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The Northern Territory news Fri 14 Apr 2017

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Title

The Northern Territory news Fri 14 Apr 2017

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NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2017-04-14

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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News Corp Australia

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/266919

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/446525

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24 SPORT FRIDAY APRIL 14 2017 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 BRONCOS V TITANS TODAY, 7.20PM, SUNCORP STADIUM Darius Boyd (c) 1 Tyrone Roberts Corey Oates 2 Anthony Don James Roberts 3 Dale Copley Tautau Moga 4 Konrad Hurrell Jordan Kahu 5 Tyronne Roberts-Davis Anthony Milford 6 Kane Elgey Kodi Nikorima 7 Ashley Taylor Korbin Sims 8 Jarrod Wallace Andrew McCullough 9 Nathan Peats Adam Blair 10 Ryan James (c) Sam Thaiday 11 Chris McQueen Matt Gillett 12 Chris Grevsmuhl Josh McGuire 13 Ryan Simpkins INTERCHANGE Alex Glenn 14 Karl Lawton Tevita Pangai Junior 15 Max King Herman Eseese 16 Paterika Vaivai David Mead 17 Leivaha Pulu Todd Murphy 18 Joe Greenwood George Fai 19 Daniel Vidot Jamayne Isaako 20 Dan Sarginson Joe Ofahengaue 21 Morgan Boyle REFEREES Grant Atkins, Chris Sutton TV Live Fox League, Live Channel 9 Broncos $1.18, Titans $5 SEA EAGLES V STORM TOMORROW, 2.30PM, BROOKVALE Tom Trbojevic 1 Billy Slater Jorge Taufua 2 Suliasi Vunivalu Dylan Walker 3 Young Tonumaipea Brian Kelly 4 Cheyse Blair Akuila Uate 5 Josh Addo-Carr Blake Green 6 Ryley Jacks Daly Cherry-Evans (c) 7 Cooper Cronk Brenton Lawrence 8 Tim Glasby Apisai Koroisau 9 Cameron Smith (c) Addin Fonua-Blake 10 Jordan McLean Frank Winterstein 11 Felise Kaufusi Curtis Sironen 12 Kenneath Bromwich Jake Trbojevic 13 Dale Finucane INTERCHANGE Lewis Brown 14 Christian Welch Jackson Hastings 15 Joe Stimson Darcy Lussick 16 Nelson Asofa-Solomona Lloyd Perrett 17 Mark Nicholls Cameron Cullen 18 Tui Kamikamica Brad Parker 19 Justin Olam Shaun Lane 20 Cameron Munster Taniela Paseka 21 Jesse Bromwich REFEREES Ashley Klein, Chris Butler TV Live Fox League Sea Eagles $2.45, Storm $1.56 KNIGHTS V ROOSTERS TODAY, 5.30PM, MCDONALD JONES STADIUM Brendan Elliot 1 Michael Gordon Ken Sio 2 Daniel Tupou Dane Gagai 3 Joseph Manu Peter Matautia 4 Blake Ferguson Nathan Ross 5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall Brock Lamb 6 Luke Keary Trent Hodkinson (c) 7 Mitchell Pearce Jack Stockwell 8 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves Danny Levi 9 Jake Friend (c) Josh Starling 10 Isaac Liu Sione Matautia 11 Boyd Cordner (c) Jamie Buhrer 12 Mitchell Aubusson Mitchell Barnett 13 Aidan Guerra INTERCHANGE Sam Stone 14 Kane Evans Anthony Tupou 15 Zane Tetevano Joe Wardle 16 Ryan Matterson Daniel Saifiti 17 Connor Watson Jaelen Feeney 18 Paul Carter Luke Yates 19 Lindsay Collins Jacob Gagan 20 Jayden Nikorima Jacob Saifiti 21 Siosiua Taukeiaho REFEREES Gavin Badger, Chris James TV Live Fox League Knights $4, Roosters $1.25 BULLDOGS V RABBITOHS TODAY, 3.30PM, ANZ STADIUM Brett Morris 1 Alex Johnston Kerrod Holland 2 Braidon Burns Josh Morris 3 Siosifa Talakai Brenko Lee 4 Robert Jennings Marcelo Montoya 5 Bryson Goodwin Josh Reynolds 6 Cody Walker Moses Mbye 7 Adam Reynolds Aiden Tolman 8 Thomas Burgess Michael Lichaa 9 Damien Cook James Graham (c) 10 Kyle Turner Josh Jackson 11 John Sutton Adam Elliott 12 Angus Crichton Greg Eastwood 13 Sam Burgess (c) INTERCHANGE Sam Kasiano 14 Robbie Farah Danny Fualalo 15 Jason Clark Francis Tualau 16 Zane Musgrove Raymond Faitala-Mariner 17 George Burgess Craig Garvey 18 Anthony Cherrington Matt Frawley 19 Robbie Rochow Renouf Toomaga 20 Cameron Murray Reimis Smith 21 Tyrell Fuimaono REFEREES Matt Cecchin, Alan Shortall TV Live Fox League, Live Channel 9 Bulldogs $1.80, Rabbitohs $2.05 THE Brisbane Broncos are coming to Darwin. Captain Darius Boyd and recently retired legend Corey Parker will join international Sam Thaiday and CEO Paul White at a dinner at SkyCity Darwin on Saturday May 20. The players will give their thoughts on Wayne Bennetts Broncos galloping north NRL heavyweights heading to the Top End for Q&A ambition to take the team to the 2017 grand final in a question and answer format. The night will raise money for local junior rugby league. Brisbanes event co-ordinator Sophia Ward said it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Top End league fans. We got massive interest when we went to Perth last year. The main reason for our trip to Darwin is to bring the Broncos to fans that may not have direct access, she said. Brisbane supporters will be able to interact directly with the stars, Ward said. This is one of the best events where you have access to players, she said. We have three breaks in the evening where they are up signing things and getting photos, while chatting to local business who buy tables. If Im lucky I might even get Sam Thaiday selling raffle tickets. Other than coming to training, this is the best access you can have to such a high standard of players. Tickets are $140 per person or $1,300 per table of 10. It is an 18+ event. JACK HISLOP Broncos Sam Thaiday is one of several players visiting Darwin the AFL had the perfect solution with their restricted and unrestricted free agency system. The AFL opened a Pandoras box. They will start having a few problems with that, Bennett said. They are starting to get disgruntled down there, particularly fans who have a long history of loyalty with players. But players are starting to realise there is more money somewhere else. Gould made the NRL draft call this week, claiming players and their managers were holding clubs to ransom by driving up asking prices. Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett leads a training session at Red Hill Picture: JONO SEARLE A CALL for the NRL to introduce an internal draft has been shot down by Wayne Bennett despite the Brisbane coach describing the current player market as chaotic. Bennett admitted he was sick of the constant speculation about player movement driven by dozens of off contract stars. However, he believed player managers had become too powerful to allow Penrith boss Phil Goulds suggestion of an NRL draft to happen. He also cited the Federal Courts 1991 ruling that a draft was an unreasonable restraint of trade. That wont happen unfortunately. Players and player managers have too much power, Bennett said. We had our chance 20 years ago to grab it but it was taken to court and the draft was over. It exists in the AFL because of the co-operation between them and the players association and we dont have that. Still, Bennett didnt believe Bennett: Draft wont fix chaotic system Good Friday triple treat on NRL menu ITS a feast in the NRL with three games scheduled for Good Friday. It kicks off with the annual grudger match between Canterbury and South Sydney before the Newcastle-Sydney Roosters clash and BreisbaneGold Coast encounter. The Bulldogs have been one of the most solid defensive sides this year missing the least tackles and conceding the third least linebreaks. The Rabbitohs have their tails up after knocking over Penrith last weekend. The match will also pit Souths captain up against Canterbury skipper and fellow Englishman James Graham. The Roosters insist teenage sensation Latrell Mitchell has been rested rather than dropped for the Newcastle match. In-form Knights centre Dane Gagai goes up against Mitchells replacement, Joseph Manu, who is set to play just his sixth NRL match. Brisbanes big win over the Roosters last week came at a cost with Ben Hunt (hamstring) out for eight weeks, thrusting Kodi Nikorima into the halves to face Gold Coast, who welcome back Nathan Peats and Chris McQueen. .~


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