This Logan community is the fastest selling in the nation for Villa World

first_imgMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours agoVilla World’s Michael Vinodolac (left) and Logan Mayor Luke Smith (right) at the official launch of Killara earlier this year.To date, 97 per cent of the first release has been snapped up while a half of the parcels in the second release are sold.Lots in the initial stages of Killara are priced from $181,000 and range in size from 273sq m to more than 500sq m. Killara’s masterplan will create five with a variety of housing product to cater for different stages of life.Residents will be surrounded by parkland, adventure trails, bike tracks and playgrounds. Construction of the display village precinct at Killara will start next month, with completion expected in the first half of 2018.Builders who will showcase their designs and craftsmanship in the village include boutique builders and a mix of major and local builders. Located on Chambers Flat Road, Killara is just a short drive from major shopping, primary and secondary schools and Griffith University’s Logan campus.The Killara sales centre is open between 10am and 5pm daily. Villa World is reporting record sales at its Killara estate in Logan Reserve as first-home buyers and family upsizers step in.THIS estate in Logan Reserve is the fastest selling project in national developer Villa World’s portfolio with sales running at more than 20 per month since February.The 726 lot Killara community in Logan Reserve has first home buyers and upsizing families leading the charge to secure a site.Developer Villa World has sold 108 lots since its launch to market last year, with 28 sales in the pipeline. The company currently has 19 estates throughout Australia, 10 of those in Queensland.Work is about to begin on Killara’s display village precinct, set to give buyers plenty of inspiration and choice with 29 homes from 19 major and boutique builders.Villa World development manager Gary Hunter said sales had predominantly been to first-time purchasers and families wishing to swap suburbia for a parkland lifestyle in a semirural area. “They love that they can build their home in Killara’s bushland setting while still being close to all the infrastructure, facilities and amenities they need for everyday life,” Mr Hunter said.“The affordable price point has really appealed to buyers who are seeing that this idyllic yet convenient parkland lifestyle is within their reach.”last_img read more

Arneson becomes first repeat winner of Sanders Mod Challenge

first_imgFlanked by runner-up Tyler Peterson and third-place runner Hunter Marriott, Austin Arneson was the $2,000 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified winner at Norman County Raceway’s Sanders Mod Challenge Thursday night. (Photo by Mike Spieker)By Mike SpiekerADA, Minn. (Aug. 18) – The inaugural Sanders Modified Tour commenced Thursday night at Nor­man County Raceway with a record 46 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds on hand. While the Sanders Modified Tour is still in its onset, the one-night Sanders Modified Challenge, which now apart of the four-night tour, has been the premier Modified event on the NCR schedule for the previous four years.Before Thursday night, there had been no repeat winner of the Sanders Modified Challenge but all that changed when Austin Arneson drove from third to the lead and picked up the win to back up his 2014 Sanders Mod Challenge title.“This is huge. To have a race this big close to home in front of a lot of guys that watched me grow up racing here and in front of family and friends, it’s a really big deal,” said Arneson, who earned $2,000 for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying victory. “I’m really excited to have won it a second time.”After getting by his older brother Cale for second, Arneson used the high side to take the lead away from pole sitter Ryan Mikkelson on lap five.“It just took patience right away. I knew the track was going to be racy all over,” said Arneson. “The bottom was fast. The top was fast, but I prefer the top. I just had to hit my marks and we started picking up momentum and I got out front and stayed out front.”Arneson went on to the lead the final 20 laps of the feature but that run up front didn’t come with­out its challenges.A few mid- to late-race cautions put IMCA newcomer Tyler Peterson right on Arneson’s rear bumper. Peterson threatened to take the point following each restart but over the course of a hand­ful of laps, Arneson would prevail and regain his sizable lead.Arneson took the checkers by more than three seconds. Peterson came home as the runner-up, while first “B” winner Hunter Marriot wheeled his way through the field to round out the podium. Josh Eberhardt came home fourth with Justin Jones in fifth.By winning both his heat and the feature, Arneson picked up the $250 clean sweep bonus. Johnny Corell took home the $100 Out-Pace Hard Charger award, while Tommy Lee was the $100 Performance Auto Tough Luck award recipient.On Friday night the tour heads 45 miles south to Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo for another $2,000-to-win event.Feature results – 1. Austin Arneson; 2. Tyler Peterson; 3. Hunter Marriot; 4. Josh Eberhardt; 5. Justin Jones; 6. John Corell; 7. Michael Greseth; 8. Michael Johnson; 9. Ryan Mikkelson; 10. Dev Malmlov 11. Rich Pavlicek; 12. Tommy Lee; 13. Bryce Borgen; 14. Josh Rogotzke; 15. Cody Erick­son; 16. Jerry Lamb; 17. Myles Tomlinson; 18. Jamie Trautner; 19. Rusty Kollman; 20. Cale Arneson; 21. Josh Beaulieu; 22. Cody Peterson; 23. Tom Berry Jr.; 24. Tom Silver; 25. Billy Vo­gel.Heat winners were Cale Arneson, Tyler Peterson, Austin Arneson, Erickson and Greseth. “B” fea­ture winners were Marriott and Borgen.last_img read more

Valspar Championship leaderboard: Live scores, results from Round 4

first_imgMORE: Watch the Valspar Championship live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)This year’s field is decidedly less interesting in Woods’ absence but still includes seven of the world’s top 20 players, headlined by No. 1 Dustin Johnson.Johnson is making just his second career start in the tournament. He’s joined by Paul Casey, the defending champion who edged out Woods in 2018, Jon Rahm, Jason Day, Henrik Stenson, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia and Bubba Watson, to name a few. Follow scores from the 2019 Valspar Championship below with our live leaderboard.Valspar Championship leaderboard, live scoresLeaderboardValspar Championship20 – 24 March 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Paul CaseyEngland-8706668722762Jason KokrakUSA-7697166712772Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-7707266692774Sungjae ImSouth Korea-6706771702784Bubba WatsonUSA-6697170682786Dustin JohnsonUSA-5696967742796Jon RahmSpain-5716872682796Ryan ArmourUSA-5707268692799Luke DonaldEngland-4677070732809Denny McCarthyUSA-4687469692809Austin CookUSA-4696772722809Scott StallingsUSA-46968707328013Matt JonesAustralia-37368687228113Bill HaasUSA-37270697028113Lucas GloverUSA-37267727028113Mackenzie HughesCanada-37072687128113Curtis LuckAustralia-37068707328118Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea-27171726828218Jim FurykUSA-26971687428218Charley HoffmanUSA-26974697028218Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa-27069737028218Vaughn TaylorUSA-27469716828218Brian StuardUSA-26872697328224Kevin KisnerUSA-16775726928324Julian EtulainArgentina-16973717028324Russell KnoxScotland-16776677328324Nick TaylorCanada-17170677528324Henrik StensonSweden-17073697128324Zach JohnsonUSA-17172707028330Brandt SnedekerUSAPar7070737128430Rafa Cabrera BelloSpainPar7171717128430Joel DahmenUSAPar6672767028430Billy Hurley IIIUSAPar7469717028430Sam BurnsUSAPar6974677428430Shawn StefaniUSAPar6871737228430Anirban LahiriIndiaPar7071756828437Nick WatneyUSA+17172697328537Dylan FrittelliSouth Africa+17271677528537Wyndham ClarkUSA+17170727228537Satoshi KodairaJapan+17071727228537Joaquin NiemannChile+16973707328542Russell HenleyUSA+26972717428642Jonas BlixtSweden+27469727128642C.T. PanChina+27170717428642Danny WillettEngland+26971747228646Graeme McDowellNorthern Ireland+37172707428746Sam SaundersUSA+37169737428746Andrew LandryUSA+37271766828746Kelly KraftUSA+36972757128746Kramer HickokUSA+37168737528746Sepp StrakaAustria+36676697628746Hank LebiodaUSA+36973747128746Brian GayUSA+37369697628754Trey MullinaxUSA+47172776828854Roberto DiazMexico+46972747328854Harris EnglishUSA+47568677828854Ryan BlaumUSA+47367767228854Sergio GarciaSpain+47172727328854Danny LeeNew Zealand+47271737228860Roger SloanCanada+57072707728960Patton KizzireUSA+57071767228960Brandon HarkinsUSA+57369747328960Peter MalnatiUSA+56974727428960Alex CejkaGermany+57170777128965Peter UihleinUSA+67271737429065Harold Varner IIIUSA+66974757229065Chesson HadleyUSA+67469707729068Roberto CastroUSA+96871738129368Chris StroudUSA+97271747629370Morgan HoffmannUSA+1173707775295Click here if you don’t see scores or results above. Tiger Woods is taking a week off from his 2019 tournament schedule, opting to skip the Valspar Championship in favor of next week’s WGC-Match Play, and it’s a lighter field overall as the PGA Tour continues its Florida swing at the Innisbrook Resort.Woods, who finished tied for 30th at The Players Championship, nearly won the Valspar in 2018, providing the first glimpse of success early in his comeback tour while losing by one stroke after missing birdie on the 72nd hole. He’ll play one more tune-up tournament before The Masters in April.last_img read more

NBA Draft 2019: What will the Lakers do with the No. 4 pick?

first_imgThe Lakers are hoping to have a busy summer.Los Angeles, which enters the offseason after a disappointing 2018-19, will have max cap space as it pursues a second star to pair with LeBron James. The Lakers have already been linked to Kemba Walker and Kyrie Irving and they will also reportedly once again attempt to trade for Pelicans star Anthony Davis. Four Lakers options with the 2019 NBA Draft’s No. 4 pick:Darius Garland, guard, VanderbiltGarland has the highest upside of any player who will be available at No. 4 — assuming Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and RJ Barrett are off the board. The 6-2 guard, who tore his meniscus and was limited to just five games at Vanderbilt last season, projects to be a reliable scorer in the NBA. He should be able to create shots for himself as well as his teammates. But Garland is young, 19, and is a ball-dominant guard, and that has the potential to create problems with James’ style of play.  Darius Garland is one of the draft’s shiftiest shot creators thanks to his pull-up game, handle and ability to change speeds/directions on a dime. Full Scouting Video:— Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) June 1, 2019Jarrett Culver, wing, Texas TechCulver, the go-to scorer for the Red Raiders during their run to the national championship game, is arguably the most versatile wing in the draft. At 6-6, he can play with or without the ball, rebounds well for his position and is a willing passer. Yet Culver is an inconsistent shooter — he hit 30.4% of his 3-point attempts at Texas Tech in 2018-19 — which could be an issue at the next level.🎥 Jarrett Culver talks about his ability as a two-way player, and leading Texas Tech to the NCAA title game.— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) June 1, 2019De’Andre Hunter, wing, Virginia Lakers free agency rumors: Los Angeles among teams interested in Kemba Walker Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Star is ‘more open’ to signing with Lakers NBA Draft 2019: Jarrett Culver says he can bring ‘elite’ skills to Lakers The Lakers plan to upgrade their roster will begin with the 2019 NBA Draft, where they hold the No. 4 pick after surprisingly jumping up during the lottery.The 2019 NBA Draft will take place June 20. Related News In theory, Hunter is a perfect player to slot in next to James. He’s a solid 3-point shooter who doesn’t need the ball in his hands and also excels defensively. The 6-7 wing could guard the opposition’s best scorer and, on the other end of the floor, spot up in the corners while James, or someone else, runs the offense. Hunter, however, has a lower ceiling than the other two players on this list and may end up being a reach at four.  A athletic and versatile national champion on both sides of the ball that is 6’7″ with a 7’2″ wingspan 👀. De’Andre Hunter is built for the leagueTag the team you think De’Andre Hunter ends up on#Wahoowa⚔️ (@UVAMensHoops, @drehunter_)— ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN) June 4, 2019Trade the pickThe Lakers are “active in trade talks and would be open to” dealing the selection for “an established veteran who would be more ready” to help them win immediately, according to ESPN, which cited unidentified league sources. This makes sense, as the team may be looking to acquire players who fit with James’ timeline, as opposed to a developmental prospect. The No. 4 pick could be an attractive asset in a package for Davis. Rockets guard Chris Paul and the Grizzlies’ Mike Conley reportedly will be available, as well.last_img read more

Swilly Seals narrowly miss out to Ballymena at their first outing

first_imgFEATURES: Swilly Seals headed to Ballymena last Saturday, impressing their coaches with some record breaking swims, however they were narrowly beaten by Ballymena A.S.CThe Swilly Seals A.S.C travelled to Ballymena A.S.C in the first gala of the Provincial Towns League Division Two.A lot of new faces took to the start blocks in their first competitive club gala and impressed their coaches.It was a highly competitive meet with both clubs edging ahead throughout the two and a half hours. After fifty six races Ballymena managed to edge ahead by 16 points to leave the final scoreline at 580 to 564.The clubs next gala is away to Ballymoney next month. A lot of new personal best times were achieved and club records broken including the 50m Breaststroke by Cody Dunnion in 40.53, Cian Mulligan 50m Breaststroke in 36.54, 50m Fly in 32.87 and 50m Freestyle in 29.53. Molly Nulty 50m Backstroke in 35.69, Joyce Hudy in50m Breaststroke 36.35, 50m Fly in 31.81 and 50m Freestyle in 28.78. In the relays Eadaoin Kelly, Joyce Hudy, Grainne Russell and Orlaith Fogarty broke the 50m Medley Relay record setting a time of 2.15.30, they also set a new club record in the Freestyle Relay swimming 2.01.30. Well done to all the swimmers who took part and good luck to all the swimmers heading to Armagh to compete in the Swim Ulster Development Series this coming Sunday.Swilly Seals narrowly miss out to Ballymena at their first outing was last modified: September 28th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Ballymena A.S.CgalaSwilly SealsSWIMMINGlast_img read more