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WAR OF
THE
ROSES
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® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
A GYPSY war loomed last
night as travellers and
locals clashed over a
shrine of flowers in
memory of stabbed
burglar Henry Vincent.
Both sides made chilling
threats as the memorial
to the intruder, killed by
home owner Richard
Osborn-Brooks, was
repeatedly ripped down
then repaired.
Full story: Page 5
Family repair shrine...vigilantes tear it down
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
... in 1981 an estimated 5,000
people battled police at the height
of rioting in Brixton, south London,
as 300 police and 65 locals were
injured and 150 buildings damaged.
“They simply don’t have the time
to do the job properly any more.”
Manchester Police Federation
chairman Ian Hanson on the
police funding crisis.
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OUT ON YOUR
TONY Blair and Bill Clinton
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came together to mark the
20th anniversary of the Good
Friday Agreement.
They were among politicians in
Belfast for a conference looking
back on the talks that played a
key role in ending 30 years of
violence in Northern Ireland.
Mr Blair was Prime Minister
and Mr Clinton US President
at the time. US Senator George
Mitchell – who chaired the talks
that led to peace – said Northern
Ireland was a “much better place”.
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prisoners have been
identified as a potential
extremism risk.
It includes inmates
who may hold Islamist
or far-right beliefs.
It came as the
Government said
a second separation
centre to house the
most “subversive”
prisoners had opened
at HMP Full Sutton,
East Yorks.
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A FURIOUS Donald
Trump last night
warned the poison gas
attack in Syria will be
“met forcefully”.
He spoke just hours
after Russia warned
that US military action
could cause “grave
repercussions”.
But the US president
even goaded Russia,
saying: “We are the
greatest fighting force
in the world.”
Russia
tunes in
THE BBC has sold
McMafia, its drama
about Russian
gangsters, to the
Russians.
It was initially
slammed by Russia’s
UK embassy.
But Russian company
Friday will air it on its
free-TV channel. Boss
Nikolay Kartozia said:
“I’ve been a big fan of
the BBC for 20 years.”
HASH OF
THE DAY
Gary urges ‘legal’ drugs
GARY Lineker has called
for the legalisation of
drugs to save the NHS.
® by ANDREW JAMESON
him smoking “hash of the day”.
Gary, 57, wrote on Twitter: “ControThe Match Of The Day host versial, no doubt, but never underannounced his support for stood the drug laws. Just get on
campaigns to decriminalise with decriminalisation.
illegal substances such as
“Prohibition doesn’t work, just
cocaine, cannabis and heroin.
creates much worse crime. Other
Dad-of-four Gary reckons if the
countries like Portugal are leading
the way and results are impressive.
drugs are taxed like cigarettes or
“It’s high time we decriminalised
alcohol it could help fund the NHS.
CHANGE LAW: Lineker
drugs. Help those with problems
He later cracked a gag about
rather than make them
criminals. Give tax revenue
to NHS. Tickety-boo.”
The Royal Society For
Public Health posted in
response to his comments:
“We
absolutely
agree
ALMOST half of Brits would like to
Gary Lineker.
see traffic wardens replaced by robots.
“We’ve been campaignAnd a quarter think politicians should also
ing for a more Public
be replaced by the droids.
Health and harm reduction
Almost a third told a survey they would
based approach to UK drug
like bankers and bailiffs replaced with
policy since 2016 – decrimiartificial intelligence. And 71% said they
nalisation is a critical
would prefer to deal with a robot when
part of this.”
buying a new car.
And North Wales police
Experts believe one in five UK jobs will
commissioner Arfon Jones
be replaced by automation by 2030.
tweeted: “Absolutely right,
The findings came in a survey by media
regulation of drugs would
marketing company Mindshare and digital
reduce organised criminalDROID RAGE: Robots
marketing company Reeboot.
ity massively.”
ROBOT WARDENS
®
®
andrew.jameson@dailystar.co.uk
**
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Elsa
YOU have to
„
take your cap
off to gorgeous
globetrotter Elsa.
The 23 year-old
„
from Southend,
Essex agrees if you
want to get ahead
then get a hat!
She loves to
buy headwear
from countries
she has visited
including this one
from the Caribbean.
Jamaica? No,
she did it of her
own free will!
„
PLEDGE: Heard
Amber’s
cash gift
AMBER Heard has
donated part of her
divorce settlement to
charity after her split
from Johnny Depp.
She won £5million
which she promised
she would split
between American
Civil Liberties Union
and The Children’s
Hospital Los Angeles.
The hospital indicated
that she had donated
an undisclosed amount
which was between
£1.5m and £3.5m.
Amber and Johnny
released a joint
statement in 2016
which stated she would
be making the charitable
donation.
HE FALLS FOR
GENIUS PROF
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
with tomorrow’s
® by ROSS KANIUK
ACTOR Brad Pitt
has been secretly
dating a “gorgeous”
architect for
six months.
Brad is soon to
be divorced from
Angelina Jolie.
And recently the Daily
Star told how he was
spending “quality time”
with award-winning
professor Neri Oxman.
Now it has been
revealed Brad was
photographed visiting
the media lab where
Neri works in two
posts last November
on Instagram.
And the pair have
been “growing close”
since then. Brad, 54,
has a keen interest
in architecture.
He met IsraeliAmerican Neri, 42,
through a project at
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology.
The Ocean’s Eleven
star was referred to her
to collaborate on the
job he was working on.
A colleague of Neri,
who is also an artist,
described her as
“genius and gorgeous”.
A source said: “Brad and
Neri instantly hit it off because
they share the same passion for
design and art. Both are cautious,
but Brad is very interested in
spending more time with Neri.”
* Conditions apply
TUNED IN: The drummer
Ringo’s
big deal
SIR Ringo Starr has
signed a worldwide
deal with music
publisher BMG.
The agreement
includes more than 150
titles spanning nearly
50 years, including
his songwriting
contributions with
the Beatles such as
Octopus’s Garden and
Don’t Pass Me By, and
his future compositions.
It also includes his 19
studio albums.
Beatles drummer Sir
Ringo, 77, said: “I love
making music and the
songwriting process
– and putting new
music out there to play
alongside the old.”
I’m Brad
all over!
Pitt has
new love
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
®Ê
SECRET DATES: Brad and
gorgeous architect Neri
Matt’s Star role
CROWE WIFE SPLIT ‘OFFICIAL’
GLADIATOR star Russell Crowe
has admitted he has officially
divorced Danielle Spencer.
The couple tied the knot in 2003
but split in 2012 and he took to
Twitter to reveal their separation
was made legal on Monday.
He wrote: “Yesterday, April 9th,
2018 at 12:30pm Eastern Daylight
time (Aus), I officially became
divorced.” It comes after his gifts
to Danielle, plus film and sporting
memorabilia, fetched £2.6million
at his Art of Divorce auction last
Saturday – his 54th birthday.
SALE: Russ
TV presenter Matthew Kelly will reprise his
role as host of Stars In Their Eyes for a
one-off charity stage show in Manchester in
aid of Prevent Breast Cancer.
Matthew said: “I’m a Manchester boy with
a Manchester show, and I hope the people of
Manchester will help me raise money for
this fantastic charity.”
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Paddy
wagon
PADDY McGuinness is
„
enjoying life in the fast
lane with a new Ferrari.
The Take Me Out host, 44,
paraded his £160,000 toy
in Manchester along with
a personalised number
plate sporting his initials.
Dad-of-three Paddy
stopped to say hi to
fans as he put his marriage
troubles behind him.
Model wife Christine, 30,
revealed this has been the
“toughest year” after he
was spotted arm-in-arm
with singer Nicole Appleton
on a night out in London.
„
Pictures: EAMONN AND JAMES CLARKE
®
MEGA MOTOR: Paddy shows off his new Ferrari in Manchester city centre and
stops for some banter with passers-by. Above left, with his wife Christine
BURNING
ANGER AT
GAS HIKE
Huge increase is just ‘greed’
® by NADEEM BADSHAH
BRITISH Gas sparked fury last
night after lifting its prices by
an average of £60 a year.
The 5.5% rise will affect around four
million gas and electricity customers
and see bills up from £1,101 to £1,161.
It comes into force on May 29 and has
been blamed on rising wholesale prices
and Government policy costs.
Last night consumers vented their fury,
demanding the Government renationalise
the market to curb “excessive” rises.
Customer David Fowler said: “Nothing
but pure greed.”
Mick Martin added: “It’s time to
re-nationalise the service sector, water, gas
& elec. Get the profits back in our coffers...
not in the accounts of greedy CEOs and
millionaire shareholders.”
Experts say British Gas’s standard tariff
will now be £369 more expensive than the
cheapest deal on the market.
Claire Osborne, from website uSwitch,
said: “This is a bolt from the blue for the
four million customers on British Gas’
Standard Variable Tariff.
“The danger now is that the rest of the
Big Six suppliers may be tempted to follow
suit. Customers can send the clearest
message by switching supplier to a cheaper
TURN OFF: Rise has infuriated users
tariff, with savings of up to £491 on offer.”
Energy Minister Claire Perry said she was
“disappointed” by “an unjustified price
rise when customers are already
paying more than they need to”.
Mark Hodges, chief executive of Centrica
which owns British Gas, said: “We fully
understand any price increase adds extra
pressure on customers’ household bills.”
The Star Says: Page 6
nadeem.badshah@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
CONTRACTS: Deliveroo
BATTLE SHRINE
Gypsies go
to war over
tributes for
knifed thief
Future
workers
will be
flexible
Pictures: HUMPHREY NEMAR and GERARD FARRELL
FEWER than one in three
jobs will be permanent in
the near future, according
to research.
The rapid rise of the
so-called gig economy will
see full-time employment
fall dramatically, according
to recruitment strategy firm
Talint Partners.
Critics argue that some
workers without contracts
– classed as self-employed –
do not receive the same
benefits as full-time
employees, such as the
guaranteed minimum wage,
sick pay, holiday entitlement
and pension provision.
Some firms also avoid
paying national insurance
contributions.
But Ken Brotherston, head
of Talint Partners, said: “A
lot of employers have
underestimated just how
quickly the demand of
candidates for traditional,
permanent roles is dropping.
“The fact so many
recruiters are seeing such
a rapid, and seemingly
long-term change, suggests
a need to fundamentally
re-think the current
approach to permanent
versus temporary roles.”
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RUNNING FEUD: Friends
®
of Vincent place flowers,
only to be cut down by
a local, above. Inset,
Another man removes
flowers again last night
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dailystar.co.uk
Sexist ref
jibe ban
A COMMENTATOR at
a radio station made
famous by comic Peter Kay
has been banned from his
local club after allegedly
making sexist remarks to
a female football referee.
Chorley FM’s Ian Livesey
reportedly shouted: “You
should be at home doing
the ironing, love.”
The incident came during
Chorley FC’s game with
Bradford Park Avenue
and was heard by a female
fan who reported Mr
Livesey. Club officials are
investigating.
CATH IN JUNGLE?
CORRIE’S Catherine
Tyldesley, who plays Eva
Price, will leave in July
and is 3-1 with Coral to
appear on I’m A Celebrity.
**
HERO: Victim Richard
A GYPSY blood war was close
to erupting last night over
tributes to stabbed crook
Henry Vincent.
Threats were exchanged between
travellers and locals as a shrine to the
career burglar was repeatedly built
up and pulled down again.
Screwdriver-wielding Vincent, 37, died
last week when hero pensioner Richard
Osborn-Brooks stabbed him as he raided
the OAP’s home.
Pals of the thief vowed revenge, forcing
the 78-year-old into a safe house.
But rivals backing the pensioner last
night said they would “put our bodies on
the line” if war broke out.
Scores of cards and flowers were placed
® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
by travellers at the scene in Hither Green,
south London.
After hearing the news, a vigilante who
called himself Cecil Coley, after a Manchester florist who stabbed a burglar in
2011, filmed himself ripping them down.
It led to a day-long back and forth between the groups, with gypsies putting
up flowers several times, only for them to
be dragged away again minutes later.
Cecil said: “When I heard the family of
Henry Vincent had placed flowers on the
road where he died, I was furious. I
decided to remove the trash.”
He donated the flowers to a graveyard.
As footage of Mr Coley’s actions was
shared on social media, Vincent’s sup-
porters vowed revenge, with a relative
blasting: “I will be nailing his flowers to
your front door! I’ll make you eat them.”
Owen Abby Eastwood, a pal of Vincent’s
daughters, wrote: “You sick nasty little
man, his children put them there for their
dad, if u don’t like don’t look at it u PIG.
“Ur the scum to talk about a dead man
and rip his flowers down.”
Fear
Yesterday Vincent’s supporters rebuilt
the shrine, but within 30 minutes a burly
man in a beanie hat destroyed it again.
He said: “These need burning. It’s an
insult. He deserves to be dead.”
Travellers returned later to put the
shrine back up, but last night the flowers
were ripped down for a third time by a
DEAD: Burglar Vincent
different man, wearing a hooded coat. At
one point, four police on horseback rode
into the street to keep the peace and
police fear violence if the feud goes on.
A traveller who knew Vincent for years
warned that the dead man’s relatives and
friends were out for blood. He said: “They
won’t get over a death of one of their own
and won’t rest until they get revenge.”
But Mr Osborn-Brook has also won supporters in the area. One local said: “He’s a
hero and he won’t be short of people willing to step in and help if he’s in trouble.”
A coroner yesterday released Vincent’s
body to his family after an inquest opened
in Southwark. Police are still hunting his
suspected accomplice Billy Jeeves.
The Star Says: Page 6
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Says
Vile shrine
is not fine
IT is right that the “shrine” to dead
burglar Henry Vincent has been
ripped down.
Yes, his family should be allowed to
grieve over his death.
But is it really necessary to pin up
flowers and tributes outside the home
he was trying to burgle?
Of course it isn’t.
Although he was stabbed to death,
he is not a victim of crime.
Quite rightly, no charges will be
pressed in relation to his killing.
The family must understand why the
locals are furious at these tributes.
Vincent was an armed burglar who
broke into their friend’s home in the
middle of the night.
You can’t blame them for ripping
the flowers down.
The police need to step in now
before things get more ugly.
Vincent’s family should go away
and mourn their loss in private.
And Richard Osborn-Brooks
should be allowed to return home
safely and get on with his life.
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lower bills
A HOT-headed contestant
at a chilli eating festival
„
ended up in hospital after
BRITISH Gas chiefs are planning
yet another bills hike.
And once again they are blaming
energy
wholesale
prices
and
Government costs.
We have been here before, haven’t
we? Every year one of the so-called
Big Six raises their tariffs and then
the others follow suit.
It will mean millions of struggling
Brits will have to find yet more spare
cash to heat and power their homes.
But the big bosses won’t care, so
long as their firms’ bumper profits
aren’t hurt.
There is a way to stop paying into
the coffers of the Big Six though.
Just switch supplier.
If we all did this these monster bill
rises would disappear overnight.
And the same bosses would be
begging for us to come back to a
cheaper deal.
trying a pepper so fiery it has
been nicknamed the Reaper.
The 34-year-old suffered
narrowing of arteries in
the brain that left him with
agonising thunderclap
headaches, though he
later recovered.
Yet his experiences are
Oh, man!
SO a fire chief has been told off for
referring to his crews as “men” and
“he” at a public meeting.
Someone should report him to the
council’s ombudsman – sorry –
ombudsperson.
®Ê
WHAT’S YOUR POISON: Monkey.
Right, African bullfrog. Top, a pufferfish
mild compared to the effects
of some of the world’s most
frightening fare.
Here JAMES MOORE
reveals 10 of the globe’s
deadliest dishes…
„
FATAL FISH
What: Fugu (Pufferfish)
Parts of this fish, served as a
delicacy in Japan, contain a
poison called tetrodotoxin, said
to be 1,200 times deadlier than
cyanide. In fact, a single fish has
enough poison to kill 30 people.
The critter is so deadly that
only specially-trained chefs are
licensed to serve it up.
TOAD TO DIE FOR
What: African Bullfrog
In countries such as Namibia
they eat these amphibian treats
whole – even though they can
grow as big as a cat. Some
contain toxins that can lead to
liver failure, especially the
young males. Only older frogs
should be eaten and, even then,
cooked in special wooden pots
to neutralise the poison.
HEADS UP
What: Monkey brains
Eaten mainly in parts of
Asia, diners dice with
disaster as they could
contract Creutzfeldt-Jakob
disease – a disorder which
can cause dementia and
death.
FOR SUCKERS?
What: Sannakji
A live octopus dish
enjoyed in Korea,
where the tentacles
still move as they are
eaten. Although the creature is killed, its nervous
system continues working
– meaning that the octopus’
suckers are still active, potentially choking you on the way
down. Six people die annually.
BITE-SIZED
What: Hákarl
Fermented shark meat is a
favourite in Greenland. It’s buried for three months before being dried, then eaten. Seriously
smelly, it can also cause serious
illness if not fully fermented
as toxic substances are filtered
through the shark’s skin.
SHELL SHOCKER
What: Blood clams
Prized by the Chinese, these
shellfish are infamous for
containing viruses and bacteria
that can cause hepatitis, typhoid
and dysentery if not boiled
thoroughly. In 1998, more than
300,000 people were infected and
31 died.
ROOT OF EVIL
What: Cassava
This root vegetable, which is
mainly eaten in South America
boiled, mashed or fried, can
cause death if not cooked
fully. It contains a substance
called linamarin which turns to
cyanide when taken raw. In 2005,
27 children died in the Philippines when it was served up
there as a school snack.
FREAKY FRUIT
What: Ackee
Popular in Jamaica, this fruit is
not so sweet if you eat it unripe.
It contains a toxin called hypoglycin which can cause severe
vomiting. Symptoms come on
two to six hours after being eaten and can lead to death. One in
1,000 people fall ill every year.
ROTTEN LUCK
What: Casu Marzu
A speciality of the Italian island
of Sardinia, this translates as
“rotten cheese”. During the
process of fermentation, live
maggots are added to break
down fat, but still alive when
the stuff is eaten. Sadly, they
are able to bore through the wall
of your intestine. The food
has been banned by the European Union.
CRUMBLE KILLER
What: Rhubarb leaves
Millions of us like a dish of
rhubarb crumble. However,
while the stalks are perfectly
safe to eat, the leaves contain toxic oxalic acid that
can lead to renal failure,
seizures and even death.
Many Britons fell ill
when the food was
wrongly recommended
during World War One.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
STUDY: Dr Kilvington
Footie
clubs
snub
Asians
BRITISH Asian footballers
are ignored by professional
clubs because they are seen
as unwilling to tackle or
only interested in cricket.
Scouts will not even
watch them, say scientists.
Just 12 out of more than
3,700 professional players
in England and Wales
are of Asian ethnicity
– about 0.3%.
But British Asians
form 5% of the general
population, said Dr Dan
Kilvington, of Leeds
Beckett University.
One scout told him:
“They (Asians) don’t like
physical contact, I think
that’s their problem.
A coach said: “Their
game is cricket.”
Dr Kilvington told a
conference in Newcastle:
“If football is played by
thousands of British
Asians across the country,
why are there only 12
playing professionally?
“The British Asian
passion for football has
been a hidden truth for
generations.
“The testimonies of
British Asian players
indicate that they are
routinely overlooked and
are physically and
culturally stereotyped
among recruiters.”
NHS cup
scandal
MORE than half a billion
disposable cups have been
bought by NHS chiefs in
England in five years.
Freedom of Information
requests reveal NHS trusts
in England have purchased
more than 600million
disposable cups since 2013.
The news comes amid
rising concern over
the environmental
impact of “single-use”
throwaway items.
Greenpeace UK’s Louise
Edge said the figures
showed “just how out of
control” the situation was.
MY LATE-NIGHT BAR
SESSIONS WITH ANT
PALS:
ÊPARTY
®
Stephen in an
ad for Britain’s
Got More Talent.
Left, troubled Ant
® by ANDREW JAMESON
BRITAIN’S Got Talent
star Stephen Mulhern
has told of late-night
bar sessions with Ant
McPartlin.
Ant will not host the live
episodes of the talent contest when it returns to screens.
The troubled star has checked
back into rehab following a
drink-driving charge.
But the presenter, who struggled with a drugs and booze ad-
BGT Steve reveals hotel booze-ups
diction last year, will be seen on
our tellies this Saturday as much
of the show had been pre-recorded before his smash last month.
It has been revealed he loved
spending extra time with his
BGT celebrity mates at their
plush hotels after recording
ended for the day.
Britain’s Got More Talent host
Stephen said the Geordie would
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be joined by Amanda Holden,
David Walliams, Alesha Dixon
and pal Declan Donnelly.
Only show boss Simon Cowell
chose to avoid the parties.
Stephen revealed to Closer
magazine: “It’s brilliant, because
after filming we all go back to the
hotel, give it five or 10 minutes –
and then we’ll be in the bar.
“There’s no way you can come
from audition day and go: ‘Right
everybody, I’m off to bed!’
“We have a good gossip. We all
socialise, though David is the
most disciplined and only ever
has one cocktail.
“What does Simon drink? No,
Simon doesn’t come to the bar.”
Ant was charged with drinkdriving last month following a
crash involving two Minis near
his home in west London, which
injured a little girl. He is due in
court on Monday.
The 42-year-old is taking an
extended break from telly amid
fears for his mental health.
He has already missed the final
two episodes of Saturday Night
Takeaway, leaving Dec to present
alone for the first time.
Ant will appear only in
pre-recorded segments for the
BGT auditions.
Ant’s agents were approached
for comment last night.
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Cheers
toe me!
A FORMER marine who
lost three toes to frostbite
training for a 300-mile
ultra-marathon in Canada
hopes to drink them in a
cocktail.
Nick Griffiths, 46, from
Bolton, told Brit docs to
mail them to a Yukon bar
famous for serving up the
Sourtoe cocktail and they
said they would love to
have them.
Out of the picture
ANT and Dec appear to
®
have been whitewashed
from the pre-publicity for
Britain’s Got Talent.
The duo, who have hosted
the show since 2007, are left
out of promo pictures as Dec
gets set to present alone.
Judge Amanda Holden,
meanwhile, got a shock
when her husband posted her
“three chins” on the web.
®
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Facebook
owns up
FACEBOOK will probe
“tens of thousands” of
apps in case other
companies have accessed
data in a similar way to
Cambridge Analytica.
Boss Mark Zuckerberg
made the pledge last night
as he apologised again
during a grilling by US
politicians on Capitol Hill.
He said: “It was my
mistake, and I’m sorry.”
Facebook and UK data
firm Cambridge Analytica
face huge compensation
claims over alleged misuse
of personal information.
Swimmer
cleared
A COMMONWEALTH
Games swimmer has
been found not guilty of
raping a woman after
she had consensual sex
with his friend.
Otto Putland, 24, who
represented Wales at
the 2014 Glasgow event,
denied forcing himself
on the woman after she
had intercourse with
Olympic swimmer Ieuan
Lloyd at his home
in July 2015.
Putland was acquitted at
Cardiff Crown Court.
TA BURY MUCH, KIDS!
„
FOOTBALL star Rio Ferdinand
is up to his neck in sand with
girlfriend Kate Wright on holiday.
The ex-Manchester United and
England defender revealed his
mischevious kids had buried them
on a sun-drenched beach.
Rio was enjoying a break in
Dubai with former Towie star
Kate and youngsters Lorenz, 11,
„
Tate, nine, and Tia, six, and took to
social media with a tongue-in-cheek
caption: “Buried alive with this little
beauty by the kids the little rats!”
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I’ve seen hard
cops weeping
over workload
CHIEF CALLS ON
RUDD TO QUIT
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
POLICE are demanding Amber Rudd resigns over surging crime.
One of their leaders told her: “I have seen
police officers in tears because they are so
frustrated that they simply don’t have the time to
do the job properly any more.”
ATTACK: Hanson
Ian Hanson, Manchester Police Federation Chairman, added: “If Ms Rudd does not swiftly
join the rest of the
country in realising
the consequences of
continued
cuts
to
policing, then perhaps
she should step aside
and allow someone who
EXCLUSIVE ®Êby LAURA NEIL
does to take control of
the hangouts of rival gangs. Lawyer
the Home Office.”
Simone Isaacs said the court
Labour leader Jeremy
closures are “a disaster”.
Corbyn and London
She said: “Young people won’t go.
Mayor Sadiq Khan last
They know they will have people
night hosted meetings
potentially waiting for them.”
over killings in London.
STORM: Rudd
GAUNTLET OF BLADES
YOUNG thugs are being forced to
stand trial in rival gangs’ areas.
Cuts to the justice budget have seen
youth courts shut across the UK.
It means yobs are now often
having to attend the few remaining
courts in different London
boroughs, many of which are
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PLEDGE: Boss Richard
Iceland
in palm
oil ban
on food
MEG WEDDING SNUB
FOR TEZZA & TRUMP
Big day politics-free
zone say royal couple
® by KATE NELSON
THERESA May and Donald Trump have not been
invited to the royal wedding after Prince Harry
and Meghan Markle snubbed all politicians.
The happy couple declared their big day a “politics-free
zone” but have invited hundreds of charity workers and
community heroes instead.
ICELAND has pledged to
stop using palm oil as an
ingredient in its own brand
food by the end of 2018.
The company claimed
it drives the destruction
of rainforests.
It is taking the product
out of 130 food lines, which
will reduce demand by
more than 500 tonnes per
year, with palm oil already
replaced with alternatives
such as sunflower oil and
butter in half of them.
Growing demand for
palm oil for use in food,
toiletries and biofuel has
helped cause deforestation
in south-east Asia.
But Iceland boss Richard
Walker said the firm did
not believe there was
sustainable palm oil on the
mass market and so was
removing it all together.
Mr Walker said: “Until
Iceland can guarantee
palm oil is not causing
rainforest destruction,
we are simply saying ‘no
to palm oil’.”
A royal source revealed the only way political figures will wangle a place on the guest list is if they already have “a personal
relationship” with the couple.
Prime Minister Theresa May
is not known to be close to the
pair. However, former US president Barack Obama has been
pals with Harry since 2015.
Suits star Meghan, 36, is also
close to Canadian PM Justin
Trudeau and his wife Sophie
through their passion for
humanitarian work. It could
infuriate Donald Trump if his
North American neighbour
was invited and he was not.
Leaders
A Kensington Palace spokesman said: “It has been decided
that an official list of political
leaders – both UK and international – is not required
for Prince Harry and Ms
Markle’s wedding.
“Her Majesty’s Government
was consulted on this decision,
which was taken by The Royal
Household.”
Around 600 guests will pack
into St George’s Chapel in
Windsor Castle on May 19.
Among them will be Amelia
Thompson, a 12-year-old victim of the Manchester Arena
bombing.
The youngster, who had no
idea she was nominated by her
mother Lisa Newton, was
“speechless” when she found
out she was invited.
She said: “I could not respond
I was so excited. I can’t get my
head around it.”
Former Royal Marine Grant
White, 52, from Leicester, was
Welsh
ÊGUEST:
charity worker Zoe
®
Arundell, 20, who met
the couple in Cardiff,
has an invitation
BOMB VICTIM: Amelia, 12
invited for his charity work
helping ex-service personnel.
Deaf Derby schoolboy Reuben
Litherland, 14, who teaches his
fellow pupils sign language, is
also a guest.
Prince William invited dozens
of heads of state and politicians
when he wed in 2011.
But there is far less pressure
on Prince Harry because he is
not a direct heir to the throne.
Burglar’s
‘not bad’
A BURGLAR has been
spared a lengthy jail
sentence – because a judge
did not want him mixing
with “bad characters”.
James Hill, 21, of
Coventry, was jailed for
16 months at Warwick
Crown Court after
admitting three break-ins.
But Deputy Judge
Richard Griffith-Jones
said: “You have to go to
custody but it’s necessary
to ensure you are not there
so long that you become
entrenched in the culture.”
Picture: PA
CHAS TALKS TO TREES
Meg has
tot odds
„Ê
PRINCE Charles inspects
troops whose camouflage
makes them look like trees.
The soldiers from the Australian
army’s Regional Force Surveillance
Unit were lined up for his visit to
Darwin, Northern Territories.
A poll yesterday revealed
the number of people who
want to keep the British monarch
„
as Australia’s head of state has
been boosted.
After Charles’s Commonwealth
Games trip 41% of voters now
want to keep constitutional ties.
„
A LOOKALIKE
of Meghan
Markle ponders
the odds on the
Princess Kate
giving birth to
her third child
on Saturday –
which is Grand
National day.
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KILLED BY DAD: Ellie
‘Blood
on your
hands’
11
BRITS ARE GOING
25 BALMY...AT LAST
MURDERED Ellie Butler’s
furious grandad has hit
out after a coroner refused
to blame social workers
for her death.
Dame Linda Dobbs ruled
that child services did not
contribute to the girl’s
murder at an inquest in
South London Coroner’s
Court yesterday.
But an angry Neal Gray
told authorities: “You have
had blood on your hands.”
He said they failed his
“beautiful” granddaughter
by ignoring the threat from
her violent father.
The six-year-old was
placed in the care of her
grandparents as a baby
after her father Ben Butler
was accused of shaking
her. He is serving 23 years
for beating Ellie to death in
2013, 11 months after she
was returned to his care in
Sutton, south London.
Sutton Safeguarding
Children Board has
admitted it had “worked
hard to learn the lessons
form Ellie’s death”.
Hotter than Greek islands
® by JACK ANDREWS
SUMMER will start early with
sizzling highs of 25C next
week, making parts of Britain
hotter than Greece.
A tropical blast will bring warm air
to end the grey skies and chills.
The Weather Outlook forecaster Brian
Gaze said: “Forecast models show very
warm temperatures which could see highs
into the mid-20s.”
Britain will be warmer than Kefalonia,
Greece, thanks to highs in the 20s.
This weekend London could reach 22C
and Newcastle could creep up to 16C.
Boost
Met Office forecasters say “dry and sunny
weather” is on the cards from Saturday all
the way up to St George’s Day on April 23.
Bookmaker Coral now makes it odds on,
at 4-6, that 25C or higher is reached anywhere in the UK by the end
of April. And forecasts for
next month are even better.
More hot spells are now
expected to send the mercury soaring to 27C in
time for Prince Harry and
Meghan Markle’s wedding
and the FA Cup Final on
Saturday, May 19.
The forecasters also offer
a boost to families planning
for half-term from May 26
to June 3.
A hot May will be followed
by a repeat of June’s 2017
heatwave, said experts at
The Weather Company.
Coral is offering 2-1 that
•
this summer goes on to be
the hottest in UK history.
Spokesman Harry Aitkenhead said: “Hopes for a blis•
tering summer are sure to
rise alongside the thermometers and plenty of
punters are backing 2018 to
•
make the record books.”
Last summer hit 34.5C by
June 21 – the second hottest
June day for 167 years.
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Some even think they are
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Council chiefs took to
Facebook to deny bizarre
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antennae on lamp posts in
Gateshead, Tyneside.
TOT JOY ‘MIRACLE’
A SURROGATE has given
birth to a baby boy using
a fertilised embryo from a
couple killed in a 2014 car
crash in Yixing, China.
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Demi’s
out to
dazzle
SIZZLING model Demi Rose
is dressed to kill as she
„
heads out on a dinner date.
The Instagram star, 23, posted
this photo of herself in a
revealing taupe dress which
showed off her curves.
And she captioned the
snap “dinner date” with
a heart emoji to show she has
moved on from her brief fling
with American rapper Tyga.
„
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JAMES CABOOTER’S
with SAM MAYERS
PAPPY DAYS
t
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SISTERS Kim and
Kourtney Kardashian
are enjoying a break
from selfie taking.
The reality stars are on
holiday in the Turks and
Caicos islands where
they’re giving their arms
a rest by flying out a
personal pap. The rest of
the clan have stayed
home as Kylie is looking
after her new-born
daughter Stormi and
Khloe is nine months
pregnant. By the sheer
volume of snaps they’ve
posted I feel like I’m
there with them.
My horrid
trolls can
all Dua one
LIPA HITS BACK AT HATERS
DUA Lipa has slammed
trolls who attacked her
over her BRIT Award.
The Londoner has been criticised for using inappropriate
language, breaking up with
boyfriends and even had her
heritage questioned.
Dua said: “One day, people are
really standing up for empowering
women and the next, it’s about
dragging them down.
“It’s important to remember that
not everyone feels the
way that some trolls
feel. It’s upsetting
because I’m also
human – when
people
do
say mean
things on-
line or they assume they really
know something about your personal life, which they don’t.”
The star was recently attacked her
for using the word Babi to wish her
Kosovan dad happy birthday on
Instagram – because Babi also
means pig in Malay.
She responded: “It was actually
quite mean on their behalf,
because obviously I’m not talking
in Malay. I speak another
language
as
well, and
the lan-
Kate’s
out of
hiding
Cam is
smiles
better
CAMILA Cabello
has every right to
be grinning from
ear to ear.
As well as kicking off her first
ever solo headline tour
in Vancouver, Canada,
she’s celebrating a huge
milestone – Never Be
The
Same
has
become the first
platinum certified song to
be released
in 2018.
The UK
leg of the
tour starts
in June.
guage that I speak with my parents
is my heritage. I would like that to
be respected.”
She also set the record straight on
reports that she dumped her
boyfriend Paul Klein.
“The media made it seem as if I
was the one that was breaking up,
which is completely untrue!
“It had a lot of repercussions,
because I was the one getting
lots of hate and he was the one
being sent all the love.”
Performing live helps
Dua: “I go on stage and I
just jump back on to
cloud nine.”
The UK leg of
Dua’s tour kicks off
tomorrow at The
SSE
Hydro,
Glasgow.
Pictures: GETTY
A BREAK-up pushed
Kate Nash to finish
her album Yesterday
Was Forever.
But, like most of
us, the singer has
confessed she went
into hiding when
things fell apart.
Kate said: “I’ve
been so open my
whole life but,
after
everything
I’ve been through,
I was questioning
everyone. I became
really anti-social.”
It’s good to know even
pop stars hide away with a
tub of ice cream.
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BLOSSOMS will
perform a free gig at
Manchester HMV to
toast the release of
second album
Cool Like You on
April 27 at 5pm.
Their UK tour kicks off
at
with a homecoming
4.
Stockport Plaza May
WORLD
A Fleeting hope...
HOPES of the classic Fleetwood
Mac line-up headlining Glastonbury
are fading fast after singer/guitarist
Lindsey Buckingham quit.
The Rumours legends were red-hot
faves to top the Worthy Farm bill
when Glasto returns next year, but
Michael Eavis is unlikely to make
do with replacements. The band have
had to recruit two new members for
their US tour – ex Crowded House
man Neil Finn and Heartbreakers
guitarist Mike Campbell.
Over the decades nearly every
member of Mac has left then
rejoined so all hope is not lost yet.
Picture: GETTY
BE Y’S ART
ACHE TOUR
BEYONCÉ and Jay-Z will put their
love on top during their joint tour.
According to Bey’s stepfather Richard
Lawson they will address their public marriage woes while on the road this summer.
He said: “Look at what they’ve been through
in the last couple of years and the way that
they’ve put it into art.
“This is gonna be really a culmination of
their growth and their ability to really confront the hard subjects and the hard issues.”
Write tunes
like Bowie!
„
FANCY pretending you received
a letter from David Bowie?
Well now the computer can do it for you
thanks to a new app.
The Songwriters Font project features
typefaces by a raft of late legends
including Kurt Cobain, John Lennon and
even Bowie himself.
Creators Julien Sens and Nicolas Damiens
said: “The songwriters’ fonts have been created
to give musicians inspiration.”
„
Picture: FILM MAGIC
CARDI GOT
THE POINT
CARDI B’s juicy bum was agony!
After getting illegal butt injections in
a basement in Queens, New York, the
rapper was in agony for days.
She told GQ magazine: “They don’t
numb your ass with anything. It was the
craziest pain ever. I felt like I was gonna
pass out. I felt a little dizzy. And it
leaks for, like, five days.”
Although now the Invasion Of
Privacy star is pregnant
she’ll be sure to avoid
any dodgy cellars...
Picture: AFP/GETTY
„
THE Cure, who haven’t released a proper
studio album since 2008, are preparing new
material for their 40th anniversary this year.
Reclusive Robert Smith said: “I’ve suddenly fallen
in love with the idea of writing new songs. I booked
some time to do some demos next month. Some of
it’s really good, some of it not so good.”
The Cure play a British Summer Time concert
in London’s Hyde Park on July 4.
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SPY’S GIRL
IN SECRET
BOLTHOLE
Flak for
hot Lexi
LUSCIOUS Lexi
Wood has been
„
bombarded with
abuse after snogging
Brooklyn Beckham.
The babe was
branded a “bitch” on
Twitter after kissing
Brooklyn – son of
football legend David.
It comes just a
month after he
celebrated his 19th
birthday with actress
Chloe Grace Moretz.
„
Russia slams
‘Brit kidnap’
® by JERRY LAWTON
RUSSIA has accused Britain
of abducting nerve agent
victim Yulia Skripal as she left
hospital for a safehouse.
The 33-year-old was under police
guard at a secret address.
Her spy dad Sergei, 66, has also responded
well to the treatment though remains in
VICTIMS: Sergei and Yulia Skripal
hospital. Both are likely to enter a witness
barred from any contact with their family,
protection scheme.
will be seen as an abduction or at least
Police want to keep them safe while
as their forced isolation.
they hunt whoever smeared novi“All opportunities to hear their
chok on the front door knob of
version of the events of March 4
Sergei’s home in Salisbury, Wilts,
will highly likely be lost forever.”
around March 4.
The claim came after SalisBut the Russians are angry
bury District Hospital medical
the UK refused to grant Yulia’s
director Dr Christine Blanshard
cousin Viktoria a visa to visit
announced that Yulia had been
from Moscow.
discharged.
In a series of statements, the
Dr Blanshard said: “Both
Russian Embassy said: “We
patients
have
responded
need urgent proof that
exceptionally well.
what is being done to
“But equally, both are at
her is done on her
different stages in their
own free will. Secret
recovery.”
resettlement of Mr
VISA ROW: Viktoria Skripal
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
and Ms Skripal,
24/7 cops guard
THE Skripals will join 3,000 other
vulnerable victims under the UK
Protected Persons Service.
It safeguards crime victims or key
witnesses and is run by the National
Crime Agency – Britain’s FBI.
According to its website it removes
them from the “area of threat to a
new safe location”. Protection
measures include rehousing, 24/7
police guards, panic alarms and
identity changes – though they are
reserved for high-risk cases.
As well as being attack victims,
the Skripals are potentially
key witnesses in the criminal
investigation to find who
poisoned them.
CUTE:
Lexi
®
and, below,
Brooklyn
with Chloe
FILMS CLAIM: Al Faisal
Prince’s
‘pornos’
£80k bill
SAUDI Arabia’s ex foreign
minister’s family is being
sued over porn films he is
said to have commissioned
but never paid for.
Prince Saud al Faisal,
who died in 2015, allegedly
ordered the movies from
company SARL Atyla.
Some are said to star his
Moroccan girlfriend.
The company says it
will submit three films to
court if necessary.
It also claims to have
emails detailing plots,
including one saying:
“The male must dominate
his companion not with
violence but by using his
skills and capabilities and
his God-given gift.”
A supporting photo of
editing screens allegedly
shows the Moroccan
woman in a sexual position
with a black porn star.
Legal documents claim
the firm ran up costs of
£80,000, reports say.
The prince’s family says
it never commissioned
work from SARL Atyla and
denies owing money.
STAR
AN HISTORIC
public footpath
is to be diverted
to prevent walkers
wandering through a
nudist campsite near
the remote village
of Llanllwni,
Carmarthens.
BURST
FLABULOUS PILL
AN anti-obesity pill
could be developed after
researchers at Exeter
University discovered
a fat-busting gene.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
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THE depressing story
„
of the pensioner who
killed a burglar just gets
worse. The burglar has
friends and family who
think it’s OK to build a
shrine to him opposite
the old boy Richard
Osborn-Brooks’s house.
The OAP, 78, and his
disabled wife are in hiding
while their neighbours
have torn down memorial
flowers. Now police fear
there will be bloodshed as
Scrotey McScroteface’s
chums threaten to beat the
crap out of anyone who
removes any more tat. It
was only a tiny twist of fate
that saw a knife end up in
one man rather than a
screwdriver in the other.
I LOVE watching
„Ê
sport on telly. But
there’s one not-so-tiny
thing putting me off.
Clare bloody Balding! Not
even sure she knows that
much about sport.
Surely there must be
someone else capable of
talking total balls?
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MUCH fuss has
„
been made
about the Green
Party candidate Mary
Crumpton having four
blokes on the go at
once. She has a
hubby, a fiancé and
two lovers.
Lots of nudge,
WHILE we’re on the subject of
„
men (well, he sort of qualifies)
BGT judge David Walliams admits
nudge stuff going on
with jokes about her
getting lots of
elections (geddit?!)
Meanwhile, most
of us women
took one look at the
story and offered
her one thing only.
Sympathy.
his hit BBC comedy Little Britain
couldn’t be made today because it
was so politically incorrect.
It managed to be racist, sexist,
homophobic, disable-ist (is that
even a word yet?) fattist, ageist,
transphobic and very probably
„
Quite what prompted this sudden
flashback isn’t immediately obvious.
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@K>@IC
MODEL Emily Ratajkowski
is many things including
absolutely drop-dead gorgeous.
What she isn’t, though, is
fully comprehending of what
“shy” means.
Because the woman who
posts a naked selfie roughly
every five minutes claims she
doesn’t like having her photo
taken as it makes her nervous.
Yep, and we’ve all seen those
goose bumps haven’t we?
„
„
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THE mouthy irritant Lily Allen
has remembered she was
once sexually harassed in a
#metoo meltdown.
„
ginger-ist as well. It was also, you have
to admit, pretty funny.
Just about the only group of people
you can poke fun at these days are
white, working-class men who enjoy a
pint, football and Page 3.
There’s no right-on group of loons
standing up for their rights, nor will there
ever be. So carry on ignoring the Cult of
Victimhood, boys. We love you for it.
No new hideous sex monster has been
unmasked this week. No new grooming
gang exposed.
But the “pop star” has just started her
new tour and has an album out in June.
Hmmm...
Now I have to insert the regulation
paragraph on any #metoo story
that goes: no woman should
shut up about being
sexually attacked and
victims deserve support
and sympathy. As
anyone with a brain
would agree.
But Lily, right, does
not give any details
about the harassment
or reveal if she made
a complaint to the
police. Plus, she finds
it strange that some folk
think that women have
something to gain from
talking about these things.
I hate to admit it but I’m fast
becoming one of those people.
In fact I’ve actually started to do something I thought I’d never, ever do. Feel
sorry for men!
Ordinary blokes who wouldn’t dream
of being inappropriate with any female
are being made to feel like rapists if they
so much as say hello in the wrong way.
But not all men are Harvey bloody
Weinstein. And there is a huge difference
between being sexually assaulted and a
AN environmental
„
expert says being
scared of having Japanese
knotweed in your garden
isn’t just common bleeding
sense – it’s xenophobic.
Likewise, he argues, grey
squirrels have been
demonised because they’re
immigrants.
What next? Having to
rename ladybirds as
non-gender-specific bugs?
„
SOMETHING totally
shocking and
unbelievable happened this
week – Myleene Klass was
photographed actually
wearing clothes.
I was starting to think
that being a classical
pianist (which she never
tires of telling us she is)
meant being nothing more
than hair and a g-string.
„
man complimenting you on your outfit.
Surely it’s about time we cut the weaker
sex some slack here? Many of them are
now at a total loss on how to treat
females. In fact some of the biggest, hairiest blokes I know are starting to avoid
women just in case they happen to say
the wrong thing.
They’re even scared to spend time alone
with females (especially younger ones)
they don’t know well.
Which is not only tricky when you work
together but also worrying.
The #metoo thing started in good
faith but where’s it heading?
Men are fast becoming
resentful towards women.
And resentment breeds
hatred, which in turn
can breed violence.
And surely that’s
what this is meant
to stop.
We should be able
to socialise, work
together and have a
laugh. Do we want to
turn the clocks back
to segregation and
chaperones?
I don’t want women-only
train carriages, gym classes
or rooms in pubs. It implies
women are pathetic victims who need
protecting. We’re not! Most won’t faint if
you swear or fart. And we’ll cope if you
call us luv, honest.
Which brings us back to Lily. She’s
nobody’s fool and definitely the type to
smack a bloke if he gets too frisky.
So it’s only fair to give her new album a
plug then.
It’s called No Shame. Which is so totally
apt not even we could make it up!
RIO TWEETS
HIS TREATS
„
YOU would have
thought former
footballer Rio
Ferdinand still had a
bob or two.
So why does
he Twitter
credit the
hotel/airline/
restaurant/
tourist board
of every place
he’s on holiday?
He’s currently
plugging the hell
out of Dubai where he
is enjoying a break
„
with former Towie star
girlfriend Kate Wright
and his kids.
Everyone likes a
freebie but he’s
tweeting
hashtags so
much it’s
ridiculous.
Or maybe
he is
paying for it all
and is just so
bored he has to go
on social media. But
looking at Kate in her
bikini, I suspect not.
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from her supermarket job.
The criminology student, who
hoped to become a probation officer,
told police she had no idea her
boyfriend was a cocaine dealer and
thought he was a builder.
She was jailed for 15 months
after admitting acquiring criminal
property.
The court heard Price took out a
£33,000 loan by fraudulently stating
he was employed by a construction
company that had gone bust.
Price got seven years after pleading
guilty to being concerned in the
supply of cocaine, possessing the
drug with intent and fraud.
Lock’s lawyer Andrew Taylor said
Price, who was five years older, had
been her first boyfriend and she liked
the high life.
She had been “incredibly naive”
and “has lost everything”.
Two of Price’s accomplices were
jailed for a total of six years and
eight months while one of their
girlfriends got 120 hours of community work.
Police are hoping to seize the
gang’s assets following a proceeds of
crime hearing.
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FIREPERSON SAM
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A FIRE chief has apologised for using the word
“fireman” at a council
meeting.
Jamie Courtney was rapped
by a member of the public who
moaned he used gender specific
language
when
discussing
staffing levels.
But one person wrote on an
online forum: “I suppose Fireman
Sam is now redundant.”
The complainant said Mr Courtney used the words “man” and
“he” four times each when describing the importance of five-strong
fire crews in South Yorkshire.
Chief forced to apologise
for using the word ‘man’
The anonymous moaner said: “I
felt his language was minimising
the role of women in the service.
“There aren’t many women firefighters and it’s important not to
just see firefighters as men.”
They found it particularly offensive following International Women’s Day and the recent release of
a fire service video highlighting
female firefighters’ roles. Though
South Yorkshire has only 42 female
firefighters out of 672, the brigade’s
third-in-command is 50-year-old
mum-of-one Alex Johnson.
Fire service clerk Diana Terris
said Mr Courtney was “grateful
for this to have been highlighted
and apologises unreservedly”.
She said he “would have done so
without question at the time had it
been pointed out, adding: “He is a
great advocate of equality and
diversity within the service.”
Mr Courtney declined to comment. But members of the
public took to the internet to
support him.
Some insisted he had nothing
to say sorry for.
Another said: “How ridiculous.
Should we now stop referring to
ships as she or stop telling children
about the man in the moon?”
One added: “We still refer to
policemen and ambulancemen.”
A third said: “It’s madness.”
“He shouldn’t have apologised –
he’s just caving in to the snowflakes,” wrote another.
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reality shows, Amy has recently stayed out of the
limelight, to concentrate on being a mum.
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earning potential. She has her own salon and shop
in Essex, a kidswear and pram range plus tanning
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highest-rated show in ITVBe’s history, with the
highest ever single ratings for one episode.
She is thought to be paid a six-figure sum for the
show, and also has her fashion brand All Bits
London, her own business Minnie’s Boutique and
perfume and baby clothes deals.
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£1million earner for her.
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attention as Essex’s
number one lothario, Mark
has gone to forge a
successful career.
Last year he landed a
big-money role in the
States, as a correspondent
for entertainment
show Extra.
He has also turned his
talent to property, buying a
seven-bed mansion in
Essex for £1million in
2015 and applying for
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for her three years on Geordie Shore and
almost £400,000 for Ex On The Beach.
She also landed presenting slots on Loose
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two novels, plus an autobiography.
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cinemas and high-end
retailers.
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with her 3 Minute Belly Blitz
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four weeks and was one of the
best-selling of all time.
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top-selling autobiography.
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Charlotte Show has just started
on MTV.
Starred in: The Only
Way Is Essex,
Celebrity Ghost Hunt.
Former carpenter
Tommy only joined
Towie in 2014 but
after growing up in a
council flat, was
determined to use the
show as a launchpad
to business success.
He has his own
trainer brand Mallet
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stocked in stores up
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craze for turning her diva behaviour into memes,
the GC has become one of the most successful
reality stars.
As well as being paid a fat fee to star in the most
recent Celebs Go Dating series, Gemma has her
own shop in Brentwood and a collaboration with
online fashion brand Boohoo.
She also has a deal for her book How To Be A
Diva, out in June.
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from the past two
decades when the
British Soap Awards
celebrates its 20th
anniversary.
All of the soaps will
put forward a moment
and viewers will get to
pick which one they
think was the best.
The result will be
announced at
this year’s bash,
which will be shown
on ITV in June.
Nominees this year
include Corrie’s
Connor McIntyre,
who plays villain
Pat Phelan.
See who else is up
for awards and vote at
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vote
FRANK Skinner has
quit as host of two Sky
Arts shows.
Bosses yesterday confirmed he had “stepped
down” from his role
fronting Portrait Artist
of the Year and Landscape Artist of the Year.
Frank, right, will be replaced by actor Stephen
Mangan, who said:
“I’m thrilled to
have been asked
to present these
shows.
“It’s magical to
see
all
those
talented
people
creating brilliant
new art from a
blank canvas.
And I love
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CORRIE
SHOCK drug
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taking scenes
did not breach telly
guidelines.
More than 200 fans
complained to media
regulator Ofcom over
the plot involving
vicar Billy Mayhew,
played by Dan
Brocklebank.
But watchdog
bosses have now
said they won’t launch
an investigation.
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HOLLYOAKS actress Jennifer
Metcalfe has landed a big-money
„
deal as the face of a racing app.
The actress, known for playing
gobby Mercedes McQueen, is now an
ambassador for Great British
Racing’s Mane Match service.
It helps punters pick which
horse to bet on in this
weekend’s Grand National.
Jennifer said: “Loads of people
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pick their National horse based on
the name and colour and I’m not
too different.
“This app lets you narrow down
the runners based on the name
and colour and, given I’m a big fan of
flying off to see exciting new places
in the world, Shantou Flyer is
definitely my type. The neutral
colours look nice and classy.”
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after a viewer claimed
it was “disgusting” to
have a drag queen as a
contestant.
In Monday’s episode budding quizzer Daniel tried his
luck on ITV’s teatime show.
But his cross-dressing look
sparked a backlash online from
some bigoted viewers.
Twitter user Simon Cantab
posted: “#TheChase I really
think it is mischievous and
highly irresponsible of ITV to
allow people of this sort to
appear on a family show. I feel
quite disgusted.”
Anne Hegerty, nicknamed
Frosty Knickers by fans, hit
back with a firm response:
“Oh, don’t be such a sad f***er.”
And fellow Chaser Mark
the idea of proving that
you can make great
entertainment out of
watching paint dry!”
Co-host Joan Bakewell,
who is staying on, said:
“I am pleased to welcome
Stephen to the team.
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worked together on
Have I Got News
For You, and I
admire him as a
presenter and as
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6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Commonwealth Games
2018 Clare Balding and Gabby
Logan present further live coverage
on the seventh day in Queensland.
English high jumper Robbie Grabarz
– who won a bronze medal at the
London Olympics in 2012 – is set to
make his Commonwealth Games
debut at the Carrara Stadium, hoping
he can secure a place on the podium.
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Regional News, Weather
1.45 Doctors Ayesha struggles to
deal with Valerie’s insomnia, while
Jimmi counsels a man following the
murder of his partner. (AD) (W) (S)
2.15 800 Words Gossip about what
happened to George’s late wife has
taken over the town. (AD) (W) (S)
3.00 Escape To The Country
Jules Hudson helps a couple with a
£600,000 budget search for a country
home in Dorset. Away from the hunt,
the presenter discovers how to make
a traditional shepherd’s hut. (AD) (R)
3.45 Money For Nothing
Sarah Moore salvages three items
from the recycling centre in Witley. (R)
4.30 Flog It! People are invited to try
to make money out of their antiques
by taking a risk at auction. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show, presented
by Alexander Armstrong. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News At Six, Weather
6.30 Regional News, Weather
6.55 Party Election Broadcast
6.00 Commonwealth Games
2018 Hazel Irvine introduces live
coverage as day seven of the Games
continues in Queensland. Australia
take on New Zealand in an allantipodean men’s hockey clash at the
Gold Coast Hockey Centre. (W) (S)
9.15 Oxford Street Revealed (R)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Exploring properties in Derbyshire,
London and North Lanarkshire. (R)
11.00 Britain’s Home Truths
Colin Jackson looks at the history of
council housing in the UK. (AD) (R)
11.45 Dom On The Spot Dom joins
traffic cop Matt Picton in Manchester,
who pulls over a suspected litterer. (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Charlie Ross
challenges two teams to scour an
antiques fair at the East of England
Showground in Peterborough. (R) (W)
1.00 Commonwealth Games
2018 Jason Mohammad presents
the concluding programme of live
coverage on the seventh day in
Queensland. The women’s 10m
synchronised diving final takes place
at Optus Aquatic Centre. (W) (S)
5.15 Put Your Money Where Your
Mouth Is Antiques experts Eric
Knowles and Danny Sebastian face
off at an auction in Somerset. (R) (W)
6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts
the general knowledge quiz. (W) (S)
6.30 Today At The Games
Clare Balding and Gabby Logan
present highlights of day seven. (W)
6.00 Good Morning Britain A lively
mix of news and current affairs, plus
health and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current
affairs and fashion news, as well as
showbiz stories and celebrity gossip.
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Phillip Schofield
and Holly Willoughby present celebrity
chat and lifestyle features, including a
look at the newspaper headlines. (W)
12.30 Loose Women Another helping
of topical studio discussion from
a female perspective, featuring an
interview with Alex Hollywood. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Regional News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
criminal barrister Robert Rinder as
he takes on various real-life cases
in a studio courtroom. (R) (W) (S)
3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal
From Denbigh, where James Layte
examines one of the most bizarre
objects the show has ever seen. (R)
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. (R) (W)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as Ben, Suzanne, Holly and
Phil take on quiz genius the Chaser.
6.00 Regional News, Weather
6.25 Party Election Broadcast
6.30 ITV News, Weather
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R) (S)
6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.10 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
Michael stays home from school. (R)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Debra and Ray grow irritated. (R) (S)
8.30 Frasier Niles receives divorce
and signs them immediately. (R) (S)
9.00 Frasier Frasier wanders the
streets in film-noir fashion. (R) (S)
9.35 Frasier Linda Hamilton stars. (R)
10.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell
The chef’s visit to the Keating in San
Diego leads to a shocking crisis. (R)
11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R)
12.00 Channel 4 News Summary
12.05 Come Dine With Me
Four hosts compete for the £1,000
cash prize in Guernsey. (R) (S)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers (R) (S)
2.10 Countdown With Jimmy
Osmond in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun Scarlette Douglas helps a couple
find a Caribbean home. (R) (S)
4.00 Escape To The Chateau:
DIY Jonny and Ashley continue the
search for their dream chateau. (AD)
5.00 Four In A Bed The third visit of
the week takes place at The George
and Abbotsford in Scotland. (R) (S)
5.30 Star Boot Sale Bobby Davro
sells items at a car boot sale. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons (R) (S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Kyle backtracks
on his original plan. (AD) (R) (S)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff
Matthew Wright and his guests talk
about the issues of the day, with
viewers offering their opinions.
11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Debt collection from a Turkish
restaurant gets complicated. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A 24-year-old seeks help in dealing
with anxiety and depression. (AD) (R)
1.10 Access Showbiz news. (S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.15 NCIS Gibbs revisits his home
town to investigate an assault that
left one marine dead and another
badly injured – and enlists the help
of his estranged father. (AD) (R) (S)
3.15 FILM: McBride: Murder Past
Midnight 2005 (PG) The crusading
lawyer is called up for jury duty in
the case of a woman thought to
have poisoned her wealthy husband.
However, he ends up reluctantly
agreeing to defend the accused when
she is retried. Mystery, starring John
Larroquette and Marta DuBois. (W)
5.00 5 News At 5 Latest headlines.
5.30 Neighbours Toadie is excited
at the prospect of Sonya’s return, but
Sonya has her own agenda. (AD) (R)
6.00 Home And Away
Maggie ponders her own mortality as
she packs up Kat’s belongings. (R) (S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
DIY SOS: THE
BIG BUILD:
Nick Knowles
oversees an
ambitious build,
9pm
TODAY AT THE
GAMES:
Clare Balding
introduces
highlights of
the athletics,
6.30pm
7.00 The One Show
Matt Baker and Alex Jones host
the magazine show, with stories
of interest from around the UK,
plus celebrity guests in the
studio. (W) (S) Followed by BBC
News; Regional News. (W) (S)
7.00 Today At The Games
Further highlights of the
Commonwealth Games in
Queensland. The mouthwatering
netball clash between England
and New Zealand took place
at the Gold Coast Convention
and Exhibition Centre. (W) (S)
THE
SUPERVET:
Noel Fitzpatrick
faces a
challenge,
8pm
SPRINGTIME
ON THE FARM:
JB Gill learns
about a cheese
making
process,
8pm
7.00 Emmerdale
Vanessa takes matters into her
own hands, while Jimmy buries
his head in the sand. (AD)
7.30 Coronation Street
Eva struggles with the prospect
of giving up her baby and Robert
becomes a calendar pin-up. (AD)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 FIA World Rally
Championship Highlights
The Tour de Corse. Action from
the fourth round of the season,
which took place on the island
of Corsica. Sebastien Ogier
entered this event at the top
of the drivers’ championship. (S)
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8.00 MasterChef: The Finals
The final four amateur cooks
embark on a culinary adventure
to Peru, where they take part in
a series of challenges. Then
they create a special dinner at
the Lima Country Club Hotel for
leading industry figures. (AD) (W)
8.00 Attenborough And The
Empire Of The Ants Sir David
Attenborough tells the story of
two physically identical species of
ant that live in the same area in
the Swiss Alps, but have two very
different strategies to survive the
harsh environment. (R) (W) (S)
8.00 Britain’s Brightest
Family Two families go head to
head in the first semi-final, hosted
by Anne Hegerty. (AD) (W) (S)
8.30 Coronation Street
David threatens Josh with the
police, while Tyrone harbours
hope of reconciling with Fiz. (S)
8.00 The Supervet A woman
8.00 Springtime On The
brings in Teddy the shih-tzu cross,
Farm Celebrating the hard work
who has severely deformed front
of farmers around the country.
legs. His owner wants him to live
Three sisters from East Yorkshire
a life without pain. Five-year-old
reveal their pioneering pig farming
golden retriever Ollie is referred
techniques and Kelvin tries his
to Fitzpatrick’s for an operation to
hand at working with a sheepdog.
remove a tumour in his leg. (R)
(S) Followed by 5 News Update.
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9.00 The Assassination
Nick Knowles, Laurence LlewelynOf Gianni Versace:
Bowen and the team head to
American Crime Story
the Worcestershire village of
Andrew’s certainty that he
Eckington to help 17-year-old
deserves success sees him
Antonia Payne-Cheney, who has
bluff his way into a new life. (S)
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a rare
and debilitating condition. (R) (W) 9.50 Live At The Apollo
Josh Widdicombe welcomes
Londoner Nathan Caton and
10.00 BBC News At Ten
Australian Celia Pacquola to the
Round-up of the latest national
Hammersmith Apollo. (R) (W) (S)
and international headlines. (S)
9.00 Benidorm Sammy is excited
after his comeback performance
and tries to persuade Monty
that he is ready – but an
encounter with an obsessed
fan gives him second thoughts.
Meanwhile, Rob dashes to the
airport to win back Cyd. (AD)
9.00 One Born Every Minute
9.00 Housing Yorkshire:
Chantell and Phil arrive in the
Somewhere Called Home
hospital awaiting the birth of their
Neighbourhood Officer Clare
third child together and a couple
investigates reports of anti-social
are determined to show the
behaviour carried out by a tenant
world that they can embrace the
in an inner city estate in Sheffield
responsibilities of parenthood as
and has the difficult task of trying
they welcome their baby boy. (AD)
to track down the individual. (S)
10.00 ITV News, Weather
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (S)
10.00 First Dates Recruitment
consultant Lee sits down for
a date with 32-year-old Abbi,
hoping that she may be the
partner that he can settle
down with. Elsewhere, beauty
ambassador Bianca shares a
sweet date with Teza. (AD)
10.00 Restless Legs
Syndrome: Can’t Stop
Twitching Documentary about
people with a compulsion to
constantly move their feet, a
condition so severe for some
that they want to have their
legs chopped off. (R) (S)
11.05 Gogglebox The armchair
critics share their opinions on
what they have been watching
during the week. The programme
captures their instant reactions
and lively discussions from the
comfort of their own homes. (R)
11.05 Murder On The Internet
Conclusion of the documentary
looking at the dangers of online
dating apps, told through police
archive and interviews with
friends and families of victims,
as well as police, lawyers,
psychologists and experts. (R) (S)
12.05 Live From Abbey Road
Classics (S) 12.35 Seven Year
Switch (AD) (R) (S) 1.30 FILM:
Wanderlust 2012 (15) Comedy,
starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul
Rudd. (SL) (S) 3.05 George Clarke’s
Old House, New Home (R) (S) 4.00
Building The Dream (R) (S) 4.55
Kirstie’s Fill Your House For Free (R)
12.05 When Kids Kill Cases where
the killer argued that mental health
issues drove them to murder. (S)
1.00 SuperCasino (S) 3.10 GPs:
Behind Closed Doors (AD) (R) (S)
4.00 My Mum’s Hotter Than Me! (R)
(SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL)
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10.45 A Question Of Sport
With special guests Marion
Bartoli, Dominic Cork, Barry
McGuigan and Martin Offiah. (W)
11.15 Annie: Out Of The Ashes
A woman tries to find out the
truth about a fire that left her with
severe facial scarring, having
been told her mother set fire to
the caravan she was in. (R) (W)
12.00 Commonwealth Games
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coverage as day eight of the Games
gets under way in Queensland. More
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presented by Evan Davis. (W) (S)
Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
11.15 Hospital Cameras follow
Val, a 55-year-old mouth cancer
patient, and Dilip Srinivasan,
the surgeon fighting to see her
operation goes ahead despite
a new NHS ruling to cancel all
non-urgent surgery. (R) (W) (S)
12.15 Sign Zone: The Queen:
Her Commonwealth Story (R)
(S) 1.15 Sign Zone: RAF At 100 With
Ewan And Colin McGregor (AD) (R)
(SL) (S) 2.45 Sign Zone: MasterChef
(AD) (R) (W) (S) 3.15 Sign Zone:
Classic Mary Berry (AD) (R) (W)
(S) 3.50-6.00 BBC News (W) (S)
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Eva to be
honest with
Aidan,
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10.30 Regional News (W) (S)
10.45 UEFA Champions
League Highlights
Action from the quarter-final
second-leg matches, which were
Manchester City v Liverpool,
AS Roma v Barcelona, Real
Madrid v Juventus and Bayern
Munich v Sevilla. (W) (S)
11.45 When Football Changed
Forever The dramatic story
of the 1991/92 season – the
final campaign before the
Premier League began. (W) (S)
12.35 Jackpot247 Viewers are
offered the chance to participate
in live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00
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8.00 The Secret Life Of Pets
8.25 Dance Moms Nia and Kendall
feel under increased pressure. (S)
9.10 Last Man Standing
Mike wants to buy a car from Chuck.
9.40 Last Man Standing
Mandy asks Mike to make a politically
correct speech at her graduation.
10.05 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
10.40 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
11.05 On Benefits: 90 Years
Claiming Three people who,
between them, have spent
almost 90 years on benefits. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors
The team discovers the hideout of a
gang of burglars in a country lane. (S)
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents in London try to
recover over £7,000 in fines. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Two agents get caught up in
a dispute between a landlord and a
tenant who refuses to move out. (S)
3.00 Neighbours (AD) (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace Part two of two.
4.30 Will & Grace Will and Grace
clash with estate agency rivals.
5.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
5.30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
6.00 Neighbours Karl discovers he
needs to start taking blood thinners.
6.30 Home And Away Alf’s reaction
to Roo’s request threatens to cause a
major rift between the two. (AD) (S)
7.00 Last Man Standing Comedy.
7.30 Last Man Standing Comedy.
8.00 Dumb Drivers: Caught In
The Act Iain Lee presents videos
featuring motorists and motorcyclists
getting into all sorts of scrapes. (S)
9.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Steve and Paul must evict a
tenant who has not paid her rent. (S)
10.00 Star Ayanna reprimands the girls
for their lack of commitment. (S)
11.00 Riverdale A nervous Archie
asks Veronica to sing with him. (S)
12.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! (S) 1.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take
It Away! (S) 2.00 Empire 3.00 Empire
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9.10 Catch A Contractor
Adam Carolla serves up a stern slice
of justice for a dodgy contractor.
9.35 Longmire After a car accident,
Vic and her husband Sean are
captured by a survivalist who has a
past connection to Sheriff Longmire.
10.20 Law & Order A police officer
is killed during a botched robbery.
11.20 NCIS: New Orleans A petty
officer’s death is linked to a new drug
sweeping through New Orleans. (S)
12.20 NCIS: New Orleans
Dr Wade’s adopted son Danny is
implicated in a deadly robbery. (S)
1.15 NCIS Gibbs and the team seek
advice from psychologist Samantha.
2.10 Rookie Blue Police drama
following the trials and tribulations
of five new officers, starring Missy
Peregrym. The high-risk takedown of a
suspect does not go as planned.
3.10 Law & Order Green and
Cassady investigate the death of
a corporate attorney whose body
was found in a hotel room. (S)
4.05 Law & Order A man’s death
offers no immediate explanation. (S)
5.05 CSI: NY A model is found
apparently electrocuted in a giant
Martini glass above Times Square.
6.00 CSI: NY A bridegroom is found
stabbed to death on his wedding day.
7.00 NCIS Crime drama. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS The team suspects a case
of mistaken identity when a petty
officer is gunned down. (AD) (S)
9.00 Taken The Mexican government
force the US government to transfer
Mejia, but Mills discovers that the
cartel are looking to hijack his transfer.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit An undercover
federal agent is murdered. (S)
10.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A mother and her
baby are murdered. With Dann Florek.
11.55 Chicago Justice Eamonn
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12.55 CSI: Crime Scene
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MIKE WARD
WHAT’S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
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During political debates,
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the case involving a woman accused of
poisoning her rich husband. When it goes to a
retrial, McBride finds himself agreeing to defend
her. Also stars Marta DuBois and Matt Lutz.
WANDERLUST (2012) ** Channel 4,
1.30am Comedy. Jennifer Aniston and
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6.25 Cyw: Guto Gwningen 6.40 Cyw: Tomos A’i Ffrindiau
6.50 Cyw: Ty Mel 7.00 Cyw: Meic Y Marchog 7.15 Cyw:
Heini 7.30 Cyw: Digbi Draig 7.40 Cyw: Sam Tân 7.50 Cyw:
Sblij A Sbloj 8.00 Cyw: Cymylaubychain 8.15 Cyw: Cegin
Cyw 8.20 Cyw: Cwpwrdd Cadi 8.30 Cyw: Cled 8.45 Cyw:
Marcaroni 9.00 Cyw: Dwylo’r Enfys 9.15 Cyw: Stiw 9.25
Cyw: Oli Dan Y Don 9.35 Cyw: Nodi. The little boy plans a big
dance in the Town Square. Animated series following the
adventures of Noddy and his friends in Toy Town. 9.45 Cyw:
Tecwyn Y Tractor 10.00 Cyw: Hafod Haul. The animals create
havoc in the kitchen, and are worried that Heti will be cross
when she discovers that her teapot has broken. 10.15 Cyw:
Y Dywysoges Fach 10.25 Cyw: Guto Gwningen 10.40 Cyw:
Tomos A’i Ffrindiau 10.50 Cyw: Ty Mel. Morgan has prepared
a special surprise for his dad’s birthday. 11.00 Cyw: Meic Y
Marchog. Meic’s overly hasty horse riding results in the
Throne Room being filled with magical earth. 11.15 Cyw:
Heini 11.30 Cyw: Digbi Draig 11.40 Cyw: Sam Tân. Some
of the cliffs in Pontypandy are crumbling so Sam and Tom
place warning signs marking the unsafe paths but Norman
ignores the warnings. 11.50 Cyw: Sblij A Sbloj 12.00
Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 12.05 Crwydro. Prize-winning
bard Tudur Dylan Jones accompanies Iolo Williams on a
scenic journey from Penrhyn Harbour to Llantysilio, taking
time to admire the views from Bangor mountain and visiting
the Bardic Circle on the banks of the Menai. 12.30 Only Men
Aloud Yn Bollywood 1.30 Garddio A Mwy. The gardening
and nature show returns, with Meinir Gwilym getting advice
before buying her first greenhouse. Plus, a visit to a specialist
orchid grower in Ceredigion. 2.00 Newyddion S4C A’r
Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da. Magazine programme featuring
a selection of tips and advice about anything from gardening
to fashion, plus the day’s news stories and a chance to see
hidden gems from the archive. 3.00 Newyddion S4C A’r
Tywydd 3.05 Pengelli 3.30 Pobol Y Glannau 4.00 Awr Fawr
5.00 Stwnsh: Larfa 5.05 Stwnsh: Boom! 5.15 Stwnsh:
Dennis A Dannedd. Children’s animation, featuring the
popular Beano character Dennis the Menace and his trusty
canine companion Gnasher. 5.25 Stwnsh: Lois Yn Erbyn
Anni 5.35 Stwnsh: Fi Yw’r Bos. Erin, Rhys and Cadi try out
their work skills with Aykroyd & Sons, a clothing manufacturer
in Bala. 6.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 6.05 Her Yr
Hinsawdd. In the first of a new series, Professor Siwan Davies
explores the colourful mountains of Uganda and learns about
the impact deforestation has had on the community. 6.30
Mwy O Sgorio. A programme focusing on grassroots football,
and Crystal Palace fan Lois Angharad joins Dylan Ebenezer
and Owain Tudur Jones. Plus, a discussion surrounding the
JD Welsh Cup semi-finals, and Malcolm Allen will be meeting
a group of Machno United supporters. 7.00 Heno. Magazine
programme, featuring stories from all over Wales. 8.00 Pobol
Y Cwm. Garry makes an important decision, and Chester and
Hannah’s loved up attitude gets on Mark’s nerves in the cafe
flat. 8.25 Celwydd Noeth. Rhodri Francis from Aberystwyth
and Llinos Hallgarth from Carmarthen and mother and
daughter, Luned and Hana Morgan from Dolgellau take part.
Last in the series. 9.00 Newyddion 9 A’r Tywydd 9.30 Ar
Werth. Iestyn Leyshon tries to sell a flat in Aberystwyth, and
Marc Morrish prepares for a record-breaking house auction in
Cardiff. Elsewhere on Anglesey, John and Shirley Jones are
desperate to sell their house and head back to the Bahamas,
and Dafydd Hardy wants to secure the sale of some of the
most prestigious properties on his books. Last in the series.
10.00 Josh Griffiths: Mr Marathon. Profile of the Gorslas
runner who was the fastest British finisher in this year’s London
Marathon, guaranteeing him a place in the British team at the
World Athletics Championships. 10.30 Galw Nain Nain Nain.
Margiad Dobson, goes on three dates with the help of her
grandmother, Margaret Jones. The duo live in the same house
in Pant Glas, near Caernarfon. 11.05 Cadw Cwmni Gyda
John Hardy. The presenter returs to invite various individuals
to share their most interesting tales. Alun Ifans reveals how he
is lucky to be alive following a childhood accident.
tonight (10pm, Channel 4).
It’s a comment that could
obviously be taken several
ways, depending on the
character he has in mind.
Belle from Beauty And The
Beast? That’d be OK.
The actual beast? Not so good.
The talking teapot? Disaster.
As it happens, this diner, politics
student Cameron, 22, takes the
comment as a compliment. His
heroine, we learn, is Cruella de Vil.
“I always think to myself, ‘WWMTD
– What Would Maggie Thatcher
Do?’ She would generally do
fabulous things!”
Joe doesn’t look as if he agrees.
Seeming to hit it off brilliantly
elsewhere, meanwhile, are
thirtysomethings Lee and Abi,
sharing the same sense of humour
and ending up in fits of giggles over
the food. (“Have you got a lardon?!”
Abbi asks. “I’d love to spread your
guacamole!” Lee declares.) But
about this “I’ll secretly give you
my baby” deal that she’s struck up
with Toyah. Who’d have expected
that? Seemed such a rock-solid,
not-at-all-blatantly-mental idea…
Anyway, Toyah has an idea tonight
(7.30pm & 8.30pm, ITV) that she
reckons may help. Which, of
course, is soap-speak for “make
things ten times worse…”
„Mike’s exclusive online column is at www.
dailystar.co.uk/columnists. Follow him on
Twitter @mikewardontv and at www.telly.click
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6.00am Serie A Show 6.30 Aviva
Premiership Rugby Highlights 9.00 UEFA
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JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
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JANE SAYS: Could it be
your guy is conflicted
about his true sexuality
or is simply using you
as a trophy girlfriend?
Just asking…
Tell him you both
need to start being
honest about where
you’re coming from.
Be careful not to
insult or criticise, but
suggest a special night
so you can take the
initiative and show him
how you’d like things to
be. Ask him to relax
while you take control.
Start with a bath and
a soothing massage.
Then ask him to touch
you too.
Leave him in no doubt
regarding what you like.
Be encouraging. Then,
see how he acts the
next time you get
naked together.
If he’s unwilling to
compromise or learn,
then you’re both
wasting your time.
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looks amazing. He’s
fashionable, well
groomed and popular
with all my friends.
Unfortunately, he’s
absolutely hopeless
in bed.
He hasn’t got the
first clue about
turning me on and
making me climax.
In fact, he’s quite
lazy. It’s all about his
satisfaction.
At first, I put his
bad performance
down to nervousness.
But we went away
for a weekend and
he was as hopeless
as ever.
I was hoping for
two days of steamy
passion, but he just
kept suggesting long
walks and drinks at
the bar.
How do I get him to
improve without
hurting his feelings?
I crave the passion
and naughtiness he’s
unwilling to give.
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fiancé now that he’s
confessed to a long
running affair?
We were due to tie the knot in
July. Everything is planned
and a lot is already paid for.
A fortnight ago he went off the
radar. I couldn’t get hold of him
for love nor money.
He was supposed to be on a
training course with his boss, but
the man texted in a fury to say
that he hadn’t turned up.
Naturally, I rang around his
friends and family to find out if
they knew where he was.
Begged
Eventually his mother, of all
people, said we needed to talk. We
met in a café for a coffee and
she handed me the address of
another woman.
She was determined not to give
me any more details, but suggested it might be a good idea to give
the property a visit.
Sure enough, I rocked up and
there was my fiancé’s hatchback
parked outside. After half an
hour of ringing the bell, a woman
eventually emerged.
When she admitted she was my
fiancé’s lover I went absolutely
crazy and started kicking my
bloke’s car.
That got him outside too and he
confessed he’d been sleeping with
this other woman for the whole of
our three-year relationship.
Then he broke down in tears
and begged me to forgive him because he was in a midlife crisis.
Now he’s back home. His boss
has given him compassionate
leave and my guy swears the
SHOCKED: He swears affair is over but can she go ahead with the wedding after his betrayal?
affair is over. He wants us to go
ahead with the wedding and iron
out our problems afterwards.
He’s worried that a lot of his
relatives will ask embarrassing
questions if we withdraw our
invitations now.
I was looking forward to being a
bride more than anything else in
the world, but can we really go
ahead after this has happened?
JANE SAYS: Don’t allow your
fiancé to rush you into anything.
His idea of getting married first
and discussing your problems
afterwards stinks. Insist on talk-
ing now so you know where you
stand and why he felt tempted to
cheat in the first place.
This is your future happiness in
the balance here.
What really concerns me is that
I can’t believe that you really know
this man at all. Can you honestly
trust anything he says?
A long-running sexual affair
must have involved some emotional attachment. What really
went on between him and his exlover (if she really is his ex-lover,
that is)? Is she really going to take
this humiliation lying down?
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sounds very one-sided and unbalanced. Is the man guilty of being
underhand and dishonest in general? Has he ever been serious
about you or on your side?
It’s very good that his boss has
given him compassionate leave,
because he sounds conflicted and
confused. Encourage him to get
the professional help he needs.
But don’t feel you have to do
anything for the sake of “saving
face”. A few deposits or pre-paid
flowers cannot determine your
future. Walk away and think long
and hard about this man and your
reaction to his betrayal.
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MY next door neighbour
is absolutely vile.
Over the years we’ve
had terrible rows about
parking, rubbish and her
noisy parties.
Now a good friend has
announced that he’s
dating her. The woman is
a nightmare.
I’ve warned him that not
only is she dishonest and
evil, but she’s friendly
with some very nasty
people too.
He insists that she’s
a laugh and that they
are having some good
times together.
How do I protect him
when I know that she’ll
rinse him dry?
He’s already booked
a holiday for them in
Spain and bought her
a new bed and furniture
for the garden (after her
son burnt the last lot on
a bonfire).
I keep telling him that
he’s out of his depth and
that he doesn’t know what
he’s dealing with.
But he’s lonely and I fear
that he’s being blinded by
dirty sex and attention.
JANE SAYS: You have to
remember that your friend
is a grown man who can
do what he likes.
You’ve warned him that
(in your opinion) your
neighbour is a bad lot
who can’t be trusted.
But clearly he sees a
different side to her. He’s
having the time of his life.
The problem is that you
can’t physically go in
there and drag him out.
If he isn’t interested in
your view and isn’t
prepared to walk away,
then he’ll have to find out
for himself what she’s
really like.
Who knows? Maybe
they’ll get on brilliantly?
Maybe he’s the strong,
steady type that she’s
always needed to get
her back on the straight
and narrow?
I suggest you step back
and just see what kicks
off down the line.
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to become the first lady to
win the event at Aintree.
Here she tells JAMES
MOORE how she
stays race fit…
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you have to maintain it.
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strength and balance. You need to will have a cup of tea.
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A chocolate bar every now and
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What do you drink during
the day?
I do drink a lot of tea and coffee
and I’m bad with sugar. I’ll have at
least two sugars in a tea or coffee
but at the races it could get up to
five. That’s an unhealthy part of
my life but it gets my energy
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I do like a glass of Coca Cola too,
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What’s your favourite
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I’m not too bothered about starters but I love a
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steak.
Cooked medium rare and
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chocolate
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What’s your favourite tipple?
I don’t drink alcohol generally,
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8 Swimming pool (4)
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ACROSS: 1 Copper, 4 Larder, 7 Arid, 8 Minister, 9 Crooked, 12 Gyp, 14 Impish,
15 Greece, 16 Eel, 18 Torment, 22 Assorted, 23 Mate, 24 Impair, 25 Lively.
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email us at starsport@dailystar.co.uk
PAGES OF FANTASTIC
START WITH RUGBY LEAGUE Holder
WE NEED SOME
STAYING
POWER
®ÊÊ
EYE ON THE
BALL: Saints’
star Theo Fages
Fages wary of Saints slip-up
Proved
Half-back Fages says it’s vital
that red-hot Saints don’t fall into
a similar trap.
He said: “It doesn’t mean much
being good now if we’re not
there at the end of the season.
“There is a long way to go and
anything can happen, so we’ll
see in a couple of months where
we are.”
But Frenchman Fages is happy
that Saints have proved their
leave the club on loan, as revealed
® by JULIE STOTT
by Starsport on Monday.
success doesn’t rest on superstar
But Fages, who has started the
Ben Barba.
last two games at six after eight
The full-back, who is the early games on the bench, insists he’s
favourite to be named Man of happy to fight for his spot.
Steel, missed the last game
“It is a little bit disappointing
against Hull with illness.
if you are not starting but the
But Saints still dominated, competition is good for the
winning 26-12 to protect their team,” he said. “As long as I can
four-point lead at the top.
help the team I am happy.”
WIDNES youngster Keanan
Fages added: “Benny was a big
Brand will undergo surgery
miss because he has got that
today after suffering a
magic but we showed we
double leg break just
can still play.
six minutes into his
“This team is not
Super League debut
just about one player.
at the weekend.
Everyone is confiCoach Denis Betts
dent and hopefully
said: “It’s quite a
we can carry that
bad break.
on all season.”
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Fages is in a fourkid, six minutes
way scrap for the
into his debut. It
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GREYHOUNDS
CENTRAL PARK
11.01 MAKEIT FOR MAMMY (nb) (6) . Sidaz Bandit (1)
11.16 CLOUNANNA TARA (1) ....Boynepark Glass (4)
11.31 EDENVALE VIC (4) ............... Sourhill Leaha (1)
11.46 HOLLYOAK KARTEL (3) .......... Mystical Ivy (6)
12.01 SEEING YOU (4) .............. Droopys Moscow (6)
12.16 DEECEES SANTA (6) ............Shaunas Tipp (2)
12.31 KILLURAN TURBO (4) ......... Cloutem Genie (6)
12.46 DIVAS LILY (1) .................... Orbital Tornado (4)
1.01 CATH PUTKETTLEON (1) .......... Insane Kiss (6)
1.16 BET LIKE MEN (6) ...........................Big Baby (2)
1.31 KILGRANEY FURY (nap) (2) ...... Kentish Lad (1)
1.49 MATCH OF EIGHT (3) .............Love For Mum (5)
MONMORE
2.06 TULLYMURRY WAVE (nap) (5) .Westmead Hunter (6)
2.22 MINGLERS PALM (5) .........Droopys Alabama (4)
2.42 WHITES OAKLEY (5) ........ Catunda Sapphire (4)
3.02 FOZZIE FREEBEE (1) ..............Ardera Dazler (6)
3.19 KEEPERLIT (6) .................. Ballymac Clodagh (2)
3.39 JAMJAR (3) ....................................Matts Star (5)
3.59 SEATHWAITE ROME (nb) (4) . Take Kerr Janny (5)
4.19 WHISKY JAYDEE (1) ................ Feel No Pain (5)
4.39 KEELEYS GIRL (6) ...............Droopys Naples (1)
4.58 SUPREME ZAGREB (6) ...........Billys Express (3)
5.18 DULSTONE GWEN (3) ............. Dance Vogue (5)
5.37 BARRACK IVY (4) .......................Fairhill Mary (6)
5.54 ROYS BOY (4) ...........................Droopys One (5)
6.09 DROOPYS HECKLE (4) .................Inky Binky (3)
SUNDERLAND
6.28
6.48
7.06
7.22
7.37
7.52
8.07
8.22
8.37
8.51
9.07
9.22
DARK AERO (1) ......................... Savana Dan (3)
HILLDUN ROSE (6) ................Footfield Frano (1)
CHETWYND POLLY (4) ..................Aviva Zar (6)
HAGGSWOOD RIO (1) .........Glenburn Jimmy (3)
HOWSYOURCOW (nap) (6) ......Twins Primco (4)
BOY LEE (6) .................................. Pro Power (1)
BALMORAL SPORTY (1) .......Tracys Champ (6)
CALZAGHE LEGEND (nb) (6) ...Milesian Mecca (5)
GET ON AMEERA (2) ................Dudleys Fun (1)
BALMORAL LUNA (4) ...........................Jalpa (5)
NOW MCGINTY (2) .......................Camp Max (5)
MOUNA GNEISS (2) ......................Kieel Ross (4)
ROMFORD
11.09 TEEJAYS MUNGO (nap) (3)To Tone Sparky (2)
11.24 PRO ACTIVE (nb) (4) .............. Young Ebony (5)
11.39 UNDERGROUND EMMA (3) ......Bang On Eugene (5)
11.54 ILEWIN ANN (1) ..................... Ebony Scolari (2)
12.09 FULL STEAM AHEAD (6) .................Bustino (1)
12.24 UNDERGROUND PIXI (5) ..... Brooklyn Road (2)
12.39 TINAS RUBY (4) .........................Mums Style (2)
12.54 WYCHWOOD LUCY (1) ...... Miss Vavavoom (2)
1.08 BRITANNIACARPETS (5) ........... Proper Julie (2)
1.22 TEARAWAY BRAE (5) .......... Piemans Flossy (3)
1.39 NEWLAWN PETER (2) ......... Piemans Rocket (4)
1.57 BARRA SALLY (4) ........................Full Of Fire (2)
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
GET ON SMUDGE (5) ........ Steeple Rd Jason
EL TORO (2) ........................... Itmustbecharlie
SWIFT SAVANNA (1) ............... Droopys Hera
SOBER LILY (1) ...................... Minnies Troika
MAKETHEROUNDS (4)....... Drumcove Oscar
QUINTUS (nb) (3) .................Thischapsinwork
FERNANDOG TORRES (2)...Jesse And Jonny
KENTISH BOSS (nap) (2) .......... Hedsor Artie
SUIRVIEW BORIS (3) ...... Abbodabbo Dasher
MYLES BABY (1) ................................. El Taz
ASHBY PASTURES (6) .....Leamaneigh Hawk
IM NO ANGEL (1) .......................Kentish Luck
TWO DOVES (2) .......................... Balibo Ruby
NOTHING SPECIAL (5) ............. Newros Holly
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DONCASTER
6.27
6.47
7.03
7.18
7.34
7.51
8.06
8.22
8.38
8.54
9.11
9.26
MUSTANG BRADY (2) .............Pick The Loch
SHATANIS LADY (1) ................. Luttons Ross
DRUMCROW NESSA (nap) (2).. Keady Scolari
DREAMS OF SYDNEY (4) ........ Colliers Arms
EAGLE ROCKET (1) ............ Marys Luckybag
MUSTANG DEBBIE (4) ........ Ballymac Pizazz
SHANEBOY APPLE (5) ...........Buzzsaw Kate
FOR NANCY (5) ....................... Saratoga Oak
PICKINUPMONEY (5)................ Fishinthedark
LUTTONS KYLE (5) ............ Courage Forever
BRAMBLE NELLIE (5) ...............Bellagio Blitz
BALLYCOOLE PEARL (nb) (4) .. Bellagio Blue
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Saints are running amok in
Super League, just like the
Tigers did last season.
But Daryl Powell’s men ended
up with only the League Leaders’
Shield to show for their amazing
efforts.
WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.09: Paradise Alberto (1)
9-4 jt-fav, Bills Lass (2) 9-4 jtfav, bf: £7.91, tri: (1-2-4) £18.61.
11.24: Shaunas Mini (6) 11-4,
Our Jay (2) 4-1, bf: £16.48, tri:
(6-2-4) £58.03. 11.39: Endova
Moana (3) 9-2, Awesome Thing
(1) 5-2, bf: £19.88, tri: (3-1-2)
£57.62. 11.54: Tiger Ace (6) 9-2,
Shoemakers Jack (3) 8-1, bf:
£46.68, tri: (6-3-5) £188.61.
12.09: Fastfawn (4) 7-2, Bens
Lass (1) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £15.08, tri:
(4-1-2) £55.76. 12.24: Got Your
Sox On (2) 6-1, Gainstown
Keiko (4) 7-4 fav, bf: £25.76, tri:
(2-4-1) £60.76. 12.39: Icecool
Kingo (2) 11-4 fav, Wee Smokes
(6) 7-2, bf: £15.70, tri: (2-6-5)
£54.18. 12.54: Rathronan Lily (3)
6-1, Kashas Lady (4) 3-1, bf:
£31.11, tri: (3-4-6) £72.19. 1.08:
Hit Man (3) 3-1, Brave Warrior
(4) 5-1, bf: £20.22, tri: (3-4-2)
£53.66. 1.22: Que Sera Sera (5)
7-1, Rickys Madison (1) 9-2, bf:
£50.05, tri: (5-1-6) £173.75. 1.39:
Insane Date (3) 7-4 jt-fav,
Annual Talk (5) 9-2, bf: £11.53,
tri: (3-5-6) £21.66. 1.57:
Honeygar Bolt (3) 5-2, Shaneboy
Santana (2) 5-4 fav, bf: £6.39,
tri: (3-2-1) £26.00.
CRAYFORD
11.01: Tip Top Alesha (3) 5-2,
Broadway Score (4) 7-2, NR:
Kelva Cuthbert (res), bf: £13.33,
tri: (3-4-2) £0.00. 11.16: Famous
Flossie (1) 2-1 jt-fav, Fawkham
Bugatti (4) 10-1, bf: £23.32, tri:
(1-4-2) £122.17. 11.31: Ferryforth
Alice (5) 5-4 fav, Moyar Kewell
(4) 9-2, bf: £8.96, tri: (5-4-6)
£33.92. 11.46: Winning Distance
(6) 7-2, Keeperhill Kerry (3) 8-1,
bf: £36.13, tri: (6-3-4) £98.71.
12.01: Ferryforth Niamh (4) 5-2
jt-fav, Fairest Storm (1) 4-1, bf:
£14.58, tri: (4-1-3) £38.87. 12.16:
Tip Top Shiraz (5) Evens fav,
tells of
torment
JG<<;N8P
® by PETER OAKES
CHRIS HOLDER has
broken his silence on the
most painful 15 months of
his life.
The Australian Grand
Prix star split from wife
Sealy two years ago and
has since been involved in
a bitter row over access to
their six-year-old son Max.
He also had a nightmare
2017 on the track, slipping
down the world rankings
and being sacked, banned
and fined for quitting a
King’s Lynn Premiership
match after complaining
about track conditions.
“Last year was a disaster,
it was terrible,” he said on
former world champion
Greg Hancock’s podcast
‘Reel45’.
“I didn’t get to see a lot of
Max, which really hurt.
“He has just turned six,
I didn’t get invited to the
birthday party but we had
our own little one.
Stuff
“He’s good and he’s fine,
that’s the main thing, and
if I can sort all the little
things I’ll be fine.
“The other stuff is
lingering in the
background but I’m a lot
further down the line than
I was last year.
“It’s good that it’s
working out better at the
moment and all I’m
thinking about is racing.”
The 2012 world champion,
30, has already missed the
first month of the new
season and has had to be
temporarily replaced in the
Poole squad by Denmark
international Peter
Kildemand.
But Holder hopes to take
part in his first meeting in
Poland this Sunday.
He added: “It’s been a
rocky start, not what I
wanted.
“Thankfully the weather
has been pretty average
and no one is getting much
riding in, which is good
for me.”
gf
THEO
FAGES
has
warned St Helens to
learn from Castleford’s
mistakes.
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PETERBOROUGH
Deran Scholar (3) 6-1, bf: £9.28,
tri: (5-3-1) £26.62. 12.31: Colton
Ranger (4) 7-2, Budding Beauty
(5) 2-1 fav, NR: Thunder Road
(res), bf: £14.09, tri: (4-5-6)
£0.00. 12.46: Galtee Blue (3) 5-2
and Jet Stream Turbo (4) 8-1
(dd-ht 1st), bf: (3-4) £12.97, (3-4)
12.97, tri: (3-4-1) £30.87, (3-4-1)
£30.87. 1.01: Hazelwood Jerry
(1) 5-2, Greenlane Eddie (6) 4-1,
bf: £16.27, tri: (1-6-4) £74.17.
1.16: Killila Beauty (1) 5-4 fav,
Its A Wonder (3) 20-1, bf: £29.36,
tri: (1-3-4) £106.02. 1.31:
Rahyvira Pearl (6) 6-1, Canutes
Hound (5) 7-2, bf: £34.77, tri:
(6-5-4) £82.04. 1.49: Blind
Justice (4) 2-1, Vintage Queen
(1) 9-2, bf: £13.62, tri: (4-1-3)
£60.86.
HOVE
2.12: Albertosi (3) 5-2,
Scarlet Seamist (6) 6-1, bf:
£20.13, tri: (3-6-2) £54.71. 2.32:
Slippery Jules (4) 9-2, Cokery
Girl (3) 4-1, bf: £27.25, tri: (4-36) £134.51. 2.52: Monroe Royal
(4) 9-4 fav, Castleview Comet (2)
5-2, bf: £9.26, tri: (4-2-1) £31.17.
3.11: Rogue Hurricane (3) 3-1,
Droopys Empoli (6) 7-1, bf:
£26.42, tri: (3-6-2) £73.67. 3.29:
Lewandogski (5) 3-1, Ballylark
Rhian (4) 2-1 fav, bf: £12.02, tri:
(5-4-6) £30.25. 3.49: Caterham
Rocker (3) 3-1, There She Sails
(5) 7-4 fav, bf: £10.64, tri: (3-5-6)
£39.76. 4.09: Mallogs Suarez (2)
7-1, Rocket Shot (1) 5-2 jt-fav,
bf: £28.55, tri: (2-1-3) £102.83.
4.29: Fridays Gain (5) 6-4 fav,
Sizzlers Dream (6) 10-1, bf:
£17.53, tri: (5-6-4) £36.16. 4.48:
Wheres Jake (1) 4-1, Chasin
Pavements (2) 5-1, bf: £21.75,
tri: (1-2-4) £66.81. 5.08: Alien
Actor (5) 3-1, Skywalker Tara
(6) 9-2, bf: £17.33, tri: (5-6-1)
£42.12. 5.28: Leaders Bell (2)
3-1, Maireads Dream (1) 5-1, bf:
£18.01, tri: (2-1-5) £45.63. 5.44:
Beanos Nell (4) 4-1, Artistic
Touch (6) 3-1, bf: £19.38, tri:
(4-6-3) £46.90. 6.02: Westmead
Kara (4) 7-1, Postman Mac (6)
4-1, bf: £41.57, tri: (4-6-2)
£110.84. 6.19: Bitterandtwisted
(2) 8-1, Gemini Wonder (5) 7-4
fav, bf: £33.15, tri: (2-5-4)
£76.67.
MONMORE
2.06: Outclough Lily (1) 5-2
fav, Rappers Angel (5) 8-1, bf:
£25.65, tri: (1-5-6) £83.58. 2.22:
Ardera Moriarty (3) 5-1, Swift
Idris (4) 11-4 fav, NR: Be Wide
Boss (res), bf: £23.14, tri: (3-4-5)
£82.47. 2.42: Wellpad Mike (6)
11-4, Sandymount Lady (4) 3-1,
NR: Quivers Diva (res), bf:
£13.23, tri: (6-4-5) £0.00. 3.02:
Ardera Aine (5) 7-2, Shovel It
On (4) 9-4 fav, bf: £15.93, tri:
(5-4-6) £44.09. 3.19: Daily
Bulletin (4) 5-1, Farloe Starman
(6) 5-1, bf: £34.93, tri: (4-6-5)
£131.35. 3.39: Final Tondexter
(5) 11-4, Oneco Floridian (2) 7-2,
bf: £16.55, tri: (5-2-1) £50.56.
3.59: Relentless Joey (6) 7-4 fav,
Afan Jack (4) 4-1, bf: £9.69, tri:
(6-4-3) £27.45. 4.19: Brodsy (6)
3-1, Lakeview Lass (5) 5-1, bf:
£19.34, tri: (6-5-2) £88.34. 4.39:
Letsgo Moody (2) 7-1, Kaybee
Sapphire (4) 2-1 fav, bf: £32.07,
tri: (2-4-1) £133.51. 4.58: Scruffs
Scully (5) 9-4 fav, Indiana Wants
Me (2) 3-1, bf: £11.32, tri: (5-2-6)
£32.51. 5.18: Swift Marshall (3)
3-1, Fairhill Jamesie (5) 5-2 fav,
bf: £12.35, tri: (3-5-2) £43.87.
5.37: Shesnosnob (4) 3-1,
Sportmans Zoe (5) 9-4 fav, bf:
£11.88, tri: (4-5-6) £31.24. 5.54:
Supreme Pete (6) 3-1, Headiton
Vikki (4) 9-4 fav, bf: £12.10, tri:
(6-4-1) £29.05. 6.09: Inky Bungle
(5) 2-1 fav, Pennys Una (4) 7-2,
bf: £10.84, tri: (5-4-2) £30.67.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6)
£349.00, (Races 9-14) £42.70.
6.22
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A3)
435m
411 Shift Laugh Lee (rl ro) .............. 26.36
2531 Forest Bee (ep ro) ..................... 26.36
15 5 Pacific Deirdre (rl ro) ................. 26.39
2111 MAD MANGO (NAP) (md ep) ... 26.21
6233 Coolruss Geoff (sa ro) ............... 27.43
1215 Admiral Lady (sa fw).................. 26.41
Star betting: 9-4 Admiral Lady, 3 Mad
Mango, Forest Bee, 4 Shift Laugh Lee, 6
Coolruss Geoff, Pacific Deirdre.
6.38
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A6)
435m
5125 Truly Handsome (sa ro)............. 26.66
555 Bibbys Marple (md ep) .............. 26.50
3163 Ballymac Harbour (rl ro) ............ 26.54
2233 Rushwee Return (md ep)......... 26.47
5214 TADFER JAM (wd ep) .............. 26.59
3441 Burgess Cutie (wd ro)................ 26.81
Star betting: 9-4 Rushwee Return, 7-2
Truly Handsome, Tadfer Jam, 9-2 Ballymac
Harbour, Burgess Cutie, 6 Bibbys Marple.
6.56
(A8)
435m
1 5322 POSH PACEMAKER (rl ro) ...... 26.99
2 5242 Gymstar Rumble (rl ep) ........... 26.87
3
1 Hello Mary Bee (md ep) ............ 27.46
4 515 Hey Mickeymorr (sa fw)............. 27.14
5 561 Rushing Blue (ep md)................ 27.01
6 3252 Ders Spirit (wd ep)..................... 27.07
Star betting: 11-4 Gymstar Rumble, 3
Ders Spirit, 7-2 Posh Pacemaker, 4 Hey
Mickeymorr, 5 Rushing Blue, 11-2 Hello Mary
Bee.
7.11
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A8)
435m
3223 KNOCKBOY POLLY (md ro) .... 27.17
4453 Scala Rossa (md ep) ................. 27.36
Rahyvira Lass (md ep) .............. 00.00
3244 Kathys Pride (wd sa) ................. 27.36
425 Isle Of God (wd ro) .................... 27.61
6414 Piemans Baby (wd ep) ............. 28.35
Star betting: 2 Knockboy Polly, 5-2
Piemans Baby, 4 Isle Of God, Scala Rossa, 5
Kathys Pride, 8 Rahyvira Lass.
7.26
(A5)
435m
7.42
(D2)
250m
7.58
(A7)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
134 Fox Covert (rl ep) ...................... 26.47
5256 Ballymac Helena (md ro) ........... 26.37
4435 Snowy White (rl ro) .................... 26.32
4524 Vigorous Steffy (sa ro)............... 26.44
5311 BOREEN ROSE (wd ro)............ 26.43
1533 Look Sharp (wd fw) .................. 26.61
Star betting: 9-4 Ballymac Helena, 3
Boreen Rose, Look Sharp, 7-2 Snowy White, 6
Vigorous Steffy, 8 Fox Covert.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5 43 John Joes Lad (rl ep)................. 15.21
3312 ABIGAILS BOY (md ep) ........... 15.10
6216 Ballynabee Diva (md ep) ......... 15.37
364 Fenview Freebie (wd ro)............ 15.19
126 Pukka Blitz (md ep) ................... 15.12
4564 Tullymurry Sid (wd ep) .............. 15.43
Star betting: 7-4 Abigails Boy, 7-2 Pukka
Blitz, 4 Ballynabee Diva, 9-2 Tullymurry Sid, 11-2
John Joes Lad, Fenview Freebie.
1 3232 Rough Marilyn (rl ep) ................. 26.66
2 132 SWIFT TANAYA (md ro)........... 26.89
3 4322 Ballymac Payoff (md ep) ........... 26.72
4
1 Rahyvira Hope (md ep) ............. 26.67
5 5325 Liosgarbh Ger (sa ro) .............. 26.41
6 3625 Pennys Pooka (wd ro) ............... 26.57
Star betting: 3 Liosgarbh Ger, 7-2
Ballymac Payoff, Swift Tanaya, Pennys Pooka,
9-2 Rough Marilyn, 11-2 Rahyvira Hope.
8.13
(A7)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
1345 Lonesome Midget (rl ro) ............ 26.77
5 55 Aughall Seamie (rl ep) ............. 26.62
1433 Wotsonthemenu (ep ro) ............. 27.00
11 d SWANSON JAZZ (nb) (md ep) 26.68
566 Rumble Fantasy (md ro)............ 26.80
6341 Lord Jet (wd ro) ......................... 26.86
Star betting: 2 Swanson Jazz, 7-2
Aughall Seamie, 4 Lonesome Midget, 9-2
Wotsonthemenu, Lord Jet, 6 Rumble Fantasy.
8.28
(D4)
250m
1
2
3
4
5
6
2522 SLANEYSIDE DASH (sa ro) ..... 15.43
4532 Moss Racket (sa fw) .................. 15.53
5565 Pennys Buttercup (md ep)......... 15.54
2453 Swanson Honey (sa fw) ............ 15.41
66 5 Bartley Bridget (ep ro) ............... 16.45
2324 Gilti Blackjack (wd ep) ............. 15.50
Star betting: 5-2 Swanson Honey, 11-4
Slaneyside Dash, Gilti Blackjack, 9-2 Moss
Racket, 6 Bartley Bridget, Pennys Buttercup.
8.43
(A5)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4345 Fagans Katie (sa fw) ................. 26.53
4251 Rabbini (md ep) ......................... 26.54
3634 MOANDUFF LASS (md sa) ...... 26.37
2636 Bernies Bolt (ep fw) ................... 26.49
1551 Romeo Hero (wd ro) .................. 26.78
2462 Blue Batistuta (sa fw) .............. 26.53
Star betting: 11-4 Bernies Bolt, 3
Moanduff Lass, 7-2 Blue Batistuta, 9-2 Fagans
Katie, 11-2 Rabbini, 6 Romeo Hero.
8.58
(A6)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4614 Cloncunny Bound (rl ro) ............ 26.82
2216 Boozed Flower (md ep) ............. 26.57
11 4 FOUR ELMS (rl ro).................... 26.67
4143 Bilkos Victory (sa fw)............... 26.72
3621 Stormy Escalade (wd ep) .......... 26.78
2336 Droopys Darren (wd ro) ............. 26.61
Star betting: 11-4 Boozed Flower, 3
Droopys Darren, 7-2 Bilkos Victory, 4 Four Elms,
9-2 Stormy Escalade, 5 Cloncunny Bound.
9.14
(A4)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
2235 Belvoir Bay (md ep) ................... 26.42
1623 Fagans Memorie (rl ro) .............. 26.25
5451 Mustang Hazel (rl ro) ................. 26.47
6211 GRENANSTOWN LAD (md ep) 26.73
3313 Fenview Pride (wd ro) .............. 26.39
4461 Curly Smallsocks (md fw) .......... 26.45
Star betting: 9-4 Belvoir Bay, 7-2 Fagans
Memorie, Fenview Pride, 4 Grenanstown Lad,
11-2 Mustang Hazel, 6 Curly Smallsocks.
9.32
(A2)
435m
1 2221 FORTUNATE STAR (rl ro) ........ 26.32
2 152 Pointless Praise (rl ro) ............... 26.10
3 651 Fatboyz Nathan (md ro) ............ 26.50
4 322 Cracker Joke (md ep) ................ 26.21
5 3213 Lemming Clover (md ep) ......... 26.17
6 1316 Sion Hill (rl ro)............................ 26.13
Star betting: 9-4 Cracker Joke, 3
Fortunate Star, 7-2 Pointless Praise, 4 Lemming
Clover, 5 Sion Hill, 8 Fatboyz Nathan.
38
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) Miss V Williams 9;
M Johnston 5; R Hughes 4; K Ryan
4; N Twiston-Davies 4, T Dascombe
4.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) B Barr 89; W
Brisbourne 86; Mrs N Evans 80;
Sarah Hollinshead 74; S France 47;
J Goldie 42.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) O Murphy 9; J Fanning 7; D
Tudhope 6; Franny Norton 6; C
Deutsch 6; C Bishop 5; T J O’Brien 5;
L Morris 4; S W Kelly 4; R Kingscote
4; A Atzeni 4; T Eaves 4.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) P Aspell 96; T Eley
74; C Hammond 49; G Mosse 45; S
Cummins 44; T Hamilton 31.
LONGEST TRAVELLER
Mon Eldorado (2.00 M)
Beggar’s Wishes (4.10 M)
Francky Du Berlais (5.10 M)
Ravenhoe (2.10 LIN)
Kelly’s Dino (8.15 KMP)
Golden Guide (8.45 KMP)
Space War (3.15 LIN)
Bosham (4.20 LIN)
Mishaal (9.15 KMP)
310miles
310miles
310miles
270miles
245miles
245miles
244miles
244miles
236miles
WIND OPERATION
KEMPTON: Champs Inblue (6.45),
Camakasi (7.45).
MARKET RASEN: Ataguiseamix
(2.30).
FAB FOR FAVS
Three favourites have won the 5.45
at Kempton in the last 10 years.
Three favourites have won the 5.20
at Lingfield in the last 10 years.
Four favourites have won the 2.00 at
Market Rasen in the last 10 years.
BEST EACH WAY
ROSS RAITH ROVER (5.45,
Kempton) makes his debut for a new
yard but is consistent at this level
and has slipped to a decent mark.
TWO TO FOLLOW
JUNGLE ROOM was a very easy
winner at Wolverhampton last night.
LAMANVER PIPPIN ran willingly
to the line at Wincanton on Monday.
It was a promising run in defeat and
he should go one better soon.
HORSES having their first runs for
new trainers.
KEMPTON: 5.45 Gorham’s Cave
(R Varian to Ali Stronge), 5.45 Ross
Raith Rover (R Eddery to L Carter),
6.15 Paco’s Prince (Martin Smith to
C Fellowes), 6.15 Poyle Charlotte (R
Beckett to M Madgwick), 8.15 Birds
Of Prey (John Oxx to P Nicholls),
8.15 Great Sound (J Gosden to R
Hughes), 9.15 Haraz (J Osborne to
P Butler).
LINGFIELD: 3.15 Chicago School
(Anthony McCann to Mrs N Evans),
3.15 Inshaa (S G West to P
McEntee), 3.15 Jungle George (S
Dixon to H Spiller), 3.15 Robert The
Painter (D Donovan to D Steele),
3.15 The Yellow Bus (D Steele to J
Farrelly), 4.20 Impart (D O’Meara to
Mrs L Mongan).
MARKET RASEN: 2.00 Mon
Eldorado (Christian Williams to P
Bowen), 2.30 Balkato Des Bois (N C
Wright to R Brisland), 3.35 Chateau
Chinon (Rebecca Menzies to S A
Harris), 4.40 Thedrinkymeister (K
Bailey to H Daly).
MAGIC COMBINATION
KEMPTON: O Murphy rides 8.15
Lawless Secret for S Crisford, previous combinations 2 wins from 2
mounts 100% strike rate at course.
L Keniry rides 8.15 Azari for A
Dunn, previous combinations 3 wins
from 9 mounts 33% strike rate at
course.
S De Sousa rides 8.15 Jacob Cats
for W Knight, previous combinations
5 wins from 15 mounts 33% strike
rate at course.
LINGFIELD: Rossa Ryan rides
5.20 Cayuga for B Johnson, previous combinations 2 wins from 3
mounts 67% strike rate at course.
Pierre-Louis Jamin rides 5.20 Attain
for Archie Watson, previous combinations 2 wins from 5 mounts 40%
strike rate at course.
D Muscutt rides 5.20 Scoones for J
Fanshawe, previous 10 wins from 30
mounts 33% strike rate.
MARKET RASEN: None.
HANDICAP BLOT
GEETANJALI (3.45, Lingfield)
won cosily at Chelmsford for which
she carries a penalty but that is
offset by the rider’s claim.
ONE TO SWERVE
LUBINKA (4.50, Lingfield) faces
her easiest task to date but Pattern
race form can be flattering.
AINTREE READY
FOR ACTION
MEETINGS are being
called off right, left and
centre with the wettest
March on record.
However, it seems that
Liverpool is immune to the
weather and the ground on the
National course is riding soft at
present.
It is slightly better on the
Mildmay track with the latest
forecast, soft with good to soft in
places.
There is some light ran due to
fall over the next 24 hours but
the first day of the Randox
Heath Grand National should
get underway tomorrow.
The forecast rain is not a
bother to Coral Welsh National
winner, Raz De Maree but the
early pace might be.
“They go off very quick and
the key thing is whether he can
® by JAMES RICHARDSON
stay in the race or not,” said his
trainer Gavin Cromwell.
“As long as he doesn’t get
detached he’ll be fine.
“He’s very slow. But the more
of a test of stamina it is the
better because he doesn’t know
how to stop.
“It comes down to each horse’s
enthusiasm, and soundness. Raz
De Maree is a very sound horse.
“He’s also relatively lightly
raced and he’s still very
enthusiastic. We are getting a
good old tune out of him.
“He’s definitely as good now as
I’ve ever had him. But I can’t put
it down to anything beyond
that.”
Two men looking forward to
Saturday’s action are Jim
Beaumont, a one-time bell-boy
in Liverpool, and financial
*%+,
The return to this trip
has been the making of
GEETANJALI (nap), who can
complete the hat-trick. She has
improved with each run and was
value for more than the official
winning margin at Chelmsford last
Friday and the penalty she carries is
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SLOW
COACH:
Raz De Maree
stays but at his
own pace
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Everything went wrong
for RATTLE ON (nb)
last week and he is worth another
chance. He was slowly away and
met trouble in running but still
finished strongly, going down by a
neck. He would have won in a
couple of strides and is a step
ahead of the handicapper as he is
due to go up 3lb in future. Sir
Jamie is just 2lb higher than when
scoring over course and distance in
January and is one for the short list
along with False Id. He was not
beaten far on his debut for Johnny
Farrelly at Wolverhampton and has
slipped to a favourable mark. The
same can be said of De Little
Engine, who is due to go up 2lb in
future after his second to the in-form
Mime Dance here last week on his
debut for new connections.
adviser Douglas Pryde, whose
Auroras Encore triumphed at
66-1 in 2013.
Now they are trying again with
Maggio, who is trained by Patrick
Griffin.
“The veterans are coming!”
Beaumont joked. “Douglas is
64, I’m 84 and the horse is about
94!”
Maggio was being aimed at
the last two Nationals but did not
make it.He won a handicap chase
on the Mildmay course at 50-1 in
2016 and finished 10th in the
Topham over the National fences
the previous year.
“Nobody is mentioning him
this time and he’s been keeping a
low profile,” added Beaumont.
“We had to send him to Down
Royal three weeks ago to get him
qualified.”
Maggio will be ridden by
Brendan Powell.
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offset by the very capable Cameron
Noble’s, pictured, claim. Should she
falter then Free Talkin can take
advantage. She is yet to score but
has acquitted herself well in her
last two starts at this venue,
performing better than her
final position suggests.
Duba Plains needs to
settle before he can be
backed with
confidence but ran his
best race to date over
track and trip when fifth
to Freebe Rocks and
does hail from an in-form
stable.
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After eight victories at
the track they will be
building a statue to Attain. The
latest was last month when he had
SMILEY BAGEL (treble) two
lengths back in third. His rival
is now 3lb better off and is
equally at home at this
venue with form figures
of 1123 on his four
visits here. There
should be little
between the pair but
Smiley Bagel may just
edge it. The step up to
this trip has seen
improvement from
Compatriot, who won a couple at
Wolverhampton but failed in his
hat-trick bid at Southwell. He may
feel more at home on this faster
surface but he is 11lb higher than his
last success and he will need to
progress again. Scoones was a tad
disappointing on his Chelmsford
return but should strip fitter. He is
stepped up to this distance for the
first time and there must be a doubt
about him staying. There is a bit of
stamina on the dam’s side but his
sire was a sprinter. James Fanshawe
knows what he is doing and perhaps
his chance will be reflected in the
market.
RACING RESULTS
YESTERDAY’S meetings at
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Southwell and Hexham
were both lost to the weather
and today’s Nottingham card
has gone the same way.
HEREFORD
1.40: 1, ROYAL SUNDAY (Kielan
Woods 7-1); 2, Aardwolf (11-4); 3,
Mick The Poser (9-4 jtfav). 9-4 jtfav
Don Herbager. 41/2l, 10l. 5 ran. A
Hales. Tote: £5.50; pl £3.20, £1.30.
Exacta: £30.00. Trifecta: £104.80.
CSF: £24.92.
2.10: 1, LLANTARA (B Poste 10-3);
2, Shroughmore Lass (11-4); 3, Sue Be
It (15-2). 5-2 fav She’s Gina. 2l, 2l. 7
ran. T Symonds. Tote: £3.20; pl £1.90,
£1.90. Exacta: £12.70. Trifecta: £47.70.
CSF: £12.40.
2.40: 1, ONE STYLE (C Deutsch
9-4 fav); 2, Viva Rafa (9-2); 3, Hill
Fort (14-1). 31/4l, 31/4l. 5 ran. Miss V
Williams. Tote: £2.90; pl £1.70, £2.80.
Exacta: £10.80. Trifecta: £68.00. CSF:
£11.43.
3.10: 1, GROUNDUNDERREPAIR
(T Greatrex 4-1); 2, Game On (3-1
fav); 3, Malapie (7-2). 6l, 33/4l. 6 ran.
W Greatrex. Tote: £3.90; pl £2.00,
£2.00. Exacta: £15.80. Trifecta: £52.20.
CSF: £15.77. NR: Cougar Kid.
3.45: 1, TOTTERDOWN (D Hiskett
4-1); 2, Pershing Missile (13-8 fav); 3,
Mr Washington (9-2). 18l, 13/4l. 8 ran.
R Phillips. Tote: £5.40; pl £1.60, £1.10,
£1.20. Exacta: £14.10. Trifecta: £57.80.
CSF: £11.30. NR: Loch Garman Aris.
4.15: 1, HUFF AND PUFF (C
Deutsch 14-1); 2, Pembroke House
(7-2); 3, Cloudy Bob (evens fav). 1/2l,
11l. 5 ran. Miss V Williams. Tote:
£7.50; pl £4.70, £1.70. Exacta: £47.70.
Trifecta: £103.60. CSF: £57.90.
4.45: 1, GEORDIE B (C Deutsch
7-2); 2, Little Rory Mac (2-1 fav); 3,
Jaunty Velocity (9-1). 1/2l, 6l. 6 ran.
Miss V Williams. Tote: £4.30; pl £2.00,
£1.20. Exacta: £11.30. Trifecta: £42.30.
CSF: £11.01.
QUADPOT: £28.10
PLACEPOT: £144.10
WOLVERHAMPTON
5.45: 1, BERKSHIRE ROYAL (J
Watson 3-1); 2, Appenzeller (11-8
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S THREE MEETINGS
K - Kempton L - Lingfield
M - Market Rasen
Akarita Lights ........... M 5.10
Amanto .......................L 5.20
Amourice ....................L 4.50
Ann Without An E ......L 4.50
Annie Mae ..................L 4.50
Any Minute Now ....... M 5.10
Ashazuri .................... K 5.45
Ataguiseamix ............ M 2.30
Attain ..........................L 5.20
Azari ........................... K 8.15
Bahamian Heights .....L 4.20
Balkato Des Bois ...... M 2.30
Ballycamp.................. M 3.35
Ballyellis .................... M 5.10
Barrsbrook ................ K 5.45
Beggar’s Wishes ...... M 4.10
Bertie Blu Boy............L 3.15
Billyoakes .................. K 9.15
Birds Of Prey ............ K 8.15
Boing ......................... K 6.45
Bombero .................... K 7.45
Bosham ......................L 4.20
Bostonian .................. K 7.45
Bounty Pursuit.......... K 7.15
Boychick.................... K 7.45
Braddan Head ........... M 2.30
Buckland Beau ......... K 5.45
Burning Bright .......... M
Buzz Lightyere .......... K
Caius College Girl .....L
Camakasi ................... K
Captain Pugwash ..... K
Caribbean Spring ......L
Castlelyons ............... K
Cayuga........................L
Champs Inblue.......... K
Chandos Belle .......... M
Chateau Chinon ........ M
Chicago School .........L
Choral Music ..............L
Clement ..................... K
Cloone Lady .............. M
Compatriot .................L
Compton Brave..........L
Connemera Queen ... K
Count Calabash ........ K
Coverham .................. K
Cyclop........................ M
Dangerous Ends ....... K
Daring Guest ............. K
Dark Side Jazz .......... K
De Little Engine .........L
Deduce....................... K
Deva Dandy ............... K
Divine Messenger ......L
Dories Delight ........... K
Dorking Boy .............. M
5.10
5.45
1.40
7.45
7.45
2.10
8.15
5.20
6.45
3.05
3.35
3.15
3.45
7.15
2.30
5.20
2.10
5.45
8.15
7.15
4.40
7.45
7.15
6.15
1.40
7.45
6.15
1.40
6.45
5.10
Dramatic Voice ..........L
Dream Catching .........L
Duba Plains ................L
Ellen Gates .................L
Ertidaad ......................L
Excelleration ..............L
Fair Power ................. K
False Id .......................L
Fennaan ..................... K
Fool To Cry ................L
Four Fifty Three ........ K
Francky Du Berlais ... M
Free Talkin .................L
Frozen Lake .............. K
Garth Rockett.............L
Geetanjali ...................L
Giovanni Medici ........ K
Golden Guide ............ K
Golden Iris..................L
Gorham’s Cave ......... K
Great Sound .............. K
Guiding Stars ............ M
Gulland Rock ............ K
Haraz .......................... K
He’s One Of R Own .. K
Heavenly Guest ........ K
Helis ........................... K
Hidden Stash .............L
Hipz .............................L
How’s Lucy ................L
3.15
2.40
3.45
3.45
2.10
2.40
8.15
1.40
6.15
5.20
8.45
5.10
3.45
7.15
3.15
3.45
8.45
8.45
2.40
5.45
8.15
5.10
7.15
9.15
6.45
6.15
5.45
3.15
3.15
1.40
Iconic Boy ................. K
Illustrissime............... K
Impart..........................L
Inlawed ...................... K
Inshaa .........................L
Itsupforgrabsnow ..... K
Iwilldoit ...................... M
Ixelles Diamond .........L
Jacob Cats ................ K
Jazzy Girl....................L
Jungle George ...........L
Kelly’s Dino ............... K
King’s Coinage ......... K
Kinglami .................... K
Krugermac................. M
Lawless Secret ......... K
Lenin .......................... K
Lip Service ................ M
Live Dangerously ..... K
Lubinka .......................L
Luv U Whatever ........ K
Maazel ........................ K
Magnificent................ K
Marquis Of Carabas . M
Master Grey............... K
Master Of Heaven ......L
Mercers ...................... K
Midnight Chill............ M
Millie May .................. K
Milly Baloo ................ M
8.45
7.45
4.20
9.15
3.15
6.15
5.10
1.40
8.15
3.45
3.15
8.15
7.45
9.15
3.05
8.15
8.45
4.40
5.45
4.50
8.15
7.15
6.15
4.10
8.45
2.10
9.15
2.30
5.45
4.40
fav); 3, Pact Of Steel (11-1). 21/2l,
21/2l. 9 ran. A Balding. Tote: £3.40; pl
£1.60, £1.10, £2.90. Ex: £9.10. Tricast:
£39.55. Trifecta: £61.40. CSF: £7.79.
6.15: 1, FERIK (C Bishop 11-8 fav);
2, Macaque (7-4); 3, Get Back Get
Back (15-2). 11/4l, 31/4l. 11 ran. Eve
J-Houghton. Tote: £2.10; pl £1.10,
£1.10, £2.20. Ex: £4.60. Trifecta:
£14.50. CSF: £4.17. NR: Flor De Seda,
Para Mio.
6.45: 1, JUNGLE ROOM (K Stott
7-4 fav); 2, Faadhel (11-4); 3, Ventura
Gold (20-1). 2l, 21/2l. 11 ran. K Ryan.
Tote: £3.20; pl £1.40, £1.40, £3.80. Ex:
£10.30. Tricast: £70.62. Trifecta:
£66.80. CSF: £6.07. NR: Dance Me.
7.15: 1, SCRAFTON (A Beech
11-1); 2, Cry Wolf (9-2); 3, Majrooh
Minella Scamp .......... M
Mishaal ...................... K
Mon Eldorado ........... M
Monbeg Charmer ...... M
Mont Des Avaloirs .... M
Mossgo .......................L
Mr Snoozy ................. M
Muhajjal ..................... K
Myplaceatmidnight ... M
New Orleans...............L
New Rich ................... K
Nordic Passage ........ K
One Flew Over .......... K
Ortenzia ..................... K
Paco Filly....................L
Paco’s Prince ............ K
Paddy A ..................... K
Pak Choi .................... K
Parisian...................... K
Passionate Love ....... K
Perfect Hustler .......... K
Perfect Pastime .........L
Piazon .........................L
Pilot Wings ................ K
Place Des Vosges......L
Porto Ferro ................ K
Potters Hedger.......... M
Powerful Dream .........L
Poyle Charlotte ......... K
Quest For Life ........... M
4.10
9.15
2.00
4.10
2.00
4.20
3.05
7.15
5.10
2.40
9.15
6.45
6.45
7.45
2.10
6.15
7.45
6.15
8.45
6.45
6.45
3.15
4.20
6.15
4.50
9.15
3.05
4.20
6.15
2.30
(7-4 fav). shd, 3l. 10 ran. A Carroll.
Tote: £18.90; pl £3.40, £2.30, £1.10.
Exacta: £118.90. Tricast: £131.44.
Trifecta: £401.00. CSF: £59.96.
7.45: 1, SKY GYPSY (J Watson 3-1
fav); 2, David’s Beauty (11-1); 3, Nag’s
Wag (18-1). 23/4l, 3/4l. 11 ran. D
Brown. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.60, £3.90,
£4.50. Exacta: £42.30. Tricast: £519.89.
Trifecta: £436.80. CSF: £36.88.
8.15: 1, COUNT OCTAVE (O
Murphy 1-2 fav); 2, Saroog (3-1); 3,
Wemyss Point (80-1). nk, 11l. 9 ran. A
Balding. Tote: £1.30; pl £1.02, £1.10,
£32.70. Exacta: £3.40. Trifecta: £92.20.
CSF: £2.36. NR: Kyoto Star.
JACKPOT: £10,000.00, with
£4,297.49 carried over.
QUADPOT: £5.60 PLACEPOT: £6.20
Quick Monet ...............L
Rattle On ....................L
Ravenhoe ...................L
Reckless Behavior ... M
Red Devil Star ........... M
Red Invader ............... K
Red Sniper .................L
Regicide..................... K
Remind Me Later ...... M
Robert The Painter ....L
Rock Icon .................. K
Ross Raith Rover ..... K
Roundabout Magic ....L
Roxyfet ...................... M
Run For Eva .............. M
Run With Pride.......... K
Russborough ............ M
Sandfrankskipsgo .....L
Say About It .............. K
Scimitar ..................... K
Scoones......................L
Screaming Gemini .... K
Secret Asset...............L
Settle Petal ................ K
Shockingtimes .......... M
Silver Mountain..........L
Sir Jamie ....................L
Smiley Bagel ..............L
Snow Mobile ..............L
Sod’s Law.................. K
2.10
1.40
2.10
3.05
3.35
9.15
1.40
8.15
4.10
3.15
7.15
5.45
4.20
3.35
2.00
9.15
4.40
4.20
8.45
6.45
5.20
7.15
4.20
5.45
4.40
5.20
1.40
5.20
4.50
6.15
Sounds Approving ... K 6.45
Space War ..................L 3.15
Square Viviani........... M 4.40
Squire ........................ K 5.45
St James’s Park .........L 2.10
Storm Again .............. K 8.45
Stuccodor ...................L 5.20
Sula Island ................ K 7.45
Sunday Best.............. K 8.45
The Bottom Bar ........ M 2.30
The Bunnyman ......... M 5.10
The Groove ............... K 5.45
The King Of May ....... M 2.00
The King’s Steed ...... K 5.45
The Yellow Bus ..........L 3.15
Thedrinkymeister...... M 4.40
Tiger Twenty Two ..... M 3.05
Toormakeady .............L 4.50
Touch The Clouds .....L 2.10
Towering.................... M 3.05
Unblinking ................. M 3.05
Vallarta....................... K 9.15
Viola Park ...................L 3.15
Whitecrest ................. K 9.15
Windshear ................. M 2.30
With Approval ............L 1.40
Zen Master ................ M 3.05
Zipedeedodah ............L 4.20
¬ No horses to note today
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, April 11, 2018
KEMPTON
LINGFELD
PATRICK WEAVER
Ashazuri
Magnificent
Perfect Hustler
Clement
Camakasi
Kelly’s Dino
Giovanni Medici
Billyoakes
7.45
STAR TIP
5.45
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
8.15
8.45
9.15
Settle Petal
Sod’s Law
Perfect Hustler
Frozen Lake (nb)
Illustrissime
Count Calabash
Sunday Best
Mercers
GOING: STANDARD
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
5.45
32RED ON THE APP STORE HANDICAP
Class 6
1m (14 runners)
£3,105
BUCKLAND BEAU (50)(C2,A)(P) C Fellowes 7 9 8.....A Beech (7) „99
THE GROOVE (176)(D,G)(T) F O’Brien 5 9 8 .......K Shoemark 90
HELIS (46)(D,A) M Scudamore 5 9 8 ........................L Keniry 89
ROSS RAITH ROVER (70)(D,A,G) L Carter 5 9 7 ......K Fox 89
SQUIRE (30)(D2,A,G)(T) M Attwater 7 9 7..............R Havlin 94
ASHAZURI (175)(D,G)(H) J Portman 4 9 6 ..Adam J McNamara (3) 90
BARRSBROOK (21) G L Moore 4 9 5 ....................H Crouch 93
CONNEMERA QUEEN (51)(G) J Butler 5 9 4 ..... T Queally 90
GORHAM’S CAVE (168)(H*) Ali Stronge 4 9 4..T Marquand 92
BUZZ LIGHTYERE (183)(D3,G) P Hide 5 9 4 .........A Kirby 87
SETTLE PETAL (19) P Phelan 4 9 3...............P Bradley (5) 93
THE KING’S STEED (2)(BF,D2,A,S)(B,T) S Lycett 5 8 9
S De Sousa 98
13 (9) 50-0 LIVE DANGEROUSLY (7)(D2,G,S)(P) J Bridger 8 8 8 ......K O’Neill 87
14 (8) 000- MILLIE MAY (247) J Fox 4 8 7 ......................... Hollie Doyle 86
LONG HANDICAP: Millie May 8-1.
Star Betting: — 4 The King’s Steed, 9-2 Squire, 8 Ashazuri,
Connemara Queen, 9 Settle Petal, 10 Ross Raith Rover, 12 others.
2017: Ebbisham 4 9 6, Pat Cosgrave 11-2 (J Boyle), drawn (10), 13 ran.
STARFORM: SQUIRE DANGER: Settle Petal
1 (4)
2 (3)
3 (12)
4 (6)
5 (2)
6 (1)
7 (13)
8 (11)
9 (5)
10(14)
11(10)
12 (7)
5206
235L-L0
-446
L302
3044-L5
0-00
5531L56-52
1130
6.15
NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES (DIV 1)
Class 6
3YO 7f
(11 runners) £3,234
1 (8) 51- FENNAAN (200)(D,G)(H,T) J Gosden 9 9 ..............R Havlin 95
2 (7) -521 PAK CHOI (19)(CD,A) A Balding 9 9 .................... O Murphy 89
3 (4) 00- DARK SIDE JAZZ (168) J Ryan 9 2..................S De Sousa 88
4 (10)
DEVA DANDY C Cox 9 2 .............................................A Kirby 80
5 (9) 40- HEAVENLY GUEST (166) G Margarson 9 2 ....... T Queally 80
6 (6) 422- MAGNIFICENT (200) R Hannon 9 2 .................T Marquand „99
7 (5)
0- PACO’S PRINCE (289) C Fellowes 9 2 ..............S Donohoe 79
8 (11)
PILOT WINGS R Charlton 9 2 ............................K Shoemark 86
9 (1)
2- SOD’S LAW (119) H Morrison 9 2 ...................C Bennett (3) 92
10 (3)
0 ITSUPFORGRABSNOW (29) I Furtado 8 11........... T Eaves 76
11 (2)
5- POYLE CHARLOTTE (198) M Madgwick 8 11 .......L Keniry 88
Star Betting: — 11-4 Fennaan, 3 Magnificent, 4 Pak Choi, Sod’s Law,
12 Pilot Wings, 16 Deva Dandy, 22 Poyle Charlotte, 33 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: PAK CHOI DANGER: Sod’s Law
MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES (DIV 2)
6.45 NOVICE
Class 6 3YO 7f
(10 runners) £3,234
1 (2) 021- PERFECT HUSTLER (169)(C,A) J Noseda 9 9 ....J F Egan „99
2 (3)
BOING R Hannon 9 2 .......................................... Hollie Doyle 80
3 (7) 60- CHAMPS INBLUE (266) P Phelan 9 2 ...........P Bradley (5) 75
4 (8)
DORIES DELIGHT S Kirk 9 2 .......................... M Godwin (3) 73
5 (4)
HE’S ONE OF R OWN J Tuite 9 2 .......................E Greatrex 73
6 (9)
NORDIC PASSAGE J Gosden 9 2 ............................R Havlin 89
7 (1)
ONE FLEW OVER I Williams 9 2 ..........................G Downing 69
8 (5)
SCIMITAR R Hannon 9 2 .....................................T Marquand 80
9 (6)
05 SOUNDS APPROVING (18) C Cox 9 2.....................A Kirby 90
10(10)
PASSIONATE LOVE R Charlton 8 11................. DOUBTFUL 85
Star Betting: — 6-4 Nordic Passage, 11-4 Perfect Hustler, 6 Scimitar,
8 Sounds Approving, 9 Boing, 20 He’s One Of R Own, 25 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: PERFECT HUSTLER DANGER: Nordic Passage
7.15
HANDICAP
Class 5
7f
(10 runners)
£3,752
BOUNTY PURSUIT (110)(CD,D,A) M Blake 6 9 6....M Godwin (3) „99
MUHAJJAL (28)(BF,D,A)(T) G Peckham 4 9 6...... Rossa Ryan (5) 94
DARING GUEST (44)(CD,D,A,G) G Margarson 4 9 5.....Jane Elliott (5) 91
GULLAND ROCK (21)(CD2,D2,A,G) A Carson 7 9 4 ...... W Carson 96
MAAZEL (27)(G)(P) Miss J Feilden 4 9 4.... Shelley Birkett (3) 93
ROCK ICON (23)(A,G,S) J Hughes 5 9 3 .................J Quinn 90
SCREAMING GEMINI (233)(B) R Varian 4 9 3 ....David Egan (3) 93
FROZEN LAKE (7)(CD,D,A,G)(P) J G O’Shea 6 9 3
Ben Robinson (5) 96
9 (9) 0601 CLEMENT (7)(CD,D7,A,G)(V) J G O’Shea 8 9 3(6ex) . R Havlin 97
10 (3) 3-41 COVERHAM (19)(CD,A)(P) J Eustace 4 9 2 ...........L Morris 94
Star Betting: — 4 Coverham, 9-2 Clement, 11-2 Frozen Lake, 6 Daring
Guest, 8 Muhajjal, 10 Screaming Gemini, 12 Maazel, 16 others.
2017: Papou Tony 4 9 5, L Keniry 5-1 (G Baker), drawn (8), 9 ran.
STARFORM: COVERHAM DANGER: Clement
1 (1)
2 (8)
3 (10)
4 (4)
5 (2)
6 (5)
7 (6)
8 (7)
1051-20
0-04
06-0
0634
1200
2LL1223
32RED CASINO HANDICAP
Class 5
1m 3f (12 runners)
8.15
32RED HANDICAP
Class 3
1m 3f (11 runners)
Mont Des Avaloirs
The Bottom Bar
Chandos Belle
Roxyfet
Monbeg Charmer
Shockingtimes
Akarita Lights
HANDICAP
9.15 32RED.COM
Class 6 6f
(12 runners)
£3,105
1 (12) -0L1 MISHAAL (7)(CD,D2,A,G) M Herrington 8 10 0(6ex)
Rossa Ryan (5) „99
2 (6) 603- WHITECREST (169)(D3,A,G,S) J Spearing 10 9 8
Jane Elliott (5) 91
3 (10) 6-50 INLAWED (28)(CD2,A)(B*) Ed Walker 4 9 8 ..R Kingscote 95
4 (1) 5241 BILLYOAKES (11)(D4,A,S)(P) C Wallis 6 9 7..... W Carson 97
5 (3) 3544 RUN WITH PRIDE (15)(CD,D,A,S) D Shaw 8 9 5 ... P Mathers 97
6 (4) 0536 KINGLAMI (19)(C,D5,A,G,S)(P) J G O’Shea 9 9 5 ......L Morris 90
7 (9) 0-01 RED INVADER (19)(A,G,S)(P) J Butler 8 9 4 .........L Keniry 93
8 (2) 000- VALLARTA (142)(D5,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 8 9 4 ..B McHugh 90
9 (7) 4412 HARAZ (18)(D,A)(B,H) P Butler 5 9 3............... C Shepherd 95
10 (5) 3255 PORTO FERRO (5)(D,A) J Bridger 4 9 1 ................K O’Neill 88
11 (8) 1523 NEW RICH (21)(CD5,D2,A)(V) Eve J-Houghton 8 8 13
E Greatrex 96
12(11) 1560 MERCERS (23)(CD,A)(P) P Butler 4 8 13....... J Watson (7) 91
Star Betting: — 7-2 Billyoakes, 6 Red Invader, New Rich, 8 Inlawed,
Mishaal, 9 Haraz, 11 Whitecrest, 12 Porto Ferro, 16 Kinglami, Run With
Pride, 25 Mercers, Vallarta.
2017: Go Amber Go 5 8 13, L Stanford 13-2 (B Millman), dw (5), 12 ran.
STARFORM: NEW RICH DANGER: Billyoakes
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 „.
GOING: SOFT
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
Mont Des Avaloirs
Quest For Life
Towering
Red Devil Star
Remind Me Later
Russborough
Myplaceatmidnight
NOVICES’ HURDLE
2.00 SMARKETS
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m 1f (4 run)
£4,549
1 F134 MONT DES AVALOIRS (46)(BF,D,G,S)(H) P Nicholls 5 11 6........H Cobden „99
2 1130 THE KING OF MAY (28)(S) B Ellison 4 11 6 ............. H Brooke 88
3 -630 MON ELDORADO (98)(T*) P Bowen 6 11 0................ S Bowen 89
4 L-5P RUN FOR EVA (13)(H) Laura Morgan 5 10 7 .......P Cowley (5) 67
Star Betting: — 2-9 Mont Des Avaloirs, 7-2 The King Of May, 18 Mon
Eldorado, 80 Run For Eva.
2017: Dreamcatching 4 10 13, S Sheppard(5) 4-6 Fav (P Nicholls), 6 ran.
STARFORM: MONT DES AVALOIRS DANGER: The King Of May
3.35
SMARKETS HANDICAP CHASE
Class 4 (12 fences)
2m 1f (4 run) £6,498
1 3263 RED DEVIL STAR (81)(D,S)(T) Miss S Smith 8 11 12..J Sherwood (3) 90
2 22-L BALLYCAMP (74) C Pogson 9 11 10........................... A Pogson 90
3 1553 ROXYFET (13)(CD,D2,S) M Hammond 8 10 13 .. F O’Toole (3) „99
4 00-5 CHATEAU CHINON (140) S A Harris 6 10 13 ...........J Quinlan 83
Star Betting: — 6-4 Red Devil Star, 2 Roxyfet, 11-4 Ballycamp, 12 Chateau Chinon.
2017: Contre Tous 5 12 7, S Bowen 10-11 Fav (P Nicholls), 4 ran.
STARFORM: ROXYFET DANGER: Red Devil Star
4.10
CHASE (NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP)
Class 3 (14 fences)
2m 5f (5 run) £9,747
1
2
3
4
5
413P MONBEG CHARMER (46)(G)(H,T) C Longsdon 7 11 8...... Jonathan Burke 85
L32L MARQUIS OF CARABAS (159)(G) David Dennis 8 11 3 ..... A Coleman 89
1542 BEGGAR’S WISHES (33)(G,S)(B,T) P Bowen 7 11 2 .....S Bowen „99
2513 REMIND ME LATER (137)(G) G L Moore 9 10 12 ..Joshua Moore 94
-224 MINELLA SCAMP (14)(T) F O’Brien 9 10 5 ............. P Brennan 95
Star Betting: — 5-2 Remind Me Later, Beggar’s Wishes, 4 Monbeg
Charmer, 9-2 Minella Scamp, 13-2 Marquis Of Carabas.
2017: A Little Magic 6 11 0, A Coleman 5-2 (Jonjo O’Neill), 3 ran.
STARFORM: BEGGAR’S WISHES DANGER: Monbeg Charmer
MAIDEN HURDLE
COORS HANDICAP CHASE
2.30 SMARKETS
Class 5 (10 flights) 2m 5f (8 run) £3,249
4.40 MOLSON
Class 4 (17 fences) 3m (7 runners) £6,498
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2-P ATAGUISEAMIX (124)(H,T*) P Nicholls 5 11 0 .....A P Heskin 95
5/F- BALKATO DES BOIS (424) R Brisland 7 11 0 ..........J Quinlan 64
0# BRADDAN HEAD (49) C Longsdon 5 11 0..... Jonathan Burke 88
402P MIDNIGHT CHILL (32) J Snowden 6 11 0............... G Sheehan 98
2032 QUEST FOR LIFE (22) M Walford 6 11 0 ................ J Hamilton „99
6-22 THE BOTTOM BAR (111) N Henderson 6 11 0 ........... D Jacob 98
3P00 WINDSHEAR (91)(T) Mrs S Leech 7 11 0 ..... Brodie Hampson (5) 92
F214 CLOONE LADY (18) K Bailey 6 10 7 ................................D Bass 97
Star Betting: — 11-8 The Bottom Bar, 10-3 Quest For Life, 9-2
Ataguiseamix, 5 Midnight Chill, 10 Cloone Lady, 16 others.
2017: Cake de L’Isle 5 11 0, A Coleman 7-1 (Jonjo O’Neill), 6 ran.
STARFORM: THE BOTTOM BAR DANGER: Cloone Lady
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
L-45 LIP SERVICE (33)(BF,G)(H,T) F O’Brien 9 12 0 ..... P Brennan 92
1L4P CYCLOP (31)(C,D,S)(P,T) David Dennis 7 11 12 ...... H Teal (7) 87
R2U1 SHOCKINGTIMES (21)(D,S)(B,T) J Snowden 11 11 11 ..... T J O’Brien „99
F220 THEDRINKYMEISTER (34)(D,S)(P) H Daly 9 11 11.....R Johnson 98
-2L4 RUSSBOROUGH (25)(G)(P) Miss V Williams 9 11 8 .....C Deutsch 93
2R24 MILLY BALOO (11)(S) T Easterby 7 11 5 ....................... D Cook 94
P4L3 SQUARE VIVIANI (22)(G,S)(P*) M Hammond 7 11 3..... F O’Toole (3) 93
Star Betting: — 13-8 Shockingtimes, 7-2 Lip Service, 6 Russborough,
8 Milly Baloo, Cyclop, 9 Thedrinkymeister, 14 Square Viviani.
2017: Ganbei 11 11 8, H Bannister(3) 11-4 (M W Easterby), 4 ran.
STARFORM: SHOCKINGTIMES DANGER: Russborough
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
HANDICAP HURDLE
5.10 STANDARD
Class 5 2m 1f
(10 runners) £2,274
3.05 SMARKETS
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 5f (9 run) £4,874
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-146 MR SNOOZY (F63)(CD,C,G,S)(P) M Walford 9 11 12 ..... H Brooke 89
L652 ZEN MASTER (16)(C,G)(H) C Mann 6 11 10 .......... G Sheehan 97
00-6 KRUGERMAC (35)(BF,S) G L Moore 7 11 7 ....... Jamie Moore 91
2246 RECKLESS BEHAVIOR (65)(BF) Mrs C Bailey 6 11 6 ..... S Bowen 88
561L TOWERING (31)(CD,D,G,S)(B) C Dore 9 11 5 ........ P Brennan 93
4031 CHANDOS BELLE (28)(D,S)(T) Stuart Edmunds 5 11 5 ......C Gethings „99
4420 POTTERS HEDGER (75)(P*) Mrs L Wadham 6 11 4 .... A Coleman 94
306- UNBLINKING (F21) N Twiston-Davies 5 11 2... Mr J Nailor (7) 90
566- TIGER TWENTY TWO (496) B Rothwell 7 10 6 ..... J Hamilton 76
Star Betting: — 5-2 Chandos Belle, 7-2 Zen Master, 11-2 Krugermac,
6 Reckless Behavior, 8 Mr Snoozy, 9 Unblinking, 14 others.
2017: Sigurd 5 12 0, A Coleman 7-1 (Jonjo O’Neill), 8 ran.
STARFORM: ZEN MASTER DANGER: Mr Snoozy
1-4# MYPLACEATMIDNIGHT (161)(BF,CD,G) N King 6 11 7 ...... T Whelan „99
BALLYELLIS N Twiston-Davies 5 11 0 ......... S Twiston-Davies 91
BURNING BRIGHT(H*) B Case 5 11 0......................... D Jacob 67
30# FRANCKY DU BERLAIS (162)(T*) P Bowen 5 11 0..J Bowen (3) 95
0-20 GUIDING STARS (28)(H*) H Whittington 5 11 0..... G Sheehan 98
5# IWILLDOIT (55) Sam Thomas 5 11 0 ......................... C Deutsch 98
2# AKARITA LIGHTS (39) J J Quinn 4 10 8 .................... C R King 94
ANY MINUTE NOW C Longsdon 4 10 8 ......... Jonathan Burke 80
DORKING BOY(T*) Tom Lacey 4 10 8 ......................R Johnson 95
THE BUNNYMAN Emma Lavelle 4 10 8 ................P Cowley (5) 87
Star Betting: — 3 Akarita Lights, 4 Dorking Boy, 5 Myplaceatmidnight,
7 Ballyellis, 8 The Bunnyman, Any Minute Now, 12 others.
2017: Who’s My Jockey 4 10 8, R Johnson 13-8 Fav (P Hobbs), 9 ran.
STARFORM: AKARITA LIGHTS DANGER: Guiding Stars
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
STAR TIP
1.40
2.10
2.40
3.15
3.45
4.20
4.50
5.20
Divine Messenger
Touch The Clouds
Excelleration
Viola Park
Geetanjali (nap)
Sandfrankskipsgo
Lubinka
Smiley Bagel
ALL THE
Aces
STARFORM: 1.40 Rattle On (nb), 3.45 Geetanjali (nap), 5.20
Smiley Bagel (treble)
CLOCKFORM: 4.20 Roundabout Magic 2pts win
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1.40
HANDICAP (DIV 1)
Class 6
1m
(10 runners)
£3,105
1 (2) 505- WITH APPROVAL (102)(CD,C,D,A,G) Mrs L Mongan 6 9 7 .G Downing 87
2 (8) 404- DIVINE MESSENGER (144) Emma Owen 4 9 4 ...J F Egan 88
3 (6) 6642 DE LITTLE ENGINE (7) A Dunn 4 9 3.....................L Keniry 92
4 (4) -400 HOW’S LUCY (7)(B*) J Chapple-Hyam 4 9 2 .......... D Brock 87
5 (1) 0642 RATTLE ON (7)(CD,A)(P) J Boyle 5 9 2........C Bennett (3) „99
6 (7) 5-05 IXELLES DIAMOND (51)(CD,A,G,S)(V*) L Carter 7 9 0 .....K Fox 87
7 (5) 1000 SIR JAMIE (14)(CD,A)(B) A Carroll 5 8 13 .......... D Probert 96
8 (3) 0-L5 FALSE ID (14)(BF,A,G)(T) J Farrelly 5 8 12 ..........M Harley 90
9 (10) 00/6 RED SNIPER (11) R Brisland 4 8 12 ..................T Marquand 94
10 (9) 6L60 CAIUS COLLEGE GIRL (7)(S)(H) A Wintle 6 8 12 . Finley Marsh (5) 88
LONG HANDICAP: Red Sniper 8-11, Caius College Girl 8-11.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Rattle On, 3 False Id, 5 De Little Engine, 8 Ixelles
Diamond, 10 Red Sniper, With Approval, 12 others.
STARFORM: RATTLE ON DANGER: Sir Jamie
HANDICAP
8.45 RACINGUK.COM
Class 6 3YO 1m 3f (10 runners) £3,105
2.10
1 (8) -643 SAY ABOUT IT (84) J S Moore 9 7 ...................... W Cox (5) 77
2 (4) 560- MASTER GREY (260) B Millman 9 7 .................... O Murphy 89
3 (1) 0-05 ICONIC BOY (19)(BF) D Elsworth 9 6 ........ David Egan (3) 98
4 (6) 00-0 PARISIAN (21)(B*) R Beckett 9 5 ........................L Steward „99
5 (10) -342 FOUR FIFTY THREE (23)(A) M Tompkins 9 5 . S De Sousa 97
6 (5) 0-00 STORM AGAIN (35) P Hide 9 5 ........................S Woods (7) 80
7 (3) 000- GIOVANNI MEDICI (168) S Durack 9 5............... S W Kelly 86
8 (9) 05-4 GOLDEN GUIDE (21) K Burke 9 3 ...................... Ben Curtis 90
9 (2) 6-65 LENIN (8) J S Moore 9 3 ............................................L Keniry 79
10 (7) 0L0- SUNDAY BEST (218) J Portman 9 2 .....................R Hornby 81
Star Betting: — 9-4 Four Fifty Three, 11-2 Iconic Boy, 6 Parisian,
Master Grey, 7 Golden Guide, 8 Say About It, 12 Lenin, 16 others.
2017: Arab Moon 9 8, A Kirby 7-2 (W Knight), drawn (4), 8 ran.
STARFORM: FOUR FIFTY THREE DANGER: Iconic Boy
STAR TIP
2.00
2.30
3.05
3.35
4.10
4.40
5.10
Rattle On (nap)
Paco Filly
New Orleans
Viola Park
Free Talkin
Bosham (treble)
Lubinka
Attain (nb)
£9,338
1 (4) 011- CASTLELYONS (130)(C,A,G)(H) Robert Stephens 6 9 8
R Kingscote 93
2 (10) 211- BIRDS OF PREY (217)(S) P Nicholls 4 9 7
Megan Nicholls (5) „99
3 (2) 165- GREAT SOUND (166)(S) R Hughes 4 9 7............ S W Kelly 87
4 (7) 5-15 REGICIDE (26)(BF,A) J Fanshawe 5 9 6 .............D Muscutt 88
5 (8) 36-0 JACOB CATS (11)(CD2,C,D,A,G,S)(V) W Knight 9 9 5
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11 (5) 6503 INSHAA (10)(H*,T) P McEntee 6 8 7 ....................... D Brock 87
12(13) 000- JUNGLE GEORGE (149)(P) H Spiller 4 8 7 .............J Quinn 84
13 (8) LL06 DRAMATIC VOICE (19)(H) K C-Brown 5 8 7 ........K O’Neill 85
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(6) 6-54 FREE TALKIN (47) M Attwater 9 0 ................................K Fox 77
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GROUP HANDICAP
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BAHAMIAN HEIGHTS (9)(D,A,G) P McEntee 7 9 7 .... D Brock 85
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ZIPEDEEDODAH (20)(CD2,D5,A,G)(T,V*) J Tuite 6 9 1
Pierre-Louis Jamin (7) 82
8 (3) -052 SANDFRANKSKIPSGO (19)(CD2,D6,A,G)(T)
P Crate 9 8 10 S W Kelly 83
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4
5
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7
(7) 22-3 AMOURICE (13)(H) J Chapple-Hyam 8 12 . Josephine Gordon 83
(4)
50 ANNIE MAE (21) A Balding 8 12.............................R Hornby 63
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If old trafford is so full and
a waiting list for tickets?
Why sell tickets for £15 to
18-25 year olds. Mind you, it’s
much better than giving them
away free to students to fill
your ground. Redblaggers!
Hahaha. Anon
i was at anfield for our
game against lpool i have
never seen support like that in
my 30 years supporting man
city. anfield is the scaryist
ground in europe when it is
like that but a great place to
be. blue manc
ha ha ha well done
wolves. a cdnt stop
laughing saddo warnock goin
on about manners. wolves
manager every right to
celebrate how e chooses you
numpty. a bet that guy dunt get
dragged in front of fa every few
months for hounding officials
on touchline an fines an bans
grow up you soft sod. watcher
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so sweeney todd basildon
wants a 12 club premier
leage without newcastle
everton and west ham
because in his tiney mind they
r rubbish and a wast of space
well the top 6 is easey 2 pick
well we would like 2 no the
other 6 clubs u think r bigger
and more famous then the 3
u insult u plonka. tango
Oh dear so ashley young
lies in the penalty area
and handles the ball (NO
PENALTY GIVEN) then later
on commits a 2 (TWO
FOOTED OUT OF CONTROL
LUNGE ON AGUERO –
WHICH COULD HAVE
BROKE BOTH HIS LEGS)
again NO PENALTY OR RED
CARD. LEE THE MANC BLUE
We showed city we
are the top dogs in
Manchester all we have to do
now is win all our games and
the prem is ours again, ITS
OUR YEAR. Paul cook mufc
the 2 reasons city lost
were 1) ref martin
atkinson (who was so biased
in utds favour he should hav
wore a red shirt & 2) that
CLOWN sterling! WHUFC
UNDER5s
City totally dominated
they av 3 shots on goal
and score 3 which is the
game, they conned the ref so
many times it was laughable,
I av never seen 13 stone men
fall down from a gust of air it
was embarrassing, utd dident
sellout there allocation there
were around 250 empty seats
in the away end. ???? big club
my a##e. Andy stez ctid
you want proof of why no
English referees in
Russia for the World Cup
you’ve just got to look at
akinsons performance in the
Derby. he totally bottled it
young shod of conceded two
pens and at least a red card
think the moanrinho factor
took over as Atkinson prob
didn’t want the flack of him.
OGGY FEED THE GOAT
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A
Who scored the only
goal for Man United in
their 2017-18 Premier League
home win over Bournemouth?
Which Briton finished
third in the opening
race of the 2018 BRDC British
Formula 3 Championship?
For which Super
League club did
Castleford Tigers prop Matt
Cook play from 2003-09?
Which West German
golfer won the 1985
Masters tournament?
Who was WBO
light-middleweight
champion from AugustDecember, 2017?
B
C
D
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ANSWERS: Page 44
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DISASTER
DAY!
A shocker for
Pozzi ’n Co
®
from IAN GORDON
on the Gold Coast
ENGLAND’S hopes
of further glory at
the Commonwealth
Games were washed
away on a Terrible
Tuesday in Australia.
Andrew Pozzi, in the 110m
hurdles, and hammer thrower
Sophie Hitchon both flopped
as the rain lashed down on the
Carrara Stadium.
Another medal opportunity
went begging when two-time
defending champion Tom
Daley pulled out of the 10m
platform diving, but he will
take part in the synchro event.
England’s No.1 bowls player
Robert Paxton crashed to
defeat against Reggae Roller
Andrew Newell, the Claphamborn Jamaican who had lost
all six of his previous games.
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PAIN GAME:
Pozzi flops and it’s
agony for Lowther (left)
and Hitchon (right)
Fuming
Beach volleyballers Victoria
Palmer and Jessica Grimson
were humbled 2-1 by a pair
from the South Pacific island
group of Vanuatu.
To cap a shocking day,
cyclist Melissa Lowther was
excluded from the time trial
due to an unticked box on
her entry form, leaving her
and British Cycling fuming.
She said: “I can’t put into
words how disappointed I am
to have been missed off the list
due to an admin error.
“While Team England have
apologised I’m still gutted not
to have the opportunity to
represent my country after all
the hard miles I’ve put in.”
World indoor champion
Pozzi qualified fastest for the
final but could only manage to
finish sixth, admitting that his
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mistakes,
while
Olympic
bronze medallist Hitchon
didn’t even register a throw.
Pozzi’s room-mate Adam
Gemili, who pulled out of
Monday’s 100m final with a
thigh injury, said that the
scheduling of the Games was
not an excuse.
“Andy’s gutted,” he said. “It’s
not a very successful room
for us.
“We all knew the Games were
going to be in April and had
plenty of time to prepare for
Brits Uzbek Denny rules
in business out appeal
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GREAT BRITAIN face a home
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Davis Cup World Group
play-offs in September.
Britain must win to
continue their five-year stay
at the elite level after losing
their first-round clash with
Spain in February. Denis
Istomin, at 83, is the only
Uzbek ranked in the top 300.
ENGLAND’S Denny
Solomona will serve
a four-week ban imposed for
a homophobic slur, after Sale
Sharks opted against
launching an appeal.
The winger, 24, was last
week found guilty of
directing the comments at
Worcester Warriors fly-half
Jamie Shillcock.
that. It shouldn’t be an
excuse for anyone.
“It’s just unfortunate
circumstances and a bit of
bad luck. It’s sport, that’s
what sport does. It’s so
unpredictable.
“If you knew who was
going to win every time then
people would stop watching.
It shows it’s competitive.”
England’s squad of 600,
including around 200 support staff, is the biggest
and most expensive sent to
an overseas Games.
JOY: Luke McCormack
We’re
twin it
to win
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ENGLAND’S boxing
twins Pat and Luke
McCormack both
guaranteed themselves
medals yesterday.
Luke silenced the
home crowd to win a
thrilling light-welterweight quarter-final with
Australian Liam Wilson.
Pat (inset) followed
suit when he defeated
welterweight Musa
Bwogi, of Uganda.
The 22-year-olds from
Tyne and Wear fight
again in their semi-finals
on Friday.
Pat said: “I’ve got
plenty more to give.
“I watched Luke on the
television and I loved
his showboating.
“I think he gave the
crowd something to
enjoy even though he
beat the Aussie.”
Luke said:
“It’s a
bronze
medal but
I’m not
even
bothered
about
bronze, I
want the
gold
– nothing less.”
Preston flyweight Lisa
Whiteside, 33, will box
for a medal this morning
against India’s Pinki
Rani, with a spot in the
semi-finals up for grabs.
But two years ago she
was lying in a hospital
bed wondering if she
would ever fight again.
Whiteside said: “I
fractured my skull when
I fell backwards off a
wall, and I also tore my
ear canal which messed
my balance up.
“I’m very lucky that I
didn’t suffer anything
more serious.
“I’m still a bit deaf in
my left ear, I had
problems with my
balance for a long time.
“Doctors were unsure
if I could box again but I
proved them all wrong.”
Surrey are right
on the Morne
®ÊCRICKET
SURREY have signed South Africa
fast bowler Morne Morkel (left) on a
two-year contract.
Morkel, 33, quit South Africa after
their recent 3-1 series win over
Australia having played 86 Tests and
117 one-day internationals.
“It is a real honour that Surrey have
asked me to join their club after my
retirement from international cricket,”
he said.
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From Back Page
Baggies boss at the time. It
is believed no other players
or officials heard the words
exchanged between the
players in the second half
of West Brom’s 2-0 win.
Rodriguez faces a
minimum five-match ban
if found guilty of using
racist words by a threestrong panel appointed by
the FA to rule on the case.
He was charged in
February after the FA
collected statements from
Rodriguez, Bong, referee
Martin Atkinson and
other players involved
in the match. Albion
and Rodriguez were
shocked by the
charge because of
the lack of
supporting
evidence for Bong’s
claim, which will be
decided on the balance
of probability.
Rodriguez said on
Twitter at the time of the
charge: “Absolutely gutted
and in disbelief at the
situation I find myself in.
“I 100% deny the false
allegation and will take the
correct legal advice to
prove my innocence.”
An FA statement read: “It
is alleged he used abusive
and/or insulting words
which included a reference
to ethnic origin and/or
colour and/or race.”
Bong tweeted: “Rodriguez
words are unforgivable for
the man I am!!”
Elneny red rubbed out
after Arsenal appeal
ARSENAL midfielder Mohamed Elneny has
won his red card appeal and will not serve a
three-match ban.
Elneny was sent off during Sunday’s 3-2 win over Southampton for shoving defender Cedric Soares.
But an Independent Regulatory Commission overturned the decision yesterday and he is free to face Newcastle, West Ham and Manchester United.
There was more good news
for the Gunners yesterday ■ by PAUL BROWN
with top prospect Reiss
Nelson saying he is ready to tion should be scared
sign a new contract.
by the fire-power we
Nelson, 18, who has been have got.”
watched by Real Madrid and
Aubameyang, meanParis St-Germain, made his while, leapt to the
15th appearance and first defence of the Arsenal
league start for Arsenal at boss yesterday, claimthe Emirates on Sunday.
ing some of the critiWith fellow youngsters cism Wenger gets is
Chris Willock and Kaylen unfair.
Hinds leaving the club last
Gunners
fans
year there were fears Nelson, have voted with
who is entering the final year their feet recently
of his current deal, could by staying away
follow suit.
from matches, and
many want Wenger
Happy
to quit.
But despite contract talks
But asked whethstalling over Christmas, Nel- er Wenger deserves
son, who has been with the to be criticised,
club since aged nine, said: Aubameyang, who
“I’ll be signing it soon.
joined Arsenal in
“It is a big achievement to January,
said:
sign for a big club like “It’s a difficult
Arsenal so I’m just delight- q u e s t i o n .
ed with the contract and S o m e hopeful I can sign it soon.
times I
“I’m just really happy. I’ve t h i n k
got my first start out of the it’s a
way.
bit unfair.
“Arsene Wenger keeps
“We’re
pushing the youngsters – me, p l a y i n g
Eddie Nketiah and Joe better in
Willock. I think he has got a these last
bight future planned for us.
games and I hope the people
“We’ve got a lot of fire- can see this.”
power. Pierre-Emerick AuArsenal are 13 points behind
bameyang
is
on
fire, fourth-placed Tottenham but
Alexandre Lacazette as well, face CSKA Moscow for a place
while Danny Welbeck scored in the Europa League semitwo on Sunday. The opposi- finals tomorrow.
Toni eases ten-sion
TONI DUGGAN’s 20th goal for
England fired the Lionesses top
of their World Cup qualifying
group with a 2-0 win in Bosnia.
The Barcelona forward
(right) prodded home Melissa
Lawley’s cross after England
shrugged off Alex Greenwood’s
red card to prevail in Zenica.
Jodie Taylor scored a penalty
in added-time as Phil Neville’s
side moved two points clear of
Wales in Group A.
Bosnia had Amira Spahic sent
off as both sides ended with ten
players. Liverpool left-back
■ by PAUL BROWN
Greenwood was sent off
shortly after half-time.
She had been booked for
dissent when she received
a second yellow for diving.
It roused England and
Duggan turned in Mel
Lawley’s cross six minutes
later. Spahic got her red, for
two bookings, with Duggan
then hitting the woodwork.
Beth Mead won a late
spot-kick for England after a
foul by Lidija Kulis.
SOCCER
LINES
■
HARRY KANE will
find out today if he
scored his 25th league
goal this season against
Stoke on Saturday after
Spurs appealed the
decision to award it to
Christian Eriksen.
NEWCASTLE have
been fined £7,500
after admitting they
broke FA rules by
allowing their
Under-18s to wear
shirts with a betting
company’s logo.
PLYMOUTH
defender Ryan
Edwards has been given
the all-clear in his battle
with testicular cancer.
BRIGHTON have
appealed Davy
Propper’s red card in
Saturday’s home draw
with Huddersfield.
PORTSMOUTH
midfielder Christian
Oxlade-Chamberlain,
brother of Alex, has
broken a leg in training.
❑
■
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■
OFF DAY: Elneny
gets dismissed
on Sunday when
Nelson (right) made
his first Arsenal start
■
SPORTWORD
ACROSS
1.
6.
7.
9.
10.
12.
14.
17.
18.
19.
Scorer of all Scotland’s points in a 15-6
win over Georgia in the 2011 Rugby
World Cup (3,5)
Jeff ....., West Indies Test cricketer who
hit 139 against Australia in Perth in 1984
(5)
Charlie ....., Yorkshire Carnegie prop
signed from Bath Rugby (5)
Martin ...., Penrith Panthers prop; 2004
World Club Challenge winner (4)
Craig ......, 2009-12 Scotland football
coach (6)
Alain ......, 1956 Olympic marathon gold
medallist (6)
Mardy ...., 2003 Stockholm Open singles
tennis tournament winner (4)
John ....., 1988 Olympic 5,000m gold
medallist (5)
See 5 Down.
Juan Martin ... ....., 2009 US Open singles
tennis championship winner; Argentina
2016 Davis Cup Final
winner (3,5)
DOWN
2 and 4 Down. Bayern Munich and former
Netherlands winger previously with Real
Madrid, Chelsea, PSG and Groningen
(5,6)
3. Colour of the ball worth six points in
snooker (4)
4. See 2 Down.
5 and 18 Across. 1995-98 Sunderland
midfielder signed from Leicester
City (5,5)
6. Phil ……., Exeter Chiefs and former
Newport-Gwent Dragons full-back (7)
8. Robbie ......., Leinster Rugby full-back/
centre; 2013 Ireland debutant against
United States of America in Houston (7)
11. Didier ......, 1994 World Rally Drivers’
Championship winner (6)
13. David ....., jockey who married
equestrian Marion Coakes in 1969 (5)
15. Higher scoring set of rings in archery (5)
16. Mika ...., Finnish motor racing driver;
1994 F1 debutant in the Japanese Grand
Prix (4)
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ASTON VILLA
CARDIFF
1
0
JACK GREALISH got
the Royal seal of
approval as he put
his side’s promotion
push back on track
with a stunner.
Villa fan Prince William
looked on from the stands as
Grealish served up a goal fit for
a future king.
The flamboyant midfielder
sent an 85th-minute volley
crashing into the back of the
net to nick a crucial win for
Steve Bruce’s side.
Grealish’s moment of magic
proved the difference and
Bruce revealed that they were
delighted to have the Royal
visitor in the dressing room
before the game.
The Villa boss said: “He
picked the team! It’s great
that the future king is an
Aston Villa fan.
“To be fair, after that result
we’ve given him a ticket to
come again next week.”
Grealish’s effort was worthy
of such a VIP visitor – he hit
it as sweet as a nut to really
get up Cardiff manager Neil
Warnock’s nose.
Angry
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JACK HIGH: Grealish
celebrates his winner to
delight Villa fan Prince William
The two have history – he had
an angry tunnel confrontation
with the youngster last season,
accusing him of going down
too easily and getting players
booked.
His players struggled again
to contain him – three of them
got yellow cards for fouls on
the midfielder.
But Villa were also left thanking keeper Sam Johnstone for
a string of fine stops.
Cardiff threatened to go in
front early on but Nathaniel
Mendez-Laing’s angled drive
struck the post.
Then Johnstone kept the
scores level with a brilliant
double save.
First he threw himself to
his left to flick out a header
from his own team-mate
Glenn Whelan and then
scrambled to block a
powerful drive from
Callum Paterson.
The on-loan Manchester
United man came to the
rescue again soon after
quickly running out.
the break when he stuck
Ex-Ipswich man Kieffer
out a foot to keep out a
Moore headed an early
Kenneth Zohore shot.
chance against the bar as
His night’s work was
the visitors began well.
not done there, though,
Morais thought his side
and in the dying minutes
were in front when Lloyd
he was in the thick of the
Isgrove netted but it was
action once more to keep
correctly flagged offside.
out another powerful
Cotter fired inches over
with a shot just before the Mendez-Laing drive.
Beaten boss Warnock
break for the home side.
said: “Grealish scored a
The winner came when
worldie but how their
Knudsen glanced home
keeper hasn’t got Man of
from Mustapha Carayol’s
the Match is beyond me.”
corner in the 54th minute.
Big Mick quits early
MICK McCARTHY decided
to walk out on Ipswich
last night – even though
Jonas Knudsen sank
Barnsley with his first
goal of the season.
The former Ireland boss
was due to leave at the
end of the season when
his contract expired.
But the Portman Road
faithful, who lost faith in
him months ago, booing
him when he took off
debutant Barry Cotter two
minutes after the goal
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Ipswich 1
Barnsley 0
proved to be the final
straw.
McCarthy said: “That
was disgraceful.
“But I won’t have to
listen to that again
because that’s my last
game. I’m out of here.”
The defeat could prove
costly for Jose Morais
and his Barnsley side,
who now sit two points
adrift of safety with time
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Johansen slots
home Fulham’s winner
SLAV CRAZY
ABOUT STEF
SLAVISA JOKANOVIC admitted the Championship
is “crazy” after his Fulham side jumped above
Cardiff into second.
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time after Fulham had looked like
coming unstuck.
The Cottagers had struggled in
the opening stages with Tim Ream
clearing Jon Dadi Bodvarsson’s
early effort off the line.
The Cottagers clinched a nervy
They lacked their usual fluency
win over Reading thanks to Stefan we want to make it our job to put but Johansen was in the right place
Johansen’s 25th-minute effort.
them under pressure. This is a to slot home after Matt Targett’s
It made it 20 games unbeaten but crazy competition.”
low cross from the left. It was a
the Serb still reckons the Bluebirds
Johansen has certainly emerged huge moment and seemed to settle
are in pole position thanks to their as Fulham’s unsung hero in their the nerves of the men in white.
game in hand.
After the goal Mitrovic seemed
quest for the top flight.
Boss Jokanovic said: “The table
to be everywhere and must have
Struggled
is not important, the situation is
wondered how he did not score
While the in-form Aleksandar before the break with the on-loan
still not under our control as
Mitrovic and youngster Ryan Newcastle striker missing FOUR
Cardiff have one game more.
“We are not thinking so much Sessegnon are taking the plaudits, decent opportunities.
former Celtic midfielder Johansen
about the position.
Johansen then fluffed his lines
“We are really satisfied. We had a has been quietly going about his after being set up by Mitrovic’s
lot of desire but were not clinical business.
flick in the second half following
The Norwegian scored his eighth Tom Cairney’s run and pass.
enough.
“Everything is in their hands and goal of the season at just the right
The Fulham No.8 was then denied
by an impressive save
from Mannone following
Targett’s cross from the
left.
The Cottagers just could
not grab the second but
the game was finally up
Preston 3
SEAN MAGUIRE’S header
to complete a stirring
for Reading in injury
Leeds 1
helped Preston fight back
turnaround.
time as Leandro Bacuna
to beat Leeds last night.
Leeds kept pushing but
was dismissed for a lunge
Kemar Roofe put United
before Billy Bodin hit the
Preston were determined
at Sessegnon.
ahead in the 13th minute
post near half-time.
to end their recent dodgy
Royals manager Paul
as he smashed into the
Four minutes after the
home form as tempers
Clement said: “Congraturoof of the net from close
restart, Bodin won a soft
started to flare.
lations to Fulham as
range after a drilled cross
penalty despite barely
Alan Browne had the
there was a lot of
from Kalvin Phillips.
being touched by Vurnon
last word in the 82nd
pressure on them.
Preston kept pushing
Anita and Paul Gallagher
minute when he brilliantly
“But we did not make it
and probing and Maguire
rammed in the equaliser.
steered home a header
easy for them and I was
nodded a sitter over the
Maguire then nodded
after a left-wing cross by
pleased with lots of
bar after 22 minutes
home in the 52nd minute
sub Callum Robinson.
things my players did.”
FULHAM
READING
1
0
Mag-nificent recovery
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INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
UEFA Champions League
Quarter-finals, 2nd leg
Man City (1) ...............1 Liverpool (0) ............. 2
Jesus 2
Salah 56
Att: 53,461
Firmino 77
(Liverpool win 5-1 on aggregate)
Roma (1) ....................3 Barcelona (0)............ 0
Dzeko 6
Att: 56,580
De Rossi 58 (pen)
Manolas 82
(4-4 on aggregate, Roma win on away goals)
Sky Bet Championship
Boreham Wood (0)....0 Macclesfield (1)........ 2
Att: 602
Marsh 20, 58
Chester (1) .................3 Bromley (0)............... 2
Vose 45 Archer 77
Brown 90
Rees 65 Bugiel 80
Att: 754
Ebbsfleet (0) ..............3 Wrexham (0) ............. 0
Whitely 50 Kedwell 83 Att: 1,376
Coulson 90
Guiseley.....................P Dagenham ................P
(Postponed due to waterlogged pitch)
Halifax (1) ..................2 Sutton (0).................. 1
Fondop-Talom 18
Tomlinson 89
Lafayette 82
Att: 1,274
(0) .........2 Woking (0) ................ 1
Aston Villa (0)............1 Cardiff (0) ................. 0 Maidenhead
Clifton 81
Edwards 76
Grealish 85
Att: 32,560
Marks 88
Att: 1,301
Williams 25
Att: 665
Williams 5 (pen)
Att: 1,416
Muldoon 24
Tunnicliffe 28, 78
Bolton (0) ...................0 Millwall (1) ................ 2 Solihull Moors (1) .....1 Maidstone (0) ........... 0
Att: 13,810
Elliott 34 Marshall 63
Bristol City (2) ...........3 Birmingham (1) ........ 1 Torquay (1) ................1 AFC Fylde (2) ........... 3
Pack 12 Reid 27
Jutkiewicz 34
Taylor 84
Att: 20,288
Burton (0) ..................0 Hull (2) ...................... 5 Tranmere (1) ..............4 Gateshead (2)........... 2
Att: 3,659
Wilson 5
Grosicki 33, 85
Meyler 63 (pen)
Keane 90
Fulham (1) .................1 Reading (0) ............... 0
Johansen 25
Sent off: Bacuna 90
Att: 19,272
Ipswich (0) .................1 Barnsley (0) .............. 0
Knudsen 54
Att: 13,271
Nottm Forest (0) ........0 Brentford (0)............. 1
Att: 20,596
Dalsgaard 82
Preston (0) .................3 Leeds (1)................... 1
Gallagher 49 (pen)
Maguire 52
Browne 82
Roofe 13
Att: 14,188
QPR (3) ......................4 Sheff Wed (0) ........... 2
Smyth 8
Bidwell 10
Sylla 15, 53 (pen)
Forestieri 61
Nuhiu 69
Sheff Utd (2) ..............2 Middlesbrough (0) ... 1
Evans 2, 40
Att: 26,557
Ayala 48
Sent off: Leadbitter 25
Sunderland (0) ..........1 Norwich (0) ............... 1
Honeyman 63
P
Wolves ............... 41
Fulham ............... 42
Cardiff ................ 41
Aston Villa ......... 42
Derby ................. 40
Millwall ............... 42
Middlesbrough .. 42
Bristol City ........ 42
Sheff Utd............ 42
Brentford ........... 42
Preston .............. 42
Ipswich .............. 42
Norwich ............. 42
Leeds ................. 42
QPR .................... 42
Hull ..................... 42
Sheff Wed .......... 42
Nottm Forest ..... 41
Reading ............. 42
Birmingham....... 42
Bolton ................ 42
Barnsley ............ 41
Sunderland ........ 42
Burton ................ 42
Pinto 89
Att: 24,894
W D L F
27 8 6 74
23 12 7 72
24 8 9 62
22 10 10 66
18 14 8 60
18 14 10 54
19 9 14 59
17 14 11 59
19 8 15 57
17 13 12 58
16 15 11 52
16 8 18 50
14 14 14 46
15 9 18 54
14 11 17 53
11 14 17 64
11 14 17 50
13 7 21 43
10 12 20 46
11 7 24 32
9 12 21 34
8 13 20 42
6 15 21 45
7 11 24 30
A Pts
36 89
41 81
35 80
40 76
38 68
39 68
41 66
48 65
49 65
47 64
44 63
52 56
52 56
60 54
63 53
61 47
59 47
59 46
61 42
61 40
64 39
61 37
74 33
77 32
Sky Bet League One
AFC Wimbledon (1) ..1 Charlton (0) .............. 0
Taylor 45
Att: 4,457
Blackpool (1) .............3 Northampton (0) ...... 0
Gnanduillet 42
Longstaff 62
Ryan 74
Att: 2,964
Gillingham (0)............0 Blackburn (0) ........... 0
Att: 6,361
Oxford Utd (0) ...........0 Fleetwood (0) ........... 1
Att: 6,337
McAleny 90
Rochdale (0) ..............1 Wigan (1) .................. 4
Davies 87 (pen)
Att: 3,850
P
Wigan ................. 40
Blackburn .......... 41
Shrewsbury ....... 40
Rotherham......... 41
Plymouth ........... 40
Charlton ............. 41
Portsmouth ....... 41
Peterborough .... 41
Scunthorpe........ 41
Bristol Rovers ... 41
Fleetwood .......... 42
Blackpool .......... 42
Southend ........... 41
Bradford ............ 39
Gillingham ......... 41
Doncaster .......... 39
Oxford Utd ......... 41
Walsall ............... 40
AFC Wimbledon 41
Oldham .............. 39
Rochdale ........... 40
MK Dons ............ 41
Northampton ..... 42
Bury ................... 41
Burn 17 Vaughan 54
Jacobs 60 Grigg 63
W D L F A Pts
26 8 6 81 27 86
25 11 5 75 36 86
24 9 7 55 33 81
21 6 14 68 51 69
18 9 13 53 48 63
17 11 13 54 49 62
19 5 17 54 51 62
16 13 12 64 51 61
15 16 10 58 49 61
16 7 18 57 61 55
15 9 18 56 60 54
13 14 15 54 52 53
14 11 16 49 60 53
16 5 18 49 61 53
12 15 14 43 47 51
12 14 13 47 45 50
12 11 18 55 62 47
12 11 17 48 58 47
12 10 19 39 51 46
11 11 17 52 66 44
9 15 16 44 53 42
10 12 19 41 59 42
10 10 22 36 72 40
7 9 25 32 62 30
Cook 45, 53, 60, 69
Att: 4,328
P
Macclesfield ...... 43
Tranmere ........... 41
Sutton ................ 42
AFC Fylde .......... 43
Aldershot ........... 42
Boreham Wood . 43
Wrexham ........... 43
Dover ................. 42
Ebbsfleet ........... 41
Bromley ............. 41
Dagenham ......... 41
Leyton Orient .... 41
Eastleigh............ 42
Halifax ................ 42
Maidenhead ....... 41
Gateshead ......... 40
Hartlepool .......... 42
Solihull Moors ... 42
Maidstone .......... 43
Woking............... 43
Barrow ............... 41
Torquay ............. 42
(R) Chester ........ 43
Guiseley............. 40
York 39
Barrow 43
W D L F
25 10 8 62
21 10 10 71
21 9 12 62
20 11 12 81
19 14 9 61
18 15 10 55
17 18 8 48
18 13 11 55
16 16 9 56
16 12 13 65
16 11 14 60
14 11 16 53
12 17 13 61
13 14 15 46
13 13 15 54
11 17 12 53
12 12 18 48
12 11 19 42
11 14 18 48
12 9 22 52
10 14 17 48
9 10 23 39
7 13 23 37
6 12 22 34
A Pts
45 85
42 73
49 72
54 71
47 71
41 69
36 69
37 67
46 64
50 60
53 59
52 53
66 53
53 53
60 52
44 50
60 48
53 47
63 47
71 45
59 44
67 37
71 34
72 30
Vanarama North: Blyth P Southport
P, Kidderminster 3 Stockport 1,
Leamington P Chorley P, Nuneaton 1
York 0, Spennymoor 0 Boston 0.
Vanarama South: Bognor Regis 2 St
Albans 1, Gloucester 0 Dartford 1,
Havant & W P East Thurrock P, Poole P
Hampton & Rich P, Truro 2 Concord 0,
Welling 0 Hemel Hempstead 0.
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League:
Ashton Utd 1 Stafford 0, Lancaster 3
Grantham 1, Rushall 2 Buxton 0,
Warrington 0 Nantwich 0, Workington 1
Farsley 2. Southern: Biggleswade 3
Slough 5, Dunstable P Gosport P,
Merthyr 1 Chesham 2, Royston 1
Banbury 1, St Ives P Redditch P.
Bostik Premier: Burgess Hill 2
Enfield 4, Dulwich 1 Tonbridge 2,
Leiston 3 Harrow 0, Lowestoft 2 Hendon
1, Margate 0 Kingstonian 2.
FA Youth Cup semi-final, 2nd leg:
Chelsea 4 Birmingham 0 (Chelsea win
7-0 on aggregate).
Ladbrokes Scottish Championship:
Dundee Utd 1 St Mirren 0, Inverness CT
1 Falkirk 0, Morton 3 Dumbarton 2.
League Two: Berwick P Stenhousemuir
P, Cowdenbeath 0 Montrose 3.
FIFA Women’s 2019 World Cup
Qualifying – Gp One: Bosnia-Herz 0
England 2 (Duggan 56, Taylor 90pen).
P W D L F A Pts
England .........5 4 1 0 17 0 13
Wales .............5 3 2 0 3 0 11
Russia ............4 2 1 1 9 7
7
Bosnia/Herz ...5 1 0 4 3 13 3
Kazakhstan....5 0 0 5 0 12 0
Gp Two: Scotland 3 Poland 0. Gp
Three: Northern Ireland 0 Norway 3,
Rep of Ireland 0 Holland 2.
COMMONWEALTH GAMES
XXI Games (Gold Coast, Australia) –
men (selected): SWIMMING – 50m
freestyle final: 1 B Proud (Eng)
21:35secs. SHOOTING – 50m rifle
prone final: 1 D Phelps (Wal) 248.8pts.
Women (selected): ATHLETICS –
1,500m final: 1 C Semenya (Rsa)
4mins 0.71secs, 3 M Courtney (Wal)
4:03.44.
MEDAL TABLE
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1 Australia ...................50
2 England ....................24
3 India ..........................11
4 New Zealand..............9
7 Wales .........................7
8 Scotland ....................6
19 Northern Ireland......1
TENNIS
S
38
29
4
10
8
10
0
B Ttl
42 130
21 74
6
21
7
26
7
22
12 28
1
2
ATP Grand Prix Hassan II (Marrakech,
Morocco) – 1st rd: K Edmund (Gbr) bt
J Vesely (Cze) 5-0ret, A Ramos-Vinolas
(Spa) bt A Ahouda (Mor) 6-1 6-2, M
Zverev (Ger) bt P Lorenzi (Ita) 6-3 6-4, J
Sousa (Por) bt PM Portero (Spa) 7-5
Sky Bet League Two
RC Baena (Spa) bt M Marterer
Morecambe (2) ..........2 Chesterfield (0) ........ 2 7-5,
(Ger) 6-3 6-1, A Arnaboldi (Ita) bt A
Thompson 16
Dennis 55 Kellett 74 Dolgopolov (Ukr) 6-2 6-3, A Vatutin
Lang 33
Att: 1,042
(Rus) bt J-L Struff (Ger) 3-6 6-3 6-2.
Stevenage (1) ............1 Mansfield (0) ............ 1
Newton 15 Att: 2,294 Atkinson 51
Swindon (1) ...............2 Yeovil (0) .................. 2
Taylor 11, 72
P
Accrington......... 40
Luton.................. 42
Wycombe........... 41
Exeter................. 41
Notts County ..... 42
Lincoln ............... 40
Coventry ............ 41
Mansfield ........... 42
Swindon............. 42
Carlisle............... 42
Colchester ......... 42
Crawley .............. 42
Newport ............. 40
Cambridge Utd .. 41
Stevenage.......... 42
Cheltenham ....... 42
Crewe ................. 42
Yeovil ................. 40
Port Vale ............ 42
Morecambe........ 41
Grimsby ............. 42
Forest Green ..... 41
Barnet ................ 42
Chesterfield ....... 40
Wing 68 Fisher 89
Att: 5,709
W D L F A Pts
26 5 9 67 40 83
23 11 8 87 43 80
21 11 9 75 55 74
22 6 13 57 47 72
19 13 10 63 44 70
18 13 9 57 42 67
19 8 14 51 40 65
16 16 10 61 48 64
19 7 16 63 62 64
16 13 13 57 50 61
16 13 13 51 46 61
16 9 17 53 59 57
13 15 12 49 51 54
14 12 15 44 55 54
13 13 16 56 58 52
13 12 17 62 60 51
14 5 23 56 70 47
12 10 18 55 64 46
10 13 19 46 59 43
9 16 16 40 53 43
10 11 21 34 63 41
11 7 23 48 70 40
9 9 24 38 63 36
9 8 23 43 71 35
Vanarama National League
Barrow (1) ..................3 Eastleigh (0) ............. 2
Hall 15
Makoma 62
Walters 79
Zebroski 60
Williamson 90
Att: 817
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(all 7.45pm)
UEFA Champions League
Quarter-finals, 2nd leg
Bayern Munich (2) v Sevilla (1)..........................
Real Madrid (3) v Juventus (0)...........................
Sky Bet Championship
Wolves v Derby ...................................................
Sky Bet League One
Oldham v Walsall ................................................
Vanarama North: Curzon Ashton v
Gainsborough. South: Wealdstone v
Oxford City.
Evo-Stik Southern Premier League:
Farnborough v Bishop’s Stortford.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: Poole v Belle Vue,
Rye House v Leicester (both 7.30pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Colin; 4 Deans; 7 ABA;
8 Pogba; 9 Ntini; 10 Sean; 11 Feijen;
14 Native; 15 Glik; 18 Niall; 20 River;
21 Dia; 22 Yates; 23 Macey.
DOWN: 1 Capes; 2 Leggatt; 3 Naas;
4 Daniel; 5 Ali; 6 Spion; 12 Jelavic;
13 Evalds; 14 Nancy; 16 Kerly; 17 Cram;
19 Abt.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Romelu Lukaku, 2 Billy Monger,
3 Bradford Bulls, 4 Bernhard Langer,
5 Miguel Cotto.
SERIOUSLY
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACTION
It’s time
to put
blame
on Pep
CIT Y CANNOT HIDE FACT
HE HAS FAILED ACID TEST
THE BLAME game will
start in earnest today
following
Manchester
City’s Champions League
exit to Liverpool.
No one plays it better than the
richest club in Britain, either.
When Pep Guardiola’s men
crashed out of the FA Cup to
League One Wigan it was all about
the pitch invasion.
Those pesky locals who charged
onto the field to ruffle the hair of
Guardiola’s superstars became the
focus of all the attention.
It deflected from the fact a team
costing more than half a billion
quid had failed to beat one that
was made up of mediocre
journeymen and a few promising
youngsters.
Then came last week’s 3-0
hammering at Anfield in the
quarter-final, first leg.
That defeat was all about the fact
the City team bus had been
attacked while battling its way
CROSSY’S
BIG-MATCH
VERDICT
through the streets of Merseyside
before kick-off.
The attack was apparently so bad
that some of Guardiola’s squad
had to turn the music up on their
headphones to full blast.
Once again most of the
headlines surrounded something
other than the failings of
Guardiola’s side, but this
familiar story doesn’t end here.
On Saturday City snatched defeat
from the jaws of victory and
dropped the Premier League
trophy through their fingers – for
the time being – with a home defeat
to bitter rivals Manchester United
despite being 2-0 up.
In the aftermath of what had
been a damning capitulation,
pictures emerged of United star
Ander Herrera spitting on a City
badge.
But the bar was raised even
higher in the build-up to last
night’s quarter-final, second leg
when Guardiola took us all on a
trip into the future.
Guardiola criticised referee
Antonio Mateu Lahoz last week –
before he’d even been appointed.
Dubious
Guardiola doesn’t like Lahoz
because he made some dubious
decisions against City in last
season’s games against Monaco in
the last 16.
The Spaniard also had the brass
neck to award two penalties
against City in October’s 2-1 win
over Napoli in the group stages.
Here was a referee not up to
scratch and not trusted. Talk about
getting your excuses in early.
So no one was surprised when
Lahoz ruled out a legitimate goal
for Leroy Sane last night that
would have reduced Liverpool’s
advantage to just one goal, following Gabriel Jesus’s early strike.
When Guardiola charged onto
the pitch at half-time to remonstrate with Lahoz, the outcome
was predictable.
Lahoz pointed to the stands,
which is where Guardiola spent
the second half wondering how
the hell he was going to explain
his side’s 5-1 mauling over two
legs – and another early exit
from Europe.
Lahoz will be the easy and
predictable target. But then again,
Lahoz can’t be blamed for all three
of City’s crushing defeats inside
the last week.
The common denominator is
Guardiola but the finger won’t be
pointed in his direction, because it
never is.
But perhaps it should be.
Europe is the ultimate test of
managers like Guardiola and it is
one he is failing at City.
JEREMY CROSS
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IN ASSOCIATION WITH
Tom’s a tonic Henrik so hot
TOM ELLIOTT led the
charge to victory as
Millwall kept up their
great promotion dash.
The Lions made it 16
games unbeaten and
climbed into the top six –
and were put on course
by Elliott’s stunning
headed opener.
Winger Ben Marshall
delivered a deadly cross
which Elliott brilliantly
guided into the far corner.
The second goal was an
even more devastating
counter-attack effort on
63 minutes.
Mahlon Romeo sprinted
the length of the field and
pulled the ball back from
the Bolton by-line for
Marshall to convert from
12 yards out.
The in-form visitors
■
SHOUT OF ORDER: City
boss Pep Guardiola
vents his fury at referee
Antonio Mateu Lahoz (inset)
and had to watch the second
half from the stands after
being sent off (below)
■
NO GOAL: Leroy Sane
nets but the strike
was wrongly ruled out for
offside which sparked
Guardiola’s outburst
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Bolton 0
Millwall 2
might have enjoyed an
even easier evening
but Lee Gregory miscontrolled in front of goal
early on and Elliott slid an
effort wide just before his
opener.
Bolton scrapped hard,
with Sammy Ameobi
volleying into the
side-netting and Craig
Noone almost forcing in
Ameobi’s cross from
close range.
But Millwall never let go
of their grip on the game
and looked the more likely
to score in the latter
stages, with Jed Wallace
shooting across the face
of goal and Elliott heading
just inches wide.
HENRIK DALSGAARD
nodded home a late
winner to keep
Brentford’s play-off
hopes alive.
The Denmark star
headed in past Costel
Pantilimon from a corner
in the 82nd minute.
Nottingham Forest were
left cursing their luck after
hitting the woodwork
twice in the first half.
Striker Ben Brereton
cannoned a shot off the
bar from 30 yards with
Brentford keeper Daniel
Bentley beaten.
And then Adlene
Guedioura latched onto a
deflection in the Bees
penalty area only to see
his shot glance off the
post and go wide.
Forest had started the
■
Nottingham For 0
Brentford 1
livelier of the teams with
Joe Lolley cutting inside
and forcing a fingertip
save from Bentley after
just four minutes.
Lee Tomlin blasted a
shot straight at Bentley
and Ben Watson almost
diverted a Lolley cross in
but Forest could not find
a goal.
At the other end
Brentford had a good
penalty shout turned
down after Tendayi
Darikwa tangled with
Romaine Sawyers.
And Nico Yennaris teed
up in-form Bees striker
Neal Maupay who shot
straight at Pantilimon
from 15 yards.
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACTION
SERIOUSLY
Coleman foo tba ll
looks set
for drop
■
by IAN MURTAGH
Sunderland 1 Norwich 1
NORWICH skipper Ivo Pinto
scored an 89th-minute
equaliser to virtually condemn
Sunderland to relegation.
Chris Coleman’s side are now
six points adrift of safety with
just four games left and are
hanging on to Championship
life by the thinnest of threads.
Aiden McGeady missed
Sunderland’s first penalty in
more than six years before
setting up George Honeyman
to throw the Championship
strugglers a lifeline.
Honeyman was on hand in
the 63rd minute to fire home
his seventh goal of the season
after McGeady’s drive had
come back off the post.
The Black Cats haven’t done
much right in recent times but
scoring from 12 yards hasn’t
been a problem – until now.
Smacked
After Ashley Fletcher was
brought down by Grant Hanley
on 40 minutes, McGeady sent
Norwich keeper Angus Gunn
the wrong way but smacked his
effort against the post –
becoming the first Sunderland
player since Seb Larsson in
December 2011 to fluff a
penalty kick.
Fletcher had tested the
keeper straight from the
kick-off but it was the Canaries
who carved out the better
chances in the opening half an
hour when Nelson Oliveira
could have had a hat-trick.
The Portugal star was denied
by Lee Camp early on, hit the
woodwork from James
Maddison’s corner in the 26th
minute and scuffed an effort
across goal after Josh Murphy
found him at the far post.
And he was a whisker away
11 minutes into the second half
with a 20-yard curler.
MOTORING
TO GLORY!
Evans is
pair-fect
■
Sheffield United 2
Middlesbrough 1
LEE EVANS picked the
perfect time to find his goal
touch to keep Sheffield
United’s play-off hopes alive.
The Wales midfielder scored
his first two goals for the club
to keep alive their hopes of
finishing in the top six.
But Middlesbrough overcame
a first-half red card for captain
Grant Leadbitter to give the
Blades the jitters as Daniel
Ayala pulled a goal back.
Leadbitter saw yellow for
dragging back David Brooks
before he was sent packing by
referee Darren Bond for a
challenge on John Fleck.
Tony Pulis’ side – sixth at
kick-off – had already lost a
goal in the first 110 seconds as
Evans steered a superb 25-yard
volley over keeper Darren
Randolph after Enda Stevens’
cross had not been cleared.
It was his first goal since his
£750,000 move from Wolves in
January – and he matched it
with another great finish after
Boro had gone down to 10 men.
The midfielder was in the
right place to volley home five
minutes before the break
following a brilliant lofted cross
from former Manchester City
youngster Brooks.
Pulis made three changes at
half-time and they scored less
than three minutes from the
restart as Ayala slotted in from
Ben Gibson’s flick-on. But Boro
failed to find an equaliser.
LIVERPOOL took a giant step
towards being crowned kings of
Europe for a sixth time.
But for Manchester City, the wait goes on
with the club no nearer to ending their quest
for European football’s holy grail.
Last season Pep Guardiola’s men went out
on away goals at the last-16 stage, drawing 6-6
on aggregate with Monaco, losing 3-1 away.
This time they conceded one less over the
two legs, at the quarter-final stage.
For all Guardiola’s love of attacking
football, no team that concedes so many
goals at this highest level can expect to go
all the way.
Goals from the brilliant Mohamed Salah, to
make it 39 for the season, and Roberto Firmino
kept alive Liverpool’s dreams.
Agonising
■
CITY OF TEARS: It’s misery
for Gabriel Jesus while
Raheem Sterling is consoled by
Liverpool’s Dejan Lovren (above)
A sixth Champions League/European Cup
success would take them ahead of Barcelona
– surprisingly knocked out by Roma last night
– and Bayern Munich, and behind only AC
Milan on seven and Real Madrid with 12.
As for City, their best effort remains their
exit in the semi-finals two seasons ago under
Manuel Pellegrini when Real Madrid knocked
them out.
Guardiola was supposed to be the man to
change all that, but last night he had to sit in
the stands for an agonising second half after
being sent off at the break.
Gabriel Jesus gave Guardiola’s men the
by DAVID WOODS
MAN CITY
LIVERPOOL
1
2
Liverpool win 5-1 on agg
ideal start, bagging an opener inside two
minutes.
But it was to prove the prelude to a first half
of frustration for the Spaniard.
Having lost 3-0 at Anfield in the first leg, and
3-2 at home to Manchester United on Saturday,
gung-ho City wanted to be quick off the mark
– and they were, scoring with one minute 56
seconds on the clock.
Raheem Sterling, of all people, out-muscled
Virgil van Dijk with a shove, with the offbalance Dutchman scooping the ball to City’s
Bernardo Silva, who deflected it to the feet of
Fernandinho.
He promptly played in the flying Sterling
who squared it, behind Dejan Lovren, for
Jesus to stroke in with his right foot at the
near post.
Van Dijk and his team-mates were furious
at referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz for not
awarding a foul but not as angry as Guardiola was later on after a City goal was
disallowed.
Bernardo Silva drove a left-foot shot onto the
outside of Loris Karius’ post before City were
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IN ASSOCIATION WITH
Klopp that
■
SUPER SALAH: Mo
Salah skips round
Ederson before lifting the
ball into the net (right) for
Liverpool’s vital equaliser
From Back Page
Leroy and I said it was a goal and that’s why he
sent me off.
“He’s a ref that likes to feel different and I
know him from Spain.”
After Barcelona’s shock exit, Liverpool will
fancy landing their first European trophy
since 2005 ahead of Friday’s draw.
Liverpool boss Klopp said: “We got
through the whirlwind. On the one
hand it was the worst start you could
get and then on the other the first
question was answered.
“Yes they can score goals and
it will be difficult.
“I can imagine Pep was not
happy with the disallowed goal
even though I did not see it.
“But over the two legs I really
think we are deserved to go to the next round.
We scored five goals against Man City and
conceded one.
“Those numbers are usually not possible. We
did it and I am happy.”
Misery for Messi
as Barca go out
■
Salah does it again as
Liverpool hold nerve
denied going further ahead in the 43rd minute.
A Karius punched clearance hit James Milner
and bounced back towards goal where Leroy
Sane turned it in. He was wrongly given
offside .
Guardiola ushered his men off at the break
for fear they would have a go at referee
Antonio Mateu Lahoz.
Feelings
The Spanish referee had angered Guardiola
with his performance against Monaco last
season, when he sent off Sergio Aguero for
diving rather than give a penalty.
But Guardiola made his own feelings known
in spades and was sent to the stands for the
second half.
He took his place as a spectator to see if his
men could pull off their miracle comeback
without his constant urging and berating
from the touchline.
He was expressionless after super Salah hit
back in the 56th minute to effectively kill the
tie. The Egyptian wizard sent Sadio Mane
scurrying into the box and Ederson dived in
to scoop the ball off his foot.
But it broke to Salah who calmly chipped it
in, avoiding Nicolas Otamendi on the line,
from a tight angle.
Guardiola had his head in his hands in
the 77th minute when Otamendi presented
the ball to Firmino and the Liverpool
forward advanced and stroked home low
past Ederson.
It will take a lot to lift his and City’s sinking
spirits.
A domestic double probably seems like a
sorry second prize following three successive
defeats and another European exit.
MAN CITY (3-4-3): Ederson; Walker, Otamendi,
Laporte; B Silva (Gundogan 74), Fernandinho, De
Bruyne, D Silva (Aguero 66); Sterling, Sane, Jesus.
Subs: Bravo, Kompany, Delph, Zinchenko, Foden.
LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Karius; Alexander-Arnold
(Clyne 81), Van Dijk, Lovren, Robertson; OxladeChamberlain, Wijnaldum, Milner; Salah, Mane,
Firmino (Klavan 81). Subs: Mignolet, Moreno, Ings,
Solanke, Woodburn.
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain).
Roma 3 Barcelona 0
(4-4 agg. Roma win on away goals)
BARCELONA were sent crashing
out of the Champions League last
night, stunned by Roma’s
amazing comeback.
A late header from Kostas
Manolas sealed the shock
second-leg win as the Spanish
giants let a three-goal lead slip to
tumble out on away goals.
Roma made a dream start after
Edin Dzeko collected Daniele De
Rossi’s pass to net after just six
minutes.
Barca, despite the efforts of
Lionel Messi (right), were pegged
back and it was no surprise to see
De Rossi net from the spot in the
58th minute.
Barcelona were clinging on and
it was Manolas who won it with
seven minutes left.
■
FIRMING IT UP:
Roberto Firmino
slots home Liverpool’s
second to seal it
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Bobby
dazzler
■
Bristol City 3
Birmingham 1
HOTSHOT Bobby Reid
showed why Bournemouth
are keeping tabs on him
with his 20th goal of the
season.
The Robins striker
volleyed home Famara
Diedhiou’s knock-down in
the 27th minute.
It ended a six-match
goal drought for the
Bristolian and doubled
the hosts’ lead after
Marlon Pack had curled
home a 25-yard free-kick in
the 12th minute.
Reid’s effort set the
Ashton Gate club on course
for their first win over
Blues since 1993.
Lukas Jutkiewicz got
Garry Monk’s side back in
it with his third goal in
three games when he rifled
a 15-yard shot past Frank
Fielding in the 34th
minute.
Reid eased home fans’
nerves when he set up Matt
Taylor for City’s third.
Hoops
so hot
■ QPR 4 Sheff Wed 2
QPR stunned Sheffield
Wednesday with a
three-goal blitz in seven
first-half minutes.
Rangers paid tribute to
former midfielder and boss
Ray Wilkins before kick-off
with Andy Sinton and Les
Ferdinand laying wreaths
by the centre circle.
Paul Smyth fired the Rs
ahead in the eighth minute
after a poor punch by
Wednesday keeper Joe
Wildsmith. He was at fault
again two minutes later
when he failed to hold Jake
Bidwell’s shot, allowing the
left-back to stab home the
rebound.
Idrissa Sylla scored a
15th-minute header before
converting from the spot in
the 52nd minute.
Fernando Forestieri
grabbed one back just after
the hour before Atdhe
Nuhiu headed Wednesday’s
second in the 69th minute.
Harry’s
spot on
■ Burton 0 Hull 5
HARRY WILSON starred
as five-star Hull left Burton
staring at the drop.
Wilson needed just five
minutes to grab his fifth
goal in nine games since
joining on loan from
Liverpool, then won the
penalty for their third goal.
Midfielder Wilson, 21,
lashed in a 20-yard angled
drive into the corner.
The Brewers were then
denied a penalty when
keeper Allan McGregor
brought down Liam Boyce.
Hull rubbed salt into
Burton’s wounds when
Kamil Grosicki made it 2-0
after 33 minutes, following
Michael Dawson’s
defence-splitting pass.
David Meyler fired home
from the spot on 63 after
sub Tom Flanagan brought
down Wilson.
Five minutes from time,
Grosicki grabbed his
second from Jackson
Irvine’s through ball.
Substitute Will Keane
rounded off the scoring in
injury time.
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■
FLASHPOINT:
Gaetan Bong
reacts after clashing
with Jay Rodriguez
Pards key to J-Rod bid
dailystar.co.uk/sport
EX-WEST Brom boss Alan
Pardew will be a witness
for Jay Rodriguez in his
FA racism case.
Pardew was sacked last
week after winning just
one of his 18 Premier
League games in charge.
But he will give
evidence in defence of
his former striker when
■ by STEVE MADELEY
he faces an independent
panel at Wembley today.
Rodriguez is charged
with racially abusing
Brighton defender
Gaetan Bong in a league
game at The Hawthorns
on January 13.
And Pardew (right) will
be a key witness for the
28-year-old, who
strenuously denies the
allegation.
Pardew will be a
character witness and
could also testify about
Rodriguez’s immediate
reaction to the accusation by the Cameroon
defender. Pardew was
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL, 2nd LEG
MAN CITY...1 LIVERPOOL...2
KLOPP
THAT!
LIVERPOOL WIN 5-1 ON AGGREGATE
■
JUR BEAUTY:
Liverpool
boss Jurgen
Klopp celebrates
Reds march into semis
Pep ban fear in ref row
Roma end Barca dream
CROSSY’S
VERDICT
PAGES 44-45
WOODSY’S
MATCH
REPORT
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
MO SALAH and Roberto Firmino fired
Liverpool into their first Champions
League semi-final in 10 years last night.
■
HEADING OUT:
Guardiola can’t
bear it as he watches
exit from the stands
But Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was left
fuming at referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz after he was
sent to the stands at half-time.
Guardiola blasted the Spanish official after Leroy
Sane’s strike was wrongly ruled out for offside with
City leading 1-0 at the time before Liverpool cruised
through thanks to Salah and Firmino.
The Spaniard could now face a Euro ban for his
outburst. He said: “He’s a referee who likes to feel
different, he’s special. When everybody sees the things
he is going to see the opposite.”
On the night Lionel Messi’s Barcelona crashed out to
comeback kings Roma, Guardiola added: “It’s too much
to send me off because I didn’t say any wrong word. I
was polite. I said it was a goal. Milner passed it to
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