This home at 89 Pring St, Hendra, is for sale. Picture: realestate.com.au.Mr Cavill’s lowset home is in a quiet, private neighbourhood on a large, 604 sqm block with landscaped gardens.The property is walking distance to Aviation High and Our Lady Help of Christians School and a short drive to other esteemed private schools. Greg and Jenny Cavill outside the Breakfast Creek Hotel.THE Brisbane home of former Breakfast Creek Hotel publican and sailing stalwart, the late Greg Cavill, is on the market.The member of one of Queensland’s leading hotel families, the Cavill family, recently passed away and his daughter, Jenny, is handling the sale of his Hendra home.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom house at 89 Pring Street — arguably Hendra’s finest street — is advertised for sale by offers through Leigh Kortlang and Jon Finney of Ray White AscotRecords show it was last bought for $540,000 in September 2001. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoThe back courtyard at the home at 89 Pring St, Hendra. Picture: realestate.com.au.The Cavill family took up the lease on Brisbane’s famous waterhole in 1926 and held it for 72 years. But while he was well known for his days at the helm of the Breakfast Creek Hotel, Mr Cavill was also the oldest surviving Commodore of Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron. MORE HOMES FOR SALE IN BRISBANE GIDDY UP FOR AUCTION LUXURY IN THE BUSH Veteran yachtsmen (L-R) Greg Cavill, Bill Warlow, Dennis Burchill, Bill Pryke and Colonel Johnson. Picture: David Kapernick.He was also the official starter for the 66th QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race in 2014.He contested the race from 1950-1998 on five different yachts and was among the winning crew aboard the Norman Wright skippered Flying Saucer, which took line honours in 1955 in a race record of 41 hours 19 minutes and 4 seconds. This home at 89 Pring St, Hendra, is for sale. Picture: realestate.com.au. Inside the home at 89 Pring St, Hendra. Picture: realestate.com.au.
Ghana coach Akwasi Appiah says his team is fully prepared to face Mali on Thursday.The Black Stars threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with DR Congo in the opening Group B game at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.The disappointing results have awaken critics of the four-time African champions who aim to end a staggering 31-year wait for an African title in South Africa.Players and supporters of the team have bemoaned the missed opportunity by the Black Stars to get their campaign off to a flying start following the opening draw with DR Congo.But coach Appiah believes his team has recovered from the opening set back and are set to jump-start their campaign with a win over Mali though admitting to the herculean task ahead.“After the first game, the technical team and playing body, almost everyone was not happy but at the moment we have psyched ourselves up and we are really prepared for the game,” he said. “As to any anxiety, we believe it is not going to be easy but we are going to give our best.”A win will certainly lift Ghana above their Thursday opponent who currently top Group B while a defeat will spell doom for the Black Stars who are one of the favourites to win the competition.