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34 The Sydney Morning Herald SPORT Monday.August 16, 1993 Dittman has to decide Hat-trick allows Coventry to shoot down the Gunners between two cnamoi ons - A. MICK DITTMAN'S CANTERBURY TALES OF WOE RACETALK MARTIN TALTY SOCCER Saturday March 13 Horse Odds Position - Trainer Bint Marscay 2-5fav 2nd Lee Freedman Dancing Dynamite 4-6fav 2nd Brian Mayfield-Smith Sillusion 5-4fav last Graeme Rogerson Navy Seal 10-9fav 7th - Paul Perry Saturday August 14 Lucyrowe 1-1 fav 2nd Brian Mayfield-Smith Semii Ah Moo 9-4 2nd fav 6th Guy Waiter Social Path 9-10fav 9th Brian Mayfield-Smith Skating 8-11 fav last Graeme Rogerson weekend programs beginning to be a thorn in the champion jockey's side. Last Saturday, Dittman was expected to dominate the meeting and again prove his popularity with punters. But things did not go according to plan, and following bis only winning ride, on the Jack Denham-trained Whivory, he was jeered back to scale. His defeats on the well-fancied Lucyrowe, Semii Ah Moo, Social Path and Skating continued his horror run at Canterbury. Dittman also looked like dominating the last time racing was held on a weekend at Canterbury, but bis narrow win on Naturalism in the Canterbury Cup was bis only joy on a day which saw him beaten on Bint Marscay, Dancing Dynamite, Sillusion and Navy Seal. Both meetings were marred by distinct track bias, with those racing on or near the inside at a clear disadvantage. Skating was showing no ill-effects yesterday from her last place in Saturday's Premiere Stakes at Canterbury, and her spring campaign will now depend on the weather in Sydney and Melbourne. If Melbourne's wet spell continues, the mare will stay in Sydney and be aimed at the $400,000 Epsom Handicap, 1,600m, at Randwick on October 2, but if the weather is fine in Melbourne she will head there for a Cox Plate campaign. The VATC will seek a meeting with the Victorian State Government this week to put forward a case in support of the Show Day public holiday in September. Champion jockey Mick Dittman has three weeks to decide whether top filly Bint Marscay or outstanding galloper Naturalism is to be his top priority this spring. Initially, Naturalism was expected to resume in next Saturday's $201,000 Manikato Stakes, 1,200m, at Moonee Valley but his trainer, Lee Freedman, has decided to postpone the entire's resumption until the $100,000 Memsie Stakes, 1,400m, at Caul-field on September 4. Naturalism will then follow a path similar to last year's, towards the $1 million WS Cox Plate at Moonee Valley in October by taking in the $200,000 John F Feehan ' Stakes, 1,600m, at the course on September 18 before the $200,000 Turnbull Stakes, 2,000m, at Flemington on October 2. Freedman has also pencilled in the Caulfield Stakes should he consider Naturalism needs another run before the Cox Plate, but this campaign has put Dittman in a position any jockey in Australia would envy. While the postponement of Naturalism's resumption has given Dittman more time to decide, the dates of the entire's other planned starts in Melbourne coincide with the campaign of Bint Marscay in Sydney, with Freedman looking at her becoming the first filly to collect the AJC-STC $200,000 "Princess Series" Bonus. LONDON, Sunday: Mick Quinn grabbed a hat-trick -including two goals in three minutes after the break as Coventry shocked Arsenal 3-0 at Highbury yesterday, the first day of the English premier league season. Quinn's former club, Newcastle, could have done with his finishing at St James's Park, where England striker Teddy Sheringham gave Tottenham's Ossie Ardiles a dream managerial debut with the only goal in a 1-0 victory. Sheringham's England teammate, Nigel Clough, went one better, scoring both goals in his Liverpool debut to give his side a 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday at Anfield under the eye of national team boss Graham Taylor. Taylor also saw Wednesday's international midfielder, Carlton Palmer, receive the first red card of the new season for a nasty foul on Liverpool's Dane Jan Molby in the 12th minute. Manchester United open their defence of the title at Norwich City today. Arsenal, winners of the F A and League Cups last season, gave away a penalty when England defender Lee Dixon brought down Zimbabwe winger Peter Ndlovu, Quinn opening his account from the spot in the 34th minute. US international Roy Wegerle laid on two more for Quinn in the 62nd and 65th minutes, the first with a deft back heel. Clough, signed by Graeme Souness from relegated Nottingham Forest in June, did not disappoint the Liverpool fans. He scored from a tight angle in the 39th minute, and was on hand to stab the ball home after England goalkeeper Chris Woods fumbled a header from former Tottenham defender Neil Rud- dock two minutes into the second half. Sheringham, the . premier league's top marksman last season with 22 goals, scored in the 36th minute from a fine through ball by busy midfielder . Tinny. Sam ways to make it a triumphant return for Ardiles to the club which sacked him 18 months ago. The goalpost denied Kevin Keegan's Newcastle an injury-time equaliser from a free kick by Liam O'Brien. Tottenham's Norwegian goalkeeper Erik Thor-stvedt, who made several fine saves during the match, then stopped Robert Lee's effort from the rebound. Aston Villa, runners-up last season, beat Queen's Park Rangers 4-1 with new signing Andy Townsend in fine form in midfield and big striker Dalian Atkinson scoring twice. But two of the goals came in injury time, and QPR had the best player on the field in England striker Les Ferdinand, who scored a superb,! Jirst-balf equaliser. VsifnA : Everton striker Peter Beagrie scored the first goal of the new premier league season in the 10th minute in a 2-0 win at Southampton. Ardiles's former Spurs mid-field partner, Glenn Hoddle, had a less happy premier league debut as manager of Chelsea, who went down 2-1 at home to Blackburn Rovers. Sheffield United made light of the departure of striker Brian Deane to Leeds for 2.7 million (SA5.9 million) with a 3-1 home win over promoted Swindon. Full results below. won the Furious Stakes at Randwick on Yodelay before winning the Turnbull on the entire when Dittman opted for Sydney and took his first Epsom Handicap aboard Kinjite. This spring will see the return of Freedman's stable rider, Damien Oliver, on Naturalism should Dittman reject the mount on Bint Marscay. "We're quite happy for Damien to ride the horse," Silk said. Oliver had been the regular rider of Naturalism, partnering him to his Victoria Derby placing, but was replaced after the colt resumed in the autumn of his three-year-old year. Another "problem" facing Dittman is that at some later stage this spring he must decide whether he can fulfil an obligation to champion New Zealander Veandercross. One thing for certain is that Dittman is happy to have the Saturday meeting at Canterbury over and done with, with the Dittman will reunite with the filly in next Saturday's opening leg of the series, the $100,000 Silver Shadow Stakes, 1,200m, at Randwick before he decides whether to take up the Naturalism option or remain partner to Bint Marscay in the $75,000 Furious Stakes on September 4, the $100,000 Tea Rose Stakes on September 18 and the $250,000 Flight Stakes on September 2. Naturalism's senior part-owner, Stephen Silk, said connections had an undertaking that Dittman would ride the horse this spring. "He may ride Bint Marscay in the fillies' races, but I don't think he would be riding her in the Cox Plate," Silk said. "I think hell give us a decision some time next week." Dittman found himself in a similar position last year with Simon Marshall filling in during his absence. Marshall won the Memsie on Naturalism on the day Dittman Mick Dittman . . . has to decide between top filly Bint Marscay or outstanding galloper Naturalism. Double Malt stirs Melbourne Cup interest BRIEFS MAX PRESNELL betting ring with beer bottles in hand. Perhaps this is accepted behaviour at the night cricket and rugby league games, but it would not be tolerated on an AJC course. As one STC stalwart commented: "The idea of young members is good as long as they're kept in their own compound." THE finishing speed of Pho-cian in the Toyota Parts Handicap at Canterbury was hardly flash. While promising, Phocian, according to Clockspeed, only recorded 25.74s for his final 400m. This hardly compared to March Hare, the three-year-old in the Premiere Stakes. March Hare, a likely rival for Phocian later in the season, ran his last section in 23.94. up the Melbourne operation over the next 12 months. "By the spring of '94 we hope to have around 40 horses in training at Epsom," said John Hawkes, ramrod at Crown Lodge. Hawkes has more than 90 horses in full work at Crown Lodge, the Warwick Farm stable, but will send a team south where his son, Wayne, will head the operation. The Inghams have always had a few horses in Melbourne when Hawkes was in charge before coming to Sydney. The STC Young Members had a gala day for more than 200 at Canterbury pn Saturday but raised the ire "of some regulars. By the final race, a good time had been had by all, and quite a few drifted into the members' Double Malt missed out on the Cups carnivals last year because owner Carole Richards went on holidays. Jockey Larry Olsen felt he was a Melbourne Cup candidate but Richards could not bear the thought of Double Malt racing in Australia while she was abroad. Trainer Les Bridge went along with the owner and turned him out after his most impressive success, the Wyong Cup. Judging by his performance in the weight-for-age Premiere Stakes at Canterbury on Saturday, connections are now going to benefit from the rest. Double Malt was having his first start since February 27, as he ended his autumn campaign after jarring a joint "It wasn't serious and we could Burst? A winner of the Grand Slam as a two-year-old, Burst did not have the same domination at three, but was certainly competitive with the top bracket, including Skating, the wipe-out of the day at Canterbury. Trainer Clarrie Conners has Burst coming along nicely for a sprint campaign this spring. "Burst will be set for the Gadsden Stakes $301,000 down the straight 1,200m at Fleming-ton," Conners said. Meanwhile his Melbourne Cup hope, Air Seattle, is progressing perfectly and will head south in the next couple of weeks. THE Woodland Stud syndicate, the major breeding and racing arm of "Chicken Kings" Jack and Bob Ingham, will build trailed the field by two lengths but went to the line in a sizzling 23.64s for the final 400m. . Bridge intends to give him a sprint campaign heading towards the Epsom at Randwick before taking Double Malt to Melbourne. Cup stayers do not generally have the acceleration of Double Malt and considering he can act in weight-for-age sprints with only 49.5kg, he is nicely weighted for the Melbourne Cup on November 2. The trainer is not concerned about receiving a penalty, as it gives him enough ballast to allow Larry Olsen to take the mount. Olsen was having his first ride on Saturday since scoring on Our Shockwave in June at Randwick. WITH Klokka and Flitting doing so well in the Premiere Stakes, what has happened to TENNIS LOS ANGELES, Sunday: Martina Navratilova felt in total control when she beat Gabriela Sabatini of Argentina 6-16-1 in 52 minutes in the semi-finals of the $US375,000 ($A556,312) Virginia Slims of Los Angeles yesterday. Top-seeded Arantxa Sanchez Vicario of Spain beat lOth-seeded American Lori McNeil 7-5 6-2 in the other semi-final. In Cincinnati, Ohio, US Open champion Stefan Edberg capitalised on world No 1 Pete Sampras' shaky serve to advance to the final of the $US1.6 million ($A2.3 million) ATP tennis tournament Edberg won 6-7 (37), 7-5, 7-6 (75) and advanced to a final showdown with Michael Chang, who earlier beat Andre Agassi 7-6 (73), 5-7, 7-5. LACROSSE EDINBURGH, Saturday: Australia finished third as the United States retained the women's lacrosse world cup by beating England 4-1 in the final. In the play-off, Canada took the lead after only 30 seconds against Australia but were swept aside 14-3 as the Australians took third place. have gone ahead with him," Bridge said. "However the spring has always been considered his major target" Now a very robust five-year-old with only 25 runs on his record sheet, Double Malt went into the Premiere in better condition than any of his rivals. After a slow start, Double Malt SPORT SUMMARY Sport Detail continued from page 32 BILLIARDS NSW U-18 CSHIP at Snooker-world: Qtr-f: B Srratn 382 b C Emmett 66. R Budd 191 b J Hastings 185. I Barber 247 b G Iwachiw 195. B Hallam 215 b J Chaooel SO SemM: B Smith 479 b R Budd 2S9. B Hallam 377 b I Barber 333 Final: B Smith 508 b B Hallam- 253. HB B Smith 72. A Reserves' 1 Cnappel 119 b J Hastings 101 ' 7- 11 7-11 11-7 16-1413-11 11-7 T Brown -J Paul b B Adam-B Lindstrom 11-9 11-3 11-9 11-7. Final: T Brown-J Paul b F Quach-J Sens 9-11 11-8 11-3 4-11 11-5 11- 6. Women: Open Sob: Quart-f: K Tepper b S Palmer (NZ) 21-14 21-4 21-10 C Dillon b A Aituneg (NSW) 21-18 21-19 13-21 19-21 21-19 L Zhai b J Tepper 21-18 21-15 21-14 S Zhou b K Gould (SA) 21-14 21-18 21-10. SemM: K Tepper b C Dillon 21-13 21-12 21-15 S Zhou b L Zhai 22-20 21-17 21-16. Final: K Tepper bS Zhou 21-14 24-26 21-18 21-19. Dots: SemM: K Tepper S Zhou b J Langley M Mathieu (New Caledonia) 21-9 21-10 21-6 J Tepper M Tobln b T Auchterionie (Tas) K Gould 17-21 21-17 21-15 21-18. Final: K Teoper-S Zhou b J Tepoer-M Tobin 27-25 21-18 2 1 -1 3. U20 sgls: Quart-f: S Zhou b Y Li 11-4 11-5 11-3 12-10 11-9T Auchterionie b M Low (NZ) 11-3 12- 14 7-11 11-7 11-9 11-1 3-11 11-7 A Aituneg b K Pon (WA) 11-411-3 11-411-7 11-4 C Dillon b T Phillips (NZ) 11-911-711-8 11-7 12-10. Seml-f: S Zhou b T Auchterionie 11-411-911-711-5 11-2 C Dillon b A Aituneg 4-11 14-12 14-12 12-10 5-11 11-4 8- 11 11-8. Final: S Zhou bC Dillon 11-9 12-10 11-5 11-9 11-9. UI7: Sgls: Final: K Pon (WA) b L Mitchell (NZ) 11-3 11-7 11-6 8-11 5-11 11-6. DMs: Final: R Pearce-S Zhou b V Garrett (NZ)-L Mitchell (NZ) 6-11 12O0 13-11 7-11 11-97-11 1 1-5. Mxd: Open: DMs: Final: D Makaling-K Tepper b P Langley (SA)-J Tepper 21-13 21-19 23-21. side 1 b Panthers o. Mooreoank 9 b Easts 1. Sutherland 1 b Southern Highlands 0. Pts A: Northside 23 Dragons 20 Easts 15 lllawarra 15 Raiders 14 Liverpool 9 Southern Highlands 7 Camobelltown 1. B: Northside 21 Sutherland 18 Camobelltown 16 Southern Highlands 15 Moorebank 13 Panthers 10 Easts 9 Wollongong 2. MOTOCROSS PETER JACKSON SUPER-CROSS MASTERS at Sydney Entertainment Centre: Rd 7: T Dorron (Suzuki) 1. S Andrew (Kawasaki) 2. K Ashkenazi (Suzuki) 3. P Sargent (Yamaha) 4. S Kalos (US Yamaha) 5. S Burgin (Yamaha) 6. J Elliott (Kawasaki) 7. G Bell (Team MC Mart Honda Motocross) 8. Final pladngs: G Bell 105 K Ashkenazi 101 T Dorron 78 S Andrew 75 L Hogan (Yamaha) 68 D Britton (Team MC Mart Honda Motocross) 62 B Perese (Yamaha) 53 P Sargent 48 J Elliott 45 M Jones (US Suzuki) 31. NETBALL AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS SPORTS COUNCIL U-16 SECONDARY CSHIPS In Sydney: Final: Queensland 45 b Western Australia 44. South Australia 64 b ACT 43. NSW 63 b Victoria 59. Final pladngs: NSW 1 . Vic 2. SA 3. ACT 4. Qld 5. WA 6. NT 7. Aust honour team: J Elvey S GHsenan K McDowell N Muir K Natoli L Nesbitt E O'Halloran S O Shea R Parnell K Vennus. ORIENTEERING LONG ORANGE CSHIP: 21vn and over A: J Davis 1h42m42s R Mountstephens 8 Trewin. B: A Scott 1h44m46s G Prosser C Baker. C: T Anderson 1h25m32s K Richardson. 17vrs: R Walter 1h38m16s T Walter J O'Connor. SSyrs: N Dvteiewski 1h49m02s N Wilmott A Lumsden. 45yrs: O Lotty 1h3Sm59s R Allison T Bluett. SSyrs: I Hassell Ihl6m06s P Pirionen M Hughes. WOMEN: 21vrs and over A: N Taws 1h39m22s G Macken N Plunkett-Cole. C: S Froude 1h20m18s J O'Connor N Nygh. 17yrs: J Calder 1h14m11s B Allison J Allison. SSyrs: S Garnett 1h29m08s K Hermann J Sargood. 4Syrs: V Hodsdon 1h36m39s. RIFLESHOOTING MRCA at Anzac Range: 20Om Rabbit Snoot: Master: J O'Connor (USD 99.5. A: G Schroeder (USD 98.6 M Lewis (Qantas) 9S.2. : D Preece (RAE) 98.3 B Hey (State Pen) 97.5. C: A Gee (State Pen) 92.4 G Marshall (State Pen) 91.2 P Young (RAE) 91.1. D: R Oliver (State Pen) 92.3 P Bourke (Navy) son (Dubbo) 1h21m16s I Chrlsti-son (St George) S Meehan (Parramatta) U-15 20km: B Brooks (St George) 32m47s B Murohy (Bath-urst) T Kersten (lllawarra). U-13 10km: B Kersten (lllawarra) I9m27s M O'Connor (Southern Cross) D Rae (Penrith Panthers). WOMEN: 60km: C Twomev (lllawarra) 1hr44m1s J Hall (Penrith Panthers) K Ouncanson (Sydney Cycle). Jnr 35km: K Miller (Parra-matta) 1hr3m56s K Dudley (Bath-urst) M Drew (Northern Suburbs). FENCING NSW GRADE CSHIP at Rockdale: Final ptadngs: MEN: R Ottelli (UTS) K Theakston (UTS) P Chicco (UNSW). WOMEN: S Munro (ANU) J Farrimond (TSC) S Johnson (MW). GYMNASTICS STATE TRIALS INNER CITY at Glebe PCVC: Women Snr Level 4: D Itkowiz (Eastern Subs) 34 85 A Conibear (Ascham) 33.20 A Harrlcks (Bondi-Waverley) 32.85. Level 5: L Burrows (Centre Gym Club) 35.6 V Kershaw (Ascham) 34.05 Y Lettes (Glebe PCYC) 33.10. Level 6: N King (Gladesville) 32.35 L Bodlander (Eastern Subs) 31.75 S Glbson-Breaden (Eastern Subs) 31 45. Jnr Level 4: K Nicholson (Eastern Subs) 35.25 E See-Winder (Bondi-Waverlev) 34.25 P Ponce (Eastern Subs) 33.70. Level S: P Scardino (Glebe PCYC) 35.30 E Marsden (Eastern Subs) 34.20 K Laurendet (Bunnerong) 33.45. Level 6: F Knight (Bunnerong) 33 90 S Koss (Bondi-Waverley) 33.45 C Lucas (Bunnerong) 33.30. SOUTHERN REGION In Camp-belrtown: Snr level 6: E Pagano (Bankstown YMCA) 49.1 D Peacock (Ingleburn RSL) 48.6 M Affleck (Camobelltown RSL) 46.9. Level 5: C Arnold (Bankstown YMCA) 51.6 D Richards (Banks-town YMCA) 50.6 D Franke (Heathcote-Engadine) 48.3. Level 4: S Bruce (Inglebum RSL) 48.6 S Peacock (Ingleburn RSU 47.7 R Camobell (Highlands) 47.3. nr level 5: D Bakuniwicz (Bankstown YMCA) 53.4 T Atanasow (Ingleburn RSL) 48.6 L Becher (Ingleburn RSL) 47.3. Level 4: B Hudson (Camobelltown RSL) 50.35 J Whitburn (Camobelltown RSL) 49.0 J Brignell (Bankstown YMCA) 48.90. HOCKEY AUSTRALIAN U-16 SCHOOLGIRL CSHIP In Newcastle: South Australia 3 b ACT 0. Western Australia 4 b Northern Territory 0. NSW (1) 6 b Victoria 1. Queensland 4 b NSW (2) 0. SYDNEY VETERANS: Rd 13: A Grade: Easts 2 b Camobelltown 0. Raiders 4 b lllawarra 1. Dragons 1 drew with Liverpool 1. Norths Ide 9 b Southern Highlands 0. B: Camobelltown 2 b Wollongong 1. North- M Green c Finney P Young M Morris J O'Connor. RAIL AND TRAM INSTITUTE OPEN at Malabar: 300m A: F McDermott (Mosman Neutral Bay) 50.5. B: T Silver (Gosford) 50.3. C: L Overs (Rail and Tram) 48.1. 500m A: R Bailey (Sydney VDC) 50.8. B: H Bongers (Concord) 50.7. C: M Graves (UNSW) 50.6. 600m A: D Thompson (UNSW) 50.6. B: I Trevathan (Yorkshire) 49.1. C: M Graves 49.3. Agg A: D Thompson 150.17 P Thurtell (Yorkshire) 148.17 F McDermott 148.14 J Bailey (Sydney VDC) 148.12 K Walte (Banks-town) 148.10. : H Bongers 147.19 R Clark (Klama Albion Pk) 1 45.1 2 W Moore (Hurstville VDC) 1 44.1 2 I Trevathan 1 44.7 A Brown (Rail and Tram) 144.7. C: D Scales 144.4 M Graves 143.14 L Overs 1 42.2 T Morgan 1 41 .9 M Marshall 138.13. Woman: H Griffith (Sydney Naval) 145.12. SAILING XXXX SUNSHINE COAST OFF-SHORE CSHIP: PS f: IMS: Joint Venture IV (P Elliott Vic) 6.00 Midnight Express 0 Roberts Qld) 1 1.00 Morning Mist III (A Neate Vic) 17.75. Arbitrary A: Blllycart (C Marcus Qld) 17.50 Morning Mist III 21.25 Robbocoo (B Robertson Qld) 25.00. B: Andurll (D Jewry Qld) 18.75 Aggression (G Werner Qld) 22.00 New Blood (P Gal NSW) 23.5. Multi-hull: Pas-sijn (P Klnnaird Qld) 6.25 Hlalani (R Cleveland Qld) 8.5 Predator (B Anstee Qld) 15.0. JOG: Instigator (B Shaw Qld) 3.75 B52 (T Lei ten Qld) 10.0 Umzfmkulu II (S Cripos Qld) 15.0. IOR: Insurance Exchange (P Sorensen NSW) 6.25 Phoenix Contractors (P Cavanagh NSW) 7.25. KOGARAH BAY: WS: Just Right (C Oomenlcl) Bath Toy. Wind Switch. Fastest: Bath Toy (K Chidsev). MANLY: NRMA WS ht 5: Hotfoot (K Doyle) Felicity Four. Hagar II PSf: Pam (P McDonald). F11 ht 5: Fourstroke (I Cameron) Soadework. Minx. PS f: Four-stroke. SOCCER WORLD CUP CONCACAFfO-CEANIA Play off: 2nd Leg: AUSTRALIA 2 (Frank Farina 45m Mehmet Durakovic 77m) b CANADA 1 (Lyndon Hooper 55m) at Sydney Football Stadium. Crowd: 25.982. Referee: S Obata (Japan). Canada won 1st leg 2-1. With tie locked at 4-4 on the away goals rule. Australia won penalty shoot-out 4-1 to progress to the next round of ouallfvlng to meet the second placed team from the South American playoff group of Argentina. Columbia. Paraguay and Peru.). NSW SUPER LEAGUE First Grade: Lelchhardt Tigers 3 (B Beddonl B Maloney 2) b Sutherland Shire 0. Warringah TENNIS Amey it-anj i.uz.. o: MiKa Haruna Uap) 1 02 92 Men's 100m Butterfly: 1: Mark Henderson (US) 53.91. 2: Seth Pepper (US) 54 27. 3: Danyon Loader (NZ) 54.35. 4 Mitsuhara Takane Gap) 54 38 5: Miller Scott (Aust) 54 41. 6: Stephen Clarke (Can) 55.15. 7: William Kirbv (Aust) 55.35. 8: Hirosro Miura (Jao) 55 44. Women's 200m Backstroke: 1: Barbara Bedford (US) 2.10 97. 2: Lea Loveless (US) 2.1 1 .42. 3: Leigh Habler (Aust) 2.13.89. 4: Anna Simcic (NZ) 2.14 43. 5: Meguml Shlgeta (Jao) 2:15.51. 6: Lee Chang-ha (Sth Kor) 2.16 04. 7: Nicole Stevenson (Aust) 2 17.36. 8: Yoko Koikawa (Jap) 2 17 62. Men's 200m Backstroke: 1: Royce Sharp (US) 1 59.21. 2: Tripp Schwenk (US) 2 00.08. 3: Haiime Itoi (Jap) 2.00 68 4: Kevin Draxin-ger (Can) 2 01 53. S: Ji Sang-ioon (Sth Kor) 2 01.64 6: Scott Miller (Aust) 2 01 88 7: Rvuii Horii (JaD) 2.02 29. 8: Raymond Brown (Can) 2.03 61. Women's 400m Freestyle Relay: 1: United States (Meiame Vaien-rio. Nicole Haislett. Angel Martina Jenny Thompson) 3 42 56 2 Australia (Anna Windsor. Sarah Rvan. Sally-Ann Sullivan. SusanO'Neill) 3.46.20. 3: Canada (Marianne Limpert. Shannon ShakesDeare. Patricia Levesoue. Joanne Maiar) 3 47.55. 4: Japan (Sumika Minamoto. Hitomi Maehara. Avako Nakano. SuzuChiba) 3.48.19. 5: South Korea (Jeong Won-Kyong. Lee Ji-Hvun. Jung Yu-Jin. Lee-Chang-Ha) 4.02 31. . Men's 400m Freestyle Relay: 1: United States (Joe Hudepohl. Seth Pepper. David Fox. Jon Olsen). 3.1750. 2: Australia (Christopher Fydler. Darren Lange. Andrew Baildon.Matthew Dunn) 3 2053. 3: Canada (Sebastien Goulet. Dean Kondziolka. Stephen Clarke.RoB-ert Braknis) 3.22.01. 4: New-Zealand (John Steel. Danyon Loader. Craig Ford. Trent Bray) 3.25 79 5: Japan (Haiime Oono. Masakatsu Usami. Hiroshi Fukuda. TaiheiMaeda) 3.26 30. 6: Kazakstan (Sergei Borisenko. Alexander Savitsky. AndreiGavriiov. Alexei Egorov) 3 30.95 7: South Korea (Kim Dong-Hveoa Kang Ki-Taek. Lee Yun-Ahn.. JiSang-Joon) 3.32.53. WRESTLING COMMONWEALTH CSHIPJ At Victoria. Canada Men: 46kg: 1: Ramesh Kumar (India). 2: Rob Welland (Can). 3: Isaac Jacob (Nig). 52kg: 1: Selwyn Tarn (Can). 2: Shane Stannett (NZ). 3: Anil Kumar (India). 57kg: 1 : Naseer Ahmad (Pak). 2: Ashkok Kumar (India). 3: Norm Soence (Can). 62kg: 1 : Paul Hughes (Can). 2: Mohammed Umar (Pak). 3: Aroutiaun Barseguian (Cyprus). 68kg: 1: Craig Roberts (Can). 2: Ibo Oziti (Nig). 3: Sucha Singh (India). 74kg: 1 : Cory Kwak (Can). 2: Shane Rigbv (Eng). 3: Reindid Ozoline (Aust). 82kg: 1: Gary Holmes (Can). 2: Chris Brown (Aust). 3: M. Bashir Bhola Bhala (Pak). 90kg: 1 : Alf Wurr (Can) (by walk-over, silver medalist injured). 2: Graeme English (Scot). 3: Saniak Kumar (India). 100kg: 1: Christian lloanusi (Nig). 2: Kehar Singh (India). 3: Greg Eagelow (Can). 130 kg: 1: Jeff Thue (Can). 2: Abdul Maieed (Pak). 3: Jagdish Singh (India). Team Results: 1: Canada (85 pts. 2: India (80). 3: Nigeria (52). 4: Pakistan (47). 5: Australia (46). 6: England (45). 7: Scotland (42.3). S: New Zealand (33). 9: Sri Lanka (22.3). 10: Cyprus ( 1 7). 1 1 : Namibia (9.3). Kepper. lei-isnp: m tvianne. Trim That. Insanity. U-16 boys: Macho. Da Farge. Kids Stuff. U-6Lt: Hustler. Outlaw. Double Trouble II. Stock: Bat Out Of Hell. Bloodshot Hazy. Women: Acttv a. Clayton. J P Special. U-16 girts: Nice N Easy. Very Touchy. Social: Moonlight. Lil Wendy. Sly Merc 0-140hp: The Menace, lona. 69er. U-13 boys: Stress Factor. Nut Cracker. U-13 girls: Tin Lids. Star Fire. SWIMMING PAN PACIFIC CSHIPS At Kobe. Japan Finals Women's 50ms Freestyle: 1: Jenny Thompson (US) 25.60. 2: Angel Martino (US) 25.78. 3: Jessica Amey (Can) 26.06. 4: Shannon Shakespeare (Can) 26 2 1 . 5: Sumika Minamoto (Jap) 26.31. 6: Sarah Rynn (Aust) 26.33. 7: Anna Windsor (Aust) 26.48. 8: Ayako Nakano (Jao) 26.80. Men's 50ms Freestyle: 1: Jon Olsen (US) 22.68. 2: Joe Hudepohl (US) 22.95. 3: Dean Kondziolka (Can) 23.16. 4: Darren Lange (Aust) 23.17. S: Andrew Baildon (Aust) 23.1 9. 6: Sergei Borisenko (Kazakstan) 23.33. 7: Robert Braknis (Can) 23.52. 8: Felipe Delgado (Ecuador) 23.60. Women's 200ms Breaststroke: 1: Anita Nail (US) 2.28.40. 2: Rebecca Brown (Aust) 2.28.42. 3: Kristine Quance (US) 2.28.75. 4: Guylaine Cloutier (Can) 2.31.11. 5: Kvoko Iwasaki (Jao) 2.31.37. 6: Nathalie Giguere (Can) 2.31 .62. 7: Kvoko Kasuya Cap) 2.31.83. 8: Yun Mi-Yun (Sth Kor) 2.3558. Women's 200 metres Individual medley: 1: Allison Wagner (US) 2.12.54. 2: Hitomi Maehara (Jap) 2.14.60. 3: Elli Overton (Aust) 2.15.45. 4: Nicole Haislett (US) 2.16.00. S: Marianne Limpert (Can) 2.16.46. 6: Jacoueline McKenzie (Aust) 2.18.43. 7: Joanne Malar (Can) 2.18.57. 8: Yoshie Nishioka (Jao) 2.20.19. Men's 200m Individual Medley: 1: Matthew Dunn (Aust) 2.01.52. 2: Greg Burgess (US) 2.01.54. 3: Trio Zedlitz (US) 2.03.38. 4: Curtis Myden (Can) 2.03.70. S: Ron Watson (Can) 2.04.08. 6: Tatsuya Kinugasa (Jao) 2.05.83. 7: Craig Ford (NZ) 2.05 89. B: Danyon Loader (NZ) 2.06.23. Women's 800m Freestyle: 1: Janet Evans (US) 8mins 23.72 sees. 2: Havley Lewis (Aust) 8.26 86. 3: Claudia Poll (Costa Rica) 8.33.80. 4: Stacey Gartrell (Aust) 8.38.34. 5: Trina Jackson (US) 8.39.79. 6: Masae Kawashima (Jap) 8.45.57. 7: Sachiko Miyaii (Jap) 8.46.24. 8: Melissa Knox (Can) 8.52.45. Women's 400m Freestyle: 1: Janet Evans (US) 4min 07.47 sees. 2: Claudia Poll (Costa Rica) 4.09.61. 3: Suzu Chiba (Japan) 4.10.67. 4: Havley Lewis (Aust) 4.12.57. 5: Trina Jackson (US) 4.14.28. 6: Julie Maier (Aust) 4.16.27. 7: Joanne Malar (Can) 4.16.83. 8: Sachiko Miyaii Clap) 4.17.65. Men's 400ms Freestyle: 1: Kieren Perkins (Aust) 3.49.43. 2. Daniel Kowalski (Aust) 3.52.18. 3. Chad Canin (US) 3.52.46. 4. Josh Davis (US) 3.55.49. 5. Bang Seung-hoon (Sth Kor) 3.55.99. 6. Masavuki Fuiimoto (Jao) 3.56.07. 7. Turlough O'Hare (Can) 3.58.19. 8. Hisato Yasui (Jap) 4.00.28. Women's 100m Butterfly: 1: Jenny Thompson (US) 59.33. 2: Susan O'Neill (Aust) 59.86. 3: Petria Thomas (Aust) 1.01.03. 4: Paige Wilson (US) 1.01.45. S: Rie Shito (Jao) 1.01.67. 6: Sarah Evnnetz (Can) 1.01.73. 7: Jessica PRESIDENTS: SemM: Northern Subs 4-38 b Manly Warringah 4- 34. Wollongong 5-42 b Eastern Subs 3-41. Dlv 3: Hills Dist (1) 5- 45 b lllawarra 3-37. Dlv 4 North Western 5-35 b Eastwood Thornleigh 3-27. Dlv 5: Camden 5-31 b Hawkesbury 3-29. Dlv 6: Black-town 6-46 b Marrickville 2-23. SHEA WILTON: SemM: Canterbury Bankstown 5-39 b lllawarra (1) 2-23. Eastern Subs 6-41 b Eastwood Thornleigh 2-18. TREMLETT: Dlv 1 semM: Hills Dist 8 b Fairfield 0 on fft. Parramatta Baulkham Hills 6-47 b Southern Dists 2-38. TWYFORD JONES: SemM: lllawarra 6-43 b Southern Dists 2-7. Hawkesbury 7-46 b Canterbury Bankstown (1) 1-15. WADE AND NEAL: Seml-f: lllawarra (1) 5-40 b Southern Dists (1) 3-27. Eastern Subs 4-38 b Newcastle 3-31. Dlv 3: Southern Dists (2) 5-43 b Hawkesbury 3-35. Dlv 4: Gosford (2) 4-31 b Black-town (2) 4-27. Dlv S: Canterbury Bankstown 5-39 b North Western 3-30. TENPINS GSTBA INTERDISTRICT: A: Fairfield 16 b Kings Park 3. Hurstville 10 b Mt Druitt 9. Rockdale 12-12 b Chester Hill 6- 12. Blacktown City 1 3 b Camobelltown 6. Jamison 1 3 b Werring-ton 6. Western Districts 12 b Kingswood 7. Bankstown 10 b Colvton 9. Enfield 13 b Mt Druitt City 6. Liverpool 14 b Parramatta 5. Penrith 13 b Blacktown 6. HIG: A Bonanni 258. HIS: M Geaghan 664. HTG: Colvton 1003. HTS: Fairfield 2824. Graded: Fairfield 1 1 b Mt Druitt 8. Blacktown 8 b Regents Park 7. Sylvania 13 b Camobelltown 6. Minchinbury 19 b Fairfield West 0. Bass Hill 17 b Rockdale 2. Chester Hill 14 b Colvton 5. Southgate 15 b Parramatta 4. Sefton 1 4 b Penrith City 5. HIG: P Grainger 213 J Anderson 213 A Annand 213. HIS: D Buekman 568. HTG: Mt Druitt 918. HTS: Fairfield 2597. WOMEN: Fairfield 16 b Penrith 3. Minchinbury 14 b Chester Hill 5. Liverpool 10 b St George 9. Fairfield City 13 b Mt Druitt 6. Rockdale 18 b Harris Park 1. Hornsby lib Blacktown 8. Parramatta lib Liverpool City 8. Rushcutter 10b Blacktown City 9. HIG: J Morlev 224. HIS: R Green 601. HTG: Fairfield 942. HTS: Rockdale 2612. TBA ALL STATES FOOD CLASSIC SERIES at NuVlslon Bowt Chester Hill: Stepladder finals: T Murray 221 b J Beckwitch 175. T Murray215bM Donaldson 205. T Murray 198 b S Cummings 166. Grand-final: T Murray 194 b A Frawley 168. Other pladngs: D McRae 6 D Vaughan 7 J McRae 8 S Hateley 9 W Griffiths 10. VOLLEYBALL SYDNEY LEAGUE at Liverpool: Liverpool 3 b Sutherland 2 (14-16 8-15 15-2 15-6 15-12). Women: Liverpool 3 b Strathfield 0 (15-10 15-12 15-6). WATERSKIING ENID BRUCE MEMORIAL at Wiseman's Ferry: Unlimited Wild Turkey. Too Gun. Humble. MOC: Skylab. All Service Motors. The Villain. U-19 boys: Revenge. Tomahawk. Moovit. SMOC: Runnin Hot. Contagious. Suoernaut II. U-8lt: Hypertension. Belly Dancer. Force Fed. U-SLt: Steed Ro. Red CROQUET GOLD CANNON at Chatswood: Rd 1 5: 1 Hughes 24 b S Holland 1 9. N Macoun 23 b K Clapo 17. D Clark 26 b F Stove 7. D Holland 1 3 A Wheatley 7. C Byrnes 26 O Wheatley 8. B Buchanan 16 drew M Kotala 16. P Salsbury 26 b S Hanson 22. A Strath 1 3 F Solomon 12. A Wheatley 25 D Clark 5. S Holland 22 F Stove 1. N Macoun 19 bO Holland 14. F Solomon 18 S Hanson 15. B Buchanan 17 D Wheatley 1 2. J Hughes 26 K Claoo 2. C Byrnes 26 P Salsbury 20. A Strath 15 M Kotala 10 CYCLING MACQUARIE at LeDDlngton: 56km: S De Tulio S Lloyd-Jones R Thomas. Fastest: O Blom 1h26mlOs. MARCONI FAIRFIELD at WethertH Park: A 50km: F Tettoni E Trueba F Doherty. B: T Kingston T Bacon A Sosa. C 46km: D Venturato G Evans N ADOleyard. Jnr 21km: J Grant S ADOleyard A Musca. NSW VETERANS at HemebuHl ay: A: R Pans S Wells W Collins. 8: O Pomery B Harding O Maile. C: O Kidd D South P Kearnes. D: S Karnikowski N Ceroid H Gray. E: K Massard A Sumner T Rule. F: O Cliff I Reid M Job SOUTHERN CROSS at Warttah Park: Veteran: C Booth J Brennan J Rayner. Snr J Scott G Brown B Davidson. U-19: G O'Connor D Grant R Erskine. 0-17: A leida K Brown L Boshell. U-15: L Brown M OConnor B Richards. U-13: O Davidson C Boshell J leida. BANK5TOWN SPORTS at Lara-down: Combined scr A: S Shell T Jackson O Henderson. B: A labour G Dawson D Sheffer. C: P Bayly J Moir O Baylis. D: J Rochester G Reav K Malcolm. U-17 8-Uo hep: A Crawley C Nelson G Reay. Fastest: P Nicoon 28m17s. LIDCOMBE AUBURN at Hen-lev Park: A 65km: D Simoson 2h9m08s N Emerson A Adams B: S Emerson 2h1 4m0s W Massard B Lambert. C: D Turkobic 2h17m08s. D 56km: P Grech 1h46mOSs K Massard P Milan. E: R Peterson 1h55mOs P Kristoffer-son B Avery. NSW ROAD CSHIP at Cen-tmttl Park: U-17 SOfcm: B Daw Kogarah 1 9 b Forest 9. Lelchhardt 20 b Miranda 8. Australian 20 b Clovelly 8. Kingswood 18b Energy Plus 1 0. Prog pts: Kingswood 44 Australian 41 Kogarah 40 Energy Plus 34 Leichhardt 27 Miranda 15 Forest 13 Clovelly 10. Fourth grade: Kingswood 20 b Coogee Sth 8. Bossley Pk 1 9 b Thornleigh 9. Wenty Lgs 28 b Miranda 0. Uni of NSW 27 b Hornsby Waitara 1. Prog pts: Uni of NSW 53 Wenty Lgs 39 Kingswood 37 Bossley Pk 30 Coogee Sth 28 Miranda 17 Thornleigh 1 1 Hornsby Waitara 9. WOMEN: Super League: Castle Hill 14 b Hornsby Waitara 8 (S McNamara b L Spielman 3-1 J McNamara b C Clonda 3-1 A Gleeson lost to A Bewley 0-3). Ansett Australian 1 5 b Thornleigh 7 (D Martin b K Boulger 3-0 M Shaw lost to S Kadwell 0-3 C Foster b G Rlcketts 3-1 ). Totem 1 5 b Clovelly 7 (K Johnstone b J Armstrong 3-1 K Bullock lost to V Weiner 1-3 A Jackson b L Wilson 3-1. Revesby 17 b Slazenger Australian 5. (N Casey b J Ryan 3- 0 M Northmore b M Becker 3-1 R Greenhalgh lost to T Sharom 2-3). Prog pts: Revesby 34 Ansett Australian 28 Clovelly 25 Castle Hill 23 Hornsby Waitara 21 Totem 21 Slazenger Australian Thornleigh 1 1. Second grade: Elanora 20 b Revesby (3) 8. Thornleigh 17 b Australian 11. Riverview 18 b Roselands 10. Dural 18 b Revesby (2) 10. PS: Australian 38 River-view 34 Thornlei9h 28 Dural 28 Roselands 27 Revesby (3) 26 Revesby (2) 22 Elanora 21. Third grade: Beecroft (2) 17 b Elanora 11. Beecroft (1) 25 b SSJRLC 3. Clovelly 18 b UTS 10. Thornleigh 24 b 1 812 4. Prog pts: Beecroft (1 ) 49 Thornleigh 47 Elanora 36 SSJRLC 30 Clovelly 22 Beecroft (2) 18 UTS 15 1812 7. Fourth grade: Elanora 17 b Matraville 1 1. Thornleigh 17 b Bondi Waverley (1) 11. Forest 21 b Georges Crescent 7. Kingswood 27 b Bondi Waverley (2) 1. Prog pts: Kings-wood 46 Elanora 42 Thornleigh 36 Forest 30 Bondi Waverley (1) 27 Matraville 23 Georges Crescent 16 Bondi Waverley (2) 4. TABLE TENNIS OCEANIA TOURNAMENT: Day 4: At Kilsyth. Melbourne: (Victorian unless stated): Men: Open sals: Rd 3: P Jackson (NZ) b S Gao 21 -1 3 21 -23 21 -15 24-22 S Gallagher (WA) b P Langley (SA) 21-1421-1811-21 23-21 B Rajab b H Bower (NZ) 21-23 14-21 21 -18 21 -18 121-19 B Clarke bR Pronobis 21-15 21-17 21-11 K Jamieson (Qld) b S Laugesen (NZ) 21-8 18-21 21-12 11-21 21-12 R Moore b R Lavale 12-21 26-24 21-17 21-9 B Griffiths (NZ) b G Schoer21-92l-1221-9D Makal-Ing b A Wlnborn (NZ) 21-9 21-18 23-21. Quart-f: P Jackson b S Gallagher 21-13 21-8 15-21 21-18 B Clarke b B Raiab 15-21 15-21 21-18 21-17 21-14 K Jamieson b R Moore 13-21 21-18 21-12 20-22 21-17 D Makaling b B Griffiths 21-16 23-21 21-19. SemM: P Jackson bB Clarke 21-13 12-21 21-11 17-21 21-9. Final: D Makaling b P Jackson (NZ) 16-21 21-12 21-14 20-22 22-20. DMs: SemM: B Clarke R Lavale b B Griffiths P Jackson 14-21 21-14 21-15 22-20 P Langley-D Makaling b H Bower-A Hubbard (NZ) 21-16 21-19 21-14. Final: B Clarke-R Lavale b P Langley (SA)-D Makaling 21-10 21-13 19-21 21-16. U20sgls: Quart-f: K JamiesonbSGallagher4-11 10-12 11-9 11-7 11-6 12-10 3-11 11-2 J Plumb (ACT) b F Quach (New Caledonia) 11-6 11-6 11-4 11-7 11-13 11-3 G Raber (NSW) b R Lavale 11-9 12-10 11-6 11-7 11-7 B Raiab b D Webb 11-811-511-5 1 1-6 11-6. SemM: J Plumbe b K jamieson 11-6 11-8 11-8 8-11 11- 96-11 1 1 -7 B Raiab bG Raber 12- 10 11-6 11-7 11-8 5-11 9-11 4- 116-11 11 -8. Final: B Raiab b J Plumbe 11-3 11-9 11-2 11-9 11-9. DMs: Sen S Gallagher K Jamieson b C Boss F Quach (New Caledonia) 8-11 11-7 11-6 11-0 11-13 11-8 11-6 R Pronobis-D Webb b R Lavale-G Raber (NSW) I- 11 11-7 11-3 4-11 6-11 3-11 II- 8 11-7 13-11. Final: R Pronobr Is-D Webb b S Gallagher-K Jamieson 11-8 11-13 11-7 11-8 11-5 11 -8. U17 sols: Quart-f: F Quach b J Paul 11-8 3-11 11-4 7-11 7-11 11-7 11-8 W Gerada b B Lind-strom(NZ) 11-7 11-9 11-8 11-9 J Sens (New Caledonia) b D Savige 11- 3 10-12 11-6 8-11 7-11 12-10 12- 10 T Brown b B Adam (NZ) 11-4 11-7 5-11 13-11 14-12. SemM: R Quach b W Gerada 11-9 11-5 11-6 4-11 12-10 T Brown b J Sens 8-11 11-9 12-10 11-8 11-9. Final: T Brown b F Quach 11-8 11-7 10-12 10-12 10-12 11-7 1 1-3. DMs: SemM: F Quach J Sens b A Joe (NZ) R Morrison (NZ) FRENCH 1ST DIVISION PWD L F A Pts Cannes 5 3 2 0 8 5 8 Bordeaux 5 3 1 1 8 3 7 Lyon 5 3 1 1 7 4 7 Nantes 5 3 1 1 5 2 7 Martigues 5 2 2 1 9 5 6 Monaco 5 3 0 2 9 5 6 Sochaux 5 2 1 2 7 5 5 PSGermain . 4 2 1 1 5 4 S Auxerre 5 13 14 3 5 Strasbourg 5 0 5 0 5 5 5 Caen S 2 1 2 4 7 5 St Etienne 5 1 2 2 5 5 4 Marseille 4 12 13 3 4 Metz 5 1 2 2 4 5 4 Lens 5 1 2 2 2 3 4 Le Havre 5 0 4 1 3 6 4 Lille 5 0 3 2 5 7 3 Angers 5 113 5 10 3 Montpellier .. 5 1 1 3 4 9 3 Toulouse 5 0 3 2 2 8 3 DUTCH 1ST DIVISION Willem II Tilburg 1 MW Maastricht 0. SC Heerenveen 1 Sparta Rotterdam 0. Go Ahead Eagles Deventer 1 Vitesse Arnhem 4, NAC Breda 2 Roda JC Kerkrade 3. DUTCH 1ST DIVISION PWD L FA Pts VArnhem 1 1 0 0 4 1 2 RodaJCK'rade 1 1 0 0 3 2 2 SCH'veen 110 0 10 2 W II Tilburg 110 0 10 2 NAC Breda 1 0 0 1 2 3 0 MW M'richt ...100101 0 Sparta R'dam 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 GAEDnter 10 0 114 0 GERMAN 1ST DIVISION Kaiserslautern 4 Borussia Moen chengladbach 2. Bayer Leverkusen 2 Bayern Munich 1. Freiburg 4 Wattenscheid 1. Karlsruhe 2 Hamburg 0. Eintracht Frankfurt 2 Werder Bremen 2. Dynamo Dresden 0 Duisburg 1. Nuremberg 1 Cologne 0. GERMAN 1ST DIVISION PW D L F A Pts Kaiserslautern 2 2 0 0 6 2 4 W Bremen 2 1 1 0 7 3 3 E Frankfurt 2 1 1 0 6 2 3 B Leverkusen . 2 1 1 0 43 3 Duisburg 2 1 1 0 3 2 3 B Dortmund .- 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 Freiburg 2 10 15 4 2 Hamburg . 2 10 15 4 2 Bayern Munich 2 10 14 3 2 Karlsruhe 2 10 13 2 2 Wattenscheid ... 2 1 0 1 4 4 2 Nuremberg 2 10 13 5 2 VfB Leipzig 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 D Dresden 2 0 1 1 3 4 1 Schalke 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 VfB Stuttgart ... 1 0 0 1 1 5 0 Cologne 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 Bor'la M'bach ... 2 0 0 2 2 8 0 UKRAINIAN PREMIER DIV Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 2 Dynamo Kiev 3, Shakhtyor Donetsk 1 Torpedo Zaporizha 0. Kryvbas Kryviy Rig 3 Nyva Vlnnlt-sya 0. Chornomorets Odessa 4 Zorya Lugansk 1. Tavria Simferopol 3 Bukovina Chernivtsl 1. Kremln Kremenchuk 0 Temp She-petlvka 0. Karpaty Lviv 0 Veres Rivne 0. Metalurg Zaporizha 0 Metalist Kharkov 1. Nyva Ternopil 2 Volyn Lutsk 1. UKRAINIAN TABLE PW D L F A Pts Shakhtyor 2 2 0 0 4 0 4 Dynamo 2 2 0 0 5 3 4 Chornomorets .211041 3 Tavria 2 1 1 0 4 2 3 Veres 2 1 1 0 2 0 3 Metalist 2 110 2 1 3 Nyva Ternopil .211021 3 Kryvbas 2 10 13 1 2 Temp 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 Zorya 2 10 12 4 2 Dnipro 2 0 1 1 3 3 1 Torpedo 2 0 110 1 1 Volyn 2 0 1112 1 Karpaty 2 0 1112 1 Bukovina 2 0 1113 1 Kremln 2 0 110 2 1 Nyva Vinnitsya 2 0 1 1 0 3 1 Metalurg 2 0 0 2 0 4 0 SQUASH NSW PENNANTS: Rd 2: MEN: Super League: Miranda 16 b Bossley Pk 6 (B Newton b G Bond 3-0 G Mlddleton b M Smith 3-1 B Hvland lost to A Crandelt 1-3). Brookvale 1 5 b Castle Hill 7 a Rae b M Fulllck 3-2 G Kadwell lost to P Bamford 1 -3 T Crouch b R Parker 3-0). Slazenger Australian 14 b North West Airlines Australian 8 (R Martin b M Carlyon 3-1 I Yates lost to J Davenport 1 -3 P Harte b P Gorman 3-2). Thornleigh 1 8 b UTS 4 (P Bushell b P Daley 3-2 A Harris b J Sachs 3-2 A Rlcketts b M McPhee 3-0). Prog pts: Miranda 32 Thornleigh 31 Slazenger Australian 30 North West Airlines Australian 30 Brookvale 21 Bossley Pk IS Castle Hill 13 UTS 4. Second grade: Castle Hill 19 b Revesby 9. Roselands 1 9 b Australian 9. Miranda 17 b Brookvale 1 1. Thornleigh 20 b Energy Plus 8. Prog pts: Miranda 42 Roselands 36 Brookvale 36 Thornleigh 31 Castle Hill 24 Revesby 18 North West Airlines Australian 12 Energy Plus 11. Third grade: FEDERATION Dlv 1: First Grade: Auburn United 0 drew with Macarthur Rams 0. Liverpool City 2 b Mt Pritchard 0. West Wanderers 2 b Macarthur Rams 1. Auburn United 2 b Central Coast 1. Gladesville Hornsby 1 drew with Belmore Hercules 1. Mt Druitt Town 4 b Granville CSC 1. U-21: Mt Pritchard 7 b Liverpool City 0. West Wanderers 2 b Macarthur Rams 1. Central Coast 2 b Auburn United 0. Gladesville Hornsby 0 drew with Belmore Hercules 0. Mt Druitt Town 7 b Granville CSC 0. U-18: Hakoah vs Dulwich Hill fft. Mt Pritchard 4 b Liverpool City 2. Macarthur Rams 0 drew with West Wanderers 0. Auburn United 2 drew with Central Coast 2. Gladesville Hornsby 4 b Belmore Hercules 0. Mt Druitt Town 2 b Granville CSC 1. Hakoah 2 b Dulwich Hill 1. Dlv 2: First Grade: Bathurst '75 2 b Concord Juniors 1 . Bathurst '75 4 b Granville Greenisland 2. Penrith 2 b Concord Juniors 1 . Pagewood Botany 4 b Parramatta City 3. NorthRyde 4 b Fairfield Bulls 1. Sydney Districts 2 b Bankstown 0. Hills United 2 b Southern Mino-taurs 1. Second Grade: Bathurst "75 3 b Concord Juniors 0. Penrith 1 b Concord Juniors 0. Pagewood Botany 4 b Parramatta City 3. Fairfield Bulls 3 b North Ryde 0. Bankstown 5 b Sydney Districts 3. Southern Mlnotaurs 1 drew with Hills United 1. Dlv 3: First Grade: Unl of NSW 3 b Hurstville 1. AC United 3 b Trasandinos 2. St Johns Park 4 b Arncllffe 0. Prospect United 4 b Colo Colo 0. Second Grade: Uni of NSW 3 b Hurstville 0. AC United 0 drew with Trasandinos 0. Prospect United 3 b Colo Colo 0. Dlv 4: First Grade: Springwood 6 b Lansvale Zebras 2. New Welcome Sports 2 b Canley Vale Condors 0. CSI Schofields 1 drew with Hawkesbury District 1. Pralr-iewood 1 b LithgowWorkmen 0. Greystanes 1 b Balmaln 0. Sydney University 2 b Bankstown Kings 1. Second Grade: Lansvale Zebras 7 b Springwood 0. Canley Vale Condors 0 drew with New Welcome Sports 0. CSI Schofields 1 b Hawkesbury District 0. Prairie-wood 3 b Lithgow Workmen 1, Balmain 1 b Greystanes 0. Banks-town Kings 1 btSydney University 0. Dry S: First Grade: Moorebank 1 drew with White City 1. Austral Racing 1 b Phoenix AFC O. United Eagles 3 b Glebe Wanderers 2. Marrickville 3 b Gladesville United 2. Second Grade: White City 2 b Moorebank 1. Phoenix AFC 3 b Austral Racing 2. Glebe Wanderers 3 b United Eagles 1 . Gladesville United 1 b Marrickville 0. Dlv 6: First Grade: St Josephs 2 b Cobreloa 1. Maroubra United 2 drew with Kogarah El 2. Kemps Creek Kings 2 b Ashbury 1 . Second Grade: Cobreloa 2 drew with St Josephs 2. Kogarah El 3 b Maroubra United 1. Ashbury 3 b Kemps Creek Kings 2. WOMENS STATE LEAGUE First Grade: Parramatta City 2 b Marconi O. Sutherland Shire 2 Bathurst 0. Liverpool City 1 drew with Parramatta City 1. Gladesville Raven 3 b Bathurst 75 2. Second Grade: Parramatta City 2 b Marconi O. White City 2 b Liverpool City O. Parramatta City 2 b Liverpool City 1. COMMONWEALTH BANK TURNER CUP: Rd 6: Woonona 5 b Griffith 0. Qtr-f: Parramatta Mar-ist 2 1 Bossley Park 1 . Maroochy-dore 3 b Wauchope 0. Daramalan 2 b Woonona 1. BELGIAN 1ST DIVISION Club Brugge 0 Ostend 0. FC Liege 1 Lommel 1. Ghent O Standard Liege 2. Molenbeek 2 Charleroi 4. Mechelen 3 Ekeren 1. SWISS 1ST DIVISION Servette 1 Lucerne 1. Grasshopper 2 Lugano 0. Kriens 0 FC Zurich 2. Slon 0 Lausanne 0. Young Boys 2 Neuchatel Xamax 3. Yver-don 0 Aarau 0. SWISS CSHIPS PWD L F APIs Aarau 5 3 1 1 5 5 7 Servette 4 2 2 0 6 3 6 Zurich 4 2 2 0 3 0 6 Lugano 5 3 0 2 5 4 6 Lucerne 4 2 1 1 6 4 5 Grasshopper 4 2 0 2 9 5 4 Slon 5 1 2 2 4 3 4 Yverdon 4 12 13 3 4 YoungBovs- 4 1 1 2 6 6 3 Lausanne 4 1 1 2 4 6 3 Neuchatel 4 1 1 2 5 9 3 Kriens 5 0 1 4 5 3 1 FRENCH 1ST DIVISION Bordeaux 2 Nantes 0. Strasbourg 2 Cannes 2. Sochaux 0 Lyon 1 . Angers 1 Martigues 3. Montpel-lier 0 Monaco 3. Metz 0 Auxerre 0. Caen 1 Lens 0. St Etlenne 2 Toulouse 2. Lille 2 Le Havre 2. SAN MARINO CSHIPS At San Marino. Italy (x denotes seedlngs) Singles Semifinals: Thomas Muster (Austria xl) b David Rikl (Czech Rep) 6-4. 6-1 . Renzo Furlan (Italy) bt Andrea Gaudenzi (Italy) 6- 4. 3-6. 7-6 (7-4). ATP CSHIPS At Mason, Ohio (Prefix Number Denotes Seeding) Semifinals: 7-Michaet Chang (US) b Andre Agassi (US) 7-5. 1 -6. 7- 5. 3-Stefan Edberg (Swed) b 1-Pete Sampras (US) 6-7 (37). 7-5 7-6 (75). WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT At Los Angeles (Prefix Denotes Seed) Singles: Semi-finals: Martina Navratilova (US x2) b Gabriela Sabatini (Argentina x3) 6-1. 6-1. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (Spain xl) b Lori McNeil (US) 7-5. 6-1. INTERDISTRICT CUPS ANGUS AND COOTE: Dlv 1 seml-f: lllawarra (2) 6-36 b Black-town 0-13. lllawarra (1) 4-38 b Northern Subs 4-28. BLACKWELL: Dlv 1 seml-f: lllawarra (2) 6-39 b Fairfield 1-14. Hawkesbury 5-35 b Hornsby Kil-lara 1-23. BLACKWELL: Dlv 3: Blacktown (1) 5-38 b Fairfield 3-38. CRAKANTHORP: SemM Western Subs (1) 7-48 b Hornsby Killara 1-18. Blacktown 5-35 b Gosford 1-17. Dlv 3: Canterbury Bankstown 5-42 b Western Subs 3-36. Dlv 4: Bulli 5-30 b Fairfield 3-40. Dlv 5: North Western 5-39 b Eastwood Thornleigh 3-29. . ESCA STEPHENS: SemM: Parramatta Baulkham Hills 5-33 b Hornsby Killara (1) 1-17. Gosford 5-31 b lllawarra (1) 1-18. Dlv 3: Southern Dists 5-41 b Hills Oist 3-31. Dlv 4: Nepean (1) 6-37 b Fairfieia (2) C-id. Si 5: Hills Dist (2) 7-45 b Nepean (20 1 -1 6. Civ 6: Parramatta Baulkham Hills 7-45 b -a j i itiev (KAtj si.i visitor: u strain mamas) Dolphins i (K Miranoa) o Canberra Deakin 0. Eastern Suburbs 4 (C Morrow 3 E Ferguson) b Rockdale lllnden 2 (G Lerond K Slaveski). Bankstown City MSC 1 (S Gilbert) b St George BSC 0. Adamstown Rosebud 3 (D Bock J Macouaire D Robertson) b Canterbury Marrickville 0. Bonnyrigg White Eagles 5 (O El Ali 2 N Tome 2 N Obradovic) b Wollongong United 2 0 Nowlcki G Gonzales). Blacktown 2 b Stanmore 1. U-21: Lelchhardt Tigers 2 drew 7- 188 CAMONA MIDNIGHT 8- 312 CAPE'S GLORY 9- 554 BUDDY'S PATROL (1R) 10- 776 TALL TALES (2R) VENUSTA LAD 1 Cage's Glory 2 Blue Mannequin 3 4-7.20 ALTONA ELECTRICS NOVICE HT 1 (S) 617m: 1 High Wind 2 Bucaza 3 Gunyah's Girl 4 Flashing Bamaga 5 Sunna Fox 6 Asterisk 7 New Vogue Kid 8 Cape's Pick. CAPE'S PICK 1 Asterisk 2 Flashing Bamaga 3 1ST LEG DAILY DOUBLE 5-70 NEATH STAKE (S) 457m with Sutherland Shire 2. Canberra Marrickville 1-23. Dlv 7: B ack Deakin 3 b warnngan Dolphins i . Rockdale llinden 0 drew with Eastern Suburbs 0. Bankstown City MSC 2 drew with St George BSC 2. Adamstown Rosebud 1 b Canterbury Marrickville 0. Bonnyrigg White Eagles 3 b Wollongong town (2) 5-43 b Southern Dists UK SOCCER RESULTS AND TABLES 621 KING GUNYAH 3-37. WINGS WIDE GEORGE RIDER: SemM: Hills Dlst (1)5-31 b lllawarra (3) 0-14. HARD CASH 2- 613 3- 672 4- 152 JOLLY BOY nepean soo p lllawarra m i-ze. 5- 243 Dlv 5: Western Subs 4-42 b 7-6.20 MILLFIELD STAKE (415) 617m: 1 Ragtime Boy 2 Signal Man 3 (Vacant) 4 Azumah S (Vacant) 6 Hi worth 7 (Vacant) 8 Musketry. MUSKERRY 1 Azumah 2 Hlworth 3 . SUPERFECTA 8-8.40 NEATH STAKE (5) 400m 1- 211 AUSSIE HEART 2- 323 MARCIA'S WAY 3- 827 KATE BE LATE 4- 231 TELLING TALES 5- 474 LADY GARLAND 6- 632 SHINAKO 7- 434 FRANKLIN SOUND 8- 242 RAJAH'S GOLD 9- 471 KALULAH PRINCESS OR) 10- 253 IMAGE OF GICKA (2R) AUSSIE HEART 1 Marda's Way 2 Telling Tales 3 9-9.00 ALTONA ELECTRICS, NOVICE HT 2 5 617m: 1 Zaeuba Cape 2 Almira Magic 3 Palm Grove 4 Termite Lass 5 High Roulette 6 Karhuna Lad 7 Dkfdy Ever 8 Double Rocky. PALM GROVE 1 High Roulette 2 Zaeuba Cap 3 EXACTA 10-9.20 ALTONA ELECTRICS NOVICE HT 3 (5) 617m 1- 178 SCOLL TRAX 2- 372 FRANTINALL 3- 136 MIDNIGHT RISING 4- 154 WORTHY FAWN 5- 482 AIR'S IMAGE 6- 772 PERFECT HALO 7- 578 FILIAL ' 8- 335 IRONBARK LASS PERFECT HAL0 1 1ronkark Lass 2 ScoH Trax 3 MAJOR CYCLONE MAYBE MAGIC IFFY GREYHOUNDS Cessnock TAB CODE CTRVGRY RUN TONIGHT 1- 6.20 SUPPORTERS CLUB BEST 8 (NG) 400m: 1 Outward Bound 2 Bandar Rovale 3 West Pick 4 King Oro 5 Menice 6 Mighty Fox 7 Loose Link 6 Valiant Regal. VALIANT REGAL 1 Monk 2 Outward Bound 3 SUPERFECTA 1ST LEG EXTRA DOUBLE 2-60 WOLLOMM (45) 400m . 1- 653 RUSSIAN SPARKLE 2- 412 HIGH ATTRITION . 3- 445 ELSIE MELBA 4- 552 WAR'S ANGEL 5- 747 DOLLAR DEMAND 6- 241 COUNTRY TEAK 7- 746 DANORGAN 8- 118 ARKENTAR 9- 668 ANY BOWMORE (1R) 10- 166 CALL ME COBBER (2R) COUNTRY TEAK 1 High Attrition 2 Arkeatar 3 2ND LEG EXTRA DOUBLE - 3-7.00 PAXTON (415) 457m 1- 73S DRAGONWYK 2- 715 YUMALI 3- 165 VITAL LINK 4- 161 VENUSTA LAD 5- 858 BLUE MANNEQUIN 6- 377 MISS ANGELINA 6- 451 wonongong 4-33. 7- 13 IRENE MATTHEWS: Dlv 1 OUTBACK DIGGER 8- 425 semj-r: lllawarra m 5-32 b can. 9- 165 SON OF BOSTON (1R) terbury Bankstown 0-17. North united i. U-18: Lelchhardt Tigers 3 b Sutherland Shire 0. NSW Academy 1 drew with Warringah Dolphins 1 . Rockdale lllnden 3 b Eastern Suburbs 0. St George BSC 7 b Bankstown City MSC 0. Adamstown Rosebud 1 b Canterbury Marrickville 0. Bonnyrigg White Eagles 4 b Wollongong United 0. FIRST GRADE STANDINGS WSDD L F A Pts ern SUDS 6-36 b Toukiey 0-15. IRENE MATTHEWS: Dlv 3: Eastwood Thornleigh 5-35 b Bluel Mtns 2-31. Dlv 4: North Western 10-625 REGAL DIAMOND (2R) WINGS WIDE 1 Maybe Magk 2 Iffy 3 2ND LEG DAILY DOUBLE 6-6.00 NEATH STAKE (5) 457m 1. 12 SAGO WES s-io p eeraia tarramar 2-29. JACK MCCALL: Dlv 1 semi- cnester o Doncaster 1.. Colchestev 1bneoln O. Darlington 1 Rochdale 1 tOillingham D Chesterfield 2. Hereford 0 Scarborough! h iMHeld' V Shrewsbury 0. Preston 0 Crewe 2. Walsall 1 Torquay 2. Wigan 0 Scunthorpe 2. SCOTTISH PREMIER DIVISION -Aberdeen 1 Kilmarnock O. Celtic 1 Hibernian 1. Dundee 1 Motherwell 2. Hearts 1 Raith 0. Partick 1 Dundee United 2. St Johnstone 1 Rangers 2. SCOTTISH 1ST DIVISION Airdrieonians 1 Brechin 0. Ayr 2 Stirling 1. Dumbarton 3 Clyde 0. Dunfermline 0 Clydebank 2. Hamilton 0 St Mirren 0. Morton 1 Falkirk S.SCOTTISH 2ND DIVISION Alloa 0 Cowdenbeath 1 East Fife 3 StenhousemuirO East Stirling 2 Berwick 1 Forfar 3 Albion 0 Meadowbank 1 Stranraer 3 Montrose 0 Arbroath 0 Queen of South 5 Queen's Park 2. ULSTER CUP SECTIONAL MATCHES Ards 0 Portadown 3. Bangor 1 Glentoran 0, Coleraine 1 Cliftonville 2. Crusaders 4 Glenavon 2. Larne 1 Carrick 3. Linfield 2 Distillery 2. Newry 1 Ballymena 2. Omagh Town 0 Ballyclare 1. ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 0 Coventry 3. Aston Villa 4 Queens Park Rangers 1. Chelsea 1 Blackburn 2. Liverpool 2 Sheffield Wednesday 0. Manchester City 1 Leeds 1. Newcastle 0 Tottenham 1. Oldham 0 loswich 3. Sheffield United 3 Swindon 1. Southampton 0 Everton 2. West Ham 0 Wimbledon 2. Playing Sunday: Norwich v Manchester United. ENGLISH 1ST DIVISION Barnsley 1 West Bromwich 1. Charlton 1 Birmingham 0. Crystal Palace 0 Tranmere 0. Derby 5 Sunderland 0. Grimsby 0 Bolton 0. Leicester 2 Peterborough 1. Luton 2 Watford 1. Notts County 2 Middlesbrough 3. Oxford 3 Portsmouth 2. Stoke 1 Millwall 2. Wolverhampton 3 Bristol City 1. ENGLISH 2ND DIVISION Barnet 1 Hull 2. Bradford 2 Brighton 0. Brentford 2 Exeter 1 . Bristol Rovers 0 Bournemouth 1 . Burnley 2 Port Vale 1. Cambridge United 3 Blackpool 2. Cardiff 2 Leyton Orient 0. Hartlepool 0 Fulham 1. Huddersfield 0 Reading 3: Plymouth 2 Stockport 3. Wrexham .3 Rotherham 3. York 2 Swansea 1. ENGLISH 3RD DIVISION Bury 0 Northampton 0. Carlisle 2 Wycombe 2. Hills Dlst (1) 6-36 b Parramatta Baulkham Hills (2) 0-8. Northern Black C .15 7 0 Banks C. 15 4 2 CanD'n IS 2 3 Cant Mi. 14 4 1 AdamR .13 4 1 3 45 19 59 4 50 24 SS 5 51 26 52 6 38 35 51 7 36 22 48 8 38 22 42 2- 465 3- 682 4- 414 mips 4-4s p Newcastle i-ti. MCANDREW: Dlv 1 seml-f BADGER 5 KEEP MISS VALDEZ BAMAGA S SON WITHOUT DELAY LACED LILLY MISS JEDDA . RELENT 5- 421 L'dtrrs . 5 2 Western Subs 4-38 b Northern Subs 2-29. Gosford 6-40 b Eastern Subs 2-34. Dlv 3: Southern Dists 6- 113 7- 154 8- 218 4-43 b western Subs 4-40. Dlv 4: 9- 754 VALIANT SIOUX (1R) North Western 7-47 b Fairfield 3 0 10 50 36 42 2 1 10 38 24 41 2 2 10 33 36 39 1 3 1 1 30 27 35 4 2 14 25 52 25 2 0 20 26 55 19 5 0 17 26 72 19 3 1 19 18 53 13 Bon WE . 12 WarDol . 12 CvcStan 11 R'dalel. . 10 StGeo- 5 ESubs... 5 WolUtd . 3 SlandS- 2 1-22. Dlv 5: Marrickville (1) 7-42 b Parramatta Baulkham Hills 0-17. 10- 361 SMACKWATER MAN (2R WITHOUT DELAY 1 Relent 2 Sago We 3 Dlv 6: Marrickville (2) 5-35 b Southern Dists 3-35.

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