94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mr Schlamm said the investor-buyer was keen to acquire the four-bedroom home soon after he had seen the listing.“The negotiations started without the buyer seeing the property. The buyer then flew up on the Saturday and had a look to confirm he was happy,” Mr Schlamm said. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMr Schlamm said affordability was a major motivator for out-of-town purchasers.“For the investors from Sydney, you’re getting a yield that’s twice what you’re getting down there, and you can actually buy something with $300,000 or $400,000 in the first place,” he said. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird Park 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkQueensland’s southeast has been awash with Sydney and Melbourne buyers of late as our affordable property and high returns bring in savvy investors.The sale of 94a Johnston St, Bellbird Park, for $352,500 on September 27 was a great example, according to Ray White Redbank Plains sales manager John Schlamm. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMr Schlamm said the home offered a secure, long-term tenant for the new owner.“The tenants have lived in the house for eight years and they wanted to stay – so it’s pretty much a win-win for everyone,” he said.
Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaA member of Arsenal Football Club technical coaching crew, Simon McManus, has described Super Eagles forward Alex Iwobi as an influential and fantastic player of the North London club.Aside Iwobi, McManus also generously lavished the outstanding exploits of former Nigerian captain, Nwankwo Kanu, several years after the gangling player left the Gunners.The UEFA-licensed coach is one of two Arsenal coaches brought to Abuja by Star Larger Beer for a clinic to equip local coaches numbering 30 with the tactical knowledge and skills to improve the overall quality of Nigeria’s local football league. The coach, who will run the clinic with James Colinese, until Thursday at the National Stadium in Abuja, said Nigerian players have always influenced Arsenal’s style of football whenever they play for the London side.“Iwobi is a great player with creative and dynamic ability on the ball. He is a key member of the current Arsenal side. No one can forget Nwankwo Kanu, who is a big part of Arsenal history.â€œKanu played for the invincible Gunners that finished the 2003-04 season unbeaten in 49 matches and won the double. He is loved by the fans for his charisma and character both on and off the field,” McManus recalled with relish.On a general note, he rated the Super Eagles highly, describing the national team as an entertaining group that attracts more fans to their game and is globally reputed.The Arsenal-Star Lager partnership was brokered in 2016 for the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) by the League Management Company (LMC).The clinic features theoretical and practical sessions. It will impact the local coaches to embrace the free-flowing and all attack approach style of Arsenal.McManus is responsible for delivering Arsenal-themed coaching programmes across 22 countries, while Colinese is an FA level 1 and Level 3 talent identification coach. He is an academy scout, who has worked in the UK and USA in many coaching capacities.LMC Chairman, Shehu Dikko, described the coaching clinic partnership with Star Lager Beer and Arsenal as a good development for Nigerian football.He said ultimately the beneficiaries will be the players and league, adding LMC will go the extra mile to ensure capacity building events of such nature holds regularly.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Alia Atkinson via www.swimmingworldmagazine.com PLANTATION, Florida – Four-time Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson won the 100 breaststroke on Friday night (March 6) at the 2020 Speedo Sectionals Plantation in Florida. The 31-year-old swam a 1:09.36 to win by three seconds. She swam a much faster time in the morning at 1:08.99.Atkinson, who trains in Pembroke Pines at South Florida Aquatic Club, is preparing for her fifth Olympics this summer in Tokyo. She was the fourth-place finisher in the 100 at the 2012 Games in London.During both 2019 FINA Champion Series meets, Atkinson swam 1:08.15 (Shenzhen) and 1:08.88 (Beijing) in the 100 meters backstroke. Her 2019 best time, however, was a 1:07.06 from the Jinan World Cup, which is 10th on the Speedo World Rankings for the 2019-2020 season.The outstanding Jamaican swimmer, and three-time Jamaican Sportswoman of the Year, first competed at the 2004 Olympics in the 50 m freestyle and the 100 m breaststroke, and four years later in the 2008 Olympics she finished 25th in the women’s 200-metre breaststroke.She carried the Jamaican flag at the opening ceremony of the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she set the Jamaican record in the 100-metre butterfly.She also qualified for the 2012 Olympics 100m women’s breaststroke finals after defeating Canadian rival Tera van Beilen in a head to head race for the final position. She subsequently placed 4th in the finals of the 2012 Olympics 100m women’s breaststroke finishing with a time of 1:06.93.Atkinson won the 100-metre breaststroke at the 2014 Short Course World Championships in Doha (equaling the record set by Rūta Meilutytė in 2013), becoming the first black woman to win a world swimming title.At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she reached the final of the 100m breaststroke.Atkinson has been coached by since 2001 Chris Anderson, manager of .the South Florida Aquatic Club swim team.