REAL ESTATE: 10 Lama St, ChelmerThe son of one of the founders of online travel juggernaut Wotif has sold his renovated heritage house in Chelmer for a cool $2.625 million – more than double the original purchase price. 10 Lama St, ChelmerWill Brice is the son of Wotif co-founder and philanthropist Andrew Brice, who teamed up with entrepreneur Graeme Wood to launch the successful online booking platform in Brisbane in 2000. William Brice with his children (top) Henry Bresler and Louis Brice in front of their newly renovated house, Dalmuir, in Chelmer, Brisbane. Lyndon Mechielsen/The AustralianFourteen years later, the duo sold the company to US travel giant Expedia for $700 million.Will Brice bought the rundown Dalmuir homestead at 10 Lama St in Chelmer for $1.15 million in 2017 before embarking on an extensive overhaul of the property. RELATED: Wotif you could escape to this heritage house? Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:11Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:11 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen5 tips to style your home for sale01:12 There is ornamental original fireplace and solid pine floorboards in the foyer, a formal lounge and a combined family and living area which is overlooked by the kitchen.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago MORE NEWS: River, the sea, canals driving up prices Earlier this year, Mr Brice described it as a “huge labour of love”, with the renovation consisting of an almost total rebuild.But the results spoke volumes, with the revamped heritage house now under offer. There is also a sparkling inground pool with floating steppers allowing easy access to the covered pool cabana.Other features include an attic retreat with built-in day beds, a mudroom, Jane Churchill and European wallpapers in the formal spaces, a guest room, and the original ironwork detail on front veranda, Juliette balcony and internal staircase. The impressive master suite is located away from the hustle and bustle of the home and has a spacious ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.The children’s wing contains three bedrooms, and the indoor/outdoor room opens via sliding glass doors to create an alfresco dining experience, complete with wood fireplace for the cooler evenings. The house was sold by Ray White Sherwood-Graceville agent Douglas May.Features include five bedrooms, three bathrooms, four entertaining areas, a stunning facade and landscaped gardens. TV host Andrew Winter sells waterfront home Why selling off-market could cost you
Champions crowned on the final day of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s, pictured with IMCA President Brett Root at left and Boone Speedway’s Coty Mallicoat at right, were Donavon Smith, Stock Car; Ricky Thornton Jr., Modified; Nathan Ballard, Hobby Stock; and Johnathon Logue, Northern SportMod. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography) Thornton earned $3,000 when he repeated as Late Model champion on Labor Day, qualified for the Stock Car feature, won the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational on Friday and then became the first driver to win two championships at the same Super Nationals by running away from the rest of the field after midway of the $7,000 to win Modified main event. Also the 2014 and 2019 Northern SportMod champion, Logue scored a rare double by winning the BSB Manufacturing Race of Champions. Last-chance qualifier, Smith raced from 25th starting and took the lead with two laps left in winning his third Stock Car crown in his record 14th straight main event appearance. Smith, who took home a career-best $5,000 paycheck, had reigned at Boone in 2009 and 2012. Another two-division star, Kelly Shryock took home $1,175 for his Sunoco Race Fuels Race of Champions Stock Car win. BOONE, Iowa (Sept. 13) – Ricky Thornton Jr. raced to wins at the beginning and the end of a history-making week, Donavon Smith and Johnathon Logue became three-time champions while Nathan Ballard motored to his first title at the 2020 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. And Cody Nielsen led the last 10 times around the track in winning the Stephenville Starter Race of Champions for Hobby Stocks. He led the last eight laps in topping the caution-free ROC, calling the eagle trophy that went with the checkers the addition to his race shop collection he’s always wanted, then led the last 27 circuits in the 30-lap main event to collect $3,000. Ballard outran defending race winner Dylan Nelson in leading start to finish of the Hobby Stock main, following the fast high line to the $2,000 victory. The Sunday conclusion for what is always the biggest event on the IMCA schedule was the first for the Modifieds since 1996 and first-ever for the Stock Cars, Northern SportMods and Hobby Stocks. Twenty-three states were represented at Super Nationals, where a purse of $300,000-plus was complemented by bonuses from IMCA.TV and more than $60,000 in contingencies were awarded. In all, 834 cars – including 245 Modifieds and an event record 207 Stock Cars – saw action during a socially distanced week at Boone Speedway that also saw more than its share of rain and rescheduled race programs. Jesse Sobbing traded the lead with Troy Cordes in one of the most competitive events of the entire week, winning the Harris Auto Racing Modified Race of Champions and $1,700 following a dash to the finish line. Tuesday’s scheduled Sport Compact main event was lost to rain.
RelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham’s long-term future at the club could be in doubt, despite his contract being extended by a further year to run until 2023.Abraham has been one of the beneficiaries of manager Frank Lampard ‘s focus on youth this season, racking up 41 appearances and netting 16 goals in all competitions. Alongside the likes of Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James, Billy Gilmour, Fikayo Tomori and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Abraham has starred at times this year.However, unlike those others, he has not signed a lucrative new deal, with his latest extension coming by way of a clause inserted into the deal he signed back in 2017 before he joined Swansea on loan.Abraham will also struggle for guaranteed first team minutes next season, with Timo Werner joining from RB Leipzig in a bumper £47.5 million deal.Olivier Giroud has earned himself an extension after netting five league goals in seven starts since getting back into first team contention in February.In fact, the Frenchman has started ahead of Abraham in four of Chelsea six post-lockdown Premier League games. Abraham played the full 90 minutes in the embarrassing 3-0 loss to Sheffield United and was promptly dropped to the bench for their next game against Norwich.There have reportedly been talks over a pay rise for the forward but an agreement is yet to be reached and the fact that he will not be guaranteed a spot in the starting XI next season could see him look elsewhere.The year’s extension will safeguard his value, ensuring Chelsea can demand top whack for the academy graduate.Tags: ChelseaFrank LampardHakim ZiyechTammy AbrahamTimo Werner
Press Association Roberto Martinez is placing as much importance on character as he is ability as he seeks to make his first signings as Everton manager. “There is some work going on already and over the next few weeks we need to make sure that we bring the right characters as well as the right players to the football club. “It’s not going to be the case of bringing anyone at any time – it’s important we identify the type of help we need in the dressing room and in the team and make sure they are a type of footballer who will fit in with the train of thought at Everton. It’s more a matter of finding the right players and that will take a little bit of time.” Martinez, who will not meet his entire first-team squad until they join up for pre-season training next month, is hoping to get some scouting done at the Confederations Cup. The Toffees boss is working as a television pundit in Brazil and he hopes that will give him a chance to take a closer look at potential targets. “I think the major events are a first for seeing players and ways of playing,” he told evertontv. “It’s always a unique experience to see footballers under massive, massive pressure of representing their country and representing the expectations of a country and being able to play their football. “There are always footballers that catch your eye under those circumstances. “I always like to follow the big events and to do that with the name of Everton and opening new markets with Everton, it will be a real enjoyment and something I’m really looking forward to.” He accepts, having been in the job for less than a fortnight, that may take a while. But he believes being patient will pay off as it allows him to make the right decisions about who he needs to bring in. “As you can imagine, that is something that you need to work early on and obviously the whole football club will work together towards that,” said the Spaniard.
The Argentinian has joined Norwich until the end of the season, having lost his place after five years as a regular at St James’ Park. He has made just two appearances this season and admits he is at a loss as to why he has been left out by Pardew. Jonas Gutierrez’s Newcastle career looks to be over after the midfielder claimed manager Alan Pardew told him he has no future with the club. “The manager told me in December I was not going to play any more and told me to find myself another club,” he told several national newspapers. “I don’t know why it happened and I still don’t understand what I did wrong. “There were no rows with Alan Pardew or anything like that. He just said I needed to leave and that was that. “I honestly don’t know why I wasn’t playing, you will have to ask the manager that. “He just made his decision and that was it. Something must have happened – but I don’t know what.” Press Association
The 125,000-euro daughter of Kodiac was backed in to 9-10 favouritism for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden and travelled strongly near the pace. After taking the lead inside the final quarter-mile, the market leader briefly looked in trouble when Know swooped down the outside, but Atzeni asked Ger Lyons’ youngster to quicken again and she obliged to triumph by three lengths. Press Association Lyons won this race with Ainippe 12 months ago, and said: “We’ve decided to go the same route as Ainippe with her and as winners’ races are few and far between, the Group 3 Curragh Stakes is the next obvious race. “She’s not over-big but shows plenty of speed and is very professional – she’s a little bullet.” That initiated a brace for Lyons, completed when Cape Wolfe (3-1) landed his hat-trick in the shadows of the post in the Follow Naas Racecourse On Facebook Race. Laganore showed her appreciation for a drop in distance by breaking her duck in the Panoramic Restaurant Maiden. Having finished fifth in maidens over seven furlongs and a mile, Tony Martin’s 8-1 shot finished strongly over six furlongs and saw off Glimmer Of Peace by a length and a quarter. Burren View Lady’s comeback over seven furlongs at Roscommon offered some promise but she has always been more effective as a sprinter and proved as much by winning the ISS HR Services Handicap as a 16-1 chance. Beechmount Whisper looked like finally gaining just reward for a string of placed efforts when shooting clear in the www.naasracecourse.com Apprentice Handicap but he was swamped in the closing stages, with Regal Power (12-1) coming out on top. Kings Ryker (11-4) didn’t stay a mile and a quarter on his most recent outing heading into the Naas Racecourse On Facebook Handicap, but Shane Foley was able to set his own fractions in the mile contest and repelled Hurricane Cass by half a length. Andrea Atzeni made the trip to Naas and was rewarded with a victory on the impressive newcomer Bear Cheek.
Latest Posts Bio Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016 Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) WATERVILLE — Fifteen girls from Springers Gymnastics competed in USA Gymnastics’ sectional meet this weekend. All achieved qualifying scores for the USA Gymnastics state championships in April.Seven teams from around the state participated in the meet, traveling from as far as Kennebunk and Old Town.“The girls came off a crazy week with the bad weather, lots of snow and missed practice,” Springers Gymnastics coach Doug Springer said. “But in the end, they did their job and really performed well.”Meet highlights for Springer’s team included Gilly Rice taking top all-around honors at Level 7, Age 9-11. Gilly also took first on vault; Kajsa Brown Morrison took first on vault at Level 5, Age 11+; Mercedes Ulichny took first on beam for Level 4, Age 9; and Molly Jennings took first on bars for Level 3, Age 10+.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“In relation to the other teams that were there, I was really happy with how we performed,” Springer said. “Now we can focus on making those small, but important corrections that will help our girls keep continued success.”Other results included:Level 3 Age 9: Aliyah Washburn – sixth in vault, 6th in balance beam, seventh all-around; Kaela Springer – fourth in vault, 2nd in uneven bars, 10th all-aroundLevel 3 Age 10+: Molly Jennings – first in uneven bars, fifth in balance beam; Ashly Emerson – ninth all-aroundLevel 4 Age 9: Mercedes Ulichny – first in balance beam, fourth in floor exercise, fourth all-around; Genevieve Muise – third in uneven bars, fifth all-aroundLevel 4 Age 10: Ellie Kane – 4th in balance beam, fourth in floor exercise, sixth all-aroundLevel 4 Age 11+: Elena Springer – fourth in vault, fourth in floor exercise, fourth all-around; Megynn Lord sixth all-aroundLevel 5 Age 7-9: Riley Crowley – seconnd in vault, fourth all-aroundLevel 5 Age 11+: Kajsa Brown Morrison – first in vault, sixth all-around; Syra Gutow – eighth all-aroundLevel 6 Age 9-11: Paige Sawyer – third in uneven bars, third in balance beam, third in floor exercise, third all-aroundLevel 6 Age 12+: Maddie Nida – fifth all-aroundLevel 7 Age 9-11: Gilly Rice – first in vault, second in uneven bars, second in balance beam, second in floor exercise, first all-around. EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013.
… Windies slump to a fifth straight T20 defeatPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – West Indies were flirting with crisis after plunging to a fifthPakistan wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed watches as Marlon Samuels cuts for a boundary in his top score of 44.straight Twenty20 defeat, as Pakistan took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series with a dramatic three-run victory here yesterday.Chasing an uncomplicated 133 for victory at Queen’s Park Oval, West Indies saw their run chase unravel spectacularly, with 18-year-old leg-spinner Shadab Khan once again proving their nemesis with another man-of-the-match four-wicket effort.The hosts were cruising at 60 for 2 in the ninth over behind Marlon Samuels’ top score of 44 but Shadab’s introduction saw four wickets tumble for just 16 runs off 29 deliveries, leaving the innings in strife on 81 for six in the 13th over.But needing 14 runs from the final over, Sunil Narine (9) lifted the Windies hopes when he hammered the first two deliveries of the over from seamer Hasan Ali for boundaries.Things then took a turn for the worse, however. Narine missed a swat at the third ball and even after Ali sent down a leg-side wide next delivery, the left-hander failed to connect with the fourth ball, leaving West Indies requiring five off the last two.Narine was run-out off the fifth ball and Jason Holder, who finished unbeaten on 26 off 17 deliveries, could only muster a single off the final ball.The defeat followed the Windies’ opening debacle at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown last Sunday when they lost by six wickets, and comes against the backdrop of an embarrassing 3-0 whitewash to Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last September.Shadab, who claimed four wickets for seven runs on debut five days ago, finished with four for 14.Sent in, Pakistan rallied to 132 all out from their 20 overs, despite an innings which never really got off the ground.Shoaib Malik top-scored with 28, Babar Azam got 27 while tail-ender Wahab Riaz produced a cameo 10-ball 24 at number 10, to get the visitors up to a competitive total.Off-spinner Narine (3-22) and seamer and captain Carlos Brathwaite (3-37) finished with three wickets apiece while leg-spinner Samuel Badree was brilliant in taking two for 14 from his four overs.West Indies started well when Badree bowled Kamran Akmal without scoring off the fifth ball of the game but Babar and Ahmed Shezad (14) added 41 for the second wicket to stabilise the innings.When three wickets perished for 10 runs off 17 deliveries, Pakistan were revived by a 36-run, fifth-wicket stand between Shoaib and captain Sarfraz Ahmed (12).But with Pakistan poised for a strong finish, Shaoib and Sarfraz fell in successive overs to Brathwaite and Narine respectively with no runs added, as four wickets tumbled for eight runs in another cluster.Struggling at 95 for eight in the 17th over, Wahab arrived to lash a four and a pair of sixes – with 16 runs coming in the penultimate over from rookie seamer Kesrick Williams.In reply, West Indies lost Evin Lewis for three in the second over with the score on 10, run-out by Imad Wasim’s direct throw from mid-on but Samuels and fellow Jamaican Chadwick Walton, who made 21, added 50 to put the innings back on course.Samuels appeared in exquisite touch, stroking five fours and two sixes – consecutive blows off left-arm spinner Imad Wasim – in a silky 35-ball knock while Walton faced 25 deliveries and counted two fours.The rot began when Walton tried to turn a googly from Shadab and was bowled leg stump and Lendl Simmons followed in the next over for one, lbw to Hasan Ali off the second ball he faced.Stuttering at 65 for three in the 10th over, West Indies needed a hero but found none. Kieron Pollard suffered a rush of blood, missed a charge at Shadab and was stumped for three in the 11th over and Rovman Powell was bowled next ball, completely deceived by another googly from Shadab.The major turning point came in Shadab’s following over, the 13th of the innings, when he knocked over Samuels with the final delivery of his spell, having the veteran stroke-maker caught at the wicket edging a googly.PAKISTAN inningsKamran Akmal b Badree 0Ahmed Shehzad c Brathwaite b Narine 14Babar Azam c wkp. Walton b Brathwaite 27Shoaib Malik c Pollard b Brathwaite 28Fakhar Zaman c Holder b Badree 5Sarfraz Ahmed c Samuels b Narine 12Imad Wasim c Brathwaite b Williams 4Sohail Tanvir lbw b Narine 4Shadab Khan run-out 13Wahab Riaz c Holder b Brathwaite 24Hasan Ali not out 0Extras: (w-1) 1Total: (all out, 20 overs) 132Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-41, 3-43, 4-51, 5-87, 6-87, 7-91, 8-95, 9-131.Bowling: Badree 4-0-14-2, Holder 4-0-32-0, Williams 4-1-27-1, Narine 4-0-22-3, Brathwaite 4-0-37-3 (w-1).WEST INDIES inningsE. Lewis run-out 3C. Walton b S. Khan 21M. Samuels c S. Ahmed b S. Khan 44L. Simmons lbw b Hasan Ali 1K. Pollard stp. S. Ahmed b S. Khan 3R. Powell b S. Khan 0C. Brathwaite b W. Riaz 15J. Holder not out 26S. Narine run-out 9S. Badree not out 0Extras: (w-7) 7Total: (8 wkts, 20 overs) 129Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-60, 3-65, 4-76, 5-76, 6-81, 7-114, 8-128.Bowling: Imad Wasim 4-0-28-0, Sohail Tanvir 4-0-29-0 (w-1), Hasan Ali 4-0-35-1 (w-1), Wahab Riaz 4-0-23-1 (w-1), Shadab Khan 4-1-14-4.
Dentistry students Eumi Choi and Thomas Nguyen plan to serve in the public dental industry. Nguyen wants to run a clinic in a small town and Choi hopes to work with the L.A. community and at USC. (Emily Smith | Daily Trojan)Dentistry students Thomas Nguyen and Eumi Choi received scholarships from the National Health Service Corps last week. The NHSC program ensures full tuition and a monthly stipend of $1,300 for medical students. In return, the scholars must provide clinical health services and treatment to areas with a shortage of medical professionals. Nguyen, a second-year dentistry student, said that his devotion to bettering the public care industry stems from his low-income roots. Nguyen said his family had to rely on Medi-Cal and food grants while he was growing up, and didn’t have access to proper hygienic care. To prevent others from going through his childhood experiences, Nguyen pursued a profession that would help those with underprivileged backgrounds. He earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Cal State Long Beach and attended podiatry school until he realized he was most passionate for dentistry after gaining experience in the field. “Everything about dentistry really just appealed to me, the procedures seemed really interesting and I got to work with my hands,” Nguyen said.Unlike Nguyen, Choi, a dental hygiene graduate, spent much of her childhood going on mission trips with her parents to volunteer in disadvantaged areas. Choi said she remembers a specific trip to Nicaragua that pushed her to pursue a career in public dentistry. “I was just there volunteering, assisting, doing administrative work and logistics and when I was there I spent a lot of time at the dental clinic translating for the dentist,” Choi said. “I think from there, I decided I wanted to do dentistry … They were amazing people and they really inspired me and so I wanted to have more of a practical skill set.”Choi also attributes her success to the work she has done at public dentistry offices like the USC Mobile Clinic, a program where dental students travel in mobile offices to areas with a shortage of medical professionals. The program gave Choi the opportunity to receive hands-on medical care experience and become engaged with community outreach.“Sometimes we’ll travel to Bakersfield or Escondido, look for migrant farmers and provide free care for their children and parents,” Choi said. “We visit these sites every year, very regularly, and it’s amazing because we can do it. We can follow up on the patients that we see every year.” Ostrow Dean Avishai Sadan believes NHSC scholars are important and that students should give back to the community through public service. “We’re really proud of [Choi] and [Nguyen] on their National Health Service Corps scholarships,” Sadan said in an email to the Daily Trojan. “The education that they will receive here at Ostrow — with our focus on giving back to the community — will prepare them for the all-too-important work they’ll be doing in underserved communities after dental school.”The two aspiring dentists plan to serve in the public dental industry in the near future. Nguyen wants to run a public clinic in a small town where he can connect with the patients, and Choi hopes to continue helping the greater L.A. community by working at USC after graduation.
Can’t wait for this Fall! pic.twitter.com/VBYOuXMdMK— Luke Erickson (@luke_eickson21) May 16, 2017 Class of 2017 running back Luke Erickson is coming to Syracuse as a preferred walk-on, he announced via Twitter Tuesday evening. Published on May 17, 2017 at 9:54 am Contact Andrew: email@example.com | @A_E_Graham Facebook Twitter Google+ The 6-foot, 200-pound back played prep football at Greene (New York) High School. Erickson is not rated by any of the major recruiting services and held no Division I offers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textErickson runs a 4.7 second 40-yard dash, has a 34 inch vertical and a max back squat of 500 pounds, per his Hudl profile.The central New York prospect is the 28th addition to the 2017 recruiting class. Track the whole class here. Comments