The indoor pool is to dive for.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoAround two years on and the double-storey Hamptons-style home is unrecognisable.“Originally this was the best house in the best street, then it was the worst house in the best street and now it’s the best house in the best street again,” Ms Gregory said. 5 Julatten Drive has a tranquil setting with palm trees.The BoysTown prize home had been vacant for more than 20 years when Ms Gregory set her mind to saving the property from its “rack and ruin” state. “It was terrible,” she said.“We had to cut down 60 trees because the house was surrounded by trees and we couldn’t see the water.“The house sits really high and we still couldn’t see the lake, that’s how tall the trees had grown.“We couldn’t live in it when we bought it.” Relax in luxury at this Robina property.The Gregorys are reluctantly selling their property as family health issues have prompted a move to Canberra.Ms Gregory said the cherished restoration project would suit any type of buyer, even a couple like themselves. The kitchen is almost too good to use, according to homeowner Vicki Gregory.The couple added a 135sq m deck to the rear of the house, overlooking the lake.“There is so much birdlife on the water with ducks, swans and pelicans,” Ms Gregory said.“It’s a little oasis in the middle of Robina.” 5 Julatten Drive, Robina.MARK Gregory refused to get out of the car when he and wife Vicki first inspected 5 Julatten Drive, Robina. “The agent came around to the car window and made him get out,” Ms Gregory said.“He said, ‘You’ve got to be nuts, we can’t take on a project like this’.” The home opens to reveal a grand staircase.“They don’t make houses like this anymore.“Structurally there were no issues because it’s concrete so there were no cracks and we brought a builder on board who said, ‘If you don’t buy this, I’m buying it’.” Ms Gregory has a soft spot for the huge kitchen. “Everyone walks in and just goes, ‘Wow’,” she said.“It’s so nice I don’t want to get it dirty.”
“We are not happy about the last performance. Everyone knows at half-time and after game…We want to sustain the top level. There are a lot of games and sometimes it is a challenge and it is tough.”Arsenal moved up into fourth in midweek as they beat Cardiff and Chelsea lost 4-0 at Bournemouth.Deadline Day signing Denis Suarez is available for the Gunners as they look to deal another blow to City’s title ambitions. Defender Vincent Kompany remains absent for City but goalkeeper Ederson is expected to be fine after suffering a slight knee injury in the defeat to Newcastle. Benjamin Mendy is a doubt after missing City’s last two matches.Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has returned to full training after scans confirmed he did not suffer a fractured jaw against Manchester United.Arsenal said scans revealed only “bruising and soft tissue swelling” to Koscielny’s face and jaw, giving Emery the option of picking him amid a defensive injury crisis.Danny Welbeck and Sokratis Papastathopoulos (both ankle), Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding (both knee) remain out. Henrikh Mkhitaryan could feature after overcoming a foot problem.Manchester City have won their last three Premier League games against Arsenal – they’ve haven’t won four consecutive top-flight games against the Gunners since April 1937.Arsenal have lost seven of their last 11 visits to the Etihad Stadium in all competitions against Man City (W2 D2), losing the last two.Manchester City have lost four of their last nine Premier League games (W5), as many as in their previous 72 combined (W56 D12).Arsenal have lost 11 of their last 19 away Premier League games (W5 D3), keeping just one clean sheet in that time, a 1-0 win at Huddersfield Town in May 2018.Since Roberto Firmino’s goal for Liverpool on January 3rd, Manchester City have scored 25 goals in a row without conceding at the Etihad in all competitions, winning their last four home games by an aggregate score of 24-0.Manchester City have lost three of their last seven Premier League games when scoring first – they had lost just three of their previous 96 matches when scoring the first goal.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his 25th Premier League goal in Arsenal’s last match against Cardiff, reaching that number faster than any other Gunners player in the competition’s history (37 games).Since August 20th, Manchester City have only won three more points in the Premier League (50) than Arsenal (47) and have lost more games (4) than the Gunners (3) in that time.Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has never lost a match against Unai Emery in all competitions (W7 D4 L0) – the only manager he has faced more during his managerial career without losing is Joaquín Caparrós (13 games).Sergio Aguero has scored in seven of his last 11 matches against Arsenal in all competitions for Manchester City, though he hasn’t found the net in either of his last two.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from their shock defeat at Newcastle when they host Arsenal today. Pep Guardiola’s side missed the chance to close to within a point of Liverpool as they were beaten 2-1 at St James’ Park last Tuesday.While Liverpool could not take full advantage as they drew with Leicester, there is now a five-point gap for City to make up ahead of a week that sees them play Arsenal, Everton and Chelsea.“It doesn’t matter how many points we are behind, we have to improve our game,” said City boss Guardiola. “We have done it before and we can do it again, but nothing changed whether we are one or two points behind or five, six, or seven. There are a lot of points to play for and a lot of things to happen.
“He’s tough,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts understated. “You can stay away but he has the low swing path. You can try and crowd him but he’s seen that. He can hunt balls in and cover balls off the plate like he did against Strip (Friday’s victim, Ross Stripling). So you’ve got to mix it up. You’ve got to change eye levels and sequence really well.“This guy is obviously a very talented bat-to-ball guy. He thinks through at-bats and how pitchers are going to attack him. You’ve got to stay ahead of him. I thought Hyun-Jin (Ryu) did a good job. I really did. This just shows how locked in he is right now when you can get in the count, six pitches in, and throw a changeup down and in and hit it the other way and not yank it on the ground and hit a first-pitch breaking ball for a homer too. He’s doing a lot of things well.”Yelich hit his first off Ryu in the third inning Saturday on a 1-and-2 changeup. The opposite-field drive traveled a modest 386 feet into the Brewers bullpen.In the sixth inning, Yelich was more forceful. He crushed Ryu’s first pitch — a slow curveball that rolled over the heart of the plate with its defenses down — sending it 421 feet into the upper deck above the Dodgers’ bullpen in right field.“You have to give him a lot of credit,” Ryu said through his interpreter. “The first one, I thought I did a good job of executing and locating the pitch. … The second one, I had stayed away from my curveball in the first couple at-bats so I thought it was a good idea to use my curveball. But he hit that out as well. You can see he is the hottest hitter in baseball right now.”Other than that, Ryu was strong in his first start back after spending 11 days on the Injured List with a minor groin injury. He gave up just four hits to the non-Yelich Brewers and struck out nine in 5 2/3 innings, matching his strikeout high since returning from shoulder and elbow surgeries in 2015 and 2016.But there was still more Yelich to be dealt with after Ryu left.In the seventh, Dodgers reliever Caleb Ferguson gave up a two-out double to Lorenzo Cain. Despite having the right-handed Braun on deck, the strategy was obvious — intentionally walk Yelich and face Braun (a .186 hitter so far this season).Related Articles MILWAUKEE — When fans buy a ticket for a game at Miller Park these days, there’s really only one thing on their minds.Will Christian Yelich homer before or after the Sausage Race?He did both Saturday, hitting two home runs — one before and one after the grandaddy of costumed mascot racing — as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Dodgers 5-0 to end their six-game winning streak.“I was just laughing,” Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun said, explaining the wide grin on his face as he greeted Yelich at home plate following the second home run. “He’s impossibly good right now. He’s making something that is incredibly difficult look so easy. And he’s done it over a large sample size when you go back to the All-Star break last year.” Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies In the short sample size of the 2019 season, Yelich leads the majors with 13 home runs — one short of the record for home runs before May 1 shared by Albert Pujols (2006) and Alex Rodriguez (2007). With three more home games this month, Yelich should get there.All 13 of his home runs (and 29 of his major-league leading 31 RBI) have come in the Brewers’ 13 home games including four in the first three games of this series with the Dodgers. In 87 home games at Miller Park since the Brewers acquired him from the Miami Marlins, Yelich has hit 35 homers (with only 14 on the road).“I don’t look at the records or what we’ve got going on. For me, it’s one day at a time,” said Yelich who won last year’s National League MVP award with a torrid second half. “Focus on the moment, what you want to accomplish that day with your approach. Good or bad, reset the next day.“I feel pretty comfortable hitting here. We’ve played a lot of games at home, too, already. That’s probably because we have a roof and it’s pretty cold up here at the beginning of the year. It’s not really a home-road thing. It’s just a great hitters’ park. It plays fair. It rewards a good approach. Where I came from in Miami, you can probably put that up there as one of the worst. This one is up there (as a hitters’ park).”In the more neutral environment of Dodger Stadium last week, the Dodgers held Yelich to two singles and no RBI in 12 at-bats over three games. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco “The way he’s swinging, it didn’t make sense not to walk him,” Braun said. “This year, I’ve been bad against everybody and Yelli has been impossibly good. So with that combination, it made sense for them to do what they did.”It did. And then Braun hit an 0-and-1 fastball for a three-run home run to put the game away.“Just a guy (Yelich) who’s swinging the considerably hotter bat you’ve got to take your chance with the other guy,” Roberts said. “We didn’t execute a pitch and Braun put a good swing on it.“You’ve still got to score runs and we didn’t tonight.”Joc Pederson led off the game with a single off spot starter Chase Anderson, making his first start of the season for the Brewers. Their next hit didn’t come until the sixth inning off reliever Alex Claudio.That and five walks were the extent of the Dodgers’ attack. 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“How far away must one sit to be safe in this park?” Boucher quipped to The Boston Globe after the game.This time around, nobody was harmed in the production of the home run. Alex (left) and Dan, two #RedSox fans at the game today. Alex ended up with Rowdy Tellez’s reported 505-foot home run ball. pic.twitter.com/tKOuFiHEHM— Joe (@JoeRiveraSN) April 12, 2019Tellez’s home run also added insult to injury for the Red Sox, who entered play Thursday with the second-worst record (3-9) in the American League. 505 FEET! 😳Rowdy just hit the longest home run in Fenway Park history. #LetsGoBlueJays pic.twitter.com/5aEQOzZ7tD— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 12, 2019Baseball Savant projected that Tellez’s homer traveled 505 feet — 3 feet farther than Ted Williams’ previous stadium best of 502 feet. Williams hit his mammoth shot on June 10, 1946, the ball bouncing off the head of fan Joseph A. Boucher. The seat Boucher occupied that day was painted red to commemorate The Splendid Splinter’s feat.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN A five-run inning quickly turned historic for the Blue Jays.First baseman Rowdy Tellez took a 1-1 cutter from Red Sox starter Nate Eovaldi high and far over the right-field fence at Fenway Park for a home run. Tellez’s blast was his third of the season, the farthest of his brief MLB career and officially the longest homer in Fenway history.