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The home at 93 Gordon St, Gordon Park sold for $1.341 million.THE auction of a three-bedroom Queenslander on a 1120sq m lot in Gordon Park shows size really does matter to some. The home at 93 Gordon St sold under the hammer for $1.341 million last Saturday. LJ Hooker marketing agent Richard Mirosch said the property achieved the highest residential sale in the area for the past two years. Mr Mirosch said buyers were motivated by the size of the lot. “It would have to be one of the biggest blocks still available in Gordon Park,” he said. The Gordon Park home was on a 1120sq m block.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 2019About 70 people and 11 registered bidders turned out for the auction. “Bidding opened at $1.1 million and there were two bidders going back and forth until one hit $1.341 million,” Mr Mirosch said. “The new owners are looking at doing a potential sub division on the property.“The vendors were a local family who had already purchased a block of land in Wavell Heights.“They were rapped they got such a good price for the property. It was well and truly above the reserve.” Mr Mirosch said the market in Gordon Park was performing well. “We’re getting good turnouts at open houses and generally at auctions you get a good result. “Though the unit and townhouse market is a little slower. “Houses in the area tend to be tightly held, we only see about 70 sales a year.“It is very much a family oriented suburb and families are always looking to buy in the area.”
Officers of the municipal policestation served the warrant issued by Judge Edgar Tupas of the Regional TrialCourt Branch 46 here. BACOLOD City – A man was nabbed in ahouse raid in Barangay Blumentritt, Murcia, Negros Occidental. Armed with a search warrant, officersof the municipal police station raided the house of 55-year-old Danilo Severinoaround 7 a.m. on Wednesday, a police report showed. Recovered from the house were a.45-caliber pistol with 27 live bullets, four magazines and a live bullet of a5.56mm-caliber firearm. Severino was detained in the custodialfacility of the Murcia police station, facing charges for violation of RepublicAct 10591, or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act./PN
IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds – 1. Brian Schultz, Casa Grande, Ariz., 686; 2. Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz., 672; 3. John Parmeley, Phoenix, Ariz., 616; 4. Jeffry Sheppard Jr., Golden Valley, Ariz., 583; 5. Zane DeVilbiss, Farmington, N.M., 566; 6. Tyler Mecl, Queen Creek, Ariz., 494; 7. Lance Mari, El Centro, Calif., 477; 8. R.C. Whitwell, Bakersfield, Calif., 428; 9. Chaz Baca, Mesa, Ariz., 426; 10. Dean Abbey, Roanoke, Texas, 424; 11. Johnny Morris Jr., Queen Creek, Ariz., 416; 12. Don Earven, Globe, Ariz., 403; 13. Marlyn Seidler, Underwood, N.D., 375; 14. Sean Stewart, Bullhead City, Ariz., 373; 15. Tim Ward, Gilbert, Ariz., 372; 16. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif., 360; 17. Josh Vogt, Santa Maria, Calif., 343; 18. John P. Gober, Poolville, Texas, 341; 19. William Gould, Calera, Okla., 328; 20. Eric Center, Mesa, Ariz., 320.IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Logan Scherb, Paradise, Texas, 338; 2. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 335; 3. 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The 29-year-old Sorensen, who was born in Germany, broke his opponent four times and needed just 50 minutes to wrap up one of the best wins of his career 6-4 6-1. Next up for world number 236 Sorensen is a meeting with third seed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain. Spanish sixth seed Guillermo Garcia-Lopez recovered from a nightmare second set to book his place in the second round. Garcia-Lopez won the first set but dropped the second 6-1 to Italian world number 140 Marco Cecchinato, before rallying to claim a 6-4 1-6 7-5 victory in 121 minutes. Garcia-Lopez will next face Swiss qualifier Yann Marti, who continued his fine run with a 7-5 6-4 win over lucky loser and compatriot Henri Laaksonen. Colombian Santiago Giraldo was another seed safely through as the 26-year-old needed just 62 minutes to see off Croatia’s Mate Delic 6-4 6-2 Giraldo will next face Russian qualifier Philipp Davydenko, who kept his nerve to overcome Slovenia’s Blaz Rola 6-4 7-6 (10/8). Czech Lukas Rosol saw off German wild card Alexander Zverev 7-6 (9/7) 7-6 (11/9), Daniel Gimeno-Traver beat Germany’s Peter Gojowczyk 7-5 6-3, and Benjamin Becker was a 3-6 6-2 6-2 winner over Benoit Paire. Irish lucky loser Louk Sorensen booked his place in the second round of the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart with a straight-sets win over 68-ranked Dutchman Igor Sijsling on Wednesday. Press Association
Monaco: Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas has revealed that his great-grandmother, who is aged 95, has successfully recovered from COVID-19.Fabregas also lauded the doctors and nurses who he said are working tirelessly in these tough times when the entire world is reeling from the effect of the pandemic.”She has overcome coronavirus at 95 years of age. Yesterday the report came out negative,” Fabregas said in a tweet in Spanish on Wednesday.”My great-grandmother is a super heroine but none of this would have been possible without the doctors and nurses who are giving their lives at the moment so that we all can live a little bit better during these difficult times,” he added.Fabregas’ Monaco was placed at the ninth spot when the French Ligue 1 was suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe recently told country’s national assembly that “the 2019-20 season of professional sports, including football, will not be able to resume” before September. IANSAlso Read: Guardiola wants to coach in Premier League: Cesc FabregasAlso Watch: Quick Shoppe in Guwahati takes precautionary measures against the spread of Coronavirus
(ESPNCricinfio) – West Indies 174 for 2 (Bravo 73*, Brathwaite 55) trail Pakistan Cricket Board Patrons XI 308 (A Akmal 69, Iftikhar 63, Bishoo 5-107) by 134 runs.Scorecard and ball-by-ball detailsDarren Bravo and Kraigg Brathwaite found some form with the bat on the second day of the West Indies tour game against the PCB Patrons XI. Both batsmen struck fifties and shared an 82-run partnership for the second wicket as the West Indies ended the day on 174 for 2 in response to the PCB Patrons XI score of 308.Bravo was unbeaten at stumps on 73 off 178 deliveries, having anchored the side through his partnerships with Brathwaite and Shai Hope (58 for the third wicket). He struck 12 fours and two sixes, while Brathwaite, who scored 55 off 131 deliveries, struck four fours before he was dismissed. Leon Johnson was the only other West Indian batsman to be dismissed on the day, falling to Ahmed Jamal for 11.Earlier, PCB Patrons XI resumed from an overnight score of 241 for 5 and went on to hit 67 runs off nearly 14 overs before being bowled out for 308. Adnan Akmal, who was unbeaten on 26 overnight, took the lead, scoring 69 off 67 balls with 10 fours.He had support from Asif Zakir,as the pair stretched their overnight partnership of 34 runs to 85 before the stand was broken by Devendra Bishoo. The pair scored at a rate of 4.81 and were eventually dismissed in successive overs with the total close to 300.Bishoo, who had taken three wickets on the first day, completed his five-for and conceded 107 runs, while Holder took the remaining three wickets on the second day.
With the Badgers forced to go to the air more in Saturday’s 41-24 victory over Indiana, most Wisconsin fans were probably a bit nervous. Adding to their trepidation was the loss of senior tight end Owen Daniels on the first play from scrimmage with an ankle injury.Daniels has been somewhat of a security blanket to quarterback John Stocco over the last two years, and he had 11 receptions for 140 yards and three touchdowns this season coming into the game.But with Daniels relegated to the bench with a boot on his left leg, Stocco showed that he is just as comfortable throwing to Brandon Williams and Jonathan Orr as the passing game succeeded mainly in one-on-one coverage.”For us to be successful today, [Williams] was going to have to have a good game,” co-offensive coordinator Paul Chryst said. “We obviously want to be able to get him the ball.”Jason Pociask played a solid game in Daniels’ absence. Usually more of a blocking tight end, the senior caught his first pass of the season, a 10-yard gain. Senior Joel Nellis also pitched in when the Badgers went with a two-tight-end formation.”We didn’t play with some good players,” Chryst said. “Yet the trademark of this program is guys stepping up and playing well.”Details on Daniels’ injury and a timetable for return are unknown.Badgers will continue to be without Bernstein: For the second time in as many weeks, Brian Calhoun had to do most of his running without the blocking help of senior fullback Matt Bernstein. While it had previously been unclear, it was revealed after Saturday’s game that the captain will most likely be out for an extended time.”Matt’s probably going to be out for a few weeks,” head coach Barry Alvarez said.With the Hoosier defense keying on Calhoun, the junior still managed to eclipse the 100-yard rushing mark, but he did so while gaining less than four yards per carry and did not break off a run of more than 17 yards.The Badgers actually had to go one spot further down the depth chart in the game when backup Chris Pressley was also injured, forcing Bill Rentmeester to see action in the second half. But even relegated to the third-string fullback, Alvarez refused to let that be an excuse for a mediocre rushing game.”Pressley hurt his ankle in the first half, so we’re down to a third fullback,” Alvarez said. “But that’s no reason. [Indiana] did a good job, give them credit.”But the loss of Bernstein could no doubt come back to haunt them. Listed at 6-foot-2, 266 pounds, the senior can run like he weighs 250 and block like he weighs more than 300 pounds, acting as an extra offensive lineman in two-back sets.The Badgers know that other teams will focus on Calhoun now, and that will only make the loss of Bernstein even more important.Hayden makes impact after injury: Sometimes you find players that just won’t let anything stop them from playing in the game.Late in the third quarter, defensive lineman Nick Hayden left the game, favoring his arm. It looked as if Hayden would have an offensive series to shake off the injury, as the Badgers got the ball back, but Stocco threw an interception on the first play of the drive, bringing the defense back onto the field.Hayden, freshly equipped with an elbow brace, quickly returned to the game and made an instant impact. In just his second play back, the sophomore forced Yamar Washington to fumble the football and the Badgers recovered.”Injuries happen, bruises happen,” Hayden said. “You just have to keep going and play through it.”On the very next possession, Joe Monty sacked Indiana quarterback Blake Powers, forcing a fumble; it was none other than Hayden who was there to fall on the loose ball as the defense created their second straight turnover.”I just stepped up and made big plays right there,” Hayden said. “I just happened to be in the right spot at the right time.”
In 2013 edition held in China, Egypt’s men team led by mar Assar stunned the world to claim bronze medal ahead of Germany in the third place tie.Already, the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF) has named a five-man team led by seven-time Olympian Segun Toriola for the championship. The team also includes world number 19, Aruna Quadri, Olajide Omotayo, Bode Abiodun and Azeez Solanke.Like Nigeria, Egypt is the African women champion and they have named Dina Meshref, Reem El-Eraky, Yousra Helmy, Marwa Alhodaby and Farah Abdel-Aziz.The tournament will feature teams of the standard of Olympic Games, as a dress rehearsal for the showpiece event in 2020. With such high stakes, there is no thread of favourites in table tennis which can afford to exclude the behemoth that is Team China.The European contingent is well represented at the Word Cup, and while Team Germany will only have their men’s team as qualified contestants, they are sure to be more than a handful for everyone.Providing an elite contingent across both events, the Japanese teams will have a strong list of names competing at home with an extra bit of motivation to give their fans a preview of things to come next year.The South Korean side arriving shortly in Japan will have some household names in their ranks. Jeon Jihee has long been a role model for aspiring young players across the country, and the career highlights of Suh Hyowon are always inspiring. The upcoming kid on the block, Shin Yubin will have Yang Haeun lending her experience, as well as the youngster who has a history of beating Japanese athletes: Choi Hyojoo.Finally, even with the absence of Mattias Falck, Team Sweden will want to leave a mark on the proceedings in Japan as they compete in the men’s team event. Kristian Karlsson and Jon Persson will have 2019 ITTF Challenge Croatia Open champion Anton Källberg for company, as well as upcoming prodigy Truls Moregard.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram African champions, Nigeria and Egypt will represent continent at the 2019 ITTF Team World Cup holding at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.The five-day serves off on November 6 to 10 and it is a table tennis test event for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to be hosted by Japan.Nigeria secured their place at the tournament following their triumph at the 2018 African Championships held in Mauritius and the West African side will be returning to the tournament after their last appearance in 2010.