The kitchen at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.The master bedroom has sliding door access to the patio. Upstairs, the home features two spacious living areas with high ceilings, and a big kitchen with coloured cabinetry. The upstairs living spaces open to the wraparound veranda, which looks out over the yard with established gardens and lawn. One of the living areas at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.“So I said he had to come and design me a house.“We wanted it to be different but we wanted it to blend into the area as well.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“Everything around us was old Queenslander style so that’s why we went with arched roof and the verandas.“The place is designed to be pretty open plan — upstairs is basically two interconnected pavilions.” The home has three bedrooms with built-in robes and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath on the lower level. The home at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.THIS architecturally designed home is on an elevated 700sq m block.The split-level home at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba has plenty of indoor and outdoor living, new carpets and fresh paint.Owner Rodney Jess said the home was built 23 years ago.“It was designed by an architect from Holland who was doing stuff a bit different,” he said “I was driving around Clear Mountain when I saw this house I liked.“I knocked on the door and asked who their builder was and the man said he was actually the architect. The veranda at 17 Butleigh Ct, Narangba.At the front of the home there is a double carport with two roller doors offering security. There is also a water tank and a fully-powered shed.Mr Jess said his favourite parts of the home were the veranda and the entryway. “The entry is actually a bridge — you walk in and can look up to see the roof or look downstairs.”
Ben Chapman won the Tuesday qualifying feature for Northern SportMods at Super Nationals. (Photo by Carl Larson)BOONE, Iowa (Sept. 4) – Ben Chapman beat the rain and beat the rest of the Northern SportMod field to win a front row starting spot at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.Chapman topped the Tuesday qualifier cut a lap short by rain and will start at the front of the middle row in Saturday’s main event at Boone Speedway.He’d worked his way up from seventh starting and into the lead on the ninth of 25 circuits, then stayed in front of ninth starting Jake McBirnie over the final circuits.Lining up behind Chapman and McBirnie in the big show will be fellow top eight finishers Austin Luellen, Reese Coffee, Arie Schouten, 2017 runner-up Cory Rose, Doug Cook and Cody Thompson.Luellen had started 13th, Coffee 21st, Rose 27th and Cook 15th. Mark Rodgers was disqualified from a transfer spot because of an illegal carburetor.Rose and Cook both make career fourth main event starts. McBirnie is in for the third time, Chapman and Schouten both for the second and Coffee, Luellen and Thompson each for the first.Qualifying feature results – 1. Ben Chapman, Clarence; 2. Jake McBirnie, Boone; 3. Austin Luellen, Minburn; 4. Reese Coffee, Hinton; 5. Arie Schouten, Blair, Neb.; 6. Cory Rose, Boone; 7. Doug Cook, Algona; 8. Cody Thompson, Sioux City; 9. Jake Sachau, Denison; 10. Jarett Franzen, Maquoketa; 11. Rusty Montagne, North Sioux City, S.D.; 12. Vern Jackson, Waterloo; 13. Eric Bassett, Mankato, Minn.; 14. Brian Konz, LeMars; 15. Travis Burger, Manhattan, Kan.; 16. Jared Waterman, Milan, Ill.; 17. Hunter Longnecker, Woodward; 18. Dallas Nutt, Armstrong; 19. Robby Rosselli, Minot, N.D.; 20. Colby Fett, Algona; 21. Wes Hochstein, Randolph, Neb.; 22. Ryan King, Tama; 23. Dustin Lynch, Boone; 24. Doug McCollough, Webster City; 25. Lucas Lamberies, Clintonville, Wis.; 26. Kole Nordquist, Beresford, S.D.; 27. Keith Brown Jr., Pittsburg, Calif.; 28. Kyle Bentley, Fairbank; 29. Jeff Lloyd, LeCenter, Minn.
Tipperary Camogie players are eager to have another crack at Limerick on Saturday afternoon.The Treaty County travel to Semple Stadium to try get their season back on track after a 19 point hammering at the hands of Cork last weekend.The Premier were also defeated by Cork in their first game of the All Ireland Championship at home, and to have a clear chance of qualifying from their group must beat Limerick on Saturday. Photo © Tipp FM & Denis Vahey Photography Tipp player Cáit Devane says that they’ll go hell for leather against Limerick.And we have full live coverage of that game here on Tipp FM on Saturday brought to you in association with L.I.T
5:50 p.m.: Jeff McNeil just accomplished something very weird: a 5-unassisted putout. 5:38 p.m.: Through 5 1/3, the Mets and the Braves are still locked in a 0-0 tie.MLB schedule 2020Fans looking to take in some national baseball can tune in to these nationally televised games over the weekend:Friday, July 24GameStart timeChannelBraves vs. Mets4 p.m. ETESPNTigers vs. Reds6 p.m. ETMLB NetworkBrewers vs. Cubs7 p.m. ETESPNMariners vs. Astros9 p.m. ETMLB NetworkAngels vs. A’s10 p.m. ETESPNSaturday, July 25GameStart timeChannelBrewers vs. Cubs1 p.m. ETFoxPirates vs. Cardinals2 p.m. ETMLB NetworkGiants vs. Dodgers4 p.m. ETFoxYankees vs. Nationals7 p.m. ETFoxDiamondbacks vs. Padres9 p.m. ETFS1Sunday, July 26GameStart timeChannelYankees vs. Nationals1 p.m. ETTBSAngels vs. A’s4 p.m. ETMLB NetworkBraves vs. Mets7 p.m. ETESPNGiants vs. Dodgers10 p.m. ETESPN Closing out the night is a must-watch matchup between the scrappy Athletics and a sneaky-underrated Angels squad, featuring the planet’s greatest player, Mike Trout.Thursday’s games had a little bit of everything that makes baseball great: slick defending, great pitching, dingers, starpower and more. With 13 games on today’s schedule, expect to see more of that.Sporting News will be tracking scores, highlights and more from today’s games below.MLB scoresSporting News will be tracking the latest scores here, and highlights below:GameStart timeScoreBraves vs. Mets4:10 p.m. ET1-0 Mets (Final)Tigers vs. Reds6:10 p.m. ET7-1 Reds (Final)Blue Jays vs. Rays6:40 p.m. ET6-4 Blue Jays (Final)Marlins vs. Phillies7:05 p.m. ET5-2 Marlins (Final)Brewers vs. Cubs7:10 p.m. ET3-0 Cubs (Final)Royals vs. Indians7:10 p.m. ET2-0 Indians (Final)Orioles vs. Red Sox7:30 p.m. ET13-2 Red Sox (Final)Rangers vs. Rockies8:05 p.m. ET1-0 Rangers (Final)Twins vs. White Sox8:10 p.m. ET10-5 Twins (Final)Pirates vs. Cardinals8:15 p.m. ET5-4 Cardinals (Final)Diamondbacks vs. Padres9:10 p.m. ET7-2 Padres (Final)Mariners vs. Astros9:10 p.m. ET8-2 Astros (Final)Dodgers vs. Giants9:40 p.m. ET9-1 Dodgers (Final)Angels vs. A’s10:10 p.m. ET7-3 A’s (Final)MLB Opening Day 2020 live updates, highlights2:06 a.m.: Ballgame.Having Matt Olson destroy a walk-off grand slam seems like a nice strategy for the A’s.pic.twitter.com/MJUFhMSKAu— Sporting News (@sportingnews) July 25, 20201:36 a.m.: We’re witnessing history! Angels-A’s is in extra innings, meaning the introduction of MLB’s new rule that places a runner at second base to begin bonus frames.12:09 a.m.: The two main figures in Thursday’s mixed response to the Black Lives Matter movement in LA met tonight.Mookie Betts knocked Sam Coonrod out of tonight’s game with an RBI single.— Sporting News MLB (@sn_mlb) July 25, 202011:15 p.m.: Not a great pitch from MadBum.Eric Hosmer is making sure Madison Bumgarner doesn’t enjoy his first start for Arizona.pic.twitter.com/DXGYLqyIz0— Sporting News MLB (@sn_mlb) July 25, 20209:49 p.m.: Kyle Hendricks finishes off a complete game shutout for the Cubs.9:23 p.m.: Mariners rookie Kyle Lewis just took Justin Verlander deep.9:03 p.m.: Luis Robert collects his first MLB hit.Welcome to the Luis Robert era.pic.twitter.com/0lpcPePXLS— Sporting News (@sportingnews) July 25, 20208:56 p.m.: Kepler just hit another home run.8:45 p.m.: The Twins got a first-pitch home run from Max Kepler to start their season and are continuing to roll tonight.8:15 p.m.: Here’s a surprise: Cavan Biggio and the Jays are taking the fight to Charlie Morton and the Rays. 7:57 p.m.: Ian Happ lives!7:46 p.m.: Joey Votto with some yardwork.6:52 p.m.: Cincinnati up 2-0 on the Tigers in Cincy, and Sonny Gray looks sharp through two innings.6:00 p.m.: Yoenis Cespedes goes DEEP to left to break the 0-0 tie in New York. Baseball, baseball, baseball.While the MLB season officially got underway Thursday, a nearly full slate of games comes your way Friday, with baseball being played deep into the night. It’s Opening Day for 26 teams, starting with an NL East matchup at 4:10 p.m. ET with Jacob deGrom taking on Mike Soroka and the World Series-hopeful Braves in New York.