36 Needham St, Fig Tree Pocket.“On the upper level are five bedrooms, two offices, a television room and 12-seat cinema with a wet bar. A ground level made for entertaining includes a gymnasium, games room, boardroom, climate-controlled wine cellar, multiple lounge areas and a sixth bedroom.”The seventh bedroom was in a separate guest cottage on the estate. 36 Needham St, Fig Tree Pocket.According to the listing by Tyson Clarke of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty – Ascot the property was called “Rivergum Retreat”.“Cleverly calculated to adjust to the requirements of a large family, the 1956sq m interior is spread across three wings. 36 Needham St, Fig Tree Pocket.Outdoor features include a barbecue kitchen with teppanyaki grill, heated horizon swimming pool and spa, and championship-sized tennis court.The home also has a hi-tech fitout including C-Bus, SONOS and Crestron systems control for lighting, temperature, blinds, irrigation and security. 36 Needham St, Fig Tree Pocket.A QUEENSLAND richlister’s riverfront home has been given an $11.9m price tag which includes a Gold Class cinema, seven car garage and pontoon to tie your boat up to. The seven bedroom, nine bathroom home at 36 Needham Street, Fig Tree Pocket, belongs to Linc Energy founder Peter Bond. Linc Energy founder Peter Bond has put a price on his sprawling Brisbane riverfront estate of $11.9m. Picture: Anthony WeateIf sold for that price it will be the third highest amount fetched in Brisbane behind the $18.48m paid for 1 Leopard St, Kangaroo Point last month and the $14m that Australia’s richest woman, Gina Rineheart paid in 2014 for her stunning Hawthorne character estate.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours agoMr Bond’s property spans 1.2ha and has river frontage of 132m.
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It seems that championships have become par for the course for the USC women’s golf team, and this week’s Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge proved to be no exception.Setting the pace · Sophomore Annie Park claimed her fifth career title at the Northrop Grumman Invitational with a combined score of 1-under. – Courtesy of USC Sports InformationSophomore Annie Park coasted to her fifth career individual title yesterday while her team survived some late struggles to claim yet another victory in Palos Verdes, Calif. The Women of Troy extended their school-record winning streak to eight events, including five straight wins to begin the 2013-2014 campaign. This tournament, which ran from Sunday to Tuesday, was the team’s first event after their winter hiatus.Though this type of success can lead to overconfidence, senior Sophia Popov is well aware that continuing to win will not come without hard work and commitment.“We [worked] extremely hard over winter break, and really looked forward to this first event,” Popov said. “We are hoping to keep the momentum we established in fall to help us not only succeed at this event, but also for the rest of spring season and all the way up to nationals.”USC finished the tournament at 14-over, a collegiate course record, even after their worst round of the tournament. The team’s four qualifiers combined for a 15-over during yesterday’s action. No. 5 Duke made up 10 strokes on the Women of Troy but could not close the gap any further, ending the tournament in second place at 21-over. No. 7 Arizona State took third at 23-over, while No. 2 UCLA and No. 11 Washington tied for fourth at 29-over. The four Pac-12 rivals, along with the Blue Devils, figure to battle for the national title come May.Head coach Andrea Gaston was proud of her team’s success, but knows yesterday’s round could have been much smoother.“Obviously we were happy to have a cushion since we didn’t play as well today,” Gaston said. “There were some hard hole locations that cost us a few shots today. Duke played really well and really pressed us down the stretch. Thank goodness they ran out of holes.”On the individual side, Park dominated the scoreboard during the first two rounds, shooting consecutive 4-under 67s in what were often windy conditions. The Levittown, N.Y. native took a comfortable lead into yesterday’s third round, and weathered a disastrous back nine that included five bogeys on her way to victory. Park ended the day with a solid 2-over 73, raising her tournament total to 6-under. Haley Davis of Baylor finished in second place at 1-over, followed by Duke’s Yiu Liu, Arizona State’s Noemi Jimenez, Oklahoma’s Alexandra Kaui, UCLA’s Bronte Law and Florida’s Sarah Schober at 2-over.Popov, whose school record for wins was tied by Park yesterday, fired a team-low 1-over 72 in the third round to finish with a three-day total of 4-over. Popov’s score tied her for 10th place with Arizona State’s Monica Vaughn.Sophomore Kyung Kim, who came into the day expecting to compete with Park for the individual crown, struggled throughout the third round and finished with a disappointing 5-over 79. Kim’s worst round in a USC uniform only bumped her into a 12th-place tie, an indicator of the course’s difficulty. Rounding out USC’s qualifiers was freshman Karen Chung, who finished the tournament at 14-over.The Women of Troy now head to the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, La., which is set to begin Feb. 23.The team will hope to continue their incredible run of success as they move into the heart of the 2014 schedule, and all signs point toward this goal being accomplished. The team returned their entire lineup from their 2013 NCAA championship-winning season, and is the favorite to recapture that crown.Still, Popov is seasoned enough to know that nothing is a foregone conclusion.“Our team is in great shape,” the senior said. “There are a lot of top-ranked schools that are going to try to make it as hard as possible for us.”Gaston echoed her senior leader’s sentiments.“[Assistant coach] Justin [Silverstein] and I are proud of the team’s eighth victory in a row, something we don’t take for granted,” Gaston said. “At the same time, a day like today reminds us that we have to get back to work to help each of our players get better prepared for our next tournament.”
“We have been working with JT and his family, as well as our compliance office, to help him navigate the process of entering his name in the transfer portal,” the statement read. “It is his desire to explore all of his options going into the 2020 season.” Redshirt sophomore quarterback JT Daniels drops back against Fresno State in USC’s 2019 opener, his lone game of the season. Head coach Clay Helton announced Thursday Daniels is entering the transfer portal. (Ling Luo / Daily Trojan) From there, Slovis took off. Slovis threw for 3,502 yards and a 71.9% completion percentage — the latter being the third-highest mark in the nation. Slovis, a three-star recruit out of high school, and Daniels were expected to battle again for the starting job this fall. According to the Los Angeles Times, USC is optimistic that Daniels will remain at USC if the NCAA votes not to grant immediate eligibility for transfers who currently have to sit out a year before returning to competition. Daniels, a five-star recruit and 247Sports’ No. 2 pro-style quarterback in the class of 2018, won the starting quarterback battle during fall camp leading up to the 2019 season over then-freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis. But Daniels tore his ACL and meniscus in the second quarter of USC’s season opening win against Fresno State after throwing for 215 yards on 25-of-34 passing, one touchdown and one interception. The blow sidelined him for the rest of the season. “I love this university, coaching staff, and team,” Daniels told USC Scoop. “To me it is in my best interest to explore all my options going into the 2020 season. I will remain in contact with the coaching staff through the process. USC remains one of my options, and that door has remained open for me. Fight on.” Redshirt sophomore quarterback JT Daniels has entered his name into the transfer portal, head coach Clay Helton announced in a statement posted to USC Athletics’ Twitter Thursday. “We will continue to support JT in every way possible and help him through his decision, including the option of staying on with our football team,” Helton’s statement read. “JT is a terrific person, student, player, and valued member of our football family.”