Jointly funded by the Australian Government, New South Wales Government and Bega Valley Shire Council, the $44 million Eden Breakwater Wharf Extension Project is progressing according to the schedule.The NSW Government reported recently that under the stage one, the installation of the scour protection is continuing well and is on track to be completed by the end of February. All of the scour protection mattresses have been fabricated with a total of 172 to be laid on the seabed.Waterway Constructions, which has been awarded contract for the stage two of the project, has already started works on the installation of marine structures. This includes preparing construction and environmental management plans required under the project’s infrastructure approvals, and bringing plant and equipment to the worksite at the Wharf.NSW also reported that for the duration of the stage two, construction vehicles travelling to and from the Breakwater Wharf will use Mitchell, Calle Calle, Chandos, Barclay, Wirriga, Museum, Imlay and Weecoon Streets, and Albert Terrace with commercial and recreational users still to have access to the Port of Eden excluding the Breakwater Wharf worksite.
“Lancashire Cricket wishes Joe all the best, and it would be appreciated if his privacy is respected during this time.”The reason for his departure was not clear. Burns has been replaced in the Lancashire squad by fellow Australian Jake Lehmann, son of former national coach Darren Lehmann.Meanwhile, the ICC Cricket World Cup is now just 9 days away and all teams are working regressively with the full fortitude to keep no box unturned. The five-time champions, Australia, will go into the competition to defend their title at the ICC World Cup beginning May 30 and Adam Zampa believes his attacking leg-spin combined with Nathan Lyon’s precise off-spin can prove to be an important weapon for the team.(With Inputs: PTI) For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Joe Burns scored 180 in his last appearance for Australia.Ashes between Australia and England is set to bgin in August. World Cup is scheduled to begin on May 30. highlights New Delhi: Joe Burns’ Ashes chances have taken a hit with the Australian batsman calling time on his stint with English county side Lancashire and heading home “for personal reasons”. The 29-year-old, who scored a career-best 180 in Australia’s last Test, against Sri Lanka in Canberra, signed as the club’s overseas player as part of his build-up to the Ashes series against England, which starts on August 1.He was due to be with them for most of the County Championship season, but made just one appearance.”Lancashire Cricket can confirm that overseas batsman Joe Burns has returned to Australia due to personal reasons, and will now not be available for the club’s 2019 campaign,” it said in a statement.
“So much hype comes from being around LeBron from other people,” Durant said. “He has so many fanboys in the media. Even the beat writers just fawn over him. I’m like, we’re playing basketball here, and it’s not even about basketball at certain points.”So I get why anyone wouldn’t want to be in that environment because it’s toxic. Especially when the attention is bullsh– attention, fluff. It’s not LeBron’s fault at all; it’s just the fact you have so many groupies in the media that love to hang on every word. Just get out of the way and let us play basketball.” Related News Durant explained that he understands why big stars haven’t signed with the Lakers and addressed some of the challenges connected to playing with James.”It depends on what kind of player you are,” Durant said. “If you’re Kyle Korver, then it makes sense. Because Kyle Korver in Atlanta was the bulk of the offense, and he’s not a No. 1 option at all, not even close. So his talents benefit more from a guy who can pass and penetrate and get him open.”If you’re a younger player like a Kawhi, trying to pair him with LeBron James doesn’t really make sense,” Durant told Bleacher Report. “Kawhi enjoys having the ball in his hands, controlling the offense, dictating the tempo with his post-ups; it’s how he plays the game. A lot of young players are developing that skill. They don’t need another guy.” LeBron James sees logic in Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant’s concerns over his usage Durant went on to say Cavaliers forward Kevin Love had to adapt his game as he played alongside James in Cleveland.”Kevin Love, he had to totally change his game to fit, to be a shooter,” Durant said. “Which, I think, he deserves way more credit for switching his game. Bosh, same way. LeBron is a player that needs to play with guys that already know how they play the game — and shooters. Like, young players that are still developing, it’s always going to be hard because he demands the ball so much, he demands control of the offense and he creates for everybody.”The Warriors forward will face off against James’ former team Wednesday as Golden State travels to Cleveland. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. ET. WATCH: LeBron James Jr. throws down first in-game dunk, drops 27 in L.A. debut Warriors star Kevin Durant weighed in on what it would be like to play with LeBron James and explained why he doesn’t believe the Lakers will land another star to accompany the four-time MVP.During a recent interview with Bleacher Report published Wednesday, Durant pointed to all of the added media attention that comes with being on a team with James and called the environment “toxic.”