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DAVID
DUCKENFIELD
HE?S SET TO BE
CHARGED WITH
95 DEATH RAPS
HILLSBOROUGH police chief David
Duckenfield is facing manslaughter
charges over the deaths of 95 of the
football fans who perished in the disaster,
prosecutors have ruled.
If convicted, the former match
commander, now 72, could spend the
rest of his life behind bars.
Full story: Pages 4-5
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
Gisele hits
sexy note
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GORGEOUS Gisele B黱dchen
looks every inch a rock chick
in her latest Instagram post.
The Brazilian supermodel posed
with a guitar in a recording studio.
And the daring 36-year-old
wife of NFL star Tom Brady
showed off her slim pins while
slouching in a studded number.
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Tennis star shuns show
TENNIS ace Tim Henman has
told Strictly to count him out.
The former British No1 said
he would rather ?stick pins
in his eyes? than dance on
the BBC show.
YOUR PAGE 3
GIRL IS ON
Page 7
Tim said producers kept
coming back as he rejected
their bids.
The former player, 42, who
reached the semi-finals at
Wimbledon four times, said:
?From when I announced my
retirement, the offer from
Strictly has been there.
?But I?d rather stick pins in my eyes
than do it. I have two left feet, and I can?t
? by ROSS KANIUK
dance anyway.? An insider said programme chiefs were devastated
by Tim?s withering snub.
They thought his athletic
prowess and good looks, plus
his many years of carrying
Britain?s Wimbledon hopes
on his shoulders, would
make him a smash hit with
viewers.
Gymnast Louis Smith and
cricketer Darren Gough have
won the competition.
Judy Murray, Andy?s mum, has
also appeared on the show.
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
Hillsborough match commander Duckenfield
HICKS: NO
NO-ONE
NORMAN
BETTISON
NORMAN Bettison,
?
61, a former South
Yorkshire Police officer
and Chief Constable of
both Merseyside and
West Yorkshire, faces
being charged with four
counts of misconduct in
a public office. He
allegedly ?untruthfully
described his role? in
DONALD
DENTON
DAVID
DUCKENFIELD
FORMER South
?
Yorkshire Police
Chief Supt Donald
the disaster as
?peripheral?, told
Merseyside Police he
had ?never attempted to
shift blame onto
Liverpool supporters?
and issued untrue press
releases stating he never
?besmirched? fans.
Maximum sentence
? life.
Denton, 79, faces two
counts of perverting
justice. He allegedly
ordered the amendment
or alteration of
statements by South
Yorkshire officers
FORMER Chief Supt David
?
Duckenfield, 72, who was match
commander, faces charges of
manslaughter by gross negligence
relating to 95 victims. They will
allege that he breached his ?duty of
care? to protect spectators from
ALAN
FOSTER
FORMER South
?
Yorkshire Police
Det Chief Insp Alan
Foster, 70, faces being
charged with two
counts of perverting
justice. He allegedly
?amended or altered
the accounts? of fellow
GRAHAM
MACKRELL
officers about the
disaster and ?ordered?
them to be changed,
knowing that they
would be given to
West Midlands Police
investigators.
Maximum sentence ?
life imprisonment.
April 15, 1989 Ninety-six fans killed in a
crush at Liverpool v Nottingham Forest
FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough.
April 1989 Lord Justice Taylor appointed
to conduct public inquiry. West Midlands
Police instructed to examine the role of
South Yorks counterparts.
August 4, 1989 Interim Taylor Report
published after 3,776 written statements,
1,550 letters, 71 hours of video and oral
evidence by 174 witnesses.
January 1990 Full Taylor Report blames
failure of police control and decision to
open Gate C without blocking tunnel to
central pens, calling them ?blunders of
the first magnitude?.
FORMER Sheffield
?
Wednesday company
secretary Graham Mackrell,
67, faces a charge of
contravening the terms of a
stadium safety certificate.
He allegedly ?failed to agree
arrangements of turnstiles?
with police and failed to
?make and keep available
April 18, 1990 South Yorks Coroner Dr
Stefan Popper begins first inquest.
March 28, 1991 After the longest inquest
in British history, lasting 90 days, verdict
of accidental death is returned.
November 1991 Chief Supt David
Duckenfield, who was in charge of police
on the day, resigns due to ill health.
March 1993 Families seek judicial review
of the inquest. Royal Courts of Justice
rules original inquests should stand.
May 1997 Labour Home Secretary Jack
Straw appoints Lord Justice Stuart-Smith
to conduct ?scrutiny of evidence?. He
says new inquests are not warranted.
November 2006 Anne Williams, whose
which were given to the
West Midlands force
brought in to probe the
disaster. He is also
accused of providing
accounts he ?knew had
been altered or
amended?. Maximum
sentence ? life
imprisonment.
?overcrowding and consequent
crushing? and that this amounted to
?gross negligence? which was a
?substantial cause of the death? of
95 men, women and children.
Maximum sentence ? life
imprisonment.
PETER
METCALF
records of spectators
admitted to each area of the
stadium?. Maximum
sentence ? two years in jail.
He also faces a charge of
failing to ?take reasonable
care for the health and
safety other persons?.
Maximum sentence ?
unlimited fine.
TIMELINE
son Kevin, 15, died, submits her case to
European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
March 2009 ECHR rules Mrs Williams?s
case is ?out of time?.
April 15, 2009 Minister Andy Burnham
barracked at 20th anniversary memorial
at Anfield. He raises the case in Cabinet
and three months later the Home Office
says full disclosure of all information will
be looked at by an Independent Panel.
September 12, 2012 Hillsborough
Independent Panel (HIP) report critical of
EX South Yorkshire
?
Police solicitor
Peter Metcalf, 67, faces
charges of perverting
justice. He allegedly
?provided advice on
the amendment of
accounts? by South
Yorkshire officers. He
blame put on to fans. PM David Cameron
offers ?profound apology? for the ?double
injustice? in the Commons.
October 12, 2012 Independent Police
Complaints Commission launches its
biggest ever investigation into police in
the UK, centred on officers? conduct.
December 19, 2012 High Court quashes
the accidental death verdicts in original
inquests and orders new ones. Home
Secretary Theresa May announces a
new criminal probe to investigate ?all of
the people and organisations involved ?
before, on, and after? disaster.
March 31, 2014 New inquests begin at
Birchwood Park, Warrington.
also allegedly drafted
an ?addendum
statement? about the
accounts of four
officers concerning the
?monitoring of pens in
the stands?. Maximum
sentence ? life
imprisonment.
April 26, 2016 Inquest jury delivers
verdict and finds 96 fans unlawfully killed.
Finds blunders by South Yorks Police and
ambulance services ?caused or
contributed to? their deaths, exonerates
Liverpool fans. South Yorks Chief
Constable David Crompton admits force
got policing ?catastrophically wrong? and
?unequivocally? accepts conclusions.
April 27, 2016 Mr Crompton suspended
in the wake of inquest findings by South
Yorks Police and Crime Commissioner Dr
Alan Billings who said there was ?clearly
a difference of perception? between Mr
Crompton and victims? families over
whether the fans were to blame.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
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faces 95 death raps as prosecutors accuse six
IS ABOVE LAW
Families
win fight
of 28yrs
LAWTON
? byChiefJERRY
Crime Correspondent
THE police chief in charge
at Hillsborough on the day
of the tragedy was facing
a life sentence last night.
David Duckenfield is to face
manslaughter charges over the
deaths of 95 football fans in 1989.
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
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VICTORY: Barry Devonside,
Margaret Aspinall and Trevor
Hicks. Inset left, Sue Hemming
?
CAMPAIGNERS: Family members of victims, left and above in
Warrington. Right, Jenni Hicks, who lost two daughters
Picture: PA; REUTERS; GETTY; MIRRORPIX; CHRIS LAWTON
Prosecutors said his handling of
the crowd was so ?extraordinarily
bad? it ?contributed substantially?
to the unnecessary deaths.
Trevor Hicks, whose daughters
Sarah, 19, and Vicki, 15, died, said:
?If I?m honest I didn?t think we would
get to this day. This is a success for
society at large.
?There are no winners, but it sends
out a message that nobody is above
the law.
?After Grenfell Tower and others
the message is: ?Watch out, families
will come after you.??
Mr Duckenfield, 72, could not be
held criminally responsible for the
death of the 96th victim Tony Bland
as he perished four years later aged
22, outside the year-and-a-day time
limit for homicide prosecutions.
Former two-time chief constable
Norman Bettison, 61, who was
knighted by the Queen in 2006,
also faces a life sentence
after being accused of
misconduct in a public
office by allegedly lying that Liverpool
fans? behaviour was
to blame for the
tragedy.
Last night Mr
Bettison said: ?I
will vigorously defend my innocence
as I have been doing
for nearly five years.??
Two
other
police
chiefs also face charges
for allegedly altering officers?
witness statements.
Barry Devonside, 70, whose 18-yearson Christopher died, said he
was ?absolutely delighted? at the
decision.
He added: ?I?d been frightened, absolutely frightened, because I thouught we were going to be let down
again.?
Victims? relatives cheered as they
were told the Crown Prosecution
Service?s decision at a meeting in
Warrington, Cheshire, yesterday.
Hillsborough
Family
Support
Group chairman Margaret Aspinall,
who lost her 18-year-old son James,
said: ?We?ve turned the corner.
?The message this sends is: ?Never
give up, carry on fighting?.
?This should never happen again.
No-one should go through this to get
to the truth.?
Sue Hemming, the prosecution service?s head of special crime and
counter terrorism, said there was
?sufficient evidence to charge? Mr
Duckenfield with ?the manslaughter
by gross negligence of 95 men, women and children?.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
COLLY IN
FA FURY
EX-England footballer Stan Collymore
last night called for the arrest of
anyone suspected of World Cup
corruption ? ?prince or pauper?.
He spoke out after Prince William and
ex-PM David Cameron were named in a
report about the FA?s failed bid to host
the 2018 tournament.
It is claimed a vote-swapping deal
between England and South Korea was
discussed for the Koreans to bid for
2022. This would have been in violation
of anti-collusion rules, says the report.
Prem betting crisis
n by JERRY LAWTON
FOOTBALL
legend
Tony Adams says Premier League stars are
hooked on gambling.
The ex-England and Arsenal captain set up his Sporting Chance charity to
support players fighting
their addictions.
BATTLE: Ex-player Tony
He said 70% of the stars on
their books had become gripped
by an obsession with betting.
His clinic now employs 76
counsellors across Britain.
He claimed gambling was
particularly rife among Premier aces while lower division
Adams warns over
game?s secret hell
players struggled with alcohol.
Adams, 50, said: ?Gambling is
a silent problem because it is
still seen as socially acceptable
and does not have the same
in-your-face quality of booze
where you will eventually start
slurring and fall over.
?I love the saying the gambling industry has, ?Gamble
responsibly?. Come on, you
can?t tell an addict to do that.?
He laid a lot of the blame on
the vast wages paid to very
young players.
Adams has published a new
book called Sober, which outlines his battles with drink.
And he offered advice to any
troubled stars. He said: ?Don?t
carry anything around with
you. Don?t be British and keep
it all in.
?My salvation was opening
Picture: XRES / SHITTERSTOCK
6
BOOK-LYN
BECKHAM
BROOKLYN Beckham?s family turn
H
out in force to support his
photography book?s launch in London.
The 18-year-old was joined by mum
Victoria, 43, dad David, 42, as well as
brothers Romeo, 14, and Cruz, 12, to
celebrate the release of What I See.
Brooklyn said his dream was to
snap brothers Noel and Liam
Gallagher together and reform Oasis.
H
my mouth. If you have problems, whatever they may be,
go and get help, and speak to
people.?
Adams ? who last season
managed Spanish club Granada ? said he was shocked how
much support he got when he
confessed to the Arsenal dressing room: ?I?m an alcoholic.
?When you admit your problems you are infused with this
incredible strength you probably didn?t realise you had
?I have just lost seven games
in a row as manager of Granada. It was horrible but it didn?t
mean I had to drink again or
buy a Ferrari to cheer me up.?
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
New hunks and babes jet in to test gang
THE ISLE OF
?
HOT STUFF:
Danielle
tops up her tan
as she waits for
the call to the
island
Picture: GAVIN GLAVE / KPPICTURES
TEMPTATION
? by PETER DYKE
LOVE Island is about to turn
into Temptation Island as
a bevy of new babes and
hunks jet in.
And curvy Daily Star Page 3 girl
Danielle Sellers is certain to spice
up the show.
BB Kieran
?beds? 350
? by PETER DYKE
Brother hunk Kieran Lee reckons he
? BIG
has bedded more women than Love
Island?s Marcel Somerville.
Kieran, below, bragged on the Channel 5
show last night that he has slept with 350
girls. That beats Blazin? Squad?s Marcel
who boasted on Love
Island he has been
intimate with 300.
?Honey trapper?
Kieran was
grilled about his
sexual conquests in
the Big Brother
house.
When the girls
guessed 350, he told
them: ?Thereabouts.?
Meanwhile,
new girl and
self-confessed fake
tan fan Isabelle
Warburton caused a
stir about Kieran?s
disease but he
bedroom antics.
denied it.
Tuesday?s BB
The pair slept
had 911,000
together in Ibiza
viewers. Tonight all
last year and she
the housemates are
accused him of
up for eviction.
giving her a sex
?
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TAKE THAT: Jonny
gets splashed and,
below, the newbies are
on their way to spice up
the show
LOVE ISLAND
SEX GUIDE
CENTRE PAGES
TV chiefs are about to unleash a sex
twist to put the islanders to the test.
They are sending the guys off to a
second villa where a group of hot new
lasses will be dropped in to tempt them
to stray from their telly lovers.
And then in the main villa, bosses
will send a group of hunky lads in to
test the women?s loyalty.
Sexy Danielle teased: ?I?m far too
touchy-feely. And
I love answering
the door in my
underwear.?
A show source
said: ?It?s the ultimate sex twist.
?We have never
done this stunt
before.
?It will show
who is prepared
to stay faithful,
who risks breaking hearts and
could get the
chop for their
actions.?
In last night?s
episode on ITV2,
viewers saw barber Simon Searles
booted out of the villa.
He had been paired up with Montana
Brown before he jumped ship to join
Tyla Carr.
Last night Simon, from Manchester,
admitted if he had survived the voteoff he would have re-coupled with
Montana and bedded her.
He said: ?I would have tried to go all
the way with her.?
Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville
have become the bookies? favourites.
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
Mix ?n? match
CHANNEL 4?s Naked Attraction dating
show will feature two pre-operative
transsexuals in the opening episode of
the new series tonight at 10pm.
One of the contestants called Izzy
told producers she is ?pan-sexual? and
happy to go out with any gender.
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May pay
vote win
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THERESA May?s minority
government survived
its first big test last night
by defeating a Labour
amendment to the
Queen?s Speech.
Labour had called for the
1% cap on public sector
pay rises to be scrapped
and demanded the
Government hires extra
police and firefighters.
But the Tories, with the
support of Northern
Ireland?s DUP, saw off the
Labour proposal by 323
votes to 309.
VETERANS UNITE
THE UK Veterans? and
People?s Party, formed in
mid-May by ex-servicemen
?at war with politicians?,
now has 8,000 members.
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WELL HELLO:
Caitriona smiles
as she meets the
President during call
to new Irish PM
FLIRTY DON
IS BEYOND
THE CRINGE
Prez asks for
Irish TV babe
DONALD Trump interrupted
a phone call with the Irish
PM to flirt with a pretty
television reporter.
The US President was talking to
Leo Varadkar when he beckoned
over blonde Caitriona Perry during
a photo opportunity.
He had been chatting in front of a
gathered press pack when the journalist from Ireland?s RTE caught his eye.
Speaking to the married US correspondent, Mr Trump said: ?We have all
of this beautiful Irish press. Where
are you from??
He then told the Irish leader that she
had a ?beautiful smile on her face? and
added: ?I bet she treats you well.?
HEY YOU: Trump beckons Caitriona
During the cringeworthy conversation
in the White House, Caitriona awkwardly stood by ? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
the President?s desk, before
gingerly making her way ter users were quick to blast
Mr Trump.
back to her seat.
?Please accept the apoloOthers giggled as they
watched on in amazement gy of at least one female
at Mr Trump?s strange American,? said one.
?We apologise that our
remarks.
After several moments, president is a weird, inapthe US leader finally deliv- propriate creep,? exclaimed
ered a message from Ire- another.
Actor Kevin Chamberlain
land?s first openly gay PM.
The broadcaster later said: ?He called you over to
tweeted the whole thing look you over. Gross.?
IRISH PM: Varadkar
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
was ?bizarre?. Fellow Twit-
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
VICTIM: Soap?s Bethany
Picture: EPA
Corrie?s
sex line
rapped
COPS BUST HOLIDAY
BRITS TERROR PLOT
Six arrested across Europe
A BRITISH-based imam was
one of six men held by police
probing an alleged Mallorca
terror plot.
CORONATION Street fans
claim the ITV soap?s teen
sex grooming plot might
put people off reporting
real-life abuse to the police.
One of the men who
raped Bethany Platt ?
actress Lucy Fallon ? in a
recent episode is corrupt
copper Neil Clifton.
And TV watchdog Ofcom
has had 19 complaints that
the story twist might deter
real victims from lifting
the lid on sex crimes due to
the fear ?bent? officers will
try to cover them up.
But last night Corrie
bosses defended the
storyline and dismissed
viewers? concerns.
A spokesman said:
?Every aspect of this
storyline has been fully
researched with child
protection charities and
Greater Manchester Police.
?In the coming months
we will see developments
in the storyline which will
see Nathan and his gang ?
including Neil ? forced to
face the full consequences
of their actions.?
Tarik Chadlioui, 43, made material
encouraging people to engage in jihad,
Westminster magistrates? heard.
Chadlioui, a Belgian passport holder,
HOT SPOT: Brits flock to Mallorca
? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
was arrested at his home in the Sparkhill
area of Birmingham early yesterday.
The father of eight was remanded in
custody and will reappear in court on
July 5. Four others were arrested yesterday on Mallorca, which attracts millions
of fun-loving Brits every year. Another
suspect was held in Dortmund, Germany.
Last night, a Spanish police spokesman
said: ?The cell had international contacts
and distributed very radical audio-visual
material.
?It also had weekly clandestine meetings to test the ideology of young recruits
and their willingness to travel to areas of
conflict.?
It is claimed the group openly supported
suicide missions.
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Thunder
in the air
AN allergy expert has
warned Britain?s hot, cold
and wet weather is
triggering a condition
called Thunder Fever.
Max Wiseberg says hay
fever sufferers are being
hit by the condition. It
happens when rain
delivers pollen back to
earth ?in bucket loads?.
Britain?s current weather
pattern of hot days
followed by wet ones means
sufferers experience more
symptoms and thunder
storms make it even worse.
SELENA POST POT
JUSTIN Bieber?s ex Selena
Gomez, 24, earns �9,000
per post with sexy snaps
sent to the social media
photo site Instagram.
EVERY
SATURDAY
IT?S DOUBLE
THE FUN
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SWOOP:
Spanish
police make an
arrest. Inset,
Tarik Chadlioui
HERO CHARGED AT
ATTACKERS
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A POLICEMAN who took on the London
Bridge attackers armed with just a baton
has spoken about the terrifying experience.
Pc Wayne Marques was temporarily blinded in
his right eye when he was stabbed by one of the
gang. The British Transport Police officer said: ?I
remember grabbing my baton with my right
hand. I took a deep breath and I just charged the
first one.
?As I got near him, I swung at him with
everything I had, as hard as I could, straight
through his head, trying to go for like a
knock-out blow.?
He was later rushed to hospital where he
underwent several operations before being
discharged last week.
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HOTEL
Kids get
Pat pad
PROUD: Model mum
Rosie?s
little lad
arrives
MODEL Rosie HuntingtonWhiteley has given birth
to a boy.
The 30-year-old, fianc閑
of Jason Statham, 49,
welcomed son Jack Oscar
on Saturday.
He weighed in at a
healthy 8lb 8oz.
Rosie shared the happy
news on Instagram, along
with a black and white
picture of the tot?s hand
grasping her thumb.
She captioned the image:
?Our little man arrived!
Jack Oscar Statham 8.8lbs
on Saturday June 24th.
(sic)?.
TATTOO STAR DIES
GIRL With The Dragon
Tattoo movie star Michael
Nyqvist has died at the age
of 56 after a 12-month
battle with lung cancer.
? by LOUISE BERWICK
A PINT-sized hotel designed
for tots is opening its doors
next month.
Alton Towers Resort is preparing
to welcome its smallest clients
with the unveiling of its magical
CBeebies Land hotel.
In a UK first, the quirky family
accommodation will be
completely kitted out for
youngsters, with small sinks to
tiny tables and chairs.
And it will send children wild
with delight as everything in the
hotel is based on the channel?s
most popular TV shows.
Little ones can kip in
Postman Pat?s mailroom or
nod off in the Night Garden.
Self-confessed big kid Edward
Neville, 32, who designed the
magical world, said: ?We are
transporting the children to a
world beyond their wildest
imaginations.
?This time we have really,
really gone all out for our
76-bedroom hotel.?
CBeebies Land is due to open
on July 8.
?
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BIG KID:
Designer
Edward adds
the finishing
touch to room
?
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11
Nutini?s
in clear
?
GOING HOME:
Selfie with fan in
Philadelphia airport
?
FIRST PICTURE: Baby and Liam in
trainers. Below: Instagram message
SINGER Paolo Nutini
has been cleared of
drink driving.
The 30-year-old was
accused of being more
than twice the legal
limit in Paisley,
Renfrewshire.
The New Shoes
singer was found not
guilty at Paisley
Sheriff Court after the
hearing was told he
returned home and
drank whisky before
being breath tested.
CUT TO KNIVES
Picture: MEGA
SECONDARY schools
in London are to get
weapon detectors in a
bid to crack down on
teen knife crime.
POP LIAM:
MY SON IS
BOOTIEFUL
Tot?s face still not snapped
LIAM Payne was reunited
with his ?bootieful? baby son
yesterday
after
spending
weeks on the road.
The ex One Direction star flew home
to girlfriend Cheryl after touring in
the US to launch his solo career.
He posted a cute Instagram snap of him
and son Bear wearing matching zebrastyle Kanye West Yeezy trainers.
The new dad wrote: ?Like
father like son. #yeezy #fatherandson.?
Liam, 23, has had to leave pop
star girlfriend Cheryl holding the baby for weeks at a
time since Bear was born in
March while he toured.
His last spell in the UK was
when he appeared at Capital?s Summertime Ball in
London on June 10.
The adorable snap was
the first photograph the
couple have shared of
Bear since he was born.
But they are yet to show
his face as they are said
to be fiercely protective
of his privacy.
Insiders say Liam
has been keeping in
? by ANDREW JAMESON
touch with his young family via FaceTime and Skype video chat services while
living it up in the States.
Pals claim Cheryl, 33, doesn?t mind his
absences because she knows his career is
very important to him.
They say she understands he needs
to strike while the iron is hot after the
break-up of 1D.
An insider said: ?Harry, Niall, Louis
and Zayn have all released music
this year, so it was important for
Liam to get out there and make
sure he wasn?t forgotten.
?It means he hasn?t spent as
much time as he?d like at home,
but he is in touch all the time.?
Liam has been on a tour of talk
shows and concerts where he
has been performing his new hit
song, Strip That Down.
But he has also been pictured
hanging out with big name
stars and out at parties in
the US since the birth.
And he arrived back in
an Armani tracksuit, a
souvenir of his recent
meeting with fashion
legend Giorgio Armani.
andrew.jameson@dailystar.co.uk
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IVE
CAUGHT LAdele,
Wembley
Stadium
MOTHER?S
PRIDE...
US rockers Spoon
play their biggest
London gig at The
Forum tomorrow and
comic Adam Buxton
might record it. Bassist
Rob Pope said: ?He
has made his own
videos for our songs
before, he?s hilarious.?
THE saying is you slowly morph
?
into your parents and I think
Kylie Jenner is becoming her mum.
Sporting a pixie cut, the 19-year-old
is the spit of her momager Kris, 61, in
a shoot for sunglasses brand Quay.
At least she knows what she?ll
look in like 40 years, if they visit
the same surgeon...
?
Pictures: QUAY AUSTRALIA /
SPLASH
ADELE urged fans
to donate to victims
of the Grenfell Tower
fire at the first of four
mammoth tour finale
shows.
Confirming she
would be stepping
away from music, at
least for now, she
vowed to stick around to
help the people of north
Kensington, near Notting
Hill, where she once lived.
She blasted: ?Today is
the beginning of the end,
touring is hard work. But I
won?t desert these people.
?It?s out of control,
they?re being as neglected
now as they were before.?
Fans could hardly
contain themselves when
she parted the crowd to
enter the stadium soundtracked by epic ballad
Hello.
Sipping honey between
tunes, the London diva
nailed a ?best of? set for
the record-breaking
crowd, including
homecoming tearjerker
Hometown Glory and
Bond banger Skyfall.
And admitting she
can?t wait to get some
R&R after the 16-month
tour, she beamed: ?I?m
gonna go crazy and
smoke some fags on
Sunday.?
WORLD
Crowe
flying
OSCAR-winner Russell
Crowe is bringing his
musical project The
Indoor Garden Party to
the UK and Ireland.
Featuring a raft of collabs,
Russell will be previewing
new album The Musical at
London?s Union Chapel on
September 28, followed by
gigs in Leeds and Dublin.
Ed Sheeran?s a fan, so
maybe he?ll be there too.
**
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JAMES CABOOTER?S
CABOOTER?
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Moyles will air Chris
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September, pluage in
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archives.
BRITNEY Spears
?
is
furious
that
people still think she
WORLD
Matt rips up
book
Si rulHEeGOES
LATINO
with SAM MAYERS
mimes on stage.
But the pop star often
claims she only uses a
backing tape during
gigs, despite critics dubbing her ?Mime Queen?.
She said: ?Because
I?m dancing so
much, I do have a little
bit of playback.
?It really p***es me off
because I am busting
my ass out there and
singing at the same time
and nobody ever really
gives me credit for it.?
?
SIMON
Cowell
thinks
X Factor winner Matt Terry
has the Latin Factor.
After previous X Factor stars like
Ben Haenow failed to strike a chord
with the public, Terry went to Miami to
find a new sound.
A source close to Terry said: ?He?s
working with the best Latin and
reggaeton producers. They see him as a
homegrown Luis Fonsi and are
aiming for another Despacito.?
Simon didn?t sign Matt to his Syco
label, but was instrumental in getting
him to RCA ? home to Latin stars
Iglesias and Pitbull.
A source said: ?RCA can set him
up with credible Latin artists and
get that Puerto Rican sound
right.?
I?ve learned that Matt is working with Carlos Paucar,, the
man behind Enrique?s BailanJam
do, plus talk of Nicky Jam,
Daddy Yankee and Pitbull.
Terry does have his problems
though. A source said: ?Matt
almost had to cancel a photo shoot
in Miami after he spent too long on
the jet ski and got sunburn.?
M諸LEY
Cr黣
?
rocker Nikki Sixx
is heading off for the
dark side.
The bassist is tipped
to join Katy Perry
and Lionel Richie on
the revamped American Idol in the US.
The
ex-hellraiser had a
change of heart
about talent shows.
He told me: ?X
Factor and The
Voice have been
positive, it has
given a lot of song
writers jobs.?
Pictures: GETTY; SPLASH
The talent show champ is ripping
up the rule book and being converted into the next Enrique Iglesias.
13
?
Picture: GETTY
ED?S PAL A
MAN-RITA
RITA Ora says pal Ed Sheeran thinks she?s a
man-eater ? revealing he gave her the single
Your Song because of the flirtacious lyrics.
Reets confessed: ?He said: ?You?re the only
person who can sing it because there?s a line in it
that goes I?m usually the girl that hit and runs.??
Rita performed an intimate gig at Annabel?s in
London last night but Ed is looking forward to
much bigger crowds ? tickets for his UK stadium
tour next May go on sale on July 8.
Sole trading
ONE of Justin Bieber?s
Yeezy trainers is selling
on eBay for thousands.
His right shoe, which
Biebs threw into the
crowd at Wireless
Festival in Germany,
has been put on the
shopping site, with
a starting bid of
�500.
No one has come
forward claiming
to own the left
trainer yet but if the
buyer wants both they?re
looking
at
spending
five figures!
BARBIE GI-RL
MODEL Gigi Hadid resembled a real-life Barbie doll,
?
complete with the 1960s flares and everything.
Zayn Malik?s girlfriend looked pretty in pink as she
launched her own Vogue eyewear collection with a flashy
party in New York.
And the throwback trousers drew attention to Gigi?s
never-ending legs, making her well out of Ken?s reach.
But Gigi?s definitely not a blonde bimbo.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
BRIT ARMY ?TOO
SMALL FOR WAR?
BRITAIN?S army is ?too
small for war?, the US
Army?s chief of staff has
warned.
General Mark Milley
said it was a myth that
forces can be boosted in
numbers quickly if conflict breaks out.
The army boss said boots
on the ground rather than
air strikes is the only way
to win battles amid growing tensions between the
West and Russia.
He said: ?Bombs and bullets from the sky may be
? by KATE NELSON
the first shots fired in a
war but most of the time
the last shot fired is coming out of an infantryman?s rifle.?
British Army numbers
have plummeted to 78,400
from a target of 82,000, but
Defence Secretary Michael
Fallon has said there will
not be any reduction in
the size of the force.
It follows cyber attacks
on the UK by Russia and
North Korea.
Tesco axe
1,200 jobs
TESCO is to axe 1,200 head
office jobs as part of a
major cost-cutting drive.
The cull by Britain?s
biggest retailer amounts
to a 25% cut in staffing at
offices in Welwyn Garden
City and Hatfield, Herts.
Jobs in Bangalore, India,
will also be lost.
Cockfight?s
painful end
WARNING: Gen Milley
A WOMAN allegedly killed
her father-in-law by
squeezing his testicles
during a row about a
cockfight in India.
Gau Kerketta dropped
dead after Anima Kharia
grabbed his privates like a
vice after the family
rooster lost the fight.
Pictures: SOLARPIX
14
?
FINE
FORM:
Gerrard and
wife Alex
enjoy sun
in Ibiza
HOL LOT
Ace dads soak up the sun
FOOTBALL stars hit
?
sun-drenched resorts
with their families as they
enjoy the Premier
League?s bumper break.
Wayne Rooney spent
fun time in Ibiza with wife
Coleen and their sons Kai,
seven, Klay, four, and
18-month-old Kit.
It is the couple?s
fourth break since the
football season finished.
The pair are taking
advantage of there being
?
HATTY: Raheem and lad
? by ANDREW JAMESON
no major international
tournament this summer.
Wayne?s ex England
teammate Steven
Gerrard, 37, was nearby in
Ibiza with wife Alex Curran
and their four children.
And Manchester City
winger Raheem Sterling
was seen in his birthplace
of Jamaica in a family
group and also with
six-month-old son Thiago.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
11-yr-old
was dad
?
A HOLDING
ROLE: Wayne
and kids. Below,
Roo does a dummy
move with Kit, and
Coleen looks glam
A MUM has been accused
of having a baby with an
11-year-old boy.
Marissa Mowry, 25, is
said to have got pregnant
by him in January 2014.
They carried on having
sex ?multiple times? until
he was 14, say investigators.
Her child, born in
October 2014, has since
been put ?in the care of
a responsible adult?.
Mowry, of Port Richey,
Florida, who was arrested
this week, faces a charge of
sexual battery on a child.
WARNING OVER
?PRINCE KILLER?
COOKIE RUMBLED
BURGLAR Kyle McDonagh,
28, was jailed for two years
at Cardiff Crown Court
after leaving fingerprints
on his victim?s biscuit tin.
OF LOVE
?
A TOP
TEAM:
Raheem and
his family
15
OVERDOSE: Singer
THE super-strength drug
that killed singer Prince is
flooding the UK.
Fentanyl, and the even
stronger animal tranquilliser carfentanyl, are being ?cut? with heroin
because they are cheap
and hard to detect.
But experts have warned
that just small doses of
fentanyl, which caused
Purple Rain star Prince to
accidentally overdose aged
57 last year, can be fatal.
And there are fears
that thousands of British
? by OLIVER PRITCHARD
addicts could be at risk
as dealers use the manmade drugs to boost their
profits.
Detective Superintendent Paul Barton, the head
of organised and serious
crime at Hampshire Police, warned: ?People don?t
know what they?re taking.
?It?s 100 times stronger
than morphine, and people
aren?t used to the strength.
They don?t expect what it
is they get.?
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
loved: Bond & Paddington
BABY died inBlaze
arms
tot Leena
found with mum
Tribute
to bear
creator
A baby died in her
mum?s arms in the
Grenfell Tower fire.
Leena Belkadi, aged six
months, was found with
her dead mother Farah
Hamdan, inset.
PADDINGTON star Hugh
Bonneville has paid tribute
to the bear?s creator
Michael Bond, who died
yesterday aged 91.
The actor said it was
?poignant? to learn of the
much-loved author's death
on the final day of shooting
the new movie about the
?lovable creation?.
Michael became a giant
of children?s literature
after his first book, A Bear
Called Paddington, was
published in 1958 about a
bear from Peru who loved
marmalade. He died
following a short illness.
banks? log jam
More than 19.6million
people used banking apps
in 2016 ? that?s 159 log-ins
per second, says the British
Bankers? Association.
17
Grenfell survivor Oluwaseun Talabi had to be held back after confronting housing minister Alok Sharma
n ANGRY
on Victoria Derbyshire?s BBC show yesterday. He was furious that accommodation for survivors is ?temporary?.
Her father Omar Belkad
and sister Malak also
died in the blaze,
Westminster Coroner?s Court in
central London
was told.
Yesterday
coroner
Dr
Fiona Wilcox
opened and
adjourned the
inquests
of
seven people.
Officials
said
the final death toll
from the tragedy will
not be known until next
year as painstaking searches continue in the block.
However, the toll is now
believed to be at least 80.
The inquests yesterday included Leena and Malak,
who both died from smoke
n by ross kaniuk
inhalation. Inquests into
their parents? deaths had
previously been opened and
adjourned.
Another victim was Syrian refugee Mohammed Al
Haj Ali, 23. He had injuries
consistent with a fall.
Husna Begum,
22, and her relative
Rabeya
Begum, 64,
were
also
among the
dead.
The
inquest
of
Mohamed
Amied Neda,
57, revealed he
died from injuries from falling.
And Abdeslam Sebbar, 67, died from fire fumes.
All the inquests were adjourned.
Meanwhile, the number of
tower blocks now found to
have cladding posing a fire
hazard has grown to 120.
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
Queen snub
to sad Chas
on Di death
Katy in ?no
rude? mood
Picture: XPOSURE
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SON ?NOT COMFORTED?
THE Queen snubbed
grieving Prince Charles
in the hours after the
death of Diana.
PRIVATE: Queen
GRIEF: Charles
She refused to comfort
her son as he took in
news his ex-wife
had died in a Paris
car crash.
The claims have
emerged in a bombshell biography of
Camilla, Duchess of
Cornwall.
Author Penny Junor
writes that mother and
son shut themselves away
in their rooms in Balmoral.
As Charles wept, the Queen
stayed in her own room next to
? by RUTH McKEE
his. ?There they were, just feet
away in their private rooms,
divided by paper thin walls,
but they didn?t go to one
another to comfort or
to discuss logistics,?
the new biography
claims.
?He wept bitterly
at the sheer tragedy
of it all. He wept for
William and Harry.?
Prince William,
Princess
Kate
and Prince Harry are to
attend a private service
to re-dedicate Diana?s grave on
her birthday, July 1.
?
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
?
ORLANDO Bloom urged his
ex-girlfriend Katy Perry to
paddle board naked with him, but
she was ?not in the mood?.
The Roar singer ? who dated the
40-year-old actor for 15 months
until earlier this year ? said he
encouraged her to strip with him
on holiday in Sardinia last year.
? by LAURA NEIL
?
Katy, 32, told an Australian
radio station: ?It?s one of those
things where I was like, ?oh nah?.
And I was just not in the mood.?
But she revealed she was happy
to let her hair down on their private
boat. Katy said: ?You know when
you?re dating someone sometimes,
it?s exciting to be like, ?Oh should
we try and make out over here in
this place?? or what have you. I
saved it for the boat.?
She thinks Orlando took his kit
off to ?show off? to sunbathers,
but claimed she needed ?a lot of
therapy? to get over the ordeal.
?
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
FOOTIE LAD, 11, DIES AS
HE TRIES
TO
GET
BALL
Fears youngster may have touched cable
? by LAURA NEIL
AN 11-year-old boy was electrocuted at a rail depot while
trying to get his football.
The lad was named yesterday as
Harrison Ballantyne.
Paramedics tried to save him but he was
pronounced dead at the scene.
It is thought Harrison may have jumped
up on to a parked engine and hit overhead
KATE Price
?
stuns fans as
she steps out looking
a bit worse for wear
for Loose Women
filming.
It seems the years
of partying and living
the high life have
finally caught up with
the former model, 38.
Kate looked
?tired? according
to onlookers as she
arrived at ITV studios
yesterday.
Social media users
took to Twitter to
raise concerns. One
wrote: ?Has Kate
Price been dragged
through a hedge
backwards??
Picture: REX / SHUTTERSTOCK
Price of
high life
cables at the Daventry International Rail
Freight Depot, Northants.
Dave Warner, 30, who lives in the nearby
village of Crick, said: ?He was apparently
trying to retrieve a football when he was
electrocuted. It?s tragic and a real cloud
?
STAR
BANKERS
spend an average
of just 34 minutes
outside each day,
making them the most
sun-deprived workers,
according to a survey
for garden furniture
firm Alfresia.
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Spice shame
A DEALER of zombie drug Spice has been caught selling it
from his home just a month after he was spared jail because a judge said he has to ?care? for five children.
Nicholas Dodd, 27, of Oldham, was jailed for three years
at Manchester Crown Court after he admitted being concerned in the supply of a psychoactive substance.
His wife Kady, 27, was given a 14-week suspended jail
term after admitting drugs offences.
has descended over the village.? A spokeswoman for Crick Primary School, where
Harrison was a pupil, said: ?We are planning to say something official later but at
this time we have no comment.?
Detective Inspector Gareth Davies, of
British Transport Police, said: ?I have
specially trained officers supporting the
family as they try to come to terms with
this awful news. The family will be
desperate for answers.?
news@dailystar.co.uk
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TV fans
TWENTY Doc Martin
fans have flown to
Cornwall from the US
to watch the latest
series being filmed.
They call themselves
?Clunatics? after actor
Martin Clunes,who
plays the grumpy GP.
Adele Gardner from
Connecticut said: ?The
show is so funny and
Martin is brilliant.?
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Derbys, was given a 10-week community
order and told to pay back all the cash
she conned.
Despite insisting she could not even
carry a shopping bag from the supermarket, the swindler was seen in the
ranks of the Derby Midshipmen marching band.
When confronted she swore her claim
was legitimate.
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BT moan line
PHONE giant BT had the most customer complaints for its
broadband and pay TV services, a watchdog revealed.
It received 34 complaints per 100,000 broadband users
between January and March, ahead of TalkTalk on 29,
Plusnet on 25 and EE with 24. The best performer was Sky
with just two complaints per 100,000, according to Ofcom.
Apologising to its fed-up customers, BT promised: ?We?re
investing heavily to make improvements.?
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The Queen is to get an 8% increase
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in income from public funds!! While
the public worker gets 1%. WHY? I had
sudden acts of IRA terrorism starts up
in the UK again with them having ?new
funding?. Jimmy
do not worry about brexit, the tothought we were all in this together. It
ries will destroy this country with
does not look like it at all. I will bet that
Theresa May got more than 1% pay rise austerity and the �n deal for the d.u.p
will be recouped from the poorest famiin her wage packet. Shane
�0 million to refurbish Bucking- lies. Red fred
new labour almost bankrupted the
ham palace yet no money for the
UK but it looks like the tory party
NHS, and thousands of people living in
death traps because their homes were under theresa may could end up doing
refurbished on the cheap due to Tory it first with that dup deal. MARTHUR
�bn to leave EU. It was only a few
Government cuts to council budgets.
months ago we said we would not
Sounds fair doesn?t it. Simeon Scott,
pay a penny. BACKSLIDING already.
Egremont. Cumbria
So the queen gets an 8% rise from JASPER
Looks like May is going to cave in
the public purse, after everything
at first hurdle and pay �b divorce
that?s been happening to this country
lately I can not think of anything more to EU. PIP
500 GP surgeries closed since Toobscene and insensitive. Carry on like
ries have been in power which is
this can cause civil unrest so even it up
by uncapping the 1% pay freeze for the affecting NHS. This government has to
people that really deserve it! Steve go if there is another election.
SCOUSE
Southend
so the Queen got a pay rise why
will teresa may level with us opt
that money should have been used
outers an give us a date wen we?re
to take on more fire services, more po- finally rid of europe and also ave a
lice and NHS. Dennis Southampton
change of mind about illegals staying
good for corbyn for not bowing
here. No wonder we?ve nowt
to
queen.
How
left for nhs an cr***y low
demeaning is that it?s
pensions. bt rochdale
about time this country
Border control offiwoke up and got rid of
cials & intelligence
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biggest
parasite
agencies should remind
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govt & councils it?s a
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what must her 2 sons
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how people spend
think. Give it a rest. anne
their money is up to
wolverhampton
so luvly Lee Rigby?s moththem. But sometimes some
er can hardly afford 2 feed herthings are obscene. Celine Dion
self and fam and yet that scumbag who spends �,000 on a handbag. That is obmurdered her beloved son on the streets scene. Nearly �000 on a pair of sandals
of london is living the life of luxury in is disgraceful. The Bear, london
why wasn?t my hometown newcasprison no chance of him starving 2
tle-upon-tyne in the top 10 list of
death. Outrageous! Mary moore
ref BA: which part of democracy gay friendly cities 4 L.G.B.T people? We
don?t you comprehend dipstick? can CAMP IT UP with ANYONE!
Referendum: one person one vote, ma- michael trimm, whitley bay
BBC rapped over glitter breast vid:
jority rule like it or not! the escrickite
How many tory voters would have
how can that happen when Big
voted for the DUP? R HEAD
Brother had the lady housemates decoJeremy speaks to the younger gen- rating their breasts in glitter as well by
eration at Glasto, Adolph spoke to glitter artists? I say get a life have you
the youth at Nu?berg. Freedom of never seen breasts before? xx Marie
speech (i?m learning russian). Alan T
Billingham
We all know what Corbyn thinks of
on holiday saw some of the most
our armed forces. Nothing, he?s as
beautiful women with bodies
false as a shut knife. I wonder if Putin ruined with tattoos up to the neck, all
is getting his victory speech ready. over the legs, writing on the arms, a
GRAFTER
butterfly on the leg or a little bird on the
It will be interesting to see if, now shoulder. What are those women going
that the DUP has 1 Billion to spend, to look like when they are 70 or 80. jim
?
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Scarlett Moffatt didnt stand a
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chance with ch4s Host The
Week. She should learn that you
need to be more selective when
choosing which jobs to accept as
Chris Evans found with Top Gear,
TV presenting can be a cruel
world! Sheila
So Channel 4s new show Host
The Week has been axed
after just one episode due to low
viewing figures (450,000). What do
Channel 4 expect putting out
mind numbing progs like this? It
leaves Scarlett Moffatt the one
and only ever presenter. Guess
she won?t just be remembered for
Gogglebox? L L COOL
any Tipping Pointer puttin
the jackpot counter in zone 2
or 3 is an idiot. It can err left or
right but if u choose 1 or 4 it can
only err 1 way as if it errs 2 to the
wall it bounces back in 2 chosen
zone. Simple science of motion u
morons. Bantaman
Barry Gibb, the cad, also covered the Diana Ross song
Chain Reaction and Barbra Streisand?s Woman in Love. The
Beatles stole Shirley Bassey?s
Something,
Lennon
pinched
Brian Ferry?s Jealous Guy, and
Slade
nicked
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re jimmy worsley: boyzone
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A MUM terrified of
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Kimberley Seymour
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she had bought from a
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daughter Phoebe, nine,
who was off school with
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the container.
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WATCH SEXY TV
Take an iPad along so you can keep
up with your favourite sexy shows
like Love Island and be inspired by
their romancing skills. Boxsets like
Sky Atlantic?s Riviera will also get
you in the mood.
PACK TOYS
Remote control vibes are fantastic for
teasing by the pool, there are plenty of
places in your hotel room to use tie-up
tools (like scarves or handcuffs), pack a
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D UP THE NATION...NOW JOIN IN THE FUN WITH OUR
GREAT PLACES TO
HAVE HOLIDAY FUN
IN YOUR HOTEL ROOM... because
ALL hotel rooms are sexy, even if they?re
not luxurious. They remind us of steamy
affairs and you can?t help but think about
what might have gone on in there! Most
have mirrored cupboards or walls so you
can have a great view of what?s going on.
IN THE BATH? If there?s one with jets,
you?d be rude not to jump in there with
champagne and position yourself where
they hit the spot. A good position
choice: he sits with knees bent, she sits
on his lap.
IN THE SHOWER? Use soap-free
cleanser so fingers can disappear into all
sorts of places. Shampooing each
other?s hair is an incredibly intimate and
sexy thing to do. Let him shave your
legs; let her shave your face.
ON A SECLUDED BEACH? Take some
towels and sarongs and you?ll get away
with murder.
IN THE COUNTRYSIDE? Walk a little
off the beaten track and you?ll find
conveniently placed trees or bushes that
shield you from view.
t & steamy
XY PACKING LIST
blindfold for role-play and a discreetlysized waterproof vibrator (or one
disguised as something innocent like a
rubber ducky!) for playtime in the pool.
I?d strongly advise putting all your sex
toys into your main suitcase. If you?re
not, remove the batteries and remember
to pack adaptor plugs and check your
destination before going. Some
countries won?t allow you to
bring them in. You could
have them confiscated if
you?re headed to Saudi
Arabia and United
Emirates,
Arab
Thailand (yes really), Vietnam, India,
Maldives
the
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(again,
and Malaysia.
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KEEP LUBED
It makes everything feel better
and, because you?ll
be having sex more
often, lube will stop
you getting sore.
p
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DON?T GET SICK
Take emergency antibiotics,
these are especially useful if you?re
prone to cystitis after too much wine or
sitting around in wet swimsuits.
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SUMMER
SEX GUIDE
SEXY SHADES
Making eye contact says: ?You?re my pick
of everyone who?s here?.
PLAN YOUR PILL
Bring some emergency contraception.
AT A FAMOUS SIGHTSEEING
ATTRACTION? Yes, full sex is way too
ambitious but you can certainly get away
with a quick snog and/or a fumble behind
a post at a landmark you?ll never forget.
IN A POSH RESTAURANT? Wear
a floaty dress with no pants and
keep a straight face while the waiter
takes your order.
IN THE POOL, THE SEA OR A HOT
TUB? In movies and porn these are the
main hotspots for holiday sex. But you?re
best avoiding them because they?re full
of bacteria that cause irritations, urinary
tract and yeast infections ? all of which
will spoil sex for the rest of the holiday.
Jump in for some steamy foreplay, jump
out for the final act.
NEW POSITIONS & TIPS
THREE THINGS TO TRY
ROCKING HORSE: Perfect for lazy,
sensual sex when you?ve been all day in
the sun. He sits with legs stretched apart
in front of him. Facing him, she sits
between his legs, putting her legs over
his and feet either side of his chest. Clasp
each other?s wrists then rock. One
leans back as the other leans
forward, pulling each other
up with your arms.
LOVE TRIANGLE: Save
this for after you?ve
had
a
romantic
dinner out, spent
talking about how
happy you are
together! She lies
back, he kneels in
front of her. He
takes hold of her
feet and brings the
soles
together,
pushing her legs
back towards her
chest. Her legs form a
triangle, forming a
?frame? around both your
naughty bits.
MONKEY: Perfect for fast, passionate, impromptu sex, it?s also a manly,
caveman-type position for when you?re
feeling adventurous. He leans against a
wall and lifts her up by taking a firm grip
of her bottom. She winds her arms
around his neck, grips his thighs with
hers and puts her feet against the wall to
give leverage and help him thrust. Don?t
expect to last more than a few minutes!
JOY OF SIX
1: Stand in front of a long
mirror, totally naked.
Get your partner to stand
behind you, blindfolded and
also naked.
Let them explore, touch and kiss
all parts of you as you watch yourself become aroused. Take turns.
2: Stay clothed during sex and
instead push your underwear
to one side.
It?s what you used to do at the
start, when you couldn?t wait
to have each other.
3: Have a code word that
means let?s find an excuse to
go back to the room for five
minutes for a quickie.
4: Have sex somewhere that
you can?t make any noise or
you?ll be discovered or where
the kids will hear.
Having to stay totally silent is a
huge turn-on ? tease each other
mercilessly.
5: Make a sex bucket list of all the
new things you?d both like to try.
Then puts dates beside each one, so
there?s a deadline.
6: Have sex in front of a window with the
blinds up. If you?re brave you?ll leave a
side light on so anyone peering in can see
a sexy silhouette, otherwise do it in the
dark knowing no-one can see you but you
can see everyone else.
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ROMPS:
Be saucy
and get wet
and very wild
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HERE?S The Master and Missy
looking like they?re on Strictly.
One thing is for sure, the TV villains
will lead The Doctor a merry dance
in the series finale.
Actor John Simm is back after
seven years as The Doc?s nemesis
The Master.
And this time he is sporting a
goatee beard as a tribute to the two
actors who famously had previously
played the character ? the late Roger
Delgado in the 1970s and the late
Anthony Ainley in the 1980s.
John said: ?There?s a line in the final
episode where he mentions ?oldschool?, and I made sure to give the
beard a little stroke ? a small nod
to the old Masters.?
The Life On Mars star was
shocked to be asked back after he
failed to appear in the 50th
anniversary show in 2013, which
featured many of the old faces.
Meanwhile, Michelle Gomez ? who
plays The Master?s female incarnation
Missy ? was thrilled to have John on
board, adding: ?We both own the
character and, for me, it?s just another
opportunity to be evil.
?Now I?ve got two heads, rather
than one.?
?
SCARY &
HAIRY:
Roger Delgado
and, right,
Anthony Ainley
both played the
iconic role of
Doc?s nemesis
70s
80s
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?
NICOLA Walker, Meera
Syal and Stephen
Tompkinson star in new
BBC drama The Split
about a family of female
lawyers who deal with a
deluge of divorce cases.
?
BBC Two sitcom
White Gold starring
former Inbetweeners
James Buckley and Joe
Thomas has got the green
light for a second series.
?
ITV is turning the
classic novel Vanity
Fair into a drama starring
Ready Player One
actress Olivia Cooke.
?
ROCHDALE sexgrooming drama
Three Girls has become
BBC iPlayer?s most
watched show in May.
bass player
? VAMPS
Connor Ball will join
Tattoo Fixers stars
Sketch and Paisley and
First Dates waitress CiCi
Coleman for E4?s new
series of All Star Driving
School.
?
A SEQUEL to classic
German WWII film Das
Boot ? eight-part drama
Dive Dive Dive ? will air
on Sky Atlantic next year.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
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BBC One
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Crimewatch Roadshow
The team takes to the streets to
expose driving offences. (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Exploring properties in Staffordshire,
Birkenhead and Paisley. (AD) (W) (S)
11.00 A&E On The Road The trauma
team helps a man who has been hit in
the head with a sledgehammer. (AD)
11.45 Caught Red Handed (AD) (R)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Two teams select
antiques for auction in Newark,
Nottinghamshire. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather (S)
1.45 Doctors Ayesha gets frustrated
when she is not allowed to leave work
to visit her mother, while PC Watson
checks out a protest. (AD) (W) (S)
2.15 Impossible Rick Edwards hosts
the gameshow in which 24 recurring
contestants compete to win �,000.
3.00 Escape To The Country
Alistair Appleton is in the Cotswolds
on an unusual house-hunting mission
with a couple with �0,000. (AD) (R)
3.45 Money For Nothing
Sarah Moore saves three more items
from the recycling centre in Surrey. (R)
4.30 Street Auction Paul Martin
and Tim Weeks collect unwanted
items from Matson, Gloucester. (R)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show, presented
by Alexander Armstrong. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S)
DIY SOS: The
Big Build:
Nick Knowles
helps transform
another home,
9pm
7
PM
8
PM
9
PM
10
PM
11
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TV GUIDE
BBC Two
6.00 The TV That Made Me
Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood
chooses her favourite memories. (R)
6.30 A&E On The Road
The BASICS team treat two-year-old
Ashanti, who has suffered a fit. (R)
7.15 Bargain Hunt Two teams
of mothers and sons take part in
Kingston upon Thames. (AD) (R) (W)
8.00 Sign Zone: Bake Off: Creme
De La Creme Angus Deayton
presents the second semi-final. (R)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
12.00 Daily Politics Parliamentary
reports, presented by Andrew Neil.
1.00 Tennis From Eastbourne
The AEGON International. John
Inverdale presents coverage of day
four from the Devonshire Park Lawn
Tennis Club in Eastbourne, featuring
the quarter-finals. Eventual champion
Dominika Cibulkova recorded a 4-6,
7-6, 6-3 victory over top seed
Agnieszka Radwanska at this stage
last year. With commentary by Sam
Smith and Gigi Salmon. Coverage
continues on the interactive service.
5.15 Flog It! Paul Martin is joined by
experts Michael Baggott and Caroline
Hawley at Normanby Hall. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads General knowledge
quiz hosted by Jeremy Vine. (R) (W)
6.30 Curious Creatures
Team captains Chris Packham and
Lucy Cooke are joined by Steve
Leonard and Miranda Krestovnikoff.
Mock The
Week:
Romesh
Ranganathan
takes part in
the comedy
show,
10pm
7.00 The One Show Matt Baker
and Alex Jones present the live
magazine show, featuring chat
and stories of interest. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders Johnny does
his best to make things up with
Derek, while Mick prepares for
Linda?s return. (AD) (W) (S)
7.00 The World?s Most
Extraordinary Homes
Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin
explore a house in Canada
inspired by two ships in dry
dock, designed to peer over the
coast, allowing the sea to pass
underneath. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
8.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming
Alan Pennington heads to a scrap
yard to recover money owed to a
mechanic who was sold a faulty
engine, while Sheriffs Lawrence
and Kev face a tricky problem as
they deal with the repossession of
a garage business. (AD) (W) (S)
8.00 Great British Menu:
The Finals The chefs are going
all out as they serve their dessert
course. Oliver Peyton, Andi Oliver
and Matthew Fort are joined by
tennis player Annabel Croft to
judge the puddings, before
selecting the final menu. (W) (S)
9.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build
The team helps a couple whose
24-year-old son Ryan has been
living in hospital for the last five
years, as they renovate the
downstairs of their three-bedroom
house in Bristol so he can move
back home. (AD) (W) (S)
9.00 Horizon: Dawn Of The
Driverless Car Exploring the
artificial intelligence required to
replace human drivers, focusing
on issues including the ethics of
driverless car crashes, the
impact on jobs and examining the
reality of driverless cars. (W) (S)
10.00BBC News At Ten
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (W)
10.00Mock The Week
With Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne,
Milton Jones, Nish Kumar and
Romesh Ranganathan. (W) (S)
10.30Newsnight
Analysis of the day?s events,
presented by Evan Davis. (W) (S)
Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
10.30Local News, Weather
10.45Question Time
David Dimbleby chairs the debate
from Hastings, East Sussex, with
a panel of politicians and other
guests facing topical questions
from the audience. (W) (S)
11.15Who Should We Let In?
Ian Hislop On The First
Great Immigration Row
Ian Hislop explores the decades
from the Victorian era to World
11.45This Week Andrew Neil,
War One, when modern Britain
Michael Portillo and other guests
introduced its first peacetime
take a look back at the past seven
restrictions on immigration. (R)
days? political and parliamentary
developments. (S) Followed by
12.15 Sign Zone: Paul
Weather For The Week Ahead.
midnight 12.35-6.00 BBC News Latest national
and international headlines, including
weather forecast and sport results.
Hollywood?s Big Continental
Road Trip Paul spends six days
exploring Germany. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
1.15 Sign Zone: Wild Ireland: The
Edge Of The World (AD) (R) (W) (S)
2.15-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain
Sally Lindsay chats about the last
series of Mount Pleasant. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Hugh Jackman talks
about his upcoming film The Greatest
Showman. Lorraine Kelly presents. (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features, plus an interview
with Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig who
talk about Despicable Me 3. (S)
12.30 Loose Women Presented by
Andrea McLean, Linda Robson, Jane
Moore and Penny Lancaster. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Local News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life
cases in a studio courtroom. (R) (W)
3.00 David Dickinson?s Name
Your Price Gameshow in which
contestants compete against one
another to correctly value items. (AD)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz. (R) (W)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as four contestants answer
general knowledge questions. (R) (W)
6.00 Local News, Weather
6.15 ITV News, Weather
6.30 Live 2017 FIFA
Confederations Cup Germany
v Mexico (Kick-off 7.00pm). Mark
Pougatch presents coverage of the
semi-final from Fisht Olympic Stadium.
The Chase:
Bradley Walsh
hosts the
general
knowledge
quiz,
5pm
7.00 Live 2017 FIFA
Confederations Cup
Further coverage of the second
semi-final from Fisht Olympic
Stadium in Sochi, Russia. Both of
the teams progressed to the last
four having won two and drawn
one of their group-stage matches,
and while that record was good
enough for Germany to finish at
the top of Group B, Mexico had
to settle for second place behind
Portugal in Group A, owing to
their inferior goal difference.
With analysis from Lee Dixon
and Matthew Upson, and
commentary by Sam Matterface.
Subsequent programmes are
subject to change. (W) (S)
9.15 Killer Women With Piers
Morgan Piers travels to
Homestead Correctional
Institution in Florida to meet
Amber Wright, who, at the age of
15 conspired with a group of
friends to kill her ex-boyfriend
Seath Jackson. (AD) (W) (S)
Channel 4
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R,S)
6.45 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.10 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
The kids damage Ray?s dictionary. (R)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Debra helps to plan a recruitment
party at Frank?s lodge. (R,S)
8.35 Frasier Millicent Martin stars. (R)
9.05 Frasier Frasier agrees to appear
on KACL?s show for teenagers. (R,S)
9.35 Frasier Niles plans the perfect
evening to propose to Daphne. (R,S)
10.05 Ramsay?s Kitchen
Nightmares USA The chef visits
family-run Luigi?s in California. (R,S)
11.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun A couple want a second home
they can escape to in Spain. (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News Headlines.
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Three more couples compete. (R)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers (R,S)
2.10 Countdown Guest Colin
Murray is in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 Fifteen To One Sandi Toksvig
hosts the general knowledge quiz. (S)
4.00 Best Of Both Worlds
Lucy Alexander helps house hunters
in West Yorkshire and Sussex. (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The final visit is
to The Tushielaw Inn in Selkirk. (S)
5.30 Come Dine With Me (R,S)
6.00 The Simpsons A department
store Santa grants Lisa?s wish. (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Farrah is concerned
by how attached Kim is getting. (AD)
8 Out Of 10
Cats Does
Countdown:
Jimmy Carr
hosts the
words-andnumbers game,
9pm
Channel 5
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff The day?s
news comes under scrutiny from
Matthew Wright and the panel.
11.15 House Doctor Tracy Metro
helps a man tidy up his West
Yorkshire home. (AD) (R,S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 Big Brother Daily round-up
of highlights, revealing how the
housemates are getting on. (R,S)
1.10 Access Latest showbiz news.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.15 NCIS: Los Angeles The team
investigates when a navy intelligence
commander responsible for tracking
the movements of a Venezuelan
politician disappears. (AD) (R,S)
3.15 FILM: Left To Die: The
Sandra & Tammi Chase Story
2012 (12) A woman takes a holiday in
Ecuador, but ends up arrested for
drug trafficking. Her daughter devotes
herself to getting her released, facing
a lengthy battle with bureaucracy and
a foreign legal system. Fact-based
drama, starring Barbara Hershey. (W)
5.00 5 News, Weather (S)
5.30 Neighbours Ben overreacts
when he hears Yashvi and Luke
gossiping about Xanthe. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away Another
argument leads Zac to the conclusion
that his marriage is over. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening?s main headlines. (S)
Big
Brother:
Live
Eviction:
Emma Willis
hosts the latest
eviction,
9pm
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away An episode combining
new and unforgettable past
cases, with the High Court
Enforcement Agents tackling
troublesome situations in London,
Manchester and Liverpool. (R,S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
8.00 The Supervet Pioneering
veterinarian Dr Noel Fitzpatrick
uses his talents to treat a puppy
which has difficulties with walking,
a lurcher called Dylan needs
help with a collapsed joint and a
one-year-old cat that was hit by
a car. Last in the series. (AD) (S)
8.00 In Sickness And In
Wealth: On Benefits
A Blackpool martial arts
enthusiast dismissed for breaking
a colleague?s nose, a Liverpool
couple keen to get married on
benefits and an autistic man in
need of a mobility scooter. (S)
9.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
Countdown Jonathan Ross,
Lee Mack and Victoria Coren
Mitchell join regulars Jon
Richardson and Jimmy Mack
for the words-and-numbers
game. Jessie Cave joins Susie
Dent in Dictionary Corner. (S)
9.00 Big Brother: Live
Eviction Emma Willis hosts the
latest eviction, revealing which of
this week?s nominees the public
have voted out, then chatting to
them about their time on the
show, who they think voted for
them and why they feel it was
their time to go. But before that,
there?s the question of seeing
how they?ve all been getting
on in the regular round-up. (S)
11.00Fearless DCS Greenwood
demands information from Emma
about the missing SIM card from
Miriam?s phone, but she denies
any knowledge. Meanwhile, the
Simms family visit MP Matthew
Wild to seek his help. Thriller,
starring Helen McCrory. (AD) (R)
10.00Naked Attraction
New series. Dating show hosted
by Anna Richardson in which two
singletons choose a date from a
selection of people, who will be
10.35Big Brother?s Bit On The
revealed to them one body part
Side Rylan Clark-Neal discusses
at a time. First into the studio is
tonight?s eviction, asking the
21-year-old Dom from Hampshire.
panel whether the public made
the right decision, talking to
11.05Real, Fake Or Unknown
Emma Willis and meeting the
New series. Using scientific
unlucky ex-housemate. (S)
analysis and digital forensics,
this series examines some of
11.35Big Brother: Live From
the web?s most-watched clips,
The House Live streaming,
uncovering how they were made.
picking up with the hopefuls to
reveal how they are getting on. (S)
12.00 Jackpot247 Viewers are
offered the chance to participate in
live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show. The host invites
guests to air their differences over
family and relationship issues. (R)
(SL) 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. Textbased information service. 5.05-6.00
The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W)
12.10 First Dates (AD) (R,S) 1.05
Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares USA
(R) 1.55 Loaded (R) 2.40 Location,
Location, Location (R,S) 3.35 Selling
Houses With Amanda Lamb (S) 4.30
Kirstie?s Fill Your House For Free (R)
4.35 Brexit ? How To Get A British
Passport: Channel 4 Dispatches (R)
10.15ITV News, Weather
10.45Local News, Weather
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
12.00 SuperCasino Viewers get the
chance to take part in live interactive
gaming. 3.10 The Hotel Inspector.
Alex Polizzi returns to help a couple
with their beach-front business. (R,S)
4.00 My Mum?s Hotter Than Me! (R)
(SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL)
(S) 5.10 House Busters (R) (SL) (S)
5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL) (S)
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
TV GUIDE
5STAR
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
8.10 That ?70s Show US sitcom. (S)
8.35 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
10.15 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
10.45 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
11.10 My Wife And Kids Hit comedy.
11.40 My Wife And Kids US sitcom.
12.05 My Wife And Kids
The family plays a revealing game. (S)
12.35 My Wife And Kids Hit comedy.
1.00 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
2.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away Paul Bohill and Steve Pinner
are in Birmingham on a potentially
dangerous, full-scale eviction of a
large traveller community. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Dance Moms The Nationals
loom and Abby must decide who will
achieve their wish to compete. (S)
5.00 My Wife And Kids Junior
grows tired of living in the garage. (S)
5.30 My Wife And Kids Michael
agrees to help Kady sell chocolate to
raise money for her school. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Ben overreacts
when he hears Yashvi and Luke
gossiping about Xanthe. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away Irene
decides to take a break from the Bay.
7.00 Dance Moms Chloe and
Kendall go head to head for the
second time in the series. (R,S)
8.00 Dance Moms Abby gives Brynn
and JoJo hip-hop solos, but hands
Mackenzie a safe acrobatic routine.
9.00 FILM: Snitch 2013 (12) A man
learns his estranged son is facing
ten years in prison for a crime he did
not commit, so makes a deal with the
authorities. Crime thriller, with Dwayne
Johnson and Susan Sarandon. (S)
11.15 South Park Butters is diagnosed
as having multiple-personality
disorder. Animated comedy. (S)
11.45 South Park Stan?s worldview
changes following his tenth birthday.
12.10 South Park Animated comedy.
12.45 Sex Pod 1.50 The Magicians
2.50 The Magicians 3.35 That ?70s
Show 4.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Castle The author investigates
how a military robot killed a man. (S)
10.00 Law & Order An investment
analyst is murdered. US drama. (S)
11.00 Law & Order A college activist
is stabbed. Jerry Orbach stars. (S)
12.00 CSI: Miami Delko is rushed
to hospital. Rex Linn stars. (AD) (S)
1.00 NCIS The agents are asked by
the deputy district attorney to search
for a missing Navy officer. (AD) (S)
2.00 Cedar Cove Grace tries to
put Will?s actions behind her, while
he makes big plans for the future.
3.00 Cedar Cove Jack is offered his
dream job in Philadelphia, meanwhile,
Maryellen explores John?s past.
4.00 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green investigate the murder of a
struggling actress in what appears
to have been a bungled robbery. (S)
5.00 Law & Order An unusual and
valuable ring is stolen from the body
of a woman who was believed to have
died in the September 11 attacks. (S)
6.00 CSI: Miami Horatio investigates
an arson attack and finds himself with
no option but to sack a team member.
7.00 NCIS A marine dies while saving
the life of a foreign defence secretary.
8.00 NCIS A marine?s teeth and
fingertips are found in a pickpocket?s
stolen purse, but the team discovers
the real target may have been his
ex-girlfriend, a skilled player of
computer games. (AD) (S)
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Sergeant Benson
is rescued by the squad following
William Lewis? death. Ice-T stars. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Three women who
were raped are discovered to have
been out with the same man via a
speed-dating service, so Benson goes
undercover to meet the suspect. (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A pregnant teenager
is attacked and loses her baby. (S)
12.00 Law & Order: Criminal
Intent (S) 1.00 CSI: NY (AD) (S)
2.00 Chicago PD (R,S) 3.00 Played
4.00-6.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
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MIKE WARD
WHAT?S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
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NAKED ATTRACTION: Channel 4, 10pm
IT?S daft the way we tend to
judge a potential partner.
It?s crazy to rule someone out ?
someone who could become the
love of our lives, remember ? just
because their facial features don?t
immediately wow us, or because
their dress sense seems a bit odd.
So it?s great to see the return,
at 10pm on Channel 4 tonight,
of a dating show that focuses
on far more important things.
Specifically, the other person?s
rude bits. NAKED ATTRACTION
? known in our house as Show
Me Your Willy And I?ll Buy You
A Nando?s ? finds host Anna
Richardson once again helping
MIKE WARD?S
TELLY MOVIES
REGIONAL VARIATIONS
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 12.00-3.00 ITV
Nightscreen: Text-based information service.
S4C 6.00 Cyw: Do Re Mi Dona. Dona Direidi and her
sidekick Ned Nodyn challenge a gang from Ysgol Pencae,
Llandaff, to learn a song and perform it in front of an audience.
6.15 Cyw: Guto Gwningen. Children?s fun with the Beatrix
Potter characters. 6.30 Cyw: Halibalw. Children?s
entertainment, with singing and dancing. 6.40 Cyw: Octonots.
Adventures with the team whose mission is to explore new
underwater worlds, rescue amazing sea creatures and protect
the ocean. 6.55 Cyw: Bing 7.00 Cyw: Patr鬺 Pawennau 7.15
Cyw: Meripwsan 7.20 Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I Ocido 7.35
Cyw: Tipini 7.50 Cyw: Nodi 8.00 Cyw: Tili A?i Ffrindiau 8.15
Cyw: Y Brodyr Coala 8.25 Cyw: Y Teulu Mawr 8.35 Cyw: Holi
Hana. Hana offers advice to Olivia the octopus, who has a
problem ? she has too many arms and always causes havoc
wherever she goes. 8.45 Cyw: Abadas. Hari the hippo, Ela
the fox and Seren the bat look for a musical word. 9.00 Cyw:
Wibli Sochyn Y Mochyn 9.10 Cyw: Hafod Haul. Fun for kids
on Hafod Haul farm. 9.25 Cyw: Popi?r Gath. Children?s
entertainment with Poppy the cat. 9.35 Cyw: Ty Mel.
Children?s entertainment. 9.45 Cyw: Cei Bach. Children?s
entertainment. 10.00 Cyw: Do Re Mi Dona. Dona Direidi and
her sidekick Ned Nodyn as they challenge a gang from Ysgol
Pont y Brenin, Gorseinon, to learn a song and perform it in
front of an audience. 10.15 Cyw: Guto Gwningen 10.30
Halibalw 10.40 Cyw: Octonots 10.55 Bing. A three-year-old
rabbit meets friends and experiences emotions as he
engages with the world around him. 11.00 Patr鬺 Pawennau.
Animated action adventure following a squad of six heroic
puppies and their tech-savvy 10-year-old leader as they
protect the community of Adventure Bay. 11.15 Meripwsan.
The gang enjoy a day of painting in the garden. Fun for
children, with the colourful character. 11.20 Blero Yn Mynd I
Ocido. Children?s programme. 11.30 Cyw: Tipini 11.50
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
Tech news
Tech news
THE Apple
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
JUST JANE
Chums hate my
luxury lifestyle
JANE O?GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Girl?s a
friend
in need
Bighead
is top of
the ?ops
MY girlfriend makes
me cringe the way
she carries on.
She?s extremely
generous but, I feel,
misguided too.
The minute she
meets someone new,
she overwhelms them
with calls, texts and
invitations to go out.
I fear that she often
comes across as
needy and desperate,
and some people
take advantage.
A few weeks ago
she looked after a
neighbour?s children,
and now this
person has asked to
borrow �0.
Another woman has
asked if we?ll look
after her dog all
summer ? for free.
My girl is a great
one for giving people
gifts and treating
them to drinks and
meals too. Yet she
inevitably ends up
disappointed and let
down ? and it breaks
my heart to see it.
MY boyfriend hasn?t
managed to make love to
me in months. Apparently,
it?s all my fault.
He accuses me of
putting him off with my
clothes, attitude and body
language. If I were thinner,
kinder and smilier then
he?d fancy me more.
I have no idea what to
do for the best.
I?ve asked him to tell me
how I can change in order
to please him, but this
makes him angry.
He accuses me of being
superior and of mocking
him. He says that
everything that is wrong
with our sex life is down
to me. I?m not loving,
accommodating or sexy.
Apparently he was a
brilliant lover with all of
his ex-girlfriends, but
since he?s been with me,
it?s been downhill all the
way. It?s funny, because
my sex life was always
brilliant before I met him
too? What?s going on?
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: Sadly,
some people will take
a mile when offered
an inch.
From your ungrateful
neighbour to the dog
owner who is pushing
her luck, your girlfriend
needs to start valuing
her own worth.
She needs to
understand that you are
the one person who is
100% on her side and
has her best interests
at heart.
Tell her that she?s
wasting her time in
trying to buy friendship.
True friends don?t
demand favours or
ask for cash.
Why doesn?t she
concentrate on the
people who want to be
friends with her,
because of who she is?
Ultimately, she can?t
buy friendships, so
there?s absolutely no
point in trying.
THEY SAY
I AM MUCH
TOO SMUG
I?M sleeping with a gorgeous girl, living in a
great flat and earning
bucketloads of cash.
You?d think everyone I know
would be pleased for me,
wouldn?t you?
But the opposite is true.
The fact is friends, family and
neighbours are all jealous of my
life. Almost every day I encounter
bitter, sarcastic comments.
My brothers say I?m too smug.
I?m not.
My oldest mates call me flash.
Again, false.
Handouts
Even my own parents accuse
me of betraying my roots and forgetting where I?m from.
I can?t think of one single person in my circle who is proud of
what I?ve achieved and would
even think of saying ?Well done?
or ?I?m proud of you?.
If it weren?t for my stunning,
supportive girlfriend, I?d think of
emigrating to Australia.
I?m a self-made man. Everything
I have is down to my own hard
work and efforts.
Yet friends and relatives continually ask me for handouts.
At the moment my mother is angry with me for refusing to give
her sister �000. I haven?t actually seen my aunt, who lives in
Canada, for over 10 years and
would struggle to recognise her.
Yet my mother claims I?ve
brought shame and embarrassment on the family by turning
her down. How does that work?
My girlfriend urges me to ignore
the lot of them, but it?s hard when
I?ve got a cast of thousands on
ENVY: Self-made man has it all but now finds friends and relatives are jealous of his success
my back. Is a little recognition or
praise too much to ask for?
I know that people aren?t perfect
and that it?s pretty galling to see
a mate do well, but it?s getting to
the stage where I feel like dropping the lot of them and starting
out again on my own. I?m 32.
JANE SAYS: You?re still young
and it sounds as though you?ve
overtaken your mates in terms of
earning power.
Your success has made them
look at their own lives and question their individual paths. You
need to point out to anyone who
cares to listen that luck has played
no part in your success because
you?ve worked hard to get where
you are today.
I suspect it?s time for you to get
tough with your mates and your
family. Make it clear to them that
you don?t appreciate their stroppy
attitudes.
Could it be that you need to admit to yourself that you?ve outgrown a large number of people?
As for your parents, if you really
don?t wish to keep subbing them,
then be honest and explain that
they can?t keep taking advantage.
Of course we all want to help
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our families if we can, but there
are ways of talking to people
and treating them with love and
respect ? and they seem to have
forgotten that.
At least your girlfriend is loving
and on your side, so cherish your
relationship and try not to let
others get to you.
However, if you are ever guilty of
being flash, then keep yourself
in check and be grateful for your
good fortune and everything
you?ve got.
Could it be that you occasionally
get a little above yourself? Be
honest now?
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: Clearly your
boyfriend is humiliated
and embarrassed
by his performance in
the bedroom.
For whatever reason he
can?t get or maintain an
erection, so he?s blaming
you for his predicament.
But accusing you of
putting him off his stroke
is very childish.
He knows in his heart
of hearts that he has a
problem, so he needs to
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professional help.
Erectile Dysfunction
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blood flow. Talk to him
away from the bedroom
and gently suggest he
takes ED seriously.
Point out that this is not
a blame game. He needs
to seek help.
Hol wrecked
by picky pal
MY friend ruined my recent holiday by moaning the whole
time. From the hotel and the food to the quality of the sand
on the beach, nothing was right.
If I?d realised she was going to be such a misery I would
never have travelled with her.
I honestly think she should pay me something back,
don?t you?
JANE SAYS: Good luck with that one. If your friend is as
picky as you suggest, then the chances are that she?s now
looking for compensation from your holiday company.
There?s no way that she?s going to agree to pay you back,
so chalk this down to experience and choose your holiday
buddies more carefully in future. I know you?re disappointed, but this isn?t the end of the world, is it?
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
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HOW DO I
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DAY 4
1
Jack has forgotten all about Beth
2
3
DON?T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
March 21 to
April 20
TAURUS
April 21 to
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you to have some leisure time between jobs.
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They go into Gemma?s bedroom
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this was
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Yes, fate?
now?
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of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters ? below the
main grid ? to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 8/10 Target Time: 27 minutes
Clue: Socks, chosen endlessly.
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YESTERday?s solution:
Across: Excite, Bunker, Squally, Trial, Wage, Snuff,
Sloth, Soon, Mourn, Survive, Seized, Encore.
Down: Seesaws, Amiss (clue), Scourge, Audit, Stale,
Blunder, Hypnotist, Justify, Brand, Skein, Monitor,
Droll, Entered.
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WORDSEARCH
All but two of these STYLES OF DANCE can be found in the grid. Words run backwards or forwards, up
or down or diagonally, but always in a straight line. Letters can be used more than once.
BALLET
BHANGRA
BOLERO
CAPOEIRA
CHARLESTON
FLAMENCO
FOXTROT
JITTERBUG
JIVE
LEROC
MERENGUE
QUICKSTEP
RIVER DANCE
RUMBA
SALSA
SAMBA
TANGO
TAP DANCING
VIENNESE WALTZ
WEST COAST SWING
CRYPTIC CLUES
Across
1Irregular forces decoration (6)
4Polish, or polish off (6)
7Stood up for a woman (4)
8All too human story in which
evil makes a comeback (8)
9Flowers for Judy (7)
12Take a chance with the better
half (3)
14Letter to a bad speller shows
pluck (6)
15Set tea served in a stately
home (6)
16The horse to go on and on?
(3)
18He?s much smarter than his
mate (7)
22Peter and Rae involved in a
lively exchange (8)
23Pretty loud music (4)
24Superhero in the services (6)
25Counter-informant (6)
Down
1Out of one?s mind (9)
2Simple departure is without
formality (4-5)
3Waste parts of Cornish river (5)
4Crook hiding in safe London
hide-out (5)
5Hard tack (4)
6Only about five find the answer
(5)
10Short summary concerning
capital investment (5)
11Place to dance in a girl?s
company (5)
12Ostracise a top-scorer in
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SOLUTION
FILL the grid so that every
column, row and 3x3 square
includes all the digits from
one to 9.
LEVEL: Difficult : 26 Mins
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
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Pizza, Hot and Sour Soup, Rogan
Josh, Chow Mein, Fish and Chips,
Spring Rolls, Tandoori Chicken,
Crispy Aromatic Duck, Chaat,
Bang Bang Chicken, Special Fried
Rice, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chop
Suey, Kung Po Chicken, Sweet
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Wonton.
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QUICK CLUES
Across
1Wall painting (6)
4End (6)
7Flower (4)
8Imperfect (8)
9Wreath (7)
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Strikers, 5 Maid, 8 Clue, 9 Tomorrow, 10 Indiana, 12 Modes,
13 Garden, 15 Invent, 17 Paint, 18 Rooster, 22 Trippers, 23 Bags, 24 Huge,
25 Peter Pan.
DOWN: 1 Sacking, 2 Round, 3 Eaten, 4 Same, 6 Abridge, 7 Dawns, 11 Agent,
12 Mango, 14 Raising, 16 Turns in, 17 Pitch, 19 Onset, 20 Tramp, 21 Peep.
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snooker (9)
13Rate reform more certain
- official (9)
17Manoeuvre near a battlefield
(5)
19We hear school meals should
be this (5)
20He may be found in a wrongful
act (5)
21Mother, I?m seriously hurt! (4)
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12Gamble (3)
14Tic (6)
15Property (6)
16Complain (3)
18Bird with fanlike tail (7)
22Witty retort (8)
23Just (4)
24Military servant (6)
25Bank cashier (6)
Down
1Unremembered (9)
2Relaxed (4-5)
3Refuse (5)
4Criminal (5)
5Spike (4)
6Figure out (5)
10Summarise (5)
11Dance nightclub (5)
12Ostracise (9)
13Bursar (9)
17Stadium (5)
19Consumed (5)
20Fraud (5)
21Cripple (4)
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I?m the best
BRITISH wrestling is blessed with
copious talent ? and it seems to be
getting younger all the time.
To cover them all in glorious newsprint would
need 10 pages every week and we are lucky to
have one, as the FT faithful know well.
Josh Bodom was at the front of the queue when confidence in your own ability was dished out.
But after watching his rapid ascent in recent
months, which of us can say he?s wrong? Josh, 23,
started training in Manchester
under Kid Kash at Futureshock
Wrestling and is now a threetime Rev Pro British Cruiserweight Champion.
He is keen to point out it
should be described as ?undisputed? after he beat Will Ospreay
in April.
Next weekend he is one of
eight men in the British J Cup,
which promises to be another
happy confluence between Rev
Pro and New Japan for fans to
savour.
?I?m only just getting started.
You haven?t seen anything yet,
bro!? says the brash blond from
Bournemouth.
And his round one opponent,
the legendary Jushin ?Thunder?
Liger is in for a rude awakening,
he contends:
?Jushin Liger is a legend in
this business. He?s one of the
greatest Japanese wrestlers of
all time. It?s just a shame he?s going to be getting knocked out in
the first round.?
Josh says the recent hands-on
approach by WWE in the UK is
of great benefit to our industry
and he has plenty more to offer.
?In the future when you see me
walking around with the WWE
UK Championship that will
benefit everyone,? he adds.
Musing on potential matches
with Matt Riddle and Jeff Cobb,
Josh praises Rev Pro for their tie
up with New Japan. ?It brings
opportunities for British wrestlers to shine with the world?s
best. Plus fans all over the world
get to see great match-ups you
can?t see anywhere else.?
Bodom clearly intends on
being box office gold.
REV Pro stage the inaugural
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ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY?S MEETINGS
H - Hamilton Nb - Newbury
Nc - Newcastle Nm - Newmarket
No - Nottingham
A Bit Of Ginger ............. Nc 4.15
Accession...................... Nc 5.20
Ace Master .................... No 4.35
Agadeer ......................... No 2.20
Airway ............................ No 2.50
Alexandrakollontai ........ H 8.10
Alsvinder ........................ H 8.40
l Angel of The South..... Nb 6.50
Anonymous John ......... Nb 5.50
Arachina ........................ Nb 6.50
Arch Gold ....................... H 6.30
Archie Perkins .............. No 2.20
Archipeligo .................... Nc 3.05
Arthurthedelegator ....... Nc 5.55
Artic Nel......................... No 2.50
Artscape ........................ No 4.35
Auspicion ...................... Nc 3.05
Azaly .............................. No 3.25
Badenscoth ................... Nb 8.00
Bahamian Heights ........Nm 5.35
Ballymore Castle ..........Nm 4.25
Belisa ............................. Nc 4.50
Benadalid ...................... Nc 2.00
Bengal Lancer...............Nm 3.15
Benissimo ..................... No 2.50
Beverley Bullet ............. Nc 4.15
Big Les .......................... Nc 2.30
Bigbadboy ..................... Nc 4.15
Bishop Of Bling ............ Nc 3.05
Black Dave .................... Nb 5.50
Black Grass.................... H 8.40
Black Salt ...................... Nc 5.55
Bonjour Steve ............... No 5.10
Born To Finish .............. Nb 8.30
Born To Reason............ Nc 4.15
Boycie ............................ Nb 7.25
Briardale ........................ Nc 3.40
Bringit ............................ No 3.25
Broctune Papa Gio ....... Nc 4.50
Brough Lane Lass ........ Nc 2.30
Bunce.............................. H 7.00
Burn Some Dust ........... Nc 2.30
Buzz ............................... Nb 7.25
Cadeaux Boxer ............. No 4.35
Camakasi ....................... Nb 9.00
Canford Tor ................... Nb 8.00
Canny Style .................... H 6.00
Cape To Cuba ............... No 3.25
l Cappananty Con .........Nm 3.15
Casterbridge .................. H 8.40
Celtic Artisan ................ No 5.45
Celtic Power ................... H 6.00
Challow .......................... Nb 8.00
Champion Harbour ....... Nc 5.55
Changing ....................... Nb 6.20
Charles Molson.............Nm 4.25
Chestnut Fire ................ Nc 3.40
Chetan ........................... Nb 8.30
Chica De La Noche....... Nb 5.50
Chocolate Box ..............Nm 2.40
Circuit ............................ Nc 4.50
Claim The Roses .......... Nc 3.40
Clarabel .......................... H 7.35
Classic Mission ............ Nb 9.00
Clear As A Bell ............. Nc 4.15
Clearance ...................... No 2.50
Cline ............................... Nc 4.50
Coastal Cyclone ........... Nb 5.50
Company Asset ............. H 8.10
Compas Scoobie ..........Nm 5.35
l Constantino ................. Nc 3.40
Control Centre ............... H 9.10
Controversial Lady ....... Nb 6.20
Cool Strutter ................. Nc 4.50
Coral Princess .............. Nc 4.50
Corporal Maddox .......... Nb 5.50
Cougar Kid ..................... H 6.00
Cove Beach ................... Nb 6.20
l Cricklewood Green ..... Nb 7.25
Crosse Fire.................... No 5.10
Cupid?s Arrow ............... Nc 5.55
Curiosity ........................ Nc 2.30
Daira Prince ..................Nm 5.00
Dance Me....................... Nb 6.50
Dance Teacher .............. Nb 8.00
Dandyleekie.................... H 9.10
Danecase ....................... Nb 5.50
Dark Blue....................... Nb 6.50
Dark Crystal ................... H 8.10
Decision Maker ............. No 3.25
Deeds Not Words ......... Nb 8.30
Deinonychus ................. No 5.45
Delagate This Lord ....... Nb 8.30
Delfie Lane .................... Nb 5.50
Desert Ace...................... H 8.40
Desi Daru....................... No 2.50
Diable d?Or .................... Nb 5.50
Dichato ..........................Nm 2.10
Discovered .................... No 3.25
Divine Call ..................... Nb 8.30
Doctor Bartolo .............. Nb 7.25
Donnachies Girl ............. H 6.00
Dream Start ...................Nm 3.50
Duck Egg Blue ............... H 8.10
Duke Of Yorkshire ......... H 6.00
Eastern Lady ................. No 5.45
Economic Crisis ............ H 8.40
Eium Mac....................... Nc 4.50
El Torito ......................... Nb 5.50
Eltanin............................ Nc 5.55
Elusive Cowboy ............ Nb 9.00
Endless Gold ................Nm 5.00
Etefaaq...........................Nm 2.10
Eternalist ........................ H 8.40
Examiner ....................... Nc 3.40
Excel Again ................... No 4.00
Excellent George ..........Nm 5.35
Excellent Sunset........... Nb 8.30
Fairway To Heaven ....... Nb 5.50
Filly Mignon .................. Nb 6.50
Fillydelphia ..................... H 6.00
Finale ............................. No 4.00
Flash City ...................... No 5.10
l Flood Defence ............. Nb 8.00
Florencio ....................... Nc 5.20
Flowing Clarets............. Nb 8.30
Forever A Lady .............. H 8.10
Foxtrot Knight ................ H 8.40
French Silver................. No 2.50
Garcon De Soleil........... Nb 9.00
Gift Of Loulins .............. Nc 2.00
Glendun ......................... No 4.00
Glenn Coco ...................Nm 3.50
Golconda Prince ........... No 4.00
Grey Diamond ................ H 7.35
Hammer Gun ................. Nc 3.40
Harrison Stickle ............ Nb 8.30
Hart Stopper..................Nm 3.15
Heart Of Gold ................ Nb 8.00
Hee Haw ......................... H 9.10
Hello My Sunshine ....... Nc 2.00
Hellomoto ...................... No 4.00
Hemingford ................... Nc 2.00
Hemingway....................Nm 3.15
Henpecked .................... Nc 3.05
Here In The Dark............ H 6.30
Herm .............................. Nb 8.00
Hernandoshideaway..... Nc 3.05
Hidden Oasis ................ Nb 8.30
Hitchcock ...................... Nc 5.55
Hollywood Harry ........... Nc 5.55
Hollywood Road ........... Nb 7.25
Holy Tiber ...................... No 2.20
Honeysuckle Lil ............. H 8.40
Hong Kong Joe ............. Nb 9.00
Hot Stuff ......................... H 7.00
Ice Lord .........................Nm 4.25
Indian Affair .................. Nb 8.30
Inn The Bull ................... Nb 9.00
Intellect .......................... No 2.50
Iron Islands ................... No 4.00
Isabella Mayson ............ Nb 6.20
Jack Of Diamonds ........ Nb 9.00
Jaganory........................ Nb 8.30
Jessie Allan................... Nc 4.50
Juliet Capulet ................ Nb 6.50
Jupiter Ascending ........ No 4.00
Justice Lady..................Nm 5.35
Kafoo ............................. No 5.45
Kenny The Captain ........ H 9.10
Kentuckyconnection .... Nc 3.40
Khamaary ......................Nm 4.25
Kibaar ............................Nm 5.35
King Of Castilla.............. H 7.00
Kingston Mimosa ......... Nb 9.00
Kirbec ............................. H 6.30
Kit Marlowe ................... Nc 2.00
Kommander Kirkup ...... No 4.35
Kuiper Belt .................... Nc 4.15
Kylla ................................ H 7.00
Kyllachys Tale .............. Nb 8.00
Lackaday ........................ H 9.10
Ladurelli......................... Nb 7.25
Lady In Question ..........Nm 3.15
Leonard Thomas .......... Nc 3.05
Lexington Grace ........... Nb 6.20
Lexington Times ........... No 4.35
Little Pippin ................... Nc 4.15
Lizzy?s Dream ................ H 7.00
Longside........................Nm 2.40
Lopes Dancer................ Nc 3.05
Louis Vee ....................... H 7.00
Loving Your Work ........ Nb 9.00
Maakaasib ..................... No 4.35
Maestro Mac.................. Nb 9.00
Magic Applause ............ Nb 6.20
Mahaarat ........................ Nb 6.50
Makaarim ....................... Nb
Makzeem........................Nm
Mama Africa .................. No
Manshood....................... H
Mcdelta .......................... Nb
Mendali .......................... No
Miningrocks .................. No
Mishari ...........................Nm
Mishko ............................ H
Miss Pepper ................... H
Miss Van Gogh .............. H
Mistress Quickly ...........Nm
Misu Moneypenny ......... H
Moggy ............................ Nb
Molly Mayhem ............... Nc
Monologue .................... Nb
Mountain Rescue.......... Nc
Move It Move It ............. Nc
Mr Strutter ...................... H
Muhajjal .........................Nm
Muqaatil ......................... No
Muqarred ....................... Nc
Musical Comedy ...........Nm
Mutoondresdashorse ...Nm
Naples Bay ..................... H
Nelson?s Bay ................. Nc
Nicklaus .........................Nm
Nucky Thompson .........Nm
Odds On Oli .................. Nc
One For June ................ Nb
One Word More............. Nc
Outofthequestion.......... No
Paddy A .........................Nm
Palace Ball ..................... H
Pantomime .................... No
Papou Tony ................... Nb
Pastime .......................... Nc
Patty Patch ....................Nm
Peach Melba................... H
Peak Princess ...............Nm
Pennine Warrior............. H
Pensax Lady ................. Nc
Penwortham .................. Nc
Peny Arcade.................. Nc
Perceived....................... Nc
Perfect Words ................ H
l Peterhouse ..................Nm
Pilgrim?s Treasure ........ Nb
Poet?s Society ...............Nm
Polar Forest .................. Nc
Poseidon .......................Nm
Pouvoir Magique .......... No
Precious Rock ............... H
Pretty Obvious .............. No
l Primogeniture.............. Nb
Princess Jessica .......... No
Princess Ophelia .......... No
Professor .......................Nm
Pursuing Steed ............. Nb
Qaffaal ........................... Nc
Quayside ........................ H
Queen Of Kalahari ........ Nb
Raawy ............................Nm
Ragstone View ..............Nm
Rainbow Orse ............... No
Raj Balaraaj ................... Nb
Rantan ........................... No
Razin? Hell ..................... No
Reaver............................ Nb
Rebel De Lope ..............Nm
Reckless Wave ............. Nb
Red Bordeaux ............... No
Red Shadow ................... H
Red Star Dancer ............ H
Replenish ...................... Nc
Rey Loopy ..................... Nc
Richenza ........................ Nb
Right Touch .................. Nc
Rigoletto ........................Nm
Rio Ronaldo ..................Nm
Riponian ......................... H
Rock Of Monaco ........... Nc
Rockley Point................ Nb
Roland Rocks ...............Nm
Roy Rocket.................... Nb
Rude Awakening .......... Nc
Safe Voyage .................. Nc
Saga Sprint ................... No
Sakhalin Star................. Nc
Sakurajima .................... Nb
Salieri ............................. Nb
Saluti ..............................Nm
Salvatore Fury ............... H
Sanguine .......................Nm
Santafiora ...................... No
Sarangoo ....................... Nb
Satish ............................. Nc
Savalas ........................... H
Savannah Moon ............ Nc
Saxon Gold ................... Nc
7.25
4.25
4.00
9.10
9.00
2.20
5.45
3.50
6.00
7.00
8.10
2.40
7.00
6.50
2.00
9.00
3.40
2.30
7.00
3.50
3.25
3.05
5.35
3.15
9.10
4.15
2.10
2.40
2.30
6.20
3.40
2.50
2.40
7.35
5.45
5.50
5.55
2.10
8.10
5.00
9.10
4.15
5.20
4.50
3.05
7.00
2.40
7.25
5.35
3.05
2.40
2.50
7.35
3.25
7.25
2.20
3.25
4.25
5.50
3.40
6.30
6.20
3.50
2.10
5.10
8.00
4.35
5.10
7.25
5.00
9.00
3.25
7.00
7.35
3.40
5.55
6.50
5.20
5.00
5.35
6.00
4.50
8.30
2.10
9.00
2.00
5.20
5.45
4.50
8.00
8.00
3.50
8.40
3.50
4.00
5.50
3.05
6.30
5.55
4.50
Schmooze....................... H
Scottish Glen ................Nm
Sea Of Green.................. H
Seebring ........................ Nc
Sepal ............................... H
Set In Stone.................... H
Sfumato ......................... No
Shackled N Drawn ........ No
Shady Mccoy ................Nm
She Believes ................. Nb
Show Of Force .............. Nb
Showmethewayavrilo ... Nb
Shoyd............................. Nb
Sienna Says .................. Nb
Sikandar ........................ Nc
Silvington ...................... No
Sir Compton .................. Nb
Sir Gnet ......................... Nb
Slow To Hand................Nm
So Crafty ....................... Nb
Socialites Red ............... No
Somnambulist ................ H
Sooqaan ........................ Nc
Souls In The Wind ......... H
Spirit Of Wedza .............. H
Spiritoftomintoul............ H
Sporting Times ............. Nb
Spray The Sea............... Nc
Stanhope .......................Nm
Stanley ........................... Nb
Star Citizen..................... H
State Residence............ Nc
Steel Helmet .................. Nc
Storm Rock ................... Nc
Stormy Blues ................ No
Street Art ....................... No
Strummer....................... Nc
Sufi .................................Nm
Sukhovey....................... Nb
Sunday Best.................. Nb
Sunrise Dance ............... H
Supersta ........................Nm
Surrey Hope ..................Nm
Swanton Blue................ Nb
Sweet Vixen .................. No
Swift Emperor ............... Nc
Swiftee ........................... Nc
Sword Exceed ...............Nm
Symbolic Star ............... Nc
Tahoo .............................Nm
Tale Of Tails .................. Nc
Tanasoq ......................... No
Teqany ........................... No
That Is The Spirit .......... Nc
The Magic Pencil ........... H
The Mums...................... Nb
The New Master ............Nm
Theglasgowwarrior.......Nm
Therthaar ....................... Nc
Tig Tog .......................... Nb
Time Change ................. Nb
Tin Pan Alley ................. No
Titan ............................... No
Tonto?s Spirit ................. H
Top Notch Tonto........... Nc
Top of The Bank ............ H
Topology ....................... Nb
Tranquil Tracy............... Nc
Tread Lightly .................. H
Twin Appeal ..................Nm
Ulshaw Bridge .............. Nc
Ultimate Avenue ...........Nm
Unison ........................... Nb
Unite The Clans ............. H
Upavon ..........................Nm
Used To Be..................... H
Viking Way .................... No
Vincentti ........................ Nb
Vincenzo Coccotti ........ Nb
Volturnus ....................... No
Wannabe Friends ......... Nb
War Department............ Nc
Warleggan ...................... H
Wee Bogus ..................... H
Wee Jock ........................ H
Weellan .......................... Nc
Welliesinthewater ......... Nc
Whatsthemessage ......... H
Whitecrest ..................... No
Wiley Post ..................... No
Wishing Tree ................. Nc
Working Together ......... Nc
Yeeoow .......................... No
You?re Cool ................... No
Ypres............................... H
Zabeel Prince ................ No
l Zapper Cass ................ No
Zorba The Greek ...........Nm
?Horses we have noted
GREYHOUNDS
SUNDERLAND
11.03 BIG TIME BANJO (nb) (4) .. Mutual Advice (3)
11.19 SHAUNAS SPIRIT (5) .......... Nuthill Pat (6)
11.34 DARLO DAWSY (1) ....... Tabacco Road (4)
11.48 RUTHWELL JOE (6) ....Unknown Stella (3)
12.04 BEST DANCER (1) ....Ballytegan Bongo (3)
12.18 LAURENS DELIGHT (2) .....Dark Secret (4)
12.32 GLENBURN ANGEL (5) .. Macys Madeline (2)
12.47 LISNEAL GRACE (nap) (4) .. Rackethall Gem (3)
1.04 FARRANY FAYE (5) ... Baltylum Boo Boo (6)
1.19 COOLOGUE SEA HAG (5) .Zatopeks Baby (4)
1.33 LETS GO ELEVEN (1).. Porcupine Creek (2)
1.51 PHILIROBIN (3) .............. Skyview Forest (2)
ROMFORD
2.08 DENVILLE NED (1) ..................Kay Aitch (5)
2.27 FLOWERS OF MAY (5) ... Greenhill Ruby (6)
2.47 TO TONE ROLO (6) ............ Grice Power (4)
3.07 LYNTON POPPY (3) .......... Rather A Pint (5)
3.28 OPENING LILY (1) ....... Teachersknowall (2)
3.48 SORCERESS (6) .................. Kilbride Tily (4)
4.08 SPECIAL SENNEN (6) ..Piemans Rocket (5)
4.27 HALLS ORIENT (nap) (1) ....Saleen Riley (2)
4.47 DIVINE WIND (3) ...................... Profound (6)
5.07 REDWOOD DAZZLER (3) Bang On Eugene (5)
5.22 DUDLEYS IRENE (3) ........ Stride On Bolt (4)
5.38 WEBBYS TINKLE (5) ...... Bibbys Legend (1)
5.56 MISERABLE BOB (2) ... Confident Gitana (3)
6.11 NEWMARKET CLEO (nb) (3). Gable Raven (2)
HOVE
6.28
6.44
7.01
7.16
7.32
7.48
8.04
8.19
8.36
8.52
9.07
9.22
SIZZLERS APOLLO (1) .Drive The Bend (2)
ASSERT (5) .................... Maketherounds (3)
JEMS BULLET (6) ..............Cisberry Geo (2)
BELFARIAN SUPER (nb) (4) Bayliss Boy (3)
LILJAQS GIRL (2) ........... Kildallon Turbo (1)
TULLIG RETURN (2) ... Crossfield James (6)
DROOPYS OPAH (nap) (2)Free Passage (6)
DROOPYS GRIEZMAN (1) .Salacres David (2)
CORK FALCON (4) ..........Jaykay Hellcat (5)
BALLYREGAN JIMMY (6) Black Duggan (2)
SPORTING DAVE (6) ..........Wildfire Lord (2)
MUSTANG JOURNEY (3) ..Droopys Mermaid (6)
SHEFFIELD
11.11 KENTROAD JENNY (1) .Mucky Melody (3)
11.28 BROOMHILL WIZARD (6) ..Whinmoor Comet (4)
11.42 QUESTION TIME (6) ..... Katies General (5)
11.57 TAGALONG BOBBY (nap) (3) Mid Tipp Betty (1)
12.12 STEPASIDE GRACIE (6)Amazing Woman (3)
12.27 SLATTA BLUE (nb) (5) ....Nailers Hawk (1)
12.42 BEST JUDGEMENT (4) ......Coles Hawk (3)
12.58 HER IN DOORS (4) ........ Isnt That Nice (2)
1.12 HI SILVER HEALS (1) ..... Ballymac Heidi (2)
1.27 GRAIGUENOE STAR (4) ......Bodell Kitty (1)
1.44 FRISKYFORWHISKEY (3) ..Russelena Lea (4)
1.58 MORGANS DINOZZO (4) . Slaneyside Kirby (3)
CRAYFORD
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
BATMAN FLYS (4) .................. Very Bold
DROOPYS HYDE (1) ...........Ardrine Arya
ARABIAN SAND (4) ................ Dear Max
PURPLE PEG (nap) (6) ......Jacobs Miller
CRINKILL RUBY (4) ........Butterbridge Lil
FAST PIXIE (nb) (5) .............. Geanie Boy
NEWLAWN CONOR (6) . Monitor Closely
KELVA PENNIE (1) ..........Newinn Na Na
SLAHENY MADAM (2) .... Glenside Dave
YES THATS TRUE (6) ...Rogue Assassin
REALLY O RILEY (4) .... Keeperhill Dubh
TINAS CATHY (5) ............... Bardarbunga
BELINDAS KITTY (4) .. Jet Stream Tracy
KELVA DESTINY (1) .........Fivestar Ruby
(6)
(3)
(6)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(2)
(4)
(3)
(3)
(6)
(5)
(2)
HENLOW RPGTV
7.31
7.47
8.02
8.18
8.34
8.50
9.06
9.24
9.40
9.56
TOWSTAR LUCY (nb) (6) ....... Mega Act
FIFEBHOYS LOGAN (2) Archgrove Penny
BRIGHT ELENA (1) ... Westmead Fangio
FERNHALL JESS (3) ......Forest Del Boy
MUSTANG ELMO (2) ...........Blues Daisy
PIERCALI BLAZE (3) .... Fernhall Melody
MUTE BUTTON (5) ... Mustang Hangover
LAYTON EXPRESS (nap) (2) Act Of War
JENNIES JEWEL (1) ........... Savana Fox
UNFORGETTABLE (6) .... Pucs Premium
(4)
(4)
(6)
(4)
(5)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(3)
(5)
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6.00
4.25
9.10
5.55
8.10
7.35
4.35
5.10
4.25
6.50
6.20
8.30
6.20
6.20
3.05
2.20
5.50
8.00
3.50
6.50
4.35
7.35
4.15
8.10
8.40
6.00
7.25
2.30
3.15
5.50
8.40
4.50
4.50
3.40
2.50
5.45
3.05
2.40
6.50
6.50
7.00
4.25
5.00
8.30
2.20
3.40
4.15
3.15
4.15
5.35
2.00
4.35
4.00
5.20
9.10
6.50
2.40
2.40
3.05
6.50
6.50
5.45
2.50
6.00
3.40
9.10
5.50
4.15
7.35
4.25
2.30
4.25
7.25
7.35
5.35
7.35
2.20
8.30
8.30
2.50
7.25
5.20
7.00
7.35
7.00
2.00
5.20
8.10
4.35
5.10
4.15
2.00
4.35
5.10
7.00
3.25
4.35
2.40
MICK KEEPS ON SCORING
MICK CHANNON?S excellent
Royal Ascot week continued
yesterday at Salisbury when
Veejay took the New Forest
Machinery Stakes.
?
VEE FOR VICTORY:
Veejay added to Mick
Channon?s winning streak
at Salisbury
?I had a great week during Royal Ascot,
I think it was six winners,? said Channon.
?But the winners were unfortunately not
at Ascot!
?The horses are in great form but I
must admit I did not fancy Veejay. I wish
I had as he was no 40-1 shot before
dropping to 25-1.
?Someone backed him but it was not
me. I fancied my other runner Another
Day Of Sun. He only beat one home. I?m
some judge!?
Channon was taken by the quality of
the racing at Royal Ascot but not England?s
under-21 footballers who lost on penalties
to Germany on Tuesday night.
?What can you say? The Germans
again,? said Channon, a former England
player. ?I?m disappointed as we?ve got
some good players but they don?t get in
the team.
?The lads don?t get enough playing time.
I don?t think it?s a lack of practice why we
? by CHRIS GOULDING
miss penalties. It?s pot-luck. How do you
prepare for them when you are not under
so much pressure when practising??
Channon, who was capped 46 times and
scored 21 goals for England, added: ?If
you don?t have a winner at Royal Ascot,
the winners elsewhere don?t really get
the recognition.
?I thought Caravaggio (winner of the
Commonwealth Cup) was very impressive,
probably the outstanding performance of
the week for me.?
Memories of the great Mill Reef, winner
of the 1971 Derby, Eclipse and the Arc,
returned when the colours he carried
were in the winners? enclosure after the
Josh Bryan-ridden Swashbuckle won the
H S Lester Handicap.
Ian Balding, representing son, Andrew,
the winning trainer, said: ?Paul Mellon,
the owner of Mill Reef, gave me his colours.
It?s great to see them back winning.?
Balding, who opted not to run Mill Reef
in the Irish Derby as it was too close to
the Eclipse, added: ?I think Wings Of
Eagles can confirm his form in Saturday?s
Irish Classic.?
YESTERDAY?S AFTERNOON RESULTS
? TRAINER Richard Fahey
claimed the Carlisle Bell for
the first time yesterday with
Carnageo. Wearing blinkers
for the first time, the 13-2
joint-favourite scored by half a
length under Paul Hanagan,
from King?s Pavilion. The bells
are thought to be the oldest
sporting trophy in the world,
having first been presented in
1599 during the reign of
Queen Elizabeth I.
CARLISLE
2.00: 1, JOHN KIRKUP (P Mulrennan
4-1); 2, Weeton (15-2); 3, Falabelle (161). 11-4 fav Tough Remedy. shd, shd. 10
ran. M Dods. Tote: �00; pl �40, �90,
�20. Exacta: �.20. Trifecta: �7.00.
CSF: �.26.
2.30: 1, BYRON?S CHOICE (P
Mulrennan 4-1); 2, Star Of Zaam (3-1
jtfav); 3, Ingenuity (16-1). 3-1 jtfav Our
Kid. 11/2l, 11/2l. 8 ran. M Dods. Tote:
�70; pl �50, �30, �00. Exacta:
�.90. Trifecta: �4.40. CSF: �.29.
NR: Move It Move It.
3.00: 1, DANCE KING (P Mulrennan
8-1); 2, Fleeting Visit (12-1); 3, Chancery
(16-1). 11-2 fav Mukhayyam. 1/2l, nk. 14
ran. T Easterby. Tote: �40; pl �90,
�50, �40. Exacta: �6.10. Tricast:
�07.18. Trifecta: �10.90. CSF:
�.53. NR: Dolphin Village, Energia
Fox, Hollywood Road.
3.30: 1, CARNAGEO (P Hanagan
13-2 jtfav); 2, King?s Pavilion (8-1); 3,
Georgian Bay (10-1); 4, Silvery Moon
(13-2 jtfav). 1/2l, 1/2l, 21/2l. 16 ran. R
Fahey. Tote: �50; pl �10, �50, �90,
�00. Exacta: �.50. CSF: �.42. NR:
Hidden Rebel.
4.00: 1, ELUSIVE BEAUTY (D
Tudhope 11-2); 2, Bletchley (7-4 fav); 3,
Aurora Butterfly (16-1). 1/2l, nk. 10 ran.
K J Condon. Tote: �50; pl �30, �20,
�00. Exacta: �.50. Trifecta: �3.20.
CSF: �.14. NR: Alouja.
4.30: 1, WHATSTHEMESSAGE (A
Mullen 8-1); 2, Quick N Quirky (8-1); 3,
Bush Beauty (9-1). 5-2 fav The Stalking
Moon. 1/2l, 1/2l. 8 ran. K Dalgleish. Tote:
�40; pl �70, �70, �00. Exacta:
�.70.
CSF:
�.73.
NR:
Alexandrakollontai, Little Miss Kodi.
5.00: 1, SHOWBOATING (D Tudhope
9-1); 2, Muirsheen Durkin (13-2); 3,
Madroos (7-2 fav). 13/4l, 4l. 14 ran. J
Balding. Tote: �.10; pl �50, �90,
�00. Exacta: �.50. Tricast: �8.83.
Trifecta: �5.20. CSF: �.36. NR:
Destroyer, Jacbequick, Redvers.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of �690.37
carried over.
QUADPOT: �.90 PLACEPOT: �7.20
SALISBURY
2.10: 1, CHRISTOPHER WOOD (P
Dobbs 5-1); 2, Lifeboat (11-4 fav); 3, Al
Jellaby (10-3). 3/4l, 23/4l. 13 ran. R
Beckett. Tote: �40; pl �20, �50,
�60. Exacta: �.50. Trifecta: �.80.
CSF: �.65.
2.40: 1, PETTOCHSIDE (Josephine
Gordon 2-1 fav); 2, Intibaah (7-2); 3,
Pearl Noir (7-1). 3/4l, 13/4l. 6 ran. J
Bridger. Tote: �60; pl �30, �10.
Exacta: �20. Trifecta: �.50. CSF:
�78. NR: Edged Out.
3.10: 1, VEEJAY (Rob Hornby 25-1);
2, Onefootinparadise (4-1); 3, Three
Little Birds (8-1). 6-4 fav Running
Cloud. 3/4l, 1l. 6 ran. M Channon. Tote:
�.20; pl �.00, �50. Exacta: �.90.
Trifecta: �8.10. CSF: �3.29. NR:
Wildnightinvegas.
3.40: 1, ON TO VICTORY (T
Marquand 10-3); 2, Stone The Crows
(3-1); 3, Great Sound (15-8 fav). 8l, 1/2l.
6 ran. Eve J-Houghton. Tote: �50; pl
�40, �50. Exacta: �.90. Tricast:
�.74. Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �.84.
NR: Here And Now, Seafarer.
4.10: 1, SWASHBUCKLE (Joshua
Bryan 5-1); 2, Sternrubin (3-1 fav); 3,
Cotton Club (14-1). 1/2l, 9l. 11 ran. A
Balding. Tote: �90; pl �00, �50,
�50. Exacta: �.60. Tricast: �0.53.
Trifecta: �9.40. CSF: �.52. NR:
Wordiness.
4.40: 1, EXAMINER (R Kingscote
10-3); 2, Morning Suit (13-2); 3, Kingston
Kurrajong (6-1). 2-1 fav Sir Roderic.
13/4l, 1/2l. 6 ran. S C Williams. Tote:
�70; pl �00, �20. Exacta: �.20.
Tricast: �0.73. Trifecta: �.10. CSF:
�.07. NR: Manson, Takatul, Wind In
My Sails.
5.10: 1, SEE OF ROME (S W Kelly
6-4 fav); 2, Prerogative (9-2); 3, Working
Class (8-1). 5l, 1l. 9 ran. R Hughes. Tote:
�10; pl �10, �80, �40. Exacta:
�40. Trifecta: �.90. CSF: �52.
QUADPOT: �.70 PLACEPOT: �.90
WORCESTER
2.20: 1, FOREVER FIELD (Nico De
Boinville 13-8); 2, Black Corton (10-11
BAGS WINNERS AND PRICES
BELLE VUE
2.18: Slip Away (5) 7-2, Brykar Bri (2) 5-1, bf:
�.49, tri: (5-2-1) �.36. 2.37: Howdene Harry (6)
11-4 fav, Stormtheweather (1) 5-1, bf: �.83, tri:
(6-1-5) �.14. 2.57: Kerryroad Coot (4) 4-1,
Thangool (3) 9-2, bf: �.74, tri: (4-3-6) �.64. 3.17:
Steady On Mike (4) 5-2 fav, Volcanic Chat (2) 5-1, bf:
�.83, tri: (4-2-1) �.60. 3.38: Santano Billy (6)
7-2, Marufos Boy (5) 4-1, bf: �.59, tri: (6-5-2)
�.74. 3.58: Jayms Wendy (4) 11-4 fav, Union Mills
(6) 5-1, bf: �.43, tri: (4-6-5) �.10. 4.18: Crinkill
Sally (1) 9-2, Ballymac Turi (4) 7-2, bf: �.94, tri:
(1-4-5) �.13. 4.37: Ballymac Walsh (1) 6-1, Lozzie
Lou (6) 9-4 fav, bf: �.71, tri: (1-6-5) �.66. 4.57:
Calling Samson (6) 8-1, Spotted Elk (5) 7-2, bf:
�.48, tri: (6-5-1) �2.59. 5.17: Foxy Joice (1) 3-1,
Lemon Emer (3) 9-2, bf: �.28, tri: (1-3-5) �.61.
5.33: Ground Control (1) 4-1, Exfoliating (4) 7-2,
NR: Tally Ho Judy (res), bf: �.80, tri: (1-4-2)
�.41. 5.47: Ballymac Fairy (3) 5-2, Mustang Junior
(6) 7-4 fav, bf: �43, tri: (3-6-2) �.67. 6.04: Find
Mr Ted (5) 7-2, Clondouglas Ava (1) 6-4 fav, NR:
Tally Ho Ace (res), bf: �.99, tri: (5-1-6) �.25.
6.18: Parvati (3) 3-1, Black Turbo (6) 7-1, bf: �.98,
tri: (3-6-1) �.71. Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6)
�3.00, (Races 9-14) �6.00.
HOVE
2.08: Sizzlersbaracuda (4) 3-1, Farloe Stark (1)
5-1, bf: �.85, tri: (4-1-6) �.45. 2.27: Who Needs
Socks (5) 4-1, Saint Estephe (1) 7-2, bf: �.22, tri:
(5-1-3) �.72. 2.47: Who Needs Wheels (5) 7-1,
Boozed Jo (2) 4-1, bf: �.01, tri: (5-2-4) �7.39.
3.07: Guinness Solo (3) 4-1, Eastern Sun (5) 7-1, bf:
�.36, tri: (3-5-6) �8.07. 3.28: Jetts Eske (6) 9-4,
Who Needs Chaos (1) 14-1, bf: �.13, tri: (6-1-4)
�7.98. 3.48: Bonesys Aoife (6) 7-2, Pennys Tael (5)
9-4 fav, bf: �.20, tri: (6-5-1) �.42. 4.08: Brickfield
Sooty (4) 4-1, Newinn Bucks (3) 7-1, bf: �.99, tri:
(4-3-6) �.32. 4.27: Zari Bunny (4) 7-2, Swift Lagan
(3) 3-1 jt-fav, bf: �.48, tri: (4-3-1) �.04. 4.47:
Wheres Oscar (3) 2-1 fav, Droopys Postie (6) 3-1, bf:
�27, tri: (3-6-5) �.32. 5.07: Isaacs Future (2) 7-1,
Westmead Joey (1) 3-1, bf: �.36, tri: (2-1-3) �.68.
5.22: Step In Front (4) 2-1 fav, Droopys Tequila (1)
4-1, bf: �.05, tri: (4-1-2) �.38. 5.38: Wicket Taker
(4) 3-1 co-fav, Caras Rosie Jean (3) 5-1, bf: �.23,
tri: (4-3-5) �.09. 5.56: Honeygar Jade (2) 7-1, Get
On Pippa (1) 7-2, bf: �.10, tri: (2-1-3) �2.71.
6.11: Timberlee Lass (5) 5-2 fav, Im No Angel (1) 3-1,
bf: �.71, tri: (5-1-3) �.26. Placer (�stake)
(Races 1-6) �2.00, (Races 9-14) �8.00.
fav); 3, Newton Geronimo (6-1). 3/4l, 11l.
5 ran. N Henderson. Tote: �00; pl �30,
�10. Exacta: �20. Trifecta: �70.
CSF: �35.
2.50: 1, FORT WORTH (A Coleman
9-2); 2, Wadswick Court (13-2); 3, Rebel
Rebellion (7-1). 3-1 fav A Good Skin.
15l, 8l. 7 ran. Jonjo O?Neill. Tote: �80;
pl �80, �10. Exacta: �.00. Trifecta:
�2.40. CSF: �.34.
3.20: 1, MALTON ROSE (N Curtis
7-4 fav); 2, Mac Tottie (5-1); 3, Kings
Ryde (3-1). 7l, 21/2l. 6 ran. N Henderson.
Tote: �60; pl �40, �20. Exacta:
�.40. Trifecta: �.90. CSF: �.21.
3.50: 1, KNIGHT OF NOIR (N Fehily
7-2 fav); 2, A Boy Named Suzi (20-1); 3,
Paddy?s Field (4-1). 8l, 6l. 8 ran. N
Mulholland. Tote: �50; pl �60, �00,
�70. Exacta: �.60. Tricast: �2.19.
Trifecta: �0.40. CSF: �.15. NR:
Kalifourchon.
4.20: 1, LISTEN TO THE MAN (H
Skelton 6-4); 2, Gustave Mahler (5-6
fav); 3, Breaking Ground (66-1). hd, 21l.
7 ran. D Skelton. Tote: �40; pl �50,
�10. Exacta: �10. Trifecta: �.80.
CSF: �00.
4.50: 1, MONBEG LEGEND (Nico
De Boinville 1-5 fav); 2, Black Anthem
(10-1); 3, What Happens Now (4-1).
1/4l, 23/4l. 5 ran. N Henderson. Tote:
1
�20; pl �02, �20. Exacta: �50.
Trifecta: �50. CSF: �05. NR: Old
Harry Rocks, Whatzdjazz.
5.20: 1, THEO (C Hammond 11-8
fav); 2, Cillian?s Well (2-1); 3, Astrum
(25-1). 5l, 10l. 7 ran. Dr R Newland. Tote:
�30; pl �70, �40. Exacta: �50.
Trifecta: �.80. CSF: �43.
QUADPOT: �70PLACEPOT: �.10
BELLE VUE RPGTV
NEWCASTLE
11.11: Invincible Lady (3) 2-1, Slippery Amigo (1)
5-1, bf: �.29, tri: (3-1-2) �.77. 11.28: Mustang
Andy (3) 3-1, Shellam Larry (4) 11-4 fav, bf: �.93,
tri: (3-4-6) �.55. 11.42: Sanantone Rocket (2) 3-1
jt-fav, Mineola Mama (3) 5-1, bf: �.22, tri: (2-3-4)
�.89. 11.57: Airfield Shamie (5) 4-1, Bobs Wish (1)
4-1, bf: �.16, tri: (5-1-2) �.73. 12.12: Hats On
Hector (4) 8-1, Ashbank Dec (2) 3-1, bf: �.99, tri:
(4-2-6) �5.10. 12.27: Romeo Slipstream (1) 6-4 fav,
Canny Agnes (4) 9-2, bf: �23, tri: (1-4-5) �.54.
12.42: Caledonian Time (2) 7-4 fav, Sir Henry (1) 3-1,
bf: �39, tri: (2-1-3) �.30. 12.58: Blackjack Boss
(1) 11-4, Target Violet (4) 8-1, bf: �.88, tri: (1-4-6)
�.68. 1.12: Jumbos Brother (6) 5-2, Bramble
Scoobie (3) 3-1, NR: Bramble Bonnie (res), , :
Leathems Hero (res), bf: �.16, tri: (6-3-4) �.21.
1.27: Target Saleena (1) 5-2 jt-fav, Elwick Louda (6)
5-2 jt-fav, NR: Azzurri Zorro (res), bf: �.58, tri:
(1-6-2) �.90. 1.44: Target Velvet (1) 11-4 fav,
Havana Tonto (4) 5-1, bf: �.64, tri: (1-4-2) �.08.
1.58: Headford Simon (6) 3-1 jt-fav, Holdem Domino
(5) 5-1, bf: �.05, tri: (6-5-1) �.42. Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6) �2.00, (Races 7-12) �.10.
PERRY BARR
11.03: Sovereign Rose (3) 3-1 co-fav, Beccas Black
(6) 4-1, bf: �.41, tri: (3-6-1) �.56. 11.19: Malbay
Snapper (4) 6-4 fav, Glynnscross Tina (5) 4-1, bf:
�33, tri: (4-5-6) �.16. 11.34: Matching Charlie (4)
5-1, Kathleens Erin (3) 2-1 fav, bf: �.09, tri: (4-3-6)
�.86. 11.48: Cu Sith Ceitidh (3) 7-1, Suirview Aine
(5) 2-1 fav, bf: �.37, tri: (3-5-4) �.81. 12.04: All
About What (1) 5-4 fav, Borntobefast (2) 7-2, NR:
Danzey Flyer (res), bf: �56, tri: (1-2-5) �00. 12.18:
Blue Rose Wonder (3) 3-1, Glencroft Ellie (2) 5-4 fav,
bf: �04, tri: (3-2-1) �.20. 12.32: Left Back (1) 5-2
jt-fav, Romeo True Blue (2) 5-1, bf: �.44, tri: (1-23) �.63. 12.47: Cloncunny Sal (1) 3-1, Holdem
Pedro (5) 4-1, bf: �.95, tri: (1-5-6) �.65. 1.04: Bit
View Angel (3) 3-1, Ballymac Eil (4) 5-2 jt-fav, bf:
�.77, tri: (3-4-5) �.37. 1.19: Holiday Hope (6)
4-1, Romeo Interstate (2) 4-1, NR: Rangefield Sally
(res), bf: �.74, tri: (6-2-3) �.39. 1.33: Light of
World (4) 2-1 fav, Fairy Slippers (1) 6-1, bf: �.19,
tri: (4-1-6) �.24. 1.51: Oakmac Anabel (5) 2-1 fav,
Droopys Pizzi (6) 10-1, bf: �.73, tri: (5-6-3) �.66.
Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6) �.90, (Races 7-12)
�1.00.
7.39
(A7)
470m
8.58
(Open)
470m
7.54
(Open)
470m
9.15
(Open)
590m
8.10
(Open)
260m
9.32
(Open)
470m
8.26
(Open)
470m
9.48
(A4)
470m
8.42
(A5)
470m
10.03
(A2)
470m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4544 Standard Sweep (rl ro) .............. 28.72
2264 Garden Stream (sa fw) .............. 28.79
4521 GENTLE BREEZE (md ep) ....... 29.17
6333 Redstone Herrera (md ro)........ 28.70
2446 Eshwary Gift (md ep)................. 28.64
2515 Knockroe Fairy (wd ro) .............. 28.63
Star betting: 3 Standard Sweep,
Redstone Herrera, Knockroe Fairy, 4 Garden
Stream, 11-2 Eshwary Gift, Gentle Breeze.
1
3 Axel Eight (sa ro) ....................... 28.25
2 4612 Bandicoot Pippy (md ep)......... 00.00
3 1556 Hollyhill Polly (rl ro).................... 28.28
4 5354 Brockadale Billy (wd ro)............. 28.53
5 451 Swift Bethany (md ep) ............... 28.04
6 14 THE OTHER BEN (nb) (wd ep) 27.92
Star betting: 2 The Other Ben, 3
Bandicoot Pippy, 7-2 Swift Bethany, Brockadale
Billy, 8 Hollyhill Polly, Axel Eight.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1531 Cotton Rambler (md ep) .......... 15.28
2212 BLACK SEA (ep fw) ................. 15.11
1263 Kilara Allstar (rl ro)..................... 15.09
1621 Hamilton King (wd fw) ............... 00.00
1534 Worsboro Spectre (sa ro) .......... 15.17
4513 Iceroad Hi Way (sa ro) .............. 00.00
Star betting: 2 Black Sea, 9-4 Worsboro
Spectre, 3 Kilara Allstar, Cotton Rambler, 8
Hamilton King, Iceroad Hi Way.
1
4 Roseville Act (md ro) ................. 28.50
2
Bad Blood (rl ro) ........................ 00.00
3 1423 Bowlers Blast (md ep) ............... 27.93
4 2412 Teepark Black (sa fw) .............. 00.00
5 114 WOMENS CHAMP (wd ro) ....... 00.00
6 4425 Demis Princess (md ro) ............. 00.00
Star betting: 6-4 Teepark Black, 2 Demis
Princess, 4 Bowlers Blast, 6 Roseville Act, 8
Womens Champ, Bad Blood.
1
2
3
4
5
6
563 Swift Brett (rl ro) ........................ 28.93
5633 Bellagio Belle (ep wd)................ 28.41
4321 GARRYGLASS LOCH (sa fw) .. 28.48
4666 Experto Crede (wd ro) ............... 28.62
1 Gneeves Tommy (sa fw) .......... 28.44
2551 Kellsboro Pippa (wd ro) ............. 28.23
Star betting: 5-2 Kellsboro Pippa, 11-4
Swift Brett, 7-2 Garryglass Loch, Bellagio Belle,
11-2 Gneeves Tommy, 8 Experto Crede.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2541 Copeland Betty (md ro) ............. 27.78
d441 Bridal Way (sa ro)...................... 27.86
1463 Droopys Amici (sa fw) ............... 27.84
2131 PARADISE BEAUTY (md ep)... 27.72
2231 Quicksilverjorja (ep ro) ............ 27.78
5535 My Little Dream (wd fw)............. 28.36
Star betting: 7-4 Copeland Betty, 5-2 My
Little Dream, 3 Bridal Way, 6 Paradise Beauty, 8
Quicksilverjorja, Droopys Amici.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5541 Acomb Ruby (ep wd) ................. 36.37
2442 Swift Lucious (sa fw) ................. 35.40
3123 Whittle Eagle (sa fw) ................ 35.58
2512 Ballymac Victor (md ro) ............. 35.73
3261 Buckos Lass (md ro) ................. 35.52
5211 BELLAGIO BLUE (NAP) (md ep) . 00.00
Star betting: 2 Swift Lucious, 9-4
Ballymac Victor, 11-4 Acomb Ruby, 4 Buckos
Lass, 8 Whittle Eagle, Bellagio Blue.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4224 Calzaghe Billy (md ro) ............... 28.03
2612 Dublinhill Bob (sa ro) ................. 00.00
3141 BEAMING FOR YOU (rl ro) ...... 27.78
2524 Hovex Blaze (sa fw) .................. 00.00
2222 Uluru Candy (md fw) ................ 27.69
1342 Raging Water (md ro) ................ 28.12
Star betting: 11-4 Uluru Candy, 3 Raging
Water, 7-2 Dublinhill Bob, Beaming For You, 5
Hovex Blaze, 6 Calzaghe Billy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2611 SOLID BRENDA (rl ro) ............. 28.46
2512 Grumpo Lauren (md ro) ........... 28.22
1615 Bellagio Bolt (md ro) .................. 28.18
6 Gneeves Lara (sa fw) ................ 28.88
3 Piemans Express (wd ro) .......... 28.55
1155 Outclough Jet (wd ro) ................ 28.29
Star betting: 5-2 Grumpo Lauren, 11-4
Outclough Jet, 3 Bellagio Bolt, 5 Solid Brenda,
11-2 Gneeves Lara, 6 Piemans Express.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3566 Ballygur Rumble (rl ep).............. 28.04
3533 Skippys John (rl ro) ................... 28.34
6641 Unlikely Turbo (md ro) ............... 27.99
3332 Jakey Big Boy (wd ep) ............. 28.23
3354 Curry My Yoghurt (md ep) ......... 28.09
2214 EL MADRIGAL (wd ep) ............ 28.10
Star betting: 5-2 Unlikely Turbo, 7-2 El
Madrigal, 4 Ballygur Rumble, Jakey Big Boy,
Skippys John, 11-2 Curry My Yoghurt.
40
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
EVENING RESULTS
? KEY TO MY HEART ran
away with the Listed
honours in the Queally
Group Naas Irish EBF Naas
Oaks Trial last night.
Donnacha O?Brien stole a
march on the opposition
two and a half furlongs out
on the three-year-old
trained by his father
Aidan, after Furiosa had
made the running into the
straight.
Key To My Heart (7-1)
pulled clear to score by two
and three-quarter lengths
from Bloomfield, the 3-1
favourite.
?She quickened up nicely
and it was a good
performance,? said the
winning rider.
BATH
3, Luxford (4-1 fav). 3/4l, 21/2l. 14 ran. R
Ingram. Tote: �.20; pl �80, �30,
�60. Exacta: �2.30. Tricast:
�0.72. Trifecta: �28.10. CSF:
�0.06.
6.10: 1, CODICIL (L Morris 10-1); 2,
Camomile Lawn (7-1); 3, Miss Mo
Brown Bear (7-1). 4-5 fav First Drive.
hd, shd. 8 ran. Sir M Prescott. Tote:
�.80; pl �80, �90, �10. Exacta:
�.90. Trifecta: �1.00. CSF: �.27.
6.40: 1, ENCRYPTED (Josephine
Gordon 11-2); 2, Cosmopolitan Queen
(9-2); 3, Shania Says (25-1). 15-8 fav
Makanah. 21/4l, 3/4l. 10 ran. H Palmer.
Tote: �00; pl �40, �00, �80.
Exacta: �.00. Trifecta: �8.80. CSF:
�.49. NR: Pheidippides.
7.10: 1, ROBBIE ROO ROO (A
Beschizza 10-1); 2, Dusky Maid (3-1
fav); 3, Art?s Desire (10-1). 1/2l, ns. 14
ran. Mrs I G-Leveque. Tote: �60; pl
�00, �30, �90. Exacta: �.70.
Tricast: �9.00. Trifecta: �6.00.
CSF: �.33.
7.40: 1, CHIEFOFCHIEFS (S
Donohoe 3-1 fav); 2, Abatement (5-1);
3, Election Day (5-1). 1/2l, 2l. 9 ran. C
Fellowes. Tote: �10; pl �80, �70,
�90. Exacta: �.50. Tricast: �.50.
Trifecta: �9.30. CSF: �.69. NR:
Glorious Power.
8.10: 1, SPINNERS BALL (M
Godwin 8-1); 2, Tom?s Rock (9-2); 3,
Clowance One (11-4). 5-2 fav Artful
Rogue. hd, hd. 11 ran. S Kirk. Tote:
�.20; pl �50, �10, �30. Exacta:
�.20. Tricast: �6.85. Trifecta:
�1.80. CSF: �.59.
8.40: 1, GOLLY MISS MOLLY
(Martin Lane 7-1); 2, See And Be Seen
(9-2); 3, Woofie (25-1). 7-2 fav
Intimidator. 33/4l, 1l. 14 ran. M Bosley.
Tote: �90; pl �40, �00, �30.
Exacta: �.10. Tricast: �8.39.
Trifecta: �6.40. CSF: �.09.
QUADPOT: �.90
PLACEPOT: �9.70
6.00: 1, POW WOW (P Pilley 5-6
fav); 2, Pete So High (10-3); 3, Zoffanist
(4-1). 9l, 11/2l. 4 ran. R Charlton. Tote:
�90; Exacta: �50. Trifecta: �30.
CSF: �99. NR: Conkering Hero,
Gravity Wave, Perla Blanca.
6.30: 1, PASTFACT (M Dwyer 7-2);
2, Secret Agent (9-2); 3, Miss Icon (8-1).
13-8 fav Del Parco. 11/4l, 3/4l. 5 ran. M
Saunders. Tote: �70; pl �90, �00.
Exacta: �.70. Trifecta: �.50. CSF:
�.99.
7.00: 1, MRASEEL (Martin Harley
9-4); 2, Kodiac Express (7-1); 3, Tulip
Fever (evens fav). 3/4l, 3/4l. 6 ran. J Tate.
Tote: �00; pl �00, �60. Exacta:
�.90. Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �.49.
NR: May Girl, Watch Tan.
7.30: 1, FETHIYE BOY (R Powell
4-1); 2, Jashma (8-11 fav); 3, Coronation
Cottage (5-1). 11/4l, 3/4l. 4 ran. R Harris.
Tote: �30; Exacta: �80. Trifecta:
�70. CSF: �64. NR: Storm Over.
8.00: 1, PIXELEEN (A Kirby 6-5
fav); 2, Under The Covers (10-1); 3,
Belledesert (7-2). nk, 1l. 6 ran. M
Saunders. Tote: �90; pl �40, �20.
Exacta: �.10. Trifecta: �.00. CSF:
�.56. NR: Lydia?s Place.
8.30: 1, ROLLING MAUL (Joshua
Bryan 10-3); 2, Park Paddocks (2-1); 3,
Dreamtide (12-1). 11-8 fav Touwari. 1l,
1
3 /4l. 5 ran. P Bowen. Tote: �60; pl
�70, �80. Exacta: �.60. Trifecta:
�.50. CSF: �.83. NR: The Last
Melon.
9.00: 1, SUITSUS (T J Murphy 6-1);
2, Aye Aye Skipper (11-4 fav); 3, Moi
Aussie (5-1). shd, 1/2l. 7 ran. G Deacon.
Tote: �50; pl �80, �00. Exacta:
�.90. Trifecta: �0.60. CSF: �.37.
QUADPOT: �.90
PLACEPOT: �0.60
KEMPTON
5.40: 1, DRAGON DREAM (Rhiain
Ingram 12-1); 2, Happy Escape (10-1);
NEWCASTLE
PATRICK WEAVER
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
2.00 NOVICE
Class 5 2YO 7f (10 runners)
�528
1 (8) 341 BENADALID (26)(C,A) C Fairhurst 9 9 .................R Ffrench 67
2 (6)
0 HELLO MY SUNSHINE (26) K McLintock 9 2 .............G Lee 63
3 (9)
0 HEMINGFORD (31) C Fellowes 9 2 ............................M Lane 73
4 (1) 253 KIT MARLOWE (14)(BF) M Johnston 9 2 .... P J McDonald ?99
5 (10)
5 RUDE AWAKENING (7) Sir M Prescott 9 2 .............L Morris 71
6 (3)
2 TALE OF TAILS (14) B Ellison 9 2 ....................... B A Curtis 76
7 (5)
32 WEELLAN (17) J J Quinn 9 2 .................................... P Makin 76
8 (4)
GIFT OF LOULINS T Coyle 8 11 ..........................B McHugh 67
9 (2)
MOLLY MAYHEM R Fahey 8 11 ..........................P Hanagan 78
10 (7)
WORKING TOGETHER A Brittain 8 11 ...................C Hardie 62
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Tale Of Tails, 3 Kit Marlowe, 4 Weellan, 7 Rude
Awakening, Molly Mayhem, 8 Benadalid, 20 Hemingford, 33 others.
2016: Alcazar 9 2, J P Spencer 8-15 Fav (D M Simcock), drawn (9),
10 ran.
STARFORM: TALE OF TAILS DANGER: Kit Marlowe
TV NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
2.30 BETFRED
Class 4 2YO 6f (8 runners)
�822
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(2)
4 BIG LES (28) K McLintock 9 2 ................................... T Eaves 72
(1)
5 BURN SOME DUST (20) B Ellison 9 2 ................ B A Curtis 71
(8)
3 CURIOSITY (14) H Palmer 9 2.............. Josephine Gordon ?99
(3)
33 MOVE IT MOVE IT (20)(BF) K Dalgleish 9 2 ..............G Lee 77
(6)
ODDS ON OLI R Fahey 9 2.................................. T Hamilton 80
(7)
SPRAY THE SEA B Smart 9 2 .............................. C Beasley 70
(4)
ULSHAW BRIDGE J Bethell 9 2 ...........................P Hanagan 71
(5)
60 BROUGH LANE LASS (9) J Weymes 8 11 .............L Morris 67
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Curiosity, 5-2 Move It Move It, 6 Big Les, 7 Odds
On Oli, 12 Spray The Sea, 16 others.
2016: Hyperfocus 9 5, M Monaghan(3) 10-11 Fav (H Palmer), drawn
(4), 7 ran.
STARFORM: CURIOSITY DANGER: Odds On Oli
?SUPER LEAGUE? HANDICAP
3.05 BETFRED
Class 5 1m 2f (14 runners)
�528
1 (9) -166 LOPES DANCER (14)(CD,A) Sally Haynes 5 9 9 ...N Farley 86
2 (3) 0-03 HERNANDOSHIDEAWAY (19)(G,S)(B*,T) M Dods 5 9 7
C Beasley 93
3 (8) -222 THERTHAAR (34)(BF,A) I Mohammed 4 9 7 ............K Stott ?99
4 (6) 2L2L MUQARRED (37)(A,G)(P) Roger Fell 5 9 6 ....... T Hamilton 89
5 (12) 5-61 AUSPICION (28)(CD,A,G,S) T Tate 5 9 4 .............A Mullen 90
6 (4) 0021 ARCHIPELIGO (26)(CD,A,G)(P) I Jardine 6 9 3
J Gormley (7) 95
7 (10) -400 POLAR FOREST (152)(CD,D,A,G,S)(E) R C Guest 7 9 3
P J McDonald 88
8 (7) -342 HENPECKED (28)(D2,S)(P) A Whillans 7 9 3....P Hanagan 89
9 (5) L642 PERCEIVED (19)(D,S) A Brittain 5 9 2 ....................C Hardie 77
10 (1) 33-3 BISHOP OF BLING (52) C Wall 4 9 1 .....................L Morris 86
11(14) -L00 SIKANDAR (J23)(D,G)(T) B Ellison 5 9 1 ........B Robinson (5) 90
12 (2) 0450 SATISH (13)(B) D O?Meara 4 9 0 .........................D Tudhope 97
13(13) 420L STRUMMER (36)(A)(P) K Ryan 4 8 10 .................Joe Doyle 90
14(11) 0604 LEONARD THOMAS (20)(C,A)(P) P Kirby 7 8 7 ...P Aspell 85
Star Betting: ? 3 Archipeligo, 5 Auspicion, 11-2 Therthaar, 8
Henpecked, 10 Bishop Of Bling, Perceived, 12 others.
2016: Suitor 4 9 4, B Curtis 3-1 (B Ellison), drawn (4), 9 ran.
STARFORM: ARCHIPELIGO DANGER: Auspicion
Rude Awakening
Move It Move It
Archipeligo
Briardale (treble)
Nelson?s Bay
Cool Strutter
That Is The Spirit
Cupid?s Arrow
HANDICAP (DIV 2)
4.50 BETFRED
Class 6 1m(14 runners)
STAR TIP
2.00
2.30
3.05
3.40
4.15
4.50
5.20
5.55
Tale Of Tails
Move It Move It
Bishop Of Bling
Briardale
Kuiper Belt
Broctune Papa Gio
War Department
Arthurthedelegator
SEATON DELAVAL HANDICAP
3.40 BETFRED
Class 2 1m (14 runners)
�,788
1 (6)
2 (14)
3 (10)
4 (9)
5 (5)
6 (13)
7 (2)
8 (3)
9 (11)
10 (7)
BRIARDALE (31)(C2,D,A,G) J Bethell 5 9 7......P Hanagan 93
TOP NOTCH TONTO (19)(D4,G,S) B Ellison 7 9 3 .B A Curtis 89
REPLENISH (41)(CD,A) J Fanshawe 4 9 1 .......... T Queally 98
ONE WORD MORE (29)(D,A,G,S)(H) T Easterby 7 9 0 ..D Allan 88
EXAMINER (27)(D3,A,S)(T) S C Williams 6 8 13 D Tudhope 91
KENTUCKYCONNECTION (5)(G) B Smart 4 8 13 ....C Beasley 86
CLAIM THE ROSES (220)(A,G) E Vaughan 6 8 12 ...P Makin 93
QAFFAAL (35)(CD,D3,A,G) M W Easterby 6 8 12.............. N Evans (3) 87
CHESTNUT FIRE (28)(D3,A) D Loughnane 5 8 11 ...L Edmunds (5) 87
SWIFT EMPEROR (21)(CD,D2,A,G) T D Barron 5 8 11
P J McDonald ?99
11 (8) 2-22 CONSTANTINO (124)(G)(B) R Fahey 4 8 11... T Hamilton 93
12 (1) -000 MOUNTAIN RESCUE (14)(D,A,G) C Wall 5 8 10..L Morris 93
13 (4) 0-0L STORM ROCK (36)(D2,S)(P) H Dunlop 5 8 6
Josephine Gordon 82
14(12) 4L04 HAMMER GUN (7)(D2,A)(V) D Shaw 4 8 4 ...........F Norton 93
Star Betting: ? 9-2 Briardale, 5 Qaffaal, 6 Examiner, 7 Constantino,
8 Replenish, 10 Chestnut Fire, 12 others.
2016: Mothers Finest 4 8 8, B Curtis 10-1 (K Burke), drawn (1),
9 ran.
STARFORM: REPLENISH DANGER: Qaffaal
6121
0400
3-3L
66-L
-404
-505
2001363
1403
4300
4.15
BETFRED HANDICAP (DIV 1)
Class 6 1m (14 runners)
�234
1 (9) -041 BEVERLEY BULLET (20)(S)(P) L Mullaney 4 10 0 ..D Tudhope 96
2 (7) -034 SOOQAAN (20)(D2,A,S) A Brittain 6 9 13 ..............C Hardie 95
3 (8) 6510 SYMBOLIC STAR (15)(CD,C,A)(P) F Murtagh 5 9 12
C Rodriguez (5) 89
4 (11) 0000 SWIFTEE (34)(B) I Furtado 4 9 9 ...............................D Nolan 93
5 (3) 46L2 PENSAX LADY (20)(A) D Loughnane 4 9 9 ............L Morris 84
6 (6) 0600 NELSON?S BAY (24)(CD,D2,A,G,S) W Storey 8 9 7
N Evans (3) 93
7 (1) 550- LITTLE PIPPIN (196)(D,S) T Coyle 4 9 5 .... P J McDonald ?99
8 (12) 00-6 KUIPER BELT (48) D Lanigan 3 9 4 ..................... T Queally 90
9 (13) 00-0 WISHING TREE (22) B Ellison 4 9 3 ........... B Robinson (5) 90
10 (5) 4600 BORN TO REASON (12)(H*) Kevin Frost 3 9 1 ....R Powell 85
11(14) 000- BIGBADBOY (237) C Mulhall 4 9 0 ..............L Edmunds (5) 86
12 (2) 0012 CLEAR AS A BELL (2)(G) T Easterby 3 8 13 ...........D Allan 91
13(10) 4050 A BIT OF GINGER (12) Mrs A Duffield 3 8 12 ...........S Gray 88
14 (4) 6600 TRANQUIL TRACY (22) J Norton 3 8 8 ..................P Aspell 88
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Beverley Bullet, 5 Clear As A Bell, 11-2 Kuiper
Belt, 6 Pensax Lady, 8 Symbolic Star, 10 Sooqaan, 14 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: NELSON?S BAY DANGER: Symbolic Star
�234
1 (6) 0-23 BROCTUNE PAPA GIO (37)(D4,G) G Boanas 10 9 13
L Edmunds (5) 94
2 (10) 0/6L CLINE (53) K Ryan 4 9 13 .......................................Joe Doyle 92
3 (2) 4320 SAKHALIN STAR (15)(D,S) R C Guest 6 9 10 M Lane 89
4 (1) 3622 COOL STRUTTER (8)(C,A,G) Mrs K Tutty 5 9 9
Gemma Tutty (5) 94
5 (11) 2-00 EIUM MAC (52)(D2,A) N Bycroft 8 9 8 ......C Rodriguez (5) 89
6 (4) 00-L SAXON GOLD (60) J J Davies 4 9 5 ....................... S James 93
7 (3) -50L STEEL HELMET (35) B Ellison 3 9 4 .......... B Robinson (5) 88
8 (8) L-L0 ROCK OF MONACO (28)(A)(B*) A Brittain 4 9 3 .C Hardie 84
9 (5) 00-0 BELISA (78) I Furtado 3 9 3 ........................................D Nolan 88
10(14) 4645 JESSIE ALLAN (12) J Goldie 6 9 0 ............... P J McDonald 83
11(13) 0004 STATE RESIDENCE (31)(T*,V*) D O?Meara 3 8 13
D Tudhope ?99
12(12) -066 PENY ARCADE (12)(C,A) A Whillans 3 8 13 .....P Hanagan 96
13 (7) 4500 CORAL PRINCESS (12) K Dalgleish 3 8 9 ..................J Hart 94
14 (9) -L50 CIRCUIT (51)(T*) W Storey 3 8 6 ...................... N Evans (3) 88
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Cool Strutter, 6 Broctune Papa Gio, 7 Sakhalin
Star, Peny Arcade, 8 Jessie Allan, 12 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: PENY ARCADE DANGER: Cool Strutter
HANDICAP
5.20 BETFRED
Class 2 7f (8 runners)
�,450
1 (7) -136 THAT IS THE SPIRIT (19)(D6,A,G,S) D O?Meara 6 10 0
D Tudhope 96
2 (5) 3-55 RIGHT TOUCH (33)(D,G,S) R Fahey 7 9 11 .....P Hanagan ?99
3 (8) 3-50 ACCESSION (35)(D4,A,G,S) C Fellowes 8 9 9 ...............M Lane 85
4 (1) 2643 WAR DEPARTMENT (5)(CD2,A,G)(V) K Dalgleish 4 9 4
C Beasley 93
5 (6) LL20 PENWORTHAM (13)(D2,A,G)(H) R Fahey 4 9 3 ...T Hamilton 97
6 (4) 101L WELLIESINTHEWATER (27)(D6,A,G)(V) D Shaw 7 9 2
F Norton 86
7 (2) 0241 SAFE VOYAGE (24)(CD2,D,A,G,S) J J Quinn 4 9 1 .J Hart 93
8 (3) 0L50 FLORENCIO (12)(A,S)(P) Roger Fell 4 8 9 .. P J McDonald 88
LONG HANDICAP: Florencio 8-8.
Star Betting: ? 11-4 That Is The Spirit, 4 Safe Voyage, 9-2 War
Department, 6 Right Touch, 7 Accession, 10 Penwortham, 12 others.
2016: Mr Bossy Boots 5 9 3, P O?Donnell(5) 8-1 (R Beckett), drawn
(1), 14 ran.
STARFORM: WAR DEPARTMENT DANGER: Accession
HANDICAP
5.55 BETFRED
Class 5 3YO 7f (11 runners)
�528
1 (8) 6-21 BLACK SALT (31)(G) T D Barron 9 7 ........... P J McDonald 92
2 (10) 621 PASTIME (20)(A) Miss G Kelleway 9 7. Josephine Gordon 91
3 (2) 25L HITCHCOCK (48) K Ryan 9 2 ......................................S Gray 89
4 (11) 0325 ARTHURTHEDELEGATOR (13)(CD,A) Oliver Greenall 9 1
D Nolan 93
5 (4) -363 ELTANIN (15)(P) J J Quinn 9 0 ....................................J Hart 89
6 (5) L315 CHAMPION HARBOUR (19)(C,A) R Fahey 8 10 ..P Hanagan ?99
7 (7) 2-50 SAVANNAH MOON (31) K Ryan 8 10..................Joe Doyle 82
8 (3) -441 REY LOOPY (41)(CD,A) B Haslam 8 9...................C Hardie 88
9 (6) L444 CUPID?S ARROW (24) Mrs R Carr 8 7 .....................L Morris 91
10 (9) 40-5 SEEBRING (19)(P*) B Ellison 8 5 ................ B Robinson (5) 83
11 (1) 2530 HOLLYWOOD HARRY (10)(P) K Dalgleish 8 5 .. C Beasley 89
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Black Salt, 4 Rey Loopy, 6 Pastime, 7
Arthurthedelegator, 8 Hitchcock, 10 others.
2016: Awesome Quality 8 13, L Morris 7-2 Fav (J Tate), drawn (2), 9
ran.
STARFORM: PASTIME DANGER: Rey Loopy
NEWBURY
PATRICK WEAVER
Delfie Lane
One For June
Time Change
Wannabe Friends
Flood Defence (nap)
Deeds Not Words (nb)
Loving Your Work
STAKES (PLUS 10) (STR)
6.50 NOVICE
Class 4 2YO 7f (16 runners)
STAR TIP
5.50
6.20
6.50
7.25
8.00
8.30
9.00
Sarangoo
Lexington Grace
She Believes
Boycie
Canford Tor
Deeds Not Words
Jack Of Diamonds
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TECHNOLOGY HANDICAP (STR)
5.50 PUMP
Class 5 7f (16 runners)
�234
1 (1) -403 SARANGOO (11)(D6,A,F,G,S) M Saunders 9 10 0 ...Georgia Cox (5) 95
2 (6) -044 STANLEY (23)(G,S) Jonjo O?Neill 6 10 0 .........R Kingscote 88
3 (4) 1630 ANONYMOUS JOHN (16)(D,A,G,S) D F Davis 5 9 13
Katherine Glenister (7) 86
4 (8) 6210 DANECASE (16)(CD,G) D Dennis 4 9 13 ...................R Ryan (7) 93
5 (5) 0113 PAPOU TONY (22)(D,A) G Baker 4 9 13 ................L Keniry 88
6 (2) L-00 TOPOLOGY (35) J Tuite 4 9 12..............................J Mitchell 88
7 (14) 2L00 FAIRWAY TO HEAVEN (22)(D,A,G,S) L Carter 8 9 10
Jenny Powell (5) 93
8 (16) L610 EL TORITO (24)(D,G,S)(P) J Boyle 3 9 5 .........S Hitchcott 90
9 (9) 1-40 COASTAL CYCLONE (29)(A) H Dunlop 3 9 4..... D Probert 85
10(11) 6415 BLACK DAVE (26)(D3,A,G) P Evans 7 9 4 ...........D O?Neill 88
11 (3) 5-50 CHICA DE LA NOCHE (11)(BF,D,A) S Dow 3 9 2 .....J F Egan 88
12 (7) 33L0 CORPORAL MADDOX (13)(D8,A,F,G,S)(H,P) R Harris 10 9 2
W Cox (7) 84
13(12) -004 DIABLE D?OR (18)(G) Eve J-Houghton 3 9 2E Greatrex (3) 88
14(10) 3222 DELFIE LANE (13)(BF,A)(P) R Hughes 3 9 2 .............F Marsh (7) 97
15(15) -011 PURSUING STEED (27)(D2,G,S) H Morrison 3 9 0
C Bennett (3) ?99
16(13) 44-0 SIR COMPTON (83) W Kittow 4 9 0 ........................M Dwyer 86
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Pursuing Steed, 6 Delfie Lane, 7 Papou Tony, 8
Sarangoo, 10 Stanley, Black Dave, 12 others.
2016: Kitaaby 3 9 4, J Fortune 8-1 (B Meehan), drawn (6), 13 ran.
STARFORM: PURSUING STEED DANGER: Sarangoo
1 (13) 2023 ANGEL OF THE SOUTH (17) D Ivory 9 0 .......... R Winston 90
2 (9)
ARACHINA H Dunlop 9 0 ........................................ D Probert 78
3 (4)
DANCE ME S Kirk 9 0 ....................................... M Godwin (5) 78
4 (15)
DARK BLUE M Channon 9 0 .....................................J F Egan 88
5 (7)
FILLY MIGNON B Powell 9 0 ...................................M Dwyer 73
6 (3)
0 JULIET CAPULET (26)(P*) J Gosden 9 0..................R Tart 94
7 (2)
MAHAARAT Sir M Stoute 9 0 ....................................D O?Neill 93
8 (1)
3 MOGGY (16) R Hughes 9 0 ..................................... S W Kelly 91
9 (5)
RICHENZA R Beckett 9 0 ..........................P C O?Donnell (5) 87
10(11) 25 SHE BELIEVES (28)(BF) S Kirk 9 0 ........................L Keniry 88
11 (6)
SO CRAFTY Eve J-Houghton 9 0 ..............................C Bishop 83
12 (8)
SUKHOVEY M Attwater 9 0 .............................................K Fox 75
13(14)
SUNDAY BEST J Portman 9 0...........................R Kingscote 76
14(16)
THE MUMS J Gosden 9 0..................................James Doyle 93
15(10)
5 TIG TOG (11) R Hannon 9 0 ...............................T Marquand 94
16(12)
2 TIME CHANGE (26) R Beckett 9 0 ...........................P Dobbs ?99
Star Betting: ? 4 Angel of The South, 5 She Believes, 11-2 Time
Change, 7 The Mums, 8 Mahaarat, 10 Moggy, 12 others.
2016: Emmie 9 0, J Crowley 20-1 (H Dunlop), drawn (2), 10 ran.
STARFORM: TIME CHANGE DANGER: She Believes
PUMPS LTD HANDICAP
7.25 PEGASUS
Class 4 1m 2f (13 runners)
�881
1 (10) 0120 BADENSCOTH (18)(D,A)(H) D Ivory 9 7 ............ R Winston ?99
2 (7) 1-20 RAJ BALARAAJ (24)(G) G Baker 9 6 .................. F M Berry 98
3 (4) 4-30 DANCE TEACHER (22)(BF) R Beckett 9 5 .............P Dobbs 95
4 (3) 0616 KYLLACHYS TALE (33)(D,A) R Teal 9 5 ...........J Mitchell 94
5 (11) 600 CANFORD TOR (16) H Candy 9 4...........................D O?Neill 94
6 (9) L306 CHALLOW (31) S Kirk 9 3 .........................................L Keniry 88
7 (5) 00-4 HEART OF GOLD (19) W Muir 9 2.......................D Egan (5) 96
8 (1) 506 SIR GNET (27)(H) E Dunlop 9 2 ............................ D Probert 91
9 (2) -300 SAKURAJIMA (31)(T) C Hills 9 1 ...............C Shepherd (3) 87
10 (6) 0-00 HERM (14)(T*) P Evans 9 1 .....................................J F Egan 91
11(12) 20-0 SALIERI (18) A King 9 1 .....................................T Marquand 89
12 (8) 5-02 FLOOD DEFENCE (18) C Wall 9 0................... A Beschizza 91
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Flood Defence, 7-2 Dance Teacher, 7 Badenscoth,
10 Canford Tor, 12 Heart Of Gold, Raj Balaraaj, 14 others.
2016: Bluff Crag 9 4, David Probert 9-2 (A Balding), drawn (7), 11
ran.
STARFORM: FLOOD DEFENCE DANGER: Dance Teacher
WHO?S HOT WHO?S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins last 14
days) M Johnston 21; R Fahey 14; R Hannon
11; T Easterby 10; D O?Meara 10; W Haggas
10; R Hughes 9; M Channon 8; M Dods 8; R
Charlton 8; K Dalgleish 7.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last
win) J R Jenkins 79; M Blanshard 68; C Mulhall
60; J Norton 55; C Allen 54; M Attwater 53; C
Teague 50.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days) S De
Sousa 25; R L Moore 12; P Makin 10; J
Fanning 9; T Hamilton 8; W Buick 8; J P
Sullivan 8; B Curtis 7; R Kingscote 7; James
Doyle 7; S W Kelly 7; P J McDonald 7; L Morris
7; J Crowley 7.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since last win)
Gina Mangan 54; Jenny Powell 44; G Downing
44; K Fox 39; P Aspell 38; Toby Eley 33.
lNot including last night
�690
1 (2) 66-1 HOLLYWOOD ROAD (17)(D3,G)(B) D Cantillon 4 10 0 . G Wood (3) ?99
2 (1) 1L45 REAVER (12)(A,G) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 13 .............C Bishop 85
3 (7) -L54 PRIMOGENITURE (51)(D2,A,G,S) Mrs M Hambro 6 9 11
R Kingscote 86
4 (3) 3412 BOYCIE (14)(D2,A,G,S) R Hannon 4 9 9 .... Tina Smith (7) 94
5 (6) 5-24 WANNABE FRIENDS (47)(BF) R Hughes 4 9 9 . S W Kelly 84
6 (4) 110- UNISON (J75)(BF,D2,G,S) J Scott 7 9 9 ............D Costello 88
7 (8) 340- LADURELLI (274)(D,A) P Cole 5 9 8 ................... D Probert 87
8 (11) L006 CRICKLEWOOD GREEN (14)(C,G,S) S Kirk 6 9 7
M Godwin (5) 83
9 (5) 2-41 SPORTING TIMES (16)(G) E Dunlop 3 9 1 ...........D O?Neill 88
10 (9) 1-2L MAKAARIM (110)(A) M Botti 3 9 1 ......................D Muscutt 86
11(10) 531 PILGRIM?S TREASURE (21)(S)(P) C Appleby 3 9 0 ...James Doyle 94
12(13) 51-0 BUZZ (45)(A) H Morrison 3 8 10................................L Keniry 83
13(12) 163L DOCTOR BARTOLO (19)(D,A) C Hills 3 8 8 ....... W Carson 86
Star Betting: ? 4 Pilgrim?s Treasure, 5 Boycie, 11-2 Hollywood Road,
7 Sporting Times, 8 Wannabe Friends, 10 Reaver, 12 others.
2016: Huge Future 3 9 2, James Doyle 2-1 Fav (S bin Suroor), drawn
(4), 11 ran.
STARFORM: PILGRIM?S TREASURE DANGER: Sporting Times
(STR)
AUCTION STAKES (PLUS 10)
8.00 HANDICAP
6.20 NOVICE
Class 5 3YO 1m(12 runners)
Class 4 2YO 6f (11 runners)
�946
1 (5) 6231 LEXINGTON GRACE (10)(D,G) R Hannon 9 6
Rossa Ryan (7) 94
2 (3) 421 MAGIC APPLAUSE (26)(G) G Scott 9 4 ........F Yarham (7) 98
3 (8) 5312 QUEEN OF KALAHARI (28)(S) C Hills 9 4......C Shepherd (3) 90
4 (9)
05 COVE BEACH (12) P Cole 9 0............................... D Probert 87
5 (10)
0 ONE FOR JUNE (29) W Haggas 9 0 ...............James Doyle ?99
6 (2)
0 SHOW OF FORCE (29) J Portman 8 12 ...........R Kingscote 79
7 (7)
0 SHOYD (23) R Hannon 8 12......................................K O?Neill 91
8 (1)
6 SIENNA SAYS (30) A Carroll 8 12 ....................... R Winston 78
9 (6)
CHANGING D Kubler 8 8 ......................................... W Carson 75
10(11) 0544 CONTROVERSIAL LADY (42) J S Moore 8 8 .........L Jones 84
11 (4)
ISABELLA MAYSON W Kittow 8 8 ..........................M Dwyer 85
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Queen Of Kalahari, 3 Magic Applause, 9-2
Lexington Grace, 8 Sienna Says, 10 One For June, 12 others.
2016: Funky Footsteps 8 8, C Bishop 25-1 (Eve J-Houghton), drawn
(11), 11 ran.
STARFORM: QUEEN OF KALAHARI DANGER: Lexington Grace
�946
STARFORM (All at Newcastle) 3.05 Archipeligo (treble), 3.40
Replenish (nb), 5.55 Pastime (nap)
CLOCKFORM (Newcastle) 3.40 Swift Emperor 5pts win
8.30 HANDICAP
Class 5 6f (16 runners)
HANDICAP
9.00 APPRENTICE
Class 5 1m 3f (14 runners)
1 (7)
2 (1)
3 (10)
4 (2)
BEST EACH WAY
HANDICAP BLOT
DONNACHIES GIRL (6.00, Hamilton) scored
here on latest start for which she escapes a
penalty, so able to race off the same mark.
ONE TO FOLLOW
MR POCKET made up a massive amount of
ground once he got out a clear run at Brighton
on Tuesday. He remains one to keep an eye on.
�234
CAMAKASI (36)(D,A) A Stronge 6 10 0........................C Lee 92
ROY ROCKET (17)(G,S) J Berry 7 9 13 ..Nicola Currie (5) 93
ELUSIVE COWBOY (27)(A) C Gordon 4 9 12 ....William Cox (5) 87
JACK OF DIAMONDS (13)(A,G)(B) R Teal 8 9 12
Rossa Ryan (5) 92
5 (12) -003 MAESTRO MAC (12)(A) H Morrison 4 9 10......... T Ladd (5) 93
6 (3) L0-L INN THE BULL (16)(S)(T*) A King 4 9 9................. P Pilley 93
7 (14) -104 RECKLESS WAVE (27)(BF,A) Ed Walker 4 9 6
Jenny Powell ?99
8 (5) -350 MCDELTA (14)(G,S) G Deacon 7 9 0.........Megan Nicholls 92
9 (13) -045 LOVING YOUR WORK (16)(C3,G,S) K C-Brown 6 9 0
Joshua Bryan (3) 95
10 (4) 0-00 CLASSIC MISSION (14)(B) J Portman 6 9 0
Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) 92
11 (8) -145 MONOLOGUE (66)(BF,A) N Mulholland 4 8 11
Finley Marsh (3) 98
12 (6) 20/L GARCON DE SOLEIL (16) M Blanshard 4 8 7 ........ R Oliver 87
13(11) 424/ KINGSTON MIMOSA (J30)(P) M Gillard 5 8 7
Jordan Uys (3) 87
14 (9) /40L HONG KONG JOE (19) Mrs L Richards 7 8 7...Aled Beech (5) 89
LONG HANDICAP: Garcon De Soleil 8-6, Kingston Mimosa 8-5,
Hong Kong Joe 8-2.
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Monologue, 4 Maestro Mac, 6 Jack Of Diamonds,
8 Reckless Wave, Roy Rocket, 10 Camakasi, 12 others.
2016: Turnbury 5 9 2, Megan Nicholls(3) 8-1 (Mrs N Evans), drawn
(9), 12 ran.
STARFORM: CAMAKASI DANGER: Reckless Wave
5033
-15L
-6L0
2664
NEW QUARTERS
SARANGOO (5.50, Newbury) races over her
optimum trip and is well treated.
�881
1 (8) 6504 BORN TO FINISH (16)(D4,A) J Osborne 4 10 2 D Costello 89
2 (13) 2111 DEEDS NOT WORDS (17)(D8,A,G,S)(P) M Wigham 6 10 1
D Probert ?99
3 (15) 50L6 ROCKLEY POINT (12)(A)(P) P D?Arcy 4 10 1......J Haynes 87
4 (9) 3-00 HIDDEN OASIS (20)(S)(P) Jonjo O?Neill 6 10 1... F M Berry 87
5 (4) 6-13 SWANTON BLUE (16)(D2,A,G) E De Giles 4 10 0
C Shepherd (3) 95
6 (6) 5031 SHOWMETHEWAYAVRILO (13)(D4,A,G,S)
M Saunders 4 9 13 C Bennett (3) 95
7 (7) L000 VINCENTTI (13)(D3,G,S)(H,P) R Harris 7 9 13
William Cox (7) 84
8 (5) 5-66 VINCENZO COCCOTTI (24)(D2,A,G) K C-Brown 5 9 10
H Crouch (3) 95
9 (16) -222 EXCELLENT SUNSET (29) D Lanigan 3 9 9 .James Doyle 97
10 (3) 1663 INDIAN AFFAIR (13)(D6,A,G,S)(B,T) J Bradley 7 9 9
Finley Marsh (7) 89
11(10) 0-20 HARRISON STICKLE (27)(BF,D,G) J Gallagher 5 9 8
D Sweeney 92
12 (1) 4440 CHETAN (16)(D6,A,G)(P,T) C Wallis 5 9 6 .... A Beschizza 89
13(12) L014 FLOWING CLARETS (17)(D2,G,S) J Bridger 4 9 5 .. W Carson 92
14(11) 0033 DELAGATE THIS LORD (33)(P) M Attwater 3 9 4
David Egan (5) 91
15(14) 4301 JAGANORY (12)(D2,F,G,S)(P) C Mason 5 9 2
Lulu Stanford (5) 96
16 (2) 0500 DIVINE CALL (13)(D7,A,G,S)(B) J Bradley 10 8 9 ...M Dwyer 86
LONG HANDICAP: Divine Call 8-6.
Star Betting: ? 5 Deeds Not Words, 13-2 Excellent Sunset, 7
Swanton Blue, 8 Indian Affair, Showmethewayavrilo, 10 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: DEEDS NOT WORDS DANGER: Jaganory
HORSES having their first runs for new trainers.
HAMILTON: 7.35 Clarabel (ex G Moss).
NEWBURY: 7.25 Wannabe Friends (ex L
Cumani), 8.30 Delagate This Lord (ex W G M
Turner, 9.00 Elusive Cowboy (ex S Edmunds),
9.00 Monologue (ex S Hodgson).
NEWCASTLE: 4.50 Circuit (M Quinn to W
Storey).
NEWMARKET: 3.50 Mishari (T Dascombe to
D Lanigan).
NOTTINGHAM: 4.35 Kommander Kirkup (J J
Davies to M Herrington), 5.45 Eastern Lady (W
Knight to R J Price), 5.45 Pantomime (Charles
O?Brien to Lucinda Egerton).
ONE TO SWERVE
SOMNAMBULIST (7.35, Hamilton) is a hard
horse to win with.
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
HAMILTON: None. NEWBURY: None.
NEWCASTLE: None. NOTTINGHAM: None.
NEWMARKET: H Bentley rides 2.40 Zorba
The Greek for E Vaughan, previous
combinations 2 wins from 2 mounts 100% strike
rate at course.
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
Cougar Kid (6.00 HAM) ....................... 335miles
Louis Vee (7.00 HAM) ......................... 335miles
Spiritoftomintoul (6.00 HAM) ............... 309miles
BIGGEST EARNERS
HAMILTON
NEWBURY
NEWCASTLE
NEWMARKET
NOTTINGHAM
8.10
5.50
3.40
4.25
4.35
Alexandrakollontai �,062
Corporal Maddox �9,832
Top Notch Tonto
�4,864
Professor
�9,114
Lexington Times
�,205
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
NEWMARKET
HAMILTON
PATRICK WEAVER
GOING: SOFT
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.10
188BET NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 4 2YO 6f (6 runners)
�528
1 (1)
1 ROLAND ROCKS (12)(G) J Ryan 9 8 ..................A Kirby 96
2 (4)
03 DICHATO (19) J Gosden 9 2 ........................... R L Moore?99
3 (3)
0 ETEFAAQ (14) R Hannon 9 2 ...............................S Levey 88
4 (5)
NICKLAUS W Haggas 9 2 ................................ J Crowley 95
5 (6)
5 RAGSTONE VIEW (11) R Hughes 9 2 ............ S W Kelly 83
6 (2)
60 PATTY PATCH (16)(H) Richard Spencer 8 11 ......S Donohoe 86
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Dichato, 9-4 Nicklaus, 4 Roland Rocks, 10
Etefaaq, 12 Ragstone View, 20 Patty Patch.
2016: Unabated 9 2, James Doyle 8-1 (M Botti), drawn (6), 5 ran.
STARFORM: DICHATO DANGER: Roland Rocks
2.40
188BET HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 4f (11 runners)
�881
1
2
(5) 0-3453 PETERHOUSE (13)(A,G)(V*) J Ward 5 10 1
Aaron Jones (3) 91
(8) 22L3-L NUCKY THOMPSON (35)(G)(P*,T)
Richard Spencer 4 9 13 S Donohoe 91
3 (7) L23-L THE NEW MASTER (61) D Elsworth 4 9 11....... S De Sousa 92
4 (11) 54-250 ZORBA THE GREEK (80)(BF,G)(H*) E Vaughan 5 9 9
H Bentley 96
5 (4) 30-025 LONGSIDE (43)(G) J Eustace 5 9 3 .............. DOUBTFUL 94
6 (9) 2-343L SUFI (19) R Hannon 3 9 2......................................S Levey 94
7 (3) 4-235 MISTRESS QUICKLY (27)(BF) R Beckett 3 9 0 ........ P Dobbs 92
8 (10) -41436 PADDY A (6)(A) P McBride 3 8 12 ......................W Buick 92
9 (1) 555-6 POSEIDON (15) Ed Walker 3 8 11................... J Crowley 90
10 (2) 53-002 CHOCOLATE BOX (14)(P) L Cumani 3 8 11....... R L Moore?99
11 (6)
0002 THEGLASGOWWARRIOR (11) M Bell 3 8 2 ........David Egan (5) 98
Star Betting: ? 4 Chocolate Box, 5 Theglasgowwarrior, 11-2
Peterhouse, 6 Mistress Quickly, 8 others.
2016: Hearty 3 8 0, J Quinn 7-4 Fav (J Noseda), drawn (3), 6 ran.
STARFORM: MISTRESS QUICKLY DANGER: Chocolate Box
HANDICAP
3.15 188BET
Class 4 3YO 6f (8 runners)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(6)
(8)
(4)
(3)
(7)
(5)
(2)
(1)
�175
HEMINGWAY (68)(BF,G)(P) K Ryan 9 7 .......... DOUBTFUL 84
SWORD EXCEED (12)(D,A) I Furtado 9 5 .......S De Sousa 91
HART STOPPER (52)(D,G) M Bell 9 3 ..........L Steward?99
CAPPANANTY CON (17)(D,A) D Ivory 9 3 ........J Crowley 92
MUTOONDRESDASHORSE (29)(S) P Cole 9 3 ....... A Kirby 95
STANHOPE (47)(V*) M Quinn 9 1 ................... F M Berry 81
BENGAL LANCER (349)(BF) I Williams 9 0 ........S Donohoe 82
LADY IN QUESTION (19)(D,G) R Fahey 9 0
Connor Murtagh (7) 90
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Hart Stopper, 9-2 Cappananty Con, 5
Mutoondresdashorse, 8 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: HART STOPPER DANGER: Sword Exceed
0-2L3L
4-1304
3-3431
-12262
2-10
332-45
353005-54
3.50
Dichato
Chocolate Box
Lady In Question
Muhajjal
Professor
Surrey Hope
Justice Lady
188BET.CO.UK MAIDEN STAKES
Class 5 7f (8 runners)
�881
1 (4)
GLENN COCO S C Williams 3 9 5.........Aaron Jones (3) 86
2 (6)
L- MISHARI (279) D Lanigan 3 9 5 ..........................W Buick 81
3 (5)
334- MUHAJJAL (278) Owen Burrows 3 9 5 .......... J Crowley 97
4 (8)
RAAWY S Crisford 3 9 5 ..................................S De Sousa 88
5 (1)
322- SALUTI (204)(BF) Mrs A Perrett 3 9 5............ R L Moore?99
6 (7)
SLOW TO HAND W Jarvis 3 9 5 .................Danny Brock 75
7 (3)
0L DREAM START (53)(T) J Ryan 3 9 0 ...........S Donohoe 71
8 (2)
0 SANGUINE (14) G Peckham 3 9 0 ...................H Bentley 85
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Muhajjal, 2 Saluti, 5 Raawy, 12 Mishari, 14 Slow
To Hand, 16 Glenn Coco, 25 Sanguine, 33 Dream Start.
2016: Horrah 3 9 5, G Baker 9-4 (R Charlton), drawn (9), 14 ran.
STARFORM: MUHAJJAL DANGER: Saluti
2.10
2.40
3.15
3.50
4.25
5.00
5.35
STAR TIP
PATRICK WEAVER
Roland Rocks
Chocolate Box
Cappananty Con (nap)
Muhajjal
Twin Appeal
Endless Gold
Rio Ronaldo
Donnachies Girl
Quayside
Mr Strutter
Tread Lightly
Peach Melba
Spirit Of Wedza
Kenny The Captain
HANDICAP
4.25 188BET
Class 2 7f (11 runners)
HANDICAP
5.00 188BET
Class 4 3YO 1m(6 runners)
�175
1 (2)
6-11 SURREY HOPE (21)(D2,A,G) J Tuite 9 9 ....... Oisin Murphy 93
2 (6) 2160-2 PEAK PRINCESS (12)(G)(P*) R Hannon 9 7 ........R L Moore 94
3 (5) 16-0L5 REBEL DE LOPE (19)(G) C Hills 9 7 ...........S De Sousa 86
4 (1) 63-21 DAIRA PRINCE (15)(G) R Varian 9 2 .............H Bentley 95
5 (4)
51 RIGOLETTO (23)(D,G) L Cumani 9 1...................A Kirby?99
6 (3) 30-202 ENDLESS GOLD (13)(P) C Appleby 8 12 ..........W Buick 94
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Daira Prince, 7-2 Peak Princess, 9-2 Rigoletto, 5
Surrey Hope, 11-2 Endless Gold, 10 Rebel De Lope.
2016: Silent Attack 9 6, James Doyle 2-1 Fav (S bin Suroor), drawn
(2), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SURREY HOPE DANGER: Rigoletto
HANDICAP
5.35 188BET
Class 4 5f (10 runners)
�175
1 (10) L20-L0 KIBAAR (54)(D2,G) K Ryan 5 9 12............... DOUBTFUL 93
2 (3) 13-152 COMPAS SCOOBIE (26)(BF,A)(B*) R Varian 4 9 11 ....... H Bentley 93
3 (9) -06031 RIO RONALDO (12)(D2,A,G) Mike Murphy 5 9 11........ A Fresu 92
4 (4) 44L324 POET?S SOCIETY (12)(D2,A) M Johnston 3 9 9 ........ W Buick?99
5 (7) -30220 UPAVON (105)(BF,A,G)(H,T) S C Williams 7 9 9Aaron Jones (3) 85
6 (5) 4000-L MUSICAL COMEDY (12)(G,S) Mike Murphy 6 9 8 ........A Kirby 85
7 (8) 354-35 JUSTICE LADY (11)(D3,A,G) D Elsworth 4 9 8 ........ S Levey 97
8 (2) 0-6202 EXCELLENT GEORGE (28)(BF,C,D,A,G)(T) S C Williams 5 9 8
.............................................................................. DOUBTUL ?
9 (6) 0-0443 TAHOO (17)(D2,G) K Burke 3 9 3 ............. Oisin Murphy 95
10 (1) R0-L55 BAHAMIAN HEIGHTS (20)(G)(H) R Cowell 6 9 1
M Monaghan (3) 88
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Poet?s Society, 10-3 Rio Ronaldo, 4 Compas
Scoobie, 8 Justice Lady, 10 Upavon, 12 others.
2016: Major Pusey 4 9 8, M J Murphy(3) 7-1 (J Gallagher), drawn (2), 6 ran.
STARFORM: COMPAS SCOOBIE DANGER: Poet?s Society
NOTTINGHAM
PATRICK WEAVER
Holy Tiber
Pouvoir Magique
Muqaatil
Mama Africa
Artscape
Flash City
Miningrocks
STAR TIP
2.20
2.50
3.25
4.00
4.35
5.10
5.45
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT-SOFT IN PLACES
Holy Tiber
Pouvoir Magique
Cape To Cuba
Teqany
Rantan
Rainbow Orse (nb)
Pantomime
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES
2.20 32RED
Class 5 2YO 6f (8 runners)
�234
1 (2)
16 HOLY TIBER (23)(BF,S) G Scott 9 4 ........James Doyle 93
2 (5)
L04 ARCHIE PERKINS (24) N Tinkler 9 2 ....... Phil Dennis (5) 84
3 (1)
L MENDALI (31) D C Griffiths 9 2 ........................ S Drowne 71
4 (7)
3 SILVINGTON (28) D Loughnane 9 2 ........C Bennett (3) 80
5 (8)
VIKING WAY Olly Williams 9 2 ..................... Rob Hornby 78
6 (3)
AGADEER M Johnston 8 11 ..................................A Atzeni?99
7 (4)
PRINCESS JESSICA R Fahey 8 11................ P Mathers 93
8 (6)
L SWEET VIXEN (58) Tom Clover 8 11 ..............J Mitchell 81
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Holy Tiber, 11-4 Agadeer, 4 Princess Jessica, 5
Archie Perkins, 10 Silvington, 14 Viking Way, 20 others.
2016: Mister Blue Sky 9 2, Oisin Murphy 4-6 Fav (S Kirk), drawn (7), 7 ran.
STARFORM: HOLY TIBER DANGER: Agadeer
MAIDEN STAKES
2.50 32RED.COM
Class 5 1m 2f (12 runners)
�234
1 (1)
40 BENISSIMO (61) A L Forbes 7 9 12.......... Toby Eley (7) 68
2 (4)
DESI DARU (J46) C Allen 5 9 12 ............................R Tart 68
3 (5)
AIRWAY J Fanshawe 3 9 0 ............................. G Wood (3) 89
4 (2)
L CLEARANCE (16) M Tompkins 3 9 0 ................J Haynes 58
5 (7)
6 INTELLECT (82) Sir M Stoute 3 9 0 ....................A Atzeni 82
6 (9)
OUTOFTHEQUESTION A King 3 9 0 ........... D Sweeney 70
7 (11)
3 POUVOIR MAGIQUE (21) J Gosden 3 9 0 .....James Doyle?99
8 (3)
0 STORMY BLUES (65)(T*) C Appleby 3 9 0 .........Martin Harley 70
9 (12)
0 TITAN (72) E Dunlop 3 9 0 .................... K Shoemark (3) 84
10 (6)
0 VOLTURNUS (48) J Osborne 3 9 0 ................D Costello 64
11 (10)
0 ARTIC NEL (18) I Williams 3 8 9 ..................T Marquand 88
12 (8)
00- FRENCH SILVER (275) A Carroll 3 8 9 ........G Downing 78
Star Betting: ? 1-2 Pouvoir Magique, 6 Airway, 10 Outofthequestion,
12 Intellect, Titan, 14 Stormy Blues, 20 Artic Nel, 50 others.
2016: De Veer Cliffs 3 8 9, H Bentley 4-6 Fav (M Meade), drawn (2), 6 ran.
STARFORM: POUVOIR MAGIQUE DANGER: Airway
32RED.COM MAIDEN STAKES
3.25 10Class
5 1m(10 runners)
�234
1 (2)
0 PRETTY OBVIOUS (10) Jonjo O?Neill 4 9 12 .......T J Murphy 72
2 (5)
2- ZABEEL PRINCE (248)(BF) R Varian 4 9 12 ........A Atzeni 94
3 (4)
0-44 AZALY (27) Owen Burrows 3 9 2 .............. Martin Harley 92
4 (1)
06 BRINGIT (10) J Osborne 3 9 2.........................D Costello 89
5 (7)
0 DECISION MAKER (14) S Bowring 3 9 2 ....... S Drowne 87
6 (8)
0-0 DISCOVERED (68) R Charlton 3 9 2 ............. DOUBTFUL 92
7 (9) 52-245 MUQAATIL (61)(P*) R Hannon 3 9 2 ..........T Marquand 96
8 (10)
L-L RED BORDEAUX (14) A Carroll 3 9 2 ...........G Downing 77
9 (6)
02 CAPE TO CUBA (27) J Fanshawe 3 8 11 .... G Wood (3)?99
10 (3)
6 PRINCESS OPHELIA (48) M Appleby 3 8 11 ........Raymond Dawson (7) 85
Star Betting: ? 13-8 Zabeel Prince, 9-4 Cape To Cuba, 5 Azaly, 6
Muqaatil, 14 Bringit, 33 Princess Ophelia, Pretty Obvious, 50 others.
2016: Perigee 3 9 2, R Havlin 1-4 Fav (J Gosden), drawn (5), 7 ran.
STARFORM: ZABEEL PRINCE DANGER: Cape To Cuba
4.00
32RED HANDICAP
Class 5 3YO 1m (10 runners)
�234
1 (5)
3134 EXCEL AGAIN (16)(D,A) J Tate 9 9 ............ DOUBTFUL 99
2 (2) 33-232 GLENDUN (16) J Eustace 9 7........................ DOUBTFUL 91
3 (3) 35-666 TEQANY (13) Owen Burrows 9 3 .........................A Atzeni 95
4 (8) 446-00 IRON ISLANDS (27)(V) K Burke 9 1 ................ C Lee (5) 88
5 (1)
623 FINALE (128) H Morrison 8 13....................... G Wood (3)?99
6 (10) 100-05 SANTAFIORA (30)(G) R Charlton 8 12 ........ DOUBTFUL 94
7 (7) 455225 MAMA AFRICA (18) T D Barron 8 12 ..........J P Sullivan 93
8 (4) 34-342 GOLCONDA PRINCE (21) R Fahey 8 10 ...... P Mathers 91
9 (6) 06L-2 HELLOMOTO (64)(P) K Ryan 8 6.....................J Haynes 90
10 (9) LLL-LL JUPITER ASCENDING (18)(T) M Appleby 8 2 R P Walsh (7) 85
LONG HANDICAP: Jupiter Ascending 7-5.
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Golconda Prince, 5 Mama Africa, 13-2
Hellomoto, 7 Finale, 15-2 Teqany, 16 others.
2016: Carbutt?s Ridge 8 5, A Mullen 7-2 (K Burke), drawn (5), 6 ran.
STARFORM: HELLOMOTO DANGER: Golconda Prince
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS Perfectly flat left-hand oval track of one mile
four furlongs with a home straight of about four and a half furlongs. High numbers best in sprints when the stalls are placed
on the far side. Stalls today Sprint Stands Side; 1m Centre;
Remainder Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 33 winners, (18.3%
strike rate), +�.55, M Appleby 30, (14.2%), -�00, J Gosden
23, (19.5%), -�00, R Hannon 21, (17.4%), -�.28.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) James Doyle 18 winners,
(20.0% strike rate), -�.96, A Atzeni 16, (17.0%), +�37.
HANDICAP
4.35 32RED
Class 4 6f (13 runners)
�175
1 (10) 22-02L RANTAN (14)(D,S) T D Barron 4 9 12
Rob Hornby 89
2 (2) 220200 LEXINGTON TIMES (13)(A,S) Mrs R Carr 5 9 11
J P Sullivan 81
3 (11) 360-0L ZAPPER CASS (29)(G) T Coyle 4 9 10
Josh Doyle (3) 86
4 (1) 420-23 TANASOQ (26)(D,G)(B*) Owen Burrows 4 9 9
A Atzeni?99
5 (7) -15041 ARTSCAPE (20)(D2,A,S) D Ivory 5 9 8
S Drowne 91
6 (8) -4L553 YEEOOW (29)(D6,A,G)(P) K Burke 8 9 8
C Lee (5) 90
7 (9) 52L50- CADEAUX BOXER (244) Martin Smith 4 9 7
J Fahy 82
8 (3) 011105 WHITECREST (10)(C,D3,A,G,S) J Spearing 9 9 6
Martin Harley 88
9 (13) 65531- ACE MASTER (330)(C,D4,A,G,S)(B) S Bowring 9 9 5
K Lundie (7) 90
10 (5) 06400- KOMMANDER KIRKUP (254)(D,G,S) M Herrington 6 9 5
D Sweeney 88
11 (12) 314-06 MAAKAASIB (19)(D,A)(E) S Crisford 3 9 4 T J Murphy 94
12 (6) 521-66 SFUMATO (31)(D,G) R Charlton 3 9 4
DOUBTFUL 94
13 (4) 513212 SOCIALITES RED (10)(CD2,G)(P) S Dixon 4 9 2
R P Walsh (7) 91
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Socialites Red, 4 Tanasoq, 9-2 Artscape, 15-2
Yeeoow, 10 Ace Master, 11 Lexington Times, 14 others.
2016: Escalating 4 9 13, A Mullen 2-1 Fav (M Appleby), drawn (5), 8 ran.
STARFORM: SOCIALITES RED DANGER: Artscape
HANDICAP
5.10 32RED.COM
Class 5 5f (8 runners)
�234
1
(6) 004L-3 SHACKLED N DRAWN (11)(CD,D2,A,G) P Hedger 5 9 7
K Shoemark (3) 97
2 (2) 140L-0 WILEY POST (31)(D2,G)(B) A Carroll 4 9 5 .. S Drowne 95
3 (1) 6L50-1 RAINBOW ORSE (37)(CD3,D,G,S)(P) R Cowell 5 9 4
A Atzeni?99
4 (3) 34-12L RAZIN? HELL (139)(D2,A,G)(V) J Balding 6 8 13
Martin Harley 95
5 (7) 121036 YOU?RE COOL (27)(D3,A) J Balding 5 8 13 .......Phil Dennis (5) 92
6 (4) 0-4L02 FLASH CITY (9)(CD,D4,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 9 8 12
J P Sullivan 95
7 (8) 516140 CROSSE FIRE (9)(D6,A,G) S Dixon 5 8 12 ..P Pilley (5) 94
8 (5) 4-1033 BONJOUR STEVE (23)(D2,A,G,S)(P) R J Price 6 8 11
Rob Hornby 95
Star Betting: ? 15-8 Rainbow Orse, 4 Bonjour Steve, 6 Shackled N
Drawn, Flash City, 13-2 Razin? Hell, 10 Crosse Fire, 14 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: RAINBOW ORSE DANGER: Flash City
5.45
1
32RED SERIES APPRENTICE HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 2f (9 runners)
�234
(4) 0-0411 MININGROCKS (19)(CD,D4,G,S) D Carroll 5 9 11
Ger O?Neill 97
2 (8) 0405- EASTERN LADY (371)(T*) R J Price 4 9 11
Toby Eley (3) 85
3 (9) 141535 CELTIC ARTISAN (10)(D2,A)(B,T) Rebecca Menzies 6 9 10
DOUBTFUL 92
4 (5) LL/LLL DEINONYCHUS (31)(A,G)(H) M Appleby 6 9 7
Jordan Uys 90
5 (1) L1L-60 KAFOO (10)(A)(P*) E Dunlop 4 9 5 ........Tristan Price (3) 92
6 (2) L6/4L0 TIN PAN ALLEY (9)(D2,G) D C Griffiths 9 9 2
Jason Watson (3) 95
7 (3) LL-0L3 SAGA SPRINT (23)(D,G) J R Jenkins 4 9 0
Gina Mangan (3) 91
8 (6) 020115 STREET ART (23)(BF,D2,A,G)(B,T) Mike Murphy 5 8 9
Milly Naseb?99
9 (7) 04600/ PANTOMIME (761) Lucinda Egerton 5 8 9 .......G Malune 80
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Miningrocks, 4 Street Art, 6 Saga Sprint, 13-2
Eastern Lady, 8 Kafoo, 20 Tin Pan Alley, 25 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MININGROCKS DANGER: Street Art
Duke Of Yorkshire
Kirbec
Mr Strutter
Grey Diamond
Dark Crystal
Casterbridge
Pennine Warrior
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT-GOOD IN PLACES
�,938
1 (7) 315066 TWIN APPEAL (12)(CD,D4,G,S)(B) T D Barron 6 9 8 ........ S De Sousa 90
2 (11) 1-3055 CHARLES MOLSON (24)(D,A,G,S) P Chamings 6 9 8 ..DOUBTFUL 83
3 (2) 0L-L24 ICE LORD (27)(G) C Wall 5 9 7........................ F M Berry 88
4 (6) 560-06 SCOTTISH GLEN (18)(D6,A,G,S) P Chamings 11 9 7
H Crouch (3) 88
5 (5) 316-3 ULTIMATE AVENUE (75)(BF,D,G)(T*) Ed Walker 3 9 5
DOUBTFUL 95
6 (10) 0-L440 SHADY MCCOY (12)(D4,G,S)(H*) I Williams 7 9 5 ......... W Buick 96
7 (4) 2L0610 SUPERSTA (76)(D2,A,G)(H,P) M Appleby 6 9 5 ........Oisin Murphy 85
8 (1) 102-20 MAKZEEM (35)(BF,G) R Charlton 4 9 5 ........ R L Moore?99
9 (8) 500303 PROFESSOR (18)(D2,G,S) M Attwater 7 9 2......... S Levey 87
10 (3)
1-12 KHAMAARY (12)(BF,G,S) M Johnston 3 8 13........J Crowley 97
11 (9) -45630 BALLYMORE CASTLE (13)(S)(P) R Fahey 5 8 10
Connor Murtagh (7) 82
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Khamaary, 13-2 Professor, 7 Ice Lord, 10 Twin
Appeal, Makzeem, Supersta, 14 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: KHAMAARY DANGER: Makzeem
STAR TIP
6.00
6.30
7.00
7.35
8.10
8.40
9.10
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
6.00
AMATEUR RIDERS? HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 5f (11 runners)
�743
1
(9) 10-L23 DUKE OF YORKSHIRE (14)(A,G)(P) T Easterby 7 11 0
Miss E Easterby (3)?99
2 (10) 11-333 CANNY STYLE (40)(C,G,S) K Ryan 4 10 12 .......Miss Jo Mason 92
3 (4) 30/163 MISHKO (21)(D,A) S Gollings 6 10 11 ........ Mr S Walker 96
4 (7) 6L4032 SPIRITOFTOMINTOUL (18)(A)(T) A Carroll 8 10 8 .Mr G Gilbertson (7) 85
5 (3) 00-113 TONTO?S SPIRIT (8)(BF,D,G,S)(H) Kenneth Slack 5 10 5
Miss E Sayer 93
6 (11)
0041 DONNACHIES GIRL (8)(C,G) A Whillans 4 10 4 Mr Ryan Nichol (3) 91
7 (6) -240L0 FILLYDELPHIA (7)(S)(H) P Holmes 6 9 12 .Miss A McCain (5) 80
8 (8) 05-206 SCHMOOZE (8)(C2,A,G) Miss L Perratt 8 9 10 ..........Mrs C Bartley 86
9 (5) 300-L0 RIPONIAN (24)(C,G,S)(T) S Corbett 7 9 10......... Miss C Walton 86
10 (1) 66-5L0 CELTIC POWER (8)(C,G)(V) J Goldie 5 9 10 .......Miss R Hill (5) 86
11 (2) 5004L- COUGAR KID (J32)(BF)(P) J G O?Shea 6 9 9 ........ Brodie Hampson 84
LONG HANDICAP: Cougar Kid 9-4.
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Tonto?s Spirit, 9-2 Donnachies Girl, 6 Duke Of
Yorkshire, Mishko, 7 Canny Style, 8 Spiritoftomintoul, 16 others.
2016: Lara Carbonara 4 10 12, Mr L McGuinness(3) 11-4 (J P
Shanahan), drawn (5), 8 ran.
STARFORM: TONTO?S SPIRIT DANGER: Donnachies Girl
STAKES (PLUS 10)
6.30 MAIDEN
Class 4 2YO 6f (5 runners)
�175
1 (4)
ARCH GOLD M Johnston 9 5.............................J Fanning 95
2 (1)
3 HERE IN THE DARK (17) K Dalgleish 9 5 .............G Lee 97
3 (5)
03 QUAYSIDE (19) R Fahey 9 5............................ J Garritty?99
4 (3)
5 SAVALAS (43) K Ryan 9 5................................... T Eaves 85
5 (2)
03 KIRBEC (21) K Dalgleish 9 0...............................A Mullen 93
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Kirbec, 3 Quayside, 7-2 Here In The Dark, 4
Savalas, 7 Arch Gold.
2016: Montataire 9 5, J Fanning 6-4 (M Johnston), drawn (1), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SAVALAS DANGER: Quayside
GROUP SELLING HANDICAP
7.00 EXSEL
Class 6 5f (15 runners)
�234
1 (13) 5-L334 BUNCE (17)(C,D4,G,S) Miss L Perratt 9 9 10.........G Lee 86
2 (10) 04-034 YPRES (7)(D2,A,G)(P) J Ward 8 9 7 ...............J Fanning 89
3 (4) 00-505 PERFECT WORDS (22)(D5,A,G,S)(P) Mrs M Fife 7 9 7 B McHugh 91
4 (6) 461102 MR STRUTTER (5)(D,G)(H) J J Quinn 3 9 6 ........ Josh Quinn (7)?99
5 (12) -136L3 HOT STUFF (35)(D,A)(P) A Carroll 4 9 6 .........A Mullen 90
6 (8) 064026 MISU MONEYPENNY (15)(D2,A)(P) S Dixon 4 9 5 .........B A Curtis 88
7 (9) 0600-L KING OF CASTILLA (5)(D,A)(P) C Teague 3 8 13 ....... K Stott 84
8 (2) 330244 LIZZY?S DREAM (10)(D4,A,G) Rebecca Bastiman 9 8 11
DOUBTFUL 83
9 (1) 033000 LOUIS VEE (3)(D3,A,S)(B) J G O?Shea 9 8 10 ........J Vaughan (3) 86
10 (7) /056-0 RED SHADOW (24)(A)(V) A Whillans 8 8 10 .......R Scott (5) 83
11 (5) 6L0-LL SUNRISE DANCE (15)(D3,A,G)(T) Kenny Johnson 8 8 10.J Garritty 83
12 (3) L0LL-L KYLLA (30)(B*) S A Harris 4 8 10....................... T Eaves 83
13 (15) RLL00 WEE JOCK (40) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 8 4 ....... R Ffrench 89
14 (11) L-0L00 MISS PEPPER (18)(H) P Midgley 3 8 4......... Sammy Jo Bell (3) 84
15 (14) L-L0L0 WARLEGGAN (24)(B) Miss L Perratt 3 8 4 ..Rachel Richardson (3) 81
Star Betting: ? 4 Mr Strutter, 11-2 Misu Moneypenny, 6 Bunce, 7 Wee
Jock, Perfect Words, 8 Ypres, Hot Stuff, 12 Miss Pepper, 14 others.
2016: Whispering Soul 3 8 9, P J McDonald 3-1 Fav (Mrs A Duffield),
drawn (11), 12 ran.
STARFORM: BUNCE DANGER: Mr Strutter
BLOODSTOCK MAIDEN STAKES
7.35 THISTLE
Class 5 1m 1f (11 runners)
�881
1 (11)
WEE BOGUS (J44) A Whillans 4 10 0 ...........R Scott (5) 69
2 (6)
L4- CLARABEL (283) J Weymes 4 9 9.....................A Mullen 76
3 (8)
GREY DIAMOND M Johnston 3 9 3 ..................J Fanning?99
4 (1)
PRECIOUS ROCK J O?Keeffe 3 9 3.................. J Garritty 80
5 (9)
5 RED STAR DANCER (24) Miss L Perratt 3 9 3 .......K Stott 73
6 (4) 032-03 SOMNAMBULIST (53)(H) K Dalgleish 3 9 3 ..........G Lee 96
7 (2) -00220 TREAD LIGHTLY (14) T Easterby 3 9 3 ..............D Allan 89
8 (5)
35 UNITE THE CLANS (50) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 9 3
R Ffrench 96
9 (10) 345-00 USED TO BE (15) K Burke 3 9 3 ..................... B A Curtis 92
10 (3)
LL PALACE BALL (10) W Coltherd 3 8 12 .............. T Eaves 75
11 (7) 2-3540 SET IN STONE (33) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 8 12 .......T O?Shea 94
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Set In Stone, 10-3 Somnambulist, 5 Tread
Lightly, 6 Grey Diamond, Unite The Clans, 7 Used To Be, 16 others.
2016: Parliamentarian 3 9 3, P Makin 4-6 Fav (C Appleby), drawn (1), 6 ran.
STARFORM: GREY DIAMOND DANGER: Somnambulist
FILLIES? HANDICAP
8.10 EBF
Class 4 1m (10 runners)
�470
(7) 00-566 MISS VAN GOGH (23)(BF,D4,S) R Fahey 5 10 0....... J Garritty 92
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Burrow and Brett Ferres both need operations.
Brett Delaney, Jimmy Keinhorst and Ash Golding are also
injured, while Danny McGuire
and Jamie Jones-Buchanan ? by JULIE STOTT
are suspended.
It leaves fourth-placed Leeds next six weeks. McDermott
light of big-name troops for said:
?He
is
extremely
tonight?s vital Super League disappointed and we lose a
clash with St Helens.
great player and we lose a lot
But McDermott says it?s of cover as well.
time the fringe players
?But it could be a worse time
showed they are ready to of the year, it could be the final
take over the responsibility.
six weeks of the season.
He said: ?We are stretched a
?We also lose Brett Ferres,
bit in the halves, centres and who is having an operation to
full-backs. It is going to be a clear out a knee, for four
test for the squad but we are weeks.?
up for it.
Finish
?Our squad got tested
Leeds have four games of the
numerous times last year and
regular season remaining
our fringe players came in.?
Burrow needs a plate to be before the Super 8s split.
They need a top-four spot to
removed from his shoulder,
which will rule him out for the guarantee four home games,
rather than three, in the race
for the Grand Final.
But Wakefield, who play
struggling Warrington on
Saturday, are breathing down
their necks two points behind.
hand him his debut
Saints sit sixth, five points
against Leeds tonight.
off Leeds and Salford, and
Their appeal was a
coach Justin Holbrook hopes
controversial move, with
his players can kick on from
critics claiming Saints
with JULIE STOTT
their last-gasp 25-24 win over
were putting their own
their case to an
the Red Devils.
interests ahead of an
independent tribunal.
He said: ?It was a fantastic
anti-drugs message.
That hearing last night
finish and I told the players
Cronulla sacked
ruled in favour of the
to enjoy it as in years to come
Barba after he was
ban being enforced over
people will remember it.
banned. He then
here, meaning Barba
?It was ?never write off the
switched codes to
cannot play until August.
Saints? and that is something
union, where his ban
Saints, who signed
that is spoken about all the
cannot be imposed.
him in May on a deal
time here.?
He joined Toulon in
until 2019, have already
Mark Percival serves a oneFrance at the end of
played five games since
match ban and is replaced by
January but failed to
then and had hoped to
Ryan Morgan.
make an impression.
Ben loses ban appeal
BEN BARBA and St
Helens have lost their
appeal against his
12-match drugs ban.
The full-back, 28, was
banned after testing
positive for cocaine
following Cronulla
Sharks? NRL titlewinning celebrations.
The RFL had insisted
the ban ? imposed by
the NRL ? must be
upheld in this country.
But Saints claimed
it should not apply
outside the southern
hemisphere and took
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RUGBY UNION: LIONS TOUR
GAT?S BIG
GAMBLE
Farrell and Sexton ready to
deliver series-levelling win
THE Lions will roll the dice
on a Johnny Sexton-Owen
Farrell midfield dream team
keeping the series alive
against the All Blacks on
Saturday.
?
WE CAN KICK ON:
Owen Farrell will
need to be accurate with
the boot to give coach
Warren Gatland (inset) a
chance to level the series
The pair, who have yet to start a game
together on tour, were named in tandem
by Warren Gatland overnight for the
do-or-die showdown at the Westpac Stadium.
Sexton comes in at
stand-off with Farrell
moving to centre to
replace Ben Te?o, in
what represents a
dramatic change of
approach.
Gatland has made two other changes
to the starting line-up from last weekend?s 30-15 defeat, with tour captain Sam
Warburton recalled and Maro Itoje
promoted to start his first Test for the
Lions. Like Sexton, both were used off
the bench last week.
At 22, Itoje will become the youngest
starting Test second-row for the Lions
since Willie John McBride in 1962.
They come in for Peter O?Mahony, who
led the side in Warburton?s absence
at Eden Park, and George Kruis.
Gatland said: ?The players have
been incredibly focused about
what a challenge it is to play the
All Blacks here on Saturday.
The emotion and physicality
the All Blacks brought last Saturday... we have to match that.
?It was a big step up in terms
of the intensity and pressure.
Our guys will have learned a lot
from the experience.?
While the two changes up front
were widely expected, the SextonFarrell double act is a surprise.
Gatland insisted ahead of the tour
that he regarded Farrell as a No.10
rather than a No.12, where he plays
for England, and had stuck with that
opinion in all his previous selections
in New Zealand. Farrell earned the
? from PETE SAMSON in Wellington
right to wear his favoured No.10 jersey
in the first Test after outplaying Sexton
early on in the tour.
But after the Saracen failed to hit
the heights last week, the Lions coach
has decided on a rethink.
The Sexton-Farrell axis gives the
Lions a second playmaker and
also allows them to
retain
Farrell?s
world-class
goalkicking in
their starting
line-up.
It is not without
cost, though, as Te?o
has beaten more
defenders than any
other Lion on the tour
and offers a more robust
threat at inside centre.
? from PETE SAMSON
series. That means the job is far from
done.
?It is going to require us to take our
game to a higher level. It?s going to be
very demanding, physically and
mentally, on both sides.
?We are aware the Lions have their
backs to the wall and will chuck
everything at us to keep themselves
alive in the series. They are a quality
side who we respect immensely.
?In reality, last week?s Test could
have gone either way had they taken
more of their chances.?
Full-back Ben Smith (right), who
? ATHLETICS
FORMER European
400m hurdles champion
Rhys Williams has called
time on his career at 33.
Williams, who won
European gold in 2012,
had hoped to compete
at the Commonwealth
Games on Australia?s
Gold Coast next year.
But the Welshman has
seen that bid ended by
an Achilles injury.
Williams said: ?Injury
has prematurely ended
my hopes of competing
one last time.?
Tonya is a
title Threat
? UFC
TONYA EVINGER will
get a shot at the vacant
featherweight title at
UFC 214 in California on
July 29 after Megan
Anderson dropped out
due to personal reasons.
The Invicta bantamweight champion will
face hot favourite Cris
?Cyborg? Justino.
?This is something I
have thought about
doing ? going up to
145lbs ? just to get
more competition,? said
?Triple Threat? Evinger.
Backlash
Gatland?s hope must be that Farrell will not have two moderate
games in a row and that, in tandem with another ferocious Test
match warrior in Sexton, he will
drag the Lions to an against-theodds win to level the series.
It is edge-of-the-cliff time in
Wellington and New Zealand are
preparing accordingly.
?We need to expect a backlash from
the Lions at the weekend,? said All
Blacks flanker Jerome Kaino.
New Zealand assistant coach Ian
Foster said: ?Each team will have
learned a lot from each other last week
and there?s a real sense of who?s going
to be the best learner when you go into
the second Test.
?We know that it?s going to be a massively physical Test ? they always are
between us and them ? but it?s who
learns the most from what happened
last week.
?We have got to figure out what they
will change from last week and they
have got to do the same for us.?
HANSEN: FINISH THE JOB
STEVE HANSEN reckons New Zealand
will need to scale new heights to kill
off the British Lions.
The All Blacks will secure an
unassailable 2-0 series lead if they
triumph at Wellington?s Westpac
Stadium in Saturday?s second Test.
Hansen?s men earned a convincing
30-15 victory in Auckland.
But Hansen ? who last night
announced a team showing two
enforced changes from the Eden Park
clash ? warned that their job was far
from over.
He said: ?While we were happy with
the win last weekend, we know that it
was just a start in what is a three-Test
No final lap
for Williams
suffered concussion and went off in
the first half last weekend, is out along
with centre Ryan Crotty (hamstring).
Israel Dagg moves from the wing to
replace Smith, with Waisake Naholo
wearing the No.14 shirt.
Anton Lienert-Brown takes over
from Crotty to partner Sonny Bill
Williams in midfield.
One switch on the bench sees
uncapped Ngani Laumape
featuring among the back division
replacements.
Laumape scored a try for the
Hurricanes in a thrilling 31-31 draw
with the Lions on Tuesday to win a
promotion to the Test squad.
?
SAFE HANDS:
Johnny Sexton
will be out to
inspire the Lions to
CHANGE: Saunders
Saunders?
big switch
? BOXING
BILLY JOE SAUNDERS
has teamed up with
trainer Dominic Ingle
after splitting with
Adam Booth.
The WBO middleweight
champion did not have
a fight under Booth after
they joined forces in
January but the pair
have parted amicably.
Saunders feels he
needs to be away from
his Hatfield home for
training camps and will
now base himself in
Sheffield.
WELLINGTON
LINE-UPS
ALL BLACKS:
Dagg; Naholo,
Lienert-Brown,
Williams, Ioane,
B Barrett, Smith;
Moody, Taylor, Franks,
Retallick, Whitelock,
Kaino, Cane, Read
(capt).
LIONS (probable):
Williams; Watson,
Davies, Farrell, Daly;
Sexton, Murray;
Vunipola, George,
Furlong, Jones, Itoje,
Warburton (capt),
O?Brien, Faletau.
Who scored both goals
for Scotland in the home
2018 World Cup qualifier
against England?
Which homegrown
player knocked holder
Garbine Muguruza out of
2017 French Open singles
tennis championship?
Who hit an unbeaten
131 for Somerset
against Sussex in Hove
in the 2017 Royal London
One-Day Cup?
Which rider won the
2017 Moto2 Series
Italian GP?
Who beat Gloucester to
win the 2017 European
Rugby Challenge Cup Final?
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
TENNIS
MURRAY TOP
OF THE TREE
Andy?s No.1 seed
for Wimbledon tilt
? by IAIN STEWART
ANDY MURRAY has been
named top seed at Wimbledon
for the first time ahead of the
defence of his crown.
And Johanna Konta is ranked sixth ? the
highest for a British woman since Virginia
Wade was seeded fifth in 1979.
World No.1 Murray leads a top four
of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and
Rafa Nadal.
It is the first time the ?big four? of
men?s tennis have been the top four seeds
at a Grand Slam since Wimbledon 2014.
But it also means the quartet will be
kept apart until the semi-finals.
Two-time winner Murray pulled out of
his scheduled warm-up match at the
Hurlingham Club earlier this week with
a hip injury but still plans to play an
as-yet-unnamed opponent tomorrow.
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When is football going
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stoppages? Hunt
Am I the only one who
thinks Andy Murray is
the most unworthy world no.1
ever? The Salford rocket
?
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JO FOR IT:
Johanna
Konta on her way
to victory over
Romania?s Sorana
Cirstea yesterday
and (inset) Andy
Murray
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WILLIS CLOSES IN
MARCUS WILLIS took a step closer to
a Wimbledon return after winning his
all-British qualifying battle with Liam
Broady.
Willis must now beat Ukrainian Illya
Marchenko to enter the main draw.
Ranked 374 in the world, and 10
places higher than Broady, Willis
came through 7-6 6-7 6-2 in last
night?s penultimate qualifying round
at Roehampton.
Willis (left), 26, memorably faced
Roger Federer on Centre Court in the
second round at the All England Club
last year and will be dreaming of a
repeat.
Alex Ward and Jay Clarke were
? by IAIN STEWART
the other British winners on day three of
qualifying yesterday.
It is the first time since 1999 that three
British men have reached the final round
of Wimbledon qualifying, with prize money
of at least �,000 guaranteed for those
who progress.
In the women?s singles, Katy Dunne beat
Serbia?s Irina Jorovic 7-5 7-5 to reach the
second round.
Dunne, ranked 286th, will now take on
Belgian second seed Alison van Uytvanck.
But Harriet Dart, Maia Lumsden,
Gabriella Taylor, Freya Christie and Eden
Silva were all beaten.
N
S
IP
THE
C
Focus
Serb Djokovic, playing in his first
pre-Wimbledon grass-court tournament
for seven years, beat Vasek Pospisil
6-4 6-3 yesterday to reach the third round
at Eastbourne. He will now face American
Donald Young after his victory over Jarden
Donaldson.
Djokovic has not played since his French
Open quarter-final defeat earlier this
month but said: ?I will keep going.
Wimbledon is just around the corner but
all my focus is now on this week.?
He will be taking a keen interest in the
SW19 draw, which will be held tomorrow
ahead of Monday?s first round.
In the women?s draw, German
Angelique Kerber is the top seed as she
looks to go one better than last year?s
final defeat to Serena Williams.
With 23-time Grand Slam champion
Williams absent as she awaits the birth of
her first child, Konta will certainly fancy
her chances.
After losing the final of
the Nottingham Open to
Donna Vekic earlier this
month, Konta is searching
for her first grass title on
home soil.
But she warmed up with
a composed 6-2 6-2 win over
Romanian Sorana Cirstea
in the second round at
Eastbourne yesterday.
Konta last met Cirstea in
an ill-tempered Fed Cup
singles match in April,
where she was reduced
to tears by abuse from
Romania
captain
Ilie
Nastase.
Elsewhere, compatriot
Laura Robson suffered
a 6-4 2-6 6-4 defeat
to Russia?s Ekaterina
Alexandrova in the first
round of the Aegon
Southsea Trophy.
TEXT
BLEDO
WIMBLEDON
SEEDINGS
MEN?S TOP 8
1 Andy Murray (GB)
2 Novak Djokovic (Ser)
3 Roger Federer (Swi)
4 Rafa Nadal (Spa)
5 Stan Wawrinka (Swi)
6 Milos Raonic (Can)
7 Marin Cilic (Cro)
8 Dominic Thiem (Aut)
WOMEN?S TOP 8
1 Angelique Kerber (Ger)
2 Simona Halep (Rom)
3 Karolina Pliskova (Cze)
4 Elina Svitolina (Ukr)
5 Caroline Wozniacki (Den)
6 Johanna Konta (GB)
7 Svetlana Kuznetsova (Rus)
8 Dominika Cibulkova (Svk)
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unusual manner prior to
the first collision. The FIA
will meet on Monday to decide if they need to take
further action against the
championship leader.
He could be fined, penalised with a grid drop, or
even banned from the next
race, in Spielberg on
Sunday week.
Vettel was given three
points on his F1 licence on
Sunday night, taking his
tally to nine.
If the Ferrari driver gets
three more at the Austrian
race he will automatically
miss Hamilton?s home race
at Silverstone.
Vettel was warned by the
FIA over his future conduct
in October after he told race
director Charlie Whiting to
?f*** off? during a radio
transmission.
Asked if Vettel?s behaviour suggested his rival was
showing signs of mental
weakness, Hamilton ? 14
points behind in the championship race ? said: ?That?s
been kind of obvious for
some time.
?You look at last year and
some of the things he?s
come and said on the radio.
We know how he can be.
?We?ve put a lot of pressure on Ferrari. He?s under
pressure and that?s not a
bad thing. That shows that
pressure can get to even
some of the best of us.?
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
SERIOUSLY
football
CHAMPIONSHIP
WEAR NOW
FOR
CATS?
?
DOWN AND OUT:
Sunderland
striker Jermain Defoe
after relegation was
confirmed in April
Once proud club
at rock bottom
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INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
(Rus) bt V Cepede Royg (Par) 6-3
6-3, K Mladenovic (Fra) bt S Zhang
(Chn) 6-0 6-4, A Kerber (Ger) bt K
Pliskova (Cze) 4-6 6-1 7-5, B Strycova
Portugal (0)................0 Chile (0).....................0 (Cze) bt G Muguruza (Spa) 6-1 6-0, S
Peng (Chn) bt T Bacsinszky (Swi) 7-6
(Chile won 3-0 on penalties)
2-6 6-4, C Wozniacki (Den) bt N Osaka
(Kazan, Russia)
UEFA Champions League 1st (Jpn) 6-2 7-6.
TODAY?S DIARY
qualifying rd, 1st leg: Linfield 1 La
Fiorita 0.
FOOTBALL
Friendly: BW Linz 0 Celtic 1.
(7.45pm unless stated)
FIFA Confederations Cup
semi-final
CRICKET
Specsavers County Championship
Division One (day 3 of 4) ? Headingley:
Surrey 516-7dec (Sangakkara 180no,
Burns 90, Roy 87) v Yorks 27-1. No play
yesterday ? rain. The Rose Bowl:
Hants 211-9dec v Somerset 135-8.
Chelmsford: Middlesex 246 (Stirling
77, Harmer 5-77) & 27-0 v Essex 542-3
(Browne 221, Cook 193, Chopra 100no).
Edgbaston: Lancs 273 (Chanderpaul
117no) & 178-4 (Davies 79) v Warks
321 (Umeed 113, Trott 56, Patel 50).
Division Two (day 3 of 4) ? Chesterle-Street: Durham 197 v Worcs 367
(D?Oliveira 122, Wood 5-54). No play
yesterday ? rain. Cardiff: Derbys 237 &
160 v Glamorgan 237 & 0-1.
Northampton: Northants 261 (Duckett
112, Holden 92) & 289-7 (Wakely 112,
Keogh 105no) v Leics 157 & 44-0. Trent
Bridge: Kent 180 (Bell-Drummond
84no) & 214-7 v Notts 371 (Mullaney
168). Hove: Sussex 358-9dec (Wright
118) v Gloucs 150-1 (Bancroft 69no).
Ongoing matches resume today at 2pm
ICC Women?s World Cup group
stage ? Derby: New Zealand v South
Africa. Abandoned due to rain.
SPEEDWAY
FIFA Confederations Cup
semi-final
Germany v Mexico (Sochi, Russia, 7pm) .........
UEFA Europa League
1st qualifying rd, 1st leg
Rangers v Progres Niederkorn..........................
St Johnstone v Trakai ........................................
Selected others: Bala v Vaduz (7pm),
Crusaders v FK Liepaja, FC Midtjylland
v Derry City (7pm), Gap Connah?s Quay
v HJK (7pm), Haugesund v Coleraine
(6pm), Levadia Tallinn v Cork City
(4.30pm), Lyngby v Bangor (5.30pm),
Odd v Ballymena (6pm), Stjarnan v
Shamrock Rovers (8.15pm).
CRICKET
Tour Match (day 1 of 3) ? Worcester:
England Lions v South Africa (11am).
ICC Women?s World Cup group
stage ? Bristol: Australia v Sri Lanka .
Taunton: India v West Indies (both
10.30am).
GOLF
European Tour ? French Open
(Paris).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League
SGB Premiership: Belle Vue P Leeds v St Helens (8pm). ...................................
King?s Lynn P.
SPEEDWAY
National League KO Cup quarterSGB Premiership: Swindon v
final, 1st leg: Birmingham 43 Wolverhampton.
Plymouth 47.
SGB Championship: Sheffield v
Redcar (both 7.30pm).
TENNIS
National League KO Cup quarterWimbledon qualifying (Roehampton)
? men?s 2nd rd (selected): M Willis final, 2nd leg: Plymouth v Birmingham
(7.15pm).
(Gbr) bt L Broady (Gbr) 7-6 6-7 6-2.
ATP & WTA Aegon International
YESTERDAY?S SPORTWORD
(Eastbourne) ? men?s 2nd rd: ACROSS: 1 Karlsson; 6 Magne; 7
N Djokovic (Ser) bt V Pospisil (Can) 6-4 Blanc; 9 Bill; 10 Betham; 12 Umpire; 14
6-3, D Young (US) bt J Donaldson (US) Spar; 17 Tupou; 18 Aston; 19 Schonert.
6-4 7-5.
DOWN: 2 Angel; 3 Loeb; 4 Sibley; 5
Women?s 2nd rd: J Konta (Gbr) bt Neath; 6 Mabbutt; 8 Cameron; 11
S Cirstea (Rom) 6-2 6-2, S Halep Crouch; 13 Papps; 15 Peter; 16 Kahn.
(Rom) bt Y Duan (Chn) 3-6 6-3 6-2,
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
T Pironkova (Bul) bt M Niculescu 1 Leigh Griffiths, 2 Kristina Mladenovic,
(Rom) 6-0 6-4, S Kuznetsova (Rus) bt M 3 Dean Elgar, 4 Mattia Pasini, 5 Stade
Barthel (Ger) 4-6 7-5 6-2, E Vesnina Francais.
�2M
WON SO FAR
SUNDERLAND were once
known as the Bank of
England club ? strong,
stable and with financial
clout to buy any player.
?
LOST CAUSE:
David Moyes and
(left) owner Ellis Short
Limbo
The only positive on the horizon
is an end to the reign of Ellis Short,
the US financier who has ploughed
in nearly �0m since taking sole
charge almost 10 years ago.
A German-based consortium is
set to seal a �0m takeover in the
next few days which will bring
some much-needed stability.
Until then, Sunderland will
remain in limbo, unable to appoint
a successor to Moyes.
Derek McInnes left the Black Cats
red faced by turning them down,
preferring to stay with Aberdeen.
Jurgen Klinsmann and Nigel
Pearson ruled themselves out,
while Garry Monk joined Middlesbrough, who look a much safer bet
to bounce straight back after
?
LEEDS? Elland Road
stadium is under
club ownership for the
first time in 13 years
after Andrea Radrizzani
completed a deal to
purchase the ground.
WOLVES are
closing in on �
Scottish defender
Barry Douglas from
the Turkish club,
Konyaspor.
BIRMINGHAM have
confirmed Kevin
Bond as manager Harry
Redknapp?s No.2.
WATFORD
defender Craig
Cathcart has signed a
new four-year deal.
IPSWICH have
signed Cardiff
midfielder Emyr Huws
on a permanent basis
following a loan spell.
NEW Peterborough striker Ricky
Miller will miss the
first six games of next
season after being
banned by the FA for
biting while playing
for former side Dover.
SUNDERLAND
striker Fabio
Borini has joined
AC Milan for �3m.
MIDDLESBROUGH
forward Viktor
Fischer has joined
Mainz after one season
at the Riverside.
?
? by JASON MELLOR
That was 70 years ago when banks
carried respect, and look what happened to them. And look what is
happening on Wearside.
The six-time champions are in
turmoil as the squad returns for
pre-season training today.
No manager, a wantaway owner,
debts up to their eyeballs and
morale lower than last season?s
points tally when the hapless David
Moyes failed to prevent the drop.
Right now, fans will be happy to
avoid a drop into the third tier for
only the second time in the club?s
138-year history.
SOCCER
LINES
45
relegation. Kevin Phillips, the
club?s record post-war goalscorer,
resisted the clamour from Sunderland fans to put himself forward to
succeed Moyes.
?I didn?t chuck my name in the
hat,? said the 43-year-old Derby
No.2. ?It is just natural for me to be
linked because of my affiliation
with the club.
?It worries me when Derek
McInnes has turned the job down
? there is something going on
behind the scenes there.
?Who knows what is happening
until the takeover happens? Until
then, I can understand why people
are distancing themselves.
?Any prospective manager going
in will want some money to change
things, it is as simple as that. You
need money to spend.?
The German consortium are said
to favour Union Berlin boss Jens
Keller. Whoever they opt for, his
appointment needs to be confirmed
as soon as possible.
In the meantime, first-team coach
Robbie Stockdale will take the
squad for training with the season
opener at home to Derby just over
five weeks away.
Sunderland yesterday announced
a friendly against Celtic at the end
of July to celebrate 20 years at the
Stadium of Light.
The clubs share the same sponsor, and the Black Cats will face
Brendan
Rodgers?
Scottish
champions for the Dafabet Cup.
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Chile hero Bravo
CLAUDIO BRAVO was Chile?s
penalty shoot-out hero to book a
Confederations Cup Final spot.
The Manchester City keeper (left)
put his club woes behind him to
star for his country, making three
saves out of three to KO Portugal.
Bravo denied Ricardo Quaresma,
Joao Moutinho and Nani as the
South Americans progressed,
winning 3-0 on penalties, into
Sunday?s final in St Petersburg.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who did not
take a spot-kick, had gone close
during the goalless draw in
normal time. A drab game burst
into life in extra-time when Chile
**
? by TIM GRAY
should have been given a penalty.
Francisco Silva was clearly
tripped by Jose Fonte. Referee
Alireza Faghani could have used
VAR, the video assistant referee,
but waved away Chile appeals.
Moments later, Chile?s Arturo
Vidal hit the post and Martin
Rodriguez rattled the rebound
against the crossbar.
It mattered little as Chile, thanks
to captain Bravo?s heroics,
celebrated their shoot-out success.
They will take on Germany or
Mexico, who meet tonight.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
SAINT ROD
IN THE BAG
FOR PULIS
WEST BROM are closing
in on a �m deal for
Southampton striker Jay
Rodriguez.
Albion boss Tony Pulis
looks set to land the
27-year-old England
international a year after
making his first bid.
Rodriguez (below) is
likely to become the
Baggies? first summer
signing once the club
have completed the final
details.
Pulis wanted to
sign the former
Burnley man
on loan last
summer, only
for the Saints
to pull the
plug late on.
West Brom
failed in another
bid to sign him on
loan in January, but it
looks like a case of third
time lucky for Pulis.
The Baggies boss also
wants a centre-back,
with Middlesbrough?s
Ben Gibson one of his
top targets.
But he is likely to face
stiff competition for the
England hopeful, who
looks set to leave the
Riverside following
Boro?s relegation.
West Brom are also
targeting midfield
reinforcements after
losing captain Darren
?
by STEVE MADELEY
and ALEX CROOK
Fletcher to Stoke on a
free transfer.
Saints may be happy to
lose Rodriguez but they
are determined to hang
on to Chelsea target
Virgil van Dijk.
Blues boss Antonio
Conte is lining up a �m
swoop for centre-back
Van Dijk. But Saints vice
chairman Les Reed
insists none of
the south coast
side?s top stars
will be leaving
St Mary?s.
He said:
?None of
those players
are for sale. I
can?t make it any
plainer than that.
?That?s the way we
mean to go forward. We
built this squad over
some time. We think
we?ve got a strong squad.
?There may be players
that go if it?s the right
thing for them and the
club at the given time
?We don?t expect that to
be wholesale. It?s simply
doing sound business in
the transfer window.?
Manchester City are
chasing Ryan Bertrand,
while Cedric Soares is
being targeted by
Barcelona and Juventus.
Terry?s Villa job
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secret of his desire to be a manager. At the end of
last season he said: ?I do want to be a manager.
?I think I?ve got much to give and I?ve learned too
much not to pass that on, whether that?s initially to a
younger generation or eventually at this level
(Chelsea).
?This is the target ? being here, and managing a
top side.?
Terry has also had offers after attracting interest
from West Brom, Bournemouth and Swansea.
But the chance to help take a club the size of Villa
back to the top flight and eventually become the
man to try and make them a major force once again
appeals to Terry.
Should Bruce?s powers of persuasion prove
successful, Terry?s arrival at Villa Park could be
confirmed as early as Saturday.
SCOTT: I?VE
HAD MY LOT
FORMER England star
Scott Parker has
announced his retirement. The 36-year-old
began his career at
Charlton, before playing
for Chelsea, Newcastle,
West Ham, Tottenham,
and most recently
Fulham.
He was
capped by
England 18
times in a
career which
spanned two
decades.
Parker (right)
was named the
Football Writers?
Player of the Year in 2011
during his four-season
spell at West Ham.
He said: ?The decision
to retire has not been an
easy one for me but
? by SCOTT COLEMAN
having thought long and
hard over it, and having
discussed it with those
closest to me, I believe
that now is the right time
to move on to the next
chapter in my life
and career.
?When I
started my
career at
Charlton all
those years
ago, I could
only have
dreamt at that
time just what was
to follow over the next
two decades.
?I feel incredibly
honoured and proud to
have enjoyed the career
that I have and I?ve loved
every moment of it.?
SERIOUSLY
football
SPOT OF BOTHER AS ENGLAND
WHY WE?RE
Losing shoot-out
was painfully
predictable
Kids give
Nat a lift
From Back Page
and I know this experience
will make him stronger as a
person and as a footballer.
He?ll grow from this.?
Everton keeper Jordan
Pickford, who saved Yannick
Gerhardt?s penalty, said:
?He?s an experienced lad,
he?ll move on and get better.
?There is a lot of support
there for him. He?s
disappointed and
on another
day he?ll
says PAUL PARKER
? from PAUL BROWN in Krakow
ENGLAND have never recovered
from the trauma of losing on
penalties to West Germany at
Italia 90.
score. But
he?ll get better
from that experience.?
Leicester winger Demarai
Gray, who scored one of
England?s goals as the game
ended 2-2 after extra-time,
admits Redmond is usually
the one consoling others.
Gray said: ?He?s one of the
leaders in the group and it?s
unfortunate, it being his last
tournament, to end like that.
?He has been great in the
changing room and
sometimes when you need a
bit of waking up he?ll be the
one to get you back
together.?
Redmond last night issued
an apology, saying: ?Gutted
to have lost on pens. Sorry.
?I?ll continue to keep
learning from these
experiences and try
to improve as a
player every day
as usual.
?There is work
to do.?
That?s the view of former Manchester United
and England full-back Paul Parker, who was in
the team that lost a World Cup semi-final
shoot-out to the Germans 27 years ago next
Tuesday.
Aidy Boothroyd?s Under-21s crashed out of
their Euro 2017 semi-final against the same
opponents in Tychy on Tuesday after yet more
penalty woe.
This time it was Nathan Redmond and
Tammy Abraham who failed from the spot,
both players watching in horror as their kicks
were saved by Julian Pollersbeck.
But Parker claims we are no closer to
conquering our fear of spot-kicks than we
were when Chris Waddle and Stuart Pearce
missed in Turin, a nightmare which has
sparked a series of failures from the spot in
major tournaments.
Horror
?
MISS: Nathan
Redmond fluffs
his spot-kick as
England Under-21s
lose the shoot-out
to Germany
Pickford
has Hart
set on
Russia
JORDAN PICKFORD aims to put
his Under-21 heartbreak behind
him by forcing his way into the
senior England team.
Everton?s �m capture from
Sunderland was a shining light
for the Young Lions in Poland,
saving a penalty in the opener
against Sweden and another in
the semi-final shoot-out loss to
Germany.
He kept two clean sheets in
England?s four games.
While some of his team-mates
will get a chance to put things
right when they return to this
tournament in Italy and San
Parker said: ?Losing to Germany on penalties in a semi-final isn?t news to me. I could
have told you exactly how the Under-21 match
would have panned out from the start.
?It was almost an inevitability. This scenario
was discussed in the press for days, both
managers entertained the possibility and,
shock horror, look what happened.
?The strange thing is that for something so
blatantly predictable, we are still no closer to
stopping it happening.
?It was the third penalty shoot-out defeat
to Germany that England have suffered in
semi-finals, following on from the 1990
World Cup and Euro 96.
?There have been other shoot-out disappointments over the years, but none of them sting
quite as much as losing to Germany.
?We are just not built for these occasions. It
can?t be a technical issue and it certainly isn?t
down to practice, as Aidy Boothroyd said
England had been practising shoot-outs after
? from PAUL BROWN
Marino in two years, Pickford has
his sights set on the World Cup in
Russia next summer, challenging
Joe Hart for the No.1 spot.
Pickford, 23, said: ?We?re all
disappointed, but we have a lot of
lads who will have the chance to
come again to the tournament in
two years.
?And then there?s others like
myself who have to try and kick
on and get in the senior squad.?
Pickford believes the pain of
losing will drive them on.
?Everybody is going to be
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hungry,? he said. ?We want to get
better as a group and individually.
?We did ourselves proud, even
though we didn?t get to the final.
?As a group of lads and the staff,
we?ve stuck together from day
one and it just wasn?t to be in the
penalty shoot-out.
?We?ve done our bit and that?s
all we could have done.
?Being beaten on penalties
against Germany was unfortunate
because we were the better side
on the night. I felt we did enough
to get to the final.
?As a group of lads, we weren?t
thinking about anything else
DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
KIDS FOLLOW SENIORS? EXAMPLE
Dani is
free to
join City
SO POOR
AT PENS!
? by JEREMY CROSS
MANCHESTER CITY will
sign Dani Alves in the next
48 hours.
The Brazil international
has agreed a two-year deal
at the Etihad worth �0,000
a week after leaving Juventus on a free transfer.
Starsport understands
club bosses will confirm his
signing before the end of
this week.
Alves will become Pep
Guardiola?s third signing
of the summer as he
reunites with his former
Barcelona boss.
Guardiola has already
splashed out more than
�m on Ederson from
Benfica and Monaco midfielder Bernardo Silva.
Full-back Alves was also
wanted by Chelsea but
snubbed them in favour
of
working
with
Guardiola again.
Alves, 34, has won the
Champions League three
times and Guardiola is
hoping his experience
will help City conquer
Europe themselves.
Alves? Brazil teammate Gabriel Jesus,
who joined City last
season from Palmeiras, reckons his good
friend will have a huge
impact.
He said: ?It has not
yet materialised, but
when it does, I?ll be
quite happy.
?I will be happy not
just because of his
quality, but for the
energy he has.
?I really like the energy
he has, it motivates the
group, motivates people to
always want to win in life
and in the game.
?It was between Chelsea
and City, but it has taken
Pep Guardiola to make that
difference.
?He is a very nice guy,
humble, a little tense, but a
very good person.
?He is intense in football.
It?s football all the time.?
?
FLASHBACK:
England?s Mark
Wright, Des Walker, Paul
Parker and Gary Lineker
are dejected as West
Germany win on penalties
every training session, while Germany didn?t
bother at all.?
Parker, who won 19 caps, thinks the fear of
failure is so great now that England freeze on
the big stage.
He said: ?I would never have a go at anyone
who missed after being brave enough to take
that long walk, in front of millions watching,
with everything on the line.
?That alone is proof of character, and
Nathan Redmond and Tammy Abraham have
nothing to be ashamed of.
?But when it comes to actually striking
the ball, Germany are ready to embrace
the moment, while we unconsciously run
away from it.
?We never really believe we will beat them
any more. But it wasn?t always the case.
?Back in 1990, when I played in the World
Cup semi-final against West Germany in
Turin, we had no insecurity at all.
?We had just put in our best performance of
the tournament and we all believed we would
beat them in the shoot-out.
?Germany always winning on penalties
wasn?t a thing then. That was the moment the
inferiority complex started, but we didn?t
sense it in the moment. It was one of those
other than winning it. It?s
obviously a disappointing
experience. It?s going to be
difficult to take.
?Penalty shoot-outs are never a
nice way to lose and on another
day we might have won it.
?During 90 minutes I thought we
were the dominant side,
especially during the
first half.
?We were a bit tired
towards the end but we
dug in. We?re a strong
group of lads who are there to
help each other when it?s going
hard. It was unfortunate.?
things which just happened at the time, but
out of it grew an entire mythology which
continues to cloud English football. That was
the starting point.
?Now every time we get to a tournament we
fret and worry about England and their
inability to score penalties. It?s a key feature
of the character of the national game.
?We almost will it on ourselves. And, 27 years
on, it happened again. It all stems from 1990.?
England?s latest disaster on Tuesday night
came despite the whole squad practising spotkicks after every training session.
Parker told Eurosport: ?Germany progressed
on from that semi-final in 1990. They won the
World Cup that year, won again in 2014 and
finished runners-up in 2002.
?They won Euro 96, again after a semi-final
win on penalties against England, and also
finished runners-up in 1992 and 2008.
?Their national set-up has undergone a huge
renewal and their league is designed to benefit
the international sides.
?The contrast with England couldn?t be
more stark ? 1990 was our high point and we
haven?t been able to surpass it. We?ve been
stuck in that moment and keep coming
back to it.?
?
SPOT ON: Jordan
Pickford saves
a German penalty
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?
MISS: Tammy
Abraham fails to
score from the spot in
Poland and can?t hide
his disappointment
Real ?No?
to Kilyan
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leaving because only 11
players can play.?
Perez claimed the situation mirrored their reluctance to bid for Paul Pogba
last summer, the France
midfielder
eventually
returning to Manchester
United from Juventus for
�m.
Perez added: ?Last year
they said that I had to sign
Pogba because we had won
the Champions League.
?I like him but they can?t
all play ? we can only play
11.
?The squad is 24 and there
are many players that I
have liked but, because they
have not had a place, they
have not come.
?He (Mbappe) is a good
player, very young. We did
not sign Pogba because we
had a great team, as demonstrated. We did not need
Pogba.?
Mbappe has insisted he
will not leave Ligue 1 champions Monaco if it means
his chances of getting regular football are lowered.
Wenger is planning a
major shake-up and could
build his Arsenal side
around the youngster.
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SO BAD AT PENALTIES
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46-47
Lion cubs rally round
red-faced Nat
? from PAUL BROWN in Krakow
ENGLAND?s youngsters rallied
around Nathan Redmond yesterday
after he became the latest victim of
the nation?s penalty curse.
Redmond?s spot-kick in the
shoot-out was saved by German
keeper Julian Pollersbeck as the
Young Lions suffered a crushing
European Championship semi-final
defeat in Tychy. The Southampton
star later left the stadium in tears ?
but his Under-21 team-mates are
tipping him to come back even
stronger from his penalty agony.
Skipper James Ward-Prowse said:
I?LL GIVE
JT MY
JOB AT
VILLA
Bruce offers to
step aside to get
Terry on board
?
?Nathan is a very close friend of
mine and a team-mate at club level.
?It?s important for him to learn from
this experience. I know his mindset
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JOHN TERRY has been
promised he will be in pole
position to be the next Aston
Villa boss if he moves to the
Championship club.
Villa have offered the out-of-contract
former Chelsea and England skipper a
one-year deal worth �,000 a week with
a � bonus if they seal a return to the
Premier League.
Boss Steve Bruce has also tried to
tempt Terry by telling him he?d be in
line to succeed him as boss if he signs
up. City rivals Birmingham have also
NOT YOUR FAULT:
Nathan Redmond is
consoled by Jack Stephens
after his penalty miss
SUPERKID: Mbappe
Wenger
in for Kyl
as Real
go cool
?
IN WITH A SHOUT:
John Terry is lined
up as a future Aston
Villa manager
Place
? by DAVID WOODS
tried to lure the 36-year-old with a similar offer. ?John Terry can be manager
of Birmingham in a couple of years if
he wants to play for me,? said their boss
Harry Redknapp last month.
But 56-year-old Bruce and Villa
have told Terry something
similar as they bid to land
the centre-back.
Terry, who is already
taking his coaching
OFFER: Aston Villa
badges, has made no
boss Steve Bruce
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?
VETTEL FACES F1 BAN
SEBASTIAN VETTEL could
be kicked out of the Austrian
Grand Prix following his
clash with Lewis Hamilton.
F1 bosses last night
announced that they
are to re-examine
Sunday?s incident
? by JAMES MURRAY
in Baku when the German
deliberately collided with
his title rival.
Four-time champion Vettel
(left) was punished with a
10-second stop-go penalty
? by DAVID WOODS
ARSENAL?S bid to land
teenage sensation Kylian
Mbappe has been boosted
by Real Madrid?s admission
that he might not be ready
to play for them.
Gunners boss Arsene
Wenger?s made the
18-year-old his No.1
summer transfer target,
with Liverpool also hot on
his trail.
Mighty Madrid and their
boss Zinedine Zidane have
also been eyeing the
Monaco ace.
during the race after he
drove into the back of
Hamilton and then pulled
alongside and banged
wheels while the safety car
was out.
Vettel insisted that
Hamilton had deliberately
brake-tested him during one
of three safety car periods
in Azerbaijan.
But telemetry from
Hamilton?s Mercedes proved
the 32-year-old Englishman
had not been acting in an
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9770957 6234 7
But yesterday their
president, Florentino Perez,
said a move to the
Bernabeu this summer
could come too soon for
the France international.
?With that age few players
have a place in Madrid,?
said Perez. ?Zidane came at
28. We have to be patient.
?Zidane likes him a lot
and he has been following
him.
?He is the one who has to
decide if it is appropriate
for him to come or keep on
developing and whether, at
18 years of age, he has a
place at Real Madrid or not.
?If he gives me the OK,
then he has to tell who is
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ING: GOOD TO SOFT-SOFT IN PLACES
Holy Tiber
Pouvoir Magique
Cape To Cuba
Teqany
Rantan
Rainbow Orse (nb)
Pantomime
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES
2.20 32RED
Class 5 2YO 6f (8 runners)
�234
1 (2)
16 HOLY TIBER (23)(BF,S) G Scott 9 4 ........James Doyle 93
2 (5)
L04 ARCHIE PERKINS (24) N Tinkler 9 2 ....... Phil Dennis (5) 84
3 (1)
L MENDALI (31) D C Griffiths 9 2 ........................ S Drowne 71
4 (7)
3 SILVINGTON (28) D Loughnane 9 2 ........C Bennett (3) 80
5 (8)
VIKING WAY Olly Williams 9 2 ..................... Rob Hornby 78
6 (3)
AGADEER M Johnston 8 11 ..................................A Atzeni?99
7 (4)
PRINCESS JESSICA R Fahey 8 11................ P Mathers 93
8 (6)
L SWEET VIXEN (58) Tom Clover 8 11 ..............J Mitchell 81
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Holy Tiber, 11-4 Agadeer, 4 Princess Jessica, 5
Archie Perkins, 10 Silvington, 14 Viking Way, 20 others.
2016: Mister Blue Sky 9 2, Oisin Murphy 4-6 Fav (S Kirk), drawn (7), 7 ran.
STARFORM: HOLY TIBER DANGER: Agadeer
MAIDEN STAKES
2.50 32RED.COM
Class 5 1m 2f (12 runners)
�234
1 (1)
40 BENISSIMO (61) A L Forbes 7 9 12.......... Toby Eley (7) 68
2 (4)
DESI DARU (J46) C Allen 5 9 12 ............................R Tart 68
3 (5)
AIRWAY J Fanshawe 3 9 0 ............................. G Wood (3) 89
4 (2)
L CLEARANCE (16) M Tompkins 3 9 0 ................J Haynes 58
5 (7)
6 INTELLECT (82) Sir M Stoute 3 9 0 ....................A Atzeni 82
6 (9)
OUTOFTHEQUESTION A King 3 9 0 ........... D Sweeney 70
7 (11)
3 POUVOIR MAGIQUE (21) J Gosden 3 9 0 .....James Doyle?99
8 (3)
0 STORMY BLUES (65)(T*) C Appleby 3 9 0 .........Martin Harley 70
9 (12)
0 TITAN (72) E Dunlop 3 9 0 .................... K Shoemark (3) 84
10 (6)
0 VOLTURNUS (48) J Osborne 3 9 0 ................D Costello 64
11 (10)
0 ARTIC NEL (18) I Williams 3 8 9 ..................T Marquand 88
12 (8)
00- FRENCH SILVER (275) A Carroll 3 8 9 ........G Downing 78
Star Betting: ? 1-2 Pouvoir Magique, 6 Airway, 10 Outofthequestion,
12 Intellect, Titan, 14 Stormy Blues, 20 Artic Nel, 50 others.
2016: De Veer Cliffs 3 8 9, H Bentley 4-6 Fav (M Meade), drawn (2), 6 ran.
STARFORM: POUVOIR MAGIQUE DANGER: Airway
32RED.COM MAIDEN STAKES
3.25 10Class
5 1m(10 runners)
�234
1 (2)
0 PRETTY OBVIOUS (10) Jonjo O?Neill 4 9 12 .......T J Murphy 72
2 (5)
2- ZABEEL PRINCE (248)(BF) R Varian 4 9 12 ........A Atzeni 94
3 (4)
0-44 AZALY (27) Owen Burrows 3 9 2 .............. Martin Harley 92
4 (1)
06 BRINGIT (10) J Osborne 3 9 2.........................D Costello 89
5 (7)
0 DECISION MAKER (14) S Bowring 3 9 2 ....... S Drowne 87
6 (8)
0-0 DISCOVERED (68) R Charlton 3 9 2 ............. DOUBTFUL 92
7 (9) 52-245 MUQAATIL (61)(P*) R Hannon 3 9 2 ..........T Marquand 96
8 (10)
L-L RED BORDEAUX (14) A Carroll 3 9 2 ...........G Downing 77
9 (6)
02 CAPE TO CUBA (27) J Fanshawe 3 8 11 .... G Wood (3)?99
10 (3)
6 PRINCESS OPHELIA (48) M Appleby 3 8 11 ........Raymond Dawson (7) 85
Star Betting: ? 13-8 Zabeel Prince, 9-4 Cape To Cuba, 5 Azaly, 6
Muqaatil, 14 Bringit, 33 Princess Ophelia, Pretty Obvious, 50 others.
2016: Perigee 3 9 2, R Havlin 1-4 Fav (J Gosden), drawn (5), 7 ran.
STARFORM: ZABEEL PRINCE DANGER: Cape To Cuba
4.00
32RED HANDICAP
Class 5 3YO 1m (10 runners)
�234
1 (5)
3134 EXCEL AGAIN (16)(D,A) J Tate 9 9 ............ DOUBTFUL 99
2 (2) 33-232 GLENDUN (16) J Eustace 9 7........................ DOUBTFUL 91
3 (3) 35-666 TEQANY (13) Owen Burrows 9 3 .........................A Atzeni 95
4 (8) 446-00 IRON ISLANDS (27)(V) K Burke 9 1 ................ C Lee (5) 88
5 (1)
623 FINALE (128) H Morrison 8 13....................... G Wood (3)?99
6 (10) 100-05 SANTAFIORA (30)(G) R Charlton 8 12 ........ DOUBTFUL 94
7 (7) 455225 MAMA AFRICA (18) T D Barron 8 12 ..........J P Sullivan 93
8 (4) 34-342 GOLCONDA PRINCE (21) R Fahey 8 10 ...... P Mathers 91
9 (6) 06L-2 HELLOMOTO (64)(P) K Ryan 8 6.....................J Haynes 90
10 (9) LLL-LL JUPITER ASCENDING (18)(T) M Appleby 8 2 R P Walsh (7) 85
LONG HANDICAP: Jupiter Ascending 7-5.
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Golconda Prince, 5 Mama Africa, 13-2
Hellomoto, 7 Finale, 15-2 Teqany, 16 others.
2016: Carbutt?s Ridge 8 5, A Mullen 7-2 (K Burke), drawn (5), 6 ran.
STARFORM: HELLOMOTO DANGER: Golconda Prince
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS Perfectly flat left-hand oval track of one mile
four furlongs with a home straight of about four and a half furlongs. High numbers best in sprints when the stalls are placed
on the far side. Stalls today Sprint Stands Side; 1m Centre;
Remainder Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 33 winners, (18.3%
strike rate), +�.55, M Appleby 30, (14.2%), -�00, J Gosden
23, (19.5%), -�00, R Hannon 21, (17.4%), -�.28.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) James Doyle 18 winners,
(20.0% strike rate), -�.96, A Atzeni 16, (17.0%), +�37.
HANDICAP
4.35 32RED
Class 4 6f (13 runners)
�175
1 (10) 22-02L RANTAN (14)(D,S) T D Barron 4 9 12
Rob Hornby 89
2 (2) 220200 LEXINGTON TIMES (13)(A,S) Mrs R Carr 5 9 11
J P Sullivan 81
3 (11) 360-0L ZAPPER CASS (29)(G) T Coyle 4 9 10
Josh Doyle (3) 86
4 (1) 420-23 TANASOQ (26)(D,G)(B*) Owen Burrows 4 9 9
A Atzeni?99
5 (7) -15041 ARTSCAPE (20)(D2,A,S) D Ivory 5 9 8
S Drowne 91
6 (8) -4L553 YEEOOW (29)(D6,A,G)(P) K Burke 8 9 8
C Lee (5) 90
7 (9) 52L50- CADEAUX BOXER (244) Martin Smith 4 9 7
J Fahy 82
8 (3) 011105 WHITECREST (10)(C,D3,A,G,S) J Spearing 9 9 6
Martin Harley 88
9 (13) 65531- ACE MASTER (330)(C,D4,A,G,S)(B) S Bowring 9 9 5
K Lundie (7) 90
10 (5) 06400- KOMMANDER KIRKUP (254)(D,G,S) M Herrington 6 9 5
D Sweeney 88
11 (12) 314-06 MAAKAASIB (19)(D,A)(E) S Crisford 3 9 4 T J Murphy 94
12 (6) 521-66 SFUMATO (31)(D,G) R Charlton 3 9 4
DOUBTFUL 94
13 (4) 513212 SOCIALITES RED (10)(CD2,G)(P) S Dixon 4 9 2
R P Walsh (7) 91
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Socialites Red, 4 Tanasoq, 9-2 Artscape, 15-2
Yeeoow, 10 Ace Master, 11 Lexington Times, 14 others.
2016: Escalating 4 9 13, A Mullen 2-1 Fav (M Appleby), drawn (5), 8 ran.
STARFORM: SOCIALITES RED DANGER: Artscape
HANDICAP
5.10 32RED.COM
Class 5 5f (8 runners)
�234
1
(6) 004L-3 SHACKLED N DRAWN (11)(CD,D2,A,G) P Hedger 5 9 7
K Shoemark (3) 97
2 (2) 140L-0 WILEY POST (31)(D2,G)(B) A Carroll 4 9 5 .. S Drowne 95
3 (1) 6L50-1 RAINBOW ORSE (37)(CD3,D,G,S)(P) R Cowell 5 9 4
A Atzeni?99
4 (3) 34-12L RAZIN? HELL (139)(D2,A,G)(V) J Balding 6 8 13
Martin Harley 95
5 (7) 121036 YOU?RE COOL (27)(D3,A) J Balding 5 8 13 .......Phil Dennis (5) 92
6 (4) 0-4L02 FLASH CITY (9)(CD,D4,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 9 8 12
J P Sullivan 95
7 (8) 516140 CROSSE FIRE (9)(D6,A,G) S Dixon 5 8 12 ..P Pilley (5) 94
8 (5) 4-1033 BONJOUR STEVE (23)(D2,A,G,S)(P) R J Price 6 8 11
Rob Hornby 95
Star Betting: ? 15-8 Rainbow Orse, 4 Bonjour Steve, 6 Shackled N
Drawn, Flash City, 13-2 Razin? Hell, 10 Crosse Fire, 14 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: RAINBOW ORSE DANGER: Flash City
5.45
1
32RED SERIES APPRENTICE HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 2f (9 runners)
�234
(4) 0-0411 MININGROCKS (19)(CD,D4,G,S) D Carroll 5 9 11
Ger O?Neill 97
2 (8) 0405- EASTERN LADY (371)(T*) R J Price 4 9 11
Toby Eley (3) 85
3 (9) 141535 CELTIC ARTISAN (10)(D2,A)(B,T) Rebecca Menzies 6 9 10
DOUBTFUL 92
4 (5) LL/LLL DEINONYCHUS (31)(A,G)(H) M Appleby 6 9 7
Jordan Uys 90
5 (1) L1L-60 KAFOO (10)(A)(P*) E Dunlop 4 9 5 ........Tristan Price (3) 92
6 (2) L6/4L0 TIN PAN ALLEY (9)(D2,G) D C Griffiths 9 9 2
Jason Watson (3) 95
7 (3) LL-0L3 SAGA SPRINT (23)(D,G) J R Jenkins 4 9 0
Gina Mangan (3) 91
8 (6) 020115 STREET ART (23)(BF,D2,A,G)(B,T) Mike Murphy 5 8 9
Milly Naseb?99
9 (7) 04600/ PANTOMIME (761) Lucinda Egerton 5 8 9 .......G Malune 80
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Miningrocks, 4 Street Art, 6 Saga Sprint, 13-2
Eastern Lady, 8 Kafoo, 20 Tin Pan Alley, 25 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MININGROCKS DANGER: Street Art
Duke Of Yorkshire
Kirbec
Mr Strutter
Grey Diamond
Dark Crystal
Casterbridge
Pennine Warrior
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT-GOOD IN PLACES
�,938
1 (7) 315066 TWIN APPEAL (12)(CD,D4,G,S)(B) T D Barron 6 9 8 ........ S De Sousa 90
2 (11) 1-3055 CHARLES MOLSON (24)(D,A,G,S) P Chamings 6 9 8 ..DOUBTFUL 83
3 (2) 0L-L24 ICE LORD (27)(G) C Wall 5 9 7........................ F M Berry 88
4 (6) 560-06 SCOTTISH GLEN (18)(D6,A,G,S) P Chamings 11 9 7
H Crouch (3) 88
5 (5) 316-3 ULTIMATE AVENUE (75)(BF,D,G)(T*) Ed Walker 3 9 5
DOUBTFUL 95
6 (10) 0-L440 SHADY MCCOY (12)(D4,G,S)(H*) I Williams 7 9 5 ......... W Buick 96
7 (4) 2L0610 SUPERSTA (76)(D2,A,G)(H,P) M Appleby 6 9 5 ........Oisin Murphy 85
8 (1) 102-20 MAKZEEM (35)(BF,G) R Charlton 4 9 5 ........ R L Moore?99
9 (8) 500303 PROFESSOR (18)(D2,G,S) M Attwater 7 9 2......... S Levey 87
10 (3)
1-12 KHAMAARY (12)(BF,G,S) M Johnston 3 8 13........J Crowley 97
11 (9) -45630 BALLYMORE CASTLE (13)(S)(P) R Fahey 5 8 10
Connor Murtagh (7) 82
Star Betting: ? 6-4 Khamaary, 13-2 Professor, 7 Ice Lord, 10 Twin
Appeal, Makzeem, Supersta, 14 others.
2016: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: KHAMAARY DANGER: Makzeem
STAR TIP
6.00
6.30
7.00
7.35
8.10
8.40
9.10
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
6.00
AMATEUR RIDERS? HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 5f (11 runners)
�743
1
(9) 10-L23 DUKE OF YORKSHIRE (14)(A,G)(P) T Easterby 7 11 0
Miss E Easterby (3)?99
2 (10) 11-333 CANNY STYLE (40)(C,G,S) K Ryan 4 10 12 .......Miss Jo Mason 92
3 (4) 30/163 MISHKO (21)(D,A) S Gollings 6 10 11 ........ Mr S Walker 96
4 (7) 6L4032 SPIRITOFTOMINTOUL (18)(A)(T) A Carroll 8 10 8 .Mr G Gilbertson (7) 85
5 (3) 00-113 TONTO?S SPIRIT (8)(BF,D,G,S)(H) Kenneth Slack 5 10 5
Miss E Sayer 93
6 (11)
0041 DONNACHIES GIRL (8)(C,G) A Whillans 4 10 4 Mr Ryan Nichol (3) 91
7 (6) -240L0 FILLYDELPHIA (7)(S)(H) P Holmes 6 9 12 .Miss A McCain (5) 80
8 (8) 05-206 SCHMOOZE (8)(C2,A,G) Miss L Perratt 8 9 10 ..........Mrs C Bartley 86
9 (5) 300-L0 RIPONIAN (24)(C,G,S)(T) S Corbett 7 9 10......... Miss C Walton 86
10 (1) 66-5L0 CELTIC POWER (8)(C,G)(V) J Goldie 5 9 10 .......Miss R Hill (5) 86
11 (2) 5004L- COUGAR KID (J32)(BF)(P) J G O?Shea 6 9 9 ........ Brodie Hampson 84
LONG HANDICAP: Cougar Kid 9-4.
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Tonto?s Spirit, 9-2 Donnachies Girl, 6 Duke Of
Yorkshire, Mishko, 7 Canny Style, 8 Spiritoftomintoul, 16 others.
2016: Lara Carbonara 4 10 12, Mr L McGuinness(3) 11-4 (J P
Shanahan), drawn (5), 8 ran.
STARFORM: TONTO?S SPIRIT DANGER: Donnachies Girl
STAKES (PLUS 10)
6.30 MAIDEN
Class 4 2YO 6f (5 runners)
�175
1 (4)
ARCH GOLD M Johnston 9 5.............................J Fanning 95
2 (1)
3 HERE IN THE DARK (17) K Dalgleish 9 5 .............G Lee 97
3 (5)
03 QUAYSIDE (19) R Fahey 9 5............................ J Garritty?99
4 (3)
5 SAVALAS (43) K Ryan 9 5................................... T Eaves 85
5 (2)
03 KIRBEC (21) K Dalgleish 9 0...............................A Mullen 93
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Kirbec, 3 Quayside, 7-2 Here In The Dark, 4
Savalas, 7 Arch Gold.
2016: Montataire 9 5, J Fanning 6-4 (M Johnston), drawn (1), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SAVALAS DANGER: Quayside
GROUP SELLING HANDICAP
7.00 EXSEL
Class 6 5f (15 runners)
�234
1 (13) 5-L334 BUNCE (17)(C,D4,G,S) Miss L Perratt 9 9 10.........G Lee 86
2 (10) 04-034 YPRES (7)(D2,A,G)(P) J Ward 8 9 7 ...............J Fanning 89
3 (4) 00-505 PERFECT WORDS (22)(D5,A,G,S)(P) Mrs M Fife 7 9 7 B McHugh 91
4 (6) 461102 MR STRUTTER (5)(D,G)(H) J J Quinn 3 9 6 ........ Josh Quinn (7)?99
5 (12) -136L3 HOT STUFF (35)(D,A)(P) A Carroll 4 9 6 .........A Mullen 90
6 (8) 064026 MISU MONEYPENNY (15)(D2,A)(P) S Dixon 4 9 5 .........B A Curtis 88
7 (9) 0600-L KING OF CASTILLA (5)(D,A)(P) C Teague 3 8 13 ....... K Stott 84
8 (2) 330244 LIZZY?S DREAM (10)(D4,A,G) Rebecca Bastiman 9 8 11
DOUBTFUL 83
9 (1) 033000 LOUIS VEE (3)(D3,A,S)(B) J G O?Shea 9 8 10 ........J Vaughan (3) 86
10 (7) /056-0 RED SHADOW (24)(A)(V) A Whillans 8 8 10 .......R Scott (5) 83
11 (5) 6L0-LL SUNRISE DANCE (15)(D3,A,G)(T) Kenny Johnson 8 8 10.J Garritty 83
12 (3) L0LL-L KYLLA (30)(B*) S A Harris 4 8 10....................... T Eaves 83
13 (15) RLL00 WEE JOCK (40) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 8 4 ....... R Ffrench 89
14 (11) L-0L00 MISS PEPPER (18)(H) P Midgley 3 8 4......... Sammy Jo Bell (3) 84
15 (14) L-L0L0 WARLEGGAN (24)(B) Miss L Perratt 3 8 4 ..Rachel Richardson (3) 81
Star Betting: ? 4 Mr Strutter, 11-2 Misu Moneypenny, 6 Bunce, 7 Wee
Jock, Perfect Words, 8 Ypres, Hot Stuff, 12 Miss Pepper, 14 others.
2016: Whispering Soul 3 8 9, P J McDonald 3-1 Fav (Mrs A Duffield),
drawn (11), 12 ran.
STARFORM: BUNCE DANGER: Mr Strutter
BLOODSTOCK MAIDEN STAKES
7.35 THISTLE
Class 5 1m 1f (11 runners)
�881
1 (11)
WEE BOGUS (J44) A Whillans 4 10 0 ...........R Scott (5) 69
2 (6)
L4- CLARABEL (283) J Weymes 4 9 9.....................A Mullen 76
3 (8)
GREY DIAMOND M Johnston 3 9 3 ..................J Fanning?99
4 (1)
PRECIOUS ROCK J O?Keeffe 3 9 3.................. J Garritty 80
5 (9)
5 RED STAR DANCER (24) Miss L Perratt 3 9 3 .......K Stott 73
6 (4) 032-03 SOMNAMBULIST (53)(H) K Dalgleish 3 9 3 ..........G Lee 96
7 (2) -00220 TREAD LIGHTLY (14) T Easterby 3 9 3 ..............D Allan 89
8 (5)
35 UNITE THE CLANS (50) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 9 3
R Ffrench 96
9 (10) 345-00 USED TO BE (15) K Burke 3 9 3 ..................... B A Curtis 92
10 (3)
LL PALACE BALL (10) W Coltherd 3 8 12 .............. T Eaves 75
11 (7) 2-3540 SET IN STONE (33) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 8 12 .......T O?Shea 94
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Set In Stone, 10-3 Somnambulist, 5 Tread
Lightly, 6 Grey Diamond, Unite The Clans, 7 Used To Be, 16 others.
2016: Parliamentarian 3 9 3, P Makin 4-6 Fav (C Appleby), drawn (1), 6 ran.
STARFORM: GREY DIAMOND DANGER: Somnambulist
FILLIES? HANDICAP
8.10 EBF
Class 4 1m (10 runners)
�470
(7) 00-566 MISS VAN GOGH (23)(BF,D4,S) R Fahey 5 10 0....... J Garritty 92
(2) -L02L4 ALEXANDRAKOLLONTAI (12)(C5,D,A,G,S)(B)
A Whillans 7 9 12 B McHugh 91
3 (10) 050-33 COMPANY ASSET (41)(G) K Ryan 4 9 11..........K Stott 91
4 (1) 421220 FOREVER A LADY (12)(G,S) K Dalgleish 4 9 10 ........G Lee 89
5 (6) 304113 DARK CRYSTAL (8)(CD,D2,G,S) Miss L Perratt 6 9 6
L Edmunds (5) 92
6 (8) 3L55-6 SEPAL (10)(D,G)(H) I Jardine 4 9 5 ......... J Gormley (7) 94
7 (9) 240601 SOULS IN THE WIND (22)(C,S) J P Shanahan (IRE) 3 9 4
T O?Shea 91
8 (3)
232 PEACH MELBA (21)(BF) M Johnston 3 8 13........J Fanning?99
9 (4) 0210-L DUCK EGG BLUE (27)(D,S)(P) P Holmes 3 8 9 ......... Paula Muir (7) 89
10 (5) -L4654 WHATSTHEMESSAGE (10)(S) K Dalgleish 3 8 5....... A Mullen 88
Star Betting: ? 3 Peach Melba, 9-2 Souls In The Wind, 5 Miss Van
Gogh, 6 Dark Crystal, 8 Company Asset, 10 others.
2016: Hidden Rebel 4 10 0, C Beasley 5-1 (A Whillans), drawn (2), 5
ran.
STARFORM: PEACH MELBA DANGER: Dark Crystal
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The Rhinos are reeling from the news that key players Rob
Burrow and Brett Ferres both need operations.
Brett Delaney, Jimmy Keinhorst and Ash Golding are also
injured, while Danny McGuire
and Jamie Jones-Buchanan ? by JULIE STOTT
are suspended.
It leaves fourth-placed Leeds next six weeks. McDermott
light of big-name troops for said:
?He
is
extremely
tonight?s vital Super League disappointed and we lose a
clash with St Helens.
great player and we lose a lot
But McDermott says it?s of cover as well.
time the fringe players
?But it could be a worse time
showed they are ready to of the year, it could be the final
take over the responsibility.
six weeks of the season.
He said: ?We are stretched a
?We also lose Brett Ferres,
bit in the halves, centres and who is having an operation to
full-backs. It is going to be a clear out a knee, for four
test for the squad but we are weeks.?
up for it.
Finish
?Our squad got tested
Leeds have four games of the
numerous times last year and
regular season remaining
our fringe players came in.?
Burrow needs a plate to be before the Super 8s split.
They need a top-four spot to
removed from his shoulder,
which will rule him out for the guarantee four home games,
rather than three, in the race
for the Grand Final.
But Wakefield, who play
struggling Warrington on
Saturday, are breathing down
their necks two points behind.
hand him his debut
Saints sit sixth, five points
against Leeds tonight.
off Leeds and Salford, and
Their appeal was a
coach Justin Holbrook hopes
controversial move, with
his players can kick on from
critics claiming Saints
with JULIE STOTT
their last-gasp 25-24 win over
were putting their own
their case to an
the Red Devils.
interests ahead of an
independent tribunal.
He said: ?It was a fantastic
anti-drugs message.
That hearing last night
finish and I told the players
Cronulla sacked
ruled in favour of the
to enjoy it as in years to come
Barba after he was
ban being enforced over
people will remember it.
banned. He then
here, meaning Barba
?It was ?never write off the
switched codes to
cannot play until August.
Saints? and that is something
union, where his ban
Saints, who signed
that is spoken about all the
cannot be imposed.
him in May on a deal
time here.?
He joined Toulon in
until 2019, have already
Mark Percival serves a oneFrance at the end of
played five games since
match ban and is replaced by
January but failed to
then and had hoped to
Ryan Morgan.
make an impression.
Ben loses ban appeal
BEN BARBA and St
Helens have lost their
appeal against his
12-match drugs ban.
The full-back, 28, was
banned after testing
positive for cocaine
following Cronulla
Sharks? NRL titlewinning celebrations.
The RFL had insisted
the ban ? imposed by
the NRL ? must be
upheld in this country.
But Saints claimed
it should not apply
outside the southern
hemisphere and took
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RUGBY UNION: LIONS TOUR
GAT?S BIG
GAMBLE
Farrell and Sexton ready to
deliver series-levelling win
THE Lions will roll the dice
on a Johnny Sexton-Owen
Farrell midfield dream team
keeping the series alive
against the All Blacks on
Saturday.
?
WE CAN KICK ON:
Owen Farrell will
need to be accurate with
the boot to give coach
Warren Gatland (inset) a
chance to level the series
The pair, who have yet to start a game
together on tour, were named in tandem
by Warren Gatland overnight for the
do-or-die showdown at the Westpac Stadium.
Sexton comes in at
stand-off with Farrell
moving to centre to
replace Ben Te?o, in
what represents a
dramatic change of
approach.
Gatland has made two other changes
to the starting line-up from last weekend?s 30-15 defeat, with tour captain Sam
Warburton recalled and Maro Itoje
promoted to start his first Test for the
Lions. Like Sexton, both were used off
the bench last week.
At 22, Itoje will become the youngest
starting Test second-row for the Lions
since Willie John McBride in 1962.
They come in for Peter O?Mahony, who
led the side in Warburton?s absence
at Eden Park, and George Kruis.
Gatland said: ?The players have
been incredibly focused about
what a challenge it is to play the
All Blacks here on Saturday.
The emotion and physicality
the All Blacks brought last Saturday... we have to match that.
?It was a big step up in terms
of the intensity and pressure.
Our guys will have learned a lot
from the experience.?
While the two changes up front
were widely expected, the SextonFarrell double act is a surprise.
Gatland insisted ahead of the tour
that he regarded Farrell as a No.10
rather than a No.12, where he plays
for England, and had stuck with that
opinion in all his previous selections
in New Zealand. Farrell earned the
? from PETE SAMSON in Wellington
right to wear his favoured No.10 jersey
in the first Test after outplaying Sexton
early on in the tour.
But after the Saracen failed to hit
the heights last week, the Lions coach
has decided on a rethink.
The Sexton-Farrell axis gives the
Lions a second playmaker and
also allows them to
retain
Farrell?s
world-class
goalkicking in
their starting
line-up.
It is not without
cost, though, as Te?o
has beaten more
defenders than any
other Lion on the tour
and offers a more robust
threat at inside centre.
? from PETE SAMSON
series. That means the job is far from
done.
?It is going to require us to take our
game to a higher level. It?s going to be
very demanding, physically and
mentally, on both sides.
?We are aware the Lions have their
backs to the wall and will chuck
everything at us to keep themselves
alive in the series. They are a quality
side who we respect immensely.
?In reality, last week?s Test could
have gone either way had they taken
more of their chances.?
Full-back Ben Smith (right), who
? ATHLETICS
FORMER European
400m hurdles champion
Rhys Williams has called
time on his career at 33.
Williams, who won
European gold in 2012,
had hoped to compete
at the Commonwealth
Games on Australia?s
Gold Coast next year.
But the Welshman has
seen that bid ended by
an Achilles injury.
Williams said: ?Injury
has prematurely ended
my hopes of competing
one last time.?
Tonya is a
title Threat
? UFC
TONYA EVINGER will
get a shot at the vacant
featherweight title at
UFC 214 in California on
July 29 after Megan
Anderson dropped out
due to personal reasons.
The Invicta bantamweight champion will
face hot favourite Cris
?Cyborg? Justino.
?This is something I
have thought about
doing ? going up to
145lbs ? just to get
more competition,? said
?Triple Threat? Evinger.
Backlash
Gatland?s hope must be that Farrell will not have two moderate
games in a row and that, in tandem with another ferocious Test
match warrior in Sexton, he will
drag the Lions to an against-theodds win to level the series.
It is edge-of-the-cliff time in
Wellington and New Zealand are
preparing accordingly.
?We need to expect a backlash from
the Lions at the weekend,? said All
Blacks flanker Jerome Kaino.
New Zealand assistant coach Ian
Foster said: ?Each team will have
learned a lot from each other last week
and there?s a real sense of who?s going
to be the best learner when you go into
the second Test.
?We know that it?s going to be a massively physical Test ? they always are
between us and them ? but it?s who
learns the most from what happened
last week.
?We have got to figure out what they
will change from last week and they
have got to do the same for us.?
HANSEN: FINISH THE JOB
STEVE HANSEN reckons New Zealand
will need to scale new heights to kill
off the British Lions.
The All Blacks will secure an
unassailable 2-0 series lead if they
triumph at Wellington?s Westpac
Stadium in Saturday?s second Test.
Hansen?s men earned a convincing
30-15 victory in Auckland.
But Hansen ? who last night
announced a team showing two
enforced changes from the Eden Park
clash ? warned that their job was far
from over.
He said: ?While we were happy with
the win last weekend, we know that it
was just a start in what is a three-Test
No final lap
for Williams
suffered concussion and went off in
the first half last weekend, is out along
with centre Ryan Crotty (hamstring).
Israel Dagg moves from the wing to
replace Smith, with Waisake Naholo
wearing the No.14 shirt.
Anton Lienert-Brown takes over
from Crotty to partner Sonny Bill
Williams in midfield.
One switch on the bench sees
uncapped Ngani Laumape
featuring among the back division
replacements.
Laumape scored a try for the
Hurricanes in a thrilling 31-31 draw
with the Lions on Tuesday to win a
promotion to the Test squad.
?
SAFE HANDS:
Johnny Sexton
will be out to
inspire the Lions to
CHANGE: Saunders
Saunders?
big switch
? BOXING
BILLY JOE SAUNDERS
has teamed up with
trainer Dominic Ingle
after splitting with
Adam Booth.
The WBO middleweight
champion did not have
a fight under Booth after
they joined forces in
January but the pair
have parted amicably.
Saunders feels he
needs to be away from
his Hatfield home for
training camps and will
now base himself in
Sheffield.
WELLINGTON
LINE-UPS
ALL BLACKS:
Dagg; Naholo,
Lienert-Brown,
Williams, Ioane,
B Barrett, Smith;
Moody, Taylor, Franks,
Retallick, Whitelock,
Kaino, Cane, Read
(capt).
LIONS (probable):
Williams; Watson,
Davies, Farrell, Daly;
Sexton, Murray;
Vunipola, George,
Furlong, Jones, Itoje,
Warburton (capt),
O?Brien, Faletau.
Who scored both goals
for Scotland in the home
2018 World Cup qualifier
against England?
Which homegrown
player knocked holder
Garbine Muguruza out of
2017 French Open singles
tennis championship?
Who hit an unbeaten
131 for Somerset
against Sussex in Hove
in the 2017 Royal London
One-Day Cup?
Which rider won the
2017 Moto2 Series
Italian GP?
Who beat Gloucester to
win the 2017 European
Rugby Challenge Cup Final?
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D
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, June 29, 2017
TENNIS
MURRAY TOP
OF THE TREE
Andy?s No.1 seed
for Wimbledon tilt
? by IAIN STEWART
ANDY MURRAY has been
named top seed at Wimbledon
for the first time ahead of the
defence of his crown.
And Johanna Konta is ranked sixth ? the
highest for a British woman since Virginia
Wade was seeded fifth in 1979.
World No.1 Murray leads a top four
of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and
Rafa Nadal.
It is the first time the ?big four? of
men?s tennis have been the top four seeds
at a Grand Slam since Wimbledon 2014.
But it also means the quartet will be
kept apart until the semi-finals.
Two-time winner Murray pulled out of
his scheduled warm-up match at the
Hurlingham Club earlier this week with
a hip injury but still plans to play an
as-yet-unnamed opponent tomorrow.
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