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Country chase six straight

RUN: NSW Country representative Luke Witchard playing for Souths earlier this season. Picture: Marina NeilJohn Fernance sees no reason why NSW can’t continue its recent dominance of the Australian Country Championships in Berrifrom Friday.
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The Souths captain-coach is one of six Lions representatives in the state squad, also joined by University newcomerMurray Bennett, for the 2018 tournament which is being held 238 kilometres north-east of South Australian capital Adelaide.

NSW has won the five previous national titles, a run unmatchedsince the carnival begun in 1982, and Fernance feels they will be in the mix once more.

“We’ve got a pretty good team again,” Fernance told the Newcastle Herald on Thursday.

“There’s four newcomers, but most of the boys have been together for a while now. We’ve been the team to beat the last five years, but you’re never quite sure.

“From what I’ve seen and heard Queensland have a few first timers and Victoria looks like they’ve got a lot of younger players.”

Fernance and Souths clubmatesLuke Witchard, Ben Hanlan, Simon Massey and goalkeeper Jacob Dearing retain their positions for NSW while fellow Lions player Darby Chalmers, 19, is set to debut for the defending champions.Uni 25-year-oldBennett is also flying the flag for the Hunter Coast Premier Hockey League.

“We got in yesterday [Wednesday] and trained this morning [Thursday] before everything gets underway,” Fernance, attending his 11thchampionships,said.“It’s a busy schedule.”

Souths’ Andrew Nash will line-up for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

NSW open their title defence against Victoria on Friday before meeting Western Australia on Saturday and Queensland on Sunday.

Preliminary round matches continue against ADFon Tuesday and hosts South Australia on Wednesday.

Semis and finals are scheduled next Friday (August 10) and Saturday (August 11).

In the women’s competition, Newcastle’s Bailie Wheatley, 18, will represent NSW at the Australian Country Championships, also taking place in Berri near the South Australian-Victorian border. The NSW women’s side follow the same draw as the NSW men.

AAP reports: A cool-as-a-cucumberHockeyroosoutfit has won through to the World Cup semi-finals after a tense sudden-death shootout against Argentina.

The quarter-finalmatch headed to penalties after finishing as a scoreless draw in regular time in London on Thursday (AEST).

Australian forward Brooke Peris stepped up to slot the winning goal past opposition goalkeeper Belen Succi to down the third-ranked Argentinians 4-3 in sudden-death.

“I just focused on what I needed to do,” Peris said.”She’s a very good goalkeeper. I had a plan in mind and I just did what I wanted to do.”

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