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first_img349 Beams Rd, Bridgeman DownsTHIS large family home is surrounded by lush acreage and greenery. Owners Mike and Connie Robinson purchased the land at 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman Downs, almost 18 years ago, before building their dream home. The home at 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman DownsMr Robinson said the home would appeal to family buyers looking for a home with all the bells and whistles. “It was designed as a family home and provides amenities for all ages,” he said.“We’ve got a family home that is looking for a family to come and enjoy it as much as we have.” The home at 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman Downs“When you’ve got the room, you can do what you want,” Mr Robinson said. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The home at 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman DownsThe home has six bedrooms, including the master retreat which occupies one end of the home and has an ensuite, his and hers walk-in-wardrobe and veranda.The property also has five bathrooms and multiple formal and informal living and dining areas. Inside 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman DownsThere is also a central kitchen which has direct access to the veranda, media room, cellar and wine tasting room, workshop and self-contained separate apartment.There is also a four-car garage with storage.center_img The home at 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman Downs“We wanted land where we could build a beautiful family home,” Mr Robinson said.The grand, Queenslander style home sits on 1ha of land and boasts an impressive list of amenities including a champion-sized tennis court, in-ground swimming pool and manicured gardens. Inside 947 Beams Rd, Bridgeman DownsMr Robinson said buyers would enjoy the surrounding bushland and neighbourhood as much as the home itself“It’s such a lovely area to live in,” he said.“It’s very peaceful and private.“You really are in your own little world, surrounded by nature and wildlife.”last_img read more

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first_imgBayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is never one to shy away from a big tackle. The German shot-stopper has a reputation for rushing off his line when the opposition are in on goal and, on Sunday night, the 33-year-old gave us a glimpse of his brilliant best against FC Koln In the 61st minute of the Bundesliga clash, Neuer sprinted 30 yards off his line after spotting a dangerous counter attack in the making. He eventually made a brilliant slide tackle to stop striker Mark Uth in his tracks as Bayern continued to dominate at 3-0.Advertisement Interestingly,  Neuer gave the term sweeper-keeper a completely new meaning when he burst onto the Bundesliga scene.The 33-year-old can often be seen rushing off his goal-line in an attempt to aid his teammates, completely disregarding his goal-line to become the eleventh outfield player. Thankfully for Neuer and his teammates, the Dortmund striker dragged his strike wide and the scoreline remained at 0-0.“What on earth is he doing?” cried a puzzled commentator. “Only he knows.” said the other. “They used to say, don’t get involved in things you don’t ne After Neuer’s heroics in the second half, Hans-Dieter Flick’s side made it 4-0 thanks to a great finish from Serge Gnabry. “We could have scored up to ten goals,” he said after the full-time whistle. “In any case, there was more to it than 4-1.” Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeTruly Mysterious Things That Have Happened On Chinese Soil8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAPBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks But you know what they say, a tiger never changes his stripes.During last year’s DFL Supercup final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, the veteran shot-stopper turned back time with a classic run. Some go as far as saying Neuer ‘revolutionised’ goalkeeping but in recent years, the veteran shot-stopper has somewhat relaxed his wild antics. Read Also: Leipzig warm up for Tottenham by regaining top spot in BundesligaThe German number one rushed off his line to try and close down Paco Alcacer, who wasn’t even in a dangerous position when he looked up and saw an onrushing Neuer. The game eventually finished 4-1 to the Bundesliga leaders but after the full-time whistle, Neuer admitted the defending champions could, and should, have scored even more.last_img read more

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first_imgILOILO City – A suspected drug pusherwas arrested in a buy-bust operation in Barangay San Pedro, Molo district. Esrespe was detained in the lockup cellof the Molo police station. Esrespe, a mall employee, was nabbed inan entrapment operation after he sold allegedly sold a sachet of suspectedshabu to an undercover officer around 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 18, the police added. He was identified as 29-year-old residentLorenzo Fhilnor Esrespe, police said. Charges forviolation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of2002 will be filed against him./PNlast_img

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first_imgHis wins came at Big Sky Speedway, Sheridan Speedway and Black Hills Speedway. ESTEVAN, Sask. – Kody Scholpp was second in standings at the end of the 2017 Gunslinger Tour and set his sights on finishing one spot better this year. For the season, Scholpp logged 40 starts at tracks in seven states and Saskatchewan.  Kody Scholpp collected three feature wins en route to the IMCA Modified Gunslinger Tour championship. (Photo by Byron Fichter) “The Gunslinger Tour is more of a regional tour than a national one. We traveled with a pickup, a small enclosed trailer and didn’t have to spend beaucoup dollars,” the Estevan, Sask., driver said. “Everybody went out for breakfast together and we had a lot of fun.”  “We got a lot of racing in and we had a lot of fun doing it, without spending a lot of money,” said Scholpp.center_img And that’s exactly what he did, winning three times and collecting another five top five-finishes over the course of the mid-June IMCA Modified tour at tracks in Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota.  Wins-3                    Top Five Finishes-8           Starts-8 HIS SPONSORS: Hutt’s Trucking, Turnbull Crushing, AC Power Contracting Ltd., R & R Tank and Equipment Rentals, Border Insulators Inc., McGillicky Oil Field Construction and The Tap House, all of Estevan; Terrett Agriculture Corporation and Morstad Farms, both of Torquay; JJ Trucking of Arcola; Premier Safety Services of Oxbow; Goudy Trucking of Stoughton; MX Ranch of Tioga, N.D.; Victory Race Cars and KMJ Performance, both of Story City, Iowa; and TruForm Wheel Covers of Rutherford, N.C. HIS CREW: Kevin Irwin and Tristan Humphrey.last_img read more

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first_imgWest Florida Volleyball wins GSC Match of the Week 3-1 over West Alabama Oct. 5, 2007 Box Score  LIVINGSTON, Ala. – A slow start by the Argonauts, but a strong finish, in a hard fought match between two of the conferences’ top hitting teams. West Alabama won the first game 30-25, but UWF grabbed the momentum in game two and won 30-24 to even the match. The Third game went back and forth, but consecutive blocks by Danielle Spitzer and Kimberly Clark gave the Argos the lead at 26-25 and they held on for the win in the pivotal game three.Game four was also back and forth, with UWF holding a one to two point lead for most of the game before Jessica Crook and Gabriella Pedrosa had big kills to put the Tigers up 29-27. After a West Florida Timeout, Isabela Gualberto’s kill gave the Argos a little momentum and they scored four straight points to win the thrilling game four 31-29.Gualberto (Sr. / Belo Horizonte, Brazil) and Luciana Rapach (Jr. / Porto Allegre, Brazil) both hit .455 for the Argos. Gualberto had 19 kills, while Rapach ended with 18 kills. Clark (Jr. / St. Petersburg, Fla.) added 16 kills and hit .382 for the match. West Alabama was leading the conference in hitting, but the Argos held them to only .199 for the match.Coach Melissa Wolter was excited about the win, “This was a great volleyball match. West Alabama is a very good team and this game turned out to be a game of momentum and we had it at the right time. We wanted to stop Allison Nail, and did a decent job, but their #2 (Jessica Crook) and #10 (Gabriella Pedrosa) ended up being the toughest ones to stop.” Wolter also added, “we needed two or three people to step up big tonight and we did, it was a great team effort.”Madeline Gonzalez (Jr. / Puerto Rico) had 55 assists for the Argos, while Rapach had 22 digs and Clark added 13 digs. Spitzer didn’t end with great numbers, but she had two very important kills and back to back blocks with Clark in the pivotal game three to give the Argos the momentum when they needed it.The Win moved the Argos to 20-2 on the year and 5-0 in the conference. West Alabama suffered their first loss of the season, as they are now 18-1, and 4-1 in the conference. UWF plays again on Saturday at Montevallo in a 2:00 match, so not much time for the Argos to rest following the hard fought win over West Alabama. Print Friendly Version Sharelast_img read more

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first_img The Dutchman struck for the first time in a month as he netted United’s third in a one-sided Barclays Premier League encounter at Old Trafford. Van Persie’s form had been the subject of heavy scrutiny ahead of the game after an ineffectual display in the previous week’s win at Arsenal. Rooney struck from the edge of the area three minutes before half-time and United’s dominance could have yielded several more goals. Substitute Falcao had one of their best chances and looked certain to make it 4-0 in the dying moments but Michael Dawson blocked on the line from point-blank range. Defender Smalling agreed with Van Gaal’s assessment of the game. The 25-year-old said: “The manager said it was our best game of the season and I think it was. It was a complete performance. “I think he said of the Arsenal result that we ground that out without particularly playing well, but this time we did. “He’s said he wants six points (this week) and we want to deliver that on Tuesday against Stoke.” Smalling played alongside Marcos Rojo in a flat back four, with wingers Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young in the full-back positions. Van Gaal has previously shown preference for a three-man defence but felt he had the flexibility to adapt because players are growing used to his philosophy. The United manager said: “It is not (about) methods, it is philosophy. We have to perform because of that philosophy and then you can play in different formations, and that we are doing. “It is also dependent on the quality of the opponent. We selected the right formation I think to beat a team with five defenders.” Hull had just 23 per cent of possession during the game and were ruthlessly punished for their defensive mistakes. After beginning the season with confidence following last season’s comfortable survival and FA Cup final appearance, the Tigers’ form is now a cause for concern. Steve Bruce’s men are without a win in six matches and have lost their last four. They only stayed outside the bottom three on goal difference on Saturday night. Former Tottenham defender Dawson told Tigers TV : “It is always a worry because you are down there. You have to win football matches to get out of it. “People are talking about having the best squad here for many years, but it is only the best squad if we make it the best squad. “The points table at the end of the season will define that. “But we can’t get too down. We have to pick ourselves up because the games come thick and fast in December. We have got to stick together. Losing here is not going to define our season.” It was thought the 31-year-old could even lose his place with Radamel Falcao fit again after injury. But manager Louis van Gaal kept faith with his compatriot and was rewarded as Van Persie wrong-footed James Chester on the edge of the area and rifled a left-footed shot into the roof of the net after 66 minutes. “If you score a goal like that it gives you confidence and the team, and if I am really honest I needed that,” said Van Persie, who also teed up United’s second goal for Wayne Rooney. “You just have to keep working and those goals, or any goals, will come.” United have now won three in succession in the league for the first time under Van Gaal, who described the performance as the most satisfying of his time in charge. The only obvious downside was the loss of record signing Angel di Maria early on with a hamstring injury. The Argentinian will be assessed but Van Gaal has already ruled him out of Tuesday’s clash with Stoke. Hull were never in Saturday’s contest, with the tone set as Rooney shot narrowly wide after five minutes. Chris Smalling bundled in their deserved opener after a goalmouth scramble in the 16th minute. Goalkeeper Allan McGregor twice had chances to defuse the situation but ultimately could only help the ball over the line, as confirmed by the goal decision system. Robin van Persie felt he was back in business after capping Manchester United’s convincing 3-0 win over Hull with a superb final goal. Press Associationlast_img read more

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first_img Press Association Temporary QPR manager Chris Ramsey says he would be happy to reunite with Tim Sherwood at Loftus Road and admits he is in constant contact with the former Tottenham boss. Sherwood worked with both Ramsey and QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand at White Hart Lane and is the clear favourite to replace Harry Redknapp, who resigned on Tuesday. “It’s been well documented Les will be holding a series of interviews and I don’t know anything more than that,” Ramsey said. “Now I’ve got to this point in my career, I’m happy to be here, happy to involved with a club like QPR. “Walking out tomorrow and sitting next to Ronald Koeman in the Premier League is a proud moment for my family.” QPR chairman Tony Fernandes adjusted Ferdinand’s role from head of football operations to director of football following Redknapp’s departure. Ferdinand will lead the hunt for a new manager and take on a wider remit throughout the club, including some involvement on the training field. “Les is obviously a legend at the club and director of football is a job that suits him,” Ramsey said. “Les is in charge of everything to do with football and I’m sure he’s going to look at bringing players in, bringing the new manager in and lending his advice to all the football issues. “From time to time he will be involved in training. The players ask him things anyway – he’s a fully qualified coach who’s on his UEFA Pro-Licence (the highest coaching qualification).” Rangers are second bottom of the Barclays Premier League table and have failed to win any of their last seven matches. Ramsey and assistant manager Kevin Bond will be in the dugout against Southampton this weekend, but Ferdinand will also have a say in team selection. “It will be a collaborative thing,” Ramsey added. “Les will be involved to a point but on the matchday he won’t be coming in to give the pep talks. “At some stage myself and Kevin have to get our hands dirty and get on with it. “If there’s a disagreement there will be a fight in the tunnel! “I don’t think we’ll get to that point where we’re disagreeing – we’ll discuss and we’ll decide.” “Tim and I are good friends outside of football so we speak regularly. “Tim gave me an opportunity, along with Tottenham, to coach in the Premier League so I would be happy to work with him. “I think he is very good at what he does. “It’s down to the owners to decide who is going to be best for the club. “They have the club’s best interests at heart and know what they want to do long term.” Ramsey has been put in temporary charge, together with Ferdinand, for Saturday’s home game against Southampton and admits he would also like to be considered. “Any coach when you start off, you always dream about coaching in the Premier League,” Ramsey said. “You couldn’t say, ‘I don’t want to be a manager of a Premier League club’. last_img read more

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first_imgJim Culloty was encouraged by Lord Windermere’s performance in the Irish Hennessy and feels the defending champion will head to the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup with solid claims. Press Association Culloty holds an enviable record of having won with every horse he has sent to the Cheltenham Festival with Lord Windermere claiming the RSA two seasons ago on his first trip to the meeting and Spring Heeled landing the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Chase last year. Having also won the Gold Cup three times on Best Mate, Culloty’s name is indelibly linked to the Festival and he believes if Lord Windermere is successful again, he could “nearly call himself a horseman.” center_img Culloty told the BBC website: “He is a hold-up horse and at Leopardstown at Christmas the ground was bottomless, which he struggled with a bit, and the race just didn’t work, but the horse came out of it well and I wasn’t overly disappointed. “Last time, we went into the race with different tactics – we wanted to be involved in the race a bit more – and I said to Davy (Russell), if he can be upsides in front between the last two, then may the best man win. “He probably got to the front slightly sooner than that but he jumped himself there. “I think it was very encouraging, and it’s an open Gold Cup on a track where he comes alive, so all being well we’re hoping for a good solid run, but to win again would be amazing. “Henrietta Knight, a consummate horsewoman, won three with Best Mate – if I won two I could nearly call myself a horseman.” last_img read more

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