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Daily Star – January 03, 2018

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set to put “lives in danger”
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Britain a deadly battering
with forecasters predicting
winds of 90mph.
Full story: Page 7
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CELEB Big Brother
divided fans last
night as its first-ever
all-woman line-up
entered the house.
They were delighted
with big names such
as ex-Tory MP Ann
Widdecombe and
Corrie legend
Amanda Barrie, but
left scratching their
heads over others.
Full story:
Pages 4-5
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
...in 2009 Matt Smith was
unveiled as the new central
character in Doctor Who. He
became the 11th Time Lord since
the programme started in 1963.
“You either get on with it or you
don’t and I’ve never been one to
lie around in self-pity.”
Manchester Arena bomb victim
Martin Hibbert on his recovery.
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HALAL and kosher
meat may have to be
labelled to show how
the animals were
slaughtered after
Brexit.
Farming Minister
George Eustice is
considering the move
after cruelty claims by
campaigners and vets.
In most slaughterhouses, cows, sheep
and chicken are
stunned with an
electric shock before
they are killed.
But some Muslim
and Jewish operators
slit the animals’
throats while they are
still conscious.
Mr Eustice said:
“The Government
believes that consumers should have the
necessary information
available to them to
make an informed
choice about their
food.”
Council
bosses
overpay
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HOSPITALS, councils
and universities are
“not getting value for
money” when buying
basic items like paper.
Some public sector
bodies pay up to seven
times more for paper
than necessary, figures
show.
Stratford-on-Avon
Council paid £4.39 for
500 sheets of paper
compared to Runnymede Borough
Council, which paid
75p, according to the
figures provided under
freedom of information requests.
TaxPayers’ Alliance
chief John O’Connell
said: “It is vanishingly
rare to see bureaucrats strive for value
for money when
purchasing the most
basic of stationery
items.”
GOT IT LICKED: Jon Snow
GAME’S UP: Exiled babe Targaryen is in collection
MONSTER SMASH: Dragons
GAME Of Thrones heroes
®
and villains appear on a
new series of stamps released
QUEEN BEE: Lannister
by the Royal Mail.
Characters include Cersei
Lannister, Jon Snow, and
Daenerys Targaryen.
They are among 10 protagonists from the show.The
HBO hit is based on books by
®
George RR Martin. There will also
be a five-stamp collection
including monsters from the
show such as dragons, White
Walkers and the Night King.
Now shooting its eighth
season, the fantasy show
was mainly filmed in Northern
Ireland. The 15-stamp series will
be released on January 23.
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MEAN BILL
OF
HEALTH
‘Cash strapped’ NHS pays
100 bosses more than PM
THE number of penpushers
in the NHS being paid more
than the Prime Minister has
hit three figures.
MP train
protest
off rails
SHADOW transport
secretary Andy
McDonald was forced
to cancel a protest
over rail fares –
after his train broke
down.
The Labour MP was
heading to Leeds from
Stevenage when his
Virgin train suffered a
power failure at
Grantham, Lincs.
He was due to attend
a protest over rail
prices, which have
risen by 3.4% across
the UK.
Mr McDonald said:
“My day of campaigning for a publiclyowned railway has
been interrupted
today because of the
breakdown of this
Virgin train as I head
to Leeds.”
He added: “It has
run out of power, a
little bit like the
Tories.”
Stamp beauties
£150k SALARY: Mrs May
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
officials who earn more than Theresa
May. The figures do not include local
NHS trusts, meaning even more staff
A hundred NHS officials now take could be earning more than the PM.
home more than £150k, despite the
Lead public health microbiologist
health service struggling with Frances Gould is the best paid in the
massive cash issues.
country, earning £220,000 a year, far
The explosive revelations come after more than any other senior microbiolNHS England complained a lack of ogists in the country.
money was hurting access to treatment.
The biggest earners in NHS England
Due to a lack of funds, the body said include chief financial officer Paul
it was now considering longer waits Baumann on £210,000, followed by
for surgery as well as a clampdown on national director for operations and
over-the-counter medication.
information Matthew Swindells on
Cabinet Office data shows that, de- £205,000. Dr Arvind Madan, director
spite a cash shortage, health bodies of primary care, is also on £205,000.
account for almost a quarter of the 442
NHS pay was blasted by the TaxPayers’ Alliance. Chief John
O’Connell said: “Taxpayers
don’t resent paying for top
talent to improve services,
but pay should be related to
performance.”
A spokesperson for the
deal cannot include
Department of Health said:
financial services.
“The department and its
The issue is
arms-length bodies deal
expected to be the
with complex issues and
most difficult part of
need to attract, recruit, renegotiations, with the
tain and motivate highly
EU seeking to punish
skilled individuals.”
Britain for leaving.
Meanwhile, it emerged
Mr Davis said: “A
last night up to 55,000 operdeal that took in some
ations could be postponed
areas of our economic
this month as hospitals batrelationship but not
tle a severe winter crisis.
others would be, in
NHS England has urged
the favoured phrase
hospitals to delay them to
of EU diplomats,
ease pressure on emergencherry picking.”
cy departments.
WARNING: Minister
Davis dig at EU
DAVID Davis has
warned European
Union chiefs that he
will not let them
“cherry pick” a deal
that excludes the City
of London.
The Brexit Minister
has demanded
Brussels give the UK
“the full sweep of
co-operation” with
minimal barriers to
trade in goods and
services.
But the EU says a
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Rosie
RAVISHING
„
Rosie is a girl
with time on her
hands.
The 24-year-old
„
beauty from
Rochester, Kent, is
regular as clockwork
at turning up for her
job as a watch
mender.
But what
makes her
really tick is
sharing her
lovely assets
with Daily Star
readers!
„
SKATING JUDGE: Banjo
Ashley’s
icy blast
at critics
It’s plane
old Harry
& Meg in
cattle class
Picture: GETTY
ASHLEY Banjo has hit
back at critics who say
he is not qualified to be a
judge on Dancing On Ice.
The Diversity star
has never skated
professionally but will
judge celebrities’ skills
on the show this
weekend. He defended
himself amid abuse
claiming he should not
be on the panel.
He said: “I do love
skating. I’ve done it
since I was small even
though I’ve never done
it professionally.
“The public are really
smart and the thing
about them is they’re
not going to be voting
for the best ice skater
but someone who is
entertaining.”
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JOKER: Osbourne
PRINCE Harry and his
fiancée Meghan Markle celebrated New
Year “partying like
tycoons” in Monaco.
THROWING a TV out of
a hotel room cost rocker
Ozzy Osbourne over
£40,000 – for a set worth
under £200.
The hellraiser decided
on a whim to emulate his
music hero Keith Moon
by launching the TV out
of the eighth floor of a
hotel.
He loved every moment
of his expensive “booze
hound” prank in Prague,
Czech Republic, in 2002.
But hotel bosses gave
him a £41.2k bill
alongside guitarist and
best pal Zakk Wylde.
And Wylde admits he
did not understand
heavy drinking until
being introduced to
Black Sabbath star Ozzy.
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
TV prank
that cost
Oz £40k
A source on the French
Riviera said the couple arrived on the so-called Rock
on December 31 by helicopter and met up with friends.
They are thought to have included Prince Albert and his
wife, Princess Charlene, who
are head royals in the billionaire tax haven in the South of
France.
“Harry and Meghan were
somewhere very private and
The Wall in 2016. Now chiefs
hope he will return for Daniel
Craig’s last Bond outing in 2019.
A source said: “Sam was seen
as a huge success by the Bond
team and also a fantastic person
to work with. They feel that having Sam back could work again,
and put them in a great position
to make waves again.”
news@dailystar.co.uk
Ton-up Arnie
SAM’S BONDS SO STRONG
JAMES Bond bosses are secretly
wooing Sam Smith to record the
theme for another 007 movie.
The singer won an Oscar for
Spectre theme tune Writing’s On
® by PETER ALLEN
very expensive,” said a source
in the principality.
“What’s certain is that they
were partying like tycoons on
New Year’s Day. Fun around
Monaco is never understated,
and always costs a fortune!”
Three bodyguards accompanied them on a British Airways
flight from London to Nice on
New Year’s Eve, when they took
up three rows of economy seats.
There was no first class on the
short flight, but when they got
to Nice they boarded helicopters for the seven-minute hop to
Monte Carlo.
WANTED: Smith
ARNOLD Schwarzenegger may keep uttering “I’ll be back” until he is 100.
Film-maker James Cameron is bringing
back the veteran star, 71, in the latest Terminator movie, due out next year.
He said of pal Arnie’s T800 cyborg: “That
endo-skeleton has a power cell that will last
100 years. So he’s still got 30, 29 years.”
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Your
Celeb BB paper
INDIA’S RIGHT UP
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THE Ex On The Beach and Towie star says:
“People who go out of their way to say
horrible stuff, they are the ones with the
problem.” Engaged to England rugby union
player Denny Solomona. Odds: 14-1
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THE broadcaster, 52, is the daughter of
I’m A Celeb star Stanley and brother of
Conservative politician and Foreign
Secretary Boris. “The ‘Boris’s sister’
thing p’s me off,” she moans.
Married to Ivo Dawnay.
Odds: 9- 2
THE ex-shadow home secretary, 70,
says: “Over time one develops coping
strategies: carry on talking over them,
tell them you can answer only one
question at a time, reduce replies to
fewer words.” Proud to be a virgin.
Odds: 12-1
THE Keeping Up With The Kardashians
star, 34, says: “Life is not perfect.
Other human beings need room for air
and you also need to give yourself
room for that.”
Single, broke up with Ronnie
Ortiz-Magro in 2017. Odds: 33-1
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THE former Coronation Street and
Benidorm star, 82, says: “If nobody
had ever told us the rules in life,
everybody’s life would be very
different. We wouldn’t behave anything
like we do.” Married to Hilary Bonner.
Odds: 25-1
TRANSGENDER newsreader, 51, says: “I
don’t think that there have been people
like me in the public eye in this country.
I wouldn’t want to make myself out to be
some kind of an example… I don’t think
I would have been accepted a few years
ago.” Currently single. Odds: 6-1
THE Detective Constable, who blew
the whistle on the Rochdale child
grooming scandal, says: “If I can’t look
myself in the mirror and feel proud of
what I’m doing then it makes me as
bad as them.” Relationship status
unknown. Odds: 50-1
**
Your
5
Celeb BB paper
FOR HOUSE ROMP
Sex-swap newsgirl in vow
to snare a celebrity bloke
TRANSGENDER housemate India Willoughby has vowed to bag a hunk and have sex
with him in the Big Brother house.
And the news broadcaster, 51, has not ruled out
romping her way through January live on TV in a bid
to sex up – and win – the spy eye show.
India, who was born Jonathan, entered the house last
night with the rest of the all-female cast.
She was joined by ex-Corrie star Amanda Barrie, Ex On
The Beach babe Jess Impiazzi and Kim Kardashian’s best
mate Malika Haqq. Also
in were ex-MP Ann Widde- ® by ANTONY THROWER
combe, Made In Chelsea’s
Ashley James and Boris India, whose marriage
broke up in 2001, reached
Johnson’s sister, Rachel.
Celebrity men will enter the verge of suicide when
the house on Friday as CBB she quit broadcasting in
kick-started the show by February 2010 over her
celebrating 100 years since female leanings.
And she entered the house
women were given the vote.
In an exclusive interview, hiding a sad secret. She has
India told the Daily Star she not spoken to son Rhodes,
was hoping for red-hot 19, since September due to a
rift over her sex change.
romance during her stint.
But India is hoping her
She said: “It would be
CBB stint could lead
fantastic to meet
reunion.
somebody in the
BIG BRO to aShe
said: “I’m
house – who
HOST Emma
looking
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could go on the show
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but she ruled out a
side and that
too.
second appearance
by Kate Price.
would be very
“Having sex
moving in my
on TV, I might
BURST situation.”
draw the line at
Amanda and Jess
that,
but
who
won immunity in next
knows?”
But she revealed: “In nor- week’s evictions during the
mal life, outside the house, I first live trial.
They were quickest to “fix
can go out and guys will
just chat me up and guys the power” in the house by
connecting wires to a
treat me as they find me.
“If they Google me or switchboard.
Unimpressed Ann dubbed
someone tells them about
my past, their attitude can the new CBB house an
change. It leaves women “Ikea showroom” when
she entered last night and
like me in love limbo.
“A gay guy won’t be inter- told host Emma Willis she
ested in me because he’s wished there were men in
interested in guys. I’m in- there.
antony.thrower@dailystar.co.uk
terested in straight guys.”
Picture: GERARD FARRELL
**
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
‘I’LL GET ME A GUY’: India’s love hunt
HOT TIPS: Jonny Mitchell, Andrew Brady, Ginuwine, Kieran Hayler and Rodrigo Alves are set to appear
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THE ex-Made In Chelsea star, 30, says:
“People who know me from the show
might think, ‘What has she got to be
sad about?’ But even when your life
looks perfect from the outside, it often
isn’t the case.”
Single, counts David Walliams as an
ex. Odds: 10-1
HUNKS TO HIT THE BUNKS
LOVE Island’s Jonny Mitchell
is one of the first male
celebrities expected to enter
the house on Friday.
The 26-year-old star found
romance on the summer show
with Camilla Thurlow and
Tyla Carr. Also tipped to enter
is Apprentice star Andrew
Brady and R&B singer
Ginuwine, real name Elgin
Baylor Lumpkin.
Producers hope the womaniser will find romance in the
house after fathering nine
children with five women.
Kate Price’s estranged
husband Kieran Hayler is also
being tipped to appear along
with human Ken doll Rodrigo
Alves, 33.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Pictures: SPLASH
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Hardy
Vardy
JUNGLE babe
„braves
Rebekah Vardy
the cold
weather as she gets
back to the day job
following her reality
telly stint.
The WAG wore an
oversized jacket to
cover her racy black
underwear.
I’m A Celebrity star
Rebekah, 35, married
to Leicester striker Jamie
Vardy, later had a giggle
with the crew on the set of
the photo-shoot in London
yesterday.
„
DRINK-DRIVE
SINCLAIR IN
COP
RACE
JIBE
Ace wets himself as arrested
® by JERRY LAWTON
MATCH Of The Day pundit
Trevor Sinclair was axed
by the BBC yesterday after
calling a policeman a
“white c***”.
The ex-England and Manchester
City footballer wet himself in a
police car after he was caught
twice drink-driving.
Sinclair – who has worked for Show
Racism The Red Card – accused police
of racism and asked the officer who
arrested him: “Is it because I am
black?’’
As he was transferred to the back of
a police van he became “more confrontational and aggressive” and
branded the officer a “white c***”, a
court heard.
The 44-year-old, who also played for
West Ham and QPR, admitted drinkdriving and using racially aggravated
threatening, abusive or insulting
words or behaviour towards a police
officer when he appeared at Blackpool
Magistrates’ Court. He was given 150
BANNED: Former footballer Sinclair
hours’ community service and banned
from driving for 20 months.
He was also ordered to pay arresting
officer Pc Gareth Evans £500 in compensation.
The prosecution dropped other
charges including assaulting a police
officer, failing to provide a specimen
STAR KICKED WAG
LIVERPOOL star Jon Flanagan kicked his
®
girlfriend in a prolonged assault, a court
heard. The 25-year-old pleaded guilty to
GUILTY: Flanagan
common assault following a drunken attack on
Rachael Wall in the city at 3.20am on Friday,
December 22.
District Judge Wendy Lloyd – who was given a
breakdown of CCTV of the incident at Liverpool
Magistrates’ Court – asked for a report ahead of
sentencing on January 17.
Judge Lloyd added: “This is a prolonged
assault, not just one episode of violence. I
need to be reassured this will never be repeated.”
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and criminal damage. District Judge
Jeff Brailsford told Sinclair his use of
language had been “particularly sad”
when the footballer had worked long
hours to combat racism.
Last night a BBC spokesman said he
had been employed on a freelance
basis and they had no scheduled plans
to use him on Match Of The Day or
Final Score.
Jim Mowbray, prosecuting, said
police found Sinclair’s Tesla X60d car
in the middle of the road in Blackpool
after he collided with a woman who
stepped into his path when she got out
of a taxi.
Pc Evans said: “I asked Mr Sinclair
what had happened.
“It appeared to me he was drunk, unsteady on his feet and his eyes were
glazed.’’
A roadside breath test showed 72mcg
(micrograms) of alcohol in 100ml
(millilitres) of breath – the legal limit
being 35mcg.
As he searched him, Pc Evans discovered Sinclair’s trousers were wet
and that he had urinated while sitting
in the police car.
A van was called for and the footballer called the officer a “white c***” as
the doors were closed on him.
Pc Evans described Sinclair’s behaviour as “awful”, adding: “I’m not a
racist. His behaviour was extremely
racist.’’
Following the incident the footballer
tweeted: “Racist old bill all over the
Sinclair residence again tonight.
Thank god as a black man ive not fallen asleep again.’’
Nick Freeman, mitigating, said Sinclair, from Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, was “totally appalled at his
behaviour”.
“He’s embarrassed, genuinely contrite and first and foremost would like
to apologise to Pc Evans.”
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
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Spectacular sun & moon – but then...
VICTIM: Iuliana Tudos
Man on
pub girl
murder
charge
STAR
A CLOTHING
firm based in
Cornwall has sent
swimming trunks to
Donald Trump and
North Korea’s Kim
Jung-un featuring
each other’s faces in
a world peace bid.
BURST
Beeb top
delivery
CALL The Midwife has
won the Christmas Day
ratings battle for the
BBC for the second year
in a row.
More than 9.6million
people tuned in to the
period hospital drama
– pipping fellow BBC show
Mrs Brown’s Boys with
9m into second.
BBC One also scooped up
third and fourth position
with the Strictly Christmas
special (8.3m) and
EastEnders (8.1m).
ITV’s top performer was
Corrie with 7m.
STAR NETS LOTTO!
PRESTON North End’s
Kevin O’Connor, 22, won
1million Euros in the Irish
lotto, months after moving
to the Championship side.
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RED
ALERT :
Cambridge
Fens near Ely
ALL EL BREAKS
LOOSE
Storm Eleanor blasts in
® by RUTH McKEE
BRITAIN is braced for a deadly
battering from Storm Eleanor
today as it blasts the country
with 90mph winds.
Forecasters warned there was a “danger
to life” as hurricane-force gales sweep in
from the Atlantic.
People are being urged to “stay indoors” as
much as possible amid fears of widespread
road and rail chaos, and damage caused by
debris. And coastal areas have been warned of
the danger of flooding, with “treacherous
conditions” along the coast yesterday.
Weather experts warned things were going
to get worse today, with yellow warnings
issued for large areas of England, Wales,
Northern Ireland and southern Scotland.
Last night, a woman was fighting for life
after being swept into the sea. The holidaymaker was hit by a freak wave as she walked
on The Lizard in Cornwall on New Year’s Day.
Initial reports said she had died, but it was
later revealed she is on a life-support machine
in hospital in Truro.
Meanwhile, forecasters warned that the
storm will trigger power cuts, and mobile
phone masts could be brought down.
The Met Office said: “Wednesday daytime
sees a very blustery day, with squally gusts
accompanying showers in many areas.”
They said 80-90mph gusts were possible on
exposed Irish Sea coasts, with inland gusts
forecast to exceed 60mph, adding: “Power cuts
and disruption to other services – mobile
phones for example – may also occur, while
injuries from flying debris are possible.”
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CALM BEFORE THE
STORM: Glasto Tor.
Left, Putney, west London,
below Godrevy near St
Ives, Cornwall
The Environment Agency issued 53 flood
warnings covering miles of coastline, with
high tides combining with torrential rain.
Cumbria and Lancashire were expected to
be worst hit.
The Met Office added: “It is likely that some
western coastal communities will be affected
by large waves and spray, and again there is
a chance that injuries and danger to life
could occur from large waves, or beach
material being thrown on to seafronts and
coastal properties.”
Last night sea ferry crossings from Holyhead
to Anglesey were cancelled due to high winds.
And the vital Orwell Bridge in Suffolk was
also closed overnight.
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
Pictures: GEOFF ROBINSON; SWNS; APEX; LNP
A 31-YEAR-old man was
due in court today after
being charged with the
murder of a pub worker.
Kasim Lewis, of Friern
Barnet, north London,
will appear at Wimbledon
Magistrates’ Court
following the death of
Iuliana Tudos, 22.
Ms Tudos, who also called
herself Julie, was found
dead in Finsbury Park,
near her north London
home, last Wednesday
having been missing since
December 24.
A post-mortem
examination gave the
cause of death as a stab
wound to the abdomen and
a head injury.
Ms Tudos, who police
said was of Russian and
Greek origin, was last seen
by friends at around 8pm
on Christmas Eve when
she headed for a bus home
from Camden.
She was due to meet them
at another friend’s home in
Enfield, north London,
later that evening before
spending Christmas Day
there, but never arrived.
Police said CCTV footage
showed her on the
periphery of the park
shortly after 8.20pm. Her
body was found three days
later in a disused building
in its grounds.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
THE WIFE
KILLER
Brute faces death in jail
A SERIAL killer faces dying in
jail after bumping off a third
lover, it emerged yesterday.
Theodore Johnson, 64, battered
mum-of-four Angela Best, 51, with a
claw hammer before throttling her to
death with a dressing gown cord when
she started up a new relationship after
they split.
He then threw himself under an express
train at Cheshunt railway station, Herts,
but survived despite suffering horrific
injuries.
When police went to his home in Islington, north London, they found Angela’s
body in the living room with a belt still
wrapped around her neck and a bloodstained hammer nearby.
A post mortem revealed she had been hit
at least six times over the head with the
tool. Wheelchair-bound Johnson initially
admitted manslaughter by diminished responsibility and denied murder. But he
® by JERRY LAWTON
changed his plea to the more serious charge
to guilty on the first day of his trial at the
Old Bailey yesterday.
The court heard the garage worker has
been previously convicted of the manslaughters of two previous partners.
He killed wife Yvonne Johnson in November 1981 when he shoved her off the
balcony of their ninth-floor flat in Wolverhampton after smashing a vase over her
head during a row.
Twelve years later he was convicted of
killing new partner Yvonne Bennett – the
mother of his child – due to diminished
responsibility because he was suffering
depression and a personality disorder.
He strangled her with a belt after she had
an affair with another man in an attack
chillingly similar to the one he was to
launch on Angela, 23 years later.
Johnson will be sentenced on Friday.
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
Hayley
Hoff to
work...
THE daughter of
„
Baywatch legend
David Hasselhoff, inset,
clearly shares her dad’s
love of the beach – and his
fondness for showing
off his physique.
Plus-sized
model
Hayley, 25,
flaunted her
curves in a
plunging top
for a shoot
on the sand on
the Indonesian
island of Bali.
„
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Horror
car ram
suspect
kill rap
Picture: GETTY
ACCUSED: Noori
LAME, SET & MATCH
FOR CROCKED ANDY
Fans’ fears as hip
hell rocks Murray
A MAN accused of
ploughing a car into
pedestrians has been
charged with murder
following the death of a
pensioner injured in the
incident.
Saeed Noori, 32, was
charged with 18 counts of
attempted murder
following last month’s
incident outside Flinders
Street station in
Melbourne, which injured
19 people.
Detectives in Victoria
upgraded one of the
charges following the death
of an 83-year-old from the
city on December 29.
The charge was filed at
Melbourne Magistrates’
Court yesterday.
Noori, a former Afghan
refugee who is now an
Australian citizen, also
faces one charge of
conduct endangering life.
The defendant, from the
Heidelberg West area of
Melbourne, has been
remanded in custody to
appear in court again on
May 30.
Of those injured in the
incident on December 21,
nine were foreign
nationals.
Three people remain in
hospital.
TENNIS hero Sir Andy
Murray sparked fears
his glittering career
could be over after spilling his heart out on his
battle with a hip injury.
The two-time Wimbledon
champ was flooded with messages of support as he told
fans how he is “really hurting
inside” after six months out.
The 30-year-old said in an emotional message he would
give anything to be
back out there and
misses the game.
Alongside the Instagram message
he uploaded a
snap of him as a
schoolboy, right,
which he chose
because “the little
kid inside me just
wants to play tennis and compete”.
Fans swamped social
media in reaction, paying
tribute to the British No1, with
some fearing he could be forced
to retire.
One said: “This is brave, open
and honest from Andy.
“It shows a sportsman hurting
because he can’t do what he
loves.
“I think it’s very worrying but
keeping everything crossed.”
Another wrote: “Very sad to see
Britain’s best ever tennis player
succumbing to the nightmare
STAR
A RARE copy
of the 800-yearold Magna Carta has
been purchased for
£3,400 at auction by
Canterbury Cathedral’s
archives team and has
been returned to the
cathedral library.
BURST
Nick’s hit
by crime
BRITAIN’S biggest prison
has been hit by 130 offences
since it opened 10 months
ago.
The spate of crimes at
HMP Berwyn in Wrexham
is so bad that four police
officers have been based
inside.
Offences in the nick,
which holds 2,106 men,
include assaults on staff,
possession of drugs and
possession of mobile
phones.
But Chief Insp Dave Jolly
said increases were largely
down to greater accuracy
in recording crimes.
NEW YEAR’S HEAVE
A GRIEVING man dug up
his cousin’s body from a
graveyard so he could see
in the New Year with him
in Santa Marta, Colombia.
®Ê
AGONY:
Sir Andy
spoke about
his hip fight on
Instagram, right
® by ED RILEY
hip.” And another post read:
“Your Instagram post is so sad,
we all feel for you.”
Sir Andy has struggled with a
hip injury since May last year,
and has not played a competitive
match since Wimbledon in the
summer.
The star has now pulled out of
the
Brisbane
International
played Down Under, seen as a
warm-up to the Australian Open.
He is desperate to avoid
surgery, saying the
chances of a “successful outcome are
not as high as I
would like”.
He added: “Every time I wake up
from sleeping or
napping I hope
that it’s better
and it’s quite
demoralising when
you get on the court
it’s not at the level you
need it.
“I wanted to keep everyone in
the loop and get this off my
chest.
“Hope to see you back on the
court soon.”
Murray, who started 2017 as the
world No1, has slipped down to
16th in the rankings.
The dad of two, married to Kim
Sears, was knighted in last year’s
New Year’s Honours for his services to the sport and charity.
ed.riley@dailystar.co.uk
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10
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Boob job
plug rap
Lily’s in
bloom...
8;98EA
A TV ad for cosmetic
surgery that exploited new
mums’ fears about their
bodies has been banned.
The advert by Transform
featured mum Lou Newton,
34, who had breast surgery
as a way to return to her
pre-pregnancy figure.
The Manchester firm was
told not to show it again by
the Advertising Standards
Authority. Transform
Cosmetic Surgery, which
trades as Transform, said
the ad was genuine.
Love ‘not
science’
8;98EB
AN advert for the dating
site eHarmony has been
banned because love
cannot be “scientifically
proven”.
The London Underground billboard suggested
singles would have a much
better chance of finding
lasting romance if they
used the service.
But its claim to have a
“scientifically proven
matching system”
was misleading, the
Advertising Standards
Authority has ruled.
WHATEVER the
„
weather outside, Lily
Aldridge is set to make
temperatures soar in her
latest photo-shoot.
The US model, 32,
showed off her curves
in an advert for Victoria’s
Secret. And Lily, the wife of
Kings of Leon rocker Caleb
Followill, looks to bloom
throughout the year.
„
SEAPLANE ‘STALLED’
® by ED RILEY
AIR crash experts think the
seaplane that plunged into a
river and wiped out a Brit
family may have stalled.
Investigators said the aircraft
could have banked too steeply
before witnesses saw it nosedive
into the water near Sydney.
VICTIM: Richard
It sunk in seconds killing businessman Richard Cousins, 58, his fiancée
Emma Bowden, her daughter Heather,
11, and his sons Ed, 23, and William, 25.
Authorities are also now probing links
to a tragedy in Canada two years ago
Link to 2nd Brit crash tragedy
when another British family were killed
when the same model of plane crashed.
Kevin Bowe, of the Seaplane Pilots
Association of Australia, said the most
likely cause of the crash was the single
engine DHC-2 Beaver banking too steeply or too slowly.
He said: “It is quite hilly in that area
and a downdraft may have caught the
pilot out.
“If you get a situation like this and it
nosedives, it goes straight to the
bottom.” Operator Sydney Seaplanes
grounded all its aircraft as the investigation into the crash, in which the pilot
Gareth Morgan also died, was
launched.
Stars including actor Leonardo
DiCaprio and singer Ed Sheeran have
flown with the firm.
Boss Aaron Shaw said the company
had a “previously unblemished” safety
record.
ed.riley@dailystar.co.uk
TRAGIC: Emma
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
ACCUSED: Searle
Ex-Ukip
man on
wife kill
charge
A FORMER Ukip county
councillor and parliamentary candidate appeared in
court yesterday charged
with murdering his wife.
Ex-Royal Marine Stephen
Searle, 64, was remanded
in custody.
His wife Anne, 62, was
found dead by police on
Saturday night at the
£400,000 home they shared
in Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Searle appeared in court
in Ipswich via a video link.
He spoke only to confirm
his name, date of birth and
address.
Magistrates remanded
him in custody to appear
today at Ipswich Crown
Court.
Searle was elected as
Suffolk county councillor
for Ukip in 2013, winning
the Stowmarket South
ward by one vote.
He advertised himself in
election literature as
“Stephen Searle, former
Royal Marine commando.
He fought for his country –
now he’s fighting for you.”
Father-of-three Searle lost
his council seat in local
elections last May.
He also ran for election as
MP for Central Suffolk and
North Ipswich in June, but
came last out of five
candidates, with just 2.9%
of the vote.
STAR
LEARNER
Simon Cannon,
34, took pregnant
Rebecca Bird, 34, on a
four-mile detour to give
birth to daughter Melody
at a hospital in Burnley
– as he can’t drive on
motorways.
BURST
Sex row
train rap
VIRGIN Trains apologised
for not taking a complaint
of sexism seriously.
Emily Cole complained
after a train manager
called her “honey”.
But the company replied:
“Sorry for the mess-up
Emily, would you prefer
‘pet’ or ‘love’ next time?”
The Twitter row came on
the same day as the largest
fare rise in five years.
Virgin tweeted later: “We
apologise unreservedly for
this tweet and for the
offence caused.”
RING FOR HELP...
FIREFIGHTERS spent six
hours helping remove a ring
from a man’s penis after
they were called to the A&E
at Ipswich Hospital, Suffolk.
What happens
if you’re drunk
at World Cup
®ÊÊ
ROUGH
JUSTICE:
Nurse checks on
drunk tied to bed.
Below, drinkers are
restrained and
breath tested
RUSSIANS ISSUE A SOBERING
WARNING TO ENGLAND FANS
SHOCKING photos reveal the prisonstyle “drunk tanks” waiting for boozedup England fans at the World Cup.
Plans are under way in Russian cities to get
intoxicated supporters into “sobering centres”.
Pictures reveal the horrors facing travelling fans who
enjoy too much beer and vodka. They will be dragged
into the detox centres by armed police sweeping the
streets for drunks, and held overnight.
Inebriated supporters will be breath-tested and have
their passports and money taken away before being
detained. They will then
be ordered to lie on beds ® by ALEXANDER BROWN
with dozens of other
One said: “Any violence or
drunks.
The worst offenders will misbehaviour and we
be tied down, while special press a red button.
“This
summons
the
filtered air is pumped into
the room to get rid of police who take them off
to the cells.”
booze fumes.
The aim of the centres is
Fans can refuse to go to
the centres, but they then to take pressure off the
face fines and even prison. police and hospitals.
Since opening two years
One of the sobering
centres is in the city of ago, the Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod, where sobering centre has seen
almost 20,000 drunks
England will play
detained.
Panama on June
Similar
cen24. The centre’s
tres were comdirector Mikmon
before
hail Bulukthe end of
ov insisted
Soviet rule
they would
and are now
“welcome
growing
the
Engagain
in
land fans”.
use.
He said:
During the
“We will ofSoviet era staff
fer them our
at the sobering
best
Russian
houses would strip
hospitality.
visitors and strap them
“Drunks
should
bear in mind that we offer to the beds.
Alcohol and drug tsar
a higher level of comfort
Evgeny Bryun has called
than in police cells.
“The aim is to ensure our for the centres to be opened
clients do not harm them- across the country in time
selves or anyone else out for the World Cup.
In Britain, the NHS
on the streets.”
But guards inside the has previously considered
centre have warned that the use of similar units
boozed-up fans will be to stop hospitals having
monitored and can be to deal with hungover
dragged off by police at patients.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
NICK Jonas’ new album
will provide his fans with
a huge party anthem.
He revealed: “The last
body of work was very
much a break-up album
and heavy in some ways.
“This one feels lighter
and I think touches on an
excitement I feel about
this next chapter of my
life and the journey that
I’m going on.
“Something that will
really showcase this
moment in my life and
hopefully be a party
soundtrack for them.”
After starring in
Jumanji: Welcome To
The Jungle, Nick also
revealed he’s been
offered more acting roles.
He said: “There’s
some real opportunity
and momentum on the
acting side of things,
and I’d love to ride that
out and see where that
goes.
“But also, music is a
first love and will always
be there.”
Picture: WIREIMAGE
PART YING
WITH NICK
PARIS Hilton is
engaged after model
Chris Zylka popped
the question in Aspen,
Colorado, during a
ski break.
She gushed: “I am so
d
excited to be engage
to the love of my life
d!”
frien
t
and my bes
WORLD
JUSTIN Timberlake’s new album will
drop February 2, just
two days before he
headlines the Super
Bowl Halftime Show.
He teased Man Of
The Woods is his
most personal LP
so far.
WORLD
Idris Jax
it in for
Jones
ELBA CALLS TUNE ON
BIG DANCE ANTHEM
IDRIS Elba will make his
debut
into
mainstream
music later this year.
With the forthcoming series of
Luther rumoured to be the last, the
actor and part-time DJ could be
stepping away from TV to focus on
his love of music.
Idris – who stars in Hollywood blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War this
spring – is teaming up with No1 DJ
Jax Jones for a huge dance
anthem, after bonding backstage at a festival at Eastnor
Castle in Herefordshire
last summer.
Jax told me: “We hung
out at El Dorado, he DJ’d
after me, he was mad cool
and we had a few drinks
and stuff, it was pretty
chilled we got on straight
away.
“And then I saw he had a
new film out called Molly’s
Game so I went down on the
red carpet to support
him, we spoke again, got a picture with
him and stuff.
“We started chatting about hooking
up, he seems interested.
“I pinged him an email with some
ideas, so hopefully that can happen
this year.”
Idris will start filming the next
season of Luther next month and
Avengers is out in April so Jax is hoping they could have a banger ready for
festival season.
He said: “It’s always good to have
new music for the summer, of
course.
“I would love to get Idris
just speaking on a record,
some sort of social commentary too a bit like Baz Luhrmann’s Wear Sunscreen.”
Plus
Idris
is
also
rumoured to be working
with king of grime Stormzy
after they hung out just
before Christmas.
Jax’s latest hit Breathe
featuring Ina Wroldsen is
out now.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
13
JAMES CABOOTER’S
with SAM MAYERS
Stars show that
life’s a beach
JAMMY celebs are beating the
January blues with luxury
holidays.
Unlike the rest of us these lucky
stars have delayed getting back
to work and instead are seeing
the new year in from their
sunloungers.
Hollywood megastar Mark
Wahlberg, right, showed off his
washboard abs and posed for
plenty of snaps with fans in
Barbados, where former Made In
Chelsea star Kimberley Garner,
right, is also
enjoying being a
beach bum. While
Selena Gomez
headed to Mexico
with her girls, top
right, but later snuck off
with boyfriend Justin
Bieber, who flew out to
meet her there.
Charli XCX, below, is living up
to her resolution to “party
harder” in Bali, and Hailey
Baldwin matches her pink hair
with her bikini in Miami, above.
Pictures: BACKGRID; MEGA
Liam rejects
‘olive branch’
NOW they’ve kissed and made up Noel
Gallagher has been offering his little
bro some songs as a peace offering.
Liam confirmed his sibling has slung
some unwanted tracks his way, however
he’s not interested in the olive branch.
The Wall Of Glass hitmaker said: “Oh
yeah he’s changed his f***ing tune. If
they’re like the cosmic nonsense he can
keep hold of them.”
I don’t think they’re quite there yet.
Kim & Kanye
son’s scare
THE end of 2017 wasn’t a time for celebration for the Kardashian-West
family after one of their tots fell ill.
Kim and Kanye’s son Saint spent
three days in hospital in Los Angeles
suffering from pneumonia.
Kim praised the hospital staff and
added: “Our end of year was challenging. Pneumonia is scary.”
„Ê
5 After Midnight star
Kieran Alleyne has vowed
to change his lifestyle after he
was diagnosed with a heart
condition.
The X Factor star is determined
to work on his health after being
told he has bradycardia, which
causes a slow and
irregular heartbeat.
He spent 14
hours in
hospital having
scans, adding:
“Focus is on
getting super
healthy now ima
sort this heart of
mine out!!”
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
CHEF NUT
ROASTED!
Boast about spiking vegan dish
® by ANTONY THROWER
A CHEF has received death threats from
around the world after boasting of spiking
a vegan group’s dinners.
Restaurant co-owner Laura Goodman said she had
lied to customers after a clash with one of them.
She went on to add the “pious, judgmental vegan” had
gone to bed “still believing she’s a vegan”, but she insisted
the meal was spiked with cheese and not meat.
Angry customers have flooded TripAdvisor and Google
pages with negative reviews of the Carlini in Shifnal,
Shrop. The restaurant has now deleted its Facebook page
after her post went viral.
THREATENED: Goodman
Police were called in last night after the chef
received death threats. Ms
Goodman’s fiancé said she
was “suicidal”.
He added: “Our world has
been turned upside down
with death threats, threats
of violence, threats of lawsuits from all around the
world.”
One post said: “Feeding a
non-vegan meal to someone
who has made the compassionate or potentially even
medical choice not to eat
animal products intentionally is disgraceful.”
A Shropshire Council
spokesman said: “We are
currently investigating.”
antony.thrower@dailystar.co.uk
FOOD FIGHT: The restaurant and part of her post
Pictures: JAM PRESS
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Cheek
tricks
of light
„Ê
A JOKER
appears to
grab a woman’s
bum – but in fact
it’s all just a trick of
the light.
It’s one of a
collection of
innocent images
that have taken an
X-rated turn.
Then there’s a
couple playing
beer pong but the
shadow looks far
more raunchy. And
the shadow of a cat
becomes a wolf.
„Ê
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
CRUEL PIERS MOCKS
SEX CHANGE
CAITLYN
Taunts with male doll
Candy
looks
swell
® by RUTH McKEE
PIERS Morgan sparked a bust-up
with former Olympic champion
Caitlyn Jenner after mocking her
sex change operation.
Two years ago the Keeping Up With The
Kardashians star first came out as being
transgender.
Before her transition to a woman she had
scooped an Olympic gold medal for the
decathlon in 1976.
In a tell-all interview with the former athlete, the outspoken telly presenter taunted
her with an old action figure doll of her American Olympic hero former self, Bruce Jenner,
rolled out after his 70s sports win.
The provocative host teased on his Life
Stories TV show: “How does your physique
compare now. Obviously certain areas..?”
But the author and former American Football player slammed the sneering host.
CLASH: Piers on show with Caitlyn
She fumed: “See you made a comment there
and that is why you would
get in trouble. OK?”
Turning on the Good
Morning Britain presenter
she stormed: “You just said,
Only
‘Certain areas?’
“That to a trans person is
disrespectful.
“It is not funny. It is life. It
is a very serious part of my
life. I take that very seriously and so out of respect
That’s half the
to myself and the commuprice of Lotto!
nity it is not something that
you joke about.
“It is something as I said
before... this is serious. You
can die over this issue.”
The 68-year-old told the
pushy presenter: “It is not a
joke,” before telling him
that she was trying to educate him on an issue he
knows little about.
MODEL Candice
„
Swanepoel shows
off her growing baby
bump as she takes an
afternoon stroll on the
beach.
The Victoria’s Secret
Angel sported a red
spotted bikini top with a
pair of white trousers
that showed off her long
legs to a tee.
Candice, 29, who
was snapped on the
sands in Brazil, first
revealed last month that
she is pregnant with her
second child with
husband Hermann
Nicoli.
„
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Pictures: BACKGRID
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
SABOTAGE: Squirrel
Car hit
by real
nutters
A HOLIDAYMAKER
returned to find his
car would not start
after squirrels stuffed
it with hundreds of
acorns.
They were in the
Golf’s gearbox, glove
compartment and
under the bonnet.
The stash was
discovered when
Andrew Wilkins, an
estate agent from
Reigate in Surrey, took
his car to a garage
because he could not
change gear easily.
He said: “Within
30 seconds, the
mechanics were
gathered around the
car having a laugh.”
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She insisted: “I am trying
to help you here Piers.”
And in a shock move the
gobby interviewer took the
tongue-lashing on the chin
and even admitted he was
in the wrong.
A humbled Piers said: “I
would not have known that.
I was thinking I could make
a flippant remark and I
respect that.”
The activist also slapped
him down for his insensitive attitude.
She said: “There is a lot of
pain in my life that I dealt
with and it was not a joke
and all the things I have
done I take very seriously
as it affects a lot of people.”
And she revealed the emotional turmoil had been so
intense that she even considered taking her own life
at one point.
She confessed: “I thought
about suicide. That is the
easy way out. That is how
low you can get.
“Sometimes people do succeed in that and I thought,
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taken.”
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13 MONKEYS
DEAD IN ZOO
FIRE HORROR
Colony wiped out
AN entire colony of
monkeys died after fire
ripped through a zoo
yesterday.
The 13 animals were trapped
in their cage when the roof
of a burning outbuilding
collapsed.
‘DEVASTATING’: Monkeys were trapped
Fire broke out in the early
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It was spotted by security
guards during a routine patrol
at about 2.30am.
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could be saved.
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A fire spokesman said that the
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monkeys “was well alight and
its roof had fallen in” by the
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‘I was bombed to bits
and shouldn’t be here’
BUMPING TERROR
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A BOMB victim crippled
by 22 metal bolts admitted last night: “I should
not be here.”
Martin Hibbert, 41, revealed
that bumping into suicide
bomber Salman Abedi had
saved his life.
The collision forced the dad of
one to change course and diverted
him away when Abedi set off his
rucksack bomb at the Manchester
Arena.
Martin was just 2ft outside the
blast zone where 22 people died
and the closest person to the
bomber to survive.
The football agent, from Heath
Charnock, Lancs, was told he will
never walk again but was allowed
home for Christmas.
He said: “You either get on with
it or you don’t and I’ve never been
one to lie around in self-pity.
“I’m only 41, I’ve still got a lot
to do. I’ve still got the use of my
hands thankfully and I can still
talk and think.”
“We actually bumped into
the terrorist.
“I brushed shoulders
with him so instead of
going straight on we
went a different way
and that’s what probably saved our lives.
“We were only 2ft
outside the blast
zone where everybody died.
“I knew straight
away it was a
bomb.
“Everything
was blurry. I
had ringing in
my ears.”
Martin continued:
“I
must have
gone unconscious ath
s o m e h
point and
when
I
woke up I
was laid on
my side and I couldn’t move.
“I was pretty much bleeding to
death.
“One of the coppers said to me
afterward: ‘Never underestimate
how serious it was, it’s literally
like somebody shooting you 22
times’.”
By the time he arrived at hospital he had lost so much blood he
was barely alive.
He said: “I pretty much had
nothing in me blood wise. I
shouldn’t be here.”
A HOMELESS man dubbed a
hero of the bombing is due to
stand trial at Manchester Crown
Court today accused of stealing
from victims.
Chris Parker, 33, is accused of
taking Pauline Healey’s purse as
her grand-daughter Sorrell Leczkowski, 14, lay dying, and stealing
a mobile phone belonging to a
teenage girl.
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I could scream when Bradley
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second if he said right. Shirley
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Noel Gallagher moving back
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wark, jackie long & alice lowe
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Am I the only guy existing
that thinks KK bum is so
awful? bilbo
Andy williams is the singer
in the polar bear ad, great
voice, sadly no longer with us.
pompeyjohn
re. I think andy williams sang
the impossible dream, as did
the Sensational Alex Harvey
Band. And their album of the
same name. Daddydinks
polar bear advert singer is
Andy Williams. danth man
jack Jones sings the impossle
dream on polar bear skating
advert which is a masterpiece.
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I’m pleased for FUNKY LEVEN, a leopard never changes
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have been publicly vilified for objecting
to his nephew wearing a girl’s princess
dress, because any person in their right
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mind would wholeheartedly agree with
these stabbings in london r down him on the matter. Lee James White2 the rise in feral gang culture! house, Rushall, West Midlands
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clive sweeney, basildon
Another 4 murders in London and
pictures of the new year fireworks
it will just carry on until a Govern- displays around the world? and you
ment has the guts to bring back the
cannot even smoke a “fag” in
rope. SCOUSE
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Mr Muscle what have u done with
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the 6th January instead of clearing all think you can find it? geordie ray
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the Christmas things out ready for their
with a Dusty Springfield medley
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New years day and they were shut. Well One, One Just Doesn’t Know What to do
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Say One Loves One. Steve. London
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Ireland, it seems his real
“enemy” is back home on
the box.
He is sick of people on
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stories and whingeing
about their problems.
Speaking at the launch
of the new series of SAS:
Who Dares Wins, hardman
Ant said: “I don’t like reality
TV. Your Big Brothers and
Towie... stuff like that.
“I’ve got nothing against the
people, good luck to them. But I just
don’t want to hear about other
people’s problems.
Tempting
“I’ve got my own problems to deal
with, my own life to lead, so why the
hell would I want to know about
anyone else’s?”
And despite a tempting offer, he
won’t be doing Strictly either.
He said: “I’m not that kind of
high-end, glossy character.
“I’m in my area, a bit
rugged round the edges and
willing to strip myself
down to my bare bones to
succeed and fail. All that glitz,
glamour, the sequins, I’ll leave
for celebrities to do.”
The programme sees 25
“recruits” put through
gruelling physical and
psychological challenges
– like the ones Ant went
through in his career – to
see if they would be cut
out for the SAS.
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business manager brother Chris, both 28,
from Romford, east London.
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recruits had to choose to face
someone in the boxing ring.
And Ant revealed: “They stood
toe-to-toe in the ring for a fight and Chris
thought it was right to choose his brother
as his opponent.
“I don’t think I would have chosen
my brother, I’d rather see my brother
fight someone else. It’s an interesting
combo, that.”
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Tonight a new Channel 4 show lifts
the lid on the latest adventures of the
Radfords, Britain’s biggest family.
And viewers will see parents Sue, 42, and
Noel, 47, welcome in yet another new
arrival to their bulging brood – their 20th!
Noel says: “We’re addicted to having all
these kids. We just love it.”
The Radfords first began letting the
cameras in to chart life in their madcap
household five years ago when they had a
mere 16 sprogs.
Now they have Chris, 28, Sophie, 24, Chloe,
22, Jack, 20, Daniel, 18, Luke, 17, Millie, 16,
Katie, 15, James, 14, Ellie, 12, Aimee, 11,
Josh, 10, Max, nine, Tillie, seven, Oscar, six,
Casper, five, Hallie, two, and Phoebe, 18
months.
And the new outing of the reality show
sees the family, from Morecambe, Lancs,
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joined by 8lb 6oz Archie, who was born last
Autumn.
Sue and Noel first met when they were
just seven years old, growing up as neighbours. Eventually they started dating and
Sue fell pregnant at just 14, in 1989, giving
birth to her first child, Chris.
Hitched
After getting hitched to Noel at 17, the
pair just couldn’t get enough of having
children. Noel says: “We set out to maybe
have three children but enjoyed having the
kids around so just carried on.”
Noel had a vasectomy after their ninth
child – but had it reversed when the
couple’s love of little ones meant they
changed their minds and set about expanding the clan once more.
Four years ago Sue sadly lost a baby boy,
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Top row: dad Noel, 47, mum Sue,
42, Katie, 15, Phoebe, one, being
held by Chloe, 22, Millie, 16, Luke,
17, James, 14. Middle row: Jack,
20, Daniel, 18, Aimee, 11, Hallie,
two, Sophie’s eldest daughter
five, Ellie, 12. Bottom row:
Sophie, 24, holding her son, two,
Sophie’s daughter, three, Josh,
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weeks’ pregnant.
But it didn’t deter her from trying again
and the Radfords have gone on to have three
more. Despite being considered “high risk”
by doctors, Sue gave birth to Archie after
“just a few pushes” at the Royal Lancaster
Infirmary in September.
Perhaps surprisingly, given the number
of mouths to feed, the Radfords don’t claim
benefits – apart from child benefit.
They survive by running a pie-making
business, with older kids, Chloe and Daniel
chipping in to help run the firm. Sue says:
“Not all big families are on benefits. Most
work hard for what they’ve got.”
Nevertheless running their 10-bedroom
home – bought for £240,000 in 2004 – isn’t
easy.
The weekly shopping bill comes in at
around £250 and in that time they get
through 130 pints of milk, more than 20
loaves of bread, 14 boxes of cereal and 28
toilet rolls. The family, who get around in a
15-seater minivan, recently posted a video
of the festive chaos as the youngsters piled
into their sitting room to open their
Yuletide gifts.
Christmas dinner has to be served,
explains Noel, “like a conveyor belt”.
Each year they get through a whopping
three turkeys, 3.5 kilos of potatoes and 56
Yorkshire puddings!
Privacy
As well as the drama of Sue’s latest
pregnancy with Archie, the new show
charts the latest adventures of the Radfords
as they toy with moving from their noisy
house into an even bigger property – with
some of the youngsters craving more
privacy.
Somehow, amid cooking piles of sausages
for all those hungry nippers, the couple
even manage to organise a trip with their
super-sized family to Florida, as they celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.
In fact, despite the pressures on budgets,
the family enjoy a foreign holiday annually,
spending about £30,000 a year keeping the
kids clothed and fed.
However, Noel does admit to struggling to
remember all his children’s dates of birth.
On top of their own offspring, Sue and
Noel are now grandparents too.
Their second eldest, Sophie, who is
married to electrical wholesaler Joe Broadley, has three children.
But the Radfords say they are finally
thinking about calling it a day when it
comes to having any more children – saying
Archie could be their last.
Although Noel says he won’t be getting a
second vasectomy he admits: “It was going
to end at some point.”
While Sue says: “You have to stop
somewhere.”
So how do they cope?
She laughs: “You get used to it. To us, it is
completely normal everyday life.”
¬Ê20 Kids And Counting is on Channel 4 at
9pm tonight.
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6.00 Breakfast Headlines. (W) (S)
9.15 Rip Off Britain: Holidays
Exposing hotels breaking the law. (W)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Properties in the Midlands. (R) (W) (S)
11.00 Wanted Down Under (W) (S)
11.45 Close Calls: On Camera (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Two teams seek
out bargains in Berkshire. (AD) (R) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Local News, Weather
The latest regional bulletin. (S)
1.45 Doctors Rob and Karen have to
say an emotional goodbye. (AD) (W)
2.15 Father Brown The sleuth
must stop a much-loved institution
from going off the rails when the local
stationmaster is murdered. (W) (S)
3.00 I Escaped To The Country
Sonali Shah revisits the county of
Dorset to catch up with a couple. (W)
3.45 The Farmers’ Country
Showdown Daniel Reed from
Cornwall shows off his ducks. (W) (S)
4.30 Antiques Road Trip
Charlie Ross and James Braxton
travel to Sussex, Surrey and
Hampshire to browse for items
that they can sell for a profit at an
auction in Wokingham. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show in which
contestants try to score the fewest
points possible by giving the least
obvious correct answers to questions.
Presented by Alexander Armstrong.
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S)
6.00 Flog It! Trade Secrets (R) (S)
6.30 The Farmers’ Country
Showdown Two sheepdog trainers
put their four-legged friends through
their paces in a sheepdog trial. (R) (S)
7.15 Antiques Road Trip (R) (W)
8.00 Sign Zone: Fern Britton
Meets Gregory Porter
The singer-songwriter chats about
his upbringing. (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
11.00 Westminster Abbey (AD) (R)
12.00 Coast Nick Crane goes sea cliff
climbing on the rocks of Anglesey. (R)
12.10 FILM: School For
Scoundrels 1960 (U) A timid
company owner enrols at a college
that teaches life’s losers how to
be devious. Comedy, starring Ian
Carmichael and Terry-Thomas. (S)
1.45 The Wonder Of Animals (R)
2.15 Operation Wild Clare Balding
and vet Steve Leonard travel to South
Africa, where an injured giraffe must
be anaesthetised. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
3.15 Penguins – Spy In The
Huddle The second part of the
documentary sees the chicks hatching
and taking their first steps. (AD) (R)
4.15 Planet Earth II (AD) (R) (W)
5.15 Flog It! The antiques experts
travel to Grimsby Minster. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads Gameshow,
hosted by Jeremy Vine. (W) (S)
6.30 Great British Railway
Journeys Hearing the story of a
once-celebrated composer. (AD) (W)
6.00 Good Morning Britain
Anthony Head and his daughter Daisy
talk about starring together in new
ITV drama series, Girlfriends. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Lorraine Kelly is joined
by broadcaster Phil Spencer. (W) (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women Topical debate
from a female perspective. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
1.55 Local News, Weather (W) (S)
2.00 Midsomer Murders
When director Nick Cheyney is found
beheaded by a guillotine on the set of
his latest film, Barnaby and Jones are
left with no shortage of suspects. The
victim, it transpires, was on poor terms
with several people in some way
connected to the project, including
the mother of his child and an actor
who blamed him for ruining his career.
Guest starring Nicky Henson. (R) (W)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show, in
which contestants drop tokens down
a choice of four chutes in the hope of
winning a jackpot. (R) (W) (S)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as contestants James,
Robyn, Libby and Martin answer
general knowledge questions. (W) (S)
6.00 Local News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
6.20 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.10 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray refuses to take Debra to an
awards ceremony. (AD) (R,S)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
US comedy, with Ray Romano. (R,S)
8.30 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
9.00 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
9.35 Frasier US comedy. (R,S)
10.05 Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA (R,S)
11.00 Sun, Sea And Selling
Houses Casas Manuel shows a
couple three Spanish properties. (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Three couples from Somerset
take part in the competition. (R,S)
1.05 Posh Pawn A DJ seeks funds
to take her act worldwide. (R,S)
2.10 Countdown With Richard
Arnold in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo
A giraffe gives birth at the zoo. (R)
4.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun An engaged couple search for
a property on Florida’s gulf coast. (S)
5.00 Come Dine With Me
Four contestants host dinner parties
in Birmingham, with fisherwoman
Natalie kicking off the week, followed
by Dot, Damon and Theo. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons Comedy. (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Lily and Myra
involved in her fundraising mission.
6.00 Milkshake! Children’s fun.
9.15 Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles Tokka turns up looking
for her child Chompy. (R,S)
9.40 FILM: Primates Of The
Caribbean 2012 (PG) A monkey
joins forces with a band of simian
pirates to save his home from an
evil casino owner. Animated comedy,
with the voice of Jason J Lewis.
11.10 Pets Make You Laugh Out
Loud Clips of foul-mouthed parrots
and a water-skiing squirrel. (R,S)
11.45 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A man who has been smoking since
1954 visits the surgery. (AD) (R,S)
12.35 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.40 The Hotel Inspector
Alex Polizzi revamps a
struggling Bournemouth hotel. (R,S)
1.30 FILM: A Father’s Denial
2016 (PG) A single father struggles
to come to terms with his increasingly
distant 15-year-old daughter’s
behaviour. Starring Brady Smith. (W)
3.20 FILM: Drew Peterson:
Untouchable 2012 (12) Premiere.
Fact-based crime drama, starring
Rob Lowe and Kaley Cuoco. (W) (S)
5.00 5 News At 5 Headlines. (S)
5.35 Celebrity Carry On Barging
With narrow boat enthusiasts Simon
Callow, Nigel Havers, Debbie
McGee and Lorraine Chase. (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening’s headlines, including
coverage of sport and weather. (S)
CELEBRITY
MASTERMIND:
John Humphrys
asks the
questions,
7pm
RICK STEIN’S
ROAD TO
MEXICO:
The hosts
journey draws
to a close,
9pm
CORONATION
STREET:
Aidan reveals
he has lost the
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7.30pm
KIRSTIE AND
PHIL’S LOVE IT
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Kirstie meets
a family in
Scotland,
8pm
MARNIE
SIMPSON IN
THERAPY:
The reality star
talks about her
childhood,
10pm
7.00 Celebrity Mastermind
Chosen subjects include Dirty
Harry Films, Sex And The City
and Blackburn Rovers. (W)
7.30 A Question Of Sport
Guests include Charlotte
Edwards, Kieron Dyer, Andrew
Pozzi and Alex Goode. (W) (S)
7.00 Kate Humble: Off The
Beaten Track The presenter
travels to one of the least
populated areas in the UK. (W)
7.30 Christmas University
Challenge 2017
Jeremy Paxman presents a
special festive-themed quiz. (W)
7.00 Emmerdale Debbie feels
torn, Moira reacts badly to Cain’s
declaration and questions are
asked in the village. (AD) (W) (S)
7.30 Coronation Street
Luke is arrested and Sinead
can not take much more of
Chesney’s behaviour. (AD) (W)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 Starting Up, Starting
Over A couple decide to turn
their backs on their suburban lives
in London and move with their
two children to the Malvern Hills
on the Welsh border to open their
own brewery. (R,S) Followed by 5
News Update. Headlines. (S)
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8.00 EastEnders
Joyce feels unfestive and decides
to give the presents to charity –
but Ted has a better idea. (AD)
8.30 Would I Lie To You?
Guests include Nikki Fox, Miles
Jupp, Nish Kumar and Joe Lycett.
Hosted by Rob Brydon. (W) (S)
8.00 Tom Kerridge’s Lose
Weight For Good New series.
Chef Tom Kerridge recruits and
mentors a group of dieters. (AD)
8.30 Trust Me I’m A Doctor
New series. The experts find
out why fizzy drinks make
people eat more. (W) (S)
8.00 Exercise: New Year,
New You? Tonight
Helen Skelton investigates ill
health caused by inactivity. (W)
8.30 Coronation Street
Shocked by the state of Anna
when he visits her in prison, Gary
resolves to expose Phelan’s lies.
8.00 Kirstie And Phil’s Love
It Or List It New series. Kirstie
Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet
the Olliers from Stenhousemuir
in Scotland, where husband
and wife Steven and Mhairi are
undecided whether to sell their
home or renovate it. (AD) (S)
8.00 GPs: Behind Closed
Doors A patient seeks advice
about losing weight and doctors
treat a man who is experiencing
pain around his liver, concerned
that it may be down to his drinking
habits. (AD) (S) Followed by 5
News Update. Headlines. (S)
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9.00 Miriam’s Big American
Adventure New series.
Miriam begins her journey in
Chicago, as she goes in search
of the American dream and
investigates whether it still exists,
and questions why people would
want to achieve it at all. (AD) (W)
9.00 Rick Stein’s Road To
9.00 Girlfriends New series.
9.00 20 Kids And Counting
Mexico Rick’s heads east from
Drama following lifelong friends
Documentary following Britain’s
Oaxaca to the Yucatan Peninsula,
Linda, Gail and Sue, as they
biggest family, the Radfords,
where dishes like Papadzules and
support each other through
as Sue and Noel prepare for
Sikil Pak are enjoyed in villages
difficult moments in their lives.
the arrival of baby number 20.
across the countryside. Here, the
In the opening episode, Linda’s
However, since having a stillborn
locals feast of the hottest chilli of
world is turned upside down when
baby boy three years ago, Sue’s
them all, the Habanero. (AD) (W)
her husband vanishes. (AD) (W)
health is increasingly at risk. (AD)
9.00 Celebrity Big Brother
Highlights from launch night as
the familiar faces make their way
down the staircase into the house,
that for some will be their home
for the next few weeks and then
get acquainted with one another.
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10.00 BBC News At Ten (W) (S)
10.00 Mock The Week New
Year’s Eve Special With host
Dara O Briain and regulars Andy
Parsons and Hugh Dennis. (R)
10.30 Newsnight
Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Emily Maitlis. (W)
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10.30 Local News, Weather
10.45 FILM: Pretty Woman
1990 (15) A ruthless millionaire
hires a prostitute while on a
business trip. Realising she may
be useful in helping him keep up
a successful appearance, he pays 11.15 Inside The Factory
Gregg Wallace visits a factory
her to accompany him for a week
in Grimsby that produces nearly
as he associates with the rich and
80,000 fish fingers a day. He
powerful – but falls in love despite
also discover how frozen fish
their many differences. Romantic
is brought to the factory in
comedy, starring Richard Gere
compressed blocks. (AD) (R)
and Julia Roberts, with Ralph
Bellamy and Laura San Giacomo.
12.15
Sign Zone: Snow Bears
(AD) (W) (S) Followed by Weather
(AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S) 1.15 Sign
For The Week Ahead. (W) (S)
Zone: Sue Perkins And The Chimp
d`[e`^_k 12.45-6.00 BBC News The latest
national headlines, including sport
and weather updates. (W) (S)
Sanctuary (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
2.15 Sign Zone: Rick Stein’s Road
To Mexico (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
3.15-6.00 This Is BBC Two. Previews
of upcoming programmes. (W) (S)
10.00 ITV News, Weather (W)
10.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does
10.00 Marnie Simpson In
Countdown Christmas
Therapy Reality star Marnie
Special Jimmy Carr hosts the
Simpson seeks help from
comedy panel show’s version of
therapist Mandy Saligari. Marnie
10.30 Local News, Weather (W)
the words-and-numbers quiz, with
opens up about her fractured
Jon Richardson and Catherine
childhood after her parents split
10.45 Car Crash Britain:
Tate teaming up against Sean
up and the difficulties she then
Caught On Camera
Lock and Joe Wilkinson. (R,S)
faced in her teenage years. (S)
Jamie Theakston narrates the
11.05 Miranda Does Christmas 11.05 Celebrity Big Brother’s
documentary featuring another
A Christmas special hosted
Bit On The Side
selection of real-life incidents
by comedian Miranda Hart,
Rylan Clark-Neal presents the
captured by people on their
featuring a unique gospel choir
CBB companion show, including
personal cameras. (R) (W) (S)
performance and a festive version
celebrity guests’ thoughts on
of a Destiny’s Child classic.
the latest developments. (S)
11.40 Heathrow: Britain’s
Miranda also hits the streets to
Busiest Airport The behindspread Christmas cheer. (R,S)
the-scenes documentary returns
to Heathrow, following the lives
12.10
Ramsay’s Kitchen
12.05 Gold Digger And Proud
of the 76,000 staff. (R) (W) (S)
12.30 Jackpot247 Live interactive
gaming from the comfort of home.
(W) 3.00 Exercise: New Year, New
You? Tonight (R) (W) (S) 3.25 ITV
Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S)
Nightmares USA (R) (SL) (S)
1.00 Supershoppers Sales Special
(R) (SL) (S) 1.55 Shamed (R) (SL)
(S) 2.50 The Secret Life Of The Zoo
(AD) (R,S) 3.45 The Restoration
Man (AD) (R,S) 4.40 Location,
Location, Location (R,S) 5.35-6.20
Countdown. Word game. (R,S)
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GPs: Behind Closed Doors (AD)
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(R) (SL) (S) 5.35 Chinese Food
In Minutes (R) (SL) (S) 5.50-6.00
Access. Latest showbiz gossip. (S)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
8.10 My Wife And Kids Part two
of two. Vanessa hires a midwife. (S)
8.20 Gilmore Girls Comedy. (S)
9.15 Milkshake! Children’s fun.
10.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
11.05 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Will unwittingly becomes a soap actor.
11.40 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Will behaves like a child. US comedy.
12.05 According To Jim Cheryl
pressures Jim to return the money he
has been given for doing charity work.
12.35 Celebrity Big Brother:
Launch Emma Willis invites another
group of faces to move in together.
2.00 Police Interceptors
Kev Salter shows presenter Rick
Edwards how to spot a drunk driver.
3.00 Police Interceptors
Kev and Pete pursue a runaway car
into a pitch-black farmer’s field. (S)
4.00 FILM: Big Momma’s House
2 2006 (PG) Comedy sequel, starring
Martin Lawrence and Emily Procter.
6.00 Funniest Fails, Falls &
Flops This week’s collection of viral
videos features a junior weightlifter
who smashes a fish tank. (S)
6.30 Funniest Fails, Falls &
Flops This week’s collection of
videos focuses on the theme of being
in the wrong place at the wrong time.
7.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Will is ecstatic to have landed his
dream job with a friend of Philip. (S)
7.30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
US comedy, starring Will Smith. (S)
8.00 Fresh Off The Boat (S)
8.30 Fresh Off The Boat (S)
9.00 FILM: 2012 2009 (12)
A scientist learns the world is soon
to face a global cataclysm that will
wipe out the human race, but finds
the US president has plans to secretly
save a fraction of the population,
leaving everyone else to die. Disaster
movie, starring John Cusack. (S)
12.05 Sinkholes: Sucked To
Death (S) 1.05 Weather Terror:
Tornado Hell (S) 2.05 Sex Pod (S)
3.05 My Secret Sex Fantasy (S)
4.00 Teleshopping. Home shopping.
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6.00 Teleshopping Home goods.
9.00 Catch A Contractor
Adam Carolla serves up a stern
slice of justice for a contractor.
9.20 FILM: Jesse Stone:
Benefit Of The Doubt 2012 (12)
The troubled cop returns to his former
position as chief of police in the town
of Paradise and faces a perplexing
first case. Thriller, with Tom Selleck.
11.05 FILM: McBride: The
Chameleon Murder 2005
(PG) Crime drama, starring John
Larroquette, Marta DuBois, Annie
LaRussa and Devon Gummersall. (S)
12.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.00 Remington Steele
The sleuths investigate industrial
espionage in a family business.
2.00 NCIS The team investigates
the death of a Navy doctor and
Ducky’s initial investigation reveals
a telltale mark on the victim’s
carotid artery. David McCallum stars.
3.00 The Mentalist
Jane travels to Beirut with Lisbon
for a mission on which he must work
with old adversary Erica Flynn to
capture her boyfriend, a supplier of
arms and explosives to terrorists.
4.00 Rookie Blue The team
searches for a violent convict. (S)
5.00 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green investigate a shooting. (S)
6.00 Law & Order Police drama. (S)
7.00 NCIS: New Orleans A Navy
lieutenant’s death turns out to be
caused by the bubonic plague. (AD)
8.00 NCIS: New Orleans Pride
and the team investigate when an
armoured transport vehicle crashes.
9.00 Castle Crime drama, starring
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Crime drama.
10.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A teenager’s
body is found in the Hudson River.
11.55 Chicago PD A woman
discovers the body of a newborn child
in a duffel bag in the park, leading the
team to investigate a business.
12.50 Cedar Cove 1.50 Cedar Cove
2.50 Chicago Fire 3.50 Access 4.006.00 Teleshopping. Home goods.
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has been a lollipop lady – but it
channel – and basically goes, ooh,
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one another more than ever.
stone or two, you porker.
off tonight. This one’s called
This evening we’ve got TOM
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IN the build-up to Christmas
KERRIDGE’S LOSE WEIGHT
stars Zoe Wanamaker, Phyllis
®
we’re always inundated with
FOR GOOD (8pm, BBC2), a new
Logan and Miranda Richardson.
festive food shows, showing us
GIRLFRIENDS: ITV, 9pm
Old pals Gail, Linda and Sue
(that’s them) were once as thick
as thieves, but are now coming
together for the first time in years,
at a memorial service for Linda’s
husband, who, erm, fell off a
cruise ship.
Life has clearly treated each of
these women very differently in
the intervening years – Sue, for
example, has been a high-flyer
in the magazine world, while Gail
how to have our greatest seasonal
pig-out ever. Yummy Yuletide
specials such as Stuff Your Big
Fat Festive Face With Jamie, or
Eat Till You Actually Explode With
Nigella Lawson.
And then we all know what
happens next, don’t we? The tree
comes down, the decorations go
back in their box for another year
and someone pops up on our
telly – often the same blooming
series where the former oompaloompa of a chef advises us to
follow his special low-cal recipes.
Also, in EXERCISE: NEW YEAR,
NEW YOU? TONIGHT (8pm,
ITV), Helen Skelton reveals how
much harm we’re doing ourselves,
and the NHS, if we don’t make an
effort to burn off the blubber.
„ Don’t miss Mike’s exclusive column
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archive. 3.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 3.05 Pengelli. .
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6.00am Table 19 (2017) (12) Comedy,
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9.20 Kong: Skull Island (2017) (12)
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Hunter’s Prayer (2017) (15) Action
thriller, starring Sam Worthington. 3.55
Table 19 (2017) (12) Comedy, starring
Anna Kendrick. 5.30 Pitch Perfect 3
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10.35 2012 (2009) (12) With John
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With Tom Cruise. 3.15 Rocky II (1979)
(PG) With Sylvester Stallone. 5.15 Troy
(2004) (15) With Brad Pitt. 8.00 2012
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Top Gun (1986) (12) With Tom Cruise.
12.35am Stealth (2005) (12) With
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Behind-the-scenes. 6.45 Bad News
Bears (2005) (12) With Billy Bob
Thornton. 8.45 The Tiger Hunter
(2016) With Danny Pudi. 10.25 The
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
(1994) (12) With Leslie Nielsen. Noon
Knocked Up (2007) (15) With Seth
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Trolls (2016) (U) Animation. 3.05
Super Furry Animals (2016) (PG)
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Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The
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Animation. 9.35 The Addams Family
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Annie (1982) (U) With Aileen Quinn.
1.30am Scooby-Doo (2002) (PG)
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You Can (1980) (15) With Clint
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12.50pm Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Dog
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Fantastic Four (2005) (PG) Sci-fi
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Police comedy, starring Ice Cube and
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hustlers – where it is all about the business and the brand.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
JUST JANE
Anxiety is just
ruining my life
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
I crave
a filthy
liaison
Friend’s
cooking
disaster
2017 was a really
boring year for me.
Nothing really
happened and now
I’m determined to let
rip.
I’ve got to a stage
where I crave risk
and filthy sex.
There’s a guy at my
work who is making
it abundantly clear
that he fancies me.
At the Christmas
party he was all over
me like a scarf.
We snogged under
the mistletoe and
everyone cheered.
My long-term
partner is nice
enough but there’s
no getting away from
the fact that we’re
often more like
brother and sister
these days.
I know that an
affair will make me
feel vital and vibrant
again. Dare I go
there?
Are there actually
any rules anymore in
these post-Tinder
days? Everyone else
is at it as far as I can
make out.
A FEW months ago my
friend offered to do the
catering for my husband’s
birthday.
I was really busy with
work and was grateful for
the offer. She isn’t a
professional caterer but I
did pay her for the job.
Unfortunately, she didn’t
store or cook the chicken
properly and several of
our guests were violently
sick.
It was so embarrassing.
As I had paid her in
advance I thought she
should give me the money
back.
She disagreed and we
haven’t spoken since.
Now I’m hearing
rumours that she’s
accusing me of keeping a
dirty house – that’s why
the guests got sick at the
party. The cheek of it!
My fridge is spotless.
She’s trying to salvage
her reputation because I
hear she plans to open a
café.
Apparently she’s even
put it on social media
about me bullying her. I’m
furious.
Picture posed by model
JANE SAYS: I don’t
think you can claim that
everyone is “at it”, just
because certain people
use hook-up apps.
An affair with your
colleague would cause
so much hurt and
suffering – and you
know it.
Your partner would be
devastated, your boss
wouldn’t be impressed
and you’d be left filled
with guilt and selfloathing.
Why not put the
pent-up energy you’re
experiencing to better
use with your partner?
Suggest a romantic
weekend away, date
nights and early bed
times.
You and he are clearly
in a dip and, I suspect,
he’s as frustrated as
you are.
WORRIES
PUT ME
ON EDGE
I’M like a swan – calm
on the outside but I’m
paddling
frantically
beneath the surface of
the water.
Friends and family think I’m
organised and together.
They marvel at how I keep so
many plates spinning in the air.
But the reality is that my life is
one, long anxiety trip. Far from
being calm, cool and collected I’m
one seething mass of worry and
insecurity.
I fret about everything from my
children and my health to bills
and the future.
I never relax. I never allow
myself a day off to have fun. I go
to bed at night with the worries
of the world on my shoulders.
My husband constantly tells me
to relax but I physically can’t.
Sweating
To other people I have a great
life. I’m married to a loving man,
my children are successful and
healthy and money isn’t a worry.
But I can’t enjoy any of my
blessings because I’m always so
anxious. I’m not good in social
situations and am always worried
about things going wrong.
I dread parties – either giving or
attending them – and often feign
illness and lock myself away in
order to avoid people.
I’m even on edge with old friends
and family.
I know that I should pull myself
together and make the most of
my situation but I just can’t.
On a really bad day I can feel
physically ill. I experience nausea
and excessive sweating.
I stutter and generally make a
INSECURE: She looks calm and capable on the outside but is torn by a sense of inadequacy
complete idiot of myself. Feelings
of inadequacy overwhelm me. I
want to start this New Year
afresh. I want to be a better
person. But how?
JANE SAYS: It must have taken a
huge amount of courage to write
this letter and I applaud your
honesty.
Anxiety is a condition that
affects one in 20 people and
slightly more women than men.
Generalised anxiety disorder
(GAD) can make it difficult for
individuals to perform everyday
tasks, because feelings of inade-
quacy and fear are overwhelming.
Your husband needs to understand how you’re feeling, so that
you can get the help and
support you need together.
So it’s vital you visit your GP for
treatment. Causes of GAD can
range
from
your
personal
situation to a chemical imbalance
and your genes.
You must be really honest with
your GP about any past
experiences or traumas which
may be affecting you now. He or
she should then talk to you about
medication and counselling.
If you have time on your hands
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and feel you have energy to use,
then think about going back into
education, re-training or even
volunteering for charity work.
If you can sing or dance, both
pursuits are very uplifting and
good for the soul.
This reality is the beginning of
the rest of your life.
Get the professional help you
need and finally start to achieve
your potential.
Make 2018 the year you finally
stop and start smelling the roses.
You have family and friends to
offer support so you need never
feel you’re on your own.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: You’ve got to
sort this out face-to-face.
Go round to this
estranged friend and
point out that posting
insults on social media is
immature.
She may not be
prepared to admit liability
but you’re still getting
over your recent sickness
and the last thing you
need is any more grief.
If you and she really
can’t agree who was at
fault regarding the food
poisoning, then you’ll
have to let it go.
But if she really is
planning to open an
establishment of her own,
she has to have it pointed
out to her that it must be
spotlessly clean and
immaculate – and follow
all food hygiene rules –
and that you will speak to
the authorities if you have
any concerns or worries
whatsoever.
Misery after
one-off sex
I HAD sex with a stranger during a Christmas night out
and am now terrified that she has given me a sexuallytransmitted infection.
I’m all itchy and feel dirty. I can’t bring myself to make
love to my girlfriend and hate myself for playing around.
I’m never usually a cheat and despise anyone who hunts
for cheap sex. I don’t know what came over me that night.
JANE SAYS: Get yourself along to your GP’s surgery as
soon as possible so that you can be examined, diagnosed
and prescribed medication as appropriate.
The job of the GP is to listen and treat, not judge. You can
always find your nearest sexual health centre by checking
out the NHS Choices website. Always use a condom in
future. Your girlfriend also needs to hear the truth for the
sake of her own sexual health.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
I SWAPPED
AT NEW YEAR
DAY 3
DON’T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
Well, there’s
something very
fishy about him
and that girl
of his
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
INSTEAD of falling into the same old routine, deviate from the norm. Follow your
hunches. Changing your approach to a task will result
in a breakthrough. This method will save time, money
and frustration. Don’t keep this technique to yourself.
0905 789 3801**
0905 789 3802**
May 22 to
June 22
CANCER
June 23 to
July 23
YOU really want to do something nice but
fear rejection. Stop worrying what others will
think and obey your heart. Slip cash into a struggling
relative’s wallet. Leave a gift card for groceries on a
colleague’s desk. Send flowers to an ill neighbour.
YOU’RE stable, efficient and practical. This attracts people who are longing to get organised.
While you enjoy helping those who have difficulty leading
orderly lives, you don’t like continually cleaning messes.
Stop going above and beyond the call of duty.
0905 789 3803**
0905 789 3804**
LEO
Don’t be
like that
March 21 to
April 20
YOU’RE a wonderful colleague, willing to go
the extra mile. If you see someone who has too
much work on their plate, offer to help with their duties. At
first, it will be difficult to melt their reserve. They’ll feel selfconscious about accepting assistance.
GEMINI
1
July 24 to
August 23
VIRGO
August 24 to
September 23
SPEAK your mind and state your opinion honestly and helpfully. Someone might take your
comments the wrong way, but that can’t be helped. Your
words will eventually help. It’s never easy to give disappointing feedback, but it’s better than giving false praise.
YOUR charm is at a high. If you’ve been
looking for love, you’ll find it with an accomplished person. This workaholic will take time out for
you. Be aware that you’re joining forces with someone
whose ambition informs everything you do.
0905 789 3805**
0905 789 3806**
2
Lily? She’s
lovely
What’s she
doing with
Scott then?
That’s just what
I want to find out
tomorrow night
3
What do you
mean by that?
Just Scott’s
little idea
4
They’re coming
round New
Year’s Eve…
you’ll see
It’s New Year’s Eve
Which is…?
And you’re
sure you don’t
mind Scott and
Lily coming
round tonight?
LIBRA
September 24
to October 23
FOR you to be successful at work, you must
be happy at home. If you’re stuck in a job that
makes you miserable, find a more fulfilling career path.
Are you living in an area that feels oppressive? Move
to a neighbourhood that inspires you.
0905 789 3807**
SAGITTARIUS
As long as
you get the
take-away
CONTINUES TOMORROW
WEDS
31
Nov 23 to
Dec 21
SCORPIO
October 24 to
November 22
STOP pushing yourself so hard. Taking time off
work will be therapeutic. You’re a human being,
not a machine. Attending a play or lecture will put life back
into perspective. You can’t possibly do your best when you
feel tired and oppressed.
0905 789 3808**
CAPRICORN
December 22
to January 20
EVERYTHING you touch turns to gold. There’s
never been a better time to launch a business
from your home. You have a knack for intuiting the needs of
others. It doesn’t matter whether you’re taking care of children, pets or plants.
YOU’VE achieved admirable success. Now
you’re ready to embark on a new adventure.
Doing something challenging will be stimulating. Stop
telling yourself you don’t have a creative bone in your
body. You have ability; it only needs to be developed.
0905 789 3809**
0905 789 3810**
AQUARIUS
January 21 to
February 19
PISCES
February 20
to March 20
IT’S time to clear out the clutter. It will take a
weight off your shoulders. You’ll enjoy being
able to move around your home quickly and easily. If
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WITH 30-DAY BLITZ
How to lose
What’s GOOD for you...
GETTING PRAISE:
Two thirds of us struggle
to keep New Year’s
resolutions such as
getting fit.
Yet new research from
Superdrug reveals that,
for six out of 10 Brits,
simply giving and
receiving compliments
could be the key when
it comes to staying
motivated with our
goals in 2018.
DITCHING FAD DIETS:
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weight? The British
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reckons the Raw Vegan,
Alkaline, Pioppi and
Ketogenic diets, could
do more harm than good.
Spokeswoman Sian
Porter said: “If something
sounds too good to be
true, it probably is.”
GEAR UP: Top fitness
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launched her own gym
wear range with Primark.
The Clean Eating
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What’s BAD for you...
SHE’S famous
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Celebrity Big Brother’s
Stephen Bear before
Christmas, the Geordie
Shore beauty reckons
exercise could help beat
those January blues.
She says: “Exercise is a
great stress reliever.” Here
Charlotte reveals her diet
and fitness secrets to the
Daily Star’s JAMES MOORE…
★
What’s the idea behind your new diet and fitness plan?
“My tips come from the experience of losing weight and keeping it off.
You stick to 1,500 calories a day but you are allowed to have some treats
just as I did when I lost three stone in nine months. It’s designed to fit
around normal life. Results will vary depending on the individual, but
it will make a difference.
How do you feel about your own body right now?
“I feel amazing – the best I’ve ever felt.”
What’s your normal daily diet?
“Breakfast is eggs and bacon, a smoothie, porridge or fruit with Greek
yoghurt. I’ll tend to have a salad
for lunch and meat and veg for
dinner. I love a stir fry with
crispy chilli beef. For a dessert
I like poached pears and vanilla
yoghurt. For a snack I’ll have
a couple of squares of dark
chocolate.”
What about drinks?
“I drink lots of water and I love
a gin and tonic. But during the
30-day blitz you’re not allowed
alcohol. I’ve done Stoptober
before. My advice is to avoid the
pub if you’re going to do a dry
January!”
What’s your favourite guilty
pleasure?
“You’ve got to allow yourself
to have treats sometimes. My
BREAKFAST: Green
absolute guilty pleasure is a
smoothie with Greek yoghurt.
burger. I love a Big Mac.”
LUNCH: Rainbow noodles
Do you count calories?
with sweet and spicy sauce.
“Yes. I’m a bit obsessed by
DINNER: Turkey chilli con
calorie counting. I’m always
carne with shredded green
logging them on to my
veg.
Fitbit.”
SNACKS: Guacamole
What’s your weekly fitness
and veg sticks.
regime?
“I try and go to the gym three
or four times a week, doing a
Apart from exercises what
bit of weights, going on the
other activities do you suggest
treadmill or doing sprint
to help people stay fit?
interval training. I also
“On a Sunday, instead of H.I.I.T
like taking the dog for a
circuits try some H.I.S – High
walk. It gets air into your
Intensity Sex!”
lungs and is great for the
How do you advise people to
heart and mind.”
keep motivated with their New
What’s
your
fitness
Year resolutions?
ambition?
“I’ve always kept a picture of
“I’d love to be fit enough to
someone I want to look like, in
do a big charity run but
a bikini, so I have a goal to focus
I’m not sure about running
on. The main thing is to
the London Marathon
get involved and believe you can
just yet!”
do it.”
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CHARLOTTE SAYS: “I love
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HOW TO DO THEM: Start in a
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Keeping your feet wide, plant
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American Medical
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that they had substantial
benefits four our bodies.
BOOZE BELLY: Even
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January, cutting down on
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and jump your feet back to a
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Don’t let your hips drop too low.
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Difficulty: 7/10 Target Time: 22 minutes
Clue: Mixed up child that is ready to party.
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7Breathing heavily about
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8Repeat in the choir (4)
9Being concerned about
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10Uncovered person
throwing dust in (6)
11The Romans’ champion (4)
12One reads composition
that’s well thought out (8)
14Right to leave out book
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18Notice Eastern agent (4)
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2A remedy, not a diet, oddly
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4Time and motion list (6)
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16Not quite last arrangement
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17Hornet flying round chair
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19Royal public relations in
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21Contemporary with
part-timer (4)
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Across
7Art form (8)
8Resound (4)
9Considerate (6)
10Naturist (6)
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Bother, 4 Centre, 7 Odds, 8 Back down, 9 Younger, 12 Ire,
14 Agenda, 15 Stifle, 16 Tar, 18 Envious, 22 Runner-up, 23 Lion, 24 Staple,
25 Leaner.
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YESTERday’s solution:
Across: Screech, Owed, Like, Aqueduct, Vesper,
Stable, Choral, Malice, Malinger, Face, Just, Chintzy.
Down: Aspire, Hiatus, Tree, Persist, Repair, Legacy,
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2Cure (8)
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4Schedule (6)
5Group of cattle (4)
6Unsullied (6)
13Biased (3-5)
15Delighted (6)
16Nearly (6)
17Royal seat (6)
19Monarch’s son (6)
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START WITH HORSE RACING
DICKIE READY TO ROCK
RICHARD JOHNSON is confident
that Rock The Kasbah can give him
a third success in Saturday’s Coral
Welsh Grand National.
“I’m as confident as you can be in a race like
this,” said Johnson, who won last year’s contest
on Native River and was also successful with
Edmond in 1999.
“He’s a second season novice and, hopefully, we
haven’t seen the best of him yet. Conditions
should suit and he absolutely loves Chepstow.”
Rock The Kasbah, the 9-1 second favourite
behind 7-1 market leader Beware The Bear, has
won all of his three races over fences at
Chepstow.
The rescheduling of the marathon, postponed
due to a waterlogged track, has worked in
Johnson’s favour.
Prevented
The champion jockey took a heavy fall, the day
before the race was originally scheduled to take
place, and would have been prevented from riding
due to concussion.
After passing the mandatory concussion test,
Johnson resumes riding at Ludlow today.
Despite the heavy rain ravaging the country, a
spokesman for Chepstow racecourse said: “We
remain positive for racing to go ahead.”
The race, which was first run in 1895, has a
history of postponements – since 2010 the race
has been rescheduled three times.
The testing conditions are welcomed by Michael
Scudamore who runs 9-1 chance Mysteree. “He’s
■ by CHRIS GOULDING
certainly got plenty of stamina and seems to handle this ground, so he’s got the right sort of profile
for the race,” said Scudamore, who was successful with Monbeg Dude in 2012.
“By the looks of things he’s going to take on
Chase The Spud again but on slightly better terms
for us this time.
“The form looks very strong, so hopefully he
can turn the tide again.”
Simon Clare, the PR Director for the race
sponsor, is upbeat about the meeting’s new date.
“The switch to a prime time slot on a Saturday
afternoon will see even more money bet on the
Coral Welsh Grand National than had it been run
on December 27,” said Clare.
“When the 2015 Welsh Grand National was
moved to the first Saturday in January it proved
to be the 14th biggest betting race of 2016, with
the 2016 renewal of the race in December of that
year being the 23rd biggest betting race of the
year.
“We are thrilled that the quality and the quantity
of the entries are as strong second time around
and it will once again be a terrific betting
contest.”
Nicky Henderson, the trainer of Beware The
Bear, looks to be the man to follow on Saturday.
He runs Apple’s Shakira, the worthy favourite
for the Triumph Hurdle, at Chepstow.
At Sandown he has an outstanding chance of
taking
the
Tolworth
Hurdle
with
Claimantakinforgan, an impressive winner at
Ascot on his latest start.
■
ON SONG: Rock
The Kasbah is
entered for the Coral
Welsh Grand
National on Saturday
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S FOUR MEETINGS
L - Ludlow M - Musselburgh
S - Southwell
W - Wolverhampton
Aaron Lad....................L 1.50
Acrux .......................... W 5.40
Agreement ...................L 3.20
Air Of York ................. W 5.10
Alfonso Manana......... W 5.10
Amazing Grazing ....... W 5.10
Angel Moon .................L 3.50
Angel Palanas .............S 1.40
Archipeligo ................. W 6.40
Archive ....................... M 3.00
Arizona Bound ........... M 1.00
Arlecchino’s Leap ..... W 5.10
Arnarson..................... W 5.10
Athassel.......................S 3.10
Awesome Allan ...........S 1.40
Barbara Villiers .......... W 6.10
Barbrook Star .............L 1.50
Barnaby Brook........... W 6.40
Bayston Hill................ W 6.40
Beauden Barrett ........ W 5.40
Benissimo ...................S 12.40
Bergholt ...................... M 1.00
Berlios .........................S 1.40
Berlusca ..................... W 6.40
Big Amigo ...................S 3.40
Billingsley....................L 1.50
Billyfairplay ................ W 4.40
Blackjacktennessee ...L 1.20
Blue Baton ................. M 3.30
Bohemian Rhapsody ...S 12.40
Bold Spirit ...................S 2.40
Bostonian ....................S 1.10
Bouclier .......................S 2.40
Bounderby...................S 1.10
Boy’s On Tour............ M 1.30
Braventara ...................L 2.50
Breaking Free ............ W 4.10
British Embassy ........ W 5.10
Brushed Up .................L 3.50
Bush Beauty .............. W 4.40
Canadian Royal ..........S 3.40
Captain Lars................S 2.40
Captain Revelation .... W 6.40
Chain Of Beacons ..... M 3.00
Character Onesie....... M 1.00
Chato ...........................L 1.50
Cheeky Chica ..............L 3.50
Chestnut Storm ..........S 12.40
Chookie Royale ......... M 1.00
Classic Flyer .............. W 4.10
Clock Chimes............. W 5.10
Coiste Bodhar .............S 2.10
Compass Hill.............. W 5.10
Copain De Classe .......L 2.20
Copper West ...............L 1.50
Cornish Point ............. W 6.10
Cougar’s Gold.............L 3.20
Court Baloo ................ M 2.30
Crest ........................... M 1.30
Critical Thinking ........ W 7.10
Culloden ......................S 2.10
Daisy De Sivola...........L 2.50
Dame Nellie ................ W 6.10
Daydream ................... W 4.40
De Danu’s Bach ......... M 2.30
De Little Engine ......... W 5.10
Desert Wind ............... W 6.10
Detonate ..................... M 3.30
Dreamliner .................. M 3.30
Ellens Way ..................L 2.50
Emell ........................... M 1.00
Energia Flavio ............ W 5.40
Essential ......................S 3.10
Etoo Sport ...................L 1.20
Exitas ...........................L 2.20
Fabella Bere ................S 1.10
Fille Des Champs .......L 2.50
Fire Palace ..................S 3.40
Fortinbrass ..................S 3.40
Frangarry .................... W 4.10
Frantical...................... W 5.40
Full Jack ..................... M 2.30
General Allenby ..........S 12.40
Gone With The Wind ..S 3.40
Great Colaci ............... M 2.00
Head High................... W 6.40
Heartasia .................... M 1.00
Hedgeinator.................L 3.20
Hey Bob ...................... M 2.00
High Kicker .................S 12.40
Hogar Seguro............. W 6.10
Indian Hawk ................L 1.50
Infiniti .......................... W 7.10
It’s A Steal ...................L 3.20
Jack Of Diamonds ..... W 6.40
Jack Snipe...................L 3.20
Jack The Truth ............S 2.10
GREYHOUNDS
SWINDON
11.03 MY FRIEND MASIE (3)..... Lispole Butty (2)
11.19 WHOLE LOTTO LUCK (nb) (6) Boozed Boss (5)
11.34 QUIVERS ROBIN (1) .. Millbank Batman (3)
11.48 MOHICAN PENNY (2) ....... Swift Alonso (1)
12.04 SUNRISE ECLIPSE (1) ...Ballybough Jock (4)
12.18 QUIVERS MAX (nap) (1).. Southfield Glory (4)
12.32 BALLINTEE VELVET (2) .........Pinarello (4)
12.47 AVALON BEAR (6) ...Mohican Kingsley (4)
1.04 LOOPY AUTUMNGOLD (5).. Restless Queen (2)
1.19 DATA STORM (2) ............Shells Surprize (5)
1.33 WESTWELL LAUREN (6) ...Tromora Desire (2)
1.51 SHES A WRONG UN (1)Forest Colombo (4)
CENTRAL PARK
11.01 BARAN JACK (2) ............View Strength (4)
11.16 GLYNNSCROSSCRAIG (5)......Rhaegal (6)
11.31 KILBARRY LIGHT (1) Killinan Diamond (3)
11.46 ART DECO LADY (1) .....Love For Mum (4)
12.01 WYESTOWN BONNIE (2).. Ive Got Thegift (3)
12.16 SIGN KYLIE (5) .................Sidaz Bandit (1)
12.31 WHEEL OF FORTUNE (3) .....Tiger Ace (6)
12.46 ASK THE BIRD (nap) (2) ...View The Cake (4)
1.01 SIGN SAMSON (1) ................ Nice Wood (4)
1.16 ARTFUL GIRL (nb) (2) ...........Good Start (1)
1.31 CAUSEWAY FLY (4) ........Insane Rambo (3)
1.49 CLOUNANNA TARA (1) . Droopys Praise (5)
BELLE VUE
2.08
2.27
2.47
3.07
3.28
3.48
4.08
4.27
4.47
5.07
5.22
5.38
5.56
6.11
DAMSEL FLY (5) ............Sarahs Fantasy (2)
SPRINGWELL CLICK (nap) (2) .. Droopys Dudley (1)
EMMAS MISS (2) .......... Standard Sweep (1)
AERO SISSOKO (4) ....... Battstreet Kane (6)
MELIA MAITH AGAT (3) ........ Pawsdeep (1)
FORTUNATE KING (4) ..Slaneyside Joey (3)
DALLAM ME DADDY (2) .. Moorside Queen (5)
CHURCHTOWN CHAMP (nb) (3) ..Swift Buzzard (6)
FORCED OVERTIME (4) ..........Seahorse (3)
GYMSTAR TUMBLER (3) ...........Samcro (2)
BATTLE CAPTAIN (6) ...... Windy Rapido (5)
CASINO CHRIS (5) ........ Hometown Goal (4)
BEANNACHT BRIDIE (3) ...... Rags Rosy (1)
DOWER QUEST (2) ....... Nidderdale Lark (1)
NEWCASTLE
11.11 HIGHCLERE ROBIN (3) ..Queenies Ace (1)
11.28 NEWTOWN MATILDA (3) . Ballymac Sheriff (6)
11.42 TARGET SLICK (5) ...Blackhouse Susie (1)
11.57 HEIDIS BABE (1) ......... Coupleofswifties (2)
12.12 OOR LUCKY (nap) (3) ......... Mo Chuisle (5)
12.27 TARGET HUGH (4) ......Dragon Reagan (6)
12.42 GEORDIE JADE (4) ....Scotland Expects (5)
12.58 TARGET TYLER (2) ........Target Kenzie (6)
1.12 BLACKHOUSE LADY (4) ...Wraysbury Glory (3)
1.27 CALEDONIAN TIME (nb) (5)....Queenies Angey (2)
1.44 BRAMBLE HONEY (1) .......Vanity Queen (6)
1.58 BRAMBLE RUSH (1) ....... Highclere Swift (5)
ROMFORD
11.09 CONLIG MASTER (2) ...... Aintgotnotime (6)
11.24 DEVON VICTORIA (6) .... Angels Delight (3)
11.39 GRACELESS LADY (2) .. Sues Sweetheart (5)
11.54 ONECO ALANNA (2) ..... Miserable Bob (1)
12.09 YOUNG DIVA (nap) (1) Bearhaven Aliza (2)
12.24 LAURENS PASS (2) ......Boherash Chas (1)
12.39 ESTHERS GIRL (nb) (6) ... Newlawn Donal (4)
12.54 CHOSENONAWHIM (2). Ardrahan Zorro (6)
1.08 ANY GARGLE (1) .................. Khal Drogo (2)
1.22 BORWICK DOCTOR (5) ....Sneezys Destiny (4)
1.39 TO TONE ROLO (6) ....Ardrahan Zanziba (4)
1.57 LINDEN COTTAGE (6) ......... Ants Impact (1)
HOVE
2.12
2.32
2.52
3.11
3.29
3.49
4.09
4.29
4.48
5.08
5.28
5.44
6.02
6.19
PUNK ROCK HERO (4).......Heavy Byrne (5)
BABY BLESS HIM (1) .... Cloheena Layla (4)
GEMINI ANGEL (nb) (2) ... Shed End Chelsea (5)
GET ON SMUDGE (5) ...........Teresas Jet (4)
GET ON JOE (4) ..........Ballygibbon Moon (5)
DOWER BRAE (6) ...........Killacolla Jamie (5)
PIERCESTOWN JANE (3) ... Wheres Jasper (1)
PARKWEST PANTHER (nap) (2)
Woodmancote Tom (5)
HYNESS MILL (6) ............ Droopys Ferrer (2)
CLAIRKEITH MOLLY (5) .....Im No Angel (1)
BALLYSTEEN SKY (3) ....Romeo District (6)
ROMEO SPEEDSTER (5) . Droopys Quip (6)
FABULOUS MYTH (1) ....... Alien Bluebird (3)
BALLYMAC KINCORA (2) Suirview Boris (3)
Jet Set..........................L
Joey’s Destiny ........... W
Joueur Bresilien .........L
Jump For Dough........ M
Just Right ................... W
Justatenner ................ M
Kafoo ...........................S
Keepinupwitdjones.... M
Kelpies Myth .............. M
Kestrel Valley ..............L
Kilfilum Cross .............L
King Kevin.................. W
King Of Aragon .......... M
Kommander Kirkup ....S
Lady Clitico ................ M
Lady London .............. M
Lady Of The Night ......L
Lady Perignon ............S
Leodis ..........................S
Leostar........................ M
Letmestopyouthere ....S
Life Of Luxury ............ W
Liskeard .......................S
Little Chunk.................L
Little Miss Kodi .......... W
1.50
5.10
2.20
2.30
6.10
2.30
3.40
3.30
1.00
3.50
1.50
6.40
2.00
1.40
2.00
2.30
3.50
2.40
1.10
3.30
2.40
7.10
1.10
2.20
5.10
Look My Way ..............L
Lord County ................L
Lord Fendale .............. M
Lord Getaway..............L
Luv U Whatever ......... W
Magistral ..................... M
Maraakib ......................S
Marocchino ................ M
Martiloo....................... M
Master Of Verse ..........L
Meandmyshadow........S
Middlebrow................. M
Miningrocks ................S
Mirzam .........................L
Mitcd ........................... M
Mixboy ........................ M
Mon Eldorado .............L
Mr Potter......................S
Mullaghmurphy Blue . M
Mutineer...................... W
Naralsaif ......................S
Nendrum ..................... M
New World Power .......S
Nice Vintage ............... M
Nifty Niece .................. W
1.20
1.20
2.00
1.50
6.40
2.00
3.10
3.30
1.30
2.20
3.40
1.30
3.40
1.20
2.00
3.00
1.50
3.40
1.30
6.40
3.40
2.00
1.10
2.00
4.40
Nigh Or Never .............L 1.20
Night Shadow ............ W 4.10
Nightfly ........................L 2.20
Nouvelle Ere............... W 7.10
Oor Jock ..................... W 4.10
Optima Petamus ........ W 7.10
Ormskirk ......................S 12.40
Outback Blue ............. M 1.00
Outer Space ............... W 5.40
Pain Au Chocolat....... M 3.00
Paper Promise ........... M 3.30
Passing Fiesta ............L 2.50
Pearl Nation ................S 3.10
Peculiar Places ...........L 1.50
Pedulia Alba ................L 3.50
Perceived.................... W 6.40
Pilgrim Soul ............... W 6.10
Pivotman .................... W 5.40
Pot Committed ........... M 1.30
Pour La Victoire ......... W 5.40
Prerogative ..................S 1.10
Princess Way ..............S 3.40
R Bren..........................L 3.50
Randy Pike ................. M 2.30
Ravenhoe ................... W 7.10
Reaplee ....................... M 3.30
Rhythm Of Sound ...... M 2.00
Rising Sunshine ........ W 4.40
Rocking Rudolph........S 2.10
Romantic .................... W 7.10
Run With Pride............S 1.40
Sainte Ladylime ..........L 2.50
Sally Can’t Wait ..........L 3.50
Sam The Rebel........... W 4.10
Sanam ......................... W 7.10
Sasheeda .....................S 1.10
Say About It ............... W 6.10
Sea Story .....................L 3.50
Sheer Intensity........... W 7.10
Shine Baby Shine .......S 12.40
Show’s Over............... M 2.30
Silver Bullion ............. M 1.00
Simonia........................L 3.50
Simply Clever............. W 4.10
Sir Lancelott............... W 4.40
Sister Sibyl ..................L 2.20
Skye Chief .................. M 3.30
Sleep In First .............. M 2.00
Smiley Bagel .............. W 6.40
Solar Impulse ............. M 3.00
WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.09: Hollyoak Sonny (1) 7-4
jt-fav, Micks The Man (3) 5-1, NR:
Foxrock Ollie (res), , : Scroggy Ann
(res), bf: £11.90, tri: (1-3-5) £0.00.
11.24: Drumna Storm (3) 3-1,
Mystical Mick (6) 11-4 fav, bf:
£13.54, tri: (3-6-1) £40.29. 11.39:
Quarter To Three (1) 6-1, Norths
Ellenmary (3) 3-1, bf: £29.53, tri:
(1-3-4) £69.16. 11.54: Lovers Path (4)
11-4, Glen Ethel (6) 6-4 fav, bf:
£8.62, tri: (4-6-2) £27.95. 12.09: Old
Fort Elpaso (2) 11-4, Black On Track
(1) 5-1, bf: £16.50, tri: (2-1-3) £80.72.
12.24: Black Trend (3) 5-1, Masabo
Comet (4) 7-4 fav, bf: £17.89, tri:
(3-4-5) £42.21. 12.39: Final Peach (6)
10-11 fav, Lissycasey Moore (5) 6-1,
bf: £7.69, tri: (6-5-4) £39.04. 12.54:
Knockalton Zira (6) 9-2, Doylos
Gone (5) 4-1, bf: £23.52, tri: (6-5-1)
£56.08. 1.08: Jacqem (4) 3-1, Courts
Ad Georgy (2) 3-1, bf: £14.80, tri:
(4-2-5) £48.70. 1.22: Insane Braincell
(4) 4-1, Shirl Tel Rose (5) 5-2 jt-fav,
bf: £17.44, tri: (4-5-6) £44.48. 1.39:
Insane Kiss (6) 6-1, Silverviewlister
(5) 8-1, bf: £49.20, tri: (6-5-4)
£228.39. 1.57: Hollyoak Birch (5)
7-2, Queen Britney (4) 3-1, bf:
£19.00, tri: (5-4-6) £81.70.
CRAYFORD
11.01: Fawkham Chaser (1) 7-4
fav, Coolykereen Dame (2) 6-1, bf:
£12.31, tri: (1-2-3) £35.18. 11.16:
Edencurra
Cuckoo
(6)
5-2,
Clonmannon Lady (1) 6-1, bf: £17.77,
tri: (6-1-5) £63.47. 11.31: Tornaroy
Tyrant (5) 7-2, Souley Blue (1) 3-1,
bf: £18.62, tri: (5-1-3) £61.23. 11.46:
Said and Done (5) 6-1, Seefin
Speroni (6) 5-2, bf: £25.97, tri: (5-62) £77.64. 12.01: Rogue Rascal (5)
9-4 fav, Droopys Present (6) 7-2, bf:
£11.35, tri: (5-6-3) £41.96. 12.16:
Call Sophia (4) 7-2, Croaghill Tigger
(2) 4-1, bf: £22.93, tri: (4-2-6) £52.40.
12.31: Chariot of Hope (4) 4-1,
Deecees Jet (3) 7-2, bf: £21.92, tri:
(4-3-2) £54.79. 12.46: Dromscarra
Brae (4) 3-1, Snowdon Ruth (5) 7-2,
bf: £17.03, tri: (4-5-3) £61.30. 1.01:
Slaney Topgear (5) 4-1, Anfield
Caroline (6) 6-4 fav, bf: £14.06, tri:
(5-6-3) £31.44. 1.16: Pure Papa (6)
6-4 fav, Ballyard Cuckoo (2) 7-1, bf:
Sommervieu ................L 1.20
Sooqaan ..................... W 7.10
Spare Parts ................ W 4.40
Speciality .....................S 1.10
Spider’s Bite ...............L 1.50
Spirit Of Gondree ...... W 4.10
Spoken Words ........... W 4.40
Stoneboat Bill .............S 12.40
Sugar Beach .............. W 7.10
Suni Dancer ............... W 4.10
Sunnyside Bob .......... W 4.40
Sunshineandbubbles.. W 7.10
Tael O’ Gold ............... W 4.10
Take This Waltz ......... W 4.10
Tambura ......................L 2.50
Tasaaboq .................... W 4.10
Tatlisu ..........................S 3.10
Tavener ....................... W 5.10
Tellovoi ........................S 1.40
Tess Graham.............. W 4.40
Thackeray ....................S 12.40
That’s So Cool ........... W 6.10
The Dellercheckout ....L 1.50
The Great Wall ............S 2.40
The Imitation Game ....L 3.50
The Road Home ......... M 1.00
Thepensionfund......... M 3.30
Three Majors .............. W 4.40
Tilly Devine .................S 3.40
Tilsworth Lukey ......... W 4.40
Toarmandowithlove... M 2.00
Tree Of Liberty ............L 2.20
Trust Thomas............. M 3.00
Tynecastle Park ..........S 12.40
Unnoticed ....................S 3.40
Ut Majeur Aulmes ...... M 3.00
Valley Of Light ........... W 6.40
Veauce De Sivola........L 3.20
Ventura Magic ............ W 6.10
Victarion ......................L 1.50
Viva Verglas ................S 1.40
Vivat Rex .....................S 3.10
Vroom ..........................S 1.40
Weardiditallgorong .... W 7.10
Weather Front ............ M 1.00
Wenceslaus .................S 1.10
Whitmel........................S 1.10
You’re So Right ..........L 1.50
Young Phoenix ...........L 1.50
Zaeem ..........................S 2.40
PETERBOROUGH
£13.78, tri: (6-2-5) £35.81. 1.31:
Teddybear Pops (2) 2-1 fav, Seals
Dream (1) 6-1, bf: £13.90, tri: (2-1-3)
£48.12. 1.49: O Leary Rocket (5) 5-2,
Mystical Rosie (2) 7-4 fav, bf: £9.30,
tri: (5-2-1) £24.48.
KINSLEY
11.11: Five Alley Eoin (4) 5-2,
Classy Act (1) 6-1, NR: Drive On Ivy
(res), bf: £21.12, tri: (4-1-2) £58.64.
11.28: Cappagh Pink (1) 11-4,
Liberal Becky (5) 5-1, bf: £20.77, tri:
(1-5-6) £89.78. 11.42: Ashville
Geenie (1) 5-1, Wonder Star (2) 5-1,
(dd-ht 3rd), bf: £29.55, tri: (1-2-5)
£49.39, (1-2-3) £35.15. 11.57: Endova
Sophia (2) 9-4 fav, Turbo Ruby (5)
4-1, bf: £14.81, tri: (2-5-3) £40.55.
12.12: Footfield Nemo (3) 5-2,
Peachstreet Jess (4) 5-1, bf: £17.68,
tri: (3-4-5) £75.76. 12.27: Bumblebee
Just (2) 3-1, Corrin Sue (4) 7-2, bf:
£19.27, tri: (2-4-3) £35.43. 12.42:
Autumn Dazzle (5) 4-1, Barefoot
Giada (3) 3-1, bf: £23.34, tri: (5-3-6)
£76.24. 12.58: Swift Harry (5) 5-1,
Theresa At Ten (2) 7-1, bf: £55.78,
tri: (5-2-1) £134.48. 1.12: Saratoga
Jab (3) 7-2, Sarah Ann (6) 4-1, bf:
£22.84, tri: (3-6-2) £81.69. 1.27:
Honey Bella (1) 4-1, Ballymac Alma
(2) 7-1, bf: £32.54, tri: (1-2-4)
£125.82. 1.44: Power Ace (3) 3-1,
Pennys Cercei (5) 6-1, bf: £26.52, tri:
(3-5-2) £110.46. 1.58: Ashgrove
Shadow (1) 6-1, Bizzy Katie (5) 7-1,
bf: £68.32, tri: (1-5-3) £141.19.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £451.00,
(Races 7-12) £6874.00.
NOTTINGHAM
11.03: Awayday Rock (6) 5-2,
Maysspecialtiara (3) 7-4 fav, bf:
£8.92, tri: (6-3-2) £20.73. 11.19:
Blackies Perl (1) 5-2 co-fav,
Ardfhearta Star (5) 5-2 co-fav, bf:
£12.01, tri: (1-5-3) £35.18. 11.34:
Kilkenny Tir (3) 3-1, Salacres
Escobar (6) 8-1, bf: £32.41, tri: (3-62) £69.94. 11.48: Riogas Girl (2) 9-4,
Maisies Princess (5) 8-1, NR:
Equidistant (res), bf: £29.23, tri:
(2-5-6) £70.42. 12.04: Counter
Balance (1) 6-1, Tybar Onyx (3) 4-1,
bf: £38.68, tri: (1-3-6) £94.61. 12.18:
Creevy Wonder (3) 3-1, Slaneyside
Peggy (6) 5-4 fav, bf: £9.58, tri: (3-64) £31.32. 12.32: Creevy Honey (3)
9-4, Salacres Rupert (6) 4-1, bf:
£14.24, tri: (3-6-1) £35.10. 12.47:
Alfies Quality (4) 9-2, Farran Sexton
(2) 4-1, bf: £31.67, tri: (4-2-3) £80.24.
1.04: Sybarite (3) 5-1, Huarache
Pacha (1) 2-1, bf: £22.40, tri: (3-1-2)
£39.49. 1.19: Rahyvira Razl (1) 3-1,
Swift Nadine (5) 5-2 fav, bf: £13.92,
tri: (1-5-6) £35.02. 1.33: Haggswood
Hawk (2) 5-1, Laid Back Gena (5)
3-1, bf: £31.85, tri: (2-5-1) £113.74.
1.51: Roscoes Steele (1) 7-4 fav,
Haggswood Kirk (2) 2-1, NR:
Bumblebee Romeo (res), bf: £6.05,
tri: (1-2-3) £17.73. Placer (£1 stake)
(Races 1-6) £227.00, (Races 7-12)
£124.00.
6.28
(A3)
435m
8.07
(A5)
435m
6.48
(A6)
435m
8.22
(S1)
620m
SUNDERLAND
7.06
2516 La Dash Hendog (rl ro) .............. 15.55
3455 Realtra (rl sa) ............................. 15.35
3343 BALLYNABEE DIVA (md ep) ... 15.44
6264 Shes Ranger (md ro) ................. 15.45
2644 Lovely Bob (wd ro) .................... 15.45
3452 Gilti Blackjack (wd ep) ............. 15.24
Star betting: 5-2 Gilti Blackjack, 11-4 La
Dash Hendog, 7-2 Ballynabee Diva, 5 Lovely
Bob, Realtra, 6 Shes Ranger.
(D3)
250m
8.37
(A5)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
8.51
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A3)
435m
9.07
(A7)
435m
9.22
(A2)
435m
2.08: Rosegarland Levi (4) 5-2
co-fav, Daring Maestro (1) 6-1, bf:
£20.05, tri: (4-1-2) £47.86. 2.27:
Esparante (2) 4-1, El Diouf (4) 2-1
fav, bf: £16.56, tri: (2-4-5) £44.02.
2.47: Mucho Macho Ash (1) 5-2 fav,
Cuteasabutton (6) 12-1, bf: £32.58,
tri: (1-6-4) £120.20. 3.07: Macys
Mucky Pup (1) 2-1, Ryecroft Jonah
(2) 8-1, bf: £16.97, tri: (1-2-5) £76.04.
3.28: Ryecroft Alba Bo (3) 5-2 jt-fav,
Tracys Opinion (1) 4-1, bf: £14.42,
tri: (3-1-5) £70.53. 3.48: Awesome
Harry (1) 5-2 fav, Havana Blackbird
(4) 6-1, bf: £18.60, tri: (1-4-3) £66.23.
4.08: Long Lost Friend (2) Evens fav,
Final Grundy (5) 6-1, bf: £9.05, tri:
(2-5-4) £43.61. 4.27: Cuinns His
Name (5) 4-1, Linton Lillady (6) 2-1
jt-fav, bf: £15.53, tri: (5-6-3) £28.35.
4.47: Boreen of Magic (2) 4-1,
Geordie Mac (1) 7-4 fav, bf: £13.70,
tri: (2-1-4) £25.42. 5.07: Piercestown
Jan (4) 5-2, Coologue Sea Hag (3)
7-4 fav, bf: £9.11, tri: (4-3-6) £20.76.
5.22: Jacks Champ (1) 4-1, Balmoral
Copper (4) 9-4 fav, bf: £16.10, tri:
(1-4-5) £53.51. 5.38: Ryecroft Chris
(6) 8-1, Steeple Rd John (5) 7-2, bf:
£39.25, tri: (6-5-1) £135.97. 5.56:
Spirit Kays Echo (5) 7-2, Scruffs
Tara (6) 4-1, bf: £20.80, tri: (5-6-4)
£56.03. 6.11: Tonetta Lassie (5) 5-1,
Glebe Capri (2) 7-4 fav, bf: £18.76,
tri: (5-2-3) £69.86. Placer (£1 stake)
(Races 1-6) £131.00, (Races 9-14)
£103.00.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3234 Kilara Razz (rl ro)...................... 26.32
4145 Listen Danny (md ro) ................. 26.42
4415 ROHAN (nb) (rl ro) .................... 26.11
12 2 Moanduff Lass ()........................ 26.30
1451 Bernies Bolt (ep fw) ................... 26.48
3661 Fighting Fires (wd ro) ................ 26.28
Star betting: 5-2 Rohan, 3 Moanduff
Lass, 7-2 Listen Danny, 4 Kilara Razz.
1
2
3
4
5
6
11 JEST ABOUT (NAP) () ............. 27.00
5363 Rabbini (md ep) ........................ 26.58
1165 Yesra (md ro)............................. 26.56
4134 Logee Alli (md fw)...................... 26.65
6414 Vigorous Kaya (ep ro) ............... 26.39
4154 Teatimemolly (wd ro) ................. 26.68
Star betting: 9-4 Vigorous Kaya, 3 Jest
About, 9-2 Yesra, Rabbini, Teatimemolly.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7.22
(A4)
435m
7.37
(A6)
435m
7.52
(S2)
620m
3144 Droopys Fin (ep ro) ................... 26.49
1541 Lapari Girl (md ep) .................... 26.55
2116 Snowy White (rl ro) .................... 26.59
3222 QUIVERS STORM (md ep) ....... 26.37
4151 Twit Twoo (wd ep) .................... 26.52
3215 Be Patient (sa ro) ...................... 26.17
Star betting: 5-2 Be Patient, 7-2 Quivers
Storm, 4 Twit Twoo, Droopys Fin, 9-2 Snowy
White, 5 Lapari Girl.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2126 Best Star (rl md) ........................ 26.53
2631 Fagans Memorie (rl ro) .............. 26.42
6151 BOMBER BERNARD (md ep) .. 26.49
431 Road To Victory () ................... 26.45
6561 Fork Lift (wd ep) ........................ 26.67
2512 Fairyhill Razl (wd ep) ................. 26.58
Star betting: 11-4 Road To Victory, 3
Fagans Memorie, Best Star, 4 Fairyhill Razl, 5
Bomber Bernard, 8 Fork Lift.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1255 Ballymac Zero (rl ro) .................. 39.18
1155 Irenes Act (md ep) ..................... 38.76
5454 Mad Mango (md ep) .................. 38.87
1466 Eureka Creek (wd ro) ................ 39.05
4432 RUSHWEE RETURN (md ep)... 38.80
4525 Ramspur Gunner (md ep)........ 38.58
Star betting: 6-4 Ramspur Gunner, 9-4
Rushwee Return, 5 Ballymac Zero, Irenes Act, 6
Mad Mango, 8 Eureka Creek.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2642 Roseville Lucky (md ro) ............. 26.45
6334 Vigorous Stunner (md ep) ......... 26.52
5414 Deja Diablo (rl ro) ..................... 26.51
3532 Not A Drop (sa fw) ..................... 26.45
1543 Swift Giselle (md ro) .................. 26.63
3233 GLENEAGLE ROSIE (md ep) .. 26.29
Star betting: 2 Gleneagle Rosie, 3 Deja
Diablo, 7-2 Not A Drop, 5 Roseville Lucky.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3241 Butterbridgelady (rl ep) .............. 38.79
4235 Sherkin Tiara (rl ro) ................... 38.20
3131 BALLGLEN TINA (ep ro) .......... 38.42
4113 Garlyn Grace (sa fw) ................ 38.35
2213 Princess Freya (md fw) ............. 38.71
4123 Duchess Jane (md ep) .............. 38.42
Star betting: 6-4 Sherkin Tiara, 4
Duchess Jane, 9-2 Ballglen Tina, 5 Garlyn
Grace, Butterbridgelady, 6 Princess Freya.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3215 Shift Blakes Ace () ..................... 26.60
5222 Vigorous Maya (rl ro) ............... 26.52
6524 CEROC LUCKY BILL (sa ro).... 26.62
4642 Liosgarbh Ger (sa ro) ................ 26.64
41 Shanless Frank () ...................... 26.56
4421 Pennys Blossom (wd ro) ........... 26.50
Star betting: 11-4 Ceroc Lucky Bill, 3
Pennys Blossom, 7-2 Vigorous Maya.
4214 KNOCKARD OWEN (rl ro)........ 26.21
4652 Belvoir Bay (md ep) ................... 26.21
1243 Tyrur Zlatan (md ro) .................. 26.28
2133 Alex My Friend (ep md) ........... 26.17
2442 Fenbay Joe (sa fw) .................... 26.27
51 6 Southoe May (md ro)................. 26.38
Star betting: 7-4 Tyrur Zlatan, 7-2 Alex
My Friend, 4 Southoe May, 9-2 Knockard Owen,
11-2 Fenbay Joe, 6 Belvoir Bay.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5632 Hyde Park Lass (rl ro) ............... 26.88
4331 SPORTY GEMINI (sa ro) .......... 26.85
3263 Four Elms (rl ro) ........................ 27.14
1163 Alternativeroute (md ep).......... 26.81
3136 Rumble Fantasy (md ro)............ 26.57
5552 Stormy Escalade (wd ep) .......... 26.79
Star betting: 9-4 Rumble Fantasy, 5-2
Stormy Escalade, 4 Alternativeroute, 9-2 Sporty
Gemini, 6 Four Elms, Hyde Park Lass.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4221 KEEPERHILL RUBY (rl ro) ....... 26.21
6312 Ballymac Notnow (rl ro) ............. 26.03
3562 Easily Pleased (md ep) ............. 26.21
1566 Ballyea Champ (md ep)............. 26.08
1653 Sion Hill (rl ro)............................ 26.04
6221 Thunder Storm (ep wd)............ 26.19
Star betting: 6-4 Ballymac Notnow, 7-2
Thunder Storm, 9-2 Keeperhill Ruby, 5 Easily
Pleased, 6 Sion Hill, Ballyea Champ.
38
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins
last 14 days) N Henderson 16; D McCain
8; A King 6; N Mulholland 6; M Hammond
6; M Appleby 5; R Fahey 5; K Bailey 5; P
Nicholls 5; N Williams 5; T Easterby 5; D
M Simcock 4; P Evans 4; T R George 4;
W Greatrex 4; Miss V Williams 4; Peter
Fahey 3; K Burke 3; D O’Meara 3;
Jennie Candlish 3.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 178;
P Holmes 123; A Carroll 113; Mrs C
Dunnett 100; W Brisbourne 70; Mrs K
Stephens 70; Mrs N Evans 51; M
Mullineaux 49; A Newcombe 45; Sarah
Hollinshead 45; G Bewley 45; J Riches
44; J S Moore 43; B Barr 42.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days)
N De Boinville 11; Fran Berry 9; B
Hughes 8; L Morris 6; A Mullen 6; P J
McDonald 6; R Winston 6; Rossa Ryan
6; A Coleman 6; W Kennedy 6; Oisin
Murphy 5; S Donohoe 5; R Johnson 5;
Jamie Moore 5; Sean Bowen 5; James
Bowen 5; P Brennan 5; D Bass 5; H
Brooke 5; T Marquand 4.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) Gina Mangan 74; R Powell 68;
Toby Eley 68; E Walsh 65; G Downing
62; Aled Beech 56; L Aspell 55; Miss S
M Doolan 51; Russell Harris 46; B
Sanderson 46; T J O’Brien 45; K O’Neill
37; J Bewley 35; R Timby 34; CP
Shoemark 33; Paula Muir 31.
LONGEST TRAVELLER
Ut Majeur Aulmes (3.00 MUS)
Bergholt (1.00 MUS)
Emell (1.00 MUS)
Lord Fendale (2.00 MUS)
Show’s Over (2.30 MUS)
Character Onesie (1.00 MUS)
Middlebrow (1.30 MUS)
Archipeligo (6.40 WOL)
462miles
381miles
381miles
381miles
381miles
238miles
238miles
205miles
BE TRENDY
MUSSELBURGH: Jockey B Hughes
won the 1.00 in 2016 and 2017.
SOUTHWELL: Trainer S Dixon won
the 2.10 in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
FAB FOR FAVS
Four favourites have won the 3.00 at
Musselburgh in the last 10 years.
Two favourites have won the 2.10 and
2.40 and 12.40 at Southwell in the last
10 years.
One favourite has won the 4.10 and
4.40 and 5.10 and 6.40 at
Wolverhampton in the last 10 years.
BEST EACH WAY
MR POTTER (3.40, Southwell) is very
consistent at this level and well treated
on his best form and races over his optimum trip.
HORSES having their first runs for new
trainers.
LUDLOW: 1.50 Indian Hawk (N J
Tinkler to N Henderson), 1.50 Kilfilum
Cross (D Hassett to K Bailey), 2.20
Master Of Verse (N Meade to Miss V
Williams), 2.20 Tree Of Liberty (C
Longsdon to Kerry Lee), 2.50
Braventara (N Williams to T R George),
3.50 Pedulia Alba (P Hobbs to Mrs S
Gardner).
MUSSELBURGH: 2.00 King Of
Aragon (Gemma Anderson to I
Jardine), 2.30 Full Jack (Miss P Robson
to A M Thomson), 3.30 Detonate (P
Webber to J Ewart), 3.30
Keepinupwitdjones (A L Moore to Mrs S
Watt).
SOUTHWELL: 12.40 Ormskirk (G
Cromwell to J W Mullins), 1.10
Bounderby (A Fabre to D Loughnane).
WOLVERHAMPTON: 4.10 Sam The
Rebel (Mike Hammond to D
Loughnane), 4.10 Tael O’ Gold (R M
Smith to Lucinda Egerton), 5.10 British
Embassy (W G M Turner to David
Loughnane), 5.10 Compass Hill (John
Murphy to J Hughes).
MAGIC COMBINATION
LUDLOW: N De Boinville rides 3.50
Simonia for N Henderson, previous
combinations 5 wins from 20 mounts
25% strike rate at course.
P Brennan rides 3.50 Angel Moon for F
O’Brien, previous combinations 6 wins
from 30 mounts 20% strike rate at
course.
MUSSELBURGH: H Brooke rides
1.30 Pot Committed for I Jardine, previous combinations 2 wins from 5 mounts
40% strike rate at course.
Rachel McDonald rides 2.30 Full Jack
for A M Thomson, previous combinations 4 wins from 11 mounts 36% strike
rate at course.
B Hughes rides 1.30 Martiloo for Miss
P Robson, previous combinations 2
wins from 6 mounts 33% strike rate.
SOUTHWELL: Phil Dennis rides 2.40
Bold Spirit for D Carroll, previous combinations 7 wins from 24 mounts 29%
strike rate at course.
Fran Berry rides 1.40 Awesome Allan,
2.40 Letmestopyouthere, 3.10 Athassel,
3.40 Princess Way for P Evans, previous combinations 2 wins from 10
mounts 20% strike rate.
WOLVERHAMPTON: William Cox
rides 7.10 Sooqaan for A Brittain, previous combinations 2 wins from 6 mounts
33% strike rate at course.
HANDICAP BLOT
KING KEVIN (6.40, Wolverhampton)
won very easily over course and
distance last time and can defy 6lb
penalty.
ONE TO SWERVE
PREROGATIVE (1.10, Southwell) is
consistent and shown ability but no wins
from 19 outings says it all and one to
avoid.
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5.10
A competitive heat but
TAVENER (treble) looks
the answer. It was a return to form
for him last time over this course and
distance when mugged on the line
and beaten a short head. He is up a
pound but is still a pound lower than
when last successful on grass.
Arnarson is yet to score after 14
attempts but has posted some solid
efforts in defeat and the return to this
trip should suit. The market may
reflect the claims of Compass Hill,
who makes his debut for a new yard
after showing ability in Ireland.
Arlecchino’s Leap has rather lost
his way but does boast three course
victories – two at this distance – and
has slipped to a mark 9lb lower than
when scoring here in 2016. He could
cause a surprise if back to his best.
KING KEVIN TO
RULE THE ROOST
has been on the back of Jack Of
Diamonds for his last two wins and
he is just 2lb higher for his
Chelmsford success last
month. There may be more
to come from Bayston
Hill who broke his
Hill,
all-weather duck at Lingfield
comfortably.
likely to go up more when reassessed. Rab Havlin, pictured, has
been on board for those last
four outings and is back on
top again. Over the last 14
days Saeed Bin Suroor
has a 100% strike rate with
both his runners
successful. He sends out
Valley Of Light here,
who starts handicap life on
what appears a fair mark. He
was beaten half-a-length by a
73-rated rival at Newcastle and has
been given 67 today. Rossa Ryan
6.40
It wasn’t until his ninth
outing that KING
KEVIN (nap) finally broke his duck
but he has made up for lost time and
has now won three of his last four
starts. His latest was a very easy
success over course and distance
for which he carries a penalty but is
7.10
Another competitive
heat to finish the
card but a good case can be made
for SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES
(nb). First of all he comes here on
the back of a smooth victory at
Southwell where he was partnered
by the very capable Rossa Ryan,
who reatins the ride. Sooqaan
ended a long losing run when
scoring over a furlong shorter but
remains of interest off his present
rating. Sheer Intensity is yet to
score on the all-weather but has
strung together a couple of decent
performances. Ravenhoe has
been out of sorts since winning at
Pontefract in May but has slipped
down the weights and is starting to
look very well treated.
WOLVERHAMPTON ON THE ALL-WEATHER
PATRICK WEAVER
Oor Jock
Billyfairplay
Tavener
Outer Space
That’s So Cool
King Kevin
Critical Thinking
4.10
1 (2)
2 (3)
3 (5)
4 (6)
5 (1)
6 (10)
7 (7)
8 (9)
5.10 HANDICAP
Class 5 7f
STAR TIP
4.10
4.40
5.10
5.40
6.10
6.40
7.10
Oor Jock (nap)
Bush Beauty
British Embassy
Energia Flavio
That’s So Cool
Jack Of Diamonds
Infiniti
SUNBETS.CO.UK HANDICAP (DIV 1)
Class 6
7f
(12 runners)
£3,105
NIGHT SHADOW (18)(C,A)(B) A Brown 4 9 7 ......C Hardie 87
BREAKING FREE (13)(A)(P) J J Quinn 4 9 5 ............J Hart 89
SIMPLY CLEVER (64)(G) D Brown 5 9 5 ................ T Eaves 88
TASAABOQ (7)(C3,A)(T) P McEntee 7 9 3 . Rossa Ryan (5) 89
FRANGARRY (36)(A,S)(T) A Bailey 6 9 3.........H Burns (7) 88
SUNI DANCER (35)(A,G,S) A Carroll 7 9 2 .......G Downing 84
OOR JOCK (13)(CD,D,A,G,S)(B) D P Coakley 10 9 2 . R Coakley (3) ★99
CLASSIC FLYER (118)(A,G)(B,H) Mrs C Dunnett 6 9 1
Jacob Mitchell (7) 84
9 (4) L00- SPIRIT OF GONDREE (4)(CD,C2,A)(V) J Bradley 10 9 1
T Marquand 90
10(12) L/6- SAM THE REBEL (106) D Loughnane 4 9 1 ...E J Walsh (3) —
11(11) 000- TAEL O’ GOLD (156)(T*) Lucinda Egerton 4 9 1 .. Paula Muir (7) 86
12 (8) /06- TAKE THIS WALTZ (30) W G M Turner 4 9 1..... W Carson 82
LONG HANDICAP: Classic Flyer 9-0, Spirit Of Gondree 9-0,
Sam The Rebel 9-0, Tael O’ Gold 9-0, Take This Waltz 9-0.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Tasaaboq, 7-2 Breaking Free, 4 Oor Jock, 11
Simply Clever, 12 Frangarry, Night Shadow, 14 others.
2017: Athassel 8 9 6, S Donohoe 10-11 Fav (P Evans), drawn (7), 12 ran.
STARFORM: TASAABOQ DANGER: Simply Clever
000416000362066500005500-
(12 runners)
£3,881
1 (10) 004- CLOCK CHIMES (12)(BF,D,A) D Brown 4 9 7 ........S Levey 91
2 (2) 000- ARLECCHINO’S LEAP (35)(CD2,C,D2,A,G)(P) M Usher
6 9 7 L Keniry 92
3 (8) 540- BRITISH EMBASSY (133)(C,A,G,S)(H) David Loughnane
6 9 7 Rossa Ryan (5) 85
4 (4) 0L5- LITTLE MISS KODI (14)(D,G) D Loughnane 5 9 7..J Fanning —
5 (7) 253- ARNARSON (17)(P) E Dunlop 4 9 6 .........................R Havlin ★99
6 (1) 002- TAVENER (67)(CD,D2,A,G)(P) D C Griffiths 6 9 6 .. M Dwyer 89
7 (3) 3/6- DE LITTLE ENGINE (35) J Osborne 4 9 5..........D Costello 91
8 (12) L14- AMAZING GRAZING (17)(D,A)(E) R C Guest 4 9 5
B Sanderson (7) 85
9 (5) 205- COMPASS HILL (47)(S) J Hughes 6 9 3 .............. S W Kelly 83
10(11) 406- AIR OF YORK (16)(CD2,C,A,F,S)(P) J Flint 6 9 3...D Muscutt 86
11 (9) 000- JOEY’S DESTINY (44)(CD,A,G,S) Kevin Frost 8 9 2..T Eaves 84
12 (6) 1L0- ALFONSO MANANA (125)(C,A)(B) J Given 4 9 2
Jacob Mitchell (7) 89
Star Betting: — 5 Arnarson, Tavener, 6 Compass Hill, 7 Clock
Chimes, 9 British Embassy, De Little Engine, 10 Joey’s Destiny, 12
Amazing Grace, Little Miss Kodi, Arlecchino’s Leap, 20 others.
2017: Gold Flash 5 9 7, P Makin 3-1 (K Dalgleish), drawn (3), 9 ran.
STARFORM: TAVENER DANGER: Arnarson
STAKES
5.40 SELLING
Class 6 1m 1f
£3,105
£3,105
BUSH BEAUTY (106)(CD,C3,A,S)(H*) E Alston 7 9 7 ...J Hart ★99
BILLYFAIRPLAY (19) W J Martin (IRE) 4 9 5 . R Coakley (3) 89
SPARE PARTS (4) P McEntee 4 9 4........... Rossa Ryan (5) 86
THREE MAJORS (13)(D,A,G)(V) Anthony McCann (IRE)
5 9 3 C McGovern (5) 96
5 (5) 000- SIR LANCELOTT (13)(C3,A,G) Adrian Nicholls 6 9 3 ...J Fanning 86
6 (4) 000- SUNNYSIDE BOB (32) N Bycroft 5 9 2 ..Faye McManoman (7) 89
7 (11) L50- SPOKEN WORDS (7)(CD,A)(H) J Riches 9 9 1 .. H Shaw (7) 85
8 (9) 6L0- DAYDREAM (223) A Newcombe 5 9 1 ........... E J Walsh (3) 86
9 (8) 655- TILSWORTH LUKEY (15) J R Jenkins 5 9 1 ...Gina Mangan (7) 82
10 (3) 000- RISING SUNSHINE (4)(B,T) J Bradley 5 9 1 ..T Marquand 90
11(12) L00- NIFTY NIECE (30) Mrs A Duffield 4 9 1 ......................S Gray 84
12 (6) 060- TESS GRAHAM (129)(P) Sarah Hollinshead 4 9 1 ..S Levey —
LONG HANDICAP: Spoken Words 9-0, Daydream 9-0, Tilsworth
Lukey 9-0, Rising Sunshine 9-0, Nifty Niece 9-0, Tess Graham 9-0.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Spare Parts, 7-2 Billyfairplay, 4 Three Majors,
11-2 Bush Beauty, 11 Sir Lancelott, 16 Daydream, 20 others.
STARFORM: BUSH BEAUTY DANGER: Spare Parts
1 (6) LL- CORNISH POINT (11)(P*) J S Moore 9 2........T Marquand 71
2 (10) 03- DESERT WIND (36) E Vaughan 9 2 ....................S Donohoe 89
3 (5) 000- SAY ABOUT IT (81) J S Moore 9 2 .........................L Keniry 86
4 (1)
5- THAT’S SO COOL (16) D M Simcock 9 2................L Morris ★99
5 (2) 00- VENTURA MAGIC (14) R Hannon 9 2 ...... Rossa Ryan (5) 88
6 (4) 33- BARBARA VILLIERS (17)(BF) M Johnston 8 11...J Fanning 91
7 (8)
L- DAME NELLIE (21) R Guest 8 11 ......................... W Carson 68
8 (7) 55- HOGAR SEGURO (179) David Loughnane 8 11 . B A Curtis 80
9 (9)
L- JUST RIGHT (29) J Flint 8 11...............................D Muscutt 54
10 (3)
5- PILGRIM SOUL (42) A Balding 8 11 .............. Oisin Murphy 88
Star Betting: — 11-8 That’s So Cool, 3 Barbara Villiers, 11-2 Pilgrim
Soul, 13-2 Desert Wind, 12 Ventura Magic, 14 Hogar Seguro, 40 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: THAT’S SO COOL DANGER: Barbara Villiers
4.40
1 (1)
2 (2)
3 (7)
4 (10)
Class 6
7f
(12 runners)
340306403660-
(3)
(4)
(7)
(6)
(2)
(1)
(7 runners)
ACRUX (28)(BF,CD,A)(H) D O’Meara 5 9 1...Daniel Tudhope 96
BEAUDEN BARRETT (75)(A)(P,T) J J Quinn 5 9 1 ..J Hart 96
ENERGIA FLAVIO (18)(G,S) P Morris 8 9 1 .. C Rodriguez (3) 98
FRANTICAL (99)(G,S) A Carroll 6 9 1 .................. W Carson 90
OUTER SPACE (8)(A,G) J Osborne 7 9 1 ...........D Costello ★99
PIVOTMAN (20)(CD3,A,G,S)(B,T) M W Easterby 10 9 1
Harrison Shaw (7) 97
7 (5) 2000 POUR LA VICTOIRE (76)(C,A,G,S) A Carroll 8 9 1.. G Downing 97
Star Betting: — 7-4 Outer Space, 4 Energia Flavio, Acrux, 11-2
Beauden Barrett, 12 Pivotman, 14 Pour La Victoire, 33 Frantical.
2017: Black Dave 7 9 1, S Donohoe 6-1 (P Evans), drawn (1), 10 ran.
STARFORM: OUTER SPACE DANGER: Energia Flavio
SUNBETS.CO.UK HANDICAP (DIV 2)
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2
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4
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MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
6.10 NOVICE
(5) 3YO 1m 1f 104yds (10 runners) £3,881
STARFORM: 5.10 Tavener (treble), 6.40 King Kevin (nap),
7.10 Sunshineandbubbles (nb)
CLOCKFORM: 4.40 Bush Beauty 2pts win
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
6.40
BETWAY HANDICAP
(5) 1m 1f 104yds (13 runners)
£3,881
1 (12) 203- LUV U WHATEVER (16)(CD,A)(P,T) Mrs M Fife 8 9 7
Harrison Shaw (7) 78
2 (11) 231- JACK OF DIAMONDS (13)(CD4,A,G) R Teal 9 9 7
Rossa Ryan (5) 84
3 (1) 041- ARCHIPELIGO (16)(CD3,C,D,A,G)(P) I Jardine 7 9 7
Oisin Murphy 94
4 (10) 03L- MUTINEER (26)(CD,A) D Kubler 4 9 6 ...............G Downing 80
5 (2) 644- CAPTAIN REVELATION (15)(A,G)(B,E,T) M Mullineaux
6 9 6 Phil Dennis (3) 75
6 (9) 5U0/ HEAD HIGH (J84) Sarah Hollinshead 5 9 5 ....... J Duern (3) 75
7 (3) 341- BAYSTON HILL (21)(A,F,G) M Usher 4 9 5 ...........L Morris 88
8 (7) 000- SMILEY BAGEL (176)(C,A) Ed Walker 5 9 3 .........L Keniry 88
9 (4) 620- BARNABY BROOK (16)(CD2,A)(B) T Dascombe 8 9 3
Elisha Whittington (7) 86
10(13) 352- VALLEY OF LIGHT (34)(V) S bin Suroor 4 9 3 ..C Shepherd (3) 91
11 (5) 121- KING KEVIN (8)(CD2,A)(B) E Dunlop 4 9 2(6ex) ..R Havlin ★99
12 (8) 205- PERCEIVED (29)(S) A Brittain 6 9 0 ........................C Hardie 80
13 (6) 62L- BERLUSCA (16)(CD6,C,D,A,G,S) David Loughnane 9 8 13
D Costello 80
Star Betting: — 5-2 King Kevin, 5 Jack Of Diamonds, 13-2 Valley Of
Light, 15-2 Bayston Hill, 8 Archipeligo, 12 Luv U Whatever, 14 others.
2017: Kingthistle 4 9 2, S Donohoe 7-2 Fav (I Williams), drawn (3), 12 ran.
STARFORM: KING KEVIN DANGER: Valley Of Light
7.10
APPRENTICE HANDICAP
Class 6 1m 1f 104yds (13 runners) £3,105
1 (12) 203- WEARDIDITALLGORONG (32)(D,G,S)(B) D Donovan (IRE)
6 9 7 R Coakley 92
2 (4) 461- SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES (13)(A)(P) Jennie Candlish 5 9 6
Rossa Ryan (3) ★99
3 (9) 4L1- SOOQAAN (21)(CD,A,S) A Brittain 7 9 6 ... William Cox (3) 97
4 (11) 056- RAVENHOE (21)(BF,G,S) M Johnston 5 9 5S Armstrong (7) 84
5 (13) 063- CRITICAL THINKING (4)(A)(T*) David Loughnane 4 9 5
C Noble (3) 93
6 (8) 060- INFINITI (68)(C,A,G)(P) B Leavy 5 9 4 ............ Jane Elliott 85
7 (6) 044- SUGAR BEACH (29)(H) Mrs A Duffield 4 9 4 ..Georgia Cox 86
8 (1) 005- ROMANTIC (32)(D,A,G,S) N C Kelly (IRE) 9 9 4 .....O J Orr 87
9 (3) LLL- NOUVELLE ERE (70)(A,S)(H,T) A Carroll 7 9 2..A Beech (5) 88
10 (5) 060- LIFE OF LUXURY (29) W Brisbourne 5 9 2 ......H Burns (5) 87
11(10) 000- SANAM (21)(B*) E Dunlop 4 9 1 ..........................E Greatrex 92
12 (7) 642- SHEER INTENSITY (21)(G) P Evans 5 9 1 ...K Glenister (3) 95
13 (2) 0056 OPTIMA PETAMUS (27)(S)(P) P Holmes 6 8 13 . Paula Muir (3) 91
Star Betting: — 5 Critical Thinking, 7 Romantic, 8 Ravenhoe, Sheer
Intensity, 9 Sanam, Sunshineandbubbles, Sooqaan, Weardiditallgorong,
14 others.
STARFORM: SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES DANGER: Sooqaan
RACING RESULTS
AYR
12.30: 1, CAVENTARA (D Cook
11-2); 2, Ardean Lass (11-4); 3,
Blunder Buss (2-1 fav). 13/4l, 8l. 8
ran. A M Thomson. Tote: £5.90; pl
£1.40, £1.30, £1.10. Exacta: £20.70.
Trifecta: £57.80. CSF: £19.46.
1.00: 1, TOO MANY CHIEFS (F
O’Toole 5-1); 2, Bruichladdich (221); 3, Skipthescales (4-1). 9-4 fav
Niceandeasy. 41/2l, 16l. 11 ran. Mrs
S Watt. Tote: £5.60; pl £1.70, £4.50,
£1.70. Exacta: £117.40. Tricast:
£477.39. Trifecta: £1099.90. CSF:
£108.06.
1.35: 1, BETTER GETALONG (R
Day 2-11 fav); 2, Off The Hook (501); 3, Le Frank (10-1). 41/2l, 21/4l. 7
ran. N Richards. Tote: £1.10; pl
£1.10, £13.10. Exacta: £17.90.
Trifecta: £43.10. CSF: £18.85.
2.10: 1, LOCHNELL (H Brooke
11-2 jtfav); 2, Finaghy Ayr (7-1); 3,
Lowanbehold (9-1). 11-2 jtfav Acdc.
11/4l, 11/4l. 10 ran. I Duncan. Tote:
£5.30; pl £2.40, £2.80, £3.40. Exacta:
£34.70. Tricast: £339.45. Trifecta:
£317.70. CSF: £43.10.
2.40: 1, ELUSIVE THEATRE (J J
Slevin 11-4 fav); 2, One For Harry
(9-2); 3, Seldom Inn (7-1). 3l, 17l. 9
ran. S Crawford. Tote: £3.70; pl
£1.30, £1.50, £2.40. Exacta: £14.90.
Tricast: £76.16. Trifecta: £126.50.
CSF: £15.58.
3.10: 1, SKY FULL OF STARS
(H Brooke 11-2); 2, Roxyfet (10-3);
3, Sultana Belle (11-1). 3-1 fav
Titian Boy. 21/4l, 16l. 7 ran. J Ewart.
Tote: £6.10; pl £2.60, £2.00. Exacta:
£18.80. Trifecta: £128.80. CSF:
£23.31.
3.45: 1, IDEE DE GARDE (R Day
2-1 fav); 2, Bluefortytwo (9-1); 3,
Thepensionfund (6-1). 1l, 7l. 9 ran.
N Richards. Tote: £2.90; pl £1.70,
£2.50, £1.60. Exacta: £21.30.
Trifecta: £115.80. CSF: £21.64. NR:
Drenek.
QUADPOT: £13.60
PLACEPOT: £54.20
NEWCASTLE
3.35: 1, DUBAWI FIFTY (P
Mulrennan 5-2 fav); 2, Paddyplex
(4-1); 3, Lawless Secret (9-2). hd, 1l.
6 ran. K McLintock. Tote: £2.70; pl
£1.60, £2.20. Exacta: £12.20. Tricast:
£38.28. Trifecta: £33.40. CSF:
£12.33. NR: Burcan, Sir Chauvelin.
4.10: 1, DELLAGUISTA (A
Mullen 15-2); 2, Waarif (7-2 fav); 3,
Newmarket Warrior (7-1). ns, 21/4l.
10 ran. T Easterby. Tote: £4.70; pl
£1.50, £2.10, £2.00. Exacta: £33.10.
Tricast: £197.08. Trifecta: £159.90.
CSF: £33.52.
4.40: 1, VON BLUCHER (P J
McDonald 11-2); 2, Swift Approval
(15-2); 3, Dragon Mall (7-4 fav). nk,
nk. 7 ran. Rebecca Menzies. Tote:
£5.70; pl £2.10, £3.30. Exacta:
£46.40. Trifecta: £160.40. CSF:
£44.65.
5.10: 1, CASPIAN PRINCE (B A
Curtis 12-1); 2, Atletico (4-1); 3,
Final Venture (25-1). 7-4 fav
Intisaab. hd, nk. 7 ran. T Coyle.
Tote: £9.40; pl £3.80, £2.40. Exacta:
£56.70. Trifecta: £353.20. CSF:
£62.06.
5.40: 1, FIRST CONTACT (T
Marquand 5-6 fav); 2, Daltrey (5-1);
SPORTWORDSPORTWORD
1
2
3
ACROSS
Cameron ........, Gloucestershire opener;
hit an unbeaten 206 against Kent in the
2017 County Championship, Bristol (8)
7. Jason ....., 2001-06 Charlton Athletic
forward (5)
8. Richie ….., Catalans Dragons scrumhalf set to join Leeds Rhinos for 2018;
husband of television presenter Helen
Skelton (5)
9. Micky ......, Millwall defender signed
from Chelsea in 1983 (6)
10 and 14 Across. Scrum-half; 1976
Ireland Test debutant against Australia
(4,6)
12. Score of nought in tennis (4)
14. See 10 Across.
17. Brazil midfielder; Real Madrid 2000
Champions League Final winner (5)
18. Simon ....., New Zealand Test cricketer
who took 7-65 against India in
Wellington in 1998 (5)
19. Lee ........, Dunfermline and former
Kilmarnock defender (8)
DOWN
1.
Stephen ....., New Zealand-born
Narbonne fly-half whose clubs have
included Lyon and Clermont
Auvergne (5)
2 and 13 Down. Argentina defender at
Arsenal from 1998-2001; Estudiantes
manager from 2015-17 (6,5)
3. See 16 Down.
4. Nick ....., English golfer; 1990 winner of
the Masters Tournament and
The Open (5)
5. French motor racing driver; F1 1995
Canadian GP winner (4,5)
6. Cesare ........., Italy football coach from
2010-14 (9)
11. Angola-born midfielder at West Brom
from 2000-03 (6)
13. See 2 Down.
15. Chris ....., Northern Ireland midfielder
signed by West Brom from Sheffield
Wednesday in 2007 (5)
16 and 3 Down. France and Las Palmas
attacker formerly at Chelsea (4,4)
Call 0907 181 2622 for today’s solution. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s
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Which non-league club
knocked Accrington
Stanley out of the 2017-18 FA
Cup?
At which sport does
Danika Priim represent
England?
Which former Liverpool
player was second on
Calder Prince on his debut as
a jockey at Ascot last
November?
Who won Races 1 and 2
of the 2017 British
Superbike Championship
meet at Brands Hatch last
October?
Which former Australia
Test bowler has been
named head coach of Sussex?
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4
5
1.
3, Completion (5-2). 13/4l, shd. 10
ran. C Appleby. Tote: £1.60; pl £1.10,
£2.10, £1.10. Exacta: £7.10. Trifecta:
£14.90. CSF: £6.15.
6.10: 1, ROSINA (J Fanning 6-1);
2, Tommy G (10-3); 3, Rich Again
(6-1). 3-1 fav Shamshon. 1/2l, 1/2l. 8
ran. Mrs A Duffield. Tote: £6.20; pl
£1.80, £1.70, £1.80. Exacta: £29.70.
Tricast: £124.79. Trifecta: £147.60.
CSF: £25.70. NR: Brother Tiger.
6.40: 1, LORD OF THE GLEN (P
Dennis 8-11 fav); 2, Magic Mark
(5-2); 3, Shades Of Mist (7-1). 21/4l.
4 ran. J Goldie. Tote: £1.50. Exacta:
£2.90. CSF: £2.82.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
£8,746.56 carried over.
QUADPOT: £43.60
PLACEPOT: £201.80
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
MUSSELBURGH
PATRICK WEAVER
Heartasia
Mullaghmurphy Blue
Rhythm Of Sound
Court Baloo
Ut Majeur Aulmes
Paper Promise
SOUTHWELL
PATRICK WEAVER
STAR TIP
1.00
1.30
2.00
2.30
3.00
3.30
Shine Baby Shine
Speciality
Awesome Allan (nap)
Jack The Truth (nb)
The Great Wall (treble)
Tatlisu
Mr Potter
Kelpies Myth
Middlebrow
Sleep In First
Randy Pike
Mixboy
Blue Baton
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT
TRACKFACTS: Right-hand oval track of eleven furlongs in
extent. The bends are sharp, eight easy fences and six hurdles
per circuit suiting the nippy type.
TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) Miss L Russell 30 winners,
(12.6% strike rate), +£1.00, D McCain 28, (20.1%), +£13.10, A M
Thomson 15, (23.8%), -£2.00, J Ewart 13, (15.7%), -£8.20.
TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) B Hughes 33 winners, (17.8%
strike rate), -£10.75, Craig Nichol 11, (11.0%), -£6.00, Derek Fox
10, (12.5%), -£1.00, H Brooke 8, (9.5%), -£9.00.
HURDLE
1.00 MAIDEN
Class 5 (9 flights) 2m (11 runners) £3,509
1 2210 ARIZONA BOUND (105)(G) J Goldie 6 11 5........C Bewley (3) 82
2
0 BERGHOLT (20) T Vaughan 5 11 5 ....Miss Jodie Hughes (7) 98
3
5F CHARACTER ONESIE (36) D McCain 6 11 5 ............B Hughes 90
4
3 CHOOKIE ROYALE (36) K Dalgleish 10 11 5....... Craig Nichol 98
5
0 EMELL (20) T Vaughan 8 11 5 .........................................A Johns ★99
6 1-63 KELPIES MYTH (56)(G) Miss L Russell 5 11 5 ...B Campbell (5) 92
7
0 OUTBACK BLUE (36)(T) G Bewley 5 11 5 ..........J Bewley (3) 83
8 0-5P SILVER BULLION (32)(S)(H*) Miss P Robson 7 11 5 ..H Brooke 90
9 F150 THE ROAD HOME (35)(T) Miss L Russell 6 11 5 .... Derek Fox 90
10
WEATHER FRONT (F60) K McLintock 5 11 5 .........D Irving (3) 90
11 1-13 HEARTASIA (34)(G)(H,T) S Corbett 5 10 12 .......J Corbett (5) 96
Star Betting: — 2 Heartasia, 3 Character Onesie, 7-2 Chookie Royale,
8 Kelpies Myth, 10 The Road Home, 12 Silver Bullion, 14 others.
2017: Idder 6 11 5, B Hughes 9-2 (J Moffatt), 8 ran.
STARFORM: CHOOKIE ROYALE DANGER: Heartasia
CHASE (NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP)
(4) (16 fences) 2m 4f (6 runners) £5,198
1 1-PP POT COMMITTED (32)(G) I Jardine 7 11 10.............. H Brooke 89
2 3-PL CREST (11)(T) M Hammond 7 11 8 .............. Mr Joe Wright (7) 88
3 3121 MULLAGHMURPHY BLUE (16)(CD2,G)(T) J Dreaper (IRE)
7 11 2 A E Lynch ★99
4 0L1B MIDDLEBROW (6)(S)(T) D McCain 7 10 13 ........Will Kennedy 90
5 212U MARTILOO (60)(S)(T) Miss P Robson 8 10 13 ...........B Hughes 84
6 P550 BOY’S ON TOUR (16) Miss L Russell 6 10 3 ... S Mulqueen (3) 83
LONG HANDICAP: Boy’s On Tour 9-12.
Star Betting: — 5-4 Mullaghmurphy Blue, 3 Martiloo, 10-3 Middlebrow,
6 Pot Committed, 20 Crest, 25 Boy’s On Tour.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MULLAGHMURPHY BLUE DANGER: Martiloo
HURDLE
2.00 HANDICAP
Class 4 (9 flights) 2m (12 runners) £4,094
1 0LU4 LORD FENDALE (20)(D,G)(H) T Vaughan 9 12 3
Miss Jodie Hughes (7) 87
2 P4-2 SLEEP IN FIRST (36)(D2,G,S)(P) J Ewart 12 11 12
Steven Fox (5) 92
3 /6-0 MAGISTRAL (12)(P) Miss L Perratt 8 11 11 .............D Irving (3) 80
4 /30- LADY CLITICO (F18)(H) Rebecca Menzies 7 11 9 .........T Kelly 89
5 P-PL NICE VINTAGE (F28)(H*) Katie Scott 6 11 7 ....T Willmott (7) 87
6 600F GREAT COLACI (27) G Boanas 5 11 5 ........C McCormack (3) 80
7 F-03 MITCD (F18)(CD,G) G Bewley 7 11 2 ....................J Bewley (3) 93
8 /003 NENDRUM (16)(T) A M Thomson 9 11 2 ............J Hamilton (3) 91
9 P0L- KING OF ARAGON (345)(P*,T) I Jardine 6 11 2
Ross Chapman (5) 87
10 LF11 RHYTHM OF SOUND (36)(G,S)(T,V) M Hammond 8 10 5
A P Cawley ★99
11 4501 HEY BOB (43)(D,G)(T) C Grant 6 10 3 .................C Bewley (3) 91
12 2454 TOARMANDOWITHLOVE (15)(T) S Corbett 10 10 2
J Corbett (5) 86
Star Betting: — 9-2 Rhythm Of Sound, Nendrum, Sleep In First, 13-2
Hey Bob, 15-2 Mitcd, 8 Lord Fendale, 9 King Of Aragon, Lady Clitico, 10
Toarmandowithlove, 25 Magistral, 33 others.
2017: Superior Command 8 11 10, Derek Fox 10-1 (Miss L Russell), 13 ran.
STARFORM: HEY BOB DANGER: Rhythm Of Sound
2.30
HANDICAP HURDLE
Class 4 (14 flights) 3m (8 runners) £4,094
1
44-0 FULL JACK (219)(CD,G,S) A M Thomson 11 12 0
Rachel McDonald (7) 92
2 1344 JUMP FOR DOUGH (34)(D,G) Miss L Russell 7 11 12
T Willmott (10) 91
3 0L01 RANDY PIKE (8)(S) T Easterby 8 11 10(7ex)...........K Wood (5) 90
4 P512 LADY LONDON (16)(CD,G)(P,T) Mrs R Dobbin 7 11 0
C O’Farrell ★99
5 F6F3 JUSTATENNER (16)(S)(H) F Murtagh 7 10 11.. Sean Quinlan 79
6 P6-P DE DANU’S BACH (103) Nigel Thomas Slevin (IRE) 8 10 10
A E Lynch 77
7 3L3P SHOW’S OVER (52)(G)(T,V) T Vaughan 7 10 4
Miss Jodie Hughes (7) 82
8 3041 COURT BALOO (34)(CD,G)(V) A Whillans 7 10 3..... H Brooke 94
Star Betting: — 11-8 Randy Pike, 9-2 Lady London, 5 Court Baloo,
15-2 Jump For Dough, 8 Full Jack, 9 Justatenner,16 De Danu’s Bach,
Show’s Over.
2017: Landmarque 8 11 11, Steven Fox(5) 12-1 (J Ewart), 11 ran.
STARFORM: LADY LONDON DANGER: Randy Pike
3.00
HANDICAP CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (7 runners) £10,007
1 1PF- MIXBOY (F32)(CD,D,G,S) K Dalgleish 8 11 12 ..........B Hughes 98
2 -L2U PAIN AU CHOCOLAT (7)(D3,G,S) Rebecca Menzies 7 11 11
T Kelly 92
3 3-22 UT MAJEUR AULMES (53)(D3,G,S)(T) V Dartnall 10 11 8
N Scholfield 94
4 451L ARCHIVE (7)(D2,G,S) B Ellison 8 11 6 ....................... H Brooke 91
5 L225 SOLAR IMPULSE (159)(D2,G)(B) C Kellett 8 10 8 ...H Reed (7) 84
6 3-31 CHAIN OF BEACONS (53)(D,G)(T) Katie Scott 9 10 1
C Bewley (3) 91
7 P315 TRUST THOMAS (15)(CD,D3,G,S) Mrs A Hamilton 10 10 0
J Hamilton (3) ★99
LONG HANDICAP: Trust Thomas 9-12.
Star Betting: — 7-4 Ut Majeur Aulmes, 3 Mixboy, 4 Chain Of Beacons,
6 Archive, 10 Pain Au Chocolat, 16 Solar Impulse, Trust Thomas.
2017: Mixboy 7 11 11, Craig Nichol 6-4 Fav (K Dalgleish), 4 ran.
STARFORM: UT MAJEUR AULMES DANGER: Mixboy
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
3.30 STANDARD
Class 5 2m
(10 runners)
STAR TIP
12.40
1.10
1.40
2.10
2.40
3.10
3.40
PATRICK WEAVER
High Kicker
Bostonian
Kommander Kirkup
Coiste Bodhar
Letmestopyouthere
Athassel (nb)
Naralsaif
Look My Way
Indian Hawk
Copain De Classe
Ellens Way
Hedgeinator
Simonia
£2,599
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
4- DETONATE (496)(H*,T*) J Ewart 5 11 5 .................C O’Farrell 53
DREAMLINER C Kellett 5 11 5 ...................................... H Brooke 58
55L KEEPINUPWITDJONES (63)(T) Mrs S Watt 6 11 5 .. F O’Toole (5) 84
0- MAROCCHINO (382)(H*) J Ewart 5 11 5 .........Steven Fox (5) 91
REAPLEE C Grant 5 11 5 .........................................C Bewley (3) 61
SKYE CHIEF S Waugh 6 11 5 ............................ S Mulqueen (3) 60
THEPENSIONFUND Miss L Russell 6 11 5 ..............DOUBTFUL 78
BLUE BATON Miss L Russell 5 10 12.................B Campbell (5) 84
2 PAPER PROMISE (220) D Whillans 6 10 12...... C Whillans (3) ★99
LEOSTAR A Whillans 4 10 7 .................................... Craig Nichol 59
Star Betting: — 6-4 Paper Promise, 15-8 Detonate, 11-2 Reaplee, 7
Blue Baton, 9 Leostar, 25 Dreamliner, Keepinupwitdjones, 40 Skye Chief,
Marocchino.
2017: Beyond The Clouds 4 10 7, B Hughes 4-1 (K Ryan), 12 ran.
STARFORM: PAPER PROMISE DANGER: Detonate
KEY TO THE CARDS: our racecards are designed to give you a better,
easier to understand guide to the runners. Brackets after the racecard
number indicate the draw in Flat races. In the form figures, an ‘L’ indicates the horse finished last place and a # indicates Bumper form.
Figures in brackets after each horse’s name indicate the number of
days since the horse last ran. (C) indicates a course winner, (D) indicates a winner over the same distance as today’s race. (B) or (V) indicates that the horse wears blinkers or a visor. (T) indicates that the
horse wears a tongue strap. * indicates if wearing blinkers or visor for
first time. (P) indicates that the horse is wearing a Cheek Piece. (BF)
stands for beaten favourite. (F) is winner on firm going, (G) on good
going, (S) on soft going and (A) on the all weather. The figures in the
last column after the jockey’s name is an exclusive Clockform rating
giving a guide to the horse’s chance. The highest figure denotes the top
rated, which is also pinpointed by a ★.
AMATEUR RIDERS’ HANDICAP
Class 6 2m 102yds (10 runners) £2,995
1 (6) 420- STONEBOAT BILL (12)(G,S) D Carroll 6 11 6
Miss S M Doolan (3) 85
2 (9) 202- HIGH KICKER (19)(G,S) Peter Fahey (IRE) 7 11 0
Mr A R Ferguson 97
3 (5) 000- ORMSKIRK (106)(S) J W Mullins 5 10 12...Mr Luca Morgan (7) 82
4 (3) L54- BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (J13)(G,S)(P) B Barr 9 10 12
Mr C J Todd (7) 76
5 (4) 40L- CHESTNUT STORM (J30)(S) B Barr 5 10 11
Mr C A Jones (7) 81
6 (10) 025- TYNECASTLE PARK (19) R Eddery 5 10 10.. Mr R Birkett 80
7 (8) 612- SHINE BABY SHINE (J32)(BF,CD,A) P Kirby 4 10 10
Mr B Lynn (3) ★99
8 (7) 310- GENERAL ALLENBY (28)(D,S)(B,E,H) H Tett 4 10 7
Mr W Pettis (5) 88
9 (1) L00- BENISSIMO (J38) A L Forbes 8 10 5 ..... Miss J Cooley (3) 84
10 (2) 2L0- THACKERAY (149)(G,S) C Fairhurst 11 10 3
Miss Becky Smith 77
Star Betting: — 9-4 High Kicker, 11-4 Shine Baby Shine, 4 Tynecastle
Park, 13-2 Bohemian Rhapsody, 10 Chestnut Storm, 12 others.
2017: Canadian Diamond 10 10 13, Mr D Turner(3) 6-4 Fav (R Rowe),
drawn (8), 8 ran.
STARFORM: HIGH KICKER DANGER: Shine Baby Shine
1.10
BETWAY MAIDEN STAKES
Class 5
1m 4f
(11 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) 552- BOSTONIAN (204) S Lycett 8 10 2 ..........................L Morris 94
2 (11) 05- LEODIS (36) T Tate 6 10 2........................................A Mullen 83
3 (6)
LISKEARD (J135) A Crook 6 10 2............... Phil Dennis (3) 72
4 (10) 653- NEW WORLD POWER (118) D M Simcock 5 10 2
Oisin Murphy ★99
5 (2)
WENCESLAUS (J29) D Bridgwater 6 10 2
Poppy Bridgwater (7) 79
6 (8)
6- WHITMEL (20) M Appleby 5 10 2 ......................A Rawlinson 78
7 (5) 304- BOUNDERBY (112) D Loughnane 4 9 13 ............ B A Curtis 98
8 (9) 222- PREROGATIVE (20)(P) A Carroll 4 9 13 ..........T Marquand 95
9 (3)
SASHEEDA (J25)(H*) Mrs L Williamson 4 9 8 .......R Powell —
10 (1) 053- SPECIALITY (36)(B) R Beckett 4 9 8............ P J McDonald 95
11 (4) 004- FABELLA BERE (23) K Burke 3 8 0 ................. Hollie Doyle 88
Star Betting: — 11-8 New World Power, 4 Speciality, Prerogative, 9-2
Bounderby, 5 Bostonian, 25 Fabella Bere, Wenceslaus, 33 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SPECIALITY DANGER: Prerogative
1.40
BETWAY HANDICAP
Class 6
6f
(8 runners)
£3,105
1 (5) 404- AWESOME ALLAN (11)(D2,S)(T) P Evans 4 9 8 ...Fran Berry 97
2 (7) 011- KOMMANDER KIRKUP (13)(CD2,D,A,G,S)(P) M Herrington
7 9 8 T Eaves ★99
3 (4) 610- VROOM (13)(CD2,C,D2,A)(B) Miss G Kelleway 5 9 8
Harrison Shaw (7) 98
4 (3) L00- BERLIOS (39)(C,A) Rebecca Bastiman 5 9 7..Phil Dennis (3) 91
5 (1) 102- RUN WITH PRIDE (7)(BF,D2,A,S) D Shaw 8 9 7 .P Mathers 98
6 (6) 663- TELLOVOI (17)(C2,A,G)(B) R C Guest 10 9 5 .. J Osborn (7) 95
7 (8) 025- VIVA VERGLAS (13)(CD2,A,G) D Loughnane 7 9 2
Toby Eley (7) 89
8 (2) 420- ANGEL PALANAS (15)(P) K Burke 4 9 1 ..Russell Harris (7) 92
Star Betting: — 5-2 Kommander Kirkup, 7-2 Awesome Allan, 4 Run
With Pride, 6 Viva Verglas, 7 Tellovoi, 9 Vroom, 12 others.
2017: Bonjour Steve 6 9 6, R Kingscote 4-1 (R J Price), drawn (5), 12 ran.
STARFORM: KOMMANDER KIRKUP DANGER: Viva Verglas
2.10
HANDICAP
Class 5
5f
(4 runners)
£3,752
1
2
3
4
(2) 421- JACK THE TRUTH (15)(C,A) G Scott 4 9 7 ..... Fran Berry ★99
(1) /L0- ROCKING RUDOLPH (39)(CD,A)(V*) R Cowell 5 9 5... L Morris —
(4) L0L- CULLODEN (11)(D6,A,G,S) S A Harris 6 8 11 ..C Bennett (3) 81
(3) 451- COISTE BODHAR (13)(CD2,C2,D4,A,G,S)(P) S Dixon
7 8 8 William Cox (5) 94
Star Betting: — 4-7 Jack The Truth, 9-4 Coiste Bodhar, 11 Rocking
Rudolph, 12 Culloden.
2017: Lady Nayef 4 9 4, J F Egan 9-1 (J Butler), drawn (11), 14 ran.
STARFORM: JACK THE TRUTH DANGER: Coiste Bodhar
HANDICAP
2.40 SUNBETS.CO.UK
Class 4 7f
(7 runners)
£5,531
1 (7) 615- CAPTAIN LARS (5)(BF,C3,D2,A,G,S)(V) D Shaw 9 9 11
G Malune (7) 85
2 (1) 241- THE GREAT WALL (5)(CD,A) M Appleby 4 9 8(6ex) ..A Mullen 94
3 (5) 434- LADY PERIGNON (39)(G) A Balding 5 9 7 ... Oisin Murphy 88
4 (3) 00L- BOUCLIER (23)(D,A,S) M W Easterby 8 9 7 .... R Timby (7) 83
5 (2) 665- LETMESTOPYOUTHERE (15)(D,A,S) P Evans 4 9 5
Fran Berry 86
6 (6) 412- BOLD SPIRIT (12)(CD,D,A,G,S)(T) D Carroll 7 9 2
Phil Dennis (3) 90
7 (4) 431- ZAEEM (33)(CD2,D,A,G) I Furtado 9 8 12 ... P J McDonald ★99
Star Betting: — 10-11 The Great Wall, 9-2 Bold Spirit, 13-2 Captain
Lars, 7 Lady Perignon, 8 Zaeem, 12 Letmestopyouthere, 40 Bouclier.
2017: Custard The Dragon 4 8 9, J Fanning 8-1 (J Mackie), drawn (6), 13 ran.
STARFORM: THE GREAT WALL DANGER: Bold Spirit
STAKES
3.10 CLAIMING
Class 6 1m
(6 runners)
1
2
3
4
5
6
(3)
(6)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(5)
£3,105
PEARL NATION (15)(CD,C2,A,G) M Appleby 9 9 12 ..L Morris 93
ATHASSEL (21)(A) P Evans 9 9 8 ...................... Fran Berry 92
TATLISU (29)(A,G,S) R Fahey 8 9 6 .. Sebastien Woods (7) 97
MARAAKIB (13)(S)(B*) D O’Meara 6 9 4...... Oisin Murphy 87
ESSENTIAL (19) G Scott 4 8 12 ....................... Hollie Doyle 89
VIVAT REX (15)(CD2,D,A,G)(E,T) C Dore 7 8 12
Keelan Baker (7) ★99
Star Betting: — 6-4 Tatlisu, 11-4 Pearl Nation, 3 Vivat Rex, 7 Athassel,
12 Maraakib, 16 Essential.
2017: Vivat Rex 6 9 4, D Nolan 11-2 (John Feane(Ire)), drawn (8), 5 ran.
STARFORM: TATLISU DANGER: Vivat Rex
L20546031265006L3L-
3.40
HANDICAP
Class 6
7f
(13 runners)
Look My Way
Peculiar Places
Sister Sibyl
Sainte Ladylime
Veauce De Sivola
Brushed Up
ALL THE
Aces
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Left-hand all weather course of one and a quarter miles and a home straight of three furlongs. Stalls today 5f
Centre; Remainder Inside.
TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) M Appleby 124 winners, (17.6%
strike rate), -£111.35, S Dixon 49, (9.3%), -£33.55, D Shaw 37,
(13.9%), +£52.55, P Evans 33, (16.1%), -£5.20.
TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) A Mullen 69 winners, (15.2%
strike rate), -£115.73, L Morris 67, (14.5%), -£141.29, T Eaves 45,
(12.0%), -£15.50, B Curtis 44, (15.9%), +£53.21.
12.40
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1.20
1.50
2.20
2.50
3.20
3.50
GOING: SOFT TO HEAVY
GOING: STANDARD
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1.30
LUDLOW
£3,105
1 (9) 255- KAFOO (6)(D,A)(B,T) M Appleby 5 9 9 ....................L Morris 84
2 (5) 004- UNNOTICED (15)(D,A)(T) O Pears 6 9 7 ..............A Mullen 86
3 (11) 033- MEANDMYSHADOW (13)(A,G0,S)(B) A Brown 10 9 7
Hollie Doyle 88
4 (2) 05L- FIRE PALACE (19)(D,A)(E*) R Eddery 4 9 7
Darragh Keenan (7) 82
5 (6) 00L- MININGROCKS (23)(D,G,S) C Dore 6 9 7 .. Keelan Baker (7) 87
6 (4) 333- CANADIAN ROYAL (15)(E,T) S C Williams 4 9 5
P J McDonald ★99
7 (12) /60- GONE WITH THE WIND (23)(A,S) Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 5
Phil Dennis (3) 82
8 (3) 043- BIG AMIGO (15)(C3,A)(E) D Loughnane 5 9 4 ... B A Curtis —
9 (10) 043- MR POTTER (19)(D3,A)(E,P*) R C Guest 5 9 4 ...J Osborn (7) —
10(13) 401- PRINCESS WAY (12)(CD,D,A,G)(V) P Evans 4 9 4
Fran Berry 96
11 (7) 656- FORTINBRASS (15)(CD,C4,A,G) J Balding 8 9 3 .. R Winston 86
12 (8) 155- TILLY DEVINE (12)(C,A)(B) S Dixon 4 8 11 .........K O’Neill 93
13 (1) 623- NARALSAIF (13)(V) D Shaw 4 8 10..................... P Mathers 89
Star Betting: — 4 Canadian Royal, 6 Princess Way, Mr Potter, 7 Big
Amigo, Unnoticed, 15-2 Meandmyshadow, Kafoo, Naralsaif, 12 others.
2017: Essenaitch 4 9 7, J F Egan 6-1 (P Evans), drawn (1), 13 ran.
STARFORM: PRINCESS WAY DANGER: Naralsaif
TRACKFACTS: Right-hand oval course of about one mile four
furlongs with a 450yds run-in. Basically a fast track, but eight
stiffish fences and four hurdles make sound jumping essential.
TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) E Williams 37 winners, (14.3%
strike rate), +£12.00, N Henderson 30, (29.7%), -£0.71, P Hobbs
24, (20.7%), -£1.50, H Daly 21, (17.6%), -£8.00, T R George 17,
(19.5%), -£3.00, K Bailey 17, (18.1%), +£21.88, Miss V Williams 17,
(11.9%), +£2.50, A King 12, (21.8%), +£13.00, Jonjo O’Neill 10,
(10.6%), +£8.00, C Longsdon 8, (11.3%), -£7.00, P Nicholls 8,
(22.2%), -£0.38, M Sheppard 8, (13.6%), -£1.00, F O’Brien 7,
(11.9%), -£5.00, T Symonds 6, (13.3%), +£35.00.
TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) R Johnson 34 winners, (19.9%
strike rate), -£12.00, P Brennan 23, (24.0%), -£9.00, S TwistonDavies 16, (10.1%), -£9.00, A Wedge 14, (12.6%), +£9.00, A
Coleman 14, (10.4%), -£3.10, D Bass 14, (22.6%), +£9.88, W
Hutchinson 11, (20.8%), -£2.00, A Tinkler 11, (16.2%), -£5.50, T J
O’Brien 8, (11.8%), -£0.50, Jamie Moore 7, (11.9%), -£3.00, N De
Boinville 7, (17.1%), -£1.25, L Aspell 6, (12.8%), +£44.25, N Fehily
6, (10.3%), -£5.12, B Poste 6, (12.0%), +£33.00, D G Noonan 5,
(25.0%), +£4.00, D Jacob 5, (10.9%), -£3.00.
1.20
JUVENILE HURDLE
Class 4 (9 flights) 4YO 2m (7 runners) £4,938
1
30 BLACKJACKTENNESSEE (50) S Flook 10 12 .... D G Noonan 58
2 36P ETOO SPORT (27)(P*) Richard Hobson 10 12.. C Hammond (7) 58
3
2 LOOK MY WAY (32)(BF) J J Quinn 10 12................R Johnson ★99
4 -556 LORD COUNTY (14) Oliver Greenall 10 12 ................. I Popham 85
5
0 NIGH OR NEVER (54)(B*,T*) Miss R Curtis 10 12 .... A Wedge 76
6 523P SOMMERVIEU (18) C Longsdon 10 12 .......... Jonathan Burke 55
7
5 MIRZAM (63) T Symonds 10 5 ............................... Jamie Moore 71
Star Betting: — 4-11 Look My Way, 6 Sommervieu, 11 Mirzam, 22
Etoo Sport, 40 Nigh Or Never, 50 Lord County, 150 Blackjacktennessee.
2017: No corresponding meeting.
STARFORM: LOOK MY WAY DANGER: Sommervieu
RESTAURANT MAIDEN HURDLE
1.50 JUBILEE
(4) (11 flights) 2m 5f (16 runners) £4,809
1 2-FP AARON LAD (16) Dr R Newland 7 11 6 ................. Sean Bowen 91
2 L-30 BARBROOK STAR (56) P Hobbs 6 11 6 .................T J O’Brien 92
3
34- BILLINGSLEY (372) A Ralph 6 11 6 .........................L Edwards 95
4 206- CHATO (307)(S) A King 6 11 6............................ W Hutchinson 85
5 5-44 COPPER WEST (29)(BF) T R George 7 11 6 ..........A P Heskin 90
6
2-1 INDIAN HAWK (234) N Henderson 6 11 6.................... D Jacob ★99
7 421/ KILFILUM CROSS (682) K Bailey 7 11 6 ....................D Crosse 77
8 -430 LORD GETAWAY (39) H Evans 6 11 6 ..........................L Aspell 89
9 3-63 MON ELDORADO (56)(H) Christian Williams 6 11 6 .... N Fehily 94
10
2-1 PECULIAR PLACES (35)(G) W Greatrex 6 11 6..... G Sheehan 91
11 1-33 SPIDER’S BITE (28)(G) H Daly 6 11 6.........................A Tinkler 92
12 1-62 THE DELLERCHECKOUT (32) P Nicholls 5 11 6
S Twiston-Davies 92
13 542- VICTARION (291) P Hobbs 6 11 6 ............................R Johnson 93
14
30 YOU’RE SO RIGHT (51) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 6 .......... A Coleman 80
15 303 YOUNG PHOENIX (35) M Keighley 6 11 6 ............C Shoemark 91
16 1-32 JET SET (32)(G) C Longsdon 6 10 13 ............ Jonathan Burke 93
Star Betting: — 9-4 Indian Hawk, 11-2 The Dellercheckout, 7
Victarion, 15-2 Peculiar Places, 8 Copper West, 12 Chato, Jet Set,
Spider’s Bite, 14 Mon Eldorado, 16 Kilfilum Cross, 33 others.
STARFORM: JET SET DANGER: Spider’s Bite
(NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP)
2.20 CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (8 runners) £7,538
1 1302 EXITAS (12)(G,S) P W Middleton 10 11 8 ... James Bowen (5) ★99
2 P1-3 COPAIN DE CLASSE (60)(BF,S) P Nicholls 6 11 7
S Twiston-Davies 98
3 21P- TREE OF LIBERTY (249)(G) Kerry Lee 6 11 5 .. Jamie Moore 86
4 -P22 LITTLE CHUNK (37)(BF,G)(T) K Bailey 6 10 11 .......D Crosse 91
5 3-62 JOUEUR BRESILIEN (55)(P*) Miss R Curtis 6 10 11 .. A Wedge 92
6 P465 MASTER OF VERSE (128)(H) Miss V Williams 9 10 9
C Deutsch (3) 88
7 0-34 SISTER SIBYL (19)(S) H Morrison 7 10 4 ...............T J O’Brien 94
8 -2P1 NIGHTFLY (29)(D,G)(T) C Longsdon 7 10 4 ...Jonathan Burke 88
Star Betting: — 2 Copain De Classe, 6 Joueur Bresilien, Sister Sibyl,
7 Little Chunk, 15-2 Exitas, 10 Nightfly, 11 Master Of Verse, 20 Tree Of
Liberty.
STARFORM: NIGHTFLY DANGER: Copain De Classe
MARES’ HANDICAP HURDLE
2.50 1871
Class 3 (12 flights) 3m (7 runners) £6,563
1 4-1U SAINTE LADYLIME (28)(S) K Bailey 7 11 12...James Bowen (5) 97
2 -601 ELLENS WAY (8)(S) J Scott 6 11 6(7ex) ...................M Griffiths ★99
3 P-44 TAMBURA (30)(D,S) G C Maundrell 8 10 13 ..... M Bastyan (5) 97
4 L-P0 DAISY DE SIVOLA (18) N Williams 5 10 11 .....Lizzie Kelly (3) 95
5 0FF- BRAVENTARA (258)(G) T R George 7 10 11 .........A P Heskin 98
6 4-25 FILLE DES CHAMPS (42)(S)(T) E Williams 7 10 1.... A Wedge 94
7 PPPL PASSING FIESTA (19)(G)(V*) S-J Davies 9 10 0
C Hammond (7) 80
LONG HANDICAP: Passing Fiesta 7-3.
Star Betting: — 13-8 Ellens Way, 7-2 Sainte Ladylime, 11-2
Braventara, 6 Tambura, 9 Fille Des Champs, 12 Daisy De Sivola, 200
Passing Fiesta.
STARFORM: ELLENS WAY DANGER: Fille Des Champs
3.20
HANDICAP CHASE
Class 4 (19 fences) 3m (6 runners) £5,263
1 4552 HEDGEINATOR (26)(S)(P) Christian Williams 8 12 0
James Bowen ★99
2 4155 COUGAR’S GOLD (16)(G,S)(T) P Bowen 7 11 12 .. DOUBTFUL 84
3 L4PU JACK SNIPE (30)(G,S)(B) J Scott 9 11 9......... Sean Houlihan 85
4 -425 AGREEMENT (44)(S)(P) Mrs N Evans 8 10 7 ..Mr H F Nugent 78
5 0P32 IT’S A STEAL (34)(C,S) Mrs K Stephens 11 10 5...Mr L Williams 84
6 1L-P VEAUCE DE SIVOLA (235)(D,S)(T) B Barr 9 10 0
Mr J J O’Neill 84
LONG HANDICAP: Veauce De Sivola 9-13.
Star Betting: — 5-4 Hedgeinator, 7-2 Jack Snipe, 6 Veauce De Sivola,
7 It’s A Steal, 12 Agreement.
STARFORM: HEDGEINATOR DANGER: It’s A Steal
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
3.50 STANDARD
Class 4 2m
(11 runners)
1
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4
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1 BRUSHED UP (28)(CD,S) T Symonds 5 11 6 ............... B Poste 94
ANGEL MOON F O’Brien 5 11 2 ................................. P Brennan 88
2 CHEEKY CHICA (39) N Mulholland 5 11 2 ................... N Fehily 96
LADY OF THE NIGHT K Bailey 5 11 2...................M Hamill (5) 88
0 PEDULIA ALBA (210) Mrs S Gardner 5 11 2 ... Sean Houlihan (7) 86
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SALLY CAN’T WAIT G McPherson 5 11 2 ........ Mr J Nailor (7) 76
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SIMONIA N Henderson 5 11 2 ........................Nico De Boinville ★99
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JOE ROOT says the planning for a successful
Ashes tour to Australia
in 2021 must start now.
And the England skipper reckons
victory in Sydney in the fifth and
final Test of this series would be
the perfect foundation.
“It’s really important to me and
this squad to get a win off this tour
and build on that for four years’
time,” said Root, whose side lost the
first three Tests before drawing in
Melbourne to avoid a whitewash.
“The next time we come here we
can’t look at it in a daunted way, or
feel like there’s a massive gap
between the two sides.
“If we do things in the right way
we’ve got a really good chance.
“It’s going to be really important
that we look at performing out here
well from now and not too far later
down the line, two years or a year
in advance.
“The planning for it has to start
now.”
Much of the build up to this
trip Down Under was dominated by
Ben Stokes’ absence, due to his
arrest for his alleged involvement
in a brawl outside a Bristol night-
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in Sydney
club. Then there was the fall-out
from Jonny Bairstow’s headbutt on
Aussie opener Cameron Bancroft
in a Perth bar, followed by the revelation Ben Duckett had poured a
drink over England team-mate
Jimmy Anderson.
Asked what England should have
done differently, Root replied:
“Make sure no-one is head-butting
anyone and people were more
sensible off the field on the back of
what happened in the summer.”
Tough
But Root believes there has not
been much wrong with England’s
approach on the pitch.
He said: “The way we’ve wanted
to break down Australia and win
over here has not necessarily been
wrong.
“We’ve just been out-skilled in
these conditions and that’s tough
to take.
“That extra bit of pace could be
very important next time round.
It’s hard to plan for that.
“That’s something that’s got to
come quite naturally from some-
where. It’s also been proved how
big the spin department can be over
here.
“As a batting group, you’ve just
got to be prepared to bat for long,
long periods of time.
“The characters currently in our
squad have that desire and ability.
“But it’s now making sure that
leading up to that next Ashes series,
which is a long long way off, there’s
plenty of opportunities for guys to
gain experience and come back
really ready for it.”
Mitchell Starc declared himself
fit after a run out in the nets
yesterday, following a fortnight
resting his bruised heel.
That was not good news for England’s hopes of signing off with a
win.
Root said no decision had been
made on Mason Crane’s possible
call-up but it seems likely that if he
does come in, it will be at the
expense of Tom Curran rather than
Moeen Ali.
ENGLAND (possible): Cook, Stoneman,
Vince, Root (capt), Malan, Bairstow (wkt),
Moeen, Woakes, Broad, Crane, Anderson.
AUSTRALIA (possible): Bancroft, Warner,
Khawaja, Smith (capt), S Marsh, M Marsh,
Paine, Cummins, Starc, Lyon, Hazlewood.
Umpires: J Wilson, K Dharmasena. TV: S Ravi.
Starts: 23:30, Live on BT Sport One.
Perfect 10 for Rob’s high Riders
ROB PATERNOSTRO is delighted
with his side’s recent form as
Leicester Riders head into the New
Year off the back of a 10-game
winning streak.
The Riders, who achieved a
memorable treble last season, went
through November and December
unbeaten to open up a lead at the
top of the BBL Championship.
Facing a busy schedule in the final
month of 2017, Paternostro’s side
won all seven matches.
Those victories included back-toback wins over their closest rivals,
■ by BRADLEY GAINS
Newcastle Eagles and Glasgow
Rocks.
“It’s been a fantastic job
from our guys,” said
Paternostro.
“Going through November
and December undefeated is
a tremendous effort.
“It shows the ability to stay
focused and win games in
different ways.
“Some we controlled from
start to finish, but others we had to
battle back and show character.”
Leicester have a 12-1 league record
and are also in the quarter-finals of
the BBL Trophy with another league
clash at Newcastle this month.
“We’ve got to just keep doing
what we’ve been doing –
there’s a long way to go,”
Paternostro added.
“Our players are learning a
lot and that’s important.”
Surrey Scorchers opened
2018 with an 82-80 win over
London Lions to end a run of
four straight defeats.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
41
WORLD DARTS
TROPHY: Taylor
Perfect
Match
for Phil
■ by RICHARD LEWIS
PHIL TAYLOR is having
the World Matchplay
trophy named after him
as reward for the
extraordinary impact he
has had on darts.
The Power, 57, beaten
by Rob Cross 7-2 in
Monday night’s World
Championship final, has
retired after almost three
decades in the sport.
Last summer he won
the BetVictor World
Matchplay for the 16th
time – now his name will
always be associated
with the tournament in
Blackpool.
PDC chairman Barry
Hearn said: “It was a
great decision. We owe
Phil Taylor a huge
amount within the sport
of darts.
Respect
“He had a special
affinity with Blackpool,
as it showed last year
when he came back and
won it, and we thought
what better way than to
change the name of that
trophy to ‘The Phil Taylor
Trophy’ so that we
always remember what
we owe Phil Taylor.
“It’s a mark of respect
and is thoroughly
deserved. I will always
have a special part in
me that remembers his
contribution to where
we are now globally.
“Everything about
darts is going vertically
upwards, it’s looking
fantastic.”
The 2018 World
Matchplay will be staged
between July 21-29 at
the Winter Gardens.
ACE ROB HAS
A BALL
Rugby injury put king
Cross on road to glory
NEW world champion Rob
Cross has revealed how he
swapped tries for bullseyes
after damaging his tackle.
Cross, 27, was taking in his success
yesterday after an amazing 7-2 victory
over Phil Taylor in the William Hill
World Championship final as The Power
headed into retirement.
But it could have been so different as
Cross sustained a rather delicate testicle
injury playing rugby when he was 17.
He said: “I was okay at it, I enjoyed it.
I was No.8, back of the scrum but I took
an unfortunate injury.
“It was enough to put me off. Use your
imagination. I walked like John Wayne
for a month!”
Sensational
Rugby’s loss has become darts’ gain.
Cross will now be a major name in the
Premier League when he makes his
debut next month and departing Taylor
believes that the new champion can
create a rivalry with world No.1 Michael
van Gerwen.
Cross added: “I believe I can dominate
going forward. I still have loads to learn
but winning this will help me greatly as
I now know I can win and play well.”
The former electrician has been
sensational since joining the PDC
Tour in February, his £400,000 cheque
for becoming world champion on his
tournament debut taking his prize
money beyond £600,000.
Such is his dedication that he even
missed the birth of his third child in
April. He was playing in Barnsley when
He’s best ‘B team’
by Farr for Merc
■ RUGBY UNION
ENGLAND playmaker
Owen Farrell has been
voted the game’s best
player by Rugby World
magazine.
Farrell is joined in the
top 10 by international
colleague Maro Itoje
with Courtney Lawes the
next highest-placed
member of Eddie Jones’
squad at 17th.
New Zealand fly-half
Beauden Barrett, the
reigning world player of
the year, came second
and Fiji lock Leone
Nakarawa third.
■ FORMULA ONE
WORLD champion Lewis
Hamilton’s Mercedes team
could copy Ferrari and
run a second outfit.
Sauber will be badged
as Alfa-Romeo Sauber
next season with
sponsors Ferrari
supplying power units,
technical support and
Academy driver Charles
Leclerc.
Mercedes have links
with Aston Martin and
team boss Toto Wolff said
the move was “visionary”,
adding: “It’s something
we are considering.”
■ by RICHARD LEWIS
daughter Maddison arrived. “I missed
the birth through darts,” said Cross,
who comes from Hastings.
“The dedication side of it at that time,
that early in the year, I had to play
everything because I wanted to qualify
for the World Matchplay.
“The missus pushed me to do it. I said I
would make the birth and she said, ‘No,
you can’t, get to the Matchplay and try to
kick on’.
“I am very fortunate that my other half,
Georgia, is with me and will push me to
do that.”
Cross, who also has a six-year-old
son, Leyton, and a three-year-old
daughter, revealed how his life has
changed for the better thanks to darts.
The new world champion, who used to
wake up at 4.30am for work, said: “I am
not very good at maths.
“But to make £400,000, I would probably
have to work roughly about 10 years,
£40,000 a year with a bit of overtime.
I would have to graft.
“If I didn’t get up in the morning I
never got paid. That is tough then but
I have been fortunate because Georgia
used to work.
“My wife looked after children with
disabilities. She is brilliant at it. I
admire her because I could not do it. It
would be heart-wrenching.
“It takes a real sort of person to do that
and not get attached because I would.
“I get time at home now with the kids,
three days, sometimes one day. It is what
you do with your time when you get it
and make the best of it.”
Cool Konta
fights back
■ TENNIS
JOHANNA KONTA recovered
after losing the first set to
wild card Ajla Tomljanovic to
reach the quarter-finals of
the Brisbane International.
Konta (left) was broken four
times in the first set but
recovered to beat the local
hope 4-6 6-1 6-4.
World No.9 Konta is
running into form in time for
the Australian Open.
She said: “There wasn’t a
lot in it so I’m glad I stayed
tough to come through that.”
Fellow Brit Kyle Edmund
also came from a set down to
beat Canadian teenager
Denis Shapovalov 6-7 7-6 6-4
to reach the last 16.
■
HE’S GOT THE
POWER: World
champion Rob
Cross with trophy
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Village idiot: has your lap
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top had a malfunction coz
in 2017 ebbsfleet won play-off
to get into national league and
I ain’t missed a game home/
away this season. so how was
that a poor season for my great
little club in Kent? there ain’t
many of us but we are genuine
fans that go to games. why
don’t you go to a game in
2018? ebb army. ebb Paul
Great text john, nearly
every club at some point in
there history has survived
through handouts off rich fans
or rich benefactors. Man utd,
Arsenal included, the two most
high and mighty hypocritical
clubs on the planet! Mick
Cours LFC wud be happy
2 be second 2 MCFC dey
r awesum. real uncle snack
Its time players had 2 play
with hands behind their
backs so there wud b no
confusion as 2 whether arm or
hand deliberately touched the
ball. Jasper Carrot lookalike
ref needs a ball somewhere on
his anatomy if he thought
Chambers handled in W Brom
game. What was he meant 2
do in a split second?
Ludicrous. GINNY P
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re John no you donat need
to go on you just do..cfc1 it
will still show forest have won
euro cup twice as many times
as Chelsea NFFC 4EVA.
TETS
A bit rich Mourinho having
a go at Klopp for buying
one player, how much has HE
spent? Mooseman
poor jose a BILLION pound
spent on transfers before
they exploded, and he pleads
poverty. Lets have a whipround.
Sack him, get giggs, another
joke manager. bighead
Merson get real. U think If
Liverpool sell Coutinho we
could replace him with
Wilshere? FYI we already have
a good kitman. Ever thought of
doing stand-up? Pete
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Apologies muscles! You
right, we drop out top 4
shortly. Can’t believe how we
are falling behind in football
style under Jose. It is not a
good watch mate.
PAUL COOK
Dixie Dean, Jimmy
Greaves and others got
more goals in a year than
Harry Kane. Liverpool spend
more millions trying to win
silverware. None for 6 years,
no title 28 years. how poor is
that? CFC1
what a easy xmas & new
yr city had playin nomarks
like bournemouth, newcastle
& palace & now about2 face
rubbish like burnley in the
cup! clive sweeney,
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SERIOUSLY
Heat’s back on foo
tball PREMIER
Hughes
STOKE directors were in
talks last night over the
future of Mark Hughes.
The Potters boss is
waiting to learn his fate
■ by STEVE MADELEY
after a run of four points
from seven league games
Scholes. Midfielder
pushed him closer to the
Charlie Adam sprung to
sack.
the defence of Hughes.
Fans called for his head
Adam said: “I’m
during Monday’s 1-0 home
disappointed to see
defeat by Newcastle.
banners against the
But the Welshman could
manager, who has done a
be spared for now as
wonderful job here.
chairman and owner Peter
“Fans have an opinion
Coates is reluctant to
and we respect that.
wield the axe.
Times are tough, let’s not
Coates is not a fan of
hide from it, and we’re
changing managers
under pressure – that’s us
mid-season and the club
as a group, manager, staff
fear a shortage of strong
and players.
candidates to replace
“We have to take the
Hughes could leave the
flak. We thoroughly
club worse off.
deserve it at the moment
Hughes led Stoke to
and it’s only us who can
ninth-place finishes
change it. We’ve got to get
in his first three
ourselves out of the
seasons. But they
mess we’re in.”
fell to 13th last
Adam was saddened
term and this
by the angry chants
season have
from the home
conceded 47 goals in
crowd after
22 games.
Monday’s
Coates will make
game. He
the final call before
said: “Fans
Saturday’s FA Cup
backed us
trip to Coventry
during the
but will listen to
game but it’s
advice from
still hard to
fellow
hear at the
TIME FOR A end because
directors,
CHANGE?
including son
I think he’s
Mark Hughes is
John and chief
done a
executive Tony
great job.”
under pressure
■
LEAGUE
PHIL’S COUT
FOR
£133M
Ace may get
move at last
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
PHILIPPE
COUTINHO
hopes he has played his
last game for Liverpool
as he aims to force
through a move to Barcelona this month.
But the Spanish giants will have
to offer in excess of £130m for the
Reds to consider letting their star
man leave Anfield.
The Kop ace is a doubt for Friday’s FA Cup third round clash
with Everton after sitting out their
New Year’s Day win over Burnley
with a thigh injury.
But he may never wear the No. 10
shirt for the Reds again if he gets
his way.
Softened
Liverpool’s summer stance that
Coutinho was not for sale at any
price appears to have significantly
softened in recent weeks and that
is why the player thinks he may get
his move.
The club, and manager Jurgen
Klopp, have stopped short of
saying he will definitely be at
Anfield on February 1 when the
window closes.
That is in stark contrast to the
approach in the summer when
Fenway Sports Group, the club’s
owners, made it clear he would not
be sold at any price even after the
player put in a transfer request.
Coutinho’s advisors have been
trying to convince the Reds’ hierarchy to sanction a move to Spain
since the summer window.
Although Liverpool have not
named a price, it is understood it
■
WANTAWAY:
Philippe Coutinho
has had his hopes of
Barca move increased
would take an offer way in excess
of the third £118m bid that was
rejected in the summer, for any
negotiations to start.
That deal included £36m in the
way of clauses, such as the Brazilian winning the Ballon d’Or, and
Liverpool were not interested in
the way that package was put
together.
Reports in Spain suggest Barca
are ready to make a fourth bid of
around £133m but as of last night
no new offer had been received.
Barcelona have not stopped some
of their star players talking about
Coutinho while their kit makers
Nike blundered by advertising
shirts bearing his name this week.
Coutinho, although injured, fears
if he plays again this month, it
could scupper his dream move. He
missed the start of the season with
a back problem when Barcelona
were in pursuit.
The Brazilian, who Liverpool
bought from Inter Milan for £8.3m
in 2013, signed a five-year deal 12
months ago with no release clause.
But he is increasingly confident
he could finally be heading to the
Nou Camp.
Jesse makes the jump
JESSE LINGARD is making
the jump needed to be a top
player for Manchester
United.
Old Trafford boss Jose
Mourinho hailed the
England attacking
midfielder after he scored
his 10th goal of the season
(left) in United’s 2-0 win over
Everton on New Year’s Day.
Lingard is ahead of Kevin
De Bruyne and Chelsea ace
Eden Hazard in the scoring
charts this season as he
continues to improve.
“These boys – they either
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
jump or they don’t jump,”
Mourinho said.
“It’s one thing to be a
young talent, and another
thing is to be a very good
player.
“Some players are not
capable to do that jump.
“They go from great
potential young players to
normal players. I think
Jesse is making that jump.
“He is being more
consistent, he is adaptable,
he understands better the
game, he understands the
different spaces and
positions. I think he is
going in a good direction.”
Lingard is certainly on the
right path and has bagged
seven goals in his last nine
appearances for United.
Asked what his goals
target is for the season, he
replied: “It’s secret but I’m
working towards it and I’ll
keep working hard to help
the team.
“I’m pushing myself and
trying to get as many goals
as possible this season.”
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
SERIOUSLY
football
INJURY: Jamie Vardy
Vardy’s
reunion
in doubt
■ by RALPH ELLIS
CLAUDE PUEL has warned
Jamie Vardy he won’t risk
his long-term fitness for
some FA Cup romance.
The striker is battling to
make Saturday’s thirdround tie at Fleetwood, the
club that launched his
rags-to-riches tale.
He missed Monday’s 3-0
win over Huddersfield after
injuring his groin at
Liverpool two days earlier
and Puel said: “Jamie really
wants to play in the cup
because the game means
so much to him.
“It is not a serious injury
and we hope that he will be
ready to play.
“But we cannot take any
risks with him if he is not
100 per cent because we
cannot allow him to be out
for a longer time.”
Portugal midfielder Adrien
Silva is set to make his full
debut after playing the final
five minutes against
Huddersfield.
Silva had to wait four
months for clearance
because Leicester missed
the August transfer
deadline by 14 seconds.
Winger Marc Albrighton
said: “His technical ability
is second to none.
“It’s been tough for him
having to wait so long but
he’s a great character, he’s
come into training smiling
every day.
“We made sure he was
involved when we have had
social events and he seems
now that he can be settled
both on and off the field.”
Murray’s
no worry
■ by IAN WINROW
GLENN MURRAY insists he
will welcome a new striker
to Brighton even though it
would threaten his starting
spot.
Albion boss Chris
Hughton is keen to boost
his side’s firepower in this
month’s transfer window.
Murray, 34, and Israel star
Tomer Hemed have been
the Seagulls’ only fit
forwards this season.
The team’s struggles in
front of goal have underlined the need for another
option and Murray is keen
to see a new face come in.
He said: “It is the nature
of the beast, whatever club
you are at. Look at Zlatan
Ibrahimovic at Man Utd,
when they bought Romelu
Lukaku for a lot of money.
“It is a revolving door but
goals are the way forward
and everyone is looking for
a better centre-forward.
“If clubs want to progress
and win things, that’s just
the nature of the game.
“If someone comes in at
the club and scores a lot of
goals to keep us in the
division, then great.”
43
PREMIER LEAGUE
Refs stuck in the
Dark Ages
NEW ATTACK
BY WENGER
■ by DAVID WOODS
ARSENE WENGER is on a collision
course with the FA after he stepped
up his war with referee Mike Dean
yesterday.
The Frenchman first blasted Dean saying, “He saw
what he wanted to see” when he awarded West Brom
a late penalty for handball on Sunday.
Wenger then continued his assault on the 49-yearold official, claiming his style of refereeing was like
something from the “Dark Ages”.
His amazing attacks came before he was charged
by the FA for comments made to Dean and match
officials in their room after the 1-1 draw at The
Hawthorns. He has until Friday to respond.
The FA confirmed last night that they will be
reviewing the outbursts from Wenger which came
as he gave his media briefings ahead of tonight’s
visit by Chelsea.
In a further twist, the referee at the Emirates is
Anthony Taylor, who Wenger abused and shoved
when he was fourth official at Burnley last January,
earning a four-game touchline ban.
MORATA TO
SCORE FIRST
4/1
Assault
The commission will take Wenger’s previous
offences into account – as they were within a year of
the new charge – when they meet, probably by the
end of next week.
This suggests the 68-year-old is likely to be hit with
a lengthy ban.
It is also understood the FA are ready to publish
exact details of Wenger’s verbal assault on Dean.
In his fresh attack on Dean, who ruled Calum
Chambers had deliberately handled against West
Brom, Wenger said of refs: “They have not to be the
star.
“We want them to respect the game and make
the right decision and the ego
should not interfere in that.
“It’s not appropriate in 2018 that
the guy calls a player, speaks half a
minute, or a minute to him, to say,
‘Look, you have to behave properly’.
“That is gone. That is not the
rhythm of a modern society.
“People want crisp, sharp action,
and the referee has to make sure that
happens.
“They want to see, ‘Come on, let’s
get on with it and play’. That’s our
responsibility.”
Jay Rodriguez converted the
penalty on Sunday and continuing
his blast Wenger said: “This one is a
bit of a farce, seriously.
“You do not give a penalty like
that in the last minute of a game.
When you see how Dean shows
his arm it is nothing to do with
what happened. So he sees what
he wants to see.”
Wenger confirmed Dean had told
him to “keep quiet” when he confronted him after the final whistle.
Of Taylor, who was fourth official
when ref Jon Moss awarded Burnley
a late-spot-kick, Wenger said: “I don’t
want to make a story out of Anthony
Taylor to put pressure on him.
WORLD CUP
“But what happened at the time, I
FEARS: Luiz
stood up and I’m experienced enough
could
leave Chelsea
to look after myself.”
■
POINT MADE:
Arsene Wenger
confronts ref Mike Dean
at the final whistle
LUIZ FACES EXIT IF HE SULKS
■
ANTONIO CONTE has opened
the door for David Luiz to quit
Chelsea this month if he moans
about a lack of action.
The Brazil defender fears he
may not get back into the first
team when he returns from
injury, putting his World
Cup place at risk.
And Conte admitted he
does not want unhappy
players at the club spoiling
his side’s unity.
The Chelsea boss
said: “I was a player.
I will understand if
someone is worried
for the World Cup.
“I prefer to have players
very happy to stay here
because when you are
unhappy you transfer this to
the other players, to me and
to my staff, and I don’t like this.
I like to avoid this situation.”
Luiz is back in training after a
knee injury but will not be
allowed to leave the club
■ by PAUL BROWN
unless the Blues can sign a
replacement.
Prior to his recent injury
lay-off, the defender was
dropped for Chelsea’s clash
with Manchester United amid
reports he and Conte had a
furious row in the build-up to
the game.
Feelings
The 30-year-old will miss
tonight’s clash with Arsenal but
could return against Norwich in
the FA Cup on Saturday.
Michy Batshuayi is another
player who could soon be
making his feelings known
to Conte.
The Belgium striker has
started just three league games
since he joined from Marseille
in a £33m deal in July 2016 and
his World Cup hopes are also
under threat.
He is after a loan move but
Conte said: “If you compare,
Batshuayi plays much more
this season than last season.
“My task is to try to improve
every single player.
“When there is the right
moment and the club ask me
something about the transfer
market, I give my opinion.
“My expectation is for all
the players in the squad to
stay here and try to continue
to work.
“It is impossible to sell one
player or send one on loan
unless we take another player.”
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
yesterday denied any interest
in signing Luiz, who has not
been missed since Dane
Andreas Christensen replaced
him in the team, but Juventus
are thought to be keeping tabs
on his situation.
West Ham have twice tried to
sign Batshuayi and could come
in for him again if Chelsea
make him available.
44
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, January 3, 2018
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Aguero 63
Gray 82
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Long 17
Att: 28,411
McArthur 69
Milivojevic 80
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Llorente 12 Alli 89
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Carroll 59, 90
McClean 30
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Kamara 72, 76
Garner 45
Sent off: Spence 54
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Att: 14,491
Maghoma 24
Gallagher 64
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Douglas 59 Jota 80
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IN ASSOCIATION WITH
TASTY NANDO
WORTH WAIT
■
SWAN-NIL: Fernando Llorente
celebrates in a muted style
after scoring against his old club
ICE HOCKEY
Elite League: Dundee 3 Braehead 2
(SO), Guildford 10 Edinburgh 1.
TENNIS
ATP & WTA Brisbane International,
(Australia) – men’s 1st rd: K Edmund
(Gbr) bt D Shapovalov (Can) 6-7 7-6
6-4. Women’s 2nd rd: J Konta (Gbr) bt
A Tomljanovic (Cro) 4-6 6-1 6-4.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
Premier League
Arsenal v Chelsea (7.45pm) ...............................
CRICKET
5th Test (day 1 of 5) – Sydney:
Australia v England (11.30pm).
3rd T20 International – Mount
Maunganui: New Zealand v West
Indies (6am).
ICE HOCKEY
Elite League: Fife v Manchester
(7pm). Challenge Cup quarter-final,
2nd leg: Nottingham (1) v Milton Keynes
(2) (7.30pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Connacht; 6 Chris; 7 Billy;
9 Leek; 10 Symons;12 Masson; 14 Aoki;
17 Neary; 18 O’Shea; 19 Portugal.
DOWN: 2 Obree; 3 Nish; 4 Cabaye;
5 Toldo; 6 Coleman; 8 Yoshida; 11
Bowyer; 13 Sharp; 15 Ochoa; 16 Lomu.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Guiseley, 2 Rugby league, 3 Michael
Owen, 4 Shane Byrne, 5 Jason
Gillespie.
SOCCER
LINES
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EVERTON will send
a delegation to
London today to meet
Besiktas president
Fikret Orman aiming to
secure a £25m deal for
striker Cenk Tosun.
ASTON VILLA,
Middlesbrough,
Fulham and Derby are
watching Valarenga
and ex-Manchester
City midfielder
Abdisalam Ibrahim.
WATFORD are keen
on Getafe keeper
Vicente Guaita.
NORWICH will
give a long-term
contract to German
defensive midfielder
Tom Trybull, 24.
HUDDERSFIELD
have signed Monaco
defender Terence
Kongolo on loan.
QPR want Peterborough’s 16-goal
striker Jack Marriott
in a swap deal with
Conor Washington.
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WHEN
Swansea
sold
their two best players in
the summer, they sold
their place in the Premier
League too.
Getting
nearly
£70m
for
Fernando Llorente and Gylfi
Sigurdsson might have looked a
good deal at the time but they
have now both scored against
the club they left.
And the Welsh outfit are buried
at the bottom of the table – having
scored only 13 times themselves all
season.
Llorente had waited until last
night for his full debut as Harry
Kane has banged in goals left,
right and centre, but he didn’t
waste time when it finally came.
With the England striker on the
bench because he was still getting
over a virus, Spaniard Llorente
took just 12 minutes to get his first
Premier League goal for Spurs.
He was lucky as he was a yard offside as he moved to the near post to
head home Christian Eriksen’s
free-kick.
But assistant Marc Perry’s flag
stayed down, giving ref Robert
Madley one more to add his own
Christmas catalogue of blunders.
And it proved critical on a wild,
wet and windy night in South
Wales, as Tottenham hung on to
that lead and then wrapped up the
result in the final minutes through
Dele Alli.
It was the worst possible start for
Llorente returns to punish Swans
by RALPH ELLIS
SWANSEA
TOTTENHAM
0
2
new Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal,
blowing away the optimism from
winning at Watford in his first
game in charge.
“I have just come to the Premier
League and I will not start talking
about the referees,” he said.
“The linesman apologised at the
end of the game to me and I understand it was a mistake. I make mistakes myself, so that’s okay.”
Clever
Carvalhal was less happy that
Madley chose not to show Spurs’
Davinson Sanchez a second yellow
card when he clattered into Martin
Olsson, having already booked him
for a foul on the same player.
Mauricio Pochettino immediately
subbed Sanchez and Carvalhal
said: “He is a clever manager and I
think we all know why.”
The Spurs boss himself admitted:
“I think we all worried about a second yellow card. We tried to avoid a
problem.”
Llorente didn’t celebrate his goal
out of deference to his former club
but must have been delighted to
get it.
“It has not been easy for
Fernando so I think it was important for him to score,” said
Pochettino.
“It is important for a player to
feel involved. He has shown a fantastic motivation to work and keep
going.”
Llorente said: “I am very happy. We knew it would be a difficult game because Swansea
needed to win.”
Spurs lived dangerously at times,
and first Luciano Narsingh then
Jordan Ayew should really have
equalised in the second half.
But in the end it was Kane who
made the difference, holding off
Federico Fernandez before picking
out Alli.
“They are two players who have a
connection,” said Eriksen.
“When one runs the other knows
where to go.”
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DELE DELIGHT:
Alli celebrates
making the points safe
with the second goal
SWANSEA (5-3-2): Fabianski; Rangel
(Narsingh 53), Van der Hoorn, Fernandez,
Mawson, Olsson; Sanches, Clucas, Carroll
(Routledge 78); Dyer (McBurnie 71), Ayew.
Subs: Nordfeldt, Fer, Bartley, Mesa.
TOTTENHAM (4-4-1-1): Lloris; Trippier,
Sanchez (Wanyama 59), Vertonghen,
Davies; Lamela (Sissoko 76), Eriksen, Dier,
Son; Allie; Llorente (Kane 67). Subs: Vorm,
Aurier, Winks, Walker-Peters.
Referee: Bobby Madley.
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SERIOUSLY
football
PREM LEAGUE
■
HEAD BOY: West
Ham’s Andy
Carroll soars to head
home the equaliser
CARROLL
STINGER
y ruins Pards’ day
And
ANDY
CARROLL
struck
twice
to
hand
the
Hammers three vital New
Year points.
The big Geordie pounced deep in
injury time when Marko Arnautovic
swung in an inviting cross and
Carroll was at the far post to fire home
a fierce right foot shot.
It was a bitter blow for Baggies boss
Alan Pardew who looked set to take a
point from his old club.
Carroll had earlier levelled the scores
with a powerful header after James
McClean had put West Brom in front
with his first league goal since September 2016 – against the Hammers.
Both sides knew how big this game
was and there were plenty of nerves in
the air as the game got under way.
Grabbed
Only two teams had scored fewer
goals away from home this season than
the Baggies going into this one.
But they almost drew first blood
when Salomon Rondon turned Angelo
Ogbonna and Winston Reid failed to
close but his chip sailed over.
West Ham had turned to Carroll for a
spark up front and he helped set up
Manuel Lanzini for a shot at the other
end Ben Foster did well to stop.
But the Hammers shot themselves in
the foot in the 30th minute when the
visitors grabbed a shock lead.
Jonny Evans won the ball from Pedro
Obiang deep in his own half and
Cheikhou Kouyate could not catch
McClean as he raced away.
Reid then looked like he was treading
water as he allowed McClean to cut
inside and get his shot away but it was
the wicked deflection off Obiang which
left Adrian with no chance. That got the
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by PAUL BROWN
WEST HAM
WEST BROM
2
1
Baggies fans singing but Foster did well
again to save another fine effort from
Lanzini as the Hammers rallied.
It could have been two just before the
break though. McClean swung in a
dangerous free kick and Evans had a
free shot from the edge of the six-yard
box but he scuffed it and watched
Adrian easily gather.
There were boos from the home fans
at half time but their side should
have equalised just after the break.
Arnautovic fired the cross and
Carroll slid in six yards from goal but
just failed to keep his shot down.
There were glimmers of hope for the
Hammers but they looked a side
struggling for confidence.
That was until Carroll levelled on the
hour-mark, getting above Evans and
Kieran Gibbs to head home a peach of a
cross from Aaron Cresswell.
You could hardly have said it had been
coming but it was a priceless first goal
of the season for Carroll – and he didn’t
have
long
to
wait
for
his
second and his winner will have put a
WEST HAM (3-4-3): Adrian; Reid, Ogbonna,
Cresswell (Rice 77); Zabaleta, Kouyate, Obiang
(Noble 46), Masuaku (Chicharito 72); Lanzini,
Carroll, Arnautovic. Subs: Hart, Ayew,
Haksabanovic, Quina.
WEST BROM (4-2-3-1): Foster; Dawson,
Hegazi, Evans, Gibbs; Yacob (Barry 83);
Rodriguez (Burke 70), Krychowiak, Livermore
(Robson-Kanu 65), McClean; Rondon. Subs:
Myhill, Brunt, Burke, McAuley, Field.
Referee: Mike Jones.
Leaders Doug deep
RUBEN NEVES, Barry
Douglas and Diogo Jota
blasted Championship
leaders Wolves 12 points
clear at the top.
Record £15.8m signing
Neves scored an
unstoppable free-kick on
57 minutes to open the
scoring and Scottish
wing-back Douglas
added their second two
minutes later.
And Jota rounded off
the scoring after 80
minutes with a closerange finish after a
goalmouth scramble.
The runaway leaders
are also set to boost
their squad with the
£1.5m signing of striker
Rafa Mir from Valencia.
They should have
claimed the lead in the
second minute when
by STEVE MADELEY
WOLVES
BRENTFORD
3
0
winger Helder Costa
charged down the right
and crossed for Leo
Bonatini, who hit the
post.
Nico Yennaris came to
Brentford’s rescue on 12
minutes when his crucial
headed clearance on the
goal-line kept out Jota’s
towering header from a
Barry Douglas corner.
The Bees should have
led 11 minutes before
half-time when Ollie
Watkins delivered a
free-kick from the right
and Yoann Barbet’s
header was deflected a
couple of inches wide.
But Wolves went close
again before half-time as
Jota collected a Douglas
pull-back and saw his
shot palmed away by a
diving Daniel Bentley.
But Wolves took charge
of the game with two
goals in three minutes
before the hour-mark.
On 57 minutes Jota
was fouled by Ryan
Woods on the edge of
the box and Neves bent a
brilliant free-kick into the
top corner.
Then after 59 minutes
substitute Ivan Cavaleiro
raced down the right
flank and crossed for
Douglas, who hammered
home a shot from inside
the area.
And Jota’s late strike
sealed all three points.
CHILD’S PLAY: Douglas
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PALACE
RAIDER:
Milivojevic
jumps for joy
SERIOUSLY
football
PREMIER LEAGUE
PREMIER LEAGUE
Man City
Man United
Chelsea
Liverpool
Tottenham
Arsenal
Burnley
Leicester
Everton
Watford
Huddersfield
Brighton
Newcastle
C Palace
Bournemouth
West Ham
Southampton
Stoke
West Brom
Swansea
LUKA’S
Aili HERO
fires winner
P W D L
22 20 2 0
22 14 5 3
21 14 3 4
22 12 8 2
21 12 4 5
21 11 5 5
22 9 7 6
22 8 6 8
22 7 6 9
22 7 4 11
22 6 6 10
22 5 8 9
22 6 4 12
22 5 7 10
22 5 6 11
21 5 6 10
22 4 8 10
22 5 5 12
22 2 10 10
22 4 4 14
F
64
45
39
50
41
38
19
34
25
31
18
17
20
20
22
24
21
23
16
13
A Pts
13 62
16 47
14 45
25 44
20 40
26 38
19 34
32 30
34 27
40 25
35 24
27 23
30 22
33 22
34 21
39 21
32 20
47 20
30 16
34 16
M
LUKA MILIVOJEVIC went from
villain to hero in the space of
three days to haul Palace
further clear of danger and
send the Saints plummeting
towards the bottom three.
The Serbian missed a
dramatic stoppage-time penalty
in Palace’s 0-0 draw at home to
Manchester City on Sunday.
But he made amends with a
stunning 25-yard curler 10
minutes from time as Roy
Hodgson’s men came from
behind to win at St Mary’s.
The strike capped a fine
turnaround for Palace, who had
trailed to Shane Long’s first-half
effort before James McArthur
stabbed in an equaliser.
But there was bad news for the
Eagles last night with Scott
Dann and Jason Puncheon both
ruled out for the remainder of
the season through injury.
Serious
Boss Hodgson said: “Dann
and Puncheon are both cruciate
ligament injuries.
“They’ll see a specialist and
likely undergo surgery once
the swelling goes.
“We won’t see them play again
this season and they may not be
ready for the start of next.
They’re very serious injuries.”
On the turnaround in fortunes
for Milivojevic, Hodgson said:
“Anyone can miss a penalty but
it is about how you respond so
we are all delighted for Luka.
“I was pleased with the
determination and quality of our
play in the second half.
“It is amazing how many blows
on the chin you can take.
“There was a point when we
looked on the canvas but things
are looking brighter now.”
Palace appeared to be heading
for just their second defeat in 11
games when Long ended an
11-month goal drought.
The Irishman had not scored
for club or country since
February – a run stretching a
massive 35 games.
But he kept his cool to sweep
in Jeremy Pied’s low cross from
12 yards in the 17th minute after
by ALEX CROOK
SOUTHAMPTON 1
CRYSTAL PALACE 2
Palace failed to deal with Ryan
Bertrand’s initial centre.
Saints dominated for an hour
but the game changed in the
69th minute when Palace
levelled through McArthur.
Andros Townsend clipped the
ball into the box and when
Christian Benteke won the flick
on the Scotland midfielder was
on hand to rifle the ball home.
The goal was met by a
chorus of boos from the
Saints faithful, who have seen
their side win at home only
three times since April.
The mood become toxic 11
minutes later when Milivojevic
bent a crisp right-foot shot
into the top corner after being
given too much space on the
edge of the box.
Saints are now only out of
the relegation zone on goal
difference after going nine
matches without a victory.
Manager Mauricio Pellegrino
was given the dreaded vote of
confidence by chairman Ralph
Krueger earlier in the day.
And the Argentine said: “We
are in a difficult moment but we
did everything to win the game
in the first half.
“Suddenly we changed and
gave them the opportunity.
“The manager is responsible
for a big a part of this but I am a
part of one context.
“Hopefully in this market we
can improve the squad. We have
good players to bounce back.”
SOUTHAMPTON (4-2-3-1):
McCarthy; Pied, Stephens, Yoshida,
Bertrand; Romeu, Hojbjerg (Gabbiadini
75); Ward-Prowse (Davis 79), Tadic
(Redmond 70), Boufal; Long. Subs:
Forster, Lemina, Targett, Bednarek.
CRYSTAL PALACE (4-3-3):
Hennessey; Fosu-Mensah, Kelly,
Tomkins, Schlupp (Sako 64); Cabaye
(Van Aanholt 45), Milivojevic,
McArthur; Townsend, Benteke,
Zaha. Subs: Speroni, Lee, Souare,
Delaney, Riedewald.
Referee: Stuart Attwell.
RAHEEM
RAHEEM STERLING led the
Manchester City charge to
leave Watford gone in 60
seconds at the Etihad.
But Pep Guardiola reckons his side’s title
assault will come at a price.
He again claimed Premier League bosses
do not care about the health of its stars
and said the packed calendar could “kill
players”.
It took 41 seconds for Sterling to fire
Guardiola’s men ahead with his 18th goal
of the season – and the fastest of the
Premier League campaign so far.
Rampant
■
CALLING CARD:
Sterling copies
goal celebration of
crocked Gabriel Jesus
When Christian Kabasele diverted Kevin
De Bruyne’s cross into his own goal, the
contest was over within 15 minutes.
Sergio Aguero added a third for good
measure after the break, but it was never
a contest because City were rampant
from start to finish and should have won
by many more.
Andre Gray notched a consolation for the
visitors eight minutes from time but it
meant nothing. The difference in class was
so vast that the hosts were showboating
by JEREMY CROSS
MAN CITY
WATFORD
3
1
with almost 30 minutes remaining, passing
in neat triangles between themselves as if
on the training ground.
It might have been arrogant, but City
have a swagger about them.
They remain unbeaten this season, have
dropped just four points and are now 15
clear of nearest rivals Manchester United
at the top of the table.
Guardiola, who confirmed Gabriel Jesus
could be out for up to six weeks with
damaged knee ligaments, was delighted to
take three more points.
But he slammed Premier League bosses
for such a hectic festive schedule.
He said: “The tradition is the tradition,
but just think about the players a little bit
more please because the players are why
we are all here.
“We made five changes from the last game
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ACTION
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EARLY
SCORES:
Sterling beats
Gomes in the
first minute
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Jor feels
Mac fury
by IVAN SPECK
FULHAM
IPSWICH
4
1
IPSWICH boss Mick
McCarthy was fuming after
seeing his side concede
four goals in seven crazy
second-half minutes at
Craven Cottage.
Teenager Ryan Sessegnon
and Aboubakar Kamara
scored two goals apiece as
Fulham ran riot.
McCarthy was already
angry over the 54th-minute
sending-off of full-back
Jordan Spence with his
side leading 1-0. Spence
flattened Kamara after a
foul on Freddie Sears had
gone unpunished.
McCarthy said: “Jordan
said sorry in the dressing
room but a moment of
madness has cost us.”
Joe Garner had put
Ipswich in front with a
44th-minute header from
a Martyn Waghorn
free-kick.
But they capitulated
following Sessegnon’s
equaliser after 68 minutes.
Kamara slammed home a
loose ball to put Fulham
ahead. Then Fulham
skipper Tom Cairney
produced a delicious piece
of skill to slip in 17-yearold Sessegnon for his
second goal before Kamara
poked home the fourth.
Fulham boss Slavisa
Jokanovic said: “Ryan is
the most talented player in
this country at his age.
“It will be very strange if
he doesn’t play for the
England national team at
some stage.”
FAST SHOW
but it’s not our fault. I know in England the
show must go on, but that’s not normal
guys. The big bosses should reflect that.
“We’re going to kill the players. The
federations don’t think about the players but they have to.
“They play 11 months in a row. They have
to protect them and play with quality and
not quantity. We have to think about the
artists. But I know it won’t happen.”
While Guardiola’s men cruise towards
the title, the Hornets are hurtling at full
speed towards a relegation scrap.
Smoke
Marco Silva must be wishing he had got
the Everton job, because his side have won
one of their last nine league games and lost
six of the last seven.
The writing was on the wall before hundreds of fans had taken their seats inside
the Etihad.
It took less than a minute for Silva’s bestlaid plans to go up in smoke when the
unmarked Sterling met Leroy Sane’s cross
at the back post for a simple finish.
Things went from bad to worse after 15
minutes when David Silva played in De
Bruyne and there was little Kabasele could
do but stick out a leg and steer the Belgian’s
cross into his own net.
How the score remained 2-0 until Aguero
pounced after 62 minutes is a mystery.
De Bruyne had made a miracle recovery
to be passed fit and was a revelation once
again, but City’s finishing failed to match
his excellence.
Aguero, Sane, Sterling and the returning
John Stones all missed golden chances to
rub the Hornets’ noses in it until Aguero
made it 3-0 just after the hour.
Gray converted Andre Carrillo’s cross to
claw back a little respect for the visitors
but Silva knows he needs to arrest the slide
as soon as possible.
He said: “We knew it would be difficult,
but we have to find a way to stop this bad
run of results.”
MAN CITY (4-1-4-1): Ederson; Walker, Stones
(Danilo 67), Otamendi, Delph; Fernandinho
(Toure 70); Sterling, De Bruyne (B Silva 79), D
Silva, Sane; Aguero. Subs: Bravo, Gundogan,
Mangala, Zinchenko.
WATFORD (4-2-3-1): Gomes; Janmaat,
Kabasele, Wague, Zeegelaar; Watson (Pereyra 60),
Capoue (Cleverley 61); Richarlison (Sinclair 82),
Doucoure, Carrillo; Gray. Subs: Karnezis, Prodl,
Mariappa, Holebas.
Referee: Lee Mason.
Sterling seconds best
■
WAT A BLOW:
Kabasele puts
the ball into own net
Jumping
Jacques
by IAN BAKER
READING
BIRMINGHAM
0
2
JACQUES MAGHOMA
netted for the second game
running as Birmingham
finally won away from
home this season.
The livewire winger
followed up his winner at
Leeds with the opener at
the Madejski before Sam
Gallagher sealed the deal.
It is the first time
Birmingham have scored
more than once in a game
since August as they at last
showed signs of fight.
They are now just a point
from safety after climbing
off the bottom to 23rd.
Reading were punished
after Modou Barrow
and Sone Aluko failed
to take early chances.
Maghoma blasted home
his fourth of the season
after Craig Gardner’s
24th-minute free-kick was
not properly cleared.
And the Royals were
undone again on 64
minutes as Gallagher
scored after being teed
up by Jeremie Boga.
Reading offered no
response after that and
a 12th loss of the campaign
puts boss Jaap Stam under
renewed pressure.
When asked about his
future, the Dutchman said:
“I’m not getting into that.
“We are in a difficult
position. We are very close
to the relegation zone.
“Sometimes you get into
a certain position and it is
difficult to get out of.”
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