One of the bathrooms at 94 Blackall St, Basin Pocket.Helene Shephard, from First National Real Estate Action Realty Ipswich, said the home was originally built in 1945.She said beautiful ceiling heights had been maintained along with some of the original features prior to the expansion. “This is a magical home, with loads of space and one that would work really well for a large family,” she said.Set on a 750sq m block, the two-level home has an in-ground swimming pool and a shed.The property is being sold for $619,000, The property at 94 Blackall St, Basin Pocket is on a large block. 94 Blackall St, Basin Pocket.When it comes to character, this Ipswich home has plenty of it.With a downstairs extension, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property, at 94 Blackall St, Basin Pocket, has been expanded in all directions, with space-savvy design tricks. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201994 Blackall St, Basin Pocket.
“But we believe this is just the opening of the floodgates,” said Ambery. “Having seen enquiries about master trusts double over the last few months we are fully expecting a surge of movement into them when the restrictions are finally lifted. Businesses will be making decisions to help their continued success and survival and it would be a sensible move for employers to consider.“Moving to a master trust can help bring down costs as we head towards economic difficulties from the fallout of the pandemic.”He said the anticipated surge could easily last through o the end of 2021.In March Vodafone and Fujitsu announced they had moved their DC plans to the Willis Towers Watson Lifesight master trust.Looking for IPE’s latest magazine? Read the digital edition here. Hymans Robertson has said it expects a big rush by employers to move their defined contribution (DC) plans to master trusts as the UK begins to ease lockdown and employees return to work after temporary unemployment.The consultancy’s expectation is based on having seen a doubling in the number of enquiries into making the shift to the multi-employer schemes in the past few months.This comes on top of “a good flow” of schemes making the move during lockdown, according to Michael Ambery, partner and head of DC provider relations at Hymans Robertson.He said analysis by the consultancy showed master trust membership had increased by at least a third during the last three months and commitments to shift assets to master trusts had risen by over £4bn (€4.3bn).
In the 4×200, Sophia Jarosz, Tahje McDonald, Riley Norris and Skye Cronin won in 1:53.82, with Eva Woodworth victorious in the 600-meter run in 1:46.54 and Norris second in the 55-meter dash in 7.71 seconds.Anne Gullo, fifth in the 55, beat the field in the 300-meter dash in 44.96 seconds, with McDonald fourth and Norris fifth. Kali Hayes was victorious in the 55-meter hurdles in 8.97 seconds as Natalie Venesky took fourth. Sophia Recuparo was fifth in the pole vault. Hayes, Jarosz, Abby Brancato and Natalie Venesky won the 4×200 relay in 4:34.95.Liverpool’s boys team had 196 points to win its side and won the high jump here, too, Bennett Robb clearing 6’1″ as Owen Jarosz finished fourth. It also went 1-2-3 in the 3,200-meter run, Jake McGowan winning in 9:58.94 ahead of Ryan Cartwright (10:08.72) and Jacob Makhouf (10:56.69). Carter Rodriguez ran 1,600 meters in 4:37.92 to win that race, while Ryan Hagan was second in the 1,000 in 2:46.91, just behind the 2:46.62 from Homer’s Jed Swayze. Michael Nigro was victorious in the long jump, going 18’6″, and was third in the triple jump, going 36’3 1/4″.Jamie Vong cleared 11 feet in the pole vault to prevail, with Jalen Graham taking the weight throw with a toss of 42’10” as he finished second (38’2 1/4″) and Vong third (37’11 1/2″) in the shot put.Amaru Lewis, Ryan Dewan, Kevin Harge and Dominic Scro took the 4×200 in 1:38.60, with Harge, in 39.56 seconds, holding off Scro (39.77) in the 300 as Dewan was second (6.95 seconds), Scro third (6.96) and Lewis fourth (7.05) in the 55 sprint.Ryan Hagan, Charlie Praschunus, Etha Glashauser and Jon Howland combined to win the 4×800 in 9:02.72 as Praschunus finished third in the 600 in 1:31.92.All of this followed a morning session of the Kirschenheiter meet where Cicero-North Syracuse won the girls portion with 175 points and the boys, with 116.5 points, were just behind Jamesville-DeWitt (126.5 points).Brooke Blaisdell, in 9.35 seconds, topped Savannah Kuhr (9.49) in the 55 hurdles, and C-NS had another 1-2 finish in the weight throw, where Stephanie Webb, with 34’10 1/2″, beat out Faith Keville’s 32’4 3/4″ as Webb also was second (29’9 1/4″) in the shot put.Hannah Boyle, Allison Newton, Marissa Doty and Kate Putman won the 4×400 in 4:10.86 before Newton won the 1,500 in 5:11.42 as Doty was fourth.Putman, in 1:39.18, beat out Boyle (1:40.53) and McKenna Slate (1:48.18) in the 600. Hannah Reichard was second in the 3,000 in 11:12.18, with McKenna Johnston second in the 300 in 45.81 seconds.Morgan Kingdeski took the 1,000 in 3:11.76, with Erin Slusser fourth and Peyton Empey fifth. Kingdeski, Newton, Doty and Reichard went 10:20.67 to win the 4×800 before the Northstars finished third in the 4×200.Julianna Hutt was second in the long jump, going 16’2″ ahead of Sierra Davis (15’9 1/4″) in fourth place, Davis improving to second in the triple jump with 34’6 3/4″. Madelyn Wheeler and Lexi Gaetz both cleared 4’8″ in the high jump.On the boys side, C-NS’s Isaiah Wright won the 55 hurdles in a blazing 7.91 seconds, also pairing with Josh Adams, Laquan Lemon and Sam Nessel to get second place in the 4×200 in 1:37.32 and also taking third in the long jump with 19’7 1/2″.Matt LeClair, in 9:54.71, beat out Josh Koeppe (10:09.11) in the 3,200, with Evan Breitbeck winning the 600 in 1:31.09 as R.J. Davis was second in the 1,000 in 2:41.81. Evan Romano was third and Zach Bergman fifth in the 1,600, Romano helping C-NS take third in the 4×800.Matt Wentling-Raymie was second in the shot put, his throw of 40’8″ ahead of Maxwell White’s fourth-place 39’8 1/4″. Wentling-Raymie also tied teammate Justin Rhoden for fifth place in the high jump, each clearing 5’3″ as Gavin McAllister topped 8 feet in the pole vault.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Each of the Liverpool indoor track and field teams rolled to victories in their respective divisions during the afternoon session of Saturday’s Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational at SRC Arena.The girls Warriors won with 191 points, which included Amina Sinclair tying for the best high jump in New York State this season and setting a school record, clearing 5 feet 6 inches as teammate Alexia Ostrander was second with 4’8″ to go with a fourth in the long jump. Imahni Sinclair again swept the throwing events, sending a weight throw of 44’2 1/4″ and took the shot put by heaving it 34’8 1/2″.Jenna Schulz, Eva Woodworth, Sydney Carlson and Kayleigh Buck claimed the 4×800 relay in 10:22.84. On her own, Schulz went 4:39 flat to win the 1,500-meter run as Rosie Petrella was fourth and Meghan Moyer finished fifth. Carlson claimed the 1,000-meter run in 3:08.14 as Buck (3:23.37) finished third. Tags: C-NSindoor trackliverpool
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