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This home at 22 Golden Rain Place, Stretton, sold for $845,000.This home has achieved the second highest sale price for a lowset house in Stretton in the past six months. There is a spacious lounge.Mr Chen said sales have slowed down in the area, but he said it is now at a more natural rate.“This time last year it was crazy. We had about 10 offers for every home but now it is three to four, which is healthy,” he said. The kitchen at 22 Golden Rain Place, Stretton.Place Sunnybank principal Owen Chen said the 22 Golden Rain Place home sold under the hammer for $845,000 and attributed it to the fact the home had a “unique” feel for the area.“The owner had spent a lot of time and effort making it resort-like property, which does not happen often in this area,” he said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 The master bedroom has an ensuite.About 30 groups viewed the home over four weeks, with four registered bidders at auction.The buyers – a family with teenage children – were drawn to the relaxed resort vibe of the extensively renovated and landscaped property. There is an open plan kitchen and dining, leading out to an outdoor entertainment area.The agent said stock in the area was low, but it isn’t such a bad thing.“If we have an oversupply issue like in the city, we could see a crash in the market, but because stock on the south side is still very tight, we will see steady growth,” he said.
Richard Brakenhoff, Industry analyst at Rabobank“There’s an enormous potential, the dredging sector promises to be very busy in the near future,” says Richard Brakenhoff of Rabobank. The Sector Specialist is responsible for the financial institute’s Dredging Outlook and spoke to us about the ahead of his presentation at the Dredging Today Conference in October.Brakenhoff explains that while the dredging sector is relatively slow at the moment, he has positive forecasts. Global warming and rising sea levels underpin these forecasts. “Take Jakarta for instance. There is a great and imminent need for dredging works, as the soil is eroding and large areas flood yearly.” “Plans have already been submitted, but the stakeholders are waiting for the go-ahead. This and several other possible projects in the near future could be enormous, comparable to the Suez canal. If one of these gets green-lighted, this would mean a huge upturn for the industry.”Richard Brakenhoff will share more details and information on his Dredging Outlook at the Dredging Today Conference, 9 & 10 October at RAI Amsterdam.
WATERTOWN, N.Y. – IMCA’s Empire State Series will enjoy new title sponsorship from Atomicwraps.com.The Watertown, N.Y. based graphics and design company provides a portion of the $2,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified drivers in official point standings for the 15th annual tour.“IMCA is a household name for anyone who is racing oriented. They are a national organization, and we thought, ‘who better to partner with?’” said Atomic Marketing Manager Melissa Loomis. “We hope this sponsorship program will help drive more people to our website.”“We want to get good, quality wraps to customers all across the country at prices they can afford,” she continued. “We want people to see a wrap and know it’s one of ours.”The series opens with Sunday dates April 10 and May 1 at Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood. Outlaw Speedway at Dundee hosts the Friday, May 20 show before the Memorial Day event on May 30 at Skyline Raceway Park in Cortland.Friday visits to Afton’s I-88 Speedway June 10 and July 29 are next on the schedule.Skyline’s Turbo Blue is Saturday, Sept. 17. Outlaw hosts the final event during the regular point season on Sept. 24, with the series concluding Oct. 8 at Five Mile Point.All features pay a minimum of $400 to win and $75 to start. The three-time and defending Empire State Series champion is Eddie Sites.In addition, Atomic gives $150 gift certificates to the 30 drivers who earn Allstar Performance Modified state championships this season.Formed in 2001 and owned by Dan and Renee Gill, Atomic also makes signs and banners, does custom printing, T-shirt screen printing and website and app design.More information is available by calling 315 779-7446 and at the www.atomicwraps.com and www.atomicsignworks.com websites.“The program with www.AtomicWraps.com provides a great regional partner for the Empire State Series, something the racers in New York and Pennsylvania should really embrace,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “But through their www.atomicwraps.com website, they hope to broaden their brand and target IMCA Modified racers all across the country. We’re excited to work with them as we get rolling in 2016.”
It looked a big ask for the Toffees to secure their first Barclays Premier League win of the campaign on the south coast, yet they bossed Ronald Koeman’s men from the outset. Romelu Lukaku toyed with the Saints backline in the first half and netted twice, meeting fine balls from Arouna Kone and Ross Barkley with the finishes they deserved. Manager Roberto Martinez was proud of Everton’s comprehensive win at Southampton, saying the 3-0 scoreline was a fair reflection of their superiority at St Mary’s. Press Association The latter stylishly wrapped up a 3-0 win late on in front of England manager Roy Hodgson, adding gloss to a scoreline Everton boss Martinez felt was justified. “A good day at the office – I think that’s a very good way to put it,” the Spaniard said, smiling. “I think the difficulty of the game, if you look through the years, we’ve found it very tough to come here. “We’ve come here and for 20 minutes we were out of the game. I thought today the most important aspect was to start the game like we finished it against Watford. “The first half we didn’t have any intensity and the reaction was magnificent. “I thought the performance today, from the first second when Tim Howard makes a very good save, as a team was outstanding in every department of our performance. “You’re looking at the scoreline and probably in some away games the scorelines can be a little bit deceptive or they don’t show the real truth. “I think that was the real truth today. We were very superior, we defended extremely well in the manner that we had to. “The intensity was incredible. The way we work as a team was very pleasing, then on the counter attack we looked unplayable. Then when we had the ball, we controlled the game really, really well and we took the three goals. “Maybe we should’ve taken another chance, maybe we should have got a red card to (Matt) Targett really early in the game. “I think it shows you many, many moments that we were superior and that really pleases you.” It was quite the answer to last weekend’s frustrating home draw with newly-promoted Watford and the banner flown overhead at St Mary’s, which saw some disgruntled fans calling for chairman Bill Kenwright and the board to leave. “I just heard about it,” Martinez said. “I never saw it but what I saw today was a day to celebrate at Everton. “There were nearly 4,000 away fans, who started the tone of our performance. “I will never shy away: we are a big club, we’ve got a big history and an incredible expectation. “We need to be together, we need to help each other and we need to push in the same direction because that makes a difference. “But as a manager and as football players we understand that, we embrace those expectations and the way to get everyone excited and happy is performing in the manner we did on the pitch. “The chairman is an incredible Evertonian, who has done a fantastic job over the years. Only he knows the effort he had to put in for the football club.” In contrast to the ire directed at Kenwright, Southampton paid tribute to late owner Markus Liebherr, five years to the week since the club saviour’s passing. Saints boss Ronald Koeman was unable to mark the occasion with a win, accepting “too much” went wrong in the first half. “I think we gave them too much space to play, too much space between the lines, and you know if you give Everton that space to play football between the lines then you get difficulties,” he said. “Maybe the best example to tell about what happened in the first half was two times a corner kick and one goal and one chance. You can’t do that kind of mistakes on this level. “Then you know it’s very difficult to come back in the game.”
Our Sports ReporterGUWAHATI: The two semi finals of the 65th Bordoloi Trophy soccer championship will be held at the Nehru stadium here tomorrow. Mohammedan Sporting will take on BSF, Jalandhar in the first semi final which will kick off at 3 pm. The second semi final will be held between OILFC and TRAU, Manipur and the game will be held under flood light from 5pm.Altogether 8 teams participated in this edition of the championship. Mohammedan Sporting and TRAU from Manipur, who were in group ‘B’, qualified for the semi finals from Mukalmuwa. On the other hand group ‘A’ matches were organized at Dibrugarh from where OILFC and BSF, Jalandhar booked last four berths.Mohammedan Sporting would definitely go into the ground with favourite tag in tomorrow’s game. In the group stage the side played good soccer and won all their three matches at Mukalmuwa. They are really looking in very good touch. On the other hand BSF had to fight hard and managed to confirm their position in the semi final in the last game.Meanwhile good contest can be expected in the second semi final as both the teams of the game are nearly equal strength. However OILFC would have little edge over their opponent as Nehru stadium will be their ‘home ground’.The final of the championship is slated for November 6 under flood light. Also Read: Sports News
Published on February 20, 2020 at 3:54 pm Contact Tim: email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse redshirt senior Morgan Alexander has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2020 season, the team announced on Feb. 20. She suffered a left leg injury in practice on Wednesday, the day before. This is the fourth time Alexander has missed time due to injury. She sustained four knee injuries that kept her out of each of her first three seasons at SU. In 18 games last season, Alexander recorded 20 goals and two assists. “It’s super tough,” head coach Gary Gait said. “A young girl like that who’s worked so hard to get back and recover from past injuries to get the chance to play.”This season, Alexander started three of SU’s first four games. The only time she came off the bench was simply to allow Morgan Widner to take the opening draw rather than Emily Hawryschuk. The senior is currently seventh on the team with seven points on four goals and three assists. Her final tally came on a beautiful behind-the-back shot in SU’s 20-2 win over Binghamton on Feb. 16.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt’s unclear as to whether Alexander will be eligible for a sixth year of eligibility, but Gait suggested “she fits that category if she wants to.” The No. 7 Orange (3-1) head to Evanston, Illinois to face No. 6 Northwestern this Saturday at 8 p.m. Comments
Responding to the sudden firing of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday by President Donald Trump, Jamaica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs issued the following statement:The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade takes note of recent changes announced within the Administration of the United States of America.Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade said, “We wish Mr. Rex Tilllerson all the very best and thank him for the frank and wide-ranging discussions we held with him during his recent visit here in Kingston. We look forward to meeting Mr. Mike Pompeo, the new Secretary of State in due course and wish him the very best as well.”The Minister continued, “Jamaica and the United States of America have always had strong ties of cooperation, trade and friendship, and we intend to continue to build on same.”
AP: Rui Vieira BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom — For the first time in 27 years, England will play in the Cricket World Cup finals, thanks to their thrashing of reigning champions Australia today at Edgbaston.The English team won by eight wickets in Thursday’s match to secure their spot in Sunday’s final against New Zealand at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.Jason Roy hit a blistering 85 as England reached a victory target of 224 with a mammoth 107 balls to spare after bowling out Australia for 223.Australia won the toss and opted to bat but lost Finch, David Warner and Peter Handscomb early on to leave Australia reeling at 14-3. The team slowly rebuilt through Steve Smith (85) and Alex Carey (46) but their effort could not save the Aussies.England’s openers Roy and Jonny Bairstow (34) put on 124 for the first wicket, their fourth consecutive century stand.England, losing finalists in 1979, 1987 and 1992, will now face New Zealand, who have also yet to win the World Cup.The New Zealand team, runners-up to Australia in 2015, enjoyed a surprise semi-final win over India yesterday, despite three straight defeats by Pakistan, Australia and England. The Black Caps only qualified for the semi-finals on net run-rate, while India topped the 10-team group stage.England is now the resounding favorites to win Sunday’s final, having defeated New Zealand before in a group stage match.