Due to the currently increased NSW restrictions the remaining games of the Hawkesbury Classic against the Newcastle Northstars have been postponed. As soon as we have new dates set we will post across our social media accounts. We than you for your understanding.
2020.08.22 03:07 StoaticorNSW records 9 new local cases
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
4 cases are close contacts of previously reported cases whose source is under investigation.
2 are cases whose source is under investigation.
2 cases are household contacts of previously reported known cases linked to the Bankstown area funeral gatherings cluster.
1 case is a household contact of a previously reported confirmed case linked to the Tangara School for Girls Cherrybrook cluster.
A case notified after the reporting period worked as a security guard at the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel while it was operating for overseas returned travellers in quarantine. An update on this case will be provided this afternoon.
2020.08.21 03:03 StoaticorNSW records 1 new local case
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
1 local case is a known contact of a previously reported case at Hornsby Hospital. The case went into isolation before the commencement of their infectious period following notification of the previous Hornsby case.
2020.08.19 03:11 StoaticorNSW records 5 new local cases, 1 new interstate case, and, 1 new overseas case
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
5 are locally acquired:
1 close contact of a previous contact, the source is under investigation
1 case from South Western Sydney, the source is under investigation
1 household contact of this case.
1 case from Western Sydney, the source is under investigation
1 household contact of this case.
2 travellers in hotel quarantine, 1 from overseas and 1 from Victoria.
A case has been confirmed since the reporting period, in a patient who attended Liverpool Hospital. Close contacts have been identified and advised to isolate for 14 days, get tested for COVID-19 and monitor for symptoms. Deep cleaning has occurred in areas where the outpatient received care and additional precautionary measures have been taken. This includes COVID-19 testing for staff who worked on the same wards the patient received care when they were infectious. Links to other cases are being investigated.
2020.08.15 03:08 StoaticorNSW records 9 new local cases
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
9 were locally acquired:
1 staff member of Chopstix Asian Cuisine in Smithfield RSL, whose source is unknown at this point.
1, another staff member at Chopstix Asian Cuisine, is likely a secondary infection from the above case.
1 is a student from Tangara School for Girls.
1 attended Mounties Club at Mount Pritchard.
5 are close contacts of known cases.
A case dined at Rick Stein at Bannisters in Mollymook on Saturday, 1 August. Anyone who was at the restaurant on this night between 8pm and 10.30pm for at least one hour is considered a close contact and must get tested for COVID-19 right away and self-isolate until midnight tonight or until they have received a negative result, whichever is later.
Epidemiological week 32, ending 8 August 2020 - Published 13 August 2020
Fewer locally-acquired cases were reported in the week ending 8 August when compared to the previous week (66 vs 91 cases) while testing rates increased by 10% (average daily testing rate of 2.9 per 1,000 people in NSW).
Investigations to date have been unable to link three cases reported this week with known cases or clusters.
High testing rates and low case counts indicate limited community transmission.
In total, 273 cases with an onset in the four weeks ending 8 August were linked to known clusters.
There has been a 53% decrease in the number of overseas-acquired cases reported in the week ending 8 August compared with the previous week.
2020.08.13 11:15 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Newcastle Jets vs Wellington Phoenix (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34)
NEWCASTLE JETS3-0WELLINGTON PHOENIX Newcastle Jets Goalscorers: Nick Fitzgerald (45'), Bernie Ibini (76'), Jason Hoffman (79') Wellington Phoenix Goalscorers: Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Sydney, NSW Date: Thursday, August 13th, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST, 9:30pm NZST Referee: Alireza Faghani Attendance: No spectators permitted* (Capacity: 20,500 - COVID Capacity: 5,125) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 507 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Post-COVID League Form Guide NEWCASTLEWDWLast Match: 1-0 vs Western United WELLINGTONLWDLDLast Match: 1-1 vs Brisbane Roar (N) Last Time They Met:WEL2-1NEWJanuary 24th, 2020 Ladder Positions:9thvs3rd Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) NEWCASTLE JETS
Commentary -15' The finish line is in sight, and tonight the Newcastle Jets and Wellington Phoenix play their final regular-season game at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium. The Jets have been in good form since the restart, picking up 7 of a possible 9 points, but a poor start to the season means they're only playing for 8th spot. The Phoenix will be playing finals for a second straight season, but require three points, and a favour from former coach Mark Rudan on Wednesday, if they want any chance of breaking into the top two. -2' Teams make their way out. *Looks like it's just an attendance of one tonight (Jets fan), although at half-time, it looks like they may have had a couple of others with them. 1' We are underway. 2' Wellington have an early free-kick, which McCowatt sends wide. 8' Elliot nutmegs his opponent and shoots, but James tips it over the bar. 9' The resulting corner is sent to the far post with DeVere going down in the box, but the referee gives the free-kick the other way and books DeVere for simulation. 13' Wellington's second corner in quick succession comes in and James uses his head to keep the ball out. 14' Davila cuts it back to Ball, who scissor kicks it over for a goal kick. Newcastle under a lot of pressure. 21' Ugarkovic tries one from distance, but he misses to the left. 22' Nigel Boogaard has been booked for his challenge on Davila. 24' Cacace goes down in the box looking for a penalty, but the referee ignores him completely. 26' Elliot goes down in the box with Topor-Stanley, but Faghani doesn't give the penalty again. 30' Ball is one on one in the box against James, who makes another fine save. 37' Newcastle have the corner, with Dimi Petratos sending it to the far post for Hoffman, who heads high and wide of the goal. 42' Nikolai Topor-Stanley is booked for his challenge on Davila. 45'NEW1-0WELGOAL - Wellington get caught on the counter attack! Thurgate gets to the edge of the box and slides the pass through to Fitzgerald, whose deflected shot beats Marinovic and finds the back of the net. 45' One minute of stoppage time to end the first half. HTNEWCASTLE JETS1-0WELLINGTON PHOENIX 46' Half-time change for the Nix, with Matti Steinmann not returning, and Alex Rufer on in his place. 46' The second half is underway. 48' Dimi Petratos with a great strike from inside the box, and Marinovic pulls off an equally good save. 49' Topor-Stanley tries one from the edge of the box, but it goes wide. 53' The free-kick is sent into the box where it comes back out to McCowatt, who sends it over the crossbar and out for a goal kick. 57' Johnny Koutroumbis is shown the yellow card for his foul on Ball. 58' A mishap in defence sees Topor-Stanley nearly concede an own goal. 61' The Wellington corner is sent to the near post and cleared before the Phoenix look to have scored, but the flag is up for offside against Taylor. 67' Double change for the Jets, with Arroyo off for Roy O'Donovan. 67' And Nick Fitzgerald makes way for Berine Ibini. 67' The Phoenix also make a sub, with Ulises Davilla coming off for Jashua Sotirio. 72' Piscopo runs down the middle, but it's a great tackle by Koutroumbis with the Jets on the counter, which finishes with O'Toole missing narrowly. 76'NEW2-0WELGOAL - Bernie Ibini has come off the bench and made an impact. A big one! He has the ball in the centre and runs to the edge of the box before striking the ball low and hard past Marinovic, who had absolutely no chance of stopping it. 78' Elliot goes down in the box under the challenge of O'Toole and the referee doesn't point to the spot. 79'NEW3-0WELGOAL - Newcastle go down the other end with Dimi Petratos backheeling to Hoffman, who slams it inside the roof of the net to put the game beyond doubt. What probably should've been a penalty down the other end ends up being a goal to the opposition with the game now all but sealed. 80' Dimi Petratos makes way for his brother Kosta. 81' Callan Elliot comes off and he is replaced by Walter Scott. 84' Ibini tries one from just outside the box, but he mnisses narrowly. 85' David Ball is replaced by Ben Waine. 86' Final changes for the Jets, with Angus Thurgate off for Ben Kantarovski. 86' And Connor O'Toole making way for Lucas Mauragis. 90' There will be three minutes of stoppage time. FTNEWCASTLE JETS3-0WELLINGTON PHOENIX
2020.08.13 03:07 StoaticorNSW records 7 new local cases, 5 new overseas cases, and, 1 new death
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
4 locally acquired and linked to known cases.
3 are locally acquired without a known source.
5 are returned travellers from overseas.
1 new death recorded in a woman in her 80s. The woman's infection is linked to the Our Lady of Lebanon cluster.
Please note that NSW Health has not provided any new information or breakdown of the clusters
NSW Health can today advise a previously reported case linked to Our Lady of Mercy College attended two venues in South-Western Sydney whilst infectious with COVID-19. Patrons and staff at these venues are considered to be casual contacts and advised to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms, and immediately self-isolate and get tested for COVID-19 should symptoms develop, however mild:
Westfield Liverpool on Friday 7 August from 10.30am to 11am and 12.30pm-1pm
5th Avenue Beauty Bar, Wetherill Park on Saturday 8th August from 2pm-3pm
Fairfield, Fairfield East, Fairfield Heights, Fairfield West.
NOTES: As of today, 13th August, the cases associated with postcodes 2154 and 2177 have been moved to "Locally acquired - contact of a confirmed case and/or in a known cluster". A case reported on the 11th August associated with the postcode 2200 was reclassified to "Locally acquired - source not identified".
2020.08.07 11:15 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Western United vs Western Sydney Wanderers (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34)
WESTERN UNITED5-3WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS Western United Goalscorers: Josh Risdon (6'), Besart Berisha (19'), Alessandro Diamanti (52', 87'), Max Burgess (84') Western Sydney Wanderers Goalscorers: Mitchell Duke (69', 82'), Tass Mourdoukoutas (76') Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Sydney, NSW Date: Friday, August 7th, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST Referee: Alireza Faghani Attendance: No spectators permitted (Capacity: 20,500 - COVID Capacity: 5,125) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 503 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Post-COVID League Form Guide WESTERN UNITEDWLLast Match: 0-1 @ Newcastle Jets WESTERN SYDNEYDWLLast Match: 1-3 vs Perth Glory Last Time They Met:WSW1-1WUNDecember 20th, 2019 Ladder Positions:8thvs9th Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) WESTERN UNITED
Commentary -15' Three crucial points are on the line as Western United host the Western Sydney Wanderers at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium. With Adelaide picking up a point last night, only a win will be enough for the Wanderers to keep their top-six hopes alive. There's less pressure on Western United, who still have another three games after tonight, but those happen to be against Perth, Sydney and Melbourne City. -2' Teams make their way out. 1' Western United get the first half underway. 5' Berisha gets the ball to Diamanti, and he lays it off to Risdon. He cuts it back to Lustica, who smashes his shot into the crossbar. 6'WUN1-0WSWGOAL - Pain passes it back to Burgess and he gets the cross in to Risdon, who heads it downwards past Predergast to give Western United the 1-0 lead. 19'WUN2-0WSWGOAL - Diamanti pushes it forward to Risdon, who cuts it back to Berisha and he gets onto the scoresheet with a perfectly timed finish that leaves Predergast with no chance of saving it. 23' Yeboah tries one from distance and Kurto pulls off a fine save to keep it out. 27' Tomislav Uskok is booked for a silly foul on O'Doherty. 28' Josh Risdon is also booked for a sliding challenge on Cox. 29' Matt Jurman is the third player booked in the space of a few minutes for his challenge on Lustica. 35' Berisha, thinking he was offside, hesitates to play at the ball. After seeing the flag stay down, he gets a weak shot away, which Prendergast is thankful to see bounce off the post and into his arms. 36' Duke shoots from outside the box, Kurto saves it easily. 43' Yeboah pulls off a great shot from a tight angle and he brings out an equally fine save from Kurto. 45' One minute of stoppage time to come. HTWESTERN UNITED2-0WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS 46' The second half is underway. 47' Berisha to Lustica to Risdon, who chips it to the back post, but there's nobody there. 51' Andrew Durante is replaced by Jonathan Aspropotamitis. 52'WUN3-0WSWGOAL - What a stunning finish by Diamanti! Off a tight angle, he casually chips it across Prendergast, who gets a touch on it but can't keep it out. 57' O'Doherty has a go from the edge of the box, but his effort goes wide. 57' Double change for the Wanderers, with Patrick Ziegler replaced by Tass Mourdoukoutas. 57' And Mohamed Adam comes on for Simon Cox, who doesn't look happy about being substituted. 58' Adam gets a decent first touch inside the box, but his follow-up shot is well saved by Kurto. 61' Another double sub for the Wanderers, Tate Russell off for Bruce Kamau. 61' And Jordan O'Doherty makes way for Pirmin Schwegler. 63' Some goalmouth action results in a brilliant save from Kurto to keep Adam out. The rebound falls to Adam with an open goal in front of him and he can't hit the target. 65' The cross comes to Duke who first times the shot, but it goes narrowly wide. 66' Western United make a double change of their own, with Joshua Risdon off for Jerry Skotadis. 66' And Valentino Yuel replaces Besart Berisha. 69'WUN3-1WSWGOAL - The Wanderers get on the board with Kamau crossing to the edge of the six-yard box where Duke heads past Kurto to pull one back. 75' Connor Pain is booked for dissent. 76'WUN3-2WSWGOAL - The Wanderers have the free-kick to the side of the box. Schwegler drives it in low and Mourdoukoutas calmly unleashes the backheel which leaves Kurto stranded. The ball rolls in and it's game on at 3-2! 82'WUN3-3WSWGOAL - What on earth is going on? Georgievski passes to Adam with the ball going off his shin to Duke, who blasts it home. It's 3-3 and the Wanderers could win the game after being 3-0 down 12 minutes ago! 84'WUN4-3WSWGOAL - A terrible turnover by Mourdoukoutas, who hesitates and loses it. Burgess takes possession, he enters the box and slides it past Prendergast to give Western United the lead again. 87'WUN5-3WSWGOAL - Pain has his shot charged down but he gets it back and the ball spills out to Diamanti and he does it again! His second magnificent goal tonight, and surely Western United can't blow another multi-goal lead. Right? 90' Kwame Yeboah is replaced by Kostandinos Grozos for the Wanderers final change. 90' Three minutes of added time to go. Enough time for two goals, maybe? 90+2' Grozos tries to make an impact on this match, but his free-kick goes straight at Kurto. 90+3' Western United make their final two changes, with Joshua Cavallo replacing Connor Pain. 90+3' And Alessandro Diamanti makes way for Dylan Pierias. FTWESTERN UNITED5-3WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS
2020.08.06 11:15 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Adelaide United vs Sydney FC (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34)
ADELAIDE UNITED1-1SYDNEY FC Adelaide United Goalscorers: Jordan Elsey (13') Sydney FC Goalscorers: Adam Le Fondre (39') Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: ANZ Stadium, Sydney, NSW Date: Thursday, August 6th, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST, 7:00pm ACST Referee: Ben Abraham Attendance: No spectators permitted (Capacity: 83,500 - COVID Capacity: 10,000) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 507 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Post-COVID League Form Guide ADELAIDEWDWLast Match: 5-3 vs Perth Glory SYDNEYWLLLast Match: 0-2 "@" Melbourne City Last Time They Met:SYD2-1ADEJanuary 4th, 2020 Ladder Positions:6thvs1st Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) ADELAIDE UNITED
Commentary -15' The A-League rolls on as Adelaide United host Sydney FC at ANZ Stadium. While the Sky Blues already have first place locked up, they're coming off back-to-back league losses for the first time since March 2018 (and have not lost three in a row since OctobeNovember 2013). Meanwhile, Adelaide sit three points ahead of seventh-placed Newcastle (who have one game remaining, are 6 behind on GD and will be eliminated from finals contention if Sydney don't win), but three points will be crucial for the "home team" tonight due to Western United's extra games in hand. -2' The teams are on their way out. 1' Adelaide United get the game underway. 4' Zullo swings the cross in from the left looking for Le Fondre, but the striker is unable to get the right amount of power on the header and lobs it over the crossbar. 6' Brook cuts inside and is given plenty of time by the Sydney defence to prep his shot, but he fires it straight into the arms of Redmayne. 9' Brook lays the ball off to Mauk, who comes steaming through - the midfielder pulls the trigger from the edge of the area, and his shot just goes wide. 12' Adelaide get a corner after the referee overrules the touch judge's decision to award a goal kick. 13'ADE1-0SYDGOAL - Another lapse in the Sydney defence gives Jordan Elsey a free look at the header from the corner and he blasts the ball into the top right of the goal. 25' Ninkovic gets the ball off a cutback and manages to get a shot away in amongst four Adelaide defenders - only for Izzo to tip it over the crossbar. 27' The ball drops for Zullo, who has a crack from the edge of the box, but his effort goes over the bar. 34' A poor clearance from the Sydney defence falls to Halloran, who shoots from just outside the area under pressure, and as a result, drags his effort wide. 38' Riley McGree picks up a booking for his late sliding tackle on Le Fondre. 39'ADE1-1SYDGOAL - With Izzo off his line, Buhagiar gets the ball in for the run of Le Fondre, who taps it into the open net for the equaliser. 45' There will be one minute of added time played. HTADELAIDE UNITED1-1SYDNEY FC 46' Sydney get the second half underway at an empty ANZ Stadium. 50' Beautiful touch from Brook, who weaves a path through the Sydney defence - he unleashes a shot off his left boot, but Redmayne is up to the task with an acrobatic diving effort to his right. 60' Baumjohann receives the ball in the middle of the field - the space opens up ahead of him and he fires from long range, but Izzo has it well covered and he makes an excellent save to his right. 63' The Reds make the first change with Lachlan Brook making way for Pacifique Niyongabire. 67' Ninkovic is in space at the top of the penalty area - he attempts to curl one back, but the ball beats a diving Izzo and the right-hand post. 72' From a standing start, McGree unleashes a rocket off the left boot that looks destined for the back of the net, but Redmayne throws himself to his right and comes up with a brilliant save. 76' The referee stops play with Stefan Mauk on the turf and requiring treatment. 78' Sydney FC make a double change, with Trent Buhagiar leaving the field for Kosta Barbarouses... 78' ...and Chris Zuvela comes on to replace Harry Van Der Saag. 78' Adelaide's second change sees Opseth's night come to an end - replacing him will be Al Hassan Toure. 83' Ryan Strain brings down Le Fondre from behind and the Reds' defender will go into the book. 83' More fresh legs for Sydney with Alexander Baumjohann replaced by Luke Ivanovic. 85' Sydney's fourth and final change sees Joel King come on in place of Michael Zullo. 87' Paulo Retre almost breaks the deadlock with a blistering strike, but Jakobsen has removed the danger for the Reds with a superb block. 87' Adelaide will only make three of their five allotted substitutions, with Riley McGree coming off and George Blackwood coming on. 90' Both sides will have three minutes of added time to try and break the deadlock. 90+1' An outstanding individual effort from Halloran, who takes possession in midfield before surging forward - within range, the midfielder searches for the far right corner of the net, but he can't curl it back far enough. 90+4' Play is held up with Le Fondre clutching at his shoulder. FTADELAIDE UNITED1-1SYDNEY FC
2020.08.06 03:05 StoaticorNSW records 12 new cases
New cases reported in the last 24 hours
10 locally acquired cases linked to known cases:
1 linked to the Apollo Restaurant Potts Point.
1 linked to the Mounties Mt Pritchard.
8 are household contacts of known cases.
2 cases are under investigation:
1 is a man in his 20s from SydneyLHD. The man dined at the Jambo Jambo African restaurant in Glebe on 31 July from 7pm to 8.30pm. He also visited a number of inner-city venues, patrons of which are being classed as casual contacts. These venues include:
The Eveleigh Hotel in Redfern on 31 July from 8.30pm to 10pm;
Warren View Hotel in Enmore on 1 August from 4pm to 4.20pm
Mary’s in Macquarie Place, Sydney on 1 August from 6.45pm to 7.15pm
Cubby’s Kitchen in Sydney on 1 August from 7.35pm to 9.30pm
Burrow Bar in Sydney on 1 August from 9.35pm to 11.15pm
Woolworths Marrickville Metro on 2 August from 7pm to 7.20pm.
1 is a teenager from Newcastle who attended St Pius X High School while infectious.
The teenager caught the Number 26 bus (Hamilton to Adamstown) on Monday 3 August, at 8.20am. The teenager is also a member of the Newcastle Jets under 15’s representative squad which played a soccer match against the Stanmore Hawks at Arlington Oval in Dulwich Hill on 1 August.
A new case NOT included in today's number has been confirmed in Newcastle. This case is a close contact of the teenage case, and is a male in his 20’s. This case will be included in tomorrow’s official numbers.
2020.08.02 10:57 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Newcastle Jets vs Western United (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34)
NEWCASTLE JETS1-0WESTERN UNITED Newcastle Jets Goalscorers: Roy O'Donovan (29') Western United Goalscorers: Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle, NSW Date: Sunday, August 2nd, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST Referee: Alex King Attendance: 2,570 (Capacity: 33,000 - COVID Capacity: 8,250) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 507 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Post-COVID League Form Guide NEWCASTLEWDLast Match: 0-0 @ Central Coast Mariners WESTERN UNITEDWLast Match: 2-1 "@" Melbourne Victory Last Time They Met:NEW3-0WUNFebruary 1st, 2020 Ladder Positions:9thvs7th Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) NEWCASTLE JETS
Commentary -30' Three valuable points are on the line as the Newcastle Jets host Western United at McDonald Jones Stadium. Despite picking up four points in their first two games since the restart, the Jets are still six points outside the top six with two games to go, so anything short of a win will officially knock them out of finals contention. Western United are only two points better off, but they have three games in hand on sixth-placed Adelaide. -2' Teams make their way out. 1' Western United kick-off and we are underway. 14' O'Donovan brings down Durante with a forearm to the head. The referee stops play in order for Durante to receive attention. 16' O'Donovan attempts a bicycle kick for goal, but it comes off the United defence for a corner. 26' Diamanti gets the pass off to Pain, who takes a shot on goal, only to be denied by Italiano. 28' Ibini is in the right place as he rises up to meet the cross, but his header narrowly misses goal. 29'NEW1-0WUNGOAL - Hoffman crosses the ball into the box, as O'Donovan gets in front of Durante and heads the ball into the bottom left corner. 31' Pain threads the ball through to Berisha, who taps it past Italiano and into the goal, but the celebrations are short-lived as the offside flag is raised. 33' It looks like Ibini may be done for the night, as he looks to have a hamstring strain. 39' Diamanti fires a free-kick straight into the wall. 45' Ibini, having stayed on, has a shot and goes just wide of the mark. 45' O'Donovan, looking for a double, manages to beat Kurto, only to hit the outside of the post. 45' Two minutes of stoppage time to end the first half. HTNEWCASTLE JETS1-0WESTERN UNITED 46' The second half is underway. 52' Diamanti is down behind play after a head clash. He is receiving attention on the ground. 53' The Jets make their first change of the match as Ibini makes way for Dimi Petratos. 57' O'Donovan is brought down near the sideline by Uskok. He appeals for a free-kick, but the referee doesn't budge. 59' Western United make their first change, with Pasquali coming off and Skotadis running on. 60' The Jets make a double change, with Fitzgerald first making way for Arroyo. 60' And Thurgate also comes off to be replaced by Ledely. 62' Skotadis has not been on for long, but long enough to earn a yellow card for a clumsy challenge. 68' Burgess has a go off his left foot and the shot is easily taken by Italiano. 71' Boogaard barrels into Berisha in the middle of the ground and is awarded a yellow card. 75' Western United make their second change as Diamanti comes off for Yuel. 78' United make their third, and what will be their final change, with Risdon making way for Pierias. 81' Ugarkovic brings down Burgess and instantly goes into the ref's book. 82' Final changes for the Jets, as O'Toole comes off for Yerasimakis Petratos' Jets debut. 82' And O'Donovan comes off as Kosta Petratos comes on to complete the Petratos triple act. 90' Durante brings down Arroyo in the middle of the ground and is awarded a yellow card. 90' Western United will have four minutes of added time to try and find an equaliser. 90+2' Burgess crosses the ball into the box, but he can't get it right as Italiano is able to make the save. 90+4' The three Petratos brothers combine as Makis fires a shot on goal, forcing Kurto to push it away. FTNEWCASTLE JETS1-0WESTERN UNITED
2020.07.24 10:51 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Central Coast Mariners vs Newcastle Jets (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34 - F3 Derby)
CENTRAL COAST MARINERS0-0NEWCASTLE JETS Central Coast Mariners Goalscorers: Newcastle Jets Goalscorers: Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: Central Coast Stadium, Gosford, NSW Date: Friday, July 24th, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST Referee: Ben Abraham Attendance: 2,373 (Capacity: 20,059 - COVID Capacity: 5,014) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 507 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Post-COVID League Form Guide CENTRAL COASTLLast Match: 0-1 "@" Perth Glory NEWCASTLEWLast Match: 2-1 @ Sydney FC Last Time They Met:NEW4-3CCMFebruary 9th, 2020 Ladder Positions:11thvs8th Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) CENTRAL COAST MARINERS
Commentary -40' The Central Coast Mariners meet the Newcastle Jets at Central Coast Stadium in the final F3 Derby for the season. The Jets are coming off a shock 2-1 win over Sydney FC on Tuesday, while the Mariners "return home" after suffering a 1-0 defeat to the Glory "on the road" in Gosford. Anything less than three points will almost certainly condemn the Mariners to another wooden spoon. -2' The teams make their way out. 1' The Mariners get us underway. 8' Play stops with Clisby receiving treatment for an ankle injury. 15' O'Toole tries one from the edge of the box, but his shot goes high and wide. 16' Djuric sends the free-kick outside the box to Melling, who shoots and misses by a long way. 23' The Jets corner gets cleared as far as Millar, who shoots from the edge of the box, but he shoots over. 28' Gordon is shown the yellow card after fouling Fitzgerald from behind. 31' Silvera shoots from a long way out and he fires it into the giant sauce bottles. 43' Jacob Melling has been taken off early and he's replaced by Joshua Nisbet. 45' Two minutes of stoppage time will wrap up the first half. HTCENTRAL COAST MARINERS0-0NEWCASTLE JETS 46' Daniël De Silva is replaced by Tommy Oar at half-time. 46' The second half is underway. 48' Clisby swings the corner in and connects with Rowes, whose header troubles Italiano. The ball comes to Djuric who sends his shot miles over. 53' Djuric has another chance from the edge of the box and once again he shoots way over. 55' Bernie Ibini is replaced by Dimi Petratos. 57' Fitzgerald shoots from outside the box, but once again, it goes a long way over. 60' O'Toole looks to find O'Donovan with the cross with Birighitti off his line, but he strikes it too hard and O'Donovan has to take evasive action. 63' Millar looks to have hurt his hamstring. 64' Matthew Millar comes off for Jason Hoffman. 64' Roy O'Donovan makes way for Kosta Petratos. 66' Kosta Petratos is booked for flying into Gordon just two minutes after coming on. 70' Joshua Nisbet has been booked for a bump on Kosta Petratos. 74' Dimi Petratos has a chance on the counter-attack, but his effort from inside the box goes over the bar. 75' Alou Kuol is replaced by Dylan Ruiz-Diaz. 77' Connor O'Toole comes off for Joe Ledley. 79' Steven Ugarkovic has been booked for pushing Djuric to the ground. 79' Milan Djuric has also been booked for his foul on Ugarkovic. 82' Boogaard puts in a great delivery into the box to Kosta Petratos who makes good contact, but Birighitti makes an equally fine save. 82' Jack Clisby surrenders to injury and he is replaced by Jair. 85' Tommy Oar is booked for his sliding challenge from behind on Fitzgerald. 90' There will be four minutes of stoppage time. FTCENTRAL COAST MARINERS0-0NEWCASTLE JETS
2020.07.19 10:53 qldmaroon7Match Thread: Brisbane Roar vs Adelaide United (2019/20 A-League - The PPF/The 27 in 34)
BRISBANE ROAR0-1ADELAIDE UNITED Brisbane Roar Goalscorers: Adelaide United Goalscorers: Kristian Opseth (6') Competition: 2019/20 Hyundai A-League Regular Season (The PPF/The 27 in 34) Venue: Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast, QLD Date: Sunday, July 19th, 2020 Kickoff: 7:30pm AEST, 7:00pm ACST Referee: Alireza Faghani Attendance: 1,035 (Capacity: 27,400 - COVID Capacity: 13,700) TV Broadcast: Fox Sports 507 (AUS) & Sky Sport 7 (NZ) Streams: Kayo Sports & My Football Live App Matchtracker Link:Fox Sports Pre-COVID League Form Guide(which probably means almost nothing at this point) BRISBANEDLWWWLast Match: 1-0 vs Newcastle Jets ADELAIDEWLLLLLast Match: 0-3 vs Newcastle Jets Last Time They Met:BRI2-1ADEFebruary 8th, 2020 Ladder Positions:4thvs7th Lineups(note: both sides allowed to make up to five substitutions) BRISBANE ROAR
Commentary -35' The A-League train rolls on with Brisbane Roar hosting Adelaide United at Cbus Super Stadium, which, provided NSW doesn't descend into a second COVID wave, will be the final match in Queensland for the season. Both teams come in with new managers, which Adelaide will hope will result in a turnaround in form, with United losing their last four matches before the shutdown. -2' The teams make their way out. -1' One of the nets is broken. Kickoff might still be a few minutes away. 1' After getting a ball out to the middle (that's right, they also forgot the ball), we're underway. 4' Brown pulls the trigger on goal, but it takes a deflection off Elsey and Izzo makes the easy save. 6'BRI0-1ADEGOAL - Strain crosses it to Opseth, who is front and centre on goal. He heads it past Young and into the back of the net. 26' Inman gets into a bit of space, but he is brought down from behind by Mauk with no foul given. 28' Brown tries a nutmeg on Elsey inside the box, but it doesn't work out all too well. 30' McGree stops, pushes past the defender, and pulls the trigger on goal from the edge of the box, but Young is able to parry it away and make the save. 34' Scott McDonald goes into the book for bringing down McGree. 35' Ridenton goes into the book for a clumsy challenge. 36' Mauk becomes the first Adelaide plyer to be booked after bringing down Inman. 40' O'Shea takes the free-kick, and he forces Izzo to dive away to his right and push the ball over the crossbar for a stunning save. 44' McDonald takes on all comers as he looks to have a shot on goal from outside the box and he blasts it over the crossbar. 45' Mileusnic takes a shot on goal and it hits the far post and bounces away to the corner. Young was stunned and did not move, so it would have been an almost certain goal. 45' There will be one minute of stoppage time to finish the first half. HTBRISBANE ROAR0-1ADELAIDE UNITED 46' The Roar get the second half underway. 52' Wenzel-Halls pulls the trigger on goal as Izzo slides into the shot and makes the save. 54' Halloran takes a shot from the edge of the box, but it's ineffective as it flies over the crossbar. 58' The Roar make their first change as Ridenton makes way for the A-League debut of Danny Kim. 58' The Reds also make their first change as Opseth makes way for Al Hassan Toure. 67' O'Shea takes the free-kick, but Neville heads it into Toure, who deflects it wide of goal. 72' The Reds make a double change - first, Blackwood replaces Mileusnic. 72' Secondly, Gomulka comes off for Al Hassan's brother, Mohamed Toure. 74' Gillesphey comes off due to injury and he is replaced by Courtney-Perkins. 78' Blackwood gets his head on the ball inside the box, but he hits the crossbar. 79' O'Shea delivers a great ball onto the head of Aldred, but he's unable to get the direction right. 83' Mohamed Toure almost costs Adelaide a penalty, as the deflection off him looked like a handball. 84' Next change for the Roar sees Wenzel-Halls come off and Amadi-Holloway come on. 85' Fourth change for the Roar, as Inman comes off to be replaced by Muratovic. 87' The Reds also make their fourth change as McGree makes way for Marrone. 90' We have three minutes of additional time to play. 90+3' O'Shea has a free-kick after the end of stoppage time, but he fires it into the wall. FTBRISBANE ROAR0-1ADELAIDE UNITED
2020.07.17 01:19 skeeter1980Australia has been holding secret talks with senior Wallabies about going for gold at next year’s Tokyo Olympics after the global pandemic has created a loophole that will change the way players are selected for the squad
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/rugby/wallabies-stars-in-contention-for-australian-sevens-team-at-tokyo-olympics-super-rugby-clubs-eye-pumas/news-story/b55d6c765177611bd3f2932896fd3b3b Australia has been holding secret talks with senior Wallabies about going for gold at next year’s Tokyo Olympics after the global pandemic has created a loophole that will change the way players are selected for the squad. Rugby Confidential can reveal that World Cup vice-captain Samu Kerevi and Bernard Foley have indicated they want to play in the Olympic Sevens tournament and team officials have begun casting their net even further. After all the gloomy news the game has gone through in the past few years, it’s understood that no one will be off-limits if it can help Australia strike gold in the world’s biggest multi-sport event. The once-in-a-lifetime carrot is being dangled in front of superstars including Wallaby captain Michael Hooper and John Eales medallist Marika Koroibete because COVID-19 has changed everything. Normally, players have to commit to the World Sevens Series to be considered for selection, which rules them out of playing Super Rugby. But with the 2020-21 sevens series now almost certain to be cancelled, and ongoing uncertainty how Super Rugby will look next year, everyone is potentially available for selection. Although Wallabies would need permission from Dave Rennie to go to the Olympics, the dates could hardly be better for Australia’s players, with the men’s competition running over just three days in the last week of July. That may mean players miss a week of France’s 2021 winter tour of Australia but it will avoid clashing with The Rugby Championship, which will start in late August after the British and Irish Lions complete their tour of South Africa. Kerevi and Foley — both based in Japan — are just the first expected to put their hand up. Kerevi is currently unavailable to play for the Wallabies because he hasn’t played enough Tests to qualify under the existing Giteau Law but is desperate to represent his country again. It is understood that Foley — who won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games — was even offered a full-time contract to rejoin the Sevens squad after last year’s World Cup. He turned it down but said he would be available for the Olympics. WALSH IN HIGH DEMAND Australia’s men’s sevens coach Tim Walsh has been given a new role out of left-field. Netball Australia has invited him onto a high performance panel to select the new coach of the Diamonds. Walsh hasn’t coached netball but after leading the Australian women’s sevens team to a historic gold in Rio, he remains in high demand for other sports wanting to pick his brains on the keys to success. SUPER CLUBS TRACK PUMAS The NSW Waratahs and Melbourne Rebels have already begun contacting Argentinian player agents about signing Pumas stars for next year’s Super Rugby tournament — whatever it may look like. Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan flagged the possibility of local franchises recruiting from Argentina, South Africa and the northern hemisphere to bolster their stocks for 2021, and the Tahs and Rebels have wasted little time making inquiries. The tone of conversation around a trans-Tasman tournament for next year has changed markedly in the past 10 days, with New Zealand bullish about their demands. RA won’t be dictated to and if pushed, will form their own domestic tournament without the Kiwis for next season. Meanwhile, the Rebels will continue to be based out of Canberra for the foreseeable future, as training grounds in Sydney are difficult to come by amid the COVID-19 pandemic. AFL and NRL clubs have taken over many of the best training facilities in Sydney. NEW DEAL ON HORIZON Despite a contract freeze in place within RA given the uncertain broadcasting future, the Queensland Reds are set to hand 22-year-old centre Hunter Paisami an extension soon. SHUTE SHIELD BACK WITH A BANG The 2020 Shute Shield kicks off this weekend, featuring the return of the Penrith Emus and the introduction of the Newcastle Wildfires. The oldest premier rugby competition features the grand final rematch of the past two years — Warringah vs Sydney University — as its match of the round at Rat Park. The game will be televised nationally on 7TWO and 7Plus, with a new-look commentary team headed by Tony Lewis. Former Fox Sports presenters Sean Maloney and Louise Ransome will join Lewis, along with former Shute Shield champion and Scotland international Daniel Parks, and Olympic Sevens gold medallist Shannon Parry. SHUTE SHIELD 2020 — ROUND ONE Gordon v Eastern Suburbs Southern Districts v Eastwood Manly v Two Blues West Harbour v Northern Suburbs Randwick v Newcastle Warringah v Sydney University
2020.07.07 03:13 StoaticorNSW records 1 new case and 6 new overseas cases
New cases reported in the last 24 hours:
6 new cases detected in returned travellers in hotel quarantine.
1 new case is a recently returned traveller who tested negative on day 10 of quarantine, but developed symptoms on his return home to Newcastle on Sunday, after being released from hotel quarantine. He and his close contacts are in isolation.
The two probable cases in Albury are not included in today’s new cases and are not included in Victoria’s totals.
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2020.05.04 06:27 unskilled-labourTravel interstate for a funeral? (Melbourne-Newcastle, driving)
So my partner's father passed suddenly on Friday night/Saturday morning, and as soon as the date for the funeral is known, we'll have to drive from Melbourne to Newcastle for a few days. We'll be driving for a few reasons, no direct flights to Newcastle, we need to bring some things back with us and we'll be driving our accommodation (friends camper). Question is, is it possible at the moment to drive Vic to NSW for this? Will we have to quarantine at each end? What's the likelihood of getting pulled over and questioned about our reason for travel? Is there anywhere available to stop along the Hume? I know camp sites are shut but I think NRMA/RACV parks are still open. We'll have all our own food and other supplies, just need to stop for petrol. Thanks in advance everyone.
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