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LUZIA by Cirque du SoleilDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 24 Willie Mays Plaza San Francisco, CA 94107
Découvrez LUZIA et laissez-vous porter, comme dans un rêve éveillé, au cœur d'un Mexique imaginaire. Plongez dans un monde de lumière où la pluie danse et vous cajole – un lieu où tous vos sens sont en éveil.
Discover LUZIA, where a waking dream transports you to an imaginary Mexico. Experience a wondrous world that inspires you to explore your senses, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain.
Descubran LUZIA, un sueño que los transportará a un México imaginario. Disfruten de un mundo maravilloso que los inspirará a explorar sus sentidos, rodeados de luz y nutridos por la lluvia.
District is a wine bar and lounge located in the SOMA/South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. We are 1 block from ATT Park and the 4th Street Cal Train station.
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Club X is a 18+ nightclub located in San Francisco, operating every Friday night. We spin EDM and Top 40 on our two dance floors.
Women: Classy outfits are encouraged; dress to impress.
Men: We do not allow hats, shorts, jerseys or flip-flops. Nice jeans with a collared shirt are both encouraged,
*Admission requires a valid, hard-copy government ID.
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MasqueroticaDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 525 Harrison St (Between Essex and 1st) San Francisco, CA 94103
Few parties come along even in our great city with so many awesome offerings under one roof on one night. Live music and DJ's, straight and gay, sexy and silly, vanilla and benignly edgy. Those looking for something spectacular, fun and outside the norm need look no further. The Bay Area's finest come together in costume, music, dance and spectacle to bask in amazing decor & eclectic entertainment from the Co-Creators of Sea Of Dreams NYE, HowWeird St Fair, Opulent Temple & SF Lovevolution.
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Steyn to Stirling, 1 run, stays short of a length again, but this time the third man has moved squarer and keeps them down to one
Steyn to Stirling, FOUR, another similar boundary. Short of a length again, and this time he opens the face on the on-the-up drive to beat cover on the other side
"Hitting leg full or just half??" MrGarreth, full
Steyn to Stirling, FOUR, short of a length, outside off, gets some room as this moves away, and punched away past cover for four
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End of over 2 (2 runs) Ireland 7/0 (405 runs required from 48 overs, RR: 3.50, RRR: 8.43)
WTS Porterfield 7 (10b 1x4 0x6)
PR Stirling 0 (2b 0x4 0x6)
KJ Abbott 1-0-2-0
DW Steyn 1-0-5-0
Abbott to Porterfield, no run, looks to pull but this is not short enough, and is beaten. This is the shot of a man chasing 400
Abbott to Porterfield, no run, short of a length, outside off, punched to cover
Abbott to Porterfield, no run, worked away off the pads, but finds square leg
Abbott to Porterfield, no run, big lbw shout as this swings back from middle and leg and beats him to hit him in front. Not given by Steve Davis. Two questions here. Where does it pitch? What is it hitting? Pitched within, says Hawkeye. Hitting leg, says Hawkeye. South Africa don't review, though
Abbott to Porterfield, no run, on a length, outside off, holds its line, left alone
Abbott to Porterfield, 2 runs, drives a length ball on the up, but Rossouw has misfielded at cover
Kyle Abbott to bowl now
End of over 1 (5 runs) Ireland 5/0 (407 runs required from 49 overs, RR: 5.00, RRR: 8.30)
PR Stirling 0 (2b 0x4 0x6)
WTS Porterfield 5 (4b 1x4 0x6)
DW Steyn 1-0-5-0
Steyn to Stirling, no run, nice outswinger again, Stirling stays in the crease to defend
Steyn to Stirling, no run, perfect outswinger, around off, dipping, shaping away, defended to cover
Steyn to Porterfield, 1 run, length ball outside off, runs it down to third man for one
Steyn to Porterfield, FOUR, wide length ball, shapes back in, but not enough to threaten him, and he has driven it on the up, between mid-off and cover. All along the ground
Steyn to Porterfield, no run, gets closer to off, shaping back in, defended to mid-off
Steyn to Porterfield, no run, outswinger, just a little bit of movement, outside off, left alone
Did you know Paul Stirling, the opener here, is a quizzing genius?
Welcome back. After South Africa have posted a second successive 400 - the first team to do so - don't think Ireland are going to win this, but they need to make sure they bat all the 50 overs and lose as little on net run rate as possible because we are expecting a three-way tie between them, West Indies and Pakistan for the last two spots
"I have to agree ENTIRELY with Arun. Best game so far! ? NZ v Aus!!! As Shaun pollock said... fielders becone spectators while spectators brcone the fielders. almost no point having a fielding team (certainly bowlers will die out)... get a bowling machine at each end and see which set of batsmen can hit most boundaries after 300 balls. " Luke, I agree with you in spirit but Afghanistan v Scotland was the best game for me
End of over 50 (24 runs) South Africa 411/4
DA Miller 46 (23b 4x4 2x6)
RR Rossouw 61 (30b 6x4 3x6)
KJ O'Brien 7-0-95-1
MC Sorensen 6-0-76-0
6.06pm Another manic innings by South Africa. From the moment Ireland dropped Amla and du Plessis they were setting themselves up for some punishment. They didn't have express pace, and there is only so much you can do with your spirit if you drop two big batsmen early on. At one time both Amla and du Plessis looked like they could score double-centuries, but they didn't last long enough. ABD fell early today - 24 off 9 - but Rossouw and Miller made sure South Africa went past 400. They added 110 runs in 8.3 overs together. Without any fuss South Africa added 230 in the last 20 overs. Join us for the chase soon
KJ O'Brien to Miller, FOUR, length again, he looks to slog it, gets an inside edge between the stumps and the keeper, and KOB lets out a yelp of frustration, but he shouldn't be bowling length in the first place
KJ O'Brien to Rossouw, 1 run, finally a ball they can't get under. Full and wide outside off, dug out for a single to long-off
Arun Krishnan: "This is getting so boring. A SIX is supposed to be a rare event. I think of it like a hole-in-one in golf. If golf clubs suddenly made it so that any ball landing on the green eventually made its way down a "funnel" shaped green into the hole, the number of hole-in-one's would increase tremendously. People might be happy initially but am sure would soon tire of it. The administrators are killing the game. If any tom, dick, harry, javed, anwar, ravi, kumar can hit a six, there really is no charm. "
KJ O'Brien to Rossouw, FOUR, gives him the charge, O'Brien goes wide, Rossouw throws his bat at it, gets an outside edge that beats short third man
KJ O'Brien to Rossouw, SIX, there is the 400. O'Brien bowls full without bowling a yorker, and he has lofted this over midwicket to make South Africa the first team to post 400 in back-to-back ODIs
KJ O'Brien to Miller, 3 runs, wide length ball, you can't bowl those even though the three conceded here are off an underside edge past the keeper
KJ O'Brien to Miller, SIX, that's death wish. Gentle pace, half-volley. Miller gets under it and slogs it over midwicket for a six. Superb running catch in the crowd by a bloke in pink
13 to get off the last over to post back-to-back 400s. KOB to bowl
Himanish: "McBrine has conceded 4 boundaries in 60 balls and yet gone for 63. Speaks volumes about how the Proteas have churned out singles and doubles at Australia's big grounds. Brilliant batting!"
End of over 49 (16 runs) South Africa 387/4 (RR: 7.89)
RR Rossouw 50 (27b 5x4 2x6)
DA Miller 33 (20b 3x4 1x6)
MC Sorensen 6-0-76-0
AR McBrine 10-0-63-2
Sorensen to Rossouw, 2 runs, low full toss, nearly a yorker, mis-hit between long-on and long-off. Gives him time to come back for the second. Brings up a fifty off 27 balls. He is cementing his place in the side for the time Duminy comes back. Behardien might have to make way
Sorensen to Rossouw, (no ball) FOUR, high full toss. That's clearly a no-ball. A beamer. and he has incredibly hit it over extra cover for four. Just a flat-bat over the fielder
Sorensen to Rossouw, no run, Rossouw tries the sweep too, but he has bowled the slower ball and outdone him completely. Toe-ended back to the bowler
ben: "pretty good death bowling to keep this partnership at 10 an over :)"
Sorensen to Miller, 1 bye, slower ball, highish fullie, he tries to sweep it and misses. Wilson concedes a bye as this dips
Sorensen to Miller, FOUR, oh you don't bowl that to Miller. Full without being a yorker and wide outside off. Drilled away to deep cover for four
Sorensen to Miller, FOUR, makes room, Sorensen follows him, bowls full, but not quite a yorker, and Miller slugs this past midwicket for four
Sorensen to Miller, no run, yorker, perfect dipping yorker, dug out back to him
End of over 48 (11 runs) South Africa 371/4 (RR: 7.72)
RR Rossouw 44 (24b 4x4 2x6)
DA Miller 25 (16b 1x4 1x6)
AR McBrine 10-0-63-2
MC Sorensen 5-0-61-0
McBrine to Rossouw, no run, full toss on the pads but he has reverse-swept this straight to point
McBrine to Rossouw, FOUR, well bowled, followsing him a she moves away from the stumps, but he has gone a touch too leg side and Rossouw gets an underside edge to send this fine of short fine leg
Commentator: Sidharth Monga
Scorer: Sanjay Murari
Match Point: Ireland v South Africa innings break
Average score in the last 10 overs for teams batting first in the 2015 World Cups.
MATCH CENTRE Royal Stag
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South Park Play Area Distance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis 64 South Park Avenue San Francisco, CA 94107