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The Northern Territory news Sat 31 Jul 2021



The Northern Territory news Sat 31 Jul 2021

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

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News Corp Australia

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32 LIFESTYLE SATURDAY JULY 31 2021 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 Its the most even group in the mens water polo draw - and the Aussies will need to knock off unbeaten Spain to stay alive. WHEN TO WATCH: 12.30pm AEST Bringing the Spain 11 Can our Rugby Sevens women repeat their Rio 2016 heroics and make it two-from-two gold medals? Theyll have to get through the semifinals first. WHEN TO WATCH: From 12pm AEST In hunt for double gold 8 Ashleigh Gentle, Matthew Hauser, Emma Jeffcoat and Jacob Birtwhistle have team success in their sights as the triathlon mixed relay. WHEN TO WATCH: 8.30am AEST Tri-ing for gold medal 10 Our top deadeyes team up for the trap mixed team on Saturday morning. James Willett and Laetisha Scanlan are in action first, followed by Thomas Derek Grice and Penny Smith. WHEN TO WATCH: From 10am AEST Trap test for deadeyes 9 42 3 6 Harry Garside continues his run through the mens 57-63kg boxing bracket with a tough round-of-16 match-up against Jonas Jonas of Namibia. WHEN TO WATCH: 7.35pm AEST Lightweight baby Its tight atop Group B, but the Hockeyroos can separate themselves from the pack with a win against Argentina at Oi Hockey Stadium on Saturday afternoon. WHEN TO WATCH: 12.45pm AEST Table top tussle 7 Top 15 things to watch today The duel in the pool between Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky enters its last round on Saturday with the womens 800m freestyle final. WHEN TO WATCH: 11.45am AEST Titmus v Ledecky 1 Its a massive day of sailing. Among the names on the water are Aussies Tess Lloyd and Jaime Ryan and Will and Sam Phillips. WHEN TO WATCH: From 1pm AEST We are sailing 14 Natalya Diehm and Logan Martin begin their assault on the freestyle BMX with the seeding round from Ariake Urban Sports Park. WHEN TO WATCH: From 11.10am AEST Kickin it freestyle 13 Cam Smith and Marc Leishman started from a long way back can they turn it around on day three and bring home golfing gold? WHEN TO WATCH: From 8.30am AEST Aussies crunch time 12 Only two Australian men have cracked the 10-second 100m barrier - and this is the chance for Rohan Browning to join them. WHEN TO WATCH: From 8.45pm AEST Browning begins Commonwealth Games champion and four-time Olympian Dani Samuels is back better than ever from spinal surgery. She begins her quest for an elusive gold in the discus. WHEN TO WATCH: From 10.30am AEST Back and even better Australian archer Taylor Worth goes for gold, beginning with an elimination final match-up against Turkeys Mete Gazoz. Win there, and its just two more steps to gold. WHEN TO WATCH: 11.22am AEST Whats Taylor worth? After beating Italy, can the Boomers stay perfect in Group B when they face Germany at Saitama Super Arena? Nigeria learned the hard way not to underestimate the Germans. WHEN TO WATCH: 6.20pm AEST Booming start 5 1 Golden KayleeAustralias newest sensationKaylee McKeown returns to the pool for the final of the womens 200m backstroke. She is again joined by Emily Seebohm. WHEN TO WATCH: 11.35am AEST 08