Running man: Northampton’s Luther Burrell has been breaking open defences with pace and power all seasonBy Katie FieldWho is the man of the moment?Luther Burrell, the 25-year-old Northampton centre who is hoping to secure a place in England’s matchday squad by playing the game of his life for his club against Saracens at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday, 25 October (kick-off 3.15pm).Why is he in the spotlight?Burrell has been grabbing the headlines all season, shredding defences in the Aviva Premiership and Heineken Cup to set up tries for his team-mates. He credits Northampton’s new assistant coach Alex King with helping him hit top form, although he had already impressed the club’s coaches last spring after joining from Sale in 2012.Slick and quick: Burrell showcases some of his handling skills for England against a Consur XV in ArgentinaHe toured with England last summer but didn’t get capped and has now been promoted from the Saxons squad to the Elite squad as injury cover. Burrell spent the first three days this week training with the November Test squad before being named in a group of ten players released back to their clubs to play this weekend.It doesn’t mean he is out of the frame for a Test cap and a big performance this weekend could just make all the difference. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Luther Burell (L) of England is marked by eandro Leivas of a South American collective team during a friendly rugby match on June 2, 2013 in Montevideo. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL ROJO (Photo credit should read MIGUEL ROJO/AFP/Getty Images) What’s Burrell got to say about it?“I am absolutely chuffed to be part of the England squad, which has some of the greatest players in it. It’s something I have always dreamed of. I hope I can put a marker down in this game [v Saracens] and try to push for a starting slot.“It was fantastic to get a starting spot with Saints towards the end of last season and I built on that over the summer and have been fairly consistent throughout this campaign so far.”Will he be whooping or weeping this weekend?Saracens haven’t lost yet in the Premiership this season but Northampton have suffered just the one defeat, which came in controversial circumstances at Gloucester. The Saints haven’t lost at Franklin’s Gardens in any competition this term and should manage a narrow victory against the table-toppers. Watch Burrell and Northampton take on Saracens at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday, 25 October, kick-off 3.15pm.
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David Oren Hammond, age 78 of Batesville passed away Friday, April 3, 2020 at Decatur County Memorial Hospital.Born on August 19, 1941 in Cambridge City, Indiana he was the son of Wiley G. and Effie M. Hammond.As a graduate of Lincoln High School in Muncie he went on to serve in the United States Marine Corps. He worked for many years as a bartender in town before he retired.David enjoyed his retirement by spending time with his kids and grandkids. Whether they were fishing or playing the lottery, the time together made his day.He will be dearly missed by his daughters, Candace Hammond of Sunman, Kelli Hammond Lacy of Muncie and Abby Powell of West Palm Beach, FL; step-daughters, Teresa Amburgey of Sunman, Karen Adams of Batesville and Diane Fugate of Morris; 7 grandchildren, Isiah Fugate, Hannah Fugate, Erica Adams, Colton Adams, Jonathan McFall, Cory McFall and Elizabeth McFall; 2 great-grandchildren, Izabella John and Josiah McFall; along with his brother Philip Hammond.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his siblings, Gene, Ronnie, Betty & Doris and granddaughter, Cierra Adams.His wishes were to be cremated. There are no services at this time. You are also encouraged leave a message at www.meyersfuneralhome.com on David’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook.