The large kitchen area at 15 Wellington Road, Red Hill.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The Taylors are looking for a home they can lock up and leave because of their busy work schedules.Mrs Taylor said she had “the best neighbours” and described the street as quiet.“The property is so close to town, I can walk to the city in 25 minutes,” she said.“It has the best city views.” 15 Wellington Road, Red Hill.With the spacious bedroom being her favourite part of the home, Mrs Taylor said the city backdrop from three levels was spectacular.“You can see Riverfire and the fireworks when the Ekka is on,” she said.Standout features of the home include a fully tiled saltwater swimming pool, secure intercom entry, and a formal sitting area with an adjoining study. Enjoy glimpses of the city at 15 Wellington Road, Red Hill.Now that their children have left the nest, Mrs Taylor said they were looking to downsize after 18 years at the home.She said her great grandparents owned the first house on Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove, and their family had always lived in the Ashgrove and Red Hill areas.“Our whole family has never lived very far away,” she said.“The kids have all moved out now and we have stayed an extra two years after the last child left.” 15 Wellington Road, Red Hill.Mrs Taylor said the home was the perfect place for family gatherings.“Every year Christmas is held at our place,” she said.“It’s a great family home, especially for children to grow up in — it’s so close to local primary and high schools.” 15 Wellington Road, Red Hill.Michele and Michael Taylor’s three-level home has a contemporary New York feel to it.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home, 15 Wellington Rd, Red Hill, has been the perfect place for their three children to grow up in.
Published on October 10, 2012 at 12:23 am Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+ Shiann Darkangelo is trying to play through a hand injury, but Syracuse is preparing for the potential of life without its starting center.“We’ll see what she can do,” SU head coach Paul Flanagan said. “She probably won’t be able to shoot like she’s been able to shoot, but maybe she can help in other ways, so we’ll see what happens and kind of go from there.”A slash on her hand and a collision in SU’s 4-3 loss to New Hampshire on Friday kept Darkangelo out of Saturday’s 5-2 loss against then-No. 10 Northeastern. Darkangelo received a cast for the lower part of her left arm and hand before practicing with it on Tuesday. Darkangelo was not made available for comment by SU Athletics. Her status remains uncertain for this weekend’s two-game set against Penn State in State College,Pa.The sophomore was last season’s third-leading scorer with 18 points, scoring seven goals and 11 assists. Darkangelo’s hard shot, crease presence and movement would be missed if she cannot play. Yet Flanagan and his players are confident others can pick up the slack.“She’s definitely one of our key players and creates a lot of offense for us, so, I mean, going into last game we knew we were taking a hit in the offensive end,” captain Holly Carrie-Mattimoe said. “So I guess a lot of us have to step up and kind of fill that role that we’re missing.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWithout Darkangelo on Saturday, the Orange struggled to link its attack through the neutral zone and into its attacking sets. Sophomore center Allie LaCombe said Darkangelo’s passing ability makes it easy for her teammates.When Darkangelo was a senior in high school, freshman defender Nicole Renault played with her for Little Caesars Under-19s. Renault is one of SU’s more composed passers, and she has an extra appreciation for Darkangelo’s positional sense.“She sticks, she’s always getting open for the pass, she’s always talking, being a good teammate,” Renault said. “If you make a good pass she’ll make sure to let you know.”Darkangelo also carries her weight on defense, back-checking on opposing defenders sneaking into the zone.LaCombe struggles skating back and keeping track of opponents on defense. But Darkangelo teaches her something new on defense every day in practice.“If I watch her then I know what to do because she’s very smart,” LaCombe said.Renault said her teammate refuses to leave her defenders out to dry. Yet Darkangelo’s hard shot may be her greatest asset to the team.More than 80 percent of goals are scored on rebounds, Flanagan said. The speed of Darkangelo’s shot produces opportunities for teammates closer to goal, an area of weakness the Orange is looking to improve before taking on a PSU team that employs a conservative defense.“When teams pack it in in front you try to get somebody off to the side and you know just getting somebody back door, that kind of thing,” Flanagan said. “So we could use her size in front of the net and down low and just getting rebounds.”At 5 feet 9 inches tall, Darkangelo is the team’s second-tallest player, and while the team could miss her physical presence around the crease, others are expected to fill the void.Renault pointed to 5-foot-2-inch forward Melissa Piacentini, who was SU’s top performer in the beginning of Saturday’s game before recording her first career assist on fellow freshman Laurie Kingsbury’s third-period goal.Flanagan said Darkangelo is trying to play, but regardless of her status for Saturday, the entire offense is expected to step up.Said Flanagan: “Whether it’s (Darkangelo) or Emily or anybody, we got to start getting some production. But I feel good about this group.” Comments
The football club Sarajevo will organize summer camps for all youth, talented young boys who wish to build their careers in the ranks of FK Sarajevo.The sports director of FK Sarajevo Abdulah Ibraković told the official portal of this club that FK Sarajevo will focus on works with youth and talented football players.‘’We are pleased with the work of the boys in our academy. Several participants have already shown talent, and we will try to sign contracts with the best ones at the recommendations of the coach and trainers of the Academy, so when it comes time for it, we will include them in the first team of our club’’, said Ibraković.FK Sarajevo will organize seven summer camps from 24 may to 1 July.‘’We will be watching to cover all of B&H, so the schedule of these camps is not known yet. Camps are designed for two groups of participants. The first group will encompass boys born in 1997, 1998 and 1999, while the second group will encompass boys born in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Participants who meet our standards will receive a call to the final camp, which will be held in Sarajevo. We are sure that we will receive between 20 and 30 new talents at our Academy through the summer camps’’, explained Ibraković.(Source: Fena)