Sheringham beat North Runcton 2nds – Norfolk Cricket Alliance, Div 4A young NRCC 2nds visited Sheringham 1sts on Saturday and narrowly lost a rain-affected game against a more experienced team, emerging with credit.Batting first, Runcton reached 105-6 off their 25 overs, with strong contributions from opener Harvey Cross (28), captain Tom Tansley and Sam Major in the middle order.The visitors bowled well in defending the total but a 100-run partnership from Moy and Sheridan got Sheringham over the line with two overs to go.Steve Pye & Co Man of the Match: Harvey Cross.Alliance Division One: Lowestoft Town 159-7 (30 overs) 21pts beat Swaffham 139-9 (30ov: Alexander Payne 26; revised target 160 from 30.0) 4pts.Division Five: Sandringham 69-1 (10.3: James Banham no50) 19pts beat Lowestoft Tn 2nds 65-8 (20.0: Banham 3-6).Norfolk Cricket League round-up – June 8 Rain was the main winner on Saturday as most of the fixtures were wiped out.Seven fixtures with reduced overs were … [Read more...] about Cricket: Runcton gain credit in Alliance rain-affected game
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Kim Komando Special to USA TODAY Published 5:00 AM EDT May 23, 2019 Most of us have a love-hate relationship with cable. We like television. We love a handful of stations. But we don't need hundreds of useless channels, many of them boring, some of them in languages we don't understand. Month after month, we pay our cable bills, yet we use only a small fraction of what we pay for. It’s no wonder that cutting the cord seems so appealing. The idea of paying for only channels you want to watch, watching them when you want, and paying nominal monthly fees sounds great. Simple devices can help you access all this content. Tap or click here for the scoop on the best streaming boxes for getting the shows and movies you want. But like most great things in life, cutting the cord is complicated. There are so many streaming options that it’s hard to settle on only one or two. Do it wrong, and cord-cutters might end up paying more than traditional cable, which is exactly what … [Read more...] about Switching from cable to streaming may still cost a lot.
Luton Borough councillors will finally make their decision over Luton Town’s proposal for a new mixed use scheme at Newlands Park this evening. The Hatters’ planning application go before the Development Control Committee, with the meeting now underway at the Town Hall and a decision expected later this evening.Watch live coverage of the meeting here. LIVE: Luton Town to find out decision on Newlands Park Harford: Newlands Park is the biggest decision in donkey's years … [Read more...] about Live video stream of Luton Town’s Newlands Park planning decision
0 Have your say You can now watch planes landing and taking off in real time thanks to a new live webcam stream at Leeds Bradford Airport. Yeadon-based photographer Andrew Easby has set up the stream on Youtube, and it will be available from 7am until 10pm every day.RAF Tornado visits Leeds Bradford AirportIf there is enough interest, he is considering operating a 24/7 multicam feed on a dedicated website.The camera has been set up at the perimeter of the airport site and will capture aircraft arriving and departing.As well as commercial passenger planes, a large number of private jets and military aircraft also land at LBA, some of which use the Multiflight engineering and maintenance base.Unusual visitors last year included a WW2-era restored Spitfire which was forced to shelter at the airport during a storm while flying to Scotland, and one of the world's largest aircraft, a C17 transport plane.The stream has been live for three days and has already been … [Read more...] about There’s now a live webcam stream of flights from Leeds Bradford Airport
LinkedIn Live will be available to selected users in the US during the initial beta phase, while those not invited will have to apply for access. The new service will stream events like Q&A sessions, conferences, talks, award ceremonies, product launches and similar engagements. Users will be able to tune in and leave comments to the streamed events, much like during a Facebook live and other social media offering live video streaming services. Serving 600 million users worldwide, the roll-out of live video-streaming is a big step for LinkedIn and comes nearly 18 months after it originally started supporting the video format in August 2017. © Flickr/ Scott Beale / Laughing SquidMicrosoft to Buy LinkedIn For $26.2BlnAt the time, the platform announced that its new partnership with the Vimeo video platform, which allowed businesses, brands and organizations to distribute their video content … [Read more...] about Better Late Than Never: LinkedIn Live Video Streaming Finally Getting Rolled Out