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54 Sunday Territorian. Sunday, August 11, 2013. www.sundayterritorian.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 1 -A U G -2 0 1 3 P A G E : 5 4 C O L O R : C M Y K answers 1August 21. 2 Chesterle-Street. 3Adjective. 4 JohnnyDiesel. 5 August 8. 6 Colin Thiele. 7 James Magnussen. 8William Shakespeare. 9 Everything. 10D.H. Lawrence. 11Anagram. 12Boston. 13 Eggplant. 14Apia. 15 Cl. 16 Frank Lowy. 17Negative. 18 187. 19A sea snail. 20 Australia. 21 JohnKeats. 22Golf. 23Platypus. 24 GWSGiants. 2564. 26 Cate Campbell. 27 Sago. 28Horseracing. 29 Jabiru. 30Spring. S O C C E R B A L L E M U L A T E D A O R E O C U O E E P L U T O A P P E A R S G R E E N P N S T E V K J D T E N T W I N E D E L E V A T O R S D E O N T A T M F F R O N D S H A T T E R A F A R B A E I E E L S A A R C H A N C E S T O R S H A S P O T U F T V R T E E M I B E S T H O P E F U L L Y S P E D A C A L F S L H S B A C H Y F R O N T S E R R E D A G E X Y P U T I C E R T A I N T Y M A I N T A I N H R M S G H C O M D A G I L E I C E P I C K V O I C E T E T V N V E E N E S A D D E N E D B E S T F R I E N D L M L I B R E T T O D E S I R E E R Y G N G L I S T E N S M I N U T E P P T B T N O M I N A T E L E D T N R T E A S E S M E R G E S I L V A A X C H A R A D E S D P K B D T R I P O D E M A C I A T E A S T M N R I N S E D S P A N G L E S T D SPORT sundayterritorian.com.au School titles on in earnest AUSTRALIANRULES MORE than 500 students from every mainland state and territory will be engaged in this weeks School Sport Australia national football titles in Darwin. Twenty teams of 15-year-old boys, 16-year-old girls and 12 years and under in both genders will contest the week-long championships. All-Australian Schoolboys Nakia Cockatoo and Sam Godden will fill master of ceremonies duties at the official opening today while entertainers the Rosebery Boys from Rosebery Middle School and Darwin High School student Shiane Hawke will sing the National Anthem. AFL legends from yesteryear and today have come through the School Sport Australia program. The Territory has been playing in the championships non-stop since 1974 (secondary) and 1975 (primary, now 12 years and under). School Sport NT executive officer Helen Taylor has urged Top Enders to get down and watch the footy. Wed love the Darwin public to come along and cheer on the locals, she said. Players always enjoy hearing cheers from the ochre-clad crowds and at home its even better. Golf PGAChampionship Rd 2, par-70 131: JasonDufner (USA) 68 63 133: Adam Scott (AUS) 65 68, Matt Kuchar (USA) 67 66, Jim Furyk (USA) 65 68 134: Justin Rose (ENG) 68 66, Henrik Stenson (SWE) 68 66 135: Robert Garrigus (USA) 67 68, Steve Stricker (USA) 68 67 136: Webb Simpson (USA) 72 64, Martin Kaymer (GER) 68 68, Charley Hoffman (USA) 69 67, Marcus Fraser (AUS) 67 69 137: Sergio Garcia (ESP) 69 68, Roberto Castro (USA) 68 69 138: Scott Piercy (USA) 67 71, Jason Day (AUS) 67 71, Hunter Mahan (USA) 70 68, Rickie Fowler (USA) 70 68, Bill Haas (USA) 68 70, David Lynn (ENG) 69 69, Jonas Blixt (SWE) 68 70 139: LeeWestwood (ENG) 66 73, Zach Johnson (USA) 69 70, Kiradech Aphibarnrat (THA) 68 71, Paul Casey (ENG) 67 72, Mi chael Thompson (USA) 72 67, Graeme McDowell (NIR) 70 69 140: Ryo Ishikawa (JPN) 69 71, Tim Clark (RSA) 69 71, Francesco Molinari (ITA) 72 68, Miguel Angel Jimenez (ESP) 68 72, Ryan Moore (USA) 69 71, Rory McIlroy (NIR) 69 71, Chris Kirk (USA) 71 69, Marc Leishman (AUS) 70 70, Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 72 68, David Toms (USA) 71 69 141: Matteo Manassero (ITA) 72 69, Thongchai Jaidee (THA) 70 71, BooWeekley (USA) 72 69, Ian Poulter (ENG) 70 71, Marc Warren (SCO) 74 67, Shane Lowry (IRL) 71 70, Peter Hanson (SWE) 72 69, Keegan Bradley (USA) 69 72, Tiger Woods (USA) 71 70, Thorbjorn Olesen (DEN) 71 70, K.J. Choi (KOR) 76 65, Scott Jamieson (SCO) 69 72 142: Darren Clarke (NIR) 69 73, Vijay Singh (FIJ) 70 72, Phil Mickelson (USA) 71 71, Brendon De Jonge (ZIM) 71 71, John Senden (AUS) 72 70, Luke Guthrie (USA) 71 71, Josh Teater (USA) 71 71, David Hearn (CAN) 66 76, J.J. Henry (USA) 71 71, Kevin Streelman (USA) 70 72 143: Brooks Koepka (USA) 71 72, Ken Duke (USA) 75 68, Danny Willett (ENG) 73 70, Brandt Snedeker (USA) 70 73, Harris English (USA) 74 69, John Merrick (USA) 75 68, D.A. Points (USA) 73 70, Gary Woodland (USA) 73 70, Tommy Gainey (USA) 69 74, Ryan Palmer (USA) 73 70, Ben Curtis (USA) 73 70, Dustin Johnson (USA) 72 71, Rafael Cabrera (ESP) 68 75, Stephen Gal lacher (SCO) 75 68, Scott Stallings (USA) 73 70,Matt Jones (AUS) 72 71 HonmaPilsenGolfMasters Rd 1, play suspended, par-71 -9: Laura Cabanillas (ESP) - 6holes 65: Ai Miyazato (JPN) 66: Anais Maggetti (SUI), Florentyna Parker (ENG), Ann-Kathrin Lindner (GER), Diana Luna (ITA) 67: Line Vedel (DEN), Miriam Nagl (GER), Lee-Anne Pace (RSA), Melissa Reid (ENG), Lindsey Wright (AUS) 68: Cheyenne Woods (USA), Stacey Keating (AUS), Rebecca Hudson (ENG), Leigh Whittaker (GER) -3: Lydia Hall (WAL) - 15holes 69: Joanna Klatten (FRA), Klara Spilkova (CZE), Caroline Afonso (FRA), Laura Davies (ENG), Marianne Skarpnord (NOR), Mi kaela Parmlid (SWE) -2: Eleanor Givens (ENG) - 6holes, Beth Allen (USA) 15holes,Karen Lunn (AUS) - 15holes,Val entine Derrey (FRA) - 3holes, Jade Schaeffer (FRA) - 12holes 70: Anne-Lise Caudal (FRA), Connie Chen (RSA), Tara Davies (WAL), Tania Elosegui (ESP) -1: Margherita Rigon (ITA) - 6holes, Alexan dra Vilatte (FRA) - 6holes Louise Krister sson (SWE) - 15holes, Jacqueline Hed wall (SWE) - 6holes, Stacy Bregman (RSA) - 6holes, Holly Aitchison (ENG) 15holes, Maria Balikoeva (RUS) - 3holes, Gwladys Nocera (FRA) - 15holes, Alison Whitaker (AUS) - 3holes 71: Sophie Giquel-Bettan (FRA), Becky Morgan (WAL), Katie Burnett (USA), Nikki Campbell (AUS), Sophie Walker (ENG), Noora Tamminen (FIN), Bonita Bredenhann (NAM) Even: Eva Bjarvall (SWE) 15holes, Elizabeth Young (ENG) - 6holes, Holly Clyburn (ENG) - 15holes, Veronica Zorzi (ITA) - 3holes, Nikki Garrett (AUS) 12holes, Malene Jorgensen (DEN) 3holes, Julie Greciet (FRA) - 12holes, Re becca Artis (AUS) - 12holes, Maria Hernandez (ESP) - 12holes 72: Tandi Von Ruben (RSA), Sahra Hassan (WAL), Celine Herbin (FRA) +1: Cathryn Bristow (NZL) - 6holes, Nina Holleder (GER) 6holes, Minea Blomqvist-Kakko (FIN) 3holes, Stefania Croce (ITA) - 3holes, Isabella Ramsay (SWE) - 3holes, Ursula Wikstrom (FIN) - 3holes, Felicity Johnson (ENG) - 12holes, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 12holes,Henrietta Zuel (ENG) - 3holes 73: Kylie Walker (SCO), Bree Arthur (AUS), Katerina Krasova (CZE) +2: Katerina Vlasinova (CZE) - 15holes, Carly Booth (SCO) - 12holes, Vikki Laing (SCO) 3holes, Danielle Montgomery (ENG) 12holes 74:Hannah Burke (ENG), Pamela Pretswell (SCO), Adriana Kubecova (CZE), Elina Nummenpaa (FIN), Charlotte Ellis (ENG) +3: Franziska Friedrich (GER) - 6holes 75: Whitney Hillier (AUS), Lucie Andre (FRA), Virginie Lagoutte (FRA) +4: Daniela Prorokova (CZE) - 6holes, Jes sica Karlsson (SWE) - 6holes, Louise Lar sson (SWE) - 3holes 76: Zuzana Ka masova (SVK), Melanie Matzler (SUI) +5: Eva Kozeluhova (CZE) - 15holes, Laura Jansone (LAT) - 15holes 77: Lucy Wil liams (ENG) +6: Marketa Subrtova (CZE) - 15holes 84: StephanieNa (AUS) Rugby League Super League Reds 16 Rhinos 42; Saints 38 Quins 10; Warriors 12Giants 30. Team P W D L F APts HuddersfieldGiants 24 19 0 5 779 437 36 WiganWarriors 24 17 1 6 769 384 35 WarringtonWolves 23 17 1 5 761 403 35 LeedsRhinos 24 16 1 7 660 473 33 StHelens 24 13 1 10 598 483 27 CatalanDragons 23 11 2 10 550 540 24 Hull KingstonRovers 23 12 0 11 562 640 24 Hull FC 23 10 2 11 550 459 22 BradfordBulls 23 9 2 12 516 563 20 WakefieldWildcats 23 9 1 13 598 625 19 WidnesVikings 23 7 2 14 581 767 16 Castleford Tigers 23 6 2 15 538 743 14 SalfordCity Reds 24 6 1 17 389 867 11 LondonBroncos 24 3 2 19 421 888 8 Huddersfield Giants and Salford City Reds de ducted 2points. Tennis Montreal Cup Quarter-finals, Women (prefix denotes seeding): 1-Serena Williams (USA) d Magdalena Rybarikova (SVK) 6-1 6-1. Sorana Cirstea (ROU) d 6-Petra Kvitova (CZE) 4-6 7-5 6-2. 4-Li Na (CHN) d Domini ka Cibulkova (SVK) 7-6(1) 6-2. 3-Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) d 5-Sara Errani (ITA) 7-6(1) 7-5. TorontoMasters Quarter-finals, Men (prefix denotes seeding): 4-Rafael Nadal (ESP) d Marinko Matosevic (AUS) 6-2 6-4. 1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) d 7-Richard Gasquet (FRA) 6-1 6-2. 11-Milos Raonic (CAN) d Ernests Gulbis (LAT) 7-6(3) 4-6 6-4. Vasek Pospisil (CAN) dNikolayDavydenko (RUS) 3-0 ret. Greyhounds Fridays TattsBet Dividends WINNELLIE PARK Race 1: 1 Willy Make It $1.80 $1.80 4 Ellens Boy $4.10 5 All Jordan NTD. Q: $22.50. E: $15.70. T: $51.50. Scr: 3,6,8. Race 2: 2 Merbel $5.00 $2.00 8 Trink Amalee $3.60 1 Jurassic Knocka NTD. Q: $13.90. E: $7.10. T: $71.40. Scr: 3,5,7. Race 3: 8 Junior Sanchez $4.30 $1.40 2 Look Fast $3.40 6 Slater Lass $3.30. Q: $15.20. E: $40.90. T: $432.00. A2: 2-8 $17.40, 6-8 $24.00, 2-6 $10.10. All Started. Race 4: 2 Swansea Jacky $4.60 $1.40 1 Just Proper $1.20 7 TizaWhisper $1.70. Q: $2.00. E: $13.20. T: $29.80. A2: 1-2 $4.00, 2-7 $7.70, 1-7 $2.50. All Started. Race 5: 3 Baradene $4.60 $1.80 4 Fiji Bound $2.20 8 Star Cosmic NTD. Q: $6.70. E: $24.90. T: $53.90. Scr: 5. Race 6: 4 Halle Blue $8.20 $3.00 8 Satin Moon $2.60 3 Happy Cairo NTD. Q: $12.20. E: $19.90. T: $445.60. Scr: 5. Extra Double: 8 Junior Sanchez 2 Swansea Jacky $22.20.Double: 3 Baradene 4Halle Blue $43.90. Scott: This is my time Aussie Marcus Fraser hits a shot on the 14th hole at the PGA Champs. Picture: GETTY IMAGES GOLF ADAM Scott and major championship contention are now tantamount but the Queenslander is ready to make his name synonymous with multiple major winners. American Jason Dufner may have stolen most of the limelight in the second round of the PGA Championship with a major championship record equalling 63 but Scott once again sits poised to pounce. Dufner sits at nine-under par and leads by two over Scott (68), Matt Kuchar (66) and Jim Furyk (69). US Open champion Justin Rose (66) and British Open runner-up Henrik Stenson (66) share fifth at six-under. Marcus Fraser continued to surprise as the next best Australian with a 69 moving him to four-under and a tie for ninth. Having finished inside the top 15 in eight of the last 11 majors including a win, two seconds and a third, Scott has made a habit of being a focal point of the big ones. The Masters champion believes hes in the prime of his career and is determined to make Greg Normans prediction about being the most successful Australian golfer of all time a reality. Peter Thomson leads the way with five British Opens, Norman won two British Opens, while David Graham is the only Australian to win two different majors having won the US Open and PGA Championship. Im very confident with where my games at, Scott said. I think the platform has never been better for me to go on and win multiple majors. I guess youve got to take the confidence and form of winning a major and run with it. Im doing everything I can to make sure that they are (my best years) and I cant take my foot off the gas just because I achieved something great at Augusta. I was hungry before the Masters and I might even have a bigger appetite after it, and it might be greedy, but I feel like this is my time to get everything I want out of my career and Im going to keep pushing until I do. My game is in great shape. Scott would become the first man to win the Masters and PGA Championship in the same year since Jack Nicklaus in 1975 and just the fifth Australian to win the tournament after Jim Ferrier (1947), Graham (1979), Wayne Grady (1990) and Steve Elkington (1995). Jason Day shot 71 to drop back to two-under but remains in contention in a tie for 15th while Marc Leishmans second consecutive 70 has him even in a tie for 28th. Brett Rumford shot a 77 to miss the cut at seven-over and Geoff Ogilvy joined him out the back door after a second consecutive 74 left him eight-over. Tiger Woods battled to a 70 to be one-over-par, 10 shots off the pace in his quest for a 15th major. Jacky wins once more GREYHOUNDS DARWIN greyhound queen Swansea Jacky illustrated her class and versatility to score a resounding win in the Winnellie Cup Heats (383m) on Friday night. Seven days after finishing a brave third in the Group 3 Darwin Cup (537m) behind Victorian star Take It All, Swansea Jacky ran 21.99 to win the second of the two heats at Winnellie Park. Swansea Jacky ($4.60) accounted for fellow Top End champion Just Proper, with Tiza Whisper working into third spot. The opening heat was won by Warren Twaddles Junior Sanchez ($4.30), who overcame box eight to down Look Fast and Slater Lass ensuring trainer Joel Vansleve has two runners in this Fridays Final. The Winnellie Cup Final is worth $5000 to the winner. The highlight of the undercard came in the opening race when Bradley Thompson prepared his first career winner with Willy Make It. Sent out a $1.80 favourite on the strength of his laststart second behind Satin Moon, Willy Make It pinned the lids from box one and was never headed in the DiCore Drilling Dash (312m). Richard Carr prepared the quinella of the Action Print Mixed Grade 3/4 Dash (383m) as Merbel accounted for Trink Amalee. Ron Phillips came to the fore late in the night with a winning double in the final two races courtesy of Baradene and Halle Blue. GREGORMACTAGGART