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Sep
14
  • Kris Lees weighs up next assignment for Felines after Hawkesbury Rush win

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    Newcastle trainer Kris Lees is likely to have a strong hand in the listed Ortensia Stakes (1100 metres) at the Scone carnival on May 13, even if he takes Felines on a different path.
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    RAPID: Felines and jockey Hugh Bowman lead the field across the line in the Hawkesbury Rush on Saturday. Picture: bradleyphotos苏州夜总会招聘.au

    Fifth in the group 1 The Galaxy, Felines resumed from a six-week let-up to win the $125,000 Hawkesbury Rush (1100m) on Saturday as the $4.20 favourite carrying 57 kilograms.

    The five-year-old mare, with Hugh Bowman aboard, hit the lead with about 200m to go and held on for a half-length win to provide the only highlight for the Hunter at the stand-alone meeting.

    Lees said the Ortensia Stakes was an option for Felines, which is owned by well-known businessman Gerry Harvey,but left the door open to later sprints in Brisbane or Sydney.

    He said the listed Lightning Handicap(1000m) atEagle Farm on June 3 was a possible next targetfor Felines, which would be nominated for the Ortensia Stakes.

    “She pulled up well,” Lees said on Sunday.

    “It was a good effort, she carried a good weight and beat a good field.She’s a consistent mare.”

    As for her next assignment, Lees said: “Maybe Scone, or I might keep her for some nice races in Brisbane and also over the winter in Sydney, so we might just keep her runs spaced. We will just decide later.”

    While undecided about Felines, Lees saidDal Cielo would be headed to the Ortensia Stakes. Dal Cielo, a two-time winner over 1000m in Sydney this year, was a last-start second in the group 3 Star Kingdom Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill on March 25.The four-year-old gelding will trial at Wyong on Monday and Lees said “he’ll run well fresh” at Scone.

    Lees said Brook Road, eighth in the Hawkesbury Rush, was a potentialOrtensia Stakes starter but would more likely head to Brisbane a week later. Histhird runner in the Hawkesbury Rush, Clearly Innocent, was ninth but impressive at the finish on debut for the stable ahead of his Scone campaign.

    The 2016 Luskin Star Stakes (1300m) champion for now-retired Scone trainer Greg Bennett will return to defend his title.Lees said Clearly Innocent would bebetter for the day out and “really hard to beat”on his Hawkesbury effort, which was his first race since last in the Chatham Stakes at Flemington on November 3.

    Lees and Scone trainer Rodney Northam were winners at the Tamworth Cup meeting on Sunday.

    Northam and Cessnock jockey Robert Thompson won a maiden with Dreamnomore but were fourth in the Cup, won by Timeless Prince,with After All That. Lees and Newcastle jockey Andrew Gibbons claimed the last, a class 2, with Sadhika.

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Sep
14
  • Port Adelaide proves far too strong for Brisbane Lions

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    Port Adelaide powers to win | Photos Robbie Gray of the Power celebrates with fans after the win at The Gabba on Saturday. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images
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    Oliie Wines of the Power celebrates with fans after his side’s win at The Gabba. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Port Adelaide celebrate victory after the round six AFL match. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Port Adelaide players sing the team song to celebrate their win at The Gabba. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Nick Robertson of the Lions competes for ball possession. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Daniel Rich of the Lions is tackled by Jackson Trengove. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Jasper Pittard of the Power kicks the ball at The Gabba on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Ollie Wines of the Power gets a handpass away against the Brisbane Lions. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jackson Trengrove of the Power celebrates a goal at The Gabba on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jarman Impey of the Power celebrates kicking a goal. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Paddy Ryder of the Power celebrates victory with fans at The Gabba. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Jack Hombsch of the Power attempts to break away from the defence. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Dayne Zorko of the Lions is pressured by the defence. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Charlie Dixon of the Power gets a handball away at The Gabba. Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

    Lions players look dejected after their the round six loss to the Port Adelaide Power at The Gabba. Photo by Jason O’Brien/AFL Media/Getty Images

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Sep
14
  • Hunters lose without Suzy

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    Dane Suttle led Newcastle’s scoring in a loss to Central Coast.IT was a tough night at the office for the Newcastle Hunters at Broadmeadow on Saturday.
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    Playing without triple Olympian Suzy Batkovic (back), the Waratah Basketball League women’s champions were thumped 90-52 by the star-studded Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

    The Hunters men then suffered a third straight loss, going down 87-68 to Central Coast Crusaders after trailing 40-36 at half-time, to slump to a 2-7 win-loss record.

    Captain Alison Ebzery posted a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double for Newcastle, who slipped to sixth with a 2-4 record, and playmaker Cherub Lum scored a team-high 15 points.

    Manly were led by former Opals forward Belinda Snell (24 points, seven rebounds, seven assists) and Waratah League leading scorer Erin Todd (24 points, 11 rebounds, six assists, six steals).

    “It’s pretty simple: You’ve got to put the ball in the hole. Manly shot 41 per cent and we shot 26 per cent, so we need to become more aggressive defensively,” coach Mark Gledson said.

    “Rebounding was another issue. It’s an effort area and we were very poor as Manly out-rebounded us 54-38.”

    Like the Hunters women, the men had just eight players to rotate because of injuries and other commitments, leaving coach Darren Nichols with few options once the Crusaders took control.

    Central Coast won the battle of the boards 56-40 and shot 51 per cent from the floor to Newcastle’s 31.

    “We were out-rebounded again and shot a poor team shooting percentage again,” Nichols said.

    “If we don’t allow ourselves to compete on an even playing field, we will struggle to win. At least these are areas we can work on at training.”

    Newcastle import Dane Suttle led all scorers with 23 points and 11 rebounds, and he was supported on the scoresheet by Nathan Ruprecht (14), Jacob Foy (12) and Laurence York (10).

    Mitch Rueter (20 points, seven rebounds), Matthew Bateup (15 points, eight rebounds), James Trustum (15 points, four rebounds) and Callum Jenkins (14 points, 12 rebounds) did most of the damage for the Crusaders.

    The Hunters men and women will play Norths Bears at Broadmeadow next Saturday.

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Sep
14
  • ‘Give me proof of panther’: Cynic offers $5k for big cat’s capture

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    Bede Crasnich isn’t buying the black panther legend. But he’ll pay $5k for anyone who can show him an Illawarra-caught big cat in the flesh.Wollongong councilor Bede Crasnich doesn’t want to be a big cat cynic.
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    The stories of a panther, or panthers, roaming the Illawarra escarpment captured his imagination years ago.

    He’s read all the newspaper articles on the topic.

    Bede CrasnichHere, Kitty: The paw print was the only undisturbed one of its kind in the area. It is shown against an 8cm Bic lighter. Picture: John Geragotellis

    Dog spoors (front and hind) produce a perfect ‘x’ when lines are drawn between the toes and the planter pad, Mr King suggests.

    … the same rule does not apply to these tracks, produced by a female leopard. Source: Vaughan King

    Mr King believes consistent reports of a large black cat roaming the Illawarra escarpment relate to multiple melanistic (black) Asiatic leopards (pictured). Supplied.

    Vaughan King. Source: Facebook

    Vaughan King works with a Sumatran tiger, Juma, at Zoo. Picture: supplied

    Vaughan King works with a Sumatran tiger, Juma, at Zoo. Picture: supplied

    Sumatran tiger spoor.

    TweetFacebook“There are some pictures you’ll see online which look convincing, but physical proof?” Cr Crasnich said.

    “If you want proof kangaroos exist, you find their bodies. If you want proof deer exist, you find their bodies.

    “Why is is, after 80 years of big cat sightings, we have not found a single bit of physical evidence?”

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    What Cr Crasnich will buy, is proof.

    He’s offered to pay $5000 to anyone who can show him an Illawarra-caught panther.

    The big cat must be captured alive, and must be unharmed, he stresses.

    And he’ll only cough up the cash for a proper panther.

    The panther photo at the top is a fake but Wollongong City Councillor Bede Crasnich is putting up a reward for the real thing.

    ​“It has to be a jungle cat. It has to have cougar, panther or any sort of exotic at in its genome,” he said.

    “If it’s just a big feral cat that’s gone through a bit of living I’m not interested.

    “I want tests done before I’ll part with cash.”

    A photograph of an eight-centimetre paw print is the latest ‘sighting’ to rouse the big cat legend, in turn setting off a wave of reported sightings.

    An Appin man,John Geragotellis, noticed the print off Austinmer’s Buttonshaw Drive on Easter Monday.

    His photograph piqued the interest of former Zoo big cat handler Vaughan King, founder of the recently formedn Big Cat Research group.

    Mr King visited the Illawarra last month to search for further signs of the print’s creator. He found nothing, but has vowed to return the the sighting “hotspot” with his own cameras.

    He will have to produce very convincing images to sway the disenchanted Cr Crasnich.

    “What I think it is, is really large, feral cats, that from a distance look like jungle cats,” he said.

    “You want [the legend]to be real, more than it is.”

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Sep
14
  • Saints prove too strong for Hawthorn Hawks at University of Tasmania Stadium

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    St Kilda secures big victory | Photos Jade Gresham of the Saints takes a photo with a fan after the Saints defeated the Hawks at University of Tasmania Stadium. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images
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    The Saints celebrate after they defeated the Hawks at University of Tasmania Stadium. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Nick Riewoldt of the Saints is challenged by James Frawley of the Hawks at University of Tasmania Stadium. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Leigh Montagna of the Saints takes the ball in front of Paul Puopolo of the Hawks during the round six AFL match. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Ben McEvoy of the Hawks is challenged by Nathan Brown of the Saints. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Josh Gibson of the Hawks reaches for the ball during the round six AFL match against St Kilda Saints. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Will Langford of the Hawks is challenged by Jack Steele of the Saints. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Nick Riewoldt of the Saints controls the ball. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Blake Hardwick of the Hawks controls the ball during the round six AFL match. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Tim Membrey of the Saints marks the ball during the round six AFL match. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Koby Stevens of the Saints controls the ball during the round six AFL match. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Jack Billings of the Saints kicks the ball during the round six AFL match. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Jarryd Roughead of the Hawks runs with the ball at University of Tasmania Stadium. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    James Frawley of the Hawks handballs during the round six AFL match at University of Tasmania Stadium. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

    Jarryd Roughead of the Hawks leads his players off the ground after they were defeated by the Saints on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

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Aug
14
  • Obelisk Systems named as one of 12 exceptional start-ups to feature at CeBIT China

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    Opportunity: Obelisk Systems CEO Andreas Antoniades looking at flight grade circuit boards in 2016. Picture: Jonathan CarrollA Maitland tech company has been named one of 12 of the state’s most ground-breaking start-ups chosen to exhibit at the CeBIT conference in Sydney later this month.
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    Obelisk Systems is among 12 companies set to be part of The StartUp Zone at the event, from May 23 to 25.

    Obelisk was chosen after success with its StarLAB project, a comprehensive Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education program, and the custom solutions it’s developing for the n space industry, to make experiments easier.

    Deputy Premier and Small Business Minister John Barilaro said CeBIT , Asia Pacific’s largest business technology event, would showcase the best technology innovations from across the state.

    “The NSW Government is very pleased to be the official partner of CeBIT 2017, which is the country’s leading business technology event bringing together established industry leaders through to the latest start-ups,” he said.

    “NSW is ’s ICT and start-up capital and home to 41 per centof the nation’s start-up founders and 42 per centof its support network.

    “CeBIT will be a great opportunity to promote the best and brightest of our industry as well as Jobs for NSW’s support for the start-up sector.”

    More than 15,000 people are expected to attend across three days of CeBIT .

    The event will feature more than350 exhibitors, 13 zones, over 170 speakers and eight conferences on topics from big data and analytics to cloud and mobility, as well asstrategic panel discussions on the future of business and ICT.

    The NSW Government will showcase 12 of the state’s most exciting start-up businesses in The StartUp Zone at CeBIT.

    Harvey Stockbridge, the managing director of Hannover Fairs –an organiserof CeBIT –said NSW attracted, supported and accelerated pioneering start-up companies that have been transforming a range of sectors, from finance, healthcare and education to transport.

    “CeBIT provides a prominent launchpad for accelerating start-ups to learn from leaders in the industry, showcase their innovations and connect with like-minded entrepreneurs,” he said.

    The inclusion of Obelisk Systems in the major event comes after the company won a National Broadband Network grant earlier this year –funding that was only allocated to nine companies across .

    The company was formed by Maitland manAndreas Antoniades and a band of graduates from the University of Newcastle.

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Aug
14
  • Eagles take honours in Western Derby against Fremantle Dockers

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    West Coast wins derby | Photos Griffin Logue of the Dockers is tackled by Mark LeCras of the Eagles. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images
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    Nat Fyfe of the Dockers is tackled by Elliot Yeo of the Eagles during the round six AFL match against the West Coast Eagles Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Michael Johnson of the Dockers sets for a mark against Luke Shuey of the Eagles. Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images

    The West Coast Eagles shower Kurt Mutimer with sports drink as they sing the team song. Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Josh Kennedy of the Eagles celebrates a goal during the round six AFL match against the Fremantle Dockers at Domain Stadium. Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images

    Ethan Hughes and Joel Hamling of the Dockers contest a mark against Nathan Vardy of the Eagles. Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images

    Shannon Hurn of the Eagles looks to handball while being tackled by Bradley Hill of the Dockers. Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images

    Jonathan Giles of the Eagles tries to hand pass the ball under pressure from Griffin Logue and Ed Langdon of the Dockers. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Griffin Logue of the Dockers tries to keep the ball in play. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    The Dockers leave the field after the teams defeat during the round six AFL match at Domain Stadium. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Ethan Hughes of the Dockers tries to keep the ball in play during the round six AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers at Domain Stadium. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jonathan Giles of the Eagles tries to hand pass the ball under pressure from Ed Langdon of the Dockers. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Connor Blakely of the Dockers looks to pass the ball during the round six AFL match. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Matt Priddis of the Eagles celebrates after scoring a goal during the round six AFL match at Domain Stadium. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

    David Mundy and Nat Fyfe of the Dockers look on during the Ross Glendinning medal presentation. Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images

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Aug
14
  • Four kids in car during police chase

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    POLICE have arrested two men after separate pursuits at Port Stephens and on the mid-north coast over the weekend, including one in which the driver was allegedly drunk and led police on a chase for more than 28 kilometreswith four kids in the car.
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    Highway patrol police say they detected a Holden Commodore traveling at 119km/h on the Pacific Highway at Coopernook about 2.20pm on Saturday.

    They gave chase, following the man for more than 28 kilometres before police made the decision to terminate the pursuit at Harrington due to concerns about the Commodore’s dangerous driving.Police kept searching for the driverand, after further inquiries, stopped a man, 40, who was riding a bicycle on Crowdy Bay Road at Crowdy Bay about 3.15pm on Saturday.Police say the man admitted to driving the Commodore earlier that day.

    He was breath-tested and returned a positive reading, police say.The man was taken to Taree police station where he was charged with police pursuit, speeding and mid-range drink driving.

    The man was granted conditional bail to appear in Taree Local Court on May 31.

    Police claimthere were four children –aged between two and eight – in the carat the time of the pursuit as well as the man’s wife.

    A few hours later, police were patrolling on Nelson Bay Road at Williamtown when they spotted a man,wanted on arrest warrants, in a Ford Falcon.

    After losing sight of the vehicle, police saw it again on Cabbage Tree Road, Tomago, and launched apursuit.

    The chase sped along the Pacific Highway and New England Highway, before police terminated the pursuit on John Renshaw Drive atBeresfield.

    The car was later found abandoned on Queens Wharf Road at Morpeth.

    The NSW Police Dog Unit was called in to help search the area and a man, 27, was later found in a nearby farm shed.He was taken to Raymond Terrace police station and then to John Hunter Hospital to be treated for a cut to his arm.

    The man remains under police guard at hospital. Police say charges are expected to be laid.Meanwhile, a man, 46, was arrested in Nelson Bay on Saturday night after police allegedly found a large plastic resealable bag of ice.

    The manwas taken to Raymond Terrace police station where he was charged with supplying a prohibited drug and breaching his bail.

    The man appeared in Newcastle Bail Court on Sunday and was refused bail.

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Aug
14
  • Newcastle triathlete Lauren Parker given one per cent chance of ever walking again

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    Newcastle triathlete in fight of life after freak training accident Lauren Parker competes at the 2015 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.
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    TweetFacebook Lauren ParkerJUST two weeks ago, triathlete Lauren Parker felt at the peak of her powers. She was training for 35 hours a week and had her eye on a place on the podium at theIronman Triathlon in Port Macquarie next weekend.

    But now, the 28-year-old just wants to be able to walk again following a freak accident on a routine early morning ride.

    The Fletchertriathlete has had no feeling from the waist down since she crashed into a guard rail while travelling about 45km/h during the training session near Raymond Terrace on April 18.

    She sustained broken ribs, a punctured lung, broken scapula, broken pelvis and a broken back and has been given a oneper cent chance of walking again.

    “We were about 40 kilometres into the ride apparently, because I don’t remember this andI was told by my training partner that we were just riding along as normal and my front and rear tyre both burst at the same time,” Parker said.

    “This does not happen.It’s a freak accident.It never happens.”

    Parker does not remember much about the accident.

    “All I can remember is laying on the road on my back, a lady holding my neck, who had stopped in a car alongside the road, and I was in so much pain,” she said.

    “I couldn’t breathe, I thought I was dying. I couldn’t breathe because I had a punctured lung …I was in that much pain.”

    Parker wasrushed to John Hunter Hospital where she had emergency back surgery to restore bloodflow through her spinal cord.

    When she woke up she was told she had a one per cent chance of walking again.

    “I feel like I’ve lost my whole life,” a shattered Parker told theNewcastle Herald.

    But the brave Novocastrian was trying to stay positive and was determined to defy the odds.

    “I know I want todo everything I can to be able to walk,” she said.

    The reality of what has happened was still sinking in for Parker, who recorded a second placing atthe2015 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

    “I just keep hoping it’s a dream but it’s not,” she said.

    “My whole life is being active … my life is just filled up with being fit and healthy and active and I just can’t do that any more. I feel like I’ve lost everything that’s about me, which is the hardest thing.

    “And my only dream is to be able to even just walk again. I don’t care about running, just being able to walk again.”

    Parker said police at the scene could find no trace of why her tyres both blew.

    “The police arrived before the ambulance and the police and my two training partners were all just looking at the ground, trying to figure out what had punctured my tyres, but there was absolutely nothing on the ground,” she said.

    “They even looked at my tyres and there was nothing in them, they had just burst.It was a brand new bike with brand new tyres, so it’s such a terrible, freak accident.”

    Parker was flown toRoyal North Shore Spinal Cord Injury Unitfive days after her surgery and will spend three months there before being moved to a specialist spinal centre in Ryde, where she could spend up to 12 months in rehabilitation.

    “I’ve started my rehab physio sessions, I’ve had two this week,” she said on Saturday. “At the moment, I’m not doing a lot because of my broken ribs and shoulder.”

    She had no feeling from her naval down and felt “quite dizzy” when she got into the wheelchair after laying down for two weeks.

    “I go to gym and do some light weights on my arms, some pulleys, just to get rotation in my arms and keep that rotation,” Parker said.

    “The other day they got me out the chair in the gym and they sat me up and they told me they were going to take their hands away from me and I had to balance myself sitting up and I was able to do that for seven seconds.

    “It’s quite hard because I have no feeling from my belly button down, so it feels like I have no balance. They’ve said if I keep doing that I’ll be able to increase seven seconds to eventually one minute and so on. But that’s just the start.”

    Parker is already researching options for the future, including travelling to the United States wherestem cell therapy is being used “on patients like me”.

    Her mum Anne has been by her bedside since the accident and has taken time off work indefinitely.

    They havebeen overwhelmed by an outpouring of support from the community and by friendssettingup a gofundme page (www.gofundme苏州夜总会招聘/wearewithyouloz) to help with medical costs.

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Aug
14
  • Kangaroos hold off gallant Gold Coast Suns at Etihad Stadium

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    North Melbourne notches up victory | Photos Jack Ziebell and Nathan Hrovat of the Kangaroos celebrate at the final siren and winning the round six AFL match against the Gold Coast Suns. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images
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    Ed Vickers-Willis (left) Marley Williams, Jy Simpkin and Nathan Hrovat of the Kangaroos celebrate their first win with the club. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Marley Williams of the North Melbourne Kangaroos celebrates a goal during the round six AFL match at Etihad Stadium. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Ben Brown of the Kangaroos competes for the ball during the round six AFL match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Gold Coast Suns. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Nathan Hrovat of the Kangaroos celebrates his first win with the club. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Gary Ablett of the Suns marks the ball over Lachlan Hansen of the Kangaroos. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Luke McDonald of the Kangaroos (right) celebrates a goal next to Jamie MacMillan. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Todd Goldstein of the Kangaroos kisses one of his daughters after the round six AFL at Etihad Stadium. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Ben Brown of the Kangaroos is congratulated by Kayne Turner after kicking a goal on Saturday night. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jack Ziebell of the Kangaroos (left) and Nathan Hrovat celebrate the win after the final siren. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Gary Ablett of the Suns is tackled with the ball by Marley Williams of the Kangaroos, which resulted in a free kick and a goal. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Gary Ablett of the Suns runs with the ball during the round six AFL match against the North Melbourne Kangaroos. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Ben Brown of the Kangaroos celebrates after kicking a goal as Gary Ablett of the Suns looks on. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Ben Brown of the Kangaroos celebrates after kicking a goal on Saturday night. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Sam Gibson of the Kangaroos is tackled by Jarrod Harbrow of the Suns. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jack Bowes of the Suns runs with the ball away from Lachlan Hansen of the Kangaroos. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Ben Cunnington of the Kangaroos runs out for his 150th game. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Marley Williams of the Kangaroos celebrate his first win with the club with former player Aaron Edwards. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Kangaroos coach Brad Scott speaks to his team during a quarter-time break during the round six AFL match against the Gold Coast Suns. Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media/Getty Images

    Jack Leslie of the Suns marks the ball against Mason Wood of the Kangaroos. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

    Gary Ablett of the Suns celebrates a goal with Touk Miller of the Suns (left) on Saturday night. Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images

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