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The Wallabies snatch dramatic win over Wales at the death

first_imgWednesday Jun 20, 2012 The Wallabies snatch dramatic win over Wales at the death Wallaby replacement back Mike Harris came on and kicked a penalty with time up to give Australia a dramatic 25-23 win over Wales in the second Test in Melbourne. Despite Wales coming close this time, the Wallabies have secured the series 2-0. Harris came on for Berrick Barnes, who had been having a great game and kicking well. A problem with his hip meant he went off in the final ten minutes, making way for Harris, who this season has been one of the best kickers in Super Rugby.When the penalty came, he stepped up and cooley slotted it, breaking the hearts of the Welsh after they looked like claiming their first win over the Wallabies in Australia in 42 years.“It’s every player’s dream, to win the match with the final kick,” said Harries. “It was awesome and I am really glad it went over and we got a different result to Scotland.”Harries got his chance after Welsh number ten Rhys Priestland had kicked possesion away with roughly a minute left in the match, a decision that the forwards weren’t happy about.“I remember hearing Ryan Jones shouting ‘no’ at the top of his voice. It wasn’t what the forwards were planning,” said Sam Warburton. “I can understand why the backs might have wanted to kick it but from a forward’s point of view I would have wanted to back our contact skills and keep the ball.”Wales will get another opportunity for a win in the third Test, in Sydney.“Wales are a very good side. They give you nothing and they take their scoring chances. They showed that in the Six Nations and they showed it again last weekend,” said Robbie Deans.“While they can no longer win the series, they can still achieve something only one other Welsh team has ever achieved by winning in Australia. And they have that opportunity in front of them with no real downside – nothing to fear so to speak, as the series is beyond them,” he said.Kurtley Beale will make his return to Wallaby colours, despite the 23 year-old facing a police charge for assault. He missed the first two games with a shoulder injury, but during that time got involved in a scuffle with security guards at a pub in Brisbane.He will start at fullback, while Adam Ashley-Cooper moves to the wing to replace Cooper Vuna.Below are highlights of the game, and you can also watch the whole thing again hereADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error Related Articles 81 WEEKS AGO scottish prop saves fire victim 84 WEEKS AGO New Rugby X tournament insane 112 WEEKS AGO Vunipola stands by his comments supporting… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyDoctors Stunned: She Removes Her Wrinkles With This Inexpensive TipSmart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living30+ Everyday Items With A Secret Hidden PurposeNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

Post war home bought for $47,500 sold for staggering price

first_img From termite hotel to modern homestead 23 Pringle Street, Ascot, sold for $1.3m.A Brisbane developer has paid a staggering price under the hammer for a post war home that the owner had bought for $47,500 in 1977 — and the plan is to demolish and rebuild.The property located at 23 Pringle Street in blue chip Ascot sold under the hammer for $1.3m after eight bids were made.The home was across the road from Ascot State School — one of the most popular primary schools among high net worth families — and the owner had held it since November 12, 1977, according to CoreLogic records.Winning bidder Emil Juresic of NGU Corp was right on the money, predicting it would go for around $1.2-1.3m. “If it goes for $1m, I’ll be very lucky,” he said beforehand. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON TWITTER Market locks in historic rate cut MORE: Why everyone loves a Queenslander Emil Juresic of NGU Corp signs off on the $1.3m deal in the home’s kitchen. Picture: Sophie FosterAfter discussions, the property was then declared “on the market”, meaning the owner was willing to let the home go at that price level.Bidding recommenced with Mr Juresic putting up $1.3m which was the final and winning bid of the morning. Sitting opposite Ascot State School — where parents of prospective out-of-catchment students have been known to camp out to sign their kids up — a key part of the property’s allure was its post war status which means it can be redeveloped. Classic sunroom out the back.Mr Parker said it was “another good result for Ray White at Ascot, good turnout and Dwight always does a terrific job so.it was never in doubt”.The property was listed as being in “one of Ascots most sought after pockets”.“Positioned on a 554sq m allotment with 14.1m frontage the possibilities are endless. Either renovate or remove, the choice is yours,” according to the listing. 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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 much do I need to retire?00:58 The crowd spilled onto the road at the auction where 12 bidders registered. Picture: Sophie FosterAgent Dwight Ferguson of Ray White Ascot confirmed 12 parties registered to bid at the auction of the 554sq m property, which was open for inspection at 10:30am Saturday.Ray White auctioneer Phil Parker got the process underway at 11am, with the first bid coming in at $900,000, then jumping in $50,000 increments to $950,000 and then $1m., before the first bid by the eventual winner Emil Juresic of NGU Corp of $1.15m.It then jumped by $50,000 twice to $1.2m and then $1.25m before a bid of $25,000 more to $1.275m. Loads of space in the backyard which still has its rotary clothesline from yesteryear. The home is on Pringle St, one of three bordering the popular Ascot State School (left of picture). Picture: Sophie FosterMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago The only request from the sons of the owner was that they take the paving in the backyard with them — a request Mr Juresic was happy to oblige.Mr Ferguson said it was a good location. “We’ve sold a couple of properties like these over the last couple of months and both have had 12 registered bidders. Same circumstances, family held it for many years. This home here is one of those classics that you could renovate or remove.”He said traditionally the streets in the area had pre-war homes but there were pockets like Pringle Street where there were four (post war) in a row.“Structurally they were very well built but you can remove them and that’s what most people will do and that’s what Emil (Juresic) will do as well.”He said the area could hold homes valued upwards of $3m. It has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a garage, laundry, a large sunroom and was one of the few in the area that still had the iconic rotary clothes line in the backyard.Some features of the home were currently still high on buyer lists including its solid hardwood floors throughout, open plan living and North facing enclosed sun room.Pringle Street is one of three that surround Ascot State School and is walking distance to parks, supermarkets, cafes, the racecourse, and Racecourse Road. Looking towards the Ascot State School oval from one of the current bedrooms. Picture: Sophie FosterMr Juresic said the home would be removed and a luxury double storey house built on the site.“I’m excited. It’s going to end up being probably a large Hamptons style home. I’ve got a beautiful one in Clayfield that I’m building. I’ve got a bigger one in St Lucia. But we’re going to build a $3.5m plus house here. It has to have a family feel because it’s so close to the school obviously.” He joked that not only was the block 554sq m, but the school oval was across the road to run around in.The vendor, who would not be named, said he was satisfied with the sale. “We’re happy with the result. It’s good, I don’t want to be parted really, it was my mother’s home.”last_img read more

Salute the Seniors: Alpena

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisSalutatorian Ashwin Chhapamohan and Valedictorian Emeline Hanna for Alpena High School have a message for their fellow graduating seniors. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena High SchoolContinue ReadingPrevious Governor Whitmer Signs Executive Order expanding COVID-19 testing sites Next New online dashboard provides COVID-19 risk and trend data, helps inform MI Safe Start planlast_img read more

16-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary wins 4th shooting gold in 4 months

first_img16-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary continued his sensational run of form at the Asian Airgun Championship in Kuwait by winning the gold medal in 10m Air Pistol junior men’s event on Thursday.Saurabh, the son of a farmer based in Meerut, finished with two gold medals at the event. He first won the team gold along with compatriots Arjun Singh Cheema and Anmol Jain by recording a total of 1731 and then came back to bag the individual gold in an eight-man final with a score of 239.8.This is Saurabh’s fourth individual gold medal in the last four months. Saurabh’s run started the Asian Games in August after which he bagged gold medals at the World Shooting Championships in September and the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina last month.While Saurabh won the gold, Arjun bagged the silver medal for an Indian one-two. Chinese Taipei’s Huang Wei-Te clinched the bronze with a score of 218.0 and denied India a clean sweep with Anmol finishing fourth.The Indian trio of Saurabh, Arjun and Anmol missed the World and Asian Junior record by a mere point in the team event.Earlier, India dominated the qualifying stages of 10m Air Pistol event with Arjun topping the standings by getting a score of 578 after 60 shots. Anmol finished second with 577 while Saurabh was placed third with a score of 576.Also read – India’s latest shooting sensation likes farming: Everything to know about Saurabh ChaudharyWhile it was raining medals for he boys, Manu Bhaker 10m Air Pistol event finished in disappointing as she missed out on an individual medal finishing fourth with a score of 196.4.advertisementIn the eight-woman individual final, Abhidnya Patil finished seventh and India had to do without a medal in the discipline.Manu had topped the qualification of the event with a score of 579 while Abhidnya finished fourth with a score of 563. Neha could not qualify for the final finishing 12th with a score of 552.India’s women’s junior team consisting of Manu, Abhidnya and Neha won the team silver in the 10m Air Pistol with a combined tally of 1694 points, going down to team China who scored 1704 to win gold.India now have 10 medals from the competition with three gold, five silver and two bronze medals.(With PTI inputs)last_img read more