The Northern Territory news Wed 2 Feb 2011
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48 NT NEWS. Wednesday, February 2, 2011. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 -F E B -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 4 8 C O L O R : C M Y K $80m DEAL SECURES TORRES Page 45 45 46 THUNDER SIGNS WARATAHS STAR 46 IMPARJA CUP GETS ALL CLEAR NTFL RULE STUMPS MCLEOD ETS D NS AR MOTLOP SHOW BOUND FOR ALICE Territorian Daniel Motlop shows off some of his party tricks at the AFL Indigenous camp at National Centre of Excellence in Redfern yesterday. Motlop will be one of the key players for the Indigenous All Stars team that takes on Richmond at Traeger Park, Alice Springs on Friday. Picture: COLLEEN PETCH NT stars set to start FOOTBALL ByGREYMORRIS Aaron Davey ALL-STARS SQUAD Indigenous All-Stars v Richmond: Tony Armstrong, Graham Johncock (Ade); Sam Sheldon (Bris); Andrew Walker, Chris Yarran, Eddie Betts (Car); Patrick Ryder, Leroy Jetta, Alwyn Davey, Courtney Dempsey (Ess); Mathew Stokes (Gee); Curtly Hampton, Gerald Ugle (GWS); Harley Bennell (Gold); Cyril Rioli (Haw); Liam Jurrah, Jamie Bennell, Aaron Davey (Mel); Matt Campbell, Lindsay Thomas, Daniel Wells, Cruize Garlett (NM); Daniel Motlop, Marlon Motlop, Danyle Pearce (Port); Lewis Jetta, Byron Sumner, Adam Goodes (Syd); Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls (WCE); Nathan Djerrkura, Liam Jones, Zephi Skinner (WB). TV: ABC, Friday (8.30pm). DANIEL Motlop and Aaron Davey head up a big list of Territory AFL players set to strut their stuff in an Indigenous AllStars jumper on Friday night. Motlop and Davey are part of a five-strong leadership group under All-Stars skipper Adam Goodes preparing for the biennial exhibition match at Traeger Park in Alice Springs. Adelaide defender Graham Johncock and Hawthorn midfielder Shaun Burgoyne make up the group. Burgoyne will assume an assistant coaching role with Andrew McLeod and Brisbanes three-time premiership player Chris Johnson. All-Stars coach Michael OLoughlin also confirmed Yuendumus Liam Jurrah, Darwins Cyril Junior Boy Rioli and Alwyn Davey were certain starters. Western Bulldogs Nathan Djerrkura and Zephi Skinner, Greater Western Sydneys Curtly Hampton, former Pioneer speedster Matt Campbell, Port Adelaides Marlon Motlop and Geelongs Mathew Stokes complete an 11-strong Territory contingent. Centralian fans will miss out on seeing Hawthorn superstar Lance Franklin, who is recovering from hand surgery. OLoughlin said the players were ready for some match practice after a four-day community camp in Sydney. Its been great down here, but the boys are definitely looking forward to getting a kick and representing their people, he said. This will be a great spectacle for the people of Alice Springs. I would encourage everyone to get down to the ground and have a look at these blokes. You never know when its going to happen again. All Stars jumper revealed: P46
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