Garry McIntosh — a dual premiership player with Norwood — lined up as goalkeeper for Australia in the first of its three-match 1984 International Rules series in Ireland. He was expected to remain on or around the goal line in the same manner as soccer and Gaelic goalkeepers for this hybrid football game. But nothing could have been further from McIntosh’s mind. He was a red-blooded midfielder whose natural instinct was to go for the ball. If there was a man in the way, so be it.
Tinney, who won medals both at the 2000 Sydney and 2016 Rio Olympic Games, said the southern hemisphere’s most prestigious event took on extra significance because of the upcoming championships in North Carolina, US. The FEI World Equestrian Games are held once every four years, the same years as the Commonwealth Games. “Next year we’ve got it (the world championships) in America and that’s what everybody at the top level, the four star, is aiming for,” Tinney said.
The 36ers will face Melbourne at Hisense Arena within 48 hours of stepping off the court at the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland for their third crack at United, having lost to Melbourne twice this season in Adelaide. The Sixers can go Melbourne with a measure of confidence, having pushed the joint ladder-leader to get within two points in the final quarter after being behind for most of the night. There were some vintage Sixers magic of the quick variety.
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Selecting a term
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