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Half ticket refund for washed out West Indies 1st ODI

first_imgCRICKET West Indies (CWI) is advising spectators, who purchased tickets for the first MyTeam11 One-day International, that they can claim a 50% refund of the face value of their tickets, following the adverse weather on Thursday, August 8, when only 13 overs of cricket were possible.Fans will be able to claim their refunds from the ticket office at the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) in Bourda between 11:00hrs and 17:00hrs from Tuesday August 13 until Thursday August 15.Refunds can only be claimed for tickets purchased from official CWI ticket offices at the Guyana National Stadium, the Guyana Cricket Board office and the two retail outlets (Imran & Sons and The American Closet), against the presentation and exchange of the physical ticket/ticket stub of the August 8 West Indies v India ODI match.Fans will then need to complete a short claim form at the ticket office and present a form of identification to receive the 50% refund.The stub or whole ticket must be presented and surrendered in order to receive the refund.For tickets purchased online through CWI’s authorised ticket provider,Zoonga (via the website), the 50% refund will be processed back to the credit or debit card used for the purchase of the ticket online. These refunds will be processed starting Tuesday, August 13.Fans also have the option of swapping their ticket(s) or ticket stub towards a 50% discount for any one of the remaining matches in the ODI Series between West Indies and India at Queens Park, Trinidad.Fans who are unable to get to the ticket offices in Guyana should contact our ticketing customer service team to get further instructions, via email at . Such requests must be sent in latest by Thursday, August 15.Fans will then receive a refund claim form by email which will need to be filled in accompanied by a scan/image of their ticket(s) and an image of relevant ID to prove that they are the fans who purchased the ticket(s).Any bank or currency charges from bank wire refunds will be borne by the ticket holder.last_img read more

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Syracuse football recruiting: Monquavion Brinson becomes 8th player to leave the Class of 2016 since Dino Babers’ hiring

first_imgAdvertisementThis is placeholder textBrinson is ranked with three stars and as the 86th best cornerback in the 2016 class by’s composite rankings. The 5-foot-11, 167-pound Brinson also has offers from Louisville, Kentucky and Memphis among other schools. Brinson originally committed to the Orange on July 27.Brinson attends Mays (Georgia) High School and leaves SU without any commits from Georgia. Fellow Syracuse decommits Will Harper and Darius Stubbs are also from the Peach State.Carl Jones is now Syracuse’s only cornerback in the 2016 class. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 11, 2016 at 8:43 pm Contact Paul: | @pschweds Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: OLB/Safety Will Harper decommits due to coaching changeSyracuse football recruiting: Hybrid Darius Stubbs decommits from SUCarl Jones on commitment to Syracuse: ‘Everything just happened so fast’Syracuse football recruiting: Defensive end Brandon Ginnetti decommits from 2016 classSyracuse pulls Class of 2016 commit Sadiq Palmer’s offer because of academic issues Class of 2016 cornerback Monquavion Brinson has decommitted from Syracuse, he tweeted on Monday night.He is the eighth player to leave the Orange’s 2016 class since head coach Dino Babers’ hiring on Dec. 5. SU’s 2016 class now sits at 11 with a little more than three weeks until National Signing Day.last_img read more

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Maher says Tipp Captaincy is a learning experience

first_imgTipp’s Brendan Maher says he learned a lot from last year’s campaign as the Borrisoleigh native enters his second year as Captain of the senior hurling side. Clare have lost to both Cork and Galway in their opening games of the campaign, while Tipp have one win from two. A win today for Eamon O’Shea’s side would catapult them up towards the top of the table.  The Banner’s manager Davy Fitzgerald has made 5 changes from team that were beaten by Cork. Paul Flanagan, David McInerney, Tony Kelly, Shane Golden and Conor McGrath all come into the side. Tipp have brought Noel McGrath, Conor O’Mahony and James Woodlock into the starting fifteen. Brendan Maher will be looking to lead from the front this afternoon and he says there are things he will do differently this season. Today’s match throws-in at 2 o’clock and we’ll have full live coverage from Cusack Park here on Tipp FM in association with Nenagh Quickfit Centre, Ormond Street Nenagh and Doherty Hardware, Rosemary Square Roscrea.last_img read more

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Wellington Police Notes: Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015

first_imgWellington Police notes for Thursday, January 29, 2015•8:00 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 700 block N. C, Wellington.•10:50 a.m. Officers investigated a battery and criminal damage by a known suspect to property in the 200 block N.  A, Wellington.•3:48 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in a child custody dispute in the 100 block N. High, Wellington.•6:35 p.m. Officers investigated disorderly conduct in the 700 block N. Poplar, Wellington.last_img read more

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Terms and Conditions Turns Apples Legal Jargon Into a Graphic Novel

first_img Apple Brings Contactless Student IDs to More UniversitiesCelebrate World Emoji Day With Diverse New Characters Stay on target “Apple reserves the right to limit types of content uploaded.”“The iTunes Service is subject to Apple’s Privacy Policy.”“iCloud Music Library should not be used as backup storage for content.Good Grodd, even just typing those words from Apple’s epic poem known as the iTunes Terms of Service document is enough to make me want to take a nap. Yes, it’s important for people to understand the contracts they legally agree to, but how could anyone stand to read something so boring? Artist R. Sikoryak has the answer. Terms and Conditions turns Apple’s jargon into a comic book anyone can get into.Terms and Conditions is a 96-page satirical graphic novel that takes the entirety of Apple’s legal document and turns it into illustrated homages to other comics. Each section and subsection become its own little short story picture book starring Steve Jobs popping up in some other piece of classic sequential art. It’s like a great internet remix of bad comic strip.Ever wanted to see the Apple co-founder as Snoopy? How about Steve Jobs as Astro Boy? You’ll spot the famous turtleneck alongside Wonder Woman, Garfield, The Simpsons, and more, all while reading word balloons full of very dry and technical iTunes rules. Lots of artists and eras get shout outs. It’s like Lego Dimensions for coma-inducing corporate-speak.If you want a taste of this cartoonist’s take on legalese, you can check out R. Sikoryak’s original Terms and Conditions Tumblr blog. But the new graphic novel out this week collects and presents every strip from the “unabridged” adaptation in new, color, printed forms. So if you want to educate and entertain yourself about what it legally means to be an Apple customer, go read Terms and Conditions.last_img read more

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