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September 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img127 Sunhaven Blvd, BurdellMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Mark Pritchard from Ray White Julie Mahoney sold the home and said the people who bought it only lived five houses down the road.“It was a local family and they loved the area and loved the fact it was a beautiful ex-Michael Case display home,” he said.“It really had that wow factor with the beautiful corner piece of glass that looks straight through to the pool. “The buyers have mature kids and it’s a great home if you need that family separation.”The immaculately presented house uses architectural features to provide plenty of natural light in the living areas. An in-ground swimming pool caps off the multiple outdoor entertaining areas. A HOUSE in Burdell has sold for $610,000 – the highest price recorded in the suburb in more than a year.127 Sunhaven Blvd was snapped up a by a family who were already living in the area with the sale settling last week.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom, two-car house is a former Michael Case display home and is located in the North Shore Estate. 127 Sunhaven Blvd, BurdellThe master bedroom has a luxurious ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe with custom cabinetry. There is also a media room that could be used as a children’s retreat near the three guest bedrooms.The spacious home has around 300sq m of under-roof space.last_img read more

September 26, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img “I don’t think he has actually done badly knowing that he is from Nigeria – where developmental football is not so strong– and going to Manchester City where he was able to hold his own among some of the biggest names in world football,” he continued. “At Leicester City, it took him almost a season to blend in because at Leicester, their style of football is much quicker than where he was coming from. “Those of us who know Iheanacho understand that he is not a fast player but a highly intelligent player, trust me, he will continue to improve and score goals if he gets regular playing opportunities.” He added: “Before English football was suspended due to Covid-19, he got some goals and you will agree with me that he has greatly improved – a far difference from the time he joined the club. “I can only hope that by next season, he gets his feet completely right and continues to deliver. “For those writing him off, it is so early because I can tell you for free that his future is extremely bright because he has not started yet.” read also:Coronavirus: Iwobi, Ndidi, Iheanacho face 20% pay cut So far this season, Iheanacho boasts eight goals across all competitions for Brendan Rodgers’ men, with three of them coming from the English top-flight. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Super Eagles star and Golden Eaglets Assistant coach, Nduka Ugbade, has revealed why Kelechi Iheanacho has not been playing to his full potential at the English Premier League. Kelechi Iheanacho  The Foxes were labelled to have pulled off quite a coup when winning the race for the Nigerian from Manchester City. However, the 23-year-old is yet to reach his potential at King Power Stadium. Nigerian football great, Ugbade – who worked with Iheanacho as assistant coach of the Nigeria U17 and U2 teams, believes the wrong approach is being taken with the star. “Iheanacho’s coaches must know how best to use him,” he told Goal. “He is not an outright striker but he can play behind the main striker to provide assists while scoring goals. “Myself and Manu [Garba] know him very well and we know what he is capable of doing. All he needs now is getting regular playing time to get himself back into the game.” For Ugbade, learning different roles could be demanding for any young player, nevertheless, he suggests the Super Eagle will bounce back if he gains regular playing time at East Midland. Loading… center_img Promoted ContentA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsUnusual And Unique Beauty Of Indian WomenWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?15 Celebs You Probably Didn’t Expect To Be CheerleadersThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?last_img read more

September 23, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCongratulations to 3 members of the Batesville Bulldog basketball team who just completed their season!  Aaron Garrett was named as an assistant coach for the 2019 All-Star series with Kentucky.  He will be joining Bloomington South’s J.R. Holmes, another assistant coach, and head coach Criss Beyers from Warren Central.  These games will be played at Bellarmine University in Louisville on June 7 and again on June 8 at Bankers Life in Indianapolis.  This is quite an honor for Aaron Garrett!Also, congratulations go out to Robert Raver who was named to the first team academic all-state list and to Trey Heidlage who received honorable mentioned.  Batesville High School has always been a leader in the state of Indiana in getting athletes named for this prestigious honor.  Only a tiny percentage of Indiana athletes are so honored.last_img read more

September 23, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCheck to see if the website is secure. There should be an “s” after “http” in the URL to indicate it’s a secure site. No “s” may mean it’s a phishing attempt to get your information or to install malware on your computer. Do a web search. Searching by the offer, business name and the word “scam” can often bring up information showing which offers are fake. Don’t share your personal information. Legitimate businesses do not ask for private information such as credit card numbers or bank accounts for coupons or giveaways. Any promotional offer that asks for personal information is almost always a scam. You see your friends sharing coupons daily on Facebook that say share and get $100 off your next purchase.  Sometimes coupons are just a way for a site to generate extra hits online, but their goal is usually more malicious. They are often trying to steal personal information. Among the most frequently distributed fake coupons recently are Lowes, Kroger, Bath & Body Works, Costco, Aldis, Starbucks, and Trader Joe’s. The coupons often times offer cards or coupons for $100+ free merchandise, especially if you share the link on social media. There is usually a random apostrophe in the text.  These coupons have been widely circulated on Facebook and many people clicked and reshared the posts. The coupon link often takes them to a third-party website that, in order to get the coupon or voucher, asks for the person’s information which results in downloading viruses or malware. The individual never receives the coupon/voucher and doesn’t know who received their information. BBB offers the following tips for identifying coupon scams: Be skeptical. The better the deal looks, the more likely it’s fake. It is easy for scammers to steal logos and images of established businesses to create counterfeit coupons. Check directly with the source. To verify the legitimacy of an offer, visit the company’s website to look for the coupon or directly contact the company. Look at the expiration date. Most coupons have one. The lack of one is an indication that the coupon may be phony. Remember, coupons for free items usually expire quicker than others. Verify the source. If a coupon comes to you in an email, hover your mouse over the link (without clicking) and the URL destination address should appear. If that address looks like a random assortment of numbers and letters, do not click on it. last_img read more

September 21, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img The summer signing from Celtic required scans on his knee and shin after being carried off on a stretcher during Saturday’s defeat of Panathinaikos. Manager Chris Hughton told canaries.co.uk: “Both the X-ray and the scan are fine and confirm there is no fracture or any other problem which might indicate a long-term injury. Press Association “There is still some bruising Gary suffered from the knock and he will continue to be monitored and assessed over the days ahead.” Norwich begin the Barclays Premier League season at home to Everton on Saturday. center_img Norwich have received a boost after striker Gary Hooper was cleared of serious injury after being taken off during the club’s final pre-season fixture.last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWith the women’s track team several weeks into the 2009 outdoor campaign, many of the University of Wisconsin’s athletes are beginning to prove they belong among the nation’s best. ;Two veteran members of Wisconsin’s track squad recently punched their tickets to the NCAA Regionals with outstanding recent performances. Chavon Robinson, a senior from Milwaukee, will be a part of the regional field after posting a mark of 12.74 meters in the triple jump. Robinson holds the school record in the outdoor triple jump but was still relieved to have earned a spot.“There is definitely less pressure going into my next meets,” Robinson said. “It’s great to have qualified.”Robinson has come into the 2009 season with high expectations, and after dealing with injuries earlier in her career, she appears to be primed for an outstanding finish to the outdoor campaign. Robinson posted excellent marks throughout the 2008 season in both the triple jump and long jump, but that is not to say there were no struggles along the way.“Last year was tough because I had a new coach, and I wasn’t really sure what direction we were going in,” Robinson said. “I know now that we are headed in the right direction, and I am a lot more confident when I’m out there.”Having settled into her role on the team, Robinson is now looking to refine her technique. The triple jump requires strict attention to detail and can be a difficult event for some of the most talented athletes. Throughout the season, Robinson and her coaches have been working diligently to maximize her performance.“The coaches have been telling us that it is all about where the jump starts,” Robinson said. “I’ve been struggling with it ever since I’ve been at Wisconsin as a triple jumper, but when it all comes together I think I’ll have a pretty good jump.”Robinson will continue to refine her skills as the season progresses, and due to her redshirt, she will have all of next year to improve on her marks as well.UW senior javelin thrower Amy Lewis is competing in her final season for the Badgers. Like Robinson, Lewis just recently qualified for the NCAA Regionals, a goal she expected to accomplish.“It was kind of an expectation to make the NCAA Regionals this year, but it’s great to be able to do it early in the season,” Lewis said. “I’ll be able to work on my technique and get myself ready for the rest of the season from here on out.”This will be the third time in her career Lewis has qualified for Regionals, but the senior from Colts Neck, N.J., is aware of some improvements she still needs to make.“I just want to refine all the footwork that takes place right before I throw,” Lewis said. “That is something I will continue to work on.”Lewis is nearing the end of her UW career and wants to make sure she gives her best effort in her final days as a Badger.“I don’t want to look back on my career have any regrets about anything,” Lewis said. “The seniors and I have had some extra motivation to leave it all on the line every time we go out for a meet.”Regardless of how the season finishes for Lewis, she is proud to have represented her university as a member of the track team, and will look to lead by example as the outdoor season begins to heat up.“I have loved being a part of everything this team has gone through since I have been here,” Lewis said. “Being a leader and having the time to act as a role model has been an exciting time for me.”last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Published on April 14, 2015 at 9:20 pm Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidman Hobart’s student section erupted when the Statesmen scored with eight minutes left in the third quarter. Syracuse’s contingent stood slowly and sarcastically golf-clapped back.It was the visitors’ first goal of the game. At that point, the Orange had 15.“Perfect storm, really,” Hobart head coach Greg Raymond said, “… and a combination of us playing very poorly and (Syracuse) being a very good team.”Seven different Syracuse players scored before halftime, at which point the Orange had a 12-0 lead. By the end, SU ended up using three goalies, six faceoff men and got goals from 10 different players. It was all-around domination, as No. 4 Syracuse (9-2, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) blew by Hobart (7-4, 4-0 Northeastern), 18-5, to capture the Kraus-Simmons Trophy on Senior Night in the Carrier Dome in front of 2,477 fans on Tuesday night.“We got through a little bit of senioritis in the first part of the first quarter,” SU head coach John Desko said, “… and I think our guys came alive and did what we wanted to do tonight in all facets of the game.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn somewhat of a tease to start, Ben Williams lost the opening faceoff. But any doubt of what was to follow was put to rest shortly thereafter. Dylan Donahue scored the 100th goal of his career to start the onslaught, and Hakeem Lecky and Nick Weston followed suit.Sixteen seconds after a Hobart fan urged her section to stand up, Kevin Rice made the score 6-0, and the fan slouched back down into her seat.It was early in the second quarter, and the energy was already drained from the Statesmen on and off the field before the game could even gain any traction.“Yeah definitely, there was a bit of nerves at the beginning of the game,” Hobart freshman Christopher Willman said.SU defender Brandon Mullins picked up a ground ball and ran into the attacking half after extending his stick to evade four defenders. Hobart’s Cooper Stefaniak fired a shot that was deflected almost 20 yards above the net. Willman tried a cross-field pass to Grant Soucy under no pressure, but the ball sailed out of bounds.“We got back to playing the way we want to play: fast, slide hard, recover quickly,” SU defender Jay McDermott said. “Team defense is our main concept and I thought we got back to that and played a good game today.”Hobart students, now drained, started chanting “safety school” at Syracuse players. Willman was called for an unnecessary roughness penalty after checking J.T. Forkin after a play was blown dead. Raymond, irate, screamed toward the field after his team was called for a violation after a faceoff.Syracuse’s rotation of fourth-line midfielders and second-line attacks was now in full swing, and even junior Brenny Daly scored the second goal of his career, while Ryan Simmons — who scored twice for the trophy named after his great-grandfather — got on the board.“We thought we had the game,” Desko said. “I mean, the attack came out with I think 12-something on the clock in the third quarter.”As if it wasn’t already doing so, Syracuse coasted to the fourth-quarter buzzer.It finished the game with 26 more shots than Hobart. Nate Farrell became the first true freshman to play in a regular-season game. And even a walk-on took a faceoff for SU.Hobart went on a mini-run in the waning minutes, but by that time it was far, far too late.“We needed a spark from somebody,” Raymond said. “Basically our entire personnel could’ve played a little bit better.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOn the surface, ending the regular season with a 2-0 loss to crosstown rival UCLA would seem like a disappointment for the USC women’s soccer team. The Bruins (18-0-2, 10-0-1 Pac-12) outshot the Women of Troy (12-6-2, 6-5-0) 24-3 over the course of Friday night’s contest, including an 11-0 advantage in shots on goal, and came away with the victory to remain the No. 1 overall team in the country and secure the Pac-12 regular season title.Not quite enough · Senior goalie Caroline Stanley kept No. 1 UCLA off the board for nearly 80 minutes on Friday night, but USC eventually fell, 2-0. – Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanDespite this, head coach Keidane McAlpine and his USC squad were more satisified than somber after the loss.“I say job well done,” McAlpine said. “I thought our energy was absolutely fantastic. We were playing the defending national champions, who have nine seniors that have been playing together for a long time. They have a lot of experiences together, and we are just now starting to figure out how we want to play and are getting some of those experiences ourselves.”The regular-season finale was played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and smashed the NCAA regular-season record for attendance in a single game: 10,128 fans came to see the “Battle for Los Angeles,” breaking the previous regular-season record — once again set at the Coliseum in a game between USC and UCLA — of 8,527 from 2010.“These girls may never play in something like this again,” McAlpine said. “We wouldn’t have been able to run that hard and that fast for that long without the energy of the crowd.”Senior forward Jessica Musmanno agreed with her coach’s sentiments.“You could just feel the energy of the crowd,” Musmanno said. “Even though we didn’t get the result we wanted, it was still a really fun game.”The record number of fans did not faze the Women of Troy, who turned in an excellent, hard-fought performance despite the discrepancy in shots. UCLA forward Kylie McCarthy scored both goals for the Bruins, first in the 79th minute and then again in the 87th minute to seal the game. The score could have been far more lopsided, however, had it not been for some stout defense from USC’s back line, anchored by senior captain and goalie Caroline Stanley.Stanley made eight saves in the game, helping preserve the 0-0 tie for the first 78 minutes of the game despite numerous scoring chances for the Bruins.“I thought by far this was [Caroline Stanley’s] best game of the year,” McAlpine said. “I thought as a team, our commitment to blocking shots and defending by sticking our bodies out there was absolutely fantastic, especially in our back five.”Musmanno was appreciative of her classmate’s efforts.“Caroline [Stanley] made some major saves,” Musmanno said. “Our whole back line killed it today. It is unfortunate that we let two goals in, but on the whole, everyone did great.”It is certainly encouraging for the team that Stanley played so well in the biggest game of the season thus far. The Women of Troy will need her at her best during postseason play, when the “win or go home” environment will bring about an even more intense burden of pressure.Though they allowed 24 shots, the Women of Troy were happy with their defensive performance, especially considering the discrepancy in experience between the senior-heavy Bruin team and the youth-infused USC squad.“I have all sophomores on my defensive line,” Stanley said. “That’s almost unheard of: the entire UCLA starting line is seniors. Despite being young, our team played like women tonight. They made my job a lot easier that it could have been, should have been and has been in the past, so I am just very proud of them.”Despite the largely positive outlook on Friday’s game, the Women of Troy know they still have things to work on to find success in the postseason, particularly offensively.“We could have been better in our front half,” McAlpine said. “We weren’t as patient when we got in their half of the field. We tried to force things down the middle of the field and they did a good job of collapsing the space in the middle. We needed to get the ball out wide a little more and try to get around the edge.”In addition to the weight of the rivalry, Friday’s game was also emotional for the four seniors on the team, as they were honored for their leadership and participation during their time as USC players. Fortunately, and unlike in years past, Friday’s game was more sweet than bitter for the seniors.“It was an emotional night obviously,” Stanley said. “However, in the past, this has been the last game of the season for USC. There hasn’t been hope for a postseason berth in quite a while, so it made it a little sweeter knowing that this isn’t our final game.”Though the Women of Troy do not yet know their postseason fate, they are expected to be selected for the playoffs after finishing the regular season with both a winning conference record and winning record overall. The team plans on using Friday’s game as a learning tool to improve before beginning their postseason quest.“I think the loss to UCLA will help us be even more competitive in practice this week,” Musmanno said. “We now know the level of competition we will see in the postseason. There is no team better than UCLA, the defending champions, and I think we stuck with them well for the most part. I think we can go pretty far in the playoffs, and I would love to see us play them again.”Despite not knowing their playoff destiny, the team has no shortage of confidence in their ability to make noise in the postseason, no matter who their opponent may be.“We’ve got a really good team,” McAlpine said. “I’m very excited about our future and how we played against UCLA. Yes, we can fine-tune some things, and yes, we probably got caught up in the moment a few times, but the truth is, we are only now cracking the surface of what our potential can be.”The team will find out where they stand on Monday during the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament selection show at 1:30 p.m. on NCAA.com. The Women of Troy are expected to earn a berth, but will likely be playing on the road for the duration of the playoffs.last_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img 10 months ago Dream11 BDW-E vs SLW-E: Match prediction, team news and analysis Written By Aakash Saini HOU vs OKC Dream11 player performancesHouston Rockets lost their opening game of the 74th NBA season to Milwaukee Bulls in a thrilling encounter. In their opening week game, the Milwaukee Bulls maintained their lead throughout the crucial minutes to edge out the Rockets 117-111. The Oklahoma City Thunder also lost both their matches so far in the ongoing season. In their first game, they lost to Utah Jazz by 95-100 followed by 85-97 defeat to Washington Wizards.Also Read | Dream11 SL vs PM-XI: Team news, prediction, analysis and squad updatesHOU vs OKC Dream11 prediction and squad detailsHouston Rockets squadJames Harden, Jaron Blossomgame, Gerald Green, Isaiah Hartenstein, Clint Capela, Gary Clark, Chris Clemons, Eric Gordon, Ryan Anderson, Danuel House, Ben McLemore, Austin Rivers, Anthony Bennett, P. J. Tucker, Shamorie Ponds, Michael Frazier and Thabo SefoloshaAlso read | NBA: From Steph Curry to KD, here are the highest paid playersOklahoma City Thunder squadDennis Schroder, Steven Adams, Danilo Gallinari, Abdel Nader, Andre Roberson, Terrance Ferguson, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Chris Paul, Hamidou Diallo, Deonte Burton, Darius Bazley, Nerlens Noel, Mike Muscala, Luguentz Dort, Justin Patton and Devon HallAlso Read | NBA: Watch Toronto Raptors championship ring ceremony in season-openerHOU vs OKC Dream11 predictionPoint-guards: Dennis Schroder, Austin RiversShooting-guards: James HardenSmall-forwards: Gerald GreenPower-forwards: Danilo Gallinari, P. J. TuckerCentre: Clint Capela, Steven AdamsNote – The HOU vs OKC Dream11 predictions are our own and do not guarantee positive results in your games.Also Read | Dream11 CHELSEA v AJAX team news, prediction, analysis & squad updates LIVE TV 10 months ago Dream11 HOU vs MIL NBA 2019-20: Team prediction and squad details WATCH US LIVE Houston Rockets will lock horns with Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday, October 29, for their NBA 2019-20 regular season game. The match will begin at 5:30 AM IST and will be held at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Houston Rockets won three out of their five pre-season games, however, they lost their opening NBA 2019-20 match to Milwaukee Bucks by 111-117. Meanwhile, Oklahoma City Thunder lost both their games in the ongoing season so far. You can also play the NBA games on the fantasy game app ‘Dream11’. Here are the HOU VS OKC Dream11 predictions and squad details. 10 months ago Dream11 KAR vs TN: Team news, match predictions and analysis 10 months ago Dream11 BOS vs PHI: Team news, predictions and other NBA updatescenter_img FOLLOW US WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago Dream11: MTA Vs VAL Team news, game predictions and analysis COMMENT The Journey Begins.#OneMission 🚀 pic.twitter.com/0pqF7RxQe8— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) September 30, 2019 Last Updated: 28th October, 2019 11:47 IST Dream11: HOU Vs OKC NBA 2019-20 Predictions And Squad Details Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder will face each other on October 29. Here are the Dream11 predictions and squad details for the upcoming NBA game. SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 28th October, 2019 11:47 ISTlast_img read more

August 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBarcelona are not getting caught up in the euphoria of their fans as they prepare for Saturday’s Champions League final against Juventus, coach Luis Enrique said on Friday.Barca supporters are on a high after their team wrapped up won the La Liga title and King’s Cup last month with the club now on the verge of repeating their historic treble from 2009.The Catalan giants are favourites to triumph at the Olympic Stadium but Juve showed what they are capable of by dispatching Barca’s rivals and holders Real Madrid in the semi-finals.”The fans are euphoric and we are delighted with that,” Luis Enrique told a news conference.”But as professionals we will approach the game with the utmost seriousness. “We will need to have a good day to get past a rival of this magnitude,” added the former Barca and Spain midfielder. Luis Enrique, who is in his first season in charge at the Nou Camp, said midfielder Andres Iniesta should be fit for Saturday’s match after an injury scare this week.Spain midfielder Iniesta will be expected to help unlock a stubborn defence, though Juve’s chances have been hit by an injury that has ruled out influential centre back Giorgio Chiellini. “I want to have the ball more than them, occupy their half and play at a top level but we are sure to have some difficulties,” Luis Enrique said.”I don’t think it will be a clash of styles as they will want to have the ball too. “They have resources and that’s why they are also in with a chance of a treble.”Like Barcelona, Juve have already won the domestic league and Cup double this season.They will be appearing in their eighth European Cup final and are chasing a third triumph. Barca have also played in seven finals, winning four, and are bidding for their third triumph in seven years in Europe’s elite club competition.–last_img read more