You can now read more about the fundraising opportunity they offer and view a short video from BBC 2’s Working Lunch programme, which chose Give or Take as their top tip for online Christmas shopping on 27 November 2006. UK Fundraising’s Perfect Pitch Tagged with: Digital Trading 22 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. As well as Powerpoint presentations from the speakers at last months’ UK Fundraising Perfect Pitch – IT event, you can now view or download a short video and leaflet from Give or Take who exhibited at the event.Give or Take is an online shopping mall which gives shoppers a percentage of the value of their spend, and they can choose to keep it or donate it to charity.The company exhibited at UK Fundraising’s Perfect Pitch – IT on 30 November in London. Advertisement Give or Take video and leaflet added to Perfect Pitch IT pages Howard Lake | 15 December 2006 | News
PAARL, South Africa (Reuters) – A swashbuckling century from AB de Villiers secured a 104-run victory for South Africa over Bangladesh and sealed the three-match series in the second One-Day International at Boland Park yesterday.de Villiers smashed his highest ODI score of 176 from 104 balls as South Africa posted 353 for six in their 50 overs, having been asked to bat, before restricting the visitors to 249 all out in 47.5 overs in their reply.de Villiers was involved in a third-wicket partnership of 136 with Hashim Amla (85 from 92 balls) and 117 for the fourth with JP Duminy (30 from 30 balls) as he thumped 15 fours and seven sixes, making batting look easy on a slow wicket.He was eventually caught at deep midwicket by Sabbir Rahman off the bowling of Rubel Hossain having looked on course for a double ton.Bangladesh made a good start to their reply as Imrul Kayes (68 from 77 balls) and Mushfiqur Rahim (60 from 70 balls) tried to keep up with the rate, but were strangled by career-best figures from seamer Andile Phehlukwayo (four for 40) and the wily spin of Imran Tahir (three for 50).The final match of the series will be played in East London on Sunday.SOUTH AFRICA inningsH. Amla c Rahim b R. Hossain 85Q. de Kock lbw b Al Hasan 46F. du Plessis b Al Hasan 0A. de Villiers c Sa. Rahman b R. Hossain 176J. Duminy lbw b R. Hossain 30F. Behardien not out 7D. Pretorius c Kayes b R. Hossain 0A. Phehlukwayo not out 0Extras: lb-2, w-7) 9Total: (for 6 wickets, 50 overs) 353Fall of wickets: 1-90, 2-90, 3-226, 4-343, 5-353, 6-353.Bowling: Mashrafe Mortaza 10-0-82-0 (w-1), Taskin Ahmed 9-0-71-0 (w-3), Shakib Al Hasan 10-0-60-2 (w-1), Nasir Hossain 8-0-49-0, Rubel Hossain 10-0-62-4 (w-1), Sabbir Rahman 1-0-11-0, Mahmudullah 2-0-16-0 (w-1).BANGLADESH inningsTamim Iqbal lbw b Pretorius 23Imrul Kayes c de Villiers b Tahir 68Liton Das lbw b Phehlukwayo 14Mushfiqur Rahim c Duminy b Pretorius 60Shakib Al Hasan c de Kock b Tahir 5Mahmudullah b Phehlukwayo 35Sabbir Rahman c du Plessis b Tahir 17Nasir Hossain b Phehlukwayo 3Mashrafe Mortaza lbw b Phehlukwayo 0Taskin Ahmed not out 3Rubel Hossain b Paterson 8Extras: (lb-4, w-9) 13Total: (all out, 47.5 overs) 249Fall of wickets: 1-44, 2-69, 3-162, 4-171, 5-184, 6-219, 7-234, 8-234, 9-239.Bowling: K. Rabada 9-1-40-0 (w-2), D. Paterson 8.5-0-67-1 (w-1), D. Pretorius 10-0-48-2 (w-2), A. Phehlukwayo 10-1-40-4 (w-3), I. Tahir 10-0-50-3 (w-1).
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