100 Indian Premier League, 2019, Match 37 0 view more view less Square Leg Delhi DEL Mid Wicket 2 (20.0) Punjab PNJ 163/7 0 1 1 Axar Patel A. Patel run out (Mayank Agarwal) Square Leg Ishant Sharma I. Sharma Delhi beat Punjab by 5 wickets Referee: Prakash Bhatt (IND) Umpires: Ulhas Gandhe (IND), Chettithody Shamshuddin (IND) and Bruce Oxenford (AUS) Mohammed Shami M. Shami 6s 0 fine Leg 3.4 Series Status: Player Of The Match: Shreyas Iyer Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 0 69 (37) Match Ended 3 1 2 3/40 (4) 9.27 commentary vs 2/23 (4) 2 0 Delhi DEL 24/1 ( P. Shaw 3.1 Overs) , Delhi batting DEL batting 4 1 covers 0 S/R Mid on 9 9.75 11 Point covers fine Leg 0 third Man 118.18 166/5 0 Point Mid off 0 Point Sandeep Lamichhane S. Lamichhane fine Leg Shikhar Dhawan S. Dhawan c Ravichandran Ashwin b Hardus Viljoen Colin Ingram C. Ingram b Mohammed Shami Square Leg Sam Curran S. Curran Mid off 1 Mid Wicket Toss: DEL elected to field Point Ravichandran Ashwin (c) R. Ashwin (c) 211.11 w All batsmen are considered right handed Delhi (19.4) 19 3 – fine Leg Square Leg Mid on All batsmen are considered right handed 2 Mid Wicket (19.4) Mid off nb 7 Kagiso Rabada K. Rabada 166/5 128/3 ( R. Pant 15.1 Overs) , 0 6 third Man (20.0) 0 85.71 1 Kagiso Rabada (DEL) K. Rabada (DEL) 7 6.66 Match Ended 20 Mid Wicket Sherfane Rutherford S. Rutherford not out 41 Super Over b Mohammed Shami 0 Indian Premier League, 2019 Murugan Ashwin M. Ashwin Harpreet Brar H. Brar Mid off 56 0 c Ravichandran Ashwin b Hardus Viljoen Mid Wicket not out 0 163/7 1 fine Leg third Man run out (Mayank Agarwal) 49 0 covers Mid on 8.66 5.25 0 4 third Man No data available! Prithvi Shaw P. Shaw run out (Mandeep Singh) Mid off o Square Leg 166/5 Punjab PNJ 58 (49) 24 0 fine Leg advertisement 155/4 ( C. Ingram 18.3 Overs) , view full scorecard fine Leg Square Leg 34 Indian Premier League, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 20:00 (Local Time) Amit Mishra A. Mishra All batsmen are considered right handed third Man Mid Wicket Mid off Mid on Mid on Fall of Wickets B All batsmen are considered right handed Mid Wicket (19.4) Mid off Rishabh Pant (wk) R. Pant (wk) c Sam Curran b Hardus Viljoen Chris Gayle (PNJ) C. Gayle (PNJ) Mid on Punjab Bowling PNJ Bowling Sandeep Lamichhane (DEL) S. Lamichhane (DEL) covers Shreyas Iyer (c) S. Iyer (c) not out Extras: 11 runs (B: 1, LB: 1, WD: 7, NB: 2, P: 0) 100 wd 156/5 ( A. Patel 18.4 Overs) , Punjab Point third Man Mid on Point covers 0 4 21 All batsmen are considered right handed covers Square Leg 0 0 1 Shreyas Iyer (DEL) S. Iyer (DEL) Hardus Viljoen H. Viljoen e/r 1 Needed a Ricky Ponting to shake Shikhar Dhawan out of his comfort zone: Sanjay ManjrekarShikhar Dhawan has hit form at the right time for Delhi Capitals with the team registering its sixth win of the season in IPL 2019 on Saturday night. 2 58 not out covers 118.36 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers 0 4s 136.58 third Man graphs 12 1 1 Scorecard 26 39 c Sam Curran b Hardus Viljoen 2 All batsmen are considered right handed 13 0 R 116/2 ( S. Dhawan 13.3 Overs) , run out (Mandeep Singh) All batsmen are considered right handed r m 5 1 Point Rohan Sen DelhiApril 21, 2019UPDATED: April 21, 2019 09:01 IST Shikhar Dhawan’s strike rate has gone up to 130 in IPL 2019 thanks to Ricky Ponting advice (Courtesy by BCCI)HIGHLIGHTSDhawan and Iyer helped DC (166/5) beat KXIP (163/7) by 5 wickets in DelhiDhawan has so far amassed 347 runs in 10 matches at an average of 38.55DC moved up a place to third in the points table with their sixth win in 10 gamesShikhar Dhawan has been among the runs for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2019 so far but the left-handed opener has significantly improved on his scoring rate over the last four matches thanks to the pep-talk he received from head coach Ricky Ponting.Dhawan had scores of 43, 51, 16, 30, 12 and 0 in the first six runs but then he played the match against Kolkata Knight Riders in which he smashed a match-winning 97 off 63 balls and hasn’t looked back since then.On Saturday, Dhawan played yet another crucial knock for Delhi Capitals as they beat Kings XI Punjab by 5 wickets at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium to move up a place to third in the points table.Dhawan scored 56 off 41 balls and forged a 92-run partnership with his captain Shreyas Iyer (58 not out) to help Delhi chase down 164 with 2 balls to spare on a tricky wicket at the Kotla.FIFTY up for @SDhawan25 pic.twitter.com/I7Io5Iii5nIndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 20, 2019Former India cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar has been really impressed with Dhawan’s new-found form and attributed his recent success to DC coach Ponting, who has helped the opener break the shackles and bat more freely now.”Needed a Ricky Ponting to shake Shikhar out of his comfort zone. Far too many coaches pander to the wishes of star players. Dhawan is a better T20 batsman now thanks to Ricky,” Manjrekar tweeted.Needed a Ricky Ponting to shake Shikhar out of his comfort zone. Far too many coaches pander to the wishes of star players. Dhawan is a better T20 batsman now thanks to Ricky.#DCvKXIPadvertisementSanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) April 20, 2019He was also happy to see Delhi Capitals finally finishing a run chase without suffering a dramatic collapse, like they did in their last match against Kings XI Punjab in Mohali earlier this month.DC had collapsed from 144 for 3 to 152-all out in 17 deliveries with Sam Curran taking a hat-trick to help KXIP defend 166 in Mohali on April 1.”Relieved to see that Delhi Capitals have finally put that banana skin in the bin,” Manjrekar tweeted.Relieved to see that Delhi Capitals have finally put that banana skin in the bin.Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) April 20, 2019Shikhar Dhawan peaking at the right time is great news not just for DC but also for Team India with the 2019 Cricket World Cup just over a month away. Dhawan has so far amassed 347 runs in 10 matches at an average of 38.55 with three half-centuries.Last week Dhawan had himself attributed DC’s success to the support staff led by Ponting and Sourav Ganguly.”The support of coaches Ponting and Ganguly has been very good. Their experience as captains helped the team. Also, the belief they instilled in players made the difference,” Dhawan had said after the win against Sunrisers Hyderabad on April 14.Delhi Capitals will now travel to Jaipur to face the Rajasthan Royals in their next game at the Sawai Mansingh stadium on April 22.Also Read | R Ashwin thought about Mankading Shikhar Dhawan. Then this happenedAlso Read | R Ashwin hopeful of finding momentum despite KXIP lose crunch match to DCAlso Read | Catch of the tournament: Ingram’s stunning effort to dismiss Gayle leaves fans in aweFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. 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More Nova Scotia students in grades 9 to 12 will have access to hands-on learning in financial literacy, career readiness and entrepreneurship this school year. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey announced an enhanced partnership between government and Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia today, Jan. 14. “The business community and education can work together to provide students with more opportunities to learn about career choices and the world of business,” said Ms. Casey. “By expanding the delivery of Junior Achievement to students in all school boards, we will stimulate their innovation, creativity, problem-solving skills, personal initiative and teamwork, and help develop our future entrepreneurs.” Partnering with local businesses and ensuring access to Junior Achievement programs in all school boards is one way government is modernizing the education system as part of Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for Education. Government is increasing funding to Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia to $125,000 for the 2015-16 school year, up from $50,000, to expand the delivery of programs that will enhance and support learning at different grade levels: — all grade 9 students in 382 classes across the province will participate in the Economics for Success program, which improves students’ ability to plan and manage their education and financial futures by helping develop employability and interpersonal effectiveness. — expand the Company Program to high school students in all school boards and increase the number of program offerings from 29 to 35. The program enhances critical-thinking, presentation and leadership skills. — double the number of Dollars with Sense programs delivered to Grade 10 students. The program increases knowledge of financial planning techniques, improves financial literacy, numeracy and personal management, and boosts self-confidence and the ability to make wise investment choices. “Our mission is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in the global economy,” said Kristin Williams, president and CEO, Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia. “We are pleased to partner with government to enhance curriculum offerings. By producing more financially literate graduates with leadership potential, we can contribute to our province’s economic prosperity.” Junior Achievement will also work to increase after-school participation in the personal development credit program offered through the department. Labour and Advanced Education announced last month that government will also provide $25,000 to Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia for the opportunity to reach more than 10,000 students across the province to deliver student assistance information, starting in Grade 9. Expanding the delivery of Junior Achievement in all school boards is part of government’s action plan that focuses on fundamental changes to renew, refocus and rebuild the education system for the first time in a generation. The action plan can be found at www.ednet.ns.ca/ . For more information on Junior Achievement, visit www.janovascotia.org.