Watch: David Warner’s kind gesture towards Josh Hazlewood is winning hearts

first_imgAustralia set a daunting target of 359 runs of England to win the 3rd Test match and prevent them from retaining the Ashes.However, England played brilliantly on day three and need 203 runs to win with seven wickets in hand. It was Joe Denly and Joe Root’s 126-run partnership which has put England on a dominating position in the match.And if England manages to pull this run chase, would be the second-highest in a Test match at Headingley.David Warner has been at the center of events which have led to Australia dominating the Leeds Test.Warner took four catches in England’s embarrassing capitulation on day two, after playing a valuable knock of 61 runs on day one.However, it was David Warner’s kind gesture towards his team-mate Josh Hazlewood, which caught the attention of fans across Twitter.Warner was spotted making runs to Hazlewood almost every time he was to bowl and taking his cap from him to pass it on to the umpire.Warner jogging to fetch Hazlewood’s cap to save his legs at the start of each over is my new favourite thing. #Ashes pic.twitter.com/VitnsvZr0ICat Jones (@Cricketbatcat) August 24, 2019It saved Hazlewood from walking almost 20 meters before every over which eventually helped him in restoring the energy in his bowling.This is also a perfect example of a team spirit which is on display from the visitors who have come prepared for the Ashes this time around.Warner is still on the nose with England fans, who continue to ‘boo’ the batsman each time he comes to and from the crease, but it doesn’t seem to bother him.advertisementAlso Read | Ashes 2019: Ricky Ponting optimistic about Australia’s win in third Ashes TestAlso See:last_img read more

Canadas minimum wages in 2013 is the same as it was in

Statistics Canada says the average minimum wage in 2013 was almost identical to the 1975 minimum wage, in constant dollars.The agency says the average minimum wage was $10.14 in 2013 and the 1975 wage, expressed in 2013 dollars, was $10.13.Between 1975 and 2013, however, the minimum wage in 2013 dollars, varied, slipping to $7.53 in 1986 before rising to $8.81 in 1996.Up to 2003, the real minimum wage remained stable at around $8.50.The report says 6.7 per cent of all paid employees earned the minimum wage in 2013, up from 5.0 per cent in 1997.It says young employees, less-educated employees, part-timers and people in service industries were most likely to be paid minimum wage.