Tenants and homeowners are in a good position, property experts say.He said they would have been impacted most by investors fleeing the market because of the elimination of negative gearing.However, he said everyone would benefit in some way.“There are really no losers,” he said.“We’re very real estate oriented here so we’re happy the Opposition didn’t come in.“That’s why the market has got a bit of spring in its step this week.“The mood has lifted. It’s definitely made people feel far more optimistic.”REIQ director and Professionals Surfers Paradise director John Newlands backed Mr Bell’s comments.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa11 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoHe said a large portion of the Coast’s market was investors so if they fled following dumping of negative gearing, property values would plummet.“It would be a completely different place,” he said.“(The market) wouldn’t be as solid as it had been with that element.”Mr Newlands said first-home buyers also stood to benefit under the Coalition Government, based on its election promise to lower the amount needed for a deposit, but it was not clear what the scheme would look like yet. He believed renewed confidence in the market would make it much more stable and better positioned for growth.“I don’t think prices will go up dramatically. It will be a steady increase,” he said.“There’s still great affordability on the Gold Coast.”John Henderson Professionals Real Estate director Luke Henderson said house hunters instantly felt more confident about the market.“I had a high volume of buyer inquiry on Sunday,” he said.“I haven’t heard anything negative from a buyer or seller about Saturday night’s result.”He believed sellers would benefit most because property values would gradually begin to rise again.“I also think buyers who act quickly will benefit,” he said.Mr Henderson said many buyers would wait for signs the market was lifting but said they might end up paying more. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51 email@example.com Who are the Gold Coast’s property winners and losers of the federal election?TENANTS are among those who appear to have come out on top following the Coalition’s shock victory in the federal election.This time last week they were bracing for fewer housing options and rental price hikes under the Labor Opposition’s plan to axe negative gearing.But the surprising outcome has offered tenants hope of a more level playing field, and is expected to restore confidence in the rest of the market.Ray White Surfers Paradise Group chief executive Andrew Bell said tenants and homeowners in suburbs with a large number of rental properties, such as Southport, were the biggest winners.
Greek oil and gas company Energean has submitted to the authorities of the Republic of Cyprus applications to import and supply natural gas to Cyprus, starting in 2021.Energean is the operator of the Karish and Tanin deepwater field developments located in the Eastern Mediterranean, approximately 90km offshore Israel.Energean said on Tuesday that the submission of the applications followed the ‘Karish to Cyprus Preliminary Pipeline Development Plan’ that had already been presented to Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority.According to the plan, natural gas will be transported through pipelines from the Karish offshore block to the Energean Power FPSO, and from there through a pipeline to Vassiliko, Cyprus, where it will landfall.The pipeline from the Energean Power FPSO to Vassiliko will have a total length of 215 kilometres and transport natural gas from the Karish North field, offshore Israel, which contains 25 BCM of discovered recoverable resources.Total investment will be circa $350 million and will be funded by Energean. The Republic of Cyprus will bear no upfront cost. Provided that there will be no delays in permitting procedures, the project will allow the Republic of Cyprus to receive competitively priced natural gas from 2021.Mathios Rigas, CEO of Energean, stated: “Energean’s proposal offers the Republic of Cyprus the option to switch to natural gas as soon as possible, and under the most competitive terms. Execution of the proposal will bring competition to the Cypriot natural gas market, decrease energy costs across the economy and result in enhanced diversity and security of supply.“Our proposal enhances the planning of the Republic of Cyprus and the security of supply, as it is supplementary to the LNG import procedures launched by the Cypriot Government. We expect that the Republic of Cyprus will take advantage of the options that the market offers for the benefit of the Cypriot economy and the consumers.”Power plants in CyprusEnergean has already signed Letters of Intent (LOIs) with all three IPPs that have been granted a license to construct combined cycle power plants in Cyprus: Power Energy Cyprus, Lysarea Energia, and Paramount Energy Corporation.The Energean Power FPSO has a capacity of 8BCM per year and Energean has already signed firm GSPAs with Israeli IPPs and industrial consumers for 4.5 BCM per year for an average period of 16 years as of 2021.The FPSO hull was undocked and floated out from the COSCO Shipyards’ dock in early October 2019. The sail away of the FPSO hull from China to Singapore is expected in late 2019.In related news, Cyprus has recently approved the development plan and granted an exploitation license for the Aphrodite offshore gas field to a Noble Energy-led consortium. First gas is expected to start flowing in 2025. Aphrodite is a gas discovery made by Noble energy offshore Cyprus in 2011. The field, located approximately 170 kilometers south of Limassol, was declared commercial in 2015.The development plan envisions deployment of a newbuild floating production facility at the Aphrodite reservoir, with an estimated maximum production capacity of approx. 800 MMCF per day, through five production wells at the initial stage, and export of natural gas to the Egyptian market.
LocalNews “NO VAT” Shopping Day might create administrative challenges by: – January 18, 2012 Share Tweet 7 Views no discussions Share Photo credit: opinion-maker.orgPrime Minister and Minister of Finance Roosevelt Skerrit says a “No VAT” Shopping Day might create administrative challenges for the government, specifically the Inland Revenue Department.LINK News Magazine in its Christmas 2011 Edition suggested that the government of Dominica consider implementing a “NO VAT” shopping day in an effort to help local consumers as well as to increase sales for local businesses.The Magazine also alluded to neighboring island Barbados where a “duty-free” shopping day was “successfully implemented” which was open to the entire public which, according to reports, assisted in “boosting their economy”.Prime Minister Skerrit told Dominica Vibes News on Tuesday while he has heard the requests, implementing it could pose complications for the Value Added Tax Unit at the Inland Revenue Division.“I have heard the request from people calling on Government to declare a “No Vat Day” for the country, I guess one would have to be advised on how it works but one has to appreciate that these kinds of measures can create administrative challenges in terms of the private sector accounting to the Inland Revenue and the VAT Unit on the VAT sales. So there can be some complications and management costs both for the Vat unit and for the private sector firms.”Prime Minister Skerrit said, “We would have to be advised on the implications of that decision and also the difficulty of implementing that particular measure”.He noted although he does not know how exactly the “NO VAT “Day operates it is a good idea. “It is a good idea, I know in Barbados for example they implemented something similar to that but it was only for I believe those companies that are involved in duty-free sales. So the duty free sales were extended to local Barbadians because to take advantage of duty free in a country you would have to be travelling. So I think they took a decision in St. Kitts as I understand it, a “No Vat Day” as to how it worked I do not know.”According to the Prime Minister it is something which his government would consider as he is certain that the citizens would love for it to be implemented however, the government must also consider the implications of that decision.Value Added Tax (VAT) is a form of consumption tax in which buyers pay a tax on the purchase price while for sellers it is value added to the product or service. A 15% VAT tax took effect in Dominica on 1st March, 2006 replacing four taxes; Consumption Tax, Sales Tax, Entertainment Tax and Hotel Occupancy Tax.With the implementation of VAT in 2006, General Imports are subjected to five different types of duties, taxes and surcharges: Import Duty, Environmental Surcharge, Customs Service Charge, Excise Tax and Value Added Tax. Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring!
‘I know we lost Sadio Mane [to a hamstring injury], that’s what I think about, that’s the pressure I have. All the rest is not pressure. ‘We want to win football games and when I arrived here a few years ago we wanted to win football games. ‘That’s the pressure [and] yes, I feel that. Apart from that, nothing, it’s just football.’ The Reds’ incredible start to the season has seen them rack up so many points that they could lose six games in a row and still top the table – a statistic that didn’t sit well with Klopp when informed after the game. ‘You can lose six games, I could vomit when I hear that!,’ Klopp told BT Sport. ‘It is over when it is over, not before.’ Liverpool looked in trouble when Jimenez equalised early on in the second half, but the team did what champions do – they find a way. Klopp said he was delighted to see the players’ reaction to going behind and admitted he was blown away by their desire to find another late winner. ‘We don’t go for perfection, we go for a perfect reaction if possible, that’s what we try to do, that we really fight back in difficult situations in the game. ‘That’s what the boys did again and so, we won the game, which is really unbelievable.’ read also:Klopp speaks on Liverpool sales in January transfer window Next up for Liverpool is a trip to League One outfit Shrewsbury in the FA Cup on Sunday before traveling to Premier League strugglers West Ham on Wednesday. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentJapanese Inventions That Make You Wish You Lived In Japan12 Marvel Superheroes Before The Fame6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A ComebackCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting The Tasks DonePretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?What Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?A Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee Liverpool have won so many games recently that manager Jurgen Klopp had to be reminded how many points clear the team were at the top of the table. Jurgen Klopp wants to keep his entire squad together for the club’s Premier League title push The Reds went 16 points clear at the summit of the Premier League as they chase their first title in 30 years, and also made it 40 games without defeat as they nicked a 2-1 win at Wolves late on. Jordan Henderson opened the scoring for the league leaders, and Roberto Firmino struck late to secure a vital three points after Raul Jimenez levelled. Klopp’s men look to be cruising to that elusive Premier League crown having won every game bar one this season – a draw against Manchester United – but despite the title looking like a formality, the German has shrugged off any notion of pressure. He added that a hectic fixture schedule had meant he had lost track of the team’s advantage at the summit, insisting he hadn’t given it thought. ‘When was the pressure higher on us, this year or last year? Human beings are like this. I don’t think about it,’ he said after the game. ‘I had to ask exactly how many points clear we are, that’s the truth. ‘I really forgot it in the week, with the number of games, I didn’t think about it.’ The win at Molineux came at a cost as Sadio Mane went down injured, but Klopp said losing one of his key players was the only problem he was concerned about, rather than maintaining their position at the top. ‘I know we play Sunday against Shrewsbury and Wednesday West Ham and I know we play Saturday. That’s three games in seven days, that’s a lot. Loading…
The survey, conducted on Sept. 27 to 30,reveal that 68 percent of adult Filipinos are willing to buy food condimentssuch as oil and soy sauce in recyclable or refillable containers. The survey used face-to-face interviewsof 1,800 adults nationwide and has a +/-2.3 percent margin of error fornational percentages. MANILA – Seven out of 10 Filipinos favorbuying condiments in recyclable containers than sachets, a commissioned surveyof Social Weather Stations showed. The survey, conducted on Sept. 27 to 30, reveal that 68 percent of adult Filipinos are willing to buy food condiments such as oil and soy sauce in recyclable or refillable containers. ABS-CBN NEWS The same organization reported in 2019that the Philippines uses a “shocking” amount of single-use plastic, includingnearly 60 billion sachets a year. (ABS-CBNNews) Forty-two percent meanwhile favor buyingpersonal care products such as shampoo and conditioner, and liquid householdcleaning products in recyclable containers, 29 percent are willing to buypowdered drinks such as juice and coffee in such containers, and 27 percentsaid they would buy powdered cleaning products in recyclable vessels. The survey was sponsored bynon-governmental organization Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives andthe results of which were first presented on Jan. 21, SWS said.
Christopher Allen Lane, known to friends and family as Bulldog, passed away unexpectedly on Friday. He was 42. He was a wonderful father, husband, son, brother, uncle, nephew, grandchild, and friend. He was a man of unquestionable character and a bright light in this world. He will be missed by many. Bulldog was an avid outdoorsman and an East Central wrestling coach. He is survived by his wife Sherri (Klopfer) Lane and two sons, Gabe and Gray, his parents Bruce and Carol Lane, his sister Lisa (Lane) Whisman and her family Ron, Kristen, Ronnie, Lyla and Noah, his brother Bruce, Sister-in-law Tami (Klopfer) Hayes and her family Todd, Savy, and Sam, and brother-in-law Rick Klopfer and his family Samantha, Charlotte, and Colton, his Father-in Law Kenny Sizemore, and his Grandmother Margaret Gabbard. Family and friends can pay their respects on Tuesday, July 19th from 4-7pm at the Community United Methodist Church at Hwy 48 and Possum Ridge Road in Manchester. Memorials can be made to East Central Wrestling Club. A service will be held at 7pm in the same location. Services will be conducted through Rullman Hunger Funeral Home. More information is available at www.rullmans.com or call 812-926-1450.
Jennifer Sue Houston, 25, of Milan passed away Sunday, August 19, 2018 at Margaret Mary Health in Batesville. Jennifer was born Tuesday, September 22, 1992 in Lawrenceburg, IN the daughter of Kathy (Roy) and Leland Houston II. Jennifer was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, she graduated from Milan High School and enjoyed listening to music, dancing, singing, going to yard sales, eating and had a love for horses.Jennifer is survived by her mother: Kathy, sister: Tasha, maternal grandmother: Jen Roy all of Milan, Uncle Andy Roy, Aunt Shauna Roy, Aunt Mary and Uncle Kelly Estes and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her father and maternal grandfather Edward Roy.Funeral services will be held 6 p.m. Thursday, August 23, 2018 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home with The Rev. Curtis Black officiating. Visitation will be 4 – 6 p.m. Thursday also at the funeral home. Memorials may be made in Jennifer’s honor to the Epilepsy Foundation. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home of Milan is entrusted with arrangements; 707 South Main St., Box 243, Milan, IN 47031, (812)654-2141. You may go to lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
Badminton Federation of Nigeria (BFN) has unveiled Nollywood star, Ali Nuhu as its latest ambassador. The move is in line with BFN’s vision of promoting badminton through partnerships with celebrities in the entertainment industry. Nuhu, who has become popular in the film industry especially in the northern part of the country where ‘Kannywood’ reign supreme, will help propagate the sport in the country. Apart from Nuhu, the federation also has Alibaba, Mozez Praiz, Kunle Bamtefa, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Sound Sultan and Kunle Afolayan, notable names in the entertainment and sports industry as brand ambassadors. The addition of Nuhu as a brand ambassador is in continuation of BFN’s efforts towards getting celebrities in the entertainment industry from the northern part of the country to endorse and create more awareness for badminton all over the country.Advertisement The initiative to engage celebrities is informed by the vision of the federation to have a synergy between sports and entertainment which is the trend world over and popularly referred to as “Sportainment”. read also:Dare congratulates Solaja on African women Badminton award The BFN intends to use its ambassadors to drive followership of badminton as they will become an integral part of its publicity and awareness campaign for its activities and programmes. The BFN President, Francis Orbih, while expressing confidence in the move, said the involvement of Ali Nuhu will pave the way for other celebrities from the northern part of the country to join hands with the federation in making badminton one of the most popular sports in Nigeria. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldTop 10 Most Costly Liquids In The WorldBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe 9 Best Robots In Movie History8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindTop 10 Most Iconic Characters On TV5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Loading…
With less than 24 hours to the final group match against Argentina, Coach Gernot Rohr has admitted that the Super Eagles must be on the attackÂ tomorrowÂ in Saint Petersburg and diligently take the chances that come their way against the two â€“time World Cup winners.â€œSimply put, we must take even half chances, and be on the offensive as much as possible. Perhaps, a draw could be good to qualify, but we cannot think and play for a draw. Sometimes, when you play for a draw, you get punched in the face late in the day.â€œIt will be a tough game and we must go with a tough mentality from the start to the end.â€ Super Eagles players and their coaching crew who arrived in St Petersburg yesterday evening and quartered at Corinthians Hotel are not having any illusions thatÂ tomorrow’s game will be a piece of cake.In the evening, they saw how reigning world champions Germany came from behind to defeat a Swedish team that had chances to win but apparently played for a draw in Sochi.Nigeriaâ€™s army is presented with less days to prepare for the game against the South Americans than they had for the second match against Iceland following the opener against Croatia. There were five days to get ready for Iceland after the loss to Croatia but three days to prepare for Argentina after the win over Iceland.The Argies have been Nigeriaâ€™s perennialÂ NemesisÂ at the FIFA World Cup. In five previous appearances, the Eagles have had to play Argentina in the group phase on four occasions. It was only in France 1998 that both teams ended up in different sections.Argentina have won all four, though narrowly. And while bookmakers would be quick to emphasize the gulf in class, Argentina won the last of their two FIFA World Cup titles 32 years ago, and current form (determinable only by recent results) does not present Lionel Messi and company as unbeatable.In Russia, their opening 1-1 draw with Iceland was followed by a stunning 3-0 lashing by Croatia in Nizhny Novgorod, meaning theÂ EaglesÂ (who got their campaign back on track with a 2-0 win over Iceland in Volgograd) and theÂ AlbicelesteÂ arrive the 67,000 â€“capacity Zenit Arena on Tuesday via different trajectories.Skipper Mikel John Obi, defender Kenneth Omeruo, midfielder Ogenyi Onazi and forwards Ahmed Musa and Victor Moses were in the Nigerian squad that lost 2-3 to the Argies in Porto Alegre on 25thÂ June 2014. But the recency factor will mean they all remember how the Eagles bashed the Argies 4-2 in a friendly on Russian soil (Krasnodar) seven months ago. That match, on 14thÂ November 2017, was also on a Tuesday.That friendly encounter was the second time that Nigeria would score four goals against theÂ AlbicelesteÂ â€“ the first was a 4-1 reverse for the South Americans in a friendly in Abuja on the first day of June 2011.Argentina have never scored four goals against Nigeria at senior level.Omeruo and Onazi were in the Nigeria U17 team that defeated Argentina during the U17 World Cup hosted by Nigeria nine years ago, and Mikel, Kelechi Iheanacho and Alex Iwobi, who played pivotal roles in the win in Krasnodar, are likely to start for the Eagles on Tuesday.The encounter at the Zenit Arena will be Rohrâ€™s 20thÂ as Super Eaglesâ€™ Technical Adviser since taking charge two years ago, during which he has lost only two competitive matches. It will be Nigeriaâ€™s 21stÂ match at the FIFA World Cup finals, having won six and drawn three in the previous 20.BIG GAMES BETWEEN NIGERIA & ARGENTINA25 June 1994: Nigeria 1 Argentina 2 â€“ Boston, USA (FIFA World Cup)10 Jan 1995: Argentina 0 Nigeria 0 â€“ Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (FIFA Confederations Cup)3 Aug 1996: Nigeria 3 Argentina 2 â€“ Georgia, USA (Olympics Final)2 June 2002: Argentina 1 Nigeria 0 â€“ Ibaraki, Japan (FIFA World Cup)2 July 2005: Nigeria 1 Argentina 2 â€“ Utrecht, Netherlands (FIFA U20 World Cup Final)23 Aug 2008: Argentina 1 Nigeria 0 â€“ Beijing, China (Olympics Final)12 June 2010: Argentina 1 Nigeria 0 â€“ Joâ€™burg, South Africa (FIFA World Cup)1 June 2011: Nigeria 4 Argentina 1 â€“ Abuja, Nigeria (Friendly)6 Sept 2011: Argentina 3 Nigeria 1 â€“ Dhaka, Bangladesh (Friendly)25 June 2014: Nigeria 2 Argentina 3 â€“ Porto Alegre, Brazil (FIFA World Cup)14 Nov 2017: Argentina 2 Nigeria 4 â€“ Krasnodar, Russia (Friendly) Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse has had its share of tough weekends this season. The Orange played a doubleheader early in the year. The next weekend, SU hosted three matches in three days. Most recently, SU head coach Luke Jensen’s squad played six matches in 12 days.The Orange will face a different challenge Friday, though. Rather than competing against some of the nation’s best, SU will have to focus on a lesser opponent. But it’s an opponent the Orange can’t afford to look past in Big East foe Pittsburgh.‘They’re down this year,’ Jensen said. ‘But they’re up for Syracuse, just like we’re up for Pitt.’With the Big East tournament just three weeks away, the Orange (14-6, 6-1) faces a struggling Panthers (8-9, 2-5) team near the bottom of the conference Friday in Pittsburgh. It would be easy to see this as a time to rest, a time to breathe easy. Jensen is pushing his team as hard as ever in practice, treating it like any other match as Syracuse tries to avoid an upset.Junior captain Emily Harman knows winning this match is another step toward SU’s ultimate goal of winning the Big East tournament, and that looking past it would be a mistake.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘For any match, it’s important not to look ahead of it,’ Harman said. ‘At this level, there’s not a huge separation between anybody. If we look ahead of Pitt, they could very well win. They could surprise us. We could be flat.‘There are a lot of things that could go wrong if we just forget about them. We can’t do that. And our coaches make sure that we don’t do that.’The Orange recognizes the proverbial target on its back. Weaker teams, such as Rutgers and Binghamton, have given SU tough matches already this season. When the Bearcats stepped into Drumlins Tennis Center on Feb. 4, they pushed Jensen’s squad to the brink.Syracuse managed to escape with a victory over Binghamton after Harman and junior Alessondra Parra came back to win their three-set matches. The Orange wasn’t so lucky against Rutgers, losing 3-4.SU enters each match with equal preparation and intensity, regardless of opponent, Harman said.‘We go out in every match acting like it’s against one of the higher-ranked teams,’ Harman said. ‘That’s why we have the leading record in the Big East. We have to continue those winning ways by doing that and by enforcing our attitude the same way each and every time.’Harman said she knows this weekend holds a challenge her team has not yet faced. SU must keep its eyes on its opponent, rather than the calendar.Though the Orange is focused on its lone match this weekend and using its extra free time on the practice courts, not having to prepare for multiple opponents is a nice break, freshman Maddie Kobelt said.‘I really don’t think that playing three matches in a row takes anything out of us,’ Kobelt said. ‘But the mental aspect of just having the one match to focus on — this one doubles match and this one singles match — overall is easier.’A strong performance Friday would give the Orange more than just another tally in the win column. It would give Syracuse something it needs to win the Big East tournament.SU will have to defeat four straight opponents to win its conference title. Looking at the second game before beating its opening-round opponent could send the Orange back early from South Bend, Ind., the site of the conference tournament.‘For us to be able to just look ahead at the one and only match in front of us is extremely important,’ Harman said, ‘for the performance both in that match as well as the performance in future matches.’firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Published on April 6, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Stephen: email@example.com | @Stephen_Bailey1