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Sunday Territorian 6 Oct 2019

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Sunday Territorian 6 Oct 2019

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2019-10-06

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 6 2019 SPORT 47 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Athletics World Championships Day 8 Finals at Doha Men: 400m: 1. Steven Gardiner (BAH) 43.48 secs, 2. Anthony Jose Zambrano (COL) 44.15, 3. Fred Kerley (USA) 44.17, 4. Demish Gaye (JAM) 44.46, 5. Kirani James (GRN) 44.54, 6. Emmanuel Korir (KEN) 44.94, 7. Machel Cedenio (TTO) 45.30, 8. Akeem Bloomfield (JAM) 45.36. 3000m Steeplechase: 1. Conseslus Kipruto (KEN) 8:01:35, 2. Lamecha Girma (ETH) 8:01:36, 3. Soufiane Elbakkali (MAR) 8:03:76, 4. Getnet Wale (ETH) 8:05:21, 5. Djilali Bedrani (FRA) 8:05:23, 6. Benjamin Kigen (KEN) 8:06:95, 7. Abraham Kibiwott (KEN) 8:08:52, 8. Hillary Bor (USA) 8:09:33, 9. Leonard Kipkemoi Bett (KEN) 8:10:64, 10. Stanley Kipkoech Kebenei (USA) 8:11:15, 11. Fernando Carro (ESP) 8:12:31, 12. Andy Bayer (USA) 8:12:47, 13. Avinash Sable (IND) 8:21:37, 14. Matthew Hughes (CAN) 8:24:78, 15. Zak Seddon (GBR) 8:40:23, Chala Beyo (ETH) Did not finish. High Jump: 1. Mutaz Essa Barshim (QAT) 2.37 m, 2. Mikhail Akimenko (RUS) 2.35, 3. Ilya Ivanyuk (RUS) 2.35, 4. Maksim Nedasekau (BLR) 2.33, 5. Luis Enrique Zayas (CUB) 2.30, 6. Brandon Starc (AUS) 2.30, 7. Michael Mason (CAN) 2.30, 8. Hup Wei Lee (MAS) 2.27, 8. Gianmarco Tamberi (ITA) 2.27, 10. Wang Yu (CHN) 2.24, 11. Jeron Robinson (USA) 2.24, 12. Luis Joel Castro (PUR) 2.19 Women: 400m Hurdles: 1. Dalilah Muhammad (USA) 52.16 WR secs, 2. Sydney McLaughlin (USA) 52.23, 3. Rushell Clayton (JAM) 53.74, 4. Lea Sprunger (SUI) 54.06, 5. Zuzana Hejnova (CZE) 54.23, 6. Ashley Spencer (USA) 54.45, 7. Anna Ryzhykova (UKR) 54.45, 8. Sage Watson (CAN) 54.82. Discus: 1. Yaime Perez (CUB) 69.17 m, 2. Denia Caballero (CUB) 68.44, 3. Sandra Perkovic (CRO) 66.72, 4. Chen Yang (CHN) 63.38, 5. Feng Bin (CHN) 62.48, 6. Fernanda Martins (BRA) 62.44, 7. Valarie Allman (USA) 61.82, 8. Nadine Muller (GER) 61.55, 9. Claudine Vita (GER) 60.77, 10. Melina Robert-Michon (FRA) 59.99, 11. Kristin Pudenz (GER) 57.69, Laulauga Tausaga (USA) No mark Baseball MLB Playoffs (Best-of-5) American League Division Series: Game 1 at New York: New York Yankees, 10 Minnesota Twins 4 (New York Yankees leads series 1-0. Game 1 at Houston: Houston Astros 6, Tampa Bay Rays 2 (Houston Astros leads series 1-0) National League Division Series: Game 2 at Atlanta: Atlanta Braves 3, St. Louis Cardinals 0 (Series tied 1-1). Game 2 at Los Angeles: Washington Nationals 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (Series tied at 1-1) Basketball NBL, Rd 1 SOUTH EAST MELBOURNE 91 (M Creek 28 J Roberson 20 K Adnam 11) d MELBOURNE UNITED 88 (C Goulding 27 S Long 26 R Trimble 16) at Melbourne Arena. SYDNEY KINGS 79 (C Ware 23 K Lisch 18 J Tate 14) d CAIRNS TAIPANS 71 (K Noi 14 C Oliver 13 S Machado 13) at Cairns Convention Centre. PERTH WILDCATS 94 (B Cotton 21 T White 20 N Kay 18) bt MELBOURNE UNITED 93 (R Trimble 25 M Mccarron 17 S Long 15) at RAC Arena. Standings P W L Pts Won Sydney Kings 1 1 0 111.27 100.00 South East Melbourne 1 1 0 103.41 100.00 Melbourne United 1 0 1 96.70 0.00 Cairns Taipans 1 0 1 89.87 0.00 Adelaide36ers 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 Brisbane Bullets 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 Illawarra Hawks 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 NZ Breakers 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 Perth Wildcats 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 Cricket First Womens ODI Australia v Sri Lanka at Allan Border Field, Brisbane AUSTRALIA Innings R HAYNES c Sanjeewani b Siriwardene. 56 (76) A HEALY c & b Kulasuriya . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 (8) M LANNING c Manodara b Ranasinghe . 73 (66) E PERRY run out (Karunaratne) . . . . . . 19 (23) B MOONEY st Sanjeewani b Ranaweera . . 66 (68) A GARDNER c Siriwardene b Prabodhani . . . 7 (10) N CAREY c Sanjeewani b Ranasinghe . . 19 (22) J JONASSEN c Madavi b Prabodhani . . . . . 7 (9) G WAREHAM not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 (18) M SCHUTT not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (0) Extras (1b 6w) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Eight wickets for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281 Fall: 12, 138, 146, 188, 203, 247, 255, 274 Bowling: U Prabodhani 9-0-46-2, A Kulasuriya 9-0-54-1, O Ranasinghe 10-0-67-2 (1w), I Ranaweera 9-0-46-1, H Madavi 1-0-10-0 (1w/5), C Atapattu 2-0-13-0, S Siriwardene 10-0-44-1. Overs: 50 SRI LANKA Innings C ATAPATTU c Mooney b Jonassen . . . . 13 (32) A SANJEEWANI b Perry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (1) H MADAVI c Healy b Vlaeminck. . . . . . . 22 (25) H KARUNARATNE run out (Haynes) . . . 17 (42) D MANODARA lbw Jonassen . . . . . . . . . 14 (33) S SIRIWARDENE c Perry b Gardner . . . . 30 (51) N DE SILVA c Healy b Wareham. . . . . . . . 8 (30) O RANASINGHE run out (Schutt) . . . . . . . 2 (3) U PRABODHANI not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (16) A KULASURIYA b Gardner . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (10) I RANAWEERA c Haynes b Vlaeminck . . . . 1 (7) Extras (1b 4lb 10w 1nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Fall: 3, 35, 46, 64, 89, 110, 117, 117, 119, 124 Bowling: E Perry 3-0-13-1, M Schutt 3-018-0 (1nb), T Vlaeminck 7.3-3-14-2 (3w/5), J Jonassen 8-2-17-2, A Gardner 9-4-9-2, G Wareham 8-1-36-1 (1w/5), N Carey 3-0-12-0 Overs: 41.3 Result: Australia won by 157 runs Player of the Match: Meg Lanning Series: Australia leads the 3-match series 1-0 First Test India v South Africa Day 4 tea at Visakhapatnam INDIA 1st innings 7 (dec)-502 SOUTH AFRICA 1st innings D ELGAR c Pujara b Jadeja. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 A MARKRAM b Ashwin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 T de BRUYN c Saha b Ashwin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 D PIEDT b Jadeja . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 T BAVUMA lbw I Sharma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 F du PLESSIS c Pujara b Ashwin . . . . . . . . . . 55 Q de KOCK b Ashwin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 S MUTHUSAMY not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 V PHILANDER b Ashwin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 K MAHARAJ c Agarwal b Ashwin. . . . . . . . . . . 9 K RABADA lbw Ashwin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Extras (12b 4lb 5nb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 All out for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 431 Fall: 14, 31, 34, 63, 178, 342, 370, 376, 396, 431 Bowling: I Sharma 16-2-54-1 (1nb), M Shami 18-4-47-0 (1nb), R Ashwin 46.2-11-145-7, R Jadeja 40-5-124-2 (1nb), H Vihari 9-1-38-0 (2nb), Ro Sharma 2-1-7-0. Overs: 131.2 INDIA 2nd innings M AGARWAL c du Plessis b Maharaj . . . . . . . . 7 Ro SHARMA not out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 C PUJARA not out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Extras (8b 1lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 One wicket for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Fall: 21 Bowling: V Philander 9-5-10-0, K Maharaj 160-75-1, K Rabada 10-3-26-0, D Piedt 11-3-420, S Muthusamy 2-0-13-0. Overs: 48 Golf US PGA Shriners Open Second round at Las Vegas (par-71) 130: Patrick Cantlay (USA) 66 64, Lucas Glover (USA) 67 63, Kevin Na (USA) 68 62, Brian Stuard (USA) 65 65; 131: Matt Jones (AUS) 68 63; 132: Scott Stallings (USA) 67 65, Nick Taylor (CAN) 63 69, Sam Ryder (USA) 65 67, Lanto Griffin (USA) 67 65, Beau Hossler (USA) 67 65; 133: Adam Hadwin (CAN) 67 66, Webb Simpson (USA) 67 66, Collin Morikawa (USA) 67 66, Martin Laird (SCO) 68 65, Cameron Smith (AUS) 69 64, Ryan Moore (USA) 69 64, Patton Kizzire (USA) 66 67, Adam Scott (AUS) 66 67, Daniel Berger (USA) 66 67, Pat Perez (USA) 69 64; 134: Jim Furyk (USA) 68 66, Gary Woodland (USA) 69 65, Andrew Putnam (USA) 68 66, Brian Gay (USA) 65 69, Phil Mickelson (USA) 65 69, Ben Taylor (ENG) 67 67, Scottie Scheffler (USA) 67 67, Joel Dahmen (USA) 70 64, Chesson Hadley (USA) 68 66, Bronson Burgoon (USA) 66 68, Kang Sunghoon (KOR) 71 63, Bryson DeChambeau (USA) 66 68, Troy Merritt (USA) 66 68, Maverick McNealy (USA) 65 69; Other Australians: 136: Jack Trent 67 69, Aaron Baddeley 67 69; Missed The Cut: 139: Rod Pampling 67 72, Cameron Percy 72 67 European Tour Spanish Open Second round at Girona, Spain (par-71) 131: Rafael Cabrera (ESP) 66 65, Adria Arnaus (ESP) 65 66; 132: Samuel Del Val (ESP) 67 65; 133: Jon Rahm (ESP) 66 67; 134: Zander Lombard (RSA) 67 67; 135: Marcel Siem (GER) 66 69, Mikko Korhonen (FIN) 70 65, Jason Scrivener (AUS) 67 68; 136: Per Langfors (SWE) 68 68, Kristian Krogh (NOR) 63 73, Steven Brown (ENG) 68 68, Adrian Otaegui (ESP) 67 69, Nino Bertasio (ITA) 69 67; 137: Jamie Donaldson (WAL) 66 71, Jens Dantorp (SWE) 67 70, Ross Fisher (ENG) 69 68, Dean Burmester (RSA) 66 71, Jack Singh Brar (ENG) 68 69, Masahiro Kawamura (JPN) 70 67; 138: Edoardo Molinari (ITA) 69 69, Joachim Hansen (DEN) 69 69, Nick McCarthy (ENG) 70 68, Rikard Karlberg (SWE) 70 68, Sergio Garcia (ESP) 69 69, Jake McLeod (AUS) 68 70; Other Australians: 139: Deyen Lawson 68 71; 141: Dimitrios Papadatos 70 71, Brett Rumford 70 71. Missed The Cut: 143: Marcus Fraser 73 70; 145: Nick Cullen 71 74; 148: Wade Ormsby 76 72 LPGA Volunteers of America Classic Second round at Texas (par-71) 133: Brittany Altomare (USA) 67 66, Alena Sharp (CAN) 68 65, Cheyenne Knight (USA) 66 67; 134: Stephanie Meadow (NIR) 63 71; 135: Katherine Perry (USA) 67 68, Jaye Marie Green (USA) 67 68; 136: Caroline Hedwall (SWE) 69 67, Jane Park (USA) 69 67, Georgia Hall (ENG) 68 68, Ariya Jutanugarn (THA) 68 68, Hsu WeiLing (TPE) 68 68; 137: Park Inbee (KOR) 67 70, Chun In Gee (KOR) 68 69, Maria Fassi (MEX) 70 67, Daniela Darquea (ECU) 70 67, Jodi Ewart Shadoff (ENG) 68 69, Dori Carter (USA) 65 72, Kim Sei Young (KOR) 68 69, Lee6 Jeongeun (KOR) 67 70; 138: Kristen Gillman (USA) 67 71, Pornanong Phatlum (THA) 68 70, Brooke Henderson (CAN) 71 67, Kim Hyo Joo (KOR) 70 68, Jennifer Song (USA) 68 70, Pavarisa Yoktuan (THA) 70 68, Sakura Yokomine (JPN) 69 69, Amy Olson (USA) 65 73; Australian: 144: Hannah Green 68 76. Missed The Cut: 147: Katherine Kirk 73 74; 148: Sarah Kemp 74 74; 150: Su Oh 78 72 Ice Hockey NHL (home team in CAPS) PHILADELPHIA FLYERS 4 Chicago Blackhawks 3; Vegas Golden Knights 5 SAN JOSE SHARKS 1; Winnipeg Jets 5 NEW JERSEY DEVILS 4 SO; Washington Capitals 2 NEW YORK ISLANDERS 1; Toronto Maple Leafs 4 COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 1 Rugby League English Super League Preliminary Final SALFORD RED DEVILS 28 (Dudson, Lussick, Mossop tries Inu 8 goals) d WIGAN WARRIORS 4 (French try) at DW Stadium. Rugby Union World Cup in Japan Pool B: SOUTH AFRICA 49 (Cheslin Kolbe 2, Lukhanyo Am, Makazole Mapimpi, Malcolm Marx, Bongi Mbonambi, RG Snyman tries Handre Pollard 4 cons 2 pens) d ITALY 3 (Tommaso Allan pen) at Shizuoka Stadium. Referee: Wayne Barnes. Standings P W D L PF PA PD BP Pts South Africa 3 2 0 1 119 29 90 2 10 Italy 3 2 0 1 98 78 20 2 10 New Zealand 2 2 0 0 86 13 73 1 9 Namibia 2 0 0 2 25 104 -79 0 0 Canada 2 0 0 2 7 111 -104 0 0 Pool C: ENGLAND 39 (Luke Cowan-Dickie, Elliot Daly, George Ford, Jonny May, Jack Nowell, Ben Youngs tries Owen Farrell 3 cons pen) d ARGENTINA 10 (Matias Moroni try Emiliano Boffelli con Benjamin Urdapilleta pen) at Tokyo Olympic Stadium. Referee: Nigel Owens. P W D L PF PA PD BP Pts England 3 3 0 0 119 20 99 3 15 France 2 2 0 0 56 30 26 1 9 Argentina 3 1 0 2 59 74 -15 2 6 Tonga 2 0 0 2 15 63 -48 0 0 USA 2 0 0 2 16 78 -62 0 0 Pool D: AUSTRALIA 45 (Dane Haylett-Petty 2, Tevita Kuridrani 2, Will Genia, Jordan Petaia, James Slipper tries Christian Lealiifano 5 cons) d URUGUAY 10 (Manuel Diana try Felipe Berchesi con pen) at Oita Stadium. Referee: Mathieu Raynal. P W D L PF PA PD BP Pts Australia 3 2 0 1 109 60 49 3 11 Wales 2 2 0 0 72 39 33 1 9 Fiji 3 1 0 2 93 79 14 3 7 Georgia 3 1 0 2 57 95 -38 1 5 Uruguay 3 1 0 2 47 105 -58 0 4 Soccer English Championship Birmingham City 2 (Villalba 33, Bailey 89) Middlesbrough 1 (Ayala 87) Standings P W D L F A Pts Swansea 10 6 3 1 15 7 21 Leeds United 10 6 2 2 14 5 20 West Brom 10 5 4 1 17 11 19 Nottingham Forest 10 5 4 1 15 9 19 Fulham 10 5 3 2 18 8 18 Preston North End 10 5 3 2 18 11 18 Bristol City 10 4 5 1 17 13 17 Charlton Athletic 10 5 2 3 13 10 17 Sheffield Wednesday 10 5 1 4 15 9 16 Cardiff City 10 4 4 2 14 12 16 QPR 10 5 1 4 14 17 16 Birmingham City 11 5 1 5 11 14 16 Blackburn Rovers 10 4 2 4 11 11 14 Hull City 10 3 4 3 14 13 13 Brentford 10 3 3 4 9 8 12 Derby County 10 2 6 2 13 15 12 Luton Town 10 3 2 5 15 18 11 Millwall 10 2 5 3 8 13 11 Wigan Athletic 10 3 2 5 9 15 11 Middlesbrough 11 2 4 5 11 16 10 Reading 10 2 2 6 11 16 8 Barnsley 10 1 3 6 7 17 6 Huddersfield Town 10 1 2 7 9 18 5 Stoke City 10 0 2 8 9 21 2 Leading Goalscorers: 7: Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Ollie Watkins (Brentford) 6: Borja Baston (Swansea) 5: Daniel Johnson (Preston North End), James Collins (Luton Town), Jordan Hugill (QPR), Karlan Grant (Huddersfield Town), Lewis Grabban (Nottingham Forest), Lyle Taylor (Charlton Athletic), Nahki Wells (QPR), Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday), Tom Cairney (Fulham) Spanish First Division Betis 1 (Moron 66) SD Eibar 1 (Orellana 34 pen) Send-offs: (Escalante 91 - SD Eibar) Bundesliga Hertha Berlin 3 (Ibisevic 37, Dilrosun 44, Darida 62) Fortuna Dusseldorf 1 (Hennings 32 pen) French First Division Amiens SC 3 (Aleesami 11, Guirassy 41 pen, Mendoza 90+1) Marseille 1 (Benedetto 23) Tennis Japan Open at Tokyo Men, Quarterfinals (prefix denotes seeding): 3-David Goffin (BEL) d Chung Hyeon (KOR) 6-2 6-2; 1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) d 5-Lucas Pouille (FRA) 6-1 6-2. John Millman (AUS) d Taro Daniel (JPN) 6-4 6-0. Reilly Opelka (USA) d Yasutaka Uchiyama (JPN) 6-3 6-3. Semifinals: 1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) d 3-David Goffin (BEL) 6-3 6-4; John Millman (AUS) d Reilly Opelka (USA) 6-3 7-6(4). China Open at Beijing Men, Quarterfinals: 2-Alexander Zverev (GER) d Sam Querrey (USA) 7-6(3) 6-2; 3-Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) d John Isner (USA) 7-6(3) 6-3; 1-Dominic Thiem (AUT) d Andy Murray (GBR) 6-2 7-6(3); 4-Karen Khachanov (RUS) d 6-Fabio Fognini (ITA) 3-6 6-3 6-1 Women, Quarterfinals: 4-Naomi Osaka (JPN) d 5-Bianca Andreescu (CAN) 5-7 6-3 6-4; 16-Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) d Daria Kasatkina (RUS) 6-3 7-6(5); 8-Kiki Bertens (NED) d 3-Elina Svitolina (UKR) 7-6(6) 6-2; 1-Ashleigh Barty (AUS) d 7-Petra Kvitova (CZE) 4-6 6-4 6-3 Semifinals: 1-Ashleigh Barty (AUS) d 8-Kiki Bertens (NED) 6-3 3-6 7-6(7). Horse Racing Yesterdays Dividends DARWIN (DR) Race 1: 7 Perpetual Bliss $11.50 $2.10 2 Alassak $1.50 5 Evil Dreams $2.10. Q: $17.00. E: $90.40. T: $428.80. A2: 2-7: $5.10, 5-7: $15.10, 2-5: $4.10. FIRST 4: (7 2 5 3) $2,997.40. All Started. Race 2: 6 Hindley Street $13.80 $3.80 8 Strategic Jeuny $3.60 4 Skaldak $1.10. Q: $74.70. E: $276.50. T: $2,576.00. A2: 6-8: $35.00, 4-6: $18.80, 4-8: $28.10. FIRST 4: (6 8 4 7) $1,307.00. Scr: 10. Race 3: 7 Restless $12.60 $3.20 3 Bon Aire $1.60 2 Trebla $1.60. Q: $12.00. E: $92.20. T: $237.30. A2: 3-7: $5.90, 2-7: $4.50, 2-3: $2.70. FIRST 4: (7 3 2 6) $896.20. All Started. Race 4: 5 Frilly Design $4.90 $1.30 8 Kalmar $1.40 3 Polleny $3.60. Q: $9.50. E: $17.00. T: $460.90. A2: 5-8: $2.10, 3-5: $31.60, 3-8: $18.00. FIRST 4: (5 8 3 2) $891.80. Scr: 4. Race 5: 8 Harmonium Bells $14.70 $4.00 1 The Captain $1.80 7 So Stoic NTD. Q: $22.10. E: $117.20. T: $380.80. FIRST 4: (8 1 7 3) $3,310.40. Scr: 2,5. EXTRA DOUBLE: 7 Perpetual Bliss 6 Hindley Street $283.70. Sub: 4 5. DOUBLE: 5 Frilly Design 8 Harmonium Bells $58.20. Sub: 7 4. TREBLE: 7 Restless 5 Frilly Design 8 Harmonium Bells $108.20. Sub: 3 7 4. QUADDIE: 6 Hindley Street 7 Restless 5 Frilly Design 8 Harmonium Bells: Not won pool jackpots. Sub: 5 3 7 4. www.ntnews.com.au Saturday, February 1, 2014. NT NEWS. 41 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:1-FEGE:41 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l SPORT McCrone aRoo in themaking NEWS Canberra coach Ricky Stuart dangled a big, fat representative jersey carrot in front of JoshMcCrone when convincing him to switch to hooker full-time. Stuart, who left Parramatta to coach the Raiders after the sacking of David Furner, has wasted no time stamping his authority on his new team, training them in 40C heat and sending them to aweek-long elite training camp. The former NSW and Australia coach has seen big potential for McCrone at hooker. Faith inMoses to deliver title MOSESWigness has taken over the reins again at Brothers Rugby League club for the 2014 season. Wigness, who coached the club for three years and won the 2010 and 2011 premierships, replaces Anthoiny Castro who had held the position for the past two seasons. The clubs seniors sign-on day is at Airport Tavern today from 1pm. Brothers spokesman John Adams said the clubwanted to regain the premiership that they lost to Palmerston last year. New rules to endmass debates MANLY coach Geoff Toovey says captain Jamie Lyon wont have to change his on-field approach to referees despite recent NRL rule changes. Lyon and Canterburys Michael Ennis are seen as two of the games leading debaters when it comes to arguing withmatch officials. But they are set to be stymied by a new law that limits where andwhen captains can speak to refs. Under new rules captains will only be able to speak to refs during a stoppage in play. Basketball NBA Home team in CAPS: INDIANA PACERS 94 Phoenix Suns 102; GOLDEN STATEWARRIORS 111 L.A. Clip pers 92; NEW YORK KNICKS 117 Cleveland Cava liers 86. Cricket Womens Twenty20 inMelbourne England Innings C EDWARDS c&bOsborne.............................. 28 (34) DWYATTbFerling................................................. 0 (2) S TAYLORbFerling.............................................. 8 (10) LGREENWAY cOsbornebPerry..................... 15 (16) NSCIVER lbw Jonassen........................................ 4 (9) ABRINDLEnot out ............................................. 26 (26) A JONESbFarrell 14................................................ (22) LWINFIELDnot out................................................ 1 (1) Sundries (1lb 1w)......................................................... 2 SIXwickets for ........................................................... 98 Fall: 5 (Wyatt), 25 (Taylor), 48 (Greenway), 56 (Sciver), 62 (Edwards), 97 (Jones). Bowling: H Ferling 3-0-14-2, J Hunter 2-0-11-0, R Farrell 4-0-17-1, E Perry 3-0-19-1 (1w), J Jonassen 4-0-17-1, EOsborne 4-0-19-1.Overs: 20. Australia Innings EVILLANIbHazell ............................................. 16 (17) AHEALYnot out................................................. 37 (43) MLANNING cGreenwayb Elwiss................... 42 (28) J CAMERONbBrindle............................................ 0 (2) ABLACKWELLnot out........................................... 1 (2) Sundries (2w1nb) ....................................................... 3 THREEwickets for ..................................................... 99 Fall: 25 (Villani), 94 (Lanning), 94 (Cameron). Bowling: D Hazell 4-0-11-1, K Cross 2-0-20-0 (2w), N Sciver 2-0-18-0, G Elwiss 3.1-0-19-1, D Wyatt 2-0-22-0 (1nb), A Brindle 2-0-9-1.Overs: 15.1. Player of theMatch:Holly Ferling. IceHockey NHL Home team in CAPS: OTTAWA SENATORS 5 Tampa Bay Lightning 3; New Jersey Devils 3 DALLAS STARS 2 OT; Pittsburgh Penguins 4 LOS ANGELES KINGS 1;Montreal Canadiens 4 BOSTONBRUINS 1; TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS 6 Florida Panthers 3; COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 5Washington Capitals 2; COLORADO AVALANCHE 5 Minnesota Wild 4; CALGARY FLAMES 4 San Jose Sharks 1; Buffalo Sabres 3 PHOENIX COYOTES 2; ANAHEIM DUCKS 5 Philadelphia Flyers 3. HorseRacing Yesterdays TattsBet Dividends TAMWORTH (CR) Race 1: 8 Gelsomina $5.10 $1.70 4 October Magic $2.70 3 Jeterin $1.90. Q: $24.20. E: $63.00. T: $159.30. A2: 4-8: $8.30, 3-8: $4.30, 3-4: $5.80. Scr: 7. Race 2: 3 Another Snappy $8.50 $2.40 4 El Tabar $1.60 8 Monaco Ponds $1.70. Q: $16.00. E: $35.00. T: $124.40. A2: 3-4: $5.10, 3-8: $8.40, 4-8: $3.00. Scr: 1,6L. Race 3: 12 Subtract $5.60 $1.90 5 Dance Chelle $4.20 3 My Chum Charlie $1.80. Q: $69.40. E: $131.40. T: $569.60. A2: 5-12: $13.20, 3-12: $4.70, 3-5: $8.20. Scr: 1,7. Race 4: 8 Border Flight $2.50 $1.60 1 Slate On Edge $1.40 2 DontMove $1.30. Q: $6.00. E: $11.60. T: $29.80. A2: 1-8: $3.50, 2-8: $2.80, 1-2: $2.80. All Started. Race 5: 4 Space Invader $4.40 $1.90 7 Ima Gonski $3.70 14 Universal Miss $1.80. Q: $28.70. E: $45.40. T: $238.10. A2: 4-7: $11.30, 4-14: $4.30, 7-14: $9.80. FIRST 4: (4 7 14 16) $3,573.60. Scr: 3,5,17,18. Race 6: 1 Frankiefourfingers $4.40 $1.60 8 Just Cooking $1.40 2 Commentz $1.80. Q: $10.90. E: $21.90. T: $78.80. A2: 1-8: $4.40, 1-2: $2.10, 2-8: $2.70. FIRST 4: (1 8 2 9) $544.00. Scr: 5L. Race 7: 3 Dayarma $3.80 $1.40 9 Jewels Shadow $1.40 4 Meghalaya $2.50. Q: $6.00. E: $13.70. T: $73.20. A2: 3-9: $2.30, 3-4: $6.80, 4-9: $5.10. FIRST 4: (3 9 4 5) $192.80. Scr: 1,6. Race 8: 2 Flight In Space $4.10 $1.60 1 Irish Teardrop $1.20 9 Rockatorio $2.60. Q: $5.80. E: $15.80. T: $92.60. A2: 1-2: $2.10, 2-9: $7.00, 1-9: $4.80. FIRST 4: (2 1 9 3) $360.80. Scr: 10. Extra Double: 12 Subtract 8 Border Flight $36.70. Double: 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $21.50. Treble: 1 Frankiefourfingers 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $240.00. Quaddie: 4 Space Invader 1 Frankiefourfingers 3 Dayarma 2 Flight In Space $647.40. IPSWICH (BR) Race 1: 3 World Series $7.70 $2.20 6 Danehill Native $1.50 9 Tycoon Sid $1.70. Q: $11.00. E: $23.40. T: $66.20. A2: 3-6: $2.30, 3-9: $4.60, 6-9: $3.80. FIRST 4: (3 6 9 4) $366.20. Scr: 5. Race 2: 1 Billabong Bird $14.30 $3.30 7 Dragon Tale $1.50 3 Love Stories $1.10. Q: $21.30. E: $91.20. T: $141.30. A2: 1-7: $7.10, 1-3: $5.50, 3-7: $1.80. FIRST 4: (1 7 3 2) $916.20. All Started. Race 3: 4 Racing In The Wind $2.10 $1.20 6 Aint Going Down $6.20 3 GreyMatter $3.70. Q: $36.10. E: $59.60. T: $456.50. A2: 4-6: $16.00, 3-4: $5.30, 3-6: $33.10. FIRST 4: (4 6 3 5) $6,257.60. Scr: 7,12,13. Race 4: 10 Decillion $24.20 $5.90 11 Bold Embrace $3.40 7 County Gold $2.10. Q: $127.00. E: $245.50. T: $3,349.80. A2: 10-11: $31.20, 7-10: $25.40, 7-11: $9.10. FIRST 4: (10 11 7 8) $10,162.40. All Started. Race 5: 10 Beau Boy $38.60 $5.10 2 Nature Bites $1.80 7 Sextant $3.30. Q: $75.30. E: $231.10. T: $1,309.90. A2: 2-10: $11.20, 7-10: $30.90, 2-7: $16.30. FIRST 4: (10 2 7 5) $11,826.60. Scr: 1,4. Race 6: 3 Adenarius $31.50 $4.30 10 Hardley $1.00 2 Warhogg $1.60. Q: $27.10. E: $165.40. T: $291.30. A2: 3-10: $8.50, 2-3: $9.20, 2-10: $1.80. FIRST 4: (3 10 2 8) $1,492.60. Scr: 1,5,11. Race 7: 13HazyHunter $16.70 $4.30 7 Super Sorted $2.20 10 Outback Lass $4.70. Q: $37.20. E: $116.00. T: $1,555.30. A2: 7-13: $24.20, 10-13: $30.90, 7-10: $18.00. FIRST 4: (13 7 10 5) $7,128.60. Scr: 2,14. Extra Double: 1 Billabong Bird 4 Racing In The Wind $59.30. Double: 3 Adenarius 13 Hazy Hunter $393.00. Treble: 10 Beau Boy 3 Adenarius 13 Hazy Hunter $4,554.20. Quaddie: 10 Decillion 10 Beau Boy 3Adenarius 13HazyHunter $26,293.40. ESPERANCE (PR) Race 1: 2 Hussars $1.90 $1.30 1 Born To Excel $2.30 4 Grey Jabiru NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $5.00. T: $31.20. All Started. Race 2: 9 Its Scandalous $3.70 $2.00 1 Forebear $7.00 4 Wasnt Me Officer $2.10. Q: $42.90. E: $70.90. T: $266.00. A2: 1-9: $21.10, 4-9: $5.80, 1-4: $27.90. Scr: 7,11. Race 3: 4 Oroya $6.70 $1.50 10 Tully Dayo $2.60 1 Bear Trader $1.60. Q: $25.10. E: $43.60. T: $161.80. A2: 4-10: $7.80, 1-4: $4.40, 1-10: $7.30. Scr: 3,8L. Race 4: 3 Star Crest $3.30 $1.50 1 Battle Emblem $4.40 7 Encoded $1.60. Q: $32.70. E: $40.10. T: $250.20. A2: 1-3: $10.60, 3-7: $6.30, 1-7: $9.40. Scr: 9. Race 5: 4 DukeOf Downs $6.00 $1.50 1Master Robson $1.90 2 Martinka $1.10. Q: $13.00. E: $35.70. T: $64.60. A2: 1-4: $4.80, 2-4: $4.90, 1-2: $5.50. Scr: 10. Race 6: 4 Secret Ceremony $5.00 $1.60 3 Mosalishus $1.40 1 Monumental $5.20. Q: $11.60. E: $14.00. T: $208.00. A2: 3-4: $7.20, 1-4: $16.80, 1-3: $32.30. Scr: 7. Race 7: 12 Honors Secret $24.10 $7.00 14 Zippron $15.30 5 Cant You See That $2.40. Q: $547.70. E: $544.80. T: $6,496.40. A2: 12-14: $84.30, 5-12: $31.10, 5-14: $179.00. All Started. EXTRA DOUBLE: 9 Its Scandalous 4 Oroya $39.00. DOUBLE: 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $166.50. TREBLE: 4 Duke Of Downs 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $798.50. QUADDIE: 3 Star Crest 4 Duke Of Downs 4 Secret Ceremony 12 Honors Secret $3,057.30. ALBURY (NR) Race 1: 4 Bay Of Biscay $12.80 $3.50 2 Rusty Motorbike $2.50 7 Athlone River $1.50. Q: $42.80. E: $98.70. T: $563.70. A2: 2-4: $13.50, 4-7: $7.40, 2-7: $6.30. Scr: 9,11. Race 2: 6 Anotherwayout $14.90 $3.60 10 Nariel Dash $10.10 13 Emconi $1.70. Q: $311.00. E: $434.50. T: $4,474.70. A2: 6-10: $139.50, 6-13: $11.80, 10-13: $24.20. Scr: 9,12,16. Race 3: 4 Marble Prince $2.40 $1.10 1 Montana Man $1.90 6 Front Pew $3.20. Q: $5.80. E: $11.80. T: $57.10. A2: 1-4: $4.70, 4-6: $5.00, 1-6: $12.90. Scr: 9L. Race 4: 4 Bangatang $3.50 $1.50 6 New Moves $1.80 2 Cee Cee n Dry $2.40. Q: $9.80. E: $12.40. T: $94.70. A2: 4-6: $4.70, 2-4: $4.20, 2-6: $9.80. All Start ed. Race 5: 10 Arctic Grey $18.60 $4.60 8 Koel $1.70 4 Areteare $4.00. Q: $36.60. E: $154.80. T: $739.20. A2: 8-10: $10.10, 4-10: $36.80, 4-8: $12.90. FIRST 4: (10 8 4 7) $2,481.40. All Started. Race 6: 4 Gunner $23.30 $5.00 8 Stradas Diamond $2.00 3 Lateandknewit $2.40. Q: $45.70. E: $226.90. T: $1,225.40. A2: 4-8: $14.30, 3-4: $15.80, 3-8: $10.20. FIRST 4: (4 8 3 7) $6,403.20. Scr: 6. Race 7: 5 Steakandbearnaise $1.80 $1.30 8 Late Starter $3.60 10 My Buddy Ripper $3.30. Q: $15.40. E: $19.10. T: $154.30. A2: 5-8: $5.10, 5-10: $4.70, 8-10: $21.60. FIRST 4: (5 8 10 4) $953.00. Scr: 7. Race 8: 2 Looksmart $5.30 $1.90 4 The Sands $2.10 6 Albykita Magic $3.00. Q: $10.20. E: $21.10. T: $105.40. A2: 2-4: $5.10, 2-6: $7.90, 4-6: $7.60. FIRST 4: (2 4 6 3) $1,144.20. Scr: 1,11,15L. EXTRA DOUBLE: 4 Marble Prince 4 Bangatang $10.60. DOUBLE: 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $16.90. TREBLE: 4 Gunner 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $464.60. QUADDIE: 10 Arctic Grey 4 Gunner 5 Steakandbearnaise 2 Looksmart $7,247.50. ARARAT (VR) Race 1: 1 Bench And Bar $2.70 $1.40 8 Port Hercule $1.20 6 Megastrike Mike $9.20. Q: $3.70. E: $9.30. T: $178.70. A2: 1-8: $2.50, 1-6: $20.80, 6-8: $34.00. All Started. Race 2: 4 Giacinta $3.30 $1.60 6 Queen Of The Ark $3.00 8 Sky Brook $6.00. Q: $19.70. E: $27.90. T: $584.50. A2: 4-6: $8.90, 4-8: $37.00, 6-8: $53.60. Scr: 7. Race 3: 1 My Jessy $2.70 $1.20 3 Miss Adelaide $1.80 4 My Bare Lady NTD. Q: $3.50. E: $7.20. T: $36.20. Scr: 5. Race 4: 6 Sky Disk $1.80 $1.10 4 In A Perfect World $1.10 3 Sonic Sound $2.10. Q: $1.80. E: $2.70. T: $11.40. A2: 4-6: $1.30, 3-6: $4.30, 3-4: $2.70. Scr: 7,10. Race 5: 2Mr Cooley $2.70 $1.60 7MioModo $1.60 1 Knox NTD. Q: $5.10. E: $9.80. T: $35.80. FIRST 4: (2 7 1 3) $36.40. Scr: 4,5. Race 6: 1 Bernies Boy $10.70 $2.90 6Wilshire Flyer $2.70 2 Tooleybuc Kid NTD. Q: $43.70. E: $67.10. T: $144.80. FIRST 4: (1 6 2 5) $728.00. All Started. Race 7: 3 Gypsy Boy $12.30 $2.80 4 Hollow Log $3.40 1 Leaping Leroy $2.80. Q: $97.30. E: $172.50. T: $801.80. A2: 3-4: $15.80, 1-3: $13.00, 1-4: $23.90. FIRST 4: (3 4 1 8) $7,798.60. All Started. Race 8: 5 Cult Of Isis $2.10 NPP 6 Magic Curves NPP 2 Ekibuuka NTD. Q: $2.90. E: $3.50. T: $11.00. FIRST 4: (5 6 2 4) $14.20. Scr: 1,3,7,8. EXTRA DOUBLE: 1 My Jessy 6 Sky Disk $8.90. DOUBLE: 3 Gypsy Boy 5 Cult Of Isis $36.50. TREBLE: 1 Bernies Boy 3 Gypsy Boy 5 Cult Of Isis $313.70. QUADDIE: 2 Mr Cooley 1 Bernies Boy 3 Gypsy Boy 5Cult Of Isis $1,172.40. Lachlan schooled by Shark RUGBY LEAGUE ByDOUGBOOTH MacKillop Sharks centre Levi Russell with student Lachlan Miller at the merger announcement yesterday Picture: JUSTIN SANSON LACHLAN Miller wants to play senior rugby league when he grows up. The MacKillop Catholic College student discovered plenty of ways to help him reach that goal from the now MacKillop Sharks hardtackling centre Levi Russell yesterday. Lachlan, 13, and Russell, 22, were integral parts of the launch to merge the Sharks with the Palmerstonbased college. I like rugby league because of the teamwork that is involved in playing, said Lachlan, who has been playing the game for four years. It is not just a one-man game. I like running with the ball and scoring tries. Russell said young players such as Lachlan were the future of the 13-a-side game. We are looking for a premiership this season and building links such as this is vital for the future, he said. College principal Loretta Graham said MacKillop was trying to build a community spirit through sporting organisations and this was another step forward. David Graham is the Year 8 music co-ordinator at MacKillop but his other passion is rugby league. Growing up in Cairns, he played his first rugby league in Queensland and last year he was with the Palmerston Raiders. However, as the brainchild behind the merger of the school and club, he has new allegiances. The Palmerston demographic is much different to Darwin, Graham said. Queensland and NSW influence the culture. Graham said the merger would help provide a grassroots pathway that had not existed before in rugby league in the Northern Territory. It is important that we try and bridge the gap between school and club, he said. The Sharks will hold their senior sign-on at Mary MacKillop School today from 10am. Read an exclusive interview with Darwins Joel Romelo in tomorrows SundayTerritorian. RIGHT: Matt To'omua Picture: AFP PLAYING Namibia will be exactly the same as playing South Africa, England or any other rugby heavyweight and ominously the All Blacks are treating their clash with the lowest-ranked side at the World Cup as such. The All Blacks are expected to comfortably account for the southern Africans at Tokyo Stadium today and put one foot in the quarter-finals. The three-times world champions are projected to win Pool B but could still be pipped in the more than unlikely event that Italy records its first victory over Steve Hansens side next week in Toyota City with a bonus point. TEVITA Kuridrani and Dane Haylett-Petty crossed for two tries each in a 45-10 win over Uruguay yesterday that did little to enhance confidence in Australias title credentials at the Rugby World Cup. Expected to win comfortably, the Wallabies handicapped themselves with some lazy tackling techniques, poor tactical and scrum options and by conceding a one-man advantage for 20 of the first 40 minutes. The Australians led 19-3 at halftime despite two yellow cards for high tackles. Lock Adam Coleman was yellow-carded for a high hit on Aussies in messy win ASSOCIATED PRESS fullback Rodrigo Silva in the 14th minute, and blindside flanker Lukhan Salakaia-Loto got 10 minutes for a high shot in the 29th. In and around that, tries to wingers Haylett-Petty in the sixth and to 19-year-old Jordan Petaia, who scored with his second touch in Test rugby, in the 24th gave Australia a 14-3 lead. And despite the disadvantage, Kuridrani scored Australias third try in the 31st after Michael Hooper turned over the Uruguay ball. Four more tries in the second half including a first in 94 Tests for prop James Slipper and a bit more discipline allowed the Wallabies to take the result. Australia made slow starts in its opening win over Fiji and its 29-25 loss to Six Nations champion Wales, and again needed a halftime break to instil some composure despite never being behind on the scoreboard. Uruguay finally crossed for a try just before full-time when No.8 Manuel Diana touched down on the line after 18 phases of attack. The back-rower drove over for a five-pointer after Uruguay got within a metre of scoring five times between the 74th and 78th minutes, but were repelled by the Wallaby defence. The Kiwis highlighted their ruthless streak when they ran in nine tries against Canada in Oita on Wednesday to record a 63-0 victory, the highest score at the tournament so far, and centre Anton LienertBrown said they were likely to be as focused today. Every week is the same. The biggest (lesson) for me over the years is that my personal standards matter the most, he said. It doesnt matter who we come up against, its about me playing to the best of my ability. Whether thats South Africa, Namibia, England or whoever it is. Kiwis will take Namibians as seriously as any team Rewards Members can enter now at ntnews.com.au/rewards Conditions apply* To celebrate the home entertainment release of Rocketman, you could win your very own Rocketman-inspired entertainment bundle! This fabulous prize package includes: Rocketman on Blu-ray, Rocketman Original Soundtrack on vinyl and a Sony Bluetooth Turntable. PLUS 100x runners up will receive Rocketman on Blu-ray! 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