The kitchen is spacious.Ms Dwyer said her kids grew up and went to school in the area, saying the suburb had a “lovely family atmosphere”.The single-level home is on a 650sq m fully fenced block, with hedges surrounding the property. There is an Ozone mineral spa.At the back of the home is an open plan kitchen, living and dining area which opens out to a deck, Ozone mineral spa and the backyard. One of the home’s bathrooms.Ms Dwyer said the size of the home made entertaining a large number of people both comfortable and practical, with her having special memories of having the family over for Christmas several years ago. Entertain outside on the deck.“Before my dad went into a nursing home two years ago, we had the whole family here for Christmas,” Ms Dwyer said.“There were 60 adults and we had the backyard cricket match while my father sat and watched with my mother.“Because of the size of the house it was easy to entertain.” There are polished wooden floorboards throughout.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020There are five bedrooms, all at the front of the house and four with built in wardrobes.The master bedroom is Ms Dwyer’s favourite area of the home, with an ensuite and shared access to a sunroom.“From my bedroom you can look out across the deck and spa out to the backyard,” she said.“I love it.” The home at 12 Murton Ave, Holland Park, will go under the hammer this Sunday.TRICIA Dwyer will be saying goodbye to Holland Park after living in the suburb for 35 years.The home at 12 Murton Ave is the third she has lived at in the suburb, moving there in 2009, but she has decided it is time to downsize.“My grandmother moved to Holland Park in the ’50s and we used to visit all the time,” Ms Dwyer said.“It’s close to shops, public transport and has lovely parks which is why I moved here.” The floorplan of 12 Murton Ave, Holland Park.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 3:17Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -3:17 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p480p480p256p256p228p228pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenMichelle Hele’s May market wrap03:17
Here at Esports Insider we love nothing more than keeping busy and getting out and about industry events across the world.The next three weeks are extremely busy for events, and Esports Insider will have presence at as many as we possibly can. If you would like to talk about the ESI Super Forum or just esports as a whole we’re raging coffee addicts who don’t tend to bite.Here’s the ESI agenda for the month coming:Gamesforum – 23rd – 24th January – London – OllieOllie will be attending the inaugural Gamesforum in central London where he will be speaking and contributing on the second day. The track for the day is hosted by the ever-boisterous Mike Stubbs and brings together some familiar names from in the industry.The panel Ollie is taking part on is focused around the “Growth of the esports economy”. The panel will be moderated by Mike Stubbs, (average) Esports Journalist and will feature Ollie, Joanne Watson – Chief Brand Officer, Maestro and Alim Jaffer, VP Product at Heroic Labs. If you would like to speak to Ollie and arrange a meeting, he will be in attendance from 12.00 on the 23rd and all day on the 24th. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org-Taca CTT – 23rd-24th January – Braga – SamWhilst Ollie’s freezing in London and spouting nonsense about the esports industry, Sam’s off to rosier shores. Heading out to Braga for Qwatti’s event “e-Taca CTT” – the event sees a mixture of stakeholders from the Portugese sports system meet with those involved in and around esports.It’s not all feet-up on the beach pleasure, as Sam is tasked with moderating a roundtable during the two days. He will be joined by Pedro Correia – Executive Director of Liga Portugal (the Portuguese Professional Football League); Sergio Benet – General Manager of Valencia CF eSports; Miguel Pacheco – International Business Development Executive at Celtic Football Club.Should one be heading to Braga and would like a meeting – do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.ICE – 6th – 7th February – London – Ollie & SamAs thousands descend onto London for everybody’s “favourite” gambling event, we’ve got our Fit-Bits ready as we’re set to march up and down the exceL for meeting after meeting. We’ve already got a fair few meetings lined up for the two days we’re there so if you’re interested in meeting for a natter then drop by our stand or drop us an email. If we’re not at a meeting, we’ll be perched alongside SBC Global’s stand at SD2-C&D. Come and say hello. Esports BAR – 11th-14th February – Cannes – Ollie & SamAnother chance to catch the “Ant & Dec” of esports is on Valentine’s Day down in Cannes for the Esports BAR. There’ll be no better setting as the ESI team is set to run two sessions through the conference – one focused around football clubs activity in esports and the other around gambling. It’s the perfect teaser for the ESI Super Forum which will take place in March, so make sure to get in touch and organise a meeting to discuss. Rocktech – 15th February – Paris – SamThere’s no rest for the wicked. Instead of shooting straight home after Cannes, Sam will be heading up to Paris for a brief stop at Rocktech. The February session is dedicated to esports and gaming startups, and the organisation bids to turn entrepreneurs into rockstars.Sam has the entrepreneur down to a tee, so if you’re up for forming a rock band – don’t be shy and get in touch.To organise a meeting for any of the above events, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com – we would love to meet you.
MIAMI >> Giancarlo Stanton stands 6 feet, 6 inches tall. The Miami Marlins’ right fielder is bigger than most baseball players, with the wingspan of a pteranodon. When he reaches, the world bends slightly in his direction.Stanton reached for a Cody Bellinger fly ball in the seventh inning Saturday, but not even he could prevent a small slice of history from falling to Earth. The ball cleared Stanton’s glove by a few inches and rolled to the wall. Bellinger glided into third base with a triple — becoming the first rookie in the history of the Dodgers’ century-old franchise to hit for the cycle.Bellinger also singled in the first inning, hit a two-run homer in the third inning and doubled in the fourth inning of the Dodgers’ 7-1 win at Marlins Park. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error He became the ninth Dodger to hit for the cycle, and only the third since the team moved to L.A. in 1958 — and, at 22 years and two days, the seventh-youngest to cycle for any team.In less than three months, Bellinger has gone from a non-40-man roster player to the National League leader in home runs.“This past week,” he said, “is probably the top of everything.”Bellinger has been in Miami since Monday, when he reached the semifinals of the Home Run Derby. On Tuesday he played in the All-Star Game. Thursday, he celebrated his birthday. Saturday he upstaged Alex Wood’s six shutout innings and Yasmani Grandal’s three-run home run, the other linchpins of the Dodgers’ latest victory.The Dodgers have won 28 of their past 32 games. The last time they did that, according to ESPN Stats and Info, was 1899. Will they ever lose a game again? “I would say at some point in time,” Manager Dave Roberts said. “I just don’t see anyone compete as much as we do. It’s not taking away anything from anyone else, but I think that our club for 27 outs competes harder than anyone. When you have the talent we have and the compete that we have, every single night, we’re going to win a lot of games.”This game carried little suspense. Marlins starter Jose Urena (7-4) unraveled in the third inning of a 0-0 game by allowing five runs. Three came on the home run by Grandal, his 12th of the season and his 10th as a left-handed hitter. Two came on the home run by Bellinger, his 26th of the season. He and Cincinnati Reds slugger Joey Votto are tied for the NL lead.The Dodgers scored twice more. Bellinger’s 16th double of the season drove in Justin Turner to provide a 6-0 lead. After his historic triple — his second this season — Bellinger tagged up and scored on a Logan Forsythe sacrifice fly.Miami rallied for three hits against reliever Pedro Baez with two outs in the seventh inning to score its only run.Wood (11-0) walked one batter and struck out four. He is the first Dodgers pitcher to begin a season with 11 consecutive wins since at least 1913, and hasn’t lost a game since May 30, 2016.“It’s been kind of a crazy ride,” Wood said. “I’m trying to keep it all in perspective.”The Marlins could scarcely get the ball in the air against Wood’s superlative sinker. Only one of his 18 outs came on a fly ball to the outfield. Four came via strikeouts. The rest, a steady stream of grounders.“Any time your team wins a game, a lot goes into it,’’ said Wood. “I feel like every time I go out and pitch, we score five, six, seven runs. It definitely takes the pressure off early. … We’re just clicking on all cylinders.”The night belonged to Bellinger, whose four hits also set a career high. He is the fifth player to hit for a cycle this season, and the first Dodger since Orlando Hudson on Opening Day of the 2009 season.Wes Parker (in 1970) is the only other Dodger to achieve the feat since the franchise moved to Los Angeles.Bellinger said his parents have already amassed a small fortune of souvenir baseballs in a short amount of time: his first two home runs, his first double, his first RBI.“First something else,” he said. “A lot of firsts.”If Clay and Jennifer Bellinger have any room left in their Chandler, Ariz., home, Saturday’s game ball will join the collection of historic trinkets. For his part, Cody Bellinger has no apparent interest in indexing the tangible reminders of his greatness. Next to Saturday’s game ball, sitting on the chair by his locker, Bellinger noticed he’d gained a folded-up piece of paper.“Whatever this is — tickets? I haven’t really looked yet,” Bellinger said.His disinterest in each milestone is genuine, Roberts said.“Where we slated him at the start of the season, and the impact that he’s made, I don’t think that was expected, obviously,” Roberts said. “But the great thing about Cody is, he doesn’t get too far out of each moment. At the end of this season it’ll be great for him to look back at what he accomplished and what we accomplished as a team. That old saying: You’re never as good as they say you are and you’re never as bad. Cody just has really good perspective on things. It’s a wave that he’s never been on, but he’s enjoying the ride.”