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The Northern Territory news Sat 2 Nov 2019

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Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 2 Nov 2019

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2019-11-02

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

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

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/756107

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/764506

Page content

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 2019 SPORT 53 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA GLENN Maxwell was urged to quit social media by a Melbourne Stars teammate five years ago after a barrage of abuse left the all-rounder shattered. Former Stars captain John Social media hurt Glenn SAM LANDSBERGER Hastings said it was only a matter of time until Maxwell took a break from cricket to deal with his mental health given what he has copped throughout his career. I remember sitting next to him up at the Gabba after a Stars game a few years ago and he said, Have a look at this, Hastings said. It was absolute abuse that he copped and I was like, Mate youve got to get off social media, youve got to stop worrying about this stuff. He takes things very personally and its a real shame this has happened, but hes got a lot of good people around him. Maxwell charged down the Gabba wicket that night but left the ball and was bowled for a golden duck, with footage of a shocked Adam Gilchrist in the commentary box going viral. Maxwell, 31, has 4.6 million fans on Facebook and 1.4 million fans on Twitter. He absorbs plenty of feedback on Twitter, with a lot of it unhealthy. Maxwell has been drafted by Shane Warnes London Spirit to play in The Hundred competition in England next year. While Maxwell will earn $235,000 for the six-week tournament, it will also further eat into a calendar year where he already has a Twenty20 World Cup and is likely to return to the Indian Premier League. Aussie star David Warner in action during his sides T20 International against Sri Lanka at the MCG in Melbourne last night. Warner scored an unbeaten 57 off 50 balls as the hosts romped to victory and a 3-0 series whitewash Picture: AAP IMAGE Warner hits out again as Lankans lose 3-0 AUSTRALIA has completed a crushing 3-0 Twenty20 series clean sweep against Sri Lanka, the home side cruising to a comfortable seven-wicket win in game three at the MCG. In warm conditions last night, Australia made 3-145 after sending the visitors in and restricting them to 6-142 from their 20 overs. Another half-century to player-of-the-match and series David Warner allowed Australia to clinch the win with 14 balls to spare in front of 28,568 fans. Warner, who was not dismissed in three innings this series, was unbeaten on 57 off 50 balls, with four fours and a six. On the back of his 100 in Adelaide and a 60 in Brisbane, Warner was the highest run-scorer in the series with 217, although he did benefit from some luck when he was dropped on 12. Skipper Aaron Finch, who was dropped on 15, departed in the ninth over for 37 from 25 deliveries. REGISTER YOUR TEAM CHALLENGE YOU R MATES CHANCE TO WIN $25K* Open to all participants, but non-Australian residents and other entrants described in the full conditions may be ineligible to win prizes. Enter from 12:01AM AEDT on 30/10/2019, ends at 11:59PM AEST on 8/02/2020. Entrants must be registered users /subscribers /members of the news+ network or registered users / subscribers / members of www.foxsports.com.au. Limit 1 entry per person. Entrants must access their home page at least every 30 days or may be disqualified. Winners determined by Vapormedia at Suite G06/838 Collins St, Docklands VIC 3008 at 10am (local time) on the next business day after completion of each round (Round Prize and Kayo Prize Winners) or on Monday 10/02/2020 (Competition Major Prize Winners). Round Prizes: $1,000 per round. Kayo Prizes: 10 x 3-month Kayo Subscription, (valued at $105 each) per round. Competition Major Prizes: First Place Competition Major Prize $25,000 cash. Second Prize $5,000 cash. Third Prize $3,000 cash. Fourth to Tenth Place Major Prizes: $1,000 cash. Round winners e-mailed within 7 days after completion of each round and their details published online and on the SuperCoach site on dates set out in full conditions. Competition Major Prize winner e-mailed and published online on 10/02/2020 and on the SuperCoach site on 12/02/2020. Promoter: Nationwide News Pty Limited, 2 Holt Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. See website for entry and full conditions inc. privacy statement: http://supercoach.com.au. ACT Permit No. TP 19/04506 Okay Australia , its time to sh ow Warnie, the Su perCoach Coac h, what youre m ade of. Registe r today and star t working on y our banter cos the res $25K up fo r grabs. Get a sle dge-start on yo ur mates now. An d if youre worr ied about crossing the line, this is SuperCoach there is no line ! REGISTER TODAY AT SUPERCOACH.CO M.AU FANTASY GAME IS BACK!A USTRALIAS BEST AND SO IS WARN IE, THE SUPERCO ACH COACH.


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