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Australia v India: Hosts take control of third Test after fine bowling and fielding display

Australia v India: Hosts take control of third Test after fine bowling and fielding display

Sports
Third Test, Sydney Cricket Ground (day three)Australia 338 & 103-2: Labuschagne 47*India 244: Gill 50, Pujara 50; Cummins 4-29Australia lead by 197 runsScorecardAustralia appear on course to win the third Test against India after a sublime bowling and fielding display on day three at the Sydney Cricket Ground.India were 195-4, trailing by 143 runs, but lost their last six wickets for just 49 runs to be dismissed for 244.World number one bowler Pat Cummins claimed four wickets and the home side pulled off three superb run outs to punish sloppy running by the tourists.Australia closed on 103-2, a lead of 197 runs.Marnus Labuschange remains unbeaten on 47, while Steve Smith is 29 not out.If Australia's two best batsmen continue to build on their fine partnership so far on day four, India ...
Bowling alleys, stadiums and salons have lockdown rules eased – as mask fines doubled

Bowling alleys, stadiums and salons have lockdown rules eased – as mask fines doubled

Business
Fines of up to £3,200 for repeatedly not wearing a mask have been announced by Boris Johnson alongside eased lockdown measures for bowling alleys, casinos, skating rinks and beauty salons.The prime minister says he wants to ease lockdown rules to help people get back to work and enjoy things they have missed - but there will be tougher penalties for repeat offenders who flout the rules. The maximum fine for not wearing a mask is to be doubled from £1,600 to £3,200 and fines of up to £10,000 are planned for "senseless" people who host or organise illegal raves that put lives at risk.But at the same time, the PM says lockdown rules will be eased to allow:Bowling alleys, skating rinks and casinos to reopen for the first time as well as indoor play and soft play centresBeauty salons, tattoo st...