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Sunday Territorian 14 Feb 2016

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Sunday Territorian 14 Feb 2016

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2016-02-14

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54 SPORT SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 2016 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 Razzle shared the workload around with Lailani Triffitt and Genelle Bridge joint topscorers with 12. Ansetts championship grand final foe TV Jets wasted no time warming back into the hardwood, beating Eagles 71-43 on Friday night. Pheobe Knox top scored with 26 while Sam Riolis sharpshooting was handy, chipping in with 19. Eagles were held to seven first-quarter points and never worked their way back into the game. Patricia Graham was the Eagles best, netting 14 points. Lightning and Uni Rebels played a low-scoring affair, with Lightning taking the win 44-22 to round out the season opening fixtures. A depleted Rebels only dressed six players, while Kira Pendlebury topscored for Lightning with 15. Ansett get the chance to go some way to revenging their championship grand final loss to TV Jets with a Round 2 rematch on Friday. Elsewhere, Razzle play Uni Rebels on Thursday night and Lightning take on Palmerston Power to round out the second set of Challenge matches. the Rebels, racking up 30 points, including hitting five from beyond the arc. Jamie Hamill also had no off-season rust from distance, draining four three-pointers. Eagles led by 18 at the half, and went on to register a cruisy 89-58 win over TV Jets. Joseph Johnsons 30 points led the way for the Eagles. Ansett showed they meant business in the Challenge season, demolishing Razzle, 94-47 in the season opener. Matteo Rowse put on a show for 36 points, while Max Davies 21 points helped Ansett to the big win. Ansetts stingy defence and Razzles struggling offence was enough to cause the big Round 1 deficit. Nathan Radonich and Will Carroll led Razzle with 14 points. Round 2 sees last season Championship winners Palmerston Power who had the first round bye return to the court, taking on impressive Round 1 winners Lightning on Friday. Ansett and TV Jets follow the Power-Lightning clash while the round gets underway with Razzle and Uni Rebels on Thursday. Games and a boxing technical delegate at the 88 Seoul, 92 Barcelona and 96 Atlanta Olympic Games. Scully remembers the controversial Tunstall, who once scolded Cathy Freeman for waving an Aboriginal flag instead of the Australia version after winning a gold medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games, as a great mentor and teacher of boxing. He did a lot for NT boxing when we needed some support and I thank him for it, Scully said. Boxing up here will always be in his debt for what he helped us achieve. fers from all over the world but he hasnt been sharing that stuff, Larkham said. Theyre not easy decisions to make but hes taking his time and making the right decision. David has said he hasnt made a decision yet. Baseball World Classic Qualifier at Blacktown International Sportspark New Zealand v Philippines Game 3 New Zealand 210 016 52 17r 13h 2e Philippines 100 213 00 7r 11h 2e New Zealand: A Marck 3-1/3ip 5h 0k 0w Jo Boyce 1ip 1h 1k 1w N Maronde 1-1/3ip 4h 0k 0w Ji Boyce 1-1/3ip 1h 1k 0w K Glogoski 1ip 0h 1k 0w to C OGorman. Hits: B Moanaroa 4 (hr) T Auty 2 C OGorman 2 D Bradley M Brown S Campbell M Moanaroa A Schoenberger. Philippines: D Ramirez 2-2/3ip 4h 2k 2w K Vance 2-1/3ip 2h 1k 3w Ta Garrison 1-1/3ip 4h 1k 3w J Robles 1/3ip 1h 0k 1w R Juarez 2/3ip 2h 0k 0w J Macasaet 0ip 0k 1w to B Haynal. Hits: E Farris 4 B Conlan 2 M Vance 2 J Ponce A Songco J Wong. Australia v Republic Of South Africa Game 4 Australia 300 001 00 4r 7h 1e South Africa 001 000 000 1r 6h 1e Australia: W Saupold 3ip 3h 3k 1w R RowlandSmith 3ip 2h 3k 0w T Van Steensel 2ip 0h 2k 0w R Searle 1ip 1h 3k 0w to A de San Miguel. Hits: J Beresford A de San Miguel M Dening L Hughes T Oeltjen L Wade S Welch. South Africa: C Michaels 3ip 5h 0k 2w C Pearce 1ip 0h 0k 2w D Jacobs 2ip 2h 1k 2w R LewisWalker 1ip 0h 0k 0w L Stevens 1ip 0h 1k 0w to K Botha. Hits: A Phillips 2 K Botha R Ebersohn K Swanepoel B Willemburg. Basketball WNBL Round 17 CANBERRA CAPITALS 80 (A Bishop 25 D Stallworth 21 S Talbot 13 R Montgomery 13) d PERTH LYNX 77 (C Mijovic 28 S Whitcomb 26 B Laney 13); TOWNSVILLE FIRE 89 (S Batkovic-Brown 24 N Novosel 20 C George 14) d DANDENONG RANGERS 49 (S Cumming 13 A Pickrel 12 S Blicavs 8); PERTH LYNX 88 (S Whitcomb 24 C Mijovic 20 B Laney 18) d SYDNEY UNI FLAMES 85 (K Ebzery 23 C Boag 14 C Samuels 13); ADELAIDE LIGHTNING 88 (K Standish 26 M Ruef 17 L Mitchell 17) d MELBOURNE BOOMERS 62 (O Thompson 14 A Kunek 11 T Madgen 8 M Garrick 8) Standings P W L Pts Won Townsville Fire 22 16 6 116.01 72.73 Perth Lynx 23 15 8 108.44 65.22 Dandenong Rangers 23 15 8 101.15 65.22 SEQ Stars 21 13 8 109.39 61.90 Bendigo Spirit 21 12 9 100.98 57.14 Sydney Uni Flames 23 12 11 100.45 52.17 Adelaide Lightning 22 9 13 92.51 40.91 Melbourne Boomers 23 7 16 92.88 30.43 Canberra Capitals 22 1 21 81.99 4.55 Cricket First Test Australia v New Zealand at Basin Reserve, Wellington NEW ZEALAND 1st innings 183 AUSTRALIA 1st Innings J BURNS c Watling b Southee . . . . . . . 0 (4) D WARNER c Watling b Southee . . . . . 5 (7) U KHAWAJA lbw Boult. . . . . . . . . . . 140 (216) S SMITH c & b Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 (112) A VOGES not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 (286) M MARSH c & b Boult . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (2) P NEVILL c Watling b Anderson. . . . . 32 (94) P SIDDLE not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 (61) Extras (4b 2lb 2w 2nb). . . . . . . . . . . 10 Six wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 463 Fall: 0, 5, 131, 299, 299, 395 Bowling: T Southee 28-5-76-2 (1w), T Boult 27-6-80-2, D Bracewell 25-4-97-0 (2nb), C Anderson 14-0-68-1 (1w), M Craig 32-2-1281, K Williamson 4-0-8-0 Batting time: 544 mins. Overs: 130 Fourth One-Day International South Africa v England in Johannesburg ENGLAND innings J ROY c Abbott b Rabada. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 A HALES c sub b Tahir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 J ROOT c Tahir b Morris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 E MORGAN c Behardien b Tahir. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 B STOKES c Amla b Tahir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 J BUTTLER c&b Abbott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 M ALI c Amla b Abbott. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 C WOAKES c Kock b Rabada . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 A RASHID c de Villiers b Rabada . . . . . . . . . . 39 S BROAD c Duminy b Rabada . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 R TOPLEY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Extras (4lb 6w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 All out for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 262 Fall: 18, 87, 95, 97, 100, 108, 203, 233, 258, 262 Overs: 47.5 SOUTH AFRICA innings H AMLA b Broad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Q de KOCK b Stokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 F DU PLESSIS b Woakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 AB de VILLIERS run out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 J DUMINY lbw Rashid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 F BEHARDIEN c&b Topley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 D WIESE c Morgan b Stokes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 C MORRIS b Rashid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 K RABADA c Root b Topley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 K ABBOTT not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 I TAHIR not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Extras (7lb 3w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Nine Wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266 Fall: 2, 63, 63, 121, 143, 191, 207, 210, 262 Bowling: S Broad 7-0-55-1, R Topley 8-1-392, C Woakes 8-1-42-1 (1w), B Stokes 10-0-462 (1w), M Ali 9-0-39-0, A Rashid 5.2-0-38-2 (1w) Overs: 47.2 Result: South Africa won by 1 wicket Series: The series is even at 2 all Golf US PGA Tour Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Second Round in California 132: Kang Sung-Hoon (KOR) 72 60, Hiroshi Iwata (JPN) 66 66 133: Phil Mickelson (USA) 68 65, Chez Reavie (USA) 63 70 134: Fredrik Jacobson (SWE) 65 69, Justin Rose (ENG) 66 68 135: Ricky Barnes (USA) 65 70 136: Roberto Castro (USA) 66 70, Mark Hubbard (USA) 70 66, Jim Herman (USA) 69 67, Jonas Blixt (SWE) 67 69 137: Ryan Ruffels (AUS) 67 70, Bill Haas (USA) 69 68, Jason Day (AUS) 71 66, Danny Lee (NZL) 71 66, Patrick Reed (USA) 72 65, David Hearn (CAN) 67 70 Other Australians: 138: Matt Jones 68 70; 139: Cameron Smith 64 75 Aaron Baddeley 69 70; 140: Steven Bowditch 68 72 Rhein Gibson 67 73; 141: Greg Chalmers 68 73 Geoff Ogilvy 74 67; 143: Jarrod Lyle 72 71; 149: Cameron Percy 76 73; 150: Rod Pampling 75 75 European Tour Tshwane Open Second Round in Waterkloof, South Africa (play suspended, par-70). 133: Anthony Michael (RSA) 64 69 135: Charl Schwartzel (RSA) 71 64 136: Haydn Porteous (RSA) 70 66, Theunis Spangenberg (RSA) 65 71, Daniel Im (USA) 68 68 137: Dylan Frittelli (RSA) 68 69 138: Richard Sterne (RSA) 68 70, Dean Burmester (RSA) 70 68, Shaun Norris (RSA) 68 70, Jaco Van Zyl (RSA) 66 72, Justin Harding (RSA) 63 75, Jamie McLeary (SCO) 68 70, Steven Jeppesen (SWE) 70 68 Australians: 142: Jason Scrivener 69 73 Brett Rumford 75 67; 143: Dimitrios Papadatos 72 71; 144: Ben Eccles 74 70; 145: Lincoln Tighe 73 72; 148: Daniel Gaunt 73 75 New Zealand Womens Open Second Round in Christchurch (par-72). 136: Lydia Ko (NZL) 69 67 137: Justine Dreher (FRA) 67 70 138: Nanna Madsen (DEN) 70 68, Emily Pedersen (DEN) 72 66, Pamela Pretswell (SCO) 68 70 139: Maria Hernandez (ESP) 70 69, Cho JeongMin (KOR) 71 68, Nicole Broch Larsen (DEN) 66 73, Liv Cheng (NZL) 70 69, Choi Hye-Jin (KOR) 71 68, Noemi Jimenez (ESP) 70 69 140: Lauren Taylor (ENG) 70 70, Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) 70 70, Nina Muhl (AUT) 72 68, Miriam Nagl (BRA) 72 68 141: Isabelle Boineau (FRA) 73 68, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 70 71, Alanna Campbell (NZL) 71 70, Amelia Lewis (USA) 70 71 142: Lauren Hibbert (AUS) 71 71, Doris Chen (USA) 71 71, Cathryn Bristow (NZL) 69 73, Camilla Lennarth (SWE) 72 70, Whitney Hillier (AUS) 75 67, Danielle Montgomery (ENG) 73 69, Stacey Keating (AUS) 72 70 143: Trish Johnson (ENG) 73 70, Gemma Dryburgh (SCO) 73 70, Gwladys Nocera (FRA) 68 75, Hannah Green (AUS) 71 72 144: Laura Davies (ENG) 74 70, Marion Ricordeau (FRA) 73 71, Olivia Cowan (GER) 73 71, Momoka Kobori (NZL) 70 74, Angel Yin (USA) 71 73, Jenna Hunter (NZL) 70 74, Hannah Burke (ENG) 71 73, Katie Burnett (USA) 72 72, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 71 73, Diana Luna (ITA) 74 70, Katelyn Must (AUS) 72 72, Elissa Orr (AUS) 71 73 145: Tonje Daffinrud (NOR) 70 75, Valentine Derrey (FRA) 71 74, Adriana Brent (AUS) 74 71, Nuria Iturrios (ESP) 73 72, Elmay Viking (AUS) 75 70, Beth Allen (USA) 71 74, Becky Brewerton (WAL) 73 72, Rebecca Artis (AUS) 74 71, Ellen Davies-Graham (AUS) 75 70 146: Amy Boulden (WAL) 74 72, Celine Herbin (FRA) 73 73, Manon De Roey (BEL) 71 75, Jessica Speechley (AUS) 75 71, Heather MacRae (SCO) 75 71, Eleanor Givens (ENG) 76 70, Caroline Hedwall (SWE) 72 74, Sarah-Jane Smith (AUS) 77 69, Rebecca Kay (AUS) 74 72, Kelsey MacDonald (SCO) 73 73 Hockey Australia v Great Britain Series Match 1 in Bunbury, WA Australia 4 (K Slattery 10m 20m M Williams 23m A Nelson 39m) d Great Britain 3 (H Macleod 11m E Watton 19m S Bray 40m). Ice Hockey NHL Colorado Avalanche 3 DETROIT RED WINGS 2 SO; TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING 4 Nashville Predators 3 OT; St. Louis Blues 5 FLORIDA PANTHERS 3; ARIZONA COYOTES 4 Calgary Flames 1; BUFFALO SABRES 6 Montreal Canadiens 4; Los Angeles Kings 5 NEW YORK RANGERS 4 OT; Pittsburgh Penguins 2 CAROLINA HURRICANES 1 SO Rugby League Charity Shield South Sydney Rabbitohs 18 (Sutton, Auvaa, Murphy tries; Goodwin, Cook, Walker goals) d St George Illawarra Dragons 14 (Mann, Havili, Aitken tries, Marshall goal) at ANZ Stadium. Womens Rep. Match Womens All Stars 24 (Heather Ballinger 2, Chelsea Baker, Shanice Parker, Sam Bremner tries; Maddie Studdon 2 goals) d Indigenous All Stars 4 (Elizabeth Cook-Black try). Half-time: 10-0 Womens All Stars. Player of the match: Maddie Studdon (Womens All Stars). NRL Trial Match Penrith Panthers 24 (Tupou Sopoaga, Te Maire Martin, Chris Smith, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Josh Hall Tries; Matt Moylan 2 Goals) d Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 (Will Hopoate, Kerrod Holland, Michael Lichaa, Brad Abbey Tries; Moses Mbye, Brad Keighran goals) at Pepper Stadium. Half-time: Bulldogs 14-12. Super League Giants 13 Warriors 18 Standings P W D L F A BP Pts Wigan Warriors 2 2 0 0 30 19 0 4 Hull FC 1 1 0 0 42 20 0 2 Salford Red Devils 2 1 0 1 64 52 0 2 Widnes Vikings 1 1 0 0 24 16 0 2 Warrington Wolves 1 1 0 0 12 10 0 2 St Helens 2 1 0 1 40 60 0 2 Hull Kingston Rovers 1 0 1 0 16 16 0 1 Castleford Tigers 1 0 1 0 16 16 0 1 Leeds Rhinos 1 0 0 1 10 12 0 0 Catalans Dragons 1 0 0 1 6 12 0 0 Wakefield Wildcats 1 0 0 1 16 24 0 0 Huddersfield Giants 2 0 0 2 29 48 0 0 Soccer A-League Round 19 BRISBANE ROAR 2 (Jamie Maclaren 6m, Enver Alivodic 69m og) drew NEWCASTLE JETS 2 (Mitch Cooper 15m, Milos Trifunovic 19m pen) at Suncorp Stadium. Crowd: 9,382. Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones. PERTH GLORY 2 (Andy Keogh 23m, Chris Harold 65m) bt SYDNEY FC 1 (Shane Smeltz 79m) at Allianz Stadium. Crowd: 11,559. Referee: Ben Williams. MELBOURNE CITY 2 (Bruno Fornaroli 22m, 31m) drew MELBOURNE VICTORY 2 (Fahid Ben Khalfallah 28m, Guilherme Finkler 47m) at AAMI Park. Crowd: 25,738. Referee: Chris Beath. Standings P W D L GF GA GD Pts Brisbane Roar 19 10 5 4 32 23 9 35 *Western Syd 18 10 4 4 30 20 10 34 Melb City 19 8 5 6 46 35 11 29 Melb Victory 19 8 5 6 30 24 6 29 Sydney FC 19 7 7 5 25 21 4 28 *Adelaide 18 7 6 5 26 23 3 27 Perth Glory 19 7 4 8 29 29 0 25 Newcastle Jets 19 5 5 9 17 29 -12 20 *Wellington 18 4 4 10 20 32 -12 16 *Central Coast 18 3 3 12 23 42 -19 12 *(denotes teams yet to play) Leading Goalscorers: 17: Bruno Fornaroli (Melbourne City) 14: Besart Berisha (Melbourne Victory) 11: Jamie Maclaren (Brisbane) 9: Milos Trifunovic (Newcastle), Harry Novillo (Melbourne City), Diego Castro (Perth) 8: Mitch Nichols (Western Sydney), Mark Bridge (Western Sydney) 7: Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City) Scottish Premier League Dundee 2 (Hemmings 21, 51) St. Johnstone 0 Bundesliga Mainz 2 (Bussmann 33, Baumgartlinger 79) Schalke 1 (Belhanda 46) Spanish First Division Sporting Gijon 2 (Guerrero 5, Halilovic 45+1) Rayo Vallecano 2 (Miku 39, Jozabed 58) Italian First Division Carpi 1 (Lasagna 61) Roma 3 (Digne 56, Dzeko 84, Salah 85) Swimming Australian Open Water Swimming Championship Men: 10km: Open: J Wilimovsky (USA) 1h59m27s J Burnell (GBR) 1h59m32s J Poort (NSW) 1h59m35s. 17-18 yrs: B Armstrong (LD) 2h00m42s K Edwards (TSS Aquatics) 2h02m12s N Sloman (QLD) 2h04m06s. 16 yrs: J Brazier (QLD) 1h59m47s R Kennedy (WA) 2h05m43s N Robinson (QLD) 2h06m14s. 15 yrs: M Osborn (TSS Aquatics) 2h04m43s H Cotter (QLD) 2h06m07s S Priscott (NZL) 2h14m26s. 14 yrs: S Rutley (QLD) 2h12m12s R Beale (NSW) 2h13m25s D Mcareavey (QLD) 2h14m53s. 5km 13 yrs: C Eade (QLD) 1h10m08s D Lopez (NSW) 1h10m14s K Watson (QLD) 1h11m22s. Women: Open: 10km: Open: C Gubecka (QLD) 2h04m29s K Lee (QLD) 2h06m08s Y Kida (Japan) 2h06m12s. 17-18 Yrs: A Colombini (QLD) 2h14m34s N Bourke (QLD) 2h15m38s E Gillingham (ACT) 2h16m40s. 16 yrs: C McClelland (VIC) 2h15m06s B Crisp (TSS Aquatics) 2h15m12s S Farrell (NSW) 2h21m25s. 15 yrs: M Armstrong (QLD) 2h15m12s M Bird (QLD) 2h15m25s N Conyngham (QLD) 2h16m38s. 14 yrs: M Brazier (QLD) 2h17m20s A Fowler (QLD) 2h18m33s C Green (WA) 2h31m55s. 5km 13 yrs: C Gubecka (QLD) 1h08m20s A Tilly (QLD) 1h11m48s A Hurd (QLD) 1h12m52s. Tennis ATP Tour Rotterdam International Quarter-finals at Rotterdam 5-Gael Monfils (FRA) d Alexander Zverev (GER) 7-6(4) 6-3; Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) d 2-Marin Cilic (CRO) 3-6 6-3 6-4; Martin Klizan (SVK) d 6-Roberto Bautista (ESP) 6-7(5) 7-6(6) 6-0; Nicolas Mahut (FRA) d 8-Viktor Troicki (SRB) 6-2 6-1. Memphis Championships Quarter-finals at Memphis, Tennessee 1-Kei Nishikori (JPN) d Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) 6-2 6-4; 4-Sam Querrey (USA) d Yoshihito Nishioka (JPN) 6-3 6-4; Taylor Fritz (USA) d Benjamin Becker (GER) 6-4 5-7 7-6(5); Ricardas Berankis (LTU) d 3-Donald Young (USA) 7-6(3) 6-1; AAP Buenos Aires Open Quarter-finals at Buenos Aires 8-Pablo Cuevas (URU) vs 2-David Ferrer (ESP) 2-4 (to be completed); Nicolas Almagro (ESP) d 3-Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 6-2 7-5; 1-Rafael Nadal (ESP) d Paolo Lorenzi (ITA) 7-6(3) 6-2; 5-Dominic Thiem (AUT) d Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 6-4 6-2. WTA Tour St Petersburg Ladies Trophy Quarter-finals at St Petersburg 1-Belinda Bencic (SUI) d 5-Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (RUS) 6-7(4) 6-4 6-2; Darya Kasatkina (RUS) d Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) 4-6 7-5 6-3; 4-Ana Ivanovic (SRB) d Kateryna Kozlova (UKR) 6-1 7-5; 2-Roberta Vinci (ITA) d Timea Babos (HUN) 7-6(3) 4-6 7-6(4); AAP Taiwan Open Semi-finals at Kaohsiung 1-Venus Williams (USA) d 3-Yulia Putintseva (KAZ) 7-5 6-3; 2-Misaki Doi (JPN) d 6-Hsieh Su-Wei (TPE) 6-0 6-2. Horse Racing Yesterdays UBET Dividends DARWIN (DR) Race 1: 2 Furious Jet $5.20 $2.50 4 Mckenna $1.30 5 Shining Mane NTD. Q: $7.10. E: $16.80. T: $37.00. FIRST 4: (2 4 5 3) $156.20. All Started. Race 2: 2 Oh George $2.00 $1.40 1 Handsome Tycoon $1.20 5 Cracked NTD. Q: $1.80. E: $4.10. T: $29.70. FIRST 4: (2 1 5 3) $34.60. All Started. Race 3: 1 Hes Commanding $3.90 $1.80 3 Zocalos $3.00 5 Snow Lion NTD. Q: $12.80. E: $29.90. T: $33.00. FIRST 4: (1 3 5 2) $110.00. All Started. Race 4: 1 Old Tom $1.80 $1.30 4 Arrayanes $1.90 7 Poinsettia NTD. Q: $4.00. E: $7.10. T: $10.90. FIRST 4: (1 4 7 2) $83.80. Scr: 6,5L. Race 5: 6 Gold Zac $15.60 $3.50 1 On Your Way $2.20 7 All Due Respect NTD. Q: $36.40. E: $140.40. T: $1,071.60. FIRST 4: (6 1 7 3) $3,918.00. All Started. EXTRA DOUBLE: 2 Oh George 1 Hes Commanding $4.30. Sub: 2 Oh George 5 Snow Lion. DOUBLE: 1 Old Tom 6 Gold Zac $15.90. Sub: 1 Old Tom 3 Girls Away. Greyhounds Fridays UBET Dividends DARWIN (DG) Race 1: 2 Just Hold On $2.50 $1.90 1 Sum Ting Wong $1.70 4 Rays Guess NTD. Q: $3.30. E: $3.80. T: $17.00. Scr: 3,6. Race 2: 8 Must Be Crackers $2.10 $1.60 3 Olivers Guess $2.00 2 Lay Low NTD. Q: $10.70. E: $10.10. T: $44.70. Scr: 4. Race 3: 6 Emerley Fairy $1.60 $1.00 7 Iron Me $2.00 1 Shes So Vain $2.10. Q: $9.60. E: $27.00. T: $44.30. A2: 6-7: $2.60, 1-6: $8.20, 1-7: Not won pool jackpots. All Started. Race 4: 8 Summer Chant $2.60 $2.40 7 Arnhem Rogue $2.10 5 Kiruna $5.20. Q: $3.20. E: Not won pool jackpots. T: $140.90. A2: 7-8: $4.10, 5-8: $14.50, 5-7: Not won pool jackpots. All Started. Race 5: 6 Curry Coco $11.10 $4.30 7 Its Your Money $1.80 3 Madiba Man $1.10. Q: $35.50. E: $86.30. T: $366.00. A2: 6-7: $8.80, 3-6: $7.00, 3-7: Not won pool jackpots. Scr: 8L. Race 6: 6 Good Bye Joan $3.40 $2.60 2 Arnhen Villain $1.00 1 No Condiments $3.20. Q: $2.30. E: $11.00. T: $46.90. A2: 2-6: $2.60, 1-6: $26.40, 1-2: $4.80. All Started. EXTRA DOUBLE: 6 Emerley Fairy 8 Summer Chant $5.90. SUB: 6 Emerley Fairy 8 Summer Chant. DOUBLE: 6 Curry Coco 6 Good Bye Joan $27.30. SUB: 5 Bugatti Black 2 Arnhen Villain. 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. Ansett return to winning ways THE 2015 championship runner-up womens side Ansett got back on the winners sheet with a first-up win in the Darwin Basketball Association Challenge season. Ansett, who lost to TV Jets in the Novembers Championship final, beat Razzle 64-57 on Thursday. The game of the round was wide open at three-quarter time, with Ansett leading by only three points but they held off Razzle for the win. Tamara Sheppard was Ansetts standout with 33 points. Tamiyah Perkins was a solid contributor with 16. Martin leads Lightning strike THIRTY-FIVE points from Craig Martin was enough to lead Lightning to a first-up win over Uni Rebels in Round 1 of the Darwin Basketball Association Mens League Challenge Season. In a high-scoring and entertaining encounter it was Lightnings fourth-quarter defence that secured the win, holding Uni Rebels to only 11 points in the final term and winning 80-73 on Friday night. Cameron Bailey played a solid support role to Martin with 20 points, while Dylan De Santis chipped in with 12. Jake Kirby was strong for TERRITORY boxing identity Boyd Scully says the sport in Australias Top End owes a big slice of gratitude to the late Arthur Tunstall (pictured). Scully said Tunstall, who died last week at the age of 93, was instrumental in putting Northern Territory amateur boxing on the map. We were a part time amateur organisation that put on a few fights now and then before Arthur and Bert Weidemann got us into the national association, Scully said. Bert was our president in the mid 1980s when he negoti GREY MORRIS Scully salutes boxing mentor ated with Boxing Australia to get us on board and it was a giant leap forward. From there we sent teams to national championships and came away with champions in their various divisions like James Swan and Henry Collins. Tunstall was a long term administrator, spending 30 years as the head of the Australian Commonwealth Games Association. He was the Australian team boxing manager at the 1960, 68, 76 and 80 Olympic BRUMBIES boss Stephen Larkham (pictured) says David Pocock and the franchise were both upset with the players future being put in the spotlight this week, but backed the Wallabies star to make the right decision. The former Western Force skipper is considering a oneyear sabbatical from the game to study in the UK in 2017, before returning with an eye on playing in the 2019 World Cup. A decision on Pococks future is expected within the next fortnight and Larkham admitted everyone was relieved to get on the field in Fri Pocock on brink day nights 31-18 victory over the Queensland Reds to put the distraction behind them. It was disappointing it came out the way it did, Larkham said. Poey and his manager wanted to keep it quiet and wanted tell the right people before it came out, so it was disappointing for him and disappointing for us as well. I think it was good for him to get on the field and take his mind off all that other stuff. Larkham expects Pocock to be fielding offers from France and other Super Rugby sides as well, but is hopeful hell stay with the Brumbies. Ive no doubt hes got of CIARAN BAYNES