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Sunday Territorian 5 Nov 2017

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Sunday Territorian 5 Nov 2017

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Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

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2017-11-05

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62 SPORT SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5 2017 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 fourth-place finish after battling with Fords Scott McLaughlin for almost the entire race. McLaughlin, who finished third with a DJR Team Penske Falcon that appeared to be suffering from an engine issue in the races closing laps, is now 18 points behind Whincup in the championship standings. Van Gisbergen has moved to fourth on the title standings after his win, 159 points behind Whincup. Coulthards championship hopes took a huge hit with 12 laps to go when his DJR Team Penske Falcon ended up on its roof. The 35-year-old attempted to pass Fords Mostert as he was in the process of redressing from an earlier incident with David Reynolds, contact between Coulthard and Reynolds resulting in the accident. Coulthard was able to walk away from his upended Ford but the failure to finish the race sends him from second to third in the standings and 137 points behind Whincup. Mostert was also slugged with a pit-lane penalty for his role in the affair, leaving him stranded in 23rd position and hes now fifth in the championship, 210 points off the lead. The Auckland SuperSprint finishes today with another 200km race. RAFAEL Nadal pulled out of the Paris Masters yesterday because of a right-knee injury, putting in doubt his participation in the ATP finals. The top-ranked Spaniard, who had his knee taped during the third set of his third-round win over Pablo Cuevas, said he wouldnt be able to play Serbian qualifier Filip Krajinovic. I have to pull out. Of course its a very tough deci sion for me, especially here in Paris, which has been the most important city in my career without a doubt, said Nadal, a 10-time French Open champion. Its a tough situation but I tried my best I did one treatment yesterday night to try and play today. He didnt say whether he would be able to play at the ATP finals in London, which start on November 12. Its not about London, its about the longer term, Nadal said. Its important to play tennis as long as possible The 31-year-old said he would consult a doctor to assess the state of his right knee. As the match against Cuevas went on, Nadals movement looked restricted and he lacked his usual speed and mobility around court. Injury puts Nadal in doubt for ATP finals Holden driver Shane Van Gisbergen celebrating victory in V8 Supercars action in Auckland yesterday Shane keeps in title contention HOLDENS Shane Van Gisbergen claimed victory in yesterdays Supercars race in New Zealand. The home-town hero came home ahead of Fords Mark Winterbottom in a dramafilled 66-lap race at Pukekohe Park Raceway. The victory keeps the defending series champion in title contention with three races to go in 2018, with rivals Fabian Coulthard and Chaz Mostert having a day to forget. Van Gisbergens Red Bull Holden Racing Team teammate Jamie Whincup retains the championship lead with a ED JACKSON ASHLEIGH Barty says there is no chance of getting caught up in her own hype after the Australians dismantling of two-time grand slam champion Angelique Kerber. On Thursday Barty had made light work of Kerber, ranked No.1 in the world at the start of the year, in Zhuhai to qualify for the WTA Elite Trophy semi-finals. The 21-year-old will play American Coco Vandeweghe, while Julia Goerges and Anastasija Sevastova contest the other semi-final. If Barty wins the seasonending event, she will likely enter Januarys Australian Open with a top-16 seeding after starting 2017 ranked 271. This time 12 months ago I was banging my head against a brick wall because my arm wouldnt heal, she said. Its been a radical (rankings) change in 12 months and to finish with a cool, different, experience like this is great. She visited a local school on Friday, with a polite and engaging Barty asking the students about the architecture, art and culture of the school. It was further evidence that the Ipswich product, who is still based in the area and organises her own logistics on tour, wont be distracted by the inevitable exposure ahead of Australias summer of tennis. Barnstorming Barty stays groundedBasketballNBL, Rd 5 NEW ZEALAND BREAKERS 92 (E Sosa 24 T Abercrombie 21 D Newbill 13) d ADELAIDE 36ERS 88 (M Creek 24 D Johnson 18 R Moore 14); MELBOURNE UNITED 87 (C Ware 26 C Goulding 20 C Prather 16) d CAIRNS TAIPANS 65 (M Carrera 19 D Heuir 10 S Weigh 8); ILLAWARRA HAWKS 112 (N Kay 19 O Forman 18 D Conger 18) d BRISBANE BULLETS 81 (P Buford 18 D Kickert 15 T Jervis 14); PERTH WILDCATS 93 (L Walker 17 B Cotton 16 J Tokoto 15) d SYDNEY KINGS 69 (P Ellis 19 I Humphries 13 B Newley 11); MELBOURNE UNITED 101 (C Prather 25 C Ware 21 D Andersen 13) d ADELAIDE 36ERS 84 (D Johnson 23 M Creek 16 S Shorter 13) Standings P W L Pts Won Perth Wildcats 6 5 1 112.63 83.33 NZ Breakers 6 5 1 105.80 83.33 Melbourne United 7 4 3 107.13 57.14 Adelaide 36ers 8 4 4 103.61 50.00 Cairns Taipans 7 3 4 95.84 42.86 Brisbane Bullets 6 2 4 91.68 33.33 Illawarra Hawks 7 2 5 96.44 28.57 Sydney Kings 7 2 5 90.90 28.57 WNBL, Rd 5 SYDNEY UNI FLAMES 81 (A Taylor 18 B Snell 16 J Hamson 13) d CANBERRA CAPITALS 62 (M Bass 15 J Hooper 14 A Wehrung 12); DANDENONG RANGERS 83 (T Roberts 16 S Blicavs 15 S Blicavs 14) d ADELAIDE LIGHTNING 81 (N Seekamp 18 A Bishop 17 C Planeta 11) in overtime at Titanium Security Arena.; PERTH LYNX 87 (A Kunek 25 S Whitcomb 18 C Williams 16) d TOWNSVILLE FIRE 68 (S Batkovic 24 C George 11 L Mincy 8); SYDNEY UNI FLAMES 81 (A Taylor 29 B Snell 14 K Ebzery 11) d CANBERRA CAPITALS 72 (N Hurst 13 J Hooper 12 R Jarry 11); BENDIGO SPIRIT 71 (R Banham 17 G Richards 13 K Griffin 13) d MELBOURNE BOOMERS 66 (M Garrick 18 E Cambage 14 R Cole 10) Standings P W L Pts Won Sydney Uni Flames 8 6 2 108.26 75.00 Adelaide Lightning 7 5 2 105.32 71.43 Townsville Fire 7 4 3 100.41 57.14 Dandenong Rangers 7 4 3 98.48 57.14 Melbourne Boomers 8 4 4 108.16 50.00 Perth Lynx 7 3 4 99.83 42.86 Bendigo Spirit 7 2 5 92.31 28.57 Canberra Capitals 9 2 7 90.92 22.22 NBA (home team in CAPS) DENVER NUGGETS 95 Miami Heat 94; UTAH JAZZ 100 Toronto Raptors 109; DETROIT PISTONS 105 Milwaukee Bucks 96; ORLANDO MAGIC 83 Chicago Bulls 105; PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 121 Indiana Pacers 110; WASHINGTON WIZARDS 122 Cleveland Cavaliers 130; ATLANTA HAWKS 104 Houston Rockets 119; NEW YORK KNICKS 120 Phoenix Suns 107; DALLAS MAVERICKS 94 New Orleans Pelicans 99; SAN ANTONIO SPURS 108 Charlotte Hornets 101; L.A. LAKERS 124 Brooklyn Nets 112; OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 94 Boston Celtics 101 Bowls World Singles Champion Of Champions at St Johns Park BC, Sydney Day 6: MEN: Elim-f: A Teys (AUS) bt A Kumar (FIJ) 10-5 7-6, D Elgar (NZL) bt B Kane (IRE) 7-4 7-7. Semi-f: A Teys (AUS) bt D Kingdon (WAL) 7-7 8-6, D Elgar (NZL) bt D Oliver (SCO) 10-5 10-7. WOMEN: Elim-f: L Daniels (WAL) bt N Neal (RSA) 10-4 6-5, E Saroji (MAS) bt C Krizanic (AUS) 10-2 4-9 5-0. Semi-f: E Saroji (MAS) bt D Knight (ENG) 11-10 12-6, L Daniels (WAL) bt S Goddard (NZL) 8-2 11-2. Cricket Two-Day Tour Match Western Australia XI v England Day 1 stumps at WACA ground ENGLAND 1st Innings A COOK c How b Coulter-Nile . . . . . . . . . . .0 (2) M STONEMAN c Hobson b Morris . . . . 85 (113) J VINCE c Turner b Hardie . . . . . . . . . . 82 (129) J ROOT c How b Hardie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 (22) D MALAN retired out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 (88) G BALLANCE retired out . . . . . . . . . . . 51 (102) J BAIRSTOW not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 (37) C WOAKES not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 (53) Extras (1b 3lb 1w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Six wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 349 Fall: 0 (Cook), 153 (Stoneman), 179 (Vince), 184 (Root), 288 (Malan), 288 (Ballance) Bowling: N Coulter-Nile 16-3-43-1, M Turner 16-6-54-0, L Morris 11-1-65-1 (1w), T David 10-1-38-0, C Hinchliffe 4-0-18-0, A Hardie 11-2-46-2, K Gardiner 11-1-50-0, W Bosisto 11-2-25-0, J Carder 1-0-6-0 Overs: 91 Sheffield Shield Victoria v South Australia Day 1 stumps at MCG SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1st Innings J DALTON lbw Tremain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (21) J WEATHERALD c Harper b Tremain . . . . . .2 (5) C FERGUSON c Christian b Siddle . . . . . . . .4 (9) T HEAD c Dean b Boland . . . . . . . . . . . 67 (136) J LEHMANN c Finch b Boland . . . . . . 103 (115) T COOPER not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 (155) A CAREY c Maxwell b Boland . . . . . . . 36 (104) J MENNIE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 (31) Extras (2b) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Six wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291 Fall: 9 (Weatherald), 18 (Dalton), 18 (Ferguson), 182 (Lehmann), 193 (Head), 273 (Carey) Bowling: P Siddle 19-5-58-1, C Tremain 19-653-2, S Boland 19-8-57-3, F Ahmed 26-4-800, G Maxwell 2-1-2-0, D Christian 11-1-39-0 Overs: 96 Tasmania v Queensland Day 1 stumps at Blundstone Arena TASMANIA 1st Innings J SILK b Neser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (31) J DORAN b Neser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 (3) A DOOLAN c & b Neser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 (11) G BAILEY b Wildermuth. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 (39) M WADE b Feldman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 (41) B MCDERMOTT c Feldman b Neser . . . 37 (114) B WEBSTER c Khawaja b Steketee. . . . . 11 (37) T ROGERS b Neser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 (55) S RAINBIRD c Feldman b Neser . . . . . . . 24 (30) G BELL b Feldman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (17) J BIRD not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 (11) Extras (7lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186 Fall: 1 (Doran), 5 (Doolan), 24 (Silk), 48 (Bailey), 55 (Wade), 68 (Webster), 128 (Rogers), 135 (McDermott), 152 (Bell), 186 (Rainbird) Bowling: M Neser 17.5-5-57-6, L Feldman 207-45-2, J Wildermuth 11-3-35-1, M Steketee 13-5-30-1, M Swepson 3-0-12-0 Overs: 64.5 QUEENSLAND 1st Innings M RENSHAW c Doolan b Bird. . . . . . . . . . 1 (16) J BURNS lbw Bird. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 (33) U KHAWAJA c Wade b Rainbird . . . . . . . 27 (49) M LABUSCHAGNE run out (McDermott). . .2 (9) S TRULOFF lbw Bell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 (27) J WILDERMUTH not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (11) J PEIRSON not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (3) Extras (4lb 4nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Five wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Fall: 12 (Renshaw), 17 (Burns), 43 (Labuschagne), 64 (Khawaja), 72 (Truloff) Bowling: J Bird 9-4-15-2 (2nb), G Bell 6-218-1, S Rainbird 6-1-28-1 (2nb), T Rogers 3-1-14-0 Overs: 24 New South Wales v Western Australia Day 1 stumps at Hurstville Oval NEW SOUTH WALES 1st Innings D WARNER c M Marsh b Behrendorff . . . 5 (17) N MADDINSON b Mackin . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 (33) S SMITH c Wells b Cartwright . . . . . . . 76 (130) K PATTERSON c Mackin b Richardson. . 36 (65) M HENRIQUES lbw Mackin . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 (5) D HUGHES c Moody b Richardson. . . . . 25 (51) P NEVILL not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 (87) M STARC c Wells b Mackin. . . . . . . . . . . 43 (61) P CUMMINS not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 (31) Extras (2w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Seven wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254 Fall: 6 (Warner), 35 (Maddinson), 101 (Patterson), 105 (Henriques), 146 (Smith), 166 (Hughes), 225 (Starc) Bowling: J Behrendorff 16-2-44-1, J Richardson 17-2-43-2 (1w), S Mackin 19-560-3, D Moody 16-3-68-0, H Cartwright 7-120-1 (1w), D Short 5-0-19-0 Overs: 80 Golf US PGA Shriners Open Second round at Las Vegas, Nevada (play suspended, par 71) 131: J.J. Spaun (USA) 66 65 -8: Kelly Kraft (USA) 67 - 15holes 135: Robert Garrigus (USA) 70 65 136: Aaron Baddeley (AUS) 70 66, Patton Kizzire (USA) 70 66 137: Kim Meen-Whee (KOR) 65 72, Stephan Jager (GER) 69 68 138: Patrick Cantlay (USA) 67 71, Kevin Chappell (USA) 67 71, Tony Finau (USA) 69 69, Talor Gooch (USA) 71 67 -4: Kevin Tway (USA) 68 - 16holes Other Australians: 143: Geoff Ogilvy 71 72; 143: Rod Pampling 70 73; 147: Greg Chalmers 74 73; 150: Matt Jones 75 75 European PGA Turkish Airlines Open Second round at Antalya, Turkey (par 71) 128: Nicolas Colsaerts (BEL) 64 64 132: Eddie Pepperell (ENG) 66 66 133: Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA) 66 67 134: Shane Lowry (IRL) 68 66, Matthew Southgate (ENG) 69 65, Stephen Gallacher (SCO) 69 65, Matthew Fitzpatrick (ENG) 69 65 135: Lee Westwood (ENG) 67 68 Australians: 140: Marcus Fraser 69 71; 141: Andrew Dodt 74 67; 142: Scott Hend 72 70; 144: Sam Brazel 72 72 LPGA Japan Classic Second round at Ibaraki (par 72) 129: Feng Shanshan (CHN) 66 63 131: Ai Suzuki (JPN) 66 65 134: Lee Min-Young (KOR) 66 68, Charley Hull (ENG) 70 64 135: Momoko Ueda (JPN) 69 66, Lizette Salas (USA) 66 69, Ayaka Watanabe (JPN) 68 67, Stacy Lewis (USA) 68 67, Anna Nordqvist (SWE) 67 68 136: Teresa Lu (TPE) 69 67, Ryu So Yeon (KOR) 68 68, Lydia Ko (NZL) 68 68, Tsai Pei-Ying (TPE) 68 68, Brittany Altomare (USA) 68 68 Other Australians: 137: Minjee Lee (AUS) 70 67; 138: Sarah Jane Smith 71 67; 149: Su Oh 77 72 Ladies European Tour FBM Open Third round at Abu Dhabi, UAE (par 72) 201: Aditi Ashok (IND) 67 66 68 203: Cheyenne Woods (USA) 69 66 68 204: Lee-Anne Pace (RSA) 66 66 72, Eleanor Givens (ENG) 71 69 64 205: Georgia Hall (ENG) 69 67 69, Camilla Lennarth (SWE) 70 65 70 206: Thidapa Suwannapura (THA) 69 69 68, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 68 69 69, Minea Blomqvist-Kakko (FIN) 71 66 69, Luna Sobron (ESP) 73 62 71, Florentyna Parker (ENG) 67 69 70 Australians: 210: Rebecca Artis 69 69 72, Sarah Kemp 71 67 72; 213: Whitney Hillier 72 67 74; 214: Stacey Peters 71 72 71 Motorsport Supercars Round 13 - Auckland SuperSprint at Pukekohe Park Raceway, NZ Race 1 (66 laps): 1. Shane Van Gisbergen (Holden) 1h 23m 58.8115s; 2. Mark Winterbottom (Ford) 1:23:59.6287; 3. Scott McLaughlin (Ford) 1:24:00.2364; 4. Jamie Whincup (Holden) 1:24:00.6912; 5. Jason Bright (Ford) 1:24:01.3645; 6. Tim Slade (Holden) 1:24:01.9717; 7. Garth Tander (Holden) 1:24:02.7627; 8. Craig Lowndes (Holden) 1:24:03.1262; 9. Cameron Waters (Ford) 1:24:03.5694; 10. Lee Holdsworth (Holden) 1:24:04.0917; 11. Rick Kelly (Nissan) 1:24:05.2857; 12. Will Davison (Holden) 1:24:05.5676; 13. James Moffat (Holden) 1:24:06.3082; 14. Scott Pye (Holden) 1:24:06.8853; 15. Todd Kelly (Nissan) 1:24:07.3307; 16. Nick Percat (Holden) 1:24:08.1927; 17. Michael Caruso (Nissan) 1:24:08.7539; 18. Simona De Silvestro (Nissan) 1:24:09.0951; 19. Tim Blanchard (Holden) 1:24:09.6664; 20. Dale Wood (Holden) 1:24:11.6150; 21. Aaren Russell (Holden) 1:24:12.5827; 22. Jack Perkins (Holden) 1:24:12.8644; 23. Chaz Mostert (Ford) 1:24:49.0526; 24. David Reynolds (Holden) +3 Laps; 25. James Courtney (Holden) +3 Laps; 26. Fabian Coulthard (Ford) DNF Rugby League World Cup TONGA 32 (M Jennings 2 M Mau B MurdochMasila P Terepo tries S Taukeiaho 4 A Hingano 2 goals) d SAMOA 18 (T Lafai B Roberts J Tevaga tries T Lafai 3 goals) at Waikato Stadium. Referee: Ben Cummins. NEW ZEALAND 74 (P Hiku 3 T Martin 3 J Nightingale 2 K Bromwich S Johnson R Packer J Tapine E Taylor D Whare tries S Johnson 9 goals) d SCOTLAND 6 (O Thomas try D Addy goal) at Christchurch. Referee: Henry Perenara. Pool 1 P W D L F A Pts Australia 2 2 0 0 70 10 4 Lebanon 1 1 0 0 29 18 2 England 1 0 0 1 4 18 0 France 2 0 0 2 24 81 0 Pool 2 P W D L F A Pts New Zealand 2 2 0 0 112 14 4 Tonga 2 2 0 0 82 22 4 Samoa 2 0 0 2 26 70 0 Scotland 2 0 0 2 10 124 0 Pool 3 P W D L F A Pts PNG 1 1 0 0 50 6 2 Ireland 1 1 0 0 36 12 2 Wales 1 0 0 1 6 50 0 Pool 4 P W D L F A Pts Fiji 1 1 0 0 58 12 2 Italy 1 0 0 1 12 36 0 USA 1 0 0 1 12 58 0 Rugby Union NRC, Semi-Final CANBERRA VIKINGS 40 (R Valetini F Sione A Muirhead H Lloyd T Banks W Hawera tries W Hawera 5 goals) d PERTH SPIRIT 35 (R Arnold 3 A Rangi S Maiolo tries P Grant 5 goals) at Viking Park, Canberra. Soccer A-League, Rd 5 SYDNEY FC 1 (Luke Wilkshire 59m) d MELBOURNE CITY 0 at AAMI Park. Crowd: 11,034. Referee: Jarred Gillett. Standings P W D L GF GA GD Pts Sydney FC 5 4 1 0 9 4 5 13 Melbourne City 5 4 0 1 7 2 5 12 Newcastle Jets 4 2 2 0 10 5 5 8 Western Syd 4 1 3 0 7 6 1 6 Adelaide United 4 1 2 1 5 6 -1 5 Perth Glory 4 1 1 2 5 7 -2 4 Wellington 4 0 2 2 6 8 -2 2 Melb Victory 4 0 2 2 4 6 -2 2 Central Coast 4 0 2 2 5 10 -5 2 Brisbane Roar 4 0 1 3 5 9 -4 1 Leading Goalscorers: 5: Roy ODonovan (Newcastle) 4: Bobo (Sydney) 3: Ross McCormack (Melbourne City), Massimo Maccarone (Brisbane), Oriol Riera (Western Sydney), Adam Taggart (Perth), Dimitri Petratos (Newcastle), Bruce Kamau (Melbourne City), Andrija Kaludjerovic (Wellington) Sunday 5 Nov, 3.30pm Brisbane Roar v Central Coast Mariners at Suncorp Stadium. Monday 6 Nov,6.20pm Melbourne Victory v Western Sydney Wanderers at Etihad Stadium. W-League, Rd 2 MELBOURNE CITY WL 1 (Rebekah Stott 82m) d MELBOURNE VICTORY 0 at AAMI Park. Referee: Kate Jacewicz. WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS WL 2 (Loeau LaBonta 13m, Rosie Sutton 90+1m) d ADELAIDE UNITED 1 (Makenzy Doniak 22m) at Marconi Stadium. Referee: Casey Reibelt. NEWCASTLE JETS 2 (Nikola Orgill 2m, Arin Gilliland 29m) d SYDNEY FC 0 at McDonald Jones Stadium. Referee: Kelly Jones. Standings P W D L GF GA GD Pts Newcastle Jets 2 2 0 0 4 1 3 6 Perth Glory 1 1 0 0 4 1 3 3 Brisbane Roar 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 3 West Syd WL 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3 Melb Victory 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 3 Melb City WL 2 1 0 1 2 4 -2 3 Adelaide Utd. 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 0 Canberra Utd. 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 0 Sydney FC 2 0 0 2 1 5 -4 0 Leading Goalscorers: 2: Allira Toby (Brisbane), Rachel Hill (Perth) Sunday 5 Nov, 1pm Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory at Suncorp Stadium FA Cup, Rd 1 Hyde United 0 Milton Keynes Dons 4 (Nesbitt 14, Aneke 45+3, Ebanks-Landell 67, Upson 73); Port Vale 2 (Gunning 16, Pope 53) Oxford United 0; Notts County 4 (Yates 30, 31, Stead 58, Grant 90+6) Bristol Rovers 2 (Sercombe 8, Sinclair 12) English Championship Wolves 2 (Saiss 9, Leo Bonatini 26) Fulham 0 Standings P W D L F A Pts Wolves 16 11 2 3 29 15 35 Cardiff City 15 9 4 2 21 11 31 Sheffield Utd 15 10 0 5 20 13 30 Bristol City 15 7 6 2 24 15 27 Aston Villa 15 7 5 3 21 13 26 Derby County 14 7 4 3 21 15 25 Leeds United 15 7 2 6 23 16 23 Middlesbrough 15 6 5 4 20 13 23 Norwich City 15 6 4 5 14 18 22 Preston NE 15 5 6 4 19 16 21 Ipswich Town 14 7 0 7 23 22 21 QPR 15 5 6 4 19 18 21 Nottingham Frst. 15 7 0 8 21 26 21 Sheffield Wed 15 5 5 5 19 18 20 Brentford 15 4 7 4 22 20 19 Fulham 16 4 7 5 18 19 19 Millwall 15 4 5 6 17 16 17 Hull City 15 4 4 7 27 26 16 Barnsley 14 4 4 6 20 21 16 Reading 14 4 3 7 14 17 15 Birmingham City 15 3 3 9 8 23 12 Sunderland 15 1 7 7 20 30 10 Burton Albion 15 2 4 9 9 31 10 Bolton Wanderers 15 1 5 9 11 28 8 Leading Goalscorers: 10: Leo Bonatini (Wolves) 9: Bobby Reid (Bristol City) 8: Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough), Jarrod Bowen (Hull City), Lewis Grabban (Sunderland) 7: Diogo Jota (Wolves), Gary Hooper (Sheffield Wednesday), Martyn Waghorn (Ipswich Town) Tennis ATP Paris Masters at Paris, France Quarter-finals (prefix denotes seeding): Julien Benneteau (FRA) d 3-Marin Cilic (CRO) 7-6(5) 7-5; 9-John Isner (USA) d 13-Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 6-4 6-7(5) 6-4; Filip Krajinovic (SRB) d 1-Rafael Nadal (ESP) w/o. WTA Elite Trophy at Zhuhai, China Semifinals: 7-Julia Goerges (GER) d 5-Anastasija Sevastova (LAT) 6-3 6-3. Round robin, group stage: 11-Barbora Strycova (CZE) d 3-Sloane Stephens (USA) 5-0 ret. 12-Peng Shuai (CHN) d 6-Elena Vesnina (RUS) 6-2 1-0 ret. 7-Julia Goerges (GER) d 1-Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) 6-2 7-6(4). Pro Tour Canberra International at Canberra Tennis Centre, ACT Men Singles Semi-f: 3-M Ebden (AUS) d M Polmans (AUS) 5-7 6-1 6-4, 2-T Daniel (JPN) d A Bolt (AUS) 7-6(2) 6-2. Quarter-finals: M Polmans (AUS) d A Sarkissian (USA) 7-6(3) 6-3, 3-M Ebden (AUS) d B Ellis (AUS) 6-2 7-6(3), A Bolt (AUS) d G Van Peperzeel (AUS) 6-4 6-4, 2-T Daniel (JPN) d 8-O Jasika (AUS) 7-6(0) 6-4. Women Singles Semi-f: 4-D Aiava (AUS) d A Bai (AUS) 6-3 7-5, 6-O Rogowska (AUS) d J Glushko (ISR) 1-6 6-3 6-0. Quarter-finals: A Bai (AUS) d K McPhee (AUS) 3-6 6-3 6-4, 4-D Aiava (AUS) d 5-T Zidansek (SLO) 6-2 6-2, 6-O Rogowska (AUS) d A TereApisah (PNG) 7-5 7-5, J Glushko (ISR) d 2-L Cabrera (AUS) 6-4 7-5. www.ntnews.com.au Saturday, February 1, 2014. NT NEWS. 41 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:1-FEGE:41 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l SPORT McCrone aRoo in themaking NEWS Canberra coach Ricky Stuart dangled a big, fat representative jersey carrot in front of JoshMcCrone when convincing him to switch to hooker full-time. Stuart, who left Parramatta to coach the Raiders after the sacking of David Furner, has wasted no time stamping his authority on his new team, training them in 40C heat and sending them to aweek-long elite training camp. The former NSW and Australia coach has seen big potential for McCrone at hooker. Faith inMoses to deliver title MOSESWigness has taken over the reins again at Brothers Rugby League club for the 2014 season. Wigness, who coached the club for three years and won the 2010 and 2011 premierships, replaces Anthoiny Castro who had held the position for the past two seasons. The clubs seniors sign-on day is at Airport Tavern today from 1pm. Brothers spokesman John Adams said the clubwanted to regain the premiership that they lost to Palmerston last year. New rules to endmass debates MANLY coach Geoff Toovey says captain Jamie Lyon wont have to change his on-field approach to referees despite recent NRL rule changes. Lyon and Canterburys Michael Ennis are seen as two of the games leading debaters when it comes to arguing withmatch officials. But they are set to be stymied by a new law that limits where andwhen captains can speak to refs. Under new rules captains will only be able to speak to refs during a stoppage in play. Basketball NBA Home team in CAPS: INDIANA PACERS 94 Phoenix Suns 102; GOLDEN STATEWARRIORS 111 L.A. Clip pers 92; NEW YORK KNICKS 117 Cleveland Cava liers 86. Cricket Womens Twenty20 inMelbourne England Innings C EDWARDS c&bOsborne.............................. 28 (34) DWYATTbFerling................................................. 0 (2) S TAYLORbFerling.............................................. 8 (10) LGREENWAY cOsbornebPerry..................... 15 (16) NSCIVER lbw Jonassen........................................ 4 (9) ABRINDLEnot out ............................................. 26 (26) A JONESbFarrell 14................................................ (22) LWINFIELDnot out................................................ 1 (1) Sundries (1lb 1w)......................................................... 2 SIXwickets for ........................................................... 98 Fall: 5 (Wyatt), 25 (Taylor), 48 (Greenway), 56 (Sciver), 62 (Edwards), 97 (Jones). Bowling: H Ferling 3-0-14-2, J Hunter 2-0-11-0, R Farrell 4-0-17-1, E Perry 3-0-19-1 (1w), J Jonassen 4-0-17-1, EOsborne 4-0-19-1.Overs: 20. Australia Innings EVILLANIbHazell ............................................. 16 (17) AHEALYnot out................................................. 37 (43) MLANNING cGreenwayb Elwiss................... 42 (28) J CAMERONbBrindle............................................ 0 (2) ABLACKWELLnot out........................................... 1 (2) Sundries (2w1nb) ....................................................... 3 THREEwickets for ..................................................... 99 Fall: 25 (Villani), 94 (Lanning), 94 (Cameron). Bowling: D Hazell 4-0-11-1, K Cross 2-0-20-0 (2w), N Sciver 2-0-18-0, G Elwiss 3.1-0-19-1, D Wyatt 2-0-22-0 (1nb), A Brindle 2-0-9-1.Overs: 15.1. Player of theMatch:Holly Ferling. IceHockey NHL Home team in CAPS: OTTAWA SENATORS 5 Tampa Bay Lightning 3; New Jersey Devils 3 DALLAS STARS 2 OT; Pittsburgh Penguins 4 LOS ANGELES KINGS 1;Montreal Canadiens 4 BOSTONBRUINS 1; TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS 6 Florida Panthers 3; COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 5Washington Capitals 2; COLORADO AVALANCHE 5 Minnesota Wild 4; CALGARY FLAMES 4 San Jose Sharks 1; Buffalo Sabres 3 PHOENIX COYOTES 2; ANAHEIM DUCKS 5 Philadelphia Flyers 3. HorseRacing Yesterdays TattsBet Dividends TAMWORTH (CR) Race 1: 8 Gelsomina $5.10 $1.70 4 October Magic $2.70 3 Jeterin $1.90. Q: $24.20. E: $63.00. T: $159.30. A2: 4-8: $8.30, 3-8: $4.30, 3-4: $5.80. Scr: 7. Race 2: 3 Another Snappy $8.50 $2.40 4 El Tabar $1.60 8 Monaco Ponds $1.70. Q: $16.00. E: $35.00. T: $124.40. A2: 3-4: $5.10, 3-8: $8.40, 4-8: $3.00. Scr: 1,6L. Race 3: 12 Subtract $5.60 $1.90 5 Dance Chelle $4.20 3 My Chum Charlie $1.80. Q: $69.40. E: $131.40. T: $569.60. A2: 5-12: $13.20, 3-12: $4.70, 3-5: $8.20. Scr: 1,7. Race 4: 8 Border Flight $2.50 $1.60 1 Slate On Edge $1.40 2 DontMove $1.30. Q: $6.00. E: $11.60. T: $29.80. A2: 1-8: $3.50, 2-8: $2.80, 1-2: $2.80. All Started. Race 5: 4 Space Invader $4.40 $1.90 7 Ima Gonski $3.70 14 Universal Miss $1.80. Q: $28.70. E: $45.40. T: $238.10. A2: 4-7: $11.30, 4-14: $4.30, 7-14: $9.80. FIRST 4: (4 7 14 16) $3,573.60. Scr: 3,5,17,18. Race 6: 1 Frankiefourfingers $4.40 $1.60 8 Just Cooking $1.40 2 Commentz $1.80. Q: $10.90. E: $21.90. T: $78.80. A2: 1-8: $4.40, 1-2: $2.10, 2-8: $2.70. FIRST 4: (1 8 2 9) $544.00. Scr: 5L. Race 7: 3 Dayarma $3.80 $1.40 9 Jewels Shadow $1.40 4 Meghalaya $2.50. Q: $6.00. E: $13.70. T: $73.20. A2: 3-9: $2.30, 3-4: $6.80, 4-9: $5.10. FIRST 4: (3 9 4 5) $192.80. Scr: 1,6. Race 8: 2 Flight In Space $4.10 $1.60 1 Irish Teardrop $1.20 9 Rockatorio $2.60. Q: $5.80. E: $15.80. T: $92.60. A2: 1-2: $2.10, 2-9: $7.00, 1-9: $4.80. FIRST 4: (2 1 9 3) $360.80. Scr: 10. Extra Double: 12 Subtract 8 Border Flight $36.70. Double: 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $21.50. Treble: 1 Frankiefourfingers 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $240.00. Quaddie: 4 Space Invader 1 Frankiefourfingers 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $647.40. IPSWICH (BR) Race 1: 3 World Series $7.70 $2.20 6 Danehill Native $1.50 9 Tycoon Sid $1.70. Q: $11.00. E: $23.40. T: $66.20. A2: 3-6: $2.30, 3-9: $4.60, 6-9: $3.80. FIRST 4: (3 6 9 4) $366.20. Scr: 5. Race 2: 1 Billabong Bird $14.30 $3.30 7 Dragon Tale $1.50 3 Love Stories $1.10. Q: $21.30. E: $91.20. T: $141.30. A2: 1-7: $7.10, 1-3: $5.50, 3-7: $1.80. FIRST 4: (1 7 3 2) $916.20. All Started. Race 3: 4 Racing In The Wind $2.10 $1.20 6 Aint Going Down $6.20 3 GreyMatter $3.70. Q: $36.10. E: $59.60. T: $456.50. A2: 4-6: $16.00, 3-4: $5.30, 3-6: $33.10. FIRST 4: (4 6 3 5) $6,257.60. Scr: 7,12,13. Race 4: 10 Decillion $24.20 $5.90 11 Bold Embrace $3.40 7 County Gold $2.10. Q: $127.00. E: $245.50. T: $3,349.80. A2: 10-11: $31.20, 7-10: $25.40, 7-11: $9.10. FIRST 4: (10 11 7 8) $10,162.40. All Started. Race 5: 10 Beau Boy $38.60 $5.10 2 Nature Bites $1.80 7 Sextant $3.30. Q: $75.30. E: $231.10. T: $1,309.90. A2: 2-10: $11.20, 7-10: $30.90, 2-7: $16.30. FIRST 4: (10 2 7 5) $11,826.60. Scr: 1,4. Race 6: 3 Adenarius $31.50 $4.30 10 Hardley $1.00 2 Warhogg $1.60. Q: $27.10. E: $165.40. T: $291.30. A2: 3-10: $8.50, 2-3: $9.20, 2-10: $1.80. FIRST 4: (3 10 2 8) $1,492.60. Scr: 1,5,11. Race 7: 13HazyHunter $16.70 $4.30 7 Super Sorted $2.20 10 Outback Lass $4.70. Q: $37.20. E: $116.00. T: $1,555.30. A2: 7-13: $24.20, 10-13: $30.90, 7-10: $18.00. FIRST 4: (13 7 10 5) $7,128.60. Scr: 2,14. Extra Double: 1 Billabong Bird 4 Racing In The Wind $59.30. Double: 3 Adenarius 13 Hazy Hunter $393.00. Treble: 10 Beau Boy 3 Adenarius 13 Hazy Hunter $4,554.20. Quaddie: 10 Decillion 10 Beau Boy 3Adenarius 13HazyHunter $26,293.40. ESPERANCE (PR) Race 1: 2 Hussars $1.90 $1.30 1 Born To Excel $2.30 4 Grey Jabiru NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $5.00. T: $31.20. All Started. Race 2: 9 Its Scandalous $3.70 $2.00 1 Forebear $7.00 4 Wasnt Me Officer $2.10. Q: $42.90. E: $70.90. T: $266.00. A2: 1-9: $21.10, 4-9: $5.80, 1-4: $27.90. Scr: 7,11. Race 3: 4 Oroya $6.70 $1.50 10 Tully Dayo $2.60 1 Bear Trader $1.60. Q: $25.10. E: $43.60. T: $161.80. A2: 4-10: $7.80, 1-4: $4.40, 1-10: $7.30. Scr: 3,8L. Race 4: 3 Star Crest $3.30 $1.50 1 Battle Emblem $4.40 7 Encoded $1.60. Q: $32.70. E: $40.10. T: $250.20. A2: 1-3: $10.60, 3-7: $6.30, 1-7: $9.40. Scr: 9. Race 5: 4 DukeOf Downs $6.00 $1.50 1Master Robson $1.90 2 Martinka $1.10. Q: $13.00. E: $35.70. T: $64.60. A2: 1-4: $4.80, 2-4: $4.90, 1-2: $5.50. Scr: 10. Race 6: 4 Secret Ceremony $5.00 $1.60 3 Mosalishus $1.40 1 Monumental $5.20. Q: $11.60. E: $14.00. T: $208.00. A2: 3-4: $7.20, 1-4: $16.80, 1-3: $32.30. Scr: 7. Race 7: 12 Honors Secret $24.10 $7.00 14 Zippron $15.30 5 Cant You See That $2.40. Q: $547.70. E: $544.80. T: $6,496.40. A2: 12-14: $84.30, 5-12: $31.10, 5-14: $179.00. All Started. EXTRA DOUBLE: 9 Its Scandalous 4 Oroya $39.00. DOUBLE: 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $166.50. TREBLE: 4 Duke Of Downs 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $798.50. QUADDIE: 3 Star Crest 4 Duke Of Downs 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $3,057.30. ALBURY (NR) Race 1: 4 Bay Of Biscay $12.80 $3.50 2 Rusty Motorbike $2.50 7 Athlone River $1.50. Q: $42.80. E: $98.70. T: $563.70. A2: 2-4: $13.50, 4-7: $7.40, 2-7: $6.30. Scr: 9,11. Race 2: 6 Anotherwayout $14.90 $3.60 10 Nariel Dash $10.10 13 Emconi $1.70. Q: $311.00. E: $434.50. T: $4,474.70. A2: 6-10: $139.50, 6-13: $11.80, 10-13: $24.20. Scr: 9,12,16. Race 3: 4 Marble Prince $2.40 $1.10 1 Montana Man $1.90 6 Front Pew $3.20. Q: $5.80. E: $11.80. T: $57.10. A2: 1-4: $4.70, 4-6: $5.00, 1-6: $12.90. Scr: 9L. Race 4: 4 Bangatang $3.50 $1.50 6 New Moves $1.80 2 Cee Cee n Dry $2.40. Q: $9.80. E: $12.40. T: $94.70. A2: 4-6: $4.70, 2-4: $4.20, 2-6: $9.80. All Start ed. Race 5: 10 Arctic Grey $18.60 $4.60 8 Koel $1.70 4 Areteare $4.00. Q: $36.60. E: $154.80. T: $739.20. A2: 8-10: $10.10, 4-10: $36.80, 4-8: $12.90. FIRST 4: (10 8 4 7) $2,481.40. All Started. Race 6: 4 Gunner $23.30 $5.00 8 Stradas Diamond $2.00 3 Lateandknewit $2.40. Q: $45.70. E: $226.90. T: $1,225.40. A2: 4-8: $14.30, 3-4: $15.80, 3-8: $10.20. FIRST 4: (4 8 3 7) $6,403.20. Scr: 6. Race 7: 5 Steakandbearnaise $1.80 $1.30 8 Late Starter $3.60 10 My Buddy Ripper $3.30. Q: $15.40. E: $19.10. T: $154.30. A2: 5-8: $5.10, 5-10: $4.70, 8-10: $21.60. FIRST 4: (5 8 10 4) $953.00. Scr: 7. Race 8: 2 Looksmart $5.30 $1.90 4 The Sands $2.10 6 Albykita Magic $3.00. Q: $10.20. E: $21.10. T: $105.40. A2: 2-4: $5.10, 2-6: $7.90, 4-6: $7.60. FIRST 4: (2 4 6 3) $1,144.20. Scr: 1,11,15L. EXTRA DOUBLE: 4 Marble Prince 4 Bangatang $10.60. DOUBLE: 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $16.90. TREBLE: 4 Gunner 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $464.60. QUADDIE: 10 Arctic Grey 4 Gunner 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $7,247.50. ARARAT (VR) Race 1: 1 Bench And Bar $2.70 $1.40 8 Port Hercule $1.20 6 Megastrike Mike $9.20. Q: $3.70. E: $9.30. T: $178.70. A2: 1-8: $2.50, 1-6: $20.80, 6-8: $34.00. All Started. Race 2: 4 Giacinta $3.30 $1.60 6 Queen Of The Ark $3.00 8 Sky Brook $6.00. Q: $19.70. E: $27.90. T: $584.50. A2: 4-6: $8.90, 4-8: $37.00, 6-8: $53.60. Scr: 7. Race 3: 1 My Jessy $2.70 $1.20 3 Miss Adelaide $1.80 4 My Bare Lady NTD. Q: $3.50. E: $7.20. T: $36.20. Scr: 5. Race 4: 6 Sky Disk $1.80 $1.10 4 In A Perfect World $1.10 3 Sonic Sound $2.10. Q: $1.80. E: $2.70. T: $11.40. A2: 4-6: $1.30, 3-6: $4.30, 3-4: $2.70. Scr: 7,10. Race 5: 2Mr Cooley $2.70 $1.60 7MioModo $1.60 1 Knox NTD. Q: $5.10. E: $9.80. T: $35.80. FIRST 4: (2 7 1 3) $36.40. Scr: 4,5. Race 6: 1 Bernies Boy $10.70 $2.90 6Wilshire Flyer $2.70 2 Tooleybuc Kid NTD. Q: $43.70. E: $67.10. T: $144.80. FIRST 4: (1 6 2 5) $728.00. All Started. Race 7: 3 Gypsy Boy $12.30 $2.80 4 Hollow Log $3.40 1 Leaping Leroy $2.80. Q: $97.30. E: $172.50. T: $801.80. A2: 3-4: $15.80, 1-3: $13.00, 1-4: $23.90. FIRST 4: (3 4 1 8) $7,798.60. All Started. Race 8: 5 Cult Of Isis $2.10 NPP 6 Magic Curves NPP 2 Ekibuuka NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $3.50. T: $11.00. FIRST 4: (5 6 2 4) $14.20. Scr: 1,3,7,8. EXTRA DOUBLE: 1 My Jessy 6 Sky Disk $8.90. DOUBLE: 3 Gypsy Boy 5 Cult Of Isis $36.50. TREBLE: 1 Bernies Boy 3 Gypsy Boy 5 Cult Of Isis $313.70. QUADDIE: 2 Mr Cooley 1 Bernies Boy 3 Gypsy Boy 5Cult Of Isis $1,172.40. Lachlan schooled by Shark RUGBY LEAGUE ByDOUGBOOTH MacKillop Sharks centre Levi Russell with student Lachlan Miller at the merger announcement yesterday Picture: JUSTIN SANSON LACHLAN Miller wants to play senior rugby league when he grows up. The MacKillop Catholic College student discovered plenty of ways to help him reach that goal from the now MacKillop Sharks hardtackling centre Levi Russell yesterday. Lachlan, 13, and Russell, 22, were integral parts of the launch to merge the Sharks with the Palmerstonbased college. I like rugby league because of the teamwork that is involved in playing, said Lachlan, who has been playing the game for four years. It is not just a one-man game. I like running with the ball and scoring tries. Russell said young players such as Lachlan were the future of the 13-a-side game. We are looking for a premiership this season and building links such as this is vital for the future, he said. College principal Loretta Graham said MacKillop was trying to build a community spirit through sporting organisations and this was another step forward. David Graham is the Year 8 music co-ordinator at MacKillop but his other passion is rugby league. Growing up in Cairns, he played his first rugby league in Queensland and last year he was with the Palmerston Raiders. However, as the brainchild behind the merger of the school and club, he has new allegiances. The Palmerston demographic is much different to Darwin, Graham said. Queensland and NSW influence the culture. Graham said the merger would help provide a grassroots pathway that had not existed before in rugby league in the Northern Territory. It is important that we try and bridge the gap between school and club, he said. The Sharks will hold their senior sign-on at Mary MacKillop School today from 10am. Read an exclusive interview with Darwins Joel Romelo in tomorrows SundayTerritorian.


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