The Centralian advocate Tue 28 Feb 2012
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v. 66 no. 79
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Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 31 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 2 8 -F E B -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 3 1 C O L O R : C M Y K Gift Card Now Available# Keep Us Alive. Dont Drink & Drive. JOIN US ON # Cellarbrations gift card can be used for the purchase of goods from any participating Cellarbrations store only. Cellarbrations supports the responsible service of alcohol. Pricing available in NT outlets only and pricing my vary. Specials available from 27/02/12 until 11/03/12 or while stocks last. Some products may not be available in country stores due to Liquor Licencing Accords. Not all varieties available in all stores. No trade supplied. Bag limits may apply. Nil trade supplied. Tobacco and alcohol not supplied to or for under 18s. E.&E.O. $4499 case/24 each Carlton Mid or XXXX Gold Range Make everyday a celebration! Oyster Bay Core RangeEaglehawk Core Range Jim Beam White Label $3699 700ml each Essenze Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc $899 750ml each Bundaberg Red, Bundaberg Rum UP or Johnnie Walker Red Label Premix Cans $1499 750ml each $34 2 for 750ml Bulmers Cider Range Great Northern Lager Stubbies $4499 700ml - each 4 pack each $1299 BONUS BCF $20 VOUCHER with every carton purchased. While Stocks Last. Eastside IGA Lindsay Ave ..................8952 1740 Flynn Drive IGA Flynn Drive ...................8952 2383 Milner Road Foodtown Milner Road ..................8953 4519 Northside IGA 3 Hearn Place ...............8953 4299 $3699 10 pack each SPORT Crows on charge AUSSIE RULES Dale Fletcher Adelaides Scott Thompson handpasses on Sunday Picture: MORNE DE KLERK/GETTY IMAGES ADELAIDE Crows will be looking to increase their chances of winning the 2012 NAB Cup when they tackle Brisbane at Traeger Park on Saturday night. The Crows are one of only three undefeated sides, along with West Coast and Collingwood, after the two-week, three-team format of the competition. Adelaide defeated Carlton by nine points and cross-town rival Port Adelaide by one point at AAMI Stadium on Sunday. Brisbane need to win on Saturday night to have any chance of making the NAB Cup grand final on March 17. The Lions split their two games on Saturday night at Metricon Stadium, defeating Gold Coast Suns by two points before going down to Melbourne by three points. B r i s b a n e c o a c h Michael Voss has criticised the new video review system, calling it clunky and saying it didnt feel right after a referred decision cost his team a goal in his sides loss against the Demons. L i o n P a t r i c k Karnezis appeared to have soccered the ball through for a goal during the second half before the decision was referred upstairs. After a number of replays from different angles, the ball was deemed to have grazed the inside of the post, and a behind was given. Voss said: Regardless of what happened, y o u c o u l d d e b a t e whether it was a behind or not, just the game stopping, I dont like that. Adelaide and Collingwood are poised to meet in an elimination final scenario at AAMI Stadium in round three of the NAB Cup if results go as expected. West Coast are now hot favourites to be the first team to qualify for the NAB Cup grand final because their remaining matches are both in Western Australia. The Eagles play Port Adelaide at Mandurah this weekend before hosting St Kilda at Patersons Stadium in round three. If both the Crows and Magpies win this weekend, they will set up a clash for a grand final berth when they meet in the third round. The top two teams on the NAB Cup ladder after round three will progress to the grand final. Brown ruled out AUSSIE RULES Dale Fletcher Brisbane captain Jonathan Brown tackles Melbournes Matthew Bate on Saturday night Picture: ADAM HEAD JONATHAN Brown came through his first match since fracturing his jaw last July unscathed, but will not be at Traeger Park to tackle Adelaide this Saturday night. The Brisbane Lions captain played most of both NAB Cup matches against Melbourne and Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium on Saturday night and, despite not kicking a goal in the wet, was a solid contributor. However, Lions coach Michael Voss said the skipper would be put on ice while the rest of the team headed west to take on the Crows in round two of the preseason competition. Voss said: No, we wont take him. Well assess the list now. Probably most that played full games well think about whether we take them next week or not. Theres no injuries so now its about being able to manage our list. While Voss was pleased to get through without injury, he saved most praise for his young players on the difficult night. Voss gave raps to Claye Beams, Billy Longer, Ryan Harwood, Josh Green, Elliot Yeo and Jared Polec, saying the Lions depth was quickly improving. He said: I think theres a few Brisbane Lions fans that should be pretty excited by some of the things they saw tonight from some of their younger players. Competitive intent is what youre after. Youre re-engaged with the contest now. I thought our players attack on the footy was first class in a lot of instances.
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