The home at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.This spacious four-bedroom home is on a 3250sq m block with beautiful gardens. Andre and Margaret De Bats built the home at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran, in 2004, and refurbished it last year. Mrs De Bats said their must-haves when they built were airconditioning, security and a swimming pool. The home has open-plan living, dining and kitchen areas, a formal lounge room and a media room with soundproofing. The outdoor area at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.“We both love gardening and we planted everything on the block — there are hundreds of plants and trees,” Mrs De Bats said. “Whichever window and door you look out of from inside, you have a view of the garden.”She said she would miss the neighbourhood and the space.“We’re in a very quiet neighbourhood and we’re on the high side of the road,” she said. “It’s a really lovely place to live and so near to everything.”The home is being marketed by Sue Dewar of Richardson & Wrench Caboolture for offers over $849,000. The floorplan of 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran. The refurbished kitchen at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The three other bedrooms have built-in robes and the bathroom has a separate bath and shower. There is also a separate toilet and laundry with external access. Outside, the patio has an outlook over the solar-heated swimming pool with glass fencing and gazebo. The established gardens and lawns are well-maintained and there is a two-bay shed with annex, a cubby house that could be used as a studio, and two shade houses. The living area at 174-176 Alexandra Pde, Wamuran.The new kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, pendant lighting and Corian Everest benchtops with integrated sinks, waterfall end and LED lighting.There is a gas log fire in the family room, and high ceilings and handmade tailored drapes in the formal lounge. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe, patio access and ensuite with floor-to-ceiling tiles, a vanity with dual basin and marble countertop, and a separate toilet.
Former Liverpool striker, Milan Baros, has announced his retirement. Loading… read also:Liverpool will learn from Man City humbling, says Klopp “I have too many tendon problems and I can’t play or train anymore,” Baros, 38, said. In 2005 Baros won the Champions League with the Reds and a year earlier he took the Czech Republic to the Euro semifinals then won by Greece. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 With Banik Ostrava for the past three seasons, the former Liverpool and Olympique Lyon striker has said goodbye to football. “The head would like to go on, but the body asks me to stop.Advertisement Promoted ContentLook At Something Beautiful That Wasn’t Made By A Human Being9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayCan You Imagine Quitting A Role Because Of Dislike For W. Smith?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 8 Most Fun Sylvester Stallone Movies5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCOVID-19 Pandemic Has Significantly Improved Air Quality
Like it has so many times this season, the USC women’s basketball team responded when its back was against the wall.Trailing by double digits midway through the second half, the Women of Troy (20-13) rallied to beat UC Santa Barbara 67-64 in the opening round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. Junior guard Ashley Corral came off the bench to lead USC with 15 points, including four key three-pointers when her team’s season was in jeopardy.“This may not have been our final goal but we’re here to play and win,” Corral said. “Any postseason tournament is another chance to play with your team and play for what you’re about.”Whether it was disappointment over missing the NCAA tournament for the second year in a row or a pesky UCSB squad, USC seemed to be in a lull for much of the first half. The Women of Troy led by as many as six points in the half before the Gauchos made their charge.Sparked by its bench, UCSB closed the first half on a 22-12 run and took a 38-34 lead into halftime. Back-to-back three-pointers by Corral in the closing minutes of the half kept the margin from being even greater.Reserve players Nicole Nesbit, Sweets Underwood and Melissa Zornig combined for 25 points on 11-of-17 shooting in the half for UCSB. The Gauchos outscored USC’s bench 25-13 in the first half.That momentum carried over into the second half, with the Gauchos taking on the role of aggressor. UCSB landed a proverbial punch in the mouth to open the second half, quickly expanding its lead to double digits. Every dead ball and timeout was punctuated by cheers from the UCSB players and fans.USC, by contrast, looked dead in the water.But the Women of Troy — buoyed at times by Corral’s intensity and timely shooting — responded and summoned the energy for one last gasp. USC chipped away at the lead behind the playmaking of Corral and senior guard Jacki Gemelos. With seven minutes left, the Women of Troy made their move.“There was a point where everybody was exhausted,” said junior guard Briana Gilbreath. “[But] because of how hard we practice we had another level. We [picked] up our intensity on defense. The [end of the game] is where we really took over and stepped up as a team.”Four points apiece by Gilbreath and Gemelos helped the Women of Troy break open a 57-57 game. Lockdown defense by the entire team helped USC preserve the victory as the Gauchos scored just four points in the final six-and-a-half minutes of the game.The Women of Troy forced the Gauchos into a bad shot on what should have been their final possession of the game, but a turnover by Corral during the ensuing scramble gave UCSB one last chance.UCSB guard Emilie Johnson, who led the Gauchos with 17 points, threw up a desperation heave at the buzzer that fell well short, allowing the Women of Troy to escape the opening round with a three-point victory.“The key was playing score and time,” said USC coach Michael Cooper. “We didn’t want them to score three, so I thought our defense was excellent, and we did what we had to do.”Gemelos and Gilbreath both added 13 points for the Women of Troy. Gemelos just missed out on a double-double with a team-high nine rebounds.USC moves on to a second-round game on Sunday at 2 p.m. against Nevada.
Multi-point efforts from Brianne Jenner, Sarah Nurse and Brigette Lacquette weren’t enough for Canada in its latest meeting with the United States.The Americans claimed a 3-2 group stage win over their closest rivals on Saturday at the 2019 Women’s World Championship, thanks to goals by Hilary Knight, Kendall Coyne Schofield and Annie Pankowski. It was another nail-biter between teams that have always played each other closely, with Pankowski’s second-period power play marker the difference. Not surprisingly, the game also featured frequent trips to the penalty box for both teams, with 13 penalties called in total (the U.S. held a 7-6 edge). What was a mild surprise was the presence of Emerance Maschmeyer in the Canadian net, with veteran Shannon Szabados given the day off after shutting out Switzerland on Thursday.Canada scores, schedule, how to live streamAnother USA vs CAN game that goes down to the wire. That’s why I call this the best rivalry in hockey. It’s always so damn tight.— Mike Murphy (@DigDeepBSB) April 6, 2019The result sees the U.S. move to the top of Group A with a perfect 2-0 record after two games. Canada falls to a tie with Finland for second place in the group at 1-1. MORE: 10 players to watch at the 2019 Women’s World ChampionshipAnnie Pankowski fires home an absolute rocket to put the Americans🇺🇸 ahead of the Canadians🇨🇦 3-2 at the 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship 🚀 pic.twitter.com/HmQGrDXIji— TSN (@TSN_Sports) April 6, 2019As is the norm when these teams meet, the game was hotly contested throughout. Each of the first two times the Americans scored, Canada answered in kind. Ultimately, it was the U.S. who came out on top, despite being outshot 33-30 by a Canadian team missing captain Marie-Philip Poulin.