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  • It was love at first sight for the owners of this Palm Beach cottage

    1/84 Third Ave, Palm Beach.“It was already renovated when we bought it so all we had to do was move in,” Mr Lester said. “My wife is an interior stylist so she did some work on the cosmetics.“We changed the colour palette and repainted the exteriors and interiors, other than that there wasn’t much work to be done.” More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago1/84 Third Ave, Palm Beach.The beach cottage comes with dark timber floors, black and white awnings and stylish lighting. Bright stone in the kitchen combines with chic interiors. A hat wall adds a touch of seaside charm to the living room while bi-folds and french doors lead out to the deck. “The design is really special, but I love the gardens,” Mr Lester said. “The third bedroom spills out on to a patio. 1/84 Third Ave, Palm Beach.STEP inside this bright beach cottage and fall in love with its beautiful decor.That’s what happened to homeowners Greg Lester and his wife after they inspected 1/84 Third Ave seven years ago. 1/84 Third Ave, Palm Beach.“We have watched the area come of age and it has changed a lot since we first came here.“It was a bit rundown in the past but now there are cafes and shops everywhere.“The girls love it and one of them has gone to school here.”The property is close to schools, shops and restaurants. 1/84 Third Ave, Palm Beach.“I like how functional it all is, we still use the hats on the wall.’’ An outdoor shower features in the secluded gardens which Mr Lester said had been very handy. “We used to live on an acreage property and but our daughters have really enjoyed the lifestyle at Palm Beach,” he said. read more

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  • Christine Durham

    first_imgChristine Durham, 60, of Lawrenceburg passed away Sunday, March 29, 2020 at Woodland Hills Care Center in Lawrenceburg.  Christine was born Friday, November 13, 1959 in St. Clair County, Illinois, the daughter of Calvin and Amelia (Wilson) Durham.  Christine is survived by many friends.A memorial service will be held at a later date.  Memorials may be given in honor of Christine to Indiana Mentor in care of Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home.  Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812) 744-3280. To leave online condolence messages for Christine go to www.sibbettmoore.com.last_img read more

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  • Egypt snatch late winner to knock out Uganda

    first_imgBy Mark GleesonPORT GENTIL, Gabon(Reuters)-Abdallah El Said scored a last-minute winner to give Egypt a 1-0 victory over Uganda in African Nations Cup Group D yesterday and eliminate the East Africans from the competition.Egypt moved into second place in the standings on four points as they finally ended their goal drought at the tournament.El Said was set up by Mohamed Salah just when it seemed the Egyptians were going to be held to a second successive draw, blasting through the legs of the Uganda goalkeeper Denis Onyango.Uganda, without a point, cannot go through to the next round with one game still to play.Egypt began the match with a much-improved tempo after a cautious approach in their opening game against Mali, laying early siege to Uganda’s goal.Uganda, who last competed at the Nations Cup finals 39 years ago, stood firm, however, and found confidence in midfield after initially giving away a lot of possession.But there was always the threat of the speedy Salah. He showed his ability with a superb pull down before transferring the ball from right to left foot midway through the first half but his resultant shot from close range was blocked.Uganda had the ball in Egypt’s net in the 51st minute but Joseph Ochaya was offside when he finished off an in-swinging cross.Marwaan Mohsen and Mohamed Trezeguet created half-chances for Egypt but still could not forge a breakthrough until their last-gasp goal.Egypt finish their group campaign on Wednesday in Port Gentil against Ghana, who have already qualified. Uganda face Mali.Earlier on yesterday, Ghana beat Mali 1-0 to secure a quarter-final berth.last_img read more

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  • Cricket News Sri Lanka seeks ‘clear rules’ on ball tampering

    first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Colombo: Sri Lanka’s sports minister called on the International Cricket Council to establish “simple, clear rules” on Wednesday after skipper Dinesh Chandimal was punished for ball tampering.”Laws governing the offence / act of altering the condition of the ball are somewhat vague and lack clarity,” Faiszer Musthapha said in a statement.”I invite the ICC to revisit the applicable laws and ensure that a set of simple, clear and certain rules and procedures are put in place.”He did not elaborate but the statement came after Chandimal, coach Chandika Hathurusingha and manager Asanka Gurusinha were sanctioned following a tampering scandal.Chandimal refused to take the field for two hours on the third day of the second Test against the West Indies last month after he was accused of ball tampering on the previous day.Chandimal as well as Hathurusingha and Gurusinha were banned for two Tests and four one-day internationals for violating the spirit of the game by holding up the second Test against West Indies by two hours.At the start of the first Test against a touring South African team last week, Chandimal and his tourist counterpart Faf du Plessis said they wanted a list of do’s and don’ts from the ICC match referee.Although the use of saliva or sweat to shine the ball is an accepted practice, using any other substance — such as sugary residue from sweets — is prohibited.Chandimal was slapped with a 100 percent fine of his match fees and banned from the third Test against the West Indies last month after he was found guilty of tampering.Match referee Javagal Srinath said Chandimal applied saliva containing the residue of something he had in his mouth to the ball, in violation of the ICC Code of Conduct.The ICC last week unveiled tougher sanctions for ball tampering and sledging in a bid to improve on-field behaviour in the sport.The changes came in the wake of a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa in March that saw Steve Smith stripped of the Australian captaincy and suspended from international and domestic cricket for a year. His teammates David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were also banned.Du Plessis said tougher sanctions would make players think twice before putting something in their mouth and then using saliva to shine the ball. last_img read more

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  • Ezenwa Confirms Exit From FC IfeanyiUbah

    first_imgSuper Eagles goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa has confirmed his exit from Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) side FC IfeanyiUbah of Nnewi.Ezenwa also revealed that he would be moving to a new Nigerian club though he did not reveal not the team’s identity.He said this via the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday and that he took the decision to leave the Nnewi-based club “after making some consultations and putting considerations in place.’’In his words, Ezenwa also said: “The new club will be unveiled very soon in an occasion that I will sign a new jersey.”Ikechukwu Ezenwa is currently the no.1 Super Eagles and has played in goal for the last four competitive matches.Relatedlast_img read more

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  • Voters decided against Alpena Public Schools bond proposal

    first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Voters in Alpena and Presque Isle county took voted against a bond proposal for Alpena Public Schools worth over 63 million dollars in renovations and upgrades. Official results:2,549 Yes4,250 No XAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Man dies in fire at marijuana facilityNext Countywide cleanup and recycling days called a successlast_img read more

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  • Rose Ladies Series: Williamson ready to enjoy the links effect

    first_img Amelia Williamson is excited to embrace the challenge posed by Royal St George’s after developing a love and appreciation of links golf.For the first time ever, the famous Kent course will play host to a professional women’s event on Thursday when the fourth championship in the Rose Ladies Series tees off.Williamson (pictured above right) is one of three England Golf amateurs in the field.The overseas women’s squad member is joined in the stellar line-up by current British Women’s Amateur champion Emily Toy (above left) and Australian Women’s Open champion Charlotte Heath (pictured centre).The 20-year-old from Norfolk is eager to play a course renowned as one of England’s finest and, following cancellation this year, confirmed as the host venue for the 2021 Open Championship.As a member at both Royal Cromer and a classic links track at Hunstanton, Williamson is no stranger to the peculiar test thrown up by coastal golf.And although now based most of the year in Tallahassee at the University of Florida, the England international feels right at home in among the dunes.As if to prove the point, her competitive comeback at Hunstanton at the height of an English ‘summer’ showed her just what to expect if the wind blows at Sandwich tomorrow.“I was hoping this was the one I would get to play in out of all the great venues in the Rose Series, “ confirmed Williamson ahead of a practice round on the Kent coast.“I’ve never played Royal St George’s before, but do remember watching the Open in 2011.“It’s my first time playing in a professional event and only my second competition of the season, but I’m really looking forward to it as I enjoy links golf.“I recently played an event at Hunstanton on the worst day of the summer!“It was showers and 40km an hour winds and I managed to shoot one over par which was pleasing in the circumstances.“I’m not putting any pressure on myself this week, but I’m excited to take part and its great that these events have been put on to give the pros a chance to get back into competition and for amateurs to test themselves too.”When lockdown was on the horizon in March, Williamson left the Sunshine State for home and has spent her time practising as well as helping her dad Mark out on his farm.“I wasn’t doing too much – just a few things with the tractors. Because I’m away now I’m not used to it all so didn’t get too involved,” she added with a smile.But there’s also been plenty time for family golf since courses reopened in May.Mum Tracey plays off one and will caddy for her daughter at Royal St George’s while dad is also a tidy two-handicapper.With that family pedigree, it’s no surprise that Williamson has blossomed in recent years to become a mainstay of both the England girls’ and then women’s squads before heading to college in the States.In Florida, Williamson has combined her studies in sport management and economics with golf and is trying to add more strings to her bow.Renowned as a fine iron player and ‘par machine’, Williamson has focused more on her short game.Now, having dedicated time to a weakness in her game, she’s keen to make sure she doesn’t overlook practising her strengths too.“My scoring has been on and off,” added last year’s Chiberta Grand Prix and Astor Salver winner.“I definitely think my scores have not truly reflected how I’ve been playing.“I’ve been working on a few things and maybe over-focused on one aspect of my game.“I had a reputation for being a player that hit a lot of greens, two-putted and had no real need to rely on my chipping and putting.“But in the States I understood that there was going to be a need for me to make a lot more birdies and I’ve worked on wedges and putting  and perhaps neglected my irons a little.“It’s a case of now striking the right balance.”Williamson has landed an appetising draw alongside Felicity Johnson and Georgina Blackman.Toy – so keen to back into the competitive swing of things ahead of the defence of her women’s amateur crown at West Lancashire in August – has also got a good grouping.The Cornish golfer tees it up with Charlotte Thompson and Whitney Hillier.Yorkshire’s Heath is out in the first group alongside Rachel Drummond and Georgia Price.Also in the field are Rose Ladies Series Order of Merit leader Charley Hull, former British Women’s Open champion Georgia Hall, Meghan MacLaren and Dame Laura Davies.As a result of Covid-19 restrictions, no spectators are allowed on the course.For details of Thursday’s play follow the England Golf Twitter feed.  A highlights reel and interviews from the day will also be broadcast on Sky Sports Golf.AMATEUR TEE TIMES11.15 – Rachel Drummond, Georgia Price, Charlotte Heath11.37 – Felicity Johnson, Georgina Blackman, Amelia Williamson14.23 – Emily Toy, Charlotte Thompson, Whitney Hillier 8 Jul 2020 Rose Ladies Series: Williamson ready to enjoy the links effect Tags: Amelia Williamson, Charlotte Heath, Emily Toy, Rose Ladies Serieslast_img read more

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  • Love breaks discus record at Penn Relays

    first_imgPHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania:Excelsior High’s Shanice Love fought off cool and rainy conditions on the opening day of the 2016 Penn Relays to break her own national junior record and the meet mark in the girls’ discus throw.The ISSA-GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships Class One and Carifta Under 20 champion threw the discus 54.72 metres to erase the old meet record of 54.29 metres set by former Holmwood Technical thrower Gleneive Grange in 2013. Love’s throw also broke the national junior mark of 54.66m she set at the MVP track meet two weeks ago. Hydel High’s Devia Brown was third in the event with a throw of 48.34m.Love, who will move to Florida State University in September, was very excited with her throw.”I am feeling great right now and despite the fact that my sequence not that good, I used my last throw to go for it no matter what happened, win or lose,” she said.St Jago High’s Tissana Hickling also mined gold. She won the girls’ long jump with a best of 5.86 metres. Edwin Allen’s Annia Ashley was fifth with 5.46m.DIFFICULT TIMEHickling’s teammate, Jodyann Petrie, was second in the triple jump after a best of 11.97m while Samara Spencer of Hydel was fifth with 11.86m.It was clear from the first track event, the girls’ 400m hurdles, that the Jamaican athletes were going to have a difficult time in performing at their best at a cold Franklin Field stadium. Shannon Kalawan of Edwin Allen was second in the event to Anna Cockrell of Providence High, North Carolina. After a neck-and-neck battle to the penultimate hurdle, the American found extra to pull away for to in 57.38 seconds. Kallawan was second in 58.80.There was mixed fortune for the Jamaican high schools in the relays.Defending champions Holmwood and Edwin Allen were the only two schools to qualify for today’s 4x800m final following preliminary round action yesterday. Holmwood finished second in 9:15.15 behind Pennwood out of Philadelphia in 9:12.07. Edwin Allen were third in 9:12.65. Vere Technical, who won their heat in a pedestrian 9:19.89, and Spalding High did not advance.Five Jamaican schools are in the Championships of America 4x100m final set for 1:25 p.m. (Ja time) today. Holmwood have the fastest time, after winning their heat in 45.64.FAVOURITESDefending champions Edwin Allen are the next best with 45.79, while Excelsior (46.55), St Catherine High (47.08), and first time qualifiers Green Island (47.18) the other Jamaican teams in the final. One of the prerace favourites, St Jago High, had a major mishap on the first exchange between Kimone Shaw and Shaniel English and they failed to finish.There was also a big scare for favourites St. Elizabeth Technical in the girls’ 4×400 metres. They found themselves in early trouble, and anchor leg runner Junelle Bromfield, who got the baton in third place, kept her position and crossed the line in 3:50.19. They were the seventh fastest qualifiers for today’s final. Holmwood are the fastest qualifiers after winning their section in 3:46.58. Edwin Allen (3:48.07) are the other Jamaican team in the final.last_img read more

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  • GG Stakes abandoned

    first_imgRacing fans have been denied the chance to see the crack four-year-old colt SEEKING MY DREAM in action on tomorrow’s racecard.The Wayne DaCosta-trained 2015 Cal’s Jamaica Derby winner was scheduled to contest the 2000 metres Governor General’s Stakes but the race was abandoned after only three horses – SEEKING MY DREAM, PERFECT NEIGHBOUR and FRANFIELD – were nominated.PERFECT NEIGHBOUR is also trained by DaCosta while Richard Azan conditions FRANFIELD.last_img

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  • ‘Mini Jalalon’ continues to impress for the Chiefs in crucial stretch

    first_imgJudy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ “It’s still far. I’m challenged whenever coach Jerry gives me advice, especially when I commit mistakes. I always listen to him and I try my best to achieve what we’re trying to reach, to correct my miscues so that next game, I can correct those. It’s still a learning process for me and I know that I still have a lot to learn,” he said. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award LATEST STORIES Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Onwubere bids EAC goodbye on a winning note Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netSuperstitions have always been a huge part of Levi dela Cruz’ game that he continues to wear the same uniform he played well in for his next games.“Whatever I wore when I felt lucky, I won’t stop wearing it. Whatever I used when I was named the best player or whenever I play well, I would continue using it,” said dela Cruz, pointing to his gray jersey after pouring 20 points, five assists, three rebounds, and two steals in Arellano’s 81-64 win over Mapua on Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ View comments Coach Jerry Codiñera, however, says that dela Cruz isn’t so much of a Salado, but more of a Jio Jalalon, going as far as giving him a moniker of his own.“He’s like a mini version of Jalalon. The Mini Bus Driver, or the Coaster Driver,” the PBA great said, triggering smiles from the press.Turning serious, Codiñera sees big things ahead for his 22-year-old guard.“For a rookie, he’s outstanding. I think he’s our third best player and I hope he’ll continue. He has a bright future, but he has to mature, his shot selection has to keep improving, and we continue on improving. He has to shoot well, defend well, and he has to direct and lead the team,” he said.Humbled with the comparison, dela Cruz knows that he’s still far from the level of the former Arellano playmaker.ADVERTISEMENT But no matter how superstitious he is, Dela Cruz, of course, washes his clothes first.It looked like Dela Cruz’ lucked rubbed off the Chiefs as they strung four straight wins in their late Final Four run to go up to an even 9-9 slate with the pint-sized playmaker leading the way.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogDela Cruz has stepped up to the plate for Arellano, filling the shoes left by Kent Salado in the last two games, with the lead guard out for the season due to a slight MCL tear on his right knee.Interestingly, dela Cruz is wearing jersey number 16, the same number Salado wore until he changed to 3 this year. But he argued that it’s just pure coincidence, explaining that he devoted his number to his parents’ anniversary.last_img read more

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