Ryanair, Europe’s leading airline, has announced new routes from Zadar to Hamburg, Cologne and Nuremberg, twice a week since April. Along with the latest Prague route, the new lines are part of Ryanair’s Summer Schedule for Zadar 2019, which will be announced soon. Ryanair will soon unveil the full Summer Flight Schedule for Zadar 2019, and to celebrate the new routes to Germany, Ryanair has launched seat sales with a 30-euro discount on return flights for travel until March 2019.”Ryanair is pleased to announce three new routes from Zadar to Hamburg, Cologne and Nuremberg. Flights depart in April and will take place twice a week as part of our Summer Schedule for 2019. Our customers in Croatia can already book tickets to these three new airports, until October 2019. Our full flight schedule will follow. ” said Ryanair’s executive director of sales and marketing, Ivana Hanjs, adding that they had put a million seats on sale with a 30-euro discount on return flights for travel until March 2019.
SOUTH Africa claimed three early wickets after hundreds from Dean Elgar and Hashim Amla put them in control against Bangladesh.Dean Elgar agonisingly missed out on a double century but hundreds from the opener and Hashim Amla placed South Africa in a commanding position on day two of the first Test against Bangladesh in Potchefstroom.The Proteas maintained the dominance that saw them end the opening day at 298-1, with Amla scoring his 27th Test hundred to move level with Graeme Smith – Jacques Kallis is the only South African to have notched more at 45.Amla became the victim of the 70 000th wicket in Test history when he holed out off Shaiful Islam (1-74) in the first over after lunch, his formidable partnership with Elgar ending after 215 runs.The run rate slowed with the entrance of Temba Bavuma (31) and Elgar’s concentration appeared to dip before he ballooned Mustafizur Rahman (1-98) to midwicket on 199, clearly dejected as he made way back.Faf du Plessis (26) provided a shot of energy before South Africa declared on 496-3, with Bangladesh losing opening duo Liton Das (25) and Imrul Kayes (7). They reached stumps at 127-3 with plenty of work to do.The runs flowed freely in the first session, with Elgar passing his previous best of 140 when he clipped Shaiful through midwicket to move onto 144 with a boundary, and he launched Mehedi Hasan for six over mid-on to continue his progress.Amla stole two runs to bring up his ton and his union with Elgar was worth 215 when the teams went in for lunch, but Bangladesh soon made the breakthrough.With just the third ball of the second session Shaiful tempted Amla with a wide delivery that ended up in the arms of Mehedi, and Bavuma was unable to keep up the impressive pace.He focused on rotating the strike to assist Elgar, who suffered a scare when an attempt to crunch a shot over the leg side turned into an edge into space behind for three runs.There was no let-off on the 30-year-old’s next mistake, though. He lobbed an attempted pull shot up for a routine Mominul Haque catch and received a series of consolation pats on the back from Bangladesh players as he walked back to the pavilion.du Plessis found the boundary from the first two deliveries he faced and he repeated the trick before the Proteas declared at tea.A short delivery from Kagiso Rabada (1-23) accounted for Imrul as Bangladesh suffered a setback in just the sixth over, while an outside edge off Morne Morkel (1-34) from Liton was taken at slip by Amla to leave the tourists at 36-2.Elgar was unable to match his quality with the bat in the field as he put down Mushfiqur on six and 15, the second going for a boundary after glancing off wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock’s glove.Both those drops were off Keshav Maharaj (1-38) but he soon accounted for Mushfiqur, and Tamim Iqbal (22) closed the day’s play with a thunderous six over the long-on boundary.He will resume alongside Mominul (28) when the Tigers seek to make inroads into South Africa’s imposing total. (Sportsmax)
Dede Ayew put in a tireless performance at Anfield but it was not enough to see his Swansea side go down to in-form Liverpool 1-0.Ayew started on the left flank and provided the much needed cover for left back Neil Taylor as they held their own against the rampaging duo of Nathaniel Clyne and Jordan Ibe.The Black Stars vice-captain was caught up on defensive duties for majority of the game as his side were pinned back in their own half due to Liverpool’s now famous gegenpressing game.Garry Monk’s side failed to create any clear cut chance on the day as Swansea’s 12 games winless streak continued.It was all joy for Jurgen Klopp who claimed a first Premier League win at to climb to sixth.Liverpool took the lead on 62 minutes when James Milner scored from the penalty spot after Neil Taylor was adjudged to have handballed in the box after attempting to defend a Jordan Ibe cross. Ayew will be hoping for better luck when the winner of BBC player of the year is named.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports