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 said: “The Camp Nou is just a stadium, quite big, but it’s not a football temple.”Once again, he refuses to name his side favourites: “If you play against Barcelona, you are certainly not favourites.”The Liverpool boss finishes up: “This is a fantastic game for all football supporters.”Interestingly, Liverpool defender, Virgil Van Dijk is returning to the Nou Camp tonight hoping to erase the memory of his only other appearance at the home of Barcelona.The newly-crowned Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year was a member of the Celtic team humiliated 6-1 in December 2013 – they were 6-0 down after 72 minutes.What was more galling on that night was that Lionel Messi was not even playing.There is no chance of that happening this night, with the Argentina international being handed generous periods of rest by coach Ernesto Valverde in the games leading up to this Champions League semi-final first leg, but Van Dijk is relishing the prospect. He is also looking to address his history with Barcelona.“It is a nice stadium, an historic stadium and for me it was a great experience to play over there,’ said the Holland captain.“It was my first time, my only time and my last time so far so I am looking forward to playing them again, one of the best teams in the world, but I think this can be totally different than when I was there the last time.’Despite Celtic’s result, Van Dijk came away with plenty of plaudits but – despite that – he was not happy with the performance.“I saw some videos, but if you are losing 6-1, as a defender, you can’t say you had a good game,’ he added.“But the good thing for me personally was I took a lot of experience from that night and that helped me, obviously.”Van Dijk’s imperious form, and the way he has marshalled Liverpool’s defence this season to concede just 20 goals in 36 Premier League matches, should help in combating the threat of Messi.However, the Dutchman knows that is easier said than done.“Yeah, I think he is the best player in the world, I have said that before,’ he said.“But you see how we play, how we defend, we don’t defend one v one, we defend all together and we attack all together as well – so we will see. We will be ready.“The situation is that we are in the semi-final against Barcelona and we are going to face one of the best players…I think the best player in the world.“But it is not only him, the whole team has a lot of quality and we will prepare well and that is what we are going to do.‘We have also a very good team so we can compete there as well so it is not “ike we are going there for a holiday or something.’It is another huge week for the club, who remain in the title race with the relentless Manchester City, who have a one-point advantage heading into the final two Premier League matches.Many – including former Manchester United defender-turned-pundit Gary Neville – were sceptical of Liverpool’s capacity to maintain a challenge on two fronts, but they have disproved all the doubters.“You definitely want to be in the title race and you definitely want to be in the semi-final, and hopefully you get through to the final,’ said Van Dijk.‘The situation is how it is and I said many times before, we have to enjoy it, show what we have been doing almost the whole season and keep working hard and never give up.“I see what we have. I see the players we have, I see the management and the way we play football so it is not really a big surprise.‘But you still have do it and we have to do it on Wednesday as well. It is going to be unbelievably tough.“You need to be ready for problems and we will be and hopefully we can get a good result or a result we can take with us back to Anfield and we are going to try everything to go through to the final.’“The reverse fixture is scheduled to take place at Anfield next week Tuesday. Barcelona have recently secured the La Liga crown while the Reds are still fighting for their first-ever trophy in the modern edition of the Premier League with Manchester City.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Barcelona will today host Liverpool at the famous Camp Nou which the Liverpool German specialist, Jurgen Klopp does not consider ‘a football temple’. To Klopp, it is just an ordinary stadium. He however admitted ‘it’s always difficult to play there: “You see the other teams who have a bad time when they play there.”But an explosive UEFA Champions League semi-final clash is well anticipated. Klopp, according to Spanish publication, Tribuna, delivers a rather controversial statement as he previews the semi-finals clash.During an interview with DAZN, a subscription video streaming service owned by Perform Group, the German specialist diminished a bit the importance of the Camp Nou stadium which is a bit strange given he has been coaching at such iconic venues as Westfalenstadion at Borussia Dortmund and Anfield Road.
Drawn against Atlabara of South Sudan in the two-leg preliminary round this year, the Cameroon outfit are favoured to secure a last-32 place.While Coton have the experience of 15 previous Champions League campaigns behind them, Atlabara suffered a preliminary-round loss in a lone previous challenge.Coton and Atlabara are among 46 clubs in action this weekend as an exciting new chapter in the Champions League unfolds.Total prize money has soared from $5.7 million (5.4 million euros) to $12.5 million, a 119.30 percent increase.The group phase — where the cash kicks in — has been expanded from eight to 16 clubs with participants guaranteed at least $550,000 each.For clubs dreaming of going all the way and succeeding where Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa did last year, the “carrot” is a $2.5 million first prize.Sundowns are among nine clubs given byes on merit into the round of 32, with record eight-time champions Al Ahly another.Preliminary participants include V Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1973 winners of the African Cup of Champions Clubs, forerunner to the Champions League.The Kinshasa outfit face Royal Leopard of Swaziland and can call on Joyce Lomalisa Mutambala, a defender with unhappy memories of the 2017 Cup of Nations.He was the only player sent off in the 32-match tournament, having come off the bench in a win over Morocco and been yellow-carded twice within 17 minutes.Former title-holders in the second-tier CAF Confederation Cup, Stade Malien of Mali, FUS Rabat of Morocco and AC Leopards of Congo Brazzaville, play this weekend.Stade face Barrack Young Controllers II of Liberia, FUS meet Johansen of Sierra Leone and Leopards play UMS Loum of Cameroon.Others in action include three clubs who won the now defunct African Cup Winners Cup, Enugu Rangers of Nigeria, Horoya of Guinea and Al Merrikh of Sudan.Enugu tackle JS Saoura of Algeria, Horoya confront Goree of Senegal and Merrikh challenge Sony Ela Nguema of Equatorial Guinea.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 Sserunkuma is expected to lead KCCA’s attack today. PHOTO KCCA MEDIAFridayChampions LeagueKCCA (UGA) v Primeiro Agosto (ANG) 4pm , Phillip Omondi StadiumSaturdayCAF CupVipers (UGA) v Volcan (COM) 4.pm, Mandela stadium NambooleJohannesburg, South Africa | AFP |Up to 18 players at the just-completed Africa Cup of Nations could be involved in the new-look CAF Champions League when it kicks off this weekend.Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) take on Angolan outfit Primeiro Agosto with Cranes African Cup of Nations stars Timothy Awany, Geofrey Sserunkuma and Joseph Ochaya expected in action.Vipers, who had Nicholas Wadada and Hassan Wasswa at the Nations Cup, play tomorrow.Among the 18 from the rest of Africa who featured in Gabon 2017 is Georges Bokwe, one of two unused goalkeepers in the Cameroon squad that defeated Egypt in the final last Sunday in Gabon.Bokwe was kept out of the starting line-up by the consistent brilliance of Spain-based Fabrice Ondoa, who was included in the team of the tournament.But Bokwe is the first choice for regular Champions League entrants Coton Sport from northern Cameroon cotton town Garoua.Coton qualified for the 2008 final, losing to Al Ahly of Egypt, but have fared poorly recently with first round exits in the past two seasons.
Visitors with respiratory conditions or fever will not be allowed.Limit visitors to immediate family only.Visitors must be age 18 or older.All public meetings and gatherings at Providence facilities have been canceled.You can protect yourself from COVID-19 infection the same ways you protect against the common cold or seasonal flu:Clean your hands. Alcohol gel works well in most situations, but hand washing with soap and water for 20-30 seconds, should be performed after going to the bathroom, before eating, or when your hands are visibly soiled.Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Then perform hand hygiene. (Putting a tissue on a table contaminates the surface of the table with germs.)Routinely disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, using a cleaning spray or wipe.Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.Practice social distancing.Stay home when you are sick.At our Providence Medical Group Clinics, we are also taking extra precautions in light of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). All primary care patient appointments are being contacted by MA/RN phone calls asking the screening questions prior to arrival. If the patient needs triage, the call is routed to a RN to triage and give recommendations. Voicemails are left if we are not able to reach the patient asking the patient to contact the centralized triage nurse prior to coming in for the appt. If patients are negative for screening but have respiratory symptoms and insists on being seen, they are instructed to mask upon entry into the clinic and to remain masked throughout the entire visit.Currently, we have two triage RNs taking calls. Any patient who calls the call center with respiratory symptoms is routed to the RN to triage. We are strongly encouraging all patients to treat symptomatically at home if possible and isolate themselves. Do not go to work sick or attend public gatherings if symptomatic.At the Providence Community Care Center, the social service hub in downtown Olympia serving the homeless population, will be closing the day room and outdoor space portion of the center, effective March 17, until further notice. After special consideration and discussion with our Thurston County Health Department, we feel it is necessary to do our part to limit public gatherings and support social distancing.Providence will continue offering mental health and medication services to the vulnerable population who a currently receiving services at the center. This service will be provided by appointment only. No new individuals will be accepted for appointments at this time. We will be screening patients at the door and will only permit access to an appointment, if individual does not have symptoms of infectious disease.These are necessary steps to promote safety and limit the public gathering at all Providence facilities. We will continue to disinfect all areas of the center, and insist guests use proper hand hygiene as they enter the building for appointments.We will not be actively testing for COVID-19 at the Providence Community Care Center. If a guest presents who does have symptoms we are partnering with the Thurston County Public Health to put a plan in place to help meet the need for testing homeless in our community.We are monitoring this matter closely and will make adjustments, as necessary. We appreciate your help in keeping our patients, caregivers and community safe. We expect we will put additional precautions in place over the next few weeks and we will continue to update media outlets as well as the public as the information becomes available.The latest information can be found on www.providence.org/swupdate. Facebook65Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Providence Medical GroupAt Providence, safety is our priority. We are taking extra precautions in light of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). To prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19 or exposing patients, their visitors and our caregivers, we have modified our visitation policy at Providence St. Peter and Centralia Hospital. This allows us to promote safety, and conserve supplies needed to treat and control the spread of infectious disease. This new policy will be effective until further notice. We are monitoring this matter closely and will make adjustments, as necessary.We understand the importance of seeing loved ones while they are receiving care, and know the value visitors bring to our patients. However, during this time, we encourage our patients and their loved ones to communicate more through phone and video calls. If our patients don’t have video capabilities on their personal devices, we will attempt to make this technology available upon request during their stay.Visitor restrictions include:No more than two visitors in the hospital at a time per patient.Please don’t wait to visit in waiting rooms we are asking visitors not to congregate in public areas. Plan ahead and stagger visiting times.