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Monday, November 14, 1988 6(0 The Sydney Morning Herald Sport Bonner has his W abie eye on world title o SNOOKER acK in LES WHEELER e th lunt tor lest Scottish-born Jim Bonner, who has sight in only one eye, is Australia's No 1 player in the world amateur snooker championship which begins at the State Sports Centre at Homebush today. But Bonner's good eye is his left and, as he is right-handed, his cue alignment is close to the body with less room for the "wobble" which afflicts "natural" players (the majority) who are not opposite-eyed. The late Joe Davis, undefeated world professional champion, was a right-hander who relied heavily on his left eye, having only partial sight in his right. And the equally great Walter Lindrum, a left-hander, favoured his right eye when low over the cue. Photographs of Sir Donald Bradman at billiards, a game he enjoyed, show the great right-hander with a preference for sighting with the left eye. The resultant compact stance leads to truer cueing. And batting? As host for the snooker championship Australia is allowed three entries. Bonner's teammates'1 are the Victorians Stan Gorski, runner-up in the Australian championship with top break of 1 16, and David Collins who beat Peter Hawkes (Victoria), the championship reserve, in a playoff for third. Bonner, also Australian champion in 1985, is seeded 12th in a round-iobin group headed by the England No 2, Steve Ventham, ' 1 the No 5 seed and a regular on the "non-professional" UK circuit. Assuming that Ventham qualifies for the knockout section (top 16), Bonner's hardest to beat for the second position may be the vastly experienced Ron Jones, 45, runner-up in the Welsh championship. Gorski drew the group headed by No 4 seed Geet Sethi, the Indian who set a world amateur record break, the maximum 147, in retaining his national championship, and the No 13 seed, Paul Doran, the Northern and All-Ireland champion. Collins also has a tough task to qualify against 1985-86 world champion Paul Mifsud, of Malta, the No 3 seed, and Gay Burns, seeded 14 but perhaps Ireland's most accomplished representative. In their opening matches on Monday, Bonner should beat Rene Dikstra (Netherlands) at 7.30 pm, Gorski will at least strike Sethi "new" at 4 pm and Collins should beat Latif Mawazalali (Kenya) at 4 pm. Light tables will be used for the first six days, with sessions at 10 am, 1 pm, 4 pm and 7.30 pm today and 9 am, 12.30 pm, 4 pm and 7.30 pm on the other five days. Admission is $5. GREG GROWDEN ON THE WALLABY TOUR Tombs odd man out in Test warm-up EDINBURGH, Sunday: Queensland centre Richard Tombs is the only Wallaby who will miss out on the chance to impress Australian selectors before the Test against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday. The selectors, who announced their side today to play North and Midlands at Dundee on Tuesday, have tried to give all the 31 members of the squad one last opportunity to push their Test claims. The team to play North and Midlands basically comprises those who did not play in Saturday's 29-4 win over South of Scotland at Hawick. However, because of the odd number in the squad and the addition of an extra back in Michael Lynagh, one had to miss out. That fell to Tombs, who after a quiet start to the tour improved markedly in the victory against Edinburgh last week. Instead the selectors opted for ACT's Paul Cornish to take the inside-centre spot. After the great show on Saturday, the pressure is on several of the established Test players to perform to their full potential against North and Midlands, or they will find themselves in the grandstand on Saturday. "Hunger and fear have become great motivators in this team," Australian coach Bob Dwyer said today. "Hunger for some, and fear for others who are worried about retaining their Test spot." The team is: David Knox, Paul Carozza, Brad Cirvan, Paul Cornish, James Grant, Stephen James, Brad Burke (vice-capt), Tim Gavin, Julian Gardner, David Carter, Rod McCall, Bill Campbell (capt), Andy Mclnryre, Tom Lawton, Mark Hartill. Reserves: Nick Farr-Jones, Michael Lynagh, Richard Tombs, Mark McBain, Rob Lawton, Jeff Miller. In Cardiff, Wales ran in five tries to beat Western Samoa 28-6 at a near-deserted Cardiff Arms Park but it was far from an impressive performance by the home team. Although they had most of the possession, Wales constantly made errors and not even captain Jonathan Davies could provide the inspiration they so badly lacked. The Samoan forwards showed up the Welsh with their mobility and ball-handling skills. , J " " ., J sv r V :2? v"vf 4g r-2R -.'-.r; -i'.''f .!-" ,""7. " ; . . . . Maltese maestro has carved a sound image i Paul Mifsud, the Maltese snooker player in the world amateur championship, is so celebrated on the Mediterranean island that his statue has been erected in his home village, Zebbug. He is Malta's greatest cueman, past and present, and although seeded third at Homebush is by far the best-performed player in the field of 57. He is the only past winner engaged,' having won the championship in Blackpool, England, in 1985 and in Invercargill, New Zealand, n 1986 to add to his impressive performances in the event since 1972. To complete the picture, he is the only amateur to win world titles at both billiards and snooker, having taken the three-ball championship in 1979. Mifsud's opening match will be against Saymon Hamdan, of Brunei, in the 7.30 pm match today. Five straight wins appear certain before he meets Gay Burns, of the Republic of Ireland, at 7.30 pm on Saturday, the last of the six days of group round-robin competition. Burns has been the most consistent player of the season in the Republic and is favoured to qualify with Mifsud for th'e last 16 knock-out section of competition, beginning next Monday. He was unbeaten in Invercargill before losing to Mifsud in a semi-final. EDINBURGH, Sunday: The shrill sound of the huntsman's horn and the cannon-like boom of liuodreds of galloping horses reverberated through the rolling hills high above the Hawick Rugby ground yesterday. The hunt for the fox was on. . Qown in the valley the members of Jthe Australian Rugby team were somewhat more subdued, talking quietly among themselves and carefully preparing their game plan to cover all escape roirtes in their hunt for the red and white striped South of Scotland opponents. Different methods and different results. About 100 riders accompanied by a river of yapping hounds pounded across the lush lowlands of the majestic Scottish Borders. But the fox proved to be far too smart and happily trotted off over the horizon while the horses went in the opposite direction. The Australians, also hunting in packs, opted for a more subtle approach and stalked their prey before going for the jugular. By the" end of the game South of Scotland were only a skeleton of their former selves. The Australians' success went beyond the lopsided scoreline, the uncharacteristic jolly after-dinner speeches and the breast-beating. Fop the players it was the first major indication that they might have an edge over Scotland in the Te$t at Murrayfield next Saturday. Australia's inspired effort, involving five tries and the best combination of forward and back play of the tour, should force widespread changes to the Test team. .fter the faultless efforts of all th$(players on Test trial Acura Niuqila, Lloyd Walker, Rob Law-ton, Damien Frawley, Ewen McKenzie and Scott Gourley coach Bob Dwyer may make as many as six changes to the team who lost to England 28-19 last weeTc. Lawton is expected to take Mark HartilPs loose-head spot, Gourley Julian Gardner's breakaway position and Niuqila James Grant's wing position. And the inclusion of Walker at inside-centre now appears a formality. Walker's slow midfield play has been widely criticised, one Scottish commentator suggesting that someone needed stamina more than pace to get around him. But yesterday Walker exhibited the bal skills and football brain that have made him one of Sydney's most creative club footballers. He may not have been always at the head of the charge, but he was usually nearby. He instigated numerous successful backline moyes, cover-defended perfectly and,manufactured breaks. Dwyer was quick to praise the centre after the match and said he had, been the standout performer of the game. But that comment understated the. performances of the Australian back-row of Jeff Miller, Steve Tuynman and Gourley, who had beefi busy chasing down Scots all afternoon. "Everyone knows that I have a lor 'of faith in Lloyd Walker," Dwyer said. "But he did a great job always fighting for it, taking it up and doing all the hard work. I don't think he is the best player in AUSTRALIA 29 SOUTH OF SCOTLAND 4 the world but he is a hell of a long way from the bottom." Walker, it must be remembered, has been given ample opportunity to prove his worth. Yesterday's match was his sixth on tour; Stephen James, in contrast, has played only three. But Australia's secret was their forward play: it was effective and tight. Farr-Jones received good ball from the line-outs and had time to properly start second- and third-phase ball, while the backs had enough space to try something different. The game followed the usual trend: Australia comfortably winning the line-outs (on this tour they have won ihe jumps 1 73-1 1 0, topping the count in all nine matches), while being slaughtered in the penalty count. Irish referee Stephen Hilditch penalised the tourists 22-9, including 10-3 in the second half. The tour tally is now Australia 102 penalties, opposition 137. The Wallabies' proper use of the line-out ball, won primarily by Steve Cutler, came as a refreshing change. They showed the required fire with Cutler and Tuynman taking out their aggression on the opposition with effective forearm jolts when infringed. Australia fully deserved to be 23-0 ahead at halftime after well-crafted tries by Niuqila, Gourley and David Campese, who left the field in the 30th minute with a slight groin strain. South of Scotland, whose defence and commitment was at times flimsy, improved in the second half and only rigid defence from the Australians kept them from scoring. The Wallabies came close to achieving a complete shutout until replacement winger Grant made a mess of retrieving a South kick. He fumbled the ball and virtually handed it to winger Doug Robeson to score. Dwyer said he was pleased with the overall effort. "The performance of many of the young guys today has put the pressure back on some established members to perform on Tuesday against North and Midlands," he said. "They now know they must do a lot of good things on Tuesday to stay in contention for a Test spot. It was also pleasing that Nick Farr-Jones was able to play his natural game today, possibly for the first time on tour, as he received good service from his pack." The taste of victory is among the Wallabies again. AUSTRALIA 29 (A Niuqila S Gourley 2. D Campese tries: M Lynagh pen goal 3 goals) bt SOUTH OF SCOTLAND 4 (D Robeson try). Crowd: About 7.000. Referee: S Hilditch (Ireland). Jim Bonner . . . turning a handicap to his advantage. rminafol e trivia A new to twist f array s inte Instead 'he made his way discreetly to a quiet spot at the southern end of Bondi Beach and emerged from the surf with his competitors' singlet pulled down, over the wedding tackle. between Tasmania and Western Australia at Bellerive Oval in Hobart? Western Australia declared their innings closed yesterday when they reached 502 for the loss of only two wickets. Opener Geoff Marsh contributed 223 of those runs before being dismissed, Mike Veletta 157 and Tom Moody 1 12 not out. It looks like it's going to be a very long summer for the Tasmanian team. HOURS All is revealed . . There's nothing like an expert commentary. Richards revered The adulation for West Indies' captain Viv Richards must be reaching the level accorded Sir Donald Bradman if yesterday's play in the West Indies-NSW match at the SCG is anything to go by. Richards scored his 100th first-class century yesterday. As soon as he reached the landmark many people in the crowd promptly got up and left. One of those seen to leave was champion New Zealand batsman Martin Crowe, a great admirer of Richards's talents. The Herald's cricket writer, the peripatetic Mike Coward, described the behaviour of the crowd leaving after Richards reached his century as similar to that when thousands would turn up to matches just to see Bradman reach another milestone in his batting career and then leave as soon as he was out. Of course it should not be FOR THOSE of us not lucky enough to be in Adelaide for the Australian Grand Prix, there was at least some consolation to be had from watching it on television. One of the real delights of the Grand Prix circus is that Formula One fans get to listen to commentator Murray Walker. Walker is right up there with the ABC's Gordon Bray when it comes to having a great mind for trivia. His description of Austria's Gerhard Berger was breathtaking: "He is allegedly the man with the slowest heartbeat in Grand Prix racing." Walker's knowledge of the sport is undoubted, but occasionally his obvious enthusiasm for his job stops him from getting that knowledge across to the viewing audience. At one stage of the race yesterday as the leaders approached some particularly difficult corners around East Terrace, Walker said: "They're coming up to the twisty bits now." HOURS CAN now reveal the reason 48 Shipshape snooker table YOU'VE REALLY GOT to hand it to the English when it comes to unashamed hedonism. A report in 77) Times, London, tells of two companies. Leisure Services International and ICI Acrylics, that have come up with a design for a marine snooker table. Yes, that's right. A marine snooker table. This wondrous invention uses sliding discs instead of balls and is played on a waterproof table. Apparently it is already in use in the Royal Navy and a hinged version is being worked on for use in submarines. Let's just hope the RN isn't too busy playing snooker if a war ev er breaks out. PALL TAIT team was so nervous about playing the English side that when she went in to bat she appealed against herself for caught behind. Allen recalls that he was so caught up in the match that he tried to take up a position near the NSW dressingrooms in the old Sheridan Stand to get a better view of the action. Apparently a rather large policeman from Darlinghurst didn't think such behaviour was proper and threatened to arrest Allen for loitering there. Running into trouble ON TH E SUBJ ECT of cricket, when was the last time you saw a scoreboard such as the one for the Sheffield Shield match construed from this that Coward is so old that he was actually there to witness such behaviour. He assures 48 Hours that somebody told him that's what they did. Geoff remembers it well A story in the Herald Jast Friday , about NSW cricketer Trevor Bayliss prompted an interesting letter from a reader and fellow-journalist, Geoff Allen. The story told of how Bayliss's maternal grandmother once played for the NSW women's team against a touring English side. Allen was at the match and said it was an interesting one indeed. Apparently a member of the NSW w hy John Burkett made a late and rather mysterious withdrawal from the Sydney Ironman contest at Bondi Beach a week ago. While competing in the board leg of the event Burkett, from Sydney's northern beaches, suffered the embarrassing misfortune of losing his swimming costume in the surf. Thankfully Burkett decided not to frighten the locals by continuing to compete in his state of dishabille. SPORT SUMMARY (Drummoyne) 9ml 7s 1 8 22s easy ROWING Fairfield 10 b Hawkesbury 9. Kellyville 33 b Kings Langley 12. Hills Rockets 33 b St Marys 5. Blacktown City Hawks 9 b Parra-matta 7 Colyton-St Clair 17 b Castle Hill 12 BOWLS Seve breaks the $1m barrier GOTEMBA, Japan, Sunday: Seve Ballesteros pushed his I988 earnings over the million-dollar mark and reasserted his claim as the world's top golfer With a three-shot victory in the 1 00 million yen (SA949,520) Taiheiyo Masters golf tournament today. - The reigning British Open champion closed with his third one-under-par 71 round and a 72-hole total of 21 for a rousing win over Japan's Ikuhiro Funatogawa. ' Ballesteros pocketed the 18 million yen (SA 178,000) first prize to go with the SUS808,000 (SA959,000) he earned on the European tour and another SUS165,000 (SA195,000) in seven US appearances. Australia's five-man contingent had its finest day of the tournament today but proved absolutely no threat to Ballesteros. Ballesteros was 10 shots ahead of the best of the Australians, first-round leader Brian Jones, and West Australian Roger MacKay who finished w ith three-over 291. Jones closed with a one-under 71, Mackay had a 72, Terry Gale 69, Ian Baker-Finch 71 and defending champion Graham Marsh 73. ' Brazil. McLaren-Honda. 36 '87 seconds behind 3 Nelson Piquet. Brazil. Lotus-Honda. 47 546 4: Riccardo Patrese. Italy. Willia-ns- Judd 1m20 08B 5 Thierry Bout-sen. Belgium Benetton-Ford one lap 6 Ivan Capelli. Italy. Ma-ch-Judd. one lap 7 Pierluigi Martini. Italy. Minardi-Ford. two laps 8: Andrea de Cesaris. Italy Rial-Ford, five laps 9 Stefan Johansson. Sweden. Ligier-Judd. six laps 10 Philippe Alliot. France. Lola-Fard. seven laps 11 Philippe Streiff. France. AGS-Ford. nine laps (.Only cjrs classified at finish) 12 Pier-carlo Ghinzani. Italy. Zakspeec. 13 laps 13 Nigel Mansell. UK. Wil-liams-Judd. 17 laps 14 Alejandro Nannini. Italy. Benetton-rord. 19 laps 15 Stefano Modena, Italy. EuroBrun-Ford. 1 9 laps 16 Derek Warwick. UK. Arrows-Megatron. 30 laps 17: Eddie Cheever. US. Arrows-Megatron 31 laps 18. Mauricio Gugelmin Brazil. March-Judd. 36 laps 19 Satoru Nakanma. Japan. Lotus-Honda. 37 laDS 20 Luis Perez Sala. Spain. Minardi-Ford. 41 laps 21: Ales-sandro Caffi. Italy. Dallara-Ford. 50 laps 22: Gerhard Berger. Austria. Ferrari. 57 laps 23 Rene Arnoux France. Ligier-Judd. 58 laps 24 Jonathan Palmer. UK. Tyrrell-Ford. 66 laps 25 Oscar Larraun. Argentina. EuroBrun-Ford 70 laps 26 Michele Albor-eto. Italy. Ferrari. 82 laps (Fastest lap Prost. 1m21.216. 167.553 kph). WORLD DRIVERS' C'SHIP FINAL PLACINGS 1 Ayrton Senna. Brazil. 90 points 2 Alain Prost. France. 87 pts 3 Gerhard Berger. Austria. 41 pts 4 Thierry Boutsen. Belgium. 31 pts 5: Michele Alboreto. Italy. 24 pts 6 Nelson Piquet. Brazil. 20 pts 7: Ivan Capelli. Italy. 15 pts 8. Alessandro Nannini, Italy. 15 pts. 9 Derek Warwick. Britain. 15 pts .. 10 Nigel Mansell. Britain. 12 pts K Newman D Whetton KV A Paulow M Peterson G Prosser Intermed Jnr K1 S Suska S Klenke S Kemp Mxd TK2 M Schmidt-T Norauay Veteran: K2: B Krautz-C Pitman. J Leeke-G Smith. M Krautz-J Barnes 35yrs: TK1 T Rayward M Georgans R Marsh K1 C Suska N Thorburn R Ridge CI: H Hands D Glastonbury 45yrs: K1 B Dorsman V O Sulh-van B Chalmers TK1: N Robinson B Graber B Woolndge WOMEN: TK1 K Bevan V Welton Veteran: 35yrs TK1 : J Ellis-L Stevens. CROQUET MAKARA CARNIVAL at Hurstville: Doubles hep Div 3-4 L Drake J Stubbs wo M Reid M Shaw. E Aitkin H Tears 16 M Pile W Russell 14 B Field J Howard 16 P Bramham B Ward 13. T Dillan B Martins 1 3 A McKinney D O Mara 10. P Clark K Greentree 22 L Drake J Stubbs 13. M Wright T Wright 24 A Staples E Slatyer 15. E Aitken H Pearce 18 J Howard B Field 6 Men singles hep Div 3 T Wright 23 F Dowling 20 At Strathfield: Doubles hep Div 1-2 E Ellison R Aitkin 13 A Graham R Graham 12 P Malone D Purvis 19 N Roche C Roche 17. E Pell B Simpson 22 R Jones D Abernathy 14. M Cox B McAuley 15 P Derriman V Jones 11. I Olde W Olde 20 P Roach J Warren 18. P Malone D Purvis 21 E Pell B Simpson 7. C Hunt K Remits 23 R Carter H Lever 10. M Cox M McAuley 1 7 M Ellison R Aitkin 1 4. ICE HOCKEY NHL: Detroit Red Wings 5 Philadelphia Flyers 4. Calgary Flames 2 Boston Bruins 1. Buffalo Sabres 3 New York Islanders 0. New Jersey Devils 6 Washington Capitals 3. Edmonton Oilers 6 Toronto Maple Leafs 2. Hartford Whalers 3 Minnesota North Stars 1. St Louis Blues 4 Quebec Nordiaues 3. Los Angeles Kings 7 Pittsburgh Penguins 2. BADMINTON US OPEN tot Pasadena. California (prefix number denotes seeding) MS qf 1-Sze Yu (Aust) b esper Thomsen (Den) 15-6 15-4. 6- Lm Jun (Chm) b 4-Misbun Sidek (Malay) 15-5 15-0. Phyun Kwang Mm (S Kop) b 5-Steve Butler (Brit) 15-6 6-15 15-12. 2-L.us Pongoh (Indcri) b Bae Sang Yong (S Kor) 15-515-1 MS sf: 1 -Sze Yu (Aust) b 6-Lin Ju (China) 15-10 15-1. 2-Lius Pongoh (Ind) b Phyun Kwong Mm (SKcr) 15-2 15-8 WS sf: 3-Lee Jung Mi (S Ko) b 7- Git Young Ah (S Kor) 11-1 1 2 9)5-Lee Meyong Hee (S Kor) b 6 Zheng Baoiun (China) 11-6 11-5- ,' BASEBALL MAJOR LEAGUE . FIRST GRADE J At Oriole Stadium . BAULKHAM HILLS 010231 3 lOr 12h4 BLACKTOWN OOO OOO O Or 2h 3e Biulkham Hills G Cook Sio In 'k 2fy C Keshock 2io 1h 3k Ow to N Douglass Hits S Wilson 3 B Murohy 2 C Keshock 2 S Bell 2 G Wj; R Haddan N Douglass Blacktown R Webb 4id 6h 4k 1 S- O Bnen 3io 6h 2k 2w to W Stoif Hits I Smith R Potter At Northmead V BAULKHAM HILLS r. 200 062 2 12r15h1e l- MANLY 000 11002r6h 1e Rjulkham Hills N Lewer 5ip 6h ." 2 J K Hadaan 2id Oh 1 k Ow to N t o ass Hits W Harvey 3 B M..!j-rw 3 N Douglass 2 S Douglas 2 G -Waes R Haddan C Keshock S W iSt.1 C War Manly S Pacey Sio 12h 5k 4w D Vflrte 1 id Oh 0k Ow P Wood i?c- 3h 0k Ow to R Pierce Hits P 7r-?r 2 M Stevens S Pacey T Ccupan R Pierce i At Tonkin Oval -- CRONULLA I 26010-1726r23h3 . WESTERN SUBURBS 'w 002 1020Sr11h4e Gronulla W Heffernan 7io lib f-k '3 to C Mitchell Hits D Franklin 4Chr) D Beasly 4 G Franklin 3 T McConachie 3 D Murphy T Booker 28 D Hogan P O Neill M Honer M Hogan 24 FIVE DOCK RSL: Mxd pairs c'ship semi-f R Dunreith-Coooer R Dunreith-Coooer 24 P Clements V Ahrens 8 B Anderson J Davids 1 8 J Miller B Cox 16 INGLEBURN: Mjr pairs semi-f L Williams R Ross 27 G Cook G Hudson 11 K Fitzpatrick J Kelly 28 R Ting B David 1 1 F: R Ross 23 J Kelly 19 KYEEMAGH RSL: Mjr singles semi-f L Wenman 3 1 E Hyland 1 1 . J Pearce 31 T Elliott 27. Mnr singles semi-f K Mitchell 31 D Cruikshank 11. E Hyland 31 L Schutz 7 Pairs c'ship semi-f L King J Dunn 19 V Antomuk E Hyland 9 C Hodson M Home 21 R Hale D Reed 19 LANE COVE: Hep pairs semi-f A Campbell R Tyler 23 R Levy R Costin 14. S Waddell G Hillerman 29 C Regan R Charker 1 3 LEICHHARDT: Fours c'ship semi-f L Coakley D Moran J Saunders G Pike 29 E Tribe G Atkins K Flello R Pollard 21. R O Donnell L McMahon J McGuirk R Austin 25 N Hand W Howlett R Lucas A Conlon 18 F: R Austin 35 GPike 16 LIDCOMBE: Mjr-mnr pairs f R Dunn G Craig 22 R Valler C Daniel 21 Mxd pairs c'ship semi-f W Klein J Wilson 24 N Tibbies G Cooper 1 5. J Daley P Wiggins 25 V Payne J Payne 1 1. MANLY VALE: Consistency pairs semi-f J Pickering E Kemps-ter 91 D Poole T Booker 79. B Wade A Keeling 94 D Lloyd J Turner 76 PADSTOW: Mjr-mnr pairs f: A Byrnes R Willis 26 M Fisher N Benson 1 3 PEAKHURST: Fours c'ship semi-f J Kidd O Pritchard A Talbot D Aitkin 28 G Baker D Fletcher L Robinson R Stuart 23. C Langtry J Mcleod N Shoesmith E McDonnell 33 J Anderson B Rennie J Guthrie J Waller 1 1 PETERSHAM: RSL Mir singles f B Lynch 31 B Lecornu 19 PUNCHBOWL DIGGERS: Triples c'ship semi-f L Larsen R Pickford A Virag 20 B Walker A B Walker E McGrath 12. L Crane B Schreiber F Slaviero 32 H Pritchard j Och R Nock 7 Fours c'ship f E Cox J Och W Graham R Peislev 31 H Pritchard A B Walker R Nock F Slaviero 24 REVESBY WORKERS: Mxd pairs c'ship semi-f E Morando E Johnson 2 D Mitchell 2 R Thomas 2 P Munro W Moodie G Dunn Western Suburbs B Hunter 5-23io 18h 7k 11w P Pollard 13id 5h Ik 2w to P Pollard P McDermid Hits M Newby 2 I Klauzer 2 P McDermid 2 D Jenkins 2 B Hunter M Deluca J Aitken. At Oriole Stadium CAMPBELLTOWN 16 b NEWCASTLE 4 (no details available) At McLaughlin Reserve NEWCASTLE 001 005 303 12r17h8e CANTERBURY 001 161 001 10rl3h3e Newcastle S Lofts 9id 1 3h 8k 5w to M Hellver Hits S Weaver 3 M Hellyer 3 D Rodgers 2 L Wmgrove 2 S Tntten 2 I Anderson 2 C Watson S Barclay S Lofts Canterbury C Barnes 6-1. '3io 1 2h 5k 6w T Stewart 2-23io 5h 2k 2w to M Grant Hits S Sloan 4 S Thomoson 3 B Leonard 2 J Marks 2 G White M Grant SECOND GRADE Baulkham Hills 7 b Manly 3. Cronulla 12 b Western Suburbs 1 1 . Canterbury 5 b Newcastle 4 THIRD GRADE Baulkham Hills 15 b Manly 2. Cronulla 12 b Western Suburbs 4. Newcastle 5 b Canterbury 2. U-18 Manly 20 b Baulkham Hills 1. Western Suburbs 12 b Cronulla 8. Newcastle 7 b Canterbury 4 METROPOLITAN LEAGUE RD7 A Grade NSW Police Hawks 5 b Guildford Leagues 2. East Hills 5 b Baulkham Hills 4 B Grade: Arncliffe Scots 14 b Bankstown Soorts 2. Guildford Leagues 9 b NSW Police Hawks 0. East Hills 8 b Baulkham Hills 4. Willoughby 13 b Sydney Zephyrs 10 C Grade: Hawkesbury 8 b Fairfield 4. Pen-nth 13 b Winston Hills 6. Colv-ton-St Clair 14 b Colonials 10 D Grade Fairfield 12 b Arncliffe Scots 5. Wentworthville RSL 1 1 b Blacktown 9. Moorebank 20 b East Hills 4. Wentworthville Eagles 16 b Lidcombe Waratahs 1 1 . Canterbury 15 b Auburn 4 E Grade: Hawkesbury 19 b Fairfield 10. Kings Langley 12 b Blacktown 6. St Marys 15 b Baulkham Hills 12. Winston Hills 9 b Penrith 6 F Grade Arncliffe Scots 17 b Fairfield 7. Chipping Norton 18 b Kings Langley 7. Moorebank 15 b East Hills 11. Ingleburn 11 b Bankstown Sports 3. St Marys 15 b Colyton-St Clair 8 G Grade: Patten IS D Airey E Airey 17. R Masterson D Adam 19 T Taylor G Taylor 15 RIVERVIEW: Fours c'ship f K Oilerenshaw C Harrison I Fincato R Harrison 21 L Simpson R McKeown K Field I Soster 16 ST GEORGE LEAGUES: Fours c'ship qtr-f A Jarrett W Quinn ST JOHNS PARK: Triples c'ship f F Shearing J Hamilton K Linley 31 F Cuneo F Stnngbean J Curtin THE HILLS: Mxd triples c'ship semi-f E Webster G Webster R Palmer 40 L Hammond K Hammond A Bolt 6 TOONGABBIE: Fours c'ship f L Rowney K Watson K Valentine R Hooping 21 W Powell F Thomas D Green J Lane 12 Triples c'ship f G Barker A Cue K Chapman 22 E Wlodarski D Higgins C Taylor 20 WARRAWEE: Mxd fours c'ship f J Beattie R Boulter A Beattie R Boulter 19 B Gray M Longes J BartleyK Longes 17. BOXING WBC STRAW-WEIGHT TITLE FIGHT in Osaka. Japan Napa Katwanchai (Thai) b Hiroki loka (Jap) after 12 rds (Maipnty decision). CANOEING MANLY-WARRINGAH KAYAK at Narrabeen Lakes: Long distance 6km two-race series: A T McDermott B Kelly G Hughes B G Ashburner M Weaver M Rakicic C D Andrew D Roberts R Wall Doubles R Pick-ard-K Pickard D White-A Joyce P Chapel-C Chapel Hep A M Wilson B Kelly J Walker B J Reilly V Bird G Ashburner C D Andrew R Wall G Reide Hep PS A B Kelly T McDermott J Walker B M Rakicic J Reilly T Lancaster C D Andrew R Wall G Reide Line hnrs D White-A Joyce. P Chapel-C Chapel. M Wilkson. MARATHON SERIES: Race three at Wagga: MEN: Open: TK2 G Harrison-S Montgomery J Hills-C Gittens. J Waters-M Wool-ndge TK1 M Jones C Davey W George KI T Doyle R Howsden I Gardner C2 V Coulthart-G Coul-thart TC2 R Orr-R Arthur. A Jones-S Jones. J Lock-M Hawkins Jnr K1 S Wildman K Jones B O Sullivan Sub-inr TK1 : M Bastin RUGBY UNION BICENTENNIAL TOUR At Hawick. Scotland AUSTRALIA 29 (Scott Gourley 2. Acura Niuqila 2 David Campese tries: Michael Lynagh penalty 3 conversions) b SOUTH OF SCOTLAND 4 (David Rnbeson try) Half-time 23-0 Crowd: 5000 BRITISH MATCHES TOUR MATCHES: Wales 28 Western Samoa 6. SWIMMING SECOND NORTHERN SUBURBS CARNIVAL at North Sydney: MEN: Open: 200m indiv medley M Dunn (Knox PA) 2m17 87s (rec) S Meares (Lane Cove) A Olesen (Nth Syd). 100m freestyle: C Anderson (K PA) 55 00s (rec) S Meares (Lane Cove) A Green (Nth Sd) 100 backstroke C Anderson (KPA) 1m06 00s A Green (Nth Syd) M Dunn (KPA) 17yrs and Over: 50m breaststroke M Weeding (KPA) 31 24s (rec) T Harker (Nth Syd) A Williams (Nth Syd) BOYS: 15-16yrs: 100m freestyle C Anderson (KPA) 55 80s (rec) M Dunn (KPA) C Ford (Nth Svd). 100m butterfly. S Grieve (KPA) 1m04 03s (rec) A Olesen (Nth Svd) C Anderson (KPA) 13-14yrs: 100m breaststroke J Pearse (KPA) 1m18 88s B Trevitt (Nth Syd) C Cameron (Ku-nng-gai) 100m butterfly G Owen (KPA) 1m09 39s (rec) J Pearse (KPA) J Watson (Nth Syd). 12yrs: 100m backstroke D Gray (Nth Syd) 1 ml 9 32s (rec) A Hinde (KPA) D Huxtable (Ku-nng-gai) 100m butterfly D Gray (Nth Syd) 1m18 26s A Hinde (KPA) R Ward-Harvey (Nth Syd) lOyrs: 50m backstroke J Giovanelli (Ku-nng-gai) 41 18s P Huxtable (Castle Cove) P McNamara (Nth Syd) 9yrs: 50m backstroke N Germaine (KPA) 41 52s (rec) P Moore (Ku-rirg-gai) J Hazel (Balmoral) WOMEN: Open: 200m indiv medley M Burley (KPA) 2m36 26s (rec) M Gray (KPA) B Cross (KPA) 100m freestyle M Burley (KPA) 1m02 49s (rec) M Gray (KPA) S Monteith (Nth Syd) 100m backstroke B Cross (KPA) 1m1947s K Winter (KPA) S Monteith (Nth Svd) 17yrs and Over: 50m breaststroke: P Daw- BALMAIN ANNUAL REGATTA on Iron Cove: MEN: Open quad scull Haberfield ro. First grade: Coxless pair Sydney (1) 8m25s Sydney (2) Sydney (3) 1 7 84s 9 47s Single scull P Grady (Nepean) 9ml Is C Waghorn (Haberfield) M Sizzi (Drum-moyne) 4 Is easy. Lightweight single scull P O Grady (Nepean) M Hoffman (SU) Second grade: Single scull M Hoffman (SU) 9m27s C Watts (Nepean) G Ryder (Sydney) 5 92s 14 24s. Third grade: Eight Drummoyne. North Shore ntt Heavyweight coxed four Drummoyne 9m 13s North Shore. Drummoyne (2) 9 66s 1 75s Coxless pair Sydney Uni (1 ) 9m06s Sydney Uni (2) Mosman 9 42s 12 07s Double scull: Nepean (1) 9m42s Sydney. Nepean (2) 5 67s 28 84s Single scull J Hill (Sydney) 9m40s M Leary (Nepean) D Hicks (St Geo) 4 06s 7 36s Fourth grade: Eight: Leichhardt 4m04s. Drummoyne North Shore 5 13s 7 66s Single scull div 1 K Douglas (St Geo) 6m20s G Wilmott (Leichhardt) M Halase (Balmain)4 51s 15 30s Div 2 J Dullow (St Geo) 6m07s D Owen (Mosman) S Pavet (Bal-main) 54 45s 13 53s. Div 3 A McKenzie (UNSW) D Hoory (Leichhardt) S Austin (Nepean) 6m38s JNR: Coxed four Leichhardt 6m31s Mosman. Nepean 1 8 57s 7 34s Double scull Leichhardt 6m27s St George (1) Drummoyne (1) 4 09s 4 51s U-16yrs: Single scull J Allen (Leichhardt) 2mS0s C Coglin (Sydney) D Abernathy (Balmain) 1 3s 8 8s Div 2 M Hughes (Mosman) 2m42s M Greuff (Nepean 3) M Spencer (St Geo) 9 61s 7 98s WOMEN: First Grade: Coxless pair Nepean (1) 1 1m39s Mosman (2) Mosman (1) 2147s 1981s 1st2nd grade: Coxed four Mosman (1) Mosman (2) UNSW-SU comp ntt Single scull G Campbell (Leichhardt) 10m20s I Cullen (Syd Women) D Murrell (Syd Women) 6 44s 20 66s Second grade: Coxless pair UNSW 10m43s Nepean. Leichhardt 1112s 14 02s Third grade: single scull J Springer (SU) 12m46s J Clarke (St Geo) M Barlas (Drummoyne) 8 75s easy Fourth grade: quad scull North Shore 6m13s. Nepean. Drummoyne 43 97s easy Jnr single scull J Clarke (St Geo) 9m17s L Jenson (Leichhardt) C Zivkovic GPS OLD BOYS at Drum- moyne: Rd 7 SJC 47 snots 3 Dts TKS 36-1 SIC 48-3 SGS 40-1 Scegs wo-4 NC 0 SHS 54-4 TSC 23-0 Fpts SJC 18 '2 TSC 13 Scegs 13 SIC 12'2 TKS 12 SHS 12 SGS 9'2NC5'; AGC METROPOLITAN PAIRS at Five Dock- F R McCulla T Walsh (Dover Hgts Zone 10) 26 C Dawson K Ryan (West Sub Lgs Zone 9) 1 3 CLUB ASQUITH: Fours c'ship semi-f G Alberd S Marton D Smith J Mobbs 24 N McMillan B Wilder J Naylor T McCabe 23. P Chidgey R Perry R Kidd R Kurtz 29 V Baiker D Hoye B Gregory W Hamilton 27 Mxd pairs c'ship qtr-f T McCabe AUBURN; A and B pairs c'ship semi-f F Soelman R Walmsley 18 R Rawson F Costello 14. P Coburg K Currey 26 T Wade R Allen 1 4 BEXLEY: Triples c'ship f A Blacker M Finnimore A Gregor 20 F Willis P Hickey K Jones 1 9 BLACKTOWN DIGGERS: Mxd pairs c'ship f M Hookins P Aunsch 23 A Bray A Bray 15 BURWOOD: Mjr singles f R Phillips 31 MJanacek9 CABRAVALE DIGGERS: Mxd pairs c'ship f K Lumb W Spencer 22GLachHLachl8 CAMPBELLTOWN CITY: Fours c'ship semi-f S Hendley B Ryba L Kean A Beauchamp 21 J Wood M Cameron J Gatherer S O Loughlin 20. R Smith K Murdoch W Cook T Dornngton 27 R Highland K Robinson J Long J Strike 7 f T Dornngton W Cook K Murdoch R Smith 23 S Hendley B Ryba L Kean A Beauchamp 22. CAMPSIE: Mjr singles f J Matis31 P Sullivan 3 CARLINGFORD: Triples c'ship semi-f J Henderson D Fox R Foster 33 B Skippen G Stanfield R Bowerman 8. J Farr T Wilmont J Melham 20 A Halbut H Callaghan P Monk 1 5 Mxd pairs c'ship qtr-f P Monk R Lay B Pedimont A Buchanan COOKS RVIER: Mxd fours c'ship f J Booker B Morgan D Kiccaroo Katrese, Italy, o pts Eddie Cheever. USA. 5 pts 13: Mauricio Gugelmin. Brazil. 5pts. 14 Jonathan Palmer. Britain. 5 pts. 15: Andrea De Cesaris. Italy. 3 pts. 16 Pierluigi Martini. Italy. 1 pt. 17 Satoru Nakanma. Japan. 1 pt. (Only the best 11 results count). son (Ku-nng-gai) 38 08s (rec) A Harker (Nth Svd) C Sidwell (KPA) GIRLS: 15-16yrs: 100m freestyle M Burley (KPA) 1m03 11s (rec) M Gray (KPLA) K Winter (KPA) 100m butterfly M Burley (KPA) 1m10 54s (rec) K Pettehgell (KPA N Hay (KPA) 13-14yrs: 100m breaststroke E Gray (KPA) 1m26 34s B Cross (KPA) S Har-kness (NthSvd) 100m butterfly B Cross (KPA) 1m1199s (rec) N Germaine (KPA) W Antaw (Northbndge) 12yrs: 100m backstroke J Winter (KPA) 1m22 77s E Trollope (Ku-nng-gai) L Rigby (KPA) 100m butterfly J Winter (KPA) 1m28 00s B Allen (Nth Svd) G Field (Lane Cove) lOyrs: 50m backstroke G Moses (KPA) 42 09s L Watson (Castle Gove) D Morris (The Spit) 9yrs: 50m backstroke P Cross (KPA)-46 02s J Meredith (Ku-nng-gai) J Ferguson (NthSyd). SYNCHRONISED FIFTH INTERCLUB at Warrin-gah Aquatic Centre: A C Milne (Manly-Warringah Cygnets) 79 87 pts S Zimmer (Nataquas) 79 35 N Samuel (Auburn) 6651 B K Johnston (Nataquas) 6163 B Parker (Nataquas) 61 06 A Cas-teriano (Auburn) 55 73 C B Parker (Nataquas) 64 13 K Johnston (Nataquas) 63 58 A Casteri-ano (Auburn) 56 02 D S Ikeda (MW Cyg) 52 54 B Blay (MW Cyg) 43 66 E: E Jacobs (MW Cyg) 30 1 1 Novice 1 : K Lawson (KPA) 22 00 H Knorr (MW Cyg) 18 52 Novice 2 E Gray (KPA) 24 93 J Lawson (KPA) 23 83 P Hodges (KPA) 23 65. MOTOR RACING AUSTRALIAN FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX in Adelaide Final placings 1 Alain Prost. France. McLaren-Honda, one hour. 53 minutes 3nd, J,4. 676 seconds. 82 laps. 164 225 kph 2: Ayrton Senna CONSTRUCTORS' WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Final positions: 1 McLaren Honda. 199 pts 2: Ferrari. 65 pts. 3 Benetton Ford. 46 pts 4 Lotus Honda. 21 pts 5: Williams Judd. 20 pts 6 Arrows Megatron. 20 pts 7 March Judd. 20 pts 8: Tyrrell Ford. 5 pts 9: Rial Ford. 3 pts. 10: Minardi Ford. 1 Pt

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