183 Evelyn St, GrangeThe home has airconditioning and fans throughout, a double-car garage with workshop and water tank, and upgraded electrical, plumbing, roof and guttering. The Grange property is within the Wilston State School catchment. The home is being marketed by Garry Jones and Craig Lea from McGrath Wilston and will be auctioned on February 25 at 2pm. 183 Evelyn St, Grange will go under the hammer on February 25THIS renovated colonial home is new to the market in Grange and will go under the hammer later this month. The property at 183 Evelyn St gives buyers all the character of an older home with the hard work of a renovation already done.The home has a charming street presence with white picket fence and a well presented facade. 183 Evelyn St, GrangeBi-fold doors open the kitchen out to the north facing deck, which has an outdoor kitchen and connects to the level yard. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite while the second bedroom has French doors that open to the deck and the third bedroom has a built-in robe. The fourth bedroom could be used as a second living area. 183 Evelyn St, GrangeThe timber stairs lead up to the shaded front veranda and on into the home, which is all on one level. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The open plan living, dining and kitchen area has VJ walls, timber floors and high ceilings. The kitchen has a traditional feel and modern appointments including stainless steel appliances.
“The ref let all these challenges today happen. When the ball comes in the box, Burnley are always dangerous. “They stayed completely in the game, they just did what they wanted to do. It is frustrating because we should have scored much earlier.” Liverpool can still break Manchester City’s record points haul of 100 two seasons ago, but will now need to win all three of their remaining matches against Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle. Klopp has insisted he is not looking to rewrite the record books, but there was no sign of the German easing up with a first title in 30 years long since won. Robertson and Sadio Mane were recalled from the side that won 3-1 at Brighton on Wednesday with only injured captain Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold missing from Klopp’s strongest XI. Loading… But the Reds were made to pay for a host of missed chances when Jay Rodriguez’s fine finish earned a point to further Burnley’s late push for a place in Europe next season. “We left the door open, we didn’t close it. We should have scored two, three, four goals at least,” said Klopp, who was also irked by referee David Coote’s lenient attitude to Burnley’s physical approach. Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope (left) kept Liverpool at baySalah’s double in midweek kept him in the running for a third Golden Boot in as many seasons at Liverpool and only Nick Pope in the Burnley goal prevented the Egyptian closing in on Jamie Vardy at the top of the scoring charts.Pope turned a fiercely struck Salah volley over before spreading himself well to deny Liverpool’s top scorer in another one-on-one.The opening goal came from a much more unlikely source as Fabinho picked out Robertson’s run and the Scotland captain looped a header into the far corner for his first goal since November.Pope and Liverpool’s Alisson Becker are battling for the Golden Glove and the England international showed why he is in the lead with 14 clean sheets as he kept his side in the game once more before half-time to turn Mane’s powerful shot over the bar.Andy Robertson (left)opened the scoring for Liverpool against BurnleyChances continued to come and go for the hosts after the break. Remarkably, despite Liverpool’s home form, their number nine is still yet to score at Anfield in the league this season as Roberto Firmino hit the post to extend his wait for a home goal.Liverpool’s profligacy was punished 21 minutes from time when Rodriguez’s brilliant finish from James Tarkowski’s knock-down beat Alisson from the edge of the area.Burnley then had the best chance to win the game in the final stages as Alisson flapped at another set-piece and the ball fell for substitute Johann Berg Gudmundsson, who hit the crossbar.“That would be pushing it a bit,” admitted Burnley boss Sean Dyche had his side snatched victory.“Forget there is no one here. It’s still very difficult to come here against sides like that. Read Also: Video: The moment Mourinho walks out of virtual press conference“They don’t give you a breather. We felt if we could stay in it as the game wore on we might find moments and we did.”A prized point moves Dyche’s men up to ninth, with eighth possibly good enough for a place in the Europa League should Manchester City’s two-season ban from European competitions be upheld.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Jurgen Klopp was frustrated by Liverpool’s lack of killer instinct as Burnley became the first visiting side to avoid defeat at Anfield in the Premier League for 18 months in a 1-1 draw on Saturday. Andy Robertson’s first-half header had the champions on course to maintain their perfect home record this season and close in on a record points tally for the English top flight.
A 63-year-old former policeman was sentenced to 17 years’ imprisonment Thursday on a charge of raping a woman at his home in 2010.Justice Hayden St Clair-Douglas imposed the sentence on Andy Allan, after he was found guilty of the offence by a nine-member jury at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain last December. The judge had initially considered a15-year sentence but in weighing the both the aggravating and mitigating factors, he increased the sentence by two years.St Clair-Douglas said there were no mitigating factor to consider. The judge said there were a number of aggravating factors including the convict’s former profession, and the fact that he put her through the trauma of testifying at the trial.Allan, who represented himself was charged with raping the woman at his home on March 27, 2010. The prosecution argued that at the time of the incident, he was a netball coach and that the victim was a member of the team. On the day in question, the woman had gone to Allan’s home to collect uniforms she and her teammates needed to take part in a competition that was to take place the next day.During the trial, the woman testified that Allan told her she could go to his bedroom and try on the uniform but while doing so, he entered the room and proceeded to rape her.In his defence, Allan claimed that he and the woman shared a close relationship and that on a monthly basis, he would deposit money into her bank account. He admitted having intercourse with the woman on the day in question but denied he had forced her into doing so and that he even dropped her off at her home afterwards.Allan also contended that it was only after the woman’s boyfriend found out about their secret relationship that she went on to report to incident to police. All of these claims were denied by the woman.