Young Demon likened to Hawks champion


Melbourne youngster Kysaiah Pickett will look to build on a promising debut season that saw him boot seven goals in 14 games.

Pickett was selected by the Demons with pick No.13 in the 2019 draft and looks to be an exciting prospect, endearing himself to Dees fans with his speed and manic tackling pressure inside 50.

The 19-year-old small forward will look to follow in the footsteps of his uncle Byron Pickett – a Port Adelaide premiership player and Norm Smith Medallist in the 2004 Grand Final.

Speaking on SEN Drive, former Demon and Hawthorn champion Jordan Lewis likened Pickett to a Hawks premiership teammate.

“There’s some players that are standing out, most notably their young drafted kids in Luke Jackson and Kozzie Pickett,” Lewis said.

“I’m always wary to compare young players, I don’t necessarily jump the gun, but what I’ve seen with Kozzie Pickett reminds me of a player that I’ve played a lot of footy with.

“One C.Rioli. He’s tearing the training track apart to be honest.

“He’s doing stuff up the field that I haven’t seen since Rioli.”

Melbourne will fine tune their preparations for the 2021 season with two pre-season matches against Fremantle on February 26 and North Melbourne on March 7.





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Who is Amanda Gorman, the young poet who stole the show at Joe Biden’s inauguration?



Amanda Gorman has become the youngest ever poet to recite at a presidential inauguration in the United States, after delivering her powerful poem ‘The Hill We Climb’ at Joe Biden’s ceremony early on Thursday. 

The 22-year-old from Los Angeles became just the sixth poet to recite at an inauguration ceremony, following in the footsteps of Maya Angelou and Robert Frost. 

“We, the successors of a country and a time where a skinny Black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one,” Ms Gorman said during her recital.

Her poem struck an optimistic tone on the back of violent riots and racial injustice in the United States, as well as the coronavirus pandemic.

“When day comes, we step out of the shade aflame and unafraid. The new dawn blooms as we free it. For there is always light. If only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it,” she said.

Ms Gorman became the first ever national youth poet laureate in 2017. 

Ms Gorman gave the recital after First Lady Jill Biden saw one of her readings given at the Library of Congress in 2017 and invited her to participate at the Capitol steps.

Her performance touched on the themes of national unity and healing of divisions which were present throughout the inauguration. 

Ms Gorman’s piece alluded to the Capitol Hill riots at the violence that engulfed Washington DC earlier this month. 

“I wasn’t trying to write something in which those events were painted as an irregularity or different from an America that I know,” she told the Los Angeles Times.

“America is messy. It’s still in its early development of all that we can become. And I have to recognise that in the poem. I can’t ignore that or erase it. And so, I crafted an inaugural poem that recognises these scars and these wounds. Hopefully, it will move us toward healing them.”



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Young Eagle ready to “take over that forward line”


West Coast star defender Brad Sheppard is excited about what the future holds for Oscar Allen.

Allen has now played 38 games for the Eagles including 15 in 2020, kicking the 18 goals as the third tall option inside 50 and backup ruckman.

With Josh Kennedy in the twilight of his career, Sheppard sees the 21-year-old as a player on the cusp of becoming the new face of the West Coast forward line.

“He’s really just biding his time to take over that forward line,” Sheppard told SEN Drive.

“He’s come back in really good shape. He seems a big unit at the moment, he’s a monster. We had our 2km time trial when we first got back and he was in the first half dozen, so he’s got a motor on him as well.

“He’s shaping up to have a really good year. He’s still in that phase of his career where he’s learning from Josh Kennedy and Jack Darling.

“Whether it’s this year or the year after, he’s going to be our number one target up forward, he’s such a presence and I’m really excited to see the development of Oscar.”

One of West Coast’s key additions in the trade period was Brisbane defender Alex Witherden.

Sheppard is now looking forward to training with him following his 14 days of quarantine.

“I’ve only seen him for a couple of sessions because he was in quarantine for a couple of weeks,” he said.

“For the minimal time I’ve got to see him, he moves well, he’s got a really good kick on him and he’s a really good decision maker.

“He’s going to fit in really well in our back six or seven, we probably need someone like him in our backline.

“It was a handy addition to pick him up.”





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Young Tigers need to be pushed: Tamou


James Tamou hasn’t been given the official role as Wests Tigers captain yet but said the young side needs a push to break an NRL finals drought in 2021.

The former Penrith skipper is favourite to be given the reins before round one after making an immediate impact over the pre-season.

And after the Tigers failed to make the finals for the ninth year in a row in 2020, it will take a mighty boost to get the side into the top eight.

“Most of these younger guys will sort of be going through the ebbs and flows but to go to the next level you sometimes need an extra push,” he said on Friday.

“These guys, some of them are stronger than me, quicker than me, this younger generation is just getting better so it’s about letting them build that confidence.”

The Tigers have shed Josh Reynolds, Josh Aloiai, Chris Lawrence and Benji Marshall for this year, meaning the former Australia and NSW prop is easily the most experienced player in the group.

Having won a premiership with North Queensland in 2015 and helping the Panthers to the grand final last season, his knowledge will be essential to the Tigers who are desperate for success.

One such player is David Nofoaluma, who re-signed with the club on Thursday for four years despite interest from rival NRL clubs.

Last season he was named Dally M winger of the year but the 27-year-old is aiming at higher honours.

“I want to go to another level,” he said.

“I have high hopes of playing for NSW, that’s something that’s on the radar this season so I’m just going to keep improving on myself this season and hopefully get that opportunity.”

Tigers coach Michael Maguire changed the backline regularly last season but Nofoaluma is hoping a steady centre partner in James Roberts will give them both their best chance of success.

“I’ve still got to improve on some things but I’m just glad I’m working with the players I’ve got here now,” he said.

“It was a bit hard last year with the players changing around, so there’s a bit of a solid team now where I can work on the combinations with the players around me.

“If I was coming up against myself and Jimmy I’d be a bit worried.”



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Young and old get Sixers home in BBL


Steve O’Keefe spun back the clock before Josh Philippe’s youthful hitting helped the Sydney Sixers to a rain-affected five-wicket win over the Sydney Thunder in the BBL.

O’Keefe claimed career-best figures of 3-15 to help restrict the Thunder to 6-166, turning the game on its head after the Thunder exploded out of the blocks.

Philippe then took the game on with the bat, his 36-ball 64 helping the Sixers home with eight balls to spare after the target was reduced to 129 from 14 overs.

The win moved the Sixers six points clear of the Thunder at the top, going a long way to ensuring a top-two finish.

Philippe again provided the highlight in Canberra with the fastest half-century of his career on Wednesday night.

The 23-year-old cleared the Manuka Oval rope twice and hit seven boundaries, taking 23 off the second over of the innings from Jono Cook to give the Sixers control.

By the time Philippe went, the Sixers needed just one to win, with Dan Christian bludgeoning 15 from five balls including a big six over cover off Nathan McAndrew at the other end.

“I think the little bit of rain made the ball skid on a little bit more early,” Phiilippe said.

“I felt like in the first few balls that I was just going to be really positive.

“Especially bowling the spin early to me I’ll back myself to try to score really fast and play my shots against them as well.”

The innings put Philippe on top of the run-scoring charts, going past Alex Hales who had only claimed the golden hat in the Thunder’s first innings.

Hales earlier smashed 54 from 33 at the start of the night, with the Englishman’s strike-rate in the BBL now at 163.13.

That remains the highest of any player with more than 200 runs, with his record coming despite two golden ducks early in the campaign.

“I know he didn’t start as well as he would have liked but certainly he has found his straps,” Thunder captain Callum Ferguson said.

“Consistency has been so important and so impressive over the last two seasons with the Thunder.

“He does give the team a lot of confidence.”

But when Hales and Sam Billings both fell on the boundary off the same O’Keefe over, the Thunder stumbled through a five-over block scoring just 3-21.

O’Keefe’s figures were the best of his 94-game Twenty20 career and came during a season in which the former Test spinner is playing only the BBL after losing his state contract.

He also removed Alex Ross lbw when he tried to sweep, with only Daniel Sams’ unbeaten 50 from 37 balls helping the Thunder to a competitive score.

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The group of young Crows impressing in pre-season


Brodie Smith has identified a quartet of Adelaide youngsters who have stood out during pre-season training.

The experienced half-back, who signed a three-year deal on Monday, picked out four young Crows who are impressing on the track and in the gym this summer.

Smith opened with talented forward Darcy Fogarty who is entering his fourth season in the AFL.

“He’s looking amazing,” he said on SEN Breakfast.

“Tommy Lynch had a big role in that. He had him on the elliptical in the off-season on most days, doing extra sessions with him.

“He ran a 15 or 20-second PB (personal best) in his 2km (time trial). All his weight stuff is up, his body is looking really good.

“We know how much talent he has got and hopefully it’s a breakout year for the ‘Fog’.”

The 21-year-old, who was taken with pick 12 in the 2017 draft, has returned 26 goals in 24 games over three seasons.

Smith highlighted the work a trio of other inexperienced Crows have been putting in as they prepare to fight for a spot in Matthew Nicks’ starting team in season 2021.

Improving defender Jordon Butts, 2019 draftee Lachlan Gollant and Rising Star nominee Lachlan Sholl have all caught the eye of their teammates.

“There’s a lot of young guys who have put a lot of kilos on the frame,” Smith added.

“Jordon Butts down back is looking really good. Obviously there’s a spot down there for those big guys as well.

“We’ve got some guys at each end in the key power positions that are really putting their hand up which is great to see.

“We’ve got young Lachie Gollant, I think he said he’s put on 13 kilos so that’s obviously a massive number, and good kilos too, he hasn’t come back fat!

“The one who has taken a big step and really impressed is Lachie Sholl. He won the 2ker, he’s put some muscle on and we know what he can do with his right and left foot.

“He’s one that really stood out for me.”

The Crows are looking ahead to their AAMI Community Series matches against North Melbourne in Hobart on February 28 and Richmond in Adelaide on March 7.

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Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young defends Brisbane COVID-19 lockdown as three new cases recorded


Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young has defended the three-day lockdown across Greater Brisbane, as the state records three new cases of COVID-19.

Dr Young said the lockdown was needed to immediately and quickly manage the potential spread of the highly contagious UK variant.

It came into force at 6:00pm on January 8 for residents in Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Moreton Bay and the Redlands after a hotel quarantine cleaner tested positive to the UK strain of COVID-19.

Dr Young said the response to the lockdown was “absolutely brilliant” and rejected a suggestion by one medical expert that short lockdowns were not effective when managing a potential outbreak.

“We had to go and do something immediately, do it quickly and just get it managed,” Dr Young said.

“I think that three-day circuit-breaker — is what I am calling it — just sets the framework, and the response here in Greater Brisbane was absolutely brilliant.

“I went out, people were wearing masks, people were socially distancing, people weren’t going out. It was fantastic and that happened immediately.

“I do realise the absolute imposition, I understand the difficulties for businesses, but I think it has been enormously successful.

“We will now see the outcomes from it.”

Masks remain mandatory on Brisbane public transport and in shops and other confined indoor spaces.(ABC News: Chris Gillette)

However, Australian National University infectious diseases expert Peter Collignon told ABC News Brisbane’s short lockdown would not advantage health authorities.

“The average incubation period is five days, and mostly it can go out to 12 or even 14 days.

“If you’re going to do a lockdown to stop spread, you usually have to do it for at least 10, probably 14 days and maybe 28 days, and I don’t think that would have been justified.”

The hotel quarantine cleaner’s partner was one of the three new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Queensland.

Health authorities confirmed the man tested positive for the virus on Monday but said the case would be included in today’s count.

The man has been in quarantine since January 7, and Queensland Health has issued alerts for locations in Sunnybank Hills and Acacia Ridge.

The two other cases are a father and daughter who travelled from Lebanon in the Middle East and are in hotel quarantine.

Further tests are underway to determine if these three cases have the UK strain of the virus.

Queensland Health recently updated its contact tracing site with three locations linked to the partner testing positive:

  • Nextra Sunnybank Hills Newsagent on January 5 between 8:00am and 8:15am
  • Bunnings Warehouse in Acacia Ridge on January 5 between 2:00pm and 2:40pm
  • Sunnybank Cellars on Hellawell Road, Sunnybank Hills, between 2:05pm and 2:15pm

It is urging anyone who visited these places at the nominated times to get tested immediately.

‘One of the best responses’

Dr Young said she thought South Australia had “brilliantly” handled an outbreak in Parafield last November, which temporarily sent the state into the nation’s strictest lockdown.

“That was the Parafield cluster and in the end they only had 33 cases which is probably one of the best responses in the country,” she said.

“Here we had Brisbane Youth Detention Centre cluster that had 50 cases and we had the five initial ones that probably led to that so 55 (cases overall).

“Whereas Adelaide by doing that short, sharp, getting things sorted, finding as many cases as possible so minimising the amount of infection out there, minimising the spread early on, I think it made an enormous difference and that was with a variant that was less infectious.”

However, Professor Collignon also disagreed with this assessment.

“If you look at Adelaide where they had a short lockdown, it really didn’t make any difference,” he said.

“They didn’t find any more cases during that lockdown, nor did it stop any more spread, because all the cases that were found were associated with cases already known.”

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Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young has defended the three-day lockdown across Greater Brisbane, as the state records three new cases of COVID-19.

Dr Young said the lockdown was needed to immediately and quickly manage the potential spread of the highly contagious UK variant.

It came into force at 6:00pm on January 8 for residents in Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Moreton Bay and the Redlands after a hotel quarantine cleaner tested positive to the UK strain of COVID-19.

Dr Young said the response to the lockdown was “absolutely brilliant” and rejected a suggestion by one medical expert that short lockdowns were not effective when managing a potential outbreak.

“We had to go and do something immediately, do it quickly and just get it managed,” Dr Young said.

“I think that three-day circuit-breaker — is what I am calling it — just sets the framework, and the response here in Greater Brisbane was absolutely brilliant.

“I went out, people were wearing masks, people were socially distancing, people weren’t going out. It was fantastic and that happened immediately.

“I do realise the absolute imposition, I understand the difficulties for businesses, but I think it has been enormously successful.

“We will now see the outcomes from it.”

Masks remain mandatory on Brisbane public transport and in shops and other confined indoor spaces.(ABC News: Chris Gillette)

However, Australian National University infectious diseases expert Peter Collignon told ABC News Brisbane’s short lockdown would not advantage health authorities.

“The average incubation period is five days, and mostly it can go out to 12 or even 14 days.

“If you’re going to do a lockdown to stop spread, you usually have to do it for at least 10, probably 14 days and maybe 28 days, and I don’t think that would have been justified.”

The hotel quarantine cleaner’s partner was one of the three new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Queensland.

Health authorities confirmed the man tested positive for the virus on Monday but said the case would be included in today’s count.

The man has been in quarantine since January 7, and Queensland Health has issued alerts for locations in Sunnybank Hills and Acacia Ridge.

The two other cases are a father and daughter who travelled from Lebanon in the Middle East and are in hotel quarantine.

Further tests are underway to determine if these three cases have the UK strain of the virus.

Queensland Health recently updated its contact tracing site with three locations linked to the partner testing positive:

  • Nextra Sunnybank Hills Newsagent on January 5 between 8:00am and 8:15am
  • Bunnings Warehouse in Acacia Ridge on January 5 between 2:00pm and 2:40pm
  • Sunnybank Cellars on Hellawell Road, Sunnybank Hills, between 2:05pm and 2:15pm

It is urging anyone who visited these places at the nominated times to get tested immediately.

‘One of the best responses’

Dr Young said she thought South Australia had “brilliantly” handled an outbreak in Parafield last November, which temporarily sent the state into the nation’s strictest lockdown.

“That was the Parafield cluster and in the end they only had 33 cases which is probably one of the best responses in the country,” she said.

“Here we had Brisbane Youth Detention Centre cluster that had 50 cases and we had the five initial ones that probably led to that so 55 (cases overall).

“Whereas Adelaide by doing that short, sharp, getting things sorted, finding as many cases as possible so minimising the amount of infection out there, minimising the spread early on, I think it made an enormous difference and that was with a variant that was less infectious.”

However, Professor Collignon also disagreed with this assessment.

“If you look at Adelaide where they had a short lockdown, it really didn’t make any difference,” he said.

“They didn’t find any more cases during that lockdown, nor did it stop any more spread, because all the cases that were found were associated with cases already known.”

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The two young key forwards with bright futures according to Harry Taylor


Star Geelong defender Harry Taylor announced his retirement following the 2020 season.

Taylor played 280 career games for the Cats, including two premierships in 2009 and 2011 and has played on the great key forwards of the game since entering the league in 2008.

With his wealth of knowledge, Taylor named the two young key forwards across the league he rates highly.

“I think Eric Hipwood is going to be a really good player. He’s young at the moment, but certainly has a lot of tricks,” he told Sportsday WA.

“With a little more development he’s going to be a really tough player to play on.

“Aaron Naughton, whether he stays forward or back I’m not too sure, but he’s just got something a little bit different about him when I played on him a couple of times.

“You just get a sense that this guy is going to be something pretty special.

“There’s quite a few of them out there and I’m a little thankful I don’t have to play on them anymore.”

Hipwood has played 94 games for Brisbane and kicked 137 goals, while Naughton has played 53 for the Bulldogs and kicked 49 after starting his career in defence.

The 34-year-old was also full of praise for long-time opponent Josh Kennedy and his game.

“In more modern times, I think Josh Kennedy is one of the more outstanding forwards more from a selfless point of view and what he does for his teammates,” Taylor said.

Taylor is confident he left Geelong’s backline in a strong position going forward and is confident they can fill his void.

“I walk away, specifically when I think about the backline, I came into a very, very strong backline when I started and I leave a very, very good backline in 2020, which is really satisfying,” he said.

“It probably made the decision a little bit easier as well. I didn’t feel like I was letting the team down by retiring.

“I felt like the boys, particularly in the backline, are ready to go and will certainly be fine without me there.”

Taylor has signed with Northampton in the Great Northern Football League in WA for 2021.





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Woman and three young daughters killed in Glen Waverley blaze


The sisters, aged three, five and seven, died in the fire along with their mother.Credit:

But it was too late. Detective Senior Sergeant Neville Major said emergency crews found the bodies of Kaoru Okano, and her three young daughters, aged three, five and seven, “huddled together in the en suite”.

He said an injured man in his 50s “connected” to the young family remained under police guard at The Alfred hospital. Police were not expecting to interview him for at least 24 hours because he was intubated and unconscious, Detective Senior Sergeant Major said.

“The premises … here in Glen Waverley has been engulfed in flames and tragically four people perished,” Senior Sergeant Major said.

“There was a lot of damage in the garage area, and the house has been engulfed in smoke.

“We’re very much in the infancy of our investigation at this stage, but what we do have is some information that it’s a Japanese family, and it’s a mother and her three children.

“We are appealing to the public. If anyone saw anything of any nature that may be noteworthy for police, please contact Crimestoppers.”

Grieving relatives and friends visited the home on Sunday afternoon. Police and arson squad detectives are investigating.

Neighbour Bianca Ortolan and her fiance said they were woken by “really loud bangs”, which they initially thought were gunshots.

“It wasn’t till our house filled with smoke that we realised something was going on and we came out to the street,” she said on Sunday morning. “We heard screaming. It just sounded like the man was screaming for help.”

Ms Ortolan and her mother, Debra Ortolan, helped to care for another woman and her three small sons who lived next to the home.

Bianca (left) and Debra Ortolan were woken by explosions.

Bianca (left) and Debra Ortolan were woken by explosions. Credit:Scott McNaughton

“She said she lived next door and heard the explosion, saw the smoke and just grabbed her kids and ran out,” Mrs Ortolan said.

“It’s just horrific, absolutely heartbreaking to not be able to do anything.

“The garage, where I believe the fire started, was full of rubbish, oils and chemicals, it was chocka-block full.

“I believe he worked at or owned a Japanese restaurant … there were three small girls that lived there, you’d see them walking down to the lake.

The fire is believed to have started in the garage.

The fire is believed to have started in the garage.Credit:Scott McNaughton

“Talking to the neighbour, she said there was no way to get out of the back, and the porch, front door and garage were all on fire by the time she escaped and the fire trucks arrived … There’s a three-storey drop behind the house to the freeway; there’s no other way to escape.”

Another neighbour, Steve Mizeracki, said he woke just before 2am to sirens and saw ambulances, fire trucks and police vehicles parked along the street.

From the balcony of his townhouse, he could see a “big cloud of smoke” billowing from the burning home. “The smoke was very white, it was big, huge. Like a big cloud,” he said.

Residents of neighbouring homes were asked to leave their homes and their properties were inspected for fire damage. A community warning was later issued for smoke in the area.

Police investigators have been told the blaze started at the Tulloch Grove property just after 1.40am.

Police investigators have been told the blaze started at the Tulloch Grove property just after 1.40am.Credit:Nine News

Mr Mizeracki said he had lived in the area for 20 years, and it was “normally very quiet”: children played in the street and people walked their dogs on a typical Sunday morning.

“Nothing like this ever happens here. I’m very sad,” he said.

By 6pm, police tape blocking off Tulloch Grove was removed, and mourners started leaving flowers by a street sign near the townhouse.

One woman, who did not want to be named, left what she said were some of Mrs Okano’s favourite Japanese snacks – three bottles of fruit juice and a packet of ‘Pocky’ chocolate biscuit sticks – by the makeshift memorial.

Nilanthie De Silva, who also lives on the street, said the smoke from the fire was so thick that she and her husband had to wear an N95 mask.

Police at the scene of the fire.

Police at the scene of the fire.Credit:Scott McNaughton

“I feel sad just talking about it … we jumped out of bed. We didn’t know where it was, but there were so many fire trucks outside,” she said.

“I haven’t slept. We have had a terrible year, and now to start the year like this is so unsettling.

“There’s lots of townhouses, and plenty of people are renting so they are in and out. Some of these townhouses only have one entrance. If there’s a fire, how do you get out?”

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

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