Buyers keen on $5.1 million parkland near homesites

first_imgMirvac opened an estimated $5.1 million of new parkland to the public in January as part of its Everleigh masterplanned community in Greenbank.A masterplanned community at Greenbank, set to feature more than 3000 homesites, has opened an estimated $5.1 million of parkland to the public.The park space includes 1.5 ha of recreation parkland – equal to the size of three football fields – including an events space and junior playground.An additional 8000sq m of linear park will provide a strong pedestrian and cycle link along a ‘”green spine’’ between the new recreation parkland and the Greenbank Shopping Centre.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoEverleigh will feature about 3300 homesites, along with conservation parkland, sports fields and recreation parks, and a suite of community facilities, including a primary school, neighbourhood retail centre and community health centre.More than 60 per cent of stage one sold ahead of completion of the first homesites, anticipated to be ready for construction this year.Roger and Jenny Peterson are among the first purchasers at Everleigh and will downsize from their large five-bedroom home in Regents Park they have called home for 20 years.“With our kids leading busy lives with children of their own, we felt it was no longer necessary to look after a large property, pool and garden and wanted a new home that allowed more time for us and less time on maintenance,” Mr Peterson said.“Greenbank is such a thriving area and we immediately fell in love with the Everleigh vision and the beautiful surrounds.”Mirvac Queensland residential general manager, Warwick Bible, said the new parkland would be for both residents of Everleigh and the broader Greenbank community to enjoy.last_img read more

January 3, 2018 Police Blotter

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Super Eagles to unveil new Nike jersey in Portugal

first_imgRelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up by two spots, now world 29th Omeruo welcomes second child Nigeria’s Super Eagles will don the new Nike jersey when they play international friendlies later this month in Portugal.The Nigeria Football Federation said the football house has concluded arrangements with global kit outfit, Nike, to wow the world with another set of beautiful designs for all Nigeria national teams. Rising from their virtual meeting on August 31, 2020, chaired by the President, Amaju Pinnick, the NFF chieftains agreed that the Super Eagles would launch the new wears during the FIFA window for international friendlies in the month.In July, Pinnick had disclosed that the NFF are already making plans for the Eagles to play two friendlies in Portugal during the FIFA window in September, while another match is earmarked to hold in October.The games are likely to be against teams from South America and Africa, according to the NFF boss.The Eagles’ last competitive match was against Lesotho in November 2019, a 2021 AFCON qualifier, which the Nigerian team won 4-2 in Maseru, while their last international friendly was a 1-1 draw with Brazil in October 2019.Qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations and World Cup have both been put on hold until 2021 due to the unrelenting effects of coronavirus. American sportswear giant, NIKE, received three million orders for the Super Eagles’ 2018 FIFA World Cup kit prior to the release of the jerseys into the market on May 29, 2018.Tags: Amaju PinnickNFFNike jerseySuper Eagleslast_img read more

Rory aims to roll with the punches

first_img “Coming off the back of a great year last year, and I guess expecting myself to emulate that or even try and do better, it hasn’t really happened so far,” the Northern Irishman admitted. “I feel like it’s close. “I’ve been seeing a lot of positive signs in my game the last few weeks. You always want to go out and play well and contend and win tournaments and I haven’t done enough of that this year.” Asked what he would do to relax off the course this week, McIlroy added: “I was half thinking of going to the steps in the city, the Rocky Steps wherever they are and going to run up those.” McIlroy might best be served conserving his energy however, with the torrential rain which fell on Merion’s East Course on Friday and Monday perhaps boosting his chances of victory but making for a long and tiring week. “There might be a few similarities to the way Congressional played to the way this week’s going to play,” he added. “It was soft then and it’s obviously going to be soft again this week. “It’s great to have my name on that trophy and obviously I would like to get it on that trophy a few more times as well. The US Open’s always a very special tournament, a tournament that all the guys look forward to. “They call it the toughest test in golf and it’s a pity that it has rained so much the last few days and might not play as tough as it usually does, but it’s still going to be a good test out there and you’re still going to have to play some good golf. It’s probably going to play into my hands a bit more.” Rory McIlroy is considering a visit to the ‘Rocky steps’ in Philadelphia as he looks to prove he is fighting fit at this week’s US Open at Merion. Press Associationcenter_img McIlroy has failed to punch his weight so far this season, losing his status as world number one to Tiger Woods, walking off the course during the defence of his Honda Classic title and looking a shadow of the player who won five times last season to take the money list titles on both sides of the Atlantic. However, the 24-year-old insists he is close to rediscovering that sort of form ahead of an event he won by eight shots with a record 16 under par total at Congressional two years ago. last_img read more

No action over Aguero challenge

first_imgManchester City striker Sergio Aguero is expected to escape any disciplinary action for a studs-up lunge on West Ham’s Mark Noble. Aguero’s challenge saw his boot go over the ball and connect with the Hammers midfielder but it is understood referee Martin Atkinson saw the incident at the time and decided to take no action. That would prevent the Football Association taking retrospective action against City’s Argentina striker and ensures he will not be banned for the Manchester derby. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce had complained about the challenge, saying: “It was a dangerous tackle and the referee was right in front of it.” Meanwhile, West Brom defender Craig Dawson is also set to escape any action over an elbow on Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni. Palace boss Neil Warnock called the incident an “assault” but referee Mark Clattenburg is understood to have seen the challenge and allowed the Baggies first goal to stand in Saturday’s 2-2 draw. Speroni required lengthy treatment before being substituted by Warnock,who said he wanted to protect the keeper from suffering any potential damage. Warnock said: “If officials can’t see a smash like that then I’ve got to protect my goalkeeper. “It’s almost an assault. He comes from two or three yards away and smashes him in the face. I don’t understand why at least one of the officials can’t see that.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Cricket News Lower order batting contributions key for success in Australia: Virat Kohli

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Virat Kohli, the Indian cricket team skipper, has urged the batsmen to correct the mistakes made on tours to South Africa and England but stressed on the need for the lower order to contribute more if India are to achieve success in the upcoming series against Australia starting on November 21.Speaking in the press conference ahead of the team’s departure on Friday, Kohli said the focus must be on the lower order batsmen contributing a lot more. “We understand it can get difficult for the top because the bowlers are bowling a good spell. Middle order is relatively easy. Lower order contributions are crucial. In England, their lower order contributed much better than ours and that helped them win the series. We want the guys to be fearless in that position. An all-rounder who can bowl has no pressure and if he gets going, the course of the series can be changed. From top to bottom, we need to bat together,” Kohli said.Read More | Virat Kohli and the Adelaide love affair: A match made in heavenIn the recent series against England which India lost 1-4, Sam Curran, batting at No.8 shared vital partnerships with the tail to help the hosts recover. In Edgbaston, he helped the team recover from 86/6 to 180 with a knock of 63. At the Rose Bowl in Southampton, he smashed 78 to help England bounce back from 86/6 to 252.Everyone must contributeThe batting unit has consistently suffered on overseas tours in 2018, with only Kohli standing out. When asked about the struggles of the batting, Kohli said the team batted well in patches but the mistakes committed were extreme.Read More | Down Under – The making of Virat Kohli, the modern legend“We sat down and figured out what went wrong in England. To be honest, not much went wrong. However, when we made the mistakes, it was extreme. We played good cricket, but the mistakes were extreme. We need to control a tough situation better and how to find a way out of it rather than getting out of it immediately. Our focus will be how the batsmen bat together on the tour,” Kohli said.Key to success in AustraliaKohli stressed that the fitness levels of the Indian cricket team are up, which is a big boost in Australian conditions. The Indian skipper also praised the form of the bowlers, who have been consistently taking 20 wickets in Tests.Read More | This Day That Year: Sachin Tendulkar makes his Test debut vs Pakistan“The pitches in Australia can get boring at times. The kookaburra does not move much. It is about patience and maintaining the tempo well,” Kohli added.In the last couple of decades, South Africa has been the only team to achieve success Down Under in three consecutive Test series. Kohli said the Indian bowlers, with pacers like Jaspreet Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami  as well as spinners like Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav in the team, have the capability to maintain the pressure on the Australian batsmen“It is about patience and maintaining the tempo well. A team like South Africa have done well because guys like Morne Morkel, Dale Steyn and now Kagiso Rabada have relentlessly bowled in the right areas. I am confident that my bowlers can do the job. he bowlers have the capability to take 20 wickets every time and that is a great feeling,” Kohli said.Indian coach Ravi Shastri said the team needed to seize the tough moments in order to gain success. “I see a lot of progress across all formats. I say this despite the score line in England. When we look at actual performances in all formats, especially on overseas conditions, I am more than happy. If we learn from the mistakes in South Africa and England, it will stand us in good stead in Australia,” Shastri said.India will be determined to win their first-ever Test series in Australia, which begins on December 6 in Adelaide. last_img read more

Coach Edmonds hails Guyana’s ‘outstanding performance’ at 48th CARIFTA Games

first_imgJULIAN Edmonds, head coach of Guyana’s CARIFTA Games team, showered the athletes with praises for what he called an “outstanding performance” at the 48th edition of the event, held over the Easter weekend in the Cayman Islands.Guyana finished with a record 10 medals – four gold, two silver and four bronze – and according to Edmonds, the result should be celebrated, given the fact that “CARIFTA Games is a very tough competition where every country bring their ‘A game’. We finished 4th out of 27 countries ahead of powerhouse Barbados, Bermuda and Grenada and had an equal four gold medals as Trinidad; they finished 3rd but had more silver medals.”Claudrice McKoy, who won gold in the Women’s U-20 1500 metres and bronze in the women’s 3000 metres Open, along with Chantoba Bright (gold in Women’s U-20 long jump and silver in the women’s U-20 triple jump) are hanging up their cleats after some stellar years at the CARIFTA Games, and will now transition to competing at the senior level for Guyana.McKoy, in 2017, won gold in the 3 000 metres open, and bronze in the 1500 metres. She missed the 2018 Championships due to an injury.Julian EdmondsBright, on the other hand, at the 2016 CARIFTA Games won silver in the triple and the long jump. In 2017 she won gold in the long jump and bronze in the triple jump. In 2018, she won gold in the long jump, bronze in the triple jump and silver in the 4×400 relay.“Chantoba (Bright) is a CARIFTA legend and will be missed by team Guyana who wish her well at the senior level. Claudrice (McKoy) has contributed well for Guyana at this level and will also be missed,” said Edmonds.Both McKoy and Bright compete at the collegiate level in the USA.Meanwhile, Matthew Gordon (gold in the Boys U-17 3000 metres) and Anisha Gibbons (gold in the Girls U-17 javelin) were the debutants who found themselves atop the podium and Edmonds believes that the newcomers at the CARIFTA Games impressed enough to make him a believer that Guyana’s rise at the regional showpiece is not by luck.“Matthew is a wonderful young man. He rebounded from the 1500 metres after being bumped on and nearly fell in a race we thought he would have won – to win a well-planned 3000 metres. He will serve Guyana well in the future,” the coach opined.Edmonds further added that “Anisha is the real deal! She missed the Games record by three metres. These athletes showed maturity beyond their age. We also had Loneil Marks, Keliza Smith and Brianna Charles, debutants making it to sprint finals which is a good achievement that will give them experience going forward”.This year, Guyana sent a 21-man contingent to the games – the largest in the country’s history at the championships.GUYANA CARIFTA GAMES MEDAL BREAKDOWNClaudrice McKoy – Gold (Women’s U-20 1500 metres), Bronze (3000 metres Open)Chantoba Bright – Gold (Women’s U-0 Long Jump) Silver (U-20 Triple Jump)Anisha Gibbons – Gold (Girls’ U-17 Javelin)Matthew Gordon – Gold (Boys’ U-17 3000 metres)Joanna Archer – Silver (Women’s U-20 800 metres)Audriel Austin – Bronze (Girls’ U-17 800 metres)Shaquka Tyrell – Bronze (Girls’ U-17 1500 metres)Princess Browne – Bronze (Girls’ U-17 Triple Jump)last_img read more

B’ville boys golfers sweep West Genesee in 3-0 week

first_imgJust 24 hours later, these same two teams had a rematch at Timber Banks, and it proved even more lopsided in B’ville’s favor as it turned back West Genesee 182-203.Four Bees – Farmer, Glavin, Guild and Pompo –  tied for individual honors, each shooting 36, one ahead of the Wildcats’ low round from Kevin McDermott. Then Petragnani added a 38 as Ianno and Nat McGregor both shot 40 and Wilcox contributed a 45.B’ville already had a league win in the books from earlier in the week, handling the newly-formed Fayetteville-Manlius White team last Monday afternoon in a 188-213 decision. Glavin’s 36 was one of five sub-40 rounds, one better than Farmer’s 37, with Petragnani and Guild each shooting 38 and Pompo adding a 39. Wilcox shot 43 as F-M White’s Andrew Ahn led his side with a 38.In between matches against Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse Green next week, B’ville gets a second opportunity at knocking off first-place Fayetteville-Manlius Green at Timber Banks on Wednesday afternoon.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: BaldwinsvilleBoys golfcenter_img Though not quite at the top of the SCAC Metro division standings, the Baldwinsville boys golf team could move toward that point if it could fare well against defending Section III Class AA champion West Genesee in back-to-back matches.The first of these matches took place Wednesday at Westvale, and it was a close one, with strong scores on both sides, but in the end the Bees prevailed 187-191 over the Wildcats.Billy Guild and Aidan Farmer both shot 36 for nine holes to lead B’ville. Tanner Glavin and Victor Ianno were close behind, each posting 38, while Brendan Wilcox contributed a 39. Alex Pompo and Anthony Petragnani had matching totals of 41.last_img read more

Syracuse softball splits doubleheader against Tula, Toledo

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 18, 2017 at 5:06 pm Contact Josh: | @Schafer_44 Syracuse (6-3) split its final two games of the weekend on Saturday in Boca Roton, Florida. With a loss to Tulsa (3-5), followed by a win over Toledo (1-7), the Orange finished 3-1 on the road trip. In Game 1, Baylee Douglas started in the circle for the Orange. She pitched two and two-third innings, allowing two runs while striking out four. Junior right-hander AnnaMarie Gatti came in relief and pitched four and two-thirds innings allowing one run on four hits.Syracuse tallied eight hits, but mustered only two runs. Bryce Holmgren led off the final frame with a solo shot to center field to cap off a perfect 4-for-4 performance at the plate. The lone run in the seventh inning was not enough for Syracuse in the 3-2 loss. In game 2, Syracuse posted its third shutout of the year, a 5-0 victory. Sydney O’Hara recorded the win for the Orange with seven strikeouts in three innings.The Orange tallied seven hits, leading to five runs. O’Hara led the charge offensively as well. Her RBI triple to open the scoring in the first inning proved to be enough for the Orange in the victory. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse travels to Orlando, Florida, to play Florida next weekend. Commentslast_img read more

Football heads to Indiana to take on Irish

first_imgThe return of freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis gives USC’s offense a massive boost. As the passing performance against Washington showed, Slovis’ ability to make quick reads and deliver an accurate ball are integral to the success of the Trojan offense against capable defenses.  Coming off their bye week, the 3-2 Trojans will look to rebound from a sloppy loss at Washington against a talented Notre Dame team currently ranked No. 9 in the country.  Though the freshman still has plenty of issues to work through, he’s a talented and intelligent passer, and with an array of weapons at his disposal, he should be poised to produce against a Notre Dame defense that may be vulnerable against the pass. Although they’ve been statistically stout for most of the season, the Irish have been shredded through the air against solid opponents like Virginia and Georgia.  Much like Washington, the tight end position plays a big role for the Fighting Irish, so the Trojans will be tested in the passing game across the middle. Luckily for USC, its young secondary has been solid and steadily improving over the past few contests, and the return of sophomores safety Talanoa Hufanga and cornerback Olaijah Griffin will provide a significant boost to the unit. So long as the Trojans generate pressure consistently, they’re primed to be able to counter the Notre Dame passing game.  Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. will look to exploit an injured and thin Notre Dame secondary Saturday. Pittman leads USC receivers with 501 yards and four touchdowns through five games this season. (Sarah Ko | Daily Trojan) On the ground, the Irish have been solid all year, but the return of junior running back Jafar Armstrong could shake things up significantly. Armstrong is an explosive playmaker, but he has missed almost the entire season due to an abdominal injury suffered Week 1. Armstrong will suit up this Saturday, and Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly has said he hopes for the back to play around 20 snaps this week. USC has often been vulnerable on the ground this year, and a strong day from Armstrong and company could be too much for the USC defense to bear. Notre Dame’s pass rush is perhaps the unit’s greatest strength, spearheaded by star senior edge rusher Julian Okwara, but the Trojans have been strong in pass protection all season long. Dominating through the air is likely USC’s best chance to win this game; the pass game will have to produce at a high level for the Trojans to pull out a win.  Senior quarterback Ian Book has been fantastic for the Fighting Irish thus far. Book can do it all — he’s a smart passer with a strong arm, great awareness and dangerous mobility. He’s been the engine that drives the Notre Dame offense, and he’s done it with incredible efficiency, throwing for 13 touchdowns to only two interceptions and posting a 65.5 completion percentage.  This year’s edition of the storied rivalry looks once again like an unbalanced affair between a potential College Football Playoff contender in the Fighting Irish and an unranked and unsettled USC, but there’s a lot at stake for both teams going into the matchup. The Trojans desperately need to avoid a second straight loss, and the Irish will need a win to keep their playoff hopes alive. Add in the fervor of one of college football’s best rivalries, and you’ve got a recipe for an interesting Saturday.center_img USC Offense vs Notre Dame Defense The ground game looks a little more dicey, as the up-and-down USC rushing attack will be pitted against a Notre Dame defense that has shut down the run games of two opponents over the past three weeks. It’ll be a tall task for the Trojans to be as productive on the ground as they were against the Huskies. The loss of graduate cornerback Shaun Crawford only makes matters worse for the Irish in that area, especially against a Trojan offense with so many dangerous weapons in the passing game. Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. currently leads the Trojans in receiving, and a favorable matchup could set him up for a big night.  Despite the apparent disparity between the unranked Trojans and No. 9 Fighting Irish, these teams match up fairly well against each other. Notre Dame is still the better team on paper, but this Trojan squad is plenty capable of going toe-to-toe with them.  Prediction: 35-28, Notre Dame Notre Dame Offense vs USC Defense USC should be motivated to avoid back-to-back losses and a slide to 3-3; I wouldn’t be shocked if the Trojans pull off the road upset against their rivals. This could be a much more intense game than many assume. Nonetheless, home field advantage in South Bend is huge, and the Irish should be able to hang on for a victory if they execute properly.last_img read more