This house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron, has just been leased. Picture: CoreLogic. The kitchen in the house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron. Picture: CoreLogic.Records show Lynn paid $842,000 for the property in 2014.It’s nowhere as swanky as the six-bedroom, five-bathroom home he actually lives in a few suburbs away in Windsor.That property set him back $1.7 million in January last year. Inside the house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron. Picture: CoreLogic.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe house, which was built in 1930, hasn’t been renovated, but sits on a huge 810 sqm block of land in one of Kedron’s best streets — perfect for a hit of backyard cricket.It’s also walking distance to public transport and bike paths, and accessible to the M3 and M7 tunnels. The backyard of the house at 54 Fifth Ave, Kedron. Picture: CoreLogic. Australian cricketer Chris Lynn. Picture: Phil Hillyard.PROFESSIONAL Australian cricketer Chris Lynn has rented out his investment property in Kedron.The large, three-bedroom Queenslander at 54 Fifth Avenue was listed for lease earlier this month for $400 a week and was snapped up in a matter of days. The Windsor home owned by cricketer Chris Lynn. The Windsor home owned by cricketer Chris Lynn.Brisbane born and raised, Lynn is a batsman for the Queensland Bulls, and also plays for the Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League.The 28-year-old made his One Day International debut for Australia against Pakistan in 2017.
The news of the first international flight from the airport threw officials of the Delta State government and indigenes of the state capital into frenzy celebrations.The Boeing 737 aircraft belonging to Max Air, one of Nigeria’s leading airlines touched down at exactly 5:22pm at the Asaba Airport to palpable excitement with members of the state Executive Council, a delegation from the Palace of the Asagba of Asaba and Deltans on ground to witness the historic event.Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and Captain Yahaya Pam, Pilot of the Max Air, described the facilities at the airport among the best in the country and of international standard.Speaking with journalists at the airport, Captain Yahaya Pam said the Asaba Airport runway was among the top three in the country. “It is very smooth, good and long in line with international standards,” adding that the ramp was topnotch.He commended the state government for the facilities at the airport.Okowa represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Honourable Festus Ovie Agas, described the event as a dream come true and a major feat in the fulfillment of the SMART agenda of the state government.He explained that the recent upgrade of the airport especially the improvement on the runway made the feat possible, stressing that a provisional approval was given to the airport to airlift the team to South Africa for their match against Bafana Bafana.Obi Ngozi Kowea, leader of the delegation from the Asagba of Asaba Palace, said that with the successful landing and subsequent take-off of the first international flight, critics of Governor Okowa have been proved wrong, and gave the assurance that the Asaba people were fully behind him in next year’s election and throughout his tenure in office.In their remarks, Delta State Commissioner for Information, Patrick Ukah, and the Director of the Asaba Airport Project, Mr. Austin Ayemidejor, said that the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority NCAA has upgraded the Asaba airport to category six.Members of the Super Eagles boarded the airplane with code number 5N-MHM at 6.55 pm in high spirit en-route the Republic of South Africa ahead of Saturday’s clash with the Bafana Bafana in an AFCON 2019 qualifying game. The contingent arrived Johannesburg at midnight Nigerian time.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Super Eagles players and officials boarding the first international flight out of the Asaba Airport …Thursday evening Super Eagles players and officials made history yesterday as the first passengers to fly out of the Asaba Airport on an international flight to South Africa.The three-time African champions were earlier scheduled to travel by road to Benin City to catch the chartered flight to Johannesburg for this weekend’s AFCON 2019 qualifier against South Africa.But aviation authorities who had declared that the chartered Boeing 737 aircraft belonging to Max Air may not be able to take off from the run way of the Asaba Airport due to technical issues, later gave the airline all-clear signal to land there to pick the Nigerian contingent.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 7, 2019 at 5:11 pm Contact Alex: email@example.com | @alexhamer8 For the second time in three days, Syracuse lost in straight sets, this time against No. 11 Marquette.Service errors and blocking misuses prevented the Orange from building early momentum, dropping the first set 25-12. Sophomore Elena Karakasi started at setter, just as she did against Baylor on Thursday, and finished with seven assists.The second set was a much tighter contest, despite Syracuse’s continuing struggles against Marquette’s hitters, leaving SU trailing 14-7 midway through the set. Looking for a spark from his bench, head coach Leonid Yelin inserted freshman setter Lauren Woodford into the match in place of Karakasi. Woodford’s consecutive aces helped ignite a Syracuse comeback, but Marquette’s dominance up front was too much for the Orange as they lost the set 25-23.Syracuse’s improved play continued into the third set, and it drew even at 16-16 after several Marquette attacking errors. After a Syracuse timeout, Marquette pulled away, as the Orange dropped the set 25-18. 2018 ACC freshman of the year Polina Shemanova led SU with 11 kills.Syracuse will look to get its first victory of the season on Friday against Morehead State as it begins a three-game stretch in the Kansas Tournament.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments