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AFHANISTAN earned their first Test win after Rahmat Shah’s 76 and Ihsanullah Janat’s 65 helped them earn a seven-wicket victory over Ireland.Starting day four on 29-1 chasing 147 for victory, the duo’s 139-run partnership ended any hopes of an unlikely Ireland fightback in Dehradun.After hitting 98 in Afghanistan’s first innings, Shah was out for 76 just three short of the victory target.Mohammad Nabi quickly departed but the Afghans were not to be denied.‘Historic day for Afghanistan’Hashmatullah Shahidi smashed the winning boundary to trigger celebrations in the Afghanistan dressing room.“It’s a historic day for Afghanistan, for our team and our people,” said the winning captain Asghar Afghan, who made 67 in the first innings.“We have been playing for a while, we have been playing first-class cricket, so we have that composure.“The bowlers were very good, Rashid (Khan), Yamin (Ahmadzai). Now we’re going to South Africa for World Cup preparation. We will try our best to play good cricket.”Ireland ‘outplayed’ admits PorterfieldIreland were on the back foot from the opening day when they were they were bowled out for 172 at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium.Afghanistan responded with a total of 314 to secure a 144-run first-innings lead and despite Ireland’s improved second-innings total of 288, helped by Andrew Balbirnie’s 82, the Afghans were still in a strong position going into the penultimate day.Ireland captain and opener William Porterfield, who managed only nine runs in the contest, admitted that the Afghans “outplayed us”.“We had to capitalise in the first innings. If we’d done how we’d done in the second innings, it could have been a completely different game. But credit to Afghanistan.”Both Ireland and Afghanistan were playing their second-ever Test since being awarded a full member status in 2017.The Irish side’s home debut ended in a five-wicket defeat by Pakistan in a hard-fought contest last May, while Afghanistan succumbed inside two days against top-ranked India a month later in Bengaluru.Prior to the Test, Afghanistan won a Twenty20 series 3-0 at their adopted home in Dehradun before Ireland rebounded to earn a 2-2 draw in a one-day series.
…aim to promote more singing in GuyanaThe Education Ministry hosted its annual Festival of Choirs which saw the Bishops High School, South Ruimveldt Secondary School and Supply Primary School emerge as winners in their respective categories at the National Cultural Centre.The competition saw the participation of several schools from five administrative regions and Georgetown.The winning school in the Primary category sang “Song of Hope” while in the Secondary and solo categories, the schools performed “Let us Co-operate” and “My Guyana Eldorado” respectively.Coming in at second position in the Primary Category was Mahaicony Primary while Berbice Secondary copped the second spot in the Secondary category and Novar Primary and St. Roses High scooped up the third position in their respectiveWinners of the Choir festivalcategories.Acting Administrator of the Unit of Allied Arts, Lorraine Barker-King explained that the aim of the festival is to be able to reach children from all 11 educational districts and also to expose them to music.“Studies would have shown that children who are involved in music actively preform exceedingly well in their academic subjects because of the discipline and all the benefits that music attracts”.Nevertheless Barker-King underscored that the Ministry is looking for a larger audience and more participations from schools across the nation as plans are afoot for the hosting of Choir festival 2019.“Next year we will raise the bar, we will be taking it higher in terms of better music selection and so on that is why we are encouraging more schools to take part in this festival”.Further she noted that the Ministry was already placing focus on the children’s Mashramani competition since like music, it plays an integral role in the social upbringing of children.The competition involved a combined choir presentation, where students from primary and secondary schools in their region or district came together to form a choir.Each choir was required to perform a national song and a song of its own choice.