Man dies in road accident

first_imgTwitter Advertisement WhatsApp Email Previous articleCaution advsed by CouncilNext articleMcGahan commits to Munster for a further two years admin NewsLocal NewsMan dies in road accidentBy admin – November 30, 2009 672 center_img Linkedin A MAN has died in a road traffic crash in Co Kerry this morning. The 19 year old, who has been named as Mark Flaherty from Glin, was pronounced dead at the scene. It is understood he was the only occupant of the car.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The collision occurred at Dunard Upper on the Tarbert to Ballylongford Road at around 5.40am.Gardai want anyone who may have been in the area at the time of the crash to contact them on 086 50820. Print Facebooklast_img

Virat Kohli common in Warner & Williamson’s list of best batsmen

first_imgSydney: With the world coming to a standstill due to the coronavirus outbreak, sportspersons have been taking to social media to interact with each other as well as fans as sporting events across the globe have either been cancelled or suspended.In an Instagram live session, Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner asked teammate Kane Williamson who he thinks is the best batsman in the world at the moment and while Williamson said it was difficult to name one, he picked India skipper Virat Kohli and South Africa great AB de Villiers.”It’s very hard to pinpoint one. Someone like AB — I know he only plays franchise cricket now, but in terms of gifted players, he is right up there. And a top guy as well. He’s one of the special players of our time. But (there are) so many quality players,” Williamson pointed.”Kohli, in all formats, has a real hunger to dominate. He is so good to watch and play against, and to learn as well. He has set the bar so high.”Warner on his part picked three. “I would have you, Smithy (Steve Smith) and Virat to bat for my life,” he said.Warner also asked Williamson to explain the emotions that came with the loss in the 2019 World Cup final and the Kiwi skipper said: “That was a very emotional time. But it was kind of hard to be emotional right at that point in time. You were still very much looking at the next task at that time despite the ‘n’ number of things outside of your control.”It can happen in any cricket game, but just that in this context, it was a World Cup game. After the game, it was quite difficult to make sense of it. I think the thing we could reflect and be proud of was the cricket we played.” IANSAlso Read: No clarity now, but optimistic at some stage we will have IPL: Virat KohliAlso Watch: Hagrama Mohilary organizes a press-meet on Coronavirus situation and distribution of Rationslast_img read more