33 Crestridge Crescent, OxenfordThe home was described as suitable for a first homebuyer or investor.Fourth most popular this week was 18 Susan St, Greenslopes.The three-bedroom home is listed for offers of more than $795,000. It is a classic 1930s Queenslander which has been updated throughout. It has an open lounge room and dining spaces and an enclosed sunroom. 7 Secret Valley, BuderimWHILE a Corinda home was Queensland’s most viewed property listing this week, coastal homes also proved to be in hot demand.According to realestate.com.au a home at 227 Dewar Tce, Corinda was the most viewed on its site in Queensland this week.The home described as a Palm Springs style home has six bedrooms and is scheduled for auction on August 26. 18 Susan St, GreenslopesIt was back to the coast for the fifth most popular listing this week, a four-bedroom home at 35 Jones Rd, Buderim.It is listed for offers of more than $500,000. 227 Dewar Tce, CorindaThe next most popular was a home at 7 Secret Valley, Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, which was listed for offers of more than $700,000.The four-bedroom home is next to a neighbouring private council reserve. The home has a games area and oversized stacker doors which lead to a covered deck.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoA four-bedroom at 33 Crestridge Crescent, Oxenford seeking offers of more than $399,000 has already been placed under contract. It came third on the list. 35 Jones Rd, BuderimThe split-level home has bush views and a large rear deck with overlooks green bushland.
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KCCA FC’s Masiko celebrates his winning goal against Club Africain on Tuesday. All clubs in Group A have 3 points. PHOTO KCCA MEDIAKCCA FC rivals Rivers United of Nigeria bounce back in CAF Cup:Group A standing P W D L F A PtsFUS 2 1 0 1 3 1 3Africain 2 1 0 1 4 3 3Rivers 2 1 0 1 2 3 3KCCA 2 1 0 1 2 4 3Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Rivers United of Nigeria bounced back into contention for CAF Confederation Cup glory with a 1-0 victory over former title-holders FUS Rabat of Morocco Wednesday.Emeka Atuloma scored his second goal this season in the secondary African club competition with 19 minutes remaining to secure maximum points in southern city Port Harcourt.Rivers, the only survivors from a four-club Nigerian challenge for 2017 CAF titles, began their mini-league campaign with a 3-1 loss at Club Africain of Tunisia.FUS remain top of Group A, but only on goal difference from Club Africain, Rivers and Kampala Capital City Authority of Uganda with each club having three points.Kampala, the first Ugandan club to qualify for the group stage of a CAF competition, came from behind Tuesday to edge Club Africain 2-1 in the Ugandan capital.Ivorian Cheick Moukoro struck seven minutes from time to give Al Hilal Obeid of Sudan a 1-0 home victory over previously unbeaten Zesco United of Zambia in Group C. Zesco are among the favourites to win the competition having made a big impact in Africa last year by reaching the CAF Champions League semi-finals against the odds.Smouha of Egypt defeated Recreativo Libolo of Angola 2-0 in Alexandria in the same group to go top on goal difference in another section where all four clubs have three points.After Ahmed Raouf scored on 12 minutes in the ancient Mediterranean city, Smouha had to wait until stoppage time before clinching victory through an Islam Mohareb goal.Title-holders TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo fought back to draw 1-1 with Horoya of Guinea in a Conakry clash between clubs who have experienced African glory.Cameroonian Jean Francis Ebele Dipita gave Horoya a first-half lead they held until 11 minutes from time when Ben Malango equalised in the west African city.Mazembe are the second most successful club in CAF competitions with 10 titles — nine less than Al Ahly of Egypt — while Horoya won the now defunct African Cup Winners Cup in 1978.South African outfit SuperSport United lead Group D on goals scored with Mazembe second. Each club has four points, two more than Horoya, while CF Mounana of Gabon are pointless.Matchday 3 is scheduled for June 2-4. Share on: WhatsApp
Firmino celebrates a great goal. PHOTO LFC MEDIA Arsenal (49) Chelsea (40) Liverpool (40)Firmino ‘worldie’ secures another late Liverpool win at WolvesWolverhampton, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hailed another moment of magic from Roberto Firmino as the Brazilian’s late winner opened up a 16-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 victory at Wolves on Thursday.The European champions’ now 14-game winning streak in the league seemed set to end as Raul Jimenez cancelled out Jordan Henderson’s early opener.Liverpool were even grateful to goalkeeper Alisson Becker for not falling behind in the second half.However, like crucial victories against Leicester, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace earlier in the campaign, Liverpool left it late to snatch another vital three points in their quest to end a 30-year wait to win the title as Firmino smashed home six minutes from time.“You just have to find a way to win and have someone who makes the perfect decision and that was Bobby again,” said Klopp.“A worldie I would say from Bobby, a super goal.”Liverpool, who now have 22 wins in 23 league games this season, also have a game in hand over second-placed Manchester City to come.However, victory could still come at a cost as Mane hobbled off with a hamstring injury in the first half.“We don’t know exactly (the severity of the injury). He felt something in the hamstring,” added Klopp, whose side are also still in the hunt for the FA Cup and Champions League.Defeat leaves Wolves still six points off the top four in seventh, but Nuno Espirito Santo’s side showed why they are on form the most likely challengers to fourth-placed Chelsea for a place in next season’s Champions League.“It was a fantastic game of football,” said Nuno. “We have to keep going and keep getting stronger.”Nuno’s one regret from his side’s display was the manner of the opening goal. Set-pieces have been one of the keys to Liverpool’s success and a well-worked corner got the visitors off to a flying start as Henderson headed home.Matt Doherty should have levelled shortly afterwards before Liverpool’s threat on the counter-attack was curtailed when Mane pulled up.The Senegalese’s absence for a few weeks is unlikely to sway the momentum of the title race, but he could now be a doubt for the first leg of Liverpool’s Champions League last 16 tie at Atletico Madrid next month.Jimenez and Adama Traore were left on the bench when the sides met in late December just two days after they had scored in a thrilling 3-2 win over Manchester City and Wolves’ two most dangerous attacking weapons made a huge difference.“Traore is pretty much unplayable,” added Klopp.“Not only on the wing any more, but he keeps the ball, holds the ball and sets up goals.”The Spaniard’s pace was too much for a Liverpool defence that had kept seven consecutive Premier League clean sheets to handle six minutes after the break.Traore’s run down the right pulled Van Dijk out of the centre of the defence and his pinpoint cross found Jimenez to bullet home his 20th goal of the season.That was the first goal Alisson had conceded in the league for two months and the Brazilian had to be at his best to then turn a Traore drive to safety and stand up bravely to block from Jimenez.Firmino looked to have missed the chance to claim all three points when he fired into Patricio’s legs with just the Portuguese number one to beat.But he quickly made amends with a thumping finish from Henderson’s pass.Share on: WhatsApp