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The Northern Territory news Tue 30 Jul 2013

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The Northern Territory news Tue 30 Jul 2013

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NT news

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The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

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2013-07-30

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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

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News Corp Australia

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Darwin

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/247279

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/579412

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www.ntnews.com.au Tuesday, July 30, 2013. NT NEWS. 31 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:30-JGE:31 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K ntnews.com.au l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 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 Emily Stewart of NUTS intercepts a Candice Liddy pass in St Marys 3-2 escape in A-grade womens hockey Picture: DANIEL HARTLEY-ALLEN Trailing Saints prevail HOCKEY A DOUBLE strike by Jarrod Lockley propelled St Marys to a confidence-boosting 4-2 win over Darwin Hockey Association mens league ladder leader NUTS on Sunday. The Saints skipper and attacking midfielder struck in the 19th and 32nd minutes to seal a come-from-behind win. The Tigers had pulled to a 2-1 lead early in the second half. Alister Roberts first half goal after six minutes and his second from a penalty stroke gave NUTS a brief lead before Lockley, Daniel Hayes and Matt Southwood found the back of the net for Saints. East Darwins Jason Hullick struck six times in his sides 7-0 rout of Waratahs on Sunday. Hullick scored twice in the first stanza and four times in the second in a masterly display from the classy forward. The Tricolours win maintained the pressure on the top two sides. Only four points separate first from third. A Matthew Truscott penalty corner after 67 minutes gave Banks a deserved 2-1 win over Commerce PINT. In womens league hockey, St Marys survived a scare from fourth-placed NUTS before escaping with a 3-2 win in Sundays game at Marrara. Everything seemed on track when a Stephanie OConnor field goal a minute into the second half gave them a 2-0 lead after Leah Atkinsons first half strike. But Rebekah Geschs goal for NUTS five minutes later and an Emily Stuart goal to cancel out Tahlia Bakers for Saints called for some desperate defence from both sides. A hat-trick of goals from Waratahs Tayla Ainslie, the last one from a short corner that sealed the result, gave Tahs a 4-2 win over Easts. Commerce PINT beat Banks by the same score, turning around a 2-1 half-time deficit by scoring three times in the second half. Beswick win sole contest FOOTBALL BESWICKS 17-point win over bottom side Tindal was the only action in Round 11 of the Big Rivers Football League. The Bears won 13.8 (86) to 10.9 (69) on the back of Fabian Sandys three goals and the blistering pace of the Blitner cousins, Josh and Jessom. Tindals Aaron Crouch booted four goals and Magpie midfielder Peter McLean produced a beston-ground performance. The Bears won the game in the third quarter when they booted five goals to one to turn a half-time deficit into a matchwinning lead by the last change. The showdown between top teams Arnhem Crows and Eastside failed to eventuate when the playing surface at Nitmiluk Oval was deemed unsuitable to host the match. Heavy four-legged traffic on the surface during the Katherine Show contributed to the football action no-show. Both sides will lock horns at Nitmiluk Oval tonight before fronting up for Round 12 matches at the weekend. The unbeaten Crows tackle Tindal at the RAAF Base on Friday night before Eastside and Kalano meet at Nitmiluk Oval on Saturday afternoon. Forfeits dominated the round when reigning premier Katherine Camels beat Roper region club Jilkminggan and Kalano got four premiership points when the Lajamanu Swans did not make the trip to Katherine. Baseball MLB American League (home team in CAPS): Boston Red Sox 5 BALTIMOREORIOLES 0; Kansas City Royals 4 CHICAGO WHITE SOX 2 F12; SEATTLE MARINERS 6 Min nesota Twins 4; DETROIT TIGERS 12 Philadelphia Phillies 4; TORONTO BLUE JAYS 2 Houston Astros 1; CLEVELAND IN DIANS 6 Texas Rangers 0; NEW YORK YANKEES 6 Tampa Bay Rays 5; OAKLAND ATHLETICS 10 LosAngelesAngels 6. National League (home team in CAPS): COLORADO ROCKIES 6 Milwaukee Br ewers 5; WASHINGTON NATIONALS 14 New York Mets 1; MIAMI MARLINS 3 Pitt sburgh Pirates 2; San Diego Padres 1 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 0; LOS AN GELES DODGERS 1 Cincinnati Reds 0 F11; Chicago Cubs 2 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS 1; ATLANTA BRAVES 5 St. Louis Cardinals 2. Cricket 4thODI Sri Lanka v SouthAfrica in Pallekele SouthAfrica Innings HAMLA lbwbDilshan ............................. 77 QdeKOCKbMalinga ................................. 8 J DUMINYbMendis .................................. 97 ABdeVILLIERS c Sangakkara bDilshan .... 4 FDUPLESSIS st Sangakkara bHerath .. 23 DMILLERbMendis ..................................... 1 F BEHARDIEN c ThirimannebMendis .... 0 RPETERSON c Sangakkara bMalinga . 13 RKLEINVELDT cDilshanbMalinga ......... 8 MMORKEL lbwbMendis .......................... 0 L TSOTSOBEnot out ................................... 3 Extras (4b) .................................................... 4 ALL out for ................................................ 238 Fall: 17, 118, 126, 172, 173, 173, 191, 203, 205, 238. Bowling: L Malinga 9-0-52-3, A Mathews 7-1-31-0, A Mendis 9.4-0-51-4, T Perera 3-0-22-0, R Herath 10-0-38-1, T Dilshan 10-0-40-2. Overs: 48.4 Sri Lanka Innings TDILSHANnot out .................................. 115 MJAYAWARDENE cAmla b Tsotsobe .. 12 KSANGAKKARA cKleinveldt bMorkel 91 L THIRIMANNEnot out ............................... 1 Extras (2lb, 1nb, 17w) ............................... 20 TWOwickets for ..................................... 239 Fall: 45, 229. Bowling:MMorkel 10-1-62-1 (7w), L Tsotsobe 7-0-48-1 (1w 1nb), R Kleinveldt 8-0-33-0 (1w), R Peterson 8-0-46-0, J Du miny 10-1-34-0 (6w), F Behardien 1-0-14-0 (2w). Overs: 44 Sri Lankawonby 8wickets and leads the series 3-1. 3rdODI Zimbabwev India atHarare Zimbabwe Innings VSIBANDA cDhawanbKumar ................ 0 SRAZA cKarthik b Shami ......................... 1 HMASAKADZA cKarthik bMishra ....... 38 BTAYLOR c Shami bUnadkat ................ 23 SWILLIAMS runout ................................. 45 MWALLER lbwbMishra ........................... 0 ECHIGUMBURA lbwb Jadeja ................... 3 PUTSEYA cKarthik b Shami ................... 10 TCHATARAbMishra ............................... 23 BVITORI cKarthik bMishra ................... 17 MCHINOUYAnot out ................................. 6 Extras (5lb, 2nb,10w)................................ 17 ALL out for ................................................ 183 Fall: 0, 2, 67, 80, 80, 89, 125, 133, 167, 183. Bowling:VKumar 7-0-32-1 (1w),M Shami 9-0-25-2 (1w), J Unadkat 7-0-24-1, V Kohli 1-0-7-0, R Jadeja 10-2-39-1 (3w), S Raina 2-0-4-0, AMishra 10-0-47-4 (5w, 2nb). Overs: 46 India Innings Ro SHARMA c Taylor bChinouya .......... 14 SDHAWAN c SibandabChatara ........... 35 VKOHLInot out ......................................... 68 ARAYUDU c andbVitori ......................... 33 SRAINAnot out ......................................... 28 Extras (2lb, 7w)............................................ 9 THREEwickets for .................................. 187 Fall: 27, 67, 131. Bowling: B Vitori 8-0-53-1 (1w), M Chinouya 7-0-36-1 (2w), T Chatara 7.3-1-34-1 (2w), P Utseya 10-0-41-0, E Chigumbura 3-0-21-0 (2w). Overs: 35.3 India won by 7 wickets and leads the series 3-0. Golf CanadianOpen Final round, par-72 (top 30) 272: Brandt Snedeker (USA) 70 69 63 70 275: William McGirt (USA) 71 69 67 68, Dustin Johnson (USA) 75 67 63 70, Matt Kuchar (USA) 66 74 64 71, Jason Bohn (USA) 70 68 66 71 276: Roberto Castro (USA) 69 70 67 70, John Merrick (USA) 71 62 72 71, Mark Wilson (USA) 70 69 67 70 277: Aaron Baddeley (AUS) 68 68 73 68, Jim Furyk (USA) 72 67 68 70, Patrick Reed (USA) 68 68 70 71 278: Rory Sabbatini (RSA) 69 71 71 67, Greg Owen (ENG) 70 68 67 73, Kyle Stan ley (USA) 68 71 66 73, David Lingmerth (SWE) 67 71 65 75 279:Marcel Siem (GER) 71 70 69 69, Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 69 69 71 70, Chad Campbell (USA) 71 72 66 70, Fabian Gomez (ARG) 72 68 67 72, Charley Hoffman (USA) 69 69 67 74 280: Luke List (USA) 72 69 70 69, Andres Ro mero (ARG) 69 70 71 70, Ernie Els (RSA) 71 72 67 70, James Driscoll (USA) 69 69 71 71, Chris Kirk (USA) 68 69 71 72, Bubba Wat son (USA) 68 67 72 73, Trevor Immelman (RSA) 68 73 66 73 281: Nicholas Thompson (USA) 73 70 68 70, Matt Every (USA) 71 71 67 72, Charl Schwartzel (RSA) 73 70 66 72 ISPSHanda Ladies European Masters Final round, par-72 (top 30) 200: Karrie Webb (AUS) 68 67 65 201: Ashleigh Simon (RSA) 63 69 69 202: Caroline Masson (GER) 63 69 70 203: SandraGal (GER) 68 68 67, Christina Kim (USA) 68 67 68 205: Line Vedel (DEN) 68 71 66, Klara Spilkova (CZE) 66 66 73 206: Nontaya Srisawang (THA) 71 66 69 208: Rebecca Artis (AUS) 66 72 70, Charley Hull (ENG) 68 66 74 209: Camilla Lennarth (SWE) 70 67 72 210: Nikki Campbell (AUS) 75 67 68, Pernilla Lindberg (SWE) 70 69 71, Trish Johnson (ENG) 70 68 72, Pamela Pretswell (SCO) 68 69 73 211: Julie Greciet (FRA) 72 70 69, Diana Luna (ITA) 67 73 71, Cheyenne Woods (USA) 67 71 73, Lee-Anne Pace (RSA) 76 68 67, Becky Morgan (WAL) 70 66 75 212:Cassandra Kirkland (FRA) 68 73 71, Nikki Garrett (AUS) 71 69 72, Amelia Lewis (USA) 70 68 74, Kylie Walker (SCO) 67 68 77,MarionRicordeau (FRA) 67 67 78, Bree Arthur (AUS) 67 66 79 213: Laura Davies (ENG) 72 69 72, Henrietta Zuel (ENG) 69 72 72, LindaWessberg (SWE) 70 70 73, Carin Koch (SWE) 71 71 71 M2MRussianOpen Final round, par-72 (top 30) 272: Michael Hoey (NIR) 70 67 65 70 276: Alexandre Kaleka (FRA) 70 67 71 68, Matthew Nixon (ENG) 69 70 68 69 277: Joachim Hansen (DEN) 72 70 67 68 278: Liang Wenchong (CHN) 67 70 75 66, Gregory Havret (FRA) 72 70 70 66, Mark Foster (ENG) 69 69 72 68, James Morrison (ENG) 68 71 70 69 280: Simon Dyson (ENG) 67 74 71 68 282: Alexander Levy (FRA) 72 72 71 67, Matthew Baldwin (ENG) 68 69 73 72, Mikko Korhonen (FIN) 69 70 70 73 283: Andreas Harto (DEN) 70 71 76 66, Magnus Carlsson (SWE) 71 72 69 71, Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (FRA) 70 71 70 72, Rikard Karlberg (SWE) 67 68 72 76 284: Sam Little (ENG) 69 72 74 69, Richard Finch (ENG) 73 74 69 68, Joakim Lagergren (SWE) 74 74 68 68, Richard McEvoy (ENG) 74 71 69 70, David Horsey (ENG) 70 72 71 71, Matteo Del podio (ITA) 69 74 69 72, Chris Paisley (ENG) 72 71 68 73 285: Michael Campbell (NZL) 70 73 72 70, Joel Sjoholm (SWE) 78 69 70 68, Maarten Lafeber (NED) 69 73 71 72, Terry Pilkadaris (AUS) 71 71 70 73,Oscar Floren (SWE) 76 69 66 74, Jorge Cam pillo (ESP) 72 71 67 75 286: Scott Hend (AUS) 70 69 74 73 Tennis StanfordClassic Final, Women (prefix denotes seeding): 3-Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) d 1-Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) 3-6 6-4 6-4. AtlantaChampionships Final, Men (prefix denotes seeding): 1-John Isner (USA) d 2-Kevin Anderson (RSA) 6-7 (3-7) 7-6 (7-2) 7-6 (7-2). CroatiaOpen Final, Men (prefix denotes seeding): 5-Tommy Robredo (ESP) d 3-Fabio Fognini (ITA) 6-0 6-3. BakuCup Final, Women (prefix denotes seeding): 7-Elina Svitolina (UKR) d Shahar Peer (ISR) 6-4 6-4. SwissOpen Final, Men (prefix denotes seeding): 6-Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) d Robin Haase (NED) 6-3 6-4. HorseRacing Yesterdays TattBet Dividends SWANHILL (VR) Race 1: 13 This Is The Show $30.20 $5.10 6 The Bronx $1.50 10 Register $1.20. Q: $40.20. E: $146.20. T: $320.70. A2: 6-13 $16.10, 10-13 $8.40, 6-10 $1.80. Scr: 8,14,15,16. Race 2: 13 Millies Mann $34.50 $7.00 4 Steel Force $2.90 1 ExpressOpinion $2.50. Q: $260.70. E: $643.80. T: $6130.90. A2: 4-13 $47.50, 1-13 $51.50, 1-4 $27.00. Scr: 8,9,14,15. Race 3: 7 Tried And Tired $3.10 $1.70 4 Red Tycoon $2.10 6 The Unexpected $2.70. Q: $16.20. E: $26.10. T: $130.00. A2: 4-7 $7.50, 6-7 $6.40, 4-6 $8.10. Scr: 10,11,16,17. Race 4: 3 El Galgo $4.40 $1.50 12 Artie Edna $6.70 7 One Eyed Jack $1.70. Q: $83.50. E: $127.80. T: $1301.20. A2: 3-12 $23.60, 3-7 $5.80, 7-12 $49.20. Scr: 9. Race 5: 13 Worth Every Penny $20.40 $4.10 5 Lachies A Star $1.80 10 Lilmissin dependent $4.10. Q: $45.60. E: $197.40. T: $1258.40. A2: 5-13 $20.50, 10-13 $45.00, 5-10 $22.20. Scr: 11. Race 6: 3 Dangarway $9.10 $3.10 10 Take The Faith $2.00 1 Leaping Leroy $5.30. Q: $47.90. E: $102.70. T: $1239.90. A2: 3-10 $15.30, 1-3 $16.00, 1-10 $11.10. Scr: 14. Race 7: 2 Lord Finesse $5.70 $1.90 7 Sultana $2.90 10 Glory Man $4.50. Q: $21.10. E: $44.30. T: $607.40. A2: 2-7 $3.90, 2-10 $23.10, 7-10 $25.70. FIRST 4: (2 7 10 5): $3,857.20. Scr: 6,15. Race 8: 2 SevernRoad $3.00 $1.60 12Quizman $4.10 3 Bonny Jeunesse $1.80. Q: $21.30. E: $33.90. T: $249.00. A2: 2-12 $11.10, 2-3 $3.10, 3-12 $27.10. FIRST 4: (2 12 3 10): $6,856.40. Scr: 6,7,16. Race 9: 8 Pink Zink $4.20 $2.10 12 De Lady Royale $5.60 5 Master Houdini $4.60. Q: $109.00. E: $134.40. T: $1343.60. A2: 8-12 $45.70, 5-8 $40.30, 5-12 $39.70. FIRST 4: (8 12 5 7): $3,997.60. Scr: 1,10,14,16. Race 10: 1 Offshore Echo $10.70 $2.80 11 No Prior Knowledge $2.50 10 Island Bar $3.00. Q: $31.20. E: $72.70. T: $600.50. A2: 1-11 $6.10, 1-10 $12.70, 10-11 $20.00. FIRST 4: (1 11 10 13): $9,336.00. Scr: 2,7,9. Extra Double: 13 Worth Every Penny 3 Dangarway $239.50.Double: 8 Pink Zink 1 Offshore Echo $68.10. Treble: 2 Severn Road 8 Pink Zink 1 Offshore Echo $307.40. Quaddie: 2 Lord Finesse 2 Severn Road 8 Pink Zink 1Offshore Echo $1,112.70. WARREN (NR) Race 1: 14 What A Racquet $4.40 $1.80 5 Eenie Gran $1.50 15 Stormy Angel $6.90. Q: $7.70. E: $16.30. T: $346.20. A2: 5-14 $6.60, 14-15 $47.90, 5-15 $17.30. Scr: 4,13,17,18. Race 2: 4 Elriz $3.60 $1.60 6 Rocky Realm $1.70 12 Danes Rocket $2.70. Q: $5.60. E: $14.10. T: $51.40. A2: 4-6 $2.90, 4-12 $7.50, 6-12 $6.20. Scr: 15. Race 3: 1 Cardiff Prince $11.80 $3.00 4 Pugnare $1.50 8 Another Miss Pick $7.30. Q: $10.70. E: $48.40. T: $552.80. A2: 1-4 $4.60, 1-8 $12.10, 4-8 $22.30. Scr: 15. Race 4: 10 Deceitful Don $6.60 $2.60 4 Thats Mac $3.30 8 Rapid Canny $5.70. Q: $42.20. E: $68.80. T: $908.90. A2: 4-10 $23.20, 8-10 $41.40, 4-8 $27.50. Scr: 17,18,19,20. Race 5: 2 Howdiddydoit $4.50 $1.60 5 Temperate Prince $2.20 6 Gokstad $3.40. Q: $29.60. E: $44.80. T: $414.00. A2: 2-5 $10.10, 2-6 $13.60, 5-6 $14.60. FIRST 4: (2 5 6 3): $1,076.60. Scr: 10L. Race 6: 4 Old Jimmy $3.30 $1.50 5 Bresway $1.90 2 Timetable $2.70. Q: $8.60. E: $14.00. T: $68.00. A2: 4-5 $3.20, 2-4 $2.30, 2-5 $6.70. FIRST 4: (4 5 2 1): $212.00. All Started. Race 7: 13 RichMahogany $20.20 $3.10 10 Timeless Prince $1.40 9 Blueys Bolt $6.50. Q: $29.30. E: $131.20. T: $2783.50. A2: 10-13 $10.20, 9-13 $27.30, 9-10 $10.80. FIRST 4: (13 10 9 2): $9,053.40. Scr: 4,16,19,20. Race 8: 9 Layne $9.80 $3.30 16 El Win $13.60 11 Not Wanted $2.10. Q: $294.20. E: $689.10. T: $1792.40. A2: 9-16 $79.10, 9-11 $12.00, 11-16 $91.10. FIRST 4: (9 16 11 12): $5,566.60. Scr: 2,18,19. Extra Double: 1 Cardiff Prince 10 Deceitful Don $80.60. Double: 13 Rich Mahogany 9 Layne $412.00. Treble: 4 Old Jimmy 13 Rich Mahogany 9 Layne $1265.30. Quaddie: 2 Howdiddydoit 4 Old Jimmy 13 RichMahogany 9 Layne $5,513.10. QUEANBEYAN (CR) Meetingabandoned.


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