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first_img58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.After more than eight years at their Springfield Lakes home Ajay and Shweta Jain are looking for a bigger property.The couple who have two children, aged 11 and 9, have loved living at 58 Carnarvon Ave. Mr Jain said he hoped to find a bigger home close to where they already live but with a swimming pool for their children.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a 448sq m block has been repainted inside, new kitchen appliances and new grass in the backyard. 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The Jains had been looking for the perfect property for a long time and said they liked this home in particular because the bedrooms were towards the back of the home providing plenty of privacy.Mr Jain said the home would best suit a young family.“We chose to live here because it’s a nicely developed area, and because of the schools,” he said.“There’s walkways, parks and tennis courts all around here.” 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.Electricity bills could be kept low with gas hot water and gas cooking.Mrs Jain said her two children loved the backyard and spent plenty of time outside.“It’s a private area,” she said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mrs Jain’s favourite part of her home is the kitchen where she does a lot of baking for her home-based cake business.center_img The kitchen area at 58 Carnarvon Av, Springfield Lakes.The property is at the top of a hill on the highest position of the street.Ray White – Waterford selling agent Ash Chawla said there was plenty of space in the backyard to add a large trampoline for kids to play.Mr Chawla said the patio looked out on to the low maintenance lawn.The property is close to Regatta Lake, and Springfield Lakes Boulevard oval. The Carnarvon St home is being sold with offers over $479,000.last_img read more

first_imgHeerenveen winger, Chidera Ejuke, has opened up on how he missed a chance to feature for Premier League giants, Liverpool four years ago. “If I had taken that chance, it would have been a different story, but it was a good experience. That missed opportunity became a source of motivation for me and it helped me grow as a player. I had tasted Europe and now I wanted more.” The forward left Nigeria in 2017 after playing for Gombe United in the NPFL to start his European career in Norway with Valerenga. Ejuke made a key impact during his two-year stay with the Intility Arena outfit which saw a number of European clubs jostle for his signature. The winger, however, signed for Dutch club Heerenveen in the summer of 2019 after snubbing interests from Besiktas, Lazio and Roma. Since his arrival at Abe Lenstra Stadium, the 22-year-old has scored 10 goals and provided six assists in 29 appearances across all competitions and ended the 2019-20 season as one of the top dribblers in the Dutch top-flight. read also:Amuneke to Rohr: Chidera Ejuke, Awoniyi deserve Eagles chance The forward has represented Nigeria at the U17 and U20 level and will hope to continue his development with the Super Frisians in the 2020-2021 season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…center_img The forward revealed he was scouted at the age of 18 and went on to have a trial with the Reds but failed to impress at Anfield and had to return to Nigeria disappointed. The 22-year-old, who shone for Heerenveen during the 2019-20 campaign, revealed the incident has always inspired him to perform better. “When I was just 18-years-old and still living in Nigeria, there was a scouting programme on the other side of the country,” Ejuke told Voetbal. “I was picked out together with three peers by a scout from England. We were allowed to have a trial at Liverpool. It was the first time that I left my country and then also for an internship in my dream competition. “We were warmly welcomed at Liverpool. We did an internship there for a few weeks, it went pretty well, but I probably wasn’t good enough. “Liverpool was not interested and so we had to return to Nigeria. That was just as tough. This was the opportunity I had been dreaming about all these years and if it doesn’t work out, it’s bitter. It felt like I had let down my agent and my family.last_img read more

first_imgWe might be living in a mash-up soaked society, but some are just too cool to ignore. That’s the case with this free mini-game from Star Wars: Force Collection created by Konami and LucasArts that features the classic game Contra with a Star Wars overhaul for iPhones, iPads and Android devices.In the game, you run and flip through four Endor-themed levels as Chewbacca blasting Stormtroopers with your bowcaster.Star Wars: Force Collection is actually a digital collectible card game where players amass a variety of cards, build decks, design blueprints, and take on challengers while figuring out whether they will land on the dark side or not. The game takes its inspiration from the six existing feature films, but will most likely include The Force Awakens-inspired characters around the film’s December 18 release date.The Chewbacca-starring Contra is part of a new update. Beating the mini-game will earn players an exclusive trophy for the main game. Other new additions to the main game include the appearance of a boss battle mode as well as C-3PO and R2-D2.Konami launched Contra in 1987 as an arcade game that was ported over to the NES the following year. The game featured a pair of soldiers named Bill and Lance running through levels taking out enemy soldiers and larger artillery. The game was tough, but offered plenty of fun from the wild level designs to the weapon power ups.If Konami and LucasArts are looking for other games to combine with the greatness of Star Wars, may I suggest Castlevania with Boba Fett, Lethal Enforcers with Han, and Leia or Dance Dance Revolution with Sy Snootles.last_img read more