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first_img8 Beaufort Lane, Clayfield.Constructed by builder Leo Bandiera, the residence has zoned and ducted air conditioning, video intercom and additional undercroft storage. Agent Christine Rudolph said magnificent proportions, stunning European elegance and lavish finishes defined the residence. 8 Beaufort Lane, Clayfield. NESTLED on a quiet street, this European-style residence offers privacy and extravagant indoor and outdoor living areas. A front gate opens to a tiled pathway to the ground-floor entrance, of 8 Beaufort Lane, Clayfield, which runs past established gardens and a solar-heated pool with lap-training resistance jets.Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows with privacy blinds allow natural light and pool views into a family room with polished stone flooring and high ceilings. Timber-framed glass bi-fold doors open out to a patio with an automatic awning. Back inside, a kitchen with Miele appliances, a wine fridge, coffee maker and butler’s pantry with wine cellar border the family room.Beyond the kitchen is an open-plan lounge and dining room with carpet, a gas fireplace and recessed ceilings. 8 Beaufort Lane, Clayfield.Two bedrooms have carpet, built-in wardrobes and timber casement windows. Another bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite and a private Juliet balcony overlooking the pool; this bedroom also shares its large, open-plan space with another bedroom with built-in wardrobes.Taking over the majority of the upper level is the main bedroom, exuding opulence with its gas fireplace, custom-fitted walk-in wardrobe and ensuite featuring a spa bath and double vanity.Sliding glass doors from the main bedroom open out to a spacious terrace with privacy screens and leafy views.center_img 8 Beaufort Lane, Clayfield.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Completing the lower level of the house is a powder room, media room, laundry with external access and a double garage with storage cupboards. A mosaic-tiled staircase with glass balustrade leads up to the first floor, where a central hallway connects to four bedrooms and a bathroom with a spa bath and double vanity.last_img read more

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first_imgAfter losing two of three games to Arizona last weekend, the USC baseball team has now lost three consecutive series and four of its last five series overall.But unlike those other series losses, they didn’t get swept thsi time around.Slump city · Senior catcher Kevin Roundtree hit a homerun against Arizona on Sunday. But it was not enough to help the Trojans win. – Corey Marquetti | Summer TrojanHaving not won a game in the month of May, the Trojans (23-27, 8-19) entered a three-game home stand against No. 14 Arizona on an eight-game losing skid: three against Washington, three against No. 5 Oregon, and singular midweek losses at No. 20 Cal State Fullerton and at Washington State.That eight-game slide extended to nine with an 11-1 throttling at the hands of the Wildcats Friday night at Dedeaux Field.But on Saturday the Trojans hit their stride with an 8-4 victory over the Wildcats (36-16, 18-9).Making his second-to-last start as a Trojan and his last at Dedeaux Field, senior Andrew Triggs made it count. The four-year fixture in the Trojans’ rotation went seven strong innings, allowing just three runs on nine hits.But down 3-2 in the sixth inning, the Trojans were in danger of squandering yet another quality outing from their pitching ace as they have done numerous times this season.The Trojans were being no-hit into the sixth, but responded with seven knocks in the sixth, including five in a row at one point to vault to an 8-3 lead.Arizona did get one back in the ninth, but it was no matter as the Trojans coasted to an 8-4 win.After regaining some momentum Saturday, the Trojans hoped to steal the series from the Wildcats on Sunday’s senior day.Eleven seniors were honored in what was the Trojans last conference home game of the season.USC took an early 1-0 lead on senior catcher Kevin Roundtree’s leadoff homer in the bottom of the first inning.But Roundtree allowed the Wildcats to tie the game on a passed ball in the top of the second, the first of the Trojan errors on the day.After giving up back-to-back singles to lead off the second, freshman pitcher Stephen Tarpley committed a throwing error — the second Trojan error of the day — on a sacrifice bunt attempt to load the bases with no outs.Following a  strikeout, Tarpley walked in the go-ahead run and gave up a two-RBI single to give the Wildcats a commanding 4-1 lead.Freshman second baseman Andres Rodriguez proceeded to boot a grounder to give another score to the Wildcats. He had not committed any errors up to that point this season.Tarpley rebounded, going six strong innings with just two earned runs (but five in total).For the first time in nine games, the Trojans outhit their opponent (9-8 on Sunday), but could not parlay those baserunners into runs, with Roundtree’s homer serving as the lone run in a 6-1 defeat at the hands of Arizona.The Trojans play their final home game of the season tonight at 6 p.m. when they host UC Riverside at Dedeaux Field, and they wrap up their season with three games against crosstown-rival No. 3 UCLA in Westwood over the weekend.last_img read more

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first_imgThe next three rivals of Eibar (I raised, Majorca, Y Real society) have not won in Ipurua in First Division. And the Gipuzkoan team will try to follow that tradition in their fief, because they play permanence and play three straight games at home. The Eibar You will receive this Saturday (13 hours) to Levante in the Eibarrés field, where the Valencian team has never won the victory, neither in the maximum category, nor in Second Division.The I raised Ipurua has visited four times in the First Division, in which there has been a victory for the Eibarreses (2-0 in the 2015-2016 season), and three draws.The last Eibar-Levante In the Eibarrés stadium, on December 9, 2018, it ended with an amazing match (4-4). After starting putting the place Sergi Enrich, the madness began by scoring two goals José Luis Morales Y Steal pier for visitors, Escalante and Charles (twice, one of them penalty) put the duel favorable to the Gipuzkoan side, but Tone Garcia shortened distances with a lucky shot hitting the ball in Paulo Oliveira and go astray while Borja Mayoral achieved the final draw for the granotas in minute 91.Curiously, the coach of Eibar, José Luis Mendilibar, sat before on the Levantine bench. But not even with Balance in the bank, the I raised nor could he win in Ipurua, in the first season (2014-2015) of the Catalans in the First Division with Gariz Gaizka of technician That match, played on October 14, 2014, ended with a draw (3-3) in another ‘crazy’ clash. The visitor and exazulgrana Morales He advanced the Valencians, Camarasa the rent increased, but a Pedro López’s own goal and another of Saul Berjón matched the duel, Victor Casadesús got back for the pimples, and Piovaccari He scored the final 3-2 in the 92nd minute. It was the seventh league day, and, shortly after, Mendilibar was dismissed as a Levante coach. Total, Levante has passed 15 times in Ipurua, with 7 Eibar wins, and 8 draws, since in Second Division it has not known the victory either. In the category of ‘silver’, there was the biggest win achieved by the Guipuzcoans in Segunda, a resounding 7-0 with Blas Ziarreta of coach, on November 7, 2001, in the 2001-2002 campaign.Mallorca and Real SociedadThe Majorca will play next week, Saturday March 7 (13 hours), in Ipurua for the first time in the top category, so the Balearics do not know what it is to win in Eibarrés field in First division. In the only duel that the two teams have maintained in Primera, the Majorcans won 2-1 in the Estadi de Son Moix on the first day of the current season (2019-2020).Instead, Mallorca has won five times in Ipurua in Second Division, Meanwhile he Eibar He won two wins, without draws.The Gipuzkoan club has lowered ticket prices for duels against the I raised and the Majorca with the objective that the Eibarrés field be filled with Barça fans. Thus, partners and shareholders can buy additional tickets for 10 euros (5 euros for children); while the rest of fans will have 2×1 (two games at the price of one).Later it will be the turn of the Real society, who also doesn’t know the sweet taste of victory in Ipurua in First, although he has tasted it in Second division and also in Copa del Rey.The Gipuzkoan derby, which was postponed on Sunday, February 16 due to air pollution due to a fire at a landfill in Zaldibar, will be held on Tuesday, March 10 (20 hours) in Eibarrés fief. Tickets purchased are valid for the new date.last_img read more

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first_imgThirty-year-old Charles Stoby of Hadfield Street, Georgetown on Thursday appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan to answer to two charges relating to illegal possession of firearm and armed robbery.The defendant denied the charges, the first of which alleges that on October 22, 2018, at Gordon Street Kitty, Georgetown, while being armed with the offensive weapon of a gun, he robbed Kester Johnson of a gold chain valued $130,000, among other items amounting to a total cost of $536,000.The other charge alleges that the defendant, on November 5, 2018, at Alexander Street, Kitty, had two rounds of live ammunition in his possession along with a 9mm pistol without being the holder of a licence for same.Police Prosecutor Simone Payne, objecting to bail, cited the seriousness of the offences and stated that the gun was previously used in commission of a crime.Without hesitation, the Chief Magistrate upheld the prosecution’s submission and remanded Stoby to prison. He is expected to make his next court appearance on November 23, 2018.last_img read more

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