“There are not many houses like that for sale on the market in the area.”Ms Munro said the vendor’s change in situation required the property to sell.“The sale is an opportunity for the owner to move forward,” she said. “I think it is the reality of the real estate industry and he needed to sell.” Ray White Agent Julie Munro who sold the house said it shows homeowners in Currajong what they can do with their properties.“45 Goodwin street is a representation of what owners can achieve in the suburb,” Ms Munro said. This eye-catching house at 45 Goodwin Street in Currajong was snapped up at auction for $490,000.A FAMILY has purchased this six-bedroom renovated Queenslander for $490,000 under the hammer, revealing an opportunity for buyers to snag a beauty in Townsville’s Currajong. The house was on the market for about eight weeks and was renovated in 2013 to accommodate a growing family. MORE NEWS The hardest place in QLD to sell a house With its charming heritage features revealing character, the home also boasts a luxury feel and has a large in-ground swimming pool surrounded by glass fencing.This property at 45 Goodwin St in Currajong, sold for double the median price of $227,000 for a house in the suburb.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Corelogic data shows Currajong is Townsville’s fourth cheapest suburb to buy a house in alongside Heatley. Restored Queenslander snapped up after amazing transformation MORE NEWS
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The hosts were restricted to 116 for eight, Chris Gayle top-scoring with just 18 as Tim Murtagh, Kevin O’Brien and Alex Cusack took two wickets apiece. From eight for two, Ireland powered to 117 for four to win with five balls to spare as Ed Joyce top-scored with 40 not out. Windies captain Darren Sammy won the toss but his side struggled to build momentum, save for two early sixes from Dwayne Smith (14). He and Gayle put on 31 before falling in successive overs and wickets continued to fall at regluar intervals. Marlon Samuels and Lendl Simmons made 16 apiece and Andre Russell hit 15, with the 10 batsmen required all scoring between three not out and 18. Cusack was the pick of the bowlers with two for 17 in four overs, figures matched by O’Brien in two while Murtagh took two for 28. Irish captain William Porterfield hit the third ball of their innings for four but was dismissed by the next and opening partner Paul Stirling followed in the next over. But Joyce put on a steady 29 with Gary Wilson before the crucial partnership, 58 with Andrew Poynter. Poynter hit six fours in an innings of 32 from 30 balls before being bowled by Sunil Narine. Ireland still needed 22 at that stage but Joyce, whose watchful 49-ball innings contained just two boundaries, was joined by O’Brien (15no) to see them home. The teams meet again over 20 overs on Friday before a one-off one-day international on Sunday, also at the Jamaican venue. Ireland earned a famous win over the West Indies in their first of two Twenty20 internationals at Sabina Park. Press Association
… beat Suriname in straight setsBy Rawle Toney in SurinameGUYANA defeated Suriname in straight sets to make a successful start of their Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) volleyball title defence.The Levi Nedd-coached team won 25-17, 25-22, 25-14 at the Ismay Welgin Sports Hall.According to Nedd, while he was happy for the win, he was a little disappointed at his team’s performance.However, Nedd said he’s expecting the team to play at their full potential today when they play their second of three games.
The Red Devils are facing a threat from their own fans who have become extremely angry at the Glazer family’s lack of investment in the rebuilding the squad.After the appointment of new boss Louis van Gaal supporters were expecting an influx of players this summer, especially after executive chairman Ed Woodward claimed they are willing to break the bank for star names.However with only 10 days left in the transfer market, United’s only main signings have been £28million midfielder Ander Herrera from Athletic Bilbao and £30million Southampton left-back Luke Shaw.The supporters are therefore furious that heading into the new campaign, United have still yet to resolve their transfers when they were led to believe that most of the key targets would have been brought to the club before the season kicked off last weekend.And after another dismal performance in the Premier League – losing 2-1 to Swansea at Old Trafford – social media has been swarmed by #GlazerOut messages.“United supporters worldwide have hit out in huge numbers against the Glazer family’s ownership of Manchester United via Twitter and Facebook,” said Sean Bones, member of the Man United Supporters’ Trust. “It’s obviously something that will be a huge concern to the current sponsors who have invested a lot of money in Manchester United as a brand.“There will be a lot of attention to see how the New York Stock Exchange views the negative reaction by supporters in terms of the Glazers’ handling of United.”Man United are currently linked with moves for Argentine duo Marcos Rojo and Angel Di Maria, who they are hoping to sign before September 1st.