CRICKET: Scorpions fall for 56

first_imgJamaica Scorpions were dismissed for 56 in their Digicel WICB Four-day Tournament cricket match at Sabina Park tonight.The Robert Samuels-coached aggregation were bowled out shortly after tea.Earlier in the low scoring match, Scorpions fast bowler Jerome Taylor claimed five for 31 to help dismiss the Hurricanes for 71 in their first innings, giving them a lead of 15.Openers Shacaya Thomas and Chadwick Walton, made one and 12, respectively, Jermaine Blackwood, two, Andre McCarthy, 13, Brandon King, six, Rovman Powell, eight, and Jerome Taylor, one.Fast bowlers Gavin Tonge, four for 16, and Jeremy Louis, four for four, were the destroyers for the visitors.The game got underway today after rain and a wet outfield forced an abandonment of Friday’s scheduled opening day.last_img

World Aviation Systems to represent Virgin Atlantic Airways

first_imgWorld Aviation Systems (WAS) has announced that it will represent Virgin Atlantic Airways as the airline’s new general sales agent in Australasia and South East Asia, effective immediately.“Following a comprehensive tender process to identify a regional GSA in Australasia and South East Asia, we are delighted to appoint World Aviation Systems as our representative, which was a natural choice for us due to the company’s extensive experience and forward thinking, can-do culture,” Virgin Atlantic Airways head of Asia Pacific David Rose said.Virgin Atlantic Airways currently operates from Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, London and beyond to the USA and the growth of travel in the Asia Pacific region continues to grow rapidly.“The growth of travel in our region makes this a particularly exciting time for us to work closely together and our industry leading representation model and expertise at World Aviation Systems will enable us to drive sales on behalf of Virgin Atlantic in the region,” World Aviation Systems group general manager James Vaile said.Gia Acitelli has been appointed by World Aviation Systems as regional general manager and brings with her 14 years of experience with Virgin Atlantic Airways as sales and marketing manager for Australia and New Zealand.“Gia is a well-known and respected figure in Australia and New Zealand in the airline and travel industry and she will play an integral role in our ongoing relationship with Virgin Atlantic Airways,” said Mr Vaile.Source = ETB News: Lana Bogunovichlast_img read more