The Northern Territory news Mon 8 Nov 2021
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32 SPORT MONDAY NOVEMBER 8 2021 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 TEAMWORK KEY TO NTFL Bowden says footy will find a way to get through full season FOOTBALL always finds a way is AFLNT chairman Sean Bowdens response to questions on when and if the 2021-22 NTFL season will resume after the 72-hour Covid lockout. Basically, we have to wait and see what eventuates when the lockdown finishes (midnight Monday), Bowden said. Our intentions are to play the full season but its going to require everyone to continue to work together by sharing information and complying with government directions. GREY MORRIS REPORTS P31 VAN GISBERGEN UNFAZED BY RARE SUPERCARS DEFEAT P29 Things are starting to look more positive for besieged Australian coach Justin Langer. Picture: Getty Images Aussies surge is Justin time JUSTIN Langer is just two wins away from cracking Australias 14-year Twenty20 World Cup curse and guaranteeing his bosses a major headache in sorting out his future. The Australian cricket coachs four-year contract ends after this summers Ashes and a player revolt had seen him rated next to no chance of getting an extension. However, if Langer delivers Australias first T20 World Cup at its seventh attempt and has an emphatic Ashes series triumph, then the narrative around his future becomes immediately more complex, especially given the passionate coach has made an effort to change his ways. The last six months have been quite a humbling experience, Langer said on Sunday. CONTINUED P30 ROBERT CRADDOCK Online: ntnews.com.au/sport Email: email@example.com Sport: (08) 8944 9920 MON HOME DELIVERY (08) 8944 9900
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