109 Camelot Close, Daintree, has a network of stone sculptures spread through the property including this Easter Island style head near the guesthouse.HUMP day might be tough but “adulting” is easy when you live in a full size Queensland treehouse in one of the world’s oldest rainforests — with fairies, mermaids and warriors in the garden.The Rainforest Hideaway sits in the Daintree rainforest at Cape Tribulation in Far North Queensland, offering not just a home but a source of income too.Agent Mark Whitham of Raine & Horne Port Douglas Mossman described it as a “superb rainforest hideaway”. What a charming barbecue spot. Big property changes starting July 1 Inside absurd $250 million mansion Tide has turned for Brisbane apartments For starters, the property has its own “self contained jungle treehouse” for adults.“Pictures tell a thousand words and you will see just how amazing this treehouse is,” was his take. “A generous sized jungle hut is also available for guests with large open living area can and has its own timber deck looking out into superb rainforest. All guest rooms have basic cooking facilities, jungle hut and bungalow have a gas BBQ.” Beautiful spot to contemplate nature.The five bedroom, four bathroom, four car space property is located at 109 Camelot Close, Daintree, in Far North Queensland. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Great spot for winter by that fireplace.“All tracks eventually lead to the beautiful rainforest creek via the grand staircase. There is even an extremely creative and inviting 9 hole mini golf course,” was how the agent listed the property.The entire business is solar powered so guests can live off-grid, Mr Whitham said. There are sculptures all along the network of trails around the property.“In all my years of real estate I have not seen another property which has so much on offer. The incredible warm feel of this magnificent place is overwhelming … It truly is a fantastic offering and a great lifestyle business.” More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoThe treehouse is full size and fully functional.The property includes “a network of trails dotted with incredible sculptures” that link all the buildings throughout the property including sculptures of Easter Island heads, mermaids, fairies in the garden, bench seats that blend into the earth — a veritable walkers’ wonderland. Fairies in the garden.Mr Whitham said the owners “serious about selling”.“In a nutshell the current owners have enjoyed 17 years creating and living this advantaged lifestyle business. Property is priced for land and improvements only and the holiday let income stream is an added bonus. Full training will be provided to the next lucky owners.”
Former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan believes that head coach of the side, Kwesi Appiah did not have him in his plans for the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.Gyan, who came off the bench against Cameroon and Tunisia, believes that this might have accounted for the lack of minutes at the competition.He said he accepted the coach’s decision not to start him but suggested that not using him off the bench a lot more was unfortunate.“I feel I wasn’t in Kwesi Appiah’s plans for the AFCON. With my 17 years of experience, I could tell.“If I’m not a starter, I accept it, that’s the coach’s decision but at least…,” he told Accra-based station, Joy FM, tailing off at the end.Gyan did not play in the Black Stars group opener against Benin but came off the bench in the 76th minute against Cameroon in the next game.He then remained on the bench for the game against Guinea Bissau, a match the Stars won 2-0.Against Tunisia in the Round of 16, Gyan came on in the 84th minute, with Ghana down by a goal and played a role in the own goal scored by the North Africans.He then played the full duration of extra time but did not take a penalty in the shootout as Ghana went out.The player is convinced that he could have made a big difference to the Stars’ performance at the tournament had he been a regular in the team.He feels that he was unable to make a significant impact for the Black Stars due to his limited gametime at the AFCON.“I think I could have made a difference if I had played more but that’s the coach’s decision,” Gyan addedGyan was particularly peeved by being left on the bench for the Black Stars’ match with Guinea-Bissau even when the Stars were 2-0 up.When Gyan was asked whether he believes Kwesi Appiah should remain as coach, he responded that the decision was not in his hands.“Those who employed me are the ones who’ll have to make that decision. They see the facts, they see what’s going on. The fans will also have their opinions but they will make the decision. Kwesi Appiah is a human being and he makes mistakes.”He, however, stated that he was still willing to play for the Black Stars under “any coach”, including Appiah, should he be called into the team.“Maybe he’s changed his decision. If I’m called, I’m available for the Black Stars”
Coaches from Bolivia, Albania, Equatorial Guinea, Dominican Republic, Fiji, Kuwait and Vanuatu have alleged that the 2013 Ballon d’Or votes were rigged, according to Catalan outlet La Xarxa and and Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo. Via Danish paper BT and Norway’s Dagbladet (h/t 101 Great Goals), the aforementioned coaches all suggest their original votes were recorded and published differently from what they had initially submitted. Jorvan Vieira, who coaches the Kuwait national team, reportedly told La Xarxa (via BT), “I think there has been any fraud here. I voted for (Zlatan) Ibrahimovic.” That despite FIFA’s official record of the submissions showing that he voted for Lionel Messi as the winner, followed by Neymar and the eventual winner, Cristiano Ronaldo. The same applies to the coach of the Fijian national team, Juan Carlos Buzzetti. FIFA recorded his vote with Ronaldo in first position ahead of Franck Ribery and Robert Lewandowski. He also insists his votes have been amended, claiming, “I voted for Cristiano, Messi and Ribery. I have in no way voted Lewandowski. He is not on par with the other three.” But the harshest, most colourful of all the criticism came from Albania’s coach, Gianni De Biasi. He didn’t hold back in a statement (NSFW), telling Mundo Deportivo what he thought of the scenario after his first-place vote for Ronaldo apparently changed to one for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. “I gave five points to Ronaldo, three to Messi and one to Ibrahimovic. I did not give five to Ibrahimovic,” De Biasi said. “This is bullshit and lies.” These allegations are the second within a week which refer to the Ballon d’Or votes being doctored, as Qatar national coach Fahad Al Zarraa previously claimed his president forced him to vote for Ronaldo, as per sportsfan.com. The showpiece event saw Ronaldo pick up the gong for the second time in his career, staving off competition from Messi and Ribery, who accompanied him on the three-man shortlist. Whilst it would be difficult to deny that Ronaldo deserved the award, these emerging allegations will cast doubts over the validity of the vote, especially after FIFA extended the voting deadline until after Ronaldo’s one-man show in the World Cup playoffs, according to Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail. The extension only served to raise suspicions that FIFA were pushing for a Ronaldo win after Sepp Blatter’s unsavoury remarks about the Portuguese winger. The FIFA president claimed back in November that Ronaldo has “more expenses at the hairdresser” than his great rival Messi, per The Guardian. Ronaldo scored a sensational 66 goals in 56 games in 2013, per BBC Sport. He’s started 2014 in excellent fashion too, scoring four times in Real Madrid’s first five games of 2014, per WhoScored.
MORE: Watch March Madness games live & on-demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)Sporting News will keep you updated with scores and schedules throughout the entire tournament, from the First Four to the national championship game.That said, here’s everything you need to know to tune in to the latest edition of March Madness:SN’s MARCH MADNESS HQLive NCAA bracket | Live scoreboard | Full TV scheduleMarch Madness TV channels, live streamThe NCAA Tournament will be broadcast across several stations, including truTV, CBS, TNT and TBS. TruTV will broadcast the First Four (March 19-20). CBS, truTV, TNT and TBS will all broadcast portions of the first- and second-round games from March 21-24. From there, the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight (March 28-31) will be covered exclusively by CBS and TBS. CBS hold broadcast rights for the Final Four (April 6) and national championship game (April 8).MORE: How to watch, stream every NCAA Tournament game onlineThe 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.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.BRACKET TIPS: KenPom | Play the odds | Idiot’s guide Download a printable NCAA Tournament bracket (PDF) above.NCAA Tournament schedule 2019(all times Eastern)RoundLocationDateTVFirst FourDayton, OhioMarch 19-20truTVFirst, second roundsHartford, Conn.March 21, 23CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsSalt Lake CityMarch 21, 23CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsDes Moines, IowaMarch 21, 23CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsJacksonville, Fla.March 21, 23CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsTulsa, Okla.March 22, 24CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsColumbus, OhioMarch 22, 24CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsColumbia, S.C.March 22, 24CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSFirst, second roundsSan Jose, Calif.March 22, 24CBS, truTV, TNT, TBSSouth 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 8CBSSN’s BRACKET GUIDES: SOUTH | EAST | WEST | MIDWESTFirst FourTuesday, March 19MatchupTimeTVFairleigh Dickinson 82, Prairie View A&M 766:40 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVBelmont 81, Temple 709:10 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVWednesday, March 20MatchupTimeTVNorth Dakota State 78, N.C. Central 746:40 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVArizona State 74, St. John’s 659:10 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVMORE BRACKET PICKS: DeCourcy (Duke) | Bender (Duke) | Fagan (Duke)First roundThursday, March 21MatchupTimeTV(10) Minnesota 86, (7) Louisville 7612:15 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) LSU 79, (14) Yale 7412:40 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(5) Auburn 78, (12) New Mexico State 771:30 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(4) Florida State 76, (13) Vermont 692:00 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(2) Michigan State 76, (15) Bradley 652:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(6) Maryland 79, (11) Belmont 773 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(4) Kansas 87, (13) Northeastern 533:50 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(12) Murray State 83, (5) Marquette 644:20 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(10) Florida 70, (7) Nevada 616:50 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(2) Kentucky 79, (15) Abelene Christian 447:10 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(6) Villanova 61, (11) Saint Mary’s 577:20 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(1) Gonzaga 87, (16) Fairleigh Dickinson 497:27 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(2) Michigan 74, (15) Montana 559:15 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(7) Wofford 84, (10) Seton Hall 689:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) Purdue 61, (14) Old Dominion 489:45 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(9) Baylor 78, (8) Syracuse 699:55 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVFriday, March 22MatchupTimeTV(10) Iowa 79, (7) Cincinnati 7212:15 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(9) Oklahoma 95, (8) Ole Miss 7212:40 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(3) Texas Tech 72, (14) Northern Kentucky 571:30 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(13) UC Irvine 70, (4) Kansas State 642:00 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(2) Tennessee 77, (15) Colgate 702:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(1) Virginia 71, (16) Gardner-Webb 563 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(6) Buffalo 91, (11) Arizona State 743:50 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(12) Oregon 72, (5) Wisconsin 544:20 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(9) Washington 78, (8) Utah State 616:50 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(1) Duke 85, (16) North Dakota State 627:10 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) Houston 84, (14) Georgia State 557:20 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(12) Liberty 80, (5) Mississippi State 767:27 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(1) North Carolina 88, (16) Iona 739:15 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(9) UCF 73, (8) VCU 589:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(11) Ohio State 62, (6) Iowa State 599:45 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(4) Virginia Tech 66, (13) Saint Louis 529:55 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTVSecond roundSaturday, March 23MatchupTimeTV(3) LSU 69, (6) Maryland 6712:10 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV( 2) Kentucky 62, (7) Wofford 562:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(2) Michigan 64, (10) Florida 495:15 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(4) Florida State 90, (12) Murray State 626:10 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(1) Gonzaga 83, (9) Baylor 717:10 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(2) Michigan State 70, (10) Minnesota 507:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) Purdue 87, (6) Villanova 618:30 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(5) Auburn 89, (4) Kansas 759:30 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTVSunday, March 24MatchupTimeTV(2) Tennessee 83, (10) Iowa 7712:10 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(1) North Carolina 81, (9) Washington 592:30 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(1) Duke 77, (9) UCF 765:15 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) Texas Tech 78, (6) Buffalo 586:10 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(4) Virginia Tech 67, (12) Liberty 587:10 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(1) Virginia 63, (9) Oklahoma 517:30 p.m. ETtruTV/ fuboTV(3) Houston 74, (11) Ohio State 598:30 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV(12) Oregon 73, (13) UC Irvine 549:30 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTVSweet 16Thursday, March 28MatchupTimeTV(1) Gonzaga 72, (4) Florida State 587:09 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(3) Purdue 99, (2) Tennessee 947:29 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(3) Texas Tech 63, (2) Michigan 449:39 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(1) Virginia 53, (12) Oregon 499:59 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTVFriday, March 29MatchupTimeTV(2) Michigan State 80, (3) LSU 637:09 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(5) Auburn 97, (1) UNC 807:15 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(1) Duke 75, (4) Virginia Tech 739:39 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV(2) Kentucky 62, (3) Houston 589:59 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTVElite EightSaturday, March 30MatchupTimeTV(3) Texas Tech 75, (1) Gonzaga 696:09 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTV(1) Virginia 80, (3) Purdue 758:49 p.m. ETTBS/ fuboTVSunday, March 31MatchupTimeTV(5) Auburn 77, (2) Kentucky 712:20 pm. ETCBS/ fuboTV(2) Michigan State 68, (1) Duke 67 5:05 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTVFinal FourSaturday, April 6MatchupTimeTV(1) Virginia 63, (5) Auburn 626 p.m.CBS/ fuboTV(3) Texas Tech 61, (2) Michigan State 518:30 p.m.CBS/ fuboTVNational championshipMonday, April 8MatchupLocationTV(1) Virginia vs. (3) Texas Tech9 p.m.CBS/ fuboTVMarch 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.How to stop Zion Williamson: Opposing coaches dish on their strategies to deal with Duke’s freshman phenom and, with some luck, beat the Blue Devils.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.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. March Madness is finally here. Below are the important dates, locations, times and TV channels for the entire 2019 NCAA Tournament schedule: Everything you need to know to tune in to college basketball’s Big Dance, which runs March 19-April 8. …And the agony of defeat: Sporting News staff recalls their most heartbreaking memories from the NCAA Tournament. Get your tissues ready.Top 80 upsets in March Madness history: It’s not March Madness until there’s an upset. Ranking the best we ever saw:Best buzzer-beaters in NCAA Tournament history: The defining shots of the NCAA Tournament, and the reason it’s dubbed “March Madness.”
A NUMBER of Traveller families which illegally occupied supermarket car parks in Co Donegal this week have set up home in Ballyshannon.The group had set up in Ballybofey last week after being refused access to a site in Convoy.After several days there, some of the families moved into the Aldi car park in Dungloe. However this evening a number of caravans have been parked tonight around Ballyshannon.Several other caravans have moved further south into Sligo. TRAVELLER FAMILIES ARRIVE IN BALLYSHANNON was last modified: August 7th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:TRAVELLER FAMILIES ARRIVE IN BALLYSHANNON