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176 Dunlin Drive, Burleigh Waters. 176 Dunlin Drive, Burleigh Waters.Ray White Broadbeach agent Troy Fitzgerald shared a similar view. He said buyers also had more confidence in the Gold Coast property market. “Houses that were priced under $1 million are now worth more than $1 million due to that growth,” he said. “There are certain pockets along the coastline — from Mermaid Beach right through to Palm Beach that were under $1 million, but because of their location and vicinity to the beach, they have had some good growth.” Mr Fitzgerald is marketing 176 Dunlin Drive, Burleigh Waters at $1.25 million.The waterfront four-bedroom house is on a 703sq m block in Burleigh Cove.Burleigh Waters has experienced a 30 per cent increase over the past three years. 176 Dunlin Drive, Burleigh Waters is on the market for $1.25 million.THE GOLD Coast’s $1 million-plus market is heating up with about 600 houses now advertised in this price bracket each week.CoreLogic data shows the figure is up from about 550 listings at the same time last year, and around 520 properties two years ago. This week CoreLogic shows 637 Gold Coast houses listed above $1 million.Harcourts Coastal director Dane Atherton said the increase came down to price growth on the Coast. “The band between $600,000 and $800,000 is where a lot of transactions happen with Gold Coast property,” he said. “You have some of those properties that are now jumping into the million-dollar bracket. “Properties on the waterfront at Mermaid Waters are a good example. “Some of them, which would have transacted in the $800,000s and $900,000s a few years ago, would have slipped up into the million-dollar price range now.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoMr Atherton said increased buyer demand had driven growth.
By Jerry MackeyWEST LIBERTY, Iowa (Aug. 13) – Saturday night’s racing action at West Liberty Raceway featured Fan Appreciation Night along with Kids’ Back To School Night. The huge crowd was treated to a great night of racing and the kids received Back To School Supplies and also had a $1,355 nickel scramble.Despite nearly seven inches of rain the last couple of days in the West Liberty area, the crew was able to provide the drivers with a great track and the drivers responded with providing an exciting night of wheel to wheel racing in all classes.The Performance Concepts IMCA Modifieds were the headline division with 24 cars in attendance. Jerry Luloff scored his second win of 2016 in topping a very strong field. Luloff advanced from his third row start and took the lead on lap eight en route to the win. Kurt Kile advanced from a sixth row start to finish second at the finish line ahead of Chris Zogg.The 25 lap iWireless IMCA Late Model feature belonged to Rob Moss. He shot out front at the drop of the green flag from his outside front row start and went on to record the win. Chad Holladay was second and 45-year racing veteran Ron Boyse rounded out the top three.Dalton Simonsen came from deep in the pack to score another Weikert Iron & Metal IMCA Northern SportMod feature win. Cory VanZante took second at the stripe ahead of Dave Wada.David Brandies took another comfortable win in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car division. Brandies broke out of the pack early and went on to score an easy win over Johnny Spaw and Todd Reitzler.The US 6 Bodyworks IMCA Sport Compact win went to Steve Struck. The 10-lap feature saw Struck come from a fourth row start and shoot into the lead on lap 3 en route to the win.
Mrs. Dorothy Mae (Roland) Park, age 78, of Florence, Indiana, entered this life on October 6, 1940, in Grant County, Kentucky, the daughter of the late, Arthur and Martha Katherine (Wainscott) Roland. She was raised in Aurora, Indiana, where she attended school. Dorothy was united in marriage on November 6, 1954, in Switzerland County, Indiana, to the late, Orville Robinson. This union was blessed with three daughters, Helen, Deanna and Kathy. She was later united in marriage on April 19, 1980, in Nashville, Indiana, to the late, Raymond Clarence Park. Dorothy and Raymond shared over 37 years of marriage together until he passed away on December 1, 2017. Dorothy was employed for the Plastic Molding Factory in East Enterprise, Indiana, for 15 years and for Randall’s Textron in Vevay, Indiana, for five years. She was also employed for TG & Y in Madison, Indiana and in South Carolina. Dorothy co-owned and co-operated Ray’s Package Store in Vevay, Indiana, for 10 years. She also co-owned and co-operated Robinson Laundromat in Vevay, Indiana, for five years. Dorothy had resided in the Switzerland County community since 1967. She was a faithful patron of the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and Veteran’s Organizations. Dorothy enjoyed going out on the boat and fishing with Raymond, driving a golf-cart, traveling and keeping a meticulous home and lawn. Dorothy passed away with her loving family by her side at 8:50 a.m., Saturday, December 29, 2018, at her residence.Dorothy will be deeply missed by her daughters, Helen Marie Wainscott of Vevay, IN, Deanna Dolby and her husband: Chris of Sanders, KY and Kathy Wyatt and her husband: Stan of Perry Park, KY; her grandchildren, Jeremy Springer and his companion, Vanessa, Amanda Dunavent and her husband, Chad and Samantha Dowey and her husband, Steve; her great-grandchildren, Kyndal, Izzy, Maddie, Dolan and Hunter; her grand puppies, Bentley, Truman and Maggie; her brothers, Charles Roland and his wife, Barbara of Aurora, IN and Raymond Roland and his companion, Cheryl of Bear Branch, IN and her several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Martha Katherine (Wainscott) Roland; her husband, Raymond Clarence Park, died December 1, 2017 and her brother, Marvin R. Roland, died May 29, 2016.Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, January 2, 2019, at 1:00 p.m., by Bro. Joe Kendall at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Friends may call 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 2, 2019, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to the Vevay American Legion Post #185 Relief Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.com
RelatedPosts Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years messiAcross 13 years of top-flight football in Italy, England and France, Balotelli has bagged 151 goals in 381 appearances, getting his hands on three Serie A titles, one Premier League title and the Champions League. The controversial Italian has also played alongside and against some of the biggest stars in world football, meaning it should be fairly straightforward for him to put together an all-time dream XI. When asked to name his team during a Puma Football Instagram chat with Thierry Henry, Balotelli picked former Inter teammate Julio Cesar in goal. At the back, Italy legends Alessandro Nesta and Fabio Cannavaro sit at centre-half, with Maicon and Maxwell in the full-back slots. Andrea Pirlo is deployed in the holding midfield slot, with Man City icon Yaya Toure and Liverpool great Gerrard positioned just in front of the silky Italian. Balotelli has opted for Antonio Cassano at No.10, who he played alongside for Gli Azzurri. Surprisingly, the 29-year-old has left himself out of the team. Then again, it becomes a lot less surprising when taking a look at the attackers in his team – none other than Brazil hero Ronaldo and Barcelona superstar Messi. Juve ace Ronaldo failed to make the cut, however, despite scoring almost double the amount of career goals as his namesake. “Pirlo guarantees you 10 goals a year, Yaya can do it all,” Balotelli said. “That’s a good team I think, although I left you [Henry] out, I left Cristiano [Ronaldo] out.” Balotelli also reflected on his time in England, saying: “I only have good memories of the Premier League. “The Premier League is the best. The French league is physical too, though.”Tags: Cristiano RonaldoLionel MessiSerie AUltimate XI
LONDON: England pace spearhead James Anderson has said it is the responsibility of cricketers to ensure the game is for everyone and the recent killing of African-American George Floyd, which has caused global protests, has made him ‘do a lot of thinking’.”That’s just not okay,” Anderson said on Cricbuzz. “As a game we need to actively make this game for everyone. It can’t keep going the way it is. It’s just not okay.” Anderson said the last few weeks had been “thought-provoking” and added that the England squad would discuss whether they wanted to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement during next month’s Test series against the West Indies. “Absolutely I expect that to be a conversation we have,” he said. “It’s made me do a lot of thinking. We will have conversations about what we can do as players to make a stand, definitely.” Anderson, who had been out of the game since injuring his rib during the South Africa tour in January, also spoke about the abuse faced by England teammate Jofra Archer during a tour of New Zealand last year where he was not present. “It’s something as players and a game we need to be more active,” he said. “It’s made me think, have I experienced racism on a cricket field? I couldn’t remember any instances. I wasn’t in New Zealand when Jofra (Archer) was racially abused. It made me think and it made me think have I turned a blind eye to things? I’d try to support my team-mates if they did suffer any sort of abuse but have I been active in supporting them?” Meanwhile, West Indies cricketer Darren Sammy after pointing that he has been subjected to racial slur in the Sunrisers Hyderabad dressing room has now revealed that he had a conversation with one of them and is looking at ways to educate people against racism. The all-rounder had expressed anger upon realising the meaning of the word ‘kaalu’ which he said was used to refer to him and Sri Lanka’s Thisara Perera when the pair played for SRH. In fact, an Ishant Sharma post from 2014 confirmed the same. Sammy in a new tweet has now said that he had a conversation with one of the guys and is happy to believe the cricketer and said that he would look forward to educating people against racism. IANS Also watch: Morning Bulletin | 12th June, 2020
New Delhi: WV Raman, the former India batsman, has pipped Gary Kirsten for the post of the India women’s cricket team coach. A BCCI source told PTI that Raman, who is currently a batting consultant at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru, got the post despite dissent from members of the panel appointed to select the next coach. “Kirsten was the top choice for the BCCI ad-hoc selection committee but Raman got the job as the South African was not keen on giving up his plum job with IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore,” a BCCI official said. Raman, who played 11 Tests and 27 ODIs, is now one of the most qualified coaches in the country. He has coached big Ranji Trophy teams like Tamil Nadu and Bengal, and has also had a stint with the India U-19 team. From his cricketing days, Raman is best remembered for being the first Indian to score a century in South Africa during the 1992-93 tour.Read More | Mithali-Powar face-off has hurt India women’s cricket: RangaswamyRamesh Powar, whose tenure as coach was not renewed following India’s controversial loss in the semi-final of the ICC Women’s World T20 against England, was interviewed but reportedly not shortlisted. Following the defeat, differences emerged from the Indian dressing room that there was a face-off between Powar and the team’s star player Mithali Raj. Powar termed Mithali ‘aloof’ and ‘difficult to handle’ while Mithali lashed out at Powar and Committee of Administrators member Diana Edulji. Powar’s controversial interim tenure ended on November 30 but he decided to apply after T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur and her deputy Smriti Mandhana came out in strong support of the former India spinner.Read More | Kohli continues to rule the batting charts in the cricketing worldThe Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), comprising Chairman Vinod Rai and former India captain Diana Edulji, have been divided over the coach selection process. However, BCCI acting treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry and Edulji launched a joint attack on Rai. With the Supreme Court’s next hearing scheduled for January 17, the treasurer said it would have been appropriate to conduct the interviews after the hearing to avoid running into legal tangles. “Would it not be appropriate to wait till the 17th of January, ie; the next date of hearing before the SC and keep the present matter of coach selection in abeyance till then and have either (Ramesh) Powar continue or have someone else take charge till then?” Chaudhry wrote in his letter. “It would avoid unnecessary legal issues and unwanted controversy.An ad-hoc selection committee, comprising former captain Kapil Dev, Anshuman Gaekwad and Shantha Rangaswamy, has recommended the names to the Board. Chaudhry said the BCCI cannot approve an appointment in the current situation. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts, (CMC) – Test discard Kieran Powell stroked his fourth List A hundred to cancel out a wonderful century from Assad Fudadin, as Leeward Islands Hurricanes won their third on the trot with a dominant eight-wicket victory over Jamaica Scorpions here Sunday.Chasing 263 in the Group A contest at Conaree Cricket Centre, Hurricanes reached their target in the 46th over, with Powell seeing them home with an elegant unbeaten 121.The left-hander struck eight fours and three sixes off 124 balls, sharing vital partnerships with fellow opener Montcin Hodge who made 64, Amir Jangoo who struck 37 and Devon Thomas who was unbeaten at the end on 32.Opener Fudadin’s 107 had earlier formed the foundation of Scorpions’ 262 for nine from their allotted overs, after they were sent in.The Guyanese left-hander faced 133 deliveries and struck 12 fours and two sixes, receiving support from Nkrumah Bonner who narrowly missed out on his fourth List A hundred with 97 off 81 balls.The defeat was the second for Scorpions in as many matches, keeping them without a point.Scorpions lost cheap wickets early on but Fudadin held the innings together, posting 23 for the first wicket with Aldaine Thomas (12), 37 for the second with Jermaine Blackwood (7) and 21 for the third with Andre McCarthy (9).However, when McCarthy edged a cut at off-spinner Terrance Warde and was taken at slip by Powell in the 22nd over, Scorpions were 81 for three and in need of a solid partnership.They got it courtesy of Fudadin and Bonner who combined in a 133-run, fourth wicket stand to put their side in a strong position.Fudadin reached his fifty off 78 deliveries but stepped up his scoring to reach his second fifty off as many balls and complete a second List A hundred.Bonner, meanwhile, was the more aggressive, lashing four fours and three sixes in an attractive innings.Fudadin was eventually run out in the 45th over and Bonner followed in similar fashion in the final over, pinching a sharp single off the first ball in a failed attempt to get on strike.In reply, Powell dominated from the outset, putting on 130 for the first wicket with Hodge who counted seven fours and a six in a 79-ball knock.Powell scored briskly to reach his half-century of just 46 balls, and marched to three figures in the 41st over off 113 deliveries.When Hodge eventually missed a straighter one off Bonner’s leg-spin and was lbw in the 23rd over, Jangoo joined Powell to add 74 for the second and further consolidate Hurricanes’ position.Jangoo faced 47 balls and struck three fours before driving a chest high catch to cover off McCarthy’s off-spin but Thomas arrived to put on 60 in an unbroken third wicket stand with Powell, and hasten the end.
StumbleUpon Submit SportCaller teams up with Coral for Racing Super Series launch August 12, 2020 Workforce wellbeing leads GVC Holdings retail reopening June 9, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Related Articles Share Share Caliente will become the first operator in Latin America to launch Player Props, the player proposition betting product from Digital Sports Tech.This follows the recent successful integration with Coral in the UK and Europe, and with MadBookie in Australia. Ladbrokes Australia will also launch Player Props in early 2017.Caliente, the largest sportsbook in Mexico, will be launching the product, which enables customers to create and customise their own bets on player performance in real time, across a range of sports including football, basketball, American football and rugby league.Ari Lewski, Executive Director of Digital Sports Ltd, said: “Latin America is a significant sports betting market and we’re really excited to be able to offer our game-changing player proposition betting product to Caliente, another highly-respected, tier one sportsbook.“We’re also excited by the fact that Caliente is a very U.S. sports-focused operator because that’s where we believe our player props product comes into its own, given the stat-heavy nature of the sports and keen following by fans of the players and their statistical performances.“We’ve seen from all our partnerships how popular player related betting opportunities are and we believe it’s going to be one of the biggest growth areas for sportsbooks in 2017. Player Props is all about giving the punters the power to create their own bets which takes personalisation to a new level.”Emilio Hank, CEO of Caliente Interactive, added: “Digital Sports Tech’s Player Props product is going to be a great addition to our sportsbook offering, as it caters very nicely to our customer base given their penchant for betting on the big U.S. sports.”The wide variety of markets available on Player Props means that bettors are far more engaged when watching a match. There are more than 1.3 million unique markets available to create for individual moments within a single round of Premier League matches, such as shots on goal or tackles made.
Striker Majeed Waris would rather move to Stade Rennes over Lorient.The Ghana international looks set for a move back to the French Ligue 1 in the coming season.Waris has been linked with a move to Rennes over the past two months with fresh reports claiming a new bid from Lorient who were recently forced to sell compatriot Jordan Ayew to English side Aston Villa.But L’Equipe on Monday has reported that the 23-year-old is rejecting a move to the Stade du Moustoir over it’s synthetic playing surface.Waris has struggled to settle down with Turkish side Trabzonspor since moving over from Spartak Moscow last summer.– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports