May 11, 2021
  • 6:00 am The pattern of growth and translocation of photosynthate in a tundra moss, Polytrichum alpinum
  • 5:59 am Aspects of the biology of Antarctomysis maxima (Crustacea: Mysidacea)
  • 5:58 am Belemnite battlefields
  • 5:54 am Middle Jurassic air fall tuff in the sedimentary Latady Formation, eastern Ellsworth Land
  • 5:53 am Concentration, molecular weight distribution and neutral sugar composition of DOC in maritime Antarctic lakes of differing trophic status

first_imgNorthern Knights batsman Kane Williamson celebrates after completing his century against Cape Cobras during their Champions League Twenty20 match at Raipur on Friday. Photo: PTIRain took some sheen off Kane Williamson’s record batting display of scoring the fastest ever century in Champions League Twenty20 as New Zealand side Northern Knights defeated Cape Cobras of South Africa by 33 runs under Duckworth-Lewis method in Raipur on Friday.Opening batsman Williamson produced a sensational show as he batted through the innings with a 49-ball 101 not out, the first hundred of this edition, to guide his side to a huge total of 206 for five after being put into bat.Chasing a huge target of 207 for a win, the Cobras struggled to get going and they were 44 for two when rain arrived at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium.Rain continued and after a long wait, the umpires decided to end the Group B match and the Knights emerged victorious under the D/L method.As five overs had been completed before the rain came, the match was counted as complete and the par score under D/L method at that stage was 77.The Knights kept their winning momentum in the tournament as they had won all their three qualifying round matches.The Cobras run chase began on a disastrous note with their opening batsman Stiaan Van Zyl (0) dismissed in the first delivery of the innings bowled by Trent Boult.The other opener Hashim Amla (20) tried to keep his side on track but the asking rate kept on rising and he fell in the sixth over in his bid to accelerate the innings.advertisementRobin Peterson and Omphile Ramela were batting on 17 and four respectively when rain came in the eighth over, though the Cobras were looking down the barrel at that stage as the asking rate had risen over 12 an over.last_img read more