54 Retreat St, Bridgeman DownsFrom the lounge a long covered terrace can be reached. It overlooks the pool, which has a spa, fountain and beach-style entrance, along with established gardens accentuated by a water feature.A kitchen with granite benchtops, sleek white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances also opens to the outdoor space, while overlooking a meals area. Near the kitchen is a laundry with ample storage, and a powder room, along with a bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an ensuite. 54 Retreat St, Bridgeman DownsThree more bedrooms are on the opposite side of the house, two with built-in wardrobes and serviced by a family bathroom, and the main with a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite. From the lounge a staircase ascends to the upper level of the residence, including the two remaining bedrooms.Other features include a mix of polished timber, carpet and tiled floors, ducted airconditioning, ceiling fans, a fitted wine cellar and a second double garage with an adjoining billiards room and a separate workshop.Agent Samantha Foster described the residence as having arguably the best parcel of land in the street.“Many families choose to live in Bridgeman Downs because of larger homes and generous blocks, and proximity to both public and private schools, shops, restaurants and public transport,” she said. HM 54 Retreat St, Bridgeman DownsSITTING on a private 10,900sq m parcel of land complete with a paddock, in-ground pool and 80,000L dam, this vast residence at 54 Retreat St, Bridgeman Downs, is on the market for the first time in 30 years.It has two-street access, with the main entrance accessed via a secure electric gate, and the second entrance at the rear of the property leading to a custom-built four-car garage with a hoist, perfect for boats, trailers and caravans. Inside, the grandeur of the house is evident, with decorative ceiling roses and cornices, warm tones and feature chandelier lighting. 54 Retreat St, Bridgeman DownsMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoOff the entrance foyer is a study, along with a selection of formal and informal living spaces. To the rear of the level a lounge room boasts an open fireplace surrounded by stone and a timber wet bar with kitchenette.
Sharing is caring! Share Dominicans residing in the Kalinago Territory are currently benefiting from an initiative of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Barbados.The team is currently on island stationed at the Kalinago territory, and has been assisting the residents in several areas.The mission trip was organized by the Youth Director of the Caribbean Youth Conference Pastor Dale Haynes and is led by Margot Griffith.“We are targeting the homes of persons who need assistance. We are painting, doing evangelical work, we are giving them a better understanding of why it is important being a Christian. We are also going into the schools to help them with their homework,” she said.According to her, the Kalinago people have been very receptive to the team.“They are excited about the work that we are doing. They have been participating and very respectful,” she added.Griffith says there could be a great improvement in the quality of housing for residents there and their entire nature of living needs improvement.The team is being chaperoned by the Eastern District of Seventh Day Adventist which covers Atkinson to Castle Bruce including San Sauver.The team will be leaving the island on Thursday.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Kalinagoes benefit from Barbadian Seventh Day Adventist Missionaries by: – March 26, 2012 Tweet 58 Views no discussions Share Share
Promoted Content6 Amazing Shows From The 90s That Need A Reboot Right Now6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Amazing Movies You Need To Watch On Amazon PrimeHere Are The Best Movies Since 1982 You Should Definitely SeeA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth But Laporte, who has been out since August with a knee injury, is now nearing a return. The French centre-back has stepped up his recovery by playing a part in training this week and he could be back in action in the coming weeks. “Yesterday was the first time he trained with the team for 10 or 15 minutes. He’s getting better, he feels good. I think in the next week he’ll complete all the training sessions with us,” Guardiola said. “You cannot forget it’s more than four months out. He needs time. He is training with us but the day after he can’t play 90 minutes.” Read Also: Ex-Man City star involved in car crash on New Year’s Day FA Cup holders City host fourth-tier Port Vale in the third round of the competition on Saturday and face a League Cup semi-final first leg against Manchester United in midweek. Asked if he would rest players ahead of the United clash, Guardiola said: “It wouldn’t be possible to win two League Cups in a row and the FA Cup last season if we were not focused in the cups and the Premier League. “I’ve said many times, we try to play every game seriously and give a lot of importance, no matter what competition we are playing.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Pep Guardiola expects Brazil midfielder Fernandinho to sign a new contract with Manchester City before his current deal expires at the end of this season, the Premier League champions’ coach said on Friday. The 34-year-old, who is in talks with City over an extension, shone as a holding midfielder in City’s title-winning campaigns but has been forced to reinvent himself as a centre-back this season due to the team’s injury problems. He has won the Premier League three times since joining City from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013 and his selfless displays during his time at the Etihad Stadium have left Guardiola hoping their relationship can continue. “Of course (I’d like him to stay). I’m so confident and I’m so delighted with the three-and-a-half years we’ve had together,” Guardiola told reporters. “He does not have to convince me to stay longer, he convinced me on day one. He knows exactly the opinion we have about what he’s done at the club for many years. “He is one of the greatest players this club has had in its whole history.” Fernandinho switched to defence after an injury to Aymeric Laporte left Guardiola short at the back. John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi have also missed games and lacked form, leaving Fernandinho as clear first choice in the position.
This police officer inspects liquors seized from two persons in Barangay Ilaures, Bugasong, Antique on May 21. This weekend, the sale and purchase of liquor or any alcoholic beverages will be allowed from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. only. BUGASON MPS SAN JOSE, Antique – The Antique Inter-Agency Task Force on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the League of Municipalities of the Philippines-Antique Chapter approved in a meeting yesterday the sale and purchase of liquor or any alcoholic beverages.Gov. Rhodora Cadiao said residents can distribute or purchase the products this weekend from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. only as there will be a formal revision on her Executive No. 49 on May 25.Drinking in public places, on the other hand, is still not allowed, she added.Cadiao imposed a liquor ban in Antique during the enhanced community quarantine period due to coronavirus disease 2019 and decided to retain the rule under general community quarantine. As of May 21, 2020, at least 7 persons were arrested for violating liquor ban in this province.Four of them were caught selling while three were arrested for transporting the liquor in Antique’s borders./PN
“When I was in the dressing room today I had the feeling they believed we could win. They didn’t feel any fear. “They wanted to really go for it and believed they could win another trophy. And they showed from the first minute their courage and their passion. read also:Arteta demands more as Maitland-Niles earns England call-up “We know that if you want to fight for trophies you can’t concede the amount of goal we have over the last few seasons, that’s for sure. But obviously, with the ball in the attacking phase, we must do a lot better. “Today we had some periods where we showed we are developing in the right direction. Defensively we are solid, we are difficult to beat. “Really, if we have the mindset that we have 11 players doing it, that it doesn’t matter who your name is, I think we have a really good chance.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, has boasted that his team has no fear of top opponents now. The Gunners have been on an impressive run under the Spaniard since he arrived. While they could not push up the Premier League table, they did pick up big scalps such as wins over Liverpool and Manchester City and Chelsea (latter two in the FA Cup). Now they have defeated Liverpool again, this time on penalties in the Community Shield. “Two days ago we started to have players back in training and I didn’t hear one excuse,” said Arteta after the game. “‘Oh they (Liverpool) had two weeks in Austria, better preparation’. None of that.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Why Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World8 Most Expensive Mistakes In History7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World
And he finally got his moment in the sun when Martin Paterson rose to nod home Niall McGinn’s fine one-touch cross to establish a first-half lead Russia were unable to respond to. McGinn, who was the goalscorer and star of the show in the previous high point of the O’Neill era – a 1-1 draw in Portugal – was delighted to finally give the former Shamrock Rovers coach three points to celebrate. “That was for the boss,” said the Aberdeen forward. “We had massive belief going into the match, although few people gave us any hope. “The boss has waited a long time for a victory so that was for him. It was an unbelievable night, played in an electric atmosphere. There is a great togetherness in the squad, demonstrated with our reaction afterwards. “We got together in a huddle just to congratulate each other.” Huddersfield striker Paterson, who put in a wonderful shift leading the line and was rewarded with his first competitive international goal, echoed those sentiments. “The win was much needed for Michael,” he said. Press Association Northern Ireland’s match-winners dedicated the defeat of Russia to long-suffering manager Michael O’Neill. The 1-0 victory over Fabio Capello’s side at Windsor Park marked O’Neill’s first success on the international stage – ending a 20-month wait that had previously yielded five draws and four defeats. During those tough times the players spoke frequently and passionately of their support for O’Neill, who has worked diligently behind the scenes since replacing Nigel Worthington at the helm. “With the performances and the way we’ve played he deserves that victory, and I think he deserves it for the way he has stuck by how he wants us to play. “I think the group is only going to get better too.” Beating a Russia side ranked 16th in the world by FIFA, 93 places above Northern Ireland, was an even tougher task without senior players such as Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt, Kyle Lafferty and Chris Baird – absent for a variety of fitness and suspension issues. But having watched stand-ins such as Paterson, Jamie Ward, Craig Cathcart and Oliver Norwood excel, O’Neill warned that the established pecking order could be due a shake-up. Any of the four would be unlucky to be dropped for the home clash against Portugal next month, leaving him with the kind of selection dilemma managers crave. “I’ve been in the game long enough to not get carried away and say it is a new day but I know what we have in this squad,” he said. “In the past period I don’t think we’ve had enough pressure put on those (experienced) players in terms of staying in the team and keeping the jersey. “The onus now is on these players, instead of people thinking they have the right to play you need to be picking from a healthier base. “Hopefully you’re seeing the the shape of a team that can continue to develop. “Nights like this are invaluable in terms of giving the the players the belief they can play at the top level. “They can compete and show quality and they showed that really well in possession and defended exceptionally well.” Northern Ireland have no realistic prospect of qualifying from Group F, but the forthcoming double header against Portugal and Luxembourg offers a chance to build on the best result of their recent history.
While the arrival of Aiden McGeady from Spartak Moscow has boosted their attacking capabilities Martinez does not want to leave his side short up front. On-loan Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is the stand-out first-choice but with Arouna Kone likely to be out for the rest of the season with a knee injury the Toffees boss knows he has to find a back-up to help maintain, if not improve, their fifth-place position. Everton manager Roberto Martinez is actively seeking a replacement for Nikica Jelavic after the Croatia international completed his move to Hull. Despite the Spaniard’s reluctance to talk about a new deal for the England left-back Press Association Sport understands there has been considerable groundwork done over the last couple of months. That appears to have paved the way for the club to be optimistic the 29-year-old, whose current contract expires in 17 months, will agree to extend his stay. Having fended off bids from former Toffees boss David Moyes at Manchester United in the summer Martinez said they wanted to reward Baines’ loyalty with an improved deal but the Spaniard has been wary over speaking publicly about negotiations. Keeping Baines out of the hands of United would be a major coup for Everton and a sign of how Martinez’s arrival in the summer as Moyes’ successor has had a huge effect. The club sit just one point behind fourth-placed Merseyside rivals Liverpool and have lost just twice all season as the Spaniard’s change in style has reaped instant rewards. Martinez significantly gave youngster Ross Barkley a key role in his midfield and has seen the 20-year-old blossom as a result, winning his first senior England cap and putting himself in with a good chance of securing a place in Roy Hodgson’s World Cup squad. Barkley is currently contracted until 2016, having signed a long-term deal in December 2011, but could also be in line for a new contract in line with his rising importance in the side. The midfielder travelled to Tenerife with the rest of the squad for a warm-weather training break despite being ruled out for possibly three weeks with a broken toe. “What is important is that Aiden McGeady arriving has given us a bit more strength in the wide areas and there are many flexible players who can fill in to that number nine position,” Martinez told evertonfc.com. “But it would be an area that we are looking at before the window closes. “We are looking at the options to see if there is a player with the right profile who would fit into the squad.” Such was the form of Lukaku, Jelavic barely got a chance in the first team and Martinez felt with the player due to go to the World Cup it was in everyone’s best interests to allow him to leave. “We agreed the deal (with Hull) and it was down to Nikica to make his decision,” he added. “I do believe when I spoke to Niki that he was clear that he wanted to join Hull. “He felt he would get the opportunity to play the games he needs ahead of the World Cup.” Martinez is more concerned with keeping players than bringing in new ones in January and it appears he will be able to plan for a long-term future with Leighton Baines after making significant inroads over contract negotiations. Press Association
The action switched to the other end again as Steven Nzonzi’s shot was blocked and from the resulting corner, Marc Wilson sent an effort goalwards that went behind off Odemwingie. Stoke were forced into a substitution just before the quarter-hour mark as Erik Pieters went off for Marc Muniesa, and the game then reduced in tempo somewhat after its frantic opening. Arnautovic earned a corner with an ambitious effort, and Crouch then did the same, leading to the Potter’s leveller. From Ireland’s corner, Crouch nodded the ball into the ground and onto the bar, and then reacted quickly to volley it back goalwards. It struck Odemwingie, who was on the line, before going in, but Crouch might feel the goal should be his. Carroll was still on the hunt and cracked a shot over the bar as half-time approached, before Ireland failed to make the most of being put through on goal, shooting straight at Adrian. Shortly after the restart Nolan headed Mohamed Diame’s cross wide from a good position and Crouch then just failed to make connection with a clever through-ball as he tried to nick it past Adrian. Carroll was next to find himself in space in front of goal, but saw his shot divert over via Begovic’s foot. Then came the offside decision, as Begovic punched the ball out, it came back into the box to Nolan and he guided it into the net. Much to his dismay, the flag was up. Stoke soon capitalised after surviving that scare, as Arnautovic collected the ball, squeezed into the box past several West Ham men and beat Adrian. And after West ham had had a couple of handball claims waved away, Odemwingie made the three points safe with a goal that was certainly his, smashing in emphatically from Ireland’s pass as Stoke surged forward on the break. Stoke bounced back from conceding early on to see off West Ham 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium. Kevin Nolan thought he had made it 2-1 to the visitors when he put the ball in the net in the 61st minute, but the effort was ruled out for offside. And Stoke subsequently went on to wrap up victory, with Marko Arnautovic getting through a crowd of players and slotting in on 69 minutes before Odemwingie finished a Potters counter-attack by lashing home with 11 minutes to go. Early on, it appeared as if the day might belong to Carroll. Since becoming West Ham’s record signing last summer, Carroll has endured a frustrating campaign, missing much of it due to a foot injury and then, after finally regaining his fitness, being hit with a three-match suspension for a red card in February. He is still hoping to make England’s squad for this summer’s World Cup, though, and on what was his first start since his sending-off and only his seventh appearance of the season, he looked like a man on a mission as this game got under way. The 25-year-old, who was on loan with West Ham from Liverpool last term and last scored in April, had already had a shot blocked when he headed the Hammers into the lead Carroll connected with Mark Noble’s floated free-kick as his marker Crouch and Begovic got in each other’s way. Stoke were almost level immediately as Adrian tipped a Stephen Ireland effort around the post, but Carroll was soon threatening again, bringing a save out of Begovic. Hammers striker Andy Carroll opened the scoring in the fifth minute of Barclays Premier League contest with his first goal of the season, rising above Peter Crouch and crashing a header past Asmir Begovic, who had rushed off his line to try to punch the ball away. The hosts equalised in the 32nd minute when Crouch, following up his own header that had hit the bar, saw his acrobatic effort go in off the shoulder of Peter Odemwingie. Press Association
POPULAR night club Palm Court yesterday signed on to five competitors for this weekend’s Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s (GMR&SC) international race meet.The Main Street Georgetown business has renewed its sponsorship with Group 4 driver Rupie Sewjattan, Group Two and Three driver Rameez Mohammed and Super-stock competitor Steven Vieira.Palm Court also gave sponsorship to Groups Three and Four competitor Danny Persaud and Sports-tuner driver Peter Morgan.During a brief handing-over yesterday, Events & Marketing Manager Sasha Lewis related that the Palm Court family is happy to renew its sponsorship with its three drivers and to add two more to its list.Vieira, currently in contention for the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) Super-stock title, was heartened by the donation and promised to use it to full advantage on Sunday.“I’m very prepared but the competition is very strong so I have a lot of work to do. The bike is decently prepared but we still have more to work on. This weekend I think the Guyanese people should come out and watch because I’m coming all out.”Meanwhile, newcomers Danny Persaud and Peter Morgan each thanked the company for supporting them.“I had a test run of the car yesterday, it feels solid and I think that we can defend Guyana come Sunday. All in all it’s been an up and down year for us, but we are still confident of going out on a high and preparing for the next year,” Persaud said.Morgan, on the other hand, contended, “I think I stand a very good chance. Only one car that I’m worried about is Bridget Singh from Trinidad, but otherwise we are good. I’d like to thank Palm Court for supporting me.”
May 17, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Russia has relaxed border restrictions for athletes and coaches in a move that will help soccer to restart in the country next month. Since March Russia has barred most foreign arrivals in a bid to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Now the government says athletes and coaches will be allowed in if they have a contract with a Russian sports team or organization. They will have to spend 14 days in isolation on arrival and will be observed by doctors.The government says “the decision will help professional sports organizations, including Russian Premier League soccer clubs, to resume training after the lifting of restrictions related to the spread of the new coronavirus.”The Russian Premier League aims to restart June 21 though some of its foreign stars headed home during the outbreak and have yet to return.Lokomotiv Moscow said Saturday that its 35-year-old Peruvian winger Jefferson Farfan had contracted the virus. Club chairman Anatoly Meshcheryakov told the RIA Novosti news agency that Farfan was in Moscow and had not been hospitalized. Farfan hasn’t played this season due to injury.___ The Latest: Russia opens border to athletes, coaches Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is in favor playing without fans for a long time if it helps “save” soccer clubs amid financial uncertainty.The English Premier League hopes to re-start games by mid-June in empty stadiums amid the coronavirus pandemic.A World Cup winner with France, Lloris says “it’s important that soccer restarts, for today and tomorrow.”He adds that “if we have to play behind closed doors for a long period of time in order to save soccer, then we have to.”Lloris currently trains at his club every other day with “specific time slots” for each player, adding that “sometimes we pass each other, but from very far away.” Associated Press In a newspaper interview with Nice-Matin, Lloris says that arriving at training already dressed in his kit reminds him“of when I started out and my grand-parents would drop me off at training.”___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6