The Centralian advocate Tue 24 Jan 2012
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v. 65 no. 69
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CLASSIFIEDS 1300 508 509 Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, January 24, 2012 33 SPORT Terrific Tom TENNIS HARD work has resulted in success for Central ian young gun Tom Zaleski, who had a fantastic campaign at the Wodonga Silver Grass Court Tournament. In the singles, Zaleski lost the s e m i f i n a l t o Patrick Fitzgerald, son of Davis Cup great John Fitzgerald, in a hard fought affair. He lost 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 but finished third in the tournament after winning the third-place playoff. T e n n i s A l i c e Springs manager Matt Roberts said: It was a good result for Tom. Before the tournament he put in a s o l i d t r a i n i n g period and was rewarded in Victoria. Panthers score huge in big win BASEBALL Warren Thomson PANTHERS recorded their 10th win of the season after defeating Venom in a 23-10 runfeast on Friday night at Lyel Kempster Park. Panthers coach David Kerrin said he was happy with his sides first game back from the break, but they will need to keep focussed for the entire match when they come up against Cubs. He said: It was a good first hit out for us and we batted well and our base running was good. I was happy with our fielding up until towards the end of the game where we slackened off and conceded runs which we cant afford to do against Cubs when we play them in just under a fortnight, as it would be a turning point in the game. We just need to talk more in the field and make sure we keep our intensity up until the game finishes. Panthers stayed with Cubs at the top of table after Cubs defeated Devils 9-3 in the first game of round 12. Jimmy Allen usually stars with the ball in his hand as Cubs pitcher but he starred with the bat last night, slamming a home run to get himself and two teammates home in a good team performance. Cubs co-captain Ronny Bethel said: We didnt have the numbers we would have liked but everyone performed. Our hitting and base running was really good and we backed up our pitchers really well. Raiders win junior crowns MOTORCYCLING Warren Thomson Toby Canning Picture: DALE FLETCHER TYLER McCoy has won his second Junior 85cc Deep Well crown after three fantastic rides at Deep Well yesterday. McCoy, who comes from Katherine, said: Im happy with winning Deep Well again. It was a lot hotter this year but the track was much better. McCoy races all over Australia and plans to defend his crown next year. He said: I race here whenever I can and I plan to come back to Deep Well next year. I t h a n k J i m B o o m b a M o t o r c y c l e s , M c C o y s Garden Engineering, Yamaha Australia and all my other sponsors for their support. Fellow Katherine rider Toby Canning took out the Junior 125cc Deep Well event. He won the event i n c o n v i n c i n g fashion, winning the first race, crashing in the second race but managing to finish second, and won the last race to win the event. Canning said: I came fourth in the 85cc class before so it was good to finally win at Deep Well. I only come here for Deep Well and when the NT Titles are in town. Ewin shines in the heat MOTORCYCLING Dale Fletcher Jared Ewin negotiates the Deep Well track Picture: DALE FLETCHER JARED Ewin was clearly happy with his second place finish at the Alice Off Road Mechanical Services Deep Well Moto-X on Sunday. Our best performing local rider followed winner Ben Grabham around the ninekilometre track all day. Ewin said: Today was really lucky. There was not a whole lot of preparation that went into Deep Well this year. I have kept myself body fit but I havent ridden a lot in the past four months. Ewin is coming off two injuries from 2011 and said it was great just to be back on the bike again. He said: It was great to be out there and competing. I was just letting Grabbo (winner Ben Grabham) ride on his own. Ewin said a combination of consistency and good starts led to the second place finish. He said: Consistency was the key for me today. To be second or third out of the first corner is always a bonus. Ewin made the most of his opportunity, especially at the start of race two. He said: I was on the outside of everyone else and they were all getting bunched up and Caleb (Auricht) left an inside line open going out on the second corner and I took it. Ewin said Sundays result is a great boost leading up to the Finke Desert Race in June. He said: If I get a few more sponsors on board that would really help my Finke preparation. Race Motorcycles have been fantastic and Id like to thank my brother for letting me ride his bike. The crowd of several hundred spectators was thrilled by the awesome riding skills of Austral ian enduro champion Grabham, as well as the riding teams from Mildura, the Riverland, Maroochydore, Darwin and Katherine. Along with Ewin, the standout pro riders from Al ice Springs were Lachlan Summers, Jack DooleyMcDonnell, and Kenny Armstead. An increase in the popular quad bike class was a crowd favourite and the standout riders were Matt Stone from D a r w i n a n d P a t r i c k G e r a g h t y f r o m A l i c e Springs. Machines and riders were stretched to the limit of their endurance, with many not surviving the heat and energy sapping sand. Spectacular crashes by Matt Morton and Lachlan Marr ended up with both of them in hospital with minor fractures. CLASS RESULTS: Pro Open - B Grabham, J Ewin, L Summers. Pro Lite - K Armstead, R Howell, T Edmunds. Clubman - D Page, D Taylor, N Murphy. Masters - M Bell, J Smart. Pony Express - M Nelson/D Reid, D Canning/ S Wilson. Quad up to 39 years - M Stone, P Geraghty, B Geraghty. Quads over 40 years - W Orr, D Totani, B Steinholt. Junior 85cc - T McCoy, J Andrews, E Brown. Junior 125cc - T Canning, C McConnell, J Seymour. Rivalry continues CRICKET THE 32nd annual A u s t r a l i a D a y clash between the Aussies and the Poms will be held at Jim McConville Oval on Thursday. The Aussies hold the Shorty Butler Memorial shield and lead the headto-head clash 16-15 after winning the Twenty20 clash under lights last year. But this year the game is reverting to its original oneday format with teams selected from players at the ground from 10am. Rival skippers, Peter Skinner for the Aussies and Ray Burns for the Poms, are hoping to see some new faces out to replace some of the veterans who are suffering from their years. Burns said: We hope to get the game started between 10.30am and 11am. Anyone who comes down and wants to play will get a game even if we have more than 11 in team. 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