In fact, the coming months in England are indeed extraordinary for cricket lovers across the world as after the completion of Test series against the Caribbean;s, the English cricketers will start another series against Pakistan and Ireland as well.Pakistan team has already arrived in the United Kingdom (UK), and the players have started their preparation ahead of the Test and T20I series. Currently, they are undergoing a 14 day isolation period in Worcester.
The five members are scheduled to join the team in the United Kingdom, which is currently training at Worcester for the upcoming three match Test and as many T20I game series in England.The first Test match between England and Pakistan which will be played at the iconic Old Trafford ground in Manchester from August 5 onwards.
All of the players who arrived in Worcester yesterday have had tested negative for COVID 19. Due to the negative results of the test, six players were allowed to practice," Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) tweeted. On Tuesday, all these six players were tested negative for coronavirus for the second time in three days in Pakistan. The PCB had initially planned to send a squad of 29 players to England, but ten players tested positive for coronavirus last week. On Saturday, Wasim Khan, the PCB chief executive, announced that six of those ten players returned negative when they were tested for the second time.Both England and Pakistan are slated to play three Tests and three T20Is in a bio secure bubble, commencing from July 30. Pakistan had last played Test cricket in February this year against Bangladesh. They were scheduled to play the second Test later in April, but the match was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The flight will land in Manchester and the members will then be tested for COVID 19 infection in Worcestershire. The squad, thereafter, will undergo a 14 day mandatory quarantine period.
Theo, a kitty from Redditch, Worcestershire in England, was named Cat of the Year at an awards ceremony Friday for heroically keeping his owner awake after she suffered a potentially fatal blood clot.Theo's owner, Charlotte Dixon, told Sky News that the 8 year old cat kept her awake by relentlessly batting at her before she finally decided to call an ambulance.
An estate agent who stabbed his wife to death after she taunted him for having a 'small penis' has been jailed for life.David Clark, 49, will spend at least 15 years behind bars for murdering his wife of 10 years, Melanie, at their home in Worcestershire on New Year's Eve.
Crew members on a recent flight are being credited with saving a French bulldog;s life after it began having trouble breathing during a trip from Florida to Worcester, Mass.Michele and Steven Burt were returning from Orlando with their three dogs when Darcy, the French bulldog, began pushing her head against the mesh part of her carrier. Thinking she was warm, the owners let her poke her face out of the carrier. That 's when they noticed something was wrong.
The actor, who plays Jon Snow on the HBO hit series, is joining local charity Longlands to raise funds for a new building project.According to Worcester News, the cause is one that is near to Harington's heart.
Laura Birbeck, 27, from Worcester, used to work for the airline and was based at Heathrow Airport, travelling around the world and sharing snaps on social media of her in her uniform. However her social media posts these days are now far more risque
But one woman has taken things a step in the opposite direction.Laura Birbeck, from Worcester, West Mids, was already travelling the world as an air hostess for British Airways, posting snaps on social media of her adventures. Jealous?
WORCESTER An Auburn couple who had more than 60 dogs and cats removed from their home in February have been arraigned on animal cruelty charges.Richard M. Anger, 70, and Jean Anger, 67, of 4 Buron Terrace, were arraigned this week in Central District Court on 61 counts of cruelty to an animal by a custodian. Judge Michael G. Allard Madaus continued their cases to #xa0;May 21.
Usually, if they apos;re being particularly vile, they apos;ll have no information about themselves in order to, essentially, get away with saying whatever they want. But one sick troll has used the identity of a grandad from Worcestershire to spout racist messages.In real life, his name is Nigel Addison, a 62 year old former Labour councillor from Droitwich.
BERLIN Dutch domestic intelligence service AIVD had access to the infamous Russian hacking group Cozy Bear for at least a year starting in mid 2014, local media outlets said on Thursday.According to the reports, the Dutch government alerted the United States to Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections after Netherlands based officials watched the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and other operations by the Russians, including a 2014 State Department hack.
Thank you for Reading We hope that you continue to enjoy our free content.In this Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 photo, young trees, right, planted to restore Memorial Grove, a living World War I memorial, stand among the original trees in Green Hill Park in Worcester, Mass. The grove is among the memorials that The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission and the Pritzker Military Museum and Library are helping restore across the nation. (AP Photo Bill Sikes)
Remember how funny it was when our tax dollars paid a White House spokesman to repeatedly and brazenly lie to the American public at the behest of the president?Me neither. So why is it funny now?
TAIPEI, Taiwan #x2014; The chairman of Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn said Thursday it may spend more than $10 billion to set up manufacturing in the United States, and will announce investment plans by early August for at least three states.Terry Gou gave no new information about where Foxconn will locate a U.S. display panel factory he said in January would cost up to $7 billion to build. That announcement triggered a flurry of lobbying by state leaders hoping to attract the investment, which he said might generate as many as 50,000 jobs.
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Louise Bury, headteacher of St Joseph 's Catholic Primary School in Worcester, said it was "not that uncommon " to charge to see the Christmas nativity claiming it was to restrict numbers over health and safety concerns.Revenue will go towards learning materials, especially for parents and children who do not have English as their first language, she said.
Parents of children at St Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Worcester were asked to pay pound;1 for a ticket to watch their child perform in the nativity play this Christmas.The money will be used to pay for bilingual books to help the 136 children at the school whose mother tongue isn't English.
Coming from a small high school in upstate New York, 18 year old Joe Casassa liked the idea of a big college campus with diverse activities and, needless to say, the financial package presented him by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst also played a significant role in his decision to go there this fall as a freshman.Janira Cruz, a 22 year old senior at Worcester State University, takes classes in psychology and Spanish in the mornings, in preparation for a future working with teenagers, then rushes across the city to the University of Massachusetts Medical Center #x2019;s University Campus, where she works as a housekeeper.