53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley. 53 Petsch Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley.A TALLEBUDGERA Valley Queenslander has been snapped up for $1.45 million after just 10 days on the market.The property at 53 Petsch Creek Rd was set to go to auction but the owners received an offer too good to refuse.Ray White Tugun agent Ken Jacob said the buyers, from Runaway Bay, were looking for a tree-change.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“You can really appreciate the country life our here and the buyers totally fell in love with the property,” Mr Jacob said.“It is beautifully presented with a lovely creek that runs through it.”There are two residences on the property including the main Queenslander residence as well as a separate self-contained two-bedroom cottage.Described as perfect for “the horse enthusiast family”, the acreage property it set up with perimeter fencing, a stable and feed/tack room.
However, the Merseyside outfit has struggled to do that, and there is a danger that it could get relegated to the Championship at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.But Yobo, a former defender of the club has given his take on the situation at Goodison Park on Twitter.The 37-year-old former Nigeria international has stated that it is frightening that the Toffees are in the bottom three.Earlier this month, Yobo also suggested that David Moyes would be a good managerial appointment for the Toffees.Moyes, who is without a managerial job at the moment, was in charge of Everton from 2002 until 2013.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former Super Eagles Captain, Joseph Yobo, has stated on social networking site Twitter that it is frightening that Everton is in the Premier League bottom three at the moment.Everton is currently third from bottom in the standings with just eight points from 10 matches.The Toffees were expected to push for a top-six spot and perhaps even launch a challenge for the UEFA Champions League place at the start of the season.
TeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts South Africa105141214−216 Cranes at the Nations Cup in January, 2017. A new look team beatCape Verde Sunday.Cape Verde ?? 0 Uganda ?? 1Tanzania 1 Lesotho 1Geoffrey Sserunkuma returned to haunt Cape Verde, scoring the lone goal in the 83rd minute as Uganda beat Cape Verde in their delayed opening match of the 2019 Nations Cup qualifiers.Second half substitute Sserunkuma tapped in late in the game to secure a flying start for Uganda Cranes away in Praia.The current KCCA top marksman was part of then Cranes coach Mike Mutebi’s side that fell 1-0 in Cape Verde in 2004 but scored Uganda’s goal in their win in Kampala in 2005.“The Cape Verdeans play a flowing game but we managed to keep them silent at Namboole hence the win when I scored. However they are home on Saturday but we are hopeful of getting three points” Serunkuma,34, told www.fufa.co.ug ahead of Sunday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.“I understand their style of play and when to catch them off guard. We are confident with the players we have here,” added Sserunkuma.#EliminatoriasCAN2019 ?? v ?? [FT 0-1] Buena combinación colectiva y definición de Sserunkuma para la victoria de #Uganda ante #CaboVerde pic.twitter.com/mHR2lcH6fA— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) June 11, 2017Tweets about @OfficialFUFA ***MATCH PREVIEWUganda Cranes face Cape Verde for the first time in over a decade, fortunes for both teams having changed a lot since they last met.Cape Verde were upstarts when they beat Cranes 1-0 in 2004 and lost 1-0 in Kampala in 2005 in the 2006 World Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifiers – their first and only previous encounter. DR Congo104421410+416 Burkina Faso104151413+113 Boosted by many Portugal based players – as Cape Verdeans abroad are more numerous than the population of the islands themselves – the country built their reputation in the coming years, climaxing with their maiden qualification for the Nations Cup finals in 2015.They since fell from grace, failing to make it to the 2017 Nations Cup finals followed by 2-0 defeats to Senegal and Burkina Fasso last year in World Cup qualifiers. They have played a single game this year, a 2-0 defeat of Luxembourg in a friendly in March.Uganda on the other hand have since made history of their own, returning to the African Cup of Nations finals for the first time since 1978.Uganda’s appearance at Gabon 2017 has been followed by three friendly matches, all drawn against Kenya, Ethiopia and Senegal ahead of today’s match.Cranes also have in their line-up a survivor that the Cape Verde team will know well – Geoffrey Sserunkuma.The current KCCA top marksman was part of then Cranes coach Mike Mutebi’s side that fell 1-0 in Cape Verde in 2004 but scored Uganda’s goal in their win in Kampala in 2005.“The Cape Verdeans play a flowing game but we managed to keep them silent at Namboole hence the win when I scored. However they are home on Saturday but we are hopeful of getting three points” Serunkuma,34, told www.fufa.co.ug ahead of Sunday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.“I understand their style of play and when to catch them off guard. We are confident with the players we have here,” added Sserunkuma.The match was pushed forward by 24 hours due to a flight hitch for the Uganda Cranes team that was flying in from Dakar, Senegal.Confederation of African Football (CAF) communicated to both teams Saturday afternoon.The Group L Day One clash between Cape Verde and Uganda, originally scheduled for Saturday, 10 June 2017 in Praia has been postponed for 24 hours. The decision was taken by the Organising Committee for the Total Africa Cup of Nations due to the difficulties faced by the Ugandan team in arriving in Praia. The flight of the Ugandan team didnot take-off as expected from Dakar (Senegal), where they held a training camp due to a technical problem, which constitutes a case of force majeure. The match will therefore take place on Sunday, 11 June 2017 at the same time and venue with the same officials.When Uganda last met Cape Verde. Group 2 of 2006 Nations Cup/World Cup qualifiers Ghana10631174+1321 Uganda10226615−98 Cape Verde10316815−710 Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2
Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn will be leading the home challenge at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2018 tournament being held at Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course from 22-25 February. (AP Photo)Golf fans are invited to cheer on the most talented golfers in the women’s game and enjoy Thailand’s premier golf tournament when the Honda LPGA Thailand 2018 gets underway at Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course next week.The tournament, which takes place from 22-25 February, features 70 top female golf players with nine of the world’s top ten taking part and includes Thai golfing sisters Moriya and Ariya Jutanugarn.Scheduled as the third stop of the annual LPGA Tour, the Honda LPGA Thailand is arguably one of the most prestigious female golf tournaments in Asia. To highlight the 12th anniversary celebration, the US$ 1.6 million (approximately 51 million baht) tournament will present a newly-designed trophy to the winner. The trophy is designed by emerging and award-winning Thai artist Saruta Kiatparkpoom. An all-new Honda CR-V, worth 1,699,000 baht, will also be given to any player who shoots the first hole-in-one on the 16th hole as a special bonus.Early bird tickets for the Honda LPGA Thailand 2018 are now available on www.hondalpgathailand.com for a limited period until February 18. One-day tickets for 22 and 23 February are 300 baht (from 350 baht), 24 and 25 February’s one-day pass is 400 baht (from 550 baht), a weekend two-day pass is 500 baht (from 950 baht) and four-day passes are 800 baht (from 1,200 baht). Children of 16 years old and below and senior citizens over 60 years old are entitled to complimentary entry to the tournament.
NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley is not scared and is one of the most outspoken celebrity athletes of modern times, like him or not.So it comes to no surprise whatsoever that the former Philadelphia 76er superstar told Philadelphia radio hosts too many Black people are caught up in a culture that’s more concerned with street cred than intelligence.Speaking on the radio show “Afternoons with Anthony Gargano and Rob Ellis,” the current “NBA on TNT” commentator was asked his opinion on Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson, who was the subject of an article detailing allegations he wasn’t “Black enough.”Barkley did not detour around his feelings, but instead plowed through the controversial topic:“We as Black people are never going to be successful, not because of you White people, but because of other Black people. When you are Black, you have to deal with so much crap in your life from other Black people,” Barkley said.Barkley said African Americans are too concerned with street cred than true success and that’s holding the community back.“For some reason we are brainwashed to think, if you’re not a thug or an idiot, you’re not Black enough. If you go to school, make good grades, speak intelligent, and don’t break the law, you’re not a good Black person. It’s a dirty, dark secret in the Black community.“There are a lot of Black people who are unintelligent, who don’t have success. It’s best to knock a successful Black person down because they’re intelligent, they speak well, they do well in school, and they’re successful. It’s just typical BS that goes on when you’re Black, man.”What do you think of Barkley’s scathing comments? Agree or disagree?