Prep Sports Roundup: 11/7

first_imgNovember 7, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/7 Written by Tags: Beaver Football FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFootball 2-A State SemifinalsCEDAR CITY, Utah-EJ Allred ran for 105 yards and a pair of scores on 11 carries as the Beaver Beavers clobbered Enterprise 40-13 Saturday in the 2-A state semifinals at Eccles Coliseum.Treyson Hunter (4-7, 70 yards, 2 TD’s) threw scoring passes to Statler Wright (37 yards) and Conner Crum (19 yards) as the Beavers outgained the Wolves 415-176. For good measure, the Beavers averaged 7.8 yards per play.This game had plenty of intrigue as the weather outside was frightful weeks before Christmas.EJ Allred now with a 36-yard touchdown run and Beaver leads Enterprise 40-0 with 6:05 left in the 3rd Quarter. We will now have a running clock. Beaver is outgaining Enterprise 405-27. A lightning storm has been reported nearby. We are now in **weather delay** mode.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) November 7, 2020Crayton Hollingshead added a 20-yard touchdown run and an interception for the Beavers and Turner Williams had a 14-yard touchdown run for Beaver.The Beavers next face Duchesne Saturday November 14 at 12:30 pm at Dixie State University in St. George for the 2-A state championship.CEDAR CITY, Utah-Brock Adams ran for 201 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries as the Duchesne Eagles pummeled Milford 26-6 Saturday during the 2-A state semifinal at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City.The Eagles ran for 312 yards on 54 carries (just under 5.8 yards per tote) and controlled the ball for more than 32 minutes to put the pressure on the Tigers all game long.Milford’s sole touchdown came on a 35-yard scoring strike from reserve signal-caller Blake Barnes to speedster Bret Beebe (9 touches, 124 scrimmage yards, rec TD).Duchesne improves to 11-0 on the season, setting up a matchup of unbeaten teams at Dixie State University for the 2-A state title.Duchesne prevails 26-6 as the Eagles run for 312 yards in advancing to the 2-A state title game at @DixieState_FB Saturday at 12:30 pm against Beaver pic.twitter.com/DnB2VE1M1U— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) November 8, 2020 Brad Jameslast_img read more

Dutch pension fund makes first foray into housing via Bouwinvest

first_imgThe moves comes at a time when the Dutch property market appears to be recovering and local institutions are seeking to take advantage of new rules that could force housing associations to sell assets.On Monday, APG increased its stake in housing company Vesteda.Earlier this year, Rabobank Pension Fund invested €50m in the residential fund.Bouwinvest chief executive Dick van Hal said the mandates showed institutional investors were “increasingly aware of the probably once-in-a-generation investment opportunities arising in the mid-priced rental sector in the Netherlands due to the upward turn in the cycle and the government’s moves to rebalance the housing market to attract private capital and boost supply”.Dekker said Bouwinvest “came out on top” during its due diligence of investment managers.“The important factors for us in this decision were the quality of the investment team and the portfolio and their solid track record on returns during the past few years,” he said.Bouwinvest claims the Dutch Residential Fund is the largest of its type on an “unleveraged basis”.It is one of three domestic property funds managed by Bouwinvest, which were all created out of BPF Bouw’s directly held domestic real estate portfolio.In 2010, the pension fund seeded the funds and effectively opened up its portfolio to other investors.This enabled it to reduce its exposure to the Dutch market without having to sell assets and to redeploy capital to international markets.The Bouwinvest Residential Fund portfolio consists of around 15,000 homes, mainly in the liberalised higher rental segment of the market and within the major urban areas of the Randstad conurbation – the strongest economic and most densely populated region of the Netherlands.The fund is developing approximately 1,900 homes. Dutch pension fund BPF Zoetwaren, which decided to allocate to real estate for the first time this year, has invested in its domestic residential market.The pension fund for the confectionary industry has invested €30m in the Bouwinvest Dutch Residential Fund, a €2.6bn vehicle managed by the investment arm of construction workers’ pension fund BPF Bouw.Leo Dekker, chairman of BPF Zoetwaren, said: “The pension fund decided after the findings of our last ALM study that we would start to invest in real estate from 2014.“Real estate provides a stable and sustainable return for the retirement income of our pensions, and now is a very attractive time to step into the housing market.”last_img read more