“There is a mix of owner occupiers and investors, families, first homeowners, upsizers and downsizers,” he said.“Many have come from nearby suburbs. “We liked this site because it is well-serviced by schools, retail and transport and is close to the city.”Trend consists of 36 townhouses – 31 with four bedrooms and five townhouses with three bedrooms. Each one has two carparks. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoPrices start from $545,000. The townhouses also come with 2.5 bathrooms, two car spaces, quality finishes, open-plan living spaces and private courtyards.Everton Park, which is 9km from the CBD, has previously been labelled an “emerging blue chip suburb” by developers working in the area.The median house sales price is currently $602,000, according to CoreLogic. For units, it is $435,000.Mr Cawley said their “keenly priced” townhouses offered a happy-medium between a house and a unit, and were being constructed in an area where infill sites were becoming harder to find.“It is that perfect wedge between a detached house and an apartment,” he said.Mr Cawley said investors who had bought into the development were also recognising their value for money, with the majority coming from Sydney and Melbourne. Going forward, Keystone Urban Developments will continue its focus on the northern suburbs, with construction underway and more than 50 per cent of townhouses sold at its Vue Taigum development.Evoke McDowall is also expected to be launched soon, with Echelon Bridgeman Downs scheduled for next year.The company has also completed two northside residential developments – Vogue Aspley and Northpoint Carseldine. Trend Everton ParkDescribed as a “city fringe paradise”, Trend Everton Park is proving popular with buyers wanting a new home with an affordable price tag close to the city. Civil works are almost complete, with construction of the 36 townhouses expected to be finished by the end of the year.Keystone Urban Developments managing director Brendan Cawley said 55 per cent of the townhouses had now sold to a range of buyers.
TORONTO, Canada – Leg-spinner Jonhatan Singh grabbed five for 21 as Scarborough Blues defeated Actionzone by 23 runs in their feature Juniors 40-over clash, played at the L’Amoreaux ground, Scarborough here last Thursday.The 17-year-old Singh, son of former Guyana Chronicle Finance Controller, Mohan Singh, exhibited immaculate control as he spun webs around his Actionzone counterparts, bowling eight overs on the trot to tilt the game in Scarborough Blues’ favour.Set 145 for victory after limiting Scarborough Blues to 144 for eight in their allotted 40 overs, Actionzone were given a fine start of 46 in nine overs between Canadian Under-19 player Mihir Patel (29) and Dheer Desai (22) but once medium-pacer Kyle Karran broke the partnership it paved the way for Singh to perform his heroics.Skipper Patel, who had the distinction of scoring an impressive 90 in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup earlier this year, hit three fours before succumbing to Karran.Arjun Dhuraisingam, son of former Canadian fast bowler Sanjay Dhuraisingam, shored up the middle-order with a stubborn undefeated 25 but failed to get the desired support after batting at number eight.Karran supported Singh with three for 23 in seven overs while left-arm spinner Raquib Shamshundeen, who also represented Canada in the Under-19 World Cup, bowled economically to claim one for 18 from 7.3 overs.Earlier, SCA Blues found the going tough after winning the toss and opting to take first strike on the heavy outfield. It took a flamboyant unbeaten 59 from Shamshundeen and 26 from Ethan Gibson to propel them to what eventually turned out to be a winning total. Shamshundeen struck three fours while Gibson hit a solitary boundary. Shamsundeen dominated an unbeaten 25-run ninth-wicket partnership with Singh whose contribution was a mere four.Anindya Dass finished with two for 12, Rohan Garg two for 15 and Patel two for 22. SCA Junior Coordinator Vish Jafunauth managed the SCA Blues while Dhuraisingam was in charge of Action Zone. (Frederick Halley)
Published on March 12, 2016 at 8:30 pm Contact Jon: firstname.lastname@example.org | @jmettus Tim Barber sees it every day in practice. Dylan Donahue one-on-one with a goalie and each time Barber is “pretty sure he’s going to finish it.”So when Syracuse midfielder Joe Gillis forced a turnover and tossed a pass forward to Donahue for an undefended breakaway, Barber already knew what was going to happen.Donahue ran toward the cage, looked behind to see two defenders chasing, fake shots twice, then slid the ball into the left side of the net from point-blank range.“It wasn’t anything too impressive,” Barber said.Donahue’s day as a whole wasn’t anything too impressive. He scored two goals and dished out two assists to be one of three players for No. 3 Syracuse (5-0) to record four points in the 15-4 win over St. John’s (1-6) on Saturday. It’s Donahue’s second-lowest point total of the season, but he was also able to fire off a season-high eight shots.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“You never know what’s going to happen going into a game, but yeah I was able to get a couple of shots off,” Donahue said. “I had some key dodges.”Donahue didn’t wait long to get his first chance of the afternoon. Three minutes in, he ran from behind the cage, planted his left foot and rolled back to the right before firing a shot off the post.Barber did the same move on the opposite side of the net a few seconds later and scored the first goal of the game. So when Syracuse won the ensuing faceoff, Donahue went off to the left side, repeated the move on Red Storm defender Jack McClellan and pocketed a shot top shelf.Unlike most teams, St. John’s didn’t immediately double Donahue — a 50-goal scorer last season — when he got the ball or even cut to the net. The Red Storm was quicker to bring help defense later on in the game, Donahue said, but he sensed the lack of it early and took advantage of it with dodges.He has usually taken the role of the distributor this season, entering the game with eight goals and 13 assists, but with the lack of slides he was able to let shots fly.“It was not our intention not to slide to him,” St. John’s head coach Jason Miller said of Donahue. “It was actually our intention to go, so we didn’t do a very good job of it and that falls on my shoulders.”The Red Storm’s top defender in McClellan went down in the first quarter and played sparingly throughout the rest of the game shifting the responsibility of containing SU’s point man onto long stick midfielder Kyle Skramko.Skramko was able to keep Donahue from scoring, aside from the breakaway goal. When Donahue tried to pull the same spin move in front of the goal twice, Skramko shoved him away from the net the first time and checked him in the helmet the second time — earning a one-minute penalty for cross checking.Only three of Donahue’s eight shots went on goal with one being blocked and the rest going wide.Instead, though, Donahue distributed two assists. He found midfielder Nick Mariano from the wing on the man-up to make it 7-1 just five minutes into the second quarter. Then Donahue fought off multiple hits from Skramko as he crashed toward the net, only to throw a pass all the way across the crease from right to left for Pat Carlin to score his first goal of his career.Donahue resided on the sideline for the fourth quarter as reserve players flooded the field in his place. His day done at four points — a team-high that Mariano and attack Jordan Evans also matched.“You just never know who’s going to be shooting with our offense,” Donahue said. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
COMMENT Rahul Ramakrishnan NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Josh Allen is starting to prove that he understands just how crucial taking care of the ball is in the NFL, especially with how well the Buffalo Bills’ defense is playing right now.Allen threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns with only one interception as the Bills beat the Tennessee Titans 14-7 Sunday in a defensive showdown for their third straight win in this series.“I know there’s a stat as a quarterback I’m 8-1 with one or less turnovers,” the second-year Buffalo quarterback said. “So understanding that, playing complementary football is what we need to do and continue to improve on that.”The Bills (4-1) have won three consecutive games away from Buffalo for the first time since 2004, though so many Buffalo fans traveled here it felt much more like a home game. It’s also the first time they’ve started a season perfect through three road games since 1993.This game featured two of the NFL’s stingiest defenses, with the Titans fourth in giving up 15.5 points, and the Bills fifth, allowing 15.8 points a game. Jordan Phillips had a career-high three sacks — by halftime — as Buffalo sacked Marcus Mariota five times even with three-time Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan back from his four-game suspension for performance-enhancers.The Titans (2-3) sacked Allen four times only to lose their third in four games on a day their replacement kicker missed three field goals and had a fourth blocked.“One of my great mentors, the late, great Jim Johnson, always said you need some luck, and he’s right,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said.The Bills outgained the Titans 313-252 despite 11 penalties for 78 yards.Darryl Johnson blocked Cairo Santos’ 33-yard field-goal attempt in the fourth quarter, a kick that would’ve given the Titans the lead 10-7. Signed to fill in while Ryan Succop heals on injured reserve, Santos also pulled a 50-yard field goal wide left to start the second quarter, and a 36-yarder inside the final minute wide right. He also was wide left on a 53-yarder.“Never had a day like this,” Santos said. “Have been bouncing around with teams for a couple of years and just haven’t had a performance like this.”Fans weren’t happy that Titans coach Mike Vrabel sent Santos out for the 53-yard attempt with 6:31 left after the day he’d already had.“Well, this is our kicker,” Vrabel said. “This is a guy who’s made some kicks for us.”Johnson’s block came after Tennessee thought it had scored the go-ahead TD early in the fourth quarter when Mariota threw a pass to A.J. Brown. But officials ruled Mariota was over the line of scrimmage when he released the pass, costing the Titans the TD, a down and points after the blocked field goal.Allen responded with Buffalo’s best drive, helped by a short pass Isaiah McKenzie took 46 yards. Allen found Duke Williams for a 7-yard TD pass three plays later and a 14-7 lead with 9:46 leftThe Bills quarterback looked sharp and was on target early after being cleared only Saturday from the concussion protocol ; he took a helmet-to-helmet hit in a 16-10 loss to New England last week. Allen said he felt confident as he left the field from that loss that he would be able to play against Tennessee.Allen completed all five passes for 58 yards on the Bills’ lone scoring drive of the first half. He capped the 60-yard drive with an 8-yard pass to a wide-open Lee Smith. He was 23 of 32 passing and also ran 10 times for 27 yards.Kevin Byard picked off Allen’s pass under pressure early in the third quarter for the seventh interception this season for the Bills quarterback. Derrick Henry scored on a 1-yard TD dive to turn the interception into a tie game.DEFENSIVE SHOWDOWNPhillips got to Mariota early and often as the Bills kept the Titans from crossing midfield much of the first half. Phillips had the most sacks by a Bills defender since Lorenzo Alexander had three on Oct. 19, 2016, at the Rams, and he was the first with three sacks by halftime since Mario Williams in 2013 against Carolina. Alexander also had a sack in this game.INJURIESBills center Mitch Morse was taken to the locker room from the sideline by cart late in the first half. Jon Feliciano replaced him for the third quarter. LB Matt Milano hurt a hamstring, and rookie right tackle Cody Ford and DE Trent Murphy both were evaluated for head injuries in the second half.Titans cornerback Chris Milton hurt his calf and did not return. WATCH US LIVE First Published: 7th October, 2019 09:36 IST Last Updated: 7th October, 2019 09:36 IST Josh Allen Throws 2 TD Passes As Bills Smother Titans 14-7 Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) calls for a timeout in the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019. SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By LIVE TV FOLLOW US