77, passed away on September 6, 2017 at home with his family at his side. John was born in Jersey City and has resided in Bayonne most of his life. John proudly served his country in the U.S Army Military Police from 1957 to 1961. John retired from the Maidenform Company in Bayonne where he was a Sewing Machine Mechanic for over 30 years. Husband of Sylvia (Bermudez) Lyons. Father of Patrick M. Lyons and his wife Regina, Colleen Lyons and her significant other Ray, Cristine Lyons, and the late John E. Lyons III. Grandfather of Jessica (BPD), John, Alex, Jacob and Ciara. Great Grandfather of Merrick and Aubrey Lyons. Brother of Adele Mullins, Ronald Lyons, Susan Hernandez, Ellen Guietterez and the late James Lyons. Funeral arrangements by G. KEENEN O’BRIEN Funeral Home, 984 Avenue C.
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The 2019 World Cup culminated into a climax that could have never been predicted or even thought about. The England vs New Zealand encounter at Lords offered numerous nail-biting moments punctuated with ups and downs. At last, by the virtue of ICC’s boundary count rule, host-England had all luck going in their favour as they clinched their first World Cup title. The result of final amazed a lot many cricket supporters worldwide. With this, celebrities took to Twitter to express their discontent and raised questions over this ‘weird’ ICC regulation while former cricketers ridiculed this rule calling it ‘unfair’.Moreover, Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan came up with a hilarious analogy to describe what unfolded in the match.Writer Chetan Bhagat also mocked the ICC Boundary rule, as he tweeted-Actor Paresh Rawal slammed ICC for focussing on changing MSD’s gloves rather than doing something about the rules which go against the spirit of the game.Earlier, New Zealand skipper said, “No one lost the final. At the end of the day nothing separated us, no one lost the final, but there was a crowned winner and there it is.”The 4192nd ODI witnessed was one of the greatest clashes in the history of the One Day International Game. In 11 World Cup editions, the closest victory margin was seven runs by Australia against England in 1987 at Kolkata. Now, England, with the pain of three World Cup final losses and New Zealand, the 2015 final losers, clashed against each other.