The Northern Territory news Mon 29 Aug 2016
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40 SPORT MONDAY AUGUST 29 2016 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 MYSTERY NUMBER BUY THIS PAPER AND YOU COULD WIN THE JACKPOT! Money jackpots each day Monday to Friday by $10 $2610 JA CK PO T MYSTERY NUMBERTO WIN INSTANTLY RING 1900 966 372 Conditions: Page 2 AND KEY IN YOUR LUCKY NUMBER ENGLANDS planned cricket tour of Bangladesh is reportedly under review after new details emerged of an alleged ISIS plan to directly target Australian players last year. Cricket Australia (CA) made a strong decision to pull out of their Test tour of Bangladesh in October last year, Aussies ISIS target Report says attack on national cricket team planned after receiving information regarding a credible security threat in the country. The details of that threat have remained confidential. However, The Daily Mail is now reporting chilling details that claim the Australian Gov ernment had learned of an ISIS plan to attack the Australian team in Dhaka at an organised official reception with their Bangladesh counterparts. Meanwhile, Cricket Australia has not shifted from its original position that the threat made was against Australian nationals in Bangladesh, rather than the Australian cricket team itself. Its understood players were not meant to attend the official function in question. CA made the swift decision to withdraw Steve Smith and his men from the tour, and a short time later, extremists attacked and murdered an Italian tourist in the city. We stand by our decision to postpone tours to Bangladesh due to serious concerns about the safety and security of the Australian team and officials, said a CA spokesperson. We will continue to monitor advice from ASIO, DFAT and our own security advisers about the security risk for any future tours of the Australian team in Bangladesh and make a decision based on this advice closer to any potential tour. CONTINUED PAGE 37 BEN HORNE WHINCUP TOPS PODIUM IN RACE 2 OF SYDNEY SUPERCARS P36 Hawks win by a whisker Jack Fitzpatrick of the Hawks kicks a goal inJack Fitzpatrick of the Hawks kicks a goal in the dying stages of the game againstthe dying stages of the game against Collingwood at the MCG yesterdayCollingwood at the MCG yesterday Picture: MICHAEL DODGE/GETTY IMAGESPicture: MICHAEL DODGE/GETTY IMAGES Lucky Hawthorn make it six times in 2016 theyve won by nine points or fewer >> P18 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOnline: ntnews.com.au/sport Sport: (08) 8944 9920 Sport Just Footy LIFTOUT INSIDE TODA Y YOUR 8-PAGE LIFTOUT INSIDE TODAY