Eastlake is hoping to collect its second trophy after beating Wests/UC in the one day final last month.”He’s another step up to what I’ve kept to in the past and he’s a yard quicker than anyone around here,” McClintock said. ”He’s been awesome for us, getting those crucial wickets when we really need it.”He does everything with the ball and chips in with the bat.”Oakley showcased his talents as a lower order hitter with a dynamic cameo for the Comets, blasting 47 from just 26 balls as they chased quick runs in their match with Queensland at Allan Border Field.The Comets needed first innings points to secure the competition for the second time in three seasons, but heavy rain which resulted in the first two days being washed out worked against them. Queensland won the toss and was never headed from there, bowling the Comets out for 143 before finishing 7 222 declared.It wasn’t the ideal ending for McClintock, who moved from Newcastle in the off season and has become a regular in the Comets line up.”Not playing for most it made it pretty tough to handle,” he said.”The game was pretty much won at the toss, the pitch was that hard to bat on.”The top four of the Douglas Cup has already been decided ahead of the final round, with Wests/UC and Eastlake to be joined in a fortnight’s time by Tuggeranong and Queanbeyan.Eastlake is hoping to collect its second trophy after beating Wests/UC in the one day final last month.In other games, Tuggeranong should be too strong for North Canberra Gungahlin, Queanbeyan will be looking to enter the finals on a winning note when it faces ANU and Weston Creek and Ginninderra round off their campaigns at Stirling Oval..
By using a relation between the energy per baryon of a Skyrme crystal and its anisotropic deformations we are able to find two equations of state for the crystal. These are combined with a Tolman Oppenheimer Volkoff equation, generalised to describe anisotropic deformations, to model neutron stars. We find that below a critical mass all deformations are isotropic and above it they are anisotropic up to a particular maximum mass and that this approach compares well with experimental observations.
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