10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.“They’ve got a fire pit at the back, a pool, a games room as well … and then it backs onto the forest.”It also has multiple outdoor entertainment areas that overlook the bushland, a garden shed, two double garages, two water tanks, a 3.1Kw solar system and a VacuMaid. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.Marketing agent Matt Micalleff, of Ray White Robina, said owners Christopher and Deanne Gregg bought the home in 2010.They built the second house six years ago to cater for their parents, who moved from overseas. “Now they have gone back and (the owners) need to downsize,” Mr Micaleff said.He said it was difficult to find properties of this size, which were ideal for large families.“It’s definitely unique and there’s nothing like it on the market at the moment,” Mr Micaleff said. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.IT may be big but this acreage property is perfectly hidden in the heart of Mudgeeraba Forest.The half acre block at 10-12 Pebble Creek Rd, Bonogin, features two houses and is surrounded by lush bushland.The main residence has five bedrooms and three bathrooms plus separate games and media rooms while the second house has two bedrooms. 10-12 Pebble Creek Road, Bonogin.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago
Uruguay snatched a late winner as they began their World Cup campaign with a dramatic victory over Egypt, who without star player Mohamed Salah. Jose Gimenez headed powerfully into the net in the 90th minute as he met Carlos Sanchez’s free-kick to give the South Americans a winning start in Russia.Here are five things we learned. THE PHAROAHS HAVE FORGOTTEN HOW TO WIN A GAMEIt has been 630 minutes since Egypt won a game. The last game they won was against Congo in the qualifiers when they won 2-1. The loss against Uruguay now leaves Egypt in a very precarious situation as they have to win their remaining games to be able to qualify. This means that Hector Cuper will need to find a way around this winless streak if the Pharaohs want to qualify to the next round in their first appearance at global showpiece since 1990. SUAREZ IS STILL ON A VACATION Suarez provided 5 goals and 2 assists during the qualification stages. However, Suarez looked like a stranger against Egypt. He seems to have lost his connection with Cavani. His match was summarised into misplaced passes, poor control and missed chances. The nature of the chances he missed was worrying because he was clean on goal on three occasions. Suarez will need to find his shooting boots if Uruguay have any hope of going far in the tournament.SHENAWY MAY HAVE JUST CLAIMED THE NUMBER ONE SPOTA few eyebrows were raised when Shenawi was picked ahead of veteran goalkeeper El Hadary. El Hadary was poised to make history by becoming the oldest player ever to play at a World Cup. He is currently 45 and he still has a chance to break this record as Egypt still have at least two games left. Shenawi will stand in El Haddary’s way as he had a very commanding performance today. A point-blank save to deny Suarez and an athletic save to deny Cavani in the second half wasn’t enough to keep a clean sheet but it was an inspiring performance by the Zamalek SC shot-stopper. He was also voted as Man of the Match.FAIRYTALE STORY CONTINUES FOR MORSYIf you had told Sam Morsy that he would be playing in the World Cup two years ago I am sure he would have laughed in disbelief. Well fast forward two years and he has made his debut in a World Cup with Egypt. Morsy has had an incredible year contributing immensely to Wigan’s promotion from league one. The story of Sam Morsy is indeed a fairy tale because he was recommended to the Egyptian FA by a journalist. Would it be too much of a fairy tale if Sam Morsy ended up as a World champion? URUGUAY’S OLD WARRIORS ARE STILL CAPABLEOscar Tabarez admitted that he would be giving the next generation of Uruguayan players a chance. He started with Bentacur, Vecino, Nandez and Arrascaeta – all of which are 25 years. Uruguay looked flat and dull until the introduction of C. Sanchez and C. Rodriguez. Both wingers replaced Arrascaeta and Nandez. The game changed completely after the introduction of these veteran wingers. Perhaps, Oscar Tabarez may need to hold on to his next generation experiment and stick to his old formula.— Follow the World Cup with the Multimedia Group! With live English radio commentary on Joy 99.7 FM radio, Akan radio commentary on Asempa 94.7 FM and live streaming on Myjoyonline.com, we’ve got you covered all-tournament long.
Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Sandoval, who is working on a tight pitch count late in his rookie season, was pulled after allowing three runs in 3-1/3 innings, on 61 pitches.It was no surprise that Bieber got the better of this matchup, because he’s enjoying a breakthrough season in which he was the All-Star Game MVP. He is now the best starter for a contending Indians team.“He’s got good stuff,” Angels manager Brad Ausmus said. “A good curveball, a good slider. He uses his fastball well. He uses it up in the zone. He’s got good stuff. He’s a good pitcher. It’s not just the Angels he’s pitching well against.”Ironically, when the two were toiling for their respective high schools, Sandoval was the one who got more attention.A 2015 graduate of Mission Viejo, Sandoval had accepted a scholarship to USC. A couple of years earlier, Bieber got little attention in his senior year at Laguna Hills. He had to settle for a spot as a walk-on at UC Santa Barbara. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Sandoval is on a tight pitch count because the Angels are trying to get him to the end of the season without exceeding last year’s workload by too much.Sandoval has thrown 2,060 pitches this season, including 536 in the majors. Last year he threw 1,739 pitches the entire season, all in the minors. He threw 122-1/3 innings last season, and this season he’s at 109-1/3.The Angels trailed 3-1 after Sandoval left, and the Indians padded the score with Yu Chang’s three-run homer against Justin Anderson in the sixth.Jared Walsh hit his first big league homer to cut the deficit to 6-2 in the eighth. After the game, Walsh said he still hadn’t gotten the ball, which landed in the rocks and waterfall.“Apparently it’s in the pond right now up on the rocks, so it’s soaking wet,” Walsh said. “I’ll probably give it to my mom and whatever she does with it, she’ll do with it.” Although neither could remember for sure, they each thought they had pitched opposite ends of a doubleheader against each other’s teams in 2013, when Sandoval was a sophomore and Bieber was a senior.From Laguna Hills, Bieber blossomed during three years with the Gauchos, becoming a fourth-round pick of the Indians in 2016.This year, his second in the big leagues, the 24-year-old won the All-Star Game MVP after striking out the side in his only inning of the game, which was played in Cleveland. After holding the Angels to one run in seven innings on Monday, Bieber is now 14-7 with a 3.17 ERA after his 10th consecutive quality start. He also leads the majors with three complete games and two shutouts.Bieber, who grew up an Angels fan, said pitching at Angel Stadium was “something I had been looking forward to for quite a long time.” When “Calling all Angels” played while Bieber was warming up, he said it “brought back a lot of memories.”Bieber had dozens of raucous fans – “at least 150 that we know of,” he told reporters – repeatedly chanting his name from a section behind the visitors’ dugout. Bieber’s parents organized tickets for much of the turnout, which included supporters from his hometown and his UCSB days.Sandoval also grew up near Angel Stadium, but he took a much different path to get back here.Sandoval ended up skipping out on USC after the Houston Astros drafted him in the 11th round but gave him a $900,000 bonus. He was traded to the Angels for Martín Maldonado in July 2018, in the midst of his breakthrough minor league season. He reached the big leagues just over a year later.Now, the Angels can only hope that he will become as good as Bieber. Although the 22-year-old so far has a 5.28 ERA in just over a month in the big leagues, Ausmus sees encouraging signs. He compared him to Clayton Kershaw, who came up when Ausmus was finishing his career with the Dodgers.“You can tell when he’s on the mound he has this fire in him,” Ausmus said. “He just wants to get the hitter out, which is tough to teach. I don’t know if he was a Kershaw fan growing up, but he reminds me a little of Kershaw with the makeup and delivery. I saw Kersh when he was a very young player, just like Sandoval.”On Monday night he gave up a run in the first on a Yasiel Puig soft ground ball that slipped down the first base line. In the second, he issued a walk and then threw a 95 mph fastball down the middle to Jason Kipnis, who blasted it for a two-run homer.Sandoval (0-3) had a stretch in which he retired seven in a row, before getting pulled after a one-out single in the fourth.“He had a little trouble throwing strikes the first inning-plus, but he settled down,” Ausmus said. “He still competes as well as anyone out there. The stuff is good. He’s on a pitch-count now, so he can’t go deep in the game, but I didn’t think he looked bad out there at all.”Related Articles PreviousAngels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval, a Mission Viejo High product, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Indians at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)Cleveland Indians’ Yasiel Puig watches his RBI-single against the Los Angeles Angels during the first inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsCleveland Indians’ Francisco Lindor celebrates in the dugout after scoring on a single by Yasiel Puig during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)Indians starting pitcher Shane Bieber, a former Laguna Hills High standout, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Angels at Angel Stadium. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval, a Mission Viejo High product, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Indians at Angel Stadium. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)The Indians’ Jason Kipnis hits a two-run home run during the second inning of the MLB game against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Brian Goodwin #18 of the Los Angeles Angels jumps and watches the ball go over the center field wall on a home run by Jason Kipnis #22 of the Cleveland Indians during the second inning of the MLB game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis celebrates in the dugout after a two-run home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the second inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Pitcher Patrick Sandoval #43 of the Los Angeles Angels throws to first base on a ground ball back to the pitcher by Francisco Lindor #12 of the Cleveland Indians during the second inning of the MLB game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Los Angeles Angels’ Albert Pujols celebrates after a home run against the Cleveland Indians during the second inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, watches a foul ball during the third inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Angels reacts after fouling a pitch off his foot during the third inning of the MLB game against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Indians starting pitcher Shane Bieber, a former Laguna Hills High standout, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Angels at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Pitcher Patrick Sandoval #43 of the Los Angeles Angels leaves the game during the top of the fourth inning of the MLB game against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Yu Chang #2 of the Cleveland Indians swings at a pitch that he hit for a three-run home run during the sixth inning of the MLB game against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Cleveland Indians’ Yu Chang watches his three-run home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Yu Chang #2 of the Cleveland Indians watches his hit go for a three-run home run during the sixth inning of the MLB game against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Cleveland Indians’ Yu Chang celebrates in the dugout after his three-run home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, Calif., Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 09: Manager Brad Ausmus of the Los Angeles Angels (left) takes relief pitcher Adalberto Mejia #49 out of the game during the sixth inning of the MLB game against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on September 09, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)Indians starting pitcher Shane Bieber is congratulated in the dugout after being removed from Monday’s game against the Angels after the seventh inning. It was the first big-league start for the Laguna Hills High product at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval, a Mission Viejo High product, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Indians at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)NextShow Caption1 of 20Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval, a Mission Viejo High product, throws to the plate during the first inning of Monday’s game against the Indians at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)ExpandANAHEIM — Although Patrick Sandoval and Shane Bieber pitched for Orange County high schools less than three miles apart, overlapping for a couple of years, Sandoval said he never met Bieber.“I don’t really know him at all,” Sandoval said. “I do know he’s a stud.”Bieber, who went from Laguna Hills High to being an All-Star with the Cleveland Indians, oupitched Sandoval, a Mission Viejo High product, to send the Angels to a 6-2 loss on Monday night.In Bieber’s first outing at Angel Stadium as a big leaguer, he pitched in front of a vocal group of friends and family and held the Angels to one run in seven innings, with eight strikeouts and no walks. Bieber retired 17 of his final 18 hitters, and his cheering section serenaded him throughout the night. He even took a road curtain call after finishing the seventh inning with his eighth consecutive out. 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For Matt Kemp, having his life turned completely upside down came with an ironic sense of familiarity Monday on a bright, blue, sun-splashed afternoon at Dodger Stadium.“It’s just like any other opening day,” Kemp said, his mischievous smile as wide and sly as ever.“I’m opening at Dodger Stadium. So there’s nothing different.”On the contrary, everything was remarkably different before and during the Dodgers’ 6-3 comeback victory Monday before a sellout crowd at Chavez Ravine. For one thing, Kemp was sitting in the unfamiliar surroundings of the visitors dugout, a mere soft toss away from home plate, where the Dodgers were going through batting practice.“Weird,” Kemp observed. “This is my first time even being on this other side.”For another, the cap he wore bore an uncanny resemblance to a San Diego Padres lid. Kemp spent the past nine years playing for the Dodgers. Counting the time he spent in the minor leagues, he blossomed from an 18-year-old kid into a 30-year-old man before our very eyes, made a memorable MVP run, suffered the occasional youthful hiccup, had a widely publicized romance with one of the biggest stars on the planet and helped lead the Dodgers to four postseason appearances and three trips to the National League Championship Series.So seeing him in anything other than Dodger blue is a bit of a shock. Let alone the colors of their hated National League West rivals from San Diego.“It’s a little different,” he conceded. Even more surreal was Kemp digging in against reigning Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, with whom Kemp shared “face of the Dodgers franchise” honors the past five years.That he ripped an opposite-field RBI single against his former teammate in the top of the first, then dropped a two-run double down the left-field line in the fifth, only added to the strangeness.“Definitely strange, coming from the other side,” he said. “But right after the first pitch crossed the plate I knew it was game time and I had to get locked in and get good at-bats.”Kemp finished 2 for 4 with all three Padres RBIs.Get used to it guys. When the Dodgers traded away the biggest bat in their lineup, accompanied by the not-so-subtle whispers they were getting rid of his attitude and injury probability, too, they gave one of the most-feared hitters in baseball all the room in the world to make them pay.The Padres play the Dodgers 18 more times this year, so you do the math.Still, for someone who thought he’d spend his whole career with the Dodgers, it still takes getting used to.“I thought (I’d be a lifetime Dodger for) as long as I was here,” Kemp said. “I’d been thinking that the whole time.”That didn’t happen, of course.The Dodgers turned their fate over to a new front office with a bunch of fresh ideas last winter, the gist of which was improving the defense, getting younger and opening a spot for young outfielder Joc Pederson.Kemp not only checked off all the boxes, he was the only marketable veteran outfielder the Dodgers had. Carl Crawford and Andre Either were either too old, too expensive or not productive enough to draw interest.Meanwhile, the combination of Kemp coming off a strong second half and the Dodgers’ willingness to eat $32 million of the remaining $107 million on his contract was attractive bait to dangle in front of other teams.The Padres, who were charting the course for a transformative winter, gladly bit.They ended up with a brand-new outfield and legitimate hopes of winning a divisional title.The Dodgers got younger and improved defensively.And in another twist, trading Kemp helped the Dodgers land shortstop Jimmy Rollins, who hit the game-winning three-run home run in the eighth inning Monday.“They did what they had to do to make their team better and we did what we had to do to make our team better,” Kemp said.Which is why he needed directions to figure out how to get to the opposing clubhouse Monday, rather than make the familiar walk to Dodgers’ locker room.And left him a bit skittish on what kind of reception he’d get from the home fans.“I mean, I don’t know,” he said nervously, when asked if he cared what the response would be.“Yeah. I guess I care,” he finally confessed. “I left my heart and soul out on the field for the Dodgers. I thought I did a lot for them. I think I did some things for them. I had a lot of good memories being here.“We’ll see how it goes. I just know how Dodgers fans are. They really love their Dodgers and I’m going to be wearing another jersey. They’re not going to like that, I don’t think.”For the record, Dodger Stadium cheered loudly upon Kemp coming to the bat in the first. Kerhaw, recognizing the moment, gave Kemp some time to lift his helmet in thanks.“Kershaw’s a very respectful person and I have a lot of respect for him,” Kemp said. “I feel like he has a lot of respect for me. He saw the crowd’s reaction and kind of stepped back and let it play out.” Only to see Kemp lace the RBI single. Followed by the two-run double in the fifth.The inevitable boos soon followed.All part of a weird day for one of the most popular Dodgers in recent history.“I grew up here,” he said.Only to return home Monday to find out someone changed all the locks on the door. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “He’s a professional,” Walton said. “I tell everyone on our team, ‘Everyone’s gonna help us win games at some point this season, so we all need to be ready.’ We have a deep team, so some nights it’s gonna be one guy and another night it’ll be someone else. And he’s done a nice job of continuing to work and last night he did a good job of scoring and passing when it’s appropriate. He had some nice defensive plays. So it was nice to get him out there.”Beasley’s long string of DNPs was interrupted by nine minutes of action, in which he had seven points and four fouls during the Lakers’ loss at Orlando on Nov. 17. Otherwise, as he sat and watched, he said his main concern was simple: “Just cheering for my teammates.”Whenever he gets the call again, look for him to still be thinking of his teammates – he said he might break out his air guitar, in honor of teammate Lance Stephenson.“Lance is one of my favorite people to watch, his energy is going, when he’s got it going, the whole city feels it,” Beasley said. “I do it for him, I do it to get him going.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersHe hasn’t been cleared, more specifically, for contact. But Rondo does plenty of things. He can often be seen shooting or rebounding or passing during portions of practice and warm-ups open to the media.Rondo takes fastidious care of his body: He recently told reporters that he devotes up to three hours a day to recovery, including work on the training table and yoga. Walton said Rondo can’t fully stay in basketball shape for the time being, but he’s running and lifting in the weight room.It wouldn’t surprise Walton if the Lakers are able to get Rondo back sooner than expected.“He’s a freak of a human,” he said. “With how long he’s been at this level and playing, you see the way he works out and the condition he’s in, the way he takes care of himself, it does not surprise me.”BEASLEY BACK IN THE MIXAfter playing just nine minutes between Oct. 27 and Nov. 26, Michael Beasley has played 21 minutes this week – chipping in with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting, in addition to contributing an assist, a steal and a couple rebounds. Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers The way he attacked his first minutes in weeks – throwing down a dunk against the Denver Nuggets minutes after being inserted into the game – it was as though he’d never been gone. Or, perhaps, as though he were really raring to go.Beasley missed five games to attend to a personal matter and then fell out of the rotation upon his return. But Walton suggested the 11th-year forward knew his time would come.Related Articles Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years LOS ANGELES — Every day, there’s at least a tease that Rajon Rondo is on the mend.It might be dribbling with both hands at a practice. It might be practicing turnaround jumpers during pregame warmups. It might simply be when he walks around without any protective gear on his right hand, which is two weeks removed from surgery to repair a fractured third metatarsal.But if he is on a shorter timeline than previously understood – he was initially expected to return two to three weeks from now – the Lakers aren’t ready to talk about it. Not yet.“I always have hope that he’s accelerated in his recovery, but that’s gonna be – it’s really, it’s the doctors and the trainers. I’m out of that one as far as when he plays. If he gets cleared, he’ll start playing, but he hasn’t been cleared.” Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions
In organisation of karate club ‘Bugojno’ the Fifteenth Open Karate Tournament was held in Bugojno with over 200 karatekas from Sarajevo, Zenica, Mostar, Bugojno, Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje, Donji Vakuf, Busovača, Ilidža, Konjic, Travnik, Ilijaš, Kalesija, Živinice, Tešanj, Prozor and Vitez who participated, writes Dnevni Avaz.The winner of the tournament is club ‘Perfekt’ from Sarajevo whose members have won 11 gold, 3 silver and 9 bronze medals, while club ‘Bugojno’ won 5 gold, seven silver and 12 bronze medals, while on the third place was club ‘Internacional’ Zenica.The best boy was Hamza Ahmetović while the best girl was Dželila Hukara, both members of club ‘Perfekt’.The best U-17 karateka was Eldar Tihak and the most successful female U-17 karateka was Lejla Macanović from Konjic.The best male junior was Haris Poljo from Sarajevo and the best female junior was Azra Penava, also from Sarajevo.