The pool has a water feature. This is the ultimate ensuite.Mrs Kassolos said they also ensured all of the bedrooms were oversized to allow room for a desk as the children grew.Her favourite room of the house, however, was the kitchen.“It’s the hub of the house,” she said. “I can entertain there — the bench is nearly 4.5m.“I’m always prepping food on there or having people sit there.“It flows to outside as well and it is a good entertainment home.” The kitchen, living and dining all link to the alfresco dining area.The couple dived in headfirst and worked with local architect John Contoleon to design a large two-level family home for the 31 Spent St address at Mount Gravatt East.Mrs Kassolos said her husband was a builder and they wanted to stay away from the current Hamptons trend, creating something ultra-modern instead. The walk-in wardrobe is a dream come true. The house at 31 Spence St, Mount Gravatt East, is for sale.WORKING with a partner on a project as big as building a house is not for the faint of heart.Yet Jessie and Michael Kassolos pulled off their first build together — and they certainly did not start small. The black kitchen is offset with white benches and timber features.“We wanted something different for the local area,” Mrs Kassolos said.“It’s dark outside and fresh inside with whites, the timber and the black kitchen.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoWith two children, it was essential that the house worked well for a family.“We sat down together and I said I want a house that flows easily and is going to be kid friendly.“I like the fact the toy room slash media room is near the kitchen and I can see out to the pool area and outside so I can still see them if they are running around.” Watch the kids in the pool from the alfresco dining area.Mrs Kassolos said she also loved the master suite, which ran the whole length of the house and almost half the width.The ensuite has a long vanity with dual sinks, and there is a double shower as well as a bath.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:44Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:44 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p288p288p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow to bid at auction for your dream home? 01:45
John Roberts Sr, age 77, of Metamora, Indiana died Thursday, July 6, 2017 at the Brookville Healthcare Center in Brookville, Indiana.Born August 8, 1939 in Franklin County, Indiana he was the son of the late Neal & Mabel (Hughes) Roberts. On December 23, 1957 he was united in marriage to Rachel Josephine Russell, and she preceded him in death on October 2, 2011. Before his sickness he enjoyed the outdoors, coon hunting and fishing.Survivors include five children, Leroy (Bonnie) Roberts of Laurel, Indiana, John Jr. (Donna) Roberts, Anita (Jimmy) Wells, Tim (Carol) Roberts and Lonnie (Kami) Roberts all of Metamora, Indiana; four sisters; Dorothy McDaniel, Betty Thomas, Nancy (Walter) Mullins all of Metamora, Indiana; Margaret (Lowell) Creech of Greensburg, Indiana; five brothers, Rufus Roberts of Metamora, Indiana, Claude Roberts, Marvin (Juanita) Roberts and Daniel (Kathy) Roberts all of Laurel, Indiana, David (Hazel) Roberts of Batesville, Indiana; 12 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and many nieces & nephews.Besides his parents and wife Josephine, he was preceded in death by a sister, Teresa Thomas; a brother, Paul Roberts; a granddaughter, Lydia Roberts; two great-grandchildren, Jacob Anthony Roberts and Baby Wilson. Family & friends may visit from 3:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. on Sunday July 9, 2017 at Trinity Full Gospel Church, 20015 Haytown Road, Metamora, Indiana.Merle Seeley and Jim Wells will officiate the Funeral Services on Monday, July 10, 2017, 10:00 A.M., at Trinity Full Gospel Holiness Church in Metamora. Burial will then follow in Cupps Chapel Cemetery in Metamora, Indiana.Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Roberts family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
The operation, which has been some months in the planning, is to repair “genetically defective valves” and will keep him out of the office until the end of July. Scudamore informed the chairmen of the 20 top-flight clubs of the operation at their summer meeting. Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore is to undergo heart surgery next week, it has been announced. The Premier League said in a statement: “The Premier League chief executive, Richard Scudamore, today informed member clubs that he will be undergoing a routine heart operation to correct genetically defective valves. “The operation has been planned for some months and has been timed to minimise the impact on the running and decision making capability of the Premier League. “Richard will undergo surgery the week commencing 9 June and expects to be playing an active role in the functions of the Premier League soon after, albeit remotely. He will return to the office at the end of July, in time for the build up to the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season. “Both the clubs and the Premier League staff wish him a successful operation and a speedy recovery.” Press Association
ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth High School will be holding an informational meeting regarding the upcoming fall sports season at 6 p.m. Aug. 8 in the school auditorium.Athletes wishing to participate in football, soccer, cross-country, golf, volleyball or fall competition cheer must attend the meeting along with a parent or guardian. The meeting will cover the school and Maine Principals’ Association guidelines and procedures. Preseason schedules will also be handed out.In order to participate in practices, incoming freshman and transfer students must be registered students at Ellsworth High School. Those students can meet with the school’s guidance department from 8 a.m.-noon Aug. 10 to complete their registration processes.The aforementioned registrations will be done on an appointment basis. To set up an appointment, email Michelle Barnard at MBarnard@EllsworthSchools.org or call extension 5504 at 667-4722 to set up a time.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe first day of fall practices is scheduled for Aug. 14, and teams are eligible to begin regular season play Sept. 1.
BAR HARBOR — Two junior high school basketball teams continued dominant runs over the weekend with championship wins in the Great Harbor Shootout at Mount Desert Island High School.The Down East Family YMCA boys’ and MDI A girls’ teams were winners in their respective divisions in the tournament. The title wins gave both teams championship triumphs in back-to-back weekends after their March 11 Sheriff’s Cup title wins.DEFY bounced back from an early tournament loss to force an elimination game against Bangor. The team won to force a deciding game and clinched the title with a 60-58 victory in the rematch. In the girls’ championship game, MDI A outlasted Old Town 32-29.The Deer Isle-Stonington High School girls’ team also posted a strong performance with wins over DEFY, Washington Academy and Narraguagus. Hampden Academy finished as the high school girls’ winner after ousting Winslow in a hard-fought championship game.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textOn the boys’ side, the MDI high school team lost the title game 65-48 against Hermon after an impressive start to the tournament. The game was a rematch of the Class B North championship game at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor last month, which Hermon also won.The Harbor House Community Center’s tournament brought more than 1,000 players and their families to the area in one of the state’s most significant offseason sporting events. More than 70 teams participated in games played at various schools in Bar Harbor, Mount Desert, Southwest Harbor, Trenton and Ellsworth.
Even though he’s undersized, Hamler stood out even in a class of wide receivers like none other.Hamler said he was surprised when Elway picked him after spending his first pick on Jeudy, but he said he was eager to team up with Jeudy, Courtland Sutton and former college teammate DaeSean Hamilton in Denver, where he expects to quickly make his mark.“I’m the smallest guy with the smallest frame,” Hamler said, “but I’ll give you everything I’ve got.”Ojemudia said facing the likes of Jeudy, Hamler, Sutton and tight end Noah Fant in his first training camp will microwave his NFL education.“I mean, that’s going to be big,” Ojemudia said. “It’s going to be harder than the games sometimes.” “I really couldn’t hear him just because my family was yelling and we were all crying,” Hamler said. “So it was kind of hard to hear him, but I hope he has that in mind. I would love to return kicks and punts.”The Broncos’ once-formidable offense has been stuck in neutral for five years and last season Denver averaged a meager 17.6 points a game, 28th in the NFL, as their playoff drought reached four seasons.A tweaked hamstring before the NFL scouting combine prevented Hamler from challenging John Ross’s record of 4.22 seconds set at the 2017 combine.“I won’t say I think I was going to break the record, but I was going to be in the equation,” Hamler said. “I was going to be in the conversation — 4.2 was the only thing on my mind.”He said his hamstring is fine now: “I’m fully healthy. I’m fully recovered. I’ve been running real good.” Denver Broncos build around Drew Lock in the NFL draft Associated Press April 24, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditJohn Elway pledged to give Drew Lock more weapons and better protection in an NFL draft teeming with wide receivers and offensive linemen. He delivered.The Denver Broncos general manager provided Lock with two terrific targets and added an athletic center through the first two nights of the draft. Coach Vic Fangio expects Cushenberry to compete for the starting job along with Austin Schlottmann and Patrick Morris.“He’s got license to go in there and compete and win the job if he can,” Fangio said.Elway said Cushenberry could also play guard.Fangio said the draft has been seamless so far with teams having to conduct it via videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic.“We haven’t had any problems communicating with the unusual setup for this draft,” Fangio said. “I think John’s done a great job orchestrating. We had some guys we wanted today and we had chances to go up and get them and John decided to sit and they ended up being the right choices both times. The jewel of Day 2 for Denver, though, was Hamler, who provides a jolt to the Broncos’ offense and special teams.“I think I bring to the table speed, quickness, playmaking ability,” Hamler said. “I’m versatile, I can play outside and I can play in the slot. I can return kicks and punts. I’m a playmaker.”Hamler, who is generously listed at 5-foot-9 and 185 pounds, is elusive with an uncommon burst of speed and has modeled his game after DeSean Jackson and Steve Smith.The Broncos see him as a Tyreek Hill-type playmaker who can also serve as Denver’s kick returner and help the Broncos chase down Hill and the Super Bowl champion Chiefs in the AFC West.Hamler wasn’t sure if Elway told him he’d also return kicks. Elway selected Penn State speedster KJ Hamler with the 46th pick in the second round Friday night, 24 hours after using the 15th overall pick on Alabama standout Jerry Jeudy, the highest Denver has ever selected a wide receiver in the common draft era. In the third round, Elway added protection for his second-year QB by drafting LSU center Lloyd Cushenberry, who was named first-team All-SEC in 2019.Elway didn’t neglect his defense, either, selecting Iowa cornerback Michael Ojemudia and Arkansas D-tackle McTelvin Agim in the third round.Elway has five more picks Saturday.Ojemudia will help fill the void left by the departure of Chris Harris Jr. to the Chargers this offseason, and Agim solidifies a refurbished defensive line that includes trade acquisition Jurrell Casey. “So, we saved draft picks and we got the guys we wanted. I think that comes with experience doing the job. So, I just get out of the way when it comes to that point.”___Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Eighth-ranked Syracuse (15-6, 5-2 Atlantic Coast) earned the No. 6 seed in the NCAA tournament and will have a first-round bye.The Orange will face the winner of Boston College (13-6, 3-4 ACC) and Canisius (15-4, 8-0 American East) on Sunday in the Carrier Dome. The first-round game will be held Friday evening at SU Soccer Stadium.SU has experience against both squads this year, notching its first two wins of the season at home against BC and Canisius, respectively. The Orange topped the Eagles, 18-8, on Feb. 11 before trouncing the Griffins, 18-6, on Feb. 18.Riley Donahue and Emily Hawryschuk scored four goals apiece in the BC matchup, and Hawryschuk netted a hat trick against Canisius as well.The Orange has won seven of its last nine, losing just twice in the month of April, but suffered an 18-11 setback against North Carolina in the ACC tournament championship on April 30.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 7, 2017 at 10:11 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com
Sophomore powerhouse outside hitter Brooke Botkin goes up for a kill against Northern Iowa where she recorded eight kills and 11 digs to lead USC to victory on Saturday morning. (Sarah Kim | Daily Trojan)Following the Women of Troy’s dominating performance this past weekend at the Trojan Invitational, two standouts earned Pac-12 weekly awards. Sophomore outside hitter Brooke Botkin was named Offensive Player of the Week, and freshman setter Raquel Lázaro was selected Freshman of the Week. These honors were career firsts for both players. While the undefeated weekend was a team effort, these two players carried the load.Hailing from Pearland, Tex., Botkin had an outstanding performance over the weekend, boasting 19 kills against Kentucky and 25 against Creighton. Her defense remained consistent with 11 and 12 digs, respectively. In the grueling five-set victory over Creighton on Saturday night, she added two aces to help ultimately put the Women of Troy on top. Botkin had a total of 52 kills throughout the three matches with a .248 hitting percentage.“[Botkin] is really going to have a big step forward from her freshman year,” head coach Brent Crouch said prior to the season opener. “It’s going to be really fun to watch her in that position.” During the 2017 season, Botkin appeared in 22 matches, recording a total of 151 kills and four aces. In her best match that season, she had 20 kills and 10 digs for the first double-double of her career. She has already surpassed her best record from last season.Lázaro made her college debut in the first match of the Trojan Invitational against the Kentucky Wildcats, stunning everyone in Galen Center with 55 assists. This marks the highest number of assists in a single match for the Trojans since Hayley Crone’s 58 assists in 2012. Against the Bluejays on Saturday night, she recorded her first career double-double with 53 assists and 22 digs. Throughout the weekend, she led the team to an impressive .248 hitting percentage and 175 kills. From Soria, Spain, Lázaro played for the country’s national team for six years before coming to USC. She won two gold and four silver medals with the Spanish National Team. In 2017, she made eight appearances in the European League Championships. Lázaro hopes to bring her high-level experience to the Trojans this season, a task that she has already succeeded in. The No. 7-ranked Trojans will travel to the University of Florida this weekend to compete in the Bubly Invitational Tournament, where their opponents include No. 4 Florida, UCF and Louisville. Botkin and Lázaro will continue to lead the team, along with junior outside hitter Khalia Lanier and senior libero Victoria Garrick. The Women of Troy are now looking to roll with their momentum and hold on to their undefeated season.
Mace launches EQ Connect to solve the industry’s ‘single view’ conundrum on identifying risk August 10, 2020 Share Submit Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia August 26, 2020 Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season August 21, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon In an interview with the Racing Post, Henrik Tjärnström Chief Executive of Stockholm-listed Kindred Group Plc has revealed that his firm will shut down UK brand Stan James, in order to concentrate its UK market activity through group flagship brand Unibet.Kindred Group expects to carry out a full migration of Stan James customers onto Unibet’s sports betting platform within the coming months. Furthermore, Unibet will take over all Stan James related marketing and sponsorship activities/partnerships.Seeking to boost its UK market presence, Kindred Group acquired UK betting firm Stan James Group’s online sportsbook division in October 2015 for £19 million. Acquiring the asset, Unibet detailed that it would maintain the Stan James brand for a ‘transitional period’.For Kindred’s Q1 2017 corporate update, Tjärnström detailed to investors that his firm would target aggressive expansion within the saturated UK online gambling market having completed its acquisition of 32 Red Plc for £175 million (deal announced February 2017).Detailing his firm’s UK ambitions to the Racing Post, Tjärnström indicated that Unibet planned on becoming a top betting destination UK horseracing punters. Unibet will now takeover Stan James racing sponsorships including The Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival 2018.“We feel that, unlike any other territory, the UK has a cultural connection to racing, and to betting on racing. As the UK is a key market in our long-term strategy we feel it’s important to support and to be seen sponsoring some of the biggest races in the UK and Ireland.”Last August Kindred marketing announced that London marketing agency Initiative UK had become its media planning and buying lead, as the group prepares for a fresh round of marketing campaigns to support its UK growth strategy.
Referee Andranik Arsenyan and assistant Hovhannes Avagyan, who oversaw a UEFA Europa League match last month, have been given life bans by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body.Following the provisional decision rendered by the chairman of the CDB on 7 August 2013, the plenary meeting of the CDB analysed the case today.The CDB took note of the decision of the Executive Committee of the Football Federation of Armenia (FFA) with regard to the referee and assistant referee who officiated at the first qualifying round match between Inter Turku and Víkingur on 11 July 2013.In a hearing at the FFA, referee Arsenyan and assistant referee Avagyan admitted having tried to manipulate the outcome of the second-leg fixture, which ended 1-0 in favour of Víkingur.The UEFA betting fraud detection system (BFDS) – which monitors over 32,000 matches across Europe, including all first and second-division games, cup ties and UEFA competition fixtures – had detected suspicious betting patterns around this encounter, and this prompted the start of an investigation by UEFA, to which the FFA contributed closely.UEFA is pleased with the excellent cooperation of the FFA, the local authorities and the betting operators during the investigation process.