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The Northern Territory news Sat 2 Feb 2013

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The Northern Territory news Sat 2 Feb 2013

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2013-02-02

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42 NT NEWS. Saturday, February 2, 2013. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 -F E B -2 0 1 3 P A G E : 4 2 C O L O R : C M Y K SPORT l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ntnews.com.au Victory teens derby debut By DAVID DAVUTOVIC ANGE Postecoglou doesnt do cloak and dagger when it comes to selections and yesterday he confirmed that Scott Galloway will be given the task of minding Hearts David Williams in tonights Melbourne derby. While some clubs are discreet regarding the selection of young players Heart sprung a surprise selecting Craig Goodwin in last years corresponding derby Postecoglou invites the attention on his titlechasing side. With Nick Ansell who turns 19 today filling the left stoppers position, 17-year-old Galloway will play at right back. With the crowd set to top the derby record of 42,032 (Round 1 this season), Postecoglou has no doubts about his teens ability to handle the pressure. I dont think age has got anything to do with it, Ive seen 30-year-olds crumble on the big stage, he said. He plays for Melbourne Victory, so we cant find a game that were going to play in front of 3000 people. If he wants to be a Victory player, that means playing in front of big crowds . . . Im really confident he will do well. I love big crowds and its great for the code and our football club. Hopefully we do get a record crowd. Postecoglou said Victory have improved significantly since the pre-Christmas derby, when striker Archie Thompson snatched an injury-time winner. Basketball NBA Home team in CAPS: OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 106 Memphis Grizzlies 89; GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 100 Dallas Mavericks 97. Golf PhoenixOpen Rd 1 completed scores (play was abandoned with 33 players still to complete their roundpar-71): 60:PhilMickelson (USA) 64: Ryan Palmer (USA), Brandt Snedeker (USA), Padraig Harrington (IRL), Ted Pot ter Jr. (USA), JeffMaggert (USA) 65: Matt Every (USA), Nicolas Colsaerts (BEL), Bill Haas (USA), Y.E. Yang (KOR), Brian Gay (USA), Justin Leonard (USA), Hank Kuehne (USA), Martin Flores (USA), NickWatney (USA) 66: Kevin Chappell (USA), Ken Duke (USA), Brendon De Jonge (ZIM), Jeff Overton (USA), Robert Garrigus (USA), Angel Cabrera (ARG), RyanMoore (USA) 67: Harris English (USA), Gary Woodland (USA), Chris Kirk (USA), Hunter Mahan (USA), Ben Crane (USA), Bryce Molder (USA), Troy Matteson (USA), David Hearn (CAN), Jeff Klauk (USA), William McGirt (USA), Charles Howell III (USA), D.A. Points (USA), BubbaWatson (USA) 68: Bo Van Pelt (USA), Kevin Stadler (USA), Charlie Wi (KOR), Greg Chalmers (AUS), Jimmy Walker (USA), Jason Dufner (USA), Rickie Fowler (USA), Will Claxton (USA), Lucas Glover (USA), Rory Sabbatini (RSA), Richard Lee (USA) 69: Jason Bohn (USA), Boo Weekley (USA), Michael Thompson (USA), Tim Clark (RSA), Mike Weir (CAN), Fredrik Jacobson (SWE), Shawn Stefani (USA), Aaron Baddeley (AUS), Russell Henley (USA), KevinNa (USA), David Toms (USA) 70: Brian Harman (USA), Tommy Gainey (USA), J.J. Henry (USA), Wes Short Jr. (USA), Scott Piercy (USA), Marc Leishman (AUS), Greg Owen (ENG), Daniel Summerhays (USA), Jesper Parnevik (SWE), Kevin Streelman (USA), JasonDay (AUS) 71: J.B. Holmes (USA), Stewart Cink (USA), K.J. Choi (KOR), Mark Wilson (USA), Charley Hoffman (USA), Colt Knost (USA), Lee Dong-Hwan (KOR), Josh Teater (USA), BudCauley (USA) 72: Troy Kelly (USA), Davis Love III (USA), John Huh (USA), Stephen Ames (CAN), Joey Snyder III (USA), James Driscoll (USA), Luke Guthrie (USA), Brad Fritsch (CAN), John Hurley (USA), Pat Perez (USA), Jason Kokrak (USA), Ryo Ishikawa (JPN), Johnson Wagner (USA), Carl Pet tersson (SWE) 73: Edward Loar (USA), Kevin Sutherland (USA), David Lynn (ENG), Sean OHair (USA) 74: Geoff Ogilvy (AUS), Ross Fisher (ENG), Ricky Barnes (USA), Kris Blanks (USA) IceHockey NHL Home team in CAPS: FLORIDA PANTHERS 6 Winnipeg Jets 3; Nashville Predators 2 LOS ANGELES KINGS 1 SO; SAN JOSE SHARKS 3 Edmonton Oilers 2 SO; Colorado Avalanche 6 CALGARY FLAMES 3; Buffalo Sabres 7 BOSTON BRUINS 4; TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS 3 Washington Capitals 2; New York Islanders 5 NEW JERSEY DEVILS 4 OT; Pittsburgh Pen guins 3 NEW YORK RANGERS 0; St. Louis Blues 4COLUMBUSBLUE JACKETS 1. Soccer England Championship: Leicester City 2 (Knockaert 24, Nugent 73)Wolves 1 (Sako 51). Spain Spanish Cup Semi-Final, first leg: Atletico Madrid 2 (Diego Costa 49pen, 72pen) Sevilla 1 (Negredo 56). Squash SwedishOpen Rd 1 (prefix denotes seeding): 1-Nick Matthew (ENG) bt Chris Simpson (ENG) 11-6 11-5 11-3, Cameron Pilley (AUS) bt Henrik Mustonen (FIN) 11-7 10-12 8-11 11-7 11-2, Karim Abdel Gawad (EGY) bt Laurens Jan Anjema (NED) 6-11 11-7 11-9 10-12 11-5, TarekMomen (EGY) bt 4-Daryl Selby (ENG) 3-11 12-10 9-11 11-8 11-8, 3-Peter Barker (ENG) bt Adrian Waller (ENG) 11-5 11-8 11-9, Simon Rosner (GER) bt RasmusHult (SWE) 11-7 11-3 11-3, Tom Richards (ENG) bt Jonathan Kemp (ENG) 11-7 11-7 13-15 11-7, 2-Gregory Gaultier (FRA) bt Nicolas Mueller (SUI) 11-9 11-4 11-6. Tennis PattayaOpen Rd 2 (prefix denotes seeding): Nina Bratchikova (RUS) bt 6-Daniela Hantu chova (SVK) 6-2 3-0 ret; 7-Elena Vesnina (RUS) bt Mathilde Johansson (FRA) 6-2 3-6 6-1; Ayumi Morita (JPN) bt Kimiko Date-Krumm(JPN) 4-6 6-4 6-1; 2-Maria Ki rilenko (RUS) bt Luksika Kumkhum (THA) 5-7 6-2 6-2; 4-Sorana Cirstea (ROU) bt Anastasia Rodionova (AUS) 6-0 7-6(3); 5-Sabine Lisicki (GER) bt Alexandra Panova (RUS) 7-5 6-2; Anastasija Sevas tova (LAT) bt 8-Heather Watson (GBR) 7-6(4) 4-6 6-2; Marina Erakovic (NZL) bt Varatchaya Wongteanchai (THA) 6-3 7-6(4). ParisOpen Rd 2 (prefix denotes seeding): Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) bt Yanina Wickmayer (BEL) 6-4 6-4; 1-Sara Errani (ITA) bt Magdalena Rybarikova (SVK) 4-0 ret; 6-Lucie Safarova (CZE) bt Alize Cornet (FRA) 6-2 4-6 6-2; Carla Suarez (ESP) bt 8-Klara Zakopalova (CZE) 6-4 6-3; Kiki Bertens (NED) bt 4-Dominika Cibulkova (SVK) 7-5 6-4. HorseRacing TattsBet Dividends WANGARATTA (VR) Race 1: 14Miss Demeanour $4.50 $1.70 11 Primaluna $3.50 12 Touched By Magic $1.30. Q: $33.70. E: $56.60. T: $157.50. A2: 11-14 $14.60, 12-14 $3.80, 11-12 $5.20. Scr: 1,2. Race 2: 3 Peg Leg $3.00 $1.50 1 ImaGonski $2.50 2 Mr Bourke NTD. Q: $8.60. E: $18.70. T: $177.10. Scr: 4,8,9. Race 3: 11 Yahilu $15.60 $3.30 3 Golden Olive $4.00 8 Proserpina $1.60. Q: $215.50. E: $282.30. T: $1,347.60. A2: 3-11 $54.20, 8-11 $10.80, 3-8 $9.80. Scr: 5L,6,9L. Race 4: 5 Manihi Rocks $13.50 $3.20 8 Ice Baby $2.30 3 Brave Spur $2.40. Q: $58.00. E: $106.10. T: $804.00. A2: 5-8 $14.90, 3-5 $10.50, 3-8 $6.10. All Started. Race 5: 5 Black Jack Boy $4.40 $1.80 7 Override $1.30 1 Undercurrent $2.80. Q: $6.30. E: $12.10. T: $91.60. A2: 5-7 $2.10, 1-5 $7.20, 1-7 $7.00. FIRST 4: (5 7 1 2): $349.20. All Started. Race 6: 5 Royal Express $12.20 $3.90 10 Looksmart $2.50 7 Streiff $7.80. Q: $41.50. E: $95.60. T: $1,285.10. A2: 5-10 $12.40, 5-7 $36.30, 7-10 $28.80. FIRST 4: (5 10 7 2): $4,999.60. All Started. Race 7: 3 Nou Camp $5.10 $1.90 2 Harpsund $2.80 1 Grassini $3.10. Q: $28.20. E: $63.30. T: $323.90. A2: 2-3 $16.60, 1-3 $5.00, 1-2 $29.40. FIRST 4: (3 2 1 9): $4,184.60. Scr: 6,11,12,15. Race 8: 1 Autumn Dawn $21.00 $6.90 10 Babe ToWin $4.60 11 French Friday $2.60. Q: $132.80. E: $210.90. T: $3,292.20. A2: 1-10 $31.90, 1-11 $22.10, 10-11 $19.50. FIRST 4: (1 10 11 5): Not won pool jack pots. Scr: 2,13,16. Extra Double: 11 Yahilu 5 Manihi Rocks $122.40. Double: 3 Nou Camp 1 Autumn Dawn $101.00. Treble: 5 Royal Express 3 Nou Camp 1 Autumn Dawn $1563.70. Quaddie: 5 Black Jack Boy 5 Royal Express 3 Nou Camp 1 Autumn Dawn $4,695.40. TAMWORTH (NR) Race 1: 1 Hezasmartypants $1.80 $1.10 2 Dimensional $2.20 10 All That Excites $2.40. Q: $6.80. E: $8.20. T: $51.20. A2: 1-2 $2.90, 1-10 $5.60, 2-10 $10.20. Scr: 4,5L. Race 2: 1 Binesi $2.40 $1.30 5 Beaumystic $1.70 3 Dayzari $1.60. Q: $5.50. E: $10.10. T: $28.90. A2: 1-5 $3.20, 1-3 $3.30, 3-5 $3.90. Scr: 2,13,17,18. Race 3: 3 Crown Of Snippets $5.60 $1.80 16 Alpresto $2.80 9 Summa Cum Sadie $4.60. Q: $24.60. E: $57.70. T: $595.40. A2: 3-16 $11.10, 3-9 $12.50, 9-16 $31.60. Scr: 5,10,13,14L,17,18L. Race 4: 2 Eumeralla Quest $16.90 $4.10 12 Foxworthy $4.90 5 Roussos Power $2.20. Q: $206.50. E: $540.80. T: $2129.20. A2: 2-12 $49.80, 2-5 $12.10, 5-12 $33.40. Scr: 1,8,10,13L,17. Race 5: 4 Nikody $6.90 $2.30 7 Shocking Behaviour $1.70 8 University $8.20. Q: $12.40. E: $40.10. T: $541.10. A2: 4-7 $7.70, 4-8 $30.80, 7-8 $15.60. FIRST 4: (4 7 8 6): $2,737.80. All Started. Race 6: 3 Maximian $2.70 $1.50 2 Ice Baa $1.40 12MyAmalfi $7.80. Q: $6.10. E: $9.90. T: $185.30. A2: 2-3 $3.10, 3-12 $14.30, 2-12 $40.00. FIRST 4: (3 2 12 10): $4,101.60. All Started. Race 7: 3 Miss Alignment $4.30 $1.60 7 Zero Cash $1.60 6 Cheyenne Topgirl $2.80. Q: $8.50. E: $15.10. T: $102.90. A2: 3-7 $3.50, 3-6 $7.00, 6-7 $5.90. FIRST 4: (3 7 6 2): $235.40. Scr: 1. Race 8:Abandoned. Extra Double: 3 Crown Of Snippets 2 Eumeralla Quest $127.80. Double: 3 Miss Alignment--Field $4.40. Treble: 3 Maximian 3 Miss Alignment--Field $12.90. Quaddie: 4 Nikody 3 Maximian 3 Miss Alignment--Field $121.90. IPSWICH (BR) Race 1: 4 Nakamura Makoyana $6.60 $1.50 7 Miamley $1.00 8 Million Kisses $2.30. Q: $3.50. E: $19.10. T: $93.00. A2: 4-7 $3.10, 4-8 $7.10, 7-8 $2.40. FIRST 4: (4 7 8 2): $408.60. Scr: 3. Race 2: 3 Bastille Knight $2.70 $1.10 4 Farmerwantsawife $1.80 2 Vice Or Virtue $2.50. Q: $9.20. E: $19.20. T: $77.90. A2: 3-4 $2.00, 2-3 $7.10, 2-4 $4.70. FIRST 4: (3 4 2 6): $293.20. Scr: 1L. Race 3: 4 Going Going Gone $9.90 $2.40 2 Voodoo Blue Magic $1.20 8 Sahara Ruler $2.10. Q: $15.20. E: $41.00. T: $210.00. A2: 2-4 $8.80, 4-8 $9.70, 2-8 $14.10. FIRST 4: (4 2 8 6): $1,626.40. All Started. Race 4: 8 Keep Your Hat On $5.10 $2.50 6 Give It Berries $1.30 3 Valerie Damour NTD. Q: $8.80. E: $20.90. T: $112.70. FIRST 4: (8 6 3 2): $353.40. Scr: 1,4,7. Race 5: 4 Doughty $2.80 $1.50 1 Easi Walker $3.50 8 Eterno $3.40. Q: $27.80. E: $46.60. T: $330.40. A2: 1-4 $7.80, 4-8 $7.70, 1-8 $15.30. FIRST 4: (4 1 8 9): $1,495.20. Scr: 3. Race 6: 6 Cover Up $2.70 $1.90 5 Sparkling Sound $3.10 3 Hay Jemmily NTD. Q: $10.20. E: $19.80. T: $59.50. FIRST 4: (6 5 3 1): $141.80. Scr: 2,7,9. Race 7: 4 Katika $20.20 $3.80 6 Tycoons Best $2.30 1 Will Be Amazed $1.00. Q: $62.10. E: $191.60. T: $492.10. A2: 4-6 $13.50, 1-4 $3.40, 1-6 $3.80. FIRST 4: (4 6 1 2): $2,329.20. All Started. Race 8: 5 Wishmore $4.80 $2.20 9 Madhurima $3.30 2 Sir Stanley NTD. Q: $17.10. E: $52.60. T: $117.00. FIRST 4: (5 9 2 3): $472.60. Scr: 4,7,8. Race 9: 5 Faith No More $3.10 $1.60 10 Tanzina $2.30 6 Mishani Ace NTD. Q: $5.90. E: $11.80. T: $36.80. FIRST 4: (5 10 6 1): $73.60. Scr: 3,4,8,9,11. Extra Double: 8 Keep Your Hat On 4 Doughty $36.70. Double: 5 Wishmore 5 Faith No More $13.80. Treble: 4 Katika 5 Wishmore 5 Faith No More $401.80. Quaddie: 6 Cover Up 4 Katika 5 Wishmore 5 FaithNoMore $633.90. ALBURY (CR) Race 1: 3 Tobegood $3.80 $2.20 5 Loose Marbles $2.30 2 Storm Tracker $5.90. Q: $38.00. E: $52.90. T: $509.90. A2: 3-5 $6.50, 2-3 $14.30, 2-5 $19.40. Scr: 4L,7,11. Race 2: 1 De Belin $4.40 $1.80 11 Fugitive Miss $5.00 10 Fell Top Assessor $2.30. Q: $54.80. E: $115.30. T: $651.30. A2: 1-11 $18.60, 1-10 $7.20, 10-11 $55.80. Scr: 15. Race 3: 2 Damysus $2.60 $1.00 10 One Smart Lady $3.90 3 Cobbers Lass $2.00. Q: $27.20. E: $17.20. T: $101.60. A2: 2-10 $13.80, 2-3 $3.10, 3-10 $16.10. Scr: 8. Race 4: 3 Haiti $4.60 $1.70 5 Surzeal $1.30 1 Universal Pack $2.80. Q: $5.60. E: $15.60. T: $89.80. A2: 3-5 $3.10, 1-3 $6.40, 1-5 $4.30. All Started. Race 5: 10 Surfcoast Racer $43.70 $10.60 6 Little Jo $3.70 2 Manettino $4.80. Q: $167.40. E: $361.20. T: $6944.90. A2: 6-10 $52.20, 2-10 $55.70, 2-6 $21.80. FIRST 4: (10 6 2 3): $3,232.00. All Started. Race 6: 7 Craft Show $34.40 $8.70 6 Casual Zariz $2.00 11 Tediz $3.30. Q: $113.20. E: $175.90. T: $2338.70. A2: 6-7 $27.80, 7-11 $36.50, 6-11 $12.50. FIRST 4: (7 6 11 8): $2,590.00. Scr: 3,10,14. Race 7: 5 Club Zero $8.50 $2.30 3 Lateandknewit $2.50 6 Tigerish $2.00. Q: $40.90. E: $91.60. T: $233.90. A2: 3-5 $6.90, 5-6 $4.70, 3-6 $7.20. FIRST 4: (5 3 6 4): $900.40. Scr: 11. Race 8: 5 Magic Shag $3.60 $1.60 4 Limbo Dancer $2.10 6 Spaghetti Western $1.70. Q: $9.90. E: $22.60. T: $65.60. A2: 4-5 $5.20, 5-6 $5.10, 4-6 $4.00. FIRST 4: (5 4 6 1): $165.80. Scr: 3,8,10. Extra Double: 2 Damysus 3 Haiti $17.40. Double: 5 Club Zero 5 Magic Shag $31.80. Treble: 3 Tobegood 1 De Belin 7 Craft Show 5 Club Zero 5 Magic Shag $1184.00. Quaddie: 10 Surfcoast Racer 7 Craft Show 5 Club Zero 5 Magic Shag $12,817.20. Beckham signs with PSG in French charity deal DAVID Beckham has pledged to donate his salary to a childrens charity after signing a five-month contract with Paris-Saint Germain, the latest stop on his globetrotting career. The former England captain joined French club PSG after turning down several other offers. Beckham recently finished a six-year stint in the US with the Los Angeles Galaxy, and a move to Australia was reportedly on the cards. But those links to A-League clubs Perth Glory, Melbourne Heart and the Central Coast Mariners were proven to be tenuous at best. No financial details were revealed about how much Beckhams salary would be at PSG, or the name of the charity. This all happened so quick, Beckham said. I thought what a great idea it would be, that the salary would go to a childrens charity in Paris. The 37-year-old Beckhams glamorous career has featured titles with United, Real Madrid and the Galaxy. Whether he can still be a force in European football is still uncertain. I am very lucky. I am 37 years old and I have got a lot of offers, Beckham said. I am very honoured about that. I chose Paris because I can see what the club is trying to do, the players the club are trying to bring in. Its an exciting city, always has been, always will be. I have been training at Arsenal. My fitness wont take long to get up to speed. I definitely wont be fit for next Friday. A few weeks and Ill be up to speed. Another thrilling draw Roars Thomas Broich and Mariner Trent Sainsbury go up for the header Picture: GETTY IMAGES SOCCER SCORE BRISBANEROAR2 (Besart Berisha 47m, 69m) drewwith CENTRAL COASTMARINERS 2 (Michael McGlinchey 8m, Daniel McBreen 80m) at Suncorp Stadium. Crowd: 10,604. Referee: Lucien Laverdue. BRISBANE Roar put some overdue spark into their A-League title defence before Central Coast marksman Daniel McBreen salvaged another dramatic 2-2 draw at Suncorp Stadium last night. The spirited Roar came from a goal down to lead 2-1 and were poised to inflict just the Mariners third defeat when McBreen equalised in the 80th minute with his 14th goal of the season. The scoreline was a repeat of the clubs memorable 2010-11 grand final when Brisbane came from 2-0 down with two goals in the final three minutes of extra-time before winning on penalties. The home side again looked like celebrating thanks to a stirring secondhalf performance against the pace-setting competition favourites. Golden boot Besart Berisha rediscovered his mojo with a double and Dutch recruit Stef Nijland made an impact in a 30minute cameo just 38 hours after flying into Brisbane. Berisha, who has struggled for form in 2012-13, produced two quality goals. He headed home a smart cross from captain Thomas Broich in the 47th minute and then put the Roar in the lead by finishing the best goal of the encounter, sparked by pin-point passes from Nijland and Shane Stefanutto.


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