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.
(REUTERS) – Dave Warner smashed a sixth one-day international century of the year to drive Australia to a convincing 116-run victory over New Zealand as the hosts wrapped up the series with a match to spare in Canberra yesterday.New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss under leaden skies in the Australian capital and made the decision to bowl on a Manuka Oval track where batting first has been an all but sure-fire path to victory.Australia duly piled on an imposing 378 for five with the Blacks Caps able to muster up only 262 all out in 47.2 overs in reply.Warner hit 119 off 115 balls with 14 fours and one six, combining with his captain Steve Smith, whose 164 went a long way to winning the series opener in Sydney on Sunday, in a second-wicket partnership of 145.Smith made 72, Travis Head 57 and Mitchell Marsh 76 as Australia plundered 126 from the last 10 overs.“It was a fantastic wicket, it always is down here at Manuka, and we know that if you keep wickets in hand you can take 100-150 runs off the last 15,” Warner said.Warner’s two centuries were among the few highlights for Australia in their 5-0 humiliation in South Africa in October and, six in one year, with the third match of the series in Melbourne to come, is unprecedented for an Australian.Only Indians Sachin Tendulkar (nine in 1998) and Sourav Ganguly (seven in 2000) have hit more centuries in one year.“It’s the format that I perhaps thought wasn’t my greatest but this year’s been fantastic and I’ve got to keep going as well as I can,” Warner added.The opener secured his 10th one-day century with a scrambled single and it took a brilliant catch from Williamson to dismiss him after 2-1/2 hours at the crease, the Black Caps skipper getting down to take a full-powered shot inches above the grass.Williamson top-scored for the visitors with 84 and put on 125 for the third wicket with Jimmy Neesham (74) but the writing was on the wall once they had departed.Australian quick Pat Cummins, playing in his first international series for a year, took 4-41.The Australians, assured of retaining their number one ranking in the 50-over game, reclaimed the Chappell-Hadlee trophy which New Zealand had won on home soil in February.AUSTRALIA inningsD. Warner c Williamson b de Grandhomme 119A. Finch b Santner 19S. Smith c Santner b Southee 72T. Head c Munro b Southee 57M. Marsh not out 76M. Wade b Boult 11G. Bailey not out 0Extras: (lb-11, nb-3, w-10) 24Total: (for 5 wickets, 50 overs) 378Fall of wickets: 1-68, 2-213, 3-248, 4-319, 5-357.Bowling: M. Henry 10-0-91-0 (nb-2, w-2), T. Boult 10-0-80-1 (w-3), M. Santner 10-0-47-1 (w-1), T. Southee 10-0-63-2 (w-2), C. de Grandhomme 9-0-74-1 (nb-1, w-1, J. Neesham 1-0-12-0.NEW ZEALAND inningsM. Guptill c Wade b Cummins 45T. Latham c & b Hazlewood 4K. Williamson c Warner b Cummins 81J. Neesham c Starc b Hazlewood 74C. Munro c M. Marsh b Faulkner 11C. de Grandhomme c Wade b Starc 12M. Santner b Starc 2B. Watling c Warner b Faulkner 17T. Southee c Bailey b Cummins 2M. Henry c Faulkner b Cummins 7T. Boult not out 2Extras: (lb-1, w-4) 5Total: (all out, 47.2 overs) 262Fall of wickets: 1-40, 2-52, 3-177, 4-191, 5-229, 6-232, 7-236, 8-243, 9-254.Bowling: M. Starc 10-0-52-2 (w-2), J. Hazlewood 9-1-42-2 (w-1), P. Cummins 10-0-41-4 (w-1), T. Head 7-0-31-0, J. Faulkner 8.2-0-69-2, M. Marsh 3-0-26-0.
Kareem Hunt reportedly goes unclaimed on waivers, now a free agent Hunt is being investigated by the NFL for three separate violent incidents that occurred in the past year. He was released by Kansas City on Nov. 30 after video emerged of him shoving and kicking a woman in Cleveland at The Metropolitan at the 9 in February. It was later revealed that he allegedly punched a man in the face in June and attacked a man at a nightclub in January.It had been reported that the Chiefs knew about all three altercations but were unaware of the specific details. Related News Cleveland police investigate response to Kareem Hunt incident, NFL access to records Kareem Hunt has acknowledged the severity of his situation.According to NFL Media, which cited sources with knowledge of his situation, the former Chiefs running back entered counseling this week for alcohol and anger management. Hunt became a free agent after going unclaimed by the NFL’s 4 p.m. ET waivers deadline on Monday. He faces more than the baseline six-game suspension for violation of the NFL’s personal conduct policy and is expected to meet with league officials over the next few weeks.