Barbero apprehension came after mall’ssecurity guard found an unpaid earphone worth P140 in his shoe, the policeadded. Barbero was taken to Mandurriao policestation where he was detained. Charges will be filed against him./PN The 20-year-old Rio John Barbero wascaught around 8:20 p.m. on Nov. 27, police said. ILOILO City – Police arrested a man forshoplifting inside a mall in Barangay San Rafael, Mandurriao district.
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(REUTERS)-Dimuth Karunaratne scored a century as Sri Lanka extended their lead over Zimbabwe to 411 runs before rain and bad light ended play on the fourth day of the first Test yesterday.Sri Lanka had moved on to 247 for six when play was called off around 15 minutes ahead of the scheduled close.Karunaratne, the most experienced batsman in an injury-hampered line-up, survived an early drop to score 110 before being caught and bowled by Chris Mpofu just before tea.His 94-run partnership with Dhananjaya de Silva for the fifth wicket lifted Sri Lanka from 117-4.De Silva was the last Sri Lankan wicket to fall, caught for 64 off the bowling of debutant Carl Mumba who has taken 4-50 in the second innings. Sri Lanka are likely to declare early on the final day to give themselves time to bowl the hosts out.Zimbabwe scored 373 in their first innings and will have high hopes of surviving the day and securing a draw in their 100th test since their first against India in 1992.The African side have lost their last six Tests. SRI LANKA 1st innings 537 (U. Tharanga 110no, K. Perera 110, K. Silva 94, D. Karunaratne 56, A. Gunaratne 54; G. Cremer 4-142)Zimbabwe 1st innings 373 (G. Cremer 102no, P. Moor 79)Sri Lanka 2nd innings (Overnight: 5-0)D. Karunaratne c&b Mpofu 110K. Silva b Mumba 7K. Perera c H. Masakadza b Waller 17K. Mendis c Cremer b Mumba 19U. Tharanga c Moor b Mumba 1D. de Silva c Waller b Mumba 64A. Gunaratne not out 16D. Perera not out 1Extras (b-6 lb-5 nb-1) 12Total (for 6 wickets, 61.5 overs) 247Fall of wickets: 1-17 K. Silva,2-72 K. Perera,3-111 K. Mendis,4-117 U. Tharanga,5-211 D. Karunaratne,6-241 D. de SilvaTo bat: R. Herath, S. Lakmal, L. KumaraBowling:C. Mpofu 16 – 2 – 42 – 1, G. Cremer 14 – 0 – 67 – 0(nb-1),C. Mumba 11.5 – 2 – 50 – 4,D. Tiripano 8 – 0 – 33 – 0,M. Waller 5 – 0 – 17 – 1, S. Williams 1 – 0 – 5 – 0,H. Masakadza 6 – 1 – 22 – 0.
Related Articles GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 StumbleUpon FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Submit Share Share David Macdonald – Ladbrokes CoralIndustry-independent watchdog and standards body, The Senet Group has praised Ladbrokes (GVC Holdings) for its commitment to promoting Responsible Gambling through its marquee sponsorship of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL).Promoting safer gambling, Ladbrokes marketing confirms that the Senet Group’s ‘When the Fun Stops, Stop’ message will appear across all SPFL players’ shirts for the 2019/20 season.David Macdonald, Sponsorship and Events Manager at Ladbrokes Coral, said: “As a responsible business, we hope this innovative scheme proves our commitment to tackling problem gambling through sport, across Scotland and will encourage other operators to follow suit, for the benefit of our customers, colleagues and communities.”In addition, the Senet Group’s core message will be displayed across match-day programmes, LED boards and TV interview backdrops, with Ladbrokes marketing outlining the most comprehensive coverage for UK safer gambling initiatives.Entering 2018, Ladbrokes renewed its SPFL sponsorship until 2020, with the betting brand agreeing to invest in Scottish football projects.Gillian Wilmot – The Senet GroupBacking Ladbrokes, Senet Group Chair, Gillian Wilmot, said: “The When the Fun Stops, Stop campaign has proven its ability to connect meaningfully with players and to help tackle problem gambling. Since its launch in 2015, the campaign has reached an estimated 82% of regular UK gamblers, with 33%, or an indicative 5 million adults confirming that it has helped them gamble more responsibly.“The decision by Ladbrokes and the SPFL to use our campaign materials is a great endorsement of the work we do to engage with players through positive and engaging messaging, which drives reflection and behaviour change.”
Arsenal hero Nigel Winterburn has told talkSPORT Thomas Vermaelen is likely to join Manchester United this summer.The Belgian defender, who was out of favour at the Emirates last season, has been on Louis van Gaal’s radar all summer as he looks to bolster his backline.The loss of Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra has left the Red Devils looking light in defence and Vermaelen would fit the bill as a replacement.A deal worth £10million has been mooted in recent weeks, despite the rivalry between the two clubs, and Winterburn reckons the transfer will in the end be completed.“We like selling our players to Manchester United don’t we,” he told The Sports Bar.“If Manchester United make the best offer and, that’s where Thomas Vermaelen wants to go, then I believe he will end up there.“I don’t think Arsene Wenger wants to, but he has a lot of respect for the player who has been there for a little while.“He would love to sell him abroad if he did go but it wouldn’t surprise me if he ends up at Man United.“Selling to his rivals doesn’t seem to bother Wenger that much. He wants to keep that player happy because he’s served the football club and hasn’t caused him any problems.But Winterburn feels losing Vermaelen wouldn’t be much of a blow considering his drop in form over the last couple of seasons.“Thomas has lost his way at Arsenal,” he added. “He needs to move to get back to the level he was at when he first came to the football club.”
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin Liverpool target Mattia Perin is unlikely to leave Genoa before the end of the season, according to the player’s agent.The goalkeeper has been linked with a switch to Anfield after a series of stunning displays, although Matteo Roggi says he has not had any contact from Liverpool.And he says Perin, 21, wants to stay at Genoa until the end of the season unless an ‘undeniably good’ offer arrives in the winter transfer window.“I think it’s normal that when you do well, big teams tend to be interested. But at the moment I haven’t heard anything from Liverpool so I think it’s only a rumour for now,” Roggi told calciomercato.it.“Mattia is one of Genoa’s finest pieces, but logic leads me to state that he will stay there until the end of the season.“He needs to in order to keep growing at what he feels like his home. And that’s what he thinks too.“Obviously in football, you can never say never because if in January somebody came with an undeniably good offer, then he would leave.” 1