The Northern Territory news Sat 4 Sep 2021
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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 2021 WEATHER 55 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA would go but it all came together and the girls brought DEFENSIVE prowess saw Tracy Village Falcons earn their place in the Darwin Netball Premier League grand final following their 36-25 win over Pints. The Falcons, who have topped the table all season, were eager to bounce back after their loss to Waratahs in the major semi-final. And they did it in style against reigning premiers Pints to recover their position as a potential title winner. Ivana Schober and Georgia Luhrs were standouts on the defensive end, applying plenty of pressure and winning ball on the rebound. And on the shooting end, Jordan Anderson and Mikaela Sawyer continued their consistent form from the regular season. Coach Sharon Freeman was proud of her sides efforts, particularly on the defensive end. I was happy with the win we were unsure of how we their game, Freeman said. They were keen to bounce back after the loss in the semifinal and they really showed what they can do. Our full-court defensive pressure was really strong on the night. And our defenders did a great job in turning over the ball to set up opportunities for our shooters. In the grand final they will meet a tough Waratahs contingent who defeated them in the semi-final. But this will be a difficult encounter for both sides, with wins shared between the two sides. Theyre all pretty pumped and ready to get into this grand final, Freeman said. Weve been top all year and everyone is keen to get there again after missing out last year. We just have to work on our plays and make sure we bring the same intensity that worked for us against Pints. Falcons flying due to strong defence Falcons Ivana Schober. Picture: Glenn Campbell NATHANIEL CHAMBERS Tanami Tiwi Daly Arnhem Carpentaria Gregory Barkly Simpson Lasseter Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 6:49 am 6:43 pm 4:37 am 4:17 pm Sep 21 Sep 29 Sep 7 Sep 14 Sat Sep 4 Sun Sep 5 Mon Sep 6 Tue Sep 7 Wed Sep 8 Thu Sep 9 Fri Sep 10 Sat Sep 11 5:02am 5.9m 11:27am 3.3m 4:33pm 5.1m 11:08pm 2.1m 5:39am 6.4m 11:50am 2.9m 5:13pm 5.7m 11:49pm 1.7m 6:14am 6.8m 12:18pm 2.5m 5:51pm 6.2m 12:27am 1.3m 6:47am 7.2m 12:50pm 2.0m 6:30pm 6.7m 1:00am 1.1m 7:17am 7.4m 1:23pm 1.5m 7:10pm 7.0m 1:31am 1.0m 7:45am 7.5m 1:56pm 1.2m 7:48pm 7.2m 2:00am 1.2m 8:09am 7.5m 2:30pm 0.9m 8:28pm 7.3m 2:30am 1.5m 8:32am 7.3m 3:06pm 0.9m 9:09pm 7.1m Darwin 26 35 Tce Tindal 24 36 Jabiru 25 37 Nhulunbuy 25 31 Borroloola 18 34 Lajamanu 25 36 Tennant Creek 22 36 0.4 Alice Springs 19 19 Yulara 16 22 Location Min Max *Rain Location Min Max *Rain * rainfall 24 hours to 9am yesterday 1024 1024 1032 1032 1008 1016 1016 1009 1000996 1009 1036 WARNINGS Latest information at www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings Coastal & Land Weather 1300 659 214 Tropical Cyclone 1300 659 211 NORTHERN TERRITORY A slight to medium chance of showers and storms over the Daly and northern Gregory Districts, increasing to a medium to high chance with areas of rain over the southern Gregory, Tanami, northeast Simpson, southern Barkly and far northeast Lasseter Districts. A very high chance of rain over northern Tanami, northern Simpson and far southern Barkly Districts. The chance of early morning fog about the eastern Arnhem and northeast Carpentaria Districts. Partly cloudy elsewhere. Cooler in the Lasseter, Simpson, Tanami and southern Barkly Districts. Light to moderate east to northeast winds, tending moderate to fresh and gusty southeasterly south of Elliott. Fire danger: high to the north and west of Simpson District. DARWIN and OUTER DARWIN Slight (20%) chance of a shower in the early morning. Sunny day. Light winds becoming northwest to northeasterly 15 to 25 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the evening. Min 25 Max 34 Sunday: Shower or two. Min 23 Max 34 Monday: Possible shower. Less humid. Min 23 Max 34 Tuesday: Sunny. Min 22 Max 34 DARWIN HARBOUR Winds: East to northeasterly below 10 knots tending northerly 10 to 15 knots in the middle of the day then turning westerly below 10 knots in the evening. Seas: Below 1 metre. Swell: Below 0.5 metres. Weather: Sunny. UV FORECASTS Katherine: 11 (extreme). Tennant Creek: 10 (very high). Alice Springs: 8 (very high). Rainfall: 24hr rainfall to 9am 3 September 2021: TRACE mm Monthly total to 9am 3 September 2021: 0.0 mm Average for month of September: 16.7 mm 1 October 2020 to 3 September 2021: 1856.0 mm on 117 rain days Average from 1 October to end of September: 1725.2 mm September 4, 2021 Commonwealth of Australia 2021 1024 1024 1024 1032 1008 1016 1016 1016 1016 1034 1033 Auckland Bangkok Beijing Geneva Hong Kong Jakarta Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Los Angeles Moscow New York Rio De Janeiro Singapore Tel Aviv Tokyo windy 16 7 storms 34 25 rain 26 22 rain 24 13 fine 31 28 fine 32 25 fine 26 11 rain 30 24 fine 20 15 fine 21 19 rain 13 5 rain 24 17 fine 35 20 storms 34 24 fine 31 25 rain 20 18 PROVINCIAL CENTRES Katherine: Sunny. Max 37 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 21 Max 34 Tennant Creek: Rain at times. Max 28 Sunday: Shower or two. Min 13 Max 17 Alice Springs: Partly cloudy. Max 19 Sunday: Cloud clearing. Min 7 Max 19 Jabiru: Mostly sunny. Max 37 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 22 Max 37 Nhulunbuy: Mostly sunny. Max 31 Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 22 Max 31 Alyangula: Sunny. Max 31 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 19 Max 30 Borroloola: Sunny. Max 35 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 18 Max 35 Yulara: Cloudy. Max 18 Sunday: Sunny. Min 5 Max 21 Lajamanu: Shower or two. Possible storm. Max 31 Sunday: Showers. Min 12 Max 18 Maningrida: Sunny. Max 33 Sunday: Mostly sunny. Min 21 Max 34 Pirlangimpi: Mostly sunny. Max 34 Sunday: Possible shower. Min 22 Max 35 Wadeye: Shower or two. Max 31 Sunday: Shower or two. Min 22 Max 33 Yuendumu: Cloudy. Max 22 Sunday: Partly cloudy. Min 9 Max 21 DARWIN Sun protection recommended between 9:10am to 4:10pm Maximum UV Index: 11 (extreme) Sunny Mostly sunny Partly cloudy Cloudy Chance shower Shower or two Showers Drizzle, light rain Rain Shower storm Storms Windy Dust Fog Katherine DARWIN Jabiru Nhulunbuy Borroloola Alyangula Tennant Creek Alice Springs 2534 Yulara Wadeye 2334 Pirlangimpi 2231 1831 2237 2331 2037 1635 2228 918 1019 2031 Lajamanu 1322 Yuendumu Darwin 34 Broome 35 Alice Springs 19 Cairns 28 Hobart 14 Brisbane 23 Sydney 24 Canberra 15 Adelaide 15 Perth 19 Melbourne 15 MARATHON shuttle bus trips between Queens and Manhattan. Traffic snarls. Hurricane Ida. Record rainfall and flash flooding. Submerged cars. Destroyed homes. Fourteen dead New Yorkers. Everpresent Covid protocols. The US Open might not be the Hunger Games but its getting close. Ive always been quite a calm person, Australian Ash Barty said after knocking over Danish teenager and Daria Gavrilova-lookalike Clara Tauson 6-1, 7-5 inside a deserted Arthur Ashe Stadium on Friday to move into round three. Shell need to be calmer than ever, calmer than the Dalai Lama, to win a third major title. The US Open is a madcap event at the best of times and this year, its even more so as one state of emergency is piled on top of another in NYC. There are 1200odd daily Covid cases on top of the disastrous weather. An ability to keep ones head will serve Barty rather well at Flushing Meadows. The world No.1 is considering returning home to Australia after the Open. She may be back in Queensland before the end of the month. The WTA has been unable to confirm the Tour Finals will be staged later this year and so suddenly theres limited reason for Barty to continue her six-month world tour. She misses home, always, and the time is approaching when she needs to make a call. If she adds the US Open to her stirring dreams-really-do-come-true Wimbledon triumph, she may justifiably consider her work done for the year. Bloody good, was how she described her victory over Tauson. Closing out the match became an unwanted adventure as her calmness went too far and became passivity. But she came good in the end to roll nicely into round three, potentially four wins away from the final everybody wants. A showdown between Barty and Naomi Osaka would be the biggest for Australian sport since Ariarne Titmus went eyeball-to-eyeball with Americas Katie Ledecky in the Olympic pool. Barty and Osaka first played at Acapulco in 2014, as teenagers, and Barty won in straight sets. Four years passed without a rematch because Barty was hitting cover drives in the nets with Brisbanes WBBL team. At the 2018 Australian Open, Osaka won in straight sets. At Nottingham that same year, Barty won in straight sets. At Beijing in 2019, Osaka sneaked through in three sets to level their head-tohead at two-all. Despite becoming the dominant forces in womens tennis since then, with Osaka claiming four slam titles and Barty two, they havent traded blows for two years. ASHS CALMNESS KEY AT MADCAP US OPEN AS SHOWDOWN WITH OSAKA ON HORIZON Australia's Ash Barty.
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