Arena Hospitality Group helps Pula General Hospital

first_imgAHG donated 35 LCD TVs to the hospital to make it easier for patients to stay, donated about 100 “lunch packages” a day for the hospital’s medical staff, and made their employees available to help prepare for moving into the new hospital premises and cleaning. recent immigration to hospital wards. Due to the crisis situation caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, Arena Hospitality Group dd is making its opportunities available to help the local community and the population to overcome the difficult situation in which we all find ourselves. “Arena Hospitality Group wants to make its contribution with the desire that the extraordinary situation in which we live ends as soon as possible with the easiest possible consequences, but will also continue to monitor the situation and continue to help the community and citizens of Pula, Istria and Croatia”Point out the Management Board of Arena Hospitality Group.center_img Due to the long-standing good cooperation with the General Hospital Pula, they decided to help financially, but also by making their employees available according to their abilities.last_img read more

Hope, Rajah hit half-centuries

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – Isaiah Rajah stroked a half-century on debut while opening partner Kyle Hope extended his rich vein of form, but a clatter of wickets towards the close undermined Trinidad and Tobago Red Force’s superiority on the second day of their Regional Four-Day clash with Leeward Islands Hurricanes here yesterday.Sent in at Queen’s Park Oval, the hosts battled showers on another rain-affected day in the third round encounter to finish on 173 for four,Barbadian Hope, already with two half-centuries in four innings, banged a third with a top score of 86 while 23-year-old left-hander Rajah carved out 69.The pair put on 162 for the first wicket but once they were separated, four wickets tumbled for just 10 runs as part-time slow bowler Kieran Powell (2-16) and off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall (2-29) hurt the innings with two wickets apiece.Hope, who also scored heavily on the West Indies A tour of Sri Lanka last month, hit 10 fours in an innings requiring only 120 deliveries and lasting just under three hours.Rajah, meanwhile, faced 161 balls in a shade over three hours at the crease and counted 11 fours.The pair seemed set to carry Red Force to the close when the collapse set in suddenly.Hope was lbw to Cornwall and three overs later, Rajah followed when he was caught at the wicket off Powell, with two runs added.Captain Yannick Ottley (1) and nightwatchman Marlon Richards (0) then perished in the space of four deliveries as Hurricanes earned some of the honours.RED FORCE 1st InningsK Hope lbw b Cornwall 86I Rajah c wkp Hamilton b Powell 69Y Cariah not out 7*Y Ottley c Louis b Powell 1M Richards c Powell b Cornwall 0J Goolie not out 1Extras (w1, nb8) 9TOTAL (4 wkts, 57 overs) 173To bat: +S Katwaroo, Imran Khan, K Pierre, R Primus, S Cottrell.Fall of wickets: 1-162, 2-164, 3-170, 4-172.Bowling: Tonge 7-0-31-0, Boatswain 6-2-20-0, Cornwall 18-6-39-2, Louis 7-0-29-0, Walsh 8-0-38-0, Powell 11-6-16-2.last_img read more