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.”
(CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Red Force were left facing a heavy defeat on today’s final day, after opener Shayne Moseley struck a career-best hundred and new-ball pacers Kemar Roach and Chemar Holder tore through their top order to leave an improbable run chase in strife.Needing a massive effort on the penultimate day here yesterday in order to remain in the contest at Kensington Oval, Red Force found themselves battered by left-hander Moseley who stroked an unbeaten 155 as Pride piled up 342 for five declared in their second innings.All-rounder Kevin Stoute chipped in with an unbeaten 55 and Test wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich, 26, before Pride put Red Force out of their misery with a declaration about 45 minutes after tea.Set 377 for victory, Red Force slumped to 48 for four at the close after Holder (2-13) and Roach (2-25) wiped out their top order in a lethal burst.Left-handed opener Jeremy Solozano played back to one from Holder which kept low and was bowled in the second over for five with just nine runs on the board and captain Yannick Ottley (1) followed in the fifth over, caught at gully of the same bowler at 25 for two.Roach then turned the game on its head in the next over when he knocked over the experienced duo of Jason Mohammed (5) and Denesh Ramdin (0) to leave the Red Force innings in disarray at 30 for four.Mohammed, who never settled, offered no shot to the third ball of the over and had his stumps shattered while Ramdin lasted three balls before clipping a full-length ball to mid-on where Holder pouched a simple catch above his head.It was left to young opener Joshua DaSilva, who finished the day unbeaten on 23, to prop up the innings along with Yannic Cariah who was unbeaten on 12 at the close.Pride had earlier taken a stranglehold on the encounter after resuming on 127 for two, as Moseley carved out his third first-class hundred and Stoute struck his second half-century of the game.On 49 at the start, Moseley made his way safely to 98 at lunch with Pride on 214 for three, before reaching his landmark in the second over after the interval, when he whipped left-arm seamer Daniel St Clair to the backward square boundary for his 10th four.All told, the 25-year-old carved out 17 fours off 314 deliveries in just over 7-¾ hours at the crease.He extended his overnight stand with Justin Greaves to 48 before losing the all-rounder, holing out to deep mid-off off left-arm spinner Akeal Hosein (2-66), after adding just seven to his overnight three.Moseley then anchored two key partnerships to bat Red Force out of the game. First, he posted 56 for the fourth wicket with Dowrich who struck two fours and a six off 47 balls, before falling lbw to off-spinner Bryan Charles.And when Kyle Mayers perished cheaply for six, 19 balls later, Moseley and Stoute combined in an unbroken 114-run, sixth-wicket stand to further increase Red Force’s misery.Stoute faced 99 balls and counted six fours, reaching his half-century after tea as Moseley also passed 150 for the first time in his career.
YGAM focuses on BAME community engagement with CVR link-up August 21, 2020 Gambling.com maintains momentum against COVID-19 impacts August 19, 2020 Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon According to an article published by The British Medical Journal (BMJ), there should be more emphasis placed upon the revamping of current gambling laws in order to prioritise the funding of problem gambling clinics.The report has called for the introduction of a mandatory tax on the industry which would see additional funds being allocated to industry initiatives and the establishment of further treatment clinics. The proposed tax is set to replace the current tax in place on the gambling industry in which operators and suppliers pay a voluntary levy equivalent to 0.1 per cent of their revenues.The article, entitled Gambling and public health: we need policy action to prevent harm, has suggested that social responsibility initiatives are currently underfunded in the UK, and so the creation of a new gambling tax will help facilitate this. Previously, the gambling charity organisation GambleAware has called for the imposition of a mandatory levy at a higher level to be imposed on the industry – a demand which has been supported by both the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and the Labour Party. The Sports Minister Mims Davies, however, has recently claimed that the voluntary system does work.The BMJ article suggests a complete overhaul of the Gambling Act 2005, passed under the Blair’ government, to place more onus on the industry in treating said problems. The industry has, however, placed much more emphasis upon initiatives which are tailored towards the treatment of gambling related harms. Through the work of industry charities, there has been increased collaboration with the NHS and others to help direct people to the best suited intervention, with the charity having already commissioned specialist treatment for gambling addiction and Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust since 2008. Further clinics are set to open later in the year, as well as the availability of problem gambling helplines and advice centres. GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 Share Share
Getty https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/GOAL/f0/bf/parc-olympique-lyonnais-2018_14hzxvawipzwm1d9qryc82jcm0.png?t=530722685&w=500&quality=80 The reigning champions, the U.S. women’s national team, proved to be the strongest side en route to record fourth World Cup, just a year after the U.S. men’s national team were unable to even qualify for the World Cup in Russia.Here is everything you need to know about this summer’s competition.Where is the Women’s World Cup 2019 final? This summer’s edition of the Women’s World Cup featured 24 teams broken into six groups of four teams each. The winner and runner-up of each group automatically progressed to the round of 16.The four third-place teams who accumulated the most points also advanced to the knockout stage.Group stage fixtures began the week of June 7, 2019 .Women’s World Cup 2019 final and third-place match schedule & resultsThe final and third-place match were confirmed on July 3 after the semi-final matches were completed, with the USWNT taking home the crown and Sweden finishing third. DateFixtureTime (BST / ET)VenueJul 7USWNT 2-0 Netherlands4pm / 11amParc Olympique Lyonnais, LyonJul 6England 1-2 Sweden4pm / 11amAllianz Riviera, NiceWomen’s World Cup 2019 semi-finals schedule & resultsThe fixtures for the semi-final stage were confirmed on June 29 after all the quarter-final matches were completed.DateFixtureTime (BST / ET)VenueJul 2England 1-2 USWNT8pm / 3pmParc Olympique Lyonnais, LyonJul 3Netherlands 1-0 Sweden8pm / 3pmParc Olympique Lyonnais, LyonWomen’s World Cup 2019 quarter-finals schedule & resultsThe fixtures for the quarter-final stage were confirmed on June 25 after all the last-16 matches were complete.DateFixtureTime (BST / ET)VenueJun 27Norway 0-3 England8pm / 3pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 28France 1-2 USWNT8pm / 3pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 29Italy 0-2 Netherlands2pm / 9amStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesJun 29Germany 1-2 Sweden5:30pm / 12:30pmRoazhon Park, RennesWomen’s World Cup 2019 last 16 schedule & resultsThe fixtures for the last 16 stage were confirmed on June 20, the final day of the group stage.DateFixtureTime (BST / ET)VenueJun 22Germany 3-0 Nigeria4:30pm / 11:30amStade des Alpes, GrenobleJun 22Norway 1-1 Australia (4-1 pens.)8pm / 3pmAllianz Riviera, NiceJun 23England 3-0 Cameroon4:30pm / 11:30amStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesJun 23France 2-1 Brazil8pm / 3pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 24Spain 1-2 USWNT5pm / 12pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsJun 24Sweden 1-0 Canada8pm / 3pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 25Italy 2-0 China PR5pm / 12pmStade de la Mosson, MontpellierJun 25Netherlands 2-1 Japan8pm / 3pmRoazhon Park, RennesWorld Cup 2019 Group A tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1France (H, Q) 🇫🇷3200+56Advance to knockouts2Norway (Q) 🇳🇴3201+33Advance to knockouts3Nigeria 🇳🇬 (Q)3101-13Possible knockouts4South Korea 🇰🇷 (E)3003-70 Richard Heathcote https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/GOAL/4c/f8/megan-rapinoe-usa-uswnt-womens-world-cup-2019_wx230w9otc6i1npco3in4qcqg.jpg?t=-847509893&w=500&quality=80 FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 11Chile 0-2 Sweden5pmRoazhon Park, RennesJun 11USWNT 13-0 Thailand8pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsJun 16Sweden 5-1 Thailand2pmAllianz Riviera, NiceJun 16USWNT 3-0 Chile5pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 20Sweden 0-2 USWNT8pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 20Thailand 0-2 Chile8pmRoazhon Park, RennesWomen’s World Cup 2019 host citiesIn 2019, the Women’s World Cup will be held in 10 different venues across nine different cities in France, who won the right to host the tournament in March 2015. As hosts, France’s national team have automatically qualified for the competition.Of the 10 venues, seven will stage at least three group stage games. The breakdown of venues and games can be seen in the table below.GamesCityStadiumGroup stage & Round of 16ParisParc des PrincesGroup stage & Round of 16ReimsStade Auguste-DelauneGroup stage & Round of 16GrenobleStade des AlpesGroup stage & Round of 16RennesRoazhon ParkGroup stage & Round of 16RennesRoazhon ParkGroup stage & Round of 16ValenciennesStade du HainautGroup stage & Round of 16MontpellierStade de la MossonGroup stage & Round of 16 & third placeNiceAllianz RivieraGroup stage & Round of 16 & Quarter-finalLe HavreStade OceaneSemi-finals & FinalLyonParc Olympique LyonnaisWomen’s World Cup 2019 ticketsPackages for the general public were on sale from October 19 2018 to March 7 2019, allowing fans to attend multiple matches in a single city.Individual tickets for World Cup matches have been on sale from March 7, 2019 and remained available until the end of the competition, or until supplies were sold out.Tickets were available for purchase directly from the official Women’s World Cup 2019 website with fans being able to choose between games sorted by team, city, or price range.Single match tickets for group stage games were separated by four categories. Opening match games are priced at €13 for Category 4, €24 for Category 3, €35 for Category 2 and €49 for Category 1.For knockout matches, individual tickets were priced at €13 for Category 4, €24 for Category 3, €35 for Category 2 and €49 for Category 1. Quarter-final tickets are availble for €57 for Category 1, €40 for Category 2, €30 for Category 3 and €15 for Category 4.Full information on ticket sales for the Women’s World Cup was available on FIFA.com . Just a year after the 2018 edition of the men’s World Cup final in Russia, the Women’s World Cup 2019 has wrapped up in full, having started on June 7, 2019 and ended on July 7, 2019 with the United States claiming their second straight title and fourth overall.Taking place in France – the first time the country has hosted the tournament and the third time Europe has done so – this summer’s competition saw 24 countries compete for the highest football honour. The final of the 2019 Women’s World Cup was held at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais , also know as Groupama Stadium, in Lyon on July 7, 2019. The stadium is France’s largest-capacity venue and will be able to hold 59,186 fans.The venue is the home of Ligue 1 side Lyon and also hosted the 2018 Europa League final, which was won by Atletico Madrid.The stadium was freshly built in 2013 to replace Lyon’s former home of Stade de Gerland and also hosted the 2017 Coupe de la Ligue Final – which marked the first time that the event took place outside of Paris.Lyon’s home ground was one of nine venues hosting the World Cup matches and also hosted semi-final fixtures in addition to the final.It will also be one of the venues for the 2024 Summer Olympics.Women’s World Cup 2019 format FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 7France 4-0 South Korea8pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 8Norway 3-0 Nigeria2pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsJun 12Nigeria 2-0 South Korea2pmStade des Alpes, GrenobleJun 12France 2-1 Norway8pmAllianz Riviera, NiceJun 17Nigeria 0-1 France8pmRoazhon Park, RennesJun 17South Korea 1-2 Norway8pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsWorld Cup 2019 Group B tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1Germany 🇩🇪 (Q)3300+69Advance to knockouts2Spain 🇪🇸 (Q)3111+14Advance to knockouts3China PR 🇨🇳 (Q)311104Possible knockouts4South Africa 🇿🇦 (E)3003-70 FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 9Australia 1-2 Italy12pmStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesJun 9Brazil 3-0 Jamaica2:30pmStade des Alpes, GrenobleJun 13Australia 3-2 Brazil5pmStade de la Mosson, MontpellierJun 14Jamaica 0-5 Italy8pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsJun 18Jamaica 1-4 Australia8pmStade des Alpes, GrenobleJun 18Italy 0-1 Brazil8pmStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesWorld Cup 2019 Group D tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1England 🏴 (Q)3300+49Advance to knockouts2Japan 🇯🇵 (Q)3111+14Advance to knockouts3Argentina 🇦🇷 (E)3021-12Possible knockouts4Scotland 🏴(E)3012-21 Getty Images https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/GOAL/74/80/uswnt-celebrate-2019_1v96v2fuqimv51wvo9g25saa83.jpg?t=1221607915&w=500&quality=80 FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 10Canada 1-0 Cameroon8pmStade de la Mosson, MontpellierJun 11New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands2pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 15Netherlands 3-1 Cameroon5pmStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesJun 15Canada 2-0 New Zealand8pmStade des Alpes, GrenobleJun 20Netherlands 2-1 Canada5pmStade Auguste-Delaune, ReimsJun 20Cameroon 2-1 New Zealand5pmStade de la Mosson, MontpellierWorld Cup 2019 Group F tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1United States 🇺🇸 (Q)2200+166Advance to knockouts2Sweden 🇸🇪 (Q)2200+66Advance to knockouts3Chile 🇨🇱 (E)2002-50Possible knockouts4Thailand 🇹🇭(E)2002-170 FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 9England 2-1 Scotland5pmAllianz Riviera, NiceJun 10Argentina 0-0 Japan5pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 14Japan 2-1 Scotland2pmRoazhon Park, RennesJun 14England 1-0 Argentina8pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 19Japan 0-2 England8pmAllianz Riviera, NiceJun 19Scotland 3-3 Argentina8pmStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesWorld Cup 2019 Group E tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1Netherlands 🇳🇱 (Q)3300+49Advance to knockouts2Canada 🇨🇦 (Q)3201+26Advance to knockouts3Cameroon 🇨🇲 (Q)3102-23Possible knockouts4New Zealand 🇳🇿 (E)3003-40 With the competition now complete, the U.S. women’s national team are once again champions of the world, having fought off all comers to claim a second straight crown and a fourth overall. Along the way the USA ousted European powers Spain, France, England and Netherlands, with third-place finisher Sweden having also been beaten by the USA in the group stage, meaning the USWNT will likely remain favourites on the world stage for the next four years. FixturesDateGameTime (UK)VenueJun 8Germany 1-0 China PR2pmRoazhon Park, RennesJun 8Spain 3-1 South Africa5pmStade Oceane, Le HavreJun 12Germany 1-0 Spain5pmStade du Hainaut, ValenciennesJun 13South Africa 0-1 China PR8pmParc des Princes, ParisJun 17South Africa 0-4 Germany5pmStade de la Mosson, MontpellierJun 17China PR 0-0 Spain5pmStade Oceane, Le HavreWorld Cup 2019 Group C tables, schedule & resultsPosTeamGPWDLGDPtsQualification1Italy 🇮🇹(Q)3201+56Advance to knockouts2Australia 🇦🇺(Q)3201+36Advance to knockouts3Brazil 🇧🇷(Q)3201+36Possible knockouts4Jamaica 🇯🇲 (E)3003-110 Who are the favourites to win the Women’s World Cup 2019?