4 Riverdowns Crescent Helensvale“The area is fantastic and I can’t fault the home,” Mrs Cullen said. “The house is huge and has a really functional layout, as well as a gorgeous garden. Kerrod and I spend almost all of our time in the garden.” 4 Riverdowns Crescent Helensvale“The property came with the cubby house and we repainted it and put a microwave in so the girls just spend all day in there playing cooks and chefs.“The yard is very flat so the kids enjoy running around on it.” 4 Riverdowns Crescent Helensvale 8 January 2017THIS sprawling Helensvale house is the third property Maureen and Kerrod Cullen have called home on Riversdown Crescent. The couple, who bought the 4,009sq m property two years ago, said the house has been their favourite in the street. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago4 Riverdowns Crescent HelensvaleBuilt in 1995, the home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms including two ensuited bedrooms and two bedrooms with a shared bathroom. A long concrete driveway with manicured hedges and a tennis court create a grand entrance. 4 Riverdowns Crescent HelensvaleMrs Cullen said the home was roomy enough to also accommodate their adult daughter and grandchildren.“There are two separate wings for the bedrooms so its functions well for having family,” she said. “My grandkids love the house, especially the cubby house. 4 Riverdowns Crescent HelensvaleOutside there is a play gym and a fully insulated shed with electric doors. The home design wraps around the pool and outdoor entertainment area.“We had a big birthday party for one of my grandchildren,” Mrs Cullen said. “We were able to fit a whole petting zoo in the backyard.”
Submit StumbleUpon Spillemyndigheden adds technical requirements on game and wagering reporting June 23, 2020 Related Articles Jesper SogaardSports betting affiliate Better Collective has announced an ‘industry first partnership’ with online betting exchange Matchbook (Matchbook.com), which will see its bettingexpert Tipster API integrated within the operator’s platform.The API integration, sees Better Collective and Matchbook form a data collaboration, seeking to inform and engage Matchbook exchange players with detailed objective information on tips and ROI potential of live markets.Better Collective is the operator of leading European sports betting player portal bettingexpert.com and will utilise the information gained from its tipster community to enhance Matchbook’s betting exchange.Announcing the partnership with Matchbook, Better Collective Founder & CEO Jesper Søgaard, states that the partnership will breakdown ‘traditional barriers between operator and affiliate’.“We are excited about our partnership with Matchbook and proud that our continuous technical innovation can contribute to redefining the evolving role of the affiliate. We hope that this is just one of many more steps that demonstrate the value of the affiliate in our industry.” Søgaard details“A collaboration like this would not be possible without the amazing community of tipsters on bettingexpert.com. We are truly grateful for their engagement, and are happy that their expert knowledge and advice are now extending onto other platforms–helping educate more punters and giving them more confidence in their betting.”Neil Campbell – MatchbookMatchbook CMO Neil Campbell backs the collaboration, stating that bettingexpert data and content will enhance the betting exchange player engagement and experience;“We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Better Collective. They’ve created a strong community through bettingexpert.com and with this first-of-its-kind partnership, we’re able to extend this value to our customers.“Matchbook is always looking for new and innovative ways to deliver value to its customers, and we believe hosting bettingexpert.com tips conveniently on our platform will give them a competitive advantage.” UKGC lifts Matchbook suspension August 12, 2020 Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Share Share
Wellington Police note: Tuesday, May 10, 2016:â€¢7:15 a.m. Officers took a report of found bicycle in the 200 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢8 a.m. Officers took a report of Found Property in the 200 block E. 20th St. South, Wellington.â€¢9:11 a.m. Officers investigated a burglary and criminal damage to property in the 1100 E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢9:59 a.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the Wellington.â€¢Brian K. Mashburn, 38, Wellington was served a summons to appear for failing to stop at accident scene involving attended property.â€¢12:13 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a vehicle in the 800 block Homestead, Wellington.â€¢3:50 p.m. Bryan B. Jarvis, 41, Caldwell, was issued a notice to appear for speeding 57mph in a 45 mph zone.â€¢4:30 p.m. Officers took a report of lost keys in the city.â€¢6:10 p.m. Kati J. Elmore, 29, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for speeding 57mph in a 45mph zone.â€¢6:25 p.m. Nicole M. Kyle, 54, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for illegal registration.â€¢8 p.m. Officers investigated giving a false alarm by known suspect in the 900 block W. 7th, Wellington.â€¢10:32 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic family dispute in the 1000 block S. F, Wellington by known subject(s).
18 Jun 2020 “I watched stars on TV and now I join them on the range – it’s pretty cool” – The rise and rise of Matthew Jordan Tags: England Men’s Squad, Matthew Jordan Matthew Jordan watched Rory McIlroy win The Open at his home course of Royal Liverpool in 2014 with no notion that he would one day join the world number one on the European Tour.Even 18 short months ago, Jordan could not be sure he would ever make it as a pro golfer.Now he’s settling in alongside the big guns during his rookie season on Tour and has the world at his feet.Jordan’s story is truly inspirational and his telling of it proved to be fascinating for the England Golf squad players who logged in for an online Q&A session this week.As a young amateur, Jordan was a slow burner, making his way steadily rather than spectacularly through the boys’ squads.Then his game clicked with victories in the St Andrews Links Trophy and Lytham Trophy and a place in the 2017 Walker Cup.A year later he turned pro – but with many questions about his suitability for the pro game still unanswered.Yet a true competitive edge shaped in the England Golf squads soon shone through.A course record 63 in the first round of the British Masters at Hillside in May 2019 – where he played on an invite – brought his name to the fore.Victory in a Challenge Tour Event in Italy last June lit a fire under him and it’s still burning brightly today as he makes his way on the full tour.During a relaxed chat with squad players and coaches, Jordan talked about his rise in the game, his hopes for the future, his methods on the course and his dedication to smart practice routines.And he later admitted his rise is something he didn’t think of as a kid and even dare to dream about as a young adult.“It’s certainly been unexpected from where I was a little over a year ago,” admitted the 24-year-old.“I didn’t even have Challenge Tour status and I was just trying to play where I could.“It happened so quickly.“I played eight events after I turned pro and hadn’t done very well, but at least I got some experience.“The big one for me was a Challenge Tour event in Turkey – I shot 62 which was the lowest round I’d ever shot. I was in contention all week and then finished in the top 10.“Then I played in the British Masters and shot nine under on day one and the confidence built ahead of my win in Italy.“It all snowballed very quickly.“You don’t know that until you get there – there is a worry that the guys are on a different level and are loads better.“I had watched great tour events featuring the top players on TV and then suddenly I’m walking into a venue and joining these guys on the range. It’s pretty cool.“As a fan that was big at the beginning, but I’m trying to do as well as possible and that soon loses its appeal. I want to focus, do well, stay on tour and achieve more.”Growing up in Hoylake – the location of one of the world’s great links courses at Royal Liverpool – meant Jordan was spoiled for inspiration as a youngster.As a 10-year-old he remembers being obsessed when Tiger Woods rolled into town and put on a ball-striking masterclass to win the 2006 Open Championship.“I got Adam Scott’s ball on a practice round and I got Phil Mickelson’s autograph and Sergio Garcia’s too,” said Jordan with a smile.“I didn’t get Tiger’s – I just froze when he walked past and I didn’t have the courage to ask!“But it stands out.” As an 18-year-old amateur, Jordan was a spectator at the 2014 Open at Hoylake when McIlroy claimed the Claret Jug.“It does inspire you,” he added.“In 2014, that same summer, I got my A levels and a place into Uni, but my dad said I should defer and try golf for a year or two.“I hadn’t thought about it. I thought I’d play the summer and do something else. Maybe study psychology.“Then I tried it and still never had the thought of where I would end up.“It was only when I started doing well that the thoughts changed.“It was a blessing in disguise I didn’t go to Uni when I see what has happened since.”Jordan has had to adapt during lockdown, but has kept sharp – even winning a virtual event when top pros battled it with an online round at Valderrama!His next outing is the British Masters at Close House next month when his adventure continues.“I was happy to chat with the England players as I enjoyed my time in the set-up working with great coaches and learning the game,” he added.“Hopefully, what I passed on and my story so far can help someone else make the same step.”