89 Ocean Pde, Burleigh Heads. 89 Ocean Pde, Burleigh Heads.The couple recently moved to the Gold Coast from Sydney and planned to retire at Burleigh Heads.The four-storey property offers 180-degree views of the Tallebudgera Creek and Gold Coast Hinterland. 89 Ocean Pde, Burleigh Heads.A STUNNING Burleigh Heads property sold on the weekend for $1.25 million after a long day of negotiating.The four-bedroom home at 89 Ocean Pde went under the hammer on Sunday morning where it was passed in.However a couple who were at the auction snapped up the property that afternoon.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 ago“The auction was at 10am and we had an agreement on the contract at 4.30pm yesterday,” Ray White Broadbeach agent Troy Fitzgerald said.“The buyers who bought it were at the auction but weren’t in a position to bid under auction terms. It went cash unconditional at 4pm.”
In attendance were officials of the Nigerian Boxing Board of Control (NBBC of C), Lagos Boxing Hall of Fame, both partners, and the sponsors represented by Ms. Efe Obiomah and Johnson Ivoseh, GOtv Public Relations Manager and Marketing Manager respectively.Also present were boxing coaches Obisia Nwakpa, Joe Mensah and Jerry Okorodudu, who supervised the sparring sessions. Speaking at the event, the CEO of Flykite Promotions, Jenkins Alumona said the partnership between GOtv and boxing is aimed at raising the standards of the sport locally.“At the first edition, we had plenty of boxers from around the country, an indication that boxing has regained its footing. We are happy at the turnout on the opening day, which offers a further proof of the sport’s revival. Within a few years, Nigeria should be able to produce elite-class boxers. That is the aim of this enterprise,” he said.General Secretary of the NBB of C, Remi Aboderin, praised the sponsors for reviving professional boxing in the country. “We all know that without GOtv, we would not have professional boxing as we currently do in Nigeria. Their support has been immense and we at the NBB of C are grateful for that,” said Aboderin.Obiomah explained that GOtv will continue to support Nigerian boxing and make it stronger.The sparring session continues Thursday. Selected boxers, whose professional licences will be paid for by the sponsors were announced on Friday.…Unveils 16 Young BoxersThe second edition of GOtv Boxing NextGen search ended on Friday, with the unveiling of 16 promising young boxers at a brief ceremony held at the Lagos Boxing Hall of Fame Gym.The boxers were selected from a crowd of over 100 boxers, who participated in sparring sessions that lasted two days.Joe Mensah, renowned boxing coach and head of the selection panel, thanked the sponsors for their desire to see the country produce a new generation of professional boxers. General Secretary of the Nigerian Boxing Board of Control, Remi Aboderin, described the decision of the sponsors to pay for the professional licences of the boxers as a bold sign of encouragement, adding that the products of GOtv Boxing NextGen Search 1, who benefited from a similar gesture, have started doing well as professionals.Jenkins Alumona, Managing Director, Flykite Promotions, organisers of the talent search, said one of the boxers selected from the GOtv Boxing NextGen Search will make his professional debut at GOtv Boxing Night 9 on October 2.The selection panel identified three boxers as having showed more promise than others. They are Oluwaseyi Samson (light weight), Akintayo Femi (super middleweight) and Emmanuel Chukwuma (light heavyweight).The three were given GOtv decoders and will join three others in camp at the Lagos Boxing Hall of Fame Gym in September.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram About 100 boxers turned up for GOtv Boxing NextGen Search 2, which opened at the Lagos Boxing Hall of Fame Gym on Wednesday.The initiative, conceived to raise a new generation of young and talented professional boxers, featured a press conference and sparring sessions by selected boxers.
Everton have joined the battle for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud.TMW says Everton boss Ronald Koeman is plotting a swoop for Arsenal ace Giroud if Romelu Lukaku moves.Their UK-based sources indicate that may happen in the not too distant future with talks over a Stamford Bridge return ongoing.Giroud has been tipped to quit the Emirates when the transfer window opens with Arsenal on the lookout for attacking reinforcements.