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Bal·lance

(bal'ăns),
Charles A., English surgeon, 1856-1936. See: Ballance sign, Koerte-Ballance operation.
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However the hosts batted with great caution, especially Ballance and Kohler-Cadmore, who finished with 111 off 212 balls and 77 not out off 180.
Ballance and Fraine steadied the ship but, aided by swing and seam, things happened quickly for the Bears midway through the afternoon as the hosts lost five wickets for eight runs in 10.1 overs.
Ballance fell to Patel but Willey and Steve Patterson then shared a 60-run stand before Willey was bowled by Miles.
Ballance, particularly in recent years, has always been a consistently high performer.
Kohler-Cadmore looked the more confident batsman early on and played the lead role, only for Ballance, who hit 13 fours in 143 balls, to catch him up during the afternoon session and move to the cusp of a fifth hundred in as many Division One matches dating back to the final game of last season.
Ballance hit a career-best 156 off 133 balls, his third century in three innings having raised his bat in recent Specsavers County Championship matches against Nottinghamshire and Hampshire.
I'm here and hopefully, enjoy a few Twenty20 games and look to the next season," said Ballance, who lost his place in the England Test team after the home series against South Africa in 2017.
Jack Leaning played on to Grant Elliott but Ballance completed a superb half-century from 37 balls, including two sixes, both 'touched over the bar' by fielders.
Ballance,an Illinois native, said, "I am excited to start a new chapter with another iHeartMedia market, and one with such iconic brands."
A statement from the ECB read: "Gary Ballance has been ruled out of the third Investec Test against South Africa at the Kia Oval starting July 27 after fracturing his left index finger.
Nottingham [UK], July 19 ( ANI ): Left-handed England batsman Gary Ballance has been ruled out of the third Test of the ongoing four-match series against South Africa after fracturing his left index finger.
Ballance, above, was hit on the left index finger by Morne Morkel in the second innings of England's defeat against South Africa at Trent Bridge.