21 Pemberton Close, Mount Nathan.NESTLED on a hill in picturesque Mount Nathan you will find Bruce and Jennifer Kingston’s sprawling property.The pair, former restaurateurs, bought the land in 2011 and built their dream home, taking full advantage of the stunning ocean views. 21 Pemberton Close, Mount Nathan.“It’s run on organic principals because there’s been no poisons or pesticides on the property for at least a decade.” 21 Pemberton Close, Mount Nathan.Rural living, relaxed lifestyle…More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:34Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Be bushfire ready00:34 Related videos 00:34Be bushfire ready00:24Dreamy Daylesford nature home 02:07Regional areas that are booming!03:18The Converted: Bedford Trucks02:33The Converted: Chicory Kiln02:46Future Homes: Fluid design What they created was a contemporary four-bedroom masterpiece with high ceilings, spacious living areas and pool.“The block was actually 10 to 15 feet deep in Lantana and we had to clear it away to get in,” Mr Kingston said.“But as soon as I saw the view I knew it was worth it. 21 Pemberton Close, Mount Nathan.“On a clear day we can see Moreton Bay to the north and Coolangatta to the south.”Mr Kingston said the property could be enjoyed as a hobby farm with more than 100 established trees including mango, avocado, banana, paw, lemon and lime. 21 Pemberton Close, Mount Nathan.“The avocado and mango trees were here originally and the rest have been added by us,” he said.“We have a background in food and this was just an interesting idea. It was never meant to be a commercial farm but probably could be if it’s managed properly.
27A Broadhurst Street, Kelvin GroveA STUNNING five-bedroom home with swimming pool and playground has sold at Kelvin Grove for more than a million dollars.Coronis Kelvin Grove agent Jordan Bain said a young family bought the property at 27A Broadhurst St for $1,435,000 late last month.He said the 974sq m block was particularly appealing to buyers.It hit the market in the new year and sold just weeks later.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“I think we had 14 groups through (in the first week), the following week we had another 10 or so,” Mr Bain said. 27A Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove“I think we had five offers in 10 days.“The majority of the (potential) buyers we got through were young families.”Mr Bain said more and more young families were looking to buy in the area, mostly because of the schools.He said buyers looking in surrounding areas closer to the city would often look in Kelvin Grove as well because it was slightly more affordable.According to the latest CoreLogic market trends data, the median sale price for a house in Kelvin Grove was $765,000 and $428,000 for a unit.
Former Tottenham and England boss Glenn Hoddle is second favourite among bookmakers for the post – behind Sherwood – and confirmed his interest in the job before the match, while Frank de Boer and Louis van Gaal continue to be mentioned as potential appointments. “Whoever takes this job is in a good position,” Sherwood said. “Andre has left the club in a good state, to be honest. There’s nothing wrong with the job he’s done. “If you look at the league table, we’re right up there. We’re also in the European competition next stage. “You can’t knock what he has done at the club, but it is just up to someone now to take it on and hopefully take it onto the next step.” If Sherwood ends up only being at the helm for a short period, whoever comes in will be thanking him for rejuvenating Adebayor. Having been cast aside by Villas-Boas, the Togo striker has scored three goals in two starts under the interim manager and was superb throughout at St Mary’s. “Listen, we all know Adebayor, we all know he’s a top player,” Sherwood said. “He doesn’t need any motivating to go and play now because he’s not played for a long time. He’s a top player and is certainly warranting his place in the team at the moment. “I’ve not said anything to him. Nothing. It’s down to him. “I’ve not had to gee him up. All I’ve said is: ‘There you go Ade, you are going to play and I want you to attack. I want the defenders to defend and the midfielders to play in midfield. Go out there, crack on and do what you do.’ It’s a simple game. “That’s how I’ve always viewed it; it’s about getting the ball to your top players in the right areas of the field. That’s what the players did with us.” The victory stops the rot at Spurs, but continues Southampton’s frustrating recent form. Saints, who took the lead through Adam Lallana and made it 2-2 through Rickie Lambert, have now gone six matches with a win – hardly the best preparation for trips to Cardiff and Everton. “It was very frustrating, we are very angry about the result,” said manager Mauricio Pochettino, who has been linked with the vacant Spurs post. “We actually dressed up as Santa Claus today and gifted them so many goals and so many chances. “We started off quite well in the first half, we got the 1-0 and we were very close to getting the 2-0 but then when we conceded the equaliser it was very hard to get back in the game, especially in the second half it was very tough.” The Portuguese was sacked less than 24 hours after last weekend’s 5-0 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool, with head of football development Sherwood handed temporary control. Sherwood’s first match at the helm resulted in a Capital One Cup exit to West Ham, but on Sunday he oversaw his first victory with an attack-minded display at Southampton. Tim Sherwood is hoping for talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy on Monday to find out whether he will stay on as Andre Villas-Boas’ successor. Emmanuel Adebayor netted either side of a Jos Hooiveld own goal as Spurs ran out 3-2 victors, resulting in bookmakers immediately shortening odds on the former midfielder being handed the reins on a permanent basis. The win will certainly not do those chances any harm and Sherwood hopes to take control of the Boxing Day clash with West Brom with a clearer idea on his future. Asked what happens next for him, Sherwood said: “Ideal for me is to have a chat with the chairman and see what’s best for the football club moving forward. “I need to know what they’re thinking moving forwards. I don’t want this job for five minutes. That’s no interest to me. “It is either are we going to move it forward or not? That’s where we are. “There are some great candidates out there for this job. It’s a massive club with history and tradition. “It is fantastic, a great honour to represent them, but it needs to be right for me and, first and foremost, right for the football club. “I need to talk to the chairman and see what he’s got planned. I’ll see him tomorrow because I’m in at the training ground. I’m sure it won’t be before that.” Press Association
An area in the Gulf of Mexico has a 70% chance of development into Tropical Storm Nestor over the next 5 days.Regardless of what this becomes, it will approach the Gulf Coast on Friday and Saturday and bring heavy rainfall to areas across the south.System in the Bay of Campeche getting more organized and the National Hurricane Center has raised the chance of development to 70% over the next 2 days. It may become a depression or storm late today. pic.twitter.com/IAphQ6MtrW— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) October 17, 2019 Northern Florida and the panhandle will be on the wetter side of the storm, so downpours are possible at times for the beginning of our weekend.
That incident was missed by the match officials but captured by television cameras, with Dembele subsequently hit with a six-match ban.Chelsea came from two goals down to ensure a share of the spoils, with Eden Hazard’s 83rd minute equaliser confirming Leicester City as Premier League champions at Tottenham’s expense.In a statement confirming the punishment, the FA referenced four separate breaches by Chelsea under rule E20 since November 2014, alongside two offences from Tottenham during the same period.Chelsea and Tottenham were also warned with regards to their future conduct following an independent regulatory commission hearing.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Football Association has fined Chelsea and Tottenham £375,000 and £225,000 respectively for failing to control their players during the 2-2 Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge on May 2.Both clubs have admitted three breaches of FA rule E20 in relation to incidents in the 45th and 87th minutes of a heated London derby.During the first confrontation, featuring numerous players from each side after a challenge between Willian and Danny Rose, Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele attempted to eye-gouge Chelsea striker Diego Costa.
The 2016 CMCL Open was the 18th in the series and was put in place to mark the 60th birthday of Otunba Olusola Adekanola, Chairman of CMCL Golf Tours Limited.Playing two-shots off the pace going to the final, Odoh birdied hole 1 and hole 3, eagle hole-5 and recorded another birdie on the 9th for 4-under par 32, going to the back nine.He however dropped shots on the 10th and 14th, parred the 11th, 12th and 13th. He recorded another birdie on the 16th and parred the closing hole for the coveted trophy.Air Assault based Ubi who shone like the stars on day-three collapsed under the pressure mounted by the duo of Odoh and Emos Korblah. He ended his final round at 3-over par 75, a score which placed him in joint second position with Ayuba Musa who closed his four-day round with 2-under par 70.Ghanaian Emos Korblah, came fourth while Najeem Sofela completed the top five in the keenly contested event.Yusuf Abdulahi won the category-One amateur event, while Remi Olukoya and Tim Ayomike from the golf section of Ikoyi club were First and Second in the amateur gross category.The winner of the Amateur category was Toriola Johnson who returned 134 over two days playing off 13-Handicap. Other winners include Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, Dare Bello, Ms Joy Ikwue, G A T Oboh, Bayo Alli, Seyi Siwoku and Jimoh Ogundare while Moses Oladimeji won the Special 60th position prize.Otunba Olusola Adekanola in his closing remark was very satisfied with the turnout and the competitive challenges put up by both the Professionals and Amateurs golfers during the one week competition.Adekanola promised to continue to support golf professionals, saying the famed Winner-Takes-All series would be added to the CMCL Tour calendar this year.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Playing like someone infused with the winning bug, Nigeria top seed; Andrew Oche Odoh proved that he was still the man to beat in the Nigeria professional golf tour when he came from behind to win his fifth CMCL Open title.To come top in the competition, Odoh grossed a four-day round of 4-under par 284, winning by four-shots over three days leading favourite Mike Ubi from Air Assault Port Harcourt.
Published on September 17, 2015 at 10:42 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org After intercepting a pass from a Drexel defender intended for goalkeeper Eve Badana, Alex Lamontagne streaked toward the goal. Badana, the only one who stood between Lamontagne and the goal, creeped up toward Lamontagne. But Lamontagne slipped the ball around Badana and ran behind her.After tapping the ball into the empty net to give Syracuse a 1-0 lead, Lamontagne dropped to her knees and pumped both fists.“I knew (the defender) was going to pass back so I just tried to get my butt back and get there,” Lamontagne said.The goal gave Syracuse a 1-0 lead — its first goal in the first half of a game since it scored three times in the opening half against Massachusetts on Aug. 21 — and was Lamontagne’s second of the season. And after Drexel scored an equalizer early in the second half, Lamontagne quickly responded with another goal. It put Syracuse (4-4-1) up for good over the Dragons (6-3) in the Orange’s 3-2 win at SU Soccer Stadium on Thursday night, as Lamontagne’s quickness was on display throughout.Nearly eight full games separated Lamontagne’s first goal of 2015, which came in the second half against Massachusetts, and her second. But only 10 minutes of game time separated that goal and her third.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith the score knotted at 1-1 in the 50th minute after Drexel’s Vanessa Kara scored in the 48th minute, Syracuse’s Jackie Firenze possessed the ball near midfield. She then lofted a pass high to Lamontagne. Again, only Badana separated Lamontagne and a go-ahead score. This time, Lamontagne simply tucked the ball past Badana and into the back of the net.Lamontagne immediately ran right of the goal, toward the flag stick, and screamed before being mauled by her teammates. On the bench, Eva Gourdeau pretended to bow down to Lamontagne. As Lamontagne ran toward the bench to accept high-fives, SU head coach Phil Wheddon set down his clipboard and congratulated her.“To get a second (goal), right now, for her is a huge confidence boost,” Wheddon said.On both goals, it was Lamontagne’s speed that allowed her to get behind Drexel’s back line and score, forward Alexis Koval said. And it was that speed that allowed Lamontagne to create a number of other scoring opportunities, even when she didn’t capitalize.With just over 23 minutes left in the first half, Lamontagne sped into the penalty box unaccounted for as Eva Gordon crossed a pass toward her, forcing Badana to dive to the ground to grab the ball. With about 36 minutes left, Lamontagne had no trouble getting around Drexel’s right back and into the box, where Lamontagne got off a shot that was blocked.“She’s got dynamic movement,” Wheddon said. “The other teams have to respect her. They have to track her. And when she pulls two defenders out … that allows other players to be open. For us, Alex is maturing as a player.”With just over a minute to play, Firenze sent a pass from Syracuse’s side of the field toward Lamontagne, who was near the goal after again getting behind the Drexel defender that was supposed to be guarding her.This time, Badana got to the ball first and grabbed it before Lamontagne could get a shot on goal. But in terms of deciding the game’s outcome, it didn’t matter. With two of SU’s three goals, Lamontagne had done her part.Said Lamontagne: “I think I just tried to stay more composed… Just trying to get open and get through those seams.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Syracuse ( 14-6, 3-4 Atlantic Coast) returned from an eight day break and played its best offensive game of the season. Behind five scorers in double digits the Orange drubbed Boston College 81-63. Tyus Battle led all scorers with 24 points while Frank Howard added 18. On the The Final Word, our three beat writers discuss Syracuse’s Wednesday night win, Matthew Moyer’s injury and the next two games to follow.Listen to The Final Word here: Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 24, 2018 at 11:13 pm
There’s been a change to the tournament format this year, with players competing in a round robin format before entering into a knock-out phase.McIlroy plays Thorbjorn Olesen at twenty past seven, Lowry meets Martin Kaymer at ten past seven and McDowell has been pitted against world number two Jason Day at twenty past three.
The crisis rocking the Ekiti State Football Association (FA) has taken a new dimension after the association boss was accused of misappropriating funds in addition to him awarding contracts to his own personal company Topworld Limited.According to some Ekiti State board members, Ayo Alabi is guilty of blackmail and intimidation, misappropriation and application of funds as well as flagrant abuse of office.In his reaction to Saharareporters Sports on the above allegations, the Ekiti State FA boss denied any crisis talks. In his words, he said: “I am not aware of any crisis in Ekiti FA. It is normal for members to have complaints. And it is also normal for it to be resolved. Therefore, I am not aware of any crisis, except you are telling me there is one now.”On the crisis, former Ekiti FA chairmen Ayodele Isaac and Taiwo Odebunmi had different opinions. Isaac said: ” I am not aware of any crisis presently. However, I won’t say, there has not been crisis. I believe it has been resolved. Yes, several FA chairmen intervened and I think we have been able to nip it in the bud. Mind you, it is normal to have crisis and I think I had my fair share of it. As well as Odebunmi and other past chairmen .”On the other hand, Odebunmi revealed that there is a crisis brewing in the association. He said:“The crisis in Ekiti FA came up because other board members felt neglected and unhappy that the chairman was not carrying them along in decision making.”“They also accused him of not holding meetings, don’t forget that Ekiti State is dry in terms of football activities. I remember that at the height of this crisis, several stakeholders in Ekiti football including ex-chairmen and some influential football people from other states were invited to wade into the crisis. And a prominent son of the state, Oba Ajakaye, the Oluyin of Iyin, Ekiti, was asked to mediate and bring peace. Therefore, we pray for a lasting peace in Ekiti football.” he added. RelatedEkiti Athletes Chase Officials Out of Stadium During ProtestDecember 5, 2018In “Athletics”Chidi Ofo Okenwa: Condolences Pour In For Late Enugu FA BossMay 6, 2020In “NFF”National Sports Festival Begins Amidst Poor PreparationDecember 6, 2018In “Articles”