73 Armstrong St, Hermit ParkMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“I’ve got 61 inspections registered in my system for 73 Armstrong St,” he said. “People just love that North Queensland feel that Hermit Park has and you’ve also got Hermit Park State School which everyone wants to send their kids to.” During the recent decline in real estate prices across Townsville, suburbs such as Hermit Park have been bucking the trend.It has emerged as one of Townsville’s fastest-selling suburbs thanks to large lots and classic Queenslander-style houses perfect for renovation and upgrading. According to historians, Hermit Park originated from the name of the home of one of its most colourful residents, Leopold Ferdinand Sachs, a banker known to hold great parties at his home at the end of The Avenue, Hermit Park. 73 Armstrong St, Hermit ParkHERMIT Park’s proximity to the city, large blocks, good schools and traditional style houses continues to draw buyers.The suburb’s median house price has risen 4.7 per cent in the past three months to $342,500 while rental yields remain healthy at 4.9 per cent for houses and 7.4 per cent for units.Dean Dank from Explore Property Townsville sold 73 Armstrong St this month for $690,000.He said it was snapped up by a local family who liked the location close to the city, the home’s traditional Queenslander style and the size of the property.“They liked it because it was legal height underneath and it had heaps of rooms with two bedrooms upstairs and a study, three bedrooms downstairs, living areas on both levels, a deck and a veranda,” he said.Mr Dank said Hermit Park houses always attracted plenty of interest and had good attendance at open homes. 73 Armstrong St, Hermit ParkBy the 1880s, Hermit Park had become a place where well-to-do residents of Townsville moved to get away from the city, building large, elegant Queenslanders which are still sought after today. In 1902, St Matthew’s Anglican Church in Queens Rd was built. During the 1920s, St Joseph’s Catholic School opened in Norris St and Hermit Park State Primary School opened in 1924. In 1949, the Regent and Rising Sun Cinemas opened in Charters Towers Rd.By the 1970s, Hermit Park was classified as a low socio-economic area, but by the 2001 Census, its residents’ income equalled Townsville’s average wage and was higher than most of the western suburbs. Today Hermit Park is well placed to be one of the city’s premium suburbs and is only 5km from the CBD.
Federer fell short of reaching a ninth title as he lost 7-6 (7-5) 1-6 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 13-12 (7-3) at Centre Court. It was a match that became the first Wimbledon final to go to a tie-break at 12-12 in the decider before Djokovic earned his fifth championship. A point to leave you breathless 😱@RogerFederer and @DjokerNole put on quite the show in a #Wimbledon final to remember… pic.twitter.com/MTHWrQsKdA— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 14, 2019Here are seven crazy stats from Djokovic’s win:Sunday’s match is the longest final in Wimbledon history as the final ended after four hours and 55 minutes. It featured 68 games, 422 points (218 for Federer and 204 for Djokovic) and 35 aces.Djokovic’s win marked his 16th major title, and his fifth Wimbledon title. He’s now 3-0 against Federer in Wimbledon finals.The Djokovic-Federer match marked the first time a men’s Grand Slam final has gone 6-6 in the fifth set since 2009 Wimbledon. That was when Federer outlasted Andy Roddick 16-14 in the fifth set. A Wimbledon final hasn’t gone five sets since 2014, which was when No. 1 seed Djokovic defeated No. 4 seed Federer.Sunday’s final was the 13th time at Wimbledon that Djokovic has won the first set and then dropped the second.With Djokovic’s two match points saves allowing him to reach the fifth-set tiebreaker, he became the first man since 1948 to save championship points in the final and go on to win. At 37 years and 340 days old, Federer would have become the oldest men’s Grand Slam winner in the Open era (since 1968) if he pulled off the win. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic put on quite a show during the Wimbledon final Sunday in a match that set a number of records.Sunday’s marathon battle won’t be forgotten anytime soon as Djokovic edged out Federer in a wild back-and-forth match that marked the longest final in history at the All England Club.
Loss Jenkins. Â Win. Horyna. W â€” Gaylor. L â€” DeJarnett.Circle 11, Wellington 21 2 3 4 5 6 7 Â Â R Â H Â EWHS Â Â 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Â Â 2 Â Â 6 Â 4CHS Â Â 3 1 2 3 1 3 x Â Â 11 Â 8 Â 2 Wellington00000300â€”3 9 4 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Getting to Towanda has been a challenge for the Wellington baseball teams in 2013. The Wellington-Circle softball-baseball games had been postponed three other times because of the fickle Kansas weather.But the doubleheaders got played Tuesday afternoon, even if another double-header with Andover scheduled on Tuesday (another make-up) had to be canceled to make way for the league game. Unfortunately for both Crusader varsity squads it was a tough evening. Both teams got sweptâ€¦WHS Baseball:Wellington’s baseball team can’t seem to shake this losing streak. The Crusaders fell to 3-13 for the season with a 4-3 and 11-2 double-header loss to Circle.In game one, Wellington took Circle into extra innings but could not seal the deal – a problem the team has had all season.Circle had a 1-0 lead after two and 3-0 after four. Then in the top of the sixth, Wellington made its move with a three-run inning. Junior Parker Daugherty smacked a 2BI single and Trevor Nance had a RBI double to knot the game up at 3-all.That scored remained until the bottom of the eighth when Circle scored the game-winning run.Wellington had nine hits but committed four errors. Circle had eight hits and had two errors. Jalen Macias started and received four hits, walked six and struck out five. He had an ERA of 1.17. Ben DeJarnett came in relief and was attributed with the loss in two innings pitched although he did not give up an earned run. DeJarnett gave up a hit and walked. He also struck out one player for a 0.00 ERA.Nance had a .750 on-base percentage and had a 1.00 slugging percentage.In the second game, Wellington fell behind 7-1 in the first four innings and didn’t threaten thereafter, losing 11-2. Wellington again committed four errors.Gage Dunn was the losing pitcher for Wellington. The Crusaders were to host Clearwater today, but the weather doesn’t look good for a doubleheader at Sellers Park.Circle 4, Wellington 3 Game 2: Circle 11 Wellington 9 Loss. Hefley. Â Win. Horyna Girls softball:Wellington fell to 9-7 for the season with a couple of close losses to Circle. The Crusaders lost the first game in the bottom of the seventh to Circle 7-6. Wellington would lose the second 11-9.In the first game Wellington would take a 5-0 lead but saw Circle comeback and tie the game with five runs in the bottom of the third and fourth innings. Wellington broke the tie with a run in the top of the seventh when Ryleigh Buck tripled and came home on a Kailey Jenkins sacrifice.But in the bottom half of the inning Circle singled and double and came home on an error for the win.Despite getting nine hits, Wellington gave up 10 hits and committed two errors. Wellington’s Ashley Collins also got a triple for the game.In the second game, Wellington had one of those bad innings it had against El Dorado the night before. Circle would score 10 runs in one inning alone to take a 10-3 lead after four innings. Wellington would respond with six runs in the top of the fifth but could not get that extra run. Take out that one bad inning and Wellington wins this one going away 9-1.Wellington is supposed to host Clearwater tonight. But the weather isn’t looking good. WHS Â 0 3 2 0 0 0 1. Â Â Â Â 6. 10. 2CHS. 0 0 2 3 0 0 2. Â Â Â Â 7. 9. 2 Game 1: Circle 7 Wellington 6 Oathout. Â 1/5. 1 runMcComb. 0/3. 1 run. 2 bbHefley. 1/5. 1 run. doubleBuck. 2/4. 2 run. 1 RBI. 1 bb. doubleJenkins. 2/4. 2 run. 3 RBIHamel. 0/2. 1 run. 2 bbP Adams. 2/4. 3 RBIMullen. Â 2/4. 1 RBIZimmerman. 1/3Â 1 runCollins. 0/1. W – Hyslop Â Â L – G. Dunn Circle01020001â€”4 8 2 Oathout â€” 0/3McComb â€” 2/3 Â 1 run Â 1 bbHefley â€” 0/4Buck â€” 2/2. 2 run 2 bb. Dbl. tripleJenkins â€”1/3. Â 3 RBI Â doubleHamel â€” 1/4. Â 1 runP â€”Â 1/3. Â 1 run. 1 RBI. 1 bbCornejo â€” 0/2. Â 1 run. 1 bbCollins â€” 3/3. Â 2 RBI. Triple Whs. 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 Â Â Â Â 9. 11. 6CHS. 0 0 0 10 1 0 x. Â Â 11. 11. 3 JV girls softball:Â Wellington 18 Circle 0Wellington 7 Circle 1.JV softball record is 11-5. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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