7 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.
GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Ladbrokes has been confirmed as the new title sponsor for multiple PDC tournaments including this weekend’s much anticipated Players Championship Finals.The newly formed deal means the operator becomes the primary sponsor of the Masters and UK Open from next year, capitalising on the opportunity presented with the Coral brand picking up the sponsorship of the UK Open.Barry Hearn emphasised that the deal highlights the companies’ commitment to ‘action packed’ PDC events, which commence this weekend. “It’s wonderful to be working with Ladbrokes again and this deal shows their ongoing commitment to a wide range of PDC tournaments,” said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.Ladbrokes have a long-held association with the PDC and this deal will showcase their brand across three of our biggest televised events over the next four years.He added: “The new sponsorship begins at this weekend’s Ladbrokes Players Championship Finals, which promises to be an action-packed weekend with coverage live on ITV4 and worldwide.“Following the excitement and drama of PDC events recently during our busy autumn period, there is greater interest than ever in the sport and an increasingly high standard being produced by stars on the oche.”With regards to its marketing approach, Ladbrokes was recently praised by the The Senet Group for its commitment to promoting responsible gambling through its marquee sponsorship of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL).Coral (GVC Holdings) also looked to capitalise on a new marketing approach, turning to Hollywood for its TV ad campaign ‘Sports Rodstein’. The campaign introduces Sports Rodstein, the US’ biggest sports fan played by popular Hollywood comedian Danny McBride (Tropic Thunder, Eastbound & Down, Pineapple Express). Submit Related Articles Share StumbleUpon FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Senet Australia appoints Paul Newsom as new client advisory lead August 27, 2020 Share
Ghanaian youngster player Yaw Yeboah has been nominated for the CAF Youth Player of the Year.The Lille midfielder was part of Sellas Tetteh’s under 20 team that represented Ghana at the African Youth Championship in Senegal and the World Cup in New Zealand.Yeboah dazzled fans and players alike with his pace and trickery and scored Ghana’s first goal at the youth World Cup.Yeboah is product of Ghana’s reknowned Rights to Dream Academy.The youngster will compete against Adama Traore of Mali, Kelechi Nwakali of Nigeria, Samuel Diarra of Mali and Victor Osimhen of Nigeria.Charles Kumi Gyamfi of Ghana has also been nominated for the African Legend awards with Ghana making both the Men National Team of the Year and the Women National Team of the Year. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Winnie Lou Howard Nelson, 100, of Wellington died on May 15, 2016 at the Golden Living Center of Wellington. Memorial Services will be at 1 p.m., Monday, June 6 at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Coldwater. Memorials have been established with the Wellington Humane Society. Contributions may be made through Shelley Family Funeral Home. Winnie Lou Howard Nelson was born on May 17, 1915 the daughter of Benjamin and Lillian (Matthews) Tandy in Coldwater, Kansas. She graduated from high school in Catarina, Texas. Winnie was united in marriage to Floyd Howard in 1932 and after his passing was united in marriage to Allen Nelson in 1989. She was a country singer and the last Rancherett with the KFH ranch boys of the 1940s, granddaughter of one of the first horse back Methodist preacher. Winnie also enjoyed dancing at the KFH building and gardening and loved spending time with her family.She is survived by her daughter Lily Ann Hinson of Wellington; grandchildren Sue Ann and husband Don Priboth of Nardin, Oklahoma, Ted and wife Deanna Hinson of Goddard, Robert and wife Lynne Hinson of Wichita, , Floyd and wife Patty Hinson of Denver, Colorado; 7 great-grandchildren; and 12 great great-grandchildren and 5 nieces and nephews.Preceding her in death are her parents, husbands, brothers Enid Tandy and James Tandy, sisters Agnes Swarner and Dorothy Littrel.