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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenTeneriffe: Suburb Profile 01:17The Sunshine State has long been a favoured destination not only for holidaymakers, but also for people wanting the ultimate sea change to enjoy the coastal lifestyle it brings.But a property in one of Queensland’s most sought-after locations can come with a hefty price tag.So where are the most expensive suburbs to buy?The inner Brisbane suburb of Teneriffe topped the latest list of the most expensive places in Queensland to buy.The figures come from CoreLogic median house price data from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 and suburbs were required to have at least 10 sales in the 12-month period.1. Teneriffe – $2,075,000The former industrial area has been transformed into a highly sought-after residential area, featuring renovated woolstores and preserved Queenslanders. With the area’s resurgence has come new cafes and restaurants, with the area’s riverside location a major highlight.River views in Teneriffe. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy2. Main Beach – $1,650,000That’s some view. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyMain Beach is one of Queensland’s most iconic areas, in the heart of the Gold Coast, boasting beautiful beaches and some of area’s key tourist attractions, including Sea World and the Mirage resort.3. New Farm – $1,600,000Cafe lifestyle in New Farm.New Farm offers a great lifestyle, with its tree-lined streets, riverside picnic areas and New Farm Park, along with Brisbane Powerhouse. The suburb boasts traditional Queenslanders and blocks of art-deco flats, with great public transport from buses and City Cat ferries.4. Ascot – $1,392,500A traditional Queenslander in Ascot. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyAscot is one of Brisbane’s more prestigious suburbs, with bigger homes, including renovated Queenslanders, and local private schools, along with the Eagle Farm racecourse. For shopping, there’s the popular Racecourse Rd strip.5. Mermaid Beach – $1,217,500Complete beachside access at this Mermaid Beach property. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyMermaid Beach is set on a stretch of coastline popular with surfers and swimmers who are keen on a more quiet beach location. While there are the usual Gold Coast apartments, Mermaid Beach is also home to a ‘millionaire’s row’ on Hedges Ave, boasting some prestigious beachfront properties.6. Hawthorne – $1,210,000Hawthorne has a lot to offer for young families. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyNamed after the hawthorne bushes that were planted there in the 1850s and 60s, Hawthorne is known as a great place for young families, boasting some fabulous parks, such as Oxford Street Park, as well as good public and private schools.7. Highgate Hill – $1,186,500More from newsAustralia’s best growth suburbs16 Feb 2015Why Brisbane wins property’s State of Origin21 Jun 2017Highgate Hill is close to the Brisbane CBD. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyHighgate Hill is favoured for its close proximity to the Brisbane CBD and Southbank, as well as neighbouring West End with its boutique shopping.8. Chandler – $1,180,000Chandler is favoured for houses on acreage. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyChandler is an outer suburb of Brisbane, lying 14km south east of the CBD and has some amazing properties on acreage, including many sprawling estates.9. Surfer’s Paradise – $1,175,000The iconic Surfers Paradise skyline. Picture: GettySurfers Paradise is one of Australia’s most iconic suburbs, with it fantastic beaches and seemingly endless apartment towers and hotels. There’s also the busy Cavill Mall, and lots of options for nightlife, dining and entertainment.10. Clear Island Waters – $1,165,000A classic Queenslander in Clear Island Waters. Picture: realestate.com.au/buyClear Island Waters is a small residential oasis inland from the beachfront areas of the Gold Coast, but with amazing river and canal frontage, making it popular for boating. Favoured by families and retirees, the suburb has one of the area’s biggest dog parks and a walkway to neighbouring Robina.
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock feared his side would suffer a double-figure beating after the first 15 minutes at Swansea. “After the Liverpool game nobody talks about us at all, it’s all about Liverpool, but I thought we were fantastic.” Swansea manager Garry Monk felt his side had been in control apart from a difficult period immediately after Jedinak’s equaliser. “We started the game very well on the front foot and were in the ascendancy,” Monk said. “I was disappointed with their goal because we gave the ball away, they countered and got the penalty from there. “For four or five minutes after that we were unsettled because of the dominance we had, but we were the ones pushing for the second goal and the performance was very good. “But Palace defended well, they put people on the 18-yard line and it was difficult for us to get the second goal.” Swansea have now lost 13 points from winning positions this season but Monk insisted he was not focusing on that damaging statistic. “I look at 19 points. We’ve got a great total, we’re still seventh and we’re still improving and progressing as team,” Monk said. “Yes, we’ve made little mistakes but I look at the positives. “The performance level I can’t argue with, we’re having a good season and we’re trying to find our way to push on.” “The first 20 minutes is as bad as I’ve seen us play since I’ve been at the club. “We just couldn’t put two passes together, we couldn’t pass water. It was really poor. “But after that we regrouped and I thought our lads responded.” Warnock felt Palace were aided by an injury to striker Dwight Gayle which allowed James McArthur to bolster the midfield and Marouane Chamakh fill the main striker’s role. And it was Chamakh who won the penalty when Jonjo Shelvey’s clumsy challenge saw the Moroccan fall to the floor in a crowded penalty area. “McArthur coming on and Chamakh going up front helped us, it made us more solid and more of a threat,” Warnock said after Palace had built on their 3-1 home victory over Liverpool. “Swansea always control the game, that’s how they are. But you have to give us credit as a lot of teams could have laid down, but we played controlled football after the break. “We might be limited in certain areas but we are a good honest bunch. Press Association Wilfried Bony scored his sixth goal in seven Barclays Premier League games on the quarter-hour mark to reward Swansea’s complete domination, but Palace levelled through Mile Jedinak’s 25th minute penalty and ending up taking a 1-1 draw home from the Liberty Stadium. “I was wondering if it would be double figures after 15 minutes because it couldn’t have got any worse,” Warnock said.
Elsewhere, Kano Pillars Football Club yesterday picked up a slim 1-0 win over visiting Heartland FC of Owerri to start their campaign on a winning note. The match which was played at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano was watched by large number of spectators.Midfielder Sunday Chinedu scored the winner in the 16th minute, and in spite of their dominance Kano Pillars failed to add to their lead.In Aba, Nelson Ogbonnaya gave Enyimba the lead on 13 minutes, before Abdulrahman Bashir sealed the win in the 54th minute.Chukwuka Onuwa and Stanley Okorom were hoping to make their debuts, since joining from MFM during pre-season, but Enyimba head coach Usman Abdallah decided to keep faith with Austin Oladapo and Andrew Abalogu ahead of the duo.The visitors handed debut to Michael Ohanu, who formed a formidable partnership upfront with Chijioke Akuneto and Akanni Elijah in a 4-3-3 formation. Ohanu joined the Lagos side from El-Kanemi Warriors.Enyimba got the fixture to a rousing start just before the quarter hour, as Ogbonnaya rose highest to head home Nasiru Sani’s throw-in. MFM goalkeeper Emmanuel Nasamu and his defenders lost out while trying to keep Chinedu Udechukwu in check, leaving Ogbonnaya free in the six-yard area.The People’s Elephant would have doubled their advantage three minutes before the break, but Nasamu turned up this time, to deny Bashir from 15 yards.The home side took firm control of the fixture with a second, nine minutes after the break. Bashir got to the end of Abalogu’s free kick to nod in from close range.Midway through the second half, Abdallah withdrew Stanley Dimgba, to hand former MFM man Onuwa his debut, much to the delight of the home fans, who gave him a standing ovation.Onuwa’s presence added bite to the home side’s attacking play, but Enyimba could not translate their dangerous attacking moves to further goals, as the duo of Stephen Chukwude and Thomas Zenke were wasteful late on.MFM would have had a consolation five minutes to time, but Akuneto had himself to blame for deciding to go solo, instead of squaring the ball through to Ohanu, who had just the goalkeeper to beat.Enyimba go top of Group A, after Kwara United and Sunshine Stars shared the spoils in IIorin. The four remaining fixtures in the group were postponed to a later date, due to continental engagements (Lobi and Rangers) and recovery time handed the newly promoted teams (Remo Stars and Bendel Insurance).NPFL RESULTSAkwa Utd 0-1 El KanemiEnyimba 2-0 MFM FC Kano Pillars 1-0 HeartlandKwara 1-1 Sunshine StarsNasarawa 1-0 Abia WarriorsPlateau Utd 0-0 IfeanyiUbahPOSTPONED MATCHESRangers v TornadoesGo Round v Kada CityLobi Stars v Katsina UtdRivers Utd v Remo Stars Wikki v Bendel InsuranceYobe Stars v Gombe UtdShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram NPFL…NPFL…NPFL…By El-Kanemi grabs first away win in UyoSeven-time champions Enyimba got their 2018/2019 NPFL season underway with a convincing two-nil win over MFM FC Lagos at the Enyimba International Stadium, Aba on Sunday.
James Chester’s own goal completed Manchester United’s comeback from two goals down to win at Hull. Chester gave the hosts the lead with a volley, before David Meyler’s shot deflected in after 12 minutes.But United’s Chris Smalling headed in, before Wayne Rooney thumped United level from more than 20 yards, his 150th Premier League goal for the club. Ex-Old Trafford man Chester headed into his own net in the second half, before United’s Antonio Valencia was sent off.In coming from behind, it is the fifth consecutive win for David Moyes’ team – the first time that has happened since he took charge. Hull had conceded just three goals in their previous eight matches at KC Stadium but folded under pressure from United. Steve Bruce has now gone 19 league games without a win as manager against his old club.It looked very different when his side were two goals up inside 13 minutes. First, Alex Bruce rose above Patrice Evra to win the ball from Tom Huddlestone’s corner, with Chester volleying in from a couple of yards.Soon after, Meyler lobbed into the area for Yannick Sagbo and, after the visitors failed to clear, Meyler’s mis-hit shot deflected in off Jonny Evans. Minutes later, United halved the deficit when Smalling glanced in a header from Rooney’s free-kick.Tigers goalkeeper Allan McGregor pulled off a fine save from Tom Cleverley’s curling shot as Hull came under heavy pressure. But after 26 minutes, Moyes’ side moved level when Rooney’s attempted through ball was blocked by Curtis Davies, and the United man took a touch before thumping past McGregor.
Bafana Bafana coach,Shakes Mashaba has described Algeria, one of South Africa’s first opponents at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, as “very tough, tactical and quick going forward”.Mashaba was hoping to pit his rapidly improving Bafana Bafana side against the North Africans in a pre-tournament friendly, but that is unlikely to happen now that the sides are drawn against each other in Group C.Bafana’s other opponents in the group are also likely to pose a stiff challenge – South Africa have never beaten Senegal in five attempts, and while their record against Ghana is a good one, the Black Stars are one of Africa’s strongest sides, and beat South Africa home and away while qualifying for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.Full Afcon drawGROUP AEquatorial GuineaBurkina FasoGabonCongo GROUP BZambiaTunisiaCape VerdeDR Congo GROUP CGhanaAlgeriaSouth AfricaSenegalGROUP DIvory CoastMaliCameroonGuinea
Superintendent: Dr. Mark Whitener 150 Clearwater 43 Wellington 14 180 10 220 10 Rose Hill Friday, Sept. 23 Andale Friday, Oct. 7 165 Aaron Schoemann Michael Billington 12 David Matlock 230 18 Manager: Austin Fink 11 15 Mulvane Caleb Alcorn 77 Friday, Oct. 28 3 280 185 5 Caleb Fowler 150 Drake Alcorn 65 2 Caleb Reichenberger 70 72 155 10 Michael Ledbetter 85 home 10 11 10 Braden Struble 180 50 68 away 11 W. Collegiate Spirit Squad: Taylor, McGothlin, Regan Pourner, 170 190 170 10 11 10 190 2016 Wellington Crusader Football Chloe Easterly, Andi Dry, Kelsi Haydon, 10 Eric Kop Bailey Etter 1 12 240 10 Deyton Araujo 130 Chance Wilson Assistant Principal: John Buckendorff 61 Friday, Sept. 30 Logan Jones 165 12 10 Trayson Probst Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 240 78 84 away 10 Lukas Soria 185 Rose HillW. Collegiate 51 Rose Hill 6Mulvane 40 Rose Hill 20.Roster: 270 10 6 220 190 220 Ian Groom De’ Andre Washington 22 10 11 Athletic Director: Luke Smith Julian Jimenez home Tyler Jimenez Principal: Adam Hatifield 10 Gabe Smith Makenna May, Cassidy Harriger, Lexi Saffell, by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” There is little doubt that Wellington so desperately needs to win Friday night. Trouble is, Rose Hill has a similar desperation.The Crusaders will travel to Rose Hill in what will be a battle of two winless teams. The Rockets have a tough row to hoe in the future. But it wonâ€™t be like Wellingtonâ€™s murderous trifecta of Andale, Wichita Collegiate and Scott City in simultaneous weeks.Rose Hill comes into the game on an 11-game losing streak. The last time Rose HillÂ won was in Oct. 30, 2014 when it beat Mulvane 28-22.After a dreadful 2015 in which the Rockets went 0-9 and never played a close game, Rose Hill fell to Wichita Collegiate 41-6 and Mulvane 40-20 last weekend. It has been a precipitous fall for a program that won a state championship in 2011.The Rockets are chomping at the bits for a victory.Both Rose Hill and El Dorado had similar statistics in games against Mulvane. In week one, El Dorado accumulated 238 yards vs. the Cats while the Rockets had 210. They both gave up large chunks of yards to the Cats 343 to 360.So it might be safe to say on a talent level, El Dorado and Rose Hill are similar.Wellington gave up 355 yards against El Dorado. For the Dukes to see any success this season, the defense has to do better.â€œI was looking at our defense on Saturday, and sometimes we had five sophomores out there playing at the same time,â€ said first year head coach Zane Aquilar. â€œThatâ€™s a tough way to go.â€Wellington showed much improvement on offense. Wellington had 255 yards in offense including 153 yards passing. The passing game appears to be coming along.It isnâ€™t as if Wellington has not been competitive in the first two games. Wellington was down 14-7 against Clearwater in the first half and tied 6-6 against El Dorado. Many would argue that the Crusaders outplayed the Wildcats in the first 24 minutes.But the second half has been problematic for this young squad which has given up 27 and 28 points in the first two games.The Rockets will feature senior quarterback Grant Moore, a two-year starter, who is 8 of 25 for 98 yards so far this season. Rose Hill has two running backs making yardage. J.J. Carney has accumulated 103 yards on 16 attempts for a 6.44 yard per carry average. Bradly McAllister has 91 yards on 24 attempts.Wellington will go into the game with 564 total yards. Cade Phelps is 11 of 40 for 238 yards. Chris Kop and Colton Glover have each accumulated 133 and 120 yards respectively so far. Runs like the 14-yard touchdown run made by Glover on Saturday when he dragged the whole El Dorado team into the end zone will help this Friday.Joe Ybarra, a sophomore receiver, has four catches for 90 yards. That didnâ€™t include his interception last week. Deâ€™Andre Washington, another sophomore, appears to getting his footing with three catches for 70 yards, including a big catch late in the second half vs. the Cats.Aguilar said at this juncture it is about the boys believing in themselves. He is confident that if Wellington competes at the level its capable of, the Crusaders will be victorious Friday night.Wellington-Rose Hill game at a glance:Wellington (0-2) at Rose Hill (0-2), Friday at 7 p.m.Follow the game: Internet: Live twitter blogs on this site, Sumner Newscow. Twitter: Follow us at Cueballnewscow. Radio: Adrian Young and Jamie Cornejo, play-by-play, KLEY, 1130-AM and 100.3-FM. Television: Sumner Cable TV, Channel 5 (audio). Photos and recaps: wellington.cc and Sumner Newscow.Game night weather: Forecasters are calling for 20 percent rain during kickoff and that percentage increases to 35 percent before the conclusion. Bring your umbrella nevertheless.Series history: Wellington holds a 14-3 winning history against Rose Hill.Rose Hill (14-3)1981 – Wellington 33 Rose Hill 61982 – Wellington 37 Rose Hill 71987 – Wellington 35 Rose Hill 121988 – Wellington 26 Rose Hill 161994 – Wellington 48 Rose Hill 161995 – Wellington 33 Rose Hill 61996 – Wellington 40 Rose Hill 01997 – Wellington 30 Rose Hill 02000 – Wellington 56 Rose Hill 02001 – Wellington 38 Rose Hill 132004 – Wellington 28 Rose Hill 202005 – Wellington 20 Rose Hill 352006 – Wellington 6 Rose Hill 21 bi-district.2008 – Wellington 14 Rose Hill 132009 – Wellington 15 Rose Hill 212014 – Wellington 33 Rose Hill 212015 – Wellington 44 Rose Hill 20Game’s significance: With Andale, Wichita Collegiate and Scott City looming, this will be a very big game for the Crusaders.Injury situation: Lukas Soria is out for six weeks. The rest of the team has normal bumps and bruises.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Competing schedules: 11 10 140 150 10 El Dorado 34 Wellington 18 215 16 160 12 190 Cade Phelps Chase Pfalzgraf 10 Matthew Mason 21 160 Tatum Witham, Tori Winger, Kayla Billington 12 Jack Walton 60 180 140 Head Coach: Zane Aguilar 12 Brayden Higgenbotham 42 10 Joe Ybarra Varsity Football (all games 7 p.m.) 10 Chris Kop Assistant Superintendent: Brad Morris Scott City home 33 Dylan Goodman Cody Metz WELLINGTON Sponsor: Katie Franke Dylan Ferguson away 165 Nic Reyes 170 Ulysses 160 11 8 Rick Phelps, Tim Lira, Nick Wellington, Ryan Elder Friday, Oct. 21 Chi Barton 135 Assisntant Coaches: Tony Ybarra, Ross Foley, John McComb, 25 Tyler Murray Winfield Conner Burnett 12 Colton Glover 12 12 165 53 51 160 12 79 62 Jason Jeffrey Friday, Oct. 14 Braiden Buresh 63 11 11 220 71 11 Friday, Sept. 16 7 24 66 4 away 10 54 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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