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The Northern Territory news Tue 6 Nov 2012

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The Northern Territory news Tue 6 Nov 2012

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NT news

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The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

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2012-11-06

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

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Darwin

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

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/606912

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www.ntnews.com.au Tuesday, November 6, 2012. NT NEWS. 39 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:6-NGE:39 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K ntnews.com.aul l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 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 Final four is shaped in both grades TABLE TENNIS THE final four in both grades of Cazalys Table Tennis was finalised in round 14 of competition, and next weeks final minor round will determine the semi-finals playoff order. In A-grade, Roadies settled the issue by convincingly defeating CMG eight rubbers to three John Pudney and Dennis Evans starred for the winners, each winning three singles to put the matter beyond doubt. Sweet Chilli also ensured they could not be caught by CMG by defeating Vikings 7-4. Rick Li, Steve Burlinson and Alex Kotrancz all contributed rubbers to the victory. Meanwhile, Brothers reclaimed top spot by defeating Palmerston Golf Club (PGC) 6-5. Toong Yeen Lee was again the hero, claiming all three singles and combining with Thong Teck Lee and then Thong Mann Lee to take out both doubles rubbers. PGC fought hard, but when Thong Teck Lee defeated Rodney Hee the match was beyond their grasp. With just one round to play John Pudney (Roadies) and Toong Yeen Lee (Brothers) are level at the top of the individual rankings with 39 singles victories apiece. In Cazalys B-grade competition, Repeaters snuffed out the hopes of those teams below them on the ladder by beating Austin Power six rubbers to five. Khalid Khan rose to the occasion for the victors, taking three singles rubbers and combining with Radeep Thapa to take a vital doubles match. Skeletons saw off Bennys Jets 6-5, with Kelvin On and John Forgacs contributing the winning rubbers. They combined to take a nail-biting doubles rubber over Andrew Barton and Viqar Ali Khan 11-6, 10-12, 11-9 which proved pivotal. Despite their victory, Skeletons were displaced by Hogs at the top of the ladder, who had a percentage boosting 10-1 victory over Donny Fiasco, with Tim Garrad, Robert Ho and Jonathon Tong in supreme form. Kelvin On (Skeletons) wrapped up the individual trophy with a round to spare, clear of Hogs duo Robert Ho, Tim Garrad and Thong Sum Lee (Austin Power). Results, Rd 14. A-Grade: Brothers 6 d Palmerston Golf Club 5; Roadies 8 d CMG 3; Sweet Chilli 7 d Vikings 4. B-Grade: Skeletons 6 d Bennys Jets 5; Hogs 10 d Donny Fiasco 1; Repeaters 6 d Austin Power 5. White inspiring youth Hockey Olympian Joel Carrol presents outstanding youngster Joseph White with his community coach award By IAN BUTTERWORTH DARWIN Middle School student Joseph White has beaten a field of 100 to be named best community coach in the Northern Territory. The 15-year-old coaches in the Australian Governments Active After-school Communities (AASC) program. He received the award at St Pauls Catholic School during an event to celebrate the finish of the Prime Ministers Olympic and Paralympic Challenges. The AASC program aims to enhance the physical activity levels of Australian primary school children by helping them to develop a love of sport that inspires them to join a local club. It is an Australian Government initiative delivered by the Australian Sports Commission in up to 3270 schools and outside school care services across the country. Our program relies heavily on high-quality coaching for the successful delivery of sports and physical activity sessions around the NT, AASC Regional Manager Lee Wilson said. Josephs an inspiring coach who has consistently delivered high-quality athletics and soccer programs throughout his involvement. Its obvious how much the children are enjoying themselves and developing under his guidance. In addition to finding time to coach, the multi-talented White has a top-three national squash ranking to his credit. He also recently won gold medals in the 800m, 1500m and 3000m events at NT Athletics championships and was named the meets middle-distance champion. White was coy about receiving the award but happy to promote the program. I am delighted to receive this award. I very much enjoy working with AASC because of the success of the program in getting children active and healthy in a fun and safe environment he said. Because the program is fun and non-competitive, children of all abilities enjoy getting involved. Basketball NBA Home team in CAPS:NEW YORK KNICKS 100 Philadelphia 76ers 84; L.A. LAKERS 108 Detroit Pistons 79; OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER 95 Atlanta Hawks 104; TORONTO RAPTORS 105 Minnesota Timberwolves 86; ORLANDO MAGIC 115 Phoenix Suns 94. Cricket 2ndODI Sri Lanka vNewZealandat Pallekele NewZealand innings RNICOL c Sangakkara bPerera ................................................ 46 T LATHAMbMalinga ..................................................................... 2 BWATLING c Jayawardene bHerath ....................................... 55 RTAYLOR cMathews bKulasekara ......................................... 72 J FRANKLINnot out ...................................................................... 35 NMcCULLUM cPerera bMathews ........................................... 16 AELLISbMalinga ........................................................................... 4 Extras: 1b 8lb 11w ........................................................................ 20 Sixwickets for ............................................................................ 250 Fall: 17, 100, 130, 221, 242, 250. Bowling: L Malinga 10-0-39-2 (1w), N Kulasekara 10-1-50-1 (2w), A Mathews 7-0-38-1 (1w), T Perera 7-0-52-1, R Herath 10-0-28-1 (1w), JMendis 6-0-34-0 (1w). Overs: 50 Sri Lanka innings UTHARANGA cWatling bMills ................................................... 6 TDILSHAN cWilliamson bMcCullum ...................................... 37 KSANGAKKARA cNicol b Boult ................................................. 11 MJAYAWARDENEnot out .......................................................... 43 AMATHEWSnot out ...................................................................... 7 Extras: 8lb 6w ................................................................................ 14 Threewickets for ....................................................................... 118 Fall: 21, 39, 98. Bowling: K Mills 5-0-33-1, T Boult 6-0-26-1 (3w), T Southee 4-0-16-0 (2w), J Franklin 3-0-16-0, N McCullum 2.5-0-12-1, R Nicol 2-0-7-0 (1w). Overs: 22.5 Sri Lanka won by 14 runs (D/L Method) and leads the series 1-0. Golf HSBCChampions Final round, par-72 (top 20) 267: Ian Poulter (ENG) 69 68 65 65 269: Jason Dufner (USA) 68 66 71 64, Scott Piercy (USA) 68 68 68 65, Ernie Els (RSA) 70 63 69 67, Phil Mickelson (USA) 66 69 66 68 270: Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 65 63 70 72, Lee Westwood (ENG) 70 67 61 72 271: Adam Scott (AUS) 65 68 71 67 272: Martin Kaymer (GER) 68 69 67 68 273: Bill Haas (USA) 69 67 66 71 274: Hiroyuki Fujita (JPN) 73 67 67 67, Marcel Siem (GER) 71 70 66 67, ThorbjornOlesen (DEN) 71 65 70 68, Prom Meesawat (THA) 67 70 69 68, Brandt Snedeker (USA) 72 71 60 71 275: Nick Watney (USA) 72 72 69 62, Carl Pet tersson (SWE) 70 68 66 71 276: Marc Leishman (AUS) 73 68 65 70, Luke Donald (ENG) 68 68 69 71, Gaganjeet Bhullar (IND) 73 68 63 72 Sanya LadiesOpen Final round, par-72 (top 20) 210: Cassandra Kirkland (FRA) 73 67 70 212: Jade Schaeffer (FRA) 71 72 69, Holly Aitchison (ENG) 72 69 71 213: Becky Brewerton (WAL) 71 73 69, Lin Xiyu (CHN) 72 72 69, Pernilla Lindberg (SWE) 73 71 69, Patcharajutar Kongkraphan (THA) 73 70 70, Beth Allen (USA) 74 68 71, Lu Yuexia (CHN) 72 70 71, Carlota Ciganda (ESP) 72 70 71, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 71 70 72, Numa Gulyanamitta (THA) 70 69 74 214: Florentyna Parker (ENG) 74 71 69, Caroline Masson (GER) 71 73 70, Elizabeth Ben nett (ENG) 72 70 72 215: Laura Davies (ENG) 77 69 69, Li Jiayun (CHN) 73 70 72 216: Gwladys Nocera (FRA) 75 71 70, JarupornNaAyutthaya (THA) 73 70 73 MizunoClassic Final round, par-72 (top 20) 205: Stacy Lewis (USA) 71 70 64 206: Lee Bo-Mee (KOR) 70 64 72 207: Ayako Uehara (JPN) 68 72 67 209: Tseng Ya Ni (TPE) 71 70 68 210: Anna Nordqvist (SWE) 72 71 67, Seo Hee-Kyung (KOR) 73 69 68, Jenny Shin (KOR) 71 69 70, Choi Na-Yeon (KOR) 69 71 70 211: Chella Choi (KOR) 74 69 68, Beatriz Recari (ESP) 69 74 68, Kim So Hee (KOR) 72 70 69, Karine Icher (FRA) 71 69 71, Rikako Morita (JPN) 70 68 73 212: Amy Yang (KOR) 71 72 69, Sakura Yoko mine (JPN) 70 72 70, Shin Ji-Yai (KOR) 68 73 71 213: Akane Iijima (JPN) 71 74 68, Mika Miyazato (JPN) 71 74 68, Maria Jose Uribe (COL) 72 71 70, Park In-Bee (KOR) 70 73 70 Gridiron NFL Home team in CAPS: ATLANTA FALCONS 19 Dallas Cowboys 13; Pittsburgh Steelers 24 NEWYORKGIANTS 20; SEAT TLE SEAHAWKS 30 Minnesota Vikings 20; Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42 OAKLAND RAIDERS 32; Denver Broncos 31 CINCIN NATI BENGALS 23; Baltimore Ravens 25 CLEVELAND BROWNS 15; Carolina Pan thers 21WASHINGTONREDSKINS 13; De troit Lions 31 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 14; INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 23 Miami Dol phins 20; Chicago Bears 51 TENNESSEE TITANS 20; GREEN BAY PACKERS 31 Arizona Cardinals 17; HOUSTON TEX ANS 21 Buffalo Bills 9. HorseRacing Yesterdays TattsBet Dividends MUSWELLBROOK (NR) Race 1: 4 Deceitful Don $5.50 $1.90 1 Roger That $1.10 6 Panagarh $1.60. Q: $6.40. E: $15.20. T: $57.70. A2: 1-4 $5.00, 4-6 $4.80, 1-6 $3.80. Scr: 8. Race 2: 5 Dark Mojo $1.30 $1.00 6 Hidden Doubt $2.90 2 Smooth Criminal $5.40. Q: $7.30. E: $5.90. T: $143.80. A2: 5-6 $4.00, 2-5 $17.50, 2-6 $22.20. Scr: 8. Race 3: 6 Panko $1.70 $1.30 4 Passo Corto $1.60 2 Absolutely Feima NTD. Q: $2.10. E: $6.80. T: $11.30. Scr: 3. Race 4: 8 Aich Em Bee $25.00 $5.00 9 Bendita Sea $7.40 4 Lady In Charge $1.50. Q: $796.20. E: $427.20. T: $5242.10. A2: 8-9 $104.50, 4-8 $38.70, 4-9 $13.60. FIRST 4: (8 9 4 6): Not won pool jackpots. Scr: 2,3,14. Race 5: 12 Twilight Scandals $21.60 $6.00 8 Nonino $3.30 3 Phil A Mint $2.70. Q: $135.00. E: $298.30. T: $4745.40. A2: 8-12 $36.70, 3-12 $30.80, 3-8 $15.70. FIRST 4: (12 8 3 6): Notwonpool jackpots. Scr: 13. Race 6: 5 Fireball $3.10 $1.60 2 Double Five $2.80 9 Final Conflict $1.50. Q: $14.70. E: $15.50. T: $84.50. A2: 2-5 $3.30, 5-9 $7.10, 2-9 $8.00. FIRST 4: (5 2 9 7): $449.00. All Started. Race 7: 1 Puresati $2.90 $1.60 11 Spurlicious $2.80 9 Heartn Soul $2.00. Q: $19.20. E: $32.20. T: $145.20. A2: 1-11 $8.30, 1-9 $6.50, 9-11 $6.10. FIRST 4: (1 11 9 2): $558.00. Scr: 3,4L,6,7L,10. Extra Double: 5 DarkMojo 6 Panko $3.70. Double: 5 Fireball 1 Puresati $15.90. Treble: 12 Twilight Scandals 5 Fireball 1 Puresati $543.50. Quaddie: 8 Aich Em Bee 12 Twilight Scandals 5 Fireball 1 Puresati $14,361.90. HAMILTON (VR) Race 1: 4 Flying Hussler $1.90 $1.10 8 StarOf TheWest $1.80 3 ElloOlli $2.10. Q: $3.80. E: $5.90. T: $25.80. A2: 4-8 $2.70, 3-4 $3.00, 3-8 $6.30. Scr: 2L,5,7,12. Race 2: 8 Tooleybuc Kid $13.20 $2.80 3 Cult Of Isis $2.00 4 Dubai Gee Eye $2.00. Q: $34.20. E: $69.90. T: $461.00. A2: 3-8 $7.20, 4-8 $12.10, 3-4 $5.70. Scr: 7,9,10,11. Race 3: 10 Lounge $6.40 $1.90 7 Miss Kardashian $4.00 2 Barely A Secret $2.90. Q: $63.10. E: $74.90. T: $959.50. A2: 7-10 $19.30, 2-10 $12.40, 2-7 $19.70. All Started. Race 4: 6Morse Code $5.80 $1.90 11 Gold Ensign $7.60 8 Shah Of Shelford $3.80. Q: $91.50. E: $93.40. T: $2296.80. A2: 6-11 $26.10, 6-8 $13.10, 8-11 $33.90. Scr: 7,16. Race 5: 2 Coupe Express $6.30 $2.90 1 Chicago Miss $2.50 3 Littleriver Ruby NTD. Q: $9.60. E: $47.00. T: $73.60. FIRST 4: (2 1 3 6): $212.60. Scr: 8. Race 6: 8 Gold Bridian $13.40 $4.90 4 Bec kon $1.80 1 Smarty Mac NTD. Q: $17.50. E: $35.90. T: $135.10. FIRST 4: (8 4 1 5): $714.80. Scr: 3,6. Race 7: 8 Kayeema Jay $6.90 $1.70 2 Am I French $3.30 1 Engineered $1.60. Q: $41.70. E: $65.30. T: $335.10. A2: 2-8 $17.20, 1-8 $5.70, 1-2 $7.00. FIRST 4: (8 2 1 5): $946.80. Scr: 4. Race 8: 2 Heisman $3.20 $1.50 3 Edge Of Storm $1.60 5 Torsion $2.60. Q: $5.80. E: $8.60. T: $51.40. A2: 2-3 $2.40, 2-5 $4.50, 3-5 $7.40. FIRST 4: (2 3 5 8): $224.40. Scr: 1,10. Extra Double: 10 Lounge 6 Morse Code $61.10. Double: 8 Kayeema Jay 2 Heis man $35.20. Treble: 8 Gold Bridian 8 Kayeema Jay 2 Heisman $395.70. Quad die: 2 Coupe Express 8 Gold Bridian 8 Kayeema Jay 2Heisman $2,054.00. Top schools do battle in Excellence showdown FOOTBALL ByGREYMORRIS DARWINS premier Australian football school will play School of Excellence rivals Tiwi College in a two-match series this month. St Johns College set up the first AFL-backed School of Excellence this year. The goals of the program are to establish an allinclusive listing designed to use AFL football as a driver to education. The key outcomes are to lift the standards of academic attitude, behaviour and communication while improving employability through postsecondary education. St Johns also hopes to use the program to retain students in the long term to create a happy and stable learning environment. It has been a great success in 2012, offering students many more opportunities, support and mentoring in both AFL and in their general education and sports in volvement, compared with previous years. Because of the success of the pilot program, the AFLNT supported a second AFL School of Excellence at Tiwi College on Melville Island. The strong relationship between St Johns and Tiwi College created the twomatch series. The St Johns junior Crows will travel to Tiwi College on November 8-9 to play the Tiwi team and participate in cultural activities. Tiwi College will travel to Darwin on November 22-23 for the second game, when the St Johns senior Eagles and the Tiwi College SOE team clash.


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