The Northern Territory news Fri 18 Nov 2011
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52 NT NEWS. Friday, November 18, 2011. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 8 -N O V -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 5 2 C O L O R : C M Y K Prices and lines @ 9.00am on 17/11/2011 at TattsBet.com Betting is available at your local TAB, call 13 19 39 or log onto TattsBet.com om o m g onto TattsBet.com (Railway Stakes) 180152 Ranger $3.60 (NFL) 165269 Seattle & 165239 Buff alo $4.30 UT Q 09 51 /D 4 NATIONS RUGBY LEAGUE ALEAGUE SOCCER HORSE RACING AMERICAN FOOTBALL NFL HEAD 2 HEAD INC ET England $5.00 Australia $1.17 LINE INC ET England +12.5 $1.90 Australia -12.5 $1.90 MARGIN (@ 80 MIN) England 1-12 $5.75 England 13+ $13.00 Australia 1-12 $3.00 Australia 13+ $1.90 Draw $34.00 POINTS START INC ET England +10.5 $2.05 Australia -14.5 $2.05 HALFTIMEFULLTIME DOUBLE 80MINS Australia/Australia $1.45 England/England $7.00 England/Australia $7.25 Any other result $11.00 Australia/England $11.00 BRONCOS-NY JETS (11:25AM TODAY) HEAD2HEAD (INC OT) Denver Broncos $3.25 New York Jets $1.34 LINE (INC OT) Denver Broncos +6 $1.90 New York Jets -6 $1.90 TOTAL MATCH SCORE OVER/UNDER INC OT Over 40.5 $1.90 Under 40.5 $1.90 RAILWAY STAKES (ASCOT SATURDAY) WIN PLACE Ranger $3.60 $1.65 Hes Remarkable $6.50 $2.40 Luckygray $6.50 $2.40 Playing God $7.00 $2.50 Avienus $12.00 $3.75 Westriver Kevydonn $13.00 $4.00 Waratahs Secret $17.00 $5.00 Kincaple $17.00 $5.00 Tranquility $17.00 $5.00 King Kool Kat $21.00 $6.00 Spacecraft $31.00 $8.50 Mega Steel $35.00 $9.50 Lords Ransom $41.00 $11.00 Rocky Range $41.00 $11.00 Ringmeister $41.00 $11.00 Our Ol Fella $81.00 $21.00 Battle Emblem $101.00 $26.00 Big Ted $101.00 $26.00 Final Field Refund & Deductions RESULT END OF NORMAL TIME Gold Coast United $2.10 Draw $3.30 Melbourne Heart $3.30 Wellington Phoenix $2.20 Draw $3.30 Adelaide United $3.05 Newcastle Jets $4.00 Draw $3.35 Brisbane Roar $1.87 Sydney FC $1.95 Draw $3.40 Central Coast Mariners $3.60 Melbourne Victory $1.80 Draw $3.35 Perth Glory $4.40 CHAMPIONSHIP Brisbane Roar $2.50 Melbourne Victory $4.50 Sydney FC $5.50 Central Coast Mariners $9.00 Adelaide United $11.00 Perth Glory $13.00 Newcastle Jets $15.00 Melbourne Heart $18.00 Gold Coast United $23.00 Wellington Phoenix $29.00 Gamble responsibly. Odds on Sport Get on anywhere! HISTORY REPEATS FOR RAWIRI Page 49 Shock ban riles Buffs FOOTBALL ByGREYMORRIS Well be looking at all of our options and taking it upwith theAFLNT. This is unheard of THE Buffaloes are in shock after a three-week ban handed down to rover Charlie McAdam was sensationally increased to 12 weeks at the NTFL Tribunal. The club says it will investigate the legalities of Wednesdays decision to increase the three-match prescribed penalty for behaving in an abusive, insulting and threatening manner towards an umpire to 12 weeks. Darwin challenged the prescribed penalty with a view to having it cancelled out. The wording of the charge was changed to deliberately threatening an umpire before the 12-week ban was enforced. It means McAdams 2011-12 season with Darwin is over. Buffalo president John Paterson wants to know what criteria was used by the three-person tribunal to increase the penalty by 300 per cent. What was more significant and factual the second time that led them to increase it by so much? he said. Well be looking at all of our op tions and taking it up with the AFLNT. This is unheard of. But AFLNT football operations manager Anthony Venes said any decision by the tribunal was completely independent of the league. Obviously, Darwin want to appeal it because they reckon its too harsh. But they will need new evidence to be able to do that, he said. Ive told Darwin to send me an email stating their intention to appeal on the grounds of whatever they propose. My plan then would be to put it to the tribunal commissioner and ask if anything can be done. McAdams teammate Liam Philpott will miss the next two matches after he challenged a one-mach ban for striking. Picture: KATRINA BRIDGEFORD Recently retired Carlton player Ryan Houlihan (right) hit the training track with Waratahs coach Heath Culpitt this week. The 201-game AFL player will don the red and white against Southern Districts on Sunday. Report page 50 Blue on board
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