The home at 20 Page Close, Cashmere, is on the market.ENJOY peaceful living in this family home on a 1250sq m block with bushland at the back and a koala corridor at the front. The home at 20 Page Close, Cashmere has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of yard space. Marketing agent Mark Rumsey of David Deane Real Estate Strathpine said the home was in a quiet street in a sought-after estate. “Completed only three years ago, the home has been tastefully appointed with modern fixtures and finishes, and is ideally positioned in a quiet, leafy cul-de-sac,” he said. The home is on a 1250sq m block.The home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens through sliding doors to the back patio. The kitchen has stone benchtops, dishwasher and 900mm stainless-steel electric oven with gas cooktop. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe, and all the bedrooms are generous in size. There is a separate rumpus room that the current owners use as a dedicated media room, but could also be a formal lounge. The kitchen has an island bench and plenty of cupboards.The home has quality tiles and carpet throughout, security doors and screens, NBN installed, a big laundry with extra storage and insulation. Outside there is a large garden shed, 3000-litre water tank, side access and space to park a caravan or boat. There is also a double lockup garage and the property has been landscaped. The open plan living area opens to the outdoor entertaining area.The current owners said the home had a rural feel with all the convenience of a suburban location. They said they would miss the quiet, peaceful area and the lovely neighbourhood.“Boasting an impressive list of features, this home truly has to be seen to be appreciated,” Mr Rumsey said.The home is on the market for offers over $689,000.
“He was hating too hard and he had to sit down,” Gillon said, “so I just played with him a little bit.”Before he straddled the line between cockiness and confidence, before he sunk a 3-pointer to send the game to overtime, before he did anything that will go down in the Syracuse history books, Gillon was tasked with helping lock down one of the best players in the country. Dennis Smith Jr., the N.C. State freshman point guard projected as a top-five NBA Draft pick, took only two shots in the first half and had five points to show for it. Sure, he created in other ways, but Gillon won the battle of the floor generals with 16 points in the first 20 minutes.As Smith began showing why he would probably be in the national player of the year conversation if the Wolfpack was better (he finished with a triple-double at 13 points, 15 assists and 11 rebounds), Gillon and Syracuse fell deeper into the misery that has so often been right by its side away from home. Down 16 and under nine minutes left, Syracuse looked lifeless. Double-digit losses awaited, and it was only the first day of February.One Gillon 3-pointer and Syracuse wouldn’t totally throw in the towel, now down 11. Two, and now it just seemed like a tease, down seven. A third, and all of a sudden a four-point game. Not a fourth, right? Oh yes, a fourth. N.C. State up one, 77-76, Gillon only foreshadowing what was next.“That was crazy,” freshman Tyus Battle said. “He was extremely hot.”Syracuse didn’t tie the game until Gillon’s pair of free throws with 39 seconds left. But in short order, Maverick Rowan canned a corner 3 with just over 10 seconds remaining, putting the Wolfpack ahead, 87-84 .Andrew White was too close, actually, but it turned out to give Gillon just enough space. It looked like a broken play, Gillon trapped near the corner between White and Rowan. The latter stuck his hand mere inches from Gillon’s face, but it wasn’t enough. Somehow, Gillon hit it. With the night he was having, of course he did. “A near impossible shot,” according to Boeheim.“When he started dribbling to the sideline, I was like, ‘Oh no, what are you doing?’ but then when he put it up and he double-clutched it and I saw it go in, I went crazy,” Battle said. “I was like, ‘Wow, that’s big time right there.’”Gillon only scored from the foul line in overtime, four times, but his work was already done. After the game, he embraced with the man whose mark he tied, and McNamara told Gillon it was one of the best individual shows he’s ever seen.As he hopped through the tunnel after the game, Gillon couldn’t help but flash a wide grin. He high-fived and chest-bumped Tyler Lydon, before continuing into the bowels of an arena he may never step foot in again but one he now owns.“I told y’all we could get ‘em,” he said. Comments Published on February 1, 2017 at 11:24 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman RALEIGH, N.C. — Most Syracuse players stood while John Gillon slumped in a chair in the middle of Syracuse’s locker room, almost as if he was hiding from the spotlight. He tried masking a smirk every time his teammates barked at him. His phone was blowing up, at 50 messages but bound to skyrocket well beyond that.“Are you guys looking for John Gillon? That’s him, right there.”“Hold up John. How many points you have?”“He was shootin’ on them motherf*ckers!”Forty-three points. Thirteen shots. One herculean effort to bring Syracuse back from the dead. Gillon’s nine 3-pointers tied an SU single-game record and broke the PNC Arena mark set by two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry when he was at Davidson. The fifth-year senior’s 43 points were tied for the fourth most in program history and the most by a Syracuse player since 2004, when Gerry McNamara exploded for 43 against BYU in the NCAA Tournament. Jim Boeheim said this was better.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange hadn’t won away from home since the end of last season after coming back from 16 down in the second half to top Virginia in the Elite Eight. With 8:44 remaining on Wednesday, Syracuse trailed by 16 again. But with a wink, a heave and one of the best performances in program history, Gillon carried the Orange (14-9, 6-4 Atlantic Coast) to a 100-93 overtime win over North Carolina State (14-9, 3-7) for SU’s first win away from the Carrier Dome this season.“I don’t think I can remember one like that,” Boeheim said. “That was pretty good.”Gillon’s night can be summed up in one bat of the eye. After drawing a foul on a drive to the rim, and before he walked to the line with Syracuse down 84-82 and 39 seconds left, Gillon heard a fan sitting courtside blurting curse words in his direction. Gillon circled toward the fan, looked him square in the eye and winked with his right eye. Then he stepped to the line and hit a pair of foul shots to tie the game.MORE COVERAGE What we learned from Syracuse’s 100-93 victory over North Carolina StateFan reactions from Syracuse’s 100-93 win against North Carolina State Facebook Twitter Google+
The setback will take Guerrero up to opening day, which means he likely will not make the active roster to start the season. Guerro’s status to start the 2019 season in the minors has come under controversy and caught the attention of the Major League Baseball Players Association in recent weeks.The organization indicated earlier this month that they will monitor Toronto to ensure it isn’t manipulating the young slugger’s service time.Despite slashing .381/.437/.636 with 20 home runs in the minors, Guerrero didn’t get a September call-up last season. Per #BlueJays, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has a grade 1 strain of his left oblique. Happened on Friday March 8.Team estimates he’ll be back in three weeks.— Ben Nicholson-Smith (@bnicholsonsmith) March 10, 2019Guerrero initially suffered the injury Friday against Pittsburgh in his most recent Grapefruit League game, but it’s not clear how or when the injury happened. Blue Jays top prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will be sidelined due to a grade 1 strain of his left oblique. The 19-year-old third baseman is expected to miss three weeks, the team announced Sunday (via Sportsnet).
email@example.com Share on: WhatsApp Jacob Kiplimo wins. PHOTO @IAAFORGThe persistent calls for increased funding towards sports grew louder when a Ugandan teenager, Jacob Kiplimo won gold at the IAAF Cross country championship that was held in Uganda recently- saying the country has enormous, untapped potential. Seventeen year old Kiplimo won gold in the U20 category in the 8km race, the first gold for Uganda in a World Cross Country championship organised by International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF). Various players in the sports arena have urged Ugandan authorities to significantly increase its sports budget to cater to the abundance of talent in the country. The government had promised to construct a high altitude training centre for athletes in Kapchorwa but the project has failed to take off. Analysts say the absence of facilities is what prompts stars like Kiplimo to train from neighbouring Kenya.****
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