River views from the plunge pool at 106-110 Virginia Avenue, Hawthorne.In the parents wing, there is also a retreat, library, gym, double walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite complete with island bath and makeup table.The additional four bedrooms each have a walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite. The impressive entrance at 106-110 Virginia Avenue, Hawthorne.While there is no price guide for the enormous property, records show it last sold in 2010 for $6,850,000.Mr Scott said his family, who have been living in the area since 2000, intend to purchase locally.It is listed through David and Gary Price of Ray White East Brisbane. Inside the home at 106 – 110 Virginia Ave, Hawthorne.The massive house sits on 2137sq m of riverfront land and has city views, two swimming pools, a spa, champion-sized tennis court, putting green, boat house, 12m pontoon and jetty, music room, media room, and wine cellar. But wait, there’s more. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago The champion sized tennis court at 106-110 Virginia Avenue, Hawthorne.The kitchen has a 5.3m long island bench, bank of integrated Miele wall ovens, butler’s pantry and cold room. The home of Shaun Scott, 106-110 Virginia Avenue, Hawthorne, is currently for sale.ENERGY sector exec Shaun Scott has put his waterfront mansion at Hawthorne on the market.
2019 U-17 AFCONNigeria and Ghana will rekindle a 67-year old rivalry when the Golden Eaglets take on the Black Starlets of Ghana in Niamey on Saturday for a place in the 2019 Under-17 AFCON finals.The Eaglets kept their heads and did the hard work they had to do when defeating host nation Niger Republic 2-1 in a very competitive match at the General Seyni Kountche Stadium in Niamey yesterday evening, to set up a mouth-watering final with the Black Starlets, three-time winners of the global championship. Golden Eaglets It was sweet revenge for the five-time world champions, as the Nigeriens knocked out the Eaglets from the 2017 Africa Under-17 finals on a 3-2 aggregate, when the home-and-away leg contests still held sway.Following a tinkling of the old format, countries in each of Africa’s six football regions now gather in one venue to take part in a qualifying tournament, with only the winning team eligible for the final tournament, save the region of the defending champion that produces two.Akinwumi Amoo set Manu Garba’s wards on their way with a fine finish from a pull out in the 45th minute, and Olakunle Oluwasegun, who had scored a brace in the 2-3 defeat to Burkina Faso in their opening match and another in the 5-1 mauling of Cote d’Ivoire last week, made the scoreline comfortable with another magnificent strike two minutes before the hour.The home team pulled a goal back late on but the Nigerian boys held on, and reward is a potentially explosive final against Ghana, who had earlier defeated Cote d’Ivoire in the first semi final at the same venue.Oluwasegun was named man of the match. The finals of the 2019 Africa U17 Cup of Nations will hold in Tanzania.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram