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The Northern Territory news Tue 5 Jan 2010



The Northern Territory news Tue 5 Jan 2010

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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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36 Northern Territory News, Tuesday, January 5, 2010 www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 5 -J A N -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 3 6 C O L O R : C M Y K with Andrew Aloia and Justin Raymond Sport put in the picture TAKINGAIM:Yvonne Foster took bronze in sports pistol at the Australian YouthOlympics in Sydney in January 2009 NATIONALLY RANKED: Junior NT squash players Naomi Dobson, Tyas Williams, Shari Fuller, Rachael Carey and coaches Clive Naylor and assistant Jarrod Ashcroft CHASE:Waratahs Peita Starcevic and Darwin Gabrielle Fejo. Picture: STUART WALMSLEYKIWI FLYER: Mitch Evans is only 14, but he can fly in a Formula Ford TROPHY:Queenslander Ashley Ona won the 2009 Australian Girls Amateur Championships held in Alice Springs. Picture: MARIANNA MASSEY YOUNG GUNS: Generation Next was on show in the Darwin Netball League grand final with 15-yearolds Michelle Winch (standing up), Deni Taulelei and Kate Nicholson (seated) playing in a seniors final LISTEN UP:When teenager Declan Howard blew his whistle everyone listened. Young Declan was the man in the middle for a number of junior rugby union games in 2009. Picture: NICK WELSH AS another year clicks over we look back one last time at some of the images thatmade 2009 extra special in Northern Territory sport. Be it golfing glory in Alice Springs, NewZealands fastest rising racer dominating at Hidden Valley or NT squash playersmaking a name for themselves on the national stage,Sports Extra proved a one stop shop for all. From right across the Territory the dedicated team brings you the final edition of a year in pictures. As ever,Sports Extra is for the Territorys unsung codes alongwith our potential-filled juniors. From youngsters to masters, surf life saving and badminton to volleyball, polocrosse to fencing, wewant to hear about it and thenwrite about it. Sports Extrawill recognise achievements, record results and keep you up-to-date on the progress of future Territory, national andworld champions. Contact the sports desk on 8944 9762, or email Andrew Aloia at aloiaa@ntnews.com.au

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