Craig Young took five wickets as Ireland eased to a comfortable victory over Scotland in the first one-day international in Dublin. The Scots got off to a disappointing start as they lost Matty Cross for just nine runs after he edged Max Sorensen’s delivery to wicketkeeper Stuart Poynter. Young then made his introduction as he removed Calum MacLeod (25) and Hamish Gardiner (10) in quick succession. The Derry bowler took his third when he clean bowled Preston Mommsen (10) to leave the Scots in trouble at 62 for four. Michael Leask offered some resistance with a half-century but when he and Safyaan Sharif (18) also fell to Young, Scotland’s hopes of posting a more challenging tally were over. The Irish got off to a steady start in reply and took their time building their response. They had scored just 11 runs when Iain Wardlaw removed John Anderson lbw, but the hosts soon stepped things up. The 39-run partnership between Andrew Balbirnie (38) and Andrew Poynter (16) put them in control before the latter was caught by Cross with Ireland just shy of the 50-mark. But that only marked O’Brien’s arrival and his 56 not out was the catalyst for victory, with the Surrey batsman scoring two runs at the end to confirm the win with 13 overs remaining. The teams meet again on Wednesday before Friday’s final ODI. Press Association The 24-year-old medium-pacer helped limit the tourists at The Village in Malahide to 172 runs with figures of five for 46 on their way to being bowled out with nine overs remaining. Ireland comfortably beat that total when Kevin O’Brien’s unbeaten half-century saw them home with with plenty to spare as they finished on 173 for three to secure a seven-wicket win.
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This letter confirms that the Commissioner of Competition does not intend to challenge the proposed acquisition by Pembina of Kinder Morgan Canada’s outstanding common equity, by way of a statutory arrangement under the Business Corporations Act. Calgary-based Pembina Pipeline Corporation is a transportation and midstream service provider that has been serving North America’s energy industry for 65 years. Pembina owns an integrated system of pipelines that transport various hydrocarbon liquids and natural gas products produced primarily in western Canada.Advertisement The receipt of the ‘no-action letter’ satisfies the last material regulatory condition necessary for the completion of the Arrangement. The Arrangement is now expected to close in December 2019, subject to the approval of the Arrangement by the holders of Kinder Morgan. – Advertisement -A special meeting is to be held on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 for Canada’s restricted voting shares and special voting shares. The receipt of the final order of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta is scheduled for the same date, the concurrent completion of the sale of the U.S.-regulated Cochin pipeline system from Kinder Morgan, Inc. to Pembina. CALGARY, AB – Pembina Pipeline Corporation announced that it and Kinder Morgan Canada Limited have received a ‘no-action letter’ from the Canadian Competition Bureau. Further information regarding the Arrangement is provided in the management information circular and a proxy statement of Kinder Morgan Canada dated November 4, 2019.