WATCH: Rohit Sharma bowls fans over after historic Test triumph in Jamaica

first_imgWATCH: Rohit Sharma bowls fans over after historic Test triumph in JamaicaIndia vs West Indies 2nd Test: Rohit Sharma spotted his fans in the stands and shared some light moments with them. Rohit was not part of the playing XI in the two Test matches.advertisement Next India Today Web Desk JamaicaSeptember 3, 2019UPDATED: September 3, 2019 12:38 IST Rohit Sharma did not feature in the Playing XI in either of the two Tests. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSRohit Sharma was seen having a good time with his fans after second Test win over West IndiesRohit was not part of the playing XI in the two-match Test seriesIndia whitewashed the Test series 2-0 to go on top of World Test Championships points tableIndia wrapped up the second Test within 4 days to inflict a heavy 257-run defeat on West Indies and sweep the series 2-0 to claim the top spot of the World Test Championship table with 120 points.Rohit Sharma was not part of the playing XI in both of the two Test matches despite being seen in a superb form in the World Cup 2019 as skipper Virat Kohli opted to prefer Hanuma Vihari over the veteran Indian cricketer.However, the setback seem to have not bothered Rohit Sharma as he was seen having a good time with his fans on Day 4 of the second Test. In a video shared by BCCI on social media, Rohit Sharma was seen pulling out two of his fans who had donned a jersey with his name on the back.The ‘Hitman’ later shared some good moments with his fans and enjoyed a fun dance session with them.This is awesome from @ImRo45 when he randomly pulled out two of his loyal fans from the crowd in Jamaica #TeamIndia (@BCCI) September 2, 2019So Humble man…. He care his.. Fan… Proud to be #Rohitian..Love you #RohitSharma .. [email protected] (@chandan_264) September 3, 2019You can remove him from playing XI, but you can’t remove him from the hearts of his fans. True King.Live-love-Laugh (@14_saiteja) September 3, 2019That’s so sweet! Those two fans must have felt so good that they got a chance to just hangout with their favoriteSejal (@sejal_mokal) September 3, 2019India had won the first Test of the two-match series by 318 runs in Antigua last week and won the final Test, yet again, by a massive margin. On the course of the series whitewash, Virat Kohli also became the most successful India Test captain , with 28 victories in Test cricket, going past his predecessor MS Dhoni’s 27.advertisementJasprit Bumrah shone with the ball in the series as the paceman picked up 13 wickets in two Tests at an average of 9.23, including the only third hat-trick in the format by an Indian cricketer.Hanuma Vihari was the most impressive with the bat as he hit his maiden Test hundred and scored 32, 93 and unbeaten 53 in the rest of the three innings.Also Read | 2nd Test: India sweep series 2-0 vs West Indies to consolidate top-spot in World Test Championship tableAlso Read | Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami make India pace unit peerless in Test cricketAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow India VS West IndiesFollow Rohit SharmaFollow Virat KohliFollow Hanuma Viharilast_img read more

Crown Attorney Appointed in Halifax

first_imgRichard Deveau has been appointed a Crown attorney in the Halifax office of the Public Prosecution Service. The appointment was announced today, Jan. 2, by Martin Herschorn, director of public prosecutions. “Mr. Deveau’s criminal law expertise and his enthusiasm will be an asset to our team of Crown attorneys,” said Martin Herschorn, director of Public Prosecutions. “We are very pleased to him on board.” A native of Rogersville, N.B., Mr. Deveau graduated in 2006 from St. Thomas University in Fredericton, with a bachelor of arts in criminology and a bachelor of applied arts in criminal justice. He graduated from the Université de Moncton law school in 2010. In 2010, Mr. Deveau won the Sopinka Cup National Trial Advocacy Competition and the Sopinka Cup individual award for best closing argument. Mr. Deveau articled with the Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission and was later appointed a staff solicitor. His practice included child protection and family law, but was concentrated in criminal law. As a student, Mr. Deveau was a pro bono researcher for the Association in Defense of the Wrongfully Convicted in Toronto was and a summer intern for a Saint John law firm. He has also taught English at a Paris high school and worked with mentally disabled adults at L’ARC Inc. Mr. Deveau is a member of the Association des juristes d’expression français de la Nouvelle-Écosse and a former member of the Association des juristes d’expression française du Nouveau-Brunswick. He has also coached minor hockey.last_img read more