The outdoor area at 651 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Ms Lammie said Fig Tree Pocket was a family-orientated suburb.“There’s that really old-fashioned childhood feeling to it,” she said. “People ride horses, children can ride their bikes and the location is great; it’s so close to good schools.” 651 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.A young couple who relocated from Canberra will now call Fig Tree Pocket home.The couple bought the spacious five-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 651 Jesmond Rd for $1.62 million.Cathy Lammie Property selling agent Cathy Lammie said the couple were set to move into their new home last weekend. 651 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Ms Lammie said award-winning Tabrizi Homes created the stunning masterpiece.She said she received three written offers for the property. The home features a media room, a room downstairs perfect for when guests stay, and a swimming pool ideal for the summer months. The kitchen area at 651 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.Ms Lammie said the property was across the road from acres of parkland and just a three-minute walk from Fig Tree Pocket State School.The property, only 10km to the CBD, is also close to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
Fiammetta:This PCP could have been written July 8, 2010.That’s the date of “The Decision” heard ’round the world: the day LeBron James took his talents to South Beach. Clearly, it’s also the day sports writers were set for life with new phrases to annoy readers with.When LeBron ditched Cleveland for the greener (and warmer, in more ways than one) pastures of Miami, the Heat instantly became the most hated team…ever? I’m sure a bunch of old-guy sports historians would spend the rest of their lives debating that with me – no disrespect to the Bad Boys of the 1980s Detroit Pistons, the 2007 New England Patriots or any New York Yankees team ever, as much as it pains me to say it.Regardless, that’s not the point. Everyone wants to see how the Heat will fare in the NBA Playoffs, and given their recent three-game winning streak (with a 100-77 beat down of Boston sandwiched in the middle), all signs point to the sky for Miami. The Heat is – and really has been for the duration of the season – a remarkably underrated defensive team. Miami allows 94.9 points per game (seventh in the league) and holds a plus-7.3 scoring differential (tied with Chicago for tops in the league).Plus, they also have James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh. But you already knew that.Erickson:Apparently Phil Jackson’s team has lost the will to win.With only two games left until the playoffs, the Lakers have lost five consecutive games – despite their 55-25 record.Sure, L.A. has clinched its division and a spot in the playoffs, but going in on a losing streak isn’t exactly the best way to make it back to the NBA Finals.While the Heat has finally hit a winning streak, the Lakers’ losing streak is more concerning, especially considering they are the defending champions and they’ve had a strong season up to this point.With the losing streak comes a lack a confidence and frustration, which could be the kiss of death for any team headed into the playoffs.If the Lakers aren’t able to get back on track, they can give up any hope of achieving their third three-peat. If L.A. can turn things around and hit a hot streak, they might be able to achieve the NBA’s ultimate form of a hat trick. However, losing to the likes of Utah and Golden State – both of whom are wavering around the .500 mark and will miss the playoffs – in the midst of its season-end collapse doesn’t carry a lot of promise.The Lakers may have lost the drive that helps them be one of the league’s best teams year-in and year-out, but if they don’t find it soon, they might as well just hand over the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy now.
Will focus on building right attitude in players: SamantMumbai, Jul 13 (PTI) Newly appointed coach of seniorMumbai cricket team Vinayak Samant is keen to develop theright attitude in players who will, in turn, decide on hissuccess as a coach.The 46-year-old former Mumbai wicket-keeper-batsmanVinayak Samant pipped ex-India off-spinner Ramesh Powar andformer Rajasthan cricketer Pradeep Sundaram, who were in therace, for the post.”It is a tough responsibility. Sometimes the approachof our players is wrong and as a coach my focus will be toensure that the approach or attitude is not wrong,” Samanttold PTI today.Mumbai have won the Ranji Trophy for a record 41times, the last being in 2016.Samant, a First Class veteran, represented Mumbai andTripura during his cricketing career.”Obviously, a coach alone can’t do anything andplayers contribute to it. My success is in their (players)hands and it is important for me to co-ordinate with them.”It is important to be in their comfort zone and thatplayers have faith in me. Many players know me, so it will beeasy for me. But still it is challenging,” he said.”For two years we (Mumbai) have not been able to win(the Ranji Trophy), so this year there will be a little bitextra pressure on me (to win),” added Samant.According to Samant, the process is important and ifthat goes well, the outcome will also be good.Under Samant’s coaching, Mumbai U-23 had won the CKNayudu Trophy.advertisementAsked how will that stint be helpful, Samant said itwas all about confidence.”In cricket or in any sports it is all aboutconfidence. If you are confident, then all roads open.”For gaining confidence, it is important to practise.And the confidence which the players will gain from practiseis important.” PTI NRB SSRRSY RSY RSY