Inside her Miami house.CoreLogic data reveals the median house price in Miami is $760,000 in the year to May, 2017, up 33 per cent over three years. Liz Cantor has sold her Miami property.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours agoLJ Hooker Palm Beach agents David Lonie and Mishy Canning handled the sale but did not reveal the sale price.Mr Lonie said the property’s proximity to the beach and low-maintenance lifestyle appealed to the buyer. The backyard and entertaining area.“There was nothing to spend and it presented really well,” he said.Property records show Cantor paid $560,000 for the property in 2014.The double-storey duplex has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and high-vaulted ceilings.It also includes an alfresco deck complete with built in barbecue, fridge and outdoor kitchen space. Liz Cantor, with bub Kit Lysaught at four months, has sold her Miami house. Picture: Jerad WilliamsGOLD Coast golden girl Liz Cantor has sold her Miami beach pad.The popular Channel 7 television personality shared the duplex with husband Ryan Lysaught, their baby son Kit, and Yorkshire terrier Bear Grylls.The property hit the market last month.
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) – Babar Azam’s patient unbeaten century guided Pakistan to a six-wicket victory over New Zealand yesterday and revived their hopes of reaching the Cricket World Cup semi-finals.New Zealand, unbeaten in their first six games of the tournament, remained second in the standings behind Australia and should still make the last four comfortably while Pakistan are now only one point behind hosts England.“Whenever we are in a corner we play our best, it was a great team effort,” Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said. “All the bowlers bowled well and there was some of the finest batting I have ever seen. Babar played one of the best innings I have ever seen. They handled the pressure so well.”The match was delayed by overnight rain and New Zealand collapsed to 46-4 after deciding to bat.Captain Kane Williamson steadied the ship with a gritty 41 before Jimmy Neesham and Colin de Grandhomme shared a sixth-wicket partnership of 132 which lifted the Black Caps to a respectable total. Neesham struck three sixes and five fours in his unbeaten 97 and de Grandhomme made 64.Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman fell cheaply to Trent Boult and Imam-ul-Haq was brilliantly caught by a diving Martin Guptill off Lockie Ferguson for 19 but Azam and Mohammad Hafeez steered Pakistan to 110-2.Hafeez departed for 32 but Haris Sohail joined Azam and the pair calmly added 126 to take their side to the brink of victory before Sohail was run-out by Guptill for 68.Azam held his nerve, however, and guided Pakistan to their target with five balls to spare.The 1992 world champions play Afghanistan and Bangladesh in their last two group games and will be confident of making the last four while England will be sweating as they prepare for difficult matches against India and New Zealand. “We are not thinking about 1992, we are going match by match,” Sarfaraz said.Williamson was not too despondent after his team’s first loss of the tournament.“The surfaces in the last three games have been difficult and we were outplayed on a tough surface by a strong side,” he said.“We were right in it but their batsmen played beautifully well and took the game away from us. There are so many games in the round-robin you can’t win them all.” NEW ZEALAND innings Guptill b Mohammad Amir 5 Munro c Haris Sohail b Shaheen Shah Afridi 12 Williamson c Sarfaraz Ahmed b Shadab Khan 41 Taylor c Sarfaraz Ahmed b Shaheen Shah Afridi 3 Latham c Sarfaraz Ahmed b Shaheen Shah Afridi 1 Neesham not out 97 de Grandhomme run-out 64 Santner not out 5Extras: (b-2, lb-3, w-4) 9Total: (6 wickets, 50 overs) 237Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-24, 3-38, 4-46, 5-83, 6-215.Bowling: Mohammad Hafeez 7-0-22-0, Mohammad Amir 10-0-67-1, Shaheen Shah Afridi 10-3-28-3, Imad Wasim 3-0-17-0, Shadab Khan 10-0-43-1, Wahab Riaz 10-0-55-0. PAKISTAN innings (target: 238 runs from 50 overs)Imam-ul-Haq c Guptill b Ferguson 19Fakhar Zaman c Guptill b Boult 9Babar Azam not out 101Mohammad Hafeez c Ferguson b Williamson 32Haris Sohail run-out (Guptill) 68Sarfaraz Ahmed (c) not out 5Extras: (w-7) 7Total: (4 wickets, 49.1 overs) 241Fall of wickets: 1-19, 2-44, 3-110, 4-236.Bowling: T. Boult 10-0-48-1, M. Henry 7-0-25-0, J. Ferguson 8.1-0-50-1, C. de Grandhomme 2-0-12-0, M. Santner 10-0-38-0, J. Neesham 3-0-20-0, K. Williamson 8-0-39-1, C. Munro 1-0-9-0.
The county title holders will meet Waterford kingpins Ballygunner, who secured their place in the competition by beating Passage in yesterday’s Waterford final.The sides will square up at Semple Stadium next Sunday.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins’ time with the Jaguars appears over after one season.Or maybe not. NFL says player concussions in 2018 regular season fell 29 percent The tight end raised eyebrows with a tweet Thursday seemingly thanking the city of Jacksonville and Jaguars fans.”Appreciate the time Jax! It wasn’t what we wanted! But I’m happy y’all supported me and my teammates! Next chapter,” the tweet read. Related News Drew Lock reportedly asked about ‘disciplinary snag’ from 9th grade during interview with NFL team Thanks Rich lol so if I finished the deal would it of been 2 and done? https://t.co/5gyuLUe25Y— A. Seferian-Jenkins (@Aesj88) January 24, 2019It’s hard to imagine how this could get any more awkward.Seferian-Jenkins signed a two-year, $10 million deal with the Jaguars in June 2018. He missed all but five games last season with a core muscle injury, catching 11 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. Jacksonville is the 26-year-old tight end’s third NFL stop, following stints with the Jets and Buccaneers. Appreciate the time Jax! It wasn’t what we wanted! But I’m happy y’all supported me and my teammates! Next chapter— A. Seferian-Jenkins (@Aesj88) January 24, 2019However, Jaguars spokesperson Tad Dickman quickly responded with a tweet noting, “The team HAS NOT made a decision on his 2019 option. Any reports to the contrary are false.” The team has until Feb. 19 to decided whether to pick up the option on Seferian-Jenkins.Regarding TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins’s roster status with the @Jaguars:The club has until Feb. 19 to make a decision on his 2019 option, which would be the 2nd season of a 2-year deal.The team HAS NOT made a decision on his 2019 option. Any reports to the contrary are false.— Tad Dickman (@TDickman89) January 24, 2019That tweet prompted a response from Jenkins. In a reply to ESPN writer Rich Cimini in which he alluded to Seferian-Jenkins being one and done in Jacksonville, he stepped back his initial tweet a bit.”Thanks Rich lol so if I finished the deal would it of been 2 and done?”