The home at 117 Osborne Drive, BurpengaryTHIS five-bedroom home is on a private acreage block in Burpengary. The property, which is at 117 Osbourne Drive, has been well maintained and backs on to a nature reserve. Owner Lyn Patterson said the home was close to everything while still being in a quiet neighbourhood that would never be built out.“We’ve got the wildlife reserve at the back so we get the kookaburras on the property and plenty of other birds,” she said. The home has four bedrooms with built in wardrobes and there is an ensuite to the main bedroom. The home is on a private, landscaped block.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There is also a study that could be used as fifth bedroom. The new kitchen has stainless steel appliances, subway tiles and white cabinetry while the dining room and living room both have tiled floors and sliding doors that open to a covered entertainment area. The airconditioned sunken lounge has near-new carpet and access to the entertainment area. The home has been repainted inside and out and the roof has been resprayed. The big kitchen has been updated.Outside, the fully fenced property has been landscaped and features a fully powered 6x9m shed, a water tank, grey water system and a garden shed.Marketing agent Raimo Lavia, of Raine & Horne North Lakes, said the home was in a sought-after acreage pocket in the Burpengary-Narangba area. It is minutes from the Bruce Highway and both the Narangba and Burpengary train stations. Local schools and several shopping centres are within a 10-minute drive of the property. Ms Patterson said she was selling to downsize but would miss having so much space. “I’ll also miss the neighbours because everyone is so friendly,” she said.
The high-stakes third set went with serve until the ninth game when the Canadian lost his footing going for a shot to hand Djokovic a break point, then sent a forehand long to go 5-4 down. But the drama wasn’t over. Djokovic was serving for the match and 30-0 in front when a woman was taken ill in the stands and the action was briefly halted. The Serb threw her a bottle of cold water as medics escorted her out, but it seemed to affect his concentration and he lost the next four points as Shapovalov broke back. They both held serve to take it to a tiebreaker and Djokovic, as he has so often done before, rose to the occasion when it mattered most. – Lajovic in the zone – World number 34 Lajovic, who has been steadily moving through the rankings and captured his first ATP title last year at Umag, was in the zone against Auger-Aliassime. He executed his game plan clinically and was tactically spot on, successfully targeting the wayward forehand of the Canadian, who made 32 unforced errors. Promoted ContentTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksGorgeous Asian Actresses All Men Are Crazy About6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks9 Best Movie Robots Of All TimeTop 10 Most Costly Liquids In The WorldTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes Novak Djokovic dropped his first set of the ATP Cup Friday in a titanic struggle with Canada’s Denis Shapovalov, surviving a scare before rallying to guide Serbia into a semi-final against Russia. The world number two was made to work hard in a hot and humid Sydney by the 14th-ranked young gun before prevailing 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (7⁄4). Novak Djokovic was made to work hard in a hot and humid Sydney by the 14th-ranked Denis Shopalov His impressive teammate Dusan Lajovic, buoyed by a huge contingent of Serbian fans at Ken Rosewall Arena, earlier crushed world number 21 Felix Auger-Aliassime 6-4, 6-2. “This was the closest match I have ever played against Denis. It was so close it could have gone a different way easily,” said Djokovic. “He was playing some terrific tennis and I want to give a huge round of applause and credit to him. Well done.” The win sets up a semi-final against Russia, whose two singles players – world number five Daniil Medvedev and the 17th ranked Karen Khachanov – are unbeaten this season. The other last four clash will see the Nick Kyrgios-led Australia play either Belgium or Rafael Nadal’s Davis Cup-winning Spain, who are on court later Friday. Djokovic faced Shapovalov four times last year and won each match comfortably. But the 20-year-old is fast-improving and had already picked up a pair of top 10 wins against Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev at the tournament. He came out with guns blazing, stunning Djokovic and his fans by winning the first set. Rattled, the Serbian superstar steamrolled the Canadian in the second set, winning five games in a row as the boisterous crowd got to Shapovalov, who allowed errors to creep in. But after a pep talk from team captain Adriano Fuorivia he returned rejuvenated. Loading… Read Also:Djokovic drums support for ATP Cup, Davis Cup to merge “There were so many Serbian people here today they helped me relax and get that energy that I need to play like this,” he said. “Today, everything was working fine and I was feeling really myself on the court, I feel like everything is going the way it should.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
StumbleUpon Triennial cut impacts Inspired performance March 12, 2020 Submit Share UK industry games developer Gamevy has announced that it has secured a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with lottery and gambling solutions supplier Novomatic, which will see its inventory of instant win games supplied to regulated lottery operators through Novomatic systems.Forming a partnership, Gamevy content will now be integrated within Novomatic Lottery Solutions (NLS), distributing Gamevy content to its syndicated European lottery partners.The partnership will see Gamevy initial launch titles from its instant win and digital scratch range, with the company detailing that Novomatic clients would now have a more engaging game range for its customers.NLS CEO Frank Cecchini commented on his firm’s new partners;“We’ve watched the company develop their games and their capabilities over the last year and we like the way they think. Gamevy is passionate and focused on making high-quality games that are notably different than anything else on the market today. ““The Gamevy team truly understands the lottery player and the new challenges which lotteries face as they struggle to stay relevant and exciting,” Related Articles Levy departure sees Novomatic split global sales leadership April 26, 2019 Share Harald Neumann ends tenure as Novomatic CEO March 2, 2020