2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.WITH a rooftop terrace and spiral staircase this duplex could easily be mistaken for a trendy bar in Palm Beach.The ultra-stylish duplex sold under the hammer on the weekend for $1.168 million.Andy Hogarth and Lauara Dean from McGrath Palm Beach marketed the property which sold to an interstate buyer.2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.Homeowners Cory Hinds and Jasmine Haran bought the block last year to create the ‘entertainers dream’.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:45Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:45 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Summer Dream Home: Currumbin01:45 Related videos 01:45Summer Dream Home: Currumbin01:34Paradise for sale…01:16Dream home: Broadbeach Waters01:33Dream Home: New Farm01:36Dream Home: Brookfield01:00Mermaid BeachMr Hinds said the home was only completed late last year.“Jasmine and I noticed there wasn’t many three story designs in the area and we wanted to create something unique,” he said.2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.The couple said they originally knocked down the older style house on the block to make way for the trendy designs.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We decided to subdivide the block and get more out of it,” Mr Hinds said.“It is our first house project so we are really excited to be living in the other duplex.”2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.Mr Hinds said he grew up in Burleigh and loved the southern end of the Gold Coast.“Palm Beach was our top pick for building a home like this,” he said.“The plan has been in the pipeline for the past two-and-a-half years and Jasmine and I are really impressed with how its turned out.“It is exactly what we had imagined, maybe even better.”Mr Hinds said the couple originally planned to put up a stylish screen on the front balcony to hide the spiral staircase.2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.“In the end we decided against it because the spiral staircase made a feature out of itself and it looked great from the street,” he said.The 28-year old said the rooftop captures hinterland views from Burleigh Headland to Mt Warning.The duplex is packed with modern technology including a fingerprint entry and tile heating.A freestanding bath is the showpiece of the ensuites main bedroom.2/7 Boodera Road, Palm Beach.
MOTORCYCLIST Heemand Boodhram is looking to translate his recent results in the first leg of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) 2017 to the local race meeting in just under two weeks’ time.Boodhram, who made his maiden voyage to Jamaica this year, was quick to learn the tricky Jamwest Circuit and he made it onto the podium with a second-place finish, before mechanical troubles cost him the third race. translateHowever, he is keen to reproduce that form that gave him his first podium in the Land of Wood and Water and promises fireworks come July 2 when the Second National Race of Champions is hosted by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC).“Jamaica was great. The bike was working wonderfully and I rode it the way it should be ridden. I’m really feeling positive after that outing and this time around, I’ll be aboard a different Yamaha R6,” he added.Stephon, as he is commonly known around the track, has also set himself some personal goals ahead of the meet.He added, “I know South Dakota pretty well, better than I know Jamwest for sure and I was able to pick up a second there, so there’s no doubt that I’ve set myself the goal of bettering the two thirds I had last November.”He is not, however, taking the July 2 event lightly, especially considering that the fact that he plans to continue improving his race craft.“From next Thursday I am going up to the track to get some more work in, try and get faster and improve the bike setup. At the moment I am comfortable but at the same time, I want to get better and you can’t get better by sitting at home and turning up on race day only.”His bike is sponsored by Sahadeo Mining and Security Company and D. Boodhram & Sons and bears the number 95 sticker.The event is sponsored by Ansa McAl, Prem’s Electrical, B.M. Soat, Mohamed’s Enterprise, Ready Mix, Special Auto, Japarts, Ticket Master, Palm Court, KGM, MAC Batteries, S. Jagmohan Hardware Supplies and Construction, L Mahabir and Sons Cambio and Choke Gas Station.
DeCourcy’s best of 30 years: Sporting News’ Mike DeCourcy ranks the best games he has witnessed from 30 years’ worth of NCAA Tournament coverage. The thrill of victory…: Sporting News staff recall their favorite memories of the NCAA Tournament. …And the agony of defeat: Sporting News staff recalls their most heartbreaking memories from the NCAA Tournament. Get your tissues ready. MORE: Watch March Madness games live & on-demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)With so many heavyweights remaining, there should be plenty of close games coming up. We’re at the point when even the 1-seeds must go up against tough opposition. North Carolina will face Auburn, Gonzaga will face Florida State and Duke will play Virginia Tech this week in the Sweet 16. Even better matchups could arrive in the Elite Eight over the weekend. Sporting News is here to make sure you know how to tune in to the next two rounds of March Madness. Here’s everything you’ll need to know to watch the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight matchups both live on TV and streaming online.SN’s MARCH MADNESS HQLive NCAA bracket | Live scoreboard | Full TV scheduleTV channels, live stream for Sweet 16 gamesThe NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16 and Elite 8 will be broadcast by TBS and CBS. CBS holds the broadcast rights for the Final Four (April 6) and national championship (April 8) games.The primary outlet for live-streaming 2019 NCAA Tournament games is March Madness Live, the NCAA’s digital platform available on desktop and by downloading the mobile app. You can also stream games live by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, Bill Raftery and Tracy Wolfson are CBS’s lead broadcast team and will call the Final Four national semifinals and championship game.MORE: Ranking every Sweet 16 team’s chances to win it allNCAA Tournament schedule 2019South RegionalLouisville, Ky.March 28, 30CBS, TBSWest RegionalAnaheim, Calif.March 28, 30CBS, TBSEast RegionalWashington, D.C.March 29, 31CBS, TBSMidwest RegionalKansas City, Mo.March 29, 31CBSFinal FourMinneapolisApril 6CBSNational championshipMinneapolisApril 8CBSMORE: How to watch, stream every NCAA Tournament game onlineMarch Madness Sweet 16 scheduleThursday, March 28MatchupTimeTV(1) Gonzaga 72, (4) Florida State 587:09 p.m. ETCBS(3) Purdue 99, (2) Tennessee 947:29 p.m. ETTBS(3) Texas Tech 63, (2) Michigan 449:39 p.m. ETCBS(1) Virginia 53, (12) Oregon 499:59 p.m. ETTBSFriday, March 29MatchupTimeTV(2) Michigan State 80, (3) LSU 637:09 p.m. ETCBS(5) Auburn 97, (1) UNC 807:15 p.m. ETTBS(1) Duke 75, (4) Virginia Tech 739:39 p.m. ETCBS(2) Kentucky 62, (3) Houston 589:59 p.m. ETTBSMarch Madness Elite Eight scheduleSaturday, March 30MatchupTimeTV(3) Texas Tech 75, (1) Gonzaga 696:09 p.m. ETTBS(1) Virginia 80, (3) Purdue 758:49 p.m. ETTBSSunday, March 31MatchupTimeTV(5) Auburn 77, (2) Kentucky 712:20 pm. ETCBS(2) Michigan State 68, (1) Duke 675:05 p.m. ETCBSWhen does Match Madness 2019 end?March Madness will conclude on April 8 with the national championship game in Minneapolis. From there, it will be roughly seven months before college basketball starts back up again.Printable 2019 NCAA Tournament bracketYou can get an updated, printable NCAA Tournament bracket here to fill out before the tournament begins. Sporting News will continue to update the bracket as games are played.March Madness features from Sporting News”40 Minutes of Hell” to Hog Heaven: Nolan Richardson’s 1993-94 Arkansas team will go down as one of the most fun SEC title-winning teams of all time. It was something he built, one minute at a time.A barrier-breaking title: The 1961-62 Cincinnati Bearcats made history when they started four black players in their NCAA title game win over Ohio State. We remember the importance of that groundbreaking win.An Oral History of Steph Curry’s 2008 Breakout: In 2008, a little-known, baby-faced guard from Davidson completely took over the NCAA Tournament.Upset City: Reliving the wildest opening venue in NCAA Tournament history.The Fagan Jinx: They’re not just upset “alerts” when Sporting News’ Ryan Fagan is in attendance. Recapping the many improbable upsets Fagan has been on hand to witness. More than a timeout: The 1993 NCAA Tournament is more than Chris Webber’s ill-fated timeout in the national championship game against UNC. Danny and the Miracles: Recalling Kansas’ improbable 1988 title run.Chalmers’ shot still resonates: Mario Chalmers never gets tired talking about his 3-pointer against Memphis in 2008. The 2019 NCAA Tournament was not kind to underdogs in its first two rounds. No. 12 Oregon was the only double-digit seed to advance to the Sweet 16, and its status as a power conference school diminishes its Cinderella appeal.But don’t confuse the lack of upsets so far with a lack of competition: 1-seed Duke almost lost to UCF on Sunday, needing a defensive stop as time expired to advance, while 2-seed Tennessee required overtime to beat Iowa in the Round of 32.