60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.THIS charming five-bedroom Queenslander showcases classic beauty and modern comforts on an 810sq m block.A wraparound veranda with latticework and a butterfly staircase invites entry into the first floor of the house, with the front door framed by leadlight windows. Inside, VJ walls, high ceilings, decorative cornices, original timber flooring and ornate archways deliver old-world grandeur. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.Other features of the north-facing property include a single-car garage with a storage room, two covered parking spaces and extra off-street parking.Agent Taylor Kleinberg said the residence promised family living and an unrivalled lifestyle.“Quality character homes on large blocks are becoming increasingly rare, with this elegant home promising peace, privacy and unsurpassed family living,” Mr Kleinberg said. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.Living and dining rooms have access to the veranda through french doors with plantation shutters. Near the dining room is the kitchen, where black granite benchtops contrast beautifully with timber cabinetry. Other features of the cooking space include stainless steel appliances, a butlers pantry and an island benchtop.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 2020The first floor of the house also has a bathroom and three bedrooms, including the main bedroom with additional living space, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with stylish heritage appointments including a claw foot bath tub and timber vanity. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.The other bedrooms open through french doors to a covered back deck with city glimpses. Back inside, a staircase descends to the ground floor of the residence, which is centred on a large rumpus room with polished tiled flooring and a custom-built bar.Two bedrooms are off the rumpus room, including one with a built-in wardrobe. There is also a combined bathroom and laundry with external access.Outside, a covered patio overlooks an established backyard with a Hills hoist clothesline and an in-ground pool. 60 Malcolm St, Hawthorne.The property is close to the Hawthorne Garage grocer, with a ferry terminal at the end of the street.
Ghana defender Jerry Akaminko is hoping to make a mark at his new club side Eskisehirspor after signing a 3-year deal worth €1.35m.Akaminko completed his switch from Turkish lower division side Manisaspor to top-flight club Eskisehirspor on Monday.The former Heart of Lions defender who has spent four seasons in Turkey with his first club being Orduspor in the Turkish second-tier before moving to Manisaspor wants to live up to the challenger.“This is a move that for a very long time I have been expecting and I think it’s really good for me because I always take a step ahead”. He told JOY Sports“It’s a real big challenge for me because it took sometime before the deal went through and I have to prove them right why they think I should be in the team and why they have to spend that much on me”
Minor league baseball doesn’t usually get our attention unless something crazy happens, and that’s exactly what happened Thursday night.The Round Rock Express (located in Texas) scored an insane 26 runs against the Las Vegas Aviators. The funny thing is Las Vegas didn’t even play that poorly. The Aviators put up 11 runs of their own, but it obviously wasn’t enough as the Express put up a score you typically see in a football game. There were nine home runs in the gameThe combined record for two teams hitting home runs in a single MLB game is 12, so these teams weren’t too far off.Kyle Tucker, the fifth overall pick in the 2015 draft, hit a pair of homers, giving him 20 on the season. Nick Tanielu and the Aviators’ Barreto also hit a pair of homers. Taylor Jones, Eric Campbell and Cameron Rupp each hit one.There were 90 total at-batsPlayers with 4+ at-bats: 17Players with 5+ at-bats: 9Players with 6+ at-bats: 4Players with 7 at-bats: 3According to Baseball Almanac, the record for at-bats during a nine-inning game is eight, held by 18 different players. We almost got there in this game, as three different players had seven. Overall, there were 103 plate appearances in this game. MORE: Benches clear after bunt breaks up no-hitter in Yard Goats-Thunder gameSo, with so many runs scored in this baseball game we thought it’d be fun to look at some of the ridiculous numbers that were put up.Every batter scored a runYou might read that stat and think that only applies to the Express, but no. Everyone on the Aviators scored a run as well. There were 20 batters with at least one at-bat and every single one of them scored at least one run. Of those 20, eight of them scored two runs or more.Taylor Jones was a perfect 5-for-5We mentioned already that every batter scored at least one run, but Express first baseman Taylor Jones led the way with five runs. In fact, he went a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate, with six RBIs. He had seven total plate appearances, which included two walks.We also should make mention of the Aviators’ Franklin Barreto, who also went 5-for-5 at the plate. He hit two home runs, had four RBIs and scored three runs. Norge Ruiz allowed seven runs in 0.0 inningsOfficially, Aviators pitcher Norge Ruiz pitched in 0.0 innings. But he did face seven batters, and allowed seven earned runs while giving up five hits and walking two. His poor outing contributed to an incredible 13-run inning in the seventh, which took this game to a completely different level.Ruiz wasn’t alone in his struggles, though. The two Aviators pitchers before him had already given up 10 earned runs. And of the six pitchers the Aviators used in the game, all of them allowed at least one earned run.