Retired couple keen to snap up big home on small block

first_img7 Marshall Avenue, Seven Hills.A retired Brisbane couple have forked out more than $1 million for a newly built home on a tiny 305sq m blockClass Real Estate selling agent John Kubatov said the couple paid $1,030,000 for the property at 7 Marshall Ave, Seven Hills. Mr Kubatov said he was surprised at the high level of interest in the home, which was built on a small block of land. The layout of the house was a drawcard.Mr Kirk lives next door and said he had watched the house being built from the get-go.Mr Kubatov received several offers on the property and said the new owners had attended almost every open home. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Inside the Seven Hills home.“The drawcard was that it was a high quality build,” Mr Kubatov said.“The layout worked really well. The location was good, it’s in a quiet street and you can walk to the coffee shops – it’s got that nice village feel to it.”The four-bedroom, five-bathroom architecturally design property was owned by Stuart Kirk, a project property development manager for SK2. last_img read more

Brilliant Given keeps Fulham at bay

first_imgFulham 0 Aston Villa 0Aston Villa debutant Shay Given denied Fulham victory in their first Premier League match under Martin Jol.Goalkeeper Given, a £4m capture from Manchester City, kept Jol’s side at bay with a number of fine saves. AdChoices广告Summer signing John Arne Riise should have marked his league debut for Fulham with a goal after only nine minutes.The Norwegian galloped down the left and was allowed time and space to latch onto Danny Murphy’s perfect pass, only to blast over the bar.Villa missed a good chance of their own when Mark Schwarzer was able to comfortably save Emile Heskey’s tame effort after the former England man drifted away from Philippe Senderos to meet Richard Dunne’s ball into the box.Defender James Collins should also have opened the scoring for Villa but missed the target from close range after being found by Charles N’Zogbia’s cross.Stiliyan Petrov then smashed just over Schwarzer’s bar, before a mistake by Collins at the other end let in Andrew Johnson, whose shot was parried by Given.The Irishman, making his first Premier League appearance for 16 months, produced an even better stop just after half-time.Johnson nudged Damien Duff’s right-wing cross on to Zamora, and Given did brilliantly to deny the former Tottenham striker from six yards.Given thwarted Zamora twice more, first by saving his header and then keeping out his shot after he had been set up by Murphy.Villa, playing their first game under new manager Alex McLeish, rarely threatened in the second half.The closest they came to nicking a winner was when Heskey pulled the ball back for Marc Albrighton to fire into the side netting.last_img read more

52nd Session of the Executive Board of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina held

first_imgThe 52nd session of the Executive Board of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina was held today in Sarajevo, under the chairmanship of the FF BH President Elvedin Begić. In addition to the members of the FF BH Executive Board, the session was also attended by a member of the Committee for Mediation and Counselling, Sead Kajtaz.At today’s session, all decisions were made unanimously, and the following was adopted:1.) Minutes and implementation of conclusions from the 51st session of the FF BH Executive Board, held via video conference on 01.06.2020;2.) The FF BH Executive Board remains with its decision no. 02-1608-2/20 dated 01.06.2020, which was confirmed by the official letter of UEFA with their acceptance of the final decision of the FF BH competent body in charge of organizing and managing the competition. According to the requests of clubs from the BH Premier League (FK “Zvijezda 09” and NK “Čelik”), clubs from the Premier Youth League (FK “Slavija” and NK “Travnik”) and clubs from the futsal competition (KMF “Beli Anđeo” and FC “Mostar” SG Staklorad) for amending the decision made by the FF BH Executive Board at its session of 01.06.2020. At today’s session, the position was taken to confirm the previously adopted decision of the FF BH Executive Board, which was also the best solution at the time and extraordinary circumstances, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic in the world. The decision is legally grounded and finds its basis in the relevant regulations and rules of the FF BH, as well as the binding UEFA guidelines for COVID-19.3.) Reports of the Competition Committee, the Referees and Refereeing Committee, the Stadiums and Security Committee, as well as the Disciplinary Commissions of the FF BH;4.) Regulations and decisions for the next competition season 2020/21, as follows:Regulations on Registration of Players and Clubs, Transfer and Status of Players,Regulations on Referees and Refereeing of the FF BH,Regulations on the FF BH Competitions,Amendments to the FF BH Decision on Fees for Training,Decision on the Amount of Fees for Regular and Extraordinary Legal Remedies.Decision on the duration of the summer registration period in 2020 for professional and amateur players registered for Premier League clubs in B&H from 13.07.2020 to 02.10.2020, amateurs for other levels of competition from 13.07.2020 to 02.10.2020, amateur futsal players from 01.09.2020 to 15.10.2020, as well as an extraordinary registration deadline for teams that play in the UEFA Futsal Champions League from 01.09.2020 to 15.09.2020.5.) Competition regulations for the 2020/21 season and decisions on the competition calendar, as follows:Regulations on the Premier League and the BH Cup Final (CHANGE: two semi-final matches are played and one match of the BH Cup final)Regulations on the Women’s Premier League and BH Women’s Cup Final,Regulations on the Premier Youth U-19 League and the BH Youth Cup Final,Regulations on the Premier Youth U-15 and U-17 Leagues,Regulations on the Premier Women’s Cadets (U-17) League.6.) Information on the financial situation and marketing activities in the FF BH.last_img read more

Denny Morrison looks to keep improving at weekend World Cup event

first_imgAfter finishing fourth in Salt Lake City in the 1,000 metre event and fifth in the 1,500 metre, the Fort St. John native will be looking to reach the podium this time around.That performance was a significant improvement over his Calgary showing where he finished 11th in both events.- Advertisement –last_img