Roar player Tommy Oar selling Gold Coast property

first_imgFootballer Tommy Oar has listed his Surfers Paradise apartment for sale. Picture: GettySocceroo and Roar star Tommy Oar has his Gold Coast unit on the market, according to researcher CoreLogic.The two-bedroom, two-bathroom Surfers Paradise apartment is one of just 20 in a boutique complex around 50m to the beach.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 agoOar’s apartment is in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Picture: realestate.com.auProperty records show Oar purchased the pad in 2012 for $360,000 and it’s currently listed for sale at offers above $415,000 with Roger Haddad from Gold Coast Residential Properties.The north-facing renovated apartment comes with secure undercover parking and extra storage.A majority of the residents in the six-floor building are owner-occupiers and potential rental returns are between $480-520 per week, according to the realestate.com.au listing.A view from Oar’s Surfers Paradise unit. Picture: realestate.com.auThere’s also lift access and a large pool.Oar was born on the Gold Coast and moved through the local representative ranks until being picked up by the Roar.last_img read more

Wednesday people roundup

first_imgAP3, DNB, Northern Trust Asset Management, Towers Watson, Cardano, Goldman Sachs, Henderson Global Investors, Macquarie Investment Management, Eaton Vance, LCP Investment ConsultingAP3 – Lars Sundberg has been appointed by Sweden’s AP3 as chief portfolio risk manager and will report in the newly created position to the pension fund’s CIO Mårten Lindeborg. Sundberg comes to AP3 from DNB, where he has worked as a fund manager since 2002. Before that, his employers included Gotabanken, InterIKEA, ABB Investment Management, Erik Penser and Enskilda.Northern Trust Asset Management – Hazel McNeilage has been appointed managing director for the EMEA, responsible for institutional business development and relationship management across the region. She joins from Northill Capital, where she was a consultant. Before then, she was head of funds management at QIC and global head of sales at Principal Global Investors.Towers Watson – The consultancy has boosted its global hedge fund capabilities with three hires. Aongus O’Gorman, who will cover a range of hedge fund strategies, was previously managing director of boutique consultancy Round Tower Solutions. Victoria Vodolazschi, who will focus on long/ short equity, macro and systematic strategies, joins from PivotalPath, where she was a consulting strategy specialist. Abbas Alighanbari, who will be involved in a range of hedge fund strategies, initially focusing on long/short equity, joins from International Asset Management, where he researched and conducted quantitative and qualitative analysis. Cardano – Patrick Cunningham has been senior client director. He joins from Goldman Sachs, where he worked for 15 years in New York and London, most recently as managing director in the investment banking division’s Pension Advisory Group. Henderson Global Investors – Alex Mander has been appointed associate director for the institutional business to work with UK-based consultants. He joins from Daiwa SB Investments (UK), where he worked as a business development manager in institutional and wholesale markets.Macquarie Investment Management – Gillian Evans has been appointed head of UK institutional distribution. She joins from Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where she was responsible for long-term relationships with institutional clients. Before then, she spent four years at Insight Investment in London.Eaton Vance – Six equity research analysts have been appointed as part of a broader effort to expand the company’s global equity investment offerings. Samantha Pandolfi joins from Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM), Ian Kirwan from the Qatar Investment Authority, and Iain McNaught from PIMCO. Allen Mayer and Nakaba Minai also join from GSAM, while Claus Roller joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.LCP Investment Consulting – Matt Gibson has been appointed head of investment research. He has previously worked at Aon Hewitt and GAM asset managers, where he managed fund-of-fund portfolios for institutional and retail investors.last_img read more

Court Keeps Milan Murder Trial In Ripley County

first_imgA judge denied a defense motion to move a murder trial outside of Ripley County.The defense team of 22-year-old Allison Moore, of Colerain Township, Ohio, asked the court last week for a change of venue, however it was denied according to Ripley County Prosecutor Ric Hertel.“This matter was litigated and subsequently briefed by both parties,” said Hertel. “Following that the court issued its ruling.Moore is one of three people accused of murdering 68-year-old Nancy Hershman, of Milan on December 30, 2012.Defense attorneys also filed a motion for Test Jury which was also denied on the same day. Trial is set to begin on March 31, 2014.While three people are awaiting trial, a local community remembers the life of Hershman. A Light the Night Memorial Vigil is scheduled for Saturday Jan. 4. It will be held at Highway 101 & 350 at 6pm. A memorial service will also be held at New Craven Cemetery at 7pm.Luminaries will be sold for $1 each or $5 for six. Proceeds will benefit the Nancy Hershman Scholarship fund.Your name and donations may be mailed to P.O. Box 1 Milan, IN 47031.last_img read more

Greenwood set for second crunch summit with Man Utd boss in 24hrs

first_img Loading… Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood is sweating on his place ahead of their Premier League kickoff against Crystal Palace. Greenwood met with United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday for an hour after a week which saw him twice make public apologies for off the field indescretions. Solskjaer plans further talks with his young forward when he gets his full squad back together at Carrington on Monday. United were not planning to discipline him over what happened in Reykjavik – despite the club’s disappointment in him, reports The Sun.Advertisement read also:Greenwood admits to ‘poor judgment’ after inhaling laughing gas But Solskjaer must now decide how to handle the latest incident – being pictured taking laughing gas – which is believed to have taken place around three weeks ago. The Norwegian would ideally want Greenwood in his plans – particularly with the move for Jadon Sancho still in limbo. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniversePlus-Size Babes Who Will Make Your Heart Race7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks6 Best Natural History Museums In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?last_img read more

Black Cats make Mavrias move

first_imgSunderland have completed the signing of Greece teenager Charis Mavrias from Panathinaikos for an undisclosed fee, the Barclays Premier League club have announced on their website. In total he has made 70 domestic and European appearances for the Greek club, scoring six goals. Aside from his two full international appearances, Mavrias has also been capped at under-17, under-19 and under-21 level. Press Associationcenter_img The 19-year-old winger, who has won two caps with Greece, has agreed a three-year deal with the Black Cats and been assigned the number 35 in Paolo Di Canio’s squad. Mavrias came up through the youth ranks at Panathinaikos and in 2010 became the second-youngest player to play in the Champions League – at the age of 16 years and eight months. last_img read more

Paul & Sons 15-over final set for tomorrow

first_img… Rems, Enmore aiming for consecutive titlesBy Frederick HalleyTORONTO, Canada – After carting off last weekend’s Caribbean Sensation/Nirad Lall-sponsored 10/10 Division One championship, Rems will be aiming to make it two straight titles when they clash with Mercenary in the Paul & Sons-sponsored 15-over final tomorrow at the Ashtonbee number two ground.Meanwhile, the Division Two final features Enmore and Carr Tec at the Ashtonbee number one ground in what is a repeat of last Saturday’s 10/10 final, with the latter not only endeavouring to turn the tables on their opponents but also reversing last year’s finish when they had to settle for the runners-up spot to Good Success.Incidentally, both of last year’s winners – Sunshine in Division One and Good Success in Division Two – are out of contention for varying reasons, Sunshine opting to pull out of the league and Good Success losing to Carr Tec in the semi-final.On the Division One consolation final Rebels will trye to take home another winners trophy when they battle with last week’s losing championship finalists GT Bannas, on Ashtonbee Reservoir number one while Bacchus Ruff Ryders and Ramblers square off at Ashtonbee Reservoir number two.While Rems made light work of GT Bannas in the 10/10 final, the showdown with Mercenary is expected to be far fiercer and a keener contest is definitely on the cards.It will be recalled that Rems were responsible for Mercenary’s exit from the 10/10 tournament at the semi-final stage and also stopped them in their tracks in the regular season (20 overs) tournament, giving them somewhat of an added momentum entering tomorrow’s final.Terry MathuraRems will also be hoping that their top-order which includes the likes of Chien Gittens, Richard Dias, Krishna Deosaran and Ian ‘Russian’ Baldeo, hit form since apart from Surujpaul Deosaran, who hit a top score of 29 last weekend, the rest of the batting failed to get going.Their bowlers, led by Yoodhanlall Sukhlall, were simply superb against GT Bannas and will be looking to replicate those performances.Regular season leaders Mercenary had high hopes of making a clean sweep of the Division One titles but their expectations have already been shattered. Apart from wanting to “settle the score” with their opponents, bragging rights are also up for grabs in this highly anticipated contest.Skipper Looknauth Ramsuchit is extremely confident that Mercenary will come out on top. Apart from the captain’s contribution, the batting hinges around Shauan Deonandand, Munniram Karran, Yadram Bogh and all-rounders Aftab Shamsudeen and Avinash Sookdeo. Support will also come from bowlers Rabindra Diaram and Bolanauth Sukhu.The Division Two final, featuring Enmore and Carr Tec, is expected to be brimful of interest. Undoubtedly, Carr Tec were the favourites to win last week’s 10-over contest after playing unbeaten in both the regular and knockout tournaments. However, they were brought down to earth by a spectacular performance from Enmore who outduel them in all facets of the game.Led by fine innings from man-of-the-match Abdool Azeez and former Guyana youth player Steve Ramdass, Enmore were by far the better team on the day and fully deserved their triumph.Carr Tec will once again be pinning their hopes on former Guyana youth batsman Ravendra Mandolall, who was a ‘no-show” as far as getting among the runs last week. A surprising element in Carr Tec’s play last week was the experienced Terry Mathura who bowled only one over, in which he conceded nine runs and claimed two wickets.Following the conclusion of the 15-over final, the battle will resume for regular-season (20 overs) supremacy.last_img read more

ESM boys basketball goes to 3-0; F-M, J-D both earn wins

first_imgLuke Davidson finished with 12 points, just ahead of Charlie Gadsden, who earned 11 points. Ethan Page finished with seven points.Following its own 1-1 start, Jamesville-DeWitt took on Cortland in Friday’s SCAC Empire division opener and jumped all over the Purple Tigers on the way to a 69-36 victory.It was the Red Rams’ defense that settled matters, holding Cortland to just 13 points in the first half as it built a comfortable margin.Payton Shumpert, with 18 points, and Preston Shumpert, with12 points, led J-D’s attack. Matt Cieplicki got eight points, with Nurw’ily Neal and Gunther Schnorr earning six points apiece.Back on Tuesday night, Christian Brothers Academy hosted Cicero-North Syracuse and held on to defeat the Northstars 69-66 for its first victory of the season.Both teams had started 0-2 with narrow defeats – CBA to Jamesville-DeWitt and Fayettteville-Manlius, C-NS to Rome Free Academy and Liverpool.Playing in its home opener, the Brothers steadily built a 33-25 halftime lead and maintained that margin until the fourth quarter, when the Northstars made a furious charge.To hang on, CBA needed Sam Haas to earn most of his 23 points from five 3-pointers, helped by Dan Anderson, who had 16 points, and Colin Kelly, who got 11 points. For C-NS, Brian Bonin worked his way to 18 points as Luke Paragon got 14 points and Grant Sennett had 13 points.Manlius-Pebble Hill lost Friday to Weedsport 79-49, the Warriors going on a 26-9 run to build a 47-21 halftime edge. The Trojans still got 14 points from Isiah Clarry, 13 points from James Kelly and 11 points from Alex Abrams.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Though bigger tests still lay ahead of them, the East Syracuse Minoa boys basketball team is taking the necessary steps in the season’s early stages to make its case as a Class A title contender.The Spartans won its third game in a row last Tuesday night, when it hosted Fulton and, again led by Devin Mascato-Buffaloe, defeated the Red Raiders 63-54.All through the first half, ESM’s defense frustrated Fulton, which allowed the Spartans to establish a 30-21 margin that would hold up quite well even as the pace picked up late. Tags: boys basketballCBAESMF-MJ-DMPHcenter_img Mascato-Buffaloe would finish with 21 points, with Nick Peterson working inside to earn 15 points. Jimmy Ferns finished with nine points and Naiche Cook got eight points as Matt Burchill-Wright had six points.Off the rest of the week, ESM watched as Fayetteville-Manlius, whom it will face this Saturday afternoon, got its second win of the season last Friday, topping Chittenango 50-40.Held to three points by the Bears in the first quarter, the Hornets sprang to life and led 21-18 by halftime, spending the rest of the game adding to that margin.last_img read more

Double reverse: Limegrover, Kill working to revamp Minnesota offense

first_img Published on September 20, 2012 at 3:34 am Contact Phil: pmdabbra@syr.edu | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+ Southern Illinois’ 80-yard, beautifully orchestrated game-winning drive against Western Illinois on Oct. 5, 2002, did more for two men standing on the sideline than it did for the program.The drive didn’t just end the Salukis’ 18-game losing streak to the Leathernecks, which dated back to 1983. The defining victory established the names of offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover and head coach Jerry Kill.“It was one of those drives where every play call was right and they were on the right page together,” said Mike Fritzler,  a Southern Illinois offensive lineman from 2001 to 2002. “It was a huge wall that was knocked down for Southern Illinois. And it was a springboard for Jerry and Matt.”Ten years later, the Salukis’ glorious march down the field symbolizes what Limegrover and Kill have perfected throughout their 14 years of coaching at each other’s side: cooperation and turning around football programs. After starting together at Division-II Emporia State (Kansas) in 1999, Limegrover and Kill revitalized the Southern Illinois and Northern Illinois programs and now strive to make Minnesota their third such project.The Gophers finished 2011 last in the Big Ten in scoring with 18.4 points per game and in yards per game with 310.3. Through three games this season, Minnesota’s 34 points per game puts it at sixth in the conference, and the Gophers’ 429 yards is good for fifth.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTurning offenses around has been Limegrover’s expertise throughout his career.Limegrover coached the offensive line at Emporia State for the 1999 and 2000 seasons. When Kill left the Division-II ranks for Southern Illinois, he brought most of his staff with him, including Limegrover.This time, though, Limegrover would have the added responsibility of offensive coordinator.“He cares about us as assistants, he’s hard on us, but he also wants to make sure that we’re getting the most out of the kids and I appreciate that,” Limegrover said via Minnesota athletic communications. “He’s made me a much better coach over the last 14 years for sure.”Fritzler was a member of Kill and Limegrover’s first recruiting class at Southern Illinois. He joined a team that had finished 3-8 the season before.“That was a terrible program,” Fritzler said. “I was coming from Butler County Junior College, where we won a national championship. And I walked into one of the worst athletic programs in the country at the time in SIU.”In Kill’s first season at the helm, the team found a way to regress and finished 1-10. Limegrover’s offense finished at the bottom of the Missouri Valley Conference in touchdowns and points per game.The offensive coordinator saved his job and possibly his career when he found out about quarterback Joel Sambursky, from Liberty, Mo. Sambursky, though, had already committed to Northwest Missouri.But that didn’t stop Limegrover.“He ended up basically forcing his way on my front porch,” Sambursky said. “He said ‘I want to talk to you. We want you to come out here and give it a look.’ He was incredibly persistent.”With Sambursky under center for the 2002 campaign, the team immediately saw improvement. The Salukis scored more than 75 points in each of their first two victories and then upset No. 8 Western Illinois, 54-52, on a fourth-quarter touchdown pass from Sambursky to receiver Brandon Robinson as time expired.Sambursky said the SIU offense turned around so quickly because the coaches stressed the consistent execution of the “little things.”“For me, it was footwork,” the former quarterback said. “It was everything from where my first step was to just making a handoff or how to make a proper juke step. … But the little things are what dictate a football game.”The Saluki offense was one of the best in the Missouri Valley Conference for the next six seasons. SIU averaged just 15.2 points per game in Kill and Limegrover’s first season, but averaged as many as 42.6 points per game during their tenure in Carbondale.Braden Jones transferred to Southern Illinoisin 2005 from Northwestern and was one of the Salukis’ most consistent producers. He said Limegrover’s work ethic toward creating an effective game plan deserved credit for the team’s offensive outbursts.“He is meticulous,” Jones said. “I think he lives and breathes football. He is always up on the offense watching film and always coming up with new ideas.”Sambursky recalled hearing stories from film sessions in which Limegrover would rewind the same play 15 times because everything regarding the offensive line needed to be flawless. The former quarterback said his coordinator sees the game of football as “a chess match.”Sambursky, who graduated in 2005, holds the SIU career records for touchdown passes, completion percentage and most rushing yards by a quarterback. It wouldn’t have been possible without the offensive coordinator who personally recruited the quarterback.“I owe a lot to Matt Limegrover,” Sambursky said. “He gave me a shot and we got things turned around.”Prior to the start of the 2008 season, Northern Illinois hired Kill to replace Joe Novak. Like he typically did, Kill brought the majority of his coaching staff with him.Again, Limegrover took over the reins of an offense that was at the bottom of a conference. The 2007 Huskies’ unit scored 25 touchdowns and scored 19.1 points per game, both fewer than any other team in the Mid-American Conference.By the time Kill and Limegrover left Northern Illinois, it was one of the top offenses in the nation, and not just in the MAC. In 2010, the Huskies averaged 37.8 points per game, good for 13th in the country. The team finished third nationally in rushing touchdowns and seventh in rushing yardage.“One of the things about our offense is that we’re not going to try to fit square pegs into round holes. There’s a lot of different ways we can go with the offense, depending on our personnel,” Limegrover said. “So the biggest thing is just who we have at our disposal. The kind of athletes we have will really drive the offense we’ll have from year to year.”Justin Kramer, a former Saluki offensive lineman from 2002 to 2005, said Kill’s system, not just Limegrover’s offensive prowess, is a reason these programs have improved so drastically.“At any time you get a collective whole buying into one vision and one goal, I think success is going to happen early for you,” Kramer said. “I’m not shocked one bit they turned it around. Not one bit.”Kramer said he isn’t surprised by Minnesota’s 3-0 start this season. Fritzler said it’s only a matter of time before the Gophers’ football program takes off, since the offense’s style is similar to what Limegrover directed at Southern Illinois.“It keeps a defense honest,” Fritzler said. “It may not be loaded with talent, but it gives the offense a chance. They’ll adapt a system to the talent they have.”Minnesota running back Donnell Kirkwood also believes that the Gophers will be Limegrover and Kill’s next successful masterpiece.“We’re real close,” the redshirt sophomore said. “We made a big jump to this year from last year. We can do anything on any down, and that’s what makes this offense so good.”It remains to be seen what Kill and Limegrover can accomplish with a Minnesota team that competes in a challenging Big Ten conference.But the results from a bond between two inseparable and intelligent men who have made their careers off turning around football programs couldn’t be clearer.“I think it says a lot about loyalty,” Kramer said. “That’s something you don’t see a lot in the profession anymore. With that loyalty comes consistency, and anytime you can create consistency in a program, you have a great chance to be successful.” Commentslast_img read more

AFCON 2015: Litina Tours to fly Ghanaians to Eq. Guinea for grand finale

first_imgAhead of Ghana’s epic AFCON final clash with Ivory Coast, Litina Travel and Tours Limited, a specialist corporate and group services firm is organizing a chartered flight to Equatorial Guinea on Sunday.This is in support of the Black Stars final match against the Elephants of Ivory Coast on Sunday 8 February, 2015 at the Estadio de Bata and passangers will be returned the next day This special arrangement is to aid Ghana break a 33-year drought of annexing the Nations Cup trophy for a fifth time.The pro-sports travel agency  is doing this at a subsided rate of $1890 dollars in an all-inclusive package in order to create an intimidating Ghanaian presence.The package will include the following; Visa, Flight, Accommodation, Transfers and Match tickets. Litina Travel and Tours can be located on the premises of the  Alisa hotel at Ridgelast_img read more

Kobe Bryant say no current teammate is ready to carry the Lakers following 101-88 loss to Wizards

first_imgThe noise became louder and louder for reasons that had nothing to do with what the Lakers did on the court. Instead, it involved the reality that Kobe Bryant did not log 48 minutes in an otherwise awful game.“We want Kobe,” became the constant backdrop during the Lakers’ 101-88 loss to the Washington Wizards on Sunday at Staples Center. If only the Lakers could have played with as much force, or “zip” as Lakers coach Byron Scott called it.“I even tell the guys it’s like a broken record, and we talk about the same thing over and over again,” Scott said. “We talk about the same things over and over again. I want to sometimes just tape myself and just play it. Let me just save my breath and just tape it.”Are the players listening? “I feel they’re hearing it. They’re just not applying it,” Scott said. “It’s either not applying it or they can’t apply it. I’m just going to keep preaching it to them until they get it.”The Lakers (15-58) did not get it against the Wizards (36-37).The Lakers allowed Washington to post 52 points in the paint while John Wall (22), Martin Gortat (16), JJ Hickson (14), Otto Porter Jr (14) and Ramon Sessions (11) to crack double figures. The Lakers’ ball movement disappeared again as they shot 37.9 percent from the field, while Jordan Clarkson scored only two points on a 1-of-7 clip.“I have to figure out a way to be engaged in the game and impact it in terms of rebounding, defensively making steals and making plays for my teammmates,” Clarkson said. “It’s something I have to figure out.”The Lakers only have nine games left. Then, Bryant will end a storied 20-year NBA career that apparently involved enjoying the banter with the fourth estate. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img “I’ve done a lot of interviews here standing in front of this locker,” said Bryant, mindful it’s likely the last one as media crowds increase for his last games. “The one I’ll always remember is the night I ruptured my Achilles. I’ll miss standing here and watching you guys elbow each other.”Bryant hardly sounded as complimentary on whether his current teammates have what it takes to lead the Lakers franchise once he leaves.“No. If you have to ask that question, the answer is already there,” Bryant said. “Torches never get passed. You have to earn that.” Scott said that “it showed some guts” that Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell played a mere two days after suffering a moderate sprain in his right ankle. Russell did not receive clearance until going through layup lines 20 minutes before tip. But after making his first three shots, Russell finished with 22 points albeit on a 8-of-20 clip in 32 minutes. A game after recording his first career triple double, Julius Randle’s 14 points, seven rebounds and one assist that mostly happened when the game was out of reach. Scott repeated in general terms it takes young players “two to four years” before showing their full potential.“It’s tough, because everybody is different,” Bryant said. “Everybody is different. It manifests itself in different ways. I think at the core of us all, though, it’s that kind of competitive drive and the obsession about the game.” And then there was Bryant, who had 17 points on a 6 of 15 clip in his fourth consecutive game while nursing soreness in his right shoulder. That recent attendance spike led Bryant to offer some optimism on if he will play in all of the Lakers’ nine remaining games.“Yes,” Bryant said, “unless something drastic happens, God forbid.”The fans that endlessly pleaded for Bryant to stay in the game will cheer. But that did not convince Scott to play Bryant in the fourth quarter, both mindful of the deficit and the need to preserve Bryant for Monday’s game in Utah.“At the time they’re yelling it, we’re down 20 points. You really think I’m going to put him back in with six, seven minutes left and we’re down 20 points?” Scott said. “I wouldn’t fathom putting him in at that particular time.”last_img read more