Sprawling Gold Coast home has water and golf course views

first_img814 Legend Trail, Robina. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.VIEWS of the water and golf course offer a picturesque backdrop for this sprawling Robina home.The six-bedroom, five-bathroom house at 814 Legend Trail sits on a 749sq m block in the suburb’s sought-after gated community, The Glades. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago814 Legend Trail, Robina. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.Spread over two levels, the home has an open floorplan that combines indoor and outdoor living.The property has a long list of standout features including a pool, spa, outdoor entertainment area with barbecue kitchen and home cinema. The Glades offers a resident’s pool, barbecue terrace and meeting facilities. 814 Legend Trail, Robina.last_img read more

Gross: Marrone deserving of NFL interest

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ With seven NFL head coaches being fired on Monday, Doug Marrone’s name has been linked to several of the openings. According to reports, the Syracuse head coach is interviewing with two teams and is on the radar of at least one other.Syracuse Athletic Director Daryl Gross said in a statement that the interest of NFL teams in Marrone is a reflection on his coaching ability.“I think it is the ultimate compliment to Doug’s coaching abilities that his name is being mentioned in NFL circles,” Gross said in the statement. “None of us should be surprised by the attention given his experience and success.”On Monday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Marrone would interview with the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills this week. The Browns fired Pat Shurmur on Monday while the Bills fired their head coach Chan Gailey.The Philadelphia Inquirer then reported Wednesday that the Eagles, who fired long-time head coach Andy Reid, also have Marrone on their radar.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAccording to ESPN, Marrone had an interview scheduled with Cleveland on Thursday. Marrone has some stiff competition for the job. Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt interviewed Wednesday, and Oregon head coach Chip Kelly will interview with the Browns Friday.Marrone is coming off of the Orange’s win over West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl last weekend. After four seasons at Syracuse, Marrone has a record of 25-25. He also led the Orange to a Pinstripe Bowl victory over Kansas State in 2010.Before taking the job at SU, Marrone was an assistant coach in the NFL for seven seasons. He was the offensive line coach with the New York Jets from 2002 to 2005, and was then the offensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints from 2006 to 2009.He is highly regarded by NFL coaches and officials. Several, including New Orleans head coach Sean Payton, said Marrone would one day be a head coach in the NFL. Marrone has also reportedly been given endorsements by Saints general manager Mickey Loomis and long-time NFL head coach Bill Parcells. Comments Published on January 3, 2013 at 4:11 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_isemanlast_img read more

Tipperary has secured 11 All Star Hurling nominations.

first_imgShane McGrath gets the nod in midfield while three Tipp players are included in the half forwards – Noel McGrath, Patrick Maher and John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer.Séamus Callanan brings the Premier County’s tally of nominations to 11 while the Drom and Inch clubman has also been shortlisted for Player of the Year. He is up against Kilkenny’s Richie Hogan and TJ Reid.Tipperary has not been forgotten in the All Star for the Young Player of the Year either – Cathal Barrett, along with Limerick’s Shane Dowling and Wexford’s Conor McDonald will vie for that title.The winners will be announced at the All Star Banquet on the 24th of October in Dublin. Out of the 45 places on the list, the Premier County commands an impressive tally of 11.The nominations stretch across the pitch, starting in goals with Darren Gleeson shortlisted among Eoin Murphy from Kilkenny and Dublin’s Alan Nolan.Cathal Barrett and Paddy Stapleton have been nominated in the full back line while the half back list includes three Tipperary players: Kieran Bergin, captain of the Senior Hurling Team Brendan Maher and Pádraic Maher.last_img read more

Shark Week 2019: Comparing the San Jose Sharks to… well… actual Sharks

first_imgMarc-Edouard Vlasic: Nurse sharkHow can a non-migratory shark not be stay-at-home defenseman? While nurse sharks are sedentary, Vlasic actually makes his opponents take a seat with big hits and a shutdown defensive game. Quick reminder: don’t let the name fool you; nurse sharks can attack when provoked which is equivalent to this veteran’s offensive game, as he had eight points in 18 playoff games this year. Kevin Labanc: Blacktip reef sharkThis may be the flashiest of sharks which makes it a fair equivalent to Labanc; have you seen his filthy goal against the Avalanche? (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/55/c0/brent-burns-shark-072419-getty-ftrjpeg_1auvbpm9ji6nz17eaxogeju40a.jpeg?t=638873540&w=500&quality=80 Logan Couture: Bull sharkEver hear the term, ‘like a bull in a china shop?’Well, meet the bull shark aka Logan Couture. Aggressive, powerful and can handle the muddy waters of tributaries, Couture can do all that — except his mud is puck battles along the boards and in front of the net. This shark is not afraid to put his body on the line, and the San Jose center has definitely done just that — usually with his mouth. (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/df/9a/timo-meier-sharks-072619-getty-ftrjpeg_1qawj97637ftv1sqoe47po7tf1.jpeg?t=797013092&w=500&quality=80 Erik Karlsson: Blue sharkWith a long, slender body, blue sharks are known to be graceful swimmers and let’s be honest, there are not many players in the NHL who are more graceful on two blades than Karlsson. This shark is a global predator, and the two-time Norris Trophy winner is also a world traveler as he dominates at both ends of the ice. Pretty excited to have captured a #blueshark on our #trollpro ! As a pelagic sharks, these animals have to make the best of every food opportunity. By the end of this 30 minute troll, our baits were picked clean and we had a very happy shark. #sharkweek #sharks #updog pic.twitter.com/YNcBvWmgdi— Dr. Craig O’Connell (@TheSharkDoctor) July 24, 2019Highly prized for its fins (Editors note: We do not agree with ‘shark finning’ at all), Karlsson could have been one of the hottest commodities on the market had he not signed a mega-deal with San Jose in June.  Tomas Hertl: Grey reef sharkHertl has had an up-and-down career thus far; he’s shown flashes of brilliance — hello, who can forget his four goals including a between-the-legs one against the New York Ranger back in 2013 — but has sputtered at times.A grey reef #shark glides over the #reef. These beautiful predators are really inquisitive and often come and check out what we’re up to whilst working. Sadly many sharks such as these are now threatened and need big protected areas like this to flourish. #BIOTscience pic.twitter.com/0wVreBAgY5— Daniel Bayley (@DTIBayley) May 4, 2019Grey reef sharks are curious, strong, generally harmless but can be aggressive when provoked. San Jose definitely wants to see Hertl, who has the essential mix of size and soft hands, step up his game — i.e. be more aggressive — which he has done since Jan. 1, netting the most goals (21) on the team. It’s time for everyone’s favorite summer activity — sitting with the air conditioning on, in front of the television and watching Shark Week on Discovery Channel.An eight-day affair, the series brings the ocean’s top predator right into your home. Now, let’s be honest the San Jose Sharks are one of the NHL’s top predatory teams. This past season, they glided through the NHL and pounced at a moment’s notice on countless opponents before falling in the Western Conference Final to the eventual Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues. (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/69/14/joe-thornton-hammerhead-072719-getty-ftrjpeg_ifhhx44w75ig1txjvoxxgozlo.jpeg?t=913739916&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/19/96/marc-edoard-vlasic-nurse-shark-072619-getty-ftrjpeg_1hz4exon39r071c4mdbrfs4qyh.jpeg?t=799653092&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/73/34/logan-couture-bull-shark-072519-getty-ftrjpeg_1s992ilvre4mc1e6i7ntweph8b.jpeg?t=720906900&w=500&quality=80 Joe Thornton: Hammerhead sharkYes, we know, Joe Thornton is not technically on the Sharks roster for next season but this grizzled veteran is expected to be there come opening night.Much like the hammerhead in Hawaiian culture, Thornton is highly respected among teammates and foes alike. A feared fish with enhanced vision, this 40-year-old uses his hockey sense and experience to still make the big play and put up numbers. Last season. he had 51 points in 73 regular-season games and 10 points in 19 playoff games. Timo Meier: American pocket sharkEver hear of the American pocket shark? No worries, it was only discovered recently — so call it a shark on the rise — much like Meier.Having signed a new four-year deal this offseason, San Jose is expecting a lot from this emerging power forward. He broke out last season with 66 points in 78 regular-season games and 20 points in the playoffs while showcasing quickness and grit when driving to the net.Side note: The American pocket shark squirts glow-in-the-dark liquid. Now, wouldn’t that be pretty darn cool at the Shark Tank this season? (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/c6/5c/evander-kane-tiger-shark-072519-getty-ftrjpeg_1takg441o82ec197cu2tmnl0md.jpeg?t=714016900&w=500&quality=80 Evander Kane: Tiger sharkJust like a tiger shark who loses its stripes as it matures, Kane has certainly done that since the start of his career. Once considered a “problem child,” the now-fierce predator has turned into a top winger who plays on the edge. Known to bang in a garbage goal or two — in case you didn’t know, tigers are the garbage eaters of the ocean — Kane isn’t afraid to drive to the net and has a keen sense of smell when it comes to burying the puck. Brent Burns: Great white sharkApex predator, meet apex predator. Great white sharks are the tip of the ocean triangle and Burns is just that in the NHL.The perennial Norris Trophy finalist can smell blood in the water and knows when to pounce. He can propel himself through the neutral zone and rip off a power slapshot or, like Carcharodon carcharias, who can leap out of the water when attacking prey, Burns is known to mimic the same devastating impact on an opponent.  Both have quickness and the ability to twist and turn while finishing in the biggest of moments. Blacktip reef sharks propel themselves out of the water and rotate their bodies when feeding, similarly how Labanc uses his 5-11 stature, quick feet and soft hands to find the back of the net. Not a top maneater, this shark can still attack when provoked, much like this New York native who has some bite to him as well. (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/9/43/erik-karlsson-blue-shark-072719-getty-ftrjpeg_83u65ttsbadr1b5glcra1zua3.jpeg?t=910125476&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/77/9b/kevin-labanc-blacktip-reef-shark-072719-getty-ftrjpeg_1jqmiz9depoee10v4l2ygk37i5.jpeg?t=913346492&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/dd/2c/martin-jones-basking-shark-072719-getty-ftrjpeg_ksyzy194lo9r1dlxpyb2fhnjd.jpeg?t=911724428&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images/Google) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/a7/2/tomas-hertl-grey-reef-sharks-072719-getty-ftrjpeg_13h0pknl1t57z1kgat9z1vlzgw.jpeg?t=912716964&w=500&quality=80 Martin Jones: Basking sharkNot the prettiest, not the most graceful but envelops everything around them — yes we’re talking about basking sharks and Martin Jones. The actual shark opens its jaws up and swallows whatever is in their path, and while Jones may have struggled in the regular season and the start of the playoffs, he did a better job of recreating this in in the later rounds. Britain could be home to its first native shark, experts believe – the basking shark pic.twitter.com/4hIuNAhRLi— ITV News (@itvnews) August 3, 2017Also of note, this shark is the second largest next to a whale shark and let’s be frank: goalies are big with all that equipment on. So obviously, we had to take a look at the Sharks roster and compare some of the franchise’s key players to, well, actual sharks.last_img read more

Amel Tuka running for a Medal today!

first_img(Source: nap.ba) The best B&H athlete, Amel Tuka, today will run the final race at 800 meters for the first medal from the World Championship in Athletics held in Beijing.You can watch the race at Face TV at 2:55 p.m., and in some cities in B&H will be organized public watching of the race.Good luck Amel!last_img