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Perfect ways to See Niagara Falls! January 4, 2017

If you stay in or around the Toronto location, or are planning on going to Toronto whenever in the near future, you absolutely must include a browse through to Niagara Falls to your travel plan. Only a short 90 mins far from Toronto, a journey to the Autumns is definitely in order if you enjoy all-natural appeal combined with lots of excitement. With an arranged trip from a top rated tour driver, you obtain grabbed at your Toronto area hotel (or meeting area) as well as returned concerning 9 hrs later on. Below are some of the destinations that you’ll have the ability to have a look at on a fun-filled journey to the Niagara region

Niagara-on-the-Lake – On your means to the Falls themselves, you’ll be offered the chance to look into various other tourist attractions along the way, consisting of gorgeous Niagara-on-the-Lake. This historical community is loaded with magnificent design, captivating cafes as well as shops, as well as attractive yards and also blossoms. Find out why it is considered the prettiest town in Canada!

Floral Clock – Determining at 40 feet is the Floral Clock, one of the largest in the entire world. Developed back in 1950, the tick is so loud that it can be learnt through miles away! The flowers are changed out several times a year so it constantly looks various.

Skylon Tower – If you wish to get a bird’s eye sight of the Autumns and its surrounding area, take a trip as much as the top of the 775-foot Skylon Tower, which supplies a clear view of the entire Niagara location.

Watercraft Scenic tour – There’s no much better means to really experience the barking waters of the Falls after that by jumping aboard a watercraft trip. The watercraft takes you so close to the Loss that you could obtain soaked!

Clifton Hill – This center strip, which begins at the foot of Niagara Falls, suffices to keep you hectic for days. With all the dining establishments, wax museums, trips, galleries and also haunted homes, it’s not surprising that it’s additionally known as the “world renowned Street of Fun”.

Wine Tasting: The Niagara region is one of the best wine expanding areas of Ontario, Canada. You will certainly reach sample the globe well-known ice wine!

Take Niagara Falls bus tour from globerouter for as low as $59usd!

The ideal method to take a trip to the Autumns is by taking part in an organized tour, operated by Niagara Day Trip. With this cost effective excursion, you get the benefit of being owned to the Niagara location by an insightful overview, while making photo quits along the way.

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Squads April 13, 2015

England

B1s: Miles Northwood, Nathan Foy, Mark Turnham, Roy Turnham, John Garbett, Mahomed Khatri
B2s: Heindrich Swanepoel, Matt Dean, Gavin Dean, Jagdish Pata
B3s: Luke Sugg, Dan Field, Andy Powers, Dave Powers, Jo Harrison, Simon Ledwith, Dave Allen.

English player profiles here.

Australia

B1s: Chris Bertuch – Victoria, Jack Murphy – QLD, Cameron Roles, Ben Felten – NSW, Michael Zannis – SA
B2s: Stephen Fagg – ACT, Mark Haskett – SA, Lindsay Heaven, Peter Robinson & Brett Wilson – VIC
B3s: David Gauci – VIC, Nejat Haydardedeoglu – ACT, Corey Heberley, Ray Moxly, Matt McCarthy – QLD, Lawrence Anag – NSW

Australian player profiles here.

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Audio

ABC Brisbane radio interviews Peter Donovan, World Blind Cricket Council

Courtesy of the ABC Brisbane radio show Mornings with Donna Meiklejohn, we have an interview with Peter Donovan, World Blind Cricket Council.
Peter was interviewed about the current controversy over English player Nathan Foy. The interview is 8:18 long, in MP3 format, and is 4.1MB in size.

ABC radio interviews Australian Team Manager

Courtesy of the ABC radio show Evenings with Andrew Daddo, we havean interview with the Australian Team manager Graham Coulton.
Graham spoke about the sport of Blind Cricket, promoted the 1st One Day International Match at Waitara Oval on December 10th, and mentioned the venues for the other matches of the series. The interviewis 6:14 long, in MP3 format, and is 2MB in size.

The England and Wales Cricket Board

have a new page on their site reporting on the Blind Ashes series, where England Blind Team skipper Matt Dean spoke to ECBtv ahead of their Ashes trip.

Audio commentary of the matches

A live commentary of the matches was available from 9:30am each match day, and some recorded commentary is being repeated for a few days after the end of the series.
This feed is being supplied courtesy of Mark Muscat at the Australian Blind Cricket Council.

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Grandstand Reflections: Graham Coulton

ABC Grandstand had the pleasure of welcoming Australian Blind Cricket Council (ABCC) vice-president Graham Coulton into the commentary box during lunch on day two of the third Test between Australia and South Africa at the SCG.
The ABCC has played a pivotal role in the promotion of blind cricket both in Australia and overseas since its formation in 1951, helping to organise and fund the game for people with visual impairment.

Grandstand’s Jim Maxwell spoke with Coulton about the game’s history and the challenges it currently faces in terms of sponsorship and support.

Click here to download the interview.

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KEY DATES

Wednesday 3 December
Premier of ‘Blind Hero’ at Dendy, Circular Quay
Saturday 6 December
Practice Game, Australia v NSW Barker College
Monday 8 December
Welcome function for England & Australian teams
Tuesday 9 December
Practice Day, Barker College
Wednesday 10 December
England v Australia 1st ODI Waitara Oval, Waitara
Friday 12 December
England v Australia 2nd ODI The Kings School, Nth Parramatta
Sunday 14 December
England v Australia 3rd ODI Barker College
Tuesday 16 December
England v Australia 4th ODI Howell Oval, Penrith
Wednesday 17 December
Final day and presentation England v Australia 5th ODI
Bankstown Oval, Bankstown
Thursday 18 December
England v Australia 20/20, Farewell Function
Henley Park, Enfield

All games start at 10:00a.m.
Admission: Gold Coin donation

You can also download a PDF version of the Key Dates or read the full itinerary at the Itinerary page.

For more details contact katie.kelly@blindashes.com

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