The property was renovating before going to auction.The property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a double lockup garage.There are polished concrete floors to the open-plan living space downstairs and the modern galley-style kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, white cabinetry and a timber breakfast bar.Ray White Capalaba selling principal Lawrence Acaster said both the buyer and the seller were happy with the sale.Mr Acaster said the extensive renovations meant the buyer could move right in without having to do a thing to the property.According to CoreLogic data, the median house price in Capalaba has grown 4.5 per cent in the past year to sit at $465,000. The home at 2 Blaxland St, Capalaba sold under the hammerA FAMILY home in Capalaba has sold under the hammer after an extensive renovation.The property at 2 Blaxland St, Capalaba sold at the Ray White Property Expo auction for $565,000.It was the first property to be knocked down under the hammer by auctioneer Haesley Cush.Owners Shyree and Patrick Levings have lived there with their daughters Eloise and Grace for the past seven years.The Levings family said they were delighted with the result.“We had renovated this house within an inch of itself,” Ms Levings said.“It is completely modern now.“My husband did a lot of the work himself, too.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 2020“It’s been a huge job and we are now downsizing to a townhouse so we can enjoy the lifestyle of the bay area.“We love the area.”
The Referees Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the list of match officials for this weekend’s matches in the Glo Premier League.Below is the list of referees and assistants for match-day-5 on Saturday and Sunday.Saturday, October 27Match: Dwarfs vs. New EdubiaseVenue: Len Clay StadiumReferee: E.R. Biney Assistant 1: E.B. BaidenAssistant 2: Mark Adzadza4th Official: Daniel DorgbortorSunday, October 28Match: All Stars vs. Tema Youth Venue: Wa ParkReferee: Desmond AbbeyAssistant 1: Beatrice ThaudAssistant 2: Osman Quedraogo4th Official: David Kumah Match: Chelsea vs. Hearts of OakVenue: Golden City ParkReferee: Seidu BomisonAssistant 1: A.S. MalikAssistant 2: Issaka Alhassan 4th Official: Alex AkugreMatch: R.T.U vs. MedeamaVenue: Tamale StadiumReferee: Silas OkineAssistant 1: David Laryea Assistant 2: Philip Darku4th Official: Ernest BaafiMatch: Asante Kotoko vs. ArsenalVenue: Baba Yara StadiumReferee: Solomon Mordey Assistant 1: Samuel BoatengAssistant 2: Michael Asare4th Official: Wonder DakudziMatch: Liberty vs. Aduana StarsVenue: Carl Reindorf ParkReferee: Delight AlorbuAssistant 1: Michael AgbenuzahAssistant 2: Paul Atimaka4th Official: Samuel GyasiMatch: Amidaus vs. Heart of LionsVenue: Tema StadiumReferee: Kyeremeh YeboahAssistant 1: Frank BossmanAssistant 2: Ben Cudjoe4th Official: William AgboviMatch: AshantiGold vs. King FaisalVenue: Len Clay StadiumReferee: Joseph LampteyAssistant 1: E.O. AnkrahAssistant 2: Lawrence Antwi4th Official: Prince Tawiah
A competitive yet sentimental day of golf was played this past Sunday when members of the Lusignan Golf Club (LGC), including winners Mohanlall Dinanauth, Bridgelall Harry and Miguel Oviedo, bade club member and MACORP CEO Jorge Medina farewell.The event was very well attended by golfers, who came out in great numbers to honour a most beloved colleague and say farewell to an ardent golfer who had contributed in a huge and significant way to improvements of the Golf Course and to standards of play in the game.At the end of the well-supported tournament, played under the now common Flights Format, it was former Guyana Open champion Dinanauth, with 69/5, who starred in the 0-9 Handicap. He was followed closely by Club President Aleem Hussain (70/9); with good performances coming from Mike Mangal 73/8, Kassim Khan 74/8, and Munaf Arjune 75/8.In the ‘B’ flight, (h/caps 10 – 18,) the two winners were: 1st – Harry 67/16 and 2nd – Club Vice President Paton George 68/18. Also in keen contention were Fazil Haniff and Ian Gouveia, both returning 73/15; and Club Executives Aasrodeen Shaw and Rabindranath Persaud, both returning 74/15.While the ‘C’ flight was ruled by the two winners, who were: 1st –Oviedo 69/28, and 2nd – Imtiaz Subhan 70/22. Other close contenders for the flight were the honourable Jorge Medina 71/28, Mark Lashley 72/24 and Clifford Reis 75/25.During the prize-giving ceremony, Medina expressed his delight and appreciation to the Club members for the great camaraderie and sportsmanship he had experienced over the years.He expressed delight that his successor, Guillermo Escarraga, was also an ardent golfer, and expected that, through him, the great support of Macorp would continue towards the Golf Club.The Colombian Medina — quiet, dignified, friendly, a stickler for high standards — also served as the Chief Executive Officer of Macorp Guyana, and was accredited by the Government of Guyana as the Honorary Consul of Colombia. During his more than two decades of distinctive service in Guyana, his passion for golf madeWinners row! Jorge Medina (centre) is flanked by (from left) Kassim Khan, Paton George, Bridgelall Harry, Miguel Oviedo, Mohanlall Dinanauth and Aleem Hussainhim a greatly beloved personality on and off the golf course.To show the sincere and abiding appreciation for his personality and sterling contribution to the Club during his time here, the honourable Jorge Medina was given a crystal plaque of appreciation, as well as he awarded a certificate conferring on him life membership of the Lusignan Golf Club.On hand at the informal farewell gathering that followed the tournament were current US Ambassador Perry Holloway and his wife, former Prime Minister of Guyana, Samuel Hinds; Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan – an old golf buddy of Medina; and the wives and children of several golfers of the Macorp family.