18 Bowen St, Woodend. Photo: realestate.com.auFor the first time in 105 years, this flood-free Ipswich home has hit the market.The property at 18 Bowen St, Woodend is for sale with a price tag of $549,000.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has been raised and renovated.Upstairs you will find three large bedrooms with original French doors.The new kitchen has granite benchtops and a large walk-in pantry.Downstairs there’s a fourth bedroom with a large walk-in robe and massive storage cupboard.There’s also a huge media/lounge room.To organise an inspection phone Scott Reeves from Ray White Ipswich, or June Frank from Walkers Real Estate Ipswich.
Galloway Remains Tied for First at Regionals May 8, 2007MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. – Even though top-ranked West Florida dropped from fourth to sixth place in the team standings, one golfer continues to shine at the NCAA Division II South Super Regional. Matthew Galloway (Valrico, Fla.) is tied for first heading into tomorrow’s final round at the Robert Trent Jones at the Shoals Course.Galloway and North Alabama’s Wes Smith are tied at one-under 143. The golfer with the lowest score who is not on one of the two qualifying teams for nationals will advance to the national championships as an individual. Last season Will Grace won individual medalist honors at regionals and represented West Florida at the national championships.After shooting a 297 to stand in fourth place after the first round, West Florida shot a 13-over 301 second round. The Argonauts are in sixth place after a 22-over 598 after the first two rounds. West Florida is 18 strokes behind front runner North Alabama and 13 strokes behind second place Barry.Galloway shot a second round 72 to finish the day at even par. For the second consecutive round, David Lingmerth (Tranas, Sweden) shot a 75. He stands tied for 21st with a six-over 150 (75-75). Lingmerth is tied with teammate Leonardo Di Marino (Laferrere, Argentina). After shooting a first round 73, Di Marino fired a second round 77.Matthew Berzovich (Longwood, Fla.) is tied for 40th place with a 13-over 157 (78-79). Despite shaving six strokes off of his first round score, Federico Damus (Posadas, Argentina) is currently tied for 44th with a 16-over 160 (83-77).Follow third and final round action with “live stats” on the men’s golf page of www.goargos.comPrint Friendly Version Share
Ghanaian comedian Richard Asante, popularly known as Kalybos, took his turn on your favorite weekend sports preview show spiced with a dose of entertainment.The man who has won everybody’s attention in the past few months had some good stories about his sporting life.He is your everyday fun person but there was seriousness for once when he narrated passionately why he had to join the girls for ampe during his primary and JHS education on the E-Chat Segment. There is more to it. Click the link to find out.On the business side of things, the chronicles of the El Clasico dominated the discussion with a special pundit put together for the super preview.All questions that need to be answered before the game at the Camp Nou were done with George Addo Jnr and his pundits..Click the link below to enjoy this week’s edition of Touchline hosted by Presenter George Addo Jnr. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports