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Shafiq avoided a third straight nought by getting off the mark with a cover-driven four off Finn.
Clarke is averaging 104 in Test cricket this year and scored 166 against Pakistan on his penultimate appearance in Hobart, although he made only 22 and nought against New Zealand last year.
Noughts & Crosses premiered at the LBT last night and runs until Saturday.
Providers may allow new purchases the nought per cent rate for up to three months before they are bumped into APRs which can be quite high.
I know that the DH would like to see a seamless service from nought to 19, with children of all ages getting the early intervention and the public health input they need, but I'm not sure how they think that is going to happen.
If you look at my tweets to Warney, I was always driving that car whether I got nought or 220.
We also wanted to be part of something tangible like the school programs," said Tracey Sawyer, principal and creative director of Nought Collective.
Then Nicky Peng was lbw to Fleming for nought, with captain Nick Speak following to leave Durham 100 for seven.
Paceman Tim Southee (367) removed Yasir Shah in the third over of the day, caught behind for two and just two runs later Trent Boult (269) trapped Ehsan Adil legbefore for nought, leaving Pakistan in danger of conceding a big lead.
The paceman reached the crease with scored of nought, nought, three, two and nought behind him.
David won in the nought to nine months category and the overall competition prize too.
Ravichandran Ashwin also went for nought, edging Sammy to Baugh, while Ishant Sharma's 17-run knock was brought to an end by Marlon Samuels, Baugh again pouching the chance behind the wicket.