125 Wallum Drive, Parkinson“We (were offered) input into what colours to put in the house and on the outside.“I just wanted it to stand out in the street.”The couple have lived in the modern five-bedroom property for the past 14 years with their two daughters.Mr Smith said the house’s open-plan design had attracted them.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 2020125 Wallum Drive, ParkinsonHe liked that the combined kitchen and family room were at the heart of the home, which made it easy to spend time together and entertain guests.However, he also liked that it was spacious enough for everyone to spread out. 125 Wallum Drive, ParkinsonHe said the best part about living there was that it was close to public transport, with a bus route serving the street, as well as schools and a new public swimming pool.They have added airconditioning but Mr Smith said the home had not needed any other renovations. 125 Wallum Drive, ParkinsonThe fifth bedroom could double as a study.There is also a separate lounge room, an al fresco dining area and a rumpus room that flows into the kitchen and family area.Mr Smith said the rumpus room was his favourite part of the house. “I liked sitting in there and watching sport,” Mr Smith said. 125 Wallum Drive, Parkinson“The kids could be in one section and Cathy and I could be in another and you don’t know they are there,” Mr Smith said.The master bedroom has an ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe, while three of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. 125 Wallum Drive, ParkinsonThis family home is a standout property on its street — and not just because of its sleek features.Owners Peter and Catherine Smith had the house at 125 Wallum Drive, Parkinson, painted blue so it would catch people’s eyes.“When we bought the house, it was four weeks (from) being finished,” Mr Smith said.
Robert Edward Barnes, age 63 of Sunman, IN passed away Wednesday, March 23, 2016 in Sunman, IN. Born April 17, 1952 in Somerset, KY he was the son of Ed & Ruby (Hargis) Barnes.Robert worked for General Devices in Indianapolis for 36 1/2 years as a foreman at the machine shop ans was currently working at Duefol in Sunman, IN as a security guard.Robert is survived by his children Gary Barnes (Angie) of Sunman, IN, Lorna Barnes Eads of Kentucky and Mark Barnes of Indianapolis, IN. He will also be missed by his 6 grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren and sisters Sandy Warren (Jim) of Somerset, KY, Pat Meadows (Mike) of Nancy, KY, Carolyn Garrett (John) of Lexington, KY and Sharon Tarter (Mark) of Somerset, KY.Visitation will be Monday, March 28, 2016 from 11-1pm with services at 1:00pm all at Southern Oaks Funeral Home in Somerset, KY. Burial will be in Whetstone Cemetery.Memorials may be given to Sunman Rescue 20 c/o Meyers Funeral Home. Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville, IN assisted the family with arrangements. Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Jose Mourinho and Chelsea will test Manchester United’s determination to retain striker Wayne Rooney before the transfer window closes because “nobody forbids you to try”. “At a certain point I agree with what Alan was saying, that the transfer window goes too far, the transfer window goes to the third, fourth fixture of the season, which I also agree that is too much,” Mourinho said. “But at the same time it gives everybody a chance to be in the market while we are winning or losing points. “We have conditions to try to improve our team by bringing in one more player and we are going to try that till the end.” Villa head to Chelsea on Wednesday earlier than planned owing to the Blues’ UEFA Super Cup commitments at the end of the month, buoyed by their 3-1 win at Arsenal. And Mourinho is wary of Villa following their success at the Emirates Stadium. “It’s not such a big surprise because Aston Villa can do that to any one of us,” Mourinho said. “Last season they had more points away from home than at Villa Park. “They are a team with qualities to play away, to play the counter-attack game they played at the Emirates. “They are a good team. It’s not such a big drama, they can beat any one of the contenders.” If Mourinho is feeling mischievous, the new bid could come prior to next Monday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Old Trafford. “You try, because nobody forbids you to try,” said the self-proclaimed Special One, who was speaking ahead of the clash with Aston Villa. “When you think that you’d like to have one player and the market is open and the official bids are not forbidden, official bids are always accepted in an ethical way. “Of course, the player’s owners they can do exactly what we did in relation to David Luiz and Barcelona.” Mourinho has expressed satisfaction with his squad, which contains three strikers in Fernando Torres, Romelu Lukaku and Demba Ba, but also has a fallback option if a move for Rooney is blocked again. Mourinho, who has been linked with a move for Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto’o, who played under him at Inter Milan, added: “We have plans B and C. Don’t ask me names because it’s difficult to speak about players from other clubs.” Despite hoping to remain active in it, Mourinho sympathises with those managers calling for the transfer window to close before the Premier League season starts. The subject again arose on Monday when Arsenal’s bid for Newcastle’s Yohan Cabaye on the day of the Magpies’ match at Manchester City provoked Alan Pardew’s ire. Chelsea have already seen two bids for the United striker rejected, but manager Mourinho is not yet prepared to cut his losses and will continue his pursuit until the September 2 deadline. Mourinho was asked the motivation behind a probable new bid, despite United insisting Rooney is not for sale, and the Portuguese said David Moyes could always reject any fresh approach, just as Chelsea had from Barcelona for David Luiz. Press Association
Facebook Twitter Google+ Before Peter-Owen Hayward ever took the ice with Syracuse’s club hockey team, where he scored four game-winning goals during his freshman season, time ticked away as he grappled with his college decision.Several offers and recruitment visits later, Hayward chose Syracuse, a school that does not have an NCAA Division I men’s hockey team.In just his first season of collegiate club hockey, Hayward led the country in goals with 38, three more than the next-highest player. The now-sophomore finished last season with 64 points in just 35 games. Now, Hayward and Syracuse (5-2) are trying to build on his freshman campaign.“Everyone could see he was a good player right when he came in,” Trip Franzese, Hayward’s linemate, said. “But then what he did on the ice was unexpected. I don’t think anyone expected him to do that.”After his high school graduation, Hayward didn’t enroll in college. He decided to play a season of post-graduate junior hockey for the Boston Jr. Bruins in the United States Premier Hockey League, hoping to receive Division I offers. The best he got was Division III looks. A few were solid offers, Hayward said, but none were what Hayward was looking for academically.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHayward also received offers from schools with D-I American Collegiate Hockey Association teams, like Syracuse. Ideally, he wanted a school with a strong business program, which Syracuse was able to offer with the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.Now, Hayward is a marketing and advertising dual major in Whitman and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.As a member of the Orange, Hayward’s transition came with ease. He immediately became a leader in the locker room, giving SU a much-needed spark during games, Franzese said. Paired with his athleticism and natural scoring ability, SU head coach Nicholas Pierandri said, Hayward became a top recruit for the club hockey team.“He established a new level of player at our university,” Pierandri said.Before the start of his sophomore year, Hayward’s teammates elected him to be an assistant captain, a title, Pierandri said, not commonly held by two-year players. Franzese added that Hayward leads by example, is good at getting things done and getting his teammates fired up.“He’s a marquee player,” Pierandri said, “a good voice for our team, and a leader in the way he plays.”SU enters this season having won 20-plus games four consecutive times and making three appearances in the ACHA national tournament. While Hayward looks to defend the scoring title, it’s not a thought that often enters his mind.“If you go out and try to lead the country in goals you’re never going to do it,” Hayward said. “When I was playing for the Junior Bruins, people had lots of high expectations for me coming out of high school.“… Once I let (the pressure) go and started playing more freely, I played better.” Comments Published on October 25, 2017 at 12:33 am Contact Peyton: firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Football Kenya Federation Kenya National team coach Sébastien Migné has named the provisional squad for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations, which Kenya will be taking part in for the first time in 15 years.The AFCON squad largely features players who took part in the qualification phase. Ayub Timbe has also been included in the list, after sitting out the final qualifying match against Ghana through injury.Enos Ochieng, Joe Waithira, Abdalla Hassan and Kenneth Muguna, meanwhile, highlight players called up to the CHAN squad.The AFCON bound team is scheduled to jet out to Paris, on May 31, 2019, and has already been booked at the French Rugby Federation, Marcoussis Cedex where they will hold a 19-day residential camp before flying out to Cairo Egypt, on June 19, 2019, in time for the continental showpiece.Football Kenya Federation has also secured two friendly matches in France, against Madagascar on June 7, and the Gambia a week later, on June 15, 2019.Kenya will play her Group C AFCON matches at the 30 June Stadium in Cairo. The first match will see Stars face Algeria on June 23. Tanzania will be up next on June 27, before Harambee Stars wind it up with a match against Senegal on July 1, 2019.AFCON Provisional SquadGoalkeepersPatrick Matasi, Farouk Shikalo, John Oyemba, Brian BwireDefendersDavid Owino, Brian Mandela, Musa Mohammed, Bernard Ochieng, Joseph Okumu, Joash Onyango, Eric Ouma, Aboud Omar, Philemon OtienoMidfieldersVictor Wanyama, Ismael Gonzalez, Athony Akumu, Dennis Odhiambo, Johanna Omollo, Francis Kahata, Paul Were, Eric Johanna, Clifton Miheso, Ovella Ochieng, Ayub Timbe, Whyvhonne IsuzaForwardsMichael Olunga, Masoud Juma, Christopher Mbamba, John Avire, Allan Wanga
NEW YORK — The interruption in Shohei Ohtani’s pitching schedule may end up amounting to only a few days.Ohtani threw a light bullpen session Saturday, which could put him back on schedule to start Wednesday in Detroit. He had been expected to start Sunday in New York, but the Angels scratched him, citing “workload management.”Manager Mike Scioscia was noncommittal Saturday afternoon about the plans for Ohtani, beyond saying he had to get through a light bullpen session and a more intense one.“We are going to wait for these things to happen,” Scioscia said. “We do anticipate, if everything goes well, that he’s pitching sometime in Detroit.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The Angels open a four-game series Monday in Detroit.Ohtani’s previous schedule had him throwing the light bullpen four days before a start, and the heavier one two days prior.By scratching Ohtani’s start Sunday, the Angels denied fans the chance to see Ohtani and Masahiro Tanaka share the mound. Instead, they are likely to see Ohtani hit against Tanaka.Ohtani had said Thursday he figured there would plenty of chances down the road to pitch against each other.Tanaka, speaking Saturday, didn’t seem to be too disappointed that their meeting has changed. “It was becoming a big thing, facing each other,” Tanaka said through his interpreter. “That going away maybe spoils it for the fans a little bit, but I’ll probably face him as a batter, so I just have to go out there and do my thing and try to get him out.”Scioscia would not commit to Ohtani hitting Sunday. The Angels have made it clear Ohtani will not be able to start at DH the day before or after he pitches, but he’s started almost every other day he’s been available. The only exceptions were when the Angels were facing left-handed pitchers. Tanaka is a right-hander.ALSOScioscia said he is not ready to switch to a lineup with Ohtani batting ahead of Albert Pujols. Coming into Saturday’s game, Ohtani had a .967 OPS and Pujols had a .692 mark. “You always consider all kind of lineups, but right now I think certainly Mike (Trout), Justin (Upton) and Albert are all swinging it well,” Scioscia said. “They will definitely create situations for Shohei.” …Michael Hermosillo had two hits in six at-bats in the four games he played during his first big league stint, which ended when he was optioned to make room for Jaime Barría. “It’s good for him to come up here and see the beast, see what major league pitching is, get into a major league game,” Scioscia said. “It helps you go down and bring some confidence and hopefully continue to grow. If he reaches his potential, he’s going to be a very good major league outfielder.”UP NEXTAngels (Garrett Richards, 4-3, 3.31) at Yankees (Masahiro Tanaka, 5-2, 4.95), 10 a.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM).
“The club regrets this situation and will therefore take appropriate action.”Neymar missed the Copa America with an ankle injury but was expected to be fit for the start of the new season. He was in attendance at the Maracana as Brazil overcame Peru, 3-1, in the final Sunday.Failing to report for training casts further doubt on Neymar’s future in the French capital, with Real Madrid also having long had a reported interest in him. Paris Saint-Germain says it will take disciplinary measures against Neymar after he failed to report for training Monday.The Ligue 1 champion welcomed back players for the start of preseason ahead of the 2019-20 campaign, but Neymar was a notable no-show. The Brazilian star, 27, has been linked with a return to former club Barcelona and now faces a sanction from PSG.”On Monday July 8, Neymar was due to return to pre-season activities with the Paris Saint-Germain senior squad,” a club statement said.”Paris Saint-Germain notes that Neymar Jr was not in attendance at the agreed time and place. This was without the club’s prior authorization.
Baseball is back and the president says he will soon be throwing out the first pitch for the New York Yankees. And, the President should do a much better job from the mound than Dr. Anthony Fauci who threw out the first pitch (sort of) at last night’s Yankee’s game. Trump actually played the game.Last night, the Yankees topped the defending World Series Champion Nationals 4-1 in D.C. But, Before the game, Doctor Anthony Fauci threw the ceremonial first pitch and it went wide left and bounced then he went for the fist bump with the catcher who was winded after chasing the ball. Fauci has been the face of leading America’s efforts to combat the coronavirus. In the nightcap, Dodgers win 8-1 win at home over the rival Giants. Marlins play Philly tonight. President Donald Trump said Thursday he’s agreed to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at a New York Yankees game on August 15, marking the first time he’ll take part in the longstanding presidential tradition.In 2010 he told MTV that “I was captain of the high school baseball team and I was supposed to be a professional baseball player.” He went on to say, “Fortunately, I decided to go into real estate instead. I played first base and I also played catcher. I was a good hitter. I just had a good time.”A former teacher of the future leader of the free world told Rolling Stone that Trump was once scouted by the Philadelphia Phillies and reportedly the Boston Red Sox took a peek at Trump’s prowess on the diamond as well.Thankfully Trump was too smart to play baseball professionally and instead became President of the United States.
The Allegheny County Midget Football League season is halfway done and it is turning out to be a good one. Let’s take a look at the leaderboard to see your how your community is faring:*****ACMFL Results This week’s standings: 1. Hill District 4-01. Garfield 4-0 3. Homewood 2-1-1 4. Braddock 2-24. North Shore 2-24. North Side 2-24. Wilkinsburg 2-28. Lincoln 1-2-19. Clairton 0-49. West Pittsburgh 0-4 Termites – 12-12;Mighty Mites – 7-6 Homewood;Midgets – 12-6 LincolnClairton vs. Garfield: Twerps – 33-0 Garfield; Termites – 20-0 Garfield; Mighty Mites – 41-27 Garfield; Midgets – 49-7 – GarfieldOverall Standings: 1. Hill District: 14-1-12. Garfield 13-33. Homewood 10-64. Wilkinsburg 9-6-15. Lincoln 7-7-26. North Shore 7-8-17. Clairton 5-10-18. North Side 3-12-110. Braddock 3-1310. West Pittsburgh 3-13(Take a look at our week-by- week coverage of the ACMFL on our website, www.newpittsburghcourieronline.com and leave your comments; D.W Howze can also be reached at email@example.com .) RESULTS:Braddock vs. North Side- Scores still not reported; Twerps -North Side; Termites- North Side; Mighty Mites– Braddock; Midgets-BraddockHill District vs. West Pittsburgh: Twerps – 33-0 Hill District; Termites – 42-0 Hill District; Mighty Mites – 32-20 Hill District; Midgets – Hill District won by forfeit. Wilkinsburg vs. North Shore: Twerps – 19-0 – Wilkinsburg; Termites – 6-8 – North Shore; Mighty Mites – 0-18 – North Shore; Midgets – 33-19 WilkinsburgLincoln vs. Homewood: Twerps – 28-0 Homewood; HEADS OR TAILS—The captains watch the coin toss by referee Carmen Trobato of Squirrel Hill. Trobato is in his 49th year of officiating. The North Shore Stallions won the toss. On his first of two touchdowns for the day, Shyaire Howard runs for a 41yard score for the North Shore Stallions.
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netChristian Standhardinger’s commendable effort on Sunday didn’t go unnoticed.Not only did the San Miguel Beer rookie forward showed up for San Miguel Beer against NLEX in the PBA Governors’ Cup despite coming off a flight from Jakarta, Indonesia where he represented the Philippines in the Asian Games, he also delivered a career performance.ADVERTISEMENT Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments MOST READ Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college LATEST STORIES TNT’s Romeo fined over P20k for headbutt, taunting The Filipino-German bruiser unleashed 36 points on a fiery 14-of-17 shooting from the field that went with 11 rebounds to lead the Beermen over the Road Warriors, 125-112.His exploits earned his his first PBA Press Corps Player of the Week, beating the likes of Barangay Ginebra’s Japeth Aguilar, Magnolia’s Jio Jalalon, Rome dela Rosa and Mark Barrcoa, NLEX’s Kenneth Ighalo, Phoenix’s Jason Perkins and TNT’s Jayson Castro.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Standhardinger was a vital piece as he helped the Philippines clinch fifth place, the country’s best finish in men’s basketball in the Asiad since 2002. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title 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 Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown