The Northern Territory news Sat 16 Apr 2022
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72 SPORT Saturday April 16 2022 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 bell tolls for fannings fairytale return to wsl fray p66 DARWIN and the Northern Territory are an ideal launching pad for Australian teams to train and play in before heading overseas for international tours, Test legend Greg Chappell has said. The former Australian captain said Darwin was an excellent location to host developing countries, such as Zimbabwe, which is scheduled to play three one-day internationals in August in Northern Australia. Cricket Australia is due to make an announcement on venues for the matches. Chappell said he was a great fan of playing more cricket up north. FULL STORY P69 CHAPPELL NOD for nt action Legend lauds region as ideal launching pad for international tours Ben Cameron NORTH COPS GOOD HIDING BULLDOGS WAY TOO STRONG AGAIN P70 ALL EYES ON TORRIES EFFORTS IN STAWELL P69 GIFTED YOUNG GUN SET IT LOOKED like Bulldogs fans were set for a very Good Friday until South Sydney hooker Damien Cook turned the game on its head. The nippy No.9 scored two tries in as many sets to turn a 6-0 deficit into a 12-6 lead before the Bunnies made it three tries in five minutes when Alex Johnston scored untouched in the corner. Cook then capped one of the best games of his life when he scored the first hat-trick of his NRL career. The NSW Origin rake strolled through some soft defence from a scrum to seal a 36-16 victory. REPORT P68 Souths hooker Damien Cook scores one of his three tries in the Rabbitohs 36-16 victory over the Bulldogs at Accor Stadium in Sydney on Good Friday. Picture: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images cook ensures bunnies deliver easter goodies
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