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(generated from captions) Be the hero of the 'hood with your McDonald's Happy Meal. Get a delicious crisp apple slices and a CalciYum milk. You'll even get to take home a super-cool character from the awesome new movie, 'Ice Age 4: Continental Drift'. (GIGGLING) (McDONALD'S THEME PLAYS) Gold for Australia - our first medal in London. our women's freestyle team picks up Full highlights and reaction. Solid opening - at his seventh Olympics. Andrew Hoy on track how he maintains his focus. He reveals to our Simon Reeve Cyber attack - pipelines in America. hackers undermine natural gas Why experts say it's just the start. And extreme lengths - who could have been killed we talk live to the woman in her quest for beauty. as Weekend Sunrise begins now. A bizarre obsession # Reach out for the sunrise BAND: (SINGS) to the big sky. # # Put your hands in this is Weekend Sunrise Live from Studio 52, and Andrew O'Keefe. with Samantha Armytage and welcome to the show. Good morning It's sort of Sunrise meets eye of the Tiger. The boys just like to experiment.

That That clock in our opening shot looks like a bit like Big Ben. If you squint and pretend you are in London. Have you Almost been killed in your queft for beauty, Sam Do you think I dedicate much time to I have beauty. No, I don't need to.

I've had bleach burns on my head. How long did that take to cure. you have to have a graft or How long did that take to cure. Did anything. Just a few little nasty scabs behind my ears. The Mystique has really gone, Jesse. That's disgusting. I plucked an eyebrow and it turned out it was attached to my brain. There was a woman who a bit of junk. There was a woman who has had quite Junk in the trunk. Sammy. That's an expression, isn't it? It is now. It may mean two different things. Just an hour ago in London - and the colour was gold. Australia picked up our first medal for our women And a new Olympic record in the 4 x 100m freestyle relay. for Steph Rice, The news wasn't as good quite emotional after the swim. who missed out on a medal and got from our all-star panel. Full insight throughout the show and Samantha Riley Michael Klim, Lisa Curry will be here in the studio. Lee knew gentlemen is the swimming coach. That last race That last race was something a bit special. It's always sweet when you snatch ones. The ones that you are not predicted to win, that's the problem with predictions. Everyone wants you to name what you are going to win and we didn't know we were going to wish that one if we were looking at paper. I paper.

paper. I , I think our strategies wish that one if we were looking at were good, we were able to rest three of our women from this so that paid off. It was a good win. three of our women from this morning A tough selection, Trickett versus the youngster. the youngster.? All relays selections are tough. There are some complication you have to consider with other teams and the way their athletes are going to swim their raises so the strategy is critical and you might need someone that can swim back faster in the second lap. That will create more pressure on a team. Tonight that worked for us. How crucial is it to get gold on night one and build momentum from I don't know about crucial, but it's there?

fantastic when you do. Today, you know, the - with all the pressure suppose was on Stephanie Rice, know, the - with all the pressure I coming here as a triple gold medalist, trying to defend her IM. She was struggling a little there with her preparation which is She was struggling a little bit understandable with the problems she has had with her shoulder but I think she put up a good fight tonight and I reckon our relay girls sort of fought on because of that. It was followed up with Alicia Couts in the 100 fly in the semi-final. She has positioned herself, our two men, Brenton and cit tan, tomorrow night, that race will ab cracker. What can you tell us about young Elmslie, she was the baby at 18 years of age. She swims like a person with an older head. I have watched her swim since she was 12 years old. She was on the age group teams I had when I was a youth coach. I was also impressed with the way she fought O she had a couple of years, 15 and 16 where she lost her way a little bit in swimming and then regained her enthusiasm, now training with Matthew Brown at brothers swimming

club. He has done a great job with her. She did everything we could ask of her today.

100m has done us proud this morning As you've just heard our women's 4 x winning gold. winning gold. 100m has done us proud this morning They broke the Olympic record? They did indeed. I think what Lee said at the beginning is the most important thing. They weren't important thing. said at the beginning is the most important thing.

predicted to win this one. The Netherlands have owned this race since Beijing pretty much. They were the heavy gold medal faifts the heavy gold medal faifts but since Beijing pretty much. They were Australia were facest in qualing for that final. They rested their Big Guns. Alicia Couts took it out, that final. They rested their three Kate Campbell and then Britney Elmslie stepped up. And it was Melanie Schlanger who brought it home in a great last leg for Australia to hold off The Netherlands. What a fantastic start all round. Australia in the last three opens have won a gold medal as Lee mention odd that first night of competition. So that's why this one was very important. It really do a lot for the psychology of the was very important. It really will camp I Yes, sweet victory indeed, but camp I think. jeerks you have to feel for jeerks you have to feel Stephanie Rice. She was emotional jeerks you have to feel for Yeah, I saw a little bit of that after her swim.

interview before. You do have to feel for her because she has had surgery on her shoulder last year. The expectations obviously that she was carrying, she reflected in that interview, very emotional. She finished 6th and did herself proud and her country as well. But the young girl, the 16-year-old Chinese girl who won that, yee she splashed the Olympic record and she will be a superstar at these games but well done to Steph, you know, she has done us proud and good on her. Indeed. As she said, she did her very best so what else can we expect. That's all you can do. There was some disappointment Sam Stosur on the tennis court. There was some disappointment for She was really struggled at

Wimbledon. This is a first round match that she was expected to win. She came into the Olympics competition as the fifth seed. Carla Suarez Navarro got the better of her, Sam won the first set, competition as the fifth seed. But

dropped the next two. It was 10-8 in the third. She will be bit early disappointed. I think coming into these Olympics, we pencilled Sam as a strong chance as a immediatist of some colour. Thank you, Simon, Aka Alf. We will talk to you later in the show. Now to Edwina Bartholomew who's been following the Queen's movements, after Her Majesty's starring role in the Opening Ceremony. Eddy, what's she been up to? Jesse, she is apparently delighted after her appearance as a bond girl has received such a great reception here in the UK. It was watched by 41 mill dwron people in the US, 26 million people here and she followed up her big night here with a trip to the Olympic presink this Monk. Toured the Olympic presink this Monk. the Olympic presink this the Olympic presink this morning. She climbed up that big sculpture that can you see, it that can you see, it was built by a mining imagine Nat here. She got a bird's eye here and went into the athletes village to meet with of the 150 competitors. But the athletes village to meet with some papers today were full of details about how that stunt with James Bond came about. It was filmed back in March with a cast and crew of around 100 at Buckingham Palace. They were her real corgis who took part. They had a starring role in procedures there but it was there but it wasn't the Queen who jumped out of the helicopter. That was reserved for a stunt man, Gary con ri who was dressed up in make-up and con ri who was dressed up in make-up and full costume. He was talking did about what a thrill it was. You could see the twinkle in the Queen's eye. She uses her sense of humour to ease of nerves of people around her. Gee, she is looking great, Her Majesty. Away from the Games - the crisis in Syria's largest city, Aleppo, is worsening as government troops launch an all-out attack on rebels. Opposition forces are fighting back, these pictures show fighters using an abandoned Syrian army tank to shoot at aircraft. Activists say the Assad regime's forces have been using choppers and tanks to flush rebels out. Elsewhere, protesters in Turkey have staged a rally against President Bashar al-Assad, There are growing fears the government could be planning a massacre in Aleppo. An Australian woman may face the death penalty in Malaysia after she was allegedly caught with one kilogram of meth amphetamine. The 34-year-old, from Melbourne, is due to face court in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday though she still hasn't been officially charged. A German tourist has spent the night in hospital after being mauled by a dingo on Queensland's Fraser Island. The 23-year-old had wandered away from his campsite and became disoriented before falling asleep on a walking track. It was then the animal bit him on the face, arms and legs. He's now in a stable condition. The Government is again being forced And an old building in New York has been demolished in a spectacular controlled implosion. More than 72 kilograms of explosives were used to bring down Saint Ann's Heritage Tower. The 19-storey structure was originally built to house the elderly, 40 years ago. It had to go to make way for a parking lot. They cleared out the elderly first, right? You would hope so. I am only guessing. Of course Andrew. Of course they did, Jesse, I am just being silly. You, silly, never. Read the emails. Ahead this morning - their dad wants to be America's next president. We meet the so-called Romney Five. But straight ahead - Richmond's heart-stopping loss to Carlton. We have the highlights. And James has your local weather, live from London. How are you liking the new car? Yeah, good, mate. Leather, sunroof, and if it ever gets written off, no matter how old it gets, GIO will replace it with a brand-new car. Wow. So, even in 12 years time... Oh, my back! (EXCLAIMS)

(BOOM!) (ALARM WAILS) ..still gonna get a brand-new car back. VOICEOVER: Take our GIO Platinum Car Insurance within a year of buying your brand-new car, and keep the cover to insure it new - for life. after their nail-biting and heart-breaking 4-point loss to Carlton, at the MCG. Dustin Martin kicked the Tigers to an early lead but the Blues refused to lie down. The match and the finals hopes of both sides all coming down to this Brock McLean classic, in the final minute. Moments like this just make you realise how special footy is. While on the Gold Coast, a knee injury to rising star Sam Reid slightly soured the Swans' 72-point trouncing of the Suns. Sydney easily outclassed the home side - the win elevating them a game clear at the top of the ladder. To NRL and Ben Barba has once again thrilled his growing fan base, racking up another hat-trick in the Bulldogs' 32-18 win over the Cowboys at ANZ Stadium. Matty Bowen and Jonathon Thurston kept the pressure on the ladder leaders but some more Barba brilliance COMMENTATOR: To Ben Barba. That's great. There's the icing. Manly came from nowhere to scrape home by two against the Warriors in Perth. New Zealand dominated early before a late Eagles surge in the last 10 minutes And Cronulla's finals hopes are in disarray, going down to the Panthers in controversial golden point time. Halfback Luke Walsh was the hero, slotting a field goal in the 82nd minute to take the match. The Sharks have booked a place in the super rugby grand final, out-gunning the Stormers to secure a 26-19 win in South Africa. They'll now travel to New Zealand to take on Sonny Bill's Chiefs next weekend. I feel like I'm in Antarctica at the moment, it's Howelling through here, the wind. JT got himself into a bit of trouble the Thames last night. I am not it will get any better? If you the Thames last night. I am not sure thought it was loud underneath Tower Bridge. The walk about Shep heard bush, we have just won gold. thought it was loud underneath the

This will be dangerous. Live TV at its best. I'm not going to try and talk to anyone just yet. I want to get through at least one weather before anything goes ? It's a good crowd. Tiffany and Sarah, Aussiess living in London. Explain what the walk about is like? It's a great place for all Aussies and key we and South Africans to hang out. No swear words yechlt sayer a we were all here watching the 4 x 100m, first gold medal winning performance, explain what it was like here? It like here? It was incredible, every time they gained a bit, we were gained a bit, we were screaming and screaming. We just jumped up and yelled. Do you want to say hello to anyone in Australia. Hi mum, I miss you Hi mum. See you soon, guys. Thank you, JT. Zbli don't think Tiffany is missing her mum quite that much at the moment. I think her mum seeing that is not missing Tiffany as much as she was ten minutes ago. There used to be Australians and kiwis together and the strins. We all stuck together from the southern hemisphere. I think if you threw a few Irish into the mix, there would be a real There would be a bit of swearing. party. It is just part of the language in Ireland. It just means good morning to you in Ireland. Yes Ireland. Yes yes we Yes yes Ireland. Yesterday, we had a Irishman square. And a dancer for chorus line, did a bit of a - ahead this morning, Ahead this morning - soccer's new superstars. I visit the club out to re-shape the world game. But next - how hospitals are bribing new mums to leave the ward early. And why Tony Windsor is vowing to mow down his foes. to get them out of hospital early. Today's 'Sunday Telegraph' says Sydney's Mater Hospital is giving women an exclusive stay at the Four Seasons if they agree to discharge prior to the completion of the standard care plan. Doctors call it a perverse cost-cutting move. Linda Silmalis is the paper's chief reporter. Good morning to you. I have heard of had a girlfriend of mine doing this before, if everything is OK, they let you go to a hotel mere by with a midwife. Just Ex explain the situation. Basically, if you have the baby and everything checks out OK, to clear the bed, they offer a champagne, buffet breakfast to stay in a luxury hotel in the private system. In public system, they will actually offer a midwife to go to your home. hotel in the private system. In the

But what is interesting, is that I know that had in the public system, if you don't agree to an early discharge, you don't get the midwife visit at all. So it's a bit of an all or nothing offer which is why the AMA is concerned that it's sort of pushing mothers out the door might not be ready. But if everything is OK, they of pushing mothers out the door that

obviously I wouldn't push someone hose baby was having any problems. I witnessed a friend of mine, she was going through the was going through the 'oh my God, what very greasy done. what very greasy done." They were quite pushy. They said you've got the offer, if you stay one more night, that's it. So, I think it was like for her first baby, it was quite confusing and that's what the AMA is concerned about I think it is tough when it is your first baby because you want as much care and as much hand holding as can you get in the first few days. After that, you get in the first few days. After that,... I think after that is fine. We have been offered that for our last two children. There was no pressure whatsoever. The offer is there, if you want to. But by all means don't feel like you have to take it. I think, it's difficult. You are being offered something a specific purpose. That's right. You are being offered something for

To then say that you are not offered that when you don't meet the conditions of that purpose, is I think going beyond a complaint to a whinge isn't it on the part of the AMA Yeah, I think so long as mothers aren't being pushed or feel they are forced, so long as it's aren't being pushed or feel like ultimately their choice. I think it's fine. Yes, World Trade it's fine. Yes, at home, we want to hear what you think of this one. Your experiences. Write in and let us know. Everyone has a different experience of course on this issue. Moving on and you've been chatting to Independent MP Tony Windsor who believes he's been betrayed? Yes, I spent a couple of days on his property this week. I learnt how to ride his mother. Did you? Almost landed in a pond. Yeah, well, look, he has represented that seat for almost - over 10 years. He thinks he has blazed the the independent ipds and he has thinks he has blazed the trail for New South Wales Independent, Richard the independent ipds and he has help Torbet. He sudden hi puts his hand up to run for the national party. He claims he never even got a call and they were kind of family friends and - so. Tony and Richard were family friends. Yeah, the elect rats overlap. He was the mayor, Richard. Yes, He was the mayor, Richard. Yes, as New South Wales Independent MP its xs the elect rats overlapped, Tony revealed that Richard had rung him just as early as February asking for advice on an issue. And then next thing he knows is he is running against him and so, yeah, it's the first time he has spoken about it. He is - disappointment is how you describe it. Yeah. It's a blood sport, politics. It will ab bitter battle. I if I were Tony Windsor, I would refuse to mow Richard's nature strip for a while. Tony said I went too close to the pond. Did you see how close he is doing. He cuts it fine. He did promise me if I did speak about this story not to mention his driving. All I will say is he will need a new flood light. The old one is The old one is flooded after you're vent. You can read all about that in the paper today. Thank you for coming in. I think he is quite a precision driver. Most farmers are. You should see my father on the drive O They could have the Windsor family on mother's at the Easter Show. As long as the blades were up. It could be a bit dangerous. A fish scoop on the way through Ahead this morning - the cyber attack we weren't told about. Wait until you hear what happened. Also coming up - the soccer team that accepts everyone. No exceptions. And why are there so many empty seats at the Olympic venues? Our live coverage of our golden night continues - right after this. Holden dealers are about to get a huge delivery of new vehicles, including new Colorados. So we're racing to make space in our showrooms. You'll get unbelievable deals on all floor stock during this massive sales event. Be quick and get the Commodore SV6 - ready to go from just $34,990. And if you're a small business, you can claim an accelerated $5,000 tax deduction on any new Holden. Holden's Race for Space is on now. You won't want to miss deals as good as these. by our women's 4 x 100m relay team, winning Australia's first gold in London this morning. Alicia Coutts, Cate Campbell, Britanny Elmslie and Melanie Schlanger came in ahead of the Netherlands and the US. And they broke the Olympic record. It's always sweet when you snatch one, the ones that you're not predicted to win. Disappointment for Stephanie Rice, though, who finished sixth in the 400 metre individual medley. Rice's compatriot Ryan Napoleon came last in his 400m freestyle final. While Queenslander Thomas Fraser-Holmes was seventh in the men's 400 metres individual medley final. Simon Reeve will have more results from London, in sport. The London Olympics has recorded its first failed drugs test on day one of competition. Albanian weightlifter Hysen Pulaku tested positive to the banned steroid stanozolol. It's always a sad day when a cheating athlete is caught. We hope there will be no more. Games officials expect to carry out 5,000 drug tests during the Games. The Queen has maintained her starring role at the London Olympics after stealing the show in the Opening Ceremony. During day one of the Games, Her Majesty visited competitors at the athletes village. Earlier she toured the aquatics venue as well as the Orbit sculpture inside Olympic Park. But the Queen was more interested in reaction to her role alongside 'James Bond' star Daniel Craig. You know, there won't be many film performances she will give. Whether she'll get an Oscar, I don't know. Some of our Aussie athletes also had a brush with royalty when they met Prince Charles at the start of the men's road race. Still overseas, a jeep carrying family members to a funeral has crashed in Nepal, killing 14 people and seriously injuring 2 others. The driver lost control and veered off a highway before plunging into a river. It's the same notorious stretch of road, west of the capital, Kathmandu, where dozens were killed in two separate bus crashes earlier this month. A Melbourne man is blaming the Federal Government's defunct home insulation scheme for a fire which gutted his family home. The blaze started in the roof near a downlight and spread though the home in minutes. Luckily the Rabbito family was out having dinner at their grandparents' house. They say dodgy batts are to blame. Instead of taking another half an hour to fix the job properly, just throw it on top of the lights, the insulation. No-one can see it. They don't care. The insulation scheme was scrapped in February 2010 after claims of dodgy work by unregulated operators. An equestrian centre in Far-North Queensland remains under quarantine after a horse tested positive to Hendra virus. Queensland Health says the health of five people is being monitored because they've been in direct contact with the sick horse. The animal was also around other horses but died before it was diagnosed. The desperate fight between a young wildebeest and an enormous crocodile has been caught on camera in Kenya. The wildebeest is dragged into the river as its mother watches on helplessly from the bank. Every July, more than 100,000 wildebeest can be seen crossing Kenya's Mara River during their annual migration. Unfortunately, not all of them make it. A cheery little story on a Sunday morning. A weld beast mauled. That was the biggest croc I have ever seen. But it's nature. That is what happens? # The circle of life. # You are so right. Now we cross live to the weld beast migration, happy. It's the aquack particular centre. You can't take your yoghurt into the aquatac. Do tell us though it's still pronounced Melbourny Schlanger though sth Thanks, Jess. First the shattering news about Sam Stosur. Many backed her for a medal in the tennis but she's been knocked out in the first round of her Olympic campaign. The number five seed went down in three sets to the 45th ranked Carla Suarez Navarro, from Spain. 38-year-old Stuart O'Grady was the best of the Aussies in the cycling behind winner Alexander Vinokourov. The 6-time Olympian tied for fifth in the 250 kilometre road race with Cadel Evans finishing back in the ruck. To the NRL and the Sharks have been denied victory in a controversial golden point showdown with Penrith.

The Panthers were awarded a scrum feed after their short kick-off found touch. opening the gates for a late Penrith try and field goal. COMMENTATOR: Back to Walsh. He has a crack and gets it! And the Warriors were left shattered after a miraculous Manly comeback in Perth. The Eagles came from 16 points down in the second half to take the match by two in the dying stages.

It was another thriller in the AFL with Carlton and Richmond both playing to keep their finals dreams alive. The sides exchanged the lead right throughout the match before Brock McLean's boot sealed an incredible win in the final minute. COMMENTATOR: Boy, oh, boy. It's gonna happen to Richmond again. On the Gold Coast, the Suns showed glimpses of promise in their showdown with the ladder-leading Swans.

But they were simply outclassed in the end - Sydney kicking 19 goals in their 72-point victory over the home side. From the windy Olympic Park, it's down to JT, still fighting his way through the walk about. Simon, doesn't it feel strange doing breakfast

breakfast TV at just after 10. breakfast TV at just after 10.30 at night. I'm hanging about at the Walk about hotel at Shepherd's Bush. This is the place you come to if you are doing the two year working Visa. We have got the Currie Currie crew here. What is the best thing about it The place is so noise, they name it twice. The place is so noise, they name it The place is so noise, they name The place is so noise, they The place is so The place is The place Is so nice, they name it twice.

Currie Currie has a few other famous twice. things. We have got a motorcross Ryder. Called Chad. - called Casey Stoner, we have got both of them. From Currie, Currie. Do you want to say hello to anyone. Hi, mum, hi dad, hi nan why. Come over here,

Come over here, Streaky Bay gets a mention. Just near Port Lincoln. Yes Have Yes How long have you been here? Since September last year. Hello to my mum and dad. You went - did you do go to an event today? No, you didn't. How do you feel about the events? It's really expensive so like a whole bat ol system. And it

whole bat ol system. And it was too whole bat ol system. And it was whole bat ol system. And whole bat ol system. whole bat ol whole bat It's really expensive so like It's really expensive so like ballot system. 80 pounds to go to the beach volumy ball which is around $ volumy ball which is around $10 ochlt the place to come and watch them is right here. We have got the big screen where we hear cheering on the Aussies. It has been a good night so far as we look at the national forecast.

Brisbane, Sydney, partly cloudy. Canberra's in for a frosty morning but becoming fine. for Melbourne. A few showers also for Hobart. Adelaide, a shower or two. Perth, fine and sunny. Darwin, partly cloudy.

Thank you so much to everyone from Australia who has come out tonight. If you are watching at home and you've got a relative or friend in London, you've still got a couple of hours, Shepherd's Bush walk about. Get them to come down and say hello to you guys at home. Is the Currie Currie of the Northern Territory. It's the home of Bundaberg rum outside It's the home of Bundaberg rum

outside Bundaberg. You know that from experience, Sammy. 1995, was there not. I was one of those girls. A few snakes in the Kane. In the sugarcane. I am with you. You know the upper crust members of owe site, the people of

site, the people of Currie Currie call it Currie kurra I. You have to go through Cundeltown. Wouldn't you like to live there? I think the Schlangers like to live there? I think the Schlangerers were from

Coming up - Samantha Riley, Lisa Curry and Michael Klim join us to talk day one results in the pool. Also this morning - she wanted to make her bottom bigger. Well, that certainly happened. Who wants to make their bottom bigger! Vanity Wonder will join us live to explain what went wrong. But next - the soccer team with a lesson for us all. Stand by for the true meaning of fairness.

the Olympic Games offer us a fine example of sportsmanship. But you can find an equally inspiring example every week here in Australia. We felt you should know about it. I'm Jordan. I'm turning 11 this year.

I play for the Sutherland Titans. I'm Adam. I'm eight and I play for the Sutherland Titans. I'm Jason Blackadder. I'm 21 and I play for the Titans FC. Meet the stars of Titans FC - the 26th club that makes up the Sutherland Shire Football Association in Sydney's South.

Its motto - soccer for all. We have Jordan de Nobrega and Adam Grabovac. Boys, you enjoying the club? It's really, really fun. What do you like most about the Titans, Jordan? All we do is play because we just want to have fun. It is competitive but I do like that we all strive to do the best we can.

Jordan and Adam are 1 of 80 players this season. What position are you? Striker. Really? Have you stuck any goals? Yeah. How many do you reckon you've got this season roughly? 50. Have you scored any goals or anything? I'm like the person who makes everything right and make sure everyone has a turn and my dad helps me on that.

Jordan's dad, Paulo, lives and breathes the sport. He can't sing enough praises for the club. What is it that the Titans bring to Jordan? I think that it is great that he is part of the team. I've been an advocate of the club they do such a good job for the kids and at the end of the day he gets to play and score a goal and a big smile on his face at the end of the game. That smile extends off the field for Ante's son Adam.

He learns interaction and friendship. He learns a lot of things other than football than the game itself. Adam is addicted he won't be leaving anytime soon, he loves watching the game, celebrations is a part of his game day. He told me he's been playing for 13 years (LAUGHS). As an 8-year-old he has... he is a veteran of 13 seasons. Titans FC is the mastermind of local couple with a special-needs child.

In its seventh year - its older grade even features some Olympic stars. Alright, two of the stars of the senior league, we have Jason and Raymond Blackadder - brothers, as you might have gathered. How are you guys? How long have you been in the Titans for? Three years. You love it? Love it all. I notice you're clutching an Australian jersey - you represented Australia.

Can you tell us about that? I went over to Athens and played for Australia for the Special Olympics. Fantastic. We came third out of three teams. Bronze medallists, you can't argue with that. I'm hoping to make the team in three years time and I'm hoping on going to Las Vegas. All this wouldn't be possible without the buddies - they guide junior players on the pitch.

Roe and George are two helpers. You come to the Titans in your spare time to help out. What does being a buddy do for you? It is extremely exciting. I guess there's no better way to spend Saturday afternoon with a bunch of kids who want to play soccer and also see the excitement in the kids' faces. They literally embrace you and they engage you to the point where they give you a high-five. Before you know it, they are your best friends. They remember what happened last week and it's usually something silly

and they remind you over and over and over. Sarah Burgess is in charge of briefing players before the game - opponents who are from the mainstream competition. As the oppositions are arriving with the coach present we give them just a bit of a briefing on the concept of football for all that the focus is on participation and fun. There's a lot of anxiety at the start of the game and that stresses the importance of having the briefing.

Some of them are quite hesitant but by the end of game they are walking away with smiles on their faces and getting a lot out of it. The occupational therapist wants to see the Titans FC model expand. Football NSW is wanting to broaden this banner of football for all, state-wide and nationally as well. Club president Matt Brady believes money is the key to future success.

We've grown massively this year from about 38 players last year to about 80. We've capped the numbers this year. Titans FC are kicking goals. From the President to the helpers they have listened and they are willing to listen and make it better. Being involved in the sport for 20 years as a player and a coach,

these guys have been really great. But Jordan and Adam aren't getting too big for their boots. Hope you guys one day will play for the Socceroos. Not that we're not good. Don't get too far ahead of yourself. Before I leave - there's just one thing I have to do... Ok, Titans we've got a new player and his name is Andrew so let's give him a round of applause, OK? Yeah.

Now I'm an honorary member of the team. Or am I? No, no, no!

It's such a terrific club. One of the things, - the thing that really struck me about it I sporks whilst the kids get so much out of it, the parents, the Buddies, the other teams that play against them also get a lot out of it. But those Buddies are terrific. Their parents of kids from other clubs so you know, they spend every week

know, they spend every week seeing their own kids play and then they spend another day a week helping these kids. It's so rewarding. I think the thing is when you kids, you just want to be happy. To see your kids out there having such a great time on is when you kids, you just want them

the footy field. It's fantastic and they play the bye round every round every week so the team that has the bye plays Sutherland FC has the bye plays Sutherland FC so they

they are giving up their week off as well. It's a fantastic effort to make that club a reality. well. It's a fantastic community Aren't they funny kids. I was laughing all day. They are just beautiful kids They were laughing all day. Laughing at me all Don't get ahead of yourself, Andrew. Laughing at me all day. in Malaysia? Jess has more on that shortly.

Plus, why security experts fear a digital 9/11. We'll explain what that means. And Australia's first gold in the pool. We have reaction - live from London.

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Does it make you want to open a bot of bondy and get down to Shepherd's Bush. If I hear the down under song, that gets

gets me on the dance floor. Australia has picked up its first gold medal at the Lond Games in the women's 4 x 100m freestyle relay. Simon Reeve is our Olympics guru in London. Simon, what an incredible result for Australia. Fantastic, Andrew. Just a couple of hours ago, it was the girls, they weren't necessarily expected to win this gold medal. But look, if I was a parent, I would be pretty happy right now.

right now. Pretty priested and two of them we have got this is Jenny ander yick Campbell who are Cate's very, very proud parents I'm sure. How was that in there? Um, pretty special. It was just so lovely to see the girls swim, each of them brilliant swims and just lovely to see Cate happy and looking relaxed. That was very special. I mean, really, The

I mean, really, The Netherlands where the preraise favourites for this. So this is a huge bonus, isn't it Yes, Simon it is. Sort of in the

prerace sort of stats, yes, they were there but tonight, Australia just came through and everyone on the team put in the extra bit you know, and Mel right on the last leg, she pulled out a beauty. I can hardly speak now. You can hear my voice. It was fantastic.

That's right. Because in that last voice. It was fantastic. leg with Melanie swimming, they were surging at her but she was spurp in holding them off. It was - it was just beautiful to watch. Everyone just competed and I think this think this is is what they were bompb to do. It was their night tonight and Olympic record. I mean, go figure. How good is that, you know. Just tell us briefly a little bit of your story. You have come

your story. You have come across from Malawi and settled in Queensland. What has that journ knee been like as well? It is been a good journey. We love Mal which. It's part of our journey to come across with us. A lot of our friends are now in the UK, so it's wonderful to catch up with them. To

start life start life again, swimming was wonderful to catch up with them. To of the things we put the kids into so we can make friends. So look start life again, swimming was one

where we are now. It is a wonderful, wonderful result. Congratulations to both of you. I am sure you are extremely proud. There is more to come. There certainly is. Cate is up on Wednesday for the 100 free and then Kate and Bronte in the 50s and they have drawn in the

have drawn in the heats, with ter ease from Sweden in the middle. So, at least she will be able to sort of keep the girls on track and hope think they get through the semifinals and one stretch at a time and hope for the finals and we will see what happens. Thank you so much for coming up Thank you so much for coming up and during the cold as well. Go and get warm and get your voices back and enjoy the rest of the evening. We are. We are just

We are. We are just going to enjoy the moment. Thank you so much. Thank you for talking with us. OK. Back to you guys. They are gorgeous girls, the Campbell girls. Are they? Very talented. Another great story of ill gracious. Another great story of ill Another great story of Another great Store immigration. And a reminder that we'll be joined live in the studio shortly by Michael Klim, Samantha Riley and Lisa Curry.

That's our all star panel to talk results from the pool. But first, let's get those results. Here's Jess. The big news from London this morning of course is our gold medal in the pool. But there's been plenty happening out of the pool as well. Edwina Bartholomew is there for us. And Eddie, the men's cycling race has caused somewhat of a spat involving Australia. What's happened? Qulr Yes mark Cavendish, who Great

Britain expected to win this race, he has lashed out at Australian Yes mark Cavendish, who Great

competitor saying they " competitor saying they "raced negatively" he believes that Cadel Evans, Stuart O'Grady in the team, wanted to see Great Britain lose this race and they are the victims of their own success. It sounds a bit like sour grapes to me after being beaten

being beaten by Kazakhstan. The biggest thing to happen there since Borat I think. The Aussie guys didn't get any medals, but they did get to Prince Charles and Camilla, medals, but they did get to meet royals are getting out and about. Prince Charles and Camilla, the This is right on their doorstep for the royals. They popped into the beginning of the road race which is down the Mal of course which is just near Buckingham Palace. They met with some of our athletes.

with some of our athletes. Including Melissa. They gave them some advice. Their event is being held in the Serpentine which is the Lake which runs through Hyde Park. He told them that they should gargle with some anti septic after the race. Our young Archer said it was an highlight and a welcome distraction from competition coming up I bet it was. Now, everyone from competition coming up soon.

I bet it was. Now, everyone has an opinion on the opening ceremony. What is the verdict? It has been an absolute high here in London today. Everyone thought it was splendidly British and Danny Boyle did an incredible job. Lord of rings, he is being Haled was splendidly British and that

here and certainly the Queen's appearance dangling from that helicopter, well, a dummy dangling from the

from the helicopter. That was stunt man who played the role of the Queen there in full make-up and hair as well. He was on TV today talking up his role in what was an incredible event but certainly the papers here. It has been a sub editor's dream. Night of wonders. Fabulous, wow. Flaming fantastic to borrow a phrase from Alf Stewart there, they loved it. It was wow.

It was wow. Now. JT was pretty keen to get along to the volumy ball but we are hearing that many of the Olympic venues have been empty today. What is going on? Surprise, surprise there about JT's movements over the next week or so. Many of the seats have been empty. Although they have sold more tickets for this games than any other before hand, what has happened is and there has been an official investigation,

is that many of the sponsors and VIP its haven't turned up. Of course, has been an official investigation,

their seats are prime position right down where all the TV cameras can see them. Even though the cheap seats at the back have been filled, those seats haven't those seats haven't be. Seb co-has given the sponsors 24 hours or they will be named and shamed that they haven't come forward to fill those seats. I saw Piers Morgan tweet

before that it was a national disgrace. There are so seats. I saw Piers Morgan tweet

disgrace. There are so many people here who want to go to events here who want to go to events and missed out. Thank you, Eddy. Telstra Thank you, Eddy. Thank you, Eddy Australia's Chef de Mission has defended the behaviour of the Australian team during the Olympics Opening Ceremony. Some critics took to social media accusing our athletes of being drunk and too rowdy. The athletes had fun, absolutely, they were on a high.

I'm happy for the athletes to manage what they do as a team. What was really clear as a team they were all bonding together. Some of the Australians were apparently seen climbing over barriers. A man is in a critical condition after he was king hit outside a hotel in central Melbourne's last night. The 32-year-old suffered head injuries in the attack on Spencer Street just after 4am.

Police have arrested a 37-year-old South Australian man. An Australian woman may be sentenced to death in Malaysia after she was allegedly caught with one kilogram of meth amphetamine. The 34-year-old, from Melbourne, is due to face court in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday though she still hasn't been officially charged. The Government is again being forced to defend its handling of asylum seekers

after Seven News revealed a large jump in the number of children arriving here illegally. Figures from the Immigration Department show the number of minors coming by boat has grown from 78 four years ago to 1,362. The Opposition blames Labor for abolishing temporary protection visas but the Immigration Minister disagrees.

Our experience is that temporary protection visas see the number of people arriving by boat go up, as well as families by boat go up. The Liberals say it's more evidence Australia should bring back John Howard's border protection policies. And 7,000 fun-runners in the Philippines have run for their lives from a zombie attack. They completed 5 kilometre obstacle course at twilight and had to avoid some 300 actors dressed as the walking dead

along the way. Organisers say the event is for people who want to stay fit but who don't think regular fun runs are fun enough. Being dead is no excuse not to stay fit. That was the Philippines. Kev, have you ever done the zombie run. No, but I am signed up for one in October.

That's our Kev, our drummer who has

October. signed up to be a zombie. He will be a zombie. Simon will be there any zombies over there. I think I preferred the weld beast migration before. It's migration before. Getting colder here.

Carlton has moved within one point of the top eight after a dramatic win against Richmond at the MCG. The Tigers led by 13 with 10 minutes to go but it was an unlikely hero in Brock McLean who kicked the Blues into finals contention in the final minute. COMMENTATOR: Boy, oh, boy. It's gonna happen to Richmond again! And the Swans are now clear competition leaders after thumping the Suns at the Gold Coast. Injury forced Sam Reid from the field early but it had little effect with Sydney kicking their way to a 72-point win.

Perth fans got their money's worth overnight with the Eagles and Warriors match going down to the wire. A New Zealand win looked certain when Manu Vatuvei crossed to make it 22-6. But two tries in the final 10 minutes tied up the scores before Jamie Lyon made it 24-22 in spectacular fashion. COMMENTATOR: And he splits the uprights. Canterbury is closing in on the minor premiership,

too good for an in-form Cowboys outfit at ANZ overnight. In a match built up as the showdown between the two Queensland fullbacks, the Dogs' Ben Barba went over three times to take his team to a 32-18 win. And the Sharks will play the Chiefs in next weekend's super rugby grand final after grinding out a tough win against the Stormers in Cape Town.

Now to JT and today's weather. Yeah, good morning, Simon or good evening, good morning everyone back home in Australia. Shepherd's Bush, the walk about. This place is full of Aussies who are all here to see Australia win our first gold medal and everyone is celebrating

accordingly. A big thank you for everyone who has brought and everyone is celebrating

What an inspiring performance our Aussie

Aussie girls put on today. It has kind of inspired me. I've got a big crowd. At the moment they seem to be quite warm towards me so I'm not much of a singer but I thought I would live out a bit after lifelong dream here. Behind me we have got a band. These guys have been playing throughout the ad breaks so. 1, 2, 3 will.

# I'm the voice and make it clear

# # Oi, oi, oi.

# We are not going to sit in silence # We're not going to live in fear. That is terrific, JT. You are the voice. Yeah, the voice of

Yeah, the voice of Fozzi bear. Sorry about that. I am sorry. I am so sorry. I think you just realised your dream. They love it. Thank you, mate. Beautiful. I am not sure about the song choice. Maybe work up the Shepherd's Bush city limits for next time. Security experts are warning

we could be on the brink of a digital 9/11. Details have emerged of a group of hackers who successfully penetrated the networks of several natural gas pipeline operators in the US. The campaign lasted three months before it was discovered. So how safe are we? Technology expert Seamus Byrne and foreign affairs editor Keith Suter are here to discuss the threat. Good morning. First to you Seamus, how would you describe cyber terrorism? I mean, effectively

I mean, effectively it's part of the basic picture of what terrorism act is about, trying to change the way people do things and induce some kind of fear but in this case it's about doing it through digital systems. Getting into the back end of some kind of major of some kind of major sfrur is the key of some kind of major sfrur is the of some kind of major sfrur is of some kind of major sfrur of some kind of major of some kind of major sfrur here, not only stealing things but affecting things in the real world. Disrupting the operation of civil society.

Everything is run by computers these society. days. What sort of an impact could a super terrorist have. You are seeing this impact with regard to pipelines. We see relating to Power grids, the virus a few years ago was actually a regard to pipelines. We see things

targeted attack on Iran an centres. The same sort of thing targeted attack on Iran an numb

could attack research except terse. centres. The same sort of thing Keith, the former head of cyber safety for the FBI says it will take an attack of 9/11 proportions before people take cyber terrorism seriously. Do you agree? Well, I think that people are certainly aware of it. But you to bear in mind, when the Internet was created rchings it was done to certainly aware of it. But you have

assist the

assist the American military and to assist academics to talk amongst themselves. What we are now doing it for personal banking, commercial purposes, sharing of movies et cetera and yet we never designed it for that purpose. So there is a fundamental flaw I think within the Internet, in the sense that it started as a small system and we have built so much on too much it. Secondly is the doubling Power of computer every 18 months

computer every 18 months or two years. Are in a sense, the Internet changes everything and we are still limping behind trying to keep up with it. Meanwhile of course. Rks you've got 11-year-old Russian kids who have yet to discover the pleasure of girls and the mafia moved in and shame us has just said, you've got in a sense, behind the scenes wars going on between governments and terrorist groups, so, I think this fellow is quite right

right from the FBI saying it will take a take a1 just to tlor owely shake us up. I think most of the politician say I don't understand computers. Therefore they don't try to get their heads around the issues. What are the most likely sources? The traditional al-Qaeda groups, style groups moving towards this sort of sort of terrorism. ? We

We know that. We try to monitor what goes on with al-Qaeda. We know they are using the interest net as a way of getting recruits and educating them. We had on that program a few months ago, a story about how al-Qaeda is actually using the Internet just simply to encourage Australians to set light and have bushfires so we know they are already using that purpose. We have had this war behind the

had this war behind the scenes attacks on the Iran an facilities and of course the Chinese, and the Americans behind the scenes are conducting their own struggles already but it hasn't come out into the open. I think that's what that FBI fellow is saying. It takes us a very dramatic, closure of all the electric troning infrastructure or something like that or the water or sourdge system, something like that and suddenly we will say yes, we

and suddenly we will say yes, we have to do something. Ncht See must, one imagines the gone, the FBI, the intelligence services have some of the crack IT See must, one imagines the pent

experts in the world who design very complex systems that would be very hard to crack and very complex security systems around the systems. Yeah.

Two things, am I right about that. Number one two are for the more, Yeah.

civil such as infrastructure, electricity, water, gas et cetera, do you have to be that clever to design the system. Like unfortunately, there is always the human factor. This is the biggest thing that any very smart piece of security with computers, there is always

there is always an element of human interaction which means that can often be the weak point. In the case of this sort of Iran an attack of this sort of Iran an attack, they

worked out how to write the virus, where technically they set up things called air gaps, this is not on the Internet but they set the up that it meant that it would transmit by the USB sticks. That's not an old disc. Well,

Well, actually it can. So there am always be that human factor which means that someone can cause the weak link. When it comes to wider public infrastructure, I think we do see so many small incidence these days. It's ultimately about risk mitigation. We know that people in public, we all know we should back up our computers. Most people don't bother doing it until they lose their

their family photos. So I think that's the key thing. You can only protect yourself so far and unfortunately, so far isn't going to be perfect and one day someone will be able to get through that. So what will this cyber So what will this cyber11 look like Original the original Original the original11 was something we couldn't predict. The guy who was leaving President

guy who was leaving President Bush about al-Qaeda, was killed in the world trade tour, if world trade tour, if11 occurs, it will be something we can't predict. It will be any sort of human element that can take place in this. We will have no way of knowing. If you want to really get your head around this issue, watch more Hollywood movies. It seems to me that directors are more across this issue than our

more across this issue than our politicians. If they manage to shutdown the electricity grid. We are stuffed. That's so. It could be something as a submarine going and genuinely slicing a major optical cable

between continue between continents, a real attack on that kind of a cable could have an impact on people's daily life. I watched a documentary on Y2K, there was a

there was a voice over, that said " there was a voice over, that said "and then the looting begins." Faster fiing. I am just looking around to see what we can take. A pink footy. You have have the Parramatta Eels jumper. Thank you, see must and Keith. We have some news just in. Our newsroom is working to confirm reports of three people dead in Sydney's west. At this stage, police will only confirm

what they call a significant incident at St Johns Park When we have more details. We'll bring them to you. Coming up - their dad wants to be president. We meet the Romney Five. Also ahead - some true Aussie legends of the stage. They share some tales with Nelson Aspen.

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before the break. Police say a major incident has happened at St Johns Park in Sydney's west. We have reports of three people dead but we can't yet confirm that. A man is in custody. More at 8:30.

It's been a great start to the Olympics for Australia with gold and an Olympic record in the women's 100m freestyle relay. But Stephanie Rice sadly missed out on a medal in the 400 metre medley. To go through a busy first day of the Olympics Michael Klim, Sam Riley and Lisa Curry. Thanks to all of you for joining us. Now of course, the big story of the day

is that gold medal of Australia in the relay. Let's take a quick look. Melanie Schlanger is in front for Australia. Australia. She is holding on. They are trying to get to her. She can't Melanie Schlanger is in front for

get her. Melanie Schlanger wins gold. Melanie Schlanger brings it home. Gold for Australia. And an Olympic record.

It was great that Schlanger could hold on. It was great that Schlanger could hold on. hold on. A huge achievement and It was great that Schlanger could totally unexpected. I Melbourne no got straight out of the pool to congratulate her team mates and I think they all look aid round, to say, should you be out of to say, should you be out of the pool. But an amazing swim. You have to stay in the pool until everyone is everyone is finished. That would make race. The Netherlands were the favourite to win that event, it was so good to see the Australians win gold see the Australians win gold medal on the first night. The last swimmer had finished by the time she got out of the pool. Is that to stop them bombing the other people. The girls have got disqualified for that,

that, with the them jumping out of the pool. Cate Campbell, I think she split like 50. It's all - she will be a force to be reckoned with. The Dutch girl in the last leg, just came out of know where. I wouldn't be surprise if she swam a 50 pint 9. The Dutch girl will be the favourite for the individual but the girls have have stolen the thunder from the boys. The 4 times 100 times. If the girls weren't expected to win this and got gold, will that build morale through the whole team? I think it does. You generally have a team meeting before you go out to the event each night. Sometimes it just takes a gold medal to get everyone on a roll and to lift the team. It It also shows that the Australians can come out and can beat the Americans. They can beat the Chinese. In these Olympics and in any Olympics you should never under estimate with anybody. We saw that with Michael Phelps, he is not used to swimming from lane 8 and it just goes to show, anything is possible. I thought it may have been a re-enactment from 1998. There was disappointment for Stephanie Rice who finished sixth in the 400m medley but China's Ye Shiwen broke the world record in the same race. Let's take a look. Coming home well is Ye from kheeuchb as well. She goes in and she breaks it. That last 100 split was

That last 100 split was absolutely phenomenal. She is absolutely blitzed it home to break the blitzed it home to break the world record. Obviously I wanted to do like the best job I could and that was the best I had tonight and I am sorry I am so emotion Al but it has such been such a tough preparation. would have loved to have done better been such a tough preparation. I especially for Australia and everyone who has helped me along. It has been such a tough journey. I hope I hope I haven't disappointed Poor Steph. That's terrible to Poor Steph. That's terrible to watch that. hope I haven't disappointed anyone.

I think she has every right to be emotional. It's the biggest thing in her life. She is defending a title. There is so much individual focus on Steph and a couple of the swimmers but they have in some ways the over inflated hopes of all Australians rideling on them. Having obviously won the event before, and before, and being the defending champion, you kind of that expectation is even greater. She has been so - in the lead up, she has been getting better and better. Everyone expected her to step up. What do you think went wrong for her She is in the hardest event ever. It takes everyone ounce of energy just to finish that race. She had a fantastic first half of the race. The American The American girl and The American girl and the Chinese were better on the day. She is 16. She has swum an amazing last half of the raise. She was no there in the first 100. But the 400IM is a race where the lead can change several times. Steph was up there. She has to give herself some credit. To back up twice in one day for 400IM is hard. It's interest to go see some It's interest to go see some word records in the new suits. Jugs before we wrap, Jugs before we Jugs before records in the new suits. records in the new suits just before we wrap, has Steph got another chance. It's really great to see skin on swimmers again. Especially on the men. It's always good to see skin on men.

Isn't that fabulous to not have those suits around? Yeah, yeah. It's It's funny how we are comparing the

world records to the tech tile versus the non-textile suits. Stephanie better get back to camp and have a big bowel of Sunrise. and have a big bowel of and have a big bowel and have a big and have a and have a a big bowl of Sunrise. The latest news and weather is just minutes away. Also coming up - she wanted a bigger bottom but got so much more.

We'll be joined live by the woman who made global headlines. But next - Adam Spencer delivers some long-awaited news. You're with Weekend Sunrise live on Seven. Michael Klim can't believe it!

Making news this week.. A huge honour for Capitals superstar Lauren

A huge honour for Capitals superstar Lauren

Jackson.. who carried the Aussie flag at the Olympic opening ceremony. A 69 year old man was charged with murder.. after

his neighbour was stabbed to death in Red Hill. his neighbour was stabbed to death in Red Hill. A snowboarder died after he slammed into a tree on a tricky run at Thredbo. run at Thredbo.

An ADFA cadet.. who was cleared of filming a woman in the shower.. will fight for compensation. A win for our disabled.. with the ACT chosen as one of 3

launch sites for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Workers at Bloc sites downed tools on Monday.. as a sign of respect for Ben Catanzariti.. who was killed in a worksite accident. A program that helps hundreds of ACT prisoners with drug and alcohol problems will be axed in September.. as federal cash

dries up. And about a dozen tradies from 2 Canberra Lend Lease sites went on a 2 day strike.. over a pay dispute. Lease sites went on a 2 day strike.. over a pay dispute.

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Police have confirmed a man is in their custody after a siege in Sydney's west this morning. A man, allegedly armed with a knife, is understood to have been tasered by officers

at a home on Melbourne Road, in St John's Park. There are reports up to three people are dead, though police are yet to confirm this. To the Games and the parents of one of our golden girls of the pool have told Weekend Sunrise how incredibly proud they are. Alicia Coutts, Cate Campbell, Brittany Elmslie and Melanie Schlanger won the 4 x 100 metre relay this morning. It's Australia's first gold medal. It was just so lovely to see the girls swim so well and lovely to see Kate so happy and looking relaxed, very special. Disappointment for Stephanie Rice, though, who finished sixth in the 400 metre individual medley. Rice's compatriot Ryan Napoleon came last in his 400m freestyle final. While Queenslander Thomas Fraser-Holmes was seventh

in the men's 400 metres individual medley final. Simon Reeve will have more results from London, in sport. The crisis in Syria's largest city, Aleppo, is worsening as government troops launch an all-out attack on rebels. Opposition forces are fighting back, these pictures show fighters using an abandoned Syrian army tank to shoot at aircraft. Activists say

the Assad regime's forces have been using choppers and tanks to flush rebels out. Elsewhere, protesters in Turkey have staged a rally against President Bashar al-Assad, demanding an end to the violence. There are growing fears the government could be planning a massacre in Aleppo. A German tourist has spent the night in hospital after being mauled by a dingo on Queensland's Fraser Island. The 23-year-old had wandered away from his campsite and became disoriented before falling asleep on a walking track. It was then the animal bit him on the face, arms and legs. He's now in a stable condition. Hi, Simon. Hello, Jesse. Thank you very much. Updating sport and in the rowing, Sarah Tait and Kate Hornsey have progressed to the finals after a stunning victory in their heat. The men didn't fair as well - Beijing gold medallists Scott Brennan and David Crawshay failed to automatically qualify in the men's double sculls. While in the equestrian, triple gold medallist Andrew Hoy was the best of the Aussies, finishing the day's dressing phase in fourth place.

To the AFL and Carlton is within one point of the top eight after a dramatic win over Richmond at the MCG. And in the Gold Coast - the Swans kicked 19 goals to thump the Suns 126-54. Bulldogs fullback Ben Barba has dazzled the Cowboys defence scoring a hat-trick to take his side to their ninth successive win. While Jamie Lyon capped off a miraculous Manly comeback against the Warriors, converting a penalty in the dying stages to win by two. We will be talk to go and dwru Hoy in just a movement. Simon, Simon, this is quite inconvenient. We are just - we are in the middle of a dance at the moment. I guess, difficulty mean, I guess we can stop. I will just try and through here. We stop. I will just try and squeeze through here. We are through. We have got some signs. Who would you like to - do you want to name your mum. Name your mum. Kathy. Hi, Kathy.

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