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Sunday Territorian 25 Jan 2015

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Sunday Territorian 25 Jan 2015

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Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

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2015-01-25

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SUNDAY JANUARY 25 2015 SPORT 53 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Tennis Australian Open Men: Round 3: Gilles Muller (LUX) d 19-John Isner (USA) 7-6(4) 7-6(6) 6-4; 5-Kei Nishikori (JPN) d Steve Johnson (USA) 6-7(7) 6-1 6-2 6-3; Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) d Vasek Pospisil (CAN) 6-2 6-4 6-4; 4-Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) d Jarkko Nieminen (FIN) 6-4 6-2 6-4; 12-Feliciano Lopez (ESP) d Jerzy Janowicz (POL) 7-6(6) 6-4 7-6(3); 8-Milos Raonic (CAN) d Benjamin Becker (GER) 6-4 6-3 6-3 Women: Round 3: Victoria Azarenka (BLR) d 25-Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (CZE) 6-4 6-4; Madison Brengle (USA) d Coco Vandeweghe (USA) 6-3 6-2; 11-Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) d 19-Alize Cornet (FRA) 7-5 6-2; 1-Serena Williams (USA) d 26-Elina Svitolina (UKR) 4-6 6-2 6-0; 18-Venus Williams (USA) d Camila Giorgi (ITA) 4-6 7-6(3) 6-1; 24-Garbine Muguruza (ESP) d Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) 6-3 4-6 6-0; 6-Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) d 30-Varvara Lepchenko (USA) 6-0 7-5 Mens Doubles: Round 2: Oliver Marach (AUT)/Michael Venus (NZL) d 5-Alexander Peya (AUT)/Bruno Soares (BRA) 6-4 7-6(5); 12-Eric Butorac (USA)/Samuel Groth (AUS) d Pablo Andujar (ESP)/Dustin Brown (GER) 7-6(1) 6-4; 2-Julien Benneteau/Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA) d Santiago Giraldo (COL)/Joao Sousa (POR) 7-5 6-4; WCAlex Bolt/Andrew Whittington (AUS) d Jeremy Chardy (FRA)/Lukasz Kubot (POL) 2-6 7-5 7-5; Pierre-Hugues Herbert/Nicolas Mahut (FRA) d 11-Juan Sebastian Cabal/ Robert Farah (COL) 6-3 6-4; 4-Ivan Dodig (CRO)/Marcelo Melo (BRA) d Andrey Golubev (KAZ)/Denis Istomin (UZB) 2-6 6-3 7-6; Jonathan Erlich (ISR)/Treat Huey (PHI) d 9-Robert Lindstedt (SWE)/Marcin Matkowski (POL) 6-3 6-2 Womens Doubles: Round 2: 3-Ekaterina Makarova/ Elena Vesnina (RUS) d Dominika Cibulkova (SVK)/Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) 6-4 5-7 6-2; 16-Julia Goerges/AnnaLena Gronefeld (GER) d Zarina Diyas (KAZ)/Chanelle Scheepers (RSA) 7-6(4) 6-2; Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA)/Lucie Safarova (CZE) d 10-Timea Babos (HUN)/ Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) 4-6 7-6(2) 6-4; 14-Chan Yung-Jan (TPE)/Zheng Jie (CHN) d Lara Arruabarrena (ESP)/Irina Begu (ROU) 6-4 6-3; 9-Andrea Hlavackova/ Lucie Hradecka (CZE) d WC-Monique Adamczak/Olivia Rogowska (AUS) 6-3 6-2; 7-Caroline Garcia (FRA)/ Katarina Srebotnik (SLO) d Shelby Rogers (USA)/Donna Vekic (CRO) 6-3 3-6 6-3; Kiki Bertens (NED)/Johanna Larsson (SWE) d 11-Anabel Medina (ESP)/Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ) 3-6 6-2 6-4; 1-Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci (ITA) d Mona Barthel (GER)/Mandy Minella (LUX) 6-0 6-2 Mixed Doubles: Round 1: Hsieh Su-Wei (TPE)/Pablo Cuevas (URU) d 6-Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ)/Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) 6-4 5-7 10-4; Michaella Krajicek (NED)/ Florin Mergea (ROU) d Elina Svitolina (UKR)/Raven Klaasen (RSA) 6-1 6-3; Chan Hao-Ching (TPE)/Jamie Murray (GBR) d WC-Jarmila Gajdosova (AUS)/Mahesh Bhupathi (IND) 4-6 7-6(7) 10-8; 2-Katarina Srebotnik (SLO)/Marcelo Melo (BRA) d Arantxa Parra/David Marrero (ESP) 6-1 6-4; Abigail Spears (USA)/Santiago Gonzalez (MEX) d WC-Arina Rodionova (AUS)/Max Mirnyi (BLR) 6-3 7-5; WC-Daria Gavrilova/Luke Saville (AUS) d Alla Kudryavtseva (RUS)/Aisam Qureshi (PAK) 7-6 7-5 Basketball NBA (home team in CAPS): PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 86 Toronto Raptors 91; DALLAS MAVERICKS 98 Chicago Bulls 102; MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES 84 New Orleans Pelicans 92; DENVER NUGGETS 99 Boston Celtics 100; PHOENIX SUNS 111 Houston Rockets 113; ATLANTA HAWKS 103 Oklahoma City Thunder 93; CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 129 Charlotte Hornets 90; MIAMI HEAT 89 Indiana Pacers 87; NEW YORK KNICKS 113 Orlando Magic 106; SAN ANTONIO SPURS 99 L.A. Lakers 85; GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 126 Sacramento Kings 101 Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L PCT GB Toronto Raptors 28 15 0.651 Brooklyn Nets 18 25 0.419 10.0 Boston Celtics 15 26 0.366 12.0 Philadelphia 76ers 8 35 0.186 20.0 New York Knicks 8 36 0.182 20.5 Central Division W L PCT GB Chicago Bulls 29 16 0.644 Cleveland Cavaliers 24 20 0.545 4.5 Milwaukee Bucks 21 21 0.500 6.5 Detroit Pistons 17 26 0.395 11.0 Indiana Pacers 15 30 0.333 14.0 Southeast Division W L PCT GB Atlanta Hawks 36 8 0.818 Washington Wizards 29 14 0.674 6.5 Miami Heat 19 24 0.442 16.5 Charlotte Hornets 18 26 0.409 18.0 Orlando Magic 15 31 0.326 22.0 Western Conference Northwest Division W L PCT GB Portland Trail Blazers 31 13 0.705 Oklahoma City Thunder 22 21 0.512 8.5 Denver Nuggets 18 25 0.419 12.5 Utah Jazz 15 28 0.349 15.5 Minnesota Timberwolves 7 35 0.167 23.0 Pacific Division W L PCT GB Golden State Warriors 35 6 0.854 L.A. Clippers 29 14 0.674 7.0 Phoenix Suns 26 19 0.578 11.0 Sacramento Kings 16 27 0.372 20.0 L.A. Lakers 12 32 0.273 24.5 Southwest Division W L PCT GB Memphis Grizzlies 30 12 0.714 Houston Rockets 30 14 0.682 1.0 Dallas Mavericks 30 14 0.682 1.0 San Antonio Spurs 28 17 0.622 3.5 New Orleans Pelicans 22 21 0.512 8.5 Baseball ABL Sydney v Canberra Game 2 at Sydney Sydney 105 000 20x 8r 9h 1e Canberra 001 103 010 6r 6h 1e Sydney: L Wilkins 5ip 3h 5k 5w J Guyer 2/3ip 1h 2k 3w T Van Steensel 2ip 0h 4k 2w D Koo 1-1/3ip 2h 2k 1w to T Baker. Hits: J Dean 2 A Howe 2 D Kandilas 2 T Baker M Lysaught T Oeltjen. Canberra: T Atherton 2-2/3ip 5h 3k 5w W Ough 2-2/3ip S Toler 2/3ip 0h 0k 0w S Kent 1/3ip 1h 0k 1w A Holland 2/3ip 1h 2k 0w A Thompson 1ip 1h 3k 1w to Ja Murphy. Hits: M Lemon 2 R Perkins 2 A Hudak Ja Murphy. Perth v Brisbane Game 2 at Perth Perth 000 100 12x 4r 7h 0e Brisbane 002 000 000 2r 12h 2e Perth: W Saupold 5ip 10h 1k 0w S Mitchinson 3ip 2h 3k 2w J Marban 1ip 0h 2k 0w to A de San Miguel. Hits: R Tosoni 2 M Kennelly T Kennelly J McDonald T Smith J Wong. Brisbane: C Lin 7ip 5h 4k 0w M Timms 1/3ip 2h 1k 0w J Lorick 2/3ip 0h 1k 0w to K Yang. Hits: G Goetzman 4 M Tissenbaum 3 C Beatty T Coyle J Field L Wade K Yang. Cricket Tri-Series ODI Australia v England at Blundstone Arena ENGLAND Innings M ALI c (sub) b Faulkner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 (48) I BELL c Starc b Sandhu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 (125) J TAYLOR c Faulkner b Henriques . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 (14) J ROOT c Finch b Cummins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 (70) E MORGAN c Haddin b Sandhu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1) J BUTTLER run out (Haddin). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 (24) R BOPARA b Starc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 (16) C WOAKES run out (Haddin) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1) S BROAD not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1) Extras (1b 4lb 5w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Eight wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303 Fall: 113 (Ali), 132 (Taylor), 253 (Bell), 254 (Morgan), 275 (Root), 303 (Bopara), 303 (Buttler), 303 (Woakes) Bowling: M Starc 10-0-60-1 (1w), P Cummins 10-074-1 (1w), G Sandhu 10-0-49-2, G Maxwell 3-0-22-0, J Faulkner 10-0-59-1 (3w), M Henriques 7-0-34-1 Batting time: 216 mins. Overs: 50 AUSTRALIA Innings A FINCH b Ali . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 (32) S MARSH c Bell b Finn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 (48) S SMITH not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 (95) C WHITE lbw Finn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (2) G MAXWELL c Root b Ali . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 (38) J FAULKNER c Bell b Woakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 (43) B HADDIN c Bell b Woakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 (29) M HENRIQUES run out (Taylor). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 (11) M STARC not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (1) Extras (3lb 3w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Seven wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304 Fall: 76 (Finch), 92 (Marsh), 92 (White), 161 (Maxwell), 216 (Faulkner), 297 (Haddin), 302 (Henriques) Bowling: C Woakes 9.5-0-58-2 (1w), J Anderson 10-056-0 (1w), S Broad 9-0-61-0, M Ali 10-0-50-2 (1w), S Finn 10-0-65-2, R Bopara 1-0-11-0 Batting time: 216 mins. Overs: 49.5 Umpires: Simon Fry (AUS), Marais Erasmus (RSA) Match Referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM) Third Umpire: John Ward (AUS) Result: Australia won by 3 wickets Points: Australia 4.00 England 0.00 Standings P W L NR T Pts NRR Australia 3 3 - - - 13 0.467 England 3 1 2 - - 5 0.481 India 2 - 2 - - 0 -1.356 Cycling Tour Down Under Stage 5 (151.5km) McLaren Vale to Willunga Hill: Richie Porte (SKY, AUS) 3h37m32s 1, Rohan Dennis (BMC, AUS) at 9s 2, Ruben Fernandez (MOV, ESP) at 16s 3, Cadel Evans (BMC, AUS) st 4, Tom Dumoulin (TGA, NED) st 5, Domenico Pozzovivo (ALM, ITA) at 19s 6, Tiago MacHado (KAT, POR) at 24s 7, Moreno Moser (TCG, ITA) at 26s 8, Gorka Izaguirre Insausti (MOV, ESP) at 28s 9, Arnold Jeannesson (FDJ, FRA) st 10. General Classification: Rohan Dennis (BMC, AUS) 17h19m9s 1, Richie Porte (SKY, AUS) at 2s 2, Cadel Evans (BMC, AUS) at 20s 3, Tom Dumoulin (TGA, NED) at 22s 4, Ruben Fernandez (MOV, ESP) at 24s 5, Domenico Pozzovivo (ALM, ITA) at 31s 6, Daryl Impey (OGE, RSA) at 38s 7, Tiago MacHado (KAT, POR) at 46s 8, Gorka Izaguirre Insausti (MOV, ESP) at 52s 9, Jarlison Pantano Gomez (IAM, COL) at 53s 10. King Of The Mountain: Jack Bobridge (AUS, AUS) 36 pts 1, Rohan Dennis (BMC, AUS) 34 2, Richie Porte (SKY, AUS) 22 3, Cadel Evans (BMC, AUS) 18 4, Domenico Pozzovivo (ALM, ITA) 14 5, Dario Cataldo (AST, ITA) 12 6, Thomas De Gendt (LTS, BEL) 10 7, Tom Dumoulin (TGA, NED) 8 8, Ruben Fernandez (MOV, ESP) 8 9, Davide Malacarne (AST, ITA) 8 10. Sprint Classification: Daryl Impey (OGE, RSA) 39 pts 1, Cadel Evans (BMC, AUS) 37 2, Tom Dumoulin (TGA, NED) 36 3, Richie Porte (SKY, AUS) 34 4, Rohan Dennis (BMC, AUS) 29 5, Niccolo Bonifazio (LAM, ITA) 29 6, Jack Bobridge (AUS, AUS) 25 7, Juan Jose Lobato Del Valle (MOV, ESP) 24 8, Steele Von Hoff (AUS, AUS) 22 9, Maxim Belkov (KAT, RUS) 22 10. Team Classification: MOVISTAR TEAM 52h21s 1, BMC RACING TEAM at 1m21s 2, AG2R LA MONDIALE at 4m 3, LOTTO-SOUDAL at 4m24s 4, CANNONDALE-GARMIN at 5m32s 5, LAMPRE-MERIDA at 5m33s 6, ORICAGREENEDGE at 5m43s 7, TEAM KATUSHA at 5m50s 8, IAM CYCLING at 5m57s 9, FDJ.fr at 6m24s 10. Soccer FA Cup 4th Round (Winners advance to last 16): Cambridge United 0 Manchester United 0 French Cup Last 32: Red Star FC 2 Marseille Consolat 0 French First Division Nice 2 (Genevois 47, Hult 73) Marseille 1 (Thauvin 77) Send-offs: (Gomis 54 - Nice) Standings P W D L F A Pts Lyon 21 14 3 4 45 17 45 Marseille 22 14 2 6 42 22 44 Paris Saint-Germain 21 11 8 2 38 19 41 Saint-Etienne 21 11 7 3 24 13 40 Monaco 21 10 6 5 24 18 36 Montpellier 21 9 5 7 26 22 32 Girondins Bordeaux 21 9 5 7 27 29 32 Nantes 21 8 7 6 19 18 31 Nice 22 9 4 9 28 29 31 Rennes 21 8 6 7 22 25 30 Stade de Reims 21 8 4 9 27 36 28 Lille 21 7 6 8 17 18 27 Guingamp 21 8 1 12 23 33 25 Lorient 21 7 2 12 23 29 23 SC Bastia 21 5 7 9 21 26 22 Toulouse 21 6 4 11 23 33 22 Metz 21 5 5 11 19 30 20 Evian Gaillard FC 21 6 2 13 23 38 20 RC Lens 21 5 4 12 20 28 19 Caen 21 4 6 11 26 34 18 Leading Goalscorers: 20: Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon) 13: Andre-Pierre Gignac (Marseille) 8: Cheick Tidiane Diabate (Girondins Bordeaux), Claudio Beauvue (Guingamp), Daniel Wass (Evian Thonon Gaillard FC), Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain), Nabil Fekir (Lyon), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain) 7: Carlos Eduardo (Nice), Lucas Moura (Paris Saint-Germain), PaulGeorges Ntep (Rennes), Wissam Ben Yedder (Toulouse) Dutch First Division Twente 2 (Corona 62, Ould-Chikh 88) Heracles Almelo 0 Standings P W D L F A Pts PSV Eindhoven 18 15 1 2 49 14 46 Ajax 18 13 3 2 45 17 42 Feyenoord 18 10 4 4 33 16 34 PEC Zwolle 18 10 2 6 35 22 32 Alkmaar 18 9 4 5 28 25 31 Twente 19 8 7 4 34 24 31 SC Cambuur 18 7 6 5 29 27 27 Heerenveen 18 6 7 5 23 22 25 FC Groningen 18 6 6 6 19 26 24 Willem II 18 7 2 9 26 29 23 Utrecht 18 7 2 9 31 35 23 Vitesse 18 5 7 6 35 28 22 Excelsior 18 4 8 6 26 36 20 ADO Den Haag 18 3 8 7 24 31 17 Go Ahead Eagles 18 4 4 10 22 37 16 Heracles Almelo 19 5 1 13 27 41 16 NAC Breda 18 3 4 11 17 41 13 FC Dordrecht 18 1 4 13 12 44 7 Leading Goalscorers: 11: Mark Uth (Heerenveen), Michiel Kramer (ADO Den Haag) 10: Bartholomew Ogbeche (SC Cambuur), Luuk de Jong (PSV Eindhoven), Memphis Depay (PSV Eindhoven) 9: Luc Castaignos (Twente), Michael de Leeuw (FC Groningen), Ruud Boymans (Utrecht) 8: Arkadiusz Milik (Ajax), Marko Vejinovic (Vitesse), Samuel Armenteros (Willem II), Tomas Necid (PEC Zwolle) Turkish First Division Trabzonspor 3 (Cardozo 20 pen, 84, Ekici 65) Sivasspor 1 (Taouil 44); Konyaspor 2 (Camdali 45, Torje 50) Bursaspor 3 (Sen 14, Civelli 44, Fernandao 90+3) Scottish Premier League St. Johnstone 1 (Lappin 31) Aberdeen 1 (Rooney 57) Belgian First Division Racing Genk 2 (Schrijvers 42, De Ceulaer 68) MouscronPeruwelz 0 Northern Ireland First Division Coleraine 1 (Browne 79) Dungannon Swifts 2 (Mitchell 27, Mullen 87) Warrenpoint Town 7 (Bagnall 13, McGuigan 19, Hughes 29, 76, 83, Hughes 51, Forsyth 89) Ballinamallard United0 Crusaders 6 (Owens 11, 15, 58, Heatley 19, 87, OCarroll 85 pen) Portadown 0 Glenavon 2 (Caldwell 34, Martyn 55) Institute FC 1 (Hume 45) Golf Australian Amateur Quarter-final at the Australian GC Men: T Hodge (NZL) bt J Gulasekharam (NZL) 2-1, K Yuan (NSW) bt C Conners (NSW) 2-1, C Davis (NSW) bt J Sullivan (Qld) 3-2, J Warren (NSW) bt B Petersen (NSW) at 19th. Semi-f: T Hodge (NZL) bt K Yuan (NSW) 3-1, C Davis (NSW) bt J Warren (NSW) at 19th. Women: S Shin (NSW) bt S Lee (KOR) at 19th, B Kay (Qld) bt J Soo (Vic) 4-3, J Charton (Vic) bt Y Matsubara (JPN) at 19th, L Elmassian (NSW) bt H Green (WA) 1 up. Semi-f: L Elmassian (NSW) bt J Charlton (Vic) 3-2, S Shin (NSW) bt B Kay (Qld) 3-2. PGA TOUR Humana Challenge Second round at La Quinta (par-72): 129: Matt Kuchar (USA) 65 64 130: Michael Putnam (USA) 63 67, Bill Haas (USA) 67 63 131: Justin Thomas (USA) 68 63, Nick Watney (USA) 67 64, Scott Pinckney (USA) 64 67 132: Steve Wheatcroft (USA) 65 67, Alex Cejka (GER) 68 64, Ryan Palmer (USA) 71 61, Erik Compton (USA) 66 66 133: Martin Flores (USA) 68 65, Nick Taylor (CAN) 66 67, Jason Kokrak (USA) 65 68 134: Martin Laird (SCO) 68 66, Charley Hoffman (USA) 71 63, Pat Perez (USA) 66 68, J.J. Henry (USA) 67 67, James Hahn (USA) 67 67, Brendon De Jonge (ZIM) 69 65, John Peterson (USA) 64 70, Steven Alker (NZL) 68 66 135: Sean OHair (USA) 68 67, Scott Verplank (USA) 70 65, Harris English (USA) 67 68, Charles Howell III (USA) 67 68, Scott Stallings (USA) 68 67, Francesco Molinari (ITA) 64 71, Patrick Reed (USA) 65 70, Brendan Steele (USA) 67 68, Park Sung-Joon (KOR) 68 67 136: Tony Finau (USA) 71 65, Brian Davis (ENG) 67 69, Webb Simpson (USA) 70 66, George McNeill (USA) 68 68, Boo Weekley (USA) 70 66 Australians: 141: Stuart Appleby (AUS) 71 70; 142: Jarrod Lyle (AUS) 73 69; 143: Matt Jones (AUS) 76 67; 146: Steven Bowditch (AUS) 73 73 Cameron Percy (AUS) 75 71; EUROPEAN TOUR Qatar Masters Third Round, at Doha (par-72): 203: Marc Warren (SCO) 71 65 67, Branden Grace (RSA) 67 68 68, Emiliano Grillo (ARG) 67 69 67, Bernd Wiesberger (AUT) 69 66 68 205: George Coetzee (RSA) 68 67 70, Eddie Pepperell (ENG) 69 71 65, Alejandro Canizares (ESP) 67 70 68 207: Oliver Fisher (ENG) 65 73 69 208: An Byeong-Hun (KOR) 67 69 72, Darren Fichardt (RSA) 67 70 71, Matthew Baldwin (ENG) 70 68 70, Renato Paratore (ITA) 69 69 70, Johan Carlsson (SWE) 74 65 69, Gregory Bourdy (FRA) 70 68 70 209: Andy Sullivan (ENG) 71 68 70, Thomas Pieters (BEL) 73 68 68, Benjamin Hebert (FRA) 72 68 69, Rafael Cabrera (ESP) 66 73 70, Pablo Larrazabal (ESP) 71 71 67, Ernie Els (RSA) 67 72 70, Michael Lorenzo-Vera (FRA) 70 70 69 210: Soren Kjeldsen (DEN) 73 70 67, Nicolas Colsaerts (BEL) 70 73 67, Shiv Kapur (IND) 70 68 72, Alexander Noren (SWE) 67 71 72, Kristoffer Broberg (SWE) 67 71 72, Anders Hansen (DEN) 71 69 70, Seve Benson (ENG) 70 71 69, Mark Foster (ENG) 67 73 70, Magnus Carlsson (SWE) 71 69 70, Justin Rose (ENG) 68 73 69 Australians: 213: Richard Green (AUS) 70 67 76 214: Wade Ormsby (AUS) 74 69 71 Brett Rumford (AUS) 69 72 73 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 Josh McCrone 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 a week-long elite training camp. The former NSW and Australia coach has seen big potential for McCrone at hooker. Faith inMoses to deliver title MOSES Wigness 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 club wanted 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 with match officials. But they are set to be stymied by a new law that limits where and when 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. Australian cyclist Richie Porte of Team Sky on the way to winning Stage 5 of the Tour Down Under at Old Willunga Hill yesterday Picture: SARAH REED Dennis keeps leader jersey ADELAIDES Rohan Dennis took the Tour Down Under leaders jersey by chance on Thursday but yesterday he secured it with guts in an epic fight with fellow Australian Richie Porte who won Stage 5 on top of Old Willunga Hill. The 24-year-old BMC rider will take a two-second lead over Porte into todays final stage in the city where he could become the first hometown TDU hero in 11 years. Cruelly for Team Skys Porte, for the second year in a row he produced the best ride of the week and won back-toback queen stages of the race only to fall short of the lead. With all the focus on if Porte could unsettle BMCs 1-2 combination of Dennis and Cadel Evans, the Tasmanian attacked 1.2km from the summit and Dennis could only hold on for 600m before he was dropped and finished nine seconds behind. I actually felt pretty comfortable when he (Porte) first went but then he kept kicking, and kicking, and then kicked again and it was about 400m to go I thought If I keep going like this I will probably drop dead, but all good, Dennis said. To be honest (after crossing the line) I was thinking s***, Ive lost it by a couple of seconds. I got told two or three minutes later that Id kept it by two seconds and I went from being somewhat depressed to overwhelmed within 0.1 of a second. They (my team) were absolutely amazing, every time it went into the gutter, every time there were stressful situations they were there and right around me to protect me and make the job as easy as possible, it was a huge effort. Evans is now third overall, 20 seconds adrift of his teammate Dennis who set himself up for victory by winning Stage 3 at Paracombe on Thursday. Despite denying his star teammate a dream finish to his career, Dennis said: There has been no difficulty, no anger, no bad feelings at all, Cadel has been very, very happy with how Ive been riding. Sure it wasnt the fairytale finish to win the race but at 37 (years old) to get third in a World Tour race of this calibre is a huge effort and shows his talent and why he is the best cyclist Australia has ever produced. Whether its him or myself that wins, it doesnt really matter, were still both BMC and teammates. By REECE HOMFRAY Cadel has been very, very happy with how Ive been riding


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