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14 Deborah St, Clontarf. Picture: realestate.com.auIT WAS the dual-living opportunity which really drove interest in this Clontarf home at 14 Deborah St.According to CoreLogic figures, the home sold for $637,500 on June 19.Marketing agent Andrew Reibelt of RealWay Property Consultants Redcliffe said it was a bit of a unique offering in the local market because of its dual-living potential.“It is reasonably rare,’’ he said.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“This was one that was very well done, it had a complete kitchen upstairs and downstairs.’’Mr Reibelt said the buyers had recently sold another property in Rothwell. 14 Deborah St, Clontarf. Picture: realestate.com.auHe said the local market was still fairly busy with most properties selling within a 30-day time frame.Mr Reibelt said the home also had good street appeal and had been beautifully renovated.It also featured polished floors on the upper level and a large timber rear deck that overlooked a swimming pool and oasis-style gardens.CoreLogic figures reveal the median house price for Clontarf is $425,000 with 172 houses sold in the year to March. The median unit price is $328,500 with 36 units sold in the same period.
Industry conference and exhibition Betting on Esports 2017 is taking place in London at the Kensington Olympia this September 13-15. Millennial Esports is the Platinum Sponsor of this event which’ll include a dedicated esports betting exhibition area, six panels with over 25 speakers, a FIFA tournament and ample networking for the duration. Betting on Esports is a part of the wider Betting on Sports Conference (#BOSCON2017) which’ll bring together the gambling industry and relevant connected stakeholders with over 1,000 attendees expected. Alex Igelman, Millennial EsportsHere we caught up with Alex Igelman, Millennial Esports CEO, ahead of the event. Esports Insider: Why did you decide to exhibit, sponsor and speak at Betting on Esports?Alex Igelman: Rarely do we have the opportunity to be in front of such a diverse group of business executives and decision makers as we will at BoE. The event will be a great networking opportunity for our company and affords the chance to introduce our products and services to an entire industry in one convenient setting.ESI: Millennial has been making some interesting moves in the space such as the acquisition of Stream Hatchet and Ideas + Cars. Where is Millennial trying to position itself as a company in the industry?Alex: We are a publicly traded pure play esports company and as such are focused on many aspects of the industry. We believe that esports is still evolving and we are witnessing its early development. We have identified key sectors in the esports ecosystem that we feel have the greatest potential, are underserved or both. “Rarely do we have the opportunity to be in front of such a diverse group of business executives and decision makers as we will at BoE”By making strategic investments and acquisitions, we are leading the way in many of these areas. Our vision of Las Vegas as a global hub for esports was a key factor in our decision to build the first permanent studio and arena there. The lack of relevant business intelligence for interested parties, brands and sponsors in the streaming sector led us to acquire StreamHatchet. We will continue to seek out unique opportunities, make strategic investments and acquisitions and break new ground in the esports ecosystem.ESI: What are your thoughts on the future of esports betting in Las Vegas? The Senate 420 Bill is an exciting proposition for operators and stakeholders there…Alex: The State of Nevada has always led the world in terms of gaming and betting. The State’s approach to esports betting is cautious yet pioneering.“In the foreseeable future a bet on a Rocket League or DOTA match will be as common as a bet on an NFL or NBA game”I think that the future is bright for esports betting but it will take time to evolve. In the foreseeable future a bet on a Rocket League or DOTA match will be as common as a bet on an NFL or NBA game. I am confident in time you will see the esports betting market blossom in Nevada.ESI: What can attendees look forward to hearing you discuss on the ‘Saving Las Vegas’ panel?Alex: Well I don’t want to give away everything before the panel, but I think the audience will hear some interesting updates as to where Las Vegas currently is with esports and where it is heading!ESI: Millennial’s latest acquisition was a company called IDEAS+CARS – what interested you in this? Alex: Motorsports and racing has mass universal appeal. The average person may not understand League of Legends or Hearthstone, but that same person is quite familiar with motorsports and racing. I believe that the esports racing genre has huge potential and our acquisition of Ideas and Cars solidifies our position in the sector. Darren Cox is a pioneer in racing and esports and with him at the helm, we are confident we are on the right track (no pun intended).ESI: Where do you see the esports opportunity for European casinos? After all, this isn’t Las Vegas…Alex: Frankly, at the end of the day the millennial generation of Europe is quite similar to the millennial generation of North America, Asia, or anywhere else in the world for that matter.“Casino operators need to be prepared to adapt or get ready to close their doors”It is not the case of the European casino market being different than its counterpart across the pond. It’s a matter of getting in touch with what the new customer is seeking in terms of entertainment value and being ready and able to deliver it. Ultimately, the experience will not be exactly the same on both continents but the writing’s on the wall for everyone. Casino operators need to be prepared to adapt or get ready to close their doors.As a part of SBC Global, Esports Insider is an organiser of the Betting on Esports conferenceAnyone with any questions can reach out via [email protected]
Charlie Austin was QPR’s hero last night, scoring twice against Aston Villa to take his team off the bottom of the Premier League.The 2-0 victory lifted Rangers’ spirits after a difficult spell and gave them a timely boost ahead of this weekend’s west London derby at Chelsea.Striker Austin took to Twitter to describe the result as “a massive three points”, while vice-chairman Amit Bhatia tweeted: “Got some MAJOR man-love for @chazaustin9 right now. #pureclass.”Got some MAJOR man-love for @chazaustin9 right now. #pureclass— Amit Bhatia (@Amit_Bhatia99) October 27, 2014Rangers midfielder Joey Barton, who missed the game through injury, declared: “Great result and team performance. Made up for @chazaustin9 two great finishes. Fans were immense tonight. #UR’s”The club’s sports psychologist Steve Black, who has worked closely with Austin, tweeted: “Excellent result for the lads tonight ! Good team performance all round & 2 great goals from Charlie Austin. Clean sheet a super bonus.”Sandro, meanwhile, completed 90 minutes for the first time since moving to Loftus Road from Tottenham.“Very good win!! I’m very happy for my first 90min for the Hoops!! Thanks guys for all the support!,” the Brazilian said.Chief executive Philip Beard tweeted: “Another really good performance but this time the performance got the result it deserved.”See also:QPR v Aston Villa player ratingsFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
17 April 2012South Africa’s status as the best junior tennis nation in Africa was confirmed on the weekend when the country dominated the African Junior Tennis Championship in Cairo, Egypt.The tournament, which catered for the under-14 and under- 16 age groups, was played in conjunction with the under-18 African Junior Championships, which were played in Potchefstroom last month.South African Fed cup debutant Ilze Hattingh was the star of the show, winning the singles and doubles title in both the under-16 and under-18 age groups.Under-16 victoriesOn Sunday, Hattingh defeated second seat Sandra Samir of Egypt 6-4 7-6 (7-2) to win the under-16 girls’ singles title. Hattingh then teamed up with fellow countrywoman Theresa Van Zyl to win the girls’ under-16 doubles title.Previously, in Potchefstroom, Hattingh won both the singles and doubles titles in the under-18 tournament with ease. She defeated her good friend and doubles partner Madrie Le Roux 6-1, 6-1 in the final of the singles and then teamed up with Le Roux to capture the doubles crown from fellow South Africans Lynn Kiro and Theresa Van Zyl.In the boys’ under 14 event, singles’ top-seed Calvin Jordaan from Cape Town captured the title after coming back from one set down to beat third seed Mohamed Aboulkassem of Egypt 2-6 7-5 6-3.Most successful countryThe dominance of Hattingh, plus the singles victory by Jordaan, and the doubles’ win in Potchefstroom by Wayne Montgomery and Matthew Rossouw (under-18) gave team South Africa the required points to ensure that they were named the most successful tennis country on the continent.The South African Fed Cup team, under the captaincy of John-Laffnie De Jager, who arrived in Cairo for this week’s Fed Cup tournament there, watched the South African Juniors’ victory.EncouragingDe Jager said that the country’s juniors had performed well in the Potchefstroom and Cairo tournaments, which was encouraging for the future of tennis in South Africa.“The dominance of our juniors in the African Junior Championships is exciting for the development of tennis in our country.“Our juniors dominated on hard and clay courts which gives hope that the future stars will be able to compete on any given surface, which will stand them in good stead for their future professional tennis careers.”SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
New Delhi, Aug 25 (PTI) Indian women cricketers Harmanpreet Kaur, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smriti Mandhanaand and Sushma Verma have signed up with digital management company TSD, the company said today. Indias women cricket team recently took over the world with their brilliant performance at ICC Womens World Cup, where they reached the finals. They lost the finals by 9 runs against England but their will to fight won them many hearts across the globe. “We are excited to work with our new team at TSD and be a part of the Circle of Cricket community as we embark on our professional cricket career,” said the Players in a joint statement. Veda Krishnamurthy said: “Im glad to be associated with Circle of Cricket which in itself is one of the largest Sports community on Digital. “With the importance of Social Media presence growing each day, we want to stay connected to our fans as much as possible. It feels good to know that the fans today actually follow women cricket and talk about it on social media.” Ishan Yadav Mahal, Digital Head, TSD Corp said: “We have always wanted to promote Women Cricket players in a country dominated by Mens Cricket. Our desire to bring them up on the Digital space will help them to gain immense knowledge about Social Media as well as the required exposure. “Well be looking to sign more players in future and will work towards the growth of Womens cricket digitally.” TSDs stable of cricketers include former India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virender Sehwag. PTI ATK ATKadvertisement