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The Northern Territory news Fri 16 Nov 2012

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The Northern Territory news Fri 16 Nov 2012

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2012-11-16

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48 NT NEWS. Friday, November 16, 2012. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 6 -N O V -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 4 8 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 Marshall plan scuttled WESTS Tigers chief executive Stephen Humphreys says there is no chance star five-eighth Benji Marshall will be released from his NRL contract so he can play rugby union in Japan. Marshalls manager, Martin Tauber, floated the idea of allowingMarshall to secure lucrative off-shore opportunities during the 2013-14 off-season following the announcement Sonny Bill Williams had signedwith the Sydney Roosters. Gower stayswith London LONDONS veteran Australian halfback, Craig Gower, has agreed to a new contract that will keep himwith the club until the end of 2014. Thewell-travelled 34-year-old arrived in the capital at the start of the 2012 season after a four-year spell in rugby union. Prior to that hemade his name as a Kangaroos international in the 13-man code. Hemade 28 appearances for the Broncos last season, excelling after the club changed coachmid-season. Chiefs salary cap rortwarning ACTING NRL chief executive ShaneMattiske has warned that players looking to exploit the games salary cap laws by securing rich Japanese rugby contracts could still find themselves subject to restrictions. Despite his strongwarning, Mattiske would not be drawn onwhether Sydney Roosters signing Sonny Bill Williamswill have his Japanese earnings included in the Roosters salary cap calculations. Basketball NBA Home team in CAPS: PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 76 Detroit Pistons 94; MILWAU KEE BUCKS 99 Indiana Pacers 85; HOU STON ROCKETS 100 New Orleans Hor nets 96; OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 97 Memphis Grizzlies 107; MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES 87 Charlotte Bobcats 89; PHOENIX SUNS 106 Chicago Bulls 112 OT; BOSTON CELTICS 98 Utah Jazz 93; DALLAS MAVERICKS 107 Washington Wizards 101; L.A. CLIPPERS 107 Miami Heat 100; GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 92 AtlantaHawks 88. Cricket Sheffield Shield NSWvVictoria at SCG NSW1st Innings 293 Victoria 1st Innings CROGERS cDawsonbStarc................ 125 RCARTERS cHaddinbHenriques............ 33 AFINCH cHaddinbHenriques.................... 8 DHUSSEYbStarc........................................... 9 GMAXWELL c Starc bOKeefe .................. 39 PHANDSCOMB lbwHazlewood.................. 0 CWHITE cHaddinb Starc .......................... 72 AKEATH c Starc bHazlewood .................... 0 J HASTINGS lbwbOKeefe ......................... 18 J HERRICKnot out ........................................ 21 L CAMERONbStarc....................................... 0 Sundries (3b, 1lb, 1w) ................................... 5 TOTAL........................................................... 330 Fall: 69 (Carters), 81 (Finch), 94 (Hussey), 175 (Maxwell), 175 (Handscomb), 255 (Ro gers), 260 (Keath), 289 (Hastings), 326 (White), 330 (Cameron). Bowling: D Bollinger 20-7-70-0, M Starc 22.3-4-72-4, J Hazlewood 24-1-83-2, S OKeefe 24-4-55-2, M Henriques 19-6-36-2 (1w), S Smith 2-0-10-0. Overs: 111.3 NSW2nd Innings DDAWSON cCarters bHussey................. 40 SHENRYnot out ........................................... 78 NMADDINSON c Rogers bHussey ............. 6 S SMITH lbwbHerrick .................................. 1 PNEVILLnot out........................................... 54 Sundries (5b) .................................................. 5 THREEwickets for ..................................... 184 Fall: 78 (Dawson), 88 (Maddinson), 89 (Smith). Bowling: L Cameron 3-0-19-0, J Herrick 13-4-57-1, J Hastings 11-4-24-0, G Maxwell 19-5-48-0, D Hussey 7-1-16-2, C White 6-3-15-0. Overs: 59 Stumps, Day 3. Western Australia v South Australia at WACA WesternAustralia 1st Innings 9(dec)-400 SouthAustralia 1st Innings 237 WesternAustralia 2nd Innings 191 SouthAustralia 2nd Innings SRAPHAEL lbwMarsh................................ 12 PHUGHESbCoulter-Nile............................ 26 JMENNIE cMarshbHogan.......................... 6 MKLINGER c Triffitt b Coulter-Nile .......... 56 C FERGUSON run out ................................... 14 THEADnot out ............................................. 95 DCHRISTIAN cVogesbBeer ..................... 4 J BOTHA cMarshb Johnson ........................ 8 T LUDEMANbHogan..................................... 0 CSAYERS cCoulter-Nile b Johnson ........... 0 J HABERFIELD c Triffitt b Johnson .............. 1 Sundries (14b, 8lb)....................................... 22 TOTAL........................................................... 244 Fall: 29 (Raphael), 39 (Mennie), 71 (Hughes), 101 (Ferguson), 153 (Klinger), 158 (Christian), 225 (Botha), 230 (Ludeman), 231 (Sayers), 244 (Haberfield). Bowling: M Johnson 19.2-2-52-3, M Hogan 24-12-28-2, N Coulter-Nile 18-2-67-2, M Marsh 8-2-16-1, M Beer 17-3-47-1, M North 5-1-12-0. Overs: 91.2. WAwonoutright by 110 runs. First Test India v England inAhmedabad India 1st Innings GGAMBHIRbSwann............................... 45 VSEHWAGbSwann .............................. 117 CPUJARAnot out..................................... 68 S TENDULKAR cPatel b Swann ............. 13 VKOHLInot out.......................................... 0 Sundries (1b, 5lb, 1nb).............................. 7 THREEwickets for ................................. 250 Fall: 134 (Gambhir), 224 (Sehwag), 250 (Tendulkar). Bowling: J Anderson 12-1-53-0, S Broad 12-1-51-0 (1nb), T Bresnan 10-0-56-0, G Swann 18-1-60-3, S Patel 6-0-24-0. Overs: 58 Tea on the first day. First Test Bangladesh vWest Indies in Dhaka West Indies 1st Innings 4(dec)-527 Bangladesh 1st Innings T IQBAL cNarine b Sammy .................... 72 J SIDDIQUE cBravobRampaul ............... 7 SNAFEES cRamdin bRampaul............. 31 N ISLAMnot out ..................................... 102 S alHASAN c subbRampaul ................. 89 MRAHIMnot out...................................... 32 Sundries (4b, 6lb, 5nb, 1w)..................... 16 FOURwickets for ................................... 349 Fall: 25 (Siddique), 88 (Nafees), 119 (Iqbal), 286 (al Hasan). Bowling: R Rampaul 22-2-89-3 (3nb), T Best 16-3-55-0 (1w), D Sammy 15-2-65-1, S Narine 19-4-87-0 (2nb), V Permaul 15-6-29-0, CGayle 3-0-14-0. Overs: 90 Teaon the third day. Soccer International Friendlies Panama 1 (Gomez 87 pen) Spain 5 (Ped ro 16, 43, Villa 29, Ramos 81, Susaeta 84); Italy 1 (El Shaarawy 35) France 2 (Valbuena 37, Gomis 67); Ireland 0 Greece 1 (Holebas 29); Poland 1 (Obran iak 64) Uruguay 3 (Glik 21 og, Cavani 34, Suarez 66); Albania 0 Cameroon 0; Aus tria 0 Ivory Coast 3 (Konan 44, Drogba 61, Traore 75); Hungary 0 Norway 2 (Nielsen 38, Abdellaoue 79); Nether lands 0 Germany 0; Sweden 4 (Ibrahi movic 20, 77, 84, 90+1) England 2 (Welbeck 35, Caulker 38); Gabon 2 (Madinda 32 pen, Poko 70 pen) Portugal 2 (Pizzi 36 pen, Almeida 60); Luxem bourg 1 (Gerson 47) Scotland 2 (Rhodes 11, 23); Turkey 1 (Erding 69) Denmark 1 (Bendtner 65 pen); Romania 2 (Maxim 33, Torje 67 pen) Belgium1 (Benteke 23); Chile 1 (Henriquez 87) Serbia 3 (Mar kovic 21, F Djordjevic 47, Djuricic 59); Is rael 1 (Damari 19) Belarus 2 (Kislyak 45, Balanovich 46); Liechtenstein 0 Malta 1 (Caruana 38); Andorra 0 Iceland 2 (Gud mundsson 13, Sigurjonsson 59); Tunisia 1 (Dhaouadi 59) Switzerland 2 (Derdiyok 40, Shaqiri 90+6); Cyprus 0 Finland 3 (Pukki 15, Hetemaj 29 pen, Kolehmainen 86); Macedonia 3 (Tasevski 27, Jahovic 41, Ibraimi 51) Slovenia 2 (Pecnik 49, 63); Algeria 0 Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 (Svraka 90+3); Czech Republic 3 (Lafata 3, 6, Dockal 72) Slovakia 0; Bulgaria 0 Uk raine 1 (Kucher 32); United Arab Emi rates 2 (Al Kamali 31 pen, Ahmed Ali 70) Estonia 1 (Ahjupera 45); Armenia 4 (Manucharyan 8, Mkrtchyan 50, Mkhitaryan 55, Ozbiliz 68) Lithuania 2 (Rimkevicius 63, 83pen); Russia 2 (Smolov 9, Shirokov 84 pen) USA 2 (Bradley 76, Diskerud 90+3); Georgia 0 Egypt 0. HorseRacing Yesterdays TattsBet Dividends SEYMOUR (VR) Race 1: 2 Chouxshine $8.80 $2.30 9 Little RedWagon $6.40 3 Decent Deal $2.80. Q: $153.40. E: $133.70. T: $1,375.40. A2: 2-9 $26.40, 2-3 $7.80, 3-9 $32.10. All Started. Race 2: 11 Tully Costa $4.60 $1.80 4 Straitsofgibraltar $1.60 9 Sceptred Isle $1.80. Q: $7.80. E: $24.00. T: $60.20. A2: 4-11 $4.50, 9-11 $4.70, 4-9 $3.20. All Start ed. Race 3: 8Medvedev $12.90 $2.30 7Mandla $1.00 2 Lord Durante $3.00. Q: $5.90. E: $28.50. T: $282.70. A2: 7-8 $4.50, 2-8 $14.00, 2-7 $9.70. Scr: 11L. Race 4: 16 Evens $4.10 $1.70 6 Keyarna Blue $5.30 8 Lady Nhung $2.90. Q: $55.40. E: $89.70. T: $720.70. A2: 6-16 $21.00, 8-16 $9.20, 6-8 $33.60. Scr: 1,2,5,10,13. Race 5: 3 Moudita $4.10 $1.90 2 Miss Written $1.60 7 Shivoo NTD. Q: $5.30. E: $13.30. T: $25.90. FIRST 4: (3 2 7 5): $68.20. All Started. Race 6: 6 It Is Written $2.50 $1.40 5 Full Hand $3.30 3 Thebarwonprince NTD. Q: $9.10. E: $14.80. T: $71.00. FIRST 4: (6 5 3 1): $343.80. All Started. Race 7: 9 Considerable $8.70 $2.10 6 Grave $1.10 4 Dominant Manner $3.40. Q: $7.30. E: $18.30. T: $237.20. A2: 6-9 $4.00, 4-9 $13.40, 4-6 $5.10. FIRST 4: (9 6 4 8): $688.60. All Started. Race 8: 3 Fantastic Porscha $12.00 $3.40 7 Grand Sai Wan $5.90 8 Balayeur $2.80. Q: $73.80. E: $171.70. T: $1,153.00. A2: 3-7 $17.10, 3-8 $15.20, 7-8 $19.20. FIRST 4: (3 7 8 2): $6,469.00. Scr: 9. Extra Double: 8 Medvedev 16 Evens $54.60.Double: 9 Considerable 3 Fantastic Porscha $107.40. Treble: 6 It Is Written 9 Considerable 3 Fantastic Porscha $478.10. Quaddie: 3 Moudita 6 It Is Written 9 Considerable 3 Fantastic Porscha $983.30. GOSFORD (NR) Race 1: 1 Central $3.20 $1.80 6 Zalilly $1.60 2 Freshman NTD. Q: $4.50. E: $7.90. T: $12.60. Scr: 3,4,7. Race 2: 5 Gold Bender $3.90 $1.70 1 Last Day Friday $3.50 4 Battle Ready NTD. Q: $10.90. E: $21.50. T: $126.00. All Started. Race 3: 1 Oristana $2.50 $1.50 5 Snow Lion $1.30 2 Crown Of Dreams NTD. Q: $2.60. E: $4.20. T: $13.20. Scr: 3L. Race 4: 6 Kreskin $2.30 $1.30 4 Export $2.10 5 Final Crescendo $1.80. Q: $6.10. E: $13.40. T: $39.70. A2: 4-6 $3.00, 5-6 $3.40, 4-5 $6.00. Scr: 8L,10,11. Race 5: 17 Mitford Girl $64.50 $12.70 6 Catseye Surprise $1.50 7 Cloud Dancer $2.50. Q: $122.70. E: $390.20. T: $6041.40. A2: 6-17 $45.80, 7-17 $49.20, 6-7 $7.10. FIRST 4: (17 6 7 9): Not won pool jack pots. Scr: 3,10,13L,14,16,18. Race 6: 4 Cosmo King $2.80 $1.30 13 Tableaux $1.10 2 Chain Of Events $3.20. Q: $2.50. E: $4.80. T: $44.00. A2: 4-13 $1.80, 2-4 $7.90, 2-13 $6.50. FIRST 4: (4 13 2 8): $117.40. Scr: 5,7,12. Race 7: 3 Shadow Me $4.20 $1.30 2 I Like The Boy $1.40 5 Jive Talk $3.50. Q: $8.80. E: $19.00. T: $125.10. A2: 2-3 $2.90, 3-5 $12.80, 2-5 $6.30. FIRST 4: (3 2 5 1): $242.60. All Started. Race 8: 8 Lady Gazerra $3.40 $1.60 3 Master Noverre $3.90 6 Sir John $1.70. Q: $24.80. E: $50.10. T: $149.30. A2: 3-8 $8.50, 6-8 $2.20, 3-6 $8.40. FIRST 4: (8 3 6 4): $1,130.80. Scr: 9. Extra Double: 1 Oristana 6 Kreskin $5.70. Double: 3 Shadow Me 8 Lady Gazerra $10.50. Treble: 4 Cosmo King 3 Shadow Me 8 Lady Gazerra $43.30. Quaddie: 17 Mitford Girl 4 Cosmo King 3 Shadow Me 8 LadyGazerra $4,816.60. ROCKHAMPTON (QR) Race 1: 5 Lord Lugzee $8.40 $3.90 1Moon Guide $2.30 7 Duan Theo NTD. Q: $21.00. E: $22.90. T: $132.80. FIRST 4: (5 1 7 4): $408.80. All Started. Race 2: 1Miss Anitores $2.50 $1.40 5 Dizzi Height $4.10 2Mardare NTD. Q: $11.10. E: $17.50. T: $46.90. FIRST 4: (1 5 2 4): $95.40. Scr: 3,6L. Race 3: 1 Titanium Rock $3.40 $1.70 2 Blaze To Fortune $1.50 7 Toyhero NTD. Q: $7.60. E: $19.60. T: $65.20. FIRST 4: (1 2 7 3): $81.80. Scr: 4,6. Race 4: 4 Coal Command $3.70 $1.40 9 Hayylers Dragon $1.90 2 Help Me Rhonda $2.00. Q: $8.50. E: $17.10. T: $81.10. A2: 4-9 $5.00, 2-4 $5.70, 2-9 $5.70. FIRST 4: (4 9 2 10): $354.00. Scr: 8. Race 5: 8 Alphonse $27.40 $6.00 11 Wigpool $1.70 4 Dinero Rapido $2.00. Q: $59.70. E: $193.10. T: $1097.60. A2: 8-11 $13.10, 4-8 $12.90, 4-11 $7.60. FIRST 4: (8 11 4 2): $6,431.20. Scr: 6,7. Race 6: 5 Tambos Jewel $4.50 $1.50 1 Drumkit $1.40 4 Rose Of Mayhem $5.60. Q: $4.30. E: $12.40. T: $142.10. A2: 1-5 $1.90, 4-5 $13.50, 1-4 $13.80. FIRST 4: (5 1 4 8): $710.60. All Started. Extra Double: 5 Lord Lugzee 1 Miss Anitores $22.20. Double: 8 Alphonse 5 Tambos Jewel $157.20. Treble: 4 Coal Command 8 Alphonse 5 Tambos Jewel $802.60. Quaddie: 1 Titanium Rock 4 Coal Command 8 Alphonse 5 Tambos Jewel $3,066.90. Bad news for Eagles NTFL club Wanderers failed last night in its attempt to get the loss of four premiership points reversed. The Eagles lost the points after fielding an unregistered player in their 22-point win over Palmerston in Round 3. Territory Thunders Kieren Smith had not been cleared from his Alice Springs club Pioneer when he lined up against the Magpies. The points loss and a loss of percentage means Wanderers drop from fourth to seventh on the Premier League ladder. Palmerston was the big winner, moving from seventh to sixth with the extra four points and a percentage boost of 14 per cent. Wanderers president Ben Cocker said his club would take the penalty on the chin. Were disappointed with the result, he said. We thought there were enough outside influences to cast doubt on the cause of the incident. But at the end of the day it is the clubs responsibility and the absence of a club development manager. Its all forward for us from now on and that includes getting the points back against Waratahs. The loss of points for a registration infringement is the first instance of a Premier League club being penalised since the Ray Buckley-St Marys incident in 1979-80. That penalty cost St Marys a finals berth, something Wanderers will be keen to ensure does not happen. GREYMORRIS Mooney, Scarlett at Dogs Wewere both pretty keen to get downhere Cameron Mooney Champion Geelong fullback Matthew Scarlett retired at the end of the 2012 season MATTHEW Scarlett and Cameron Mooney will join fellow Geelong premiership player Steven King as Western Bulldogs assistant coaches for the 2013 AFL season. Bulldogs coach Brendan McCartney, himself a former assistant with the Cats, announced yesterday that Scarlett would take over as defensive coach with Mooney as forwards mentor. Former Geelong skipper King will continue as midfield and stoppages coach. Triplepremiership Cat and six time All-Australian Scarletts 284-game career ended after the 2012 season. ExKangaroo Mooney retired after missing out on a spot in Geelongs 2011 premiership side. McCartney said he was thrilled to have the services of the pair who boast a combined playing experience of 505 games and six premier ships. Along with our current coaching staff, we are fortunate that people of this ilk want to come and help our club get better, McCartney said. Mooney described McCartney as one of his great mates. We were both pretty keen to get down here, and try to help him out as much as we can, Mooney said. The great thing about the Bulldogs is that theyre such a young group. Mooney and Scarlett will work with the Bulldogs once a week during pre-season and in the regular season. First-year coach McCartney guided the Bulldogs to 15th place in 2012 with a 5-17 record.