The Age from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on March 14, 1993 · Page 71
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i 24 SPORT The Sunday Age 14 March 1993 66 Pssslt 99 Edited by KEN MERRIGAN Snookered: the Ham, keeping r Supreme Court m out of the fpe?o QD0a Which sports people are or were kaowa fey these alck-aanes? L Wow X. FOT 1. Rabbit 4.E.T. . Soapy . Little Mo 7. Bacchus a. Hungry I. The Professor It. Big Bird 1L Muscles 12. Mopsy IS. Tiger 14. The General 11 Marvelous 1C Flo-Jo 17. Dominator 1. Slasher 1. Whale MiSupermex ANSWERS 91 "01 'suaqog UBjg jl Xwpn oax I arosoqor auCfA "ii 'JaoXor-qiUJUO aooajou 9i :j(8bh uyusyi ti rujXuis mdn vm i ma ti orj ri :utasog ox II 'JMJ0 pof -oi SugSlH log $ :uUJta ui9M t :nsj pog ttnoouco bmjmm 9 twuauBA XxiH C :aasBqs8unia avajpuv tnnqajnj. tvaak Saim srata i Sraor uaJJVA I Oh boy, you sure have changed upheld a ban on Quinten state junior championship. has A Test side FiRGET fragile batting, insipid bowling or mental fatigue. England's chairman of selectors, Ted Dexter, hit the nail on the head this week when he emerged from discussions about the mother country's disastrous tour of India to announce that the board would be looking at the side's dress code and appearance. "There is a modern fashion for designer stubble and some people believe it to be very attractive." he said. "But it is aggravating to others, and we will be looking at the whole question of facial hair." Pssst believes the same explains Australia's disastrous end to the season. Just look at Merv Hughes' handlebar moustache for starters, or the captain for that matter. And just think how many more runs David Boon might have rattled off had he not been hamstrung by his occasionally hirsute chops. So after extensive consultation with leading fashion and deportment experts, here is the side we believe can bring home the bacon from the Old Dart this winter. - Ray Martla (e): experienced, reliable, polite and polished; guaranteed not to embarrass officials at the royal garden party. Daryl Braithwalte (vck dress sense bas Improved dramatically since his purple Ah, It's a teach old game, football la INS, Leigh Mat-thews was aa laaeceat cher eb (left) la his first seasea with Hawthorn, little aware f the glory aad trlbnlatiea that lay ahead. Bat J4 games aa aa af game's fiercest exponents, followed by sevea yean la the mt demanding coachiag peal-ttea la the Use, at Celliag-wood, are beaad to drala the ywKb fro any player. We hope the Magpies have a waasaibk yean this ntaa Bad boy of snooker is grounded F)R a slight lad of 15. Quinten Hann bas a spectacular way of drawing attention to himself. Now the bad boy of the pool table has snookered himself out of the Victorian junior championship this weekend. Although Quinten, from Knoxfield, is rated as probably the best snooker player for his age in the world, and among the top 20 amateur international players, his unpredictable behavior keeps getting him in trouble. It may also have spoiled his dream to turn professional next year. Baby-faced Quinten is banned from all officially sanctioned Australian and Close shave for victory; Merv waistcoated days with Sherbet Bert Newton: old Moon-face is close to the king of sartorial splendor and that grin will grace any team photo beautifully. Stephen Sllvagnk trendy haircut and tubes of gel have served him well. Won't let the side down. i 1 iJr m '7 i J overseas competitions until 13 October. On Friday, Quinten took his case to the Supreme Court seeking an injunction so be could compete in the state championships at Brunswick. His legal counsel, Malcolm Speed, told Mr Justice Gobbo there would be only one 1993 title and it could lead Quinten to the Australian championships and then to world competition. Documents lodged with the court told how Quinten was banned from the sport on 13 October 1991 after spitting on a competitor's mother. This ban was suspended on condition that Quinten behave himself. groomed to 7j Of - VV Hughes as we know him; Ray Dennis Walter the Keno host is the obvious choice to run the team raffle (but please, no singing). Daryl Somen: team jester (clean humor, of course) but will be forced to leave the bird at home. Paul MercurU: elegant and athletic, the 'Strictly Ballroom' star is a natural for the Swish: the day I stole the final A ND now for more visions L splendid from our sporting fantasy competition. Bea Splnks, of Geelong: As a rookie in a basketball grand final with scores tied, you don't expect any court time. Except when Andrew Gaze has a heart attack and the rest of the bench Is fouled out You step on to the court and the crowd whispers, "Who's he?" It is announced that Ben The documents stated bow then, at the New South Wales country junior championship at the Lithgow Workers Club in January, Quinten swore when a referee's decision went against him, and entered the licensed poker-machine area of the club. Russell Moore, representing the Australian Snooker and Billiards Council and its affiliated associations in NSW and Victoria, told the court that Quinten was miffed when a referee changed a point score and he lost the game. The young competitor allegedly said: "You can stick your tournament up your f arse-hole". Martin as the prototype of a covers, as long as he doesn't get his whites dirty. Gleaa Ridge: always cheerful, well-presented, and his experience running the Fame Game on 'Sale of the Century' will help during team functions involving celebrities. Jason Donovan: team sex symbol and dashing middle- Time counts down to five seconds. We're in defence. Bruce Bolden takes the shot over me and I swat the ball high. It travels the length of the court and, you guessed it, swish legend for life! Barry Woods, of Churchill: My bat is shattered by the 6 I bit from Curtly Ambrose's second-last ball to tie the match. I don't have another bat with my sponsor's emblem, so I borrow the middle stump from the bowior- an The council's president. Rex Swain, said in an affidavit that Quinten's behavior threatened the survival of Junior competition in Australia because the council could not promise NSW clubs that competitors would behave. Two disciplinary hearings last month found Quinten had breached the code of ethics. The council decided to ban Quinten until at least 13 October and not let him play again until he bad counselling from a sports psychologist Mr Justice Gobbo ruled that although the ban should remain until October, Quinten should be allowed to play after that date. win new fashion on the field. order bat will be shown the ropes of coping with adoring hordes by Braithwaite. Andrew Peacock: star is fading, but new blow wave just tipped the selectors' scales, along with mink-lined pads and. of course, the Gucci batting gloves. Edward Beale: team hairdresser. I take a risk and ask Ambrose to remove both sweat bands from bis arms. He bowls, I swing. We win. Tbe competition allowing you to reveal your dreams of glory in cricket football or basketball closes in two weeks. Send entries to Pssst Heroes. The Sunday Age, 250 Spencer Street Melbourne 3000. Tbe winner will have his or her fantasy brought as close to reality as possibly with a taped commentary trnm.Snnrtina -

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