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SCREAMS: Big cat
Tiger kills
keeper in
zoo horror
A WOMAN zookeeper
let out a ?blood-curdling
scream? as she was mauled
to death by a tiger yesterday.
She was named locally as
Rosa King, 33, who doted on
the big cats at Hamerton
Zoo Park, Cambs.
Full story: Page 11
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15
MYSTERY: Abedi and bag
Bomber?s
suitcase
is hunted
PICTURES of Manchester
bomber Salman Abedi with
a suitcase hours before his
deadly attack were released
yesterday.
A ?distinctive? blue case
captured in the CCTV shots
is still missing, say police.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
...in 1946 Labour minister of food
John Strachey announced bread
was to be rationed, with the
biggest allowance going to
manual workers in heavy industry.
?There?s no doubt it was a girl?s
scream and something terrible
had happened,? Pete Davis at
Hamberton Zoo Park, Cambs,
where a keeper died yesterday.
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DONALD Trump?s
diplomatic skills have
been likened to a
?drunk tourist? by one
of his own officials.
The unnamed staffer
says the controversial
US president ?steps
on others without
realising it?.
The outburst came
after Trump infuriated
world leaders with his
stance on climate
change, taxes and
security during the
last leg of the G7
summit in Italy.
The Republican?s
views on global
warming ? which he
previously called a
?hoax? ? has caused
the biggest rift.
He has so far refused
to ratify the 2015 Paris
Agreement which
seeks to reduce global
carbon emissions and
reduce the speed at
which the planet is
heating up.
Six of the leading
seven nations agreed
to stick with the
commitment ? but
Trump said he needed
more time to decide if
the United States
would abandon the
accord.
He argues that US
emissions standards
are tougher than those
set by China, India
and others, and put
American businesses
at a disadvantage.
Oddie?s
hunting
outrage
ANIMAL welfare
veteran Bill Oddie
says it is ?ridiculous?
that fox hunting has
been put back on the
agenda.
His comments came
as protesters marched
through London.
Theresa May says
she will hold a free
vote on overturning
the ban.
But Bill compared
the possibility of
changing the law on
fox hunting to
changing speed limits
just because ?people
like driving fast?.
Six drop
Janner
actions
SIX men who accused
the late Lord Janner
of child sexual abuse
have dropped their
legal cases.
They were seeking
�illion from the
Labour peer?s estate.
Lord Janner?s family
say this means his
?reputation as a man
who devoted his life
to good has been
restored?.
They have always
protested his
innocence and claimed
he had been the
subject of an
?appalling injustice?.
Not so mature
THIS group of thrill-seeking Brits seem to be
?
having a Gouda time chasing a block of
cheese down a hill in Gloucestershire.
Dating back to the early 1800s, the annual
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cheese rolling race at Cooper?s Hill,
Brockworth, sees people race down a 200-yard
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TEZ AND JEZ
TV GRILLING
Leaders savaged by
rottweiler Paxman
THERESA
May
and
Jeremy
Corbyn both got
the
election
campaign grilling from hell on
TV last night.
They faced tough
questions from audience members ? and
then a savaging from
telly rottweiler Jeremy
Paxman.
Labour leader Corbyn
was quizzed on Northern
Ireland, nuclear disarmament, national security ?
and the content of his
party?s manifesto.
Duff
Paxo insisted there were
pledges that Corbyn just
did not believe in.
The interviewer roared: ?Getting rid of the
monarchy is not in the
manifesto, is it??
To applause, Corbyn
snapped back: ?It?s not in
there, because we are not
going to do it.?
He was quizzed separately from Theresa May
during a 90-minute Battle
for Number Ten special
LAUREN
? byCLARKE
on Sky News and
Channel 4. The harshest questioning seemed
reserved for Mrs May,
who had seven years in
government to defend, six
as Home Secretary.
Mrs May once said ?it?s
very
important
that
people can trust their
government? and Paxman went for the jugular.
He challenged her that
she had voted Remain
herself, and still thought
Brexit was a ?duff idea?.
She also a U-turn on
National Insurance, a cap
on social care bills. and
not having a General
Election until 2020.
Paxman snarled: ?If I
was in Europe, I would
think you are a blowhard
who collapses at the first
sign of gunfire.?
But Mrs May, confident
in a bright red suit,
assured him she would be
a ?difficult woman? and
take a tough stance with
the EU over Brexit.
Brexit talks begin 11 days
after the June 8 election.
lauren.clarke@dailystar.co.uk
**
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Abbi
AWESOME Abbi
?
has just come
back from the dry
heat of Dubai to find
her garden in full
bloom thanks to the
recent rain.
Not surprisingly,
the 23-year-old
beauty from Surrey
says she didn?t miss
the downpours one
little bit.
She complains
rain makes her
hair go all frizzy
? which is no good
when you need to
keep it straight for
photoshoots!
?
THE END: Ricky in series
?Tragic?
Brent is
finished
?
RICKY Gervais says he
cannot see David Brent
returning to the telly.
The Office show creator
has revealed he is done
with his most famous
comedy character as it
could upset viewers.
Golden Globe winner
Ricky feels that fans
may find the Slough
entertainer?s future too
bleak to watch.
Last year he released
film David Brent: Life On
The Road which followed
him on a UK music tour.
But Ricky said: ?It is a
bit on the edge of sad
versus comedy already.
?If we visit him at 60
and he is a rep trying to
be a rock star, I think it
might not be comedy, it
might be too tragic.?
New Big
Brother?s
in the
Big Buff!
STARS
Host Emma
? STEAMY:
Willis and the advert
With RUSSELL
GRANT P33
NAKED HOUSE SHOCK
BIG Brother has teased that the new series
could be the sexiest
ever with housemates
forced to strip off.
BUSHES: Stewart
SIR Rod Stewart has
admitted he takes a pee
in the grounds of his
mansion rather than
popping inside to use the
lavatory.
The 72-year-old rocker
revealed he liked weeing
?al fresco? in the garden
of his �illion Essex
mansion, which is set in
46 acres of woodland.
He said: ?When I walk
around my garden I
never go back to the
house. I pee in the
bushes.?
He also confessed that
he didn?t go to the pub
very often as he can now
handle only one pint of
beer. So he has switched
to white wine ? supping
three glasses a night.
Bosses last night promised
that it would be ?extremely
revealing? ? and a slow-motion advert showed blurry
images of men and women.
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
Sir Rod:
Wee are
ailing...
The figures can be seen preening themselves with some
appearing to be topless.
The cryptic teaser trailer has
left fans convinced they will be
watching contestants in their
birthday suits when the show
returns next Monday.
The move has also already
been slated as ?desperate?.
One viewer tweeted: ?I take it
was fired at a power station when
a routine drug test showed
opiates in his system and he
blamed poppy seeds in his toast.
Angela said: ?I?ve found myself
in a number of extraordinary
situations. But I never thought
I?d find myself taking a drugs
test ? let alone have it come back
positive.?
this means just the usual
desperate-to-be-famous people
who like to get attention by taking clothes off.?
Another ranted: ?I like quirky
not desperate.?
Bosses, however, remain
tight-lipped about the line-up
and plans for the series ahead
of the official launch.
Channel 5 have also waged
war on ITV2 rival Love Island
by launching the show on the
same evening.
Big Brother starts at 8.30pm
with Love Island half an hour
later and they will go head-tohead for viewers every night.
Harry?s babes: Page 17
lauren.clarke@dailystar.co.uk
Cloo wife ban
ANGELA FAILS ?DRUG TEST?
ANGELA Rippon tested positive
for morphine after eating poppy
seeds in a loaf of bread.
The experiment on Rip Off
Britain: Food came after a man
? by LAUREN CLARKE
SHOCK: Rippon
GEORGE Clooney was banned from his own
conference ? by his pregnant wife.
The actor, 56, co-founder of the Aurora
Prize, was due to hand it over to Dr Tom
Catena for his humanitarian work in Sudan.
But in a message to the bash in Armenia,
he said: ?If I came and my wife had twins
while I was away I could never come home.?
3
4
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
25 C UK set to hot up again after battering
WE?RE BOLTING
Blasts of
lightning
stun Brits
?
SHOCKING: A
woman takes a
tumble before baring
her bum, inset. Below,
a couple get frisky
and reveller is injured
? by LAUREN CLARKE
HEATWAVE conditions
will return after a battering from a bank holiday
lightning superstorm.
Temperatures could hit the
mid-20s by Thursday as it hots
up again for next weekend,
forecasters say.
More than 70,000 lightning bolts
rained down on Sunday night as
Brits woke up to a damp and dreary
Bank Holiday Monday.
Thousands of people were rocked
awake by what experts called an
?intense supercellular storm?.
Supercell storms are freaks of
nature which can spawn the killer
tornadoes which frequently hit
American Mid-West states.
Kent was the worst hit and the
storm also battered Canary Wharf
in east London.
TV and phone signals were
affected by the static from the
REVELLERS in Newcastle
?
showed off their wild
side as they made the most
of not having to go to work
yesterday morning.
They hit the city?s famous
Bigg Market to celebrate the
three-day weekend.
One party-goer put on a
cheeky show for passersby after hitching up her dress
and baring her bum.
And another couple were in
the mood for a PDA with an
open-air smooch.
Following last week?s
terror attack in
Manchester there were more
police on the streets, including
armed officers.
They were happy to chat with
members of the public and
pose for selfies but had to step
in and break up late-night
fights between drinkers.
?
Pictures: NORTH NEWS
?
?
lauren.clarke@dailystar.co.uk
Picture: ALAMY
Cheeky
does it
SHELTER: Girl takes cover
weather and some houses were
also hit by the bolts.
Hurricane-force 83mph wind buffeted ships in the English Channel
while hail the size of pound coins
hit near Newcastle and floods hit
Yorkshire and Scotland.
The Met Office?s Greg Dewhurst
said: ?Tuesday will start off grey
with temperatures around 22C
in the south and in the high
teens elsewhere.
?It is going to feel warm and
muggy as temperatures will still
be above average. High pressure
builds again on Wednesday.
?By Friday we expect highs back
into the mid 20Cs.
?Thundery outbreaks moved up
from France on Monday morning
with 60 thousand lightning strikes
recorded in the English Channel.?
Last week, Britain was hotter
than Kingston, in Jamaica.
The mercury peaked last Friday
at 29.4C in Lossiemouth, Moray, ?
breaking a 160-year-old record for
the hottest ever May 26, which had
stood at 29.3C.
A YOUNG dad-to-be who
drowned while cooling off at a
waterfall over the bank holiday
weekend has been named.
Dani Khan, 19, from Middlesbrough, whose wife Sonia Hussain
is pregnant, died after getting into
trouble at the Wain Wath Force in
the North Yorkshire Dales.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
5
from intense superstorm rocks homes 25 C
?
ZAP: Lightning
hits Canary
Wharf. Inset, satellite
image of where bolts
struck parts of the UK
WHO
ARE
YA?
WISH ROO
WERE HERE
WAYNE Rooney shows he still enjoys
?
life in the fast lane ? as wife Coleen
relaxes in a dazzling bikini on a
Caribbean beach.
The star couple made the most of the
blazing sunshine as they enjoyed their
holiday in Barbados with sons Kai, seven,
Klay, four, and Kit, one.
Football ace Wayne, 31, and Kai took
to the water with the help of locals,
including one wearing a Manchester
United shirt with Rooney?s name on
the back.
Meanwhile mum-of-three Coleen, 31,
showed off her toned abs and kept cool in
a camouflage two-piece.
Doting Wayne then took a break
from the sea to comfort tot Kit and
have some father-son time.
But the Liverpool-born star made sure
he stayed hydrated, sipping on a cold
beer in the sizzling
heat.
?
?
?
HOT: Sexy Coleen.
Wayne takes a break,
left, and comforts Kit
Pictures: MEGA
INTO HEATWAVE
6
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
+ MANCHESTER ATTACK:
OASIS BACK FOR
?
MAKING UP:
Liam and Noel
could end their
feud to play for
the bomb victims
Fans tell feud pair to
reunite and back city
? by JERRY LAWTON
OASIS could reunite at a
benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims.
Fans are calling for feuding
Noel and Liam Gallagher to
put aside their differences for
the sake of their city.
Relations have thawed between
the brothers since last week?s
Manchester
Arena
attack,
which killed 22 people.
Liam, 44, yesterday signalled
an end to hostilities by sending Noel a birthday message.
He tweeted: ?Happy 50th
rkid, stay young LG x.?
Tonight Liam will play his
first ever solo show at the O2
Ritz in Manchester, with all
proceeds going to a fund to
help victims of the atrocity.
Music industry bosses think
there is a good chance he will
appear with his brother at
Ariana Grande?s celebrity concert for the bomb families.
One insider said: ?There would
be no better display of unity
than them performing together.?
Fans begged the pair for a
reunion. Shaun Hirst tweeted:
?Reunite for a charity gig for Manchester seeing as you?re in a nice
kinda mood.?? Julian Message added: ?After what?s happened this
week, quality. Life?s too short.?
Ariana, 23, was devastated by the
atrocity after her gig but vowed to
perform at a fundraiser for the
victims as early as next week.
Promoters have pencilled in June
4 for the star-studded concert.
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
NOEL GETS 50 BUMPS:
?
BENEFIT:
Ariana
Grande is to
put on a starstudded show
PAGES 12-13
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
: WE?LL NEVER GIVE IN +
?MANC-AID?
THREE SETS OF
BROTHERS HELD
THREE sets of brothers were last night suspected of involvement
in the Manchester
Arena bombing.
Both bomber Salman
Abedi?s brothers have
been arrested.
IT expert Ismail, 23,
was detained in Manchester the day after
the atrocity and Hashim, 20, was arrested
in Libya.
It was revealed yesterday
that
chemical
engineering
student
Mohamed Werfalli, 20,
and his brother Yahya,
both pictured above,
have also been arrest-
Cops hunt the
bomber?s lost
blue suitcase
POLICE last night warned
the public not to approach a
missing suitcase that
Salman Abedi was carrying
just hours before he blew
himself up.
Counter terror officers
released CCTV pictures of
the terrorist lugging it
across Manchester city
centre.
But he did not take the
distinctive blue bag into
Manchester Arena.
His bomb was
stashed in a
rucksack.
And despite
more than 20
raids, police
have not
located the
case.
New CCTV
footage also
appears to
show the bomber
shopping in a Spar
store in central
Manchester before the
attack.
He strolls around the aisles
and buys almonds and tuna,
as well as scouring pads
and air fresheners.
Meanwhile police have
appealed for the public?s
help to find the missing
suitcase but warned them
not to go near it.
Det Chief Supt Russ
I M P O R TA N T
ASBESTOS
? by JERRY LAWTON
Jackson, from the North
West Counter Terrorism Unit,
said: ?If you have any details
about the suitcase we need
you to get in touch.
?We have no reason to
believe the case and its
contents contain anything
dangerous but would ask
people to be cautious.
?The public should not
approach the case if
they see it but
contact police
immediately on
999.?
Victoria
Station, near
the scene of
the blast, will
reopen later
today.
As more
raids were
carried out, police
activity also centred
around a tip beside the
M66, between Bury and
nearby Heywood. Officers
stood guard at the entrance
to the site and also at a
public footpath.
One worker wearing a
fluorescent orange coat
could be seen beside a man
in a white boiler suit who
was inspecting waste close
to a large digger sifting
through material.
ed. Like Abedi, they are
both British-born of
Libyan heritage and
were living in Manchester.
Police are also questioning Abedi?s cousin
Abderahman Forjani,
21, and his brother
Abdalla, 24.
A trainee Libyan pilot
was arrested yesterday
in a swoop at Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, 300 miles from the
scene of the suicide
bombing.
The suspect, named
locally as Aladine, was
the 16th person detained over the attack.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
KATE HUBBY?S
JORDAN BLAST
HOME TRUTHS: The pair
KATE Price?s husband
Kieran Hayler has admitted he hates it when
his wife drinks and said
she?s ?too old? for her Jordan alter-ego.
The former stripper gave
the interview on Loose
Women yesterday as part
of a bank holiday special
appearance with his wife.
But despite Kate sitting
beside him, Kieran, 30, did
not hold back.
He said: ?Kate is a different person when she
drinks. Jordan comes out.
? by LAUREN CLARKE
I fell in love with Katie. I
like the homely girl.
?The one that?s not going
out clubbing in a bikini ?
Jordan?s less and less out
there cos Kate?s getting
older ? she?s not a 21-yearold model any more. She?s
a mother of five.?
Earlier this month, Kieran secretly filmed Kate?s
son Junior, 11, wrestling a
bottle of vodka off her as
she went on an apparent
booze bender.
DON?T MISS
?
PALS: John
with Blue
Peter dog Shep
FORUM
Texts
and
jokes
THE PAGE YOU
WRITE: P21
SALES ARE DOWN
A SHOPPING centre had
to be closed after a sink
hole opened up in a
Primark store?s car park
in Thanet, Kent.
Farewell to
Blue Peter
legend John
KIDS? TV HERO DIES AT 83
TRIBUTES to John Noakes
flooded in last night as the
?best Blue Peter presenter
ever? died aged 83.
? by JOE COSHAN
memories. That is how his family would
like him remembered.?
Former Blue Peter presenter Konnie
He passed away peacefully at his Huq said: ?John Noakes. Best Blue Peter
home in Mallorca on Sunday morn- presenter ever. RIP. So Sad.?
ing after a long battle with AlzheimHer former co-host Katy Hill added:
er?s disease.
?Saddest news about the legendary John
His family issued a statement saying: Noakes who inspired me to want to
?His many escapades with his faithful present Blue Peter & do everything he
companion Shep during his time with did! The best!?
Blue Peter will live on in many people?s
John joined the show in 1965 after
training in the RAF and
left in 1978, making him
the show?s longest serving presenter.
The
Yorkshire-born
star is remembered as
an action man who
scaled ladders to reach
the top of Nelson?s Column without a harness.
Another
memorable
encounter was with a
baby elephant called
Lulu, who used the studio floor as a lavatory.
Telly host Piers Morgan tweeted: ?Blue Peter
legend & a positive influence for so many kids
my age as we grew up.?
news@dailystar.co.uk
SHOW TIME: John and the infamous baby elephant
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
APOLOGY: Alex Cruz
I?m not
quitting
insists
BA chief
BRITISH Airways boss
Alex Cruz yesterday
insisted he would not
resign over the airline?s
IT meltdown.
Mr Cruz said he was
?profusely sorry? after
thousands of passengers
endured a weekend of hell
as BA cancelled hundreds
of flights.
But he claimed the
disruption was down to a
power surge and faulty
back-up system, not
cost-cutting.
Mr Cruz, 51, denied that
axing highly skilled
British IT staff and
replacing them with
low-cost overseas
workers was a
factor.
The Spanish boss
said: ?I can
confirm that all
the parties
involved around
this particular
event have not
been involved in
any type of
outsourcing in any
foreign country.?
But Mick Rix, from the
GMB union, asked: ?Why
didn?t the back-up kick in?
Basically because there?s
been an absolute brain
drain out of the company.?
Around 75,000 passengers
were affected across 170
airports in 70 countries.
There was chaos at
Heathrow and Gatwick on
Saturday as all BA flights
were cancelled.
Meanwhile, hotels near
the London airports cashed
in on stranded passengers
by inflating room prices
from �0 to nearly �0.
GOLF STAR TIGER IN
DRINK-DRIVE ARREST
Bleary-eyed
ace held by
cops at 3am
?
FALL-OUT:
Tiger winning
The Open in 2005.
Right, after his
arrest yesterday
? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
TIGER Woods was arrested yesterday on suspicion
of drink-driving.
The former World No 1 golfer
was charged after being detained by police at around 3am in
Jupiter, Florida.
FROM THIS
A photo of the 41-year-old later
emerged, with him looking blearyeyed.
Woods was booked into a local jail
and released on bail without being
required to pay a bond a few hours
later, according to the Palm Beach
County Sheriff?s Office.
The news emerged just a week
after he vowed he was not going to
retire from the sport, despite
undergoing back surgery for a fourth
time in April.
He said: ?I want to say unequivocally, I want to play professional
golf again. Presently, I?m not looking ahead.
?I can?t twist for another two-and-ahalf to three months. Right now, my
sole focus is rehab and doing what
the doctors tell me. I am concentrating on short-term goals.?
TO THIS
Played
Woods, who for a long period was
the world?s highest paid sportsman,
last played in the Dubai Desert Classic in February but withdrew after a
first-round 77.
His recent lack of form has seen
him fall down the world rankings
to 878.
At 21, he became the youngest person, and first non-white player to win
the Masters in 1997, less than a year
after turning pro.
His idyllic life seemed complete
when he married Swedish model
Elin Nordegren and the pair had
two children.
However his marriage collapsed in
late 2009 when stories appeared in
the media claiming that Woods had
an affair with New York City nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel.
Two days later he was treated for
minor facial wounds after crashing
his car and received a ticket for careless driving.
The pair divorced, with Elin being
awarded a reported settlement of
�million.
After the divorce several more
woman, including prostitutes, came
forward, claiming that they had slept
with Woods.
?
DIVORCE:
With Elin and
daughter Sam in
2007 and, right,
the crashed car
My type
of class
TOUCH-typing is back on
the school timetable for
computer whiz-kids.
Brighton College, a top
independent school, is to
introduce lessons.
Deputy headteacher Leah
Hamblett said pupils lack
the most basic computer
skill of all ? how to type.
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
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Driven
mad by
sat-nav
DRIVERS are using
sat-navs even for routes
they drive every day.
A study of 2,000 drivers
by new black cab app
mytaxi revealed a quarter
of motorists use the
devices for journeys they
used to make without any
help at all.
The research found
three-quarters of drivers
now use sat-navs most of
the time and over half of
respondents revealed they
barely pay attention to
road signs.
But sat-navs have left
some drivers in a spot of
bother. One man spent an
hour circling Manchester
Airport trying to find a
Burger King that was
shown as 100 metres
away ? before realising
the restaurant was in
the terminal.
And a barmy BMW driver
failed to stop when a road
ended and drove straight
into the River Taf in
Carmarthenshire after
blindly following his
sat-nav.
Mytaxi boss Andy Jones
said: ?Sat-nav technology
is a huge help to many
people, but it is not flawless
and the results can be both
frustrating and comical.?
CORPSE FOUND
A HEADLESS body was
found near a pier yesterday.
Police are searching for the
man?s skull after the grim
discovery at Deal, Kent.
2 BRITS HELD OVER
COSTA CAR
RAMPAGE
Baby among 8 injured in horror
Pictures: SOLARPIX
10
? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
TERRIFIED holidaymakers were mowed down
at a party resort by a
British driver allegedly
high on cocaine.
Eight people ? including a
seven-week-old baby ? were hurt
in the horror.
?
AGONY: Tourists
help an injured
victim as he lies
on the pavement
Tourists leapt into bushes and
behind trees as the Audi SQ7
ploughed into pedestrians.
Police said the drama in Puerto
Banus, Marbella, followed an ?altercation? at a club.
The driver is said to have targeted
people he had been arguing with
moments earlier.
The 28-year-old and his British
passenger, 29, were arrested
after crashing following a highspeed chase along the resort?s Golden Mile.
Witnesses told how they ?feared
they would die? in the incident on
Sunday night.
One said: ?I was lying in the
middle of the ground. I thought I
was going to die.
?I saw two people get hit and
heard at least another six hit. It
?
MAYHEM: Wreckage
after crash following
high-speed chase
came out of nowhere.? The driver is
believed to have been kicked out of
the Spanish resort?s famous Ocean
Club following a fight.
The club ? which was hosting its
annual champagne party ? is
popular with celebrities and football stars.
In footage of the rampage, one
woman overlooking the scene
shouts ?get away? as the 4x4 screeches around the pedestrianised area.
Another can be heard screaming
?get him? and ?get away?.
After the onslaught six people,
including the tot, needed hospital
treatment. One is thought to have a
broken leg and another a possible
fractured pelvis.
The baby is not thought to be
seriously hurt.
Last night, a police source said the
driver had tested positive for
alcohol and cocaine.
They added: ?The man believed to
be a passenger in the car tested
positive for cannabis.?
The pair, who remain in custody,
are expected in court today.
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
BEAUTY: Snowdon
Visitors
have hit
a peak
PANIC AS BIG CAT
KILLS ZOOKEEPER
?
DEADLY: A
tiger. Right,
zoo worker Rosa
ONE of Britain?s most
loved mountains is now
so busy it is being
compared to Manchester?s
Piccadilly station.
So many walkers and
climbers head for Mount
Snowdon there are fears
footpaths are being
damaged.
Thousands of visitors
clamber up the tallest
mountain in Wales at
weekends. More than
600,000 people are expected
to visit this summer.
One walker said: ?I come
here from Manchester for
a bit of peace and quite
? but find this path busier
than Piccadilly station at
rush hour.?
Mair Huws, head of
wardens at Snowdonia
National Park, said: ?It?s
excellent so many local
people as well as visitors
enjoy coming to Snowdon.
?It?s a fantastic place to
experience the stunning
scenery of Snowdonia,
keep fit and healthy and get
away from the pressures of
day-to-day life.?
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It has made a �,000
donation to the popular
Sunderland mascot?s
campaign fund.
Bradley?s family, from
Blackhall, Co Durham,
issued a photo showing
him smiling at home.
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Screams as tiger turns on girl
? by AGNES KEGL
A
ZOOKEEPER
was
mauled to death by a
tiger yesterday.
The beast attacked the
female worker inside its enclosure as onlookers reported a
?blood-curdling scream?.
Visitors to the wildlife park were
evacuated with one witness describing scenes of ?total panic?.
Guests including children sprinted for the exits after workers urged
them to run.
The bank holiday horror unfolded at Hamerton Zoo Park near
Sawtry, Cambs.
Shouting
Last night, the keeper who died
was named in unconfirmed local
reports as Rosa King, 33.
A relative said: ?She loved those
animals and was absolutely at
home with them. It?s tragic.?
Visitor Pete Davis, 55, heard a
scream after a female keeper made
her way into the tiger enclosure.
He thought she may have been
called to help a colleague.
Mr Davis said: ?There?s no doubting it was a girl?s scream. It sounds
like a tiger turned on her.
?She had run into the enclosure
after hearing one of her colleagues
shouting and moments later all
hell let loose.
?She let out a blood-curdling
scream and then another keeper
ran out and shouted ?run?.?
Mr Davis added: ?There were
SHUT: A notice outside the zoo after the tragic incident
keepers rushing about throwing
about buckets of meat to try and
get the tigers under control.
?They ushered us away but you
could see the keepers with their
heads in their hands.?
Police and an air ambulance were
called to the scene.
Few details of the ?serious incident? have been revealed but
officials denied reports a tiger had
been on the loose at any time.
They insisted no members of the
public were injured or in danger.
A spokesman for Cambridgeshire
Police said last night: ?A tiger had
entered an enclosure with a keeper. Sadly the female zookeeper died
at the scene. At no time did the ani-
mal escape from the enclosure.?
Hamerton Zoo Park wildlife park
has 500 animals from more than
100 different species, including
lemurs, cats and birds.
The zoo is home to several big
cats including at least one Malaysian tiger and three white tigers.
On its official Twitter account,
there are pictures of Blizzard, a
white Siberian tiger, and Cicip, a
Malaysian tiger.
A zoo statement read: ?Our staff
are too distressed to speak to the
media as one of our colleagues was
killed this morning. This appears
to have been a freak accident. The
park will be closed from today.?
news@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
CLEAN GETAWAY
WHEN pop stars just can?t get a flight Depeche
Mode come to the rescue.
Clean Bandit almost didn?t make it to
Radio 1?s Big Weekend on Sunday because of
the British Airways IT meltdown.
Depeche, who had a hit with Just Can?t Get
Enough, play the London Stadium on
Saturday lent the Rather Be band their
private jet to get them to Hull in time.
Fresh from Tokyo, Jack Patterson told
me: ?We?ve been eating live squid... it was
so sad as it was alive when it was right in
front of us.?
FIFTH Harmony?s
new single as a quartet
is only three sleeps
away. Titled Down, it?s
the first song off their
third album and arrives
two weeks after former
member Camilla
Cabello?s debut failed
to crack the Top 40.
One for the
r oadie
WORLD
WAVING the flag for rock ?n?
roll, Blossoms haven?t had a
sober day in 18 months.
The Manchester lads partied all
bank holiday after rocking Old Trafford, then drove over to Hull for the
Big Weekend.
Singer Tom Ogden told me: ?We?ve
just become so used to it, you?re just in a
haze like all the sudden it?s acceptable to
drink on a f***ing Tuesday, and then a
Wednesday and then a Thursday.
?I worked out the other day we have
drunk every day now for the last 18
months. It?s just that f***ing rock ?n?
roll lifestyle!? At least one new band
are enjoying themselves!
BOYZ SET
TO TOUR
LOOKS like the
Boyzone 25th
anniversary is on.
The quartet have been
teasing plans for 2018,
but they couldn?t wait
until then so will play
shows this summer too.
Details are still
sketchy but the chaps
said: ?Plans are being
hatched for new music
and lots of touring
throughout the year.
?But next year still
seems a long way off so
in case you can?t wait,
the Boyz are hitting the
road this summer.?
Picture: REX SHUTTERSTOCK
Endured
Growing up in Stockport meant their
Manchester gig was extra special,
particularly after the week the city has
endured with the terror attack.
?The gig with the Courteeners was one
of the best gigs we?ve done,? said Tom.
?We don?t get much time at home but
Manchester supports its own, we get a lot
of love from the city and we always
support them.?
Blossoms aren?t just into rock ? they
teamed with Chase & Status for new
single This Moment and love Little Mix:
?We are proud to be Mixers. We started
recording last week. We want to experiment with synth sounds and drum
loops on this album.?
They are pumped to hear two Manc
legends are back too: ?We are
excited for Noel and Liam
Gallagher?s music. ?It?s not all
about who writes the songs. If
you have charisma it don?t really
matter, a lot of songwriters
aren?t performers.?
? Blossoms support Stone
Roses at Wembley next month.
13
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
JAMES CABOOTER?S
Picture: REDFERNS
with SAM MAYERS
REALITY telly
?
worlds
continue to collide
thanks to Lottie
Moss.
Kate?s little
sister has been
frolicking on the
set of The Only
Way Is Marbs with
best pal Emily
Blackwell ? herself
a star of rival show
Made In Chelsea.
Lottie, who has
been seeing MIC
star Alex Mytton, also
joined Marbella
restaurant promoter
Valentine Sozbilir
for a splash in
the sea.
Free drinks
all round I
suspect.
Dua?s duet
a pure delight
HOT TIE
LOT TIE
?
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Pictures: GETTY
DUA Lipa might just be the best connected new pop star
on the planet. Fresh from storming the Radio 1 Big
Weekend stage with Sean Paul, the Londoner can?t wait to
unleash her Chris Martin collaboration Homesick.
Dua spilled: ?It was surreal to sit at the piano with him.
He?s so distinctive in the way he works ? the second
he sits down and is playing piano, you?re like: ?S*** that?s
Coldplay!??
The star?s long-delayed debut album finally drops this
Friday, and Dua said: ?The songs I?ve chosen for this
album are a lot about love, and loss and heartbreak.
?As a debut album, it?s really who I am as an
artist and a person. I felt it
was right to name it after
myself, without it being
weird.?
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STARS MAKE
NOEL SH AK E
NOEL Gallagher made the most of his extended bank
holiday with his 50th birthday celebrations.
He threw star-studded bash on Friday where Damon
Albarn, Bono and Madonna were among those
toasting his longevity.
The following day the party continued at a stately
home where friends ? including Stone Roses star
Mani, DJ Mike Pickering and Hurts? Theo
Hutchcraft ? gave Shakermaker writer Noel the
bumps. 50 bumps has gotta hurt...
NICE NIALL
NAILS IT
SUPERMODEL Naomi
Campbell ran the
Moscow Naked Heart
Foundation marathon
on Sunday to raise
funds for children with
disabilities and their
families with fellow
model Natalia
Vodianova.
WORLD
NIALL Horan
reminded us
why he?s the
nicest 1D
member.
After
singing
Slow
Hands on
US TV?s
Today
show he
delved into One
Direction classics.
Niall told fans who
camped overnight:
?We can have a bit
of a singalong.?
GOT A STORY? Call us on 020 8612 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
15
Matt plans naughty TV stunt
STRESS: Young
Why Will
legged
it from
Strictly
SINGER Will Young
suffered so badly from
post-traumatic stress that
he wanted to break his leg
so he could pull out of
Strictly Come Dancing.
The 38-year-old star quit
the BBC dance show for
?personal reasons? last
October amid rumours he
had fallen out with his
dance partner and the
show?s judges.
But Will revealed he had
actually been suffering
with symptoms of post
traumatic stress disorder.
He said: ?I was really ill.
I was dragging myself to
rehearsals.
?I just couldn?t do it any
more. It was so bad I
thought about breaking
my leg.
?I didn?t want to say I am
quitting because of PTSD
because I didn?t want to
use it as fodder.?
The singer, who was
diagnosed with PTSD in
2012, had already spent a
fortune on therapy ? which
included seeing a shaman.
Will explained: ?I?ve
probably spent at least half
a million quid on therapy.?
He claims his PTSD was a
result of keeping his
homosexuality a secret,
being bullied at school and
also being separated from
his twin brother at birth.
Magician: I will
make Amanda?s
dress disappear
? by PETER DYKE
BRITAIN?S Got Talent
magician
Matt
Edwards has teased
he can make Amanda Holden?s dress
vanish.
He says the TV judge will
be flashing even more
flesh than normal if he
gets the chance.
Amanda is notorious for
stealing the show every year
in the live semi-finals by
flaunting her nipples in figure-hugging outfits. She has
even joked they are so famous
they ought to get an agent.
Now TV wizard Matt reckons he can do one better.
He says he has the power
to make her frock completely disappear.
The magician ? who is
BGT hosts Ant and
Dec?s Golden Buzzer
act ? joked: ?I could
make it disappear.
without a shadow of
a doubt.?
However, Matt admits he might need
to use his charms to
perform the trick on
Amanda rather than
STAR
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John Philips
thinks he has grown
the UK?s tallest garden
flower ? a 14ft echium
pininana. John, 68,
from Ilfracombe,
Devon, said: ?It?s
magnificent.?
?
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Amanda?s frock vanish
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BRITAIN is becoming a
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More drinkers are taking
up ale-tasting rather than
wine as the boom in craft
beers continues.
The New World Trading
Company revealed a 50%
increase in sipping classes.
The firm?s Kieran
Hartley said beer was
?an increasingly serious
subject?.
He said wine had been
?the connoisseur?s drink in
recent years? but this
?injustice? had ?slowly
unravelled.
He added: ?Even the
common drinker cannot
ignore the huge change in
how beer is talked about,
served and enjoyed.?
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sleight of hand. He laughed:
?I?d use a bottle of tequila
and we might go for a nice
meal and then it would just
come off ? as we are sat in
McDonald?s.?
Matt wants to include either
Ant or Dec in his act. He said:
?I?m not sure if it will be allowed. But I want to get one
of them on stage with me.
?It?s such a special feeling
knowing they picked me as
their Golden Buzzer act.?
If Matt wins, he will not
only get a �0,000 cash prize
but also a slot on The Royal
Variety Performance like his
magic heroes Wayne Dobson
and Tommy Cooper.
In last night?s first semifinal mentalists DNA and
singer Kyle Tomlinson were
voted into Sunday?s final.
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Boy, 12, in
knife quiz
A BOY aged 12 has been
arrested after a man was
threatened with a knife.
The victim, in his late
teens, was walking through
a park when he was
allegedly punched in the
face by the boy, who kicked
him to the ground in
Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Heavens...
a flying nun
A NUN raised more than
�000 for a homeless
charity by taking part in a
sky dive.
Sister Clare Knowles, of
the Franciscan Missionary
Sisters of Littlehampton,
West Sussex, said: ?I had a
wonderful time. I?m sorry
it was over so quickly.?
BOOZE-BUSTER COP IS
AXEDOffiFOR
D&D
SHAME
cer nicked over his ?drink-drive? girlfriend
? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
A
POLICEMAN
who
helped fight boozy violence in pubs has been
sacked for being drunk
and disorderly.
Gordon Underwood was
arrested after colleagues tried
to arrest his girlfriend on
suspicion of drink-driving.
two sergeants and a Pc who went
to her home in Hull.
Underwood, 39, who worked in
Humberside Police?s licensing
section, appeared in court before
being booted off the force.
The city?s magistrates fined
him �0 after he admitted being
21
A court heard he obstructed
drunk and disorderly and
obstructing the police.
Acting Chief Constable Garry
Forsyth said: ?He fell far short of
the standards that are required
of a police officer.?
Underwood previously had a
spotless police record and had
been a leading figure in the
campaign to crack down on
violence in pubs and improve
public safety in Hull city centre
bars by using plastic glasses.
But solicitor Sarah Middleton
told the disciplinary hearing last
week that he admitted breaching
official standards of professional
behaviour. She added: ?The public have a right to expect high
standards from officers. His convictions undermines public confidence in the police. His conduct
amounts to gross misconduct.?
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INTERVIEW: The mag
William
vows to
let kids
breathe
17
LOVE ISLAND BATTLE
OF HARRY?S BABES
Prince pair in
telly face-off
PRINCE William does
not want his son
growing up ?behind
palace walls?.
He has pledged to
make sure both his
youngsters have
?normal? childhoods.
He revealed: ?I want
George to grow up
in a real, living
environment.
?I don?t want him
growing up behind
palace walls, he has to
be out there.
?I will fight for them
to have a normal life.?
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children in a happy,
stable, secure world
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important to both of
us as parents.?
He also said it had
taken him 20 years to
begin to get over the
death of his mum
Princess Diana, who
died in August 1997.
He said he was ?in a
better place now? than
ever before.
But he added that it
had taken 20 years of
grieving to come to
terms with the
heartbreaking loss.
He said: ?I can talk
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LOVE Island is set for a royal
rumpus with two of Prince
Harry?s ex-lovers on the show.
One is telly host Caroline Flack,
who dated him in 2009.
She claimed they bonded immediately
after meeting in a club as they had both
just gone through break-ups.
And the other is former Miss Edinburgh
Camilla Thurlow, who was spotted canoodling with the prince three years ago and
was whisked off to St Tropez with him.
The 27-year-old, from Dumfries, admits:
?I?ve definitely had my heart broken.?
A show source added: ?It?s quite unique
to have two ex-girlfriends of a prince on
one show.?
Love Island starts on Monday and bosses are hoping for as much sex as last year.
Caroline teased about the X-rated scenes
saying: ?I don?t feel prudish. I have a bit
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This year?s line-up also includes Marcel
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He joked: ?I feel like I?ve got much
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Others are dancer sexy Amber
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Montana Brown who has dated
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Essex barber Kem Cetinay.
There are six girls and five
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l Love Island will run for
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DAD SHOT DEAD
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HORROR: James
Horner, and police
in the car park
A DAD was shot dead
in front of hundreds of
horrified shoppers as he
tried to shield his threeyear-old son.
A cold-blooded hitman pumped
between four and six shots into
James Horner, 35, in broad daylight in a crowded supermarket
car park.
As the final shot floored him, witnesses said he held out his hand to
protect the screaming youngster. He
died in hospital shortly afterwards.
Detectives believe the ?hugely
barbaric? shooting in Bangor, Co
Down, on Sunday was linked to a
long-running loyalist feud.
The Police Service of Northern
Ireland revealed James had recently
fled to Bangor.
He was hoping to start a new life
away from the paramilitary in his
home town of Carrickfergus, Co
Antrim. He was known to be close
to Geordie Gilmore, a loyalist who
was shot dead in March as part of
an internal battle within the Ulster
Defence Association.
Det Supt Richard Campbell said
there could have been hundreds of
witnesses to the killing.
The Sainsbury?s car park where it
took place had been thronged with
bank holiday shoppers at the time
of the attack.
He added: ?He was approached by
a single gunman, we believe.
?His three-year-old son was in the
car and was immediately beside his
father when he was shot dead. So it
was a hugely barbaric act.?
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May?s refusal to do
TV debate is a farce
theresa may is a joke by sending
?
someone else to stand in for her in
the leaders debate. She knows she
open. Remember lazy cheryl we taxpayers are paying for people like you. LAZY
COW. ANNE WOLVES
So paedo vanessa george may somedoesn?t have what it takes to be pm, and
time learn a career. Methinx it?s 4
she?s scared the public will see her
floundering like she does in parlia- ?How 2 become an inmate in a lunatic
asylum?. Ockaye
ment. maggie
So Amber Rudd will represent the
all the people stranded in airports
Conservatives in a live BBC elecwould have got no compensation if
tion debate on Wednesday. Is this a joke. we were out ov the eu. Nicky
If trump said to china stop buying
Surely May should explain her own
n.korean coal, which is n. korea?s
manifesto. BA
tory candidates down our way are biggest earner, he could get US miners
like their leader theresa may back to work as he promised and cut
running scared to debate with other the finance to n. korea?s nucleur procandidates of other partys and the gramme. TWO BIRDS ONE STONE
isn?t it lovely prince harry can look
public, maybe they can sense their day
for a property when he don?t have a
of reckoning is nigh, that the public
have cottoned onto their guilt of what job, the tax payers have to work to keep
their party has done to make life hell him in his lifestyle he is used to. They
for the rest of us struggling to make haven?t got a clue how the working class
are living day to day. katie
ends meet. yasmin. doncaster
Bank holiday monday: They
rooneys �0k donation 2 the m/c
brought back The GOON SHOW for
appeal is a insult! he earns �milone night only channel 4 8.30pm, lion a yr! is he sayin peoples lives r
starring Corbyn and May. col
worth less than 1 visit 2 a casino? j.
MP ABBOT on Andrew Marr show, donnelly, marple
Meghan Markle must be
changed her hair style, BUT not
her views on terrorists groups. She
one hell of an actress.
does not have the British
Anyone smiling their way
people or our Country at
through boring polo matches
& family functions deserves
heart. MOGGIE CAT
It strikes me the
an oscar. Den, Perth
Tories are running
Ryan Freeth 27, gets
ho
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4 years for mowing
scared. If all they can
ate
I saw my m b shop
down
66 year old Leslie
throw at the Labour
runs a kebam how it
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by 2022. Disgraceful.
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i was a loyal labour
Watch out Wordsley citosbo
mily
dog and fa
voter for all my life.
izens. Cazza, Hull
enfield
But having watched courJust realised why I
byn and abbott on tv this
can?t get a job. It?s bemorning makes me certain to
cause I am trustworthy, honest
vote tory on 8th june. To make exand reliable. Others call it ?whistlecuses for the murder of kids is sick. I blowing?. Let lives be put at risk, cheats
hope the people who want to vote labour get away with cheating and most importantly bullies get away with making
read corbyn?s history. Percey telford
labour?s diane abbott could be one lives miserable in work place. Rememof the best ever bookings for im a ber whatever you are told at school
celeb or celeb big brother. ann
about getting a job is total bulls***. You
Diane Abbot wouldn?t know which are on your own in this world, totally.
way a lift was going if you gave her Richard Head
watching the Hull big weekend festwo guesses! Mooseman
Corbyn and Sturgeon joining forces
tival ? never seen so many crap
in a coalition government ? god bands with crap songs and singers who
help our country. GRAFTER
can?t sing a note. joe
It didn?t take Hungary two minutes
What bright spark decided that
to kick Nick Griffin out of their
meat should be eaten off a wooden
country as a threat to National Security. board. Wood is porous it soaks up the
How come the UK can?t do the same fat and gravy. Once it?s soaked up things
with all the undesireables who are a you just can?t wash it out. So it is unhythreat to OUR security? KC LEEDS
gienic! Stop it! Farouk Crosshill
Sorry lazy mom cheryl prudham
My friend keeps saying ?Cheer up
but the government does not create
things could be worse, you could be
benefits for you. You can work you just in an underground hole full of water? I
choose not to, and by keeping your legs think he means well. FUNKY LEVEN
?
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Hope Sir Cliff donates his
?
payout to Manchester Police
and emergency services. Emma
So Sir Cliff Richard has suc?
cessfully sued South Yorkshire police for � over the fact
that they tipped off the BBC about
the raid on his house. Doesn?t he
realise just how cash strapped the
emergency services are? Surely
someone like him could have been
forgiving and accepted a humble
apology? LEO F
A poll has found Brits carry
1500 of technology. Ones i see
carry 1500lbs of junk food. Looks
like a jelly tsunami. Alan T
David Walliams at it again
dropping his trousers ?Look
at me I?m here? Granada, get shut
of this horrible man. ANNE
FIELD
Chop Shop: There?s no way
I?d drive any of Leepu &
Bernie the gob Fineman?s cars.
They chop parts that shouldn?t
be touched. Very dangerous.
SCOUSE
Woman in california marries
train station! she?s gone of
the rails, next stop the asylum.
AL
2 elderly gentlemen are sat on
a parkbench. One of them
looks at his watch and says
Arthur, its ten to two. The wife
should be on the plane now. Is she
going away then? No, she?s taking
half an inch off the back door.
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own career.?
Having now started his own
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moved to the north east he now helps
out at the charity New Foundations in
Kendal, Cumbria.
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all sorts of odd jobs, planing doors and
fixing things.?
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Simon is keen to show there are other careers in
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knows working in a vital health department means
his work is always important.
He says: ?I upgraded all the surgical air plants
and power in four new theatres. You can have the
odd sleepless night, but at the end of the day you
know all your work is extremely crucial which is
very rewarding.?
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tender age of 14.
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business is building
customer relationships on
Facebook and Instagram
and he has even taken
on an apprentice to help
young people follow his
entrepreneurial lead.
He says: ?I love being my
own boss. We do a bit of
everything. We recently did
a lot of work at a house in
Alderley Edge. Who should
walk out next door but
Andrew Cole, the former
United striker.
?As a big United fan it
meant a lot that he said he
liked our work and we got a
photo with him!?
FEW contenders walk a longer road to
success than Wesley, who now lives in
Reading.
Originally from Zimbabwe,
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standards, even though he
had years of experience
abroad.
Plus he?s also faced
mastering our weather
and unique sense of
humour. Working
80-hour weeks, Wesley
began his career as a
brickie but soon
discovered his own
passion for plumbing.
He says: ?I?m really
proud of my 9/10
rating from customers
and the Thank You
cards I get. I think it?s
vital to be organised
and keep my van fully
stocked so I don?t have
to run out while on the
job to get items.
?Customers really
appreciate that.?
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ALL THE TOP
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with PETER DYKE and ED GLEAVE
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Tom?s sunny
outlook wins
TOMASZ Schafernaker
has been voted the
nation?s
favourite
weather presenter.
The BBC meteorologist came tops in a poll
by RadioTimes.com.
But we?re wondering
if it?s because of the
way
he
predicts
sunshine and storms ?
or more because he
once stripped off for
Attitude magazine and
loves showing his toned
body on Instagram.
Tomasz ? who beat off
competition from Carol
Kirkwood and even the
late Ian McCaskill ?
said of the accolade:
?I?m really flattered.?
Last December he was
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He is trying to get it on with Belle
Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper).
In a bid to make her jealous,
viewers will see him flirt with
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this week.
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BBC One
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (W)
9.15 Countryfile Spring Diaries
Margherita Taylor visits Devon?s first
commercial tea plantation. (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Properties in Kent, Nottinghamshire
and Birmingham. (AD) (W) (S)
11.00 Rip Off Britain: Food
Investigating raw meat packaging. (W)
11.45 Money for Nothing
Entrepreneur Sarah Moore transforms
and then sells three things about to
be dumped at a tip. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt From Epsom
Racecourse in Surrey. (AD) (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather (S)
1.45 Doctors Rob and Karen struggle
to cope with baby Marnie. (AD) (W)
2.15 !mpossible Gameshow. (W) (S)
3.00 Escape To The Country
Ginny Buckley helps a married
Worcestershire couple find their ideal
rural property for a �0k budget. (S)
3.45 Yes Chef Culinary challenge
hosted by Sheree Murphy. (W) (S)
4.30 Put Your Money Where Your
Mouth Is Jonty Hearnden struggles
to make a purchase, while James
Braxton spends half his budget on just
one item, as the antiques experts do
battle at an auction in Dorset. (R) (W)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show, presented
by Alexander Armstrong. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S)
6.55 Party Election Broadcast
holby city:
Mo makes a
heart-wrenching
decision when
a personal
emergency
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BBC Two
6.00 Flog It! Trade Secrets
The experts revisit their most
popular furniture finds. (R) (W) (S)
6.30 Rip Off Britain: Food
Topical reports and investigations
about food and drink. (R) (W) (S)
7.15 Yes Chef Return of the culinary
challenge, hosted by Sheree Murphy.
8.00 Sign Zone: Great American
Railroad Journeys Michael Portillo
continues along the Upper Mississippi
to Red Wing, Minnesota. (AD) (R) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
12.00 Daily Politics (W) (S)
1.00 The Super League Show
Tanya Arnold presents action from the
latest two rounds of fixtures. (W) (S)
1.50 Countryfile (AD) (R) (W) (S)
2.15 Red Rock Repercussions from
past events lead to an ill-advised
liaison and an evacuation of the
Garda station. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
3.00 Hairy Bikers? Best Of
British Si King and Dave Myers
continue their culinary journey. (R) (W)
3.45 Elephant Diaries (R) (W) (S)
4.15 Pilgrimage With Simon
Reeve (AD) (R) (W) (S)
5.15 Antiques Road Trip
Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon
start the second day of their trip. (R)
6.00 Debatable Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.45 Celebrity Eggheads
Celebrity guests hope to win money
for their charity in the general
knowledge quiz show. (W) (S)
springwatch
2017:
Chris Packham
has the latest
from the nest
cameras,
8pm
7.00 The One Show
Another mix of nationwide reports
and live studio-based chat, hosted
by Alex Jones and Ore Oduba.
7.30 EastEnders Kim is shocked 7.30 Great British Menu
after Patrick explains what
Ally McGrath creates a fish dish,
has been going on with Denise.
Angela Malik takes on sashimi
Followed by BBC News. (W) (S)
and Michael Bremner uses turbot.
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain
Hanson talk about their new tour. (W)
8.30 Lorraine Singer Jane McDonald
pops in for a chat on today?s show. (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women The ladies are
joined by guest Joe Wicks. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
1.55 Local News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Criminal barrister
Robert Rinder takes on real-life cases
in a studio courtroom. (R) (W) (S)
3.00 Masterpiece With Alan
Titchmarsh Alan and co-presenter
Rachel Houston-Holland invite teams
of enthusiasts to compete to identify
the rarest and most valuable items
in stately homes at Burghley
House, Lincolnshire. (AD) (W) (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes in the
hope of winning a �,000 jackpot.
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as contestants Louise,
Tom, Karoline and Graham answer
questions and work as a team to
take on quiz genius the Chaser
and secure a cash prize. (W) (S)
6.00 Local News, Weather
6.25 Party Election Broadcast
6.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
emmerdale:
Jai is delighted
to see that Nell
is trying to get
her life in order,
7pm
Channel 4
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R,S)
6.45 Will & Grace Comedy. (R,S)
7.10 Will & Grace Sitcom. (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
US comedy, with Ray Romano. (R,S)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray is dismayed to learn his children
would rather spend time with their
uncle Robert than with him. (R,S)
8.35 Frasier Classic comedy. (R,S)
9.05 Frasier US hit sitcom. (R,S)
9.35 Frasier The radio psychiatrist
is outraged when Kenny orders
him to read out adverts on air. (R,S)
10.05 Ramsay?s Hotel Hell (R,S)
11.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun Kim Woodburn and her husband
Pete decide they would like to take
ownership of a holiday home on the
glamourous Costa Del Sol. (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Three sets of dinner-party hosts
from Nottingham compete. (R,S)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers
Sheffield pawnbroker Dan and his
team deal with a dinner service. (R,S)
2.10 Countdown Word game. (S)
3.00 Fifteen To One Quiz show. (S)
4.00 Coast Vs Country A Bromley
duo seeks a West Sussex home. (AD)
5.00 Four In A Bed The second visit
is to actor Robert Gray?s residence.
5.30 Come Dine With Me (R,S)
6.00 The Simpsons The family
relocates to a farm. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Aussie soap. (AD)
countdown:
Dan Walker
helps out in
dictionary
corner,
2.10pm
7.00 Emmerdale
Marlon becomes increasingly
worried about how close
Carly is to Matt. (AD) (W) (S)
7.30 Britain?s Got Talent
Ant and Dec host the second live
semi-final, which sees eight acts
compete for the chance to win
a huge cash prize and a
coveted slot at the Royal Variety
Performance. Star-studded
judges Simon Cowell, Amanda
Holden, Alesha Dixon and
David Walliams give their verdict
on the returning hopefuls. (W) (S)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
9.00 Broken New series. Father
9.00 The Chillenden Murders
Michael Kerrigan advises a
Part one of two. The killings of Lin
hard-up parishioner struggling to
Russell and her daughter Megan
feed her family while, with his
in 1996, shocked the nation. One
mother dying, he begins to
year later, Michael Stone, a local
experience worrying flashbacks of
heroin addict and petty criminal
his traumatic childhood. Jimmy
was arrested, charged and
McGovern drama. (AD) (W) (S)
sentenced to life imprisonment.
9.00 Coronation Street
Ken faces up to his attack, while
Nick is stunned when Leanne
explains their relationship is over.
9.30 Britain?s Got Talent
Results Ant and Dec announce
which of the night?s acts have
made it through to the final. (W)
9.00 Grayson Perry: Divided
Britain Grayson Perry set out to
make art about Brexit. He wanted
to seek suggestions, dig into the
data and visit the two sides?
heartlands. But in the middle of
his investigations, Theresa May
called a snap election. (S)
10.00BBC News At Ten (W) (S)
10.00ITV News, Weather
The latest national headlines. (W)
10.00First Dates Ladies? man
Luke, 30, is ready to give up
playing the field and is searching
for the one. His date is 29-yearold PR manager Sophie. Tired
of turning up to weddings alone,
she?s looking for a man to become
her ?plus-one? in life. (AD) (S)
8.00 Holby City
When Nina oversteps the
mark with a patient on Acute
Assessment Unit, her judgement
is called into question by others.
Elsewhere, Essie?s teasing of Raf
results in a surprising revelation.
David Ames stars. (AD) (W)
10.30Local News, Weather
10.45Election 2017 Where
You Live Members of the public
are invited to question a panel of
leading politicians on their ideas,
in a series of regional debates.
11.30Doctor In The House
Dr Rangan Chatterjee helps an
11-year-old boy who is 11 stone
and at risk of diabetes, as well
as a teenage girl with an eating
disorder whose diet is causing
her health problems. (R) (S)
12.35-6.00 BBC News The latest
national and international headlines,
including sport and weather. (S)
8.00 Springwatch 2017
Michaela Strachan gives the
latest reports from around the
country. Meanwhile, Martin
Hughes-Games and Gillian
Burke are on the Sherborne
Estate, examining countryside
management practices. (W) (S)
10.00Later Live ? With Jools
Holland With Royal Blood, the
xx, Trombone Shorty and Haim.
Last in the series. (W) (S)
10.30Election Spy New series.
10.35Newsnight Newsbeat:
Generation Gap Analysis of
the day?s events, preBBC Two?s
Newsnight and Radio One?s
Newsbeat team up to look at how
the election and the parties?
polices affect older and younger
voters. (S) Followed by Weather.
11.40Paul Hollywood?s Big
Continental Road Trip
The Bake Off judge takes a series
of road trips across different
countries in Europe, driving some
of the most famous cars. (R)
12.40 Sign Zone: Richard And
Jaco: Life With Autism (AD) (R)
(SL) (W) (S) 1.40 Sign Zone: Mexico:
Earth?s Festival Of Life (AD) (R) (SL)
2.40-6.00 This Is BBC Two. Preview
of upcoming shows from BBC Two.
10.45Local News, Weather
10.55Car Crash Britain:
Caught On Camera
Jamie Theakston narrates the
documentary featuring another
selection of real-life incidents.
Highlights include a man who
nearly gets taken out by an
insecure load on a van. (R) (S)
11.55The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as four contestants
answer general knowledge
questions and take on quiz
expert the Chaser. (R) (W) (S)
12.45 Jackpot247 (W) 3.00
Loose Women (R) (W) 3.45 ITV
Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show. Guests air their
differences to the host. (R) (SL) (S)
7.55 Party Broadcast (S)
Channel 5
6.00 Milkshake! Children?s shows.
9.15 The Wright Stuff
Matthew Wright and guests talk about
the issues of the day, with viewers
calling in to offer their opinions.
11.15 The Hotel Inspector (R,S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away The agents chase up a �000
deposit owed by a landlord. (R,S)
1.10 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
2.15 NCIS The team, alongside
the FBI and MI6, continues their
international manhunt. (R,S)
3.15 FILM: Death Al Dente: The
Gourmet Detective 2015 (PG)
Henry Roth is hired to find the best
Italian chef for a new high-end eatery.
However, a number of deaths sees
him and fellow sleuth Maggie at the
heart of another mystery with deadly
consequences. Crime thriller, starring
Dylan Neal and Brooke Burns. (W) (S)
5.00 5 News At 5 Latest news. (S)
5.30 Neighbours Piper and Susan
worry when Paige goes missing. (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away Ash asks
Patrick to move in with him and Kat,
while Justin is unhappy Phoebe
agreed to extend her stay in America
without consulting him. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening?s headlines. (S)
6.55 Party Election Broadcast:
Scottish National Party (S)
the
yorkshire
vet:
Julian Norton
operates on
a police dog,
8pm
7.00 Police Interceptors
An officer gets lucky when a
car thief crosses paths with him,
there is a high-speed pursuit
through Lincoln city centre and
a member of the public helps
track down a drunk driver. (R,S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
8.00 Grand Designs
8.00 The Yorkshire Vet
Kevin McCloud returns to
Documentary about Yorkshire vet
Somerset to see Ed and Vicky
Julian Norton, his partner Peter
Versluys and their cow shed
Wright and their team. Julian
conversion. A year after his last
gets dragged around a barn by
visit and with the house finally
one-ton bull Merchant, while Peter
complete, Kevin finds out what it?s
helps a baby goat open its eyes
like living in an off-grid home. (AD)
and fixes a cat with loose teeth.
11.05Gogglebox The armchair
critics share their opinions on
what they have been watching
during the week, including Twin
Peaks, Britain?s Got Talent, First
Dates, Mexico: Earth?s Festival Of
Life, Andrew Neil?s interview with
Theresa May, and the News. (R)
12.05 Four To The Floor (S) 12.35
The World?s Weirdest Weather (AD)
(R,S) 1.30 The Secret Life Of The
Zoo (AD) (R,S) 2.25 The Supervet
(AD) (R,S) 3.20 Location, Location,
Location (R,S) 4.15 Selling Houses
With Amanda Lamb (AD) (R,S)
5.10-6.00 Fifteen To One. General
knowledge quiz show. (R,S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
9.00 Diana: 7 Days That
Shook The Windsors
Documentary following the
aftermath of Princess Diana?s
death in 1997, when the Royal
Family nearly lost its place in the
hearts of the people. It features
testimony from government
insider Anji Hunter, director of
government relations at the time,
plus Diana?s personal security
consultant Colin Tebutt. (AD) (S)
11.05FILM: Diana 2013 (12)
Fact-based drama following the
Princess of Wales in the last
two years of her life. Under
constant media scrutiny, she
finds a new public role for herself
as a patron of humanitarian
causes, while secretly
conducting a passionate affair
with a Pakistani heart surgeon.
Starring Naomi Watts and
Naveen Andrews. (W) (S)
1.10 SuperCasino 3.10 Wentworth
Prison (R,S) 4.00 Witches: A
Century Of Murder (R) 4.45 House
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8.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
8.10 That ?70s Show Eric?s breakup with Donna hits him hard.
8.35 Dance Moms Abby comes into
conflict with stage star Rachelle Rak.
9.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
10.20 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
10.50 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
11.15 My Wife And Kids US sitcom.
11.45 My Wife And Kids Junior and
Claire find a wallet. Hit comedy. (S)
12.10 Gilmore Girls US sitcom. (S)
1.05 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
2.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away Brian and Graham head to
Swindon Town FC to collect a debt.
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Dance Moms Further changes
send the mothers into uproar. (S)
5.00 My Wife And Kids US sitcom.
5.30 My Wife And Kids Hit comedy.
6.00 Neighbours Piper and Susan
worry when Paige goes missing. (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away Justin and
Tori confiscate Brody?s bank cards
until he is drug-free. (AD) (S)
7.00 Dance Moms Cathy battles
with Anthony as she struggles to
regain control of her studio. (S)
8.00 Inside Strangeways
Cameras look behind the bars of
Strangeways prison in Manchester.
9.00 Wentworth Prison
Franky is back behind bars but
determined to prove her innocence
regarding Mike Penissi?s murder. (S)
10.00 Inside The Gang: Girl
Gangstas Female gang members
speak about their experiences,
revealing the extreme lengths they
must go to as they find their own roles
within the male-dominated culture. (S)
11.00 South Park Stan catches his
parents watching ?murder porn?. (S)
11.30 South Park Cartman has
nightmares depicting him as Brad Pitt
in World War Z. Animated comedy. (S)
12.00 South Park Animated fun. (S)
12.30 100 Per Cent Hotter (S) 1.30
Sex Pod (S) 2.30 Baby Faced Brides
(S) 3.25 That ?70s Show (S) 3.50
Access 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Castle The author and Beckett
face danger from the killers of Kate?s
mother. Stana Katic stars. (R,S)
10.00 Law & Order A prostitute?s
body is discovered behind a bin. (S)
11.00 Law & Order The team
investigates a graduate?s murder. (S)
12.00 CSI: NY Three women rob a
jewellery store and kill a salesman.
1.00 NCIS: Los Angeles Sam goes
undercover inside a federal prison.
2.00 Castle Castle looks into a
mysterious death of a fan at a sci-fi
convention. Nathan Fillion stars.
3.00 Person Of Interest
The team searches for a Ian Murphy,
a playboy suspected of being a
predatory stalker. Jim Caviezel stars.
4.00 Law & Order Van Buren orders
Briscoe and Green to reinvestigate
unsolved cases. Jerry Orbach stars.
5.00 Law & Order A man with a
history of violence is arrested for the
murder of his son?s ice-hockey coach.
6.00 CSI: NY Stella tells Mac she
thinks she is being stalked. (S)
7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles
The team investigates when a navy
intelligence commander responsible
for tracking the movements of a
Venezuelan politician disappears.
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles
Kensi goes undercover as a highly
trained cat burglar to find out why a
sophisticated thief is planning to steal
antiquities from a naval base.
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Benson and Murphy
question a television producer when
he is accused of molesting his
daughter. Mariska Hargitay stars. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Investigations reveal
that the murder of a college student
was linked to his role as pledgemaster
of his fraternity. Serena Williams stars.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A murder suspect
adopts an unusual defence. (S)
12.00 Law & Order: Los Angeles
(S) 1.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 2.00 CSI: Miami 3.00
Chicago PD 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
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AFTER last week?s hardhitting opener, Jimmy
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BBC1) continues to captivate us
with its punchy urban plotlines.
Father Michael Kerrigan
(Sean Bean) is run off his feet
by parishioners facing serious
trouble ? Grantchester, it ain?t.
He acts fast to help Christina
(Anna Friel), who must face the
authorities after last week?s
tragedy and her subsequent
meltdown. He probably oversteps
the mark when deciding to share a
secret with a new parishioner, Roz
(Paula Malcomson), and offers a
hand to Helen (Muna Otaru) when
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case in this family-friendly murder mystery
series. Henry is hired to head-hunt an Italian
chef for a posh eatery, but when some of the
cooks turn up dead, he enlists Maggie?s help.
However, their burgeoning work-and-romantic
relationship is threatened by the appearance of
a man from Maggie?s past.
DIANA (2013) ** Channel 5 11.05pm
Though panned as a right royal flop, this
fact-based movie has some appeal, not least in
its lead performance by Naomi Watts as Diana,
Princess of Wales, during the last two years of
her life. As Diana?s stature grows as a charity
campaigner, she embarks on two affairs ? with
heart surgeon Hasnat Khan (Naveen Andrews)
and Dodi al Fayed (Cas Anvar).
her paranoid schizophrenic son
returns home from specialist care.
THE cold-blooded 1996
bludgeoning to death of Lin
Russell and her daughter Megan
in rural Kent ? along with the
attempted murder of nine-year-old
Josie ? shocked and appalled the
nation. More than 20 years on,
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to weddings alone and is eager
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BBC1 Variations Wales: 8.00 Fake Britain. Uncovering
fake and dangerous fuses being sold on the high street, and
an investigation into the fake online reviews that ruined one
boy?s Christmas. Plus, a visit to the counterfeit capital of the
UK as police launch a major crackdown. 8.30-10.00 BBC
Wales Leaders? Debate Live With Huw Edwards. Many
thought there would be another three years until the next
election, but when Theresa May called a snap election in midApril of this year, it surprised millions. And with June 8 the
point when the political landscape could change, the effects
will have a major effect on the people of Wales. Now, with just
over a week to go until the country goes to the polls, Huw
Edwards is joined by all five main party leaders in Wales for
BBC Wales Leaders? Debate live from Cardiff. 10.45 Holby
City. As a personal emergency strikes, Mo makes a heartwrenching decision, and when Nina oversteps the mark with
a patient on AAU, her judgement is called into question.
Elsewhere, Essie?s teasing of Raf results in a surprising
revelation. 11.45 Doctor In The House. Rangan Chatterjee
spends time with 11-year-old Kiki, who is 11st and at risk of
diabetes despite having a healthy diet and being one of the
sportiest kids at school. The doctor must discover why the
boy can?t lose weight and come up with a solution quickly to
keep school bullies at bay. Rangan also helps 16-year-old
Hoshi-Rae, who has an eating disorder and the consequent
health issues are seriously affecting her teenage years. Is the
key to her problems her Mum, Lisa, who has a history of
bulimia? 12.40 Weather For The Week Ahead 12.45-6.00
BBC News. The latest national headlines, including sport.
BBC2 Variations Wales: 9.00 Broken 10.00 BBC Wales
Leaders? Debate: Reaction 11.40 The Chillenden Murders
12.40 Later Live ? With Jools Holland 1.10 QI
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 12.45-3.00 ITV
Nightscreen: Text-based information service. ITV Wales:
6.25-6.30 Party Election Broadcast 10.55 Sharp End
11.55-12.45 Car Crash Britain: Caught On Camera
S4C 6.00 Cyw: Meic Y Marchog 6.15 Cyw: Halibalw 6.25
Cyw: Y Dywysoges Fach 6.35 Cyw: Holi Hana 6.45 Cyw:
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Haul 7.25 Cyw: Byd Carlo Bach 7.35 Cyw: Twt 7.45 Cyw:
Pentre Bach 8.00 Cyw: Cyw A?r Bocs Arbennig 8.10 Cyw:
Dona Direidi 8.25 Cyw: Guto Gwningen 8.40 Cyw: Halibalw
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Cyw: Digbi Draig 9.30 Cyw: Loti Borloti 9.45 Cyw: Syrcas
Deithiol Dewi 10.00 Eisteddfod Yr Urdd 2017 11.00
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Welsh Learners. Helen Prosser is master of ceremonies, and
Iwan Griffiths presents. English soundtrack available via the
red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers
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10.35 Ice Age: Collision Course
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Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
(2016) (15) Comedy, starring Jennifer
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Desierto (2015) (15) Thriller, with Gael
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Drama, starring Michael Caton and
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10.40 Desierto (2015) (15) Thriller,
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Coming To America (1988) (15)
Comedy, with Eddie Murphy. 4.00 Alien
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Garden State (2004) (15) Romantic
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Knocked Up (2007) (15) With Seth
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Canine comedy. 9.10 Garfield: A Tale
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11.05 Strange Magic (2015) (U)
Animated fantasy musical. 12.50pm
Goosebumps (2015) (PG) Fantasy
adventure. 2.40 The Water Horse:
Legend Of The Deep (2007) (PG)
Super League Highlights 5.00 OneDay International Cricket 6.00 Cricket?s
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans
Greatest 6.30 Super League Fulltime
9.00 Championship Play-Off Final
7.00 History Of The Champions Trophy
10.00 Premier League Years Noon
8.00 Who Are Your ICC Champions? 9.00
Championship Play-Off Final 1.00 Premier One-Day International Cricket. England v
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South Africa. 10.00 Lions 2001: Up Close
Play-Off Final 3.00 One2Eleven: Joe
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Fulltime 2.00 Lions 2001: Up Close And
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Championship Play-Off Final 5.00 The
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6.00am Sporting Greats 7.00 Darts
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
JUST JANE
Flirt neighbour
is after my guy
JANE O?GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Romps
without
cuddles
Ex kills
brother?s
lifestyle
MY girlfriend says
she?s done with
kisses and cuddles.
She only wants
cold, hard sex.
She accuses me of
time-wasting and
?fiddling about? in
the bedroom.
If I try to stroke,
caress or massage
her she thinks
nothing of screaming
out: ?Get on with it.?
She treats me like a
piece of meat and I?m
sick of satisfying her
desires to order.
I love tickles and
kind words, but
foreplay seems to
leave her cold.
Recently she turned
up drunk. I wasn?t in
the mood for sex, so
she started calling
me boring and dull.
She tried to mount
me and I honestly
feared she was about
to snap it off.
How do I make her
see that we?re not all
the same?
MY former sister-in-law is
making it absolutely
impossible for my brother
to move on.
She calls him at all
times of the day and night
demanding money or help
with their child.
My brother is a lovely
fella and feels so
responsible he drops
everything to help her.
The other week he was
at a new girl?s house
having a romantic dinner.
His ex rang screaming
at him to come round and
fix her washing machine.
Now his date has said
that she?s not prepared to
see him again.
His ex-wife books nights
out and he is simply
expected to fill in.
I support him a lot, but
don?t think any of this is
fair. I have the added
pressure of my own
partner getting annoyed
with the whole situation.
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: You and
your girl are equal
partners and she
should be adult enough
to respect your wishes.
If you don?t like being
pulled around and
insulted, then she
should take heed.
Talk to her away from
the bedroom and lay
down some basic rules.
If she?s being as
rough as you suggest,
then you could end up
with a penile fracture.
Talk to her about
equality and give and
take. But if she has no
interest in meeting you
halfway and actually
enjoys humiliating and
hurting you, then you
have to show her the
door before any serious
physical or emotional
harm is done.
Does she love you or
is she simply marking
time. Has an element of
familiarity-breedingcontempt crept in?
HOT TUB
TART SO
BRAZEN
MY tricky neighbour has
never made a secret
of the fact that she
fancies my bloke.
From the day we moved in
two years ago, she?s always
gushed that?s he?s gorgeous,
sexy and too good for me.
Now I?m genuinely scared that
she?s about to steal him from
under my nose. Even he admits
that she will not leave him alone.
She?s newly single and telling
everyone who?ll listen that she?s
sex-starved and on the look out
for fresh meat.
Recently at another neighbour?s
party she flirted and chatted with
all the men, while totally ignoring the women.
Whisper
Once, in the street, she physically pushed me out of the way so
that she could get to my man and
start whispering in his ear about
some nonsense she?d thought up.
What really worries me is that
I?m travelling a lot for work at the
moment ? and my fella doesn?t
like it.
He keeps accusing me of
abandoning him and putting my
career first.
His job requires him to start at
6am, which means he?s often
home again by 2pm.
My tarty neighbour not only
has an outdoor bar and hot tub in
her garden, but her brother has
put up one of those big blow-up
swimming pools too.
It?s party central over there. If
we have a hot summer, then I?m
terrified that she?ll lure my old
man over there ? and I?ll never get
him back again. He swears that
SNEAKY: Neighbour keeps chatting up her bloke and makes no secret of her desire for him
he would never cheat on me and
that he loves me with all of his
heart. But I can?t help feeling that
she?s a genuine threat.
The irony is that I?m the one
who earns the big money, yet I?m
the one who?s left feeling vulnerable and guilty.
JANE SAYS: Maybe it?s time to
front up your irritating neighbour
and give her a few home truths?
Invite her in for a drink, just the
two of you, and leave her in no
doubt that you?re onto her.
Tell her you won?t stand by and
watch her attempt to steal your
man. And explain that you and he
love each other very much and
that you will fight to protect your
relationship.
Warn her that you have eyes and
ears and are certainly not stupid.
If she?s lonely and needs a man,
then suggest she finds one of her
own ? one who isn?t already in a
relationship.
Suggest she joins a club or choir
or checks out internet dating for a
new mate.
At the moment she?s behaving
like an annoying summer bluebottle that needs swatting.
I also urge you to concentrate
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Turn your man on
Turn your woman on
on your relationship. Talk to your
fella, thrash out your problems.
If he?s genuinely upset about the
hours you?re working and the
number of days you?re away, then
are there compromises that can
be made?
What can be done to ensure that
you?re both happy with your work/
life balance?
Does he also need to think about
his work and different shifts?
Ultimately he has to know that
you?re busting a gut for the both
of you and that you have to be
able to trust him whenever your
back is turned.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: It?s very
good of you to care about
your brother and his child,
but I urge you to put your
own relationship first.
If your partner is
complaining about the
amount of time and
energy you?re spending
on your extended family,
then you have to take
those complaints
seriously and think about
compromise.
Try and encourage your
brother to investigate
family mediation.
He should go to his
local Citizens Advice
Bureau and ask about
mediation services.
The point of mediation
isn?t to try and get the
couple back together
again, but to help them to
discuss the issues that
need to be resolved ?
arrangements for any
children, the home and
finances.
She?s obviously bitter
and unhappy, but the
way she?s acting at the
moment isn?t the way
forward for anyone in
the family.
Party snogs
may cost job
I GOT drunk at an office party and snogged two men and
one woman. I told two directors to give me more money
and another to stop cheating on his wife (who was standing
10ft away). Now I?m terrified I?m going to be sacked.
No-one is really talking to me and I could cry. There was
an important meeting and I wasn?t invited even though
one of my major clients was being discussed.
JANE SAYS: If you feel you overstepped the mark and that
you upset people then you have to apologise.
If you sense the tide is turning against you, then you have
to park your pride and any embarrassment.
Be the bigger person and promise to lay off the booze
in future if it leads you into trouble. Remember that
drinkaware.co.uk can help.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
SEX ISN?T
ENOUGH
DAY 2
1
DON?T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
Oooh?that?s
great
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
IF you are thinking of relocating, choose an
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make your spirits soar. The thought of moving is not
exciting, but that?s because familiarity is comforting.
0905 789 3801**
0905 789 3802**
May 22 to
June 22
CANCER
June 23 to
July 23
GETTING involved in a community project
will lift your spirits. You are tired of feeling
oppressed by authority figures. By making simple, but
effective, improvements you?ll feel empowered and
meet people who share your concerns and values.
YOU?RE welcome to pamper yourself, but don?t
go overboard. Instead of mindlessly shopping,
think carefully of a single purchase you can make that
would bring you happiness. It could be anything from a
gourmet meal to a cashmere sweater to a handsome ring.
0905 789 3803**
0905 789 3804**
LEO
Donna is
fantastic
March 21 to
April 20
A ROMANTIC attraction will heat up quickly.
Resist the temptation to court someone with
lavish presents and dinners. Instead, get to know each
other under ?no pressure? circumstances. If you have a
partner, don?t row over seemingly extravagant purchases.
GEMINI
Donna gets her way
July 24 to
August 23
VIRGO
August 24 to
September 23
YOUR charisma is powerful. You?re so witty and
charming that your boss will be envious, so try
steering clear. The last thing you want is to have your
professional path blocked by someone who is feeling
threatened. Focus on having fun with friends.
YOU are ready to say goodbye to a habit no
longer working for you. Whether you have to
undergo rehabilitation or counselling is immaterial.
The important thing is to get the help you need to move
forward. Narrow-minded people won?t understand.
0905 789 3805**
0905 789 3806**
2
She a brilliant
romp, but it?s just
not enough
3 We?re so great
together ? let?s try
that other thing I
told you about
I?d be mad
to refuse!
LIBRA
4
0905 789 3807**
But I can
hardly tell her
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what we?ve
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SAGITTARIUS
CONTINUES TOMORROW
Nov 23 to
Dec 21
SCORPIO
October 24 to
November 22
A PROFESSIONAL breakthrough is coming. If
you?ve been trying for a job with a particular
company, you?ll get an offer. This position may not be
exactly what you want, but accept it anyway. You can use
this opportunity as a stepping stone.
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CAPRICORN
December 22
to January 20
YOU are keen to inspire others with a message
of hope. Choose your audience carefully. If you
sense people are uncomfortable with your sales pitch, back
off. This isn?t the time for high-pressure sales tactics. Those
who are intrigued will offer to talk when it?s convenient.
INTENSE feelings about a loved one will
prompt you to make changes. When your
best friend or romantic partner complains about your
behaviour, listen carefully. This is your chance to
improve your relationship. Be honest and frank.
0905 789 3809**
0905 789 3810**
AQUARIUS
TUES
September 24
to October 23
A GROUP activity will be fun as long as you
keep the conversation light. Avoid hot topics
like religion and politics. If someone asks you overlypersonal questions, simply reply that you?d rather not
go into such areas and change the subject.
Later...
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January 21 to
February 19
PISCES
February 20
to March 20
TEAMING up with a kind person will work to
your benefit. At times, you have difficulty
understanding what the public wants. That?s because
you have unique tastes and unusual ideas. As a rule,
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of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters ? below the
main grid ? to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 7/10 Target Time: 24 minutes
Clue: Does she spill mead?
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YESTERday?s solution:
Across: Tartan, Bullet, Pharynx, Blaze, Fail, Punch,
Joust, Guru, Triad, Trilogy, Income, Warren.
Down: Stupefy, Ethic, Organic, Mince, Satyr (clue),
Condemn, Exquisite, Cutback, Viral, Plead, Rumours,
Steel, Buoyant.
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24Simply depend on me (6)
25Draughtsman gets back
pay (6)
CRYPTIC CLUES
Across
1A French wine cartel broken up
(6)
4Songster?s throat infection (6)
7Frolic round the prom (4)
8Indicate a decimal calculation is
wrong (5,3)
9Nurse is disturbed at dawn (7)
12I love the north east (3)
14Double back, for example, in
pain (6)
15Are such blocks used for
building wind breaks? (6)
16Yet an actor may have it in a
walk-on part (3)
18A child of three allowed on an
excursion (7)
22Account presented to a
clergyman is absolutely correct
(8)
23Club used in the evening (4)
Down
1A plane worker (9)
2Entry to a profession (9)
3Recorder has to come to the
point (5)
4Call up Captain for ends? (5)
5Roll up a hill (4)
6Reject bad puns, right? (5)
10Fall behind it at the end of the
day (5)
11Loner made to become a
member of society (5)
12Piece of bad fielding brings
defeat (9)
METHOD
UNEVEN
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AIR
ART
CUP
HID
PUT
RAY
RIM
TOO
USE
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NESTING
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BRACELET
DOMINANT
HARDSHIP
MEANINGS
NOTICING
ORIGINAL
SERVICES
STITCHES
STUBBORN
SUNSHINE
UMBRELLA
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LATE
TAXI
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ERASE
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STOOP
SWUNG
TROUT
WINGS
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ARROWORD
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column, row and 3x3 square
includes all the digits from
one to 9.
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LEVEL: Moderate : 22 Mins
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13A rousing event? (3-6)
17People pop in his shop (5)
19The money immediately
available (5)
20Advocate prepared initially to
question witness improperly (5)
21Trick for finding right
employment (4)
QUICK CLUES
Across
1Red wine (6)
4Song-bird (6)
7Caper boisterously (4)
8Indicate (5,3)
9Dawn (7)
12Single (3)
14Pang (6)
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Bothered, 5 Left, 8 Game, 9 Glossies, 10 Alights, 12 Seedy,
13 Sugary, 15 Porter, 17 Swede, 18 Sandbag, 22 Bitterly, 23 Oxen, 24 Torn,
25 Masterly.
DOWN: 1 Beggars, 2 Tempi, 3 Right, 4 Door, 6 Evident, 7 Testy, 11 Horse,
12 Shown, 14 Greater, 16 Regency, 17 Sabot, 19 Abyss, 20 Boxer, 21 Grim.
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15Light wind (6)
16Hasten (3)
18One of three identical
children (7)
22Exact (8)
23Golf club (4)
24Simply (6)
25Sliding container in
furniture (6)
Down
1Woodworker (9)
2Entry fee (9)
3Come to a point (5)
4Men?s evening suit (5)
5Roster (4)
6Decline with contempt (5)
10Darkness (5)
11Register (5)
12Conquer (9)
13Big surprise (3-6)
17Male relative (5)
19Prepared (5)
20Entreat (5)
21Strategem (4)
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37
START WITH HORSE RACING
PERMIAN ADDED TO DERBY FIELD
THERE were 20 runners
left
in
Saturday?s
Investec Derby at the
latest declaration stage
as Permian and Khalidi
were added at a cost of
�,000.
? by JAMES RICHARDSON
just been out for a walk on the
course and if we were racing
today I?d call it good to soft,? said
Clerk of the course Andrew
Cooper.
?The rain started about 4pm on
Sunday and got heaviest between
around midnight and 2pm.
?It has softened the ground quite
a bit but we were pretty quick
before that.
Permain has been supplemented
after his success in the Dante
earlier this month and is a 10-1
shot with Coral along with
Lingfield Derby Trial scorer Best
Solution.
Khalidi was beaten by Permian
at Newmarket on his penultimate
start but then won by five lengths
at Goodwood in track record time.
Khalidi?s win last week had
initially been seen as a boost for
Permian but he in turn had been
beaten by Cracksman in the
Epsom Derby Trial.
Cracksman and Cliffs Of Moher
are vying for favouritism at
around the 4-1 mark.
The ground will be crucial and
there has been a fair amount of
rain over the last 48 hours. ?We?ve
Timely
?I was pleased to get the rain, it
was fairly timely.
?I was starting to get a bit
twitchy yesterday. We were calling
it good to firm but it wasn?t too far
off being firm.?
The Oaks takes place on day one
of the Derby meeting on Friday
and Cooper suggested that the
weather is likely to be more settled
in the days leading up to racing.
?We might get a few more
showers according to the forecast
but we?re due to be dry for the rest
of the week. We might get a bit
more rain on Friday night into
Saturday.?
There were 16 left in the Oaks at
the latest confirmation stage and
favourite Rhododendron?s chance
was boosted with the success of
Winter in the Irish 1,000 Guineas
last weekend.
She chased the dual Classic
winner home in the 1,000 Guineas
at Newmarket.
Trainer Aidan O?Brien will be
looking for a third straight victory
and seventh overall, in a race he
won last year with the brilliant
Minding.
O?Brien also has Alluringly, who
was second behind John Gosden?s
Enable in the Cheshire Oaks and
Frankie Dettori has opted to ride
Enable, with Andrea Atzeni set to
partner Coronet, who is also in
the care of Gosden.
Other
leading
contenders
include
Andrew
Balding?s
Horseplay, Natavia from Roger
Charlton?s stable and American
challenger Daddys Lil Darling for
trainer Kenneth McPeek and
jockey Olivier Peslier.
?
ON TRACK:
Permian, right, has
been supplemented for
the Derby
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY?S FIVE MEETINGS
Le - Leicester Li - Lingfield
N - Newton Abbot R - Redcar
W - Wolverhampton
A Bit Of Ginger .......... W
A Sure Welcome ........ Li
Absolutely Awesome W
Academy General .......N
According To Trev......N
Actonetaketwo ............N
Admiral Spice ............Le
Airshow ......................Le
Alaska .........................Le
Allegheny Bay............Le
Altiko Tommy............. Li
Amazing Alice ............ Li
Angel Of Rome .......... Li
Anton Chigurh ...........Le
Archie Stevens .......... W
Arkadios ......................N
Art Looker ...................N
Arwa ............................Le
Astraea ........................R
Austin Powers ...........Le
Autumn Glow ............. Li
Awsaaf ........................ W
Back In June ...............N
Bahamadam ...............Le
Bahamian Heights .....Le
Bahamian Paradise ....R
Barbarianatthegate .... W
Bashiba........................R
Bassmah.....................Le
Bay Station..................R
Beast ........................... Li
Beatbybeatbybeat...... W
Bennys Girl .................N
8.40
2.40
6.10
6.20
8.50
7.20
1.50
1.50
4.20
2.50
2.40
3.10
5.10
3.50
6.10
7.20
7.20
3.20
2.00
2.20
3.40
6.40
8.50
3.20
4.50
4.30
6.40
4.00
5.20
4.30
2.40
7.40
6.20
Bingo George..............R
Binky Blue .................. Li
Black Bubba...............Le
Black Grass.................R
Blackthorn Stick ........ Li
Blazed ......................... W
Bodacious Name ........R
Bolder Bob ..................R
Bop It .......................... W
Borough Boy..............Le
Braqueur D?or .............N
Breaking Ground ........N
Brean Golf B irdie.......N
Brogan ........................Le
Brother Tiger.............. Li
Brotherly Company ....N
Budgie ........................Le
Burtonwood ...............Le
By The Law .................R
Cabal ............................R
Calin Du Brizais ..........N
Cashla Bay .................Le
Casterbridge ..............Le
Catapult ......................Le
Charnock Richard .....Le
Cheval Blanche..........Le
Chinatown Boy ...........N
Ching Ching Lor ........ W
City Guest ..................Le
Cleni Wells ..................N
Cold Knight .................N
Come On Dave ........... Li
Concur .........................R
Cookie?s Star .............Le
Cool Music ................. W
Count Simon ...............R
5.00
2.10
2.50
4.00
2.10
7.10
2.30
3.30
6.10
4.50
6.20
8.20
7.20
3.20
4.10
6.50
2.20
4.50
3.00
3.00
6.20
3.20
4.50
4.20
4.20
3.20
6.20
8.40
1.50
6.50
7.50
4.10
5.00
2.50
9.10
3.30
Craftsmanship ...........Le
Crownthorpe .............. W
Cruise Tothelimit ....... W
Cryptonite....................R
Cultured Knight ......... Li
Curious Fox ............... Li
Curtsy ..........................R
Curzon Line.................R
Dalalah .........................R
Dance Diva ..................R
Dandilion .................... W
Daring Guest .............. Li
Day Of Roses ..............N
Deauville Society ........R
Demons Rock ............Le
Desert Ace...................R
Dhalam........................ W
Dirty Randy .................R
Doitforjoe.....................N
Dora?s Field ................Le
Dotted Swiss .............. Li
Doubly Clever .............N
Dove Mountain........... W
Dream Bolt ..................N
Dream Magic .............. Li
Duchess Of Fife ......... W
Dylan?s Storm .............R
Dyson?s Girl ................R
Earthly ........................ Li
Economic Crisis .........R
Ede?s The Mover ........ Li
Edged In Blue ............Le
Eltanin..........................R
Embleton .................... W
Emilene ....................... W
Emjayem .....................Le
3.50
6.40
6.10
4.30
4.10
4.40
2.30
3.00
5.00
2.00
6.10
2.40
6.20
2.00
4.20
4.00
7.10
2.30
7.50
3.50
3.10
6.50
9.10
7.50
3.40
7.40
3.00
2.00
5.10
4.00
2.10
5.20
4.30
8.40
7.10
4.50
Endeavour ...................R
Equleus........................N
Everkyllachy...............Le
Extrasolar ....................R
Fabric ..........................Le
Farmer Boy .................N
Farmer Lad ..................N
Fastnet Spin ...............Le
Fauve ...........................N
Favourite Royal ......... W
Fighting Irish..............Le
First Bombardment ....R
Fleckerl ....................... Li
Floresco.......................N
Foxtrot Knight.............R
Foxy Act ......................N
Frangarry .................... W
Frap ............................. W
Free Spirited ..............Le
Full Tilt Lad .................R
Gabrial?s Star ............. W
Garrahalish..................N
General Allenby ..........R
General Zoff ...............Le
Geordie George ..........R
George ........................Le
Ghadaayer .................. W
Gigi.............................. Li
Glenys The Menace ... Li
Global Exceed............ W
Glorvina ...................... Li
Gold Mountain ............N
Golden Eye................. Li
Gower Gold ................ Li
Grandad Chunk ..........R
Greyjoy ....................... W
GREYHOUNDS
NOTTINGHAM
11.03 FAYDAS BEAUTY (nap) (2) ......Proper Post (4)
11.19 LIOSGARBH COLLEG (1).......Haggswood Jet (4)
11.34 ARDERA CLEERE (1) ........ Long Grass (2)
11.48 HAGGSWOOD JOHN (5) .....So Its Emily (1)
12.04 SALACRES KEARNI (6) ......Blakes Express (1)
12.18 WOODBROOK LEGEND (1)....... Salacres Walsh (2)
12.32 BOWLING SHELLEY (nb) (2) ....... Gortown Nell (6)
12.47 TUDOR MISS (5) .............Canavour Joy (4)
1.04 POINTLESS PRAISE (1)....... Double Strike (3)
1.19 BILLYS IMPACT (6) ........ Sporting Angel (4)
1.33 LEAMANEIGH CHETA (6)......... Capla Flutter (2)
1.51 CAPLA RUBY (1) .......... Amazing Charm (6)
CRAYFORD
2.08
2.27
2.47
3.07
3.28
3.48
4.08
4.27
4.47
5.07
5.22
5.38
5.56
ADAMANT BOUDICA (4) .....Pura Vida (5)
FARRAN MAJOR (nap) (6) ....Newlawn Emma (2)
MIKEY JUNIOR (6) .......... Fridays Kyra (4)
BARNISH PATRICK (4) ..... Thats Why (5)
CLONMANNON KING (1) ..Stopthislad (3)
BECKYS MARIE (3) ....... Jacobs Miller (1)
FITZLERSEEMYTAIL (nb) (4) .....Ajays Blazer (2)
YES THATS TRUE (5) ...Blueberry Wood (3)
CEE FOUR JAXX (6) .. Sporting Timmy (2)
NEWLAWN CONOR (5) .....Yacht Julie (2)
CYCLERS ALF (4) .......... Gortkelly Lee (6)
SHARONS BLING (1) .....Belindas Kitty (4)
SWIFT CALISTA (5) ...........Kelva Elvis (4)
NEWCASTLE
6.28
6.48
7.06
7.22
7.37
7.52
8.07
8.22
8.37
8.51
9.07
9.22
CONNA BANGER (5) ..............Lilys Mate (6)
ALNWICK RAZOR (6)...... September Stars (3)
EMERALD CROFTER (6) ...... Highclere Robin (3)
SHELLAM BELLE (3) ...... Cavecourt Frisky (6)
CORRAKELLY POSH (nap) (2) ........ Drumcrow Sly (3)
NEVER SAID AWORD (5) .........Jumbos Brother (6)
DROP THE PILOT (1)......Fabulous Soda (5)
MARYS COMMAND (6) ........ Clem Fandango (3)
DRAGON TRACKER (6) ......... Mill Reem (4)
VIGOROUS FINITO (4) ......Coloured Valley (1)
TULLYLEE (nb) (5) .......... Guinness Zero (6)
BALLYMAC DRUMGEN (3) ...... Havana Tonto (4)
PERRY BARR
11.11 CHAMBERLAIN MIKE (5) ... Ascot Rory (6)
11.28 TOYSTORY KIRSTY (4) . Cloncunny Sal (1)
11.42 FURRY GLEN (nb) (2) .....Dandy Lady (1)
11.57 HURRY UP JENSON (5) .... Wilbrook Sunny (4)
12.12 WESTMEAD CRYSTAL (2) ...Haughty Thena (1)
12.27 LETTER PERAL (nap) (2)......Whitefort Alfie (4)
12.42 SLANEYSIDE FIJI (2) ......Hurleys Will (6)
12.58 ROCKY JAZZ (1) ...................So Near (3)
1.12 DYSERT FALCON (4) ........Wicky Tom (2)
1.27 JAYS STEEL (2) .............Suirview Aine (6)
1.44 LURRIGA PRECIOUS (1) ..... Final Flame (3)
1.58 DRUMCROW OLIVE (6) ... Westmead Boss (2)
SUNDERLAND
2.18
2.37
2.57
3.17
3.38
3.58
4.18
4.37
4.57
5.17
5.33
5.47
6.04
6.18
POOLIE LAURA (6) .............. Amber Star (5)
MOSTRIM CHAMP (4) .........Upintheditch (2)
CORDUFF WHACKER (1) ..... Bit View Twinkle (4)
KNOCKROE OAK (2) ............. Rearcross (3)
MILLWOOD SUSIE (1)...... Ballingarry Blue (5)
CAULRY SPECIAL (4) .... Autumn Mindy (2)
JOHNSTOWN MIST (3) ........ Farloe Mac (1)
SUNCROFT LIZ (nap) (1) ...... Coologue Sea Hag (6)
DEMON BOUND (5) ............... Nuthill Pat (6)
GREENISLE IONA (nb) (6) ...... Urney Mint (4)
PANDA CIRCUS (4) ...... Coonough Lady (5)
MOVE OVER ANTONY (2) ........Lacken Snow (5)
COUNTERFIT AIR (1) ......Carbine Williams (5)
CAULRY MAUREEN (2) ..........Hey Baby (6)
HARLOW
7.39 MANDEVILLE FLY (nap) (5) ...Ballymac Zara (4)
7.54 KODIVA GRAIN (nb) (6) ...Hollyoak Reilly (4)
8.10 FERRYFORTH MARIE (1) ....O Briens Hawk (5)
8.26 BOLEYN BOY (5) ............ Rough Kerrie (4)
8.42 VILLAGE GOSSIP (2) .. Whatugonnado (4)
8.58 SWIFT NICKLAUS (6) .... Kelva Rumble (1)
9.15 SWIFT LABROS (2) ...... Clonbrien Mini (5)
9.32 CURLY TOM (1) .........Wit And Wisdom (5)
9.48 LOUGHSIDE FLOSSY (2) ... Castledown Hero (5)
10.03 EMILYS JOY (6) ...... Ryecourt Wagtail (5)
4.30
7.20
5.20
4.00
5.20
8.20
8.20
3.20
7.20
7.40
1.50
4.00
4.40
6.50
4.00
5.50
6.10
9.10
2.20
2.30
8.10
7.50
2.30
2.20
3.00
1.50
7.40
3.10
5.10
6.40
3.40
7.50
3.40
3.10
5.00
8.40
Hamish Mcgonagain . Li
Harbour Town ............ Li
Hercullian Prince ....... Li
Hey Gaman.................Le
Horse Force One ........N
Hughesie .....................N
Hugoigo .......................R
I Should Coco .............N
I?m Running Late ....... Li
Im Dapper Too ............R
In The Spotlight ..........R
Infiniti .......................... W
Inshiraah..................... W
Inuk ............................. Li
Jaalboot ...................... W
Jacksonfire..................R
James Garfield...........Le
Jessie Allan.................R
Jet Setter ....................Le
Jive Lady ....................Le
John Joiner ................Le
Jordan James .............R
Judy Woods ................R
Jule In The Crown .....Le
Jumping Around........Le
June Dog ....................Le
Just Us Two ................R
K?gari Spirit ................ Li
Kaeso ...........................R
Karijini ........................ W
Katebird ...................... Li
Katmandoo ..................R
Katy P ..........................N
Kensington Palace .....R
Kheleyf?s Girl ............. W
King Of Swing ............ Li
4.40
2.40
2.10
1.50
8.20
7.50
3.30
8.20
3.40
3.00
4.30
9.10
7.10
3.10
6.40
5.00
2.20
5.00
2.50
4.20
4.50
3.00
4.30
3.20
5.20
2.20
4.00
4.40
4.30
7.10
5.10
2.30
5.50
5.00
6.40
4.40
Kings Academy .........Le
Kingston Mimosa .......N
Kublai...........................N
Kylla .............................R
Ladies Dancing ...........N
Lady Jameson ............N
Lady Makfi .................. W
Lady Nahema ............. Li
Lapford Lad.................N
Leeshaan ....................Le
Little Miss Lola ..........Le
Little Stampy .............. W
Llewellyn .................... W
Logi ..............................R
Lord Franklin .............Le
Love And Be Loved... W
Lozah ...........................R
Lydia?s Place...............R
Magical Dreamer........Le
Major Crispies............ Li
Marettimo ................... Li
Masterson................... W
Match Maker...............Le
Menelik ....................... Li
Mexican Border ..........N
Mick The Poser .......... W
Mightaswellsmile ........R
Milan Reef ...................R
Miss Dd........................R
Miss Osier .................. Li
Miss Van Winkle .........R
Moakkad .....................Le
Mocead Cappall .........Le
Mole Trap ....................N
Mountain Cliche..........N
Mowhoob .................... Li
2.50
7.20
7.20
5.00
7.20
5.50
8.10
2.10
8.20
2.20
5.20
8.10
6.10
4.30
3.50
8.40
3.00
4.00
5.20
4.40
5.10
8.10
1.50
4.10
7.20
8.40
4.30
2.00
2.00
3.40
2.00
1.50
4.20
5.50
8.50
2.10
Mr Carbonator............ W
Mr Chuckles ............... W
Mr Kit Cat ....................N
Mr Mountain ................N
Mr Red Clubs .............Le
Mulled Wine ............... Li
Mulzim ........................ Li
Mutabaahy ..................Le
Mystery Of War .......... W
Mystic Maeve ..............R
Narjes.......................... W
Natajack ...................... W
Near Kettering.............R
Neetside.......................N
New Society ................R
Newmarket Warrior ....R
Night Law ...................Le
Night Shadow .............R
Njorls Saga..................N
Norwegian Highness .Le
Nostalgie .................... W
Nothing Compares .....R
Nsnas Alward..............R
Nuova Scuola..............R
Onefootinparadise .....Le
Our Boy Jack ............. Li
Our Greta....................Le
Our Man In Havana.... W
Our Phillie Lily ............N
Our Place In Loule......R
Out Of The Ashes ......Le
Owen The Law ...........Le
Paco Bleue ..................R
Palace Moon .............. Li
Parlance......................Le
Pattie ............................R
BAGS WINNERS AND PRICES
HALL GREEN
10.31: Fermoy Ralf (5) 9-2, Vics
Champ (1) 5-2, bf: �.76, tri: (5-1-2)
�.23. 10.46: Ascot Joey (2) 5-2,
Kavarna (6) 9-2, bf: �.10, tri: (2-63) �.83. 11.00: Mount Blueboy (2)
5-2, Trade Madalene (4) 4-1, bf:
�.72, tri: (2-4-3) �.90. 11.16:
Elegant Approach (3) 9-4, Ballymac
Mohane (2) 6-4 fav, bf: �23, tri:
(3-2-4) �.25. 11.31: Cu Sith Leuen
(5) 7-2, Off The Scale (3) 9-4 fav, bf:
�.41, tri: (5-3-1) �.92. 11.44:
Always Me (6) 5-1, Hollywood Hero
(5) 10-1, bf: �.17, tri: (6-5-1)
�6.76. 11.58: Rockmount Belle (3)
6-1, Ballymac Louis (6) 7-1, bf:
�.21, tri: (3-6-2) �4.94. 12.17:
Ballymac Hideyho (2) 11-4, Watch
Your Head (6) 7-2, bf: �.02, tri:
(2-6-3) �.36. 12.33: Cloheena
Smurf (1) 12-1, Ballygloss James (5)
5-2 jt-fav, bf: �.85, tri: (1-5-4)
�9.18. 12.47: Savana Loulou (1)
2-1 fav, Left Back (2) 5-2, bf: �80,
tri: (1-2-6) �.76. 1.04: Call It Kingo
(6) 3-1, Geneva Ken (4) 6-4 fav, bf:
�43, tri: (6-4-2) �.17. 1.19: Mount
Girl (2) 4-1, Coz Im Happy (4) 10-1,
bf: �.77, tri: (2-4-3) �3.60. 1.33:
Lissies Major (2) 7-2, Laid Back
Diva (3) 4-1, bf: �.18, tri: (2-3-1)
�.06. 1.49: Campbell Warrior (5)
7-1, Ballymac Spacer (1) 4-5 fav, bf:
�.35, tri: (5-1-6) �.19. Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6) �7.00, (Races
9-14) �8.00.
MONMORE
10.38: Shanias Turbo (5) 3-1,
Droopys Ganguly (1) 7-2, bf: �.74,
tri: (5-1-3) �.27. 10.53: Swift Fionn
(6) 9-4 co-fav, Opera Star (2) 5-1,
NR: Moss Lane Greg (res), bf: �.09,
tri: (6-2-3) �00. 11.07: Moss Lane
Lucy (3) 3-1, Narabane Black (2)
9-2, bf: �.33, tri: (3-2-5) �.02.
11.23: Conors Sky (2) 2-1 fav,
Relentless Ned (4) 7-1, (dd-ht 3rd),
bf: �.76, tri: (2-4-5) �.12, (2-4-3)
�.58. 11.37: Keeping Casual (5)
3-1, Skoor Haze (2) 5-1, bf: �.65,
tri: (5-2-1) �.33. 11.51: Pongo (3)
7-4 fav, Droopys Salerno (4) 4-1, bf:
�74, tri: (3-4-2) �.67. 12.08:
Biltong (3) 4-1, Head Paw (6) 8-1, bf:
�.69, tri: (3-6-5) �1.56. 12.24:
6.40
6.10
6.50
7.50
3.50
2.10
2.40
4.20
7.10
2.30
7.10
7.10
3.30
8.20
2.30
3.00
5.20
4.30
5.50
5.20
7.40
2.30
2.00
3.30
4.20
2.10
5.20
6.40
7.20
5.00
4.50
2.20
2.00
2.10
3.20
3.30
Patty Patch ..................R
Pavillon .......................Le
Peking Flyer ............... W
Penny Red .................. Li
Pension Madness .......N
Phalaborwa ................Le
Plutonian .................... W
Popee .......................... Li
Powered...................... W
Pretty Jewel ............... W
Primadonia ................. W
Prince Ahwahnee ......Le
Puramente .................. W
Quayside ....................Le
Quoteline Direct..........R
Rag Tatter...................Le
Rattle On .................... Li
Rebel Rebellion ..........N
Reflect Alexander ...... W
Rely On Me .................Le
Rhosneigr ...................Le
Richardofdoccombe ...N
Rod?s Dream ...............N
Rosealee ..................... Li
Rosina..........................R
Roussel.......................Le
Royal Icon .................. W
Royal Mezyan..............R
Royal Peace ............... Li
Rutherford ..................Le
Ryedale Rio .................R
Sailor Malan ............... W
Sandfrankskipsgo ..... Li
Santafiora ................... Li
Sarabi..........................Le
Sayem .........................Le
SHEFFIELD
2.18: Bothar Beag (3) 6-4 fav,
Emilys Princess (1) 6-1, bf: �.21,
tri: (3-1-5) �.97. 2.37: Classy Fifi
(5) 8-1, Curly Watts (1) 6-1, bf:
�.90, tri: (5-1-6) �1.98. 2.57:
Shotgun Slade (5) 7-2, Schmeichel
(4) 3-1, bf: �.95, tri: (5-4-2) �.12.
3.17: Broughs Pet (3) 9-4 jt-fav,
Troydale Ronnie (6) 5-2, bf: �.44,
tri: (3-6-5) �.02. 3.38: Live King (5)
6-4 fav, Skiproe Mick (2) 9-4, bf:
�99, tri: (5-2-3) �.00. 3.58:
Halcrow Brae (4) 7-2, Swift Minstral
(3) 3-1, bf: �.82, tri: (4-3-6) �.72.
4.18: Swift Lord (2) 5-2, Best
Judgement (3) 9-2, bf: �.32, tri:
(2-3-4) �.60. 4.37: Marys Coco (4)
11-10 fav, Braetimer (1) 7-2, bf:
�51, tri: (4-1-2) �.62. 4.57: Farley
Boy (1) 6-1, Monroe Supreme (4) 5-2,
bf: �.33, tri: (1-4-6) �3.48. 5.17:
Not My Problem (4) 6-4 fav, Tromora
Mall (1) 5-2, bf: �69, tri: (4-1-2)
�.06. 5.33: Karlow Blitz (1) 5-2 jtfav, Friskyforwhiskey (2) 9-2, bf:
�.49, tri: (1-2-5) �.33. 5.47:
Stepaside Speedo (4) 6-4 fav,
Melodys Stellar (5) 7-2, NR: Killeacle
Spiral (res), bf: �44, tri: (4-5-6)
�.86. 6.04: Ashgrove Milly (5) 3-1,
Tagalong Bobby (3) 5-1, bf: �.39,
tri: (5-3-2) �.09. 6.18: Magna Park
(6) 7-1, Walk Tall (3) 7-2, bf: �.51,
tri: (6-3-2) �2.95. Placer (�stake)
(Races 1-6) �4.00, (Races 9-14)
�0.00.
6.38 SOBER RETURN (1)
Southwind Lucy (2)
6.56 MUSTANG LUCKY (2)
Top Lass (5)
7.11
(A4)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
5634 Isnt That Nice (rl ro).........................29.64
1353 Catrigg Cloud (md ep) .....................29.61
4114 SCRUFFS JOY (sa fw) ...................29.40
1651 Brazen Samurai (sa fw) ...................29.35
1466 Cooneen Maggie (sa fw) .................29.38
4334 Ref Watch (wd ro)...........................29.41
Star betting: 3 Scruffs Joy, Brazen Samurai,
7-2 Cooneen Maggie, 9-2 Catrigg Cloud, Ref
Watch, 11-2 Isnt That Nice.
7.26 SWIFT BOSCH (nb) (1)
Longrange Silver (5)
7.42 WORSBORO SPECTRE (3)
Head Iton Boris (4)
7.58 SWIFT BURN (2)
Mexican Peso (6)
8.13
(A2)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
3324 Dash Away Wink (ep wd) ................29.60
3156 All About Drama (md ro)..................29.25
2546 Haroldinio (rl ro) ...............................28.85
2126 Droopys Wuyts (md ep).................29.29
5323 SWIFT LYNCEA (md ro) .................29.09
1446 Harton Aire (wd ep) .........................29.06
Star betting: 3 Haroldinio, 7-2 Swift Lyncea,
Harton Aire, 4 Dash Away Wink, Droopys Wuyts, 5
All About Drama.
8.28
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A4)
500m
2365 Brazen Desire (rl ro) .......................29.40
3211 BARRICANE PIRATE (rl ro) ...........29.68
4453 Caithlins Flyer (md ro) .....................29.57
3156 Vito Murry (md ro) ...........................29.53
6366 Break Builder (sa ro) .......................29.50
3556 Fulham Flyer (sa ro) ........................29.95
Star betting: 3 Brazen Desire, Vito Murry,
7-2 Barricane Pirate, Break Builder, 9-2 Caithlins
Flyer, 6 Fulham Flyer.
8.43
1
2
3
4
5
6
Scorpion Star ..............N
Seaella .........................R
Sebadee .......................N
Seeanythingyoulike ....N
Seeing Things ............ W
Seeking Attention ...... W
Shania Says ............... W
She?s Rosanna...........Le
Sheer Poetry ...............N
Sheriff Garrett .............R
Shesgotthelot............. Li
Shintori ........................N
Shudbeme ...................R
Sienna Says ...............Le
Signore Piccolo .........Le
Silver Gleam................R
Singing Sands ........... W
Sir Dylan ..................... W
Snookered .................. W
Solid Man ...................Le
Sorority ....................... Li
Speculator .................. W
Star Maker .................. Li
Star Of Vendome ....... Li
Starlit Night .................N
Starshell ..................... Li
State Residence......... W
Steel Native .................N
Stevie Brown..............Le
Strangsmill ..................N
Subhaan ..................... W
Sweettoothtommy ......N
Tailwind ...................... Li
Tamih .......................... W
Team Meeting ............ Li
Tenby Two...................R
7.50
2.00
8.50
7.20
8.40
8.40
6.40
2.50
7.20
2.30
3.10
7.20
5.00
4.20
4.50
2.30
7.40
9.10
8.40
2.20
3.10
9.10
5.10
3.10
7.20
5.10
8.40
6.20
2.50
5.50
7.10
6.20
4.10
7.10
2.40
2.30
The Dancing Lord ...... Li
The Lacemaker .......... W
The Perfect Show ...... W
The Stalking Moon ....Le
The Wexfordian ..........N
Thornaby Nash ...........R
Tony Soprano ............ W
Top of The Bank ........ Li
Top Of The Rocks ......N
Torment ...................... Li
Total Power ................ W
Trust The Indian ........Le
Trusting Friend .......... W
Tweetheart...................R
Tweeting ......................R
Twilight Spirit.............Le
Uphold ........................ W
Varun?s Bride ............. W
Ventura Blues ............Le
Vernatti .......................Le
Vice Marshal ..............Le
Vizier ...........................Le
Volpone Jelois ............N
Westerland .................Le
Whatzdjazz ..................N
Whispered Kiss ......... Li
Whitecliff Park ........... W
Whitecrest .................. Li
Willsy ...........................R
Wink Oliver..................R
Wolfcatcherjack ......... W
Wurood .......................Le
Your Gifted ................. W
Yul Finegold ............... W
Zakatal ........................ W
Zoraya ......................... Li
2.10
7.40
6.10
5.20
6.20
3.00
6.40
4.40
7.20
4.40
6.10
2.50
6.40
5.00
2.00
5.20
9.10
8.40
5.20
3.50
1.50
3.50
6.50
1.50
5.50
2.10
9.10
4.40
3.00
3.00
7.10
5.20
6.10
9.10
8.10
3.10
TOWCESTER
SHEFFIELD
Hurry Up Heidi (5) 9-2, Skoor
Blaster (4) 3-1, bf: �.17, tri: (5-4-6)
�.58. 12.39: Well Worn (3) 7-4 fav,
Pennys Karma (1) 10-1, bf: �.41,
tri: (3-1-6) �.31. 12.57: Hazy
Snowey (2) 5-1, Rock It Aleera (4)
5-2, bf: �.73, tri: (2-4-3) �7.11.
1.11: Reahill Peach (1) 3-1 jt-fav, Idir
An Bheirt (3) 7-2, bf: �.76, tri:
(1-3-4) �.04. 1.27: Black Domino
(4) 3-1, Murlens Redhot (5) 8-1, bf:
�.61, tri: (4-5-2) �.75. 1.44:
Sporting Captain (5) 4-1, Galtee
Lady (3) 7-2, bf: �.57, tri: (5-3-6)
�.82. 1.58: Pawsforbaker (6) 5-1,
Jaffer (5) 7-4 fav, NR: Sameagain
Totti (res), bf: �.66, tri: (6-5-3)
�.63. Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6)
�0.00, (Races 9-14) �0.00.
2.00
3.20
8.40
5.10
7.20
3.20
7.10
3.40
9.10
9.10
8.40
2.20
6.40
4.20
3.00
2.50
2.10
8.50
6.40
3.20
1.50
7.20
8.20
4.10
4.00
4.20
7.40
4.00
2.40
3.20
5.00
9.10
4.10
2.40
4.50
3.20
(A6)
500m
5426 Cals Slip (rl ro).................................30.15
5636 Coldasice (md ro) ............................29.66
2244 Harton Grand (md ro) ......................29.75
6653 Drive To Doon (sa ro) ......................29.80
3214 WHINMOOR ACT (md ep) ..............30.05
6233 Shes Mas (wd ro)............................29.75
Star betting: 11-4 Harton Grand, Shes Mas,
7-2 Whinmoor Act, 4 Coldasice, 11-2 Cals Slip, 6
Drive To Doon.
8.58 DEBBYCOT RUBY (6)
Voltair Lass (4)
9.14 BARNTICK BOUND (nap) (5)
Fearsome Fever (3)
7.31
(A9)
480m
7.47
(A8)
480m
8.02
(D4)
260m
1
5 Millbank Gaze (rl ro) .................. 29.82
2 344 SOPHIES ECLIPSE (md ep)..... 29.31
3 5 8 Rumble Hi (md ro) ..................... 29.58
4
2 Dunham Shiraz (md ep) ............ 29.40
5 524 Fiftytwosteps (md ro) ................. 29.51
6 1326 Active Saturn (wd ro) ............... 29.85
Star betting: 9-4 Active Saturn, 5-2
Fiftytwosteps, 3 Sophies Eclipse.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4545 Specks Lady (md md) ............... 29.99
4 Cibulkova (rl ro) ......................... 29.15
6 53 Killowney Kate (wd ro)............... 29.52
4651 Karlys Sunset (md ro)................ 29.07
731 Swift Ciara (rl ep) ..................... 29.18
34 7 LILLY LILLY (wd ep) ................ 29.59
Star betting: 2 Karlys Sunset, 3 Swift
Ciara, 4 Lilly Lilly, 5 Cibulkova.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6446 Alex May Star (rl ro) .................. 15.81
Rummy Major (md ep)............... 00.00
364 Spangles (rl ro) ......................... 16.02
6665 Micks Flame (md ro).................. 16.33
6632 SMALL MARGINS (md ep)....... 16.07
5365 Inkspot (ep ro) ........................... 16.17
Star betting: 2 Spangles, Small Margins,
3 Alex May Star, 6 Inkspot, 8 Rummy Major,
Micks Flame.
8.18
(A7)
480m
1 213 JACOBS NEV (sa fw) ............... 28.99
2 6346 Swift Beckham (rl ro) ............... 15.87
3 5 5 Swift Kaylee (rl ro) ..................... 29.33
4 5 84 Head Iton Carl (md ro)............... 29.32
5 6644 Hot Box (md ro) ......................... 29.22
6 886 Sweetheart Abbey (wd fw) ........ 28.99
Star betting: 2 Swift Beckham, 5-2
Jacobs Nev, 3 Head Iton Carl, 6 Swift Kaylee,
Hot Box, Sweetheart Abbey.
8.34
(S3)
686m
1 7156 Moopaige Larlee (sa fw) ............ 42.44
2 124 HEDSOR MISTY (md ep).......... 42.29
3 242 Chantilly Dream (rl ro) ............. 42.20
4 5434 Winking Paradise (md ep) ......... 42.60
5 233 Lughill Teddy (wd ep) ................ 42.27
6 3 1 Catunda Daisy (wd ep) .............. 42.68
Star betting: 3 Hedsor Misty, Chantilly
Dream, Lughill Teddy, 4 Moopaige Larlee, 5
Winking Paradise, 11-2 Catunda Daisy.
8.50
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A6)
480m
2322 Forest Blossom (rl ro).............. 28.70
111 Letter Maurice (rl ro) .................. 28.77
5135 Ribble Rush (sa fw) ................... 28.48
6364 Rahtulla Star (wd ep)................. 28.78
1454 SLIPPY LEGEND (NAP) (sa md) . 28.78
3 23 Rory Breaker (md ro)................. 28.63
Star betting: 9-4 Slippy Legend, 5-2 Rory
Breaker, 4 Forest Blossom, 5 Letter Maurice,
11-2 Ribble Rush, Rahtulla Star.
9.06
(D3)
260m
9.24
(A4)
480m
9.40
(A3)
480m
9.56
(D2)
260m
10.11
(A2)
480m
10.26
(S1)
686m
10.40
(A6)
480m
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
31 6 Together Forever (rl ro) ............. 15.84
3455 Miss Eastwood (md ep) ............. 15.79
3 Farloe Blade (rl ro) ................... 15.79
6 Jota El Rey (rl ro) ...................... 16.08
4251 Towstar Sasha (md ro) .............. 16.03
11 4 QUIVERS MACCHU (wd ro) ..... 15.78
Star betting: 9-4 Miss Eastwood.
6513 TIP TOP TARA (rl ep) ............... 28.51
5213 Swift Henry (rl ro) ...................... 28.54
3423 Slick Selkirk (md ro) .................. 28.37
6552 Jolie Lace (rl ep) ........................ 28.57
6132 Magical Billy (wd ro) ................ 28.56
6211 No Premonition (sa wd) ............. 28.29
Star betting: 5-2 Tip Top Tara.
5243 Coolavanny Artur (rl ro)........... 28.59
1 11 BODELL RISK (nb) (rl ro)......... 28.59
5641 Hey Seamus (sa fw) .................. 28.66
1342 Fabulous Station (sa fw)............ 28.28
1155 Always Eager (md ro) ................ 28.50
1646 Magical Riley (wd ro) ................. 28.70
Star betting: 2 Hey Seamus, 9-4 Bodell Risk.
2415 Borna Bug (rl fw) ....................... 15.64
313d Onyergorusty (rl ro) ................... 15.83
6241 Swift Dartmoor (rl ro) ............... 00.00
4255 Nimrod Son (ep ro) .................... 15.79
5422 TOWSTAR LUCY (wd ro) ......... 15.52
1323 Paulees Bluemoon (wd ep) ....... 15.61
Star betting: 7-4 Swift Dartmoor.
1
2
3
4
5
6
214 Tis Sunday (ep rl) ..................... 28.64
4311 Some Truth (rl fw)...................... 28.30
5246 BLANEMORE DIVA (wd ep)..... 29.57
Vacant Trap
1143 Droopys Hobart (ep fw) ............. 28.71
4116 Alarming Hades (MD RO) ......... 28.26
Star betting: 7-4 Alarming Hades, 2 Tis
Sunday, 5-2 Blanemore Diva, 5 Some Truth.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1363 Reel Style (ep rl)........................ 41.90
4 54 Slippy Maska (rl ro) .................. 42.12
7114 FREE AS AN EAGLE (rl ep)..... 41.84
812 Raparee Soldier (md ep) ........... 42.06
1455 Kilara Pharoah (rl ep) ................ 41.84
4516 Romeo Approach (sa ro) ........... 42.37
Star betting: 2 Slippy Maska, Free As An
Eagle, 7-2 Reel Style, 8 Raparee Soldier.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2211 JONSTAR (rl ro) ........................ 28.76
3 57 Bravo Delta (md ro) ................... 29.11
2 1 Chantilly In Red (rl ep) ............. 28.97
2632 Swift Cobra (rl ro) ...................... 28.67
13 3 Lemming Clover (md ep) ........... 28.97
84 4 Copeland Rory (ep wd) ............. 29.01
Star betting: 2 Jonstar, 5-2 Swift Cobra.
38
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
LEICESTER
NEW QUARTERS
WHO?S HOT WHO?S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins
last 14 days) R Hannon 15; R Fahey 14;
M Johnston 12; W Haggas 11; D Skelton
11; C Appleby 10; R Varian 10; D
O?Meara 9; Sir M Stoute 8; A Balding 8;
M Appleby 8; R Beckett 7; C Cox 6; Eve
J-Houghton 6; R Cowell 6; I Williams 6;
R Charlton 6; K Dalgleish 6.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 161;
Miss K George 86; P Phelan 85; Clare
Ellam 73; D Broad 73; C J Gray 73; J
Holt 49; Mrs K Stephens 46; Mrs K Tutty
43; Miss J Du Plessis 41; Miss J Ellis 36;
C Teague 36; Mrs E B Scott 36.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days)
R L Moore 15; S De Sousa 15; R
Johnson 13; J Crowley 11; W Buick 11;
N Fehily 11; P Hanagan 10; H Skelton
10; A Coleman 10; J P Spencer 9; A
Kirby 8; L Dettori 8; D Tudhope 8.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) S Drowne 109; D Brock 46; P
Vaughan 40; N Farley 36; R Ffrench 33;
Mr S Ellicott 33; G Tutty 32; Ben
Robinson 32; D G Noonan 32.
LONGEST TRAVELLER
Concur (5.00 RED)
Count Simon (3.30 RED)
Bingo George (5.00 RED)
Sorority (3.10 LIN)
Katebird (5.10 LIN)
Glorvina (3.40 LIN)
326miles
271miles
271miles
270miles
270miles
259miles
BEST EACH WAY
EMBLETON (8.40, Wolverhampton) has
hinted at ability on the all-weather and
should appreciate the step up in trip.
ONE TO SWERVE
PATTIE (3.30, Redcar) is starting to
look exposed after five outings and vulnerable to an improver.
HORSES having their first runs for new
trainers.
LEICESTER: 5.20 Little Miss Lola (G
Swinbank to Sally Haynes), 5.20 Night
Law (A Balding to R Fahey).
NEWTON ABBOT: 5.50 Lady
Jameson (J J Hanlon to A Dunn), 7.20
Pension Madness (M Usher to J
Farrelly), 7.50 Scorpion Star (A Pennock
to M Hill), 8.20 Breaking Ground (E
Kent to Mrs R Ford), 8.20 Horse Force
One (Miss B Childs to P Hobbs), 8.50
According To Trev (A Hill to Mrs L Hill).
REDCAR: 4.00 Economic Crisis (J
Riches to C Teague), 4.30 Bay Station
(D Nicholls to J Ward), 4.30 Endeavour
(R Hannon to Mrs M Fife).
WOLVERHAMPTON: 6.10 Absolutely
Awesome (S Dixon to J Butler), 8.40
Mick The Poser (A Keatley to J
Candlish), 9.10 Pretty Jewel (S
Hollinshead to K Frost), 9.10 Sailor
Malan (Miss G Kelleway to Miss S
Smith).
MAGIC COMBINATION
LEICESTER: L Dettori rides 1.50
Westerland, 3.20 Cashla Bay for J
Gosden, previous combinations 2 wins
from 9 mounts 22% strike rate at
course.
LINGFIELD: L Morris rides 4.40
Whitecrest for J Spearing, previous
combinations 2 wins from 10 mounts
20% strike rate at course.
NEWTON ABBOT: R Johnson rides
7.50 Scorpion Star for M Hill, previous
combinations 2 wins from 9 mounts
22% strike rate at course.
REDCAR: P Makin rides 3.30 Bolder
Bob, 4.30 Logi for T D Barron, previous
combinations 2 wins from 9 mounts
22% strike rate at course.
WOLVERHAMPTON: S Gray rides
8.10 Little Stampy for D Broad, previous combinations 3 wins from 3
mounts 100% strike rate at course.
HANDICAP BLOT
MULZIM (2.40, Lingfield) improved for
his handicap debut and can defy a 3lb
hike.
THIS WEEKEND'S POOLS
UEFA Champions
League Final
1 Juventus v Real Madrid ............. 2
International Matches
2 Holland v Ivory Coast ................ 1
3 Portugal v Cyprus ...................... 1
4 Rep of Ireland v Uruguay .......... 2
Turkish Spor Toto Super Lig
5 Adanaspor v Fenerbahce .......... 2
6 A Belediye v Karabukspor ....... X
7 Antalyaspor v Gaziantepspor ... 1
8 Besiktas v Osmanlispor ............ 1
9 Galatasaray v Konyaspor .......... 1
10 Genclerbirligi v Kasimpasa ..... X
11 Kayserispor v I Basaksehir ..... 2
12 C Rizespor v Alanyaspor ......... X
13 Trabzonspor v Bursaspor ....... 1
Swedish Allsvenskan
14 AFC Eskilstuna v AIK .............. 2
15 Hammarby v Djurgarden ......... X
16 Jonkopings S v Malmo FF....... 2
17 Kalmar FF v Orebro ................. 2
18 IFK Norrkoping v IFK Goteborg .. X
19 Ostersunds FK v GIF Sundsvall . 1
20 Sirius v Halmstads BK............. 1
Norwegian Tippeligaen
21 Aalesund v Haugesund ........... 1
22 Odd v SK Brann ....................... X
23 Rosenborg v Stromsgodset .... 1
24 Sarpsborg 08 v Molde.............. X
25 Sogndal v Sandefjord .............. X
26 Stabaek v Lillestrom ................ 1
27 Viking FK v Kristiansund BK .. 2
Brazilian Campeonato
28 Avai v Sport Recife .................. X
29 Corinthians v Santos ............... 1
30 Coritiba v A Paranaense.......... 2
31 Cruzeiro v Chapecoense ......... 2
32 Flamengo v Botafogo .............. 1
33 Fluminense v Vitoria ................ 1
34 Gremio v Vasco da Gama........ 1
35 Palmeiras v Atletico Mineiro ... X
36 Ponte Preta v Sao Paulo.......... X
American MLS
37 C Rapids v Columbus Crew .... 2
38 DC United v L.A Galaxy ........... 2
39 FC Dallas v Real Salt Lake ...... 1
40 S Kansas City v Minnesota Utd ... X
41 Montreal Impact v NY Red Bulls.. 1
42 N.E Revolution v Toronto FC .. 2
43 New York City FC v Philadelphia U . 1
44 Orlando City FC v Chicargo Fire . X
45 Seattle Sounders FC v H Dynamo . 1
46 Vancouver W v Atlanta Utd ..... X
Romanian liga
47 Botosani v Pandurii ................. 1
48 Voluntari v Concordia C .......... 2
49 Gaz Metan M v ACS Poli T ...... X
FILLIES? HANDICAP
3.20 CORONATION
Class 4 3YO 7f (13 runners)
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
MAIDEN STAKES (DIV 1)
1.50 EBF
Class 4 2YO 6f (11 runners)
�175
1 (1)
0 ADMIRAL SPICE (27) T Dascombe 9 5 ...........R Kingscote 81
2 (10)
30 AIRSHOW (46)(H) B Millman 9 5 ........................ DOUBTFUL 92
3 (7)
L CITY GUEST (28) G Margarson 9 5 .....................D Muscutt 88
4 (4)
FIGHTING IRISH H Dunlop 9 5...................................A Kirby 72
5 (11)
3 GEORGE (11) S Kirk 9 5 ............................................P Dobbs 98
6 (2)
HEY GAMAN J Tate 9 5 .................................. Martin Harley 79
7 (3)
MATCH MAKER S Crisford 9 5 ............................. R L Moore 81
8 (5)
MOAKKAD M Johnston 9 5 .................................... J Crowley 95
9 (8)
RHOSNEIGR C Hills 9 5 .............................................W Buick 88
10 (9)
VICE MARSHAL C Fellowes 9 5 ..........................S Donohoe 75
11 (6)
2 WESTERLAND (11)(BF) J Gosden 9 5 ...................L Dettori ?99
Star Betting: ? 11-8 Westerland, 5 Match Maker, 6 George, 15-2
Moakkad, 10 Rhosneigr, 14 Admiral Spice, 16 others.
STARFORM: WESTERLAND DANGER: George
2.20
EBF MAIDEN STAKES (PLUS 10) (DIV 2)
Class 4
2YO 6f (10 runners)
�175
1 (8)
AUSTIN POWERS M Johnston 9 5 ........................J Fanning 95
2 (7)
5 BUDGIE (22) M Tompkins 9 5 ...............................S Donohoe 95
3 (1)
FREE SPIRITED R Fahey 9 5 .............................. T Hamilton 86
4 (9)
GENERAL ZOFF W Muir 9 5.....................................M Dwyer 75
5 (5)
JAMES GARFIELD G Scott 9 5....................... Oisin Murphy ?99
6 (6)
0 JUNE DOG (31) R Hannon 9 5...................................S Levey 82
7 (4)
3 LEESHAAN (29) J Tate 9 5 ............................ Martin Harley 97
8 (3)
L OWEN THE LAW (39) P Evans 9 5 .........................J F Egan 76
9 (2)
PRINCE AHWAHNEE C Cox 9 5 ................................A Kirby 95
10(10)
L SOLID MAN (23) R Beckett 9 5.............................. F M Berry 90
Star Betting: ? 13-8 Leeshaan, 5 Austin Powers, 11-2 Free Spirited,
6 Prince Ahwahnee, 8 James Garfield, 12 June Dog, 14 others.
STARFORM: FREE SPIRITED DANGER: Leeshaan
CLAIMING STAKES
2.50 STATHERN
Class 5 3YO 7f (9 runners)
�881
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(2) -004 KINGS ACADEMY (6)(T) P Cole 9 11...Paul St John-dennis (7) 93
(6) 4225 ALLEGHENY BAY (20) J S Moore 9 1 .....................L Jones 93
(3) 4204 JET SETTER (53)(BF) A Carroll 9 1 ...................G Downing 93
(8) 2205 RAG TATTER (15)(P*) K Ryan 9 1 ............................K Stott ?99
(9) 0-3L STEVIE BROWN (30)(P*) D Brown 8 11....... Oisin Murphy 97
(4) -050 TRUST THE INDIAN (127)(P) W G M Turner 8 9 .R While (5) 86
(5) 3-32 BLACK BUBBA (5) P Evans 8 5..............................J F Egan 98
(1) 564 COOKIE?S STAR (35) P McBride 8 4 ... Josephine Gordon 98
(7) LL0- SHE?S ROSANNA (209) Steph Hollinshead 8 0 ...R Ffrench 92
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Rag Tatter, 9-2 Allegheny Bay, 5 Black Bubba, 6
Jet Setter, Stevie Brown, Kings Academy, 8 Cookie?s Star, 25 Others.
STARFORM: BLACK BUBBA DANGER: Rag Tatter
3.50
FOREST HANDICAP
Class 4
1m 2f (7 runners)
�301
1 (6) 1213 MR RED CLUBS (11)(A)(H,P) M Appleby 8 9 7
Raymond Dawson (7) 95
2 (7) -055 CRAFTSMANSHIP (45)(D,A,G,S)(P) R Eddery 6 9 6 ...P Sirigu 86
3 (5) -LL0 LORD FRANKLIN (17)(C,D3,G,S) E Alston 8 9 6 .N Farley 92
4 (2) 10-6 VIZIER (26)(S) D O?Meara 4 9 5 ..........................D Tudhope 93
5 (3) L-21 VERNATTI (28)(D,G) Mrs P Sly 4 9 2 ............... Rob Hornby ?99
6 (1) 4052 ANTON CHIGURH (J10)(A,S) Mrs N Evans 8 9 0 ... R Kingscote 90
7 (4) 05-2 DORA?S FIELD (14) W Kittow 4 9 0 ................ Oisin Murphy 95
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Dora?s Field, 3 Vernatti, 4 Mr Red Clubs, 6
Craftsmanship, 7 Vizier, 10 Anton Chigurh, 20 Lord Franklin.
STARFORM: DORA?S FIELD DANGER: Vernatti
NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
4.20 EBF
Class 4 2YO 5f (11 runners)
PATRICK WEAVER
�469
1 (6) 60-0 ARWA (38)(G) C Hills 9 9 ...........................................W Buick 87
2 (12) -121 CHEVAL BLANCHE (30)(D,A,F,G) M Bell 9 8 G Wood (5) 91
3 (4) 0-20 JULE IN THE CROWN (39)(G) M Channon 9 8 J Crowley 87
4 (3) 021- PARLANCE (222)(D,A) Sir M Stoute 9 7 ............. R L Moore ?99
5 (1) 1-1 PAVILLON (20)(A) C Cox 9 6 .....................................A Kirby 98
6 (13) L63- BAHAMADAM (244)(G) Eve J-Houghton 9 5 ...... R Winston 85
7 (7) 21- CASHLA BAY (213)(D,G) J Gosden 9 3 ................L Dettori 96
8 (8) 51- PHALABORWA (260)(D,A) E Vaughan 9 1..........H Bentley 90
9 (2) 21-L BROGAN (41)(D,G) T Dascombe 9 1 ...............R Kingscote 89
10 (9) 61-0 SAYEM (26)(D,A) Ed Walker 8 13................Thomas Brown 91
11(11) 01-4 RELY ON ME (20)(G) A Balding 8 13............. Oisin Murphy 85
12(10) 2-21 RUTHERFORD (82)(D,A) K Ryan 8 13 ......................K Stott 88
13 (5) L-5L3 FASTNET SPIN (1)(D,S)(V) P Evans 8 8 ..............J F Egan 85
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Parlance, 4 Cheval Blanche, 5 Cashla Bay, 7
Pavillon, 8 Rutherford, 12 others.
STARFORM: CASHLA BAY DANGER: Pavillon
�469
1 (1)
2 (4)
3 (9)
4 (5)
5 (11)
6 (8)
7 (10)
8 (7)
9 (6)
10 (2)
4 ALASKA (10) S Kirk 9 2 ................................... Oisin Murphy 91
CATAPULT R Eddery 9 2 ............................................P Sirigu 71
CHARNOCK RICHARD D Brown 9 2 .........................A Kirby 79
03 DEMONS ROCK (18) T Dascombe 9 2 ............R Kingscote ?99
MUTABAAHY E Dunlop 9 2 ................................... J Crowley 70
QUAYSIDE R Fahey 9 2 ....................................... T Hamilton 83
ROUSSEL C Appleby 9 2 ............................................W Buick 91
0 JIVE LADY (11) M Johnston 8 11 ..........................J Fanning 83
63 MOCEAD CAPPALL (18)(H*) J Holt 8 11 ............R Ffrench 85
ONEFOOTINPARADISE P McBride 8 11
Josephine Gordon 71
11 (3)
SIENNA SAYS A Carroll 8 11 ...............................G Downing 70
Star Betting: ? 2 Roussel, 7-2 Alaska, 5 Mutabaahy, 6 Demons Rock,
10 Quayside, 12 Charnock Richard, 14 Jive Lady, 25 others.
STARFORM: ALASKA DANGER: Mutabaahy
Westerland (treble)
Leeshaan
Black Bubba
Pavillon
Dora?s Field
Alaska
Borough Boy
Fabric
STAR TIP
1.50
2.20
2.50
3.20
3.50
4.20
4.50
5.20
George
Leeshaan
Rag Tatter
Cashla Bay (nap)
Vizier
Alaska
Borough Boy
Everkyllachy
HANDICAP
4.50 OADBY
Class 5 5f (9 runners)
�881
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(8) 00-4 SIGNORE PICCOLO (10)(D2,G,S)(H) David Loughnane 6 9 8 ...Rossa Ryan (7) 91
(3) R0-L BAHAMIAN HEIGHTS (36)(G)(H) R Cowell 6 9 7... G Downing 89
(6) 2566 OUT OF THE ASHES (11)(A)(B*,H*,T) Mohamed Moubarak 4 9 2...J Crowley 88
(5) -U45 CASTERBRIDGE (17)(D3,S) E Alston 5 9 2 ...........N Farley 88
(4) 5440 EMJAYEM (17)(D4,A,F,G) J Holt 7 9 0 ................R Ffrench 92
(1) 2562 BURTONWOOD (7)(D2,A,G)(P) Julie Camacho 5 8 11..C Rodriguez (5) ?99
(9) 62L6 SARABI (9)(D2,A,S)(P) S Dixon 4 8 11 ................ F M Berry 94
(7) 4142 BOROUGH BOY (7)(D5,A,S)(V) D Shaw 7 8 11T Hamilton 94
(2) 62-0 JOHN JOINER (17)(D2,G,S) P Hedger 5 8 8 ......J Fanning 97
Star Betting: ? 3 Borough Boy, 7-2 Burtonwood, 4 Signore Piccolo, 5
Casterbridge, 12 Others.
STARFORM: BOROUGH BOY DANGER: John Joiner
3-Y-O FILLIES? HANDICAP
5.20 SAFFRON
Class 5 3YO 6f (14 runners)
�528
1 (4) 11-5 VENTURA BLUES (53)(CD,D,A,S) R Hannon 9 9 P Dobbs 92
2 (14) 2-L5 JUMPING AROUND (24)(D,G) I Williams 9 9 ...D Tudhope 92
3 (5) 5-16 WUROOD (35)(BF,A)(T*) W Haggas 9 8............. J Crowley 92
4 (8) 140- NIGHT LAW (234)(G) R Fahey 9 7 .................... T Hamilton 87
5 (10) 41-0 MAGICAL DREAMER (32)(D,A)(H*) J Fanshawe 9 7 ...D Muscutt 92
6 (7) 203- NORWEGIAN HIGHNESS (197)(S) K Ryan 9 6 ....L Edmunds (5) 87
7 (1) 555- BASSMAH (298) I Mohammed 9 5.......................S Donohoe 83
8 (11) 2-62 FABRIC (20)(BF,G) R Hannon 9 4.............. Rossa Ryan (7) 91
9 (12) 60-2 THE STALKING MOON (21)(D,S) J J Quinn 9 2 .. F M Berry 92
10 (6) 050- OUR GRETA (239)(S) M Appleby 9 2 ..Raymond Dawson (7) 83
11 (3) -261 EDGED IN BLUE (35)(D,G) K Burke 8 10 ....J Vaughan (3) ?99
12 (9) 303- TWILIGHT SPIRIT (249) A Carroll 8 9 ...............G Downing 81
13 (2) 0L-5 LITTLE MISS LOLA (17) Sally Haynes 8 7 .............N Farley 79
14(13) -631 EVERKYLLACHY (13)(D,G)(B) J S Moore 8 2 .......L Jones 87
Star Betting: ? 5 Wurood, 6 Norwegian Highness, 8 Ventura Blues,
Edged In Blue, 10 others.
STARFORM: MAGICAL DREAMER DANGER: Fabric
WOLVERHAMPTON
PATRICK WEAVER
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
Dandilion
Tony Soprano
Karijini
Royal Icon
Little Stampy
Ching Ching Lor
Speculator
OF COMMERCE HANDICAP
6.10 CHAMBER
Class 6 5f (11 runners)
�264
1 (7) L0-0 TOTAL POWER (14)(D,S) B Ellison 4 9 12 .. Ben Robinson (7) 89
2 (6) -00L BOP IT (27)(D,G,S)(T) M W Easterby 8 9 11
Harrison Shaw (7) 93
3 (3) 2010 CRUISE TOTHELIMIT (48)(CD,D5,A,G,S)(B*,T)
P Morris 9 9 10 Connor Murtagh (7) 93
4 (11) 6504 ARCHIE STEVENS (40)(CD2,C3,D,A,G) Clare Ellam 7 9 9
P Pilley (5) 88
5 (2) 60L- YOUR GIFTED (318)(CD5,D7,A,G,S)(V)
Mrs L Williamson 10 9 9 Jordan Uys (7) 91
6 (1) 4010 LLEWELLYN (10)(D,A,S)(V) D Carroll 9 9 7 .... Phil Dennis (5) ?99
7 (8) -0L1 FRANGARRY (25)(D2,A,S) A Bailey 5 9 7 ..Josephine Gordon 91
8 (4) 6-00 THE PERFECT SHOW (6) J Bradley 4 9 5 .......... R Winston 90
9 (9) 44-3 ABSOLUTELY AWESOME (129) J Butler 3 9 3 ...J F Egan 93
10 (5) 0052 DANDILION (25)(CD,A)(T) A Hales 4 9 3 ..C Shepherd (3) 93
11(10) 2442 MR CHUCKLES (15)(BF,D,S)(B,E) D Loughnane 4 8 13...Oisin Murphy 98
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Mr Chuckles, 4 Frangarry, 9-2 Dandilion, 5
Absolutely Awesome, 8 Llewellyn, 10 Cruise Tothelimit, 12 others.
2016: Dutch Archer 3 9 4, R Kingscote 13-2 (J Gask), drawn (9), 10 ran.
STARFORM: FRANGARRY DANGER: Dandilion
STAKES (PLUS 10)
6.40 NOVICE
Class 4 2YO 6f (13 runners)
�946
1 (10)
AWSAAF S Crisford 9 2 .................................................A Kirby 84
2 (1)
9 BARBARIANATTHEGATE (1) B Meehan 9 2 .............K Fox 73
3 (11)
30 CROWNTHORPE (29) R Fahey 9 2...... Sammy Jo Bell (3) 94
4 (5)
53 GLOBAL EXCEED (7) E Dunlop 9 2..........................J Quinn 88
5 (3)
JAALBOOT Owen Burrows 9 2 .................................D O?Neill 82
6 (9)
MR CARBONATOR R Fahey 9 2 .. Adam J McNamara (3) 84
7 (6)
46 OUR MAN IN HAVANA (10)(BF) T Dascombe 9 2 ...R Kingscote 92
8 (4)
PURAMENTE J Hughes 9 2 ......................................A Mullen 68
9 (8)
0 TONY SOPRANO (39) M Meade 9 2 ....................H Bentley 86
10 (7)
2 TRUSTING FRIEND (24) K Ryan 9 2 ........................K Stott 90
11 (2)
20 KHELEYF?S GIRL (46)(BF) P Evans 8 11 .............J F Egan 91
12(12)
4 REFLECT ALEXANDER (8) P Evans 8 11 ...............S Levey ?99
13(13)
4 SHANIA SAYS (18) A Carroll 8 11 ........................ W Carson 87
Star Betting: ? 4 Trusting Friend, 5 Jaalboot, 6 Our Man In Havana,
7 Global Exceed, Awsaaf, 10 Kheleyf?s Girl, 12 others.
2016: Pleaseletmewin 9 2, F M Berry 6-4 Fav (R Beckett), drawn (4), 6 ran.
STARFORM: TRUSTING FRIEND DANGER: Jaalboot
7.10
Cruise Tothelimit
Our Man In Havana
Narjes
Favourite Royal
Gabrial?s Star
Love And Be Loved
Frap
RACING MAIDEN STAKES
Class 5
CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON HCAP
8.10 INVEST
Class 4 2m 120yds (5 runners)
�852
STAR TIP
6.10
6.40
7.10
7.40
8.10
8.40
9.10
3YO 7f (12 runners)
�234
1 (5)
BLAZED R Charlton 9 5............................................ F M Berry 83
2 (8)
23 DHALAM (38)(BF)(T*) J Gosden 9 5 ......................L Dettori 93
3 (2)
4 MYSTERY OF WAR (111) G Scott 9 5 ...........F Yarham (7) 84
4 (9) 2-0 NATAJACK (58) R Fahey 9 5 ....... Adam J McNamara (3) 92
5 (4)
PLUTONIAN C Hills 9 5.................................C Shepherd (3) 74
6 (6)
SUBHAAN R Varian 9 5 .......................................... J Crowley 94
7 (1)
TAMIH R Varian 9 5..................................................J Mitchell 93
8 (12)
WOLFCATCHERJACK Sir M Prescott 9 5 ..............R Powell 82
9 (11)
EMILENE(H*) W Brisbourne 9 0 ............................. W Carson 62
10 (3)
3 INSHIRAAH (14) G Peckham 9 0 ............................A Mullen 90
11(10)
3 KARIJINI (22) S Crisford 9 0 ....................................D O?Neill ?99
12 (7) 63- NARJES (232)(BF)(H*) J Fanshawe 9 0 ........... G Wood (5) 88
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Dhalam, 5 Subhaan, 13-2 Narjes, 8 Blazed, 10
Natajack, Karijini, 12 Plutonian, 14 Tamih, 16 others.
STARFORM: DHALAM DANGER: Karijini
7.40
AT THE RACES VIRGIN 535 FILLIES? HCAP
Class 5
1m 1f (8 runners)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
�073
(6) 0-05 BEATBYBEATBYBEAT (18)(G,S)(V) A Brittain 4 9 10 .. C Hardie 91
(8) 6-10 NOSTALGIE (12)(CD,A) J Tate 3 9 3 ........... Martin Harley ?99
(7) 03-1 GHADAAYER (34)(G) Sir M Stoute 3 9 3 ............. J Crowley 97
(1) 3-30 THE LACEMAKER (17) E Dunlop 3 9 1 ....................A Kirby 90
(5) 6-24 FAVOURITE ROYAL (31) Eve J-Houghton 3 9 0 R Winston 91
(2) L-446 SINGING SANDS (1)(T) S Durack 3 8 12...... Oisin Murphy 94
(3) 24-3 ROYAL ICON (50) K Ryan 3 8 5 ............................Joe Doyle 92
(4) 46-L DUCHESS OF FIFE (24) W Knight 3 8 5 ...Josephine Gordon 94
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Ghadaayer, 4 Nostalgie, 5 Favourite Royal, 6
Royal Icon, 10 Singing Sands, 12 The Lacemaker, 14 Others.
STARFORM: GHADAAYER DANGER: Nostalgie
1
2
3
4
5
(2) 2615 ZAKATAL (11)(CD,C2,A,S) Rebecca Menzies 11 9 10 ..D Costello 90
(5) 00-0 GABRIAL?S STAR (18)(C,A,G,S)(P) R Fahey 8 9 7 Adam J McNamara (3) 89
(3) 1115 MASTERSON (17)(CD,A,F,G) M Channon 4 9 0 . S De Sousa ?99
(4) 55-L LADY MAKFI (64)(CD,C,A) J Farrelly 5 9 0.......S Donohoe 86
(1) 60-4 LITTLE STAMPY (20)(CD,C2,A)(P) D Broad (IRE) 6 8 7 . S Gray 83
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Little Stampy, 15-8 Masterson, 5 Zakatal, 8 Lady
Makfi, Gabrial?s Star.
STARFORM: LADY MAKFI DANGER: Gabrial?s Star
INVESTMENT HANDICAP
8.40 INWARD
Class 6 3YO 1m 1f (13 run)
�264
1 (9) L-46 PRIMADONIA (17) R Hughes 9 7 .......................... F M Berry 89
2 (5) 1-04 SNOOKERED (26)(G) R Fahey 9 7Adam J McNamara (3) ?99
3 (11) -000 SEEING THINGS (35)(T) P McBride 9 5 ...Josephine Gordon 89
4 (2) -240 A BIT OF GINGER (26) Mrs A Duffield 9 3.................S Gray 91
5 (13) 60004 STATE RESIDENCE (1)(P,T*) D O?Meara 9 3 ..D Tudhope 98
6 (7) -001 CHING CHING LOR (22)(G) D Carroll 9 1 .............. T Eaves 95
7 (4) 50L0 SEEKING ATTENTION (27)(B*) G Scott 9 0Oisin Murphy 98
8 (12) 00-L PEKING FLYER (52)(T*) Ed Walker 8 13 .......R Kingscote 95
9 (3) 40-L EMBLETON (13) C Wallis 8 13 .....................L Edmunds (5) 89
10 (6) 3-40 VARUN?S BRIDE (15)(BF) R Hannon 8 13 .......S De Sousa 98
11(10) 0L34 LOVE AND BE LOVED (35) J Flint 8 12 .............D Muscutt 89
12 (1) 0600 GREYJOY (13) S Kirk 8 10 .......................................M Dwyer 87
13 (8) L0L- MICK THE POSER (351) Jennie Candlish 8 7 .......A Mullen 94
Star Betting: ? 3 Snookered, 5 Ching Ching Lor, 11-2 Love And Be
Loved, 6 Varun?s Bride, 10 State Residence, 12 others.
STARFORM: SNOOKERED DANGER: Ching Ching Lor
OF OPPORTUNITY HANDICAP
9.10 CITY
Class 6 1m 4f (12 runners)
�264
1 (12) 4260 DOVE MOUNTAIN (74)(C,A,G)(P,T) Mrs A Murphy 6 9 7 Joshua Bryan (7) 88
2 (6) /0L- SAILOR MALAN (356)(H*) Miss S Smith 5 9 7 ...Danny Brock 88
3 (3) 6404 WHITECLIFF PARK (15)(CD,A)(P*) B Ellison 4 9 7 ..Ben Robinson (7) 91
4 (10) 0-60 PRETTY JEWEL (36)(H*) Kevin Frost 4 9 7 .... Rob Hornby 86
5 (1) 606L YUL FINEGOLD (109)(CD,D2,A,S) C Dore 7 9 6 .. Josephine Gordon 90
6 (4) -LLL SPECULATOR (85)(D,A)(P) J Butler 5 9 6 ...............A Kirby 94
7 (8) 42432 POWERED (1) P Evans 4 9 4 ........Katherine Glenister (7) 93
8 (7) 1-L4 INFINITI (27)(G) B Leavy 4 9 3 ...................Jane Elliott (7) 86
9 (9) 0-06 COOL MUSIC (28)(G)(P) A Brittain 7 9 2 ...............C Hardie 88
10 (5) 3L03 UPHOLD (28)(CD,D4,A,G,S) Miss G Kelleway 10 9 1 ...M Dwyer 93
11(11) 2/0- SIR DYLAN (J20)(CD,D2,A,G)(H) P Gundry 8 8 13 ..R Winston 95
12 (2) 4050 FRAP (28)(G,S) I Williams 4 8 13 .........................S Donohoe ?99
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Whitecliff Park, 4 Uphold, 6 Powered, 7 Frap, 8
Cool Music, 10 Infiniti, 14 Pretty Jewel, 16 others.
STARFORM: FRAP DANGER: Uphold
RACING RESULTS
CHELMSFORD
1.55: 1, JOE?S SPIRIT (F Norton 10-3
jtfav); 2, Tangled (5-1); 3, Bath And Tennis
(10-3 jtfav). hd, 11/2l. 10 ran. M Bell. Tote:
�90; pl �60, �10, �70. Exacta:
�.30. Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �.00. NR:
Headway.
2.30: 1, PASSING STAR (G Downing
3-1 fav); 2, Pearl Acclaim (4-1); 3, Major
Crispies (9-2). 1/2l, 13/4l. 7 ran. D Kubler.
Tote: �60; pl �00, �80. Exacta: �.00.
Trifecta: �.30. CSF: �.36. NR: The
Magic Pencil.
3.05: 1, JUST FAB (C Bennett 16-1); 2,
Emily Goldfinch (25-1); 3, Free To Roam
(14-1); 4, Rising Sunshine (20-1). 4-1 fav
Mulled Wine. 23/4l, 1l, 1/2l. 16 ran. L
Carter. Tote: �.50; pl �20, �90, �30,
�00. Exacta: �4.60. Tricast: �64.15.
Trifecta: Not won. CSF: �0.29.
3.40: 1, NEXT TRAIN?S GONE (R Tate
10-11 fav); 2, Taper Tantrum (7-2); 3, Teak
(5-1). 9l, 9l. 4 ran. J Eustace. Tote: �60;
Exacta: �00. Trifecta: �.70. CSF:
�72. NR: Masterson, Zakatal.
4.15: 1, EAST COAST LADY (Hollie
Doyle 6-1); 2, Lucymai (6-4 fav); 3,
Tigserin (6-1). 11/4l, 31/2l. 8 ran. W Stone.
Tote: �50; pl �10, �10, �80. Exacta:
�.70. Tricast: �.94. Trifecta: �.20.
CSF: �.15.
4.50: 1, DARK SIDE DREAM (A
Beschizza 3-1 jtfav); 2, Kingsley Klarion
(6-1); 3, Marbooh (9-2). 3-1 jtfav Varsovian.
1/2l, 2l. 7 ran. C Dwyer. Tote: �20; pl
�00, �30. Exacta: �.00. Trifecta:
�0.70. CSF: �.72.
5.25: 1, SENECA CHIEF (G Downing
12-1); 2, Percy Toplis (9-2); 3,
Sadieroseclifford (6-1). 15-8 fav Joysunny.
1
4 /2l, 11/4l. 9 ran. D Kubler. Tote: �.00; pl
�80, �50, �90. Exacta: �.50. Tricast:
�1.07. Trifecta: �6.60. CSF: �.72.
NR: Popsilca, Tess Graham, Violet Mist.
QUADPOT: �3.00
PLACEPOT: �9.70
CARTMEL
2.10: 1, DEAR SIRE (Will Kennedy
13-8); 2, Its Pandorama (12-1); 3, Golden
Town (6-4 fav). 3l, nk. 7 ran. D McCain.
Tote: �10; pl �10, �00. Exacta: �.20.
Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �.31. NR: Jardin
Des Plantes, Jewelled Prince.
2.45: 1, WHAT A GAME (Mr W
Easterby 10-1); 2, Sendiym (8-1); 3,
Wazowski (15-2). 7-2 fav Oh So Gigolo. 5l,
23/4l. 13 ran. T Easterby. Tote: �.70; pl
�90, �20, �20. Exacta: �.90. Tricast:
�3.31. Trifecta: �1.00. CSF: �.81.
NR: Roja Dove, Unex Picasso.
3.20: 1, MORNING ROYALTY (B
Hughes 4-1); 2, Petiville (9-1); 3, Golden
Doyen (4-1). 5-2 fav Sandymount. 21/4l,
16l. 8 ran. J Moffatt. Tote: �30; pl �70,
�60, �10. Exacta: �.70. Tricast:
�1.58. Trifecta: �8.40. CSF: �.12.
3.55: 1, OLIVER?S GOLD (Miss E Todd
4-1); 2, Katgary (10-3); 3, Vengeur De
Guye (6-1). 7-4 fav Altruism. 21/2l, 18l. 6
ran. M Walford. Tote: �40; pl �70,
�90. Exacta: �.30. Trifecta: �.60.
CSF: �.61.
4.30: 1, MONT ROYALE (A Coleman
10-1); 2, Alderbrook Lad (8-1); 3, Brave
Spartacus (16-1). 13-8 fav Wadswick
Court. 13/4l, 1/2l. 7 ran. Jonjo O?Neill.
Tote: �.30; pl �40, �10. Exacta:
�4.10. Tricast: �63.36. Trifecta:
�4.50. CSF: �.72. NR: Jovial Joey.
5.05: 1, SILVER MAN (R Johnson 3-1
fav); 2, Valleyofmilan (10-1); 3, Whats
Happening (7-2). 6l, 6l. 9 ran. J Hughes.
Tote: �20; pl �50, �90, �50. Exacta:
�.30. Tricast: �9.91. Trifecta: �0.60.
CSF: �.78.
5.40: 1, MARTHA?S BENEFIT (Mr W J
Milburn 7-1); 2, Bedford Forrest (50-1); 3,
Mickey Miller (5-2 fav). 11l, 11/2l. 12 ran.
Andrew Nicholls. Tote: �50; pl �90,
�.40, �80. Exacta: �7.30. Trifecta:
�99.50. CSF: �4.02. NR: Cobbler?s
Rest.
QUADPOT: �3.90
PLACEPOT: �030.30
HUNTINGDON
12.30: 1, SHOTOFWINE (R Day 2-1
fav); 2, Prince Mahler (7-2); 3, Beautiful
People (8-1). 8l, 19l. 6 ran. N Richards.
Tote: �10; pl �50, �20. Exacta: �40.
Trifecta: �.00. CSF: �19.
1.00: 1, OCEAN JIVE (H Bannister
11-4); 2, Jodies Jem (4-6 fav); 3, Triggitas
(50-1). 3/4l, 13/4l. 6 ran. C Mann. Tote:
�00; pl �10, �40. Exacta: �40.
Trifecta: �.30. CSF: �09. NR: Mamoo.
1.30: 1, OSGOOD (J Nuttall 11-1); 2,
Fidelity (4-1); 3, Petrucci (7-2). 10-3 fav
Caprice D?anglais. 3/4l, 13/4l. 10 ran. G L
Moore. Tote: �.10; pl �60, �40, �90.
Exacta: �.80. Tricast: �8.87. Trifecta:
�5.90. CSF: �.11.
2.00: 1, DEAUVILLE DANCER (N
Fehily 10-3); 2, Jackthejourneyman (11-4);
3, Vodka Wells (11-4). 9-4 fav Kitchapoly.
14l, 7l. 5 ran. David Dennis. Tote: �00; pl
�20, �80. Exacta: �.10. Trifecta:
�.80. CSF: �.06.
2.35: 1, CHARLIE MON (C Hammond
10-1); 2, Copperfacejack (7-4 fav); 3,
Dragon De La Tour (10-3). 33/4l, 1/2l. 7
ran. Mike Hammond. Tote: �.80; pl
�10, �60. Exacta: �.70. Trifecta:
�9.70. CSF: �.61.
3.10: 1, CAPTAINOFINDUSTRY (N
Fehily 4-6 fav); 2, Knight?s Parade (8-1); 3,
Marienstar (5-1). 13/4l, 1/2l. 4 ran. M
Pitman. Tote: �50; Exacta: �50. Trifecta:
�30. CSF: �99. NR: Bletchley Castle.
3.45: 1, POTTERMAN (W Hutchinson
13-8); 2, Raising The Bar (11-8 fav); 3, By
The Fireside (20-1). 10l, 9l. 6 ran. A King.
Tote: �60; pl �40, �40. Exacta: �40.
Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �19.
QUADPOT: �.70
PLACEPOT: �.80
LEICESTER
2.05: 1, MESHAYKH (L Dettori 15-8
fav); 2, Twiggy (20-1); 3, Fastnet Spin (141). 1l, 11/4l. 12 ran. Sir M Stoute. Tote:
�70; pl �40, �90, �40. Exacta:
�.20. Tricast: �7.42. Trifecta: �5.10.
CSF: �.21. NR: May Mist.
2.40: 1, SIR JACK (C Lee 13-8 fav); 2,
Powered (5-2); 3, Scent Of Power (10-1).
5l, 11/4l. 7 ran. A Carroll. Tote: �20; pl
�00, �10. Exacta: �90. Trifecta:
�.70. CSF: �61. NR: Sehail.
3.15: 1, FRANK BRIDGE (P Dobbs
16-1); 2, Directorship (6-1); 3, Roman De
Brut (10-3 fav). 11/2l, nk. 8 ran. Eve
J-Houghton. Tote: �.90; pl �70, �50,
�30. Exacta: �6.60. Tricast: �7.00.
CSF: �8.96. NR: Aldeburgh, Ripoll.
3.50: 1, PERFECT IN PINK (G Lee
7-1); 2, Munstead Star (9-2); 3, So Sleek
(4-6 fav). 11/4l, 1/2l. 9 ran. M Channon.
Tote: �.00; pl �00, �90, �02. Exacta:
�.50. Trifecta: �.20. CSF: �.63.
4.25: 1, SMOKEY LANE (F M Berry
12-1); 2, Scorching Heat (3-1); 3, Ejaaby
(9-4 fav). 23/4l, 1/2l. 10 ran. P Evans. Tote:
�.20; pl �30, �60, �20. Exacta:
�.90. Tricast: �3.55. Trifecta: �4.10.
CSF: �.03. NR: Tallulah Rose.
5.00: 1, REBEL SURGE (G Lee 2-1); 2,
Indigo Princess (6-4 fav); 3, Amber Mystique
(7-2). 11/2l, 11/4l. 4 ran. R Spencer. Tote:
�70; Exacta: �60. Trifecta: �.70. CSF:
�26. NR: Magic Mirror.
5.35: 1, ALBERT BOY (F Marsh 4-1); 2,
Shirataki (28-1); 3, Percys Princess (7-2).
5-2 fav Angelical. 5l, 1/2l. 7 ran. S Dixon.
Tote: �00; pl �10, �60. Exacta: �.90.
Tricast: �4.86. Trifecta: �9.80. CSF:
�.81. NR: Fillydelphia.
QUADPOT: �00
PLACEPOT: �.90
WINDSOR
1.45: 1, OPTIMUM TIME (C Bishop
9-2); 2, Zabaletaswansong (11-4); 3,
Autumn Lodge (10-1). 5-2 fav Rampant
Lion. 31/2l, 23/4l. 10 ran. E J-Houghton.
Tote: �10; pl �90, �30, �30. Ex:
�.70. Tf: �.30. CSF: �.52. NR:
Sheila?s Empire.
2.20: 1, FAIR COP (D Probert 9-4
jtfav); 2, Beck And Call (4-1); 3, Think
Fashion (9-4 jtfav). 13/4l, 21/4l. 9 ran. A
Balding. Tote: �00; pl �40, �50, �10.
Exacta: �.90. Trifecta: �.70. CSF:
�.39. NR: Tilly?s Bridge.
2.55: 1, PERFECT SUMMER (R
Kingscote 9-1); 2, Lime And Lemon (7-2);
3, Apres Midi (11-2). 4-6 fav Turning The
Table. 11/2l, 13/4l. 4 ran. I Williams. Tote:
�.50; Exacta: �.40. Trifecta: �.80.
CSF: �.82. NR: Tuolumne Meadows.
3.30: 1, EVERGATE (K O?Neill 4-1); 2,
Yalawin (5-4 fav); 3, Justanotherbottle
(15-2). 1l, 3/4l. 6 ran. R Cowell. Tote: �50;
pl �40, �20. Exacta: �.10. Trifecta:
�.30. CSF: �01. NR: Yalta.
4.05: 1, TOULSON (C Bishop 6-4 fav);
2, Getback In Paris (5-1); 3, Indira (25-1).
shd, 33/4l. 7 ran. Eve J-Houghton. Tote:
�40; pl �30, �40. Ex: �10. Tc: �2.63.
Tf: �.90. CSF: �40. NR: Red Rannagh.
4.40: 1, MAJOR PUSEY (D Sweeney
10-1); 2, Bahamian Dollar (20-1); 3, Rio
Ronaldo (7-2). 5-2 fav King Of Spin. 21/4l,
21/4l. 10 ran. J Gallagher. Tote: �.30; pl
�50, �50, �20. Exacta: �9.40.
Tricast: �8.32. Trifecta: �9.50. CSF:
�8.45. NR: Compas Scoobie, Danecase.
5.15: 1, CHANCE TO DREAM (K Fox
9-1); 2, Badenscoth (11-1); 3, Rita?s Man
(2-1 fav). 1/2l, 1l. 12 ran. J Best. Tote:
�.10; pl �90, �50, �30. Ex: �6.80.
Tricast: �2.01. Trifecta: �1.10. CSF:
�0.59. NR: Call Me Grumpy.
5.50: 1, SIR PLATO (W Carson 5-2 fav);
2, Peloton (11-2); 3, Ashazuri (16-1). shd,
11/4l. 10 ran. B Millman. Tote: �10; pl
�10, �20, �00. Exacta: �.50. Tricast:
�4.02. Trifecta: �7.00. CSF: �.64.
NR: Golden Guest, Jumping Jack.
QUADPOT: �1.80
PLACEPOT: �1.10
REDCAR
12.45: 1, CHATBURN (T Eaves 7-2); 2,
Bengali Boys (5-2 fav); 3, Wahoo (3-1).
/4l, 2l. 11 ran. D O?Meara. Tote: �00; pl
�80, �10, �60. Exacta: �.90.
Trifecta: �.30. CSF: �.91. NR: Sitsi.
1.15: 1, BLACK SALT (P Makin 5-2); 2,
Yorkshire Pudding (33-1); 3, Don Valentino
(8-1). evens fav Valley of Rocks. 11/4l, ns. 8
ran. T D Barron. Tote: �70; pl �30,
�80, �60. Exacta: �.10. Trifecta:
�9.50. CSF: �.72. NR: Fille The Force,
Silken Moonlight.
1.50: 1, POBBLES (P Hanagan 11-4); 2,
Monsieur Jimmy (8-1); 3, Fidelma Moon
(7-2). 5-2 fav Urban Spirit. 21/4l, nk. 10
ran. G Scott. Tote: �50; pl �40, �30,
�10. Exacta: �.60. Trifecta: �0.40.
CSF: �.80. NR: Orobas.
2.25: 1, STORM OVER (J Fanning
11-2); 2, Boundsy (9-2 jtfav); 3, Flawlessly
(8-1). 9-2 jtfav Suwaan. 23/4l, 13/4l. 11 ran.
R Cowell. Tote: �30; pl �80, �70,
�00. Exacta: �.80. Tricast: �9.47.
Trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.73.
3.00: 1, CORNBOROUGH (J Hart 7-1);
2, Jabbaar (15-2); 3, Save The Bees (8-1).
2-1 fav Visitant. 1/2l, 11/4l. 8 ran. M
Walford. Tote: �.20; pl �10, �80,
�20. Exacta: �.90. Tricast: �7.04.
Trifecta: �1.70. CSF: �.62.
3.35: 1, BRIARDALE (P Hanagan 6-1);
2, Rainbow Rebel (9-1); 3, Euchen Glen
(10-1). 11-4 fav Banditry. 6l, 11/2l. 9 ran. J
Bethell. Tote: �60; pl �70, �00, �80.
Exacta: �.80. Tricast: �1.76. Trifecta:
�5.60. CSF: �.54. NR: Storm King.
4.10: 1, MISS TREE (J Hart 11-4 fav);
2, Midnight Warrior (8-1); 3, Adrakhan
(15-2). 13/4l, 13/4l. 11 ran. J J Quinn. Tote:
�00; pl �00, �60, �70. Exacta:
�.50. Tricast: �7.40. Trifecta: �2.30.
CSF: �.08. NR: Ballyfarsoon.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of �702.00
carried over.
QUADPOT: �.10
PLACEPOT: �6.10
3
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
NEWTON ABBOT
PATRICK WEAVER
Whatzdjazz
Day Of Roses
Floresco
Mexican Border
Gold Mountain
Horse Force One
Rebel Rebellion
5.50
6.20
6.50
7.20
7.50
8.20
8.50
REDCAR
STAR TIP
PATRICK WEAVER
Foxy Act
Calin Du Brizais
Brotherly Company
Kublai
Garrahalish
Lapford Lad
Rebel Rebellion
Patty Patch
Tenby Two
Im Dapper Too
Bolder Bob
Bashiba
Kaeso
Our Place In Loule
GOING: GOOD ? GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Tight left-hand circuit of about nine furlongs.
With seven easy fences and four hurdles per circuit, the eight
tight turns and short run-in favours the front running nippy type.
5.50
(IRL) MARES? NOVICES? HURDLE
Cl 4 (10 flights) 2m 6f (7 run)
�711
1 03-1 FOXY ACT (21)(G) C Down 6 11 4 ......... Miss Page Fuller (7) 92
2 31-2 KATY P (24)(BF,G) P Hobbs 5 11 4 .................. C Gethings (3) ?99
3 10-1 WHATZDJAZZ (19)(G,S) D Skelton 5 11 4 ............... H Skelton 93
4 FP-P LADY JAMESON (17) A Dunn 6 10 12 ........................ A Wedge 61
5 6L-L MOLE TRAP (16) Nicky Martin 6 10 12 ......................M Griffiths 82
6 0-5P NJORLS SAGA (10) N Hawke 6 10 12 ................... James Best 84
7 23-3 STRANGSMILL (11) Sheila Lewis 8 10 12 ............ Sean Bowen 97
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Whatzdjazz, 13-8 Katy P, 5 Strangsmill, 8 Foxy
Act, 20 Lady Jameson, 50 Njorls Saga, Mole Trap.
2016: Mia?s Storm 6 11 4, W Hutchinson 4-5 Fav (A King), 6 ran.
STARFORM: KATY P DANGER: Whatzdjazz
HANDICAP CHASE
6.20 NOVICES?
Cl 4 (20 fences) 3m 2f (9 run)
�874
1
50-3 BRAQUEUR D?OR (17)(BF) P Nicholls 6 12 1
S Twiston-Davies ?99
2 2/P- CHINATOWN BOY (90)(P) C Whittaker 9 12 1 . Kevin Jones (5) 86
3 50-3 CALIN DU BRIZAIS (24)(S)(B) N Hawke 6 11 12 ...C Gethings (3) 91
4 223- THE WEXFORDIAN (37)(H) M Hill 8 11 9 ..................... L Heard 88
5 24-6 STEEL NATIVE (24)(H) D Rees 6 11 6 ................ Sean Bowen 97
6 554- SWEETTOOTHTOMMY (43)(P) D Pipe 7 11 0.. T Scudamore 96
7 P0-1 DAY OF ROSES (2)(G) J Scott 8 10 13(7ex)..........N Scholfield 96
8 2-L4 BENNYS GIRL (15) D L Williams 9 10 0 ........................J Banks 88
9 P3-5 ACADEMY GENERAL (22)(G)(V*) Miss J Du Plessis 11 10 0
D G Noonan 88
LONG HANDICAP: Bennys Girl 9-12, Academy General 9-3.
Star Betting: ? 5-4 Day Of Roses, 10-3 Braqueur D?or, 8
Sweettoothtommy, 10 The Wexfordian, Calin Du Brizais, 12 Others.
2016: Dusk Till Dawn 7 11 11, T Scudamore 6-1 (D Pipe), 11 ran.
STARFORM: BENNYS GIRL DANGER: Braqueur D?Or
DOONERS HANDICAP HURDLE
6.50 SEAN
Cl 3 (9 flights) 2m 2f 110yds (6 run) �646
1
2
3
6L5- FLORESCO (45)(CD,G,S)(B,T) R Woollacott 7 11 12 . D Jacob 94
544- DOUBLY CLEVER (73)(C2,S) M Blake 5 11 9 ......... H Cobden 90
20-F BROTHERLY COMPANY (25)(BF,G,S)(P*) H Fry 5 11 9
N Fehily 91
4 0F-2 MR KIT CAT (19)(G)(H) E Williams 7 11 6 .................. A Wedge 93
5 213- CLENI WELLS (102)(S)(H) M Hill 6 11 4............C Deutsch (3) 91
6 232- VOLPONE JELOIS (F3)(G)(P) P Nicholls 4 11 2
S Twiston-Davies ?99
Star Betting: ? 13-8 Brotherly Company, 5-2 Volpone Jelois, 6 Cleni
Wells, 13-2 Floresco, 8 Mr Kit Cat, 14 Doubly Clever.
2016: Floresco 6 11 10, C O?Farrell 14-1 (R Woollacott), 12 ran.
STARFORM: VOLPONE JELOIS DANGER: Cleni Wells
VALLEY SCHOOL HCAP HURDLE
7.20 SHERWELL
Cl 5 (9 flights) 2m 2f 110yds (18 run) �899
1 PF-P ARKADIOS (29)(T) D Pipe 6 11 13 ..........................M Heard (5) 91
2 PL-0 SHEER POETRY (20)(C,G)(T) R Woollacott 6 11 12 . T J O?Brien 98
3 LLL/ FAUVE (500) R G Hawker 6 11 11.............. Robert Hawker (7) 87
4 0LL- BREAN GOLF BIRDIE (37)(H) C J Gray 5 11 8 ...... M G Nolan 82
5 04/0 SEEANYTHINGYOULIKE (14)(H) J Scott 6 11 7 ...M Griffiths 91
6 612- MEXICAN BORDER (309)(BF,C,G)(T) M Hill 8 11 7 ..J McGrath 97
7 L3-L ART LOOKER (19)(T) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 5 11 6 ...... T Phelan 80
8 53-P SHINTORI (19) R Woollacott 5 11 6 ............................... D Jacob 96
9 LL-5 KUBLAI (10)(G,S)(B*,T) A Dunn 7 11 5 ................ R McLernon 91
10 0L-6 OUR PHILLIE LILY (20) Mrs S Gardner 5 11 5 . Lucy Gardner (3) 87
11 P34- KINGSTON MIMOSA (155)(D,G)(P) M Gillard 5 11 5
Mr T Gillard (7) 90
12 02-0 EQULEUS (20)(P*,T) Mrs K Stephens 5 11 4 ................ L Heard 85
13 P56- PENSION MADNESS (49) J Farrelly 4 11 3 ..........D Burton (5) 87
14 04-P LADIES DANCING (19)(G) C Down 11 11 1
Miss Page Fuller (7) 96
15 /0P- RICHARDOFDOCCOMBE (68)(CD,S)(T)
Miss G Haywood 11 10 10 Alice Mills (5) 94
16 0L0- TOP OF THE ROCKS (40)(H*,P,T) Mrs K Stephens 4 10 0 ...I Popham 83
17 006- STARLIT NIGHT (54) C Down 5 10 0 ....................C Shoemark ?99
18 LL-P ACTONETAKETWO (20)(P) D D Scott 7 10 0 ...... James Best 81
LONG HANDICAP: Top Of The Rocks 9-11, Starlit Night 9-9,
Actonetaketwo 9-5.
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Mexican Border, 6 Kublai, 7 Kingston Mimosa, 8
Shintori, 10 Seeanythingyoulike, 12 Arkadios, 14 others.
2016: Bernisdale 8 10 10, D G Noonan(3) 4-1 Fav (J Flint), 17 ran.
STARFORM: MEXICAN BORDER DANGER: Sheer Poetry
7.50
LINGFIELD
FRED CHAMPION HANDICAP CHASE
Cl 4 (16 fences) 2m 5f (8 run)
�874
1 26L- DREAM BOLT (80)(CD,C,G,S) D Rees 9 11 13 .. Sean Bowen ?99
2 3U1- GOLD MOUNTAIN (40)(G)(T) A Dunn 7 11 12 .... R McLernon 91
3 2PU- MR MOUNTAIN (42)(G) Miss E Lavelle 7 11 7 ....... A Coleman 93
4 4L-3 DOITFORJOE (16)(G)(T) David Dennis 7 11 6........A P Heskin 91
5 02-2 GARRAHALISH (29)(G,S) R Dickin 9 11 4 .................... C Poste 87
6 44-5 HUGHESIE (26)(S)(B*,T) E Williams 8 11 3 ............... A Wedge 89
7 35-2 SCORPION STAR (26)(T*) M Hill 8 10 10................R Johnson 91
8 P5L- COLD KNIGHT (40)(G)(P,T*) T H Weston 11 10 2 ..N P Madden 87
Star Betting: ? 3 Scorpion Star, 7-2 Gold Mountain, 4 Garrahalish, 7
Dream Bolt, 8 Mr Mountain, Doitforjoe, 10 Hughesie, 14 Cold Knight.
2016: Gentleman Jon 8 11 12, P Brennan 14-1 (C Tizzard), 10 ran.
STARFORM: GOLD MOUNTAIN DANGER: Scorpion Star
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
8.20 STANDARD
Class 6 2m 1f (8 runners)
�624
1 U21- BREAKING GROUND (79) Mrs R Ford 5 11 0 ...... R McLernon 55
2 F4-1 HORSE FORCE ONE (23) P Hobbs 6 11 0...............R Johnson 96
3
4# LAPFORD LAD (21) Mrs S Gardner 5 11 0 ...Lucy Gardner (3) 63
4
FARMER BOY N Hawke 4 10 10 ......................... C Gethings (3) 64
5
FARMER LAD N Hawke 4 10 10 .....................L A McKenna (7) 63
6
ROD?S DREAM D Pipe 4 10 10 ............................. T Scudamore ?99
7
0/ NEETSIDE (442) T Dennis 5 10 7 ................Sean Houlihan (7) 84
8
I SHOULD COCO Miss K George 4 10 3 ................ Sean Bowen 62
Star Betting: ? 5-4 Horse Force One, 13-8 Rod?s Dream, 10 Lapford
Lad, Breaking Ground, 16 Farmer Boy, 20 I Should Coco, 25 Others.
2016: Stand By Me 6 11 0, Mr M McIntyre(7) 14-1 (A Jones), 10 ran.
STARFORM: HORSE FORCE ONE DANGER: Rod?s Dream
OPEN HUNTERS? CHASE
8.50 COMPANY
Cl 6 (20 fences) 3m 2f (5 run)
�317
1
-314 MOUNTAIN CLICHE (12)(G) N J Dawe 10 12 2
Mr D Andrews (7) 96
L0-1 REBEL REBELLION (14)(A,G,S)(T) P Nicholls 12 12 2
Miss B Frost (3) ?99
3 LLU- ACCORDING TO TREV (42)(G,S) Mrs L Hill 11 11 12 ...Mr Joe Hill (5) ?
4 3-42 BACK IN JUNE (16) Mrs K Heard 9 11 12...........Mr W Biddick 95
5 62-2 SEBADEE (23)(G) Mrs E B Scott 13 11 12 ......Mr S Ellicott (7) 97
Star Betting: ? 1-6 Rebel Rebellion, 8 According To Trev, 16
Sebadee, 20 Mountain Cliche, 25 Back In June.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: REBEL REBELLION DANGER: Sebadee
2
KEY TO THE CARDS: our racecards are designed to give you a better,
easier to understand guide to the runners. Brackets after the racecard
number indicate the draw in Flat races. In the form figures, an ?L? indicates the horse finished last place and a # indicates Bumper form.
Figures in brackets after each horse?s name indicate the number of
days since the horse last ran. (C) indicates a course winner, (D) indicates a winner over the same distance as today?s race. (B) or (V) indicates that the horse wears blinkers or a visor. (T) indicates that the
horse wears a tongue strap. * indicates if wearing blinkers or visor for
first time. (P) indicates that the horse is wearing a Cheek Piece. (BF)
stands for beaten favourite. (F) is winner on firm going, (G) on good
going, (S) on soft going and (A) on the all weather. The figures in the
last column after the jockey?s name is an exclusive Clockform rating
giving a guide to the horse?s chance. The highest figure denotes the top
rated, which is also pinpointed by a ?.
STAR TIP
2.00
2.30
3.00
3.30
4.00
4.30
5.00
PATRICK WEAVER
Dance Diva
General Allenby
Newmarket Warrior
Count Simon
Extrasolar
Night Shadow
Bingo George
GOING: GOOD ? GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Flat left-hand galloping track which joins the
one mile straight course with five furlongs to run. The draw is
insignificant but in soft ground the stand rails can give a decided advantage. Stalls today Straight Centre; Round Inside.
FILLIES? NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STKS
2.00 EBF
Class 5 2YO 6f (12 runners)
�881
1 (10)
ASTRAEA M W Easterby 9 0 .................... Nathan Evans (3) 77
2 (8)
DANCE DIVA R Fahey 9 0 ....................................P Hanagan 92
3 (1)
DEAUVILLE SOCIETY Sir M Prescott 9 0 ..............R Powell 79
4 (12)
0 DYSON?S GIRL (41) B Smart 9 0 ......................... C Beasley 79
5 (9)
MILAN REEF David Loughnane 9 0 .......................... S James 74
6 (5)
MISS DD T Dascombe 9 0....................................... B A Curtis 81
7 (6)
MISS VAN WINKLE M Johnston 9 0 .......................F Norton ?99
8 (7)
03 NSNAS ALWARD (19) K Ryan 9 0........................... T Eaves 94
9 (4)
PACO BLEUE T Easterby 9 0.......................................D Allan 74
10(11)
PATTY PATCH(H*) Richard Spencer 9 0 ......................G Lee 92
11 (2)
4 SEAELLA (19) J J Quinn 9 0 .........................................J Hart 93
12 (3)
TWEETING J J Quinn 9 0 ........................................ J Garritty 80
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Dance Diva, 5 Miss Van Winkle, 6 Miss Dd, 13-2
Nsnas Alward, 10 Deauville Society, Patty Patch, 16 others.
2016: Cheval Blanche 9 0, J P Spencer 4-1 (M Bell), drawn (4), 13 ran.
STARFORM: DANCE DIVA DANGER: Miss Van Winkle
UK MAIDEN HANDICAP
2.30 RACING
Class 6 3YO 1m 6f (12 run)
1 (7)
2 (12)
3 (3)
4 (9)
5 (5)
6 (8)
7 (10)
8 (1)
9 (6)
10 (2)
11 (4)
12(11)
�897
KATMANDOO (20) T Dascombe 9 7 .................... B A Curtis 90
TENBY TWO (12) M Channon 9 6 .................................G Lee 87
NEW SOCIETY (24) J Bethell 9 4 ......................P McDonald 89
DIRTY RANDY (44)(P) K Dalgleish 9 3 ...............D Costello 97
CURTSY (25) H Morrison 9 0 ...........................C Bennett (3) 96
SHERIFF GARRETT (15) T Easterby 8 10 ................D Allan 89
BODACIOUS NAME (197) J J Quinn 8 10 ..................J Hart 91
SILVER GLEAM (14) C Fairhurst 8 9 ..................P Hanagan 90
NOTHING COMPARES (14) M Johnston 8 7 ........F Norton ?99
MYSTIC MAEVE (139) Roger Fell 8 3 ..............J P Sullivan 86
GENERAL ALLENBY (25)(B,E*,H*) H Tett 8 2 ...A Mullen 84
FULL TILT LAD (26) T Easterby 8 2 ..................D Fentiman 86
LONG HANDICAP: Full Tilt Lad 8-1.
Star Betting: ? 4 Nothing Compares, 5 Dirty Randy, 13-2 Tenby Two,
7 Katmandoo, 8 Bodacious Name, Curtsy, Sheriff Garrett, 14 others.
2016: Dusky Raider 9 7, P Mulrennan 5-1 (M Dods), drawn (9), 9 ran.
STARFORM: TENBY TWO DANGER: Nothing Compares
6-50
545
00-6
60-2
0-40
0-64
0536L-6
6LL3
60-L
L-06
5LL
CYCLE RIDE HANDICAP
3.00 CHARITY
Class 5 1m (13 runners)
�234
1 (4) 12-0 JORDAN JAMES (23)(D,S) B Ellison 4 9 7......... B A Curtis ?99
2 (9) 2050 CURZON LINE (31)(D3,A,G) M W Easterby 8 9 7
Nathan Evans (3) 95
3 (3) 4313 NEWMARKET WARRIOR (50)(D,A)(P) I Jardine 6 9 7
J Gormley (7) 95
4 (10) 2423 WINK OLIVER (27)(D,A)(H,P) J Hughes 5 9 6 ..D Costello 93
5 (5) 30-0 BY THE LAW (32) T Easterby 4 9 2 ...................D Fentiman 89
6 (6) -05L WILLSY (4)(A,S) Mrs K Tutty 4 9 2 ..........Gemma Tutty (5) 86
7 (1) 503- QUOTELINE DIRECT (210)(D,G,S)(H) M Hammond 4 9 0
P McDonald 93
8 (8) 0223 CABAL (8)(C,D,A,G,S)(B) G Harker 10 9 0 ...............D Allan 96
9 (13) 6455 LOZAH (7)(D,A) Roger Fell 4 8 13 ........................ C Beasley 91
10 (7) L/L- DYLAN?S STORM (J14)(G)(P) P Niven 5 8 13 .. P Mulrennan 92
11 (2) 105- IM DAPPER TOO (217)(D2,S) J J Davies 6 8 11 .. S James 92
12(12) 0-36 GEORDIE GEORGE (7)(S)(T) Rebecca Menzies 5 8 11 ..G Lee 91
13(11) 00-5 THORNABY NASH (7)(C,D,G,S) Mrs K Tutty 6 8 11 .T Eaves 90
Star Betting: ? 4 Newmarket Warrior, 11-2 Cabal, 7 Jordan James,
Quoteline Direct, 8 Lozah, Wink Oliver, 10 Im Dapper Too, 12 others.
2016: Shamaheart 6 9 7, D Allan 8-1 (G Harker), drawn (11), 17 ran.
STARFORM: NEWMARKET WARRIOR DANGER: Wink Oliver
MEDIAN AUCTION MAIDEN STKS
3.30 SKY432
Class 5 1m 2f (6 runners)
�234
1
2
3
4
5
6
(4)
66 NUOVA SCUOLA (10) J Goldie 4 9 9 ..................... S James 88
(1)
3- BOLDER BOB (218) T D Barron 3 9 0 ..................... P Makin 96
(5)
COUNT SIMON A Balding 3 9 0 .........................P McDonald ?99
(2)
55 HUGOIGO (10) J Goldie 3 9 0 ......................... S Mooney (7) 85
(3)
4 NEAR KETTERING (22) L Cumani 3 9 0 ........ J P Spencer 97
(6) 2-23 PATTIE (12) M Channon 3 8 9........................................G Lee 98
Star Betting: ? 13-8 Near Kettering, 9-4 Pattie, 4 Bolder Bob, 5 Count
Simon, 25 Hugoigo, Nuova Scuola.
2016: Guy Fawkes 3 9 0, G Gibbons 2-1 Fav (W Haggas), drawn (6), 9 ran.
STARFORM: PATTIE DANGER: Near Kettering
4.00
RACING UK IN GLORIOUS HD HANDICAP
Class 4
5f (11 runners)
�469
1 (7) -526 BASHIBA (8)(CD,D7,G)(T) N Tinkler 6 9 13 ......R Scott (5) 89
2 (5) 5060 FIRST BOMBARDMENT (4)(D2,A,G)(T*) D O?Meara 4 9 7
P Vaughan (7) 83
3 (11) 0-10 BLACK GRASS (4)(CD,D4,A,G,S) M W Easterby 4 9 7
Nathan Evans (3) 98
4 (4) 523- ROSINA (209)(D3,G) Mrs A Duffield 4 9 7 .............J Haynes 95
5 (8) 33L0 JUST US TWO (24)(D3,A,G)(P) R Cowell 5 9 6 ......D Allan 94
6 (9) 0150 FOXTROT KNIGHT (15)(D4,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 5 9 5
J P Sullivan 92
7 (3) 13-0 ROYAL MEZYAN (10)(D3,A,G) H Spiller 6 9 4 ..L Steward 88
8 (1) 3510 LYDIA?S PLACE (8)(D4,G) R C Guest 4 9 4 ......... C Lee (5) ?99
9 (2) 6-44 DESERT ACE (26)(BF,D5,F,G,S)(B*) I Jardine 6 9 3
D Costello 90
10 (6) 010- ECONOMIC CRISIS (262)(D7,G,S) C Teague 8 9 1
P Mulrennan 85
11(10) 0032 EXTRASOLAR (5)(D4,F,G)(P) G Harker 7 8 12 ..... P Makin 94
Star Betting: ? 9-2 Extrasolar, 5 Rosina, 6 Desert Ace, 7 Black
Grass, 8 Bashiba, Lydia?s Place, 10 others.
2016: Fredricka 5 9 4, J Hart 8-1 (T D Barron), drawn (6), 8 ran.
STARFORM: BASHIBA DANGER: Foxtrot Knight
UK HANDICAP
4.30 RACING
Class 5 3YO 6f (11 runners)
�234
1 (1) 1033 LOGI (21)(A) T D Barron 9 10 .................................... P Makin 86
2 (2) 2135 IN THE SPOTLIGHT (21)(D,A) H Spiller 9 7 .....L Steward 89
3 (5) 3L-3 ELTANIN (46) J J Quinn 9 7 ..........................................J Hart 88
4 (3) 0L-L BAY STATION (109)(G) J Ward 9 6...................... C Lee (5) 91
5 (10) 5L11 ENDEAVOUR (45)(D,G) Mrs M Fife 9 4............J P Sullivan ?99
6 (4) 5-26 JUDY WOODS (30)(BF) B Smart 9 2................... C Beasley 86
7 (11) L441 NIGHT SHADOW (77)(D,A) A Brown 9 1........P Mulrennan 90
8 (8) 3-20 BAHAMIAN PARADISE (22) H Morrison 9 1 C Bennett (3) 96
9 (9) 66-5L MIGHTASWELLSMILE (1)(S) R Barr 9 1 .... Nathan Evans (3) 84
10 (7) 0-01 KAESO (30)(D,G) N Tinkler 9 0 ................................. T Eaves 90
11 (6) -016 CRYPTONITE (22)(BF,A)(P*) M Appleby 8 12 .. B A Curtis 90
Star Betting: ? 4 Logi, 9-2 Endeavour, 11-2 Eltanin, 13-2 Kaeso, 8
Night Shadow, Cryptonite, 10 Judy Woods, 12 others.
2016: In My Place 9 0, T Hamilton 7-1 (R Fahey), drawn (11), 10 ran.
STARFORM: LOGI DANGER: Endeavour
RIDERS? MAIDEN HANDICAP
5.00 AMATEUR
Class 6 6f (12 runners)
�799
1 (11)
405 KENSINGTON PALACE (10)(P*) Mrs M Fife 4 11 0
Miss Becky Smith 95
2 (4) 5066 RYEDALE RIO (17)(B) T Easterby 4 10 10 Mr W Easterby 91
3 (2) -605 BINGO GEORGE (7) A Balding 4 10 9... Miss P Bridgwater (5) 93
4 (1) -234 OUR PLACE IN LOULE (17)(P*) N Wilson 4 10 7 ..Miss S Brotherton ?99
5 (6) L6-0 TWEETHEART (8)(H) R Barr 4 10 6 ...............Miss E Sayer 91
6 (10) 4-05 CONCUR (30)(P,T) B Millman 4 10 3 ............. Mr P Millman 87
7 (12) 0540 DALALAH (17)(B*) R C Guest 4 10 3 .........Miss Jo Mason 92
8 (8) 40L- JACKSONFIRE (197)(P) M Mullineaux 5 10 2 ..Miss M Mullineaux 87
9 (9) 00-0 GRANDAD CHUNK (26) C Teague 6 10 2 ....Mr B Lynn (5) 89
10 (5) 0646 JESSIE ALLAN (22) J Goldie 6 10 2 .............Miss R Hill (5) 92
11 (7) /0L- SHUDBEME (351)(P) N Bycroft 4 10 2 ........ Miss C Walton 95
12 (3) 0LL- KYLLA (294)(V*) S A Harris 4 10 2 .............. Miss A Waugh 90
Star Betting: ? 2 Our Place In Loule, 5 Concur, 6 Bingo George, 8
Dalalah, Jessie Allan, Ryedale Rio, 10 Kensington Palace, 16 others.
2016: Giant Spark 4 10 10, Mr S Walker 6-4 Fav (P Midgley),
drawn (6), 10 ran.
STARFORM: OUR PLACE IN LOUIE DANGER: Bingo George
Mowhoob
A Sure Welcome
Star Of Vendome
Miss Osier
Brother Tiger (nb)
Major Crispies
Starshell (nap)
STAR TIP
2.10
2.40
3.10
3.40
4.10
4.40
5.10
aLL tHE
Aces
Rattle On (nb)
Team Meeting
Sorority
Miss Osier
Menelik
Whitecrest
Penny Red
STARFORM: 2.40 Mulzim (nb), 3.40 Sorority (treble), 4.40 Top
Of The Bank (nap)
CLOCKFORM: 4.10 Brother Tiger 2pts win
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.10
CASH OUT AT BET365 HANDICAP
Class 6
1m (12 runners)
�264
1 (8) -314 RATTLE ON (17)(BF,CD,A) J Boyle 4 9 7 ........P Cosgrave ?99
2 (10) B520 BINKY BLUE (28)(C,A,G) D Loughnane 5 9 5 ......D O?Neill 90
3 (7) 4-12 WHISPERED KISS (27)(BF,CD,A) Mike Murphy 4 9 3
S W Kelly 90
4 (3) -000 THE DANCING LORD (26)(C,D5,A,G)(T) Adam West 8 9 2
N Garbutt (3) 91
5 (11) L-00 OUR BOY JACK (31)(D2,G,S)(P) C Dore 8 9 2
Katherine Glenister (7) 90
6 (5) 33-L LADY NAHEMA (11) M Bosley 4 9 0 ................T Marquand 86
7 (9) 60-0 EDE?S THE MOVER (28) P Phelan 4 8 12 .............K O?Neill 86
8 (12) -LL0 HERCULLIAN PRINCE (108)(A) C Dore 5 8 12 ....L Keniry 88
9 (2) 5500 BLACKTHORN STICK (53)(C,A)(P) P Burgoyne 8 8 10
J Quinn 88
10 (6) 0223 MOWHOOB (22)(D,A,G,S) B Barr 7 8 9 ..................L Morris 92
11 (1) 02050 MULLED WINE (1) (BF) J Best 4 8 7 ...........................K Fox 92
12 (4) -060 PALACE MOON (62)(CD,C,A,G,S)(T) M Attwater 12 8 7
A Beschizza 88
LONG HANDICAP: Palace Moon 8-5.
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Whispered Kiss, 7-2 Rattle On, 5 Mowhoob, 7
Mulled Wine, 10 Blackthorn Stick, Binky Blue, 12 others.
2016: Choral Clan 5 9 4, J Mitchell 6-1 (P Mitchell), drawn (5), 12 ran.
STARFORM: WHISPERED KISS DANGER: Rattle On
AT BET365 HANDICAP
2.40 CASINO
Class 5 3YO 7f (9 runners)
�911
1 (6) 6-41 MULZIM (41)(D,A) E Dunlop 9 9 .............................D O?Neill 86
2 (4) 00-0 SANTAFIORA (21)(G) R Charlton 9 7 ....... K Shoemark (3) 84
3 (5) 1-30 TEAM MEETING (29)(BF,C,A)(H*) S bin Suroor 9 7
S De Sousa 91
4 (3) 3-16 ALTIKO TOMMY (41)(CD,A) G Baker 9 5..............L Keniry 82
5 (9) 4-15 DARING GUEST (22)(C,A) G Margarson 9 4 ...Jane Elliott (7) 82
6 (2) 0-26 ROYAL PEACE (41) R Hannon 9 2 ............Hollie Doyle (3) 80
7 (7) 1-11 A SURE WELCOME (36)(D4,A)(P) J Spearing 9 0
T Marquand ?99
8 (1) 60-6 HARBOUR TOWN (101) H Dunlop 8 13 ..................L Morris 74
9 (8) 00-0 BEAST (22) L Carter 8 13................................... A Beschizza 74
Star Betting: ? 11-4 A Sure Welcome, 4 Mulzim, 5 Team Meeting,
13-2 Royal Peace, 7 Altiko Tommy, 8 Daring Guest, 12 Others.
2016: Kafoo 9 1, P Hanagan 4-1 (E Dunlop), drawn (6), 9 ran.
STARFORM: MULZIM DANGER: A Sure Welcome
3.10
BET365 EBF FILLIES? NOVICE STAKES
Class 5
2YO 6f (9 runners)
�911
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(1)
00 AMAZING ALICE (12) Archie Watson 9 0 ...............L Morris 91
(5)
DOTTED SWISS R Hannon 9 0 ..........................T Marquand 89
(4)
GIGI C Hills 9 0...................................................Gavin Lerena 83
(8)
GOWER GOLD J Gallagher 9 0 ........................ G Buckell (5) 76
(9)
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Ince makes ?em wince
RYAN INCE bagged a brilliant brace as
rock-bottom Widnes Vikings turned the
tables to stun Leeds Rhinos.
Ince helped wipe out Rhinos? 10-point
lead with a spectacular finish in the first
half and then skinned the defence to
edge Widnes ahead late on to seal the
shock win.
The 20-year-old was on loan at minnows
Hunslet earlier this year and Vikings coach
Denis Betts said: ?He has been given an
opportunity and he has shown his quality.
?It was a fantastic win for us, in the
situation we are in. Leeds have been
winning games quite regularly, but we?ve
been saying all year we?re not a bad side.
?We just need to be able to pick the
right players and for them to turn out and
do what they are capable of. This has
been coming in the last few weeks ? we
? Widnes 28 Leeds 20
have been pushing and pushing. We are
not that far off, but we needed to start
winning.?
Corey Thompson also crossed twice for
Widnes and Rhys Hanbury and Aaron
Heremaia were their other try scorers.
Ash Handley, Kallum Watkins, Stevie
Ward and Adam Cuthbertson were
Rhinos? try scorers ? but it counted for
nothing.
Boss Brian McDermott said: ?I don?t
think we lacked effort or desire, but at
times we lacked on-field intelligence.
?Widnes fought for absolutely everything
and we found it hard to break them down.
?I?ve got to question if we should have
been so easily put off our game, but we
found it hard to get any momentum.?
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Greg
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romp to victory.
He touched down three times between the
33rd and 38th minute, and added a fourth
after the break, as the Tigers kept their
lead at the top of the table.
It was also the winger?s fourth hat-trick
in a row ? another milestone that ripped up
the Super League record books.
Castleford coach Daryl Powell said: ?Greg
is getting loads of opportunities.
?He is playing well all over the field, not
just his try scoring. He can be a little bit
better defensively but his attacking play is
outstanding ? and he will get even better.?
Delighted
The win ensured Castleford reopened a
two-point gap on Salford, even though their
joy was marred by a suspected broken leg
for forward Adam Milner.
Powell added: ?I?m delighted because
there was some last-ditch stuff, so it
shows a bit of character in the team.?
Eden now has 28 tries in 17 appearances
this season, while Jesse Sene-Lefao also
claimed a brace.
Leigh trailed only 10-0 when hooker Eloi
Pelissier had a try disallowed.
Eden then cut loose, scoring the final
three tries of the half and the first of the
second after Centurions centre Ben
Crooks was sent to the sin bin for a
cannonball tackle.
Leigh coach Neil Jukes
missed the post-match press
conference, with owner Derek
Beaumont taking his place.
He blasted referee Chris
Kendall and said: ?I just
cannot accept what went on
out there, where is his
(Kendall?s) accountability?
?It?s a joke shop, incompetent.
Every owner and coach can?t
say anything because they are
scared at getting fined.
?I don?t care about being
fined. I texted Ralph Rimmer
(RFL chief) at half-time and
said, ?Fine me if you want, but
I am speaking up?.?
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?
EVA SO GOOD:
Niall Evalds goes
over for a Salford try
LIONS? ROAR WILL
BE PITCH PERFECT
DAN BIGGAR says the British Lions are
literally singing off the same hymn sheet.
The Lions will arrive in New Zealand
today in high spirits ? and in fine voice.
Warren Gatland?s 41-man touring party
have been tasked with coming up with
four songs to best respect the culture of
the four nations, with nightly choir
practice featuring in the training camps.
Wales fly-half Biggar said: ?I made the
decision, when coming down to
breakfast, that I did not want to be with
players from my club or country.
?A tour like this is about getting on
with guys you did not think you would
get on with. You find out they are really
good blokes and you get on well.
?That is really important and almost as
useful as what we do on the field. There
IAN?S NIALL
HIGH CLUB!
NIALL EVALDS showed why
the high-flying Red Devils
can afford to part with star
winger Justin Carney.
Evalds swept over for a hat-trick to take
his try tally to eight in six matches since
replacing Carney.
Salford sold Carney to Hull KR after the
Aussie was suspended for eight games for
racially abusing Toronto?s Ryan Bailey.
Evalds showed blistering pace to
complete his treble after his first two tries
were handed to him on a plate by Junior
Sau, who also crossed twice.
Great
Rampant Salford have now won 13 of
their last 14 games and coach Ian Watson
said: ?Niall was doing well when he had a
chance at full-back but with Justin going
there was a wing spot available.
?Niall has made it his own at the
moment and this was a great result.
?It?s been a long time since we?ve beaten
Warrington twice in a season.
?The new guys that came in gave
us new energy and enthusiasm. It was
a real team performance and I was
delighted the way we defended.?
The Wolves, hammered 40-0 at Leeds on
Friday, conceded seven tries and coach
Tony Smith said: ?We?ve had a fair bit
thrown at us in the last two games.
?We started with some promise but
by DAVID BURKE
WARRINGTON......12
SALFORD.............38
failed to execute and our heads dropped
against a team playing with confidence.
?We haven?t recovered from a tough
game against Wigan at Magic Weekend.?
Depleted Salford were in cruise control
throughout and led 22-6 at the break.
Sau?s new centre partner Jake Bibby
exposed woeful defence to cross before
Evalds burst through for his opener.
And the Red Devils added a third try in
eight minutes via Sau?s first touchdown.
Warrington?s Brad Dwyer nipped over
from dummy-half after Salford?s Weller
Hauraki was sin-binned for obstruction.
But Sau notched his second try with
the visitors? other touchdown coming
from Kris Brinning.
Tom Lineham grabbed a consolation try
for Warrington but they never looked like
stopping a Salford side that took their
Super League points haul to 24 ? their
best return in the regular season with
seven matches still to play.
Smith added: ?I?m disappointed with
the way we are playing, but we have to
tough it out and work hard.?
Watts off in late blitz
HULL FC suffered a third straight loss
in a bad-tempered game which saw
Liam Watts red carded.
Catalans ? with caretaker coaches
Michael Monaghan and Jerome Guisset
in charge ? looked down and out late
on as they trailed by seven points.
But Fouad Yaha and Tony Gignot
crossed to turn the game in the South
of France on its head.
Hull thought the game was wrapped
up after leading via two tries from Nick
Rawsthorne and one from Albert Kelly.
And Catalans, who had earlier crossed
through Sam Moa, were beginning to
run out of ideas.
But Hull pair John Griffin and
Rawsthorne failed to deal with Luke
? Catalans 23 Hull 18
Walsh?s kick and Yaha crossed in the
71st minute. And Gigot showed
composure to edge the struggling
French hosts ahead four minutes later
to end a six-match losing run.
Walsh was once again the provider
with a chip close to the visitors? line and
full-back Gigot was on hand to stun Hull.
Hull?s implosion was complete when
Watts was dismissed for the second
time this season for pole-axing Remi
Casty with two minutes left.
The high tackle sparked a melee
involving both sets of players as the
Dragons, who axed head coach Laurent
Frayssinous last week, sneaked home.
Wane in
big pain
?
Wigan 30
Wakefield 42
SHAUN WANE admits
he was ?hurting? after
watching Wigan crash
again against a Bill
Tupou-inspired Wakefield.
Debutant James
Worthington, 18, helped
the Warriors to a dream
start with the first of their
four unanswered tries.
But they crumbled as
Wakefield roared back,
including a Tupou
hat-trick, to nudge 22-20
ahead by half-time.
Wakefield then powered
home for their sixth win
on the trot.
Better
Champions Wigan have
now gone five games
without a victory and
Wane said: ?A Wigan team
should never be giving up
a 20-0 lead, never.
?There are no excuses,
we were beaten by the
better team. I?m hurting.?
Lewis Tierney, Liam
Marshall and Thomas
Leuluai also scored for
Wigan before they were
hit by Tupou?s treble and
a Mason Caton-Brown try.
Danny Kirmond, Anthony
England and Jacob Miller
added further tries for
Wakefield, with Marshall
and Worthington going
over again for Wigan.
Trinity coach Chris
Chester said: ?To come
here and get ourselves in
the game shows how far
we?ve come as a group.
?We can challenge
anyone at our best.?
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WE?RE OFF: Lions
get ready to fly to
New Zealand yesterday
? by PETE SAMSON
are a couple of characters in the squad
? Ben Te?o and Kyle Sinckler.
?They are really good value off the field.
Players like that are important when you
are away from home for six weeks.
?We have to make sure we are in a
bubble when we are in our hotels, on our
training grounds and at games.
?We have to make sure it is just us as a
group out there and not let anything from
the outside put us off on or off the field.?
Biggar, 27, is not heading to New
Zealand looking to make up the numbers.
Johnny Sexton and back-up Owen
Farrell, who is set to start at centre, are
ahead of him in the pecking order for the
stand-off jersey. Ospreys star Biggar
said: ?What I have found
interesting is the amount
you pick up off them.
?We have chats after
training and talk about
tactics. The two have so
much knowledge and it is
really interesting.
?Johnny and I have got on
really well and after playing
so often against him, it is
good to be on the same side.
Being with them gives you a
good perspective on No.10
play.
?We are not holding
anything back from each
other. I am looking forward to
challenging him and Owen.?
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TENNIS: FRENCH OPEN
DECISION: Bedene
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ALJAZ BEDENE has hinted
that he is ready to return to
Slovenia after his failed
attempt to join the British
Davis Cup team.
The world No.55 made the
announcement at Roland
Garros that he is thinking
of giving up his dual British
nationality again in order to
play in the Olympics after
his fiancee told him she
wanted to return home.
Bedene first moved to
Britain in 2008 and was
given a passport in 2015.
However, the International
Tennis federation have
remained adamant he is
unable to participate in the
Davis Cup because he had
already represented the
country of his birth in the
competition three times.
Nevertheless, GB Davis
Cup captain Leon Smith
and LTA performance
director Simon Timson
were courtside at the
French Open yesterday as
Bedene beat American Ryan
Harrison 6-4 6-0 3-6 6-1.
?At the moment I?m
representing Great Britain,
but I do want to play in the
Olympic Games,? he said.
?That?s a dream. I don?t
know what the rules are. I
haven?t checked. I guess
that means playing Davis
Cup for them as well.
?I have always been
known as Slovenian-born.
But, you know, I love
Britain. I have spent quite a
lot of time there. I?m
enjoying it there. I still feel
Slovenian and British.?
Olympic qualifying rules
say that ?all athletes must
be in good standing with
their national association?
and play in at least three
Davis Cup ties during the
four-year cycle.
British fans will today be
behind Jo Konta and Kyle
Edmund, with the pair
beginning their campaigns
against Su-Wei Hsieh and
Gastao Elias respectively.
ANDY THERE
FOR TAKING
Russian eyes big win
over out-of-form Brit
? from IAIN STEWART
ANDREY KUZNETSOV has warned
?vulnerable? Andy Murray that past
wins won?t intimidate him today.
By his own admission, the world No.1 is nowhere
near the form he would like to be in ahead of a Grand
Slam, with illness and low confidence affecting his
clay-court season so far.
Last year, Murray beat the world No.73 at Beijing
and at the US Open. But Kuznetsov is aware that the
Scot is in a very different place this time.
He said: ?Is there a feeling that he is vulnerable?
If you maybe see the results he showed on clay,
maybe it?s not his best as he showed last year.
?A few guys like Borna Coric, for example, beat him
in Madrid. It shows that it?s possible to beat him.
?I understand that the big guys are preparing for the
big tournaments, so maybe it was part of the plan.
?It will be important to start good. If he starts a little
bit nervy and shaky and I start with confidence, maybe I can win one set and take a lead in the second.
Happy
?You cannot be on top all your career. Sooner or later, it
goes up and down, up and down. He had a very good end
of last year. This year maybe not as good as he wanted.?
Murray revealed last week there have been days
when he has been so ill he has not been able to get out
of bed, but Russian Kuznetsov added: ?I?m sure that
he will compete like 100 per cent.
?But if in the middle of the match he will retire, I
will just be happy.?
There were no such mishaps for two of the tournament favourites yesterday.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic was first on
court, beating Marcel Granollers of Spain 6-3 6-4
6-2, while Rafa Nadal opened his Roland Garros
campaign 55 minutes later.
The Spaniard was just as impressive in his 6-1 6-4 6-1
victory over local favourite Benoit Paire, which did
nothing to dissuade the bookmakers from making
him their odds-on favourite.
Djokovic, however, is unsure how long his new coach
Andre Agassi can stay with him.
The Serb said: ?Well, he?s going to stay till the end.
Well, I hope till the end of this week. Then he has to
leave, because he has some things scheduled already.
?I?m going to try to use the time spent with him as
best as I can, as best as we can. This is exactly what I
need at this moment.?
?
BACK IN THE SWING:
Andy Murray warms
up for his first-round clash
HOLLOWAY A UNIFYING FORCE
MAX HOLLOWAY believes it is
time for Jose Aldo to step
aside, claiming: ?The underdog
is ready to take over.?
Interim featherweight
champion Holloway (right)
tackles full belt holder Aldo in a
unification bout at UFC 212 in
Rio in the early hours of
Sunday morning.
Brazilian Aldo is odds-on
favourite to come out on top but
the ?Blessed? Holloway wants to
prove the bookies wrong.
He enters the contest on the
back of a 10-fight winning streak,
THE ULTIMATE
INSIDER
UFC with Kevin Francis
which includes a third-round KO
of Anthony Pettis to claim the
interim title in December.
Holloway, 25, said: ?Jose Aldo
is one of the all-time greats in
our sport but now it?s time for a
new era ? and I?m the man.
?I?ve been the underdog my
whole life but that?s about to
change. Being the underdog
was just me wanting to work at
everything. I wanted to work my
a** off. My papa instilled that in
me from a young age.
?Now, against Aldo, I have my
chance to become one of the
greatest. I look at myself like
that already and it isn?t me
being cocky.
?It is confidence not cockiness.
If you don?t have the confidence
in what you are doing, you are
going to be just average.?
Hawaiian Holloway (17-3 MMA,
13-3 UFC) is determined to
prove his point against Aldo
and added: ?I just can?t wait to
do the damn thing by getting in
there and fighting one of the
greatest of all time.?
However, he knows he will
have his work cut out against
Aldo (26-2 MMA, 8-1 UFC) and
added: ?He is an exceptional
fighter ? a really tough
opponent.?
Aldo became interim
champion following his defeat
of Frankie Edgar in July and
was promoted to full champion
when Conor McGregor was
stripped of the 145lb belt.
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If Rooney comes back
to Goodison im selling
my tv and armchair give his
best years to Man U now he
wants us to retire him.
Mungo Norman
I can?t believe all the
?lurve? John Terry feels
for himself. ?Mr Big Head?
was undoubtedly a top class
centre half, but his obsession
with himself is beyond belief!
I half expected a pool of
water to emerge in the centre
of the pitch for him to walk on
and to feed the fans with 2
loaf?s and 5 fish! I?ll miss the
player but not the deity!
FOOTY FAN
Toon + Birmingham
fans. Wont have to wait
long to meet up again, only
one season, then
Newcastle will be back
down. Villa des
Any truth in the rumour
that Chelsea are
seeking planning permission for a statue of John
Terry?s head? MR NORMAL
Well done celtic in
winning the Glasgow
and district pub league
again! Baz leeds
Garry Monk thank you
for what you did at
leeds, gutted you have
gone, but you are not bigger
than LEEDS. MAD MAX
The reason the
Stadium of Light needs
more space for a swelling
fan club ? The other fan
doesn?t want to catch
mumps! Duffy
David Woods is talking
nonsense. a team that
finishes 4th could be 16
points ahead of 7th place &
have a lot of injuries. While
the ones below needn?t try
& keep their best players for
the play offs. MONK H
So its been one of
United?s worst seasons
for years and one of LFCs
best yet we won more in it
than LFC have in the last
10yrs. Also we?ve now won
all three European trophies
something shadow dwellers
LFC can NEVER achieve.
DAZ, MUFC
Re Danny Rose. The
reason you?re the
quality player you are, is
because Harry Redknapp
didn?t play you too much
when you were young! I
remember you had
potential, but be honest
mate, you were very raw!
FAN-TASTIC
Danny Rose is so
wrong! Carrick,
Ferdinand, Lampard AND
Cole broke through under
Redknapp at West Ham!
You obviously couldn?t cut it
when you were younger or
Spurs had someone better!
BUBBLES
What a magnificent FA
Cup Final! Well done
all concerned! FA CUP FAN
Paul Merson, read
your column on Sat,
how long did it take to get it
so very wrong? You were a
million miles wrong. It
appears cfc1 and the team
never turned up.
Ray, Keighley
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
Who hit 130 for
Derbyshire in the win
over Northants in Derby in
the 2017 Royal London
One-Day Cup?
Which homegrown rider
took pole and won the
2017 Moto2 Spanish GP?
Who did Lennox Lewis
beat in his last fight in
2003?
A 6-0 away win over
which club ensured
Bayern Munich?s fifth
consecutive Bundesliga
title last month?
Who scored a hat-trick
for Bath in the 44-20
2016-17 Aviva Premiership
home win over Gloucester?
A
B
C
D
E
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43
LEWIS STUCK IN SLOW LANE
LEWIS HAMILTON will have to get
used to being the underdog in the
title race, according Mercedes
boss Toto Wolff.
Hamilton rescued seventh place
after starting Sunday?s Monaco
Grand Prix 13th on the grid.
But it was a familiar story at the
front, with Ferrari?s Sebastian
Vettel stretching his title lead over
Hamilton to 25 points after a
comfortable win.
Wolff admits the days of
Mercedes dominance are over,
meaning Hamilton must be at the
peak of his powers to have any
chance of overhauling Vettel.
The Mercedes chief said:
?Inconsistency has been following
? by JAMES MURRAY
us through the season, and on the
opposite side Ferrari put the car
on track in Barcelona (testing) and
were quick from the get-go.
?So yes, we are the underdog
and we need to catch up. This is
the new reality.?
Wolff is, at least, enjoying the
fact Mercedes might be going up
in the popularity stakes due to
their struggles.
?I like the notion of underdog
because the underdog is the one
people want to see win,? he said.
?I think we have been that since
the beginning of the season.?
Hamilton knows he cannot
afford another low-scoring
weekend in the campaign, given
Vettel?s pace and consistency.
But, like Wolff, he put a positive
spin on his Monaco woe before
the Canadian Grand Prix on
Sunday week.
?I like to look at the glass
half-full,? said the three-time world
champion.
?I like to think those points will
be valuable at the end of the
season. We have got to improve
our understanding of the car and
see if we can do a better job.
?Trust me, I will be pushing, and
the guys will be pushing to fully
understand it because we don?t
want to be in this position again.?
HOW THEY
STAND
1 S Vettel (Ger) .................. 129
2 L Hamilton (GB).............. 104
3 V Bottas (Spa) ................. 75
4 K Raikkonen (Fin) ............. 67
5 D Ricciardo (Aus) ............. 52
6 M Verstappen (Hol) .......... 45
7 S Perez (Mex) ................... 34
8 C Sainz (Spa) .................... 25
9 F Massa (Brz) ................... 20
10 E Ocon (Fra)........................ 19
Hughie in
ring return
? BOXING
?
WORK TO DO:
Lewis Hamilton is
currently off the pace
CRICKET: 3rd ODI
MORGAN
MEN GET
A LESSON
?
JASON JOLT:
Roy walks off
after his latest flop
JO PAVEY won the
women?s Vitality
10,000m in London
yesterday in 32mins
57secs.
Pavey, 43, a veteran
of five Olympic
Games, has already
made the qualifying
time for August?s
World Championships.
Scotland?s Andrew
Butchart, sixth in the
Olympic 5,000m final
in Rio, won the men?s
race.
But the England skipper insisted his
side must not be tempted into a lastminute change on the eve of a major
tournament.
Just 72 hours before their Champions
Trophy opener against Bangladesh,
England were given a wake-up call in
their ODI dead rubber at Lord?s.
System
A batting collapse saw them slump to 20
for six after just five overs against South
Africa. And there was never going to be a
way back following that shambolic start
as the Proteas cruised home.
Yesterday?s performance saw them
skittled for 153 and slip to a seven-wicket
defeat ? but they still won the series 2-1.
It was a defeat which Morgan believes
was good to get out of their system.
He said: ?I would like to think it is
better to get it out of the way before
Thursday.
?We put in a hell of a lot this series, we
got out a huge amount but today was just
a little bit of a hiccup.
?It is quite easy in that regard to put a
line under it. We had a lot of time to
speak about it as a batting unit, sitting in
WINNER: Pavey
Langer?s
Major joy
? GOLF
? by RODNEY WHITE
the changing room and watching our
bowlers bat, which shouldn?t be the case.
?But it is a nice reminder that we need
to keep our feet on the ground.?
Morgan insisted all the players, including star all-rounder Ben Stokes, will be fit
for the start of the tournament and gave
his full backing to out-of-form opener
Jason Roy.
Roy, who has reached double figures
just once in his past five international
knocks, was the first to fall as he edged
Kagiso Rabada to slip for four.
England?s top order followed suit with
Joe Root, Morgan, Alex Hales, Jos Buttler
and Adil Rashid all falling in single
figures as Rabada and Wayne Parnell
exploited the overcast conditions.
Jonny Bairstow is breathing down
Roy?s neck and did himself no harm by
scoring a fluent 51. But once he departed,
any faint hope evaporated, with England
dismissed with 18.5 overs remaining.
South Africa chased down the total with
ease, England?s only bright note coming
via a first ODI wicket for debutant Toby
Roland-Jones, who earlier also showed
stubborn resistance with the bat.
Morgan added: ?I have been impressed
with Jonny Bairstow and he never lets us
down. It?s the hardest thing, telling Jonny
he?s not playing. But as regards selection,
Jason Roy is our No.1 pick.?
Jo still full
of Vitality
? ATHLETICS
But we won?t change
style insists skipper
EOIN MORGAN admitted that
England had suffered a reality
check after their gung-ho
batting approach backfired
spectacularly.
HUGHIE FURY will
fight again on July 8
after he had to miss
his world heavyweight
title bid.
Tyson Fury?s cousin
was due to face WBO
champ Joseph Parker
this month but
suffered a back injury.
Hughie, 22, fights at
the Copper Box on the
undercard of Billy
Joe Saunders? WBO
middleweight title
defence against
Avtandil Khurtsidze.
SCOREBOARD
?
BITTERSWEET:
Morgan celebrates
a 2-1 series win despite
yesterday?s bad defeat
South Africa won toss
ENGLAND
J Roy c Amla b Rabada ....................4
A Hales c Amla b Rabada ...........
......1
J Root lbw b Parnell ......................
....2
E Morgan c de Kock b Parnell ..........8
J Bairstow st de Kock b Mahara
J Buttler c du Plessis b Rabada j....51
A Rashid c du Plessis b Rabada.......4
......0
D Willey c Duminy b Parnell ...........
26
T Roland-Jones not out..................37
J Ball b Maharaj ................................7
S Finn c de Villiers b Maharaj ...........
3
Extras lb2 w8 .............................10
Total (31.1 overs)....................
153
Fall: 1-4 2-7 3-15 4-15 5-20 6-20
7-82 8-134 9-143.
Bowling: Rabada 9-1-39-4. Parnell
8-0-43-3. M Morkel 4-0-15-0. Mahara
j
6.1-0-25-3. Morris 4-0-29-0.
SOUTH AFRICA
H Amla b Roland-Jones ..................55
Q de Kock b Ball .............................34
J Duminy not out ............................28
F du Plessis c Buttler b Ball ...........
A de Villiers not out ...................... ..5
..27
Extras lb1 w6 ...............................7
Total 3 wkts (28.5 overs)........
156
Fall: 1-95 2-95 3-101. Did not bat:
D Miller, C Morris, W Parnell, K Mahara
j,
K Rabada, M Morkel.
Bowling: Willey 4.5-0-43-0.
Ball
10-0-43-2. Finn 7-1-35-0. Roland
Jones 7-2-34-1.
Umpires: Michael Gough (Eng)
and
Rod Tucker (Aus).
South Africa won by seven wkts
England win three-match series
2-1
BERNHARD LANGER
expressed his pride at
becoming the first
man to win all five
senior Majors.
The German?s
record ninth senior
Major win at their
PGA Championship
moved him past Jack
Nicklaus at the
summit.
Langer, 59, said: ?To
go past someone of
Jack?s standing in the
game is something to
treasure.?
Don gets
final spot
? RUGBY UNION
EXETER flanker Don
Armand has been
called up by England
after his Premiership
Final heroics.
Armand, who
starred in the Chiefs?
shock 23-10 win over
Wasps on Saturday, is
in the 32-man squad
to tour Argentina.
Armand replaces
Tom Wood, who is
awaiting a disciplinary hearing after his
red card for Northampton last week.
44
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INFORMATION
STATION
FOOTBALL
Sky Bet Championship
play-off final
Huddersfield (0) ........0 Reading (0)................0
(aet, Huddersfield win 4-3 on penalties)
Att: 76,682 (at Wembley Stadium)
German Bundesliga relegation
play-off, 2nd leg: Eintracht Brunswick 0
Wolfsburg 1 (Wolfsburg win 2-0 on agg).
BASEBALL
MLB: Boston 0 Seattle 5, Chicago
White Sox 7 Detroit 3, Cleveland 10
Kansas City 1, Colorado 8 St Louis 4,
Houston 8 Baltimore 4, LA Dodgers 9
Chicago Cubs 4, Miami 9 LA Angels 2,
Milwaukee 9 Arizona 5, Minnesota 6
Tampa Bay 8, New York Yankees 9
Oakland 5, Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati 8,
Pittsburgh 2 New York Mets 7, San
Francisco 7 Atlanta 1, Toronto 1 Texas 3,
Washington 3 San Diego 5.
CRICKET
ICC Champions Trophy ? Warm-up
match (1-day) ? Edgbaston: Australia
57-1 v Pakistan. No result, rain.
Tour Match (1-day) ? Derby: South
Africa A 145-1 (Hendricks 68no, de
Bruyn 65no) v Derbys. No result, rain.
Specsavers County Championship
Division One (day 4 of 4) ? Chelmsford:
Surrey 369 (Sangakkara 200, Curran
90, Porter 4-89) & 260-9 (Sangakkara
84, Burns 50, Porter 5-71) v Essex 383
(Lawrence 107, ten Doeschate 53,
Browne 52, Wagner 50). Essex (11pts)
drew with Surrey (11pts).
P W L D Bt Bwl Pts
Essex .............5 2 0 3 8 13 68
Surrey ............5 1 0 4 18 13 67
Hants..............5 2 1 2 6 12 60
Lancs .............4 1 0 3 10 10 51
Yorks..............4 1 1 2 9 10 45
Middlesex ......3 0 0 3 12 8 35
Warks .............4 0 2 2 7 8 25
Somerset .......4 0 3 1 4 11 20
Division Two (day 4 of 4) ? Swansea:
Durham 342 (Collingwood 127, Steel 59,
Hogan 5-49) & 276-7dec (Collingwood
92no, Clark 72) v Glamorgan 353
(Salter 75, Cooke 69, Donald 51,
Coughlin 4-87) & 266-7 (Selman 116no,
Harding 4-111). Glamorgan (23pts) bt
Durham (6pts) by three wkts.
Tunbridge Wells: Kent 369 (Denly
119) & 298-2dec (Bell-Drummond 90,
Dickson 74, Denly 71no) v Sussex 164
(Stevens 5-40) & 356 (van Zyl 78,
Philander 73no, Burgess 68, Harris
4-103). Kent (23pts) bt Sussex (3pts) by
147 runs.
TOP OF TABLE
P W L D Bt Bwl Pts
Notts ..............5 4 0 1 20 15 104
Kent................5 4 0 1 16 15 100
Worcs.............4 4 0 0 15 12 91
Northants.......4 2 2 0 7 12 51
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League
SERIOUSLY
football
EDERSON?S
CLEAN
SWEEP
Pep?s �.9m
joy from Brazil
Leigh .........................0 Castleford.................38
Castleford ? T: Sene-Lefao 2, Eden
4, Webster. G: Gale 5. HT 0-28.
Warrington .............12 Salford.......................38
Warrington ? T: Dwyer, Lineham.
G: Patton 2. Salford ? T: Bibby, Evalds
2, Sa?u 3, Brinning. G: O?Brien 5.
HT 6-22.
Widnes ....................28 Leeds........................20
Widnes ? T: Hanbury, Ince 2,
Thompson 2, Heremaia. G: Bridge 2.
Leeds ? T: Handley, Watkins, Ward,
Cuthbertson. G: L Sutcliffe 2. HT 12-14.
Att: 5,518.
Wigan ......................30 Wakefield..................42
Wigan ? T: Worthington 2, Tierney,
Marshall 2, Leuluai. G: Williams 2,
Marshall. Wakefield ? T: B Tupou 3,
Caton-Brown, Kirmond, Finn, Miller.
G: Finn 7. HT 20-22. Att: 13,110.
P W D L F A Pts
Castleford ......16 13 0 3 575 254 26
Salford ...........16 12 0 4 444 274 24
Leeds .............16 10 0 6 417 337 20
Wakefield .......16 10 0 6 402 338 20
Hull .................16 9 1 6 373 366 19
Wigan .............16 7 2 7 356 372 16
St Helens .......15 7 1 7 306 266 15
Catalans.........16 6 1 9 333 437 13
Warrington ....16 5 2 9 278 409 12
Huddersfield..15 4 2 9 280 381 10
Leigh ..............16 4 0 12 276 407
8
Widnes ...........16 3 1 12 261 460
7
SPEEDWAY
SGB Premiership: Leicester 44 Rye
House 46, Swindon P Somerset P,
Wolverhampton P Poole P. Champ?ship:
Peterborough
P
Workington
P,
Scunthorpe P Newcastle P. Travel Plus
National League: Birmingham P Isle of
Wight P, Cradley P Belle Vue P. National
League KO Cup 1st rd, 1st leg: Kent
42 Eastbourne 48.
TENNIS
French Open (Roland Garros, Paris)
? men?s 1st rd (selected): A Bedene
(Gbr) bt R Harrison (US) 6-4 6-0 3-6 6-1,
N Djokovic (Ser) bt M Granollers (Spa)
6-3 6-4 6-2, R Nadal (Spa) bt B Paire
(Fra) 6-1 6-4 6-1, M Raonic (Can) bt
S Darcis (Bel) 6-3 6-4 6-2, D Goffin (Bel)
bt P-H Mathieu (Fra) 6-2 6-2 6-2, J Vesely
(Cze) bt J Sock (US) 7-5 7-5 6-3.
Women?s 1st rd: G Muguruza (Spa)
bt F Schiavone (Ita) 6-2 6-4, C Wozniacki
(Den) bt J Fourlis (Aus) 6-4 3-6 6-2.
TODAY?S DIARY
FOOTBALL
FIFA Under-20 World Cup (South
Korea) ? Round of 16: South Korea v
Portugal (12pm), Venezuela v Japan
(9am).
CRICKET
ICC Champions Trophy ? Warm-up
matches (1-day) ? The Oval: India v
Bangladesh. Edgbaston: New Zealand
v Sri Lanka (both 10.30am).
YESTERDAY?S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Papillon; 7 Silva; 8 Keane;
9 Richie; 10 Matt; 12 Domi; 14 Mullan;
17 Merga; 18 Myler; 19 Port Vale.
DOWN: 1 Pilic; 2 Placid; 3 Lake;
4 Osaka; 5 Astrodome; 6 Centenary;
11 Muamba; 13 Marco; 15 Lille; 16 Watt.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Shiv Thakor, 2 Alex Marquez, 3 Vitali
Klitschko, 4 Wolfsburg, 5 Taulupe
Faletau.
?
WORLD AT HIS
FEET: Ederson will
be City?s No.1 ahead of
Claudio Bravo (left)
PEP GUARDIOLA will be praying Brazilian boy
Ederson is the answer to his sweeper-keeper
headache.
Last summer, the Manchester City boss splashed out �.5m
on Barcelona star Claudio Bravo and told Joe Hart to pack his
bags for Torino.
Bravo, 34, was supposed to be the keeper who was as good with
his feet as his hands but the Chilean international struggled,
eventually losing his place to back-up Willy Caballero before
injury cut short his season in March.
Catalans Dragons ..23 Hull............................18
Catalans ? T: Moa, Yaha, Gigot.
G: Walsh 5. DG: Walsh. Hull ? T: Kelly,
Rawsthorne 2. G: Connor 3. HT 9-16.
PREMIER LEAGUE
Medical
Now Guardiola has splashed out nearly twice the amount he
paid for Bravo to land Ederson, 23, from Benfica.
The �.9m City will pay for him if he passes a medical today
makes him the most expensive goalie in history, beating the
�.6m Juventus paid Parma for Gianluigi Buffon in 2001.
Even in City?s money-no-object world, it is a bold move by
Guardiola to pay so much for a keeper yet to win a full cap.
His belief is that Ederson can not only play with his feet but
also do the fundamentals by saving shots, something that Bravo
struggled to do last season.
Born in the suburbs of Sao Paulo,
Ederson Santana de Moraes ? by IAN WHITTELL
started in the youth academy of his
home-city club.
secured the Double, conceding only
After a year he was picked up at 16 12 goals in the league season.
by Benfica but failed to make an
The highlight of a number of
impact and dropped down to second eye-catching performances came in
tier club Ribeirao and impressed a Champions League clash against
enough in 30 appearances to prompt Borussia Dortmund when he saved
Rio Ave to take him back to the a penalty and made five more
Portuguese top flight.
outstanding stops.
It was there that Benfica began
Talent
to regret their decision. A string
That prompted praise from some
of fine performances saw Ederson
capped by Brazil at Under-23 good judges. ?Goalkeepers are there
level before he returned to the to defend and save the team when
Lisbon giants in 2015 as No.2 to circumstances require it,? said
none other than Manchester United
fellow Brazilian Julio Cesar.
But when Cesar was ruled out for manager Jose Mourinho. ?The kid
the last three months of the 2015-16 Ederson did it.?
And United and Holland keeping
season, Ederson stepped up to the
plate, helping them win their final legend Edwin van der Sar said:
10 league games of the season to lift ?Ederson has already shown in the
Champions League that his talent
the domestic title for the 35th time.
This season Ederson established is undisputed.
?He is always focused and has an
himself as No.1 at the Estadio da
Luz, playing a big part as Benfica excellent reading of the game. He
needs another kind of challenge to
feel another kind of pressure but
the talent is all there, he only needs
to prove it under other conditions.
I?ve no doubt that with his qualities
he can overcome anything.?
At 6ft 2in he is taller than
Bravo, is happy to receive back
passes even under pressure and
his distribution is excellent.
His arrival suggests Bravo will
become City?s No.2 and it also
ends hopes supporters may have
harboured that Hart, 30, could
return to the fold after his year?s
exile in Italy.
Defoe?s delay
JERMAIN DEFOE insists
his switch to Bournemouth
is far from nailed on.
Defoe, 34, will quit
Sunderland on a free this
summer to remain in the
Premier League.
Bournemouth are ready
to offer him �0,000 a
week to join them but old
club West Ham are also
keen.
But Defoe is in no rush
and won?t make a decision
about his future until after
England?s double-header
against Scotland and
From Back Page
complete the formalities over a medical and
become the world?s most expensive keeper
when he seals his �.9m transfer.
Ederson has not been capped at senior level
by Brazil but does not need a work permit
because he holds a European Union passport.
Benfica will bank only 50 per cent of the fee
because 30 per cent will go to former club Rio
Ave with 20 per cent going to super agent
Jorge Mendes? company Gestifute.
The arrival of the Brazilian keeper kills off
any hope of England No.1 Joe Hart returning
to City. Hart confirmed yesterday he will leave
Torino after spending the season on loan.
Hart said: ?Thank you Torino, I am so proud
to have played for your special football club.?
And he is now looking for a permanent move
away from City, either at home or abroad.
Lee fight vow
? by TIM GRAY
France next month. He
said: ?There?s been a lot
of speculation saying I?m
going to this club and that
club, particularly
Bournemouth.
?But at the moment I?m
just trying to keep my
head down and focus on
England with two games
coming up.
?Then I?ll sit down with
my family and decide what
I really want to do. We?ll
see what happens.?
City splash
SPECULATION: Defoe
LEE GRANT has warned
Jack Butland that he will
have to scrap to stay as
Stoke?s No.1.
Grant, voted the club?s
player of the season, was
dropped towards the end
of the season, despite his
top form, as boss Mark
Hughes gave England
keeper Butland games
after a year out injured.
But Grant said: ?I?ve had
a huge disappointment
but the key now is trying
to get the shirt back.
?The truth is, I don?t want
? by DAVE ARMITAGE
to sit behind Jack Butland
and I?m sure that the same
goes for Jack.
?I have to take stock of
where I am, where I was,
and understand that I am
privileged and honoured
to be in this position, then
go again next season.
?I am still trying to learn
and get better, and enjoy
trying to get better ? and
that has allowed me to
make the step up because
of all the hard work.?
DEFIANT: Lee Grant
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
SERIOUSLY
football
PREMIER LEAGUE
STAN
KROENKE
SOCCER
LINES
?
LEICESTER?S No. 2
keeper Ron-Robert
Zieler is being chased by
Stuttgart, Hamburg and
Werder Bremen.
WOLVES are ready
to give boss Paul
Lambert a � pay-off
and replace him with
former Porto manager
Nuno Esperito Santo.
MANCHESTER
UNITED are closing
in on Inter Milan winger
Ivan Persic after the
Italian club?s sporting
director Piero Ausilio
admitted they will listen
to offers.
GRAHAM Dorrans
could be heading
home to Scotland this
summer with Rangers
interested in the
Norwich midfielder.
NEWCASTLE boss
Rafa Benitez wants
to sign Pepe Reina from
Napoli, the man who was
his keeper at Liverpool.
BARCELONA have
named former
Athletic Bilbao boss
Ernesto Valverde, 53,
as their new head
coach.
NEWLY-PROMOTED
Millwall have signed
Bradford left-back James
Meredith and are closing
in on AFC Wimbledon
striker Tom Elliott.
SIR CHIPS
KESWICK
AGE
AGE
69
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77
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KEN
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AGE
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Ken Friar 82
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Chips Keswick
(chairman) 77
Harris of Peck, Lord
74, Stan Kroe ham
Ivan Gazidis nke 69,
(ch
exec) 52, Josh ief
Kroenke 37.
TOTAL: 391
(AVERAGE:
65)
When Wenger was the inspired
choice of the last Arsenal board to
decide who should manage the
club, the oldest man in the room
was 62-year-old Clive Carr.
As the Frenchman looks at the
men who must judge whether, at 67,
he is past it, nearly 400 years of
experience will peer back at him.
Ken Friar, so long a part of the
club?s furniture, is 82. Chairman
Sir Chips Keswick is 77 and Lord
Harris of Peckham is approaching
his 75th birthday.
Heavily
Majority
shareholder
Stan
Kroenke is nearly 70, although, in
fairness, he relies heavily on the
positively youthful opinion of his
37-year-old son Josh.
Steering the committee through a
long agenda of subjects arising
from the first failure to qualify for
the Champions League since 1998,
will be Ivan Gazidis. A 52-year-old
lawyer from Manchester Grammar
School and a self-confessed City
fan, this will be the most important
football decision of his life.
It is one, with hindsight, that
should have been taken in October.
He has always spoken publicly
and briefed privately in favour
of Wenger. At the AGM Kroenke,
a huge fan of the Frenchman,
said the board were ?very high?
on him continuing as manager.
Wenger chose to delay signing a
new two-year deal, perhaps believing he had the luxury of choosing
to do it when it suited him.
Since then there are suggestions
Guns to spend big
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heels in over a proposal from
Gazidis to bring in a sporting
director, something the Frenchman
has always resisted.
Saturday?s FA Cup win, a record
13th for the club and a record
seventh for Wenger, is not likely to
be a big factor in the final decision.
If a compromise can be reached
that Wenger accepts, he is set to
be handed a sizeable transfer kitty
to turn the Gunners back into title
contenders. Arsenal have already
agreed the free transfer signing of
Sead Kolasinac from Schalke.
Also up for discussion will be the
futures of Alexis Sanchez, a target
for Manchester City and Chelsea,
and Mesut Ozil.
Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere,
Wojciech Szczesny, David Ospina,
Carl Jenkinson and Mathieu
Debuchy all look likely to be made
available for transfer.
And while Wenger wants to keep
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, he is
likely to push for a move.
?
AGE
Senior
decide boss?s fate
? by GEORGE SCOTT
?
LORD
HARRIS
SAGA D-DAY
FOR WENGER
citizens will
ARSENE
WENGER?S
future today stops being
a saga and instead
becomes a Saga outing
for senior citizens.
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that some board members have
become less keen on him staying.
Friar, for instance, could be forgiven for taking a less blinkered view.
He has been everything from club
secretary to managing director
and is described on the website as
?a mainstay of the club for more
than 60 years?.
He remembers Bertie Mee,
George Graham, and success at the
club when it wasn?t all about
Wenger.
Sir Chips fashions himself as a
?silent but active? member of the
board ? a potential loose cannon as
far as Wenger is concerned.
Thorny
Then there is Lord Harris, whose
last public pronouncement came in
2015 when he described Wenger?s
claim he could sign anybody in the
world as ?a bit overboard?.
A compromise will also need to
be reached over the thorny issue of
appointing a sporting director,
something Wenger is against.
Indications are that any decision will not be announced until
tomorrow at the earliest.
It all points to a move to extend
Wenger?s contract by two years.
But if Arsenal delay the decision
any further it will be seen as yet
more dithering from one of the
oldest boards ever to plan the longterm future of a football club.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
SERIOUSLY
football
CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-OFF FINAL
?
YORKSHIRE GLITTER:
Huddersfield spray the
champagne around to
celebrate promotion to
the Premier League
?
WE?RE UP: Christopher
Schindler salutes fans
with boss David Wagner
after scoring the winning
penalty (right)
?
DANNY JOY: Hero
Ward saves from
Reading?s Jordan Obita
?
MISSED: Misery
for Reading?s
Liam Moore and
Jordan Obita (below)
YOU?VE
DAVID WAGNER proved that sometimes, football really is a simple
game.
STAR
PLAYER
CHRISTOPHER
SCHINDLER
Kept his nerve
STAR
SHOCKER
IZZY BROWN
What a miss
MATCH
RATING
??
Two teams kick a ball around and then the
Germans win on penalties.
The former Borussia Dortmund coach yesterday masterminded Huddersfield?s return to the
top flight for the first time since 1972.
They did it in the most German way possible,
beating Reading in a shoot-out with Wagner?s
countryman Christopher Schindler hitting
the winning penalty.
They did the same to Sheffield
Wednesday in the semi-finals. But the
prize this time was much bigger ? a
place in the Premier League and a
minimum windfall of �5m.
No-one will be more relieved than
Izzy Brown, who missed the best
chance of the match early on at
Wembley.
But what heartbreak for Reading.
Six times they have tried to win
promotion via the play-offs. Six times
By PAUL BROWN
HUDDERSFIELD ... 0
READING............ 0
(After extra-time)
Hudders?eld win 4-3 on pens
they?ve failed, losing four finals in a row. Jaap
Stam?s side were bidding to return to the top of
English football after a four-season absence.
For Huddersfield, who finished 19th last season,
the wait has been much longer.
It hasn?t always been pretty. The Terriers
are the only team in Football League history
to go up having conceded more goals than they
scored in a league campaign.
They didn?t score a single goal in their three
play-off games either ? their strike in the 1-1
semi-final second leg was an own-goal by Sheffield
Wednesday?s Tom Lees. But they won?t care about
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
STARFACTS
HUDDERSFIELD (4-2-3-1):
Ward 6; Smith 6 (Crainie 88,
6), Hefele 6, SCHINDLER 8, Loewe
6; Mooy 6, Hogg 6; Kachunga 6
(Quaner 66, 6), Brown 4 (Palmer
98, 6), Van La Parra 5; Wells 5.
Subs: Coleman, Holmes-Dennis,
Whitehead, Hudson.
READING (3-4-1-2):
AL-HABSI 7; Ilori 6, Moore 6,
Van den Berg 5 (Obita 64, 6);
Gunter 5, Evans 6, Williams 6,
Blackett 5; Swift 5 (Kelly 100, 6);
Kermorgant 5, Grabban 5
(McCleary 74, 6).
Subs: Jaakkola, Beerens, Mendes,
Popa.
Referee: Neil Swarbrick 6.
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?
We?re
in the
money
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to zero in football is
only a week.
?You have the
opportunity to become
legends. They are
legends now for sure.
?The last time this club
was in the top flight was
45 years ago. It?s a big,
big achievement. I?m so
proud of my players.
?The chairman (Dean
Hoyle) backed all of my
ideas, even when he
thought it was
ridiculous. We said no
limits. Now we know
where our limit is ? in
the Premier League.?
Huddersfield were
written off at the start of
the season after
finishing 19th last term.
But Wagner claims
their achievement sticks
two fingers up at the
critics, including QPR
boss Ian Holloway, who
tipped them to go down.
The German, who had
a budget of less than
�m to work with this
season, said: ?By the
way, Ian Holloway, all the
best for next season.
Loan
?
MISERY: Reading
players cannot
believe it as they miss
out on promotion
BEEN HUDD
Goal-shy Terriers hit the big-time
that and neither will the Town fans in a 76,682
crowd who endured a terrible game.
Huddersfield, who had captain Tommy Smith
carried off on a stretcher in the 88th minute,
offered little after a bright start.
But they know how to win a play-off final. It?s
now four out of five they have triumphed in.
This one must go down as a victory for Wagner,
who turned down the chance to join Wolfsburg in
December to see this season out.
He is now in line for a new contract worth �5m
a season ? and he deserves it. This was his first
game at Wembley. It?s unlikely to be his last.
Wagner famously took his squad to a remote,
uninhabited Swedish island before this season
and made his players forage for food and shelter.
He did not believe promotion was possible then.
But those survival instincts were on show here
as his team outlasted Reading and held their
nerve in the shoot-out.
The Terriers had anything but the perfect start,
with a contender for miss of the season from
Chelsea loanee Brown.
The 20-year-old somehow managed to shin
a pinpoint 10th-minute cross from Elias
Kachunga wide of the far post from no more
than three yards out.
That was the closest anyone came in a first half
dominated by Huddersfield, looking like a kind
of radiation-sick Dortmund in their fluorescent
yellow and black away kit.
After that it was much more even, but it was
scrappy, niggly, low-quality stuff with the two
sides only managing one shot on target apiece
after 90 minutes of turgid football.
Substitute Garath McCleary shot wide for the
Royals in extra-time and Nakhi Wells repeated
the feat for the Terriers. Then came the penalty
shoot-out.
Michael Hefele was the first to miss, with Ali
Al-Habsi saving his weak effort after Yann
Kermorgant, Chris Loewe and Daniel Williams
had all scored.
But after Liam Kelly and Wells both hit the
target, Liam Moore skied one high over the bar
for Reading and Aaron Mooy made it 3-3.
Danny Ward then saved from Jordan Obita to
leave Schindler with the decisive penalty ? and
he buried it before ripping off his shirt and
disappearing under a sea of celebrating bodies.
As the Reading players sobbed uncontrollably,
there were hugs for his players from Wagner,
who pointed to the sky. The sky?s the limit now
for Huddersfield.
?I know a lot of the
pundits wrote us off at
the start of the season.
He was probably not the
only pundit who thought
we would get relegated.?
Wagner admitted his
first job now will be to
bring back some of his
loan stars next season.
He said: ?I think I have
a lot of calls to make.
?I need some time to
get my head around it. I
would like to have all my
players next season. But
we will see.?
Huddersfield chairman
Hoyle said: ?I?m so
emotional. It?s huge for
Huddersfield, we?re on
the big stage.
?It proves you don?t
have to blow your brains
to get promoted. We?ve
done it the right way.?
Reading boss Jaap
Stam vowed to stick
with the club and come
back stronger.
Stam, linked with West
Ham, said: ?I still have a
contract at Reading and
there is nothing that?s
going to take me away.
?I?m happy here, so
why shouldn?t I? It?s a
great club. It?s difficult to
take but it needs to be.
?You need to feel that
experience and learn
from it.?
CASH JACKPOT
Here?s how Huddersfield?s �
5m
windfall breaks down:
Equal share of the TV
money from the
Premier League
�.4m
Minimum TV fee based
on matches broadcast
�.6m
Prize money for
bottom club
�9m
Parachute payments
for relegated clubs
�m
Minimum total
�4.9m
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Pep record for Ed
Wenger to cash in
? by IAN WHITTELL
as he bids to bounce back
after a disappointing debut
season at the Etihad.
He started his revamp on
Friday when Bernardo Silva
arrived from Monaco for �m.
Ederson (left) yesterday flew
into Manchester for talks. The
23-year-old is expected to
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ENGLAND
COLLAPSE
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PEP GUARDIOLA will take his
Bank Holiday spending over
�m today when Benfica
keeper Ederson completes his
world record transfer.
The Manchester City boss
hopes to edge that towards
�0m by the weekend as
he closes in on Monaco
left-back Benjamin Mendy.
Guardiola is understood
to have �0m to spend
EXCLUSIVE
ARSENE WENGER will be
handed at least �0m to
? by PAUL BROWN
spend in the transfer market if
he agrees to stay at Arsenal.
to find common ground over the
Wenger?s future will finally be way the club should be run.
decided later today at the
Wenger wants to stay,
and insiders believe he
club?s most important board
meeting since his appointment. has already agreed the
But it could also be the most
terms of his new
two-year contract.
fractious one in years, with
Wenger (right) and chief
But he will dig his
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executive Ivan Gazidis needing
HUDDERSFIELD..0 READING..0
AFTER EXTRA-TIME: HUDDERSFIELD WIN 4-3 ON PENS
MATCH ACTION: PAGES 46-47
?
JOB DONE: Boss
David Wagner
leads the celebrations
?
UP AND
AWAY: Hero
Christopher
Schindler goes
crazy after
scoring the
winning penalty
WE?RE
SCHIN
THE MONEY
? by PAUL BROWN
DAVID WAGNER hailed his
Huddersfield heroes for
becoming legends as the
Terriers made history at
Wembley.
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Wagner?s men won promotion to
the top flight for the first time since
1972 after Christopher Schindler
scored the winning penalty worth
�5m in the shoot-out.
That?s how much Huddersfield are
set to earn from reaching the Premier
League ? and Wagner claims they
deserve it.
The Town boss said: ?I said to the
players you are heroes. But from hero
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Ince makes ?em wince
RYAN INCE bagged a brilliant brace as
rock-bottom Widnes Vikings turned the
tables to stun Leeds Rhinos.
Ince helped wipe out Rhinos? 10-point
lead with a spectacular finish in the first
half and then skinned the defence to
edge Widnes ahead late on to seal the
shock win.
The 20-year-old was on loan at minnows
Hunslet earlier this year and Vikings coach
Denis Betts said: ?He has been given an
opportunity and he has shown his quality.
?It was a fantastic win for us, in the
situation we are in. Leeds have been
winning games quite regularly, but we?ve
been saying all year we?re not a bad side.
?We just need to be able to pick the
right players and for them to turn out and
do what they are capable of. This has
been coming in the last few weeks ? we
? Widnes 28 Leeds 20
have been pushing and pushing. We are
not that far off, but we needed to start
winning.?
Corey Thompson also crossed twice for
Widnes and Rhys Hanbury and Aaron
Heremaia were their other try scorers.
Ash Handley, Kallum Watkins, Stevie
Ward and Adam Cuthbertson were
Rhinos? try scorers ? but it counted for
nothing.
Boss Brian McDermott said: ?I don?t
think we lacked effort or desire, but at
times we lacked on-field intelligence.
?Widnes fought for absolutely everything
and we found it hard to break them down.
?I?ve got to question if we should have
been so easily put off our game, but we
found it hard to get any momentum.?
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Greg
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claimed a record-breaking fiveminute hat-trick in Castleford?s
romp to victory.
He touched down three times between the
33rd and 38th minute, and added a fourth
after the break, as the Tigers kept their
lead at the top of the table.
It was also the winger?s fourth hat-trick
in a row ? another milestone that ripped up
the Super League record books.
Castleford coach Daryl Powell said: ?Greg
is getting loads of opportunities.
?He is playing well all over the field, not
just his try scoring. He can be a little bit
better defensively but his attacking play is
outstanding ? and he will get even better.?
Delighted
The win ensured Castleford reopened a
two-point gap on Salford, even though their
joy was marred by a suspected broken leg
for forward Adam Milner.
Powell added: ?I?m delighted because
there was some last-ditch stuff, so it
shows a bit of character in the team.?
Eden now has 28 tries in 17 appearances
this season, while Jesse Sene-Lefao also
claimed a brace.
Leigh trailed only 10-0 when hooker Eloi
Pelissier had a try disallowed.
Eden then cut loose, scoring the final
three tries of the half and the first of the
second after Centurions centre Ben
Crooks was sent to the sin bin for a
cannonball tackle.
Leigh coach Neil Jukes
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conference, with owner Derek
Beaumont taking his place.
He blasted referee Chris
Kendall and said: ?I just
cannot accept what went on
out there, where is his
(Kendall?s) accountability?
?It?s a joke shop, incompetent.
Every owner and coach can?t
say anything because they are
scared at getting fined.
?I don?t care about being
fined. I texted Ralph Rimmer
(RFL chief) at half-time and
said, ?Fine me if you want, but
I am speaking up?.?
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EVA SO GOOD:
Niall Evalds goes
over for a Salford try
LIONS? ROAR WILL
BE PITCH PERFECT
DAN BIGGAR says the British Lions are
literally singing off the same hymn sheet.
The Lions will arrive in New Zealand
today in high spirits ? and in fine voice.
Warren Gatland?s 41-man touring party
have been tasked with coming up with
four songs to best respect the culture of
the four nations, with nightly choir
practice featuring in the training camps.
Wales fly-half Biggar said: ?I made the
decision, when coming down to
breakfast, that I did not want to be with
players from my club or country.
?A tour like this is about getting on
with guys you did not think you would
get on with. You find out they are really
good blokes and you get on well.
?That is really important and almost as
useful as what we do on the field. There
IAN?S NIALL
HIGH CLUB!
NIALL EVALDS showed why
the high-flying Red Devils
can afford to part with star
winger Justin Carney.
Evalds swept over for a hat-trick to take
his try tally to eight in six matches since
replacing Carney.
Salford sold Carney to Hull KR after the
Aussie was suspended for eight games for
racially abusing Toronto?s Ryan Bailey.
Evalds showed blistering pace to
complete his treble after his first two tries
were handed to him on a plate by Junior
Sau, who also crossed twice.
Great
Rampant Salford have now won 13 of
their last 14 games and coach Ian Watson
said: ?Niall was doing well when he had a
chance at full-back but with Justin going
there was a wing spot available.
?Niall has made it his own at the
moment and this was a great result.
?It?s been a long time since we?ve beaten
Warrington twice in a season.
?The new guys that came in gave
us new energy and enthusiasm. It was
a real team performance and I was
delighted the way we defended.?
The Wolves, hammered 40-0 at Leeds on
Friday, conceded seven tries and coach
Tony Smith said: ?We?ve had a fair bit
thrown at us in the last two games.
?We started with some promise but
by DAVID BURKE
WARRINGTON......12
SALFORD.............38
failed to execute and our heads dropped
against a team playing with confidence.
?We haven?t recovered from a tough
game against Wigan at Magic Weekend.?
Depleted Salford were in cruise control
throughout and led 22-6 at the break.
Sau?s new centre partner Jake Bibby
exposed woeful defence to cross before
Evalds burst through for his opener.
And the Red Devils added a third try in
eight minutes via Sau?s first touchdown.
Warrington?s Brad Dwyer nipped over
from dummy-half after Salford?s Weller
Hauraki was sin-binned for obstruction.
But Sau notched his second try with
the visitors? other touchdown coming
from Kris Brinning.
Tom Lineham grabbed a consolation try
for Warrington but they never looked like
stopping a Salford side that took their
Super League points haul to 24 ? their
best return in the regular season with
seven matches still to play.
Smith added: ?I?m disappointed with
the way we are playing, but we have to
tough it out and work hard.?
Watts off in late blitz
HULL FC suffered a third straight loss
in a bad-tempered game which saw
Liam Watts red carded.
Catalans ? with caretaker coaches
Michael Monaghan and Jerome Guisset
in charge ? looked down and out late
on as they trailed by seven points.
But Fouad Yaha and Tony Gignot
crossed to turn the game in the South
of France on its head.
Hull thought the game was wrapped
up after leading via two tries from Nick
Rawsthorne and one from Albert Kelly.
And Catalans, who had earlier crossed
through Sam Moa, were beginning to
run out of ideas.
But Hull pair John Griffin and
Rawsthorne failed to deal with Luke
? Catalans 23 Hull 18
Walsh?s kick and Yaha crossed in the
71st minute. And Gigot showed
composure to edge the struggling
French hosts ahead four minutes later
to end a six-match losing run.
Walsh was once again the provider
with a chip close to the visitors? line and
full-back Gigot was on hand to stun Hull.
Hull?s implosion was complete when
Watts was dismissed for the second
time this season for pole-axing Remi
Casty with two minutes left.
The high tackle sparked a melee
involving both sets of players as the
Dragons, who axed head coach Laurent
Frayssinous last week, sneaked home.
Wane in
big pain
?
Wigan 30
Wakefield 42
SHAUN WANE admits
he was ?hurting? after
watching Wigan crash
again against a Bill
Tupou-inspired Wakefield.
Debutant James
Worthington, 18, helped
the Warriors to a dream
start with the first of their
four unanswered tries.
But they crumbled as
Wakefield roared back,
including a Tupou
hat-trick, to nudge 22-20
ahead by half-time.
Wakefield then powered
home for their sixth win
on the trot.
Better
Champions Wigan have
now gone five games
without a victory and
Wane said: ?A Wigan team
should never be giving up
a 20-0 lead, never.
?There are no excuses,
we were beaten by the
better team. I?m hurting.?
Lewis Tierney, Liam
Marshall and Thomas
Leuluai also scored for
Wigan before they were
hit by Tupou?s treble and
a Mason Caton-Brown try.
Danny Kirmond, Anthony
England and Jacob Miller
added further tries for
Wakefield, wi
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