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The Northern Territory news Mon 29 Aug 2016

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MONDAY AUGUST 29 2016 SPORT 35 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA ing had two grandfathers who rode in races. We always had horses in the backyard, he said. Mum always said she didnt bring much to the marriage except a dog and a pony. Mums old pony was still around when I was starting to ride. So I always had that old pony out the back when I was starting to kick off. Denise had a team of 20 last season, but has scaled back to about a dozen at the moment, with Dan sharing the stable rides with his dad, who is one of the states most famous bush jockeys. Dad is 63, but hes still going all right. He finished in the top 10 this year and hes very competitive, Dan said. Hes very generous. Im a bit heavier and he gives up his heavy rides to ride my light ones. Sometimes that works in his favour, but obviously more often than not it doesnt. I rode 58kg this year and thats good going for me. I could get down to 57kg if I really needed to, but most Saturdays are 59kg. Ballard has lived his entire life in the Isa, bar for a threeyear stint on the Gold Coast, where he did his apprenticeship with Alan Bailey. I got really homesick I consider myself very much a country boy and it was an adjustment that I never really made to living on the Gold Coast, the 30-year-old said. Id like to think I made a pretty fair fist of it, but as I got into the twilight of my apprenticeship it was a double-edged sword. I was riding pretty well and getting some nice rides, but I was keen to get home. Australian Football AFL, Rd 23 WEST COAST 2.4 7.9 12.12 14.16 (100) ADELAIDE 2.3 6.4 6.11 10.11 (71) Goals: West Coast: J Kennedy 5 J Darling 2 M LeCras 2 J Cripps J Giles J Hill L Jetta M Hutchings. Adelaide: C Ellis-Yolmen 2 R Douglas 2 B Crouch E Betts J Jenkins M McGovern R Atkins S Jacobs. Best: West Coast: L Shuey T Barrass A Gaff J Giles M Priddis D Sheed. Adelaide: M Crouch R Henderson R Laird B Crouch R Douglas. Umpires: Shaun Ryan, Matt Stevic, Brett Rosebury. Official Crowd: 50,785 at Adelaide Oval. GEELONG 8.2 11.6 14.10 24.11 (155) MELBOURNE 2.0 3.2 3.6 6.8 (44) Goals: Geelong: T Hawkins 6 D Menzel 4 J Bartel 3 S Menagola 3 J Caddy 2 S Motlop 2 H Taylor J Selwood L McCarthy M Duncan. Melbourne: J Garlett 2 A Brayshaw A vandenBerg J Hogan S Weideman. Best: Geelong: J Selwood P Dangerfield T Hawkins S Menagola D Menzel J Caddy J Cowan H Taylor. Melbourne: A Brayshaw C Salem J Hunt N Jones T McDonald M Gawn. Injuries: Geelong: J Kolodjashnij (calf). Melbourne: Nil. Umpires: Jacob Mollison, Mathew Nicholls, Dean Margetts. Official Crowd: 24,413 at Simonds Stadium. ESSENDON 3.4 8.9 14.11 15.13 (103) CARLTON 2.6 5.8 6.12 10.19 (79) Goals: Essendon: J Daniher 5 A Tipungwuti 4 K Langford 3 C Dempsey J Laverde S McKernan. Carlton: M Wright 3 D Armfield 2 D Buckley L Casboult M Kreuzer S Docherty S Kerridge. Best: Essendon: Z Merrett J Daniher M Dea J Kelly B Goddard C Bird D Parish. Carlton: P Cripps B Gibbs K Simpson S Docherty D Buckley M Wright. Umpires: Andrew Mitchell, Brendan Hosking, Nicholas Foot. Official Crowd: 46,566 at MCG. SYDNEY 5.6 14.9 22.11 25.14 (164) RICHMOND 0.5 1.6 2.8 7.9 (51) Goals: Sydney: L Franklin 7 B McGlynn 5 G Rohan 4 G Hewett 2 J Kennedy 2 I Heeney K Jack L Parker T Mitchell X Richards. Richmond: T Cotchin 3 J Riewoldt S Edwards S Hampson S Lloyd. Best: Sydney: J Kennedy L Franklin B McGlynn G Rohan T Mitchell K Jack H Grundy. Richmond: T Cotchin J Riewoldt D Martin T Hunt. Injuries: Sydney: G Rohan (leg). Richmond: Nil. Reports: Sydney: S Naismith (Swans) for rough conduct on B Houli in the second quarter. Richmond: Nil. Umpires: Chris Kamolins, Shane McInerney, David Harris. Official Crowd: 36,570 at SCG. PORT ADEL 2.3 6.4 10.7 13.11 (89) GOLD COAST 1.4 2.7 7.10 9.12 (66) Goals: Port Adelaide: R Gray 4 J Schulz 3 A Young B Ebert J Impey S Gray T Boak W Snelling. Gold Coast: B Fiorini 2 S Day 2 A Sexton B Matera D MacPherson M Rosa T Lynch. Best: Port Adelaide: R Gray S Gray M Broadbent O Wines T Boak. Gold Coast: B Fiorini A Hall T Miller J Martin M Rosa. Injuries: Port Adelaide: L Austin (ankle). Gold Coast: R Davis (hamstring). Umpires: Sam Hay, Andrew Stephens, Brent Wallace. Official Crowd: 9,213 at Metricon Stadium. GWS 2.5 6.8 10.11 14.16 (100) NORTH MELB 3.1 5.3 6.8 9.9 (63) Goals: Greater Western Sydney: J Patton 5 S Johnson 4 D Smith 2 C Ward J Cameron J Hopper. North Melbourne: B Brown 3 B Harvey 2 B Cunnington J Ziebell L McDonald M Daw. Best: Greater Western Sydney: J Patton S Johnson H Shaw D Shiel T Scully D Smith. North Melbourne: B Harvey J Ziebell B Brown S Gibson A Mullett D Wells. Umpires: Chris Donlon, Justin Schmitt, Simon Meredith. Official Crowd: 22,295 at Etihad Stadium. Leading Goalkickers: 80: J Kennedy (West Coast) 5; 74: L Franklin (Sydney) 7; 66: E Betts (Adelaide) 1, T Lynch (Gold Coast) 1; 60: J Jenkins (Adelaide) 1; 52: T Hawkins (Geelong) 6; 49: J Cameron (GWS) 1; 48: J Gunston (Hawthorn) 1, J Riewoldt (Richmond) 1; 44: T Membrey (St Kilda) 2, C Rioli (Hawthorn) 3 NEAFL, Elimination Finals SYDNEY UNI 4.4 9.8 14.10 19.15 (129) GOLD COAST 4.5 4.5 5.9 7.10 (52) Goals: Sydney University: J Derickx 4 M Manteit 3 D Bonney 3 A Day 2 N Winmar 2 K Murphy M Vicic N Foster J Law J Potter. Gold Coast: S Watson 3 H Simington C Cameron S Davidson C West. Best: Sydney University: N Winmar L Stevenson J Law J Potter D Bonney M Manteit. Gold Coast: S Tape B Crossley C Cameron J Bowes B Scheer. At BISP ASPLEY 5.0 9.4 12.9 16.14 (110) NT THUNDER 3.6 9.8 10.10 13.11 (89) Goals: Aspley: J Nelis 2 G Grose 2 D Bevan 2 J Ferron 2 N Jackson J Allen R Toye J Ainsworth H Joyce E Mallan C Stevenson J Turner. NT Thunder: L Patrick 3 J Cooper 2 C Ilett 2 D Lewis 2 R Tambling L Bath B Rioli D Ewing. Best: Aspley: R Toye H Joyce J Ives M Hutchinson D Henderson D Lawrence. NT Thunder: R Clarke L Patrick J Beugelaar R Tambling C Ilett. At Graham Rd WEEK 2 FINALS Saturday, September 3 Preliminary Final 1: Sydney Swans v Aspley Hornets at BISP, 10.55am. Preliminary Final 2: Giants v Sydney University at BISP, 1.45pm VFL, Rd 21 ESSENDON 2.2 6.6 12.10 19.17 (131) NORTHERN 3.3 6.6 8.10 8.10 (58) Goals: Essendon: Holmes 4 Hams 3 Edwards 3 Polkinghorne 2 Heavyside McNiece Crowley Heppell Redman Dobson Ferry. Northern: Wood 2 Korcheck Ballard McKay Casley Strachan Kerbatieh. Best: Essendon: Hams Edwards McNiece Heppell Polkinghorne Holmes. Northern: Wilson Strachan Tutt McKay Jordan Jaksch. At Windy Hill. FOOTSCRAY 1.2 7.4 10.8 16.9 (105) COLLINGWOOD 4.5 5.7 8.10 10.13 (73) Goals: Footscray: Austin 3 Dale 3 Staley 2 Hannan 2 Jamieson Hamilton Lynch Stringer Long Nash. Collingwood: Hellier 2 Macaffer 2 Moloney Indovino Gault Goodyear Still Cox. Best: Footscray: Dale Jamieson Hannan Adcock Stringer Staley. Collingwood: Witts Macaffer Gray Gault Hellier Pendlebury. At Whitten Oval. RICHMOND 3.3 4.7 12.11 20.15 (135) COBURG 0.2 2.5 4.6 6.8 (44) Goals: Richmond: Kirby 4 Butler 3 Vickery 3 Aarts 2 Lennon 2 Ballard Townsend Soldo Conca Couch Morris. Coburg: Saad 2 Kalanj Younan Featherstone Mattingly. Best: Richmond: Miles Castagna Conca Silvestro Soldo. Coburg: Thomas Mattingly Posar Hunt Lever Corigliano. At Punt Road Oval. NORTH BALL 1.4 4.7 6.10 8.18 (66) FRANKSTON 3.2 4.2 8.8 8.8 (56) Goals: North Ballarat: Marshall 2 Cox Youl Schache Rippon George Boseley. Frankston: Gardiner Newman Pollard McInnes Irving Cavarra Exon Cass. Best: North Ballarat: Stephenson Lockyer Youl Cassidy Boseley Kiel. Frankston: Newman Sketcher Cavarra Pongracic Wilsen Walmsley. At Eureka Stadium. CASEY 0.4 4.7 5.10 11.20 (86) BOX HILL 2.4 3.4 7.7 8.8 (56) Goals: Casey: Pedersen 3 Kennedy 3 Terlich 2 Michie 2 Spencer. Box Hill: Langford 3 Spangher 2 Hardwick 2 Stewart. Best: Casey: Michie Kennedy Neal-Bullen Dunn Grimes Oliver. Box Hill: Howe Langford Mirra Willsmore Spangher ODonnell. At Box Hill City Oval., GEELONG 6.3 10.5 14.8 15.9 (99) PORT MELB 0.2 2.5 6.6 9.10 (64) Goals: Geelong: Atkins 3 Lang 2 McLachlan 2 Kersten 2 Bates 2 Floyd Smedts Parsons Cockatoo. Port Melbourne: Pinwill Pearson Dwyer OSullivan Tynan Batsanis Golby Dickson Mihocek. Best: Geelong: Atkins Smedts Horlin-Smith Cockatoo Hickey Delaney. Port Melbourne: Dickson Sandilands Pinwill Osborne Mihocek Haretuku. At Whitten Oval. WERRIBEE 2.6 5.7 10.8 14.10 (94) SANDRINGHAM 2.3 4.5 6.12 10.14 (74) Goals: Werribee: Nahas 3 Porter 2 McKay 2 Fordham Gribble Wagner Clarke Conway Mountford Maishman. Sandringham: Shenton 4 Sinclair 2 Saunders Templeton Wilkins Longer. Best: Werribee: Clarke Porter Maishman Fordham McKenzie Preuss. Sandringham: Answerth Shenton LeGrice Curren Saunders Sinclair. At Avalon Airport Oval. Standings P W L D F A % Pts Casey 18 14 4 0 1829 1090 167.80 56 Collingwood 18 14 4 0 1541 1323 116.48 56 Williamstown 18 13 5 0 1746 1201 145.38 52 Footscray 18 12 6 0 1558 1447 107.67 48 Geelong 18 11 7 0 1694 1232 137.50 44 Port Melb 18 11 7 0 1383 1329 104.06 44 Sandringham 18 10 8 0 1675 1465 114.33 40 Essendon 18 10 8 0 1603 1477 108.53 40 Richmond 18 9 9 0 1482 1343 110.35 36 Box Hill 18 7 11 0 1450 1440 100.69 28 Werribee 18 7 11 0 1430 1757 81.39 28 Coburg 18 6 12 0 1259 1557 80.86 24 Northern 18 6 12 0 1347 1890 71.27 24 N Ballarat 18 3 15 0 1076 1826 58.93 12 Frankston 18 2 16 0 1131 1827 61.90 8 SANFL, Rd 22 NORWOOD 2.1 4.3 7.8 11.9 (75) EAGLES 0.4 2.9 3.10 6.15 (51) Goals: Norwood: Josh Donohue 3 Forster 2 Bampton 2 Panos 2 Wilson Jefferies. Eagles: Nicholas OBrien 2 Petrenko Goldsworthy Gaffney Ainger. Best: Norwood: Matthew Panos Fuller Bode Forster Donohue Pitman. Eagles: Phillip Raymond Goldsworthy OBrien Thompson Hall Jarrad. CENTRAL DIST 3.2 9.5 14.7 18.8 (116) WEST ADEL 2.3 5.5 8.6 11.8 (74) Goals: Central District: Caleb Edmead 6 Fort 4 Presbury 2 Jenner Schiller Prior Fort Jansen Hoskin. West Adelaide: Brett Turner 2 Middleton 2 Rankine 2 Wasley-Black Fielke OBrien Hartlett Hampton. Best: Central District: Darcy Fort Schiller Edmead Holman Kavanagh Barmby. West Adelaide: Daniel Caire Silverlock OBrien Middleton Rankine Ryan. SOUTH ADEL 4.3 10.5 13.13 14.16 (100) ADELAIDE 1.2 4.3 6.4 9.8 (62) Goals: South Adelaide: Brett Eddy 5 Barnes 3 Mc Mahon 2 Cross Fields Gulden Schwarz. Adelaide: Riley Knight 2 Hampton Menzel Greenwood Beech Hunter Dear Grigg. Best: South Adelaide: Joel Cross Seccull Eddy Taylor Durdin Schwarz. Adelaide: Jonathon Beech Greenwood Grigg Ramsey Knight. STURT 4.7 7.11 11.13 12.14 (86) GLENELG 2.2 5.5 9.5 13.8 (86) Goals: Sturt: Kory Beard 2 Carey 2 Benjamin Hansen Matthew Crocker Greenslade Gamble Kirkwood Evans Martin Battersby. Glenelg: Joshua Scott 3 Vitkunas 3 Nicholson 2 Koster Pitt Milera Johansen William (Jnr) Rioli. Best: Sturt: Brodie Martin Greenslade Beard Matthew Crocker Harms Hone. Glenelg: Joshua Scott Haarsma Nicholson McFarlane, Johansen Vitkunas. Standings P W L D F A % Pts Eagles 18 14 4 0 1530 1079 58.64 28 South Adel 18 14 4 0 1681 1286 56.66 28 Sturt 18 13 4 1 1458 1214 54.57 27 Adelaide 18 11 7 0 1651 1401 54.10 22 Central Dist 18 10 8 0 1574 1398 52.96 20 Port Adel 18 9 9 0 1636 1524 51.77 18 Glenelg 18 6 11 1 1491 1697 46.77 13 Norwood 18 6 12 0 1258 1527 45.17 12 North Adel 18 4 14 0 1430 1640 46.58 8 West Adel 18 2 16 0 1077 2020 34.78 4 WAFL, Rd 23 EAST PERTH 4.2 7.3 9.7 13.9 (87) EAST FREM 1.1 3.2 5.2 6.3 (39) Goals: East Perth: C Wulff 2 M Karpany 2 S Powell-Pepper 2 J Bennell S Hille F Mcinnes P Mcginnity T Cole L Partington J Snadden. East Fremantle: C Eardley 2 M Watson J Green J Bristow M Boyle Best: East Perth:P Johnson L Partington S Powell-Pepper P McGinnity. East Fremantle: L Anthony D Winton C Eardley S Read J Crichton. PEEL THUNDER 5.1 7.4 9.8 10.10 (70) CLAREMONT 1.0 3.2 5.4 6.9 (45) Goals: Peel Thunder: B Lawler 2 G Ugle2 T Smith 2 J Hannath 2 J Griffin T Mzungu. Claremont: J Speed 2 B Banfield J Hardisty J Murphy I Richardson. Best: Peel Thunder: T Mzungu J Deluca N Suban S Collins J Bootsma. Claremont: J Hardisty T Ledger J Bolton H Busher J Speed. SOUTH FREM 8.2 10.7 11.10 14.14 (98) PERTH 0.0 0.2 3.3 7.4 (46) Goals: South Fremantle: B Saunders 4 M Shaw 3 A Hams 2 T Pickett 2 S Verrier B Johnson R Cook. Perth: S White 2 A Boyes C Walley L Wilkins B Wolfenden D White Best: South Fremantle: A Hams M Shaw S Verrier D Main M Pickett. Perth: T Gianatti B Latch A Tropiano C Jones B Wolfenden. WEST PERTH 1.5 5.8 8.14 13.18 (96) SWAN DIST 5.4 7.6 8.9 11.10 (76) Goals: West Perth: M Lourey 3 A Strijk 2 S Browne N Rodda A Lynch J Van berlo J Leeson J Morrow A Black M Duffy. Swan Districts: J Simpson 5 T Stewart 2 T Banfield J Turner R Riddoch A Howard Best: West Perth: J Van berlo C Chalmers M Lourey A Black J Morrow. Swan Districts: T Stewart J Simpson J Turner T Banfield M Riggio. Standings P W L D F A % Pts Subiaco 20 16 4 0 1798 1263 142.36% 64 South Frem 20 15 5 0 1820 1397 130.28% 60 West Perth 20 13 7 0 1504 1438 104.59% 52 Peel Thunder 20 11 9 0 1421 1382 102.82% 44 East Perth 20 10 10 0 1411 1415 99.72% 40 East Frem 20 9 11 0 1523 1611 94.54% 36 Claremont 20 7 13 0 1728 1479 116.84% 28 Perth 20 7 13 0 1315 1729 76.06% 28 Swan Dist 20 2 18 0 1127 1933 58.3% 8 Rugby Leage NRL, Rd 25 NORTH QUEENSLAND 24 (E Lowe 2 C Hess J Taumalolo tries J Thurston 4 goals) d CANTERBURY 16 (G Eastwood 2 C Rona tries K Holland 2 goals) at Belmore Sports Ground. Referee: Jared Maxwell, Chris James. Crowd: 10,144. BRISBANE 26 (T Opacic 2 J Arrow D Boyd J Kahu tries C Parker 2 J Kahu goals) d MELBOURNE 16 (B Hampton T Harris C Smith tries C Smith 2 goals) at AAMI Park. Referee: Gavin Badger, Ashley Klein. Crowd: 20,263. CANBERRA 44 (J Rapana 3 J Leilua 2 E Lee P Vaughan J Wighton tries J Croker 6 goals) d MANLY 30 (T Trbojevic 3 D Cherry-Evans J Trbojevic F Winterstein tries M Wright 3 goals) at Brookvale Oval. Referee: Ben Cummins, Tim Roby. Crowd: 11,137. PENRITH 15 (W Blake M Moylan tries N Cleary 3 goals M Moylan field goal) d GOLD COAST 14 (G Bird L Pulu tries T Roberts 3 goals) at Cbus Super Stadium. Referee: Chris Sutton, Grant Atkins. Crowd: 18,288. CRONULLA 37 (B Barba G Beale J Bukuya P Gallen V Holmes M Prior tries J Maloney 5 M Ennis goals J Maloney field goal) d SYDNEY ROOSTERS 12 (L Mitchell C Watson tries L Mitchell 2 goals) at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Referee: Matt Cecchin, David Munro. Crowd: 14,457. Rugby Union Rugby Championship, Week 2 ARGENTINA 26 (Juan Leguizamon, Joaquin Tuculet tries Juan Martin Hernandez, Nicolas Sanchez cons Sanchez 2, Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias, Hernandez pens) d SOUTH AFRICA 24 (Pieter-Steph du Toit, Bryan Habana tries Johan Goosen con Elton Jantjies 2, Morne Steyn 2 pens) at Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena. Referee: J Garces. NEW ZEALAND 29 (Israel Dagg 2, Sam Cane, Julian Savea tries Beauden Barrett 3 cons pen) d AUSTRALIA 9 (Bernard Foley 2, Reece Hodge pens) at Westpac Stadium. Referee: R Poite. Standings P W D L PF PA BP Pts New Zealand 2 2 0 0 71 17 2 10 South Africa 2 1 0 1 54 49 1 5 Argentina 2 1 0 1 49 54 1 5 Australia 2 0 0 2 17 71 0 0 NRC, Rd 1 PERTH SPIRIT 20 (L Morahan 2 O Havili tries J Lance goal) d MELBOURNE RISING 16 (S Jeffries J Reid tries J Debreczeni 2 goals) at UWA Sports Park, Perth. NSW COUNTRY EAGLES 22 (N Hanigan A Newsome S Needs tries A Deegan 2 goals) d BRISBANE CITY 12 (J Strachan L Beauchamp tries) at Sydney Uni Oval. SYDNEY RAYS WESTERN 50 (R Woolf 2 D Fitzpatrick H Jones J Dempsey I Simone D Roos tries A Sinclair 4 goals) d SYDNEY RAMS 30 (B Paenga-Amosa 2 F Tufui R Allen tries P Asquith 3 goals) at North Sydney Oval. UC VIKINGS 58 (J Dargaville 2 H Speight 2 R Arnold 2 R Abel J Jackson-Hope tries N Jooste 5 goals) d QUEENSLAND COUNTRY 20 (T Banks 2 I Perese tries M Mason goal) at Bond Uni, Gold Coast. Horse Racing Yesterdays UBET Dividends CRANBoURNE (VR) Race 1: 11 Sneakers $24.10 $4.80 13 River Goddess $1.70 5 Idol $1.40. Q: $48.90. E: $134.00. T: $405.80. A2: 11-13: $13.60, 5-11: $9.40, 5-13: $2.80. FIRST 4: (11 13 5 16) $3,441.20. Scr: 6,7,1,14,15. Race 2: 11 Old Farm Road $3.40 $1.20 8 Pop Queen $1.20 6 Ponbar Finale $20.20. Q: $2.70. E: $8.00. T: $310.90. A2: 8-11: $1.60, 6-11: $65.60, 6-8: $34.10. FIRST 4: (11 8 6 5) $5,171.00. Scr: 7,12,13,14. Race 3: 1 Barefoot Investor $5.70 $2.60 10 Missile Boom $1.90 9 Charlie Cheval $2.40. Q: $15.90. E: $39.90. T: $239.90. A2: 1-10: $9.20, 1-9: $11.80, 9-10: $13.10. FIRST 4: (1 10 9 16) $6,594.20. Scr: 2,6,11,13. Race 4: 12 Volcanic Eruption $6.50 $1.50 5 Savvy Bandit $2.00 14 Resort $1.50. Q: $19.60. E: $54.00. T: $112.60. A2: 5-12: $12.40, 12-14: $2.90, 5-14: $5.40. FIRST 4: (12 5 14 7) $312.00. Scr: 1,8,10. Race 5: 4 Levitical $11.50 $3.50 7 Secret Sequin $1.40 8 Minnie Rocketta $2.40. Q: $23.80. E: $68.30. T: $189.50. A2: 4-7: $8.30, 4-8: $10.90, 7-8: $4.60. FIRST 4: (4 7 8 13) $733.00. Scr: 10,1,6. Race 6: 3 Angels Touch $2.30 $1.20 5 Reticent $1.50 11 Virginia Water $3.30. Q: $3.50. E: $5.40. T: $48.30. A2: 3-5: $2.50, 3-11: $4.90, 5-11: $8.20. FIRST 4: (3 5 11 1) $127.20. All Started. Race 7: 7 Zambezi Diamond $19.80 $4.70 11 Extra Olives $1.60 3 Singleraine $2.60. Q: $46.60. E: $127.00. T: $652.10. A2: 7-11: $21.30, 3-7: $21.70, 3-11: $6.50. FIRST 4: (7 11 3 8) $6,668.00. Scr: 2,5,9,16. Race 8: 7 Devils Pinch $3.00 $1.50 16 Amenzel $13.80 2 Recalculate $2.90. Q: $81.50. E: $131.60. T: $1,260.30. A2: 7-16: $28.90, 2-7: $5.90, 2-16: $55.90. FIRST 4: (7 16 2 10) $8,983.60. Scr: 4,8,14,3,6. Race 9: 1 Wales $40.80 $9.60 9 Tinys Legacy $2.80 8 Stylish Miss $2.50. Q: $225.80. E: $542.90. T: $7,109.60. A2: 1-9: $47.70, 1-8: $243.00, 8-9: $13.10. FIRST 4: (1 9 8 7) $19,713.80. All Started. Race 10: 16 Pharrell $13.60 $5.10 10 Powderworks $2.20 1 Gee Whizzer $2.60 and 6 Ten Goals $1.00 dh 3. Q: $74.10. E: $151.80. T: (16 10 1): $1,263.50, (16 10 6): $309.10. A2: 10-16: $21.40, 1-16: $17.80, 6-16: $3.80, 1-10: $23.60, 6-10: $2.70. FIRST 4: (16 10 1 6) $3,858.20, (16 10 6 1) $3,940.20. Scr: 4,13,15,5,12. EXTRA DOUBLE: 4 Levitical 3 Angels Touch $21.20. Sub: 13 Sagabella 3 Angels Touch. DOUBLE: 1 Wales 16 Pharrell $462.70. Sub: 5 Vostok 6 Ten Goals. TREBLE: 7 Devils Pinch 1 Wales 16 Pharrell $3,344.80. Sub: 7 Devils Pinch 5 Vostok 6 Ten Goals. QUADDIE: 7 Zambezi Diamond 7 Devils Pinch 1 Wales 16 Pharrell $61,698.40. Sub: 11 Extra Olives 7 Devils Pinch 5 Vostok 6 Ten Goals. 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. QUEENSLANDS reigning Champion Country Jockey Dan Ballard is keen to add to his tally of winners when he returns to the iconic two-day Birdsville carnival again this weekend. The Simpson Desert town with a population of just 115 will welcome nearly 7000 visitors as $200,000 in prizemoney is distributed at the 134th year of the famous event. Ballard will leave his Mt Isa base in the early hours of Friday morning for the sevenhour trip. His parents, Keith and Denise, depart a day earlier with a float load of horses in their quest to secure some of the riches on offer. Racing has long been a family affair for the Ballards. He is a third generation jockey, hav NATHAN EXELBY Hopes high Buffering will fire again THE immediate racing future of star Brisbane sprinter Buffering will be decided in an upcoming public hitout. Buffering was injured when unplaced in the Group 1 Chairmans Prize in Hong Kong in May, raising talk of retirement. The nine-year-old gelding, who recently won his fifth straight Queensland Horse of the Year Award, has been back in Robert Heathcotes stables for the past six weeks. The trainer is hopeful Buffering will stand up to another campaign and says the signs are positive. He is going along OK but I will get a better idea when we give him a jumpout or trial on September 6, Heathcote said. At this stage we are looking at the Moir Stakes (September 30). It is the perfect race for him but I will let him tell me he is right to go. The Moir looks like being one of the races of the spring with several of Australias top sprinters already targeting it. Buffering has won three of the past four runnings of the Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley and finished second to Samaready in 2013. Heathcote is confident jockey Damian Browne will also be back in time to partner Buffering on Tuesday week. He has had his holiday so I am expecting him to be ready for Buff, Heathcote said. Browne took a month off at the end of the season and recently returned from a cruise with his family. Winx looks goods to stretch streak WINX should have no trouble extending her winning streak to 11 with little more than a handful of horses expected to take on the superstar in Saturdays Chelmsford Stakes (1600m) at Randwick. Chris Waller is expected to finalise his Chelmsford runners today but Preferment, Storm The Stars, Grand Marshal and Who Shot Thebarman could all join Winx in the Group 2 feature. But rivals for Winx outside of Wallers stable appear thin with Hartnell the only other confirmed Chelmsford runner at this early stage. James Cummings is giving thought to running Prized Icon in the Chelmsford but Lucia Valentina will be saved for the Underwood Stakes in Melbourne next month instead. Regardless of how many rivals take on Winx, most of them will need more ground, meaning she should continue her winning ways with ease. The superstar mare worked well on Saturday and Waller said everything was on track for the Chelmsford. She has come through the (Warwick Stakes) really well and we know exactly where she is at now, Waller said. Its just about maintenance, really, and just keep taking the necessary steps towards each race she runs in. Waller admits he felt more pressure than normal heading into Winxs return in the Warwick Stakes earlier this month but that extra burden has now subsided. Clan saddles up The Ballard family from Mount Isa include Keith, Denise, baby Lilly, Dan and Lacey Picture: LEONIE WINKS