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Governor Wolf Appoints Obra Kernodle to Gaming Control Board

first_imgGovernor Wolf Appoints Obra Kernodle to Gaming Control Board November 27, 2017 Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf announced today that Obra Kernodle has been appointed to the Gaming Control Board. Obra most recently served as Deputy Chief of Staff in the Governor’s Office.“Obra has been an important voice in my administration for improving the lives of all Pennsylvanians and I know he will bring the same dedication and commitment to the Gaming Control Board,” Governor Wolf said.Most recently, before his appointment as a member of Governor Wolf’s senior staff, Obra was a senior advisor for Governor-elect Tom Wolf’s transition team.Prior to joining the Wolf for Governor Campaign, Obra worked in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s Administration as Deputy of Legislative Affairs, helping to coordinate the city’s Actual Value Initiative. In 2012, Obra was part of President Obama’s reelection effort as the Pennsylvania Southeast Political Director. Obra currently sits on the boards of Visit Philly and Welcome America.Born and raised in Philadelphia, Kernodle is a graduate of Roman Catholic High School. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Education from Florida A&M University in 2002.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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RCB come up short as Mumbai deny AB de Villiers

first_imgAB de Villiers and Virat Kohli joined the Indian Premier League (IPL) party yesterday but it was not enough to steer Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to victory over Mumbai Indians.After failing in the opening loss to Chennai Super Kings, both men found their form in Bangalore as RCB looked set to claim their first win.However, the hosts fell agonisingly short as Jasprit Bumrah (3-20) and Lasith Malinga (0-47) bowled superbly at the death to earn Mumbai a six-run triumph.Mumbai set a challenging target after they were put in, captain Rohit Sharma leading the way with some trademark hitting but falling two short of a half-century.Hardik Pandya, Yuvraj Singh and Quinton de Kock all followed their captain’s lead as Mumbai reached 187-8 from their 20 overs, only the control of Yuzvendra Chahal (4-38) keeping them in check.Chahal’s work with the ball seemed to have been enough as Kohli – who reached 5 000 IPL runs as he made 46 – and de Villiers led the run chase, the pair sharing 49 for the third wicket.de Villiers was given a life by Yuvraj early on and he quickly took advantage, upping the pace, following Kohli’s departure to finish unbeaten on 70. However it left RCB just short.Bumrah bowled a penultimate over that only went for five to leave RCB needing 17 to win, and Malinga – playing his first IPL match since May 2017 – ensured they would not reach it as the hosts finished 181-5.BANGALORE’S BRILLIANCE ON THE BOUNDARYMumbai’s big-hitters delivered some devastating blows to the RCB bowlers but in the end they were all snared on the boundary by some superb fielding.Rohit and Yuvraj cleared the ropes four times between them but ultimately they perished before being able to inflict serious damage as Mohammed Siraj took two fine catches.The dangerous Kieron Pollard went before clicking into gear as West Indies compatriot Shimron Hetmyer clung on at deep extra cover.Hardik could not be stopped, though, with three huge maximums, including one that flew out of the ground.YUVRAJ’S RELIEFMumbai’s win could have been less stressful had Yuvraj sent de Villiers packing on his first ball.Buoyed from removing Parthiv Patel, Mayank Markande pushed through his next delivery and it brought an edge from de Villiers, but Yuvraj spilled the chance at first slip.Luckily for the veteran it did not prove costly as Mumbai earned their first win.last_img read more

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