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Sunday Territorian 11 Dec 2011

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Sunday Territorian 11 Dec 2011

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Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2011-12-11

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English

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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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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/237085

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/639784

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50 Sunday Territorian. Sunday, December 11, 2011. www.sundayterritorian.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 1 -D E C -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 5 0 C O L O R : C M Y K SPORT sundayterritorian.com.au Cricket 2ndTest AUSTRALIA vNZ inHobart NewZealand 1st innings 150 Australia 1st innings DWARNER c Taylor bMartin .................. 15 PHUGHES cGuptill bMartin .................... 4 UKHAWAJA cYoungbMartin ................. 7 RPONTING lbwbSouthee ........................ 5 MCLARKEbBracewell ............................ 22 MHUSSEY cYoungbBoult ....................... 8 BHADDIN cMcCullumbBracewell ........ 5 PSIDDLE cGuptill b Bracewell ............... 36 J PATTINSON cWilliamsonbBoult ....... 17 MSTARC lbwBoult ..................................... 4 NLYONnot out ............................................ 1 Extras: 1b 8lb 3nb ..................................... 12 All out for .................................................. 136 Fall: 7, 24, 31, 35, 58, 69, 75, 131, 131, 136. Bowling:CMartin 16-1-46-3 (1nb), T Boult 13-4-29-3, T Southee 12-2-32-1, D Brac ewell 10-3-20-3 (2nb). Overs: 51. NewZealand 2nd innings MGUPTILL cHaddin b Siddle ................. 16 BMCCULLUM cHughes bPattinson ..... 12 J RYDER st Haddin bHussey ................... 16 L TAYLORnot out ...................................... 42 KWILLIAMSONnot out ............................ 34 Extras: 4b, 9lb, 5w, 1nb ............................ 19 Threewickets for ................................... 139 Fall: 36, 36, 73. Bowling: J Pattinson 12-2-37-1 (1w/3), P Siddle 12-4-29-1 (1nb), M Starc 11-3-30-0 (2w), M Hussey 5-0-15-1, N Lyon 3-0-11-0, R Ponting 1-0-4-0. Overs: 44. Stumps, Day 2. Ryobi Cup WAvSAatWACA, Perth WesternAustralia Innings WROBINSON runout (Mennie) ................ 2 CSIMMONS cChristian bRichardson .. 14 MMARSHbRichardson .......................... 14 AVOGES c FergusonbHaberfield ......... 41 TBIRT cKlinger bChristian..................... 35 TBEATON cChristian bHaberfield.......... 1 L RONCHInot out..................................... 101 NCOULTER-NILE cKlinger bChristian.. 23 MHOGAN cCooper bRichardson............ 6 MBEERnot out............................................. 6 Extras: (3lb 4w2nb).................................... 9 Eightwickets for ..................................... 252 Fall: 2 (Robinson), 34 (Simmons), 34 (Marsh), 96 (Birt), 103 (Beaton), 132 (Voges), 197 (Coulter-Nile), 233 (Hogan). Bowling: J Mennie 9-0-62-0 (1w), K Richardson 10-2-43-3 (1w), J Haberfield 10-1-35-2 (1w), D Christian 12-0-61-2 (1nb), AOBrien 9-1-41-0 (1w1nb). Overs: 50. SouthAustralia Innings MKLINGER cRonchi bDuffield............... 46 DHARRIS c&bMarsh............................... 58 ACROSTHWAITE cRonchi bDuffield ...... 8 CFERGUSONnot out................................. 56 DCHRISTIANbHogan .............................. 38 TCOOPERnot out ..................................... 36 Extras: (7lb 4w).......................................... 11 Fourwickets for ...................................... 253 Fall: 110 (Harris), 115 (Klinger), 124 (Crosthwaite), 175 (Christian). Bowling: M Beer 7.1-0-32-0 (1w), R Duffield 10-0-81-2 (3w), M Hogan 8-1-44-1, N Coulter-Nile 6-0-50-0,MMarsh 8-0-39-1. Overs: 39.1. Umpires: Gerard Abood, N Johnstone. ThirdUmpire:David Levens. Result: South Australia won by 6 wickets.Manof theMatch:KaneRichardson Points: SA 5WA0. Hockey NHL Home team in CAPS: BUFFALO SABRES 2 Florida Panthers 1 OT; WINNIPEG JETS 4 Carolina Hurricanes 2; EDMONTON OILERS 4 Colorado Avalanche 1; WASH INGTONCAPITALS 4 TorontoMaple Leafs 2. Champions Trophy Pool C: Spain 3 (Tubau2; Oliva 25; Dabanch 51) dNetherlands 1 (deVoogd 33) Australia 2 (Abbott 14; Ockenden 58) d NewZealand 1 (Hayward 31) Pool D: Germany 5 (Matania 13; Montag 26; Wess 42; Fuchs 49; Furk 62) d Pakis tan 0 Great Britain 4 (Tindall 47, 66; Jackson 60; Pearn 68) d South Korea 3 (You 31; Seo 45; Nam67). Spain and Australia will contest the final onSunday. Soccer W-League Rd 8: BRISBANE ROAR 2 (Aivi Luik 6m, Emily Gielnik 90+1m)dADELAIDEUNITED 0 at Stockland Park. Referee: Rebecca Durcau. CANBERRA UNITED 0 drew SYDNEY FC 0 at Deakin Football Stadium. Referee: CaseyReibelt. MELBOURNE VICTORY 5 (Katrina Gorry 4m, 22m, Jodie Taylor 24m, 62m, 78m) d PERTH GLORY 0 at 6PR Stadium. Referee: DavidCostello. HorseRacing Fannie Bay Race 1-TROBIS GTNT HCP (C4) 1100m: 21.00 ICEDMAGIC (gr f 3y Canadian Silver (CAN) - Eissco Dancer. Trainer: Jason Manning) 56 (Ms V Arnott) 1, 6.00 YOSHI JUNIOR 57 (C Spry) 2, 7.50 ANOTHER SHOUT 57 (B Huppatz) 3. Then followed: 21.00 Savannah Iron 3.20 Almadine 3.60 Le Samer 2.80 fav Lets Face It 15.00 No ble Earl last. All started. Margins: len, len.Time: 1:06.44. (No sect time). TattsBet Divs: 7 IcedMagic $16.10 $2.80 4 Yoshi Junior $2.70 3 Another Shout $2.80. Q: $30.60. E: $433.00. T: $1,158.50. A2: 4-7 $13.20, 3-7 $8.70, 3-4 $6.70. All Started. Race 2-H B GROUP HCP (58) 1200m: 21.00 NEROMACCHINA (br/blm 5y Clangalang - Scarlet Ruby. Trainer: Ms K Petrick) 57 (P Crich) 1, 2.00 fav MAJOR NELSON 59.5 (Ms C Angel) 2, 21.00 GIVE N GO 56.5 (Ms S Montgomerie) 3. Then followed: 21.00 Just Too Cool 3.30 Hamish Boy 10.00 Stir rup Cup 13.00 Explosive Kiss 9.00 Vilakazi 6.00 Green Mango 11.00 Ancient Land last. Scr: Ottens, Her Pic. Margins: 3- len, 1- len.Time: 1:11.81. (No sect time). TattsBet Divs: 11 Nero Macchina $28.60 $4.00 2 Major Nelson $1.50 12 Give n Go $8.40. Q: $25.60. E: $107.40. T: $769.10. A2: 2-11 $7.30, 11-12 $26.60, 2-12 $26.60. Scr: 7,9. Race 3-PAMHANILL HCP (64) 1600m: 6.00 THE CAT (ch g 4y Tale Of The Cat (USA) Lifelong Dream. Trainer: Ms K Petrick) 58.5 (P Crich) 1, 4.40 CANT AGREE 58 carr 55 (Ms C Angel) 2, 21.00 WELCOME RE TURN 55 (Brendon Davis) 3. Then fol lowed: 6.00 Alanas Mate 6.00 Sky Travel ler 4.00 fav The Sailor 7.00 Tequila Midnight 10.00 Flopitidop 9.00Nothing By Half 11.00 Meet Barney last. All started. Margins: 1- len, len. Time: 1:39.96. (Last 600m38.64). TattsBet Divs: 3 The Cat $3.90 $1.70 4 Cant Agree $3.00 10 Welcome Return $6.00. Q: $17.30. E: $56.00. T: $217.00. A2: 3-4 $9.30, 3-10 $33.20, 4-10 $33.20. All Star ted. Race 4-SPORTINGBET HCP 1300m: 2.50 fav REFLEX (b g 6y Royal Academy (USA) - Flint Star (NZ). Trainer: S V Brown) 59.5 (S Hillebrand) 1, 3.40 OUT OF THE DESERT 55 (Brendon Davis) 2, 4.20 ROGUE WAR RIOR 60 carr 57 (Ms C Angel) 3. Then fol lowed: 8.50 General Mazeratti 21.00 Pilos 10.00 Carneggan Jester 17.00 Noble Con nection 10.00 Sneaky Squirrel last. All started. 3- len, len. Time: 1:17.50. (Last 600m36.47). TattsBet Divs: 3 Reflex $2.40 $1.40 8 Out Of The Desert $1.80 2 Rogue Warrior $2.10. Q: $5.30. E: $8.10. T: $29.20. A2: 3-8 $1.10, 2-3 $1.50, 2-8 $7.70. All Started. Race 5-TRISH KELIHER HCP (70) 1000m: 2.30 fav BRINKLEY BOY (b/br g 7y El Mox ie (USA) - Brinkley Lass. Trainer: Louis Paech) 59.5 (C Spry) 1, 4.80 COLONEL JACK 59 carr 56 (Ms C Angel) 2, 4.60 ETH BAAL 60 carr 58 (Ms S Montgomerie) 3. Then followed: 4.80 Thumb Prints 17.00 By Jeeves 4.60 Supason 17.00 Hes Reel ing last. All started.Margins: 1- len, 1- len.Time: 0:58.87. (Last 600m35.22). TattsBet Divs: 2 Brinkley Boy $2.40 $1.40 3 Colonel Jack $2.40 1 Ethbaal NTD. Q: $4.70. E: $14.70. T: $25.00. All Started. Extra Double: 11 Nero Macchina 3 The Cat $54.30. Double: 3 Reflex 2 Brinkley Boy $5.30. Greyhounds Winnellie Park Race 1: 3 India Talk $3.50 $2.20 2 Billie Sue $6.20 4 Totally Clutz NTD. Q: $33.80. E: $19.90. T: $105.80. Scr: 5. Race 2: 7 When Quoted $7.60 $4.70 5 Charge Me $1.70 4 Scar Stream NTD. Q: $5.30. E: $20.90. T: $64.70. Scr: 3,6. Race 3: 2 Jens Love $2.50 $1.90 6 Zippen Princess $3.60 1 Where,s Chyna NTD. Q: $10.90. E: $11.80. T: $40.70. Scr: 3,5,7. Race 4: 6 Benzino $9.20 $2.60 7 Slow Jordan $10.30 1 Semper Fidels NTD. Q: $145.20. E: $103.30. T: $647.00. Scr: 5. Race 5: 6 Congo Man $2.40 $1.90 1 Choc Drink $3.10 4We,re Serious NTD. Q: $4.00. E: $8.50. T: $53.60. Scr: 5. Extra Double: 7 When Quoted 2 Jens Love $24.40. Double: 6 Benzino 6 Congo Man$23.50. Reds sneak a Victory draw ADELAIDE United avoided a week of inquisition and asked more questions about Melbourne Victory with a late equaliser, to pinch a 1-1 A-League draw at Etihad Stadium last night. The competitions two underachievers did little to prove themselves anything but mid-table battlers with their overall performances, though at least there will be less of an uncomfortable spotlight on their coaches this week. The Victory took the lead at 59 minutes through an Archie Thompson header, before United equalised against the run of play through Fabian Barbiero with eight minutes left. Victory created far more chances. And were it not for Adelaide goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic and the otherwise impressive Harry Kewells shooting radar being slightly askew, it would have been a win for the home side. Coasting to victory Rostyn Griffiths celebrates with Mariners teammate John Hutchinson after scoring the first goal of the match against the Newcastle Jets yesterday Picture: ROBERT McKELL Mariners join Roar on top SCORES WELLINGTONPHOENIX 1 (Ben Sigmund 85m) dPERTHGLORY0 atWestpac Stadium. Crowd: 6,020. Referee: Ryan Shepheard. CENTRAL COASTMARINERS 2 (Rostyn Griffiths 25m, Matt Simon 59m) dNEWCASTLE JETS0 at Bluetongue Stadium. Crowd: 10,643. Referee: Strebre Delovski. MELBOURNEVICTORY 1 (Archie Thompson 59m) drewADELAIDE UNITED 1 (Fabian Barbiero 82m) at Etihad Stadium. Crowd: 16,562. Referee: Peter Green. By ANGELA HABASHY AFTER going top of the A-League table with a clinical 2-0 win over Newcastle yesterday, Central Coast coach Graham Arnold has warned rivals that his team is nowhere near its best. The Mariners stretched their unbeaten streak to seven matches with victory in the 25th F3 derby at Bluetongue Stadium. They now sit equal on 20 competition points with reigning premier Brisbane, separated by the Roars superior goal difference. The Mariners are already looking title contenders but Arnold still sees plenty of room for improvement. I reckon were about 75 per cent. These guys can get better, Arnold said. The improvement in every player is physically and that is a great credit to (fitness coach) Andrew Clark. These guys can still push themselves to another level. A goal in each half from Rostyn Griffiths and Matt Simon ensured the three points for the host, which has now won six of its past seven matches the last loss coming against yesterdays opposition in October. Teen sensations Mustafa Amini and Bernie Ibini are becoming one of the competitions most exciting midfield combinations, with Ibini close to scoring on two occasions in the second half. He did fantastic, Musti. The kid is coming on in leaps and bounds, Arnold said of Amini. His strength, his pace hes put on . . . he was fantastic. As was young Bernie. He was excellent tonight. Arnold also had plenty of praise for Mariners workhorse Matt Simon, who has scored more goals (six) against the Jets than any other club and appears in careerbest form. His encouragement and the way he works rubs off on the other players is excellent, Arnold said. Its good to have him not arguing with referees and fighting with everyone. Hes focused on playing football and look how good hes performing. In a lively start, the Jets looked to have struck first after just three minutes; but an offside Labinot Haliti saw the goal disallowed. With the visitor looking dejected in the second half, new coach Gary van Egmond brought on former Arsenal and Everton star Francis Jeffers for a tired-looking Haliti in an effort to inject some spice up front. But the host had already done enough to ensure victory and take home bragging rights, in one of the most hotly contested derbies in the league. I thought we started quite brightly, van Egmond said. Then we copped a goal from a set piece, which you never want to occur, and we just started to drop off the game a little bit. It was only in the last 10 minutes or so that we started to force the issue but the game was well gone by then. Late header lifts Phoenix WELLINGTON Phoenix forgot their finishing woeslong enough to sneak a 1-0 win over Perth Glory in an often lacklustre A-League match in Wellington yesterday. After a goalless first half, both teams looked more willing in the second stanza but it took an 86th-minute bullet header from defender Ben Sigmund to finally break the deadlock. The Phoenix hung on in a frantic closing five minutes, after being reduced to 10 in the 90th minute with the sending off of forward Mirjan Pavlovic. Perth have yet to win a game against the Phoenix in Wellington, but started well, looking more likely early on as the Phoenix struggled to retain possession. In contrast, the Phoenix created very little to trouble former Phoenix keeper Danny Vukovic, now donning the gloves for the Glory, although Chris Greenacre proved to be elusive down the right.


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