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10 Sassafras St, The Gap.Artist Robert Henderson has been busy putting the final touches to an indigenous mural at one of Brisbane’s train stations ahead of tonight’s Bledisloe Cup.But while working on his latest project he has also managed to list his five-bedroom home at 10 Sassafras St, The Gap for sale.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoMr Henderson and his wife, who own The Henderson Gallery, are ready to move on from their post-war home, on a 574sq m block.Place — Paddington selling agent Michael Ford said the couple had renovated the property and added an office/granny flat with private access.“A lot of work has gone into this home,” Mr Ford said.He said Mr Henderson had previously used the garage as a studio to create some masterpieces.With an open plan layout and an in-ground swimming pool, Mr Ford described the home as a “piece of paradise”. The property goes to auction on November 18 at 10am
That came in doubles, where the Northstars’ Ethan Dupell and William Janusz were down a set and in a second-set tie-breaker, but came back to pull out a 4-6, 7-6, 6-2 win over Loh and Joshua So.But F-M still had a singles sweep, initiated when Fernando beat James Corl 6-3, 6-1, just as Max Farber-McEntee beat Ryan Hill 6-1, 6-1 and Lukasik endured a tough first set, but went on to beat Wyatt Dupell 6-4, 6-0.There were a pair of 6-0, 6-0 shutouts in doubles, Dhawan and Ma doing so against Jonathan Corl and Brandon Millias as Duggal and Woolridge did the same to Josh Matyasik and Holden Sarosy. Sun and Ben Farber-McEntee beat Ryan Gallagher and Edwin Hirsh 6-3, 6-1.After the defeat to West Genesee, F-M did win a 7-0 rematch with C-NS, highlighted by Fernando’s tough 7-5, 6-4 singles win over Hirsh as Woolridge and Lukasik also won in two sets. The closest doubles match had Sun and Ben Farber-McEntee prevailing 6-3, 6-2 over Josh Matyasik and Holden Sarosy.A big OHSL Liberty division showdown pitted Christian Brothers Academy against Westhill, with single-set matches to 10 games all claimed in singles by the Brothers as it edged the Warriors 3-2.Ben Vlassis blanked Jackson Bradley 10-0, just as Dean Vlassis won, 10-1, over Mike Ferrara. Having lost both doubles matches, CBA needed Shivam Nanavati to prevail – and he did, topping Ryan Rolince 10-5.Jamesville-DeWitt beat Central Square 5-2 last Wednesday, mostly by dominating singles as Peter Hatton got it going with a 6-0, 6-0 shutout of the Redhawks’ Lukas Capstraw.Mark Bratslavsky handled Austin Grosso 6-1, 6-0, with William Guisbond beating Michael Haywood 6-3, 6-0. In doubles, Essex Glowaki and Dhruv Nanavati beat Logan Foster and Ethan Westfall 6-1, 6-0 as Mike Bratslavsky and Aniket Maini handled Kevin Kershner and Jared Smith 6-2, 6-1.As a follow-up, J-D shut out Auburn 7-0 on Thursday, with Hatton, Aiden Usher and Mike Bratslavsky dropping just three games in six sets of singles play. The doubles matches were lopsided, too, except for Ben Oppedisano and Simon Zhou needing three sets to get past Kevin and Ryan Stechuchak 6-3, 6-7, 10-5.Bishop Grimes lost, 3-2, to LaFayette last Wednesday, even though it got points from Jeff Wang in singles as he beat Kaleigh Danaher 6-1, 7-5, just as Andrew Coleman and Sean Moran topped Leanna Crouse and Adam McIntyre 6-3, 6-4. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story The constant rain outside forced the Fayetteville-Manlius boys tennis team to head indoors in order to complete some of its SCAC Metro division matches.But when it returned outdoors last Wednesday, the Hornets suffered a rare defeat, unable to close out West Genesee as it lost a 4-3 decision to the Wildcats.Cameron Lukasik won in singles, handling Ty Lisi 6-4, 6-3, but WG earned the other singles points when James Plunkett defeated David Fernando 7-6, 6-0 and Matt Mannara topping Davin Woolridge 6-1, 6-1. When Dan Good and Ben Paoli paired up in doubles to for their own 6-1, 6-1 win over Evan Bybee and Derek Hodge, WG was one point away. F-M countered with Rohan Dhawan and Riley Ma handling Stefan Atanasov and Noah Ruston 6-0, 6-0 as Jaden Duggal and Charlie Loh worked past David Puma and Michael White 7-5, 6-4.Then Ben Farber-McEntee and Andy Sun won the first set 6-2 over Ryan Joyce and Max Mekker, but saw the Wildcats pair win the next two sets by those same 6-2 margins for the clinching point.Before this, F-M surrendered its first point of the season last Monday against Cicero-North Syracuse on the way to beating the Northstars 6-1. Tags: Boys tennisCBAF-MJ-DMPH
1. Will Ospreay vs. Kazuchika Okada (Night 7)[Replay ‘G1 CLIMAX 29 Night 6’ on July 19th, 2019]9TH MATCH:G1 CLIMAX 29 – A BLOCK TOURNAMENT MATCH @rainmakerXokada vs. @WillOspreay!!Watch on New Japan World▶︎https://t.co/Tj7UBINesh #njpw #njpwworld #G1Climax #g129 pic.twitter.com/fYq25e2EBP— njpwworld (@njpwworld) July 21, 2019This isn’t just the match of the tournament so far but may end up being the best match of the year. Both Ospreay and Okada are on the top of their game as they told a wonderful story going back and forth, countering each other at every turn. Ospreay pulled out everything in his arsenal as he tried to make history and become the first IWGP junior heavyweight champion to defeat the heavyweight champion. The Korakuen Hall crowd was all-in, especially down the stretch as they traded near falls. Ospreay looked to secure the win with the Stormbreaker but Okada escaped and connected with two thunderous Rainmaker clotheslines to earn the win. We’re quickly approaching the halfway point of the annual G1 Climax 29 presented by New Japan Pro Wrestling. The annual tournament is a showcase for some of the best matches of the year and this one has lived up to the hype with some incredible action.As usual, the action has lived up to the hype so far with the first seven nights delivering some incredible wrestling matches. Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearSome background on the G1 Climax: the tournament features 20 heavyweights which are split into two blocks of 10 competitors. Two points are given for a victory, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss. At the end of the round-robin portion of the tournament, the top point scorers in each block with square off in the finals.The winner of that match will earn the right to challenge for the IWGP heavyweight championship on Jan. 4, 2020 at Wrestle Kingdom 14 inside the Tokyo Dome. If current champion Kazuchika Okada wins the tournament, he will choose his Wrestle Kingdom opponent.While there is still plenty of the tournament yet to come, it has already featured some awesome matches. Here’s a look at the top five matches of the G1 Climax 29. 5. KENTA vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi (Night 3)G1 CLIMAX 29(7/14)を公開！メインはAブロック公式戦、@tanahashi1_100 VS @KENTAG2S！両者譲らぬ一進一退の攻防！両者の盟友、柴田の前で勝利を掴みとるのはどちらだ!?登録＆視聴▷https://t.co/MUlAzAkQc1#njpw #njpwworld #G1Climax #G129 pic.twitter.com/NBU2Sq5RTQ— njpwworld (@njpwworld) July 14, 2019One of the biggest stories of the tournament is proving that this is KENTA, the Japanese superstar and not the Hideo Itami that struggled in NXT the past few years.Both of them looked like they approached this match with something to prove. There was KENTA connecting again and again with his signature kicks as if he was trying too smash a hole in the “Ace” with Tanahashi selling the damage but keep coming back.When Tanahashi put together some offense including a High Fly Flow, it looked like it was game over but instead, KENTA blocked a second HFF and finished off the Japanese legend with a penalty kick and the Go 2 Sleep. 4. EVIL vs. Kota Ibushi (Night 3)G1 CLIMAX 29 大田区大会！第8試合Aブロック公式戦、@ibushi_kota VS @151012EVIL！両者ともにフルスロットル！どちらも譲らぬ激しい攻防！果たして最後までリングに立っているのはどちらだ!?登録＆視聴▷https://t.co/XKHy3UQncl#njpw #njpwworld #G1Climax #G129 pic.twitter.com/czJ3iTRnWN— njpwworld (@njpwworld) July 14, 2019Sometimes wrestling just needs to make sense. And it made sense that EVIL would focus on Ibushi’s bad ankle that he hurt on the opening night of the tournament. The match was all about EVIL looking to take advantage of the injury, looking to destroy that ankle while Ibushi had to find a way to win without his usual mobility.When Ibushi connected with a flurry of slaps and punches, EVIL countered with a vicious kick to the bad ankle that put Ibushi on the mat and crushing his hopes in the process.Ibushi put together one last effort down the stretch including several Bome Ye knee strikes but EVIL was too strong as he connected with Everything is EVIL to score the win. A simple yet very effective story. 3. Will Ospreay vs. Kota Ibushi (Night 5)[Replay ‘G1 CLIMAX 29 Night 5’ on July 18th, 2019]9TH MATCH:G1 CLIMAX 29 – A BLOCK TOURNAMENT MATCH @ibushi_kota vs. @WillOspreay!!Watch on New Japan World▶︎https://t.co/Tj7UBINesh #njpw #njpwworld #G1Climax #g129 pic.twitter.com/qNcVsSYvsg— njpwworld (@njpwworld) July 19, 2019The talk heading into this match was how far these daredevils would venture into the danger zone in what they would do. Neither are afraid of taking risks — huge, scary risks — at the expense of putting on a memorable performance.Instead, they focused on telling a story with each going into the match banged up with Ospreay dealing with a bad neck and Ibushi still suffering from an ankle injury. There were still some risky spots but because there were fewer, it made them feel more important with each that connected.Both of them came out unscathed while putting on an innovative display of athleticism and violence in what turned out to be their latest gem.2. Jon Moxley vs. Tomohiro Ishii (Night 6)Tomohiro Ishii ‘DIVE!!!’Sign up Now & Stay tuned to https://t.co/Tj7UBJ4PjP#njpw #G1Climax #g129 #njpwworld pic.twitter.com/sKfBkCsYbG— njpwworld (@njpwworld) July 19, 2019These two took the fight to one another the second the bell rung and it was all action from there. As expected between these two, this turned into a brawl that went into the crowd. While they were outside the ring for a long time but Kevin Kelly correctly said on the broadcast the crowd would have “tarred and feathered” the referee if he had counted them out.As wild as this got, maybe the craziest thing of the tournament so far was seeing Ishii — a grounded, no-nonsense, true-blooded fighter — jumping off the top rope and connecting with a splash that sent Moxley through a table outside the ring.Neither came out as the loser in this hard-hitting battle even though Moxley scored the two points in the win. The former Dean Ambrose has dialed it up since leaving WWE and this is the wild and dangerous Jon Moxley who is firmly putting his stamp on this tournament.
Uganda’s Peruth Chemutai (left) competes in the Women’s 3000m Steeplechase Round 1 during the athletics event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 13, 2016. AFP PHOTORESULTHeat 1 Chemutai 7th. Overall 17th out of 52.(15 into final)TonightBoxing 11.45pmMen’s flyweight Round of 32Ronald Serugo vs Narek Abgaryan (Armenia)Athletics 10000m men final (3.00am Sunday Uganda time)Timothy Toroitich, Moses Kurong and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiPeruth Chemutai had an outstanding 3000m steeplechase race that placed her 17th out of 52 runners, but her only reward was a personal best time as she will watch the Rio Olympics final on Monday in the stands.Running in Heat 1, 17-year-old Chemutai finished 7th in a personal best time of 9:31.03 (old time 9:31.34) but it was not good enough to make the final, even though five from her heat advanced to Monday’s final. Only the top 3 per head, and the 6 best times after that, were considered.Next in action for Uganda at the Olympics is bxer flyweight boxer Ronald Serugo who has a tough fight against Narek Abgaryan of Armenia at 11.45, before the 10000m track race 3 hours later.The partnership of Timothy Toroitich, Moses Kurong and former junior world champion Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei will one to look out for.Today’s athletics result3000m SteeplechaseHeat 11. Ruth Jebet (Bahrain) 9:12.62 Q2. Sofia Assefa (Ethiopia) 9:18.75 Q3. Gesa Felicitas Krause (Germany) 9:19.70 Q4. Colleen Quigley (U.S.) 9:21.825. Lydia Chebet Rotich (Kenya) 9:30.216. Mariya Shatalova (Ukraine) 9:30.897. Peruth Chemutai (Uganda) 9:31.038. Charlotta Fougberg (Sweden) 9:31.169. OEzlem Kaya (Turkey) 9:32.0310. Sviatlana Kudzelich (Belarus) 9:32.9311. Fadwa Sidi Madane (Morocco) 9:32.9412. Diana Martin (Spain) 9:44.0713. Ingeborg Lovnes (Norway) 9:44.8514. Kerry O’Flaherty (Ireland) 9:45.3515. Juliana Paula dos Santos (Brazil) 9:45.9516. Erin Teschuk (Canada) 9:53.7017. Anju Takamizawa (Japan) 9:58.59Heat 21. Beatrice Chepkoech (Kenya) 9:17.55 Q2. Emma Coburn (U.S.) 9:18.12 Q3. Habiba Ghribi (Tunisia) 9:18.71 Q4. Lalita Babar (India) 9:19.765. Madeline Hills (Australia) 9:24.166. Fabienne Schlumpf (Switzerland) 9:30.547. Hiwot Ayalew (Ethiopia) 9:35.098. Matylda Kowal (Poland) 9:35.139. Sanaa Koubaa (Germany) 9:35.1510. Victoria Mitchell (Australia) 9:39.4011. Michelle Finn (Ireland) 9:49.4512. Tigest Getent (Bahrain) 9:49.9213. Maria Bernard (Canada) 9:50.1714. Meryem Akdag (Turkey) 9:50.2815. Sandra Eriksson (Finland) 9:56.7716. Luiza Gega (Albania) 9:58.4917. Anastasiya Puzakova (Belarus) 10:14.0818. Amina Bettiche (Algeria) 10:26.91Heat 31. Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi (Kenya) 9 minutes 24.61 seconds Q2. Genevieve LaCaze (Australia) 9:26.25 Q3. Courtney Frerichs (U.S.) 9:27.02 Q4. Genevieve Lalonde (Canada) 9:30.245. Zhang Xinyan (China) 9:31.476. Anna Emilie Moller (Denmark) 9:32.687. Etenesh Diro (Ethiopia) 9:34.708. Aisha Praught (Jamaica) 9:35.799. Sudha Singh (India) 9:43.2910. Salima El Ouali Alami (Morocco) 9:44.8311. Eliane Saholinirina (Madagascar) 9:45.9212. Sara Treacy (Ireland) 9:46.2413. Ancuta Bobocel (Romania) 9:46.2814. Tugba Guevenc (Turkey) 9:49.9315. Maya Rehberg (Germany) 9:51.7316. Belen Adaluz Casetta (Argentina) 9:51.8517. Lennie Waite (Britain) 10:14.18Into the final AthleteTime Japan Bahrain 9:30.21 Lennie Waite 51 9:17.55 Belarus 9:24.16 9:18.75 Germany Canada Turkey Luiza Gega Ethiopia Tuğba Güvenç 9:49.92 Ethiopia 9:53.70 Lalita Babar Share on: WhatsApp 9:19.76 9:24.61 Canada Hyvin Jepkemoi 9:18.71 Geneviève Lalonde Diana Martín Norway 50 9:44.07 Sweden Australia Lydia Chebet Rotich Victoria Mitchell 9:31.16 9:30.54 Habiba Ghribi 10:14.18 Madagascar Australia India Juliana Paula dos Santos Australia 9:32.68 United States Sara Louise Treacy Anastasiya Puzakova Ukraine 9:21.82 Tunisia Belarus 9:51.85 Ethiopia 9:30.24 34 Ancuța Bobocel 9:39.40 Belén Casetta 9:58.49 Anju Takamizawa Ireland Meryem Akda 16 40 17 Courtney Frerichs 42 Matylda Kowal Gesa Felicitas Krause 23 9:49.45 Anna-Emilie Møller United States Germany 10:26.91 9:51.73 Beatrice Chepkoech Kenya 9:18.12 9:50.28 30 Hiwot Ayalew 9:32.93 India 9:27.02 United States Sanaa Koubaa 52 9:49.93 9:31.47 46 9:32.03 Uganda Jamaica 41 29 9:35.13 Fabienne Schlumpf 9:32.94 9:46.28 Sudha Singh 9:35.09 9:26.25 31 9:46.24 Spain Genevieve LaCaze Salima El Ouali Alami Peruth Chemutai 9:34.70 Michelle Finn 21 Ruth Jebet Denmark 36 Sandra Eriksson Kerry O’Flaherty Poland 44 35 Eliane Saholinirina Madeline Hills Germany China 9:45.95 Brazil Turkey Ireland Sviatlana Kudzelich Ingeborg Løvnes 38 Kenya Finland 9:58.59 Turkey Zhang Xinyan Aisha Praught 9:35.79 22 Tigest Getent Bahrain 48 Great Britain Sunday August 14Women’s marathon final 3.30pmNyakisi AderoMonday August 15 Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1 – 4.25pmBenjamin Kiplagat and Jacob AraptanyTuesday August 16 Women’s 5000m round 1 – 3.30pmJuliet Chekwel and Stella ChesangMen’s 1500m round 1 – 4-30pmRonald MusagalaWed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase finalThursday August 18 Men’s 1500m semifinalWomen 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m final 3.30pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiSunday August 21 Men’s Marathon final 3.30pmSolomon Mutai, Jackson Kiprop and Stephen Kiprotich 25 20 9:43.29 Maria Bernard Charlotta Fougberg 26 Maya Rehberg 27 Argentina 33 9:12.62 Sofia Assefa 18 Erin Teschuk 45 49 39 Switzerland 19 9:50.17 Özlem Kaya Algeria 47 Amina Bettiche Ireland 9:56.77 Colleen Quigley 32 Albania Canada Morocco Morocco Fadwa Sidi Madane 43 10:14.08 Mariya Shatalova 9:45.92 9:30.89 Romania Rest of team Uganda’s Schedule Emma Coburn Kenya Etenesh Diro 9:35.15 9:19.70 9:45.35 9:31.03 9:44.83 9:44.85
The Regal Princess was cleared by the CDC and docked last night at Port Everglades after two crew members tested negative.Officials say the cruise ship was initially scheduled to dock Sunday morning but was delayed due to two crew members that may have been exposed to COVID-19.The crew members, who have since tested negative, were previously onboard the Grand Princess, which has around 20 infected crew members.That ship will dock in Oakland, California today. Broward County health officials have been advised by the Florida Department of Health that the previously announced third presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Broward County is related to Port Everglades, making two of the three presumptive positive cases in Broward County related to the Port and cruise ships.The third Broward County presumptive case of coronavirus is related to Port Everglades, according to Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine.— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) March 9, 2020