The home at 31 Palm Ave, Ascot, has a pool, tennis court, fire pit, flying fox and cricket pitch. This home at 31 Palm Ave, Ascot, is available for rent for $1550 a week.The Federation-style home sold late last year when it was owned by Queensland cattle baron, Jason Shearer-Smith, who is the managing director of Smithfield Cattle Company.The sale price has not been disclosed, but a local family bought the property.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoJason Shearer-Smith, managing director of Smithfield Cattle Company, outside his former home in Ascot. The house, on a huge 1677sq m block, has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, polished timber flooring, high ceilings and a swimming pool. The open-plan French provincial-style kitchen has marble benchtops, island bench, butler’s pantry and flows through to the dining room and back deck, which has views over the backyard. A peek inside the beautiful home, which will soon be available to rent.Located in one of Ascot’s most prestigious streets, the home is in the Ascot State School catchment and close to parks, shops and public transport.The property is available for rent from March 20 through Ray White – Ascot. Inside the Ascot home, which is in one of the suburb’s best streets. The huge backyard at the property at 31 Palm Ave, Ascot, has a fire pit.THE ultimate fun house, with a flying fox, fire pit, pool, tennis court and cricket pitch, could be yours to rent if you can spare $1550 a week.That’s how much the new owners of a stunning family home at 31 Palm Avenue in the well-heeled suburb of Ascot, are asking. This home at 31 Palm Ave, Ascot, is available for rent.
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Letterkenny Gaels Club NotesThe senior football teams had no games last weekend due to fixture changes. This coming weekend Naomh Brid are the opposition at Pairc na nGael. Throw in times are 5.30pm (reserve) and 7.30pm (senior). Please come out and support both teams.On Thursday night our U-12 hurlers played neighbours St.Eunans at Pairc na nGael. Despite a good team performance they lost out to a strong St.Eunans side. The Senior Ladies football team travelled to Glenswilly on Sunday to take on the Glen girls in their Championship match.Glenswilly’s experience and strength was too much for the young Gaels side but the girls are improving all the time.Well done all.The Letterkenny Gaels trio of Diarmuid O’Cathail, Mikey Sweeney and Ross Marley played for Donegal in last weekends Buncrana Cup. The lads lost their first game against Monaghan and won the match against Armagh which gave them 3rd place in the competition. Well done lads.Laura Foody and Niamh Hanley are the Letterkenny Gaels representatives on the Donegal LGFA U-17 Development Squad for 2016. The girls played in a National U-17 Development Squad Blitz in Portmarnock GAA club on Tuesday. Well done girls.The annual Letterkenny Gaels camogie camp took place last week at Pairc na nGael and once again was a huge success. Over 60 girls from 5 to 14 years participated over the 3 days under the guidance of lead coach Ann Marie Gibbons. Day 1 saw the visit of Glenavy Camogs from Co Antrim. The girls joined with the U10 and U12/14 groups and enjoyed coaching and matches. They finished off their day with food and entertainment in Arena 7. On day 2 the camp enjoyed a BBQ courtesy of Castlegrove Country House, prepared by Alan Sweeney and chef Gary. The final day saw Clare Dowdall, Camogie Regional Development Officer, work with different groups on first touch and striking from the hand. Coaching is all games based so the girls were always busy working with coaches Ann Marie, Rory, Emer, Una and Eimear. The U8s and nursery group combined under the watchful eyes of coach Ellen with assistance from Terezena, Mary and Bridget. Despite some windy weather, the camp was thoroughly enjoyed by all with positive feedback from parents and girls alike. The camogie club t-shirts were a great hit and undoubtedly will be evident at Pairc na Gaeil in the near future. For information on training contact Aideen on 086 816 3605 or drop down to training on Monday 6pm for U12/14 and older or on Fridays for U8 & U10.Underage football training continues every Sunday from 11am – 12 noon for U-6s, U-8s and U-10 age groups. If Sunday morning doesn’t suit, the club also provides an additional training session for the U-8s and U-10s age groups on Wednesday evenings from 7 – 8 pm. To enquire about the underage football training, Parents should contact John McDermott (086) 8561768 (under 6s), Brian Sweeney (087) 2282386 (under 8s), David O’Callaghan (086) 769 0305 (under 10’s) and Donal Murphy (087) 6858546 (Under 12’s) or come along any Sunday or Wednesday. New boys and Girls welcome to join in the fun any week.Bingo continues every Monday in Arena 7. The Jackpot this week is €2400. Doors from 8pm. Eyes down 9pm. All welcome. Outdoor Hurling training for U-6, U-8 & U-10 continues every Thursday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Hurls and helmets provided. New players welcome.U-12 to U-18 hurling continues every Tuesday evening from 6.30pm – 7.30pmU-12 girls football training takes place at the pitch every Sunday morning from 11am-12noon. All welcome.For regular club updates and photos see our club web page, Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @LetterkennyGael GAA News: Gaels camogie camp a huge success was last modified: August 16th, 2016 by StephenShare 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)