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PATIENTS waiting for crucial
knee, hip and cataract operations are facing long delays, a
damning report claims.
Emergency funding requests by
health bodies for the once-routine
procedures have shot up in recent
years, according to an investigation by
the British Medical Journal.
And patients face a postcode lottery on
who receives the life-changing NHS operations, with varying resources available
around the country.
It means some patients receive surgery
quickly, while others face delays and some
do not receive any treatment.
Stephen Cannon, vice president of the
Royal College of Surgeons, said: “Unfortunately, patients needing hip and knee
surgery have misguidedly become soft
targets for NHS savings.”
The BMJ report came as a separate
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POLICE investigating the
seizure of a huge haul of
handguns and
ammunition at the
Channel Tunnel have
made two more arrests.
Suspects aged 25 and 35
were held after officers
swooped on a white van in
a pub car park.
Nine handguns were
found in bags and another
was recovered from a
nearby storage unit.
The arrests in Iver,
Bucks, were said to be
linked to Saturday’s
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pistols were seized. A
Czech and a Pole were
held after Border Force
and Scotland Yard officers
found the weapons hidden
in specially adapted
engine blocks. They were
in a trailer towed by a
yellow Mercedes van
which was stopped at
Coquelles, near Calais.
Both the men arrested
over the French haul were
remanded in custody
charged with firearm
offences. The two men
from Slough, Berks, were
arrested on suspicion of
firearm offences.
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BILLIONS of pounds are
to be put into local road
improvements.
Plans being unveiled by
Transport Secretary Chris
Grayling today will give
local authorities in
England a share of vehicle
excise duty.
The move will help
councils enhance or
replace A-roads. The duty
raised £5.8billion in
2016/17.
Priority in some cases
will go to smaller schemes
that are “proven solutions”
so drivers get the benefits
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study also suggested some
disabled and sick people
were now waiting months to
find out whether they would
receive NHS funding for
their medical needs.
In one in 10 cases, this wait
was up to 100 days, with
some patients even dying
before a decision was made.
Working on data obtained
from Freedom of Information requests, the BMJ found
funding applications for
operations such as knee and
hip replacements had shot
up by almost 50 per cent.
The report concluded:
“There has been a surge in
the number of funding
requests that doctors in
England are being forced to
make on behalf of their
patients for treatments that
are no longer routinely
funded in their area.”
Reacting to the findings,
Mr Cannon said commissioners were misguidedly
imposing restrictions on
some treatments to save
money to the detriment of
patient care.
He added: “Patients needing surgery will cost the NHS
more, in physiotherapy, pain
medication, and other support, while they wait to find
out if they can be referred.”
The findings were based
on data from 169 Clinical
Commissioning
Groups
(CCGs) in England.
The overall number of
individual funding requests
(IFRs) received by CCGs in
England soared by 47 per
cent in the last four years.
And in the past 12 months,
Hip operations are no longer routinely funded in some areas
requests jumped more than
20 per cent from 60,400 to
73,900. The rate of operations now varies substantially depending on where
you are in the country.
For instance, it is harder to
access a hip or knee joint
replacement in Buckinghamshire than Nottinghamshire.
And requests for funding
have increased at a higher
rate in the North-east than
the South-east of the country, suggesting treatment for
patients there will be, at
best, delivered more slowly
even if applications are eventually approved.
Leeds GP Richard Vautrey,
deputy chair of the BMA’s
GP committee, urged NHS
England to set out guidelines
on which treatments should
be routinely available and
which should require an individual request.
He said: “It’s clearly unfair
for patients to be subjected
to this postcode rationing.”
Just over half (52 per cent)
of the funding requests made
in 2016-17 were approved.
Julie Wood, chief executive
of NHS Clinical Commissioners, the organisation that
represents CCGs, last night
admitted that commissioners had to make “difficult
decisions” over which services to fund.
She added: “Unfortunately
the NHS does not have
unlimited resources.”
Doctors miss heart’s ‘silent killer’
SIX out of 10 patients with
inherited “silent killer” heart
conditions are wrongly
diagnosed by their GPs,
according to research.
Nearly a quarter had their
symptoms put down to
stress or anxiety, in a British
Heart Foundation study.
More than half had to wait
more than two years for a
correct diagnosis. Each
week in the UK, about 12
seemingly healthy people
aged 35 and under are
victims of sudden cardiac
death, largely due to hidden
killers including
cardiomyopathies, heart
rhythm disturbances and
very high cholesterol levels.
But warning signs such as
chest tightness, a racing
heart, difficulty breathing
and palpitations are similar
to the symptoms of stress,
anxiety and asthma.
Dr Mike Knapton,
associate medical director
at the BHF, said: “Early
diagnosis is essential so
people can be put on the
right treatment. It’s vital we
raise awareness about the
symptoms and diagnostic
tests for those most at risk.”
Edmund King said: “Many
communities are crying
out for their local bypass
to be built to enhance
their local environment.
“Local authority A-roads
have become the poor
relation or country cousins
in comparison to the
amounts spent on
motorways and the
strategic road network.
“It is imperative that
spending on the most
important of these roads is
elevated.”
Mr Grayling said:
“Getting transport
spending right is crucial.”
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TORY MP Craig
Mackinlay pleaded not
guilty of submitting
false General Election
expense claims when
he appeared before a
judge yesterday.
The South Thanet
member will now face a
Crown Court trial with
his election agent and a
senior Conservative
Party official.
Mackinlay, 50, spoke
firmly at Westminster
magistrates’ court to
indicate “not guilty”
pleas to two counts of
knowingly making a
false election expenses
declaration.
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His agent Nathan
Gray, 28, said he will
deny a similar charge
and Tory HQ campaign
director Marion Little,
62, indicated “not
guilty” pleas to three
charges of aiding and
abetting them.
District Judge Tan
Ikram was told the
allegations relate to
Mackinlay’s campaign
to win the Kent seat two
years ago. The former
Ukip stalwart forced
Nigel Farage into
second place with a
majority of 3,000 votes.
The Crown claims
costs that were incurred
in the constituency
including hotel bills
were met from the
party’s national budgets
when they should have
been paid for locally.
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Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
Kara Lily
yesterday
after
being
named
as star of
the new
musical
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familiar...
Cilla and
Kara Lily
in her
photo,
right, from
the show,
below
SURPRISE, surprise! The
actress who will play Cilla
Black in a new musical
about her life was inspired
by words of wisdom from
the star as a schoolgirl.
Kara Lily Hayworth, 28,
beat thousands of other
hopefuls to land the
coveted role after a final
audition at the Cavern club
in Liverpool – where Cilla
herself started out.
The Liverpool
songstress’s showbiz
career began in 1963 and
spanned six decades.
Her hits included Alfie,
Something Tells Me, and
Anyone Who Had A Heart,
all of which will feature in
Cilla – The Musical.
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She later achieved a
national treasure status as
the host of TV shows Blind
Date and Surprise, Surprise
and was awarded an OBE.
Flame-haired beauty
Kara Lily, who was
announced as the star of
the show yesterday,
revealed she met the
presenter as a youngster.
“When I was 11 I was
shopping with my mum
and bumped into Cilla
and asked her for an
autograph,” Kara Lily
said.
“I told her I wanted to
be an actress, she
laughed and said ‘it’s a
tough industry, but if
you really work hard
and go for it, you’ll be
just fine’.”
She added: “She was a
huge inspiration to me as
a child. I grew up watching
her on Blind Date every
Saturday night with my
nan.
“To be chosen to play her
is such an honour and I’m
so excited to take on the
role – but I am nervous.”
Cilla – The Musical is
produced by the singer’s
son, Robert Willis, who
said his mother would have
been delighted with the
choice of Kara Lily.
“We wanted somebody
who wasn’t going to
impersonate my mum but
someone who could
capture her spirit,” he said.
“Kara came in with her
huge personality and
amazing voice. When I saw
the response of the
audience at the Cavern, I
knew she was the one my
mum would have wanted.”
The show is based on
Jeff Pope’s ITV mini-series
starring Sheridan Smith,
which retold Cilla’s early
life and the story of her rise
to stardom from a
working-class home.
It will debut at the
Liverpool Empire in
September before touring
the country,
Watford-born Kara Lily
grew up in
Buckinghamshire with
parents Janice and Russell
and won the role of Annie
in the musical of the same
name at her first
professional audition. She
later trained at the Central
School of Speech and
Drama.
Since graduating she has
had a number of TV, film
and stage roles.
Her first audition for the
part of Cilla was at
London’s Dominion Theatre
where she queued for four
hours to win a place in the
final 30.
Cilla was married to her
manager Bobby Willis for
30 years until his death
from cancer in 1999 aged
57. They had three sons.
The star died aged 72,
after a fall at her villa in
Spain in August 2015.
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THEY might have thought they got
away with it, but pictures have now
emerged of the moment when Prince
Charles and Camilla lost a battle to
keep a straight face.
Royal duties often call for a sense of
decorum but the heir to the throne
and his wife got an attack of the
giggles during a special performance
of traditional Inuit throat singing
during their visit to Canada last week.
Inuit throat singing, known as
katajjaq in Iqaluit, the part of Canada
the royal couple were visiting, is
traditionally performed by two women
who compete in a duet to see who can
last the longest. The women face each
other and take turns until one runs
out of breath or starts to laugh.
Camilla
appears to
be trying to
prevent
herself
from
bursting
into
laughter as
she stands
next to
Charles
and they
listen to the
rendition
during their
trip to
Canada
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JEAN-Claude Juncker fired an
extraordinary outburst at members
of the European Parliament yesterday,
telling them: “You are ridiculous.”
The
European
Commission
president lost his temper as he
watched proceedings in a nearempty parliamentary chamber in
Strasbourg, France.
The bizarre rant led to one MEP
suggesting “the strain of Brexit is
showing” as the embattled Eurocrat
struggles to come to terms with the
EU’s future.
Mr Juncker was later forced to
apologise, but the outburst added to
speculation that he may be forced out
because he is unable to deal with
Brexit and the EU’s reform.
In recent months, Mr Juncker has
come under criticism from other EU
leaders for his hard-line approach to
Britain – and has reportedly even
had questions raised about his drinking habits.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel
vented her fury at his office after it
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Mr Juncker speaking at the
European Parliament in
Strasbourg yesterday. Inset,
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appeared to be at the centre of a false
briefing against Prime Minister
Theresa May following a dinner in
Downing Street to discuss Brexit.
However, Mr Juncker has struggled
most with a reform agenda of the EU
to work out what happens when it
loses British taxpayer funding.
Senior Tory MEP David Campbell
Bannerman said that Mr Juncker’s
behaviour managed to “give the game
away on why Britain is better out of
the EU’s institutions”.
He added: “The fallout between
two out of three of the main EU institutions is extraordinary and suggests
the strain of Brexit is showing.
“They have now admitted there will
be a 20billion euro [£17.6billion] black
hole in EU funding when the UK
leaves and they are already running
well over budget.
“If Britain refuses the EU cash
demands [for £80billion], as is likely,
the entire project will have to reform
or die.” Yesterday’s astonishing rant
broke out during a session where the
prime minister of Malta, Joseph
Muscat, was addressing MEPs.
Mr Juncker, who hails from
Luxembourg, was visibly annoyed as
he watched the proceedings in the
near-empty parliamentary chamber.
He told the gathering: “You are
ridiculous. The fact that there are
about 30 members of parliament
present in this debate only really
illustrates the fact that parliament is
not serious. The European Parliament is ridiculous, very ridiculous.”
Mr Juncker said Malta, the EU’s
smallest country which has just
completed a stint running the bloc’s
presidency, deserved better.
“If Mr Muscat was Mrs Merkel,
difficult as that is to imagine, or
Mr [Emmanuel] Macron, we would
have a full house,” Juncker said, refer-
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BILLIONAIRE Microsoft
founder Bill Gates has warned
that EU leaders risk deepening
the migrant crisis.
The 61-year-old said countries
like Germany will not be able to
handle the “huge” numbers.
He urged EU nations to spend
more on foreign aid and at the
same time make it more difficult
for people to reach the
continent.
He said: “You want to
demonstrate generosity and take
in refugees. But the more
generous you are, the more word
gets around which motivates
more people to leave Africa.”
Mrs May the best choice
to lead country, says poll
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BORIS Johnson
appears to be feeling
the heat yesterday as
he struggles to return
from his morning jog.
The Foreign
Secretary, 53, was
pounding the streets
once again before a
Cabinet meeting.
Ambitious Mr
Johnson vehemently
denies he is gathering
support for a bid to be
prime minister.
Last month, he said
he would not run for
Tory leadership during
Brexit saying “we have
to get on and deliver on
the priorities”.
ring to the leaders of Germany and
France.
Mr Juncker’s comments also
seemed to underline reported concerns about the European Parliament
being a white elephant – costing
£1.8billion a year to run and holding
virtually no power.
Tensions rose further when the parliament’s Italian president Antonio
Tajani told Mr Juncker to take a more
respectful tone.
“You may criticise the parliament,
yes, but the commission does not
control the parliament. It’s the parliament that should be controlling
the commission,” he said, to mild
applause.
A humbled Mr Juncker later apologised to Mr Tajani, a parliamentary
spokesman said.
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MACDIARMID/LNP
THERESA May has maintained a six
point lead over Jeremy Corbyn as the
best choice to lead the country, an opinion poll revealed last night.
The survey showed the Prime Minister is still the most popular choice for
Downing Street with the support of 44
per cent of voters quizzed.
While Mr Corbyn hit his highest score
in the survey asking which politician
would make the best prime minister, he
was still trailing on 38 per cent.
The poll of just over a thousand voters carried out last week will cheer Tory
MPs following the General Election disappointment last month.
But in troubling news for Mrs May,
the Survation poll found that just 32
per cent supported her parliamentary
pact with the Democratic Unionist
Party, while 57 per cent of voters disagreed with the deal.
Meanwhile, a separate survey found
that David Davis was currently the
most popular Cabinet minister among
Tory activists. The EU Exit Secretary
soared to the top of the monthly popu-
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larity contest run by the ConservativeHome website with his net satisfaction
rating up three points from 75.4 to 78.4.
He was followed by Michael Gove
with a rating of 57.7.
ConservativeHome editor Paul Goodman wrote of Mr Gove: “His conduct
during last year’s leadership election
campaign hasn’t stopped him besting
all but one of his colleagues. ”
Mrs May paid the price for the election slump, plummeting from the top
spot to second from bottom in a record
fall for the monthly survey.
Her net satisfaction rating stood at
-26.1, only slightly ahead of Conservative Party chairman Patrick McLoughlin on -29.3
“Party member respondents have no
confidence in the Party Chairman who
presided over the worst Conservative
election campaign in living memory,”
Mr Goodman wrote.
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DAVID Cameron waded
into the Cabinet row over
public-sector pay
yesterday by attacking
politicians demanding a
rise as “selfish”
popularity hunters.
The former Tory prime
minister’s comments
reprise his bitter Brexit
split with Michael Gove
and Boris Johnson.
Both men defied him
in last year’s referendum
and now they have
thrown their weight
behind calls to ease the
one per cent cap on pay
rises for public-sector
staff which has been in
place since 2012 after a
two-year freeze.
Mr Cameron told
leaders in Seoul, South
Korea: “The opponents
of so-called austerity
couch their arguments in
a way that make them
sound generous and
compassionate.
“They seek to paint the
supporters of sound
finances as selfish, or
uncaring. The exact
reverse is true.
“Giving up on sound
finances isn’t being
generous, it’s being
selfish: spending money
today that you may need
tomorrow.”
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warned about falling out
of touch with English
voters if she heeds
demands from Scottish
Conservative leader
Ruth Davidson to protect
Britain’s ballooning
foreign aid budget.
The Prime Minister has
come under pressure to
cut the £13billion spent
to help cover a shortfall
in services and fund
public sector pay rises.
But in a report by the
think tank Policy
Exchange Ms Davidson
insisted the aid target of
0.7 per cent of GDP
needed to be at the heart
of Mrs May’s “global
Britain” project.
“While our aid system
is rightly well-regarded
worldwide, there is more
we could do to make it
better,” she wrote.
In a swipe at
government funding
which gives Scots £1,700
extra per head, Shipley
Tory MP Philip Davies
said: “It’s all very well
for subsidy junkies in
Scotland wanting to
spray taxpayers’ money
around... Ruth Davidson
is completely out of
touch with the views of
the majority of voters in
England.”
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he is in shape for Wimbledon glory –
by doubling up on the number of
freezing cold ice baths he takes.
The reigning champion, who is
struggling to shake off a niggling hip
injury, is not only taking an icy dip
each day at Wimbledon, he is also taking a chilling 10-minute plunge at
home before bed.
And today he hopes to freeze out
popular dreadlocked opponent Dustin Brown with the help of his drastic
regime.
Murray, 30, has traditionally used
ice baths to ease his aching muscles
after matches and is such a fan he has
now installed one at his home in
Oxshott, Surrey.
Writing in his BBC blog, Murray
said: “It’s lucky I don’t mind an ice
bath because I’ve been having one
before bed every night just to make
sure I’m fit and ready for Wimbledon.
“There have been a few changes to
my routine since my hip started feeling sore last week but thankfully they
seem to have done the trick. My team
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Katie Boulter came
agonisingly close to
pulling off one of Wimbledon’s great shocks
last night.
The rising star of
women’s tennis,
pictured, stood
on the brink of
glory before losing
a three set thriller to
America’s Christina
McHale – despite a
gap of 178 places in the
world rankings.
Katie, 20, delighted
hundreds
of
fans
packed into Court 12
after racing to take the
first set 6-3 on her Wimbledon debut.
The youngster, who
is ranked 238th in the
world, lost a tight second set 7-5 before winning a break to go 2-0
up in the decider. But
the experienced American, ranked 60th in the
world, clawed her way
back to clinch the third
set 6-3.
Despite her brave
performance
Katie
looked upset as she left
the court.
Her mother Sue Hall,
48, said: “I’m extremely
proud of the way she
played.”
Murray in practice yesterday
Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt enjoying Wimbledon’s sun
have given me a few different exercises to do during the day when we’re
together, and also at home in the
evening.
“That means two freezing cold dips
a day, one at Wimbledon and one in
my ice bath at home before bed.”
Murray added: “It might not be everyone’s ideal preparation for a good
night’s sleep, but fortunately I’ve got
used to plunging myself into ice-cold
water over the years and I don’t mind
it, I’m OK.”
Murray – whose wife Kim is expecting their second child later this year –
said an old hip problem had flared up
after he played Swiss star Stan
Wawrinka, 32, in the French Open.
He crashed out of the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club in the first
round last month and missed two
exhibition matches last week.
To progress at Wimbledon he needs
to beat Brown, a German citizen born
to a Jamaican father. The player, who
is 6ft 5in tall, pulled off one of the
shocks of the tournament two years
ago when he sent former champion
Rafa Nadal crashing out in a second
round match.
Off court Murray and Brown, 32, are
friends who exchange text messages
during the course of a season.
The British number one said of the
encounter: “It should be a good match
to watch.”
But he added: “Although I get on
well with Dustin, and he’s a great guy,
I doubt we’ll be stopping halfway
through to discuss how it’s going.”
Lucky tennis fans were treated to
glorious sunshine at the All England
Club yesterday with Strictly Come
Dancing host Tess Daly, 48, and her
TV presenter husband Vernon Kay,
43, watching play.
The celebrity couple were guests in
the Royal Box alongside cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott, 76, former England footballer Sol Campbell, 42, and
former England rugby captain Matt
Dawson, 44, who was accompanied by
his ex-model wife Carolin.
Downton Abbey actress Joanne
Froggatt, 36, presenter Melanie Sykes,
46, and comic Jimmy Tarbuck, 77, also
attended.
TV star Stephen Fry, 59, and veteran newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald, 77, watched from the VIP seats.
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HOLLY Willoughby got the
giggles on This Morning
yesterday when a miniature
horse made a mess on the
studio rug.
The presenter was hosting a
segment about guide ponies as
an alternative to guide dogs.
And just as co-presenter
Phillip Schofield discussed the
issue of ponies going to the
toilet on the floor of a person’s
house the animal relieved itself.
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Willoughby was laughing so
much, tears streamed down her
face and her mascara ran.
Stifling a giggle, Schofield
said: “Absolutely perfect timing.
I’m sure a person who had
impaired sight would find that
extremely useful on the kitchen
rug. Well done – I think you’ve
proved my point here. There are
limitations between horses and
dogs.”
She was lost for words for
moments but eventually said,
wiping her eyes: “That was my
favourite thing I’ve ever seen.”
The pony trainer said: “He just
wants to make himself known on
TV for the wrong reasons.”
A TV crew member came on
the set to clean up the mess with
two bin bags before a demo
could take place on how the
ponies can aid a person in need.
Fans took to Twitter after the
show. One wrote: “Holly’s
reaction to the miniature ponies
on This Morning is the funniest
thing ever!”
SPORTS Direct founder
Mike Ashley yesterday
dismissed claims he owes
£14million promised during a pub boozing session, describing it as
“drink banter”.
Finance expert Jeffrey
Blue claims the Newcastle United owner did not
stick to a deal to pay him
£15million to get Sports
Direct’s share price up to
£8, paying just £1million.
Barrister David Cavender told the High Court
billionaire Mr Ashley
could not recall details of
conversations “particularly in the light of the
amount of drinking”.
Mr Ashley told judge
Mr Justice Leggatt, in
a written statement: “I
can’t believe Mr Blue is
now trying to take me for
£14million off the back of
some drink banter that
he is seeking to engineer
into something more.”
The hearing continues.
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ROGUE state North Korea marked
US Independence Day yesterday by
test firing a new intercontinental
missile apparently capable of hitting
America.
The launch brought worldwide
criticism, with Theresa May’s
spokesman saying: “We are clear in
our condemnation.”
And US President Donald Trump
urged North Korea’s neighbour
China to take action against it.
The Hwasong-14 missile left the
atmosphere to reach an altitude of
1,741 miles before crashing into the
North Pacific near Japan, 579 miles
from the launch site.
The launch was personally overseen by North Korean dictator Kim
Jong-un who watched the missile
take off through binoculars.
Kim has made it clear that he
wants to develop a missile capable
of striking the US mainland with a
nuclear warhead.
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launches new missile
‘that can reach the US’
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David Wright, co-director of the
Global Security Program at the
US-based Union of Concerned
Scientists said the missile could
have travelled at most about 4,100
miles.
He said: “That range would not be
enough to reach the lower 48 states
or the large islands of Hawaii, but
would allow it to reach all of
Alaska.”
Kim Dong-yub, a military expert
at Kyungnam University’s Institute
of Far Eastern Studies in Seoul,
South Korea, claimed the missile
could have gone even further.
“It appears the test was successful. If launched on a standard angle,
the missile could have a range of
more than 8,000km (5,000 miles),”
he said.
“But we have to see more details
of the new missile to determine if
North Korea has acquired intercontinental ballistic missile technology.”
North Korea has conducted five
nuclear blast tests, two since the
beginning of last year.
But to launch a nuclear attack on
the US mainland it would have to
develop a small enough warhead
and one that could survive re-entry
Kim Jong-un with binoculars at a launch and, right, the latest missile takes off yesterday and heads into space
into the Earth’s atmosphere. North
Korea’s state TV boasted that the
country was now “a full-fledged
nuclear power that has been possessed of the most powerful intercontinental ballistic rocket capable
of hitting any part of the world”.
The test firing came as members
of the G20 industrialised nations
prepared to gather in Hamburg to
discuss ways to rein in North Korea.
President Trump tweeted: “North
Korea has just launched another
missile. Does this guy have anything
better to do with his life?
“Hard to believe South Korea and
Japan will put up with this much
longer. Perhaps China will put a
heavy move on North Korea and end
this nonsense once and for all!”
Downing Street said the UK
supported the US position.
Theresa May’s official spokesman
said: “We are clear in our condemnation of North Korea’s destabilising
activity in the region, including continuing illegal ballistic missile and
nuclear weapons tests.
“We stand alongside the US and
our allies to confront the threat
North Korea poses to international
security.
“We are working with our allies to
try to bring stability to the region
and will continue to do so.” Japan’s
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he
would ask the presidents of China
and Russia to play more constructive roles in efforts to stop
Pyongyang’s arms programme.
He said: “Leaders of the world will
gather at the G20 meeting. I would
like to strongly call for solidarity of
the international community on the
North Korean issue.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang called for calm
and restraint and reiterated China’s
opposition
to
North
Korea’s
violation of UN resolutions on missile tests.
Donald Trump wants China to act
‘If we lived in the UK my son would be dead’
Picture: TIM CLARKE
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Chris Gard and Connie Yates attend a hearing at the High Court
***
THE FATHER of a six-year-old boy
treated by the same US doctor who is
offering help to tragic Charlie Gard
yesterday said if he had lived in the UK
his son “would surely be dead”.
Art Estopinan spoke after US
President Donald Trump said he would
like to help and a hospital in America
has said it will provide free care for the
10-month-old.
The Pope has also called for Charlie’s
parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates,
to be allowed to “accompany and treat
their child until the end”.
His Roman hospital has offered to
take Charlie into its care in order to
prevent his life support from being
turned off by British doctors.
Mr Trump has tweeted: “If we can
help little Charlie Gard, as per our
friends in the UK and the Pope, we
would be delighted to do so.”
Mr Gard and Miss Yates have been
fighting with doctors to allow their son
to travel to the US for treatment.
The European Court of Human Rights
last week backed Great Ormond Street
Hospital doctors who said it would be
kinder to allow Charlie to die.
Mr Estopinan’s son Arturito was
diagnosed with a similar mitochondrial
depletion syndrome to Charlie and was
the first person in the US to receive the
experimental nucleoside therapy.
Six years later, he can move his hands,
fingers, feet and arms and is a “strong
and happy boy” after previously being
told he had just two months to live.
Mr Estopinan, 51, of Baltimore,
Maryland, said: “We feel very fortunate
Art Estopinan says his six-year-old son Arturito would
be ‘surely dead’ if he had lived in the UK. Above, Charlie
to be American and not British –
because if we lived in the UK Arturito
would surely be dead by now.
“We are beyond shocked that doctors
in the UK are saying Charlie should ‘die
with dignity’. How insensitive when
there is a treatment which could save
Charlie’s life and eminent doctors in the
US who are willing to help him.”
The government consultant has put
Charlie’s parents in contact with the
Columbia University Medical Center in
New York. He added: “This is a very rare
genetic muscular disorder and, with all
due respect... this disease isn’t wellknown among these doctors.
“We were told to go home, he’s going
to die, there’s nothing you can do. My
son has been on a ventilator for five
years. He’s getting stronger. When he
got home four years ago he couldn’t
move anything, only his eyes.
“Now he can move his hands, feet and
fingers, he’s a happy boy. Charlie Gard
is a human being and he deserves the
opportunity to live.”
Medical experts diagnosed Arturito
with TK2 mitochondrial DNA depletion
syndrome, a rare genetic disease which
causes muscle weakness.
But Charlie’s type is even rarer – he is
believed to be only the 16th known
sufferer in the world. Doctors have also
diagnosed irreversible brain damage.
His plight has touched people and the
family has received £1.3million in
donations. His parents, of Bedfont, west
London, would need UK doctors to
allow him to fly to America for
treatment at the unnamed hospital.
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is released after just 9
months in court blunder
man’s father said: “This is an
unacceptable blunder. He got
nine years for stabbing my son
three times.
“He could have died. I held
my son and thought he was
going to die.
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A VICIOUS knife thug is on
the loose – after a paperwork
blunder saw him let out of
prison after nine months
instead of nine years.
Ralston Dodd, 25, described
as “extremely dangerous”, was
jailed in November for stabbing
a man three times in the back
following a row in the street.
The attack, described as an
“appalling act of violence”, left
the victim fighting for his life.
Now police have been forced
to launch a manhunt for the
offender after he was released
from prison as a result of a
clerical error.
It is believed court staff wrote
the wrong sentence on prison
forms, marking it down as for
nine months rather than nine
years.
The Ministry of Justice yesterday said it was urgently
investigating the incident and
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a new warrant for Dodd’s arrest
has been issued.
It is believed Dodd was being
held at HMP Thameside in
south-east London before his
release.
His victim – who made a full
recovery despite his terrible
injuries – later spotted him in a
car, according to reports. The
An MoJ spokeswoman said
such releases in error are
“extremely rare but we take
any case very seriously”.
She added: “We are urgently
investigating so we learn the
lessons to prevent it happening
again.
“Public protection is our
priority. A warrant has been
issued and police are pursuing
the offender.”
Dodd attacked his 21-yearold victim with a knife in north
London on September 18 last
year. He was arrested on Octo-
ber 11 after a lengthy manhunt
and was sentenced at London’s
Blackfriars Crown Court in
November after pleading guilty
to causing grievous bodily harm
with intent.
At the time, Metropolitan
Police Detective Inspector Will
Lexton-Jones said: “This was
an appalling act of violence
that almost cost a man his life.
“The seriousness of this
offence is reflected in the extensive prison sentence.”
Scotland Yard said Dodd is
now “unlawfully at large” and
subject to arrest under the new
warrant.
He is 5ft 9in tall and of
medium build with brown eyes.
It is not known what he was
wearing when he was released.
Police warned that anyone
who spots Dodd should not
approach him “as he could
become violent”.
They should call the police
on 999 instead.
Fines threat for charities that pester
CHARITIES face fines running
into tens of thousands of
pounds if they don’t stop
pestering potential donors.
From tomorrow, the new
Fundraising Preference Service
will allow the public to block
specified charities’ contact by
phone, email, text or post.
Charities that ignore their
wishes could be reported to
privacy watchdog the
Information Commissioner by
chairman of the Fundraising
Regulator Lord Grade. He said
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yesterday some charities have
proved to be “laggards” in
reforming their ways, despite
several high-profile and tragic
cases exposing “extremely
aggressive” practices.
He said: “These stories
rightly shocked Britain and
our trust in the charity sector
has been sorely tested.
“It should be no surprise,
therefore, that they have led to
significant changes to the
regulations governing
fundraising designed to restore
that trust and to ensure that
such terrible practices are
never again tolerated.”
The issue hit the headlines
in 2015 following the case of
92-year-old Olive Cooke.
Mrs Cooke, one of Britain’s
oldest and longest-serving
poppy sellers, killed herself
after receiving up to 267 letters
a month as well as regular
phone calls from fundraisers.
Lord Grade, a former
chairman of both the BBC and
ITV, said the public will now
have the power “to control the
flow of communications”.
Charities reported to the
regulator will be issued with
suppression orders giving
them 28 days to stop
contacting the complainant.
Should they continue, they
could be reported to the
Information Commissioner’s
Office which has the power
under the Data Protection Act
1998 to issue fines.
A RED sky at dawn over historic Corfe
Castle in Dorset heralded a glorious day
yesterday.
And a hot airstream from southern
Europe could see temperatures touch
88F (31C) this week.
But the extreme heat could trigger
thunderstorms with up to two inches of
rain, forecasters warn.
The South will see the best of the
heatwave, lasting into the weekend. The
North will stay fresher and cooler.
Jim Dale of British Weather Services
predicted tomorrow will bring the peak of
the heat to the South-east.
He said: “We could see 86F or 88F.”
Bookmakers Ladbrokes are offering 3-1
on it being the hottest July ever.
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sign was done by a firm
contracted by their county
council in Sleaford, Lincs.
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asked the firm to return and
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Britons dread
nights out and
hang up their
dancing shoes aged
just 31.
Forty six per cent
of us would rather
cosy up in front of
the TV than party,
a survey showed.
By the time we
are 37 many reckon
we’re just “too old”.
Six in 10 believe
going out is “too
expensive” now and
29 per cent simply
cannot face having
a hangover.
Just over a fifth
dread the thought
of getting dressed
up and the hassle
of booking taxis.
Thirty per cent
would rather watch
a TV box set and
nearly a quarter
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media.
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10 adults said they
feel relieved that
they are having a
night in when they
view pictures of
friends at raucous,
boozy gatherings.
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cent said there is
nothing more tragic
than adults in their
40s and 50s
surrounded by
20-somethings.
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Currys PC World
which polled 5,000
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technology meant
“more pleasure can
be had on a night in
than a night out”.
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THE grieving father of youngest
Manchester bombing victim Saffie
Rose Roussos told of his family’s
anguish yesterday, saying: “We have
lost everything.”
Andrew Roussos, 43, poured out
his heart for the first time on what
would have been his daughter’s
ninth birthday.
He described the nightmare of
losing the vibrant eight-year-old
they all adored.
Mr Roussos told of the terrible
moment when he broke the news
Saffie was “gone” to his wife – who
was seriously injured in the blast – as
she came out of a coma in hospital.
Saffie and 21 others were killed by
a suicide bomber as they left a
concert by US singer Ariana Grande
at the city’s Arena on May 22.
The excited schoolgirl had gone
to the show with her mother Lisa,
48, and older sister Ashlee Bromwich, 26, who was also hurt.
She’s gone isn’t she?
Words of bomb girl’s mum when she woke from coma
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Mr Roussos – who said he was
speaking out because he did not
want Saffie’s birthday to “just pass”
unmarked – said: “We’ve lost everything. We have – we’ve lost everything, because life will just never be
the same.
“Saffie loved the limelight and I
just wanted to celebrate Saffie’s
birthday through doing this.
“You couldn’t be out with Saffie
without having fun, but her dream
was to be famous.
“It was her everything and we
bought her the tickets for the show
for Christmas.
“She was just counting the days,
the seconds and it was just Ariana
Grande until nine, 10 o’clock at
night. And she would sing and dance
every single song.”
The father, from Tarleton, Lancs,
added: “She was just everything you
could wish for in a little girl.” Describ-
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Saffie’s father Andrew and sister Ashlee told how she was excited by concert
ing the moment he was told by a
Greater Manchester Police detective
that his daughter had died in the
attack, he said: “I couldn’t take it in.
“I just sat there looking at him. It’s
just your worst nightmare. I didn’t
know what to say, I didn’t know what
to think.”
Mr Roussos also told how he had
the awful responsibility of telling his
wife of their loss when she was
brought round from a coma induced
by doctors.
He explained how Lisa eventually
came off life support, turned to him
and said: “Saffie’s gone, isn’t she?”
Mr Roussos explained: “I said ‘Yeah’.
She goes, ‘I knew’. That’s all that
was said really.”
Saffie’s sister Ashlee added: “She
was so happy, just elated all night.
“She was Ariana Grande-obsessed,
so to see how happy she was, it was
just... Obviously I had to go with
her.”
The bomb was detonated at the
end of the concert by Manchesterborn Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old of
Libyan descent thought to have
been radicalised online.
Manchester bomb victim Saffie went to the concert with her mother Lisa
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with Jean-Claude Juncker. That’s
not a sentence we ever expected to
print but after the European
Commission president’s words
yesterday it would be churlish not to
acknowledge his new found wisdom.
How could anybody disagree with his
description of the European Parliament
as “ridiculous” and “not serious”?
The parliament was designed to give
a veneer of democratic respectability to
the EU. In reality it is a powerless
talking shop filled with nonentities.
Most of its members are fanatical
federalists who ended up there only
because they never managed to get
elected to their national parliaments.
And yet if this parliament is “totally
ridiculous”, what does that mean for
the commission? This is an inordinately
powerful organisation run by unelected
bureaucrats who are constantly taking
power away from elected national
parliaments. To make matters
worse these commissioners receive
salaries and perks that verge on the
obscene while their actions are given
minimal oversight.
This whole thing is led by a man
whose experience as prime minister
of Luxembourg included doing
tax deals with multinational
corporations and who once said:
“When it becomes serious, you have
to lie.”
Yes, the European Parliament is a
sham but this is nothing compared to
the outrage that is the European
Commission. People in glass houses
shouldn’t throw stones, Jean-Claude.
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8
T THE general election the
Conservatives beat Labour by
nearly 800,000 votes, not that
you’d have known it from Jeremy
Corbyn’s reaction. The Labour leader
and his hard-Left allies have been
behaving as if they just won a landslide.
Even with the backing of Labour MPs
(by no means a given), the SNP, the Lib
Dems and Plaid Cymru, Corbyn would
still be short of a majority. Yet none of
this has stopped him and his followers
from claiming a right to govern.
This is disgraceful behaviour that
undermines our democracy. As a new
poll shows that Theresa May is the
public’s favourite for the top job it is
time for the arrogant Labour leadership
to accept the election result.
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HEN she was a schoolgirl Kara
Lily Hayworth was told to “work
hard and go for it” by Cilla
Black. Well, the up and coming
actress has just been chosen to play the
late singer in a new musical. She has
confessed to feeling nervous but if she
keeps following Cilla’s advice it’ll surely
be all right on the night.
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NLESS you’re a real
political anorak you
won’t have noticed
that Jeremy Corbyn
carried out a reshuffle
of his frontbench team
on Monday. It was prompted
by the sacking last week of
those Labour frontbenchers
who voted – against the Labour
whip – for the UK to stay in the
single market.
It was low level stuff and
you’re unlikely to have heard of
any of the MPs involved – either
those who were sacked or
those who have replaced them.
Melanie Onn? Holly Lynch?
Karl Turner? Paul Sweeney?
See what I mean.
But for all that, their appointment to the front bench is
deeply significant. Because it
shows that the problem with
today’s Labour Party is not
confined simply to the hardLeft extremists who are now
in control.
Shamefully, many moderate
Labour MPs who once refused
to serve under Mr Corbyn have
now buried their misgivings –
and their principles – and joined
him. Ms Onn, for example, said
last year that there could never
be unity in the party under Mr
Corbyn. Now she is his housing
spokeswoman. Holly Lynch said
last year that Mr Corbyn was
an ineffective leader. Now she
has taken an environment role.
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HEY are not alone.
Even the likes of Yvette
Cooper
and
Chuka
Umunna, moderate and sensible Labour MPs who have
always rejected the politics of
hate and the class war represented by Mr Corbyn, and who
have had nothing to do with
him since he became leader,
have now started talking about
how they misjudged his appeal
and how the Labour Party
should unite again.
Shame on them all. Jeremy
Corbyn hasn’t changed from
before the election. His hardLeft allies haven’t changed. He
is still the same man who has
backed some of the most
appalling causes in human history – such as terrorist group
Hamas, which he has called
“serious and hard working” and
“an organisation dedicated
towards the good of the Palestinian people… dedicated to
social justice”.
Only one thing has changed
– the Labour leader secured 40
per cent of the vote at the election. And that of course is the
issue with the group now in
control of the Labour Party is
about far more than social
media abuse.
Last month at Glastonbury,
John McDonnell, the Shadow
Chancellor, accused previous
governments of “murder” over
the Grenfell Tower fire. Think
about that. He was saying that
British politicians deliberately
planned the execution of all the
innocent victims of Grenfell.
That is simply sick. But it
is wholly of a piece with Mr
McDonnell’s past form. This is
a man who actually backed the
IRA. As he put it in 2003: “It’s
about time we started honouring those people involved in
the armed struggle. It was the
bombs and bullets and sacrifice made by the likes of Bobby
Sands that brought Britain to
the negotiating table.”
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crux of it. Because for some
MPs – the more dimwitted, it
has to be said – the problem
with Jeremy Corbyn was simply that he was unelectable.
Labour’s appalling poll ratings led almost all of us – Labour
MPs as well as pundits – to conclude that under his leadership
Labour was heading for electoral disaster. When that didn’t
happen, the argument that Mr
Corbyn is electorally toxic was
effectively destroyed.
But that has always been the
wrong objection. The objection
to Mr Corbyn’s leadership
should never have been thought
of as one of pragmatism but
one of principle. The problem
with Mr Corbyn and his hard-
Left allies is not whether or not
they can win but their politics.
The issue is not that they are
electorally toxic but that their
politics are toxic.
Take social media. Even a
cursory glance shows, for example, the venom with which the
Corbynites attack opponents.
I know for example that when
this piece appears online I will
be subjected to all kinds of
abuse and threats on Twitter.
That is how the hard Left now
operates.
The latest buzzword with
which anyone who does not
subscribe to the Corbynite
world view is described as
“slug” – a classic piece of totalitarian denunciation. But the
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best of our movement”.
Those Labour MPs who have
looked at the election result
and concluded that they were
wrong about Mr Corbyn’s
electability, and so they should
put aside their differences
and work for him, have it quite
the wrong way round.
It is precisely because Mr
Corbyn has done so well in an
election that it is all the more
vital that decent Labour MPs
do their level best to ensure
that the nightmare of Jeremy
Corbyn as prime minister and
the hard Left in control of
Whitehall does not happen.
There is a fascinating parallel
here with the Republicans and
President Trump. The acquiescence of moderate Republicans in the success of President
Trump – first in the primaries
and then during last year’s
election – has not only landed
the US with a maniac in the
Oval Office. It will also rebound,
surely, on the Republicans who
stood by and let it happen –
and even worse on those who
became actively complicit.
So with Mr Corbyn. The
Labour Party has a proud and
honourable history of governing through democratic norms
for decent ends.
Those MPs who, at the first
sign of possible power, are
prepared to ditch that history
and ally themselves with the
hard Left, deserve nothing but
scorn and condemnation. They
shame themselves, they shame
politics and they shame the
Labour Party.
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I REALLY do hope that
self-driving cars catch on,
having been mightily
impressed by Ford’s
self-parking car a few years
ago, but I doubt very much
if they will ever do everything
despite the optimism of
the experts.
Here in Devon we spend an
awful lot of time going
backwards along narrow
country lanes where two cars
cannot pass. It requires
judgment and familiarity with
the surroundings, when cars
meet. Which vehicle is nearer
to a passing space? What
about that horse I passed
which will soon be here
behind me? Has either driver
got other cars behind? Is one
vehicle so big and clumsy
(eg, a baler) that it makes
sense to give way to it?
A car cannot think in those
terms. So I suspect it will be
just like all those robots we
have been promised for
decades to do our
housework. I still pick up my
own mop and duster and I
suspect I will always reach
for my own reverse gear.
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A FORMER colleague at
Westminster, Jacques
Arnold, remarked to me recently
that he feared the young were
going to have to go through
what we all endured in the
1970s before they understood
what fundamentalist socialism
really does to a country’s
economy.
Wrong, Jacques. We are all
going to have to go through it.
We, who have learned the
lessons of history, will be
doomed to repeat them along
with those who have not, should
Corbyn ever prevail.
It will not only be the young
who will spend the rest of their
lives paying for it should those
circumstances occur but we
oldies too.
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OH, what a daft fuss about
Jon Snow, who apparently
cannot recollect shouting out
an obscenity about the
Tories while he was at
Glastonbury. He probably did
but so what? To be sure, it
was undignified and vulgar
but whom does that hurt
other than himself and his
reputation?
Nobody in his right senses
thinks Jon is anything but a
Leftie. What matters is not
what he thinks (it’s a free
country) but how he does his
job and he does it well. He
interviewed me numerous
times and I knew well enough
he was never going to be
sympathetic (unless I was
talking about prison reform
in which we had a shared
interest) but an interviewer
can be tough without being
unfair or bullying and that
sums up Snow.
Any politician urging a
boycott merely because this
news presenter has
confirmed what we all knew
anyway is a snowflake.
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I was right to hang
on to my old clothes
M
Y hostess was effusive:
“My dear, you look
love-elly.” I was wearing a 30-year-old dress
and carrying a 50-yearold handbag which I
had bought while still a student.
Both items had spent a long time
unused in wardrobes, the dress
because first I grew too fat for it
and then because the style was out
of fashion but from time to time it
became modish again and was
retrieved and worn.
The pink handbag was big enough
to carry round the purse, hankie
and comb I carried as a student
but a political career saw me opt
for shoulder bags with umpteen
different compartments as the
world changed with the advent of
credit cards, business cards, pagers
and then mobiles. So it became a
bag to be used only occasionally on
dressy occasions.
Yet the de-clutterers tell us to get
rid of everything we haven’t worn or
used for two years. What a waste!
One of my nephews is just upgrading from a first home to a bigger one. He and his wife spent a
couple of happy hours in my loft
recently selecting pictures, mirrors
and even an ancient golf club. Thank
heaven I kept it all when I concertinaed the contents of my mother’s
house, my London house and my
tiny constituency cottage into the
abode on Dartmoor.
Then there is technology which
becomes redundant while you look
at it. A few months ago my computer scanner went wrong but it didn’t
matter because I had hoarded my
old fax machine.
Indeed when we were leaving parliament and handing back all our
shiny, state of the art computers,
the authorities turned up their noses at our battered, elderly dictating
machines. Nobody used those any
more, I was told. It was all digital
these days. So I brought them home
and my secretary has used them
ever since, with the last one giving
up the ghost only this very week.
Anyway, minimalist homes are
soulless. Clutter contains memories, amusement, associations. Bare
surfaces offer nothing. So hoarders
unite. We have lost nothing if we
have kept it.
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THERE has been a lot of
outraged expostulation at
Sam Cam’s claim to be
unable to afford designer
clothes after forking out
for the mortgage and child
care. Er… doesn’t anyone
think she may have said it
with her tongue firmly in
her cheek?
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THEY just don’t get it do
they? EU negotiators want the
European Court of Justice to
retain power over Britain. Which
bit of “leaving” don’t they
understand?
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HAVING A LAUGH? Samantha, wife of former PM David Cameron
ALL medicine has an experimental
beginning. The US treatment
being offered to little Charlie
Gard has seemingly helped others
and the only way we can know if
Charlie’s life could be saved is to
try. His parents and he deserve
that opportunity.
Doctors here cannot be certain
that it will not work and could
be as wrong as they have been
before. Everyone from the Pope
and the President of the United
States down to the smallest
donor who has contributed to
the £1.3million raised for the
treatment wants that small wisp
of humanity to have a chance.
Only God can know the
outcome if the treatment is
given and it is time British
doctors, who are so keen to let
Charlie die, stopped pretending
to be omniscient.
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THOSE who sat in judgment on
Stephen Chittenden, the solicitor
who passed on confidential
information and thus brought a
murderer to justice, needed the
wisdom of Solomon. There are
certain people for whom the duty of
confidentiality is absolute: lawyers,
priests, doctors, Samaritans. Any
breach shatters confidence in their
professions or roles. Yet I do not
agree with the conclusion of the
Solicitors’ Regulation Authority
that Chittenden’s conduct was
“utterly unacceptable” because in
this case it wasn’t simply a matter of
justice but, crucially, of saving lives.
A girl of 16 was strangled and
stabbed 43 times, her teenaged
friend was charged with murder but
acquitted. However Chittenden,
who represented him, realised from
evidence he had seen that the boy’s
stepfather was involved. The police
shrugged but the girl’s family began
a civil action, won and then at last
there was a prosecution. The action
was successful because Chittenden
had released confidential papers to
the family’s lawyers. During the trial
it emerged that the murderer was
obsessed with Jack the Ripper and
used to stab pictures of women.
It is that last line which says it all.
If Chittenden had kept quiet then
other women might have died. He
may have been unprofessional but
he was moral and that must be his
comfort now he has been forced to
withdraw from practice.
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According to a report I
read last week, the Conservatives are considering
scrapping tuition fees as
they flail around for ways to attract
young voters. It’s the clearest example of desperation I’ve seen since
William Hague wore a baseball cap.
At present about half of all young
people now go on to higher education. My son is one of them. His
mother and I would have been just
as happy if he’d wanted to go
straight into the world of work. But,
like many his age, I suspect,
he opted for university as much
because it was a way of delaying
a decision on what he ultimately
wanted to do after the course.
By definition, the possession of a
degree becomes more devalued the
more people have them. And academic attainment does not guarantee ability, as I discovered over the
years from the number of graduates
who wrote to me in my previous job,
and couldn’t even be bothered to
spell my name correctly. Journalism
is one of many careers in which an
eager 16 or 18-year-old could just as
easily succeed as a graduate, yet
precious few enter it without a
degree now.
The notion that universities are
crucibles for testing ideas and provoking debate is similarly complacent. Professor Dennis Hayes, a cofounder of Academics for Academic
Freedom, highlighted the grip that
groupthink holds on higher education. “There are so many things that
could be discussed that you dare
not say,” he claimed. “Gay rights,
feminism, gender fluidity, fear of
Islamophobia… just discussing any
of these things can get you in serious trouble if not the sack.”
That’s the real university challenge of the moment. And a policy
of unquestioningly paying for more
and more students to go to them
should be marked as a fail.
Take a look at the law man
However, if you want your faith in higher education restored, look
no further than Nathan Law. I watched him on the TV news last
week, interviewed during the visit of China’s leader Xi Jinping to
Hong Kong to mark the 20th anniversary of the UK’s handover of the
former colony. Previously a student leader, Law last year became the
youngest member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, at 23. He
has led the protests calling on China to honour its so far unfulfilled
pledge made 20 years ago to hold full and free democratic
elections there.
To listen to someone so young who truly understands the fathomless
value of freedom of expression was inspiring and moving. Unlike our
own student leaders, who prefer the equivalent of sticking their fingers
in their ears and shouting “la-la-la!” loudly whenever confronted by an
issue that challenges their comfortable assumptions, Law is brave
enough to cross swords with a sinister regime that has frequently
seized Hong Kong dissidents and bundled them back to the prison
camps of the mainland for having the temerity to speak out. He is a
real activist.
Let me preface my
following comments
by saying Rafa
Nadal is my favourite
tennis player. That doesn’t
mean I am anything other
than a huge fan too of
Andy Murray, who’s
always a credit to his
sport and his country. It’s
just that I love the
streetfighter in Nadal,
pictured, to whom no shot
is a lost cause. He must be
so dispiriting to play
against. He’s also equally
gracious in victory
or defeat.
And yet the more
uncharitable side of me
(yes, amazingly it does
exist) couldn’t help but
notice what looked like
the beginnings of a bald
spot beneath his tousled
locks during his opening
Wimbledon match this
week. I do hope so.
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risk of deadliest cancers’
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DRINKING just a couple of beers
or glasses of wine a day raises the
risk of suffering two of the deadliest forms of cancer by more than a
fifth, research claims.
Britons down an average of 2.1
drinks daily, placing them among
the most vulnerable to both
the bowel and gullet forms of the
disease.
Anyone having four or more
drinks a day is also at increased
risk of liver, gastric and pancreatic
cancer.
The five cancers cause almost
three million deaths a year, says a
report published by United European Gastroenterology (UEG).
No countries within the EU were
JENNIFER Lopez lit
the touch paper in
style during the
Fourth Of July
celebrations in New
York.
Taking to the stage
for a pre-filmed
performance featured
in Macy’s Fourth Of
July Fireworks
Spectacular, the
47-year-old showed
off her curves in
some sexy outfits.
The mother-of-two,
set hearts and pulses
racing with a sleek
black one-piece,
featuring a
strategically placed
gold studded panel.
She performed her
new single Ni Tu Ni Yo
and said: “The song
is really about when
love takes you by
surprise – ‘Ni Tu Ni
Yo,’ ‘Not You, Not Me’
– really expected this
to happen, you
know?”
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kissing her new man
Alex Rodriguez
between takes. They
recently enjoyed a
romantic getaway in
Paris.
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found to have only ‘light’ alcohol
consumption – less than one drink
a day, on average.
Drinking across the Continent is
higher than in any other area in
the world, with more than one fifth
of the European population over
the age of 15 drinking heavily at
least once a week.
As a result, Europe suffers from
the highest proportion of ill health
and premature death directly
linked to alcohol.
But despite this, as many as
nine in 10 people are unaware of
the link between alcohol and
cancer, the report says. Digestive
health expert Professor Markus
Peck, a member of UEG’s public
affairs committee, said: “One of
the main challenges in addressing
high drinking levels is how deeply
embedded alcohol consumption
is within European society, both
socially and culturally.
“Political action like minimum
pricing and reducing access to
alcohol needs to be taken now to
prevent many future casualties.”
Sir Ian Gilmore, chairman of the
Alcohol Health Alliance, said:
“These findings show clearly that
because of current consumption
levels in Britain we are some of the
most at-risk people for developing
these types of cancers.”
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NICHOLAS SAILED CLOSE TO THE WIND
AS THE resident comedian at the Windmill Theatre in
the 1950s Nicholas Parsons says the shows were
often so risqué punters would often hide their identities
while waiting to get in.
“I was the resident comic there and I saw more nudity
than anyone,” says the 93-year-old Just A Minute host
who got his job at the theatre in 1952. “The audience
queueing outside used to hide behind umbrellas and
newspapers as they did not want to be seen!”
The performances provoked such controversy they
had to gain the royal seal of approval beforehand. “The
Lord Chamberlain inspected the censorship of the
shows,” he adds. “The Lord Chamberlain did not mind
naked people on the stage so long as they did not move
[as] that was found to be disgusting.” Quite right too!
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ED SHEERAN has become at least
a temporary Twitter quitter after
struggling to cope with online
abuse.
The sensitive singer, who has
19 million followers on the site, said:
“I’ve actually come off Twitter
completely. I can’t read it. I go on it
and there’s nothing but people
saying mean things. One comment
ruins your day. The [challenge] has
been trying to work out why people
dislike me so much.”
The 26-year-old, who hasn’t
actually deleted the account but
will post tweets that have been
automatically generated on
Instagram and not be posting
manually, has singled out fellow pop
star Lady Gaga’s fans, claiming
many of them are responsible for
the “abuse”.
He explains: “[They] read an
interview in which they assumed
I was talking about her and they all
hate… and it wasn’t anything to do
with [her] at all.
“So I think Twitter gets on a
massive steam roll of assuming
things and then you get in the
[firing line].”
Some of the tweets that the
hit-maker has struggled with
commonly include: “Irritating ginger
busker” and “Tiny Tim”.
However, his hit song Galway Girl
– in which Ed describes falling for a
woman who “played the fiddle in an
Irish band” – has incited a special
torrent of ridicule. “Revolting,
fudged cultural appropriation,”
tweeted one user.
Ed’s comments follow him having
to defend himself against
accusations of using a backing track
while headlining Glastonbury last
month. Other artists to have taken
a Twitter hiatus previously include,
Adele, Kanye West and Zayn
Malik.
JENNIFER
LAWRENCE appears
to be channelling
her inner Bridget Jones –
or should that be
Superman – by donning a
huge pair of visible pants
for the Christian Dior
70th anniversary party in
Paris… as you do.
The 26-year-old seemed
to use the borderline
boxer shorts as a
modesty-protection
mechanism, underneath
her completely seethrough dress which she
paired with a tasselled
top for the swanky bash.
Or perhaps she’d been
told like so many of us
growing up, “don’t go out
without clean underwear
on” and her mum just
wanted to see the
evidence for herself?
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Secret... WHICH
real reason he hasn’t worked for years?
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email us at diary@express.co.uk
DAVID BECKHAM has posted a particularly
gushy public tribute to wife Victoria on their
18th wedding anniversary.
The pair married on July 4, 1999, and to mark the
occasion, the former footballer posted some old images
of their previous sartorial choices on Instagram.
The 42-year-old shared the now infamous shot in
matching black leather outfits, and captioned it
mockingly: “Wow we really did this,” before adding:
“Happy Anniversary to an amazing wife, mummy and
strong business woman. Love you x.” Fashion designer
Victoria, 43, then shared a picture from their nuptials of
them smiling in their wedding outfits as David held their
eldest son Brooklyn, who was just a baby at the time.
She captioned the happy image: “I love you. Kisses x.”
Shame she couldn’t just have told him directly.
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LOUISE REDKNAPP looks almost unrecognisable
as she gets set to make her stage debut as Sally
Bowles in Cabaret, which is touring the UK from
September 21.
Having honed her dancing skills in 1990s girlband
ETERNAL then more recently on Strictly, the 42-yearold will star alongside fellow Strictly alumnus WILL
YOUNG in RUFUS NORRIS’s award-winning production.
“It was one of the scariest things I’ve done, and the
most intimidating,” she said. “For the first time in my
life I had to go for a real proper audition and learn a
script and act and put myself out there.”
&
MIKE RUTHERFORD is
grateful he started out in the
1960s as he believes it’s so
much tougher for musicians today.
“I worry about young artists,” the
66-year-old former GENESIS star
– who played British Summertime
Hyde Park with his current band
MIKE + THE MECHANICS over the
weekend – tells Day & Night. “In my
day your first album was a bit of
revenue. It might give you enough
money to live off for a year but that’s
gone now. I mean why would you
buy an album when you can join a
streaming site for £10 a month? It’s
a bit unfair on young artists really.”
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Top Tory aide dies after a
fall at his own stag party
A LEADING Tory aide died on
his stag trip in Greece after
suffering head injuries in a fall.
Ben Davies, 32, was deputy
chief of staff for the Conservative group sitting in the Welsh
Government.
The former Oxford University student, who was with
six close friends on the party
island of Mykonos, was due
to marry Emily Russ in three
weeks.
Emily, 31, flew to his bedside
and posted on Facebook:
“Positivity is the way forward!!
The boy is a fighter!
“Probably one of the main
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reasons why I love him so
much!”
But Ben never came around
from the fall and died in
hos-pital on Sunday night.
A friend of the couple said:
“It is heartbreaking. They were
meant for each other.
“The
wedding
was
all
arranged.
Now
they
are
making plans to bring him
back for a funeral.
Lifelong Wales rugby fan Ben
and Emily had just bought
their first house in Cardiff.
Emily, from Carrickfergus,
Co Antrim, was said to be
“inconsolable”.
Ben’s colleague and friend
Vincent Bailey said: “He was
incredibly bright and such a
big character. He will be impossible to forget or replace.
“He was a good friend and
it’s just terribly sad.”
Ben studied history at the
London School of Economics
before going on to get an
MSc in Russian and European
Studies at Oxford.
He worked as an adviser for
the Liberal Democrats in the
2010 general election, helping
to get Duncan Hames elected
as Wiltshire’s first Liberal MP
in 86 years.
He later volunteered for
the Conservatives in London
before landing a job with
the Tory party in the Welsh
Assembly Government.
Cardiff Conservative councillor Jayne Cowan said: “Ben
was a great figure on the campaign trail. He was very bright
and very articulate.
“He had this fascinating
sense of humour. You remembered when you were in his
presence even if there were 10
other people there. He was
special. It’s absolutely tragic.”
Ben Davies
and Emily
Russ who
were due
to marry
in three
weeks and,
left, the
Greek
holiday
island of
Mykonos
where the
tragedy
took place
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the ultimate test of
strength, skill and courage, its competitors revered as supreme athletes.
Jousting – in which two
knights wearing 130lb of armour
hurtle towards each other on
horseback at 30mph with the
sole aim of smashing each other
to the ground – has always
held a special place in the
nation’s psyche.
Indeed it was England’s first
national sport, the favourite
pastime of Henry VIII and the
means by which heroes such as
Sir Lancelot proved their worth
as Knights of the Round Table.
Now after a five-century hiatus
jousting is set to return with a
vengeance. English Heritage is
staging a series of live jousting
tournaments throughout the
summer, in which the thrills of
the original sport will be played
out for modern audiences.
“The knights that you’ll see
are among the best in the world,”
says Dominic Sewell, 49, who
jousts professionally. “Achieving
that level in such a physically
and mentally demanding field is
no mean feat but for the audience it certainly makes for a
thrilling experience.”
The events promise all the
pageantry one might expect but
also a very real physical edge.
Research by the University of
Bath on 33-year-old jouster Roy
Murray has shown that the
demands placed on competitors
require levels of fitness at least
the equal of modern champion
sportsmen. Tests showed Murray to have a core stability better
than professional swimmers and
an alignment and balance comparable with leading acrobats.
“Jousting requires physical
prowess on a par with professional footballers, tennis players
and Formula One drivers combined,” says sports scientist
Jonathan Robinson, who subjected Murray to a range of aerobic and cardiovascular tests.
“What is remarkable is the high
standard of fitness demonstrated
across a wide range of areas.”
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AS Donald Trump prepares to meet
Russian rival Vladimir Putin for the first
time on Friday, commentators eagerly
anticipate the pair’s handshake.
The American President often insists on
greeting foreign leaders by grabbing their
hands and tugging them towards him, in
an apparent attempt to establish
dominance.
Such a trick is unlikely to work on Putin.
As well as being a judo black belt, the
former KGB man is renowned for his own
mind games against political opponents.
An “Olympian level of macho posturing”, is
expected on the big day.
WHILE Priscilla Presley has denied gossip
that she and Sir Tom Jones are a romantic
item after the pair were spotted on a dinner
date, what would her late
husband Elvis, pictured,
make of it all?
Sir Tom, a close pal of the
King of Rock ’n’ Roll,
admits the legendary star
might have disapproved of
him being out on the town
with his ex-wife. “I really
don’t know how Elvis would
feel about us having dinner
together – he probably wouldn’t be too sure,”
the Welshman has acknowledged.
WASPISH Strictly judge Craig Revel
Horwood, who confirms he will be
attending his friend the Duchess of
Cornwall’s 70th birthday celebrations later
this month, claims Prince Charles is less
enthusiastic about the BBC show.
“Camilla loves Strictly but Charles is not
so keen,” he has explained. “They squabble
over the remote and Camilla always wins.”
NEWS that Spandau Ballet frontman Tony
Hadley has left the group – they re-formed in
2009 – comes months after bandmate Martin
Kemp admitted relations had soured.
Bassist Kemp, who also enjoys an acting
career, recently confessed: “We were back
together but we’ve fallen out again now. You
can’t keep us together for very long!” He
added: “There’s five of us in the band and you
have to get all five to say yes at the same
point. That’s where it becomes difficult.”
MODERN KNIGHTS: Competitors
at Linlithgow in Scotland recently
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just the start of it. To
ride a 2,000lb horse at
30mph with one hand while wearing nine stone of armour is an
achievement in itself – to do so
while aiming a lance twice your
own height at a moving target
and being able to see through a
5mm slit in your helmet requires
another level of skill altogether.
And then of course there is the
very real possibility that you’re
going to end up getting hurt at
the end of it all.
“We all wear small shields which
curve and bring the lance into us
to stop it slipping away, but that’s
also focusing that hit directly
into us,” says Murray. “So that’s
a 40mph impact we’re taking
each time we get struck.”
The first recorded tournament
was in 1066, established to provide a platform for knights to
demonstrate their skills for William the Conqueror. These mock
battles became so popular that
by the late 12th century King
Henry II even banned jousting,
for fear that too many of his
knights were being killed.
After the ban was lifted by
Richard I, jousting soared in
popularity as both a spectator
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sport and a means for noblemen
to prove their worth.
By the 16th century the ability
to joust was a status symbol,
epitomised by Henry VIII, who
was unbeatable as a young man
but at 44 suffered such a bad
fall he was unconscious for two
hours.
Worse was to befall King Henry
II of France. During a tournament in 1559 a shard of wood
struck him in the eye. He died of
septicaemia 10 days later.
It was to prove fatal to the
sport. As the invention of muskets changed the way war was
waged, just a century after Henry
VIII’s victories on the field, it had
become little more than a historical oddity. This summer, however,
English Heritage hopes to show
that jousting still has appeal
and that modern-day knights are
every bit the equal of their medieval counterparts.
“Historically boys would have
been trained from an early age,
working hard to acquire the
strength and skill required,” says
Dominic Sewell. “While modern
lifestyles are very different, to
joust properly in the 21st century
requires the same dedication.”
Warwick Castle,
Warwickshire – throughout
the summer
Eltham Palace, London –
July 8-9
Hever Castle, Kent –
Weekends from July 15
Arundel Castle, West Sussex
– July 25-30
Beeston Castle, Cheshire
– July 29-30
Framlingham Castle, Suffolk
– July 29-30
Tynemouth Priory,
Northumbria – July 29-30,
August 12-13
Pendennis Castle, Cornwall
– August 1-2, 8-9, 15-16
Loxwood Meadow, West
Sussex – August 5-6 and
12-13
Dover Castle, Kent –
August 12-13
Blenheim Palace,
Oxfordshire – August 18-20
Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire
– August 19-20
Kenilworth Castle,
Warwickshire – August 27-28
Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire –
August 27-28
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SCREEN siren Gina Lollobrigida, who
turned 90 this week, recalls the sexual
advances of late monarch Rainier III of
Monaco, during the latter’s marriage to
fellow film star Grace Kelly.
“He would make passes at me in front
of her [Kelly] in their home,” the actress
has insisted. “Obviously, I said, ‘No!’”
She adds: “He was burned up at me for
20 years for refusing him.”
JUST days after sparking a row with Serena
Williams, pictured, when he suggested she
would struggle in the men’s game, outspoken
former Wimbledon
champion John McEnroe
now adds fuel to the
flames.
Highlighting Serena’s
decision to pose nude on
the front of a magazine
while pregnant – just as
Hollywood actress Demi
Moore did more than two
decades ago – McEnroe
accuses her of courting publicity. “She also
said to me, ‘Respect my privacy,’” he points
out, sarcastically adding: “And then I saw her
doing a Demi Moore lookalike thing on the
cover of Vanity Fair.”
SIR CLIFF RICHARD, seen back in
Wimbledon’s royal box this week, once
famously performed an impromptu show
for tennis fans during a rain delay on
Centre Court.
Noting subsequent building work on the
prestigious venue, he has since joked:
“They say the reason they put a roof on
Centre Court was to stop me singing.”
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The death of a beloved pet is
‘worse than losing a relative’
LOSING a pet plunges thousands
of Britons into a grief so intense
they need medical help.
Some 53 per cent of 2,000 people
quizzed in a survey described the
death of an animal as the same or
greater than losing a relative.
Around one in eight seeks
support, with 3.4 per cent opting
for counselling and 8.3 per cent for
anti-depressants.
And 40 per cent think their pet’s
spirit will live on, believing they
have been or will be visited by the
animal’s ghost.
Owners love their pets so much
that one in five is prepared to pay
for a proper funeral with the average death costing £165.29 – and
some up to £500. Despite one in 10
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owners paying as much as £2,000 to
cover vet costs, more than half still
get a new pet.
And one in three buries their
pet’s remains in their back garden,
found the survey for pet insurers
Animalfriends.co.uk.
A spokesman said: “It can be very
distressing when you lose a pet, as
many people have them for years
and consider them a member of
the family.”
Experts say pet owners become
so distraught because the animal is
totally dependent on them.
Dr Thomas Fletcher, of Leeds
Beckett University, said: “We
humanise our pets – they are not
just animals but become actual
members of our family.
“Particularly for elderly people
the animal is the one they invest
so much of their time and energy
into. For that person in particular,
an animal’s loss is felt more keenly
than that of a human.
“Because pets are entirely
dependent on us, those who are
lonely invest even more of their
time because they are reliant on us
for everything.
“They become literally our entire
world.”
Mental health expert Dr Helen
Brooks of Manchester University
said: “Pets accept people for who
they are.”
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owners failing to clean up after
pets if they foul the streets has led
to a council facing a charge of
creating a “secret police”.
Liverpool’s Labour mayor Joe
Anderson defended his scheme
saying he needs public help to
catch culprits.
He is offering cash payments
equivalent to a year’s council tax.
But critics say participants are
“pooper snoopers”.
They fear unscrupulous people
may mock up fake images to claim
the windfall.
TaxPayers’ Alliance spokesman
James Price said: “People will
have to check their calendars and
make sure that this isn’t April 1.”
Lib Dem councillor Andrew
Makinson said: “I can see people
being attacked in the street, this
would put people at risk.”
And Lib Dem leader Richard
Kemp said: “I’d just employ more
dog wardens. Responsible owners
clean up after their dogs. It’s the
irresponsible ones who are more
likely to be aggressive.”
Dog walker Ian Evans, 45, said:
“It is like hiring a new generation
of secret police or informants.”
But the defiant mayor Mr
Anderson said yesterday: “This
isn’t snooping or shopping your
neighbours.
“As far as I am concerned, you
wouldn’t call someone a
neighbour if they let their dog foul
all over the street.”
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Sorry dear,
I think I’ve
flooded
the engine
JOINING a car pool might be
a great idea but this driver
took it a bit too literally.
An elderly woman motorist
went off the deep end as she
was leaving a posh resort in
her 4x4 – and ended up in the
swimming pool.
It is thought she hit the accelerator instead of the brake,
bounced off another car and
became airborne.
Police estimate she was
doing up to 60mph when she
crashed through a fence and
landed in the water in the US
state of Colorado.
As the vehicle began to sink
three bystanders dived in
to pull the dazed 73-year-old
to safety.
Rescuer Corey Youso said:
“I got through the window
and another man opened the
door. In an instant the car
submerged.”
The pool at the Cheyenne
Mountain Resort in Colorado
Springs was shut and luckily
nobody was hurt.
The woman is to be charged
with careless driving.
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Life for dad
who killed
his baby girl
The elderly woman’s 4x4 lies submerged in the resort’s pool after she is believed to have hit the accelerator instead of the brake
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McGovern said that while teachers should be congratulated for
the improvement, there is still
“a long way to go”.
He said: “We are seriously
falling behind in our education
standards and we are refusing to
accept reality.
“Since the 1950s we have
increased expenditure in real
terms by 900 per cent and yet we
are the only country in the developed world where grandparents
outperform grandchildren in literacy and numeracy.”
SATs tests have long been
controversial, with unions arguing they put too much pressure
on children and the results are
not a reliable measure of school
performance.
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TWO in five primary school pupils
have failed to meet expected
standards in reading, writing and
maths in their SATs tests.
This is because teachers do not
know enough English and maths
to teach to an acceptable level,
critics say.
Only 61 per cent of pupils
reached the expected standard
in 2017, according to Department
for Education data yesterday.
This means 39 per cent of the
half a million 11-year-olds across
England who took the national
curriculum tests in May did not
measure up.
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The results, which are used in
school league tables, relate to the
first full year of a tougher curriculum launched by the Government
last year.
The figures show an improvement on 2016 in all areas with 71
per cent of pupils meeting the
expected standard in reading,
compared with 66 per cent.
And 75 per cent of pupils met
the standard in maths, compared
with 70 per cent.
The standard in grammar,
punctuation and spelling was
met by 77 per cent of pupils,
compared with 73 per cent. And
76 per cent of pupils met the
standard in writing, compared
with 74 per cent.
But former Government adviser
Chris McGovern, who was con-
sulted by the DfE on re-designing
the tests, said that more must be
done to educate teachers on how
to teach the new system.
Mr McGovern – chair of Campaign For Real Education which
calls for higher standards in
schools – said: “We need to
re-educate teachers in the basic
skills of numeracy and literacy.
“Most primary school teachers
don’t have much more than a C in
maths and English GCSE.
“We have a generation of
teachers who haven’t been taught
grammar and maths to any
acceptable level.
“They are trying very hard but
they themselves find the tests
very difficult. It is difficult to set
the bar high when teachers
cannot do the tests.” Mr
A FATHER who brutally
murdered his
six-month-old daughter
on Christmas Day was
jailed yesterday for life.
Lee Parker repeatedly
struck baby Aya’s head
against a bathroom door
and wall after drinking
heavily on Christmas
Eve and taking drugs.
Aya’s mother, Zofia
Kucharczyk, had left
Parker, 33, looking after
their daughter while she
went out with her new
partner, Bristol Crown
Court heard.
Mr Justice Phillips
said Parker had carried
out a “sustained and
murderous attack”.
He called emergency
services at 1am on
Christmas Day, shortly
after Aya died from
“catastrophic” head
injuries.
A post-mortem
examination found her
jaw had been broken
several hours earlier.
Parker, of Kingswood,
Gloucester, pleaded
guilty to murder on the
first day of his trial.
He will serve at least 15
years and two months.
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ISIS recruiter Sally Jones, whose
12-year-old son was reportedly
used as child fighter and was
encouraged to execute soldiers,
wants to come back to the UK.
What are the odds on our
politically correct MPs allowing
that? Nobody but nobody should
be allowed back from Isis.
Withdraw their UK passports as
we have enough of these idiots in
Britain already.
Richard Waring,
Portsmouth
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WHEN are these people on the
Parole Board, who say that
Kenneth Noye could be moved to
an open prison, going to realise
how much grief it must cause the
relatives of those he murdered
(“M25 killer Noye may get moved
to open prison”, July 4)?
He was a dangerous man who
had no regard for human life and
should serve his full sentence in a
high-security nick not a cushy open
prison.
I wonder if members of the
Parole Board would have voted this
way if he had murdered one of their
relatives.
Ron Jobes,
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I ENJOYED the article by Ross
Clark (“Cutting the pay of fat-cat
executives would ease deficit”, July
4) but the problems he wants to
address will not be solved with pay
rises in percentage terms.
If someone earns £80k, a two per
cent rise equals £1,600 a year but
for someone on £22k that equates
to only £440 a year, thus the gap
gets ever wider.
Pay rises should be awarded at a
set rate, say £20 per week.
Robert Pullen,
Bingham, Notts
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SURELY the easy option for
funding public sector pay would be
to drastically reduce the benefits of
the scroungers who I see lazing out
in the sunshine daily with cans of
beer and a cigarette.
They are funded by the likes of
NHS workers and the police who
are paying taxes to hand money to
these work-shy parasites.
Vivian Bowden,
High Wycombe, Bucks
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HAVING just taken a holiday, I
must reply to the issue of children
not being in school (“Parents face
£60 fines if their children are late
for school”, July 3).
I was appalled, on arriving at our
hotel in Mallorca, to find many,
many British families and their
children during what is term time.
Whilst everyone is entitled to a
holiday surely education is the
single most important thing for our
children? It defines their career
and long-term objectives in life.
Surely someone, somewhere in
power can sort out the pricing of
holidays and give everyone a level
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SO after all this time and after all of the jihadis and
murderers that Sally Jones has recruited, she is now
desperate to return to her home in the UK (“ ‘Crying Isis
recruiter Sally Jones desperate to return to UK’ after
being held in Syria”, July 4).
She took her son away from his home to join Isis and
played her part in many, many deaths abroad and maybe
even in this country.
Her alleged desire has nothing to do with the “defeat”
of Isis in Mosul, has it?
This is exactly the reason that thousands of Isis
fighters’ bodies haven’t been found. They have fled the
war to instil their terror on countries allowing them in.
Sally Jones must never be allowed back into Britain. If
she is, and is sentenced to prison time, she will radicalise
others.
She must face charges of treason at the very least and
she would deserve the death penalty if we had one.
Ashley Smith,
March, Cambs VICTORY: Iraqi soldiers celebrate defeating Isis
playing field. I doubt very much if
those who work in the hotels see
their wages increase during certain
times of the year.
Granville Price,
Tredegar, Gwent
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IT’S deplorable that some students
have admitted voting twice in the
General Election (“Reckless
students should be charged with
voting fraud”, Letters, July 3).
How have they been allowed to
vote once at home and again where
their university/college is based
and who else has done it?
Nobody should be allowed to
vote out of their home
constituency, as this totally distorts
the result, as we witnessed in June.
Obviously the younger
generation has no scruples and
feels proud to boast about its
wrongdoings. Labour should feel
nothing but shame for having such
followers. Those who have
committed electoral fraud should
have their right to vote removed.
Veronica Hall,
Potters Bar, Herts
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FINALLY we have the
research to back up what
I have always known
(“Unfairer sex? Bigger brains mean
men have higher IQs than women”,
July 3).
Don’t get me wrong, women are
capable of supreme intelligence
but in my experience, they lack
common sense.
Men are better at visual-spatial
tasks, such as parking or reading
maps, working out how things
operate and generally getting
through the day successfully.
The fact that men’s brains are
bigger explains why they are better
at so many things.
Alex Robson,
Lincoln
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HAVING read scientists’
claims that men have a
higher IQ than women
because their brains are bigger I
could only smile in bewilderment.
Elephants’ brains are bigger than
humans, so what do we deduce
from that? I can recall reading a
similar article many years ago
which came to more or less the
same conclusion.
But both appeared to have
ignored a somewhat important
point, common sense, and what
species has the upper hand there?
Common sense tells me that, for
all practical purposes, men and
women have IQs in equal measure.
Les Jones,
Chester
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I AGREE with Peter Hill and his
comments about the abuse of the
voting system in this country (“By
The Way”, July 4) as I have always
thought how open it is to
widespread abuse.
This year I had a proxy vote for
my husband, who was out of the
country on business. I did my own
vote and his with no ID required.
It beggars belief that I could do
this when I cannot enter the staff
quarters in M&S to book an agency
job, enter a BBC studio as an extra
or enter the practice courts of
Wimbledon or even Roedean
without photo ID.
Irene Campbell,
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
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SO once again, Germany has
proved at all levels of football that
it possesses the best football
federation bar none with the team’s
Confederations Cup victory over
Chile the other day.
And what is equally amazing,
looking at the players, is that
unlike some nations I could
mention they can win tournaments
without tattoos. Wunderbar!
Collin Rossini,
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Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
Edited by Harvey Jones
email: harvey.jones@express.co.uk
Advertising firms miss
a lucrative silver lining
The so-called silver pound is
more valuable than ever, but too
many advertisers still ignore the
over-50s when promoting their
products.
Motor, beauty and even
financial services companies
continue to snub this
increasingly wealthy age group
in favour of the young.
Almost six out of 10 people
aged 50 and over believe they
are being ignored by big brands,
according to research from
SunLife. They feel overlooked in
favour of younger consumers
despite being the most powerful
consumer spending group,
contributing almost £120billion
to the UK economy last year.
More than a third claim the
fashion industry was the biggest
culprit, a quarter said technology
firms and one in six picked out
health and beauty. SunLife chief
Decade in the
doldrums for
hard-hit savers
Today marks 10 years of misery
for savers as it is now exactly a
decade since the last interest rate
rise in the UK.
Since then base rates have
been slashed to near zero and
stayed there for year after year,
hammering the returns on cash.
This has been a particular blow
for older people who rely on the
interest from their savings to top
up their retirement income.
The average instant access
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than 0.40 per cent, while
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1 per cent.
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savings are plunging in real terms,
with inflation recently hitting
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to climb even higher.
Despite talk that the Bank of
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they have seen too many false
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Cash crash
On July 5, 2007, the Bank of
England’s monetary policy
committee (MPC) increased
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seems unthinkable today.
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been down to today’s 0.25 per
cent, which means that eight
million Britons have not seen an
interest rate rise in their adult
life, according to figures from
Hargreaves Lansdown.
Senior analyst Laith Khalaf
said if you parked £1,000 in the
average cash savings account
By Harvey Jones
10 years ago you would now have
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£878 in real terms after adjusting
for inflation: “At the same time
share prices have soared, so the
same money would be worth
£1,666 in the stock market with
dividends reinvested, or £1,323
after inflation.”
Rock-bottom interest rates
have destroyed the incentive to
set money aside, with the UK
savings ratio tumbling to a record
low, while tempting Britons to
load up on cheap debt.
Khalaf said this makes it hard
for the Bank of England to rescue
savers by increasing rates, despite
more hawkish talk in recent
weeks: “Even when the Bank of
England does finally decide to
wean the UK off low interest
rates, it will be a slow process.”
He said markets are now pricing
in a 55 per cent chance of a rate
rise by the end of the year:
“However, this would not be the
first time that expectations of a
rate hike have mounted only to
be quashed subsequently.”
Challenging times
Most of the best savings rates
are offered by the so-called
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OakNorth Bank’s two-year
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Graham Spooner, investment
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investments could benefit
investors willing to take a higher
risk, with UK blue-chip stocks
such as GlaxoSmithKline,
National Grid and Unilever
offering both capital growth and
dividend income.
He said: “Consider a fund such
as the City of London Investment
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year, or SSGA SPDR S&P Global
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Low rates are making life even
harder for young people too with
Elliott Silk, head of commercial
at wealth managers Sanlam,
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into a “retirement black hole”:
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student loan repayments are also
having a detrimental impact on
their ability to think about longerterm saving.”
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over-50s make up a third of the
UK population and their
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faster than other age groups yet
brands are still obsessed with
targeting the young. “The beauty
industry is a prime example,
one in six over 50s feels ignored
despite the fact that more than
two thirds of all cosmetics are
bought by women over 50.”
Car adverts feature people in
their 20s and 30s yet over-50s
buy 61 per cent of all new cars.
The financial services sector
also ignores older consumers,
even though they spend £150
a month on pensions, savings
and investments on average,
compared to £100 for under 50s.
Lamble said companies are
missing a trick: “Many over-50s
are more willing to spend now
than when they were younger.”
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Don’t get burnt on your holiday
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and other websites. Research from
Post Office Money reveals that
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the worst deals. Families changing
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than buying it at Liverpool Airport.
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Rental car crunch
If picking up a rental car this summer,
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the biggest rip-offs of all.
Britons flying abroad pay on
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African Dawson, who now has a team
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Prisoners given soft cell
T
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Monty Python sketch
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Whatever situation you’re
in, someone will tell you
it’s “nowt” compared to
theirs. In the prison camps of 1940s
Siberia, grizzled old convicts
boasted of the proper time they’d
served in the 1920s.
In Low Moss Prison, a modern
facility just outside Glasgow, Mark,
53, from Manchester, spoke
nostalgically about Strangeways.
That was a “heavy jail”, he told
the film crew of Life Behind
Bars: Visiting Hour (C4), back
when prison was prison and real
men slopped out. Mark might have
had a point actually.
Low Moss looked more like a
primary school than a house of
correction. At visiting hour (the
Matt Baylis
on last
night’s TV
subject of last night’s programme),
prisoners chatted and snacked with
loved ones while officers gazed on
with something like fondness.
Perhaps the nicest examples of
the profession came forward for the
cameras but the youth of the
warders, and their basic concern for
the men in their care, were striking.
One lady pointed out how
everyone ate far too much because
the snacking was an ice-breaker, a
way to normalise relationships
interrupted by abnormal
separation. One of her colleagues
noted how quickly the conversation
often dried up.
People in prison didn’t have much
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slant on the conversations around
the room. David, 25, and his
younger brother Patrick did spend
quite some time discussing
sandwiches because Patrick had
something awkward to say.
Silver-haired Mark might have
talked like an old lag but you could
see the tension rising as the visit
with his daughters wore on.
Everyone was anxious about the
moment when they would go and
he would stay. With Mike, whose
elderly father John could only rarely
make the 800-mile trip to visit him,
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joined by a team of experts to review
the diverse range of show gardens
and discover the ways in which awardwinning designer Andy Sturgeon is
managing to recycle Chelsea Flower
Show gardens of the past. Arit
Anderson reveals the stories behind
some of the conceptual gardens while
Carol Klein leads us round the floral
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demonstrates how to get the most out
of flowering border plants.
Comedy: The Windsors,
10pm, C4
The controversial comedy
is back for a six-week run
and Prince Charles is
refusing to help Theresa
May tie up a trade deal
with the Chinese. Camilla
has something to say
about the matter however
and the Prince of Wales
soon finds himself hosting
a banquet. Pippa prepares
to marry Johnny but is
enraged that Kate has
been made patron of
Wimbledon and decides to
put a gypsy curse on her.
Harry Enfield (left) and
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brilliant in their royal roles.
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Highlands are fairly unforgiving. So what does that
mean to expectant mothers and the professionals
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dash after a baby makes a sudden arrival.
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Property: The Week The Landlords Moved In, 9pm, BBC1
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misguided view of what life is like living in one of their
houses. The County Durham pair move into tenant
Michael’s home and get an immediate reality check
about the scale of the work that needs doing. In
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through her seventies,
Joanna Lumley (right) is
back in the land of her
birth – India – for this
three-part series. She
travels the length and
breadth of the country
looking to showcase its
diverse landscapes and
cultural traditions.
Episode one sees her
journey begin in Tamil
Nadu, where she
witnesses religious
ceremonies in glorious
temples, before visiting
Gangtok, where her
mother lived as a child.
there was less time for hiding and
diversion.
Within a short time the former
church minister and his son were
enmeshed in a conversation about
sin and forgiveness that could have
come out straight of a Russian
novel. Mike, in jail for the
attempted murder of his wife, had
much to ask forgiveness for. John’s
view of forgiveness sounded like it
had more to do with the Old
Testament than the New.
There was little doubt that this
conversation could not have taken
place without one person being
locked up. It was the same for
David and Patrick, the time and the
distance making it possible for
them to discuss serious things.
Perhaps prison has a point after all.
The Hotel Inspector
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over the porridge. It is now into its
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At the root of the show’s
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court and, you suspected, keeping
away from her angry husband.
Every time the two of them came
near one another they bickered in
the most depressing way. It was like
Fawlty Towers, but not funny.
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Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
BBC One
BBC Two
ITV
Channel 4
Channel 5
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Crimewatch Roadshow (W)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Exploring properties in Derbyshire,
Birmingham and London. (AD) (R)
11.00 Kitchen Garden Live With
The Hairy Bikers Jimmy Osmond
joins The Hairy Bikers live from the
Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
11.30 Wimbledon 2017 Sue Barker
introduces the opening matches
on day three of the tournament
at the All England Club, where
the second round of the singles
is set to get under way. (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather (S) v
1.45 Wimbledon 2017 Coverage
from the All England Club, where the
second-round singles matches are
scheduled to continue. Sir Andy
Murray will be involved on one of the
show courts this afternoon, and is
scheduled to face Dustin Brown, who
caused a sensation at SW19 two
years ago when he defeated Rafael
Nadal at this stage of the competition.
The world number one will hope to
avoid a similar fate against the
German as he continues his attempt
to win this Grand Slam for the third
time in his career, and will hope to
replicate the form he produced in
beating Alexander Bublik 6-1, 6-4, 6-2
in the first round on Monday. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S) v
6.15 The TV That Made Me
Brian Conley invites Pam Ayres to pick
the TV shows that shaped her life. (R)
6.45 Flog It! Trade Secrets
Behind the scenes of the filming of the
show. Paul Martin presents. (R) (W)
7.15 Bargain Hunt Paul Laidlaw and
John Cameron head to the Royal
Highland Centre in Edinburgh. (R) (W)
8.00 Sign Zone: See Hear
Erika Levi meets some of the athletes
heading for the 2017 Deaflympics. (S)
8.30 Sign Zone: Great British
Menu The London and south-east
chefs prepare desserts. (R) (SL) (W)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
11.30 Daily Politics Presented by
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. (W) (S)
1.00 Wimbledon 2017 The third
day’s play continues with the singles
second-round matches scheduled.
Among the contests expected to take
place are those in the bottom half of
the women’s draw, which will include
Simona Halep v Beatriz Haddad Maia,
Elina Svitolina v Francesca Schiavone
and Madison Keys v Camila Giorgi.
Halep is among the favourites to lift
the Venus Rosewater dish at SW19
this year, and after recording a
straight-sets victory over Marina
Erakovic in round one, will hope to
emulate that performance today
against Maia, who progressed to
this match by beating Great Britain’s
Laura Robson on Monday. (S)
6.00 Good Morning Britain A lively
mix of news and current affairs, plus
health and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Naomi Watts chats to
Lorraine Kelly about her TV series, the
psychological thriller Gypsy. (W) (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features, including a look
at the stories making the newspaper
headlines and a recipe in the kitchen.
12.30 Loose Women
Christine Lampard, Penny Lancaster,
Janet Street-Porter and Stacey
Solomon chat to Duncan James. (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Local News, Weather v
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
criminal barrister Robert Rinder as
he takes on various real-life cases
in a studio courtroom. (R) (W) (S)
3.00 David Dickinson’s Name
Your Price Gameshow in which
contestants compete against one
another to correctly value antiques or
collectibles in order to win a prize. (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S) v
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes. (R) (W)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as four contestants answer
general knowledge questions. (R) (W)
6.00 Local News, Weather v
6.30 ITV News, Weather
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R,S)
6.45 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.10 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
A stranger reveals to the Barones that
Frank used to be his mentor. (R,S)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Comedy, starring Ray Romano. (R,S)
8.30 Frasier The shrink learns
Hebrew to deliver a speech. (R,S)
9.00 Frasier Niles experiences an
amazing chain of events. (AD) (R,S)
9.35 Frasier Niles waits to undergo
his heart bypass operation. (AD) (R,S)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA (R,S)
11.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun A couple search for a home on
Spain’s Costa de la Luz. (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Pairs from Swansea compete. (R)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers (R,S)
2.10 Countdown Greg Rusedski is in
Dictionary Corner with Susie Dent. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun Scarlette Douglas seeks a home
on Spain’s Costa Blanca. (R,S)
4.00 Best Of Both Worlds (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed Julie and James
host at the Schiehallion Hotel. (S)
5.30 Come Dine With Me
South-African born Sindiso is next to
host a dinner party in Edinburgh. (R,S)
6.00 The Simpsons With the voice
of Natalie Portman. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Shane worms his
way back into the McQueen’s. (AD)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff
Matthew Wright and his guests
talk about the issues of the day.
11.15 House Doctor Tracy Metro
goes to help a couple who have
already tried to jazz up their home. (R)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 Big Brother Daily round-up
of highlights, revealing how the
housemates are getting on. (R,S)
1.05 Access Showbiz news. (S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.20 NCIS: Los Angeles The team
goes in search of a radiotherapy
canister that could have been
used to make a bomb after a man
impersonating a Navy Seal dies. (S)
3.20 In The Dark 2013 (15)
A woman is blinded following an
accident in which her husband and
child are killed. She employs a nurse
as a carer, only to discover he has
developed a dangerous obsession
with her, which turns violent as she
begins to regain her independence.
Thriller, starring Elisabeth Rohm. (W)
5.00 5 News At 5 Latest headlines.
5.30 Neighbours Paige is unsettled
by Elly’s interest in Mark, while
Xanthe hits rock-bottom. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away
Justin, Scarlett and Mason search
frantically for Brody. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening’s main headlines. (S)
Watchdog
Live:
Nick Hewer
reveals how
banks handle
scamming
cases,
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Sue Barker
introduces live
coverage of the
third day’s play
at the All
England Club,
1pm
Love Your
Garden:
Alan
Titchmarsh
creates a
beautiful
cottage-style
outdoor space,
8pm
Fargo:
Emmit and Sy
listen to Varga’s
plan to expand
Stussy Lots,
10.30pm
Home And
Away:
Roo comes to a
decision about
the daughter
she gave away,
6pm
7.00 The One Show
7.00 Wimbledon 2017
Matt Baker and Zoe Ball host
Sue Barker presents continued
the live magazine show, with
coverage from the All England
a team of roving reporters
Club, where the men’s and ladies’
presenting stories of interest from
singles second-round matches
around the UK, plus big-name
are scheduled to fill the famous
studio guests. (W) (S) Followed by
grass courts. (W) (S)
BBC News, Local News. (W) (S)
7.00 Emmerdale Tracy struggles
with a secret, while Emma’s
scheme takes effect as Laurel
turns to her for advice. (AD) (W)
7.30 Coronation Street
Michelle is shocked by Robert’s
past, while Leanne discovers Nick
sold his share of the Bistro. (AD)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
8.00 Watchdog Live
A plumbing firm’s outrageous
overcharging is exposed. Plus,
a test into whether one of the
country’s most familiar companies
is offering new customers a
service it knows it can’t deliver,
along with live consumer advice.
8.00 Love Your Garden
Alan Titchmarsh transforms a
yard in Salford into a classic
cottage garden for 87-year-old
twins Rita and Betty Mills. The
team work to transform their
concrete patch of dismal cracked
pavers into a beautiful space. (S)
8.00 Ackley Bridge
8.00 The Highland Midwife
Kaneez is furious to discover that H New series. Documentary series
Nas is considering the arranged
viewers to the unforgiving
H taking
marriage, but the pressure of her
surrounds of the Scottish
web of lies leads Nas to break
Highlands, following three
down to her mum and confess
expectant mothers and the
that she is gay. Meanwhile, Emma
professionals who attend them.
neglects Chloe on her birthday.
See Pick Of The Day. (S)
8.30 Today At Wimbledon
Clare Balding introduces
highlights of the third day’s play
from the All England Club, where
the men’s and ladies’ singles were
9.00 The Week The
9.00 Joanna Lumley’s India
9.00 24 Hours In A&E
due to continue with round two
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run over by a lorry, suffering
Durham when they move into
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severe blood loss. Doctors are
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their tenant’s home, while in
Tamil Nadu, where she witnesses
concerned that nerves and tissue
Flower Show New series.
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Leeds, old feelings are raked up
religious ceremonies in glorious
in her leg may have suffered
Monty Don and Joe Swift take a
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temples. See Pick Of The Day. (S)
irreparable damage. (AD) (S)
first look at Royal Horticultural
Society’s event and are joined by
a team of experts to review the
10.00BBC News At Ten
10.00ITV News, Weather
10.00The Windsors New series.
diverse range of show gardens.
Round-up of the latest national
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10.30Newsnight
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.30Local News, Weather v 10.30Fargo Ray and Nikki plot
Analysis of the day’s events,
revenge against Yuri and Meemo,
presented by Kirsty Wark. (W) (S) 10.40Paul O’Grady: For The
10.45Room 101 – Extra
but are forced to use caution
Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
Storage Richard Ayoade, Alun
Love Of Animals – India
when they see them with their
Cochrane and Gabby Logan
Part one of two. The presenter
boss, while Gloria and Winnie
compete to have their pet hates
makes his inaugural trip to India
want to question Emmit, but Varga
banished to Room 101. (W) (S) v
to rehabilitate some of the
sits in on their meeting, so the two
11.15Hospital Cameras follow
country’s vulnerable wild animals
officers try to talk to Ray. (AD) (S)
patients
at
St
Mary’s
who
face
11.25Bus Wars Documentary
and experience the jobs of the
a long wait, including a woman
looking at the fierce competition
keepers looking after them. (R)
11.30Life Behind Bars:
with serious mental health issues,
between big bus tour companies
Visiting Hour Documentary
and there is also footage of
in Belfast as they fight for a share
11.45Piers Morgan’s Life
about inmates and visitors at
patients and their loved ones
of the tourist market. (AD) (R) v
Stories The host invites actor
HMP Low Moss, one of
coping with dementia. (R) (W) (S)
Nigel Havers to look back on a
Scotland’s largest maximum
12.00 BBC News Round-up of the
50-year career as one of Britain’s
security prisons. (AD) (R,S)
latest national and international
12.15 Sign Zone: See Hear (R)
best-loved actors. (R) (W) (S)
headlines, including weather
forecast and sport results. (W) (S) v
(SL) (W) (S) 12.45 Sign Zone:
Doctor In The House. Dr Rangan
Chatterjee visits Nicola, who has
been diagnosed with ten conditions.
(AD) (R) (S) 1.45 Sign Zone: Eat
Well For Less? (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
2.45-6.15 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
7.00 GPs Behind Closed
Doors: Best Of Patient
Files A patient offers an insight
into his battle with alcoholism and
a woman who became paralysed
after an accident shares her
story. Last in the series. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
9.00 Where There’s Blame,
There’s A Claim A woman
who won a huge pay-out from her
dentist after a number of botched
dental jobs, but is still waiting to
receive the money from her claim.
Plus, a young woman who was
hit by a falling concrete slab. (S)
10.00Big Brother Daily round-up
of highlights, revealing how the
housemates are getting on under
the all-seeing eye of Big Brother,
featuring the latest tasks, games,
arguments, laughs, diary room
visits and bedroom chit-chat.
Narrated by Marcus Bentley. (S)
11.05Big Brother’s Bit On The
Side Rylan Clark-Neal presents
the live Big Brother companion
show, including a debate on the
burning issues from the house
and celebrity guests’ thoughts
on the latest developments. (S)
12.05 In Sickness And In
Wealth: On Benefits Claimants
struggling against medical issues.
(R,S) 1.00 SuperCasino 3.10 The
Dog Rescuers With Alan Davies (R)
4.00 World’s Most Pampered Pets
(R) (SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R)
(SL) 5.10 House Busters (R) (SL)
(S) 5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL)
12.30 50 Shades Of Gay (AD)
12.40 Jackpot247 Viewers take part
(R,S) 1.25 Gogglesprogs (AD) (R,S)
in live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00
2.20 The Secret Life Of Brothers And
1000 Heartbeats. Vernon Kay hosts
Sisters (R,S) 3.15 Selling Houses
the quiz show. (R) (SL) (W) (S) 3.50
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ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 My Wife And Kids
A big executive hires Michael. (S)
8.25 Dance Moms Three of the
team’s youngest members seek
the chance to perform a solo. (S)
9.10 Dance Moms Chloe and
Kendall are Maddie’s understudies.
10.05 That ’70s Show Eric’s job
soon starts to cause problems. (S)
10.35 That ’70s Show The teenagers
decide to throw a wild party. (S)
11.00 FILM: Fairytale: A True
Story 1997 (U) Fact-based
drama, starring Florence Hoath. (S)
1.00 Dance Moms Christi frets
when Abby offers Chloe a trial. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away Stewart and Elmor attempt
to collect £5,000 owed by a debtor. (S)
3.00 Neighbours (AD) (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Dance Moms While the ladies
dish the dirt, their daughters perform
some of their favourite choreography.
5.00 SpongeBob SquarePants
Squidward fools SpongeBob. (S)
5.10 SpongeBob SquarePants
A freak accident sends Patrick
and SpongeBob back in time. (S)
5.25 SpongeBob SquarePants
Mr Krabs’ mother starts dating. (S)
5.45 SpongeBob SquarePants
An incompetent director ruins the
SpongeBob’s favourite cartoon. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Leo begs David to
get painkillers for Mannix. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away Zac is
offered a new job in Hunter’s town. (S)
7.00 Dance Moms Abby makes
an important announcement. (S)
8.00 Countdown To Murder
The events that led Lorraine Thorpe
to become Britain’s youngest female
double murderer at the age of 15. (S)
9.00 When Kids Kill Cases where
the killer argued that mental health
issues drove them to murder. (S)
10.00 Murder On The Internet
Conclusion of the documentary. (S)
11.05 South Park Comedy. (S)
12.05 South Park (S) 12.35 The
Magicians (S) 3.10 Don’t Tell The
Doctor (AD) (S) 4.00 Teleshopping
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz news.
9.10 Castle The sleuth helps Esposito
and Ryan launch an investigation into
the death of a former child star. (S)
10.00 Law & Order The team
investigates the stabbing of a
teacher whose body has been
found in a caretaker’s cupboard. (S)
11.00 Law & Order The detectives
investigate a rock singer’s death. (S)
12.00 CSI: Miami Horatio has to
sack a member of his team. (AD) (S)
1.00 NCIS The team investigates the
murder of a marine working for the
Defence Intelligence Agency. (AD) (S)
2.00 Cedar Cove Drama following
the fortunes of Olivia Lockhart,
a small-town judge, both inside
and away from the courtroom.
3.00 Cedar Cove Luke’s violent
outburst puts his future at risk.
4.00 Law & Order A drug dealer
is murdered and suspicion falls
on two possible culprits. (S)
5.00 Law & Order A witness to a
jewellery store robbery that went
wrong fails to appear in court. (S)
6.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation The murder of a
teenage TV talent show contestant
prompts Grissom and the team to
re-examine an unsolved case from the
1950s. With Tippi Hedren. (AD) (S)
7.00 NCIS New evidence reveals
the serial killer plans to murder a
member of the NCIS team. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS Gibbs and the team attend
the funeral of a fallen colleague. (S)
9.00 Law & Order The detectives
trace the identities of two murdered
teenagers and discover one had a
sister who was travelling with them.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Two men are charged
with the rape and murder of a student.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A student’s body is
found dumped in an area frequented
by prostitutes, and the trail leads to a
famous American footballer. (S)
12.00 Law & Order: Special
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6.30 The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw.
10.00 Adele Roberts. 12.45 Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott
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Composer Of The Week: Charpentier. 1.00 News.
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Youth Choir from Estonia, ahead of Cheltenham
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Simon Keenlyside and pianist Malcolm Martineau
perform songs by Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Sibelius,
Poulenc and Mahler, live from Wigmore Hall in London.
10.00 Free Thinking: Matthew Sweet talks about Cape
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who chooses Cecil Beaton’s image of Stephen Tennant
as part of the BBC’s Queer Icons project. 10.45 The
Essay: New Generation Thinkers: Jonathan Healey, of
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resistance to state control and prevailing ideology, from
Tudor swearing to social media storms. 11.00 Late
Junction. 12.30-6.30 Through The Night.
Radio Choice
Composer Of The Week:
Charpentier,
Radio 3, 6.30pm
The 17th-century French musician
Marc-Antoine Charpentier was
unfortunate to be born a decade
after fellow composer Jean-Baptiste
Lully – King Louis XIV’s favourite.
Happily, though, Charpentier had
Barnett. 12.30 Wimbledon. 7.00 5 Live
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9.30 Living With The Lions: The Inside Story.
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a career spanning 35 years in which
he enjoyed a succession of plum
jobs writing in every genre for some
of Paris’ most influential patrons.
Here Donald Macleod explores
the brilliant stage music Charpentier
wrote for acclaimed French actor
and playwright Molière.
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A Lleu 8.20 Cyw: Y Teulu Mawr 8.30 Cyw: Sbridiri 8.50
Cyw: Darllen ’Da Fi 9.00 Cyw: Cled 9.15 Cyw: Marcaroni
9.30 Cyw: Chwedlau Tinga Tinga 9.40 Cyw: Crads Bach
Y Traeth 9.45 Cyw: Tecwyn Y Tractor 10.00 Cyw: Yr Ysgol
10.15 Cyw: Sam Tân 10.25 Cyw: Deian A Loli 10.40
Cyw: Octonots 10.55 Cyw: Peppa 11.00 Dysgu Gyda
Cyw: Fflic A Fflac 11.10 Dysgu Gyda Cyw: Jen A Jim Pob
Dim 11.25 Dysgu Gyda Cyw: Rapsgaliwn 11.40 Dysgu
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S4C A’r Tywydd 6.05 Cwpwrdd Dillad 6.30 Rhestr Gyda
Huw Stephens 7.00 Heno 8.00 Pobol Y Cwm 8.25 Codi
Hwyl: Llydaw 9.00 Newyddion 9 A’r Tywydd 9.30
Llangollen 2017 10.30 Seiclo: Le Tour De France 11.00 3
Lle: Georgia Ruth Williams 11.30 Milwyr Y Welsh Guards
12.00 Llangollen 2017 1.05 Diwedd
12.00 News. 12.06 World Book Club. 1.00
News. 1.06 Business Matters. 2.00 News.
2.06 The Newsroom. 2.30 The Documentary.
3.00 News. 3.06 The Inquiry. 3.30 The Food
Chain. 4.00 News. 4.06-5.00 Outlook.
Classic FM
FM: 100-102 MHz
6.00 More Music Breakfast. 9.00 Bill Turnbull:
Music and chat. 1.00 Anne-Marie Minhall.
5.00 Classic FM Drive. 7.00 Smooth Classics
At Seven. 8.00 The Full Works Concert.
10.00 Smooth Classics. 1.00 Sam Pittis.
Absolute Radio
MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz
6.00 Christian O’Connell’s Breakfast Show.
10.00 Leona Graham: Music, interviews,
news and chat. 1.00 Andy Bush. 4.00
Danielle Perry. 6.00 Pete Donaldson. 9.00
Sarah Champion. 1.00-6.00 Chris Martin.
Radio Wales
MW: 882, 657 kHz FM: 93.9-95.9,
103.7-103.9 MHz
5.00 Mal Pope. 6.30 Good Morning Wales:
Latest headlines. 9.04 Jason Mohammad:
Music, interviews, news and chat. 11.03
Wynne Evans. 1.04 Eleri Siôn. 4.00 Good
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Naughty Boy. 7.03 Janice Long. 10.03 Chris
Needs. 1.00-5.00 As BBC World Service.
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8.31 (LW) Yesterday In Parliament. 9.00 Only Artists.
9.30 Voices Of The First World War. 9.45 (LW) Daily
Service. 9.45 (FM) Book of the Week: Big Pig, Little
Pig. 10.00 Woman’s Hour. 10.15 (LW) Test Match
Special: England v South Africa. 10.56 (FM) The
Listening Project. 11.00 (FM) In The Rough: Golf’s
Uncertain Future. 11.30 (FM) Bad Salsa. 12.00 (FM)
News. 12.01 (LW) Shipping Forecast. 12.04 (LW)
Test Match Special: England v South Africa. 12.04
(FM) 50 Things That Made The Modern Economy.
12.15 (FM) You And Yours. 1.00 (FM) The World At
One. 1.45 (FM) Cold War: Stories From The Big
Freeze. 1.56 (FM) Weather. 2.00 (FM) The Archers:
Will tries to gather support. 2.15 (FM) Drama: Foreign
Bodies: Keeping The Wolf Out: By Philip Palmer. 3.00
(FM) Money Box Live: With Louise Cooper. 3.30 (FM)
Inside Health: Dr Mark Porter separates medical fact
from fiction. 4.03 (FM) Thinking Allowed: Thoughtprovoking issues. 4.30 (FM) The Media Show: Stories
from the fast-changing media industry. 5.00 (FM) PM:
With Eddie Mair. 5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast. 5.57
(LW) Test Match Special: England women v South
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John Finnemore’s Double Acts: Starring Kieran
Hodgson and Ethan Lawrence. 7.00 The Archers:
Justin gets the lie of the land. 7.15 Front Row: Samira
Ahmed presents a round-up of arts news and reviews.
7.45 Tales Of The City – The Days Of Anna Madrigal:
By Armistead Maupin. 8.00 The Moral Maze:
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired
by Michael Buerk, joined by Claire Fox. 8.45 Four
Thought: A thought-provoking talk. 9.00 Science
Stories. 9.30 Only Artists: Two artists from different
disciplines discuss creative questions, processes and
decisions. 9.59 Weather. 10.00 The World Tonight:
With Ritula Shah. 10.45 Book at Bedtime: Dangerous
Visions: Fahrenheit 451: By Ray Bradbury. 11.00 The
Damien Slash Mixtape. 11.15 Little Lifetimes By Jenny
Eclair. 11.30 Today In Parliament. 12.00 News,
Weather. 12.30 Book of the Week: Big Pig, Little Pig.
12.45 Sailing By. 12.48 Shipping Forecast. 1.00 As
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films
today’s choice
Sky Cinema Premiere
Sky 301
6.00am Cruel Summer (2016) (15) Drama. 7.35 The
Call Up (2016) (15) Sci-fi adventure. 9.15 Breakdown
(2016) (15) Action thriller. 11.15 Morgan (2016) (15)
Sci-fi thriller. 12.55pm The Purge: Election Year
(2016) (15) Action horror. 2.55 The Call Up (2016)
(15) Starring Max Deacon. 4.35 Mr Right (2015) (15)
Action comedy. 6.20 Morgan (2016) (15) Starring Kate
Mara. 8.00 The Purge: Election Year (2016) (15)
With Frank Grillo. 10.00 The Measure Of A Man
(2015) (PG) Drama, starring Vincent Lindon. 11.45 Mr
Right (2015) (15) Starring Anna Kendrick. 1.35am
Follow (2015) (18) Horror. 3.05 Breakdown (2016)
(15) Starring Craig Fairbrass. 5.10 The Top Ten Show
2017 The biggest box office hits in the UK and US. 5.30
Independence Day: Resurgence Special
Sky Cinema Comedy
Sky 308
6.30am The Top Ten Show 2017 Countdown. 6.50
Spud (2010) (15) With Troye Sivan. 8.45 Gremlins 2:
The New Batch (1990) (12) With Zach Galligan. 10.40
Ghostbusters (2016) (12) With Kristen Wiig. 12.40pm
Ride Along 2 (2016) (12) With Ice Cube. 2.30 Balls
Of Fury (2007) (12) With Dan Fogler. 4.10 Definitely,
Maybe (2008) (12) With Ryan Reynolds. 6.10 Vacation
(2015) (15) With Ed Helms. 8.00 Ghostbusters (2016)
(12) Fantasy comedy. See Today’s Choice. 10.00 Ride
Along 2 (2016) (12) With Ice Cube. 11.50 Dope (2015)
(15) With Shameik Moore. 1.40am The Commitments
(1991) (15) With Robert Arkins. 3.45 Lost In Karastan
(2014) (15) Starring Matthew Macfadyen. 5.30 Trail Of
The Pink Panther (1982) (PG) Starring Peter Sellers.
• Times quoted are BST
Ghostbusters HHH
football star is persuaded by the prison authorities to form
an inmates soccer team to play against the guards. Comedy
drama, starring Vinnie Jones and David Hemmings. 9.45
Snatch (2000) (18) A boxing promoter and his dimwitted sidekick are drawn into a match-fixing racket and a
diamond robbery gone wrong. Guy Ritchie’s comedy drama,
with Jason Statham and Brad Pitt. 11.35 Sunshine
(2007) (15) Sci-fi thriller, starring Cillian Murphy. 1.30am
Quadrophenia (1979) (18) Mods and rockers drama,
starring Phil Daniels. 3.40 The Adventures Of Robin
Hood (1938) (U) Swashbuckling adventure, starring Errol
Flynn. 5.30 Star Trek Beyond: Special The making of
the latest instalment in the sci-fi series.
Sky Cinema Comedy, 8pm
Let’s be honest, this remake of the all-time classic
1980s comedy, in which Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy,
Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones take over the lead
roles from the brilliant Bill Murray and Co, was
never going to hit the heights of its predecessor.
However, don’t let that put you off as the girls still
pack a punch when they pull on their novelty overalls
and proton packs in order to tackle a series of
supernatural disturbances across New York City.
Plus, with Hollywood hunk Chris Hemsworth also
on board as the ladies’ dim-witted secretary, the film
offers enough to keep you interested throughout.
chris mchugh
Sky Cinema Action & Adventure Sky 307
6.20am Rocky III (1982) (PG) With Sylvester Stallone.
8.10 Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End
(2007) (12) With Johnny Depp. 11.05 The Legend Of
Tarzan (2016) (12) With Alexander Skarsgard. 1.05pm
The Bourne Supremacy (2004) (12) With Matt
Damon. 3.05 The Karate Kid Part III (1989) (PG)
With Ralph Macchio. 5.05 Pirates Of The Caribbean:
At World’s End (2007) (12) With Johnny Depp. 8.00
The Legend Of Tarzan (2016) (12) Starring Alexander
Skarsgard and Margot Robbie. 10.00 The Bourne
Supremacy (2004) (12) With Matt Damon. 11.55
The 5th Wave (2016) (15) With Chloe Grace Moretz.
1.50am Con Air (1997) (18) With Nicolas Cage. 3.50
Superman III (1983) (PG) Starring Christopher Reeve.
Sky Cinema Family
Sky 306
6.05am First Kid (1996) (PG) Disney comedy. 8.00
Coraline (2009) (PG) Stop-motion animated fantasy. 9.50
Garfield: A Tale Of Two Kitties (2006) (U) Family
comedy. 11.25 The Great Gilly Hopkins (2016) (PG)
Coming-of-age drama. 1.10pm Hotel Transylvania 2
(2015) (U) Animated comedy. 2.45 Coraline (2009)
(PG) With the voice of Dakota Fanning. 4.35 Garfield:
A Tale Of Two Kitties (2006) (U) With the voice of
Bill Murray. 6.10 The Great Gilly Hopkins (2016)
(PG) Starring Kathy Bates. 8.00 Hotel Transylvania
2 (2015) (U) Animated comedy, with the voices of Adam
Sandler and Andy Samberg. 9.35 Dragonball Z: Battle
Of Gods (2013) (12) Animated fantasy adventure. 11.25
First Kid (1996) (PG) Starring Sinbad. 1.10am Twins
(1988) (PG) Comedy, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and
Danny DeVito. 3.00 Dragonball Z: Battle Of Gods
(2013) (12) With the voice of Sean Schemmel. 4.55 The
Big Green (1995) (U) Comedy, with Steve Guttenberg.
Sky Cinema Drama & Romance
Sky 310
6.50am Ghostbusters: Special Interviews with the
cast of the movie reboot. 7.20 Breakfast At Tiffany’s
(1961) (PG) With Audrey Hepburn. 9.20 Marie
TCM
Antoinette (2006) (12) With Kirsten Dunst. 11.30
Welcome To Happiness (2015) (12) With Kyle Gallner.
1.30pm Ghostbusters: Special Interviews with the
cast. 2.00 Bravetown (2015) (15) With Josh Duhamel.
4.00 Fathers And Daughters (2015) (15) With Russell
Crowe. 6.00 Paper Towns (2015) (12) With Nat Wolff.
8.00 Apollo 13 (1995) (PG) Starring Tom Hanks, Kevin
Bacon and Bill Paxton. 10.25 I Saw The Light (2015)
(15) With Tom Hiddleston. 12.35am St Elmo’s Fire
(1985) (15) With Rob Lowe. 2.30 Wuthering Heights
(1992) (PG) Starring Ralph Fiennes. 4.25 Zorba The
Greek (1964) (PG) Starring Anthony Quinn.
Sky Cinema Brits
Sky 304
6.00am Suffragette (2015) (12) Period drama, starring
Carey Mulligan. 8.00 The Guns Of Navarone (1961)
(PG) Second World War adventure, starring Gregory Peck.
10.50 Brave (2012) (PG) Animated fantasy, with the
voice of Kelly Macdonald. 12.30pm Mean Machine
(2001) (15) Prison comedy drama, starring Vinnie Jones.
2.20 Quadrophenia (1979) (18) Mods and rockers
drama, starring Phil Daniels. 4.25 Suffragette (2015)
(12) Period drama, starring Carey Mulligan. 6.20 Brave
(2012) (PG) Animated fantasy, with the voice of Kelly
Macdonald. 8.00 Mean Machine (2001) (15) A jailed
Sky 317
6.00am Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 6.30
Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 7.00 Kung Fu
8.00 Kung Fu 9.05 Yellowstone Kelly (1959) (U)
10.50 A Thunder Of Drums (1961) (PG) 12.50pm
Kung Fu 1.55 Kung Fu 3.00 Gunsmoke In Tucson
(1958) (U) 4.35 The Cruel Sea (1953) (U) 7.00
Dallas (1950) (U) Western, starring Gary Cooper, Ruth
Roman and Barbara Payton. 9.00 Rush Hour (1998)
(12) Buddy action comedy film, starring Jackie Chan and
Chris Tucker as mismatched cops. 11.00 Highlander:
Endgame (2000) (18) Fantasy action, starring Adrian
Paul, Christopher Lambert and Bruce Payne. 12.55am
Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura 1.50
Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura 3.00
Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 3.30 Hollywood’s
Best Film Directors 4.00 Hollywood’s Best Film
Directors 4.30 Hollywood’s Best Film Directors
5.00 Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 5.30
Hollywood’s Best Film Directors
Film4
Freeview 15 - Sky 315
11.00am Guns At Batasi (1964) (PG) British military
drama, starring Richard Attenborough. 1.05pm Footsteps
In The Fog (1955) (PG) Period thriller, starring Stewart
Granger and Jean Simmons. 2.50 The Mark Of Zorro
(1940) (U) Swashbuckling adventure, starring Tyrone
Power. 4.40 The Train (1964) (15) Second World
War adventure, starring Burt Lancaster. 7.20 Chronicle
(2012) (12) Sci-fi thriller, starring Dane DeHaan. 9.00 The
Imitation Game (2014) (12) Biopic of codebreaker Alan
Turing, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. 11.15 Predators
(2010) (15) Sci-fi thriller sequel, starring Adrien Brody.
1.25am Stories We Tell (2012) (12) Documentary in
which film-maker Sarah Polley examines her family’s history.
entertainmentsatellite, cable and digital
ITV2
Freeview 6 - Sky 118
6.00am Louisa Johnson: The Hot Desk 6.10
You’ve Been Framed! Gold 6.35 Vanderpump
Rules 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00
Emmerdale 9.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold
9.35 Scorpion 10.25 Below Deck 11.25
Vanderpump Rules 12.20pm Emmerdale
1.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00 The Ellen
DeGeneres Show 2.50 The Jeremy Kyle Show
5.00 Judge Rinder 6.00 You’ve Been Framed!
Gold 8.00 Two And A Half Men 9.00 Love
Island 10.00 Celebrity Juice 10.50 Family Guy
11.50 American Dad! 12.45am Two And A
Half Men 1.15 Bordertown 2.15 Zara Larsson:
The Hot Desk 2.25 Teleshopping 5.55 ITV2
Nightscreen. Text-based information.
ITV3
Freeview 10 - Sky 119
6.00am Man About The House 6.30
Heartbeat 7.30 Where The Heart Is 8.25
Wild At Heart 9.30 Judge Judy 10.55 Road
To Avonlea 11.55 Love Your Garden 1.00pm
Heartbeat 2.05 The Royal 3.10 Wild At Heart
4.15 Man About The House 4.50 Rising Damp
5.20 George And Mildred 5.55 Heartbeat
7.00 Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Lewis 10.00
Law & Order: UK 11.00 Inspector Morse
1.15am Wycliffe 2.10 ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30
Teleshopping. Buy from the comfort of home.
ITV4
Freeview 24 - Sky 120
6.00am The Professionals 6.50 The Chase
7.40 Storage Wars 8.00 Storage Wars: New
York 9.00 Pawn Stars 9.55 The Professionals
11.00 Tour De France Highlights Noon Tour
De France Live 4.45 Football’s Greatest:
Diego Maradona 5.00 The Professionals
6.00 Storage Wars: New York 7.00 Tour De
France Highlights 8.00 Goodwood Festival
Of Speed First Glance 9.00 British Superbike
Championship Highlights 10.00 Film: Dr No
(1962) (PG) James Bond travels to the Caribbean
to investigate the murder of a fellow agent,
leading to a confrontation with a mysterious
criminal mastermind. Starring Sir Sean Connery.
11.05 FYI Daily 11.10 Film: Dr No (1962) (PG)
12.15am Lethal Weapon 1.15 Tour De France
Highlights 2.10 Goodwood Festival Of Speed
First Glance 3.00 Teleshopping
Sky1
Sky 106
6.00am Road Wars 8.00 Monkey Life 9.00
It’s Me Or The Dog 10.00 Nothing To Declare
11.00 Sanctuary Noon NCIS: Los Angeles
1.00 Hawaii Five-0 3.00 NCIS: Los Angeles
4.00 Stargate Atlantis 5.00 Modern Family
6.00 Futurama 6.30 The Simpsons 8.00
Freddie Fries Again 9.00 Colony 10.00
Karl Pilkington: The Moaning Of Life 11.00
Air Ambulance ER Midnight The Force:
Manchester 1.00 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime
UK 2.00 Road Wars 3.00 Nothing To Declare
4.00 Monkey Life 5.00 Highway Cops
E4
Freeview 28 - Sky 136
6.00am Hollyoaks 6.30 Coach Trip 7.00
Made In Chelsea 8.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Baby Daddy
11.00 How I Met Your Mother Noon New Girl
1.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2.00 The Big Bang
Theory 3.00 How I Met Your Mother 4.00 New
Girl 5.00 2 Broke Girls 6.00 The Big Bang
Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 The Goldbergs
8.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 Film: Die
Hard 2 (1990) (18) 11.30 The Big Bang Theory
12.25am Rude Tube 1.30 Tattoo Fixers
2.30 First Dates 3.25 Gogglebox 4.15 Baby
Daddy 5.00 Melissa & Joey
More4
Freeview 14 - Sky 138
8.55am A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away
10.00 Four In A Bed 12.40pm A Place In The
Sun: Summer Sun 2.50 Time Team 4.55 Car
SOS 5.55 The Supervet 7.55 Grand Designs
9.00 Grand Designs Australia 10.00 The
Secrets Of Sleep 11.05 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
Countdown 1.15am Grand Designs Australia
2.15 Grand Designs 3.15 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Uncut. Presented by Jimmy Carr.
GOLD
Sky 110
7.00am The Thin Blue Line 7.35 Sorry!
8.10 As Time Goes By 8.50 One Foot In The
Grave 9.30 Last Of The Summer Wine 11.25
Porridge 12.30pm Open All Hours 1.10 As
Time Goes By 1.45 Porridge 2.45 One Foot
In The Grave 3.20 Last Of The Summer Wine
5.30 Open All Hours 6.20 Only Fools And
Horses 7.25 Open All Hours 8.00 Gavin &
Stacey 8.40 Fawlty Towers 9.20 Only Fools
And Horses 10.00 Live At The Apollo 11.00
Peep Show 11.35 The Young Ones 12.20am
The Black Adder 1.05 Live At The Apollo 2.05
Big School 2.40 French And Saunders 3.15
Little Britain 4.00 Home Shopping
Sky Living
Sky 107
6.00am Border Security USA 7.00 Border
Security: Australia’s Front Line 8.00 Stop,
Search, Seize 9.00 Cooks To Market 9.15 My
Kitchen Rules: Australia 10.30 Border Security:
Canada’s Front Line 11.00 Stop, Search, Seize
Noon Elementary 1.00 Criminal Minds 2.00
Bones 3.00 Cold Case 4.00 Border Security
USA 5.00 Nothing To Declare 7.00 Sun, Sea
And A&E 8.00 Elementary 9.00 Madam
Secretary 10.00 Criminal Minds Midnight
Cold Case 1.00 Nashville 2.00 Criminal Minds
3.00 Bones 4.00 Border Security: Canada’s
Front Line 5.00 Nothing To Declare
CBS Action
Freeview 64 - Sky 148
9.00am JAG 10.00 NCIS 11.00 Diagnosis
Murder Noon Bonanza 2.00 NCIS 4.00
Walker, Texas Ranger 5.00 JAG 6.00 NCIS
7.00 Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 9.00 NCIS 11.00 Ultimate Force
12.05am NCIS 2.45 Gunsmoke 3.40
Walker, Texas Ranger 4.25 JAG
CBS Reality
Freeview 66 - Sky 146
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy
9.50 Hoarders 10.45 Unsolved Mysteries
12.35pm Judge Judy 3.10 Hoarders
4.05 Unsolved Mysteries 5.00 Judge Judy
7.00 Medical Detectives 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 9.00 Killer Clergy 10.00 Crime And
Punishment 11.00 Ice Cold Killers Midnight
I Survived 1.00 Killer Clergy 2.00 Crime And
Punishment 3.00 Teleshopping 4.00 Dog And
Beth: On The Hunt 5.30 Neighbours At War
BBC Four
Freeview 9 - Sky 116
7.00pm 100 Days+. Followed by Weather. 7.30
Great British Railway Journeys 8.00 Sound
Of Cinema: The Music That Made The Movies
9.00 Spies Of Warsaw. Miniseries. 10.30 The
Last Dukes 11.30 The Renaissance Unchained
12.30am Natural World: Attenborough’s
Fabulous Frogs 1.30 Climate Change By
Numbers 2.45 Voyages Of Discovery
Comedy Central
Sky 112
8.00am The Middle 10.00 Friends 1.00pm
Impractical Jokers 2.00 Friends 3.00 8
Simple Rules 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
5.00 Friends 8.00 Your Face Or Mine 8.30
Friends 9.00 Russell Howard’s Good News
10.00 Lip Sync Battle UK: Katie Price Vs
Ben Fogle 10.30 Russell Howard’s Stand Up
Central 11.00 Bad Robots 11.30 Impractical
Jokers UK Midnight Impractical Jokers 1.30
Jackass 2.00 South Park 3.25 Two And A Half
Men 4.15 Friends 5.00 Teleshopping
FOX
Sky 124
Discovery
Sky 520
8.00am Monk 9.00 The Mentalist 1.00pm
The Closer 5.00 NCIS 10.00 Bull 11.00
Family Guy Midnight American Dad! 1.00
Family Guy 2.00 American Dad! 3.00 Family
Guy 4.00 American Dad! 5.00 Teleshopping
6.00am How It’s Made 7.00 Alaskan Bush
People. Documentary about the Brown family
who live far removed from civilization. 8.00
Tanked 9.00 Incredible Engineering Blunders:
Fixed 10.00 Fast N’ Loud Noon Diesel
Brothers 1.00 Wheeler Dealers: Trading Up
2.00 Alaska: The Last Frontier 3.00 The
Last Alaskans 4.00 Gold Divers 5.00 Naked
And Afraid 6.00 Wheeler Dealers 7.00 Fast
N’ Loud 8.00 Tanked 9.00 Naked And Afraid
10.00 Naked And Afraid XL 11.00 Devil’s
Canyon Midnight Naked And Afraid 1.00
Street Outlaws 2.00 Moonshiners 3.00 Naked
And Afraid 3.50 Naked And Afraid XL 4.40
Wheeler Dealers 5.30 How It’s Made
History
Sky 529
7.10am American Pickers 9.00 Storage
Wars 11.00 Counting Cars Noon Pawn
Stars 1.00 Forged In Fire 2.00 Storage Wars
3.00 Mountain Men 4.00 Shipping Wars UK
4.45 Storage Wars 5.10 Forged In Fire 6.05
sport
Sky Sports 1
Sky 401
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 6.30 Good
Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning Sports
Fans 7.30 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.00
Good Morning Sports Fans 8.30 Good Morning
Sports Fans 9.00 Premier League 100 Club
9.30 Premier League 100 Club 10.00 Spanish
Football Gold 10.20 Live ICC Women’s World
Cup. England v South Africa. 6.00pm Premier
League Legends 6.30 Sky Sports Living For
Sport Awards 7.00 Live Horse Racing 9.00
Lions Special 9.30 Sporting Rivalries 10.00
Lions 2005: Inside The Lions Den 12.30am
British And Irish Lions Tour 1.30 Football’s
Greatest Teams 2.00 Premier League Years
4.00 Sporting Heroes: Gary Newbon Interviews
Sir Chris Hoy 5.00 Premier League 100 Club
5.30 Spanish Football Gold
Sky Sports 2
Sky 402
6.00am Cricket’s Greatest 7.00 Sky Sports
Cricket Gold 7.30 Great Sporting Moments
8.00 Cricket Classics 9.00 Cricket’s Greatest
9.30 Cricket’s Greatest 10.00 Live ICC
Women’s World Cup. Sri Lanka v India. 6.00pm
Cricket’s Greatest 6.30 Cricket’s Greatest
7.00 Premier League World 7.30 Sporting
Triumphs 7.45 Sporting Triumphs. 8.00 ICC
Women’s World Cup. England v South Africa.
9.00 CWC 2015: Greatest Moments. Pakistan
v South Africa. 10.00 ICC Women’s World Cup.
England v South Africa. 11.00 Cricket Classics
Midnight ICC Women’s World Cup 12.30
Cricket’s Greatest 1.00 CWC 2015: Greatest
Moments 2.00 ICC Women’s World Cup 3.00
Cricket Classics 4.00 Cricket’s Greatest 4.30
Cricket’s Greatest 5.00 Cricket’s Greatest
Sky Sports 3
Sky 403
6.00am Sporting Greats 6.30 Sporting Greats
7.00 WWE Experience 8.00 Sky Sports Boxing
Gold 8.30 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 9.00 Time
Of Our Lives 10.00 NFL: America’s Game
11.00 Racing News 11.30 Sporting Triumphs
11.45 Sporting Triumphs Noon Sporting
Rivalries 12.30 Sporting Rivalries 1.00 NFL –
Greatest Games 2.30 Sporting Records 3.00
Great Sporting Moments 4.00 Darts Gold 4.30
Sky Sports Boxing Gold 5.00 Sporting Heroes:
Gary Newbon Interviews Sir Chris Hoy 6.00
Triathlon 7.00 P1 Superstock Powerboating
USA 8.00 GAA Weekly Round-Up 9.00
Triathlon 10.00 P1 Superstock Powerboating
USA 11.00 GAA Weekly Round-Up. Highlights
of the week’s action. Midnight Triathlon 1.00
Sporting Greats 1.30 Sporting Greats 2.00
Sporting Heroes: Graham Taylor Interviews
Denis Law 3.00 Triathlon 4.00 Great Sporting
Moments 4.15 Great Sporting Moments 4.30
Great Sporting Moments 4.45 Great Sporting
Moments 5.00 Sporting Rivalries
BT Sport 1
Sky 413
5.15am MotoGP Catch-up Show 5.30 Toyota
AFL Highlights Show 6.00 WRC Review:
Rally Poland 7.00 British Rally Championship
Highlights 8.00 British RallyCross Highlights
9.00 Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup 10.00 Red
Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup 11.00 FIM Speedway
World Cup 1.00pm The 16th Man 2.00 Aviva
Premiership Rugby Highlights 4.30 MotoGP
Classics: Laguna Seca 2008 5.30 Fishing: On
The Bank 6.30 Premier League World 7.00
Ref: Stories From The Weekend. 8.00 MotoGP
Highlights. 9.00 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0.
10.00 Survive And Advance. The North Carolina
State Wolfpack basketball team’s heroics in 1983.
Midnight PSA Squash Highlights 1.00 PSA
Squash Highlights 2.00 PSA Squash: British
Grand Prix 3.00 MotoGP Classics: Laguna
Seca 2008 4.00 Tottenham V Bristol Rovers
1977/78 4.30 QPR V Burnley 1979/80
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7.20am Cycling: Tour De France 8.25 Tennis:
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CALVIN AND HOBBES
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Aries Mar 21 – Apr 20
A hasty decision will create
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Lisa Wild
FAITH, HOPE AND SUE
RUPERT AND THE BACK ROOM BOY No 31
He adds, “Whatever trees should grow
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Rupert listens while the green imp
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Is led away up through a tree.
Hot potato and bacon salad
Salad is great all year round, particularly when you can add some hot ingredients
such as potato and bacon to turn it into a main meal or healthy lunch. Serves 4.
INGREDIENTS
750g new potatoes, scrubbed
400g can artichoke hearts,
drained and rinsed
2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
55g lean, rindless smoked back
bacon rashers, chopped
1 red onion, thinly sliced
1 red or yellow pepper, seeded
and cut into thin strips
75g rocket
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon dry white wine
2 tablespoons pine nuts,
toasted
Salt and pepper
Turn your attention to activities that
give you a spiritual lift. This could be
anything from reading to listening to music
to communing with nature. Your material
cravings will start to subside when you fill
your life with simple pleasures.
Libra Sep 24 – Oct 23
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best friend or partner. Although you
command a lot of respect, it’s important to
deal with loved ones as equals. Don’t
discourage your nearest and dearest from
pursuing their dreams, tell them to go for it.
METHOD
1) Cook the potatoes in boiling water for about 15
minutes, depending on size, until just tender.
2) Cut the artichoke hearts in half lengthways and pat
dry with kitchen paper. Heat half the oil in a non-stick
frying pan over a moderately high heat. Place the
artichoke hearts in the pan, in a single layer, cut side
down, and cook for 2–3 minutes or until golden brown.
Turn them over and cook for a further minute or so to
brown the other side. Transfer to a serving bowl. Add the
potatoes and keep warm.
3) Heat the remaining oil in the frying pan, add the bacon
and onion, and cook over a medium to high heat for one
or two minutes, stirring frequently. Add the pepper and
continue frying for 1 minute. Using a draining spoon,
transfer the bacon, onion and pepper to the serving bowl
with the potatoes and artichokes. Put the rocket on top.
4) Return the pan to the heat and add the balsamic
vinegar and wine. Tilt the pan to swirl and mix the vinegar
and wine with the cooking juices. Pour over the salad,
season to taste and turn gently until well combined.
5) To serve, sprinkle with the toasted pine nuts and
season to taste.
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Cancer June 22 – July 23
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what you have learned to move to higher
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experience, enrol in a course.
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Capricorn Dec 22 – Jan 20
Misunderstandings are putting
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different needs than those of your relatives.
Take this into account when offering advice
and setting expectations. By respecting their
desires, they’ll try to meet you in the middle.
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Aquarius Jan 21 – Feb 19
A critical attitude will cause
problems at home and work. Whenever you
feel an urge to correct someone, offer
encouragement. Express thanks for small
gestures and compliment those you admire.
Each of us have strengths and weaknesses.
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Virgo Aug 24 – Sep 23
Pisces Feb 20 – Mar 20
Trying to satisfy a committee will
compromise your excellent ideas. It’s better
to go solo, especially when it comes to
artistic efforts. If you’ve been forced to work
with a team, put as little energy into this
project as possible.
Be open to constructive criticism.
Although you have creative talent, there is
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expresses unhappiness with your work,
don’t discount their ideas. Take a moment to
nurse your ego and then get back to work.
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ADVERTISING FEATURE
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23Direction, when I set off, was
most simple (7)
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27Merit of French verse
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DOWN
1 The aim of literature? (6)
2 Roller coaster visible at
night (3,6)
3 Handle a nice surprise (5)
4 Comics set out beauty
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5 Small mammal becomes a
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6 Bride more disposed to
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17 Various, when arranged (8)
19 Suffer hunger as celebrity
gets victory day (6)
21 Gather a great deal (5)
22Fool concerning explosive
ingredient (5)
24To expand is wonderful (5)
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27 Esteemed, 28 Cereal. DOWN: 1 Astonish, 2 Neckwear, 3 Ariel, 5 Lasting, 6 Geostatic,
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YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION
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tarot tart tartan toot torn tort
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CAN you crack the
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Yesterday’s solution
Black squares: 3, 4, 5,
10, 11, 15, 18, 19, 20, 23,
26, 29, 33, 37.
Across: Market, Value,
Fuming, Lawyer,
Overview, Mannequin,
Kohlrabi, Recess,
Append, Razor, Cruxes.
Down: Ovals, Awkward,
Warmth, Jury, Err,
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Highway, Usurp.
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8 Sullen (6)
9 Solemn promise (4)
10Hairpiece (3)
11 Representatives (6)
13 Staff (9)
15 Austrian capital (6)
17 Pistachio, say (3)
18Bard (4)
19 Sounds (6)
20Kitchen devices (8)
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ACROSS 2 Manifest, 9 Urgent, 10 Draw, 11 Tuna,
13 Union, 14 Considers, 16 Islet, 19 Otic, 20 Erse,
21 Dote on, 22 Serenade.
DOWN 1 Audacious, 3 Again, 4 News, 5 Intuition,
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5 Vaselike vessels (4)
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7 Controls (9)
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16 Never a one (4)
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A thrifty person saves the last little pieces of
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By Deborah Stone
I
N the same way that the Wimbledon
Championships bring out the tennis
player in us, this week’s RHS
Hampton Court Palace flower show
stirs our inner gardener. Summers
are made for alfresco living – whether
that’s friends over for barbecues or just
a sneaky gin and tonic.
But there’s nothing more dispiriting
than a colourless or untended garden, so
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JW BOURNEMOUTH LIMITED
(Company Number 09131303)
Registered office and principal trading
address: 20 Coxon Street, Spondon,
Derby, Derbyshire DE21 7JG
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
creditors of the above named Company,
which is being voluntarily wound up, are
required to prove their debts on or before
25 JULY 2017, by sending their names
and addresses along with descriptions
and full particulars of their debts or claims
and the names and addresses of their
solicitors (if any), to Daniel Leigh of Leigh
Consultancy Limited at 46 Vivian Avenue,
Hendon Central, London NW4 3XP and,
if so required by notice in writing from the
Liquidator of the Company or by their
Solicitors, to come in and prove their
debts or claims, or in default thereof they
will be excluded from the benefit of any
distribution made before such debts or
claims are proved.
NOTE:This notice is purely formal.All known
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Office Holder Details: Daniel Leigh (IP
number 14530) of Leigh Consultancy
Limited, 46 Vivian Avenue, Hendon
Central, London NW4 3XP. Date of
Appointment: 26 June 2017. Further
information about this case is available
from Danny Kelly at the offices of Leigh
Consultancy Limited on 020 8455 6611.
Daniel Leigh, Liquidator
Dated 26 June 2017
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NATIONAL AUSTRALIA FINANCE
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NATIONAL AUSTRALIA FINANCE
(VESSEL LEASING NO.4) LIMITED
NATIONAL AUSTRALIA FINANCE
(INFRASTRUCTURE LEASING
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Company Nos: 05016226; 06208221;
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Registered Office and Trading Address:
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(all in Members’ Voluntary Liquidation)
(“the Companies”) and
in the matter of the Insolvency Act 1986
and the Insolvency (England and Wales)
Rules 2016
Notice is hereby given that written
resolutions were passed by the
members of the Companies on 28 June
2017 placing the Companies into
Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (solvent
liquidation) and appointing Blair
Carnegie Nimmo and Gerard Anthony
Friar of KPMG LLP as Joint Liquidators.
Notice is also hereby given, pursuant to
Rule 14.28 of the Insolvency (England and
Wales) Rules 2016, that the Joint Liquidators
of the Companies intend to declare a
distribution to the creditors of the Companies
within two months of 28 July 2017.
Creditors who have not yet done so must
prove their debts by sending their full
names and addresses, particulars of their
debts and the names and addresses of
their solicitors (if any) to the Joint
Liquidators at KPMG Restructuring,
Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace,
Edinburgh EH1 2EG by no later than
28 July 2017 (the last date for proving).
The intended distribution is a sole
distribution and may be made without
regard to the claim of any person in
respect of a debt not proved by 28 July
2017. Any creditor who has not proved
his debt by that date, or who increases
the debt in his proof after that date, will
not be entitled to disturb the intended
sole distribution. The Joint Liquidators
intend that, after paying or providing for
a sole distribution in respect of creditors
who have proved their debts, all funds
remaining in the Joint Liquidators’ hands
following the sole distribution to creditors
shall be distributed to the shareholders
of the Companies absolutely.
The Companies are able to pay all their
known liabilities in full.
Further information about this case is
available from Lianne Fraser at the
offices of KPMG LLP on +44 (0) 131 527
6620 or at lianne.fraser@kpmg.co.uk.
Dated 28 June 2017
Blair Carnegie Nimmo, Joint Liquidator
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20032.3
-23.5
25389.0
-395.2
12437.1
-38.2
5174.9
-20.8
STERLING VALUE
Dollar
Yen
Euro
1.292
146.265
1.138
-0.002
-0.410
0.000
113.186
0.881
-0.1594
+0.0013
DOLLAR VALUE
Dollar/Yen
Dollar/Euro
COMMODITIES
GOLD($)
KRUGERRAND(£)
SILVER(pence)
BRENT CRUDE($)
1223.75
946.69
1249.76
49.71
OTHER INDICATORS
Base rate
Halifax mortgage rate
Retail Price Index
House price Index
Unemployment
0.25%
3.99%
+3.7% (CPI +2.9%)
+5.6%
1,530,000
Sainsbury’s basking in
red-hot summer sales
By David Shand City Editor
SIZZLING temperatures and revamped
food ranges have put the heat under
sales growth at Sainsbury’s.
Same-store takings at the UK’s second biggest supermarket increased by
2.3 per cent in the 16 weeks to July 1,
compared with 0.3 per cent growth over
the previous quarter, as shoppers
splashed out on paddling pools, fans and
summer clothing.
It continued to see benefits from last
year’s £1.4billion acquisition of the Argos
chain as general merchandise and clothing sales outperformed the market.
Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike
Coupe, pictured, hailed a “stellar performance” for its fast-track delivery
and collection service as customers
wanted to buy and receive products
on the same day.
Coupe said shoppers were snapping up its own-label food products
as it made hundreds of quality
improvements and held down
prices on basics such as eggs and
milk, as well as summer favourites
like
British
strawberries.
Total grocery sales
grew by 3 per cent, with
general merchandise up
1 per cent and clothing
up 7.2 per cent. The
number of transactions
Australia
Canada
China
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Eurozone
Hong Kong
Hungary
Israel
Japan
Kenya
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
Turkey
United States
1.65 dollar
1.62 dollar
8.20 renminbi
27.91 koruna
8.19 krone
1.11 euro
9.72 dollar
321.77 forint
4.25 shekel
138.96 yen
134.13 shilling
22.18 peso
1.71 dollar
10.41 krone
4.48 zloty
4.69 riyal
16.43 rand
10.58 krona
1.21 franc
41.45 baht
4.32 lira
1.26 dollar
home as disposable incomes become
more squeezed.
He added: “The market is competitive
and we continue to manage cost price
pressures closely. Our strategy is delivering and we are well-placed to navigate
the external environment.”
Meanwhile, Coupe remained tightlipped on reports that his store is in talks
to buy the convenience chain Nisa Retail
in a £130million deal.
Worldpay shares flying Lenders get warning
A LOOMING takeover battle
sent shares in UK payment
processing group Worldpay
soaring nearly 28 per cent
yesterday.
The £8billion business,
which last year posted a
£264.1million pre-tax profit,
has received approaches from
JPMorgan Chase Bank and
US payment handler Vantiv.
They have until August 1 to
announce a firm offer.
Worldpay was floated on
the London stock market less
than two years ago by its then
owners Bain Capital and
Advent International.
LENDERS have been told to
address concerns they are
taking on too much risk from
soaring consumer credit.
The Bank of England, which
last week said banks need to
find a further £11.4billion to
bolster their finances against
the risk of bad loans, wants
firms to show they are protected following a review of
lending in credit cards, car
finance and personal loans.
The Bank’s Prudential Regulation Authority said pricing
for risk “appeared to be influenced by the current benign
macroeconomic environment”.
CLOSE
52 WEEK
+/- HIGH LOW
3i Group ........................893½#
A.B. Foods ......................2904#
Admiral Group ....................2007
Anglo American .............. 1067½
Antofagasta...................... 823½
Ashtead Group ...................1565
AstraZeneca .......................5111
Aviva ....................................531
Babcock International .......883#
BAE Systems .................... 623½
Barclays ...............................207
Barratt Development ........ 566½
BHP Billiton ................... 1227½
BP .......................................450
British Amer.Tob ................5177
British Land ......................605#
BT Group ......................... 291¾
Bunzl .................................2271
Burberry Group ..................1640
Carnival..............................5065
Centrica ...............................204
Coca-Cola HBC................2239#
Compass Group...............1608#
CRH ...................................2770
Croda International ............3861
DCC ................................6955#
Diageo ........................... 2263½
Direct Line Insurance ....... 359¼
EasyJet...............................1360
Experian Group................1570#
Fresnillo.............................1483
G4S ................................. 326¼
GKN ................................. 327¾
GlaxoSmithKline .......... 1628½#
Glencore .......................... 303½
Hammerson...................... 571½
Hargreaves Lansdown .........1266
HSBC Holdings ...............721¾#
-11 944½
531
-18 3172 2361
-8 2260 1732
+2½ 1409½ 730¼
-½ 883½ 456¾
-19 1751 1035
-52 5508 4007
-1
544 352½
+3 1105
874
-8
677 519½
239¼ 131¾
+5
615 332½
+13 1480½
921
-1¼ 519¼
414
-59 5643 4258½
+1½
674 544½
-¼ 414¼
282
-13 2465 1988
-17 1818 1148
-30 5245 3349
+¼
242 192¼
-13 2397 1519
+1 1760¼ 1372¾
2920 2096
-36 4020 3072
+50 7540 5860
-9½ 2390 1956½
+1¼
400 333¾
+3 1414 873½
-7 1705 1383
+17 2008 1091
-½ 337½ 172½
-1½ 376½ 263½
-1½ 1722½ 1459
+2 344¾ 157¾
+1½ 609½
480
-15 1447 1111
-8 729¾ 461¾
COMPANY
CLOSE
52 WEEK
+/- HIGH LOW
Imperial Brands.............. 3447½
-11 4139 3345
Informa ................................665 +1½ 697½ 629½
InterContinental Htl............4260
-1 4468 2772½
Intertek Group ...................4185
-8 4441 3038
Intl Consolidated Airlines......612
+5
630 353½
ITV.......................................181 +¾ 219½
165
Johnson Matthey .............2880#
-15 3540 2856
Kingfisher ........................ 308½ +3¾ 386¼ 300½
Land Securities ...............1012#
+6 1133 922½
Legal & General....................262 -1¼ 263½
167
Lloyds Banking Grp .............66¼
-½
73 47½
London Stock Ex. ...............3605
-20 3760 2413
Marks & Spencer ...........334½# -2½ 395½
294
Mediclinic Intnl..................740#
+2 1119
679
Merlin Ent. ...........................479 +¼
537
426
Micro Focus .......................2215
-14 2660 1589
Mondi ................................2021
+4 2116 1354
Morrison (Wm) ................. 236¾
-1 249¼ 172½
National Grid.....................942#
-12 1135
895
Next...................................3881
-9 5680 3791
Old Mutual ....................... 195¼ +¾
229
185
Paddy Power Betfair...........8100
9950 7935
Pearson ........................... 687½
974
573
COMPANY
CLOSE
Persimmon.........................2291
Provident Financial .............2321
Prudential ...................... 1782½
Randgold Res .....................6850
Reckitt Benckiser ...............7700
Reed Elsevier .....................1652
Rentokil Initial.................. 272¼
Rio Tinto ........................ 3378½
Rolls-Royce Group ................897
Royal Bank Of Scot .......... 255¾
Royal Mail .....................422½#
RSA Insurance Grp ...............623
Ryl Dutch Shell ‘A’ ..............2073
Ryl Dutch Shell ‘B’ ..............2101
Sage Group ..........................677
Sainsbury (J)...................249½#
Schroders ..........................3115
Scottish Mortgage................397
SEGRO ............................. 486½
Severn Trent ...................2149#
Shire..................................4242
Sky .................................. 997½
Smith & Nephew ................1307
Smiths Group .....................1605
SSE....................................1461
St James’s Place ................1195
Standard Chartered ..............781
Standard Life ................... 401¼
Taylor Wimpey................175¾#
Tesco...................................167
TUI AG ...............................1114
Unilever..............................4151
United Utilities ...............857½#
Vodafone Group .............217¼#
Whitbread ..........................3916
Wolseley ............................4717
Worldpay..............................408
WPP Group ........................1616
52 WEEK
+/- HIGH LOW
+25
-47
-8½
+135
-81
-3
+1½
+4
+½
+¼
+2
+6½
+1½
+½
-3½
+¾
-8
-4
-25
+9
-½
-25
-11
-4
-5
-2½
+1
-¼
-2
-21½
-10
-1½
-9
-18
+88½
+3
2462
3320
1816
9715
8108
1717
286½
3679½
942
269
525
631½
2282½
2377½
756
281¾
3277
418
507
2553
5323
1007
1382
1684
1628
1238
818
403¾
203¼
218¾
1218
4372½
1056
239¾
4307
5145
422½
1921
A FACE powder
championed by reality TV
star Kim Kardashian
provided a healthy glow
to Superdrug’s annual
sales.
The retailer said
customers “continued to
be influenced by
celebrities” as its pre-tax
profit jumped 41 per cent
to £80.4million on 10.4
per cent higher revenue
of £1.21billion.
As well as a “bestselling performance” by
Ms Kardashian’s banana
powder, the Hong
Kong-owned chain also
benefited from 23 new
stores opening.
Cosmetics sales were
up 14 per cent to achieve
a 30 per cent market
share for the first time.
Apple are
accused
IMAGINATION
Technologies accused
Apple of unethical
behaviour as the dispute
with its biggest
customer rumbles on.
The chip designer,
whose shares crashed
after the iPhone maker
said it would stop using
its intellectual property,
is reviewing its options
having made “no
progress” after invoking
a resolution procedure.
Imagination, in talks
with potential bidders
after going up for sale,
posted an annual pre-tax
profit of £2.37million.
It said: “Apple made an
unsubstantiated claim.
We do not believe this to
be acceptable business
practice.”
MARKET REPORT
++ THE FTSE 100 THE FTSE 100 THE FTSE 100 ++
COMPANY
TOURIST’S POUND
SPLASHING NEWS FOR STORE: Sales of paddling pools have boomed
increased by 1.9 per cent, with
online and convenience grocery
sales up by 8 per cent and 10
per cent respectively.
Coupe said there
had been “no massive change in
consumer behaviour”, despite signs
that shoppers were
choosing to eat at
Kim helps
Superdrug
1289
2230
1151½
5470
6514
1282
195
2257
639½
149
400¾
476½
1798½
1882½
599
214½
2201
273
366¾
2073
4187½
750½
1067
1120
1391
745
560¼
262
116
154
888
3092
854½
190½
3405
3831
256½
1601
CHALLENGER bank Virgin
Money was 17½p in the black at
288p after buy support from
brokers Investec and Jefferies.
Energy services group Hunting
flowed 25¾p north to 517p after
its half-year trading was boosted
by an upturn in US onshore
drilling.
Fellow oil services mid-caps
Amec Foster Wheeler and Wood
Group gained 7p to 473½p and 9p
to 645p.
Johnson Service Group, which
supplies workwear and linen to
restaurants, rose 2p to 131p as it
flagged annual results ahead of
management expectations.
US oil and gas group Magnolia
Petroleum gushed 0.03p higher to
0.11p after a deal to invest
$18.5million into the Oklahoma oil
and gas market on behalf of
Western Energy Development,
which will become a 29 per cent
shareholder in Magnolia.
Recruitment firm Norman
Broadbent gained 7½p to 18p as
it beat off competition from larger
providers to secure a “significant”
contract with a FTSE 100
company, while tough trading
conditions hit publisher Quarto
Group, down 65p to 172½p.
Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
47
+ BG + Barclays + BT + Centrica + Dixons Carphone + First Group + HSBC + Kingfisher + Marks & Spencer + Next + Prudential + Rolls-Royce + Sainsburys + Tesco + Unilever + Vodafone + Whitbread + WPP
COMPANY
52 WEEK
HIGH LOW
CLOSE +/-
Aerospace & Defence
Avon Rubber . . . . . . . . . . . . 1014
-5
BAE Systems . . . . . . . . . . . .623½
-8
Chemring Group. . . . . . . . . .182½ +¾
Cobham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128¾
-1
Meggitt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .477½ +½
QinetiQ Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 265 -3½
Rolls-Royce Group. . . . . . . . . 897 +½
Senior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .234½ -1½
Ultra Electronics . . . . . . . . . . 2023
-3
1119
677
204½
152½
509½
319¾
942
242
2204
825
519½
124
96¼
395½
217½
639½
171½
1677
Alternative Energy
Porvair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 540 -6½
606
345
Automobiles & Parts
GKN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .327¾ -1½ 376½ 263½
Torotrak. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +¾
4¼
+¾
Banks
Bank Of Ireland . . . . . . . . . . . 20¾ +¼ 23½ 13¾
Barclays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207
239¼ 131¾
BCB Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13¼
21¾
6
Bco Santander . . . . . . . . . . . . 529 +1½
535 284½
HSBC Holdings . . . . . . . . .721¾#
-8 729¾ 461¾
Lloyds Banking Grp . . . . . . . . 66¼ -½
73 47½
Royal Bank Of Scot . . . . . . .255¾ +¼
269
149
Standard Chartered . . . . . . . . 781
-5
818 560¼
Beverages
Barr (AG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 +3½
660
468
Britvic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .689½# -1½ 725½ 523½
Coca-Cola HBC . . . . . . . . . 2239# -13 2397 1519
Diageo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2263½ -9½ 2390 1956½
Chemicals
Carclo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 -1¾
179
112
Croda International. . . . . . . . 3861 -36 4020 3072
Elementis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .297¼ -1¼
317
192
Johnson Matthey . . . . . . . . 2880# -15 3540 2856
Synthomer . . . . . . . . . . . . .486¼# -3¼ 509½
321
Treatt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 457 +½
523 163½
Victrex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1881 -12 2044 1433
Construction & Materials
Alumasc Group. . . . . . . . . . .186½
Balfour Beatty . . . . . . . . . . . . 267# -2¾
Boot (Henry) . . . . . . . . . . . . .296½ -4½
Clarke T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83¾ -¼
Costain Group . . . . . . . . . . .453¾ -3½
CRH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2770
Galliford Try . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1142
-2
Gleeson (MJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 626
-6
Keller Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 865 -8½
Kier Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1221
-8
Kingspan Grp . . . . . . . . . . . . 2686 +15¾
Low & Bonar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85¼ -¼
Marshalls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 368 -5½
Morgan Sindall . . . . . . . . . . . 1250 +5
Smart (J) & Co. . . . . . . . . . .110½
Titon Holdings. . . . . . . . . . . .174½ +7
Tyman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340 -3¾
202
298½
308¾
93¼
489¾
2920
1583
689½
1024
1503
2881
89¾
412½
1304
112½
174½
367
122½
199½
169¾
57
284¾
2096
785
432½
644½
932
1582¾
59½
206½
560
100¼
83½
238¼
Electricity
Drax Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
SSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1461
-1 384½ 277½
-4 1628 1391
Electronic & Electrical Equipment
Dialight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1052 +15 1115
505
Halma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1093
-7 1178 886½
Morgan Crucible . . . . . . . . . . . 284 -1½ 338½ 217½
Oxford Instruments. . . . . . . . 1013
-6 1134
618
Renishaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3608
-5 3762 2150
Spectris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2511 -33 2834 1728
TT Electronics. . . . . . . . . . . .192½ +3¼
210
125
Volex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61¼ +¼ 61½ 31½
Xaar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 376 +2
520 326¾
XP Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2448#
2680 1512
Equity Investment Instruments
Aberdeen All Asia. . . . . . . . . 557# -1½
Aberdeen Asian Sml . . . . . . 1079
-1
Aberforth Smll.Co. . . . . . . . . 1241 -14
Acencia Debt . . . . . . . . . . . .122¼ +¼
Acorn Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . 440 -½
Advance Devlpg Fund . . . . . . 574
-4
Albion Tech.& Gen. VCT . . . . 68½
Albion VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Alliance Trust . . . . . . . . . . . .704½ -½
Artemis Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . .282½ -4¾
Aurora Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . .194½ -1½
Baillie Gifford Japan . . . . . . . . 666
-8
Baillie Gifford Shin Nip . . . . . . 688 -12
Bankers Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . 783 -5½
Baronsmead VCT.2 . . . . . . . . 87¼
BH Global GBP . . . . . . . . . . 1268
-6
BH Global USD . . . . . . . . . .979¼ +½
BH Macro GBP. . . . . . . . . . . 1899
-5
Biotech Growth Trust . . . . . . . 761 -11
BlackRock Mining. . . . . . . . .339¼ -¼
Blue Planet Intl Tst . . . . . . . . . 50¼ +½
BlueCrest AllBlue . . . . . . . . . 211 +½
Bluehone AiM VCT2 . . . . . . . 35½
British Assets Tst . . . . . . . . . . 119
British Empire Tst . . . . . . . . .688½ +3½
Brunner Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . . 703
-4
Caledonia Inv.. . . . . . . . . . . . 2942 -43
City Natural Res.Yld. . . . . . .111½ +2¼
City Of London . . . . . . . . . . .425½ -1½
Dunedin Ent.IT. . . . . . . . . . .351½ +1
Dunedin Income . . . . . . . . . . . 263 -1¾
Dunedin Small. . . . . . . . . . . . . 230 -2¼
Eastern Euro Tst . . . . . . . . . . 317 +1¾
Edin Wwide Inv. . . . . . . . . . . . 612 -10½
Edin.Drgn.Tst.. . . . . . . . . . . .351¼ -¾
Edin.Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 744# +2
Edin.US Tracker . . . . . . . . . . 1172 -11
Elderstreet VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Electra Private Eq. . . . . . . . 1720# -31
F&C Cap&Inc . . . . . . . . . . . .317½ -3½
F&C Smaller Cos . . . . . . . . . 1290 -25
F&C US Smaller Companies 850 +3
Fidelity Asian . . . . . . . . . . . . . 384 -3½
Fidelity European . . . . . . . . .218¾ +½
Fidelity Japanese . . . . . . . . .122¾
-3
Fidelity Special . . . . . . . . . . .237¾
Finsbury Gwth&In. . . . . . . . . . 714 -4½
For.&Col.Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . .588½
-5
Foresight 3 VCT . . . . . . . . . . 56½
Foresight Tech.VCT . . . . . . . . . 74 +3
Gartmore Euro.. . . . . . . . . .1373½ -2½
579
1094
1333
123¾
453
585
68½
71
717
300¾
201
692
713½
802
91¾
1317
1024¾
2160
807¼
403
50¼
211
37½
119¼
702
707
3008
147½
441
371½
271
245
341¾
622½
363
779½
1299
63
5110
325½
1340½
925
405½
226
126¼
250¼
745½
604½
466½
861
866
102¼
322½
440¼
63
63
518½
205
151
494¼
504
596
81
1181
923
1875
624
263
31
181½
35½
102¾
506½
528
2237
99¾
375
299
228¾
173¾
234½
432¼
279
661
975
54
1705
252½
1021
711
295
161
94¼
170
607
448½
75
1415
69
905
COMPANY
CLOSE +/-
Genesis E.M.F.. . . . . . . . . . . . 654 -3½
Graphite Ent . . . . . . . . . . . . .742½ -3½
Hansa Tst ‘A’ . . . . . . . . . . . .897½ -2½
Hansa Tst Plc . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 -14
Henderson Euro.Tst . . . . . .1142½ -6½
Henderson Far Est . . . . . . . . . 372
-3
Henderson High Inc . . . . . . . 188# +1
Henderson Opp Tst . . . . . . .925¾
Herald Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . 1000
-9
HGCapital Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . 1680
HSBC Infrastructure . . . . . . . . 160 -¼
Impax Env.Mkt . . . . . . . . . . .233½ -1¼
Int.Biotech.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . 607 -2½
International Public . . . . . . . .158¼ -¼
Invesco Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . .269¾ -1½
Invesco Inc Gth Tst . . . . . .299¼# -3¼
Invesco Perp UK . . . . . . . . . . 467 -5¾
JPM American . . . . . . . . . . .381½
-1
JPM Asian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330
-2
JPM Claverhouse. . . . . . . . . . 664
-3
JPM Elect Man Gwth . . . . . . . 748
JPM Emerg Mkt . . . . . . . . . .790½ -9½
JPM Euro Sml Co . . . . . . . . 374# -2¼
JPM Global Emerging . . . .122¾# -1¼
JPM Indian . . . . . . . . . . . . . .704½
-3
JPM Japanese . . . . . . . . . . .375½ -4½
JPM Mid Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . 1015
-5
JPM Overseas IT . . . . . . . .300¾#
-1
JPM Smaller Co . . . . . . . . . .893¼ -9¾
JPM US Sml Co . . . . . . . . . .275¼ -1¾
Jupiter Euro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 692 -4½
Jupiter Primdna . . . . . . . . . .325½
-2
JZ Capital Partners . . . . . . .562½
Keystone Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . 1774
-5
Law Debenture . . . . . . . . . . . . 567
-7
Lowland Invest Co . . . . . .1497½# -9½
Majedie Inv. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275
-5
Manchester&Lon. . . . . . . . . .354¾ -2½
Martin Currie Pac. . . . . . . . .391¾ -5½
Martin Currie Prtflo Tst . . . .233½# -1½
Matrix Inc & Gwth 4 . . . . . . . . . 90
Maven Income And Growth VCT 56½#
Mercantile Inv Tst . . . . . . . . 1911# +6
Merchants Tst. . . . . . . . . . . .477½ -5¾
Mid Wynd Int. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 442 +1
Midas Inc&Gwth Tst. . . . . . . . 173 -¼
Mithras Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . . 221
Monks Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . .682½
-6
Montanaro Euro Tst . . . . . .796¼# -3¾
Montanaro Uk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535
-5
Murray Inc.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . 798
-2
Murray Int.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . . 1250
-6
New India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 455
-3
New Star Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . 105
North Atl.Smlr.Tst . . . . . . . . . 2570 -54
Northern 2 VCT . . . . . . . . . . . 66#
Northern Investors . . . . . . .312½# -40
Northern Venture . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Oxford Tech 2 VCT . . . . . . . . . 30
Oxford Tech VCT . . . . . . . . . . 35#
Pacific Assets . . . . . . . . . . .246½# -2½
Pacific Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . . 265 -1½
Pantheon Int. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1795 -10
Perpetual In.&Gwth . . . . . . .394½ -2¼
Polar Cap.Tech . . . . . . . . . .953½ -11
RCM Technology Trust . . . .977½ +2½
RIT Capital Partners. . . . . . . 1900 -14
Ruffer Investment . . . . . . . . . . 234 -1½
Schroder Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409
-2
Schroder Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 290 +½
Schroder Japan . . . . . . . . . .193½ -2½
Schroder UK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 -½
Schroder UK M&S . . . . . . . .490¾
-6
Scottish American . . . . . . . . . 353
-3
Scottish Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . 809#
-2
Scottish Mortgage . . . . . . . . . 397
-4
Shires Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253 +1¼
Shires Smlr.Co . . . . . . . . . . . . 230
-1
Small Comp Div.Tst . . . . . . . . 246
SPARK VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20¾
Standard Life Equity. . . . . . .442¾
-3
Standard Life UK Sml . . . . . . 427
-4
SVM Global . . . . . . . . . . . . .270¼
-3
SVM UK Emerging. . . . . . . . . 74½
Talisman VCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . 55½
Temple Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1260
Templeton Emrg. . . . . . . . . . 673# -6½
The European Inv.Tst . . . . . . 920 -10
Throgmorton Tst. . . . . . . . . . . 421
-4
TR Euro.Growth . . . . . . . . . . 1075
-5
TR Prop. IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341# +½
Troy Inc & Growth Trust . . . . 80¼
-1
Value & Income . . . . . . . . . . 271# -4½
Witan Inv Trust . . . . . . . . . . . 1002
-2
Witan Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 319 +2½
Wwide Healthcare . . . . . . . 2485#
-7
52 WEEK
HIGH LOW
671½
764½
907½
935
1190
378¾
201¼
975½
1014½
1699
184¾
238¾
629½
161½
278
308
492
392½
334
698¾
764½
815
383¾
129½
738
386
1075
306¼
953¼
290½
714½
342½
575
1835
601½
1565
311
370½
402¾
240¾
99
67½
1975
491½
450¾
174½
227½
711½
805
563
817¾
1288
473
110
2760
78
955
83½
35
42½
261½
268½
1842
408½
1049
1040
1952
240
421½
298¼
204
176¾
532½
361½
834½
418
253
243
255½
20¾
455
444¼
291½
75
55½
1319
699½
935
436¾
1091
355
82½
282
1032
325
2563
545
551½
715
715
800
303½
164½
679½
675¼
1153
159¼
185¾
465
148¼
206
263½
332
308¼
236
544¾
602½
636
269
101½
577½
309¾
794
210
685
191
514¼
250
410
1585
459¾
1130½
247
249½
287
193½
90
56½
1415
402¾
358½
144¼
152
426½
530½
393
680
990
354¼
77
2131
66
312½
68
20
33
217
188
1306
355
608½
624
1627
212¾
297
239½
147½
149½
360¼
286
636
273
203¼
177½
177
18
361½
296
219½
57
50½
1003
514½
621
266½
615½
260½
72½
231½
748
258
1905
944½
200
348½
375½
348¾
377½
327½
1715
78
1447
184½
959½
920
341¼
627½
199¾
508
462½
3760
46
161¼
486
3320
2657
2534
3277
2403
260
493¼
531
180¼
248¼
274
214¾
251½
205½
989½
26
1111
130½
450¾
454¼
157½
431½
127
329
254
2413
36½
107¼
227½
2230
1590
1920
2201
1689
217½
281¼
Financial Services
3i Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .893½# -11
3i Infrastructure. . . . . . . . . .191¼# -¾
Aberdeen Asset.Man. . . . . . . 302
-2
Ashmore Group . . . . . . . . . .346½ -4¾
Brewin Dolphin . . . . . . . . . . .334¼ -3½
Charles Stanley . . . . . . . . .377½# +12½
Charles Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . 225
-9
Close Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . 1486 -14
Guinness Peat Group . . . . . . 75¾ -1½
Hargreaves Lansdown. . . . . 1266 -15
IFG Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
-2
IG Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 557
-2
Intermediate Cap.Grp . . . . . 845#
-7
International Pers Fin . . . . . .168½ -1½
Investec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .578½ +4½
IP Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
-1
Jupiter Fund Man. . . . . . . . . . 501 -1½
Liontrust Asset Man . . . . . . . 441#
-8
London Stock Ex. . . . . . . . . . 3605 -20
Lonfin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44½
Man Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154¾ +¼
Paragon Group. . . . . . . . . . . . 417 -½
Provident Financial. . . . . . . . 2321 -47
Rathbone Brothers . . . . . . . . 2526
-7
S & U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2032½# -16½
Schroders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3115
-8
Schroders NV . . . . . . . . . . . . 2224 -18
Shore Capital . . . . . . . . . . . .252½
Tullett Prebon . . . . . . . . . . . .468¾ -3½
SHARES AT A GLANCE
COMPANY
CLOSE +/-
52 WEEK
HIGH LOW
Walker Crips Group . . . . . . . . . 40
49½
38½
Fixed Line Telecommunications
BT Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .291¾
KCOM Group . . . . . . . . . . . .89¼#
TalkTalk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185¼
Telecom Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . 1137
-¼ 414¼
282
+¼
121 87½
+¾ 235½ 152½
-15 1321 997½
Food & Drug Retailers
Booker Group . . . . . . . . . . .184¼#
Greggs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1056
Morrison (Wm) . . . . . . . . . . .236¾
Ocado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .289½
Sainsbury (J) . . . . . . . . . . .249½#
Tesco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
United Drug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 855
+¼
-14
-1
+½
+¾
-¼
-7
212¼
1129
249¼
325
281¾
218¾
866½
162½
897
172½
215½
214½
154
570
A.B. Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2904# -18
Anglo-Eastern . . . . . . . . . . . . 835# +16
Carr’s Milling . . . . . . . . . . . . .132½ -3½
Cranswick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2773# -21
Dairy Crest . . . . . . . . . . . . . .583½
-2
Devro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 +½
Glanbia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1506¼ -6¼
Greencore Group . . . . . . . . . 240#
-1
Kerry Grp ‘A’ Shs . . . . . . . .6482¼ -76½
Premier Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . 40¾ +¾
REA Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328
Tate & Lyle . . . . . . . . . . . . .663½# +2½
Unilever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4151 -21½
3172
888
167¼
3005
690
289
1711
302¼
7156¾
55½
370
807
4372½
2361
400½
124
2118
550
140
1242¾
218¼
5434¼
38
218¼
659
3092
Food Producers
COMPANY
CLOSE +/-
52 WEEK
HIGH LOW
COMPANY
CLOSE +/-
52 WEEK
HIGH LOW
Mobile Telecommunications
Inmarsat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .741½ +8½
870
603
Vodafone Group . . . . . . . . .217¼# -1½ 239¾ 190½
Nonequity Investment Instruments
Industrial Engineering
Bodycote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 763 -8½
C.H. Bailey . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153½
Castings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .462½
Fenner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .294¾ +4¾
Goodwin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1587½ -22½
Hill & Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1377 +8
IMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1195 -16
Melrose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237¾ -2¾
Renold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52¼ -¼
Rotork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237½
Severfield-Rowen . . . . . . . . . . 76½ -2¼
Slingsby H.C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47½
Spirax-Sarco . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5315 -75
Tex Holdings. . . . . . . . . . . .135½#
Trifast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .221¾ -1½
Vitec Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1012 +12
Weir Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1781 +7
836½
155
490
337¼
2315
1475
1309
261¼
64
267½
88
125
5760
146½
227
1041
2083
512½
105
407¼
156¼
1525
860
911
77¼
33¾
194½
43¾
20
3690
100½
132
505
1347
Industrial Metals & Mining
Evraz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .219¾ -¼
273 125¾
Ferrexpo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207¼ -1½ 208¾
32
Interntl Ferro Metals . . . . . . . . . . 1
Industrial Transportation
BBA Aviation. . . . . . . . . . . . .306½ -½ 323¾
209
Braemar Shipping Serv . . . . 276#
-4 417¾ 234¾
Clarkson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2528 +18 3010 1691
Fisher (J) & Sons . . . . . . . . . 1600 -22 1761 1380
Ocean Wilsons . . . . . . . . . . . 1040 -2½ 1115 767½
Royal Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . .422½# +2
525 400¾
European Ass Tst. . . . . . . . . 1280 -2½ 1315 972½
Invesco Lev. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83½
83½ 72¼
Oryx Int.Gwth.. . . . . . . . . . . .707½
722½ 582½
Rights &Iss.Inc . . . . . . . . . .2077½ -10 2165 1295
Nonlife Insurance
Admiral Group . . . . . . . . . . . 2007
Beazley Group . . . . . . . . . . .491¼
Direct Line Insurance . . . . . .359¼
Esure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300¾
Hiscox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1279
Jardine Lloyd . . . . . . . . . . . . 1195
Lancashire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 709
Novae Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . 581
RSA Insurance Grp . . . . . . . . 623
-8 2260 1732
+3 492¾
362
+1¼
400 333¾
+1½ 304½
189
+6 1292
982
-5 1224 905½
+4½
758 578½
+8
835
506
+6½ 631½ 476½
Oil & Gas Producers
BP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450
Cairn Energy. . . . . . . . . . . . .179¼
Enquest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32¾
Exillon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124¼
Gulf Keystone Pet. . . . . . . . . . 99½
JKX Oil & Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . 19½
Ophir Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Premier Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53¼
Regal Petroleum. . . . . . . . . . . . 3¾
Ryl Dutch Shell ‘A’ . . . . . . . . 2073
Ryl Dutch Shell ‘B’ . . . . . . . . 2101
Salamander Energy . . . . . . 79½
Soco International . . . . . . . .121¾
Tullow Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
-1¼ 519¼
414
+2
243
170
+¼
55 22¼
+1¼ 174½
88
-¾
375
97
33½
16
+1½ 99¾
65
+2¼
96 44¼
-½
5½
2¾
+1½ 2282½ 1798½
+½ 2377½ 1882½
+¾
+5¾
167 113¾
284 145½
Oil Equipment, Services & Distribution
Amec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .473½ +7
Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 517 +25¾
John Wood Group . . . . . . . . . 645 +9
Lamprell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102½ +2¼
Petrofac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .466½ +6
619½ 406¾
640 406½
894½
629
115½
56
952½
349
Personal Goods
Burberry Group. . . . . . . . . . . 1640
PZ Cussons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339
Supergroup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1541
-17 1818 1148
-2 372½ 294¼
+5 1718 1229
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
AstraZeneca . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5111 -52 5508 4007
BTG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 682 -8½
730 534½
Genus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1718 -27 2042 1642
GlaxoSmithKline . . . . . . . .1628½# -1½ 1722½ 1459
Hikma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1437 +8 2676 1425
Oxford Biomedica. . . . . . . . . . 10½ +1½ 10¾
3
Shire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4242 +9 5323 4187½
Real Estate Investment & Services
Forestry & Paper
Mondi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2021
+4
2116
1354
+¼
-12
-21
-25
-10
242 192¼
1135
895
944
768
2553 2073
1056 854½
General Industrials
DS Smith. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 486 +4¾ 488¾ 369¾
RPC Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 768
1007 700½
Smiths Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 1605 -11 1684 1120
Vesuvius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 553
-1
591 282½
General Retailers
Ashley (Laura) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11¼
Brown (N.) Group . . . . . . . . .308½
Caffyns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 495
Carpetright . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189½
Debenhams . . . . . . . . . . . . .42¾#
Dignity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2453
Dixons Carphone . . . . . . . . . . 286
Dunelm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 590
Findel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196¾
Flying Brands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
French Connection. . . . . . . . . 38¼
Halfords Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 341
Inchcape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .748½
John David Group . . . . . . . . 346#
Kingfisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .308½
Lookers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110¾
Marks & Spencer . . . . . . . .334½#
Moss Bros. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99¾
Mothercare . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108½
Next . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3881
Pendragon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Pets At Home . . . . . . . . . . . . 162#
Saga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206¾
Sports Direct . . . . . . . . . . . . .293½
Ted Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2341
Topps Tiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83#
WH Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1692
-3¾
-4½
-1
+1
-1
-3½
-1¼
-4½
-½
+3¾
+1½
-2½
+½
-9
-¼
+2¾
-½
+3¼
-2
23
9¾
316¼ 160½
575
486
254
150
64 42½
2871 2296
389 281½
932
589
215¾
155
50¼
385
859½
456
386¼
138½
395½
120
141¼
5680
39
260½
226
349½
3050
122
1825
31¼
305½
590½
211½
300½
94
294
90
106¼
3791
27¾
155
182¾
252¼
2140
80¼
1447
Health Care Equipment & Services
Bioquell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178½
Consort Medical . . . . . . . . . . 1023
Mediclinic Intnl . . . . . . . . . . . 740#
Smith & Nephew . . . . . . . . . 1307
+2
-9
+2
-25
179
126
1169 972½
1119
679
1382 1067
Household Goods & Home Construction
Abbey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1220
Barratt Development . . . . . .566½
Bellway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2965
Berkeley Grp Hldgs . . . . . . . 3200
Bovis Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 953
Colefax Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 490
Headlam Group . . . . . . . . . .538½
Mcbride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190¾
Persimmon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2291
Reckitt Benckiser . . . . . . . . . 7700
Redrow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 544
Taylor Wimpey . . . . . . . . . .175¾#
302
147
308 170½
Leisure Goods
Gas, Water & Multiutilities
Centrica. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204
National Grid. . . . . . . . . . . . . 942#
Pennon Group . . . . . . . . . . .813½
Severn Trent. . . . . . . . . . . . 2149#
United Utilities. . . . . . . . . . .857½#
Stobart Group . . . . . . . . . . .288¾# -3½
Wincanton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246
-9
+5
+9
+16
+3½
+3
-¾
+25
-81
-2½
+1
1220
980
615 332½
3020 1689
3392 2270
959
627
540
445
651½
418
204¼
148
2462 1289
8108 6514
591½ 275½
203¼
116
The service is provided for general information only and is not intended to address individual requirements. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before
making investment decisions. Reasonable care will be taken in ensuring the accuracy of the information provided but it may include errors, omissions or inaccuracies.
Games Workshop . . . . . . . 1200#
1247
455
Photo-Me Intl. . . . . . . . . . . . .160½ -2½ 177¾ 132¼
Life Insurance
Aviva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 531
Chesnara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .384¼
Legal & General . . . . . . . . . . . 262
Old Mutual . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195¼
Phoenix Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 772
Prudential . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1782½
St James’s Place . . . . . . . . . 1195
Standard Life . . . . . . . . . . . .401¼
-1
544 352½
-2¾ 397½
272
-1¼ 263½
167
+¾
229
185
-1½ 798½ 637¾
-8½ 1816 1151½
1238
745
-2½ 403¾
262
Media
4imprint Group . . . . . . . . . . . 1632
Bloomsbury Publish. . . . . . . . 166
Daily Mail & Gen . . . . . . . . .658½
Euromoney Inst. . . . . . . . . . . 1051
Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
Haynes Publishing . . . . . . . .187½
Huntsworth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61½#
Informa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 665
ITE Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152¼#
ITV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Johnston Press. . . . . . . . . . . . 14¼
Moneysupermarket . . . . . . .355½
Pearson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .687½
Quarto Group . . . . . . . . . . . .172½
Reed Elsevier . . . . . . . . . . . . 1652
Rightmove. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4227
Sky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .997½
STV Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .382½
Tarsus Grp.. . . . . . . . . . . . .277¼#
Trinity Mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99¾
Utd Business Media . . . . . . .688½
Wilmington Group . . . . . . . . . 230
WPP Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1616
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African Barrick Gold . . . . . .284¼
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Anglo American . . . . . . . . .1067½ +2½ 1409½
Anglo Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110# +1¾ 133¾
Antofagasta. . . . . . . . . . . . . .823½ -½ 883½
Avocet Mining . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36½
123
BHP Billiton. . . . . . . . . . . . .1227½ +13 1480½
Centamin Egypt . . . . . . . . . . . 156 +2½ 190½
Fresnillo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1483 +17 2008
Gem Diamonds . . . . . . . . . . . 95¾ +2½
133
Glencore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .303½ +2 344¾
Hochschild Mining . . . . . . . .266½ +1½
314
Kazakhmys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 534
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Kenmare Res. . . . . . . . . . . . . 246 -6½ 366¼
Lonmin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65¾ -¼
245
Petra Diamonds . . . . . . . . . .106¼
171½
Petropavlovsk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7¼ +¼
9
Polymetal Intl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 872 +9½ 1190
Randgold Res. . . . . . . . . . . . 6850 +135 9715
Rio Tinto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3378½ +4 3679½
Sirius Minerals . . . . . . . . . . . . 28¾ +¼ 45½
Vedanta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 696 +14½ 1102
261
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81
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921
115
1091
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157¾
187
121¾
191
63
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5470
2257
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425
Capital & Counties . . . . . . . .292¾
Capital & Regional . . . . . . . . . 55¾
Cardiff Property . . . . . . . . . 1650#
CLS Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . .201½
Daejan Holdings . . . . . . . . . . 6180
Development Sec. . . . . . . . .189¾
F&C Commercial . . . . . . . . . . 145
Foxtons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92½
Grainger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 258
Helical Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 290#
London & Ass.Prop . . . . . . . . 19½
Mountview Est. . . . . . . . . . . 11450
Panther Secs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345
Raven Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50¼
Savills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 864
St. Modwen Prop.. . . . . . . . .361½
Stewart & Wight . . . . . . . . . . . 525
UK Coal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95½
UK Commercial Prop . . . . . . . 92¼
Wynnstay Props. . . . . . . . .542½#
+2¾ 324¾
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64
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200
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4796
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102¼
90¾
199
230
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9950
292½
34
548½
222¼
485
70½
68½
470
Real Estate Investment Trusts
Big Yellow Group . . . . . . . . . 780#
British Land. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 605#
Derwent London . . . . . . . . . . 2652
Great Portland Est.. . . . . . .593½#
Hammerson . . . . . . . . . . . . .571½
Hansteen Holdings. . . . . . . . . 123
Highcroft Inv.. . . . . . . . . . . . .927½
Intu Properties . . . . . . . . . . .269¼
Land Securities. . . . . . . . . . 1012#
London & Stamford Prop . .165¼#
Mckay Secs. . . . . . . . . . . . .226¾#
Mucklow (A&J) . . . . . . . . . . . 505#
Primary Health . . . . . . . . . . .112¼
SEGRO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .486½
Shaftesbury. . . . . . . . . . . . .968½#
Town Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . .287½
Unite Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649
Workspace Group . . . . . . . . . 883
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822
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3007
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609½
129
932½
317
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480
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812½
260
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138½
142
382
102¼
366¾
833
265
543½
577
Software & Computer Services
Aveva Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 1956 +4 2087 1661
Computacenter . . . . . . . . . . . . 801 -3½
863
678
Electronic Data Proc. . . . . . .66½#
75 65¼
Emblaze . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25¼
Fidessa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2332 -11 2640 1981
Gresham Computing . . . . . .166½
-1 173½ 89½
Intec Telecom . . . . . . . . . . . . 71¾
Micro Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2215 -14 2660 1589
Microgen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .316½
336
139
RM Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177½ +2½ 193½
120
Sage Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 677 -3½
756
599
SDL International . . . . . . . . . . 618
-2
670 383½
Triad Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
85½
29
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Acal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302#
302¾
Aggreko. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 908
-4 1286
Ashtead Group . . . . . . . . . . . 1565 -19 1751
Babcock International. . . . . . 883# +3 1105
Berendsen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1227
-6 1355
Bunzl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2271 -13 2465
Cape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181½ -1½ 248½
Capita Group . . . . . . . . . . . .687½ +7 1061
Carillion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185½
-2 296¼
Communisis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50½ +¾
56
DCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6955# +50 7540
De La Rue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 663#
-3 703½
Diploma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1089
-2 1136
Electrocomponents . . . . . .594½# -4½ 606½
204½
765
1035
874
733
1988
140¾
452½
185½
34½
5860
514
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Essentra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 563 -13½
Experian Group . . . . . . . . . 1570#
-7
G4S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .326¼ -½
Harvey Nash Group . . . . . . . . 88# -3¼
Hays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163¾ -2¼
Homeserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . .729½ +1½
Howden Joinery . . . . . . . . . .406¾ +1½
IEnergizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Interserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241¾ +2¾
Intertek Group. . . . . . . . . . . . 4185
-8
John Menzies . . . . . . . . . . . .678½ -11½
London Security . . . . . . . . . 2200# +100
Macfarlane Group . . . . . . . . . 60½ +¼
Mangmnt Consulting . . . . . . . . . 8
Mears Group . . . . . . . . . . .463¾# +¼
Michael Page . . . . . . . . . . . .476½ +½
Mitie Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .275¾ +1
Norish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44½
Northgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .439¼ -¾
Paypoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .860½#
-4
Rentokil Initial . . . . . . . . . . . .272¼ +1½
Ricardo Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 772 +2½
Robert Walters . . . . . . . . . . . . 425 -9¾
RPS Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257¼ -2¼
Serco Group . . . . . . . . . . . . .112¾ +¾
Shanks Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 80# -3¼
SIG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146# -2¾
Smiths News . . . . . . . . . . .111½# -1¼
Speedy Hire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57¼
-1
St.Ives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51¾ -1¼
SThree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303 +1
Travis Perkins . . . . . . . . . . . . 1454 +9
Waterman Group . . . . . . . . .139½
Wolseley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4717 -18
Worldpay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 408 +88½
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648
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337½
91¼
174½
787½
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104½
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111
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221
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Technology Hardware & Equipment
BATM Advanced . . . . . . . . . . 19½ +½
CML Microsystems . . . . . . .482½ +5
Imagination Tech . . . . . . . . . . 157 +13½
Laird Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . .138½ -1½
Northamber. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32½
Spirent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117½ +½
20
15
492½ 331½
291½ 95½
263½ 100¼
34½
30
127½ 74½
Tobacco
British Amer.Tob. . . . . . . . . . 5177
Imperial Brands . . . . . . . . .3447½
-59
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5643 4258½
4139 3345
Travel & Leisure
888 Holdings. . . . . . . . . . . . .253½
Air Partner. . . . . . . . . . . . . .107¾#
Carnival . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5065
Celtic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Compass Group . . . . . . . . . 1608#
Domino’s Pizza. . . . . . . . . . . . 283
EasyJet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1360
Enterprise Inns . . . . . . . . . . .124¾
FirstGroup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Fuller Smith & Turner. . . . . 1014#
Go-Ahead Group . . . . . . . . . 1759
Greene King . . . . . . . . . . . . .654½
GVC Holdings. . . . . . . . . . . .757½
Heavitree. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425
InterContinental Htl. . . . . . . . 4260
Intl Consolidated Airlines . . . . 612
Irish Continental Uts . . . . . . .450½
Ladbrokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114¼
Marston’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121#
Merlin Ent.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 479
Millennium & Cop. . . . . . . . .435¾
Mitchells & Butlers . . . . . . . . . 228
National Express . . . . . . . . .362¾
Paddy Power Betfair . . . . . . 8100
Punch Taverns . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Rank Group . . . . . . . . . . . . .229¾
Restaurant Gp . . . . . . . . . .319½#
Ryanair Holdings . . . . . . . .1611¾
Sportech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108¾
Stagecoach Group . . . . . . . .185½
Thomas Cook Group . . . . . . . 90½
TUI AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1114
Wetherspoon (JD) . . . . . . . .967½
Whitbread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3916
William Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254½
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Arbuthnot Banking . . . . . . .1322½ +10 1717
ASOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5641 -79 6425
Boohoo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .227½ -6¼
266
Camellia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10410# +54½ 11334
Churchill China . . . . . . . . . . .952½ -12½ 1162½
City Of London . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 -¼
6¾
CPP Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14½ +¾ 16½
Cropper (James) . . . . . . . . . 1690 -40 1760
Dewhurst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 690
710
Falkland Islands . . . . . . . . . . . 287
332½
Filtronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13½
14
Finsbury Food Group . . . . . . . 116
136½
Flowgroup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
13
Gemfields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31¼ +½
56
Goals Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
114
Gresham House . . . . . . . . . . . 326
332½
Hornby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32¾
40½
James Halstead . . . . . . . . . . . 474 +5¾
542
Johnson Service. . . . . . . . . . . 131 +2 133¼
Majestic Wine . . . . . . . . . . . . 312# -3½ 439½
Molins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142½
-2 144½
Monitise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2¾
3¼
Nichols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1880 +½ 1958
Numis Corporation . . . . . . . . . 240 -3¼ 286¼
Ovoca Gold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8½
16½
Patagonia Gold. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1¾
3¼
Portmeirion . . . . . . . . . . . . . .947½
1100
Rockhopper Exploratn . . . . . 21¾
-1 35¾
Ten Alps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1¾
Trans-Siberian Gold . . . . . . . . . 36 -½ 55½
UBC Media Group . . . . . . . . . . 6½ +¼
9¼
Victoria Oil & Gas . . . . . . . . . . 48¼ +1 79¾
Young & Co Brewery A . .1302½# +2½ 1362
7¾
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56
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2.40 Welcome Ben
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3.40 Always On The Run
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SKY TO SCOOP NOVICES’ HDL
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£3,249 (Class 4) 2m 47yds (5 declared)
515 DEAR SIRE (19) (D,F,T) D McCain 5 11 12................ L Murtagh(7)
531 ALL’S QUIET (F8) (D) A McGuinness (IRE) 6 11 5
Jonathan Moore(3)
468- BARNEY’S CAULKER (215) M Barnes 6 10 12.........T Dowson(5)
313 l PENNY JANE (12) (D) G Elliott (IRE) 5 10 12....... D N Russell
3-PP QUEEN OF AVALON (31) N Alexander 6 10 5................ B Hughes
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 3 HOOD: Nos. 1, 4, 5.
W-Factor: Penny Jane (99); All’s Quiet (96); Dear Sire (90).
SP FORECAST: Evens Penny Jane, 5-2 Dear Sire, 3 All’s Quiet, 20 Barney’s
Caulker, 33 Queen Of Avalon.
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1 112- MY LITTLE CRACKER (69) I Jardine 7 12 0...................H Brooke
2 P51 KING MURO (14)(T) F O’Brien 7 12 0.............................. P Brennan
3 P1-1 l WELCOME BEN (49) (C&D) Mrs J Stephen 8 11 3 C Nichol
4 P-23 MARTILOO (18) Miss P Robson 7 11 2............................... B Hughes
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 3, 4 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3 HOOD: No. 4.
W-Factor: Welcome Ben (99); King Muro (94); My Little Cracker (92).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 My Little Cracker, 5-2 Welcome Ben, 10-3 King Muro, 4
Martiloo.
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423 l BELL WEIR (35) (D,F) K Slack 9 11 12.....................R Hogg(10)
9-36 KNOCKREA (32) (D) Gemma Anderson 10 11 10.............S Fox(5)
3LL HEAVEN SCENT (19)(T) D McCain 4 11 9.......................... A P Lane
L6-5 GREEN ZONE (31) (C&D) Miss L Harrison 6 11 7............H Brooke
25-5 URBAN KODE (48) (C&D) Miss L Russell 9 11 4......A Thorne(7)
3/PP-THE LAST LEG (88) Mrs A C Hamilton 8 11 2.......J Hamilton(3)
PP-L APACHEE PRINCE (19) A Whillans 8 11 1............................C Nichol
4PP/ DIZOARD (F21) I Jardine 7 10 9......................................D Irving(3)
796- BYRONEGETONEFREE (F13) W Coltherd 6 10 9.......... S Coltherd(5)
3-9P RONALDINHO (F12) Mrs D Sayer 7 10 9.......................... B Hughes
L/P-PTHE CONN (18) Mrs S Walton 7 10 7................. Miss C Walton(3)
64-3 CADORE (F30) (C) Mrs L Normile 9 10 5............. G Cockburn(3)
369- MOMKINZAIN (69) (C) Miss L Russell 10 10 4..... B Campbell(7)
P-LP SULTANA BELLE (37) (D) R M Smith 9 10 0........ L Murtagh(7)
UP/F-AGRICULTURAL (420) Mrs L Normile 11 10 0...................A Nicol
P78 RAIFTEIRI (3) W Young Jnr 10 10 0......................S Mulqueen(3)
VISOR: Nos. 5, 6 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 6, 7, 10, 11, 13
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 3, 12, 13, 14 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Bell Weir (99); Urban Kode (96); Momkinzain (96).
SP FORECAST: 10-3 Bell Weir, 9-2 Cadore, 11-2 Heaven Scent, 13-2 Urban
Kode, 10 Green Zone, 12 Byronegetonefree, 14 Momkinzain, 16 Others.
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2-33 l ALWAYS ON THE RUN (31) T R George 7 11 12..... A P Heskin
56-5 RUSSIAN REGENT (18) (C&D) G Elliott (IRE) 13 11 12
D N Russell
31-P JOVIAL JOEY (12) (C&D) M Barnes 6 11 10.............. D Bourke(5)
P-PB YES TOM (12) S Crawford (IRE) 12 11 4.......................... A E Lynch
3-65 KILBREE KID (25) (C&D,T) T R George 10 11 3....C Gethings(3)
P-L3 MIA’S ANTHEM (19) (C&D) N C Kelly (IRE) 9 11 1................D Fox
P1-P PANTXOA (61) (D,T) F O’Brien 10 11 1............................. P Brennan
24-4 BAILEYS CONCERTO (47) Mrs D Sayer 11 10 13............ B Hughes
BLINKERS: No. 5 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 3, 5, 6, 8
CHEEK PIECES: No. 6 HOOD: No. 1.
W-Factor: Always On The Run (99); Kilbree Kid (98);
Russian Regent (96).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Always On The Run, 4 Baileys Concerto, 11-2 Jovial Joey,
6 Russian Regent, 15-2 Kilbree Kid, 8 Pantxoa, 10 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GIN HANDICAP HURDLE
4.10 EDINBURGH
£3,798 (4)
3m
(9)
2L5 DERINTOHER YANK (19)(T) D McCain 6 11 12.............W Kennedy
P-94 MAN WITH VAN (13) P Griffin (IRE) 11 11 11................N Scholfield
22/6-SOLWAY DANDY (68) (C) Miss L Harrison 10 11 10.C Bewley(3)
43-7 TANGOLAN (33) (C&D,T) F O’Brien 9 11 4.................... P Brennan
F7-2 l BARKIS (22) (S,T) N Henderson 8 11 3................. N Curtis(5)
2L2 BORDER BREAKER (10) S Waugh 8 11 2...........Miss A Waugh(7)
1P-P PULPITARIAN (56) (D) Miss L Russell 9 10 7........................D Fox
96L PRESENTED (10) Miss L Harrison 10 10 1........................ B Hughes
L-74 NATIVE OPTIMIST (10) (D) Mrs S Walton 10 10 1... Miss C Walton(3)
VISOR: No. 7 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 6 CHEEK PIECES: No. 6.
W-Factor: Barkis (99); Border Breaker (97); Tangolan (94).
SP FORECAST: 2 Solway Dandy, 3 Barkis, 5 Derintoher Yank, 13-2 Border
Breaker, 10 Man With Van, 14 Pulpitarian, 20 Presented, 25 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
UK NOVICES’ CHASE
4.40 HEINEKEN
£4,431 (4)
3m
(5)
6L-1 BABY BACH (48) (C&D) S Crawford (IRE) 7 11 5......... B Hughes
6/6-2BEAT THAT (38) (F) N Henderson 9 10 12..................D J Mullins
2L/P-l FAGAN (185) G Elliott (IRE) 7 10 12........................ D N Russell
7-64 HERE COMES LOVE (10) P Griffin (IRE) 7 10 12....................D Fox
U-98 SOLWAY TRIGGER (43) Miss L Harrison 8 10 12.....C Bewley(3)
TONGUE STRAP: No. 4.
W-Factor: Fagan (99); Baby Bach (87); Beat That (84).
SP FORECAST: 4-5 Beat That, 11-8 Fagan, 8 Baby Bach, 66 Here Comes
Love, 100 Solway Trigger.
1
2
3
4
5
HANDICAP HURDLE
5.10 EWELUNDIE
£3,798 (4) 2m 47yds
(6)
3-22 l AN FEAR CIUIN (F18) R M Smith 6 11 12.................D Irving(3)
F-LL BINGO D’OLIVATE (51) (D) Gemma Anderson 6 11 12................S Fox(5)
265 DAWERANN (32) (D) G Elliott (IRE) 8 11 12............... D N Russell
2L4 WEAPON OF CHOICE (38) (D) Mrs D Sayer 9 11 3....... B Hughes
428 ARDVIEW BOY (18) A Mulholland (IRE) 8 10 9..... L Murtagh(7)
2-L3 CHANGING THE GUARD (20) (D,T) F Brennan 11 10 4.... J Corbett(7)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 6 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 3, 4 HOOD: No. 2.
W-Factor: An Fear Ciuin (99); Dawerann (97); Weapon Of Choice (94).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 An Fear Ciuin, 5-2 Weapon Of Choice, 7-2 Dawerann, 6
Ardview Boy, 20 Bingo D’olivate, Changing The Guard.
1
2
3
4
5
6
PERTH GOING: Good. Right Handed. TOP
JOCKEY (2012-17): B Hughes 11% Strike
rate. TOP TRAINER (2012-17): G Elliott
29% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.10 Barney’s
Caulker (tongue strap), 3.10 The Conn
(tongue strap), The Last Leg (tongue strap).
BEATEN FAVS: 2.40 My Little Cracker(hcp
hdl). 3.10 Bell Weir(hcp hdl). 3.40 Always On
The Run(hcp ch), Baileys Concerto(hcp ch),
Pantxoa. 4.40 Beat That. LONGEST UK
TRAVELLER: Barkis (4.10), Beat That
(4.40), Changing The Guard (5.10) 412
miles. STABLE SWITCH: 3.10 Dizoard from
O Pears to I Jardine. 5.10 Bingo D’olivate
from Noel Williams to Gemma Anderson.
Thirsk
2.00
2.30
3.00
3.30
gallopS gossip
Newmarket: TRIBAL CONQUEST
(5.00 Thirsk)
Lambourn: BARKIS (4.10 Perth)
West: ZUBAYR (7.40 Kempton)
North: BICOLOUR (8.30 Bath)
hoof print
qOlly Murphy’S first
runner, Dove Mountain, won
the 3.45 at Brighton.
The 25-year-old, son of
Anabel Murphy, spent four
years as an assistant with
Gordon Elliott in Ireland
before returning earlier this
year to train on his parents’
Warwickshire estate.
“Dove Mountain was with
Gordon when I was there and
he said after he ran in a
claimer at Laytown that he’d
suit my mum. It’s funny how
things work out.
“If he doesn’t win again,
he has a place at home for
life now.
“We’ll enjoy tonight – that’s
for sure – but tomorrow it will
be back to work and back to
the grindstone.”
Fink Hill
Raven’s Raft
Faradays Spark
Clear Spring
4.00
4.30
5.00
5.30
Mango Chutney
Commander
Mathix
Princeofthequeen
AUCTION STAKES (DIV 1)2YO
2.00 NOVICE
£3,234 (Class 5)
6f (13 dec)
1 (5) 2L TRUSTING FRIEND (36) K Ryan 9 2.................K Stott
2 (9) 6 l FINK HILL (47) R C Guest 9 1..................D Tudhope
3 (2) VICEROY MAC David Loughnane 9 1...............S James
4 (12) 92 ARCAVALLO (16) M Dods 9 0...................P Mulrennan
5 (4) RACING RADIO T D Barron 9 0..................J P Sullivan
6 (11) 3L ARISTODEMUS (54) T Easterby 8 13.................D Allan
7 (3) JAIMIE’S JOY T Coyle 8 12.............................B McHugh
8 (7) 58 BLUE HAVANA (16) J J Quinn 8 10.....................J Hart
9 (6) POPPY JAG Kevin Frost 8 10................. P J McDonald
10 (8) 9 TRAVEL LIGHTLY (10) T Easterby 8 10
Rachel Richardson(3)
11 (1) 9 ALIENTO (30) O Pears 8 8.............................Joe Doyle
12(10) ANGIE B J Wainwright 8 7......................................S Gray
13(13) 2 ELYSEE STAR (15) B Haslam 8 7.....................C Hardie
W-Factor: Fink Hill (99); Elysee Star (95);
Aristodemus (92).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Arcavallo, 10-3 Fink Hill, 5 Elysee Star, Trusting
Friend, 8 Racing Radio, 14 Aristodemus, 16 Blue Havana, 25 Travel
Lightly, Viceroy Mac, 33 Others.
2.30
1 (10) L
2 (7) 60
3 (1) 6
4 (12) 3
5 (8) 6 (5) 4
7 (9) 3
8 (6) 9 (2) 10 (11) 4
11 (4) 8
12 (3) 6L
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (DIV 2)2YO
£3,234 (5)
6f
(12)
SITUATION (40) R C Guest 9 2....................D Tudhope
SUPER MAJOR (37) M Dods 9 1.........C Rodriguez(5)
MAKOFITWHATYOUWILL (30) N Tinkler 9 0
L Edmunds(5)
MEDICI ORO (34) D Brown 9 0......................... T Eaves
FAKE NEWS T D Barron 8 13.......................J P Sullivan
ROCKIES SPIRIT (12) D P Quinn 8 12.....P Mulrennan
l RAVEN’S RAFT (16) M Appleby 8 11.... S De Sousa
FOXY LADY K Ryan 8 10.........................................S Gray
HAVANA HEART (F) I Mohammed 8 10...........K Stott
JUST FOR FUN (16) R Fahey 8 8..................B McHugh
KENTUCKY BLUEBLOOD (35) R C Guest 8 7
C Beasley
PLANSINA (44) T Easterby 8 7
Rachel Richardson(3)
TONGUE STRAP: No. 3.
W-Factor: Raven’s Raft (99); Rockies Spirit (97);
Medici Oro (90).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Raven’s Raft, 4 Rockies Spirit, 6 Foxy Lady, 7
Medici Oro, 8 Havana Heart, 10 Just For Fun, Fake News, 14 Super
Major, 16 Others.
GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP JOCKEY (2012-17): P
Mulrennan 14% Strike rate. TOP TRAINER (2012-17): R
Fahey 17% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.30 Makofitwhatyouwill
(tongue strap), 3.00 Give Em A Clump (visor), 3.30 Zanetto
(cheek pieces), 4.30 Commander (blinkers), 5.00 Mathix
(cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVS: 2.00 Trusting Friend. 3.00
Give Em A Clump. DRAW: High numbers best on the straight
course, low numbers best at 7f & 1m LONGEST TRAVELLER:
Itsakindamagic (4.30) 239 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 5.00
Miss Goldsmith from R Fahey.
Worcester
MURRAY MOUNT (nap)
Dr Robin
Ridgeway Pearl
Mr Mcguiness
4.20 Gibson Park
4.50 Peterbrown
5.20 Get Home Now
NEWS HANDICAP CHS
2.20 WORCESTER
£3,119 (Class 5) 2m 4f (9 dec)
1 1L1 l MURRAY MOUNT (10) (C&D) H Oliver 7 12 1(7ex)
H Bannister
2 1P-L SKINT (50) (C&D) M Scudamore 11 11 12.T Scudamore
3 311- GLENTEENEASAIGH (73) T Vaughan 9 11 8......A Johns
4 2L-7 NORSE LIGHT (21) D Dennis 6 11 6................. A Coleman
5 026 CRY FURY (21) M Sheppard 9 10 9........ S Sheppard(3)
6 L45 THADY QUIL (30) M Keighley 7 10 8................ A Tinkler
7 FFL TWISTER MIX (21) Katy Price 6 10 3.............B Poste(3)
8 L-L4 SYLVAN LEGEND (20) M Sheppard 9 10 0
J Bargary(3)
9 L3L ACADEMY GENERAL (8) Miss J Du Plessis 11 10 0
D G Noonan
VISOR: No. 9 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6, 8.
W-Factor: Murray Mount (99); Skint (86); Norse Light (86).
SP FORECAST: 11-10 Murray Mount, 4 Glenteeneasaigh, 5 Cry Fury,
10 Thady Quil, 12 Norse Light, 20 Skint, Academy General, Sylvan
Legend, 33 Twister Mix.
CHASE
2.50 HANDICAP
£4,159 (4)
2m 7f
(8)
U-31 CUT THE CORNER (40) A Ralph 9 11 12
Mr A Edwards(7)
12P- BILLY TWO TONGUES (321) J Scott 9 11 11.M Griffiths
2P-4 l DR ROBIN (21) P Bowen 7 11 9........................S Bowen
P1-4 MIDNIGHT MONTY (43) Tom Lacey 7 11 8
S Twiston-Davies
5-12 BERTIE LUGG (44) H Oliver 9 11 5
R Hawker(7)
5-P2 CLUBS ARE TRUMPS (21) (C&D) Jonjo O’Neill 8 11 5
A Coleman
1L-L DAWNIERIVER (61) M Scudamore 7 11 5.... L Treadwell
1-41 PRETTYLITTLETHING (8) N Mulholland 7 11 0(7ex)
T Scudamore
BLINKERS: Nos. 3, 4 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 6, 7.
W-Factor: Dr Robin (99); Bertie Lugg (98);
Clubs Are Trumps (95).
SP FORECAST: 10-3 Prettylittlething, 4 Midnight Monty, 9-2 Billy
Two Tongues, 11-2 Clubs Are Trumps, 6 Dr Robin, 13-2 Bertie Lugg,
12 Cut The Corner, 16 Dawnieriver.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BRIGHTON: Good to firm
2.15—CEE JAY (C Bennett, 17‑2) 1; Harlequin
Rose (5‑1 2nd fav) 2; Gaia Princess (12‑1) 3. H’cap
15 ran. shd, 2l. (P Chamings; 4-1 fav Provoking).
Tote: £10.50; pl £3.40, £1.60, £5.30. exacta:
£58.90. tricast: £541.04. trifecta: £1232.20. CSF:
£54.55. Non-runner: Sixties Habana.
2.45—SWILLY SUNSET (S De Sousa, 6‑5
fav) 1; Carcharias (11‑2) 2; Intimately (8‑1) 3.
H’cap 7 ran. 41/2l, 1/2l. (A Carson). Tote: £1.80; pl
£1.20, £2.60. exacta: £8.80. trifecta: £41.10. CSF:
£7.63.
3.15—ANOTHER ECLIPSE (J P Spencer, 2‑5
fav) 1; Frosting (9‑2 2nd fav) 2; Zamalight (11‑2)
3. 4 ran. 5l, 6l. (D Simcock). Tote: £1.40; exacta:
£2.70. trifecta: £4. CSF: £2.61. Nr: Becuna.
3.45—DOVE MOUNTAIN (L Morris, 3‑1 2nd
fav) 1; Buzz Lightyere (2‑1 fav) 2; Betsalottie (4‑1)
3. H’cap 10 ran. 13/4l, 13/4l. (Olly Murphy). Tote:
£4.20; pl £1.50, £1.40, £1.50. exacta: £12.00. tricast: £23.43. trifecta: £47.40. CSF: £9.29.
4.15—FAIR POWER (M Godwin, 3‑1 2nd fav)
1; Let’s Be Happy (9‑4 fav) 2; Log Off (6‑1) 3.
H’cap 6 ran. 7l, 21/4l. (S Kirk). Tote: £3.90; pl
£1.80, £1.60. exacta: £10.20. tricast: £34.38. tri-
RACING_UK ON TWITTER H’CAP
3.30 FOLLOW
£7,439 (3)
6f
(11)
1 (8) 104 WENTWORTH FALLS (17) (D) G Harker 5 10 1.... P Makin
2 (4) 2L7 KING ROBERT (49) (D) B Smart 4 9 10......C Beasley
3 (7) 842 JAYWALKER (60) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 6 9 9... D Tudhope
4 (9) 710 BURNT SUGAR (18) (D) Roger Fell 5 9 8... P J McDonald
5 (1) 0-1L ZANETTO (17) (C&D) J J Quinn 7 9 7................J Hart
6 (2) 804 GIANT SPARK (12) (C&D) P Midgley 5 9 7....J Garritty
7 (10) 470 l CLEAR SPRING (32) (D) J Spearing 9 9 5....L Edmunds(5)
8 (6) 082 SIR BILLY WRIGHT (29) (D,T) P Evans 6 9 2
S De Sousa
9 (11) 842 ENGLISHMAN (3) (D,T) J Bradley 7 9 1....P Mulrennan
10 (3) 058 BOSSIPOP (17) (D,F) T Easterby 4 9 0.............D Allan
11 (5) 740 LAUGHTON (46) K Ryan 4 9 0..............................S Gray
BLINKERS: No. 10 VISOR: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: No. 5.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
W-Factor: Clear Spring (99); Wentworth Falls (94);
King Robert (92).
SP FORECAST: 4 Jaywalker, 9-2 Wentworth Falls, 6 Englishman,
13-2 Sir Billy Wright, 8 Burnt Sugar, 10 Laughton, Giant Spark, 12
King Robert, 14 Others.
HOPKINSON MEMORIAL H’CAP
4.00 JOHN
£3,234 (5)
7f
(14)
1 (10) 2L7 DARK FOREST (7) (D) Mrs M Fife 4 9 7.....B McHugh
2 (14) 65L SHORT WORK (18) D O’Meara 4 9 7............D Tudhope
3 (2) 744 TELLOVOI (15) (D) R C Guest 9 9 7.............C Beasley
4 (1) 203 MAJOR CRISPIES (37) D O’Meara 6 9 7....P Vaughan(7)
5 (3) 686 TICKS THE BOXES (23) J Wainwright 5 9 6.T Eaves
6 (5) 731 l MANGO CHUTNEY (16) (C&D) J J Davies 4 9 6....P Makin
7 (8) 50-7 DONNELLY’S RAINBOW (61) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 4 9 6
D Fentiman
8 (11) 022 KIRKHAM (15) Julie Camacho 4 9 5............Joe Doyle
9 (4) L39 RALPHY BOY (16) (D) A Whillans 8 9 5....P Mulrennan
10(13) 895 COMPTON PARK (15) (C,D) J L Eyre 10 9 4
P J McDonald
11 (7) 541 TANAWAR (15) (C&D) Mrs R Carr 7 9 3.. J P Sullivan
12 (9) 728 THE NAME’S PAVER (16) (C&D) N Wilson 4 9 2
P Mathers
13 (6) 60-L RELIGHT MY FIRE (35) (D) T Easterby 7 9 2
Rachel Richardson(3)
14(12) 738 HIJRAN (35) (C) M Appleby 4 9 2............ S De Sousa
BLINKERS: Nos. 2, 11 VISOR: No. 3 TONGUE STRAP: No. 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 5, 6, 8, 13, 14 HOOD: No. 3.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 7, 14.
W-Factor: Mango Chutney (99); Tanawar (91);
The Name’s Paver (91).
SP FORECAST: 5 Mango Chutney, 11-2 Kirkham, 6 Tanawar, 8
Hijran, Compton Park, 10 Tellovoi, Major Crispies, 12 Others.
3YO
4.30 HANDICAP
£12,602 (2)
1m
(7)
MAIDEN STAKES
5.00 EBF
£3,881 (5)
1m
(8)
(6) 1L NIGHT CIRCUS (60) (D) C Appleby 9 11...............M Lane
(4) 100 THOMAS CRANMER (13) (D) M Johnston 9 10...P J McDonald
(2) L01 MUTAHAADY (12) (D) K Burke 9 7...... J Vaughan(3)
(7) 162 ORIGINAL CHOICE (21) (F) W Haggas 9 4.... D Tudhope
(1) 2-5L ANDOK (46) R Fahey 9 3..............................T Hamilton
(5) 8-21 l COMMANDER (33) (D) R Varian 9 3... S De Sousa
(3) 145 ITSAKINDAMAGIC (25) (D,T) A Balding 9 2.P Makin
BLINKERS: No. 6 TONGUE STRAP: No. 7 HOOD: No. 7.
W-F: Commander (99); Original Choice (91); Night Circus (89).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Night Circus, 3 Commander, 9-2 Original
Choice, 7 Mutahaady, 8 Itsakindamagic, Andok, 10 Thomas
Cranmer.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(2) 8 SIMMO’S PARTYTRICK (12) G Harker 4 10 0.. S James
(1) 592 MISS GOLDSMITH L Egerton 4 9 9..............NON-RUNNER
(6) L-L CANIZAY (32) R Fell 3 9 5............................T Hamilton
(7) 2-35EL CAP (34) Sir M Stoute 3 9 5........................ P Makin
(3) EMBER’S GLOW J Ward 3 9 5...........................C Hardie
(8) 242 ENVISAGING (19) J Fanshawe 3 9 5......... S De Sousa
(5) 2-23 l MATHIX (45) W Haggas 3 9 5.................D Tudhope
(4) 2 TRIBAL CONQUEST (53) (S) C Appleby 3 9 5......M Lane
CHEEK PIECES: No. 7.
W-Fa: Mathix (99); Envisaging (98); Tribal Conquest (97).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Tribal Conquest, 5-2 Mathix, 7-2 El Cap, 5
Envisaging, 25 Ember’s Glow, 33 Canizay, 50 Simmo’s Partytrick.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5.30 HANDICAP
£2,911 (6)
6f
(20)
1 (20) 3-00 POINT OF WOODS (18) (C) Miss T Jackson 4 9 10....J P Sullivan
2 (10) LL0 BE BOLD (23) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 5 9 10.. D Fentiman
3 (18) L73 BERNIE’S BOY (13) Roger Fell 4 9 10.......T Hamilton
4 (3) 443 LUCKY LODGE (20) (D) A Brittain 7 9 9......C Hardie
5 (8) 553 MITCHUM (27) (C&D) R Barr 8 9 8....................D Allan
6 (13) 006 ETIENNE GERARD (15) (D) N Tinkler 5 9 8... L Edmunds(5)
7 (2) 649 WILDE EXTRAVAGANCE (23) Julie Camacho 4 9 7
Joe Doyle
8 (7) L-L9 NEVER GIVE IN (11) J Weymes 4 9 7.. Phil Dennis(5)
9 (9) 321 ROBBIE ROO ROO (7) (D,F) Mrs I G-Leveque 4 9 6(6ex)
A Beschizza
10(12) 134 SEARANGER (14) (D) Rebecca Menzies 4 9 4..... R Scott(5)
11 (6) 02-8LE MANEGE ENCHANTE (181) (D) D Shaw 4 9 3
P Makin
12 (11) 80-0 l PRINCEOFTHEQUEEN (37) D O’Meara 3 9 3
D Tudhope
13(16) 355 QUESTO (16) (D) Miss T Waggott 5 9 3..... B A Curtis
14(17) 265 SEA OF GREEN (5) (D) J Goldie 5 9 2.. S Mooney(7)
15 (15) 75L FIRESNAKE (34) (D) Mrs L Williamson 4 9 2.........K Stott
16 (5) 745 BOLD SPIRIT (30) (D) D Carroll 6 9 2........B McHugh
17(19) 034 YPRES (13) (D) J Ward 8 9 1.............................. T Eaves
18 (1) 763 PRAZERES (10) J L Eyre 3 8 13............. P J McDonald
19 (4) 975 GAELIC WIZARD (14) (C&D) Mrs K Tutty 9 8 11
Gemma Tutty(5)
20(14)595 LITTLE MISS LOLA (10) Sally Haynes 3 8 11 M Lane
VISOR: Nos. 4, 9, 16 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 8, 9, 16
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 3, 6, 11, 14, 15, 17 HOOD: No. 12.
SOFT/HEAVY WINNERS: Nos. 2, 5, 16.
W-Factor: Princeofthequeen (99); Etienne Gerard (94);
Robbie Roo Roo (94).
SP FORECAST: 13-2 Prazeres, 7 Lucky Lodge, 8 Searanger, Robbie
Roo Roo, 10 Questo, Mitchum, 12 Sea Of Green, 14 Others.
STANDARD OPEN NH FLAT RACE
7BETS4FREE.COM NOVICES’ HURDLE
3.20 MARES’
£1,949 (6)
2m
(11) 4.20 £3,639 (4)
2m
(6)
ATR
THE Scout
2.20
2.50
3.20
3.50
(2) L91
(8) 532
(5) 6
(3) 7L
(7) LL
(6) 07
(4) LL
(1) 07
(8)
l FARADAYS SPARK (12) (D,F) R Fahey 9 6.. T Hamilton
GIVE EM A CLUMP (12) P Evans 9 0........ S De Sousa
REEL MR BOND (45) K Ryan 9 0.........................S Gray
ABU DHABI DOO (44) K Burke 8 9............. B A Curtis
HAMBA MOYO (8) T Easterby 8 9......................D Allan
LAYDEE VICTORIA (19) O Pears 8 9...........Joe Doyle
SUNSET FLYER (7) Miss Amy Murphy 8 9... L De Souza
VALLESA (16) D Brown 8 9................................. T Eaves
BLINKERS: No. 5 VISOR: No. 2.
W-Factor: Faradays Spark (99); Give Em A Clump (90); Reel
Mr Bond (86).
SP FORECAST: 6-4 Give Em A Clump, 15-8 Faradays Spark, 6 Reel
Mr Bond, 10 Vallesa, 12 Laydee Victoria, 25 Abu Dhabi Doo, Hamba
Moyo, 33 Sunset Flyer.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
THE Scout
Vital statistics
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) N
C Kelly 75% (1 wins and 2 places from
4 runners), N Henderson 75% (4/2/8),
Dr R Newland 71% (4/1/7), R Charlton
69% (3/6/13), S Kirk 64% (4/5/14), J
Best 60% (1/2/5), M Saunders 57%
(3/1/7), P Bowen 57% (2/2/7), R Varian
57% (8/8/28), M Bell 53% (3/7/19), M
Dods 52% (9/5/27), C Appleby 50%
(1/6/14), D M Simcock 50% (3/7/20), I
Mohammed 50% (2/2/8), J Spearing
50% (1/2/6), J Tate 50% (3/2/10).
IN-FORM JOCKEYS E Greatrex 83%
(3 wins and 2 places from 6 runners),
J Bryan 75% (4/2/8), H Bannister 67%
(2/2/6), Derek Fox 60% (2/1/5), B
Hughes 56% (4/5/16), Oisin Murphy
54% (6/8/26), A Atzeni 53% (4/5/17),
G Wood 53% (2/7/17), H Bentley 53%
(5/5/19), F Marsh 50% (1/2/6), H
Cobden 50% (1/1/4), J P Spencer 50%
(3/3/12), Jamie Moore 50% (1/1/4), N
De Boinville 50% (2/2/8), P Vaughan
50% (1/2/6), R Powell 50% (1/3/8).
STAKES 2YO
3.00 SELLING
£2,588 (6)
7f
RUK
1 8-1 SPICE GIRL (25) (D) M Keighley 4 11 5........H Stock(7)
2 L
BARCALONA (32) C Gordon 5 11 0...............M Goldstein
3 P-UP JOY AT MIDNIGHT (37) R Woollacott 5 11 0...James Best
4 713 PURE AFFECTION (32) I Williams 6 11 0.....T J O’Brien
5 TINSELTOWN GIRL Clare Hobson 5 11 0.Joshua Moore
6 8 CANDY MIX (20) R Brotherton 4 10 12.... Jamie Moore
7 NICELY DONE S Durack 4 10 12.......................C O’Farrell
8 3 OKSANA (29) B Case 4 10 12..................................L Aspell
9 l RIDGEWAY PEARL Tom Lacey 4 10 12..... A Coleman
10 84-8 SHIROCCODEE (49) B Barr 4 10 12....................D Crosse
11 4 SUNDIAL STORM (28) J W Mullins 4 10 12...J McGrath
TONGUE STRAP: No. 1 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Ridgeway Pearl (99); Nicely Done (98);
Spice Girl (94).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Spice Girl, 5-2 Ridgeway Pearl, 7 Oksana, 15-2
Pure Affection, 10 Nicely Done, 16 Tinseltown Girl, Sundial Storm,
25 Barcalona, Joy At Midnight, 33 Others.
SAVILLS H’CAP HURDLE
3.50 BLAZING
£5,950 (3)
2m 4f
(8)
1 2P3- PINKIE BROWN (69) J Farrelly 5 11 12.......... A Coleman
2 122 SLIM PICKENS (10) (C,D) Dr R Newland 9 11 11...C Hammond(7)
3 110/ HARLEY REBEL (476) N Mulholland 5 11 9... T Scudamore
4 211 l MR MCGUINESS (10) (C&D) Mrs R Gasson 7 11 9(7ex)
B Poste(3)
5 44-1 DOUBLY CLEVER (36) M Blake 5 11 8..............H Cobden
6 9-F3 BROTHERLY COMPANY (36) H Fry 5 11 6.N P Madden
7 162- ALL FOR THE BEST (F23) (D) R Stephens 5 11 4
T J O’Brien
8 FL-4 BARMAN (25) (C,F) N Henderson 6 11 4..........N De Boinville
TONGUE STRAP: No. 7 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 6, 7 HOOD: No. 1.
W-Factor: Mr Mcguiness (99); Slim Pickens (97); Barman (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Mr Mcguiness, 5 Slim Pickens, 11-2 Pinkie
Brown, Brotherly Company, 13-2 All For The Best, 7 Doubly Clever,
8 Harley Rebel, Barman.
GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP JOCKEY (2012-17): S
Twiston-Davies 17% Strike rate. TOP TRAINER (2012-17):
Jonjo O’Neill 18% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.50 Dr Robin
(blinkers), 3.20 Oksana (hood), Spice Girl (tongue strap),
4.20 Celestial Path (hood, tongue strap), 4.50 Balkinstown
(visor, tongue strap), 5.20 Rockchasebullett (blinkers),
Kublai (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVS: 2.50 Midnight
Monty(hcp hdl). 3.50 Barman(hcp hdl). 5.20 Burning Desire,
Kublai(hcp hdl), Poetic Lady(hcp hdl), Rockchasebullett(hcp
hdl). LONGEST TRAVELLER: Academy General (2.20) 179
miles. STABLE SWITCH: 2.20 Glenteeneasaigh from P
Mathias. 2.50 Cut The Corner from M H Weston. 3.20 Pure
Affection from D P Murphy in Ireland. 3.50 Pinkie Brown
from N Mulholland. 4.50 Balkinstown from J R Bryan.
l GIBSON PARK (58) D Skelton 4 11 3.......... H Skelton
BREAKING GROUND (7) Mrs R Ford 5 10 12.....R McLernon
CELESTIAL PATH (65) D Pipe 5 10 12...... T Scudamore
NOVIS ADVENTUS (10) N Mulholland 5 10 12... James Best
OCEAN ELEVEN (65) M Keighley 4 10 10........ A Tinkler
GERTIE GETAWAY (19) P Hobbs 5 10 5......... M G Nolan
TONGUE STRAP: No. 3 HOOD: No. 3.
W-F: Gibson Park (99); Novis Adventus (97); Breaking Ground (94).
SP FORECAST: 4-5 Gibson Park, 10-3 Gertie Getaway, 9-2 Novis
Adventus, 12 Celestial Path, 20 Ocean Eleven, 25 Breaking Ground.
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4.50 CHESS
£2,599 (5)
2m 7f
(16)
1 923 HOLY STREET (29) A King 5 12 0.............K Dowling(10)
2 1-33 PHANGIO (21) M Sheppard 8 11 13.......... S Sheppard(3)
3 35-U l PETERBROWN (30) P Hobbs 9 11 13............... L Heard
4 2/P-4CHINATOWN BOY (36) C Whittaker 9 11 13............ K Jones(5)
5 1-44 BALKINSTOWN (37) Robert Stephens 7 11 12....Mr Z Baker(5)
6 PL-0 SHEER POETRY (56) R Woollacott 6 11 12...C O’Farrell
7 12-5 BERMEO (45) (C&D) J Farrelly 6 11 9............B J Powell
8 P-64 PADAWAN (21) David Dennis 8 11 4...........T Dowling(7)
9 4-32 FACTION (20) N Hawke 4 11 4...............L A McKenna(7)
10 L5-3 JUPITER’S GIFT (29) K Bailey 5 10 13.................. D Bass
11 L75 TELMADELA (15) Mrs R Ford 7 10 11............R McLernon
12 3U5 HIJA (19) Miss G Haywood 6 10 9..............Alice Mills(5)
13 7P8 BLAKE DEAN (20) C Gordon 9 10 7............. D G Noonan
14 34-4 DROPZONE (30) B Forsey 8 10 6...................T J O’Brien
15 PP-P AMBER FLUSH (51) Clare Ellam 8 10 5...............L Aspell
16 8-9L BETTERLATETHANNEVA (14) R Dickin 6 10 5...Miss T Worsley(7)
BLINKERS: Nos. 7, 13 VISOR: No. 5 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 5,
6, 13, 16 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16.
W-Factor: Peterbrown (99); Jupiter’s Gift (98); Bermeo (94).
SP FORECAST: 5 Phangio, 11-2 Jupiter’s Gift, 6 Faction, 7
Peterbrown, 15-2 Dropzone, 8 Hija, 10 Padawan, 14 Others.
HURDLE
5.20 HANDICAP
£3,639 (4)
2m 4f
afternoon RESULTS
fecta: £40.30. CSF: £9.97. Nrs: Il Sicario, Lightly
Squeeze.
4.45—GOLDEN GUEST (Jane Elliott, 12‑1) 1;
Lord Clenaghcastle (10‑1) 2; Miss Mirabeau (9‑2)
3. H’cap 7 ran. nk, 11/2l. (G Margarson; 9-4 fav
Topmeup). Tote: £17.10; pl £6.60, £4.00. exacta:
£128.30. tricast: £624.88. trifecta: £928.80. CSF:
£120.07. Nrs: Cryptonite, Gunmaker.
5.15—SUPER JULIUS (C Bishop, 5‑4 2nd
fav) 1; Come On Dave (11‑10 fav) 2; Very Honest
(9‑1) 3. H’cap 4 ran. 1/2l, 3/4l. (Eve J-Houghton).
Tote: £2.10; exacta: £2.90. trifecta: £4.00. CSF:
£3.03. Non-runner: Something Lucky.
Placepot: £270.90. Quadpot: £66.10
HAMILTON: Soft
2.00—POETIC STEPS (P J McDonald, 20‑1) 1;
Austin Powers (9‑1) 2; Armed Response (13‑8
fav) 3. 9 ran. 2l, 11/2l. (M Johnston). Tote: £24.80;
pl £4.90, £2.70, £1.30. exacta: £82.90. trifecta:
£931.50. CSF: £189.55.
2.30—EDGAR ALLAN POE (D Tudhope,
(10)
1 50-2 POETIC LADY (20) N Mulholland 6 11 12......S Corby(3)
2 194 BITTER VIRTUE (29) David Dennis 6 11 12.... T Dowling(3)
3 525 ROCKCHASEBULLETT (28) F O’Brien 9 11 11.... D G Noonan
4 5-L0 MARJU’S QUEST (13) (C&D) A Wintle 7 11 11....K Edgar
5 02-2 BURNING DESIRE (60) J Frost 6 11 7...............H Cobden
6 243 l GET HOME NOW (14) (D) P Bowen 9 11 5...James Bowen(8)
7 0-93 CHANTECLER (15) N Mulholland 6 11 5.......... H Reed(3)
8 562 KUBLAI (20) A Dunn 7 10 12..........................L Gordon(3)
9 U-P0 HOLY CROSS (21) Miss C Dyson 6 10 11..........J Bargary
10 UL5/ INNOX PARK (654) K Bishop 7 10 0............J Sherwood
BLINKERS: Nos. 3, 6 TONGUE: Nos. 1, 2, 6, 7, 9 CHEEK: Nos. 1, 8, 9.
W-F: Get Home Now (99); Poetic Lady (95); Marju’s Quest (94).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Poetic Lady, 4 Rockchasebullett, Kublai, 7
Bitter Virtue, Get Home Now, 12 Chantecler, 14 Others.
15‑2) 1; Devil’s Guard (12‑1) 2; Ahundrednotout
(2‑1 fav) 3. H’cap 11 ran. 11/4l, 6l. (Rebecca
Bastiman). Tote: £8.00; pl £2.40, £3.30, £1.60.
exacta: £104.20. tricast: £253.35. trifecta:
£438.90. CSF: £92.60. Nrs: Kelpie Spirit, Highly
Focussed.
3.00—STARPLEX (R Scott, 7‑1) 1; Broadway
Dreams (33‑1) 2; Torcello (5‑6 fav) 3. 10 ran. 11/4l,
11/2l. (K Dalgleish). Tote: £8.30; pl £2.30, £7.60,
£1.10. exacta: £197.70. trifecta: £794.10. CSF:
£209.32. Non-runner: True Ballew.
3.30—HIBOU (D Nolan, 16‑1) 1; Masham Star
(5‑1) 2; Ionization (5‑1) 3. H’cap 11 ran. 11/4l, 21/4l. (I
Jardine; 4-1 jtfav Gulf Of Poets, 4-1 jtfav
Weekend Offender). Tote: £18.90; pl £3.90, £2,
£1.80. exacta: £135. tricast: £475.04. trifecta:
£741.80. CSF: £89.04. Nrs: Mutahaady, Lincoln
Rocks.
4.00—DAVY’S DILEMMA (P Mulrennan, 9‑5
fav) 1; Addicted To You (5‑1) 2; Picture Painter
(7‑1) 3. H’cap 8 ran. 11/4l, 10l. (M Dods). Tote:
£2.40; pl £1.20, £1.70, £2.20. exacta: £11.70. tri-
cast: £49.83. trifecta: £56.00. CSF: £10.94. Nonrunners: Falcon’s Fire, Tor.
4.30—SHARP DEFENCE (T O’Shea, 7‑2 co
fav) 1; Harwoods Volante (14‑1) 2; Another Wise
Kid (7‑1) 3. H’cap 9 ran. 31/4l, 11/2l. (J P Shanahan
(IRE) ; 7-2 cofav Lexington Times, 7-2 cofav
Munfallet). Tote: £4.00; pl £1.50, £3.20, £2.30.
exacta: £52. tricast: £328.27. trifecta: £371. CSF:
£56.34. Nr: Highly Sprung.
5.00—CAMANCHE GREY (R J Fitzpatrick,
12‑1) 1; Dutch Dream (4‑1 2nd fav) 2; Cheeni (5‑1)
3. H’cap 10 ran. 13/4l, 1/2l. (B Haslam; 7-2 fav
Culloden). Tote: £15.40; pl £3.80, £1.80, £1.90.
exacta: £81.00. tricast: £282.64. trifecta:
£627.30. CSF: £58.83. Nrs: Lizzy’s Dream,
Spoken Words.
5.30—WEE JOCK (R Ffrench, 11‑10 fav) 1;
Minty Jones (8‑1) 2; Cool Run Girl (16‑1) 3. H’cap
9 ran. 11/4l, 21/4l. (J P Shanahan (IRE) ). Tote: £1.90;
pl £1.10, £1.80, £4.00. exacta: £8.50. tricast:
£66.95. trifecta: £84.80. CSF: £8.87. Nrs:
Decadent Times, Lady Joanna Vassa, Trulove.
Decadent Times| Rule 4 applies to All Bets,
deduct 10p in the pound
Placepot: £99.10. Quadpot: £24.70
CYCLING: TOUR DE FRANCE
Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
Sagan gets the elbow
took more than 10 minutes to
remount and he also sustained
scrapes and bruises down one side.
“I was just following Arnaud
Demare and Sagan came over,” said
Cavendish. “I get on with Peter
well but I don’t get the elbow – I’m
not a fan of him putting his elbow
in me like that.
“A crash is a crash, I’d just like to
know about the elbow really.”
His arm in a sling, Cavendish was
taken to hospital for a check-up on
his right shoulder, which had been
badly hurt on the Grand Depart in
Harrogate in 2014.
An initial scan revealed no
fracture but he was taken to a
specialist hospital for further tests
that showed his shoulder was
broken and his Tour was over.
“I’m
obviously
massively
disappointed to get this news about
the fracture,” said Cavendish. “The
team was incredible today.
“They executed to perfection
what we wanted to do this morning.
I feel I was in a good position to win
and to lose that and even having to
leave the Tour, a race I have built
my whole career around, is really
BLOODIED:
Cavendish is
in obvious
pain after
crash
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7.10 Erinyes
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8.10 Clowance One
8.40 Blue On Blue
9.10 Hersigh
SCOTTISH EXPRESS: 8.10 CLOWANCE ONE (nap)
HANDICAP
6.10 APPRENTICE
£3,234 (Class 5) 6f
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(12) L02 MISHAAL (13) (C&D,F,T) M Herrington 7 9 9 ............... C Lee
(10) 444 VARSOVIAN (37) (C&D) D Ivory 7 9 9 ........... Lulu Stanford
(2) 1-23 HACKNEY ROAD (21) (C&D) J Butler 4 9 9.................J Bryan(3)
(8) 8-15 NIGHTINGALE VALLEY (35) (C&D) W Kittow 4 9 9 ...............W Cox(5)
(11) 558 ● DREAM FARR (28) (C&D) Ed Walker 4 9 8Jenny Powell
(5) 754 WHITECREST (6) (D) J Spearing 9 9 7 ........Jane Elliott(3)
(9) 04L PICKET LINE (16) (C&D) G Deacon 5 9 7 ...................P Pilley
(7) 25-L BEAUDEN BARRETT (22) (D) J Gask 4 9 7.............F Marsh(3)
(4) 766 SLINGSBY (34) (D,T) M W Easterby 6 9 6..................H Shaw(5)
(6) 045 HAMISH MCGONAGAIN (26) (D) J Gask 4 9 4..... G Buckell
(3) 365 KYLLUKEY (16) (D) J Bradley 4 9 4 ................C Murtagh(5)
(1) 853 FLECKERL (23) (D) C Dore 7 9 2 ......................P C O’Donnell
BLINKERS: No. 9 TONGUE: Nos. 5, 8 CHEEK: Nos. 2, 10, 12.
W-Factor: Dream Farr (99); Hackney Road (97); Slingsby (95).
SP FORECAST: 10-3 Hackney Road, 5 Varsovian, 7 Fleckerl, 10 Dream Farr,
Nightingale Valley, Mishaal, Slingsby, Beauden Barrett, 12 Others.
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6.40 £3,234
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1 (11) 6
BE MINDFUL (18) C Hills 9 0 ............................C Shepherd(3)
2 (9) 322 ● BILLESDON BROOK (17) R Hannon 9 0 ............R L Moore
3 (1)
FROLIC Sir M Prescott 9 0 ............................................. L Morris
4 (2)
IT’S NOT UNUSUAL R Charlton 9 0 .............. K Shoemark(3)
5 (4)
LAST ENCHANTMENT Eve J-Houghton 9 0 .............C Bishop
6 (7)
LITTLE POEM M Botti 9 0 ................................................A Fresu
7 (6) L
MIDNIGHT BLUE (9) Sir M Prescott 9 0 ...................R Powell
8 (5) 48 MIMRAM (37) D Ivory 9 0 ............................................ S Drowne
9 (12) 66 OLIVE MABEL (27) D Ivory 9 0 .................................. F Norton
10 (3) 63 RETAINED (13) J Best 9 0 ...................................................K Fox
11 (13) 5
ROYAL PARKS (22) J Tate 9 0 .................................. M Harley
12 (8)
SHREWD APPROACH S Crisford 9 0........................ H Bentley
13 (10) 9
SUMMER THUNDER (39) P Cole 9 0 ........................O Murphy
W-Factor: Billesdon Brook (99); Retained (89); It’s Not Unusual (87).
SP FORECAST: 11-10 Billesdon Brook, 13-2 It’s Not Unusual, 7 Royal Parks, 10
Frolic, Retained, 12 Shrewd Approach, 16 Little Poem, Be Mindful, 25 Others.
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1 (3) 6-28 SUNBLAZER (39) (C&D) K Bailey 7 9 7 ............... J Bryan(5)
2 (7) 1-13 GIBBS HILL (47) (D,F) R Varian 4 9 7....................R L Moore
3 (4) 201 MARMAJUKE BAY (21) (C&D,F) M Usher 4 9 1.... S Drowne
4 (6) 2-12 REGICIDE (42) J Fanshawe 4 8 13 ............................ T Queally
5 (1) 311 PUMBLECHOOK (11) (D,F,T) M Johnston 4 8 13 . H Bentley
6 (8) 07L TOP BEAK (19) H Morrison 4 8 11 .......................C Bennett(3)
7 (5) 3L/1 ●ZUBAYR (35)(C&D,S) P Nicholls 5 8 10...Megan Nicholls(5)
8 (2) 1L-8 PROCTOR (19) W Kittow 4 8 9 ....................................O Murphy
BLINKERS: Nos. 2, 8 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 6 CHEEK PIECES: No. 3.
W-Factor: Zubayr (99); Pumblechook (93); Sunblazer (91).
PADDY POWER: 11-10 Gibbs Hill, 7-2 Zubayr, 5 Regicide, 15-2 Pumblechook,
10 Marmajuke Bay, 12 Top Beak, 16 Sunblazer, 20 Proctor.
8.10
360/ HANDAZAN (J579) I Furtado 8 9 7........................... M Harley
27L/ TAWS (J89) B Millman 6 9 4 ...................................A Jones(3)
4-16 GRUMETI (48) A King 9 9 2 ..................................... D Sweeney
6-21 KING CALYPSO (35) (C&D) D Coakley 6 9 1 .........O Murphy
1-11 NEXT TRAIN’S GONE J Eustace 4 8 13 .........................NON-RUNNER
4/33 ● CLOWANCE ONE (7) (C) R Charlton 5 8 13 ...K Shoemark(3)
502 LANCEUR (28) W Stone 8 8 13 .................Josephine Gordon
55-8 AGE OF WISDOM (26) G L Moore 4 8 10..........N Garbutt(3)
211 MULTIGIFTED (25) (C&D) M Madgwick 4 8 5.....G Wood(3)
BLINKERS: No. 6 TONGUE STRAP: No. 9.
W-Factor: Clowance One (99); Next Train’s Gone (98);
King Calypso (91).
PADDY POWER: 11-4 King Calypso, 3 Clowance One, 7-2 Multigifted, 11-2
Grumeti, 9 Lanceur, 10 Taws, 16 Age Of Wisdom, 20 Handazan.
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● BLUE ON BLUE (71) J Gosden 9 9......................R L Moore
DANDY FLAME (29) (D) R Hughes 9 8 ................F Marsh(7)
COMPRISE (23) (D) M Bell 9 7 .............................J P Spencer
FATHER MCKENZIE (43) (D,F) J Eustace 9 7 .............. J Bryan(5)
KAMRA (11)(T) M Herrington 9 7.................................C Lee(5)
MONTEAMIATA (32) Ed Walker 9 4 ............................T Brown
ESKIMO BAY (37) C Cox 9 3................................. H Crouch(3)
MALCOLM THE PUG (11) R Hannon 9 2.............. T Marquand
NUZHA (13) Miss K George 8 12 ................................... L Morris
KINGS HEART (14) (D) M Usher 8 9......................... S Drowne
SILVER PENNY (13) (D) J Boyle 8 6 ....................... H Bentley
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 9, 11 HOOD: Nos. 1, 10.
W-Factor: Blue On Blue (99); Comprise (97); Father Mckenzie (97).
SP FORECAST: 4 Blue On Blue, 11-2 Monteamiata, 7 Eskimo Bay, Father
Mckenzie, Kings Heart, 8 Comprise, Nuzha, Malcolm The Pug, 14 Others.
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NOTNOWIVORHEADACHE (J1280) R Ingram 8 9 12 .....Rhiain Ingram(7)
L5 QUAY POINT (37) Mrs L Mongan 4 9 12 .................... L Morris 1 (11) 32-L MIGHTY LADY (44) R Brisland 4 9 10....Josephine Gordon
5
REEL LEISURE (98) Mrs A Perrett 4 9 12 ..................P Dobbs 2 (3) 3-20 CAPTON (20) H Candy 4 9 9 ..............................NON-RUNNER
67 SHANANDOA (24) B Barr 6 9 12 ....................................J Quinn 3 (6) 4-LL MULTITASK (21) (C,D) G L Moore 7 9 8 ................. T Queally
STATE SOVEREIGNTY (J39) M Scudamore 5 9 12 ...H Bentley 4 (8) 31-L DASCHAS (90) (C) Mrs A Perrett 3 9 7 .....................P Dobbs
00 AMBER MORNING (35) R Charlton 3 9 0 ... K Shoemark(3) 5 (7) 738 GLORIOUS POET (30) J Spearing 4 9 7 ................... L Morris
6-7 BUTTON UP (41) Sir M Stoute 3 9 0 ........................R L Moore 6 (9) 1-4 MR MINERALS (19) (F) R Hughes 3 9 5 .................. S W Kelly
6- ● ERINYES (274) Archie Watson 3 9 0 .................O Murphy 7 (12) 246 TAILOR’S ROW (30)(T) M Johnston 3 9 5 .............. F Norton
8 LADY MACHA (13) M Botti 3 9 0 ............................. D Muscutt 8 (10) 16L EBBISHAM (21) (C&D) J Boyle 4 9 4 ................C Bennett(3)
05 MISS LIGURIA (46) Ed Walker 3 9 0 ...........................T Brown 9 (4) 1-35 ● HERSIGH (22) (D) S bin Suroor 3 9 4 ...............O Murphy
82 MOD (26) J Fanshawe 3 9 0 .....................................G Wood(3) 10 (1) 618 BRAZTIME (40) (D) R Hannon 3 9 3 ................... T Marquand
64 PARIS ROOFTOPS (24) (F) L Cumani 3 9 0 .....J P Spencer 11 (2) 096 GLORIOUS POWER (41) (D) C Hills 3 9 0 ..........J P Spencer
02 SILEEL (24) E Dunlop 3 9 0 ......................Josephine Gordon 12 (5) LL7 HAULANI (19) (D) P Hide 3 8 12........................... H Crouch(3)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 12 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 8, 12.
SONNET ROSE C Allen 3 9 0 ..........................................S Golam
W-Factor: Hersigh (99); Glorious Power (95); Multitask (93).
VISOR: Nos. 7, 13 HOOD: No. 3.
SP FORECAST: 3 Hersigh, 6 Mr Minerals, 13-2 Glorious Poet, 7 Tailor’s Row,
W-Factor: Erinyes (99); Mod (98); Sileel (97).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Sileel, 7-2 Mod, 4 Paris Rooftops, 7 Button Up, 12 Erinyes, 10 Mighty Lady, Ebbisham, Braztime, 12 Glorious Power, Haulani, Daschas,
14 Others.
State Sovereignty, 16 Lady Macha, 20 Miss Liguria, Reel Leisure, 25 Others.
GOING: Standard. Right Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17): L Morris 10% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2012-17): J Gosden
21% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 6.10 Varsovian (cheek pieces), 7.10 Button Up (visor), 7.40 Gibbs Hill (blinkers), Proctor (blinkers), 8.10
Clowance One (blinkers). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 6.10 Slingsby(hcp), Varsovian(hcp). 6.40 Billesdon Brook. 7.40 Gibbs Hill(hcp). 8.10 Taws.
8.40 Father Mckenzie(hcp), Monteamiata(hcp). 9.10 Capton(hcp). DRAW: No advantage LONGEST TRAVELLER: Pumblechook (7.40) &
Tailor’s Row (9.10) 245 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 7.10 Notnowivorheadache from P Webber. 8.10 Handazan from B Case.
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B - Bath
K - Kempton
T - Thirsk
Abu Dhabi Doo ............ T
Age Of Wisdom ........... K
Ahlan Bil Zain ............. B
Aliento ....................... T
Amber Morning ........... K
Andok ......................... T
Angie B ....................... T
Aquadabra .................. B
Arcavallo .................... T
Aristodemus ............... T
Art Scholar ................. B
Attain ......................... B
Av A Word .................. B
Aware ......................... B
Balestra ..................... B
Bayston Hill ................ B
Be Bold ....................... T
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5.30
Be Mindful .................. K
Beauden Barrett......... K
Bernie’s Boy ............... T
Bicolour...................... B
Billesdon Brook .......... K
Black Trilby ................ B
Blue Havana................ T
Blue On Blue ............... K
Bold Spirit .................. T
Born To Please ........... B
Bossipop..................... T
Braztime .................... K
Bringit ........................ B
Burnt Sugar ................ T
Button Up ................... K
Canizay....................... T
Capton........................ K
Case Key .................... B
Chamasay ................... B
Clear Spring ............... T
Clowance One ............. K
6.40
6.10
5.30
8.30
6.40
7.00
2.00
8.40
5.30
8.30
3.30
9.10
7.00
3.30
7.10
5.00
9.10
6.30
8.00
3.30
8.10
Commander ................ T
Comprise .................... K
Compton Park............. T
Connery ...................... B
Daimochi .................... B
Dandy Flame ............... K
Dark Forest ................ T
Daschas ...................... K
Donnelly’s Rainbow .... T
Dream Farr ................. K
Dreamboat Annie........ B
Dyllan ......................... B
Ebbisham .................... K
Eben Dubai ................. B
El Cap ......................... T
Elysee Star ................. T
Ember’s Glow ............. T
Embleton .................... B
Englishman ................. T
Envisaging .................. T
Erinyes ....................... K
4.30
8.40
4.00
6.00
8.00
8.40
4.00
9.10
4.00
6.10
6.00
6.30
9.10
9.00
5.00
2.00
5.00
8.30
3.30
5.00
7.10
Eskimo Bay ................. K
Etienne Gerard ........... T
Fake News .................. T
Fanfair ....................... B
Faradays Spark .......... T
Father Mckenzie ......... K
Fink Hill ...................... T
Firesnake ................... T
Fleckerl ...................... K
Foxy Lady ................... T
Frolic.......................... K
Fujaira Bridge............. B
Funkadelic .................. B
Gaelic Wizard.............. T
Giant Spark ................ T
Gibbs Hill .................... K
Give Em A Clump ........ T
Glorious Poet ............. K
Glorious Power ........... K
Grams And Ounces ..... B
Grumeti ...................... K
8.40
5.30
2.30
8.30
3.00
8.40
2.00
5.30
6.10
2.30
6.40
7.30
6.00
5.30
3.30
7.40
3.00
9.10
9.10
9.00
8.10
Hackney Road ............. K
Hallingham ................. B
Hamba Moyo ............... T
Hamish Mcgonagain .... K
Handazan.................... K
Handytalk ................... B
Harry Beau ................. B
Haulani ....................... K
Havana Heart ............. T
Hersigh....................... K
Hi Milady .................... B
High Wells .................. B
Hijran ......................... T
Holdenhurst ............... B
Holyroman Princess ... B
I’vegotthepower ......... B
It’s Not Unusual ......... K
Itsakindamagic ........... T
Jaimie’s Joy ............... T
Jaywalker ................... T
Just For Fun............... T
3YO (PLUS 10)
7.00 MAIDEN
£5,822 (4)
1m
ATR
7.30
8.00
8.30
9.00
I’vegotthepower
Attain
Fanfair
Grams And Ounces
(3)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(4)
(5)
BALESTRA (47) C Hills 9 5 ............................J Crowley
● BLACK TRILBY (18) (F) C Cox 9 5..............A Kirby
BRINGIT (16) J Osborne 9 5 .........................D Costello
WONDERFILLO (30) P Cole 9 5.................S Hitchcott
LITTLE MISS TANGO R Teal 9 0 ...................R Winston
TONGUE STRAP: No. 4 HOOD: No. 2.
W-Factor: Black Trilby (99); Wonderfillo (93); Balestra (84).
SP FORECAST: 4-6 Black Trilby, 3 Wonderfillo, 8 Balestra, 12
Bringit, 14 Little Miss Tango.
1
2
3
4
5
THE SCOUT
6.00 Pursuing The
Dream
6.30 Dyllan
7.00 Black Trilby
68
232
76
422
BLAYTHWYT PLATE HANDICAP 3YO
AUCTION STAKES 2YO
1m
(6)
6.00 NOVICE
£2,264 (Class 6) 5f 10yds (7 dec) 7.30 £9,057 (3)
HOLDENHURST (8) S Kirk 9 5 ................ M Godwin(5)
FUNKADELIC (29)(T) B Haslam 9 2 ...........F M Berry
CONNERY (15) (F) S Kirk 9 0 ...........................M Dwyer
DREAMBOAT ANNIE (12) (C&D) M Usher 8 12
L Keniry
5 (4) 426 ● PURSUING THE DREAM (14) J Osborne 8 11
D Costello
6 (7) L
KORAK BOY (13) J Tuite 8 10 ........................ R Hornby
7 (2) 334 AQUADABRA (7) M Channon 8 9 ................... J F Egan
W-Factor: Pursuing The Dream (99); Connery (92);
Aquadabra (86).
SP FORECAST: 10-11 Pursuing The Dream, 4 Connery, 6 Aquadabra,
15-2 Holdenhurst, 12 Dreamboat Annie, 14 Funkadelic.
1
2
3
4
(3)
(1)
(5)
(6)
1L2
666
20
571
HANDICAP
6.30 COLLECTION
£6,469 (4)
5f 160yds
1 (5) 3-72 ROYAL MEZYAN (18) (D) H Spiller 6 10 1
(8)
S Donohoe
2 (3) 434 SEPTEMBER ISSUE (11) Miss G Kelleway 4 9 11
R Winston
3 (2) 236 HANDYTALK (16) B Millman 4 9 11 ...................A Kirby
4 (4) 22-7 ● DYLLAN (16) Mrs R Carr 4 9 8 ................J Crowley
5 (8) 257 SILVERRICA (17) (C&D) M Saunders 7 9 8
Georgia Cox(5)
6 (7) 1-66 SFUMATO (37) (D) R Charlton 3 9 7 ............T Whelan
7 (1) 0-54 CASE KEY (7) (D) M Appleby 4 9 6 R Dawson(7)
8 (6) 4-37 SECRET POTION (23) (C) R Harris 3 8 9
S Hitchcott
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 7.
W-Factor: Dyllan (99); Silverrica (98);
Sfumato (98).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Royal Mezyan, 10-3 Sfumato, 9-2 September
Issue, 15-2 Handytalk, 8 Case Key, 10 Silverrica, Dyllan, 25 Secret
Potion.
qMUSSELBURGH may well not
stage its next fixture on July 14.
The course employs 15 full-time
staff and up to 200 support staff
would normally expect to be on
raceday duty.
“This is an appalling state of
affairs brought on solely by the
intransigence of Councillor Innes
and his colleagues who have
refused to engage with the BHA
regarding their concerns about how
the racecourse is governed,” said a
track spokesman.
“This didn’t suddenly flare up
last week and this head-in-thesand approach has led to the BHA
finally losing patience and not
renewing our licence to race.”
CHEPSTOW: Good
6.10—FORTUNE’S PEARL (O Murphy, 11-2) 1;
Ferik (16-1) 2; Champs De Reves (16-1) 3. 12 ran.
shd, 3/4l. (A Balding; 11-4 fav Breath Caught).
Tote: £6.20; pl £2.00, £4.60, £5.30. exacta:
6.10
9.00
3.00
6.10
8.10
6.30
8.00
9.10
2.30
9.10
8.30
8.00
4.00
6.00
9.00
7.30
6.40
4.30
2.00
3.30
2.30
FLAT INDEX
Kamra......................... K
Kentucky Blueblood.... T
King Calypso............... K
King Robert ................ T
Kings Heart ................ K
Kirkham ...................... T
Kiruna Peak ................ B
Kitsey......................... B
Korak Boy................... B
Kyllukey ..................... K
Lady Macha ................ K
Lanceur ...................... K
Last Enchantment ...... K
Laughton .................... T
Laydee Victoria .......... T
Le Manege Enchante... T
Little Miss Lola........... T
Little Miss Tango........ B
8.40
2.30
8.10
3.30
8.40
4.00
9.00
9.00
6.00
6.10
7.10
8.10
6.40
3.30
3.00
5.30
5.30
7.00
1. Who did Mark Selby beat 18-15
to claim his third world snooker
championship title in May?
2. Which former Premier League
champions will be playing in the third
tier of English football next season?
3. Who has become the first
Englishman to win the men’s singles
at the European Badminton
Championships since 1990?
4. After which former player will Liverpool’s
Centenary Stand at Anfield be renamed?
5. Who won the
2015 Moto3 World
Championship to
become Britain’s
first Grand Prix
motorcycle world
champion since
RATINGS
Barry Sheene?
0-3 Oh dear
6. Which Scottish
4-6 Small beer
speed skater became 7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
European overall
short-track champion
for the first time in 2015?
7. Which English boxer beat Sugar
Ray Robinson in 1951 to become
world middleweight champion?
8. What did football’s Fairs Cup become
in the 1971-72 season?
9. Who was the first post-war
Wimbledon men’s singles champion
in 1946?
10. Who was the leading money winner
on the PGA Tour in 1981 and 1989?
It is extremely sad for cycling.”
Sagan is the first world champion
to be excluded from the Tour in
20 years since France’s Laurent
Brochard was kicked out for doping
offences in 1997.
It is also the first time a sprinter
has been expelled for such offences
since Australian Mark Renshaw
was
removed
for
repeatedly
headbutting a rival in 2010.
After their first review of video
footage,
UCI
commissaires
relegated Sagan from second to
115th and docked him 80 points in
the Green Jersey competition.
But a few hours later, it was
announced
Sagan
had
been
excluded from the Tour.
Sagan is the winner of eight Tour
stages – including Monday’s third
stage. He was favourite for the
Green Jersey points competition,
which he has won five times.
Tour leader Geraint Thomas had
also been involved in a separate
crash, his second in three days,
grazing a knee, and in bandages as
he received his latest Yellow Jersey.
Thomas still leads from Sky
team-mate Chris Froome by
12 seconds. Michael Matthews of
Sunweb is third.
sad.” The injury is a major blow in
Cavendish’s quest to overtake
Eddie Merckx’s record of 34 Tour
stage wins. The Manxman has 30.
He said: “In terms of pain, I’ve
done my shoulder twice before and
I’m in more pain now than I was for
one of my shoulders.”
Sagan had finished just behind
stage winner Demare but race
officials later took the drastic step
of expelling him from the race.
Sagan visited the Dimension
Data bus after the finish to check
on Cavendish. “Mark was coming
pretty fast from the back,” the
Slovakian said. “I tried but didn’t
have time to react to go left. He
came to me and I had to defend.”
Asked if he had apologised, he
added: “For sure, because it’s not
nice to crash like that.”
Dimension Data sports director
Roger
Hammond
was
more
forthright, saying: “It was a flick of
the elbow which was completely
outrageous. There was no reason
for that elbow. As a former
professional bike rider I know the
way it is done.
“This is a sad, sad day for the
sport. Sagan is a hero and idol of
mine but a precedent has to be set.
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1 (5) 1L-7 SENIORITY (60) W Haggas 9 7 .................P Cosgrave
2 (6) 201 ● I’VEGOTTHEPOWER (19) (C&D) B Meehan 9 5
J Crowley
3 (4) 621 PILLAR OF SOCIETY (30) (D,F) R Hannon 9 4
S Levey
4 (1) 173 FUJAIRA BRIDGE (22) (D) R Varian 9 3 .....A Atzeni
5 (3) 747 AHLAN BIL ZAIN (25) (D) D M Simcock 9 2 .A Kirby
6 (2) 261 PATTIE (10) (D) M Channon 9 1(6ex)............ J F Egan
VISOR: No. 2.
W-Factor: I’vegotthepower (99); Pillar Of Society (98);
Fujaira Bridge (98).
SP FORECAST: 2 Pattie, 10-3 Pillar Of Society, 4 Fujaira Bridge, 11-2
I’vegotthepower, 8 Seniority, 10 Ahlan Bil Zain.
8.00 HANDICAP
£2,911 (5)
1m 2f 37yds
(8)
1 (3) 344 ● ATTAIN (12) (C&D,F) A Watson 8 10 0
E Greatrex(3)
2 (6) 738 DAIMOCHI (41) C Cox 3 9 7 ................................A Kirby
3 (1) 5L7 X RATED (21)(T) M Johnston 3 9 7 ............J Fanning
4 (8) 015 BAYSTON HILL (20)(C&D) M Usher 3 9 4 L Keniry
5 (4) 475 AWARE (26) C Hills 3 9 4 ...............................J Crowley
6 (2) 35L HARRY BEAU (26) R Hannon 3 9 2 ................ S Levey
7 (7) 13L CHAMASAY (29) P Evans 3 8 9 ..................... J F Egan
8 (5) 707 HIGH WELLS (18) S Durack 3 8 8 ...................M Dwyer
BLINKERS: No. 8 TONGUE STRAP: No. 5.
W-Factor: Attain (99); Daimochi (98); Bayston Hill (96).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Attain, 10-3 Daimochi, 6 X Rated, Bayston Hill,
12 Chamasay, 14 Aware, High Wells, 16 Harry Beau.
ANSWERS: 1 John Higgins. 2 Blackburn
Rovers. 3 Rajiv Ouseph. 4 Kenny
Dalglish. 5 Danny Kent. 6 Elise Christie.
7 Randolph Turpin. 8 The UEFA Cup.
9 Yvon Petra. 10 Tom Kite.
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FILLIES’ HANDICAP
8.30 DYRHAM
£2,264 (6)
1m 2f 37yds
(10)
& P HANDICAP
9.00 DJ£2,264
(6)
1m 3f 137yds
(12)
SHEER INTENSITY (13) P Evans 4 9 7 .......F M Berry
SUNLIT WATERS (64) A Carroll 4 9 6.............A Kirby
HI MILADY (34) D F Davis 3 9 4 .....................L Keniry
TENBY TWO (12) M Channon 3 9 3 ............... J F Egan
BICOLOUR (15) (S,T) M Johnston 3 9 1 .....J Fanning
PACA PUNCH (18) J Flint 4 9 0 ............ M Godwin(5)
● FANFAIR (23) R Hannon 3 8 13 .................. S Levey
BORN TO PLEASE (20) M Usher 3 8 7
Nicola Currie(7)
9 (8) 9-L9 EMBLETON (36) C Wallis 3 8 6................. Rob Hornby
10 (7) L20 SUBLIME (23) B Millman 3 8 4....................... K O’Neill
CHEEK PIECES: No. 10.
W-Factor: Fanfair (99); Bicolour (96); Sunlit Waters (94).
SP FORECAST: 15-8 Fanfair, 11-4 Bicolour, 15-2 Sublime, Sheer
Intensity, 8 Sunlit Waters, 12 Tenby Two, 16 Others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(5)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(3)
(1)
(10)
(9)
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1 (4) 415 POWERED (8) P Evans 4 10 0........................F M Berry
2 (9) 6-L4 ART SCHOLAR (16) (C,D) M Appleby 10 10 0
R Dawson(7)
3 (7) 231 HALLINGHAM (12)(C&D) K C-Brown 7 10 0 L Keniry
4 (8) 711 ● GRAMS AND OUNCES (18)(C&D) Grace Harris 10 9 13
T J Murphy
5 (10) 731 AV A WORD (8) D Kubler 3 9 7 (6ex).........G Downing
6 (5) 852 EBEN DUBAI (12) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 5 9 6 ....M Dwyer
7 (3) 666 PAR THREE (42) A Carroll 6 9 6 ......................A Kirby
8 (2) 3L5 KIRUNA PEAK (16) M Channon 3 9 3 ........... J F Egan
9 (11) 432 PLATO’S KODE (12) (F) S Durack 3 9 2 ....R Winston
10 (1) 006 KITSEY (18) R Hannon 3 8 13 .................NON-RUNNER
11 (12) L39 NOTHING COMPARES (36) (F,T) M Johnston 3 8 6
J Fanning
12 (6) 580 HOLYROMAN PRINCESS (23) B Millman 3 8 3
K O’Neill
VISOR: Nos. 3, 8, 12 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 9
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 5, 9.
W-Factor: Grams And Ounces (99); Hallingham (96);
Plato’s Kode (94).
SP FORECAST: 3 Av A Word, 9-2 Hallingham, 5 Grams And Ounces,
6 Eben Dubai, 7 Plato’s Kode, 10 Powered, 12 Kiruna Peak, 14 Art
Scholar, 20 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Firm. Left Handed. TOP JOCKEY (2012-17): A Kirby 23% Strike rate. TOP TRAINER (2012-17): C
Cox 23% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 7.00 Wonderfillo (tongue strap), 8.00 High Wells (blinkers), 9.00 Holyroman Princess
(visor). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 6.00 Holdenhurst. 6.30 Dyllan (hcp). 7.00 Balestra. 8.00 Attain(hcp). 8.30 Fanfair (hcp). 9.00
Powered(hcp). DRAW: Low numbers are favoured in races up to a mile. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Dyllan (6.30) 238 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 8.30 Sunlit Waters from Eve J-Houghton to A Carroll.
EVENING RESULTS
£89.30. trifecta: £1418.50. CSF: £82.98. Nonrunner: Couldn’t Could She.
6.40—BARRAQUERO (T Marquand, 7-4 fav)
1; Airshow (5-1) 2; Liva (3-1 jt 2nd fav) 3. 9 ran. 6l,
21/2l. (B Meehan). Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10, £1.80,
£1.50. exacta: £9.70. trifecta: £25.50. CSF:
£10.73. Non-runners: Expecting, Lisbon Legend.
7.10—CHAMPAGNE BOB (Katherine
Glenister, 4-1 2nd fav) 1; Titus Secret (13-8 fav) 2;
Sweet Pursuit (9-2) 3. H’cap 11 ran. ns, 21/2l. (R J
Price). Tote: £5.30; pl £1.90, £1.20, £1.60. exacta:
£13.10. tricast: £30.53. trifecta: £55.30. CSF:
£9.95. Non-runners: Keene’s Pointe, Q Cee,
Spirit Of Rosanna, Tally’s Song, Zophilly.
7.40—SEE THE MASTER (A Kirby, 6-4 fav) 1;
Procurator (11-4 2nd fav) 2; Fantasy Queen (4-1)
3. H’cap 6 ran. 11/2l, 11/4l. (C Cox). Tote: £2.30; pl
£1.20, £1.80. exacta: £6.30. tricast: £12.66. trifecta: £17.70. CSF: £6.02. Nrs: Bazwind, Haulani,
Here’s Two.
8.10—THE DETAINEE (A Kirby, 4-1 2nd fav) 1;
Miskin (8-1) 2; Miss Tree (5-2 fav) 3. H’cap 12 ran.
11/2l, nk. (N Mulholland). Tote: £6.00; pl £1.80,
Little Poem ................ K
Lucky Lodge ............... T
Major Crispies ............ T
Makofitwhatyouwill .... T
Malcolm The Pug ........ K
Mango Chutney........... T
Marmajuke Bay ........... K
Mathix ........................ T
Medici Oro .................. T
Midnight Blue ............. K
Mighty Lady................ K
Mimram ...................... K
Mishaal ....................... K
Miss Goldsmith ........... T
Miss Liguria ................ K
Mitchum ..................... T
Mod ............................ K
Monteamiata .............. K
Mr Minerals ................ K
Multigifted ................. K
Multitask .................... K
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6.40
5.30
4.00
2.30
8.40
4.00
7.40
5.00
2.30
6.40
9.10
6.40
6.10
5.00
7.10
5.30
7.10
8.40
9.10
8.10
9.10
Mutahaady.................. T
Never Give In.............. T
Next Train’s Gone....... K
Night Circus ............... T
Nightingale Valley ...... K
Nothing Compares ...... B
Notnowivorheadache .. K
Nuzha ......................... K
Olive Mabel................. K
Original Choice ........... T
Paca Punch ................. B
Par Three ................... B
Paris Rooftops ........... K
Pattie ......................... B
Picket Line ................. K
Pillar Of Society ......... B
Plansina...................... T
Plato’s Kode ............... B
Point Of Woods ........... T
Poppy Jag .................. T
Powered ..................... B
Prazeres ..................... T
4.30
5.30
8.10
4.30
6.10
9.00
7.10
8.40
6.40
4.30
8.30
9.00
7.10
7.30
6.10
7.30
2.30
9.00
5.30
2.00
9.00
5.30
£2.30, £1.60. exacta: £41.40. CSF: £33.16. Nonrunners: Esspeegee, Kalimantan, Monologue,
Tsundoku, Yul Finegold.
8.40—YA JAMMEEL (F Norton, 15-8 fav) and
RAHMAH (T J Murphy, 3-1 2nd fav) 1; Distant
High (10-1) 3. H’cap 9 ran. dead heat, 3l. (M
Channon, G Deacon). Tote: Ya Jammeel £1.40,
Rahmah £1.60; pl YJ £1.40, R £1.20, Distant High
£2.70. ex: YJ, Rahmah £4.60, Rahmah, YJ £4.80.
CSF: YJ, Rahmah £3.67, Rahmah, YJ £4.47. Nrs:
Dark Phantom, Maroc.
9.10—HAWKERLAND (T Saunders, 5-2 jt fav)
1; Wordiness (12-1) 2; Fitzwilly (13-2) 3. H’cap 8
ran. 1l, 13/4l. (M Tregoning; 5-2 jtfav Moabit). Tote:
£3.30; pl £2.40, £2.30, £1.30. exacta: £24.60. tricast: £173.35. CSF: £34.47. Nrs: Agreement,
Iniesta, Lady Makfi, Sir Pass I Am, Yes Daddy.
Jackpot: £10,573 Placepot: £39.20
Quadpot: £2.90
STRATFORD-ON-AVON: Good
6.20—MISTER UNIVERSUM (H Skelton, 7-2
2nd fav) 1; Jodies Jem (2-1 fav) 2; Jackblack
(25-1) 3. 8 ran. 9l, 31/2l. (D Skelton). Tote: £3.70; pl
Princeofthequeen ....... T
Proctor....................... K
Pumblechook .............. K
Pursuing The Dream ... B
Quay Point.................. K
Questo........................ T
Racing Radio............... T
Ralphy Boy ................. T
Raven’s Raft ............... T
Reel Leisure ............... K
Reel Mr Bond .............. T
Regicide ..................... K
Relight My Fire ........... T
Retained ..................... K
Robbie Roo Roo .......... T
Rockies Spirit ............. T
Royal Mezyan ............. B
Royal Parks ................ K
Sea Of Green .............. T
Searanger................... T
Secret Potion ............. B
Seniority .................... B
5.30
7.40
7.40
6.00
7.10
5.30
2.00
4.00
2.30
7.10
3.00
7.40
4.00
6.40
5.30
2.30
6.30
6.40
5.30
5.30
6.30
7.30
£1.20, £1.30, £4.10. ex: £12.50. CSF: £11.39.
6.50—VOSNE ROMANEE (S Twiston-Davies,
2-7 fav) 1; Stealing Mix (3-1 2nd fav) 2; Rakaia
Rosa (20-1) 3. 4 ran. 14l, 21/4l. (Dr R Newland).
Tote: £1.10; exacta: £1.50. CSF: £1.65.
7.20—DEGOOCH (N Fehily, 9-2) 1; Mccabe
Creek (3-1 2nd fav) 2; Dragon’s Den (6-1) 3. H’cap
6 ran. 10l, hd. (J Farrelly; 7-4 fav Altiepix). Tote:
£5.10; pl £2.50, £1.70. ex: £19.50. CSF: £18.79.
7.50—POLARBROOK (B Hughes, 7-2 fav) 1;
Byron Blue (16-1) 2; Icanmotor (5-1) 3. H’cap 12
ran. 31/4l, 16l. (D Shaw). Tote: £4.80; pl £1.90,
£3.80, £2.50. exacta: £76.40. tricast: £285.03.
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Shanandoa .................. K
Sheer Intensity .......... B
Short Work ................. T
Shrewd Approach ....... K
Sileel .......................... K
Silver Penny ............... K
Silverrica.................... B
Simmo’s Partytrick .... T
Sir Billy Wright ........... T
Situation .................... T
Slingsby...................... K
Sonnet Rose ............... K
State Sovereignty ...... K
Sublime ...................... B
Summer Thunder ........ K
Sunblazer ................... K
Sunlit Waters ............. B
Sunset Flyer ............... T
Super Major ................ T
Tailor’s Row ............... K
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SPORT
WORLD OF
Lewis ‘likes’
Vettel blast
FORMULA ONE
LEWIS HAMILTON has stoked the
flames of his rivalry with Sebastian
Vettel by appearing to endorse a
social media post which criticises the
German and the FIA, the sport’s
governing body.
Vettel escaped further punishment
from the FIA on Monday after he
accepted full
responsibility for
ramming into
Hamilton at the
Azerbaijan
Grand Prix.
The four-time
champion also
issued an
HAMILTON
apology to the
Englishman via a statement, which
he released on his personal website.
Hamilton is yet to officially
comment on the FIA’s ruling, but
‘liked’ a damning Instagram post
published on Monday night.
The message was critical of
Vettel’s actions, the FIA’s handling of
the case and suggested the sport’s
governing body would not have been
as lenient towards Hamilton.
GOLF
IAN POULTER booked his place at
The Open last night after a 36-hole
qualifying competition at Woburn.
The Englishman has dropped
down the world rankings because
of injury – despite placing second
at the Players Championship in
May – but, with three places up for
grabs at Royal Birkdale in two
weeks, he carded rounds of 70 and
68 to finish in joint second.
Acton case
postponed
RUGBY LEAGUE
LEIGH forward Jamie Acton’s
disciplinary hearing, which could see
him banned for at least eight
matches, has been adjourned.
In last Saturday’s defeat by
Catalans in Perpignan, Acton lifted
Greg Bird and pushed him back to
the ground when
Bird was apparently
unconscious.
Acton, 25, was
charged with a
Grade F offence,
the most
serious. The case
was due to be
heard yesterday
ACTON
but Leigh asked
for more time to prepare and it will
now take place next week on the
proviso that Acton plays no part in
Friday’s trip to Warrington.
❑ LONDON BRONCOS have signed
France international and former Hull
KR hooker John Boudebza for the
rest of the season.
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE
By Peter Edwards
Rafa proves big
lure for Lejeune
❑
TOM INCE has
joined David
Wagner’s Huddersfield
from Derby on a
three-year deal for an
undisclosed fee.
Ince, 25, a former
England Under-21
forward, said: “The
opportunity to be in the
Premier League with a
team that’s on the up is
a great feeling.”
earned a reputation as one of
the most reliable defenders in
La Liga.
Now
the
former
France
Under-20 international will hope
to finally make his mark in the
English top flight – he did not
make a single senior appearance
for City – after being persuaded to
leave Spain by Benitez.
Lejeune,
who
made
37
appearances in Spanish domestic
football last season, has signed a
five-year deal that will keep him
at St James’ Park until 2022. The
deal has been in the pipeline for
some time but was delayed by
negotiations
over
the
way
payment would be structured.
Its completion will come as a
boost to Benitez, who had grown
increasingly frustrated with the
lack of activity since guiding
Newcastle to a swift return to the
Premier League last season.
There had been reports that
the former Liverpool boss could
walk away following a series of
transfer market blunders by the
Newcastle hierarchy.
The club were interested in
taking
Chelsea’s
England
Under-21 striker Tammy Abraham
on loan but dragged their heels
and lost out to Swansea, while
Manchester City goalkeeper Willy
Caballero snubbed Newcastle to
join Chelsea.
Lejeune’s arrival will offer some
relief to Benitez and Newcastle
fans who crave some stability
after several turbulent seasons.
City closing in on Sanchez
FROM BACK PAGE
expensive for the German
champions, they may have little
option.
Sanchez has a year left on his
contract and is prepared to see it
out and leave on a free next
summer unless he gets his way.
That could yet force Arsene
Wenger’s hand, with the
28-year-old’s future set to be
sorted before he returns to
training in three weeks.
Arsenal’s move for Lacazette
could have a knock-on effect for
Olivier Giroud, a £20m transfer
target for Everton and West Ham.
Giroud has insisted he wants
to stay at the Emirates, but the
arrival of his countryman could
change his mind. Everton are
leading the race for Giroud and
want to make him their fifth
signing of the summer.
But he said: “I want to carry
on my good journey at Arsenal
and always want to give my best.
Until the end of my contract the
motivation is here always.”
have
❑ SWANSEA
signed Chelsea’s
England Under-21
striker Tammy Abraham
on a season-long loan.
Abraham, 19, has
just penned a five-year
contract at Stamford
Bridge but will link up
with his new Swans
team-mates during the
club’s tour of the USA
this month.
It’s just like a debut
ROSS HEPPENSTALL
BOXING
FANS will be given the chance to
attend a global publicity tour to
promote the Floyd Mayweather jnr
-Conor McGregor fight.
The tour will start at Wembley
Stadium this month to promote
their Las Vegas clash on August 26.
Details are yet to be announced.
Each fighter is expected to earn
about £78.5 million – one of the
richest boxing matches in history.
EARN YOUR
STRIPES:
Lejeune is
thrilled to be
working with
Benitez at
Newcastle
FLORIAN
LEJEUNE
became
Newcastle’s
second signing of the
summer yesterday and
instantly admitted it was
the chance to work with
Rafa Benitez that lured
him to Tyneside.
The 26-year-old central defender
completed a £8.7million switch
from Spanish club Eibar.
Lejeune said: “I’m very happy
to have signed. Newcastle United
is a big club and I’m very happy to
be here.
“When you have a manager like
Rafa Benitez who wants you, you
are very happy to come. Since
I’ve been in touch with the
manager, it was an easy
decision for me to come here.”
The arrival of Paris-born
Lejeune follows the permanent
capture of Chelsea winger
Christian Atsu, who played his
part in last season’s promotion
back to the Premier League
during a loan spell and completed
his move in May.
“I would like to welcome
Florian to Newcastle United,”
said Benitez.
“He is a player that has done
very well this
year in Spain. I
have
known
about him for a
while, since he
began
playing
for Villarreal.
“He
has
progressed a lot
as a player in
the
last
few
years and I know
he
will
give
us
something
different at the
back – he is good
with both feet,
he’s big and he’s
good in the air also. If he settles
well into English football, then I
am sure he will be a success and
will give us a lot of competition in
this area.”
After cutting his teeth in
French football, Lejeune moved
to Spain with Villarreal in 2011
and was picked up by Manchester
City during the summer of 2015
and immediately loaned out to
Girona.
He made a permanent switch
to Eibar 12 months later and has
Picture: SERENA TAYLOR
HAPPY RETURNS:
Broad is relishing
being back on
England duty
STUART BROAD says
six months away from
international cricket and
the excitement of the
dawn of a new era under
Joe Root has left him
feeling like a debutant
again.
The fast bowler, 31,
who has 102 caps under
his belt, no longer figures
in white-ball plans and
has not played for
England since the fifth
Test against India before
Christmas. Yet while the
body may cling to the
CRICKET
By Gideon Brooks
aches that little bit more
stubbornly, absence has
certainly made the heart
grow fonder.
“It is really exciting
and it does feel like a new
era with Joe as captain.
It’s great to be back,”
said Broad. “With the
change of leadership it’s
obviously a fresh start
but I don’t think I’ve had
a gap like this playing for
England, which is nice as
well because it reminds
you how special it is and
how lucky you are to be a
part of it.
“When you’re not part
of the one-day team, like
I’m not at the moment,
you do miss it so when
you get the opportunity
to play it feels like a
debut. ”
Root will be the fifth
captain
Broad
has
served, stretching back
to his debut under
Michael Vaughan in 2007
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Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
THE LIONS
2017 ENGLAND LOCK HAS BECOME CULT HERO
Itoje the icon
leading Four
Nation Army
AN out-of-key chant
started up from a
section of punters in a
queue for the luge ride
above
Queenstown
yesterday. To the tune
of Seven Nation Army
by the White Stripes,
the words ‘Ohhhhh
Maro Itoje’ rang out.
Somewhere
near
the
bottom of the inhabited
world, at the pierced nose
and stretched ear capital
of Kiwi adrenaline sports,
the cult status of the Lions
hero continued to grow.
American garage rock
might
not
be
Itoje’s
preferred music genre but,
like being singled out as
the poster boy of this
Lions odyssey, he has no
choice in the matter.
To hear the Westpac
Stadium ringing to your
name in the aftermath of
a Lions Test win must be
quite something for a
22-year-old who has just
finished his politics degree
course.
“Surreal,”
was
how Itoje described the
supporter worship after the
second Test.
In a game such as rugby
union, which places such
emphasis on the collective,
picking out an individual to
such an extent is unusual.
“I actually don’t think he
does like it,” said Itoje’s
Saracens team-mate Jamie
George. “But they get stuck
into it so I’m pretty happy
about it.”
Even Itoje’s second-row
partner Alun Wyn Jones
was joining in as he left the
field on Saturday night. No
wonder Itoje – the youngest
in the tour squad, remember
– appears uncomfortable
Neil
SQUIRES
IN QUEENSTOWN
with the adulation. The
chant that started at Allianz
Park has gone global, which
must make him a target for
team mickey-taking.
“You can’t give him stick,”
said No 8 Taulupe Faletau.
“You have to appreciate
him. In the second Test
he put a marker down in
world rugby. He was pretty
phenomenal. We’re just glad
he’s on our side.”
Itoje is some presence.
In Wellington, the sheer
impact he made in topping
the tackle count was
mightily impressive.
“He’s a machine,” said
the Lions’ head of strength
and
conditioning
Paul
Stridgeon. “He’s a very
powerful, explosive natural
athlete but puts a lot of
extra work in. He could
have played another 10 to
15 minutes on Saturday.”
The baby of the tour party
has become a key figure in
the Lions’ attempt to land
the series, which concludes
with the decisive third Test
on Saturday.
Itoje ran the lineout
smartly in testing conditions
and his restart work was
exceptional. George, who
has watched him grow from
polite Harrow schoolboy
to mighty Lion, saw a
different side to Itoje.
“He
was
just
exceptional.
He
is
always
very
physical but he
took himself to a
place I’ve never
seen before. Right
FULL BORE:
Maro Itoje
has taken
his game to
a new level
for the Lions
‘It has been an
arduous tour’
FROM BACK PAGE
times. We did it in a big
World Cup week with
Wales and it paid off.
Whenever we’ve done it
we’ve performed well.
“The tour has been
very arduous for the
boys. They haven’t
had any proper
days off, so it’s
great to have the
boys refreshed.”
The squad
were banned
from skiing
because of the
risk of injury
and gokarting,
while
players
with back
issues
were
restricted
from
bungee
jumping. No injuries
were reported and the
Lions can choose from
on the edge,” he said. It
is true his penalty
count must improve
but better a full bore,
flat out Itoje than the
alternative.
“We need passionate
players against the All
Blacks,” said Itoje. “We try
not to give them anything
easy, especially in terms of
physicality. We have to meet
fire with fire.”
The England lock was not
even born the last time
New Zealand lost at Eden
Park but the comeback at
the Cake Tin has brought
renewed hope the Lions can
storm their impregnable
fortress and take the series.
“The team has been
together for seven weeks
so each day is another
opportunity to get to know
guys
better,
to
build
chemistry and get a better
understanding
of
one
another,” he said.
Degree complete, Itoje
has filled his spare tour time
with museum visits, adding
to his reputation as a
rugby polymath.
Is there anything
he can’t do? Well,
yes actually. He
tried golf
yesterday
and
resembled
an
has given himself a clean
bill of health.
“It is a small tear in
the fat pad of my left heel
and it is something
I’ll have to manage
throughout my career,”
he said. “It certainly feels
fine at this moment.”
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changing room speaking
all the time,” said Broad.
“He will lead by the way
he plays his cricket and I
am sure he’ll really enjoy
the experience.”
Root has already put
his foot down to insist
that Gary Ballance –
who will bat at three
with Root at four – was
recalled to the squad.
It is likely that Liam
Dawson will be chosen in
the final XI and it would
be the first time since
1993 that England have
a fully-fit squad for the
final Test, with the
exception of utility
back Jared Payne, who
is unavailable because
of migraine issues.
After an opportunity
to enjoy Queenstown’s
nightlife – thankfully
the Altitude Bar, the
scene of England’s 2011
World Cup notoriety,
no longer exists – the
squad flies to Auckland
today to complete their
preparations.
“We are fully aware of
what’s at stake. It’s
going to be a fantastic
occasion and one we
will never forget,” said
hooker Jamie George.
In a survey before
the tour, 78 per cent of
Kiwis could not name a
single Lion. “I’m not
too bothered if they
know us or not,” added
George. “If we win the
series, I’m sure they’ll
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general with ease when
the first Test against
South
Africa
starts
tomorrow at Lord’s.
“I don’t think he will
be the sort to ever lose
his temper particularly,
or be one of those people
who stands up in the
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EUROPA FC (0) ..... 1 TNS FC (2) .........3
Walker 53 (pen)
Fletcher 37
Quigley 41, 104
AET – Score after 90 mins 1-2. Agg: 3-4.
LA FIORITA (0) ...... 0 LINFIELD (0).......0
Agg: 0-1.
UEFA Europa League
First Qualifying Round Second Leg
P NIEDERKORN (0) 2 RANGERS (0) ......0
Francoise 66
S Thill 75
Agg: 2-1.
FRIENDLIES: Livingston 0 Motherwell
2, St Mirren 1 Dundee 3, Slavia
Prague 0 Celtic 0.
CRICKET
Specsavers County
Championship - Division One
(Day 2 of 4. Day 3 today 11am)
Surrey v Hampshire
THE KIA OVAL: Surrey trail Hampshire
by 535 runs with nine first-innings
wickets in hand
HAMPSHIRE: First Innings
(Overnight 361-4)
G Bailey c Footitt b Borthwick .......... 161
S Ervine b McKerr ............................ 83
I Holland not out .............................. 58
G Berg c T K Curran b Sibley ............. 35
B4 lb5 w5 nb8 .......................... 22
Total (7 wkts., dec 161.4 overs) .. 648
Fall: 24, 71, 232, 361, 528, 600,
648.
Bowling: Curran 25-5-85-2, Curran
26-6-82-1, Footitt 24-5-89-0, McKerr
25-1-102-1, Virdi 32-3-135-1, Borthwick
23-0-96-1, Sibley 6.4-0-50-1.
SURREY: First Inns
R Burns not out ............................... 45
M Stoneman c Rossouw b Ervine ....... 57
C McKerr not out ............................... 0
B4 lb1 nb6 ............................... 11
Total (1 wkt., 30 overs) ......... 113
Fall: 103.
Bowling: Abbott 6-2-10-0, Berg 6-228-0, Edwards 5-1-30-0, Crane 9-2-280, Holland 2-0-10-0, Ervine 2-0-2-1.
Umpires: A Wharf & N Cook.
Warwickshire v Middlesex
EDGBASTON:
Middlesex
trail
Warwickshire by 32 runs with four
first-innings wickets in hand
WARWICKSHIRE: First Innings
(Overnight 302-7)
K Barker c & b Murtagh .................... 49
J Patel not out ................................. 19
G Panayi c Simpson b Helm ................ 1
W Rankin lbw Murtagh ........................ 0
Lb10 w6 nb10 .......................... 26
Total (105 overs) .................. 334
Fall: 15, 19, 86, 119, 141, 219, 302,
330, 333.
Bowling: Murtagh 28-3-85-3, Helm
25-3-81-2, Harris 22-1-86-2, Higgins
19-6-38-2, Rayner 10-2-33-1, Malan
1-0-1-0.
MIDDLESEX: First Inns
S Robson lbw Barker .......................... 0
N Compton c Ambrose b Clarke ......... 33
S Eskinazi not out .......................... 178
D Malan c Ambrose b Patel............... 39
P Stirling c Lamb b Rankin .................. 1
J Simpson c Hain b Patel .................. 24
R Higgins c Ambrose b Patel ............... 6
J Harris not out .................................. 8
B5 lb5 w1 nb2 .......................... 13
Total (6 wkts., 85 overs) ....... 302
Fall: 0, 114, 195, 196, 253, 273.
Bowling: Barker 22-2-69-1, Clarke 184-49-1, Panayi 7-0-39-0, Rankin 14-277-1, Patel 16-4-29-3, Trott 7-1-25-0,
Umeed 1-0-4-0.
Umpires: G Lloyd & N Mallender.
Yorkshire v Somerset
SCARBOROUGH:
Yorkshire
trail
Somerset by 109 runs with three firstinnings wickets in hand
SOMERSET: First Innings 268 (Hose
62, Plunkett 4-73)
YORKSHIRE: First Innings
(Overnight 42-3)
H Brook c Trescothick b Overton ........ 31
T Kohler-Cadmore b Groenewald........ 31
T Bresnan c Allenby b Overton ........... 11
A Rashid not out .............................. 30
A Hodd lbw Overton.......................... 28
L Plunkett not out .............................. 5
Lb5............................................ 5
Total (7 wkts., 62 overs) ....... 159
Fall: 13, 18, 21, 71, 88, 105, 153.
Bowling: Gregory 18-4-46-0, Overton
23-3-78-5, Groenewald 12-5-18-2, Allenby 9-5-12-0.
Umpires:
R
Robinson
&
S
O’Shaughnessy.
Division Two
(Day 2 of 4. Day 3 today 11am)
Gloucestershire v Glamorgan
CHELTENHAM: Gloucestershire (19pts)
beat Glamorgan (3pts) by 10 wickets
GLAMORGAN
A Salter c Roderick b Miles ............... 31
T van der Gugten lbw Noema-Barnett . 17
C Cooke not out .............................. 23
G Wagg lbw Norwell.......................... 30
M de Lange c Taylor b Norwell ............. 2
M Hogan c Taylor b Norwell................. 0
Lb4 nb2 ..................................... 6
Total (55 overs) .................... 158
Fall: 36, 42, 42, 42, 54, 100, 104,
150, 158.
Bowling: Payne 13-1-39-0, Norwell
18-4-38-6, Noema-Barnett 11-1-39-2,
Miles 12-3-30-2, van Buuren 1-0-8-0.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE
C Bancroft not out ........................... 62
C Dent not out................................. 68
B1 lb4 nb2 ................................. 7
Total (0 wkts., 31.3 overs) .... 137
Bowling: de Lange 7-0-36-0, van der
Gugten 8-0-34-0, Hogan 5-2-4-0, Wagg
6-0-23-0, Salter 5.3-0-35-0.
Umpires: N Bainton & R Evans.
Derbyshire v Durham
CHESTERFIELD:
Durham
trail
Derbyshire by 94 runs with two firstinnings wickets in hand
DERBYSHIRE: First Innings
(Overnight 332-9)
B Godleman c Poynter b Coughlin ...... 98
G Sandhu not out ............................ 46
B7 lb18 w2 .............................. 27
Total (110.3 overs) ............... 368
Fall: 5, 59, 74, 139, 238, 241, 254,
261, 266.
Kent v Northamptonshire
BECKENHAM: Northamptonshire trail
Kent by 521 runs with nine first-innings
wickets in hand
KENT: First Innings
(Overnight 434-1)
S Dickson c Duckett b Holden ......... 318
J Denly c Holden b Keogh ............... 182
S Northeast b Cobb.......................... 38
S Billings c Wakely b Keogh .............. 42
A Rouse st Rossington b White ............ 8
M Coles b Holden ............................ 24
J Tredwell not out............................... 6
B4 lb6 w2 nb22 ........................ 34
Total (7 wkts., dec 143.1 overs) .. 701
Fall: 129, 511, 579, 645, 656, 695,
701.
Bowling: Sanderson 26-5-80-1, Buck
23-1-110-0, Crook 19-0-103-0, White
35-3-176-1, Keogh 19.1-0-110-2, Cobb
11-0-42-1, Holden 9-0-59-2, Duckett
1-0-11-0.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE: First Inns
B Duckett not out .......................... 101
R Newton c Rouse b Shah ................ 57
A Wakely not out.............................. 14
B4 nb4 ...................................... 8
Total (1 wkt., 48 overs) ......... 180
Fall: 113.
Bowling: Coles 9-2-43-0, Claydon 5-117-0, Shah 17-3-57-1, Hunn 6-0-32-0,
Tredwell 10-3-23-0, Denly 1-0-4-0.
Umpires: D Millns & P Baldwin.
P W L D Bat Bowl Pts
Notts .............. 9 5 0 4 33 27 160
Worcestershire.. 8 5 2 1 27 22 134
Kent ............... 8 4 1 3 19 23 121
Northants ....... 7 5 2 0 13 21 114
Sussex ........... 7 3 3 1 17 18 88
Glamorgan ...... 9 2 5 2 17 26 85
Gloucestershire . 7 2 2 3 9 16 72
Derbyshire ...... 7 1 4 2 15 19 60
Leicestershire 8 0 5 3 21 19 39
Durham .......... 8 1 4 3 18 21 22
Not including matches in progress
UNIVERSITY MATCH — Cambridge
v Oxford (Fenner’s, Cambridge):
Cambridge University 225, Oxford
University 51-5.
CYCLING
Tour de France—Stage 4
(Mondotf-les-Bains - Vittel 207.5km): 1 A Demare (Fra) 04hrs
53mins 54secs, 2 A Kristoff (Nor), 3 A
Greipel (Ger), 4 N Bouhanni (Fra), 5 A
Petit (Fra), 6 J Roelandts (Bel), 7 M
Matthews (Aus), 8 M Mori (Spa), 9 T
Benoot (Bel), 10 Z Stybar (Cze), 11 E
Hagen (Nor), 12 P Vanspeybrouck
(Bel), 13 M Kittel (Ger), 14 M Sieberg
(Ger), 15 M Teunissen (Ned), 16 S
Chavanel (Fra), 17 O Naesen (Bel), 18
D Cimolai (Ita), 19 G Bole (Slo), 20 P
Gilbert (Bel) all at the same time.
Selected Others: 22 C Froome (Gbr)
Team Sky, 58 D Mclay (Gbr) Team
Fortuneo - Oscaro, 70 N Roche (Irl)
BMC Racing Team, 75 S Yates (Gbr)
Orica-Scott, 76 D Martin (Irl)
Quick-Step Floors, 107 B Swift (Gbr)
UAE Team Emirates all at the same
time, 155 G Thomas (Gbr) Team Sky
at same time as leader, 177 S
Cummings (Gbr) Dimension Data at
03mins 48secs, 187 M Cavendish
(Gbr) Dimension Data at same time as
leader, 188 S Thwaites (Gbr)
Dimension Data at 03mins 57secs,
189 Luke Rowe (Gbr) Team Sky at the
same time. Overall: 1 G Thomas (Gbr)
14hrs 54mins 25secs, 2 C Froome
(Gbr) at 12secs, 3 M Matthews (Aus)
at the same time, 4 E Boasson Hagen
(Nor) at 16secs, 5 P Latour (Fra) at
25secs, 6 P Gilbert (Bel) at 30secs, 7
(Pol) at 32secs, 8 T Wellens (Bel) at
the same time, 9 A Demare (Fra) FDJ
at 33secs, 10 N Arndt (Ger) at
34secs, 11 A Lutsenko (Kaz) at
37secs, 12 S Kung (Swi) at 38secs,
13 E Buchmann (Ger) at 40secs, 14
G Van Avermaet (Bel) at the same
time, 15 P Sagan (Svk) at 43secs, 16
D Martin (Irl), 17 D Ulissi (Ita) all at
the same time, 18 S Yates (Gbr) at
45secs, 19 D Impey (RSA) at the
same time, 20 R Porte (Aus) at
47secs. Selected Others: 53 N
Roche (Irl) BMC Racing Team at
01mins 37secs, 91 B Swift (Gbr) UAE
Team Emirates at 02mins 55secs,
120 D Mclay (Gbr) Team Fortuneo Oscaro at 04mins 02secs, 148 M
Cavendish (Gbr) Dimension Data at
05mins 42secs, 161 S Thwaites (Gbr)
Dimension Data at 07mins 40secs,
163 S Cummings (Gbr) Dimension
Data at 08mins 35secs, 193 L Rowe
(Gbr) Team Sky at 23mins 33secs.
TODAY’S DIARY
Friendlies: Cobh Ramblers v Norwich
(7.30), St Patricks v Hearts (7.45),
Piast Gliwice v Fulham (4pm), FC
Copenhagen v Krasnodar (5pm), Sion v
Marseille (6pm), Hitchin v Luton (7.45).
CRICKET
Women’s World Cup - Group Stage:
Australia v Pakistan (Grace Road,
10.30am). England v South Africa
(Bristol, 10.30am). India v Sri Lanka
(Derby, 10.30am).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Kingstone Press League 1 (7.30):
Doncaster v Oxford.
IM
N
Bowling:
Rushworth
29-6-69-1,
Coughlin 19.3-2-90-2, Potts 27-7-75-3,
McCarthy 18-0-87-3, Collingwood 6-4-60, Pringle 6-3-7-0, Steel 5-0-9-1.
DURHAM: First Inns
C Steel run out ................................ 21
M Richardson b Qadri ....................... 64
J Burnham b Tahir............................ 35
G Clark lbw Tahir .............................. 18
P Collingwood b Tahir ......................... 4
R Pringle lbw Sandhu ......................... 1
P Coughlin not out ........................... 62
S Poynter c Palladino b Tahir ............. 20
M Potts b Tahir .................................. 0
B McCarthy not out .......................... 32
B4 lb1 nb12 ............................. 17
Total (8 wkts., 78 overs) ....... 274
Fall: 52, 119, 127, 134, 137, 163,
205, 205.
Bowling: Palladino 13-4-36-0, Sandhu
13-2-53-1, Reece 10-2-42-0, Tahir 293-98-5, Qadri 13-1-40-1.
Umpires: J Lloyds & P Pollard.
W
UEFA Champions Lge
First Qualifying Round
Second Leg
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SPORT IN BRIEF
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52
BLEDO
WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS GERMAN
By Nigel Clarke
MUCH of 2017 has been
like
a
bad
dream
for Angelique Kerber,
perhaps even a waking
nightmare
for
the
German world No1.
Last year she won the
Australian Open and the US
Open, and was a finalist at
Wimbledon. She may have lost
that final to Serena Williams,
but her consistency saw her
elbow the absent one aside as
the best player on the women’s
Tour.
It also made her £15 million
and threw a new star into the
galaxy of the game. At 28,
Kerber had learned how to win
at the highest level.
But this year her game has
gone
into
reverse,
and
yesterday she had her hands
full in despatching Irina
Falconi of the USA and 246
places beneath her in the
rankings. Kerber came through
6-4, 6-4 but looked distinctly
ordinary, moved around by
Falconi who teased and
tormented her with delicious
drop shots.
It took Kerber some time to
adjust and get her leftie
serve working efficiently, and
although she did eventually
find a kind of groove, she was
clearly relieved to go through.
And there was still that sad,
haunted look about her, as if
she was trying to remember
the supreme player she was
last year.
“I think I am on my way,” she
said, but didn’t sound sure. “In
the last few months I have had
a lot of ups and downs. Now I
am finding my rhythm. I enjoy
playing on grass, it’s what I
love most.”
With Williams on maternity
leave and unable to defend her
title, it was left for Kerber to
open proceedings on Centre
Court. Experiencing that walk
Tough
at the
top for
Kerber
HANDS FULL:
Kerber has to
dig deep on her
way to victory
over Irina
Falconi
yesterday
Picture: ADAM DAVY
from the locker room into the
sunshine of the court, to be
enveloped in the admiration of
the crowd, certainly made her
feel better about herself.
“It was good to be back on
that amazing court. A lot of
memories came back with me,”
she said. “But with them has
come more expectations, even
more pressure on me. As a
champion you have many more
things to do.
“Being No 1 was always my
dream and it will be with me
for at least five more years, so
whenever I look back it is there
still in my head.”
Kerber broke Falconi early
on to lead 3-0, closed the set
and then broke again for 5-4,
and held for victory, her
dangerous serve a big stick
that caused most of the
damage. But she admitted: “It
is going to be harder to stay
No 1 than get there. You have
to learn a lot of things, new
experiences, so I have being
going through all this these
last few months, just trying to
adjust to what is expected of
me as a champion.”
Among the pretenders to
the throne is Karolina Pliskova,
who lost the US Open final to
Kerber last year and is the
third seed for the title here. If
she goes on to win Wimbledon
the 6ft Czech would take over
at the top from Kerber.
She took just one minute
over an hour to despatch
Russia’s Evgeniya Rodina 6-1,
6-4 but said: “I cannot even
allow myself to think about
things like that. I’ll stay in the
zone, play well and focus.”
Caroline Wozniacki is not
finding things so simple. Once
the world No 1, she had to
regather herself after losing
the second set to beat Timea
Babos of Hungary 6-4, 4-6, 6-1.
Wozniacki was a junior
champion here 11 years ago,
and said: “I just love the place,
the grass and the whole
atmosphere – that inspires
me.”
Garbine Muguruza of Spain,
a finalist here two years ago,
got her campaign underway
with a 6-2, 6-4 defeat of Russia’s
Ekaterina Alexandrova.
It’s harder
to stay No1
than it is to
get there
❑
WAS Andy Murray
sending a cheeky
message to his rivals
following his win over
Alexander Bublik?
His T-shirt had the
words ‘Forecast Reign’
emblazoned across his
chest but it seems that
was not the case.
When complimented
on the cleverness of the
slogan, it was clear he
had no idea what he
was wearing but had
been given it by his
sponsor Under Armour.
“Forecast Reign?” he
said quizzically. “Most
of the Slams I get four
or five to wear and that
was just one of the ones
they came up with.”
The mother of all waits
VICTORIA Azarenka
has complained about
the “tough” schedule
at the All England
Club after being forced
to wait all day to start
her first-round match.
The former world
No1, who gave birth to
son Leo in December,
discovered on Monday
morning her match
with Catherine Bellis
was not scheduled for
a specific court on the
order of play, and
instead was filed under
‘to be announced’. It
eventually got under
way at 7.03pm, with
Azarenka, below,
winning 3-6, 6-2, 6-1.
Afterwards she said:
“I had to be here the
whole day, which,
for a new mum,
is a little
tough.
“Hopefully I
won’t play like
this again.”
Meanwhile,
Mandy Minella
has revealed she is to
become a mother after
bowing out of the
singles in the first
round – but has
promised to be back
next year.
The 31-year-old from
Luxembourg, who is
four-and-a-half months
pregnant, was
beaten 6-1, 6-1 by
Italian
Francesca
Schiavone on
Monday.
Minella said:
“This is my last
tournament this
season. I want to
compete again at
Wimbledon in 2018 –
and bring the baby
buggy.”
❑
AS ONE of only two
men to have beaten
Roger Federer this year,
Tommy Haas might
have hoped his
Wimbledon swansong
would have a fairy-tale
ending. It was not to be.
The German, 39, given
a wild card for his 16th
and final appearance
at SW19, had to accept
his body was “not
cooperating any more”
after losing 6-2, 3-6, 6-3,
7-5 to Belgian qualifier
Ruben Bemelmans.
Haas, a semi-finalist
in 2009, tweeted: “The
sun set with me
@wimbledon...my 16th
appearance on Court 16
winning 16 games.”
***
***
Daily Express Wednesday July 5 2017
53
ACE STRUGGLES AS FED AND DJOKOVIC LOOK ON COURSE TO CLASH
By Matthew Dunn
IT WAS an intriguing
prospect,
but
best
kept until next Friday’s
semi-final.
There were whispers of
Roger Federer and Novak
Djokovic having a knockabout
to fill a strangely-empty
Centre Court programme,
but head ruled heart and
Caroline Wozniacki was given
the honour instead.
But there had been enough
to suggest it was a merely a
matter of timing as the pair
looked ominously on a collision
course in the bottom half of
the draw.
Still, it was a shame after
the retirements of Martin
Klizan
and
Alexandr
Dolgopolov had restricted the
pair to just 40 and 43 minutes
on court, the matches ending
with Djokovic leading 6-2, 2-0
and Federer 6-3, 3-0 ahead.
“When I walked up, the
chairman said, ‘You guys
should go and play for another
set and a half!’” Federer said.
“I said, ‘Yeah, let me go try
to find Novak’. I found him in
the locker room. I told him,
‘Maybe we should go out and
play another set’. But it’s not
going to happen. They put in
another match right now on
Centre Court, I believe.”
Djokovic certainly seemed
to be up for it. “Yeah, it’s really
odd that Roger’s result and
my result were more or less
the same,” he said.
“We had a little joke about it
in the locker room, saying we
should maybe play a practice
set on the Centre Court, have
the crowd stay.”
Djokovic’s
confidence
certainly seems to be back
after Eastbourne. Playing –
and
winning
–
a
rare
competitive
tournament
between the French Open and
Wimbledon seemed to have
refreshed him rather than
strained him.
Klizan’s calf injury aside,
Djokovic was back to his best,
unrecognisable
from
the
shambling figure who left
Roland Garros on the back of
a final-set defeat to love at the
hands of Dominic Thiem only
last month.
“It was great to be back on
Centre Court,” he said. “It’s
the cradle of tennis history
and it’s a special feeling to
walk on. It brings back many
memories.
“I tried to focus on my game
plan, I was serving well and
when it mattered I made a
break. I’ll try to rest and
recover now after a lot of
matches at Eastbourne.” A
large slice of Wimbledon
See you in
the semis...
IN THE
GROOVE:
Federer, left,
and Djokovic
both looked
strong in their
curtailed
first-round
matches
Main picture:
TIM CLARKE
having adjusted his work-life
balance, he feels fresher than
ever even as his 36th birthday
approaches later this month.
“In the end, I’m a tennis
player,” he said. “I’m a match
player, that’s what I want to
be. Sometimes you have to
reset to come back there.
“Understanding that I won’t
be around for a long time
really put me in a place where
I could really
relax and do other
things, not think about tennis
day-to-day.
“When I’m on-site playing,
I’m really into tennis. But the
moment I will leave this room,
I will get in the car to go home
I’m in a different place. I’m
family, I’m a husband, I’m a
dad. I’m easy, I’m a friend. I
see that.”
McEnroe blasts injury farce
FROM BACK PAGE
players. “There has to be
a rule for guys who come
out clearly not giving or
able to give 100 per cent,”
the BBC pundit said.
“It’s no good for
anyone. Ultimately the
player needs to be given
advice and made to
understand what he is
doing
to
his
own
reputation and to the
sport.
“There has to be a
combination of people to
sit him down and give
him a way out so he can
respect that. There are
guys waiting in there.
The lucky loser will be
looking at this match
and thinking he could
have played on Centre
Court at Wimbledon.”
Djokovic said players
who qualified for the
main draw should still
be paid, as at ATP Tour
events,
but
added
that
there
was
a
“responsibility” to the
tournament.
“Players who have
made it to the Grand
Slam main draw should
get what they deserve,
but at the other hand
allow someone else to
play if they can,” he
said.
“There’s
so
much
significance
about
Wimbledon – the aura
has probably always
been the strongest of
any other tournament.
“If you walk out on
the Centre Court, there
is a responsibility. I’m
sure they tried their
best, but it is what it is.”
Caroline Wozniacki’s
match against Timea
Babos
was
hastily
rearranged
as
an
(2) N Djokovic (Ser) bt M Klizan (Svk)
6-3 2-0 ret.
Women’s, 1st rnd: (1) A Kerber
(Ger) bt I Falconi (USA) 6-4 6-4,
K Flipkens (Bel) bt M Doi (Jpn) 6-4
6-3, S Rogers (USA) bt J Boserup
(USA) 6-3 4-6 6-3, (32) L Safarova
(Cze) bt O Dodin (Fra) 6-2 6-2, S
Cirstea (Rom) bt (23) K Bertens
(Ned) 7-6 (7-4) 7-5, B MattekSands (USA) bt M Linette (Pol) 1-6
6-2 6-3, Y Wickmayer (Bel) bt K
Bondarenko (Ukr) 6-2 7-5, (14) G
Muguruza (Spa) bt E Alexandrova
(Rus) 6-2 6-4, (9) A Radwanska (Pol)
bt J Jankovic (Ser) 7-6 (7-3) 6-0, C
McHale (USA) bt K Boulter (Gbr) 3-6
7-5 6-3, K Kucova (Svk) bt B
Vanessa Andreescu (Can) 6-4 6-3,
(19) T Bacsinszky (Swi) bt M Puig
(Pur) 6-1 3-6 6-0, V Lepchenko
(USA) bt (28) L Davis (USA) 6-4 7-5,
P Hercog (Slo) bt A Beck (Ger) 6-2
6-1, E Makarova (Rus) bt A Van
Uytvanck (Bel) 6-3 6-1, (7) S
Kuznetsova (Rus) bt O Jabeur (Tun)
6-3 6-2, (3) K Pliskova (Cze) bt E
Rodina (Rus) 6-1 6-4, M Rybarikova
(Svk) bt M Niculescu (Rom) 6-4 6-1, L
Tsurenko (Ukr) bt J Goerges (Ger) 6-7
(5-7) 7-6 (10-8) 6-4, V Golubic (Swi)
bt (30) S Zhang (Chn) 6-3 6-7 (2-7)
6-1, P Martic (Cro) bt (20) D
Gavrilova (Aus) 6-4 2-6 10-8, D
Allertova (Cze) bt R Ozaki (Jpn) 7-6
(7-5) 2-6 6-3, Z Diyas (Kaz) bt X Han
(Chn) 6-3 6-4, A Rodionova (Aus) bt
(16) A Pavlyuchenkova (Rus) 3-6
7-6 (8-6) 9-7, (12) K Mladenovic
(Fra) bt P Parmentier (Fra) 6-1 6-3, A
Riske (USA) bt S Stephens (USA) 6-2
7-5, T Maria (Ger) bt A Potapova
(Rus) 6-3 2-2 ret, (24) C
Vandeweghe (USA) bt M Barthel
(Ger) 7-5 6-2, (29) D Kasatkina
(Rus) bt S Zheng (Chn) 6-2 6-4, A
Kontaveit (Est) bt L Arruabarrena
(Spa) 6-2 6-4, T Pironkova (Bul) bt S
Errani (Ita) 6-1 6-4, (5) C Wozniacki
(Den) bt T Babos (Hun) 6-4 4-6 6-1.
ORDER OF PLAY
Maybe we should go
and play another set
history has been written by
Federer and yesterday he
nudged ahead of Jimmy
Connors to claim an all-time
record 85th career win at
SW19 and was on court for
long enough to rack up his
10,000th career ace.
However, he did not forego
the entire clay-court season
merely so he could come here
and rest on his laurels. And
RESULTS
ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS
CHAMPIONSHIPS (Wimbledon,
London)—Men’s, 1st rnd: R Albot
(Mol) bt F Bagnis (Arg) 4-6 6-4 7-6
(11-9) 7-6 (7-3), (6) M Raonic (Can)
bt J Struff (Ger) 7-6 (7-5) 6-2 7-6
(7-4), M Youzhny (Rus) bt N Mahut
(Fra) 6-2 7-5 6-4, A Rublev (Rus) bt
S Travaglia (Ita) 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 7-5 1-6
7-5, (25) A Ramos-Vinolas (Spa) bt
J Thompson (Aus) 6-4 6-4 7-6 (7-4),
(17) J Sock (USA) bt C Garin (Chi)
6-3 4-6 7-6 (7-4) 6-3, P Ofner (Aut)
bt T Bellucci (Bra) 6-2 6-3 6-2,
F Tiafoe (USA) bt R Haase (Ned)
6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-5) 7-5,
(10) A Zverev (Ger) bt E Donskoy
(Rus) 6-4 7-6 (7-3) 6-3, (13) G
Dimitrov (Bul) bt D Sebastian
Schwartzman (Arg) 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 6-1,
M Baghdatis (Cyp) bt J Ward (Gbr)
6-4 6-4 6-3, D Sela (Isr) bt M
Granollers (Spa) 4-6 6-3 1-6 6-2 6-1,
(23) J Isner (USA) bt T Harry Fritz
(USA) 6-4 7-6 (7-3) 6-3,
(27) M Zverev (Ger) bt B Tomic (Aus)
6-4 6-3 6-4, M Kukushkin (Kaz) bt
T Daniel (Jpn) 4-6 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 6-2,
D Lajovic (Ser) bt S Tsitsipas (Gre)
6-4 6-4 6-4, (3) R Federer (Swi) bt
A Dolgopolov (Ukr) 6-3 3-0 ret,
(8) D Thiem (Aut) bt V Pospisil (Can)
6-4 6-4 6-3, G Simon (Fra) bt
N Jarry (Chi) 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 6-3, J
Donaldson (USA) bt J Tipsarevic
(Ser) 5-0 ret, D Ferrer (Spa) bt
(22) R Gasquet (Fra) 6-3 6-4 5-7
6-2, S Darcis (Bel) bt R Berankis (Lit)
4-6 6-3 2-6 6-4 6-3, R Harrison
(USA) bt B Coric (Cro) 7-6 (7-4) 6-4
7-6 (8-6), (11) T Berdych (Cze) bt
J Chardy (Fra) 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-4) 6-4,
(15) G Monfils (Fra) bt D Brands
(Ger) 6-3 7-5 6-4,
K Edmund (Gbr) bt A Ward (Gbr)
4-6 6-3 6-2 6-1, Y Sugita (Jpn) bt
B Klein (Gbr) 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 6-0,
A Mannarino (Fra) bt (19) F Lopez
(Spa) 5-7 6-1 6-1 4-3 ret,
(29) J Martin Del Potro (Arg)
bt T Kokkinakis (Aus) 6-3 3-6 7-6
(7-2) 6-4, E Gulbis (Lat) bt V Estrella
Burgos (Dom) 6-1 6-1 6-2,
A Pavlasek (Cze) bt E Escobedo
(USA) 6-7 (7-9) 6-1 6-3 6-1,
additional Centre
Court match.
Wimbledon
c o m m i t t e e
member
Tim
Henman
said:
“For Dolgopolov
to come into this
tournament
with
an injury, to have an
opportunity to play a
seven-time champion
and
not
be
fit
is disappointing for
him and certainly for
the audience.”
PAIN: Klizan pulled
out with a calf injury
All courts 11.30am start except
Centre and No1 (1pm).
Centre Court: (6) J Konta (GB) v D
Vekic (Cro), (1) A Murray (GB) v D
Brown (Ger), (4) R Nadal (Spa) v D
Young (USA).
Court 1: (9) K Nishikori (Jpn) v S
Stakhovsky (Ukr), Q Wang (Chn) v
(10) V Williams (USA), B Haddad
Maia (Bra) v (2) S Halep (Rom).
Court 2: H Watson (GB) v (18) A
Sevastova (Lat), (12) J Tsonga (Fra)
v S Bolelli (Ita), F Mayer (Ger) v (7)
M Cilic (Cro).
Court 3: (15) E Vesnina (Rus) v V
Azarenka (Blr), A Bedene (GB) v D
Dzumhur (Bih), J Janowicz (Pol) v
(14) L Pouille (Fra), C Giorgi (Ita) v
(17) M Keys (USA).
Court 4: (9) H Chan (Tpe) & M
Niculescu (Rom) v V Cepede Royg
(Par) & R Olaru (Rom), P Lorenzi
(Ita) & A Mannarino (Fra) v S Clayton
(GB) & J O’Mara (GB), A Muhammed
(USA) & T Townsend (USA) v (5) L
Hradecka (Cze) & K Siniakova (Cze),
(4) L Kubot (Pol) & M Melo (Bra) v W
Koolhof (Ned) & M Middelkoop
(Ned).
Court 5: S Aoyama (Jpn) & Z Yang
(Chn) v E Rodina (Rus) & N
Vikhlyantseva (Rus), M Matkowski
(Pol) & M Mirnyi (Blr) v C Hsieh (Tpe)
& M Schnur (USA), M Reid (Aus) & J
Smith (Aus) v (11) F Lopez (Spa) &
M Lopez (Spa), L Kichenok (Ukr) & L
Tsurenko (Ukr) v D Jurak (Cro) & Q
Wang (Chn).
Court 6: (15) A Klepac (Slo) & M
Martinez Sanchez (Spa) v A
Rodionova (Aus) & A Rodionova
(Aus), P Kania (Pol) & N Stojanovic
(Ser) v L Arruabarrena (Spa) & A
Parra Santonja (Spa), (15) J Peralta
(Chi) & H Zeballos (Arg) v J Cerretani
(USA) & M Elgin (Rus), (7) R
Klaasen (SA) & R Ram (USA) v M
Copil (Rom) & F Verdasco (Spa).
Court 7: M Adamczak (Aus) & S
Sanders (Aus) v (16) E Hozumi (Jpn)
& M Kato (Jpn), N Monroe (USA) &
A Sitak (Nzl) v A Sa (Bra) & D Sela
(Isr), O Dodin (Fra) & T Maria (Ger) v
I Begu (Rom) & S Cirstea (Rom), N
Kicker (Arg) & D Schwartzman (Arg)
v J Benneteau (Fra) & V Pospisil
(Can).
Court 8: K Chang (Tpe) & S
Stephens (USA) v Y Duan (Chn) & C
Liang (Chn), P Raja (Ind) & D Sharan
(Ind) v K Edmund (GB) & J Sousa
(Por), (1) B Mattek-Sands (USA) & L
Safarova (Cze) v J Brady (USA) & A
Riske (USA), J Clarke (GB) & M Willis
(GB) v J Donaldson (USA) & J
Nedunchezhiyan (Ind).
Court 9: M Ninomiya (Jpn) & R
Voracova (Cze) v J Boserup (USA) &
C McHale (USA), T Bellucci (Bra) &
R Dutra Silva (Bra) v (13) F Martin
(Fra) & D Nestor (Can), S
Kuznetsova (Rus) & K Mladenovic
(Fra) v N Melichar (USA) & A Smith
(GB).
Court 10: (9) J Rojer (Ned) & H
Tecau (Rom) v T Kokkinakis (Aus) &
J Thompson (Aus), S Lipsky (USA) &
F Tiafoe (USA) v H Podlipnik-Castillo
(Chi) & A Vasilevski (Blr), C Berlocq
(Arg) & A Ramos-Vinolas (Spa) v
(12) J Cabal (Col) & R Farah (Col).
Court 11: A Kudryavtseva (Rus) & A
Panova (Rus) v L Kerkhove (Ned) & L
Marozava (Blr), (10) R Harrison
(USA) & M Venus (Nzl) v A
Begemann (Ger) & J Struff (Ger), V
Golubic (Swi) & K Pliskova (Cze) v
(12) A Groenefeld (Ger) & K Peschke
(Cze), (13) K Flipkens (Bel) & S
Mirza (Ind) v N Osaka (Jpn) & S
Zhang (Chn).
Court 12: L Rosol (Cze) v (16) G
Muller (Lux), J Vesely (Cze) v (28) F
Fognini (Ita), F Schiavone (Ita) v (4)
E Svitolina (Ukr), (13) J Ostapenko
(Lat) v F Abanda (Can).
Court 14: M Sakkari (Gre) v K
Pliskova (Cze), T Monteiro (Bra) v
(30) K Khachanov (Rus), P Herbert
(Fra) v B Paire (Fra), (25) C Suarez
Navarro (Spa) v S Peng (Chn).
Court 15: E Mertens (Bel) & D
Schuurs (Ned) v (10) G Dabrowski
(Can) & Y Xu (Chn), J Erlich (Isr) & T
Huey (Phi) v (6) I Dodig (Cro) & M
Granollers (Spa), M Barthel (Ger) &
A Kontaveit (Est) v S Rogers (USA) &
D Vekic (Cro), K Bondarenko (Ukr) &
A Krunic (Ser) v (14) K Bertens
(Ned) & J Larsson (Swe).
Court 16: P Gojowczyk (Ger) v (18)
R Bautista Agut (Spa), R
Bemelmans (Bel) v D Medvedev
(Rus), C Witthoeft (Ger) v A
Sabalenka (Blr).
Court 17: I Begu (Rom) v (27) A
Konjuh (Cro), (22) B Strycova (Cze)
v N Osaka (Jpn), K Anderson (SA) v
A Seppi (Ita), (5) B Bryan (USA) & M
Bryan (USA) v M Polmans (Aus) & A
Whittington (Aus).
Court 18: (8) D Cibulkova (Svk) v J
Brady (USA), N Basilashvili (Geo) v
(24) S Querrey (USA), (26) S
Johnson (USA) v R Albot (Mol), (21)
C Garcia (Fra) v A Bogdan (Rom).
Not assigned: M Brengle (USA) v
(11) P Kvitova (Cze), P Petzschner
(Ger) & A Peya (Aut) v R Haase
(Ned) & D Inglot (GB), (4) T Babos
(Hun) & A Hlavackova (Cze) v K
Boulter (GB) & K Swan (GB), A
Cornet (Fra) & X Knoll (Swi) v (3) Y
Chan (Tpe) & M Hingis (Swi).
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BLEDO
WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS MURRAY
COMES UP
I’m ready for
THEY
are
tennis’s
Odd Couple, the most
unlikely of pen pals. But
Andy Murray insists he
and Dustin Brown have
more in common than
you think.
AT LAST: Edmund on his way to first-round victory
Ninth time
lucky for
happy Kyle
KYLE EDMUND
finally broke his
Wimbledon duck at the
ninth attempt and
said: “It’s nice to be
able to say I’ve won a
match here.”
The British No 2
survived an early scare
before overpowering
qualifier and fellow
Briton Alex Ward 4-6,
6-3, 6-2, 6-1.
Edmund, 22, has lost
four times in the first
round here – and four
times in doubles
events. At last he has
made it through to the
hallowed destination
– round two.
He did face a tough
battle, at least initially,
against gallant Ward,
ranked 869 in the
world, who broke serve
in the first set to take
an early advantage but
simply could not hang
on.
“To actually say I’ve
won one now
is nice,” said
Edmund.
“But it’s just
one match
and it’s
important
not to get
high from the
win. You try
not to get so
low from a loss. But it’s
definitely nice to do it.
I’ve had enough losses
at Wimbledon.
“I lost my opening
game. It happens in
tennis. But in a
best-of-five-set match,
losing your serve
doesn’t mean you’re
going to lose the
match. Momentum
swings.
“I tried to use the
experience I have and
stay calm. I wasn’t
playing my best at the
start. But I was
pleased I was able to
turn it around and
keep the momentum.”
Edmund admitted
he had felt the pressure
against a player he was
expected to beat but
said: “It’s awkward
because he’s a qualifier.
By Tony Banks
Anyone who plays a
qualifier will know they
have matches under
their belt, and they’ve
obviously won them.
They’re in a good
place.
“I’ve qualified before
at Slams, I know what
it feels like to have
those three matches
and feel match tight.
In that sense it was
tricky. But I was able
to play some good
tennis, and get through
it.”
Edmund will now
face a tough task in
15th seed Gael Monfils
in the second round,
but said: “I’m only an
underdog on paper.
“Gael is obviously a
very good athlete,
moves well, makes a lot
of balls. He has very
easy power when he
wants to hit it. It will
be tough.
“He made
the final at
Eastbourne
last week,
playing well.
He has good
confidence.”
Katie
Boulter’s
Wimbledon
came to a sad end, but
not before the wild
card had given world
No 60 American
Christina McHale a
major scare.
Leicester City fan
Boulter, 20, surprised
McHale by taking the
first set in a hardhitting first-round
clash, but the British
woman, ranked 238,
could not build on that
despite some good
moments, and lost
3-6, 7-5, 6-3.
The other Britons on
the card yesterday all
fell at the first hurdle.
James Ward went
down 6-4, 6-4, 6-3
to Cypriot Marcos
Baghdatis, while
Brydan Klein was
beaten 7-6, 6-3, 6-0 by
Japan’s Yuichi Sugita.
It’s nice
to say I’ve
won one
BRING IT ON:
Murray, practising
yesterday, is ready to
take on a fellow
Singapore Slammer
Picture: TIM CLARKE
Stage is
set for
the real
Johanna
DONNA VEKIC is excited to
face the British No1 for the
second time in 17 days but
Wimbledon secretly hopes this
time it is the other Johanna
Konta who shows up.
In the final of the Nottingham
tournament last month, Konta
crumpled from a set up to
lose to a player who was then
ranked No70 in the world.
Just over a week later, a very
different Konta rattled off wins
against French Open champion
Jelena Ostapenko and world
No1 Angelique Kerber in a
dominant display of grasscourt tennis at Eastbourne.
In between those two
extremes, Konta lasted barely
By Matthew Dunn
an
hour
against
world
No30 Coco Vandeweghe in
Birmingham, and when it was
put to her by a journalist that
it was something of a shock
for the seventh-best player on
the planet she spat back a
sarcastic: “Cheers for the
positivity!”
Well, here’s some of that
positivity. In the past nine
matches Konta has played
against the world’s top 10, she
has won seven times. No
wonder people have been left
scratching their heads.
Certainly Chris Evert, on the
eve
of
the
tournament,
A rare smile crosses the lips
of the world No 1 when it is
suggested the pair are not
obvious choices to be pigeonholed together as friends.
They have met only once on
court – a straight-sets win for
Murray seven long years ago
at the US Open. But they did
rub shoulders late in 2015
when
they
were
fellow
Singapore Slammers – along
with Stan Wawrinka, Nick
Kyrgios, Carlos Moya and
Marcelo Melo – in the second
running of the International
Premier Tennis League.
“We were on the same
team,” Murray recalled. “We
spent a bit of time together
there and had a bit of a
group chat with all of the
players on the team.
“We all were basically
writing to each other after
that because everybody got
on well. From time to time
we message each other.
“It could be anything,
not just tennis. You
might think that because
of the way he plays on
court, maybe he is the
same away from it. My
first-round
opponent
Alexander Bublik, for
example, you would guess
what he was like away from
the court because of the
way he plays the game.
“Dustin comes out with
incredible shots and is very
entertaining to watch and is
pretty ‘out there’ on the
court. But away from the
court he is a very quiet,
respectful and humble guy.
He is very different to how he
plays the game. We get on well
and he is a nice guy.”
Yesterday, certainly, Brown
was subdued as he practised
on one of the more private
courts at the Aorangi complex
before emerging with his
famous dreadlocks – he has
not cut his hair for nine years
– tucked away in a bulging
tam to face his public.
Reluctantly. He spoke briefly
to a German TV station,
qualified her belief that
Konta could be a contender
to become the first British
woman to win Wimbledon for
40 years with a very emphatic:
“If she has the nerve.”
Vekic was showing no such
demons yesterday. Practising
in a T-shirt depicting tennis
balls flying over Tower Bridge,
the 21-year-old who spent a
large part of her youth in this
country under the tutelage of
David Felgate seemed right at
home.
“She
is
definitely
the
favourite,” Vekic said. “It
doesn’t matter that I beat her
in Nottingham, it was different
circumstances. I played very
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AGAINST AN OLD FRIEND...BUT IS WARY OF DREADLOCKED DUSTIN
Mr Nice Guy
Matthew
DUNN
REPORTS
10 seconds at most, but
brushed away the British
press with a “sorry guys”
before spending a few minutes
in the fan zone signing oversized
tennis
balls
and
programmes.
His big battle here –
possibly greater than trying
to topple the world No 1 on
Centre Court this afternoon –
is to convince people to take
him seriously.
It is only two years since
Brown blitzed Rafa Nadal off
the same stage in a 7-5, 3-6,
6-4, 6-4 victory. A fantastic
tennis achievement, and yet
the following day the coverage
Off court he’s
quiet, respectful
and humble
_ MURRAY ON BROWN
was all about how he has
spent three years driving
around Europe in a campervan
keeping
his
professional
tennis dream alive. It fitted
the stereotype better.
Contrary to appearances,
Brown would rather talk
about backhands and racket
tensions than Bob Marley
and reggae music.
His mind is very much on
his game, even when he
is asked whether taking
Murray’s scalp would mark
an even greater achievement.
“Depends how I play and
depends what happens,” he
said, pandering more to the
idiosyncrasies of his native
Germany than his cultural
roots in Jamaica.
“These are things I don’t
worry about because it hasn’t
happened yet. Like I said, I
just came off the court. I’m
trying to do my
press and
then
g o
DRINK IT
IN: Konta
has had
mixed
results in
recent
weeks
to the physio after and get
ready. Also in a few days I have
a doubles match I have to
prepare for. I’m going to speak
to my coach and see things
that were good and things
that weren’t good and try to
find a very good game plan for
the next match.”
As Murray says, Brown has
found a kindred spirit in
the Scot – although neither
will be going overboard.
“Although
I get
o n
well with
D u s t i n ,
and he’s a
great guy, I
doubt we will
be
stopping
halfway through
to discuss how it’s going,”
Murray joked tentatively.
He is serious, too, about
building on a positive start
and reaching the third round
– the bare minimum he has
achieved each year he has
been here.
By contrast, that would be
uncharted
territory
for
British No 4 Aljaz Bedene,
who plays Bosnia’s Damir
Dzumhur on No3 Court.
The pair are also friends,
to the extent the Sloveniaborn Bedene, who became
a British citizen in 2015,
lent Dzumhur some spare
kit for his first-round match.
Now they are opponents,
that sort of courtesy is gone,
of course.
“He has to give me my
shirts and shorts back in
time for our match, right?”
Bedene joked.
“Matches are a different
story. I wouldn’t say it’s
any
different
to
playing
anybody
else because I
will
have
to
stay focused on
myself, try to
be ready, and
try to be
100
per
cent.”
well in Nottingham, I had
a good rhythm and my
game was going less up
and down than usual.
“Maybe I will have
a chance in that
she will feel more
pressure
than
me, especially on
Centre Court. I
don’t have much to
lose. If I serve well, I will
have a chance.”
The pair have crossed
swords regularly. “I am not
going to say we are best friends
but we are friendly and she is
a very nice girl,” Vekic said.
“Did I see her getting to
the top 10? I cannot predict
WHAT A
RACKET:
Tomic
faked
injury to
call a
trainer
SO HOW DO YOU BEAT BROWN?
Tomic tanks
and owns up
to cheating
VOLLEY GOOD:
Brown has a lot
of success using
serve-and-volley
tactics
tennis. I could not predict
that.”
Heather Watson, who has
dropped 49 places since
entering Wimbledon as world
No53 last summer, faces 18th
seed Anastasija Sevastova
today with a chance to
re-establish her reputation.
“There’s been a change the
last couple months,” Watson
said. “I feel more settled. I’ve
just been enjoying my tennis a
lot more.
“I said a few weeks ago that
I feel like a run is bound to
come soon. I feel confident in
my game, that I’m playing well,
that it will click soon. I just
keep believing in that.”
BERNARD TOMIC
By Tony Banks
could be facing a heavy
completely honest. I
fine after admitting he
tried at the end, but it
cheated during his
was too late.”
first-round defeat by
Tomic was asked if he
Mischa Zverev.
would give up his
The controversial
£35,000 prize money but
Australian, who called a
angrily responded: “If
trainer to treat a
you ask Roger Federer
non-existent injury,
to give back $500million,
confessed he has lost all
would he do that? We all
motivation after nine
work for money. At 34,
years on the tour.
maybe I can donate to
Tomic, known as
charity. If you ask Roger
‘Tomic the Tank Engine’
if he’ll do it, I’ll do it. I
for the number of
still tried to go for it, I
retirements and
just got upset.
deliberate surrenders in
“I do feel a bit of guilt
a colourful career, was at
and maybe I could have
it again yesterday as he
played four or five sets,
lost 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 and
but he played well and I
seemed to give up
was playing terrible.”
towards the end of the
Tomic memorably
match.
Now he could be in
‘tanked’ to lose to
serious trouble with the
Jarkko Nieminen in the
International
Miami Open in
Tennis
2014 in just 28
Federation
minutes – the
after admitting
shortest match
he called the
in ATP Tour
trainer on to
history. “Many
treat a back
times in my
problem when
career I felt like
he was not
that,” said
actually
Tomic. “People
injured.
know that. I
Tomic, 24,
have done it a
revealed he was
lot, and paid
“bored” during ZVEREV: Victory the price. It’s
the match and
tough. I’m 24. I
came on tour at 16, 17. I
at one point seemed to
have been around and it
be nursing an injury,
feels like I am super old,
clutching his hip and
but I’m not.
calling for the trainer.
“It’s tough to find
But afterwards he
motivation. This is one
said: “I thought I’d try
of the biggest
to break a bit of
tournaments in the
momentum, use that as
world, but I just couldn’t
my strategy, because I
find anything. It’s
was playing very bad
happened to me a lot.
and feeling bad.
“It’s my choice. I don’t
“I tried to use
do the right work. I
something different to
don’t respect the sport.
slow him down. He was
Playing many years on
playing quick and
tour has taken its toll.
serving well. He is a very,
“I don’t feel like
very tough player.”
holding a trophy or
When asked if there
doing well. I couldn’t
was any problem with
care less if I make the
his back, Tomic said:
fourth round of the
“No. It was definitely a
US Open or lose in the
mental issue.
first round.
“I couldn’t find any
“I just can’t seem to
rhythm. I wasn’t
find the commitment to
mentally and physically
work hard, enjoy it and
there. I don’t know why,
lift trophies.”
but I felt bored, to be
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FAL-GUY:
Lions No8
Taulupe
Faletau
makes the
big jump at
Nevis river
LIONS HAVE BUNGLED SAY ALL BLACKS
THE All Blacks have questioned the
wisdom of the Lions’ decision to swap
training for bungee jumping and jet
boating ahead of Saturday’s series
decider.
While the world champions were
grafting in Auckland, the Lions were
letting their hair down in
Queenstown four
days out from the
Eden Park showdown. No 8 Taulupe
From Neil Squires in Queenstown
Faletau and Jack Nowell, who are both
likely to be involved in the third Test,
completed the highest bungee jump in
New Zealand, throwing themselves off
a 134m drop towards the Nevis River.
Team-mates went in a helicopter
over the snow-capped peaks of the
Remarkables mountain range while
others, including captain Sam
Warburton, were jetboating at 50mph
through narrow canyons or off-roading
in 4x4s.
“I’d rather be training, to be
honest, but jet boating in Queenstown
does sound good,” said All Blacks
flanker Jerome Kaino.
“If that’s what they think gets the
best out of their players, then good
on them. For us, we have got a lot of
improvements that we want to make
so we’re worried about what we want
to do.”
It is an unusual start to a Test
week but switching off was a recipe
that worked for Warren Gatland’s
Lions in Noosa four years ago ahead
of the decider against Australia.
Lions conditioning coach Paul
Stridgeon said: “We’ve run this
blueprint with Warren a couple of
TURN TO PAGE 51, COLUMN 6
Alex is
in but
Alexis
on way
Sagan thrown
out after race
smash horror
By Paul Brown
By Alasdair Fotheringham
ARSENAL have agreed
to smash their transfer
record to sign striker
Alexandre Lacazette as
Manchester City close in
on Alexis Sanchez.
Lacazette completed
a medical yesterday as
he tied up a move from
Lyon for a fee which
could reach £52 million,
eclipsing the
£42.5m
Arsenal
paid for
Mesut
Ozil.
The
26-yearold, who
scored 37
goals last
season and
has 11 France
caps, has agreed a
five-year deal and will
be Arsenal’s second
signing of the summer,
following left-back Sead
Kolasinac’s arrival on a
free transfer from
Schalke.
Arsenal won the race
to sign Lacazette,
above, after his move to
Atletico Madrid
collapsed when their
transfer ban was upheld.
But while the
spending will not stop
there for the Gunners,
they face losing
Sanchez, with City
confident they will get
their man.
Arsenal have made it
clear they do not want
to sell the unsettled
Chile striker to a
Premier League rival.
But with Bayern Munich
president Uli Hoeness
confirming yesterday
that Sanchez is too
TURN TO PAGE 50, COLUMN 3
MARK CAVENDISH was
forced to quit the Tour
de France last night with
a broken shoulder after a
crash which led to double
world champion Peter
Sagan being kicked out
of the race.
CAV THAT:
Sagan sends
Cavendish into
the barriers
TURN TO PAGE 49, COLUMN 2
CAV ELBOWED
OUT OF TOUR
Centre Court farce
JOHN
McENROE
has
accused players of damaging
the reputation of the sport
after Wimbledon’s Centre
Court programme descended
into farce yesterday.
Martin Klizan and Alexandr
Dolgopolov, opponents of
Novak Djokovic and Roger
Federer, retired from their
matches after pre-existing
injuries flared up. Five players
in total have now been forced
to retire from the first round.
With the boos of 15,000
people ringing in his ears
The
horrific
incident
happened in the sprint finish at
the end of stage four in Vittel
when Sagan lifted his elbow and
sent Cavendish hurtling into
the barriers.
The Briton spun into the road
and another rider ploughed
over him as he fell.
Yorkshire’s Ben Swift then
struck Cavendish’s front wheel
and
somersaulted
into
the ground. Swift recovered
but a bloodied Cavendish
Andy’s baby boost
By Matthew Dunn
after the entire men’s singles
programme lasted 83 minutes,
Federer said: “I feel for the
crowd. They are there to
watch good, proper tennis. At
least they saw the two of us,
who gave it all they had.”
But there was anger at
SW19 too as both men left
with loser’s cheques for
£35,000 after starting their
games, and McEnroe led the
calls for greater honesty from
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McENROE: Honesty needed
ANDY MURRAY has let slip
his second child is due to be
born before Christmas as he
prepares for today’s secondround clash with Dustin
Brown at Wimbledon.
The world No 1 revealed on
the eve of the Championships
that wife Kim, already mother
to 17-month-old Sophia, is
pregnant again.
Although the couple have
been coy about the exact
timing of the due date,
Murray had said he would not
go through the anxiety he
By Matthew Dunn
suffered in January 2016 of
travelling to Australia while
Kim was heavily pregnant.
But when asked whether
that would be an issue early
next year, with the Australian
Open scheduled to start on
January 15, he replied: “No,
the timing is safe!”
The defending champion
overcame worries about a hip
injury to beat Alexander
Bublik in the first round.
MURRAY FACES OLD FRIEND: P54-55
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