20 Lonsdale St, AscotOne of the downstairs bedrooms has a study nook and opens through white plantation shutter doors to a small courtyard, while the upper main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite and access to the front balcony.The residence also includes an office with built-in cabinetry and a downstairs rumpus room that extends to a rear covered patio. 20 Lonsdale St, AscotMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoA mix of formal and informal living zones are complemented by generous outdoor areas, with the upstairs kitchen, living and dining spaces opening to front and rear balconies with leafy street and backyard views.Covered and floored with timber, the rear balcony has an awning for relaxed, year-round entertaining, while the back yard boasts an in-ground pool with a perimeter of established gardens and trees providing ample privacy.Back inside, the bedrooms are upstairs and down, all with carpet and either a ceiling fan or airconditioning. 20 Lonsdale St, AscotAgent Damon Warat counts the house’s location as one of its top perks, being located in a quiet tree-lined street only a short stroll to Racecourse Rd and its cafes, bars and restaurants.“This is a really good family home, spread over two spacious levels with a bright, naturally lit interior,” Mr Warat said.Sitting on 810sq m, the house has an open-plan design with sleek timber floorboards, VJ walls, high ceilings and an elegant, neutral colour scheme throughout. 20 Lonsdale St, AscotOther features of the house include sufficient storage areas, a double garage, fireplace, ducted airconditioning, carpet to the upstairs living room, leadlight glass to assorted windows and doors, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen.“Offering more than enough room for the growing family, this residence is all about lifestyle,” Mr Warat said.“Elegantly and generously proportioned, it is in one of Ascot’s most loved streets, close to Racecourse Rd and the Eagle Farm produce markets.” Inspections are by appointment, with the property scheduled to go to auction on site at 9am on March 4 if not sold sooner. 20 Lonsdale St, AscotTHIS five-bedroom home in one of Brisbane’s most prestigious suburbs is packed with features for the growing family.With nothing to do but move in, this five-bedroom residence offers all of the convenience of a comfortable, ready to enjoy lifestyle. The property at 20 Lonsdale St, Ascot, has three bathrooms, two car spaces and loads of family friendly features.
As a result a penalty was awarded to West Ham – which Antonio converted to put David Moyes’ side 1-0 up at half-time. Fellow United legend Patrice Evra was also critical of his former France team-mate in Pogba. ‘All United fans would like to see Paul bleeding,’ he told Sky Sports as a pundit. ‘He knows what he has to do in the second half. As soon as I saw Paul stand up with no blood I knew he used his hands. ‘People know he has made a huge mistake. All United fans would like to see Paul bleeding, even if the ball broke his nose. It is difficult to forgive Paul on this one. He knows what he has to do in the second half. Promoted Content7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Read Also: Klopp demands more from Liverpool after lifting EPL trophy ‘As soon as I saw Paul stand up and his face was so clean with no blood I knew he used his face. He made a big big mistake. Paul knows and we have VAR, today the one in VAR is not Stevie Wonder so that’s why he gave the penalty.’ Luckily for Pobga it didn’t prove too costly as Mason Greenwood’s fine strike on 51 minutes earned United a 1-1 draw and the point they needed to go into the top four. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Paul Pogba was at the centre of a moment of madness during Manchester United’s game with West Ham on Wednesday night – an incident that was faulted by United legend Gary Neville. Going into the match, the fifth-placed Red Devils only needed a point to go above fourth-placed Leicester heading into the final game of the season against the Foxes. Pogba was penalised for this handball inside his own area on the stroke of half-time However, the likelihood of that became slimmer on Wednesday night after falling behind to West Ham. The Hammers were awarded a free-kick in first-half injury time when Timothy Fosu-Mensah fouled Michail Antonio 30 yards from goal. From the resulting set-piece Declan Rice blasted an effort towards goal which struck Paul Pogba. Initially it appeared it hit him in the face – with the midfielder initiating so with some theatrics. VAR replays clearly showed the 27-year-old handled the ball inside his own penalty area However, VAR showed it clearly and inexplicably hit the 27-year-old on the arm – with Pogba a good 10 yards or so away from where the free-kick initially took place. United legend Neville was on the co-commentary for the match and was damning of Pogba. Speaking on Sky Sports he said: ‘It’s rubbish from him, rubbish… it’s embarrassing.’
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Box Score (HTML) The Valley on ESPN3 Box Score (PDF) Next Game: Missouri State University 10/13/2017 – 7 p.m. Watch Live Story Links Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats Full Schedule Roster TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Drake University volleyball team extended its winning streak to 10 matches and remained on top of the Missouri Valley Conference standings with a 3-0 win at Indiana State on Saturday, Oct. 7.The Bulldogs improved to 6-0 in the MVC and 17-3 overall to match last year’s win total and continue the team’s best start to conference play since 1996.”I’m really happy with tonight’s outcome and I felt we played well as a team tonight,” said Drake head coach Darrin McBroom. “We started sluggishly, but finished with a lot of enthusiasm and everybody did their part tonight. To be at 17 wins at this point in the season is pretty impressive and I’m so proud of this team. We’re looking forward to bringing it home next weekend.”Drake prevailed by set scores of 25-23, 25-18, 25-18, to earn its ninth sweep of the year and third in conference action. The 10-match win streak also ties for the second longest in program history.Drake’s convincing road win at Indiana State (5-13, 3-3 MVC) was led by senior Kyla Inderski’s (Urbandale, Iowa) eighth double-double in the last nine games with 10 kills on 31 attempts and 16 digs. Junior Cathryn Cheek (Coppell, Texas) added 11 kills and five blocks to help Drake outblock Indiana State, 9-3.5. As a team, Drake hit .243 while the defense, which had four Bulldogs record double-figure digs, limited ISU to .123 hitting. Paige Aspinwall (Dayton, Minn.) was one of those with double-figure digs as her 12 digs paired with a team-high 26 assists accounted for her sixth double-double of the year.”A lot of players stepped up tonight and played their roles,” McBroom added. “We had a balanced attack tonight. Certainly, the outside hitters dominated, but everyone did their part. We kept our errors low and I’m excited about the outcome.”Helping add to that balanced attack were strong performances from junior Grace Schofield (Mundelein, Ill.) who had four kills on eight attempts and freshman Gillian Gergen (Janesville, Iowa) with five kills on seven attempts, including the match winner, and four blocks at the net.Indiana State was led by Sarah Peterson’s 13 kills as the Sycamores were held to just 34 kills in the three sets.The first set was tight throughout before Drake pulled away for the 25-23 win despite committing seven of their 15 errors of the night in the set. The Bulldogs overcame that slow start and jumped out to an early 12-6 lead in the second set and held that advantage for nearly the rest of the set with Cheek picking up six kills in the set to prevail, 25-18. The Bulldogs kept their foot on the accelerator in the final set, rolling out to a 19-9 lead behind a pair of 5-0 runs. The Sycamores chipped away at that lead but gained no traction in dropping the set, 25-18, and the match 3-0.The Bulldogs aim to add to their winning streak and remain on top of the Valley standings with a pair of home matches next week. The two-game homestand begins Friday, October 13, at 7 p.m. against Missouri State and concludes Saturday, October 14, against SIU at 7 p.m.Print Friendly Version