41 Tantula Rd East, Alexandra HeadlandA groovy piece of Sunshine Coast property is going to auction at the end of this month.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoIt’s the first time the original 1960s home, located high on Alexandra Headland at 41 Tantula Rd East, is on the market. 41 Tantula Rd East, Alexandra HeadlandThe three-bedroom brick house is on 718sq m of land with wonderful ocean views.It’s also a short walk or bike ride to the beach, Alex Surf Club, and trendy Mooloolaba cafes and bars.The property, marketed by Ray White Maroochydore’s Pam Thomas, is going under the hammer on Saturday, February 25 at 1pm.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his Manchester United side need to “try to build momentum” after Anthony Martial’s penalty secured their first away win since March at Partizan Belgrade.It ensured United moved top of their Europa League group and will qualify for the knockout stages if they beat Partizan in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford on 7 November.“We need to win away from home in the league, but another clean sheet and that gives you a platform to win games from,” said Solskjaer, whose team last won a Premier League away game in February at Crystal Palace.Martial, making his first start since August, sent Vladimir Stojkovic the wrong way from 12 yards after United’s 19-year-old defender Brandon Williams won the spot-kick.Williams’ burst forward to draw a foul from Nemanja Miletic was one of the the few bright spots in an otherwise uninspiring United display.It helped Solskjaer’s team to their first win away from home in 11 attempts with their only shot on target.Williams and 18-year-old midfielder James Garner were among seven changes made by United’s Norwegian boss from the side that started in the Premier League against Liverpool on Sunday.And initially at least, United controlled possession, with Scott McTominay wastefully heading Juan Mata’s free-kick wide and Jesse Lingard’s curling effort striking the right-hand post.However, the hosts carved out chances of their own with on-loan Roma forward Umar Sadiq bending a 20-yard strike against the post.United keeper Sergio Romero superbly preserved the visitors’ lead by parrying Seydouba Soumah’s drive after the midfielder cut past Harry Maguire, as Solskjaer’s side hung on to record their first win on their travels since their Champions League victory over Paris St-Germain. Source: BBC
Conquerors Rugby Team clinched gold to emerge champions of both the men and women matches at the just ended national finals of the Ghana Rugby Football Championship held at the Accra Sports Stadium.They beat Team Hurricane in a challenging but thrilling match by 21points to 3 points. Proud sponsors of the 2019 games, Bijou Homes, was impressed by the level of professionalism, team spirit and determination exhibited by all participants.Ms Ama Osae-Addae, a representative of Bijou Homes, said: “It is an immense pleasure to be a part of this event as we have always believed in supporting less popular sports. With the right support, we are hopeful that this sport will continue to grow and gather love and appreciation from the wider public as other mainstream sports do.” In his remarks, the President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU), Mr Herbert Mensah used the opportunity to congratulate the winners, participants, and Bijou Homes for their contribution and expressed the hope that other corporate bodies in Ghana would follow suit.The Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU), is a full member of World Rugby and continues to push the responsibility for the development and management of Rugby in Ghana. Bijou Homes is a housing development situated at Appolonia City in the suburb of Oyibi, Accra offering a range of 1 and 2 bedroom (expandable to 3) multi-functional, modern homes for sale and rent. The location offers superior urban infrastructure, housing and places of work, 24/7 security, communal amenities and more.Bijou Homes continues to be a prime choice for young Ghanaian professionals, and expats seeking high-quality affordable homes.