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pouring in last
night for telly
Masterchef star
Matt Campbell,
who collapsed
while running
the hottest-ever
London Marathon
and died later in
hospital, aged
just 29.
Full story: P5
Matt, 29, collapses during hottest-ever race
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“He was a talented, innovative and
driven chef with a bright future
ahead of him.” Masterchef judge
Marcus Wareing pays tribute to
former contestant Matt Campbell,
who died after the London Marathon.
...in 1993 a massive IRA bomb ripped
through the heart of the City of
London, killing one and injuring more
than 40. The explosion shook
buildings and shattered hundreds
of windows.
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A FURIOUS mob battled
police last night as they
tried to charge into the
children’s hospital treating Alfie Evans.
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Supporters had earlier blocked a
road outside the hospital as the decision to withdraw life support for
the 23-month-old boy was made.
After hearing of the decision,
angry protesters then ran straight
for the front door of Alder Hey
Children’s Hospital in Liverpool.
More than 200 gathered outside
the hospital from 10am, stopping
traffic. They linked arms and chanted: “Save Alfie Evans.”
Around 100 of them were still
there last night as another lastditch bid to keep the youngster alive
was also dismissed.
High Court judge Mr Justice
Hayden took fresh submissions in
private from lawyers by a telephone
link last night.
But he again dismissed any
appeal and signalled that doctors
could stop treatment and finally
bring Alfie’s life to an end.
Pictures: MAVERICK; MERCURY
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Rejected
Earlier dad Tom gave a speech
outside, and fought back tears as he
broadcasted on Facebook Live
throughout the day.
Tom and partner Kate James, both
in their early 20s and from Liverpool, had last week failed to persuade Supreme Court justices to
consider their case and stop medics
from withdrawing treatment.
They then turned to the European
Court of Human Rights, but yesterday its judges refused to save Alfie.
The family have now been rejected
by the High Court, Court of Appeal,
Supreme Court and ECHR.
They hoped to move Alfie from
Alder Hey to a hospital in Rome and
claimed Italian doctors were willing
to treat Alfie and an air ambulance
was available.
But courts ruled the flight would
be wrong, with experts warning it
is “difficult” for Alfie to travel.
Last night Pope Francis made a
direct final plea for the child, who
was granted Italian citizenship
yesterday, to be allowed to seek
treatment in Rome.
The pontiff tweeted: “Moved by
the prayers and immense solidarity
shown little Alfie Evans.
“I renew my appeal that the suffering of his parents may be heard
and their desire to seek new forms
of treatment may be granted.”
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TEARS: Dad Tom yesterday. Left,
Alfie. Top, Demonstrators make a
dash for the hospital. Below, more of
Alfie’s campaigning supporters gather
outside Alder Hey in Liverpool
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
Nut gets 20yrs
THE only surviving terrorist from the 2015
Bataclan concert hall massacre in Paris has
been caged for 20 years.
Saleh Abdeslam was found guilty of trying
to kill cops in a shoot-out in Brussels in March
2016 while he was on the run.
He will go on trial in 2020 for the carnage unleashed by his unit of Islamic State trained
fighters in the November 2015 Paris attack.
The group rampaged through the music
venue, murdering 130 people.
The 28-year-old is being held in a high security prison in northern France and was not in
court to hear his sentence handed down.
BRITAIN’S sewers are
®
clogged with “fatbergs”
that contain syringes, banned
drugs and deadly antibioticresistant superbugs.
Condoms, sanitary towels,
nappies, wet wipes and cotton
buds also get stuck in the
fat-lined pipes.
The findings are revealed
tonight in a Channel 4
show called Fatberg Autopsy:
Secrets Of The Sewers.
Experts warned blockages
could send the contents back
up to flood homes.
®
Rudd compo
EVERY member of the Windrush generation
and their children will be offered full British
citizenship without delay.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd yesterday
vowed a range of compensation and rights.
Ms Rudd hoped the compensation will “right
the wrong people have suffered” and also apologised for changes that caused the problems.
Members of Windrush families were threatened with deportation and denied services to
which they were entitled. Mrs Rudd said:
“This should never have happened.”
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott said
“ultimately the buck stops with her”.
**
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Bonnie
MILESTONE: Rapper
Eminem
has it in
the can
RAP superstar Eminem
is marking a decade
of sobriety.
The Lose Yourself
singer, real name
Marshall Bruce
Mathers III, took to
Instagram to share his
achievement with fans
after hitting the
milestone on Friday.
“Celebrated my 10
years yesterday,” he
captioned a photo of
himself holding up
his sobriety chip.
American hitmaker
Eminem, 45, has been
open about his drug
demons in recent years,
after overcoming
addictions to
prescription pills
such as Vicodin,
Valium, and Ambien.
Groomzilla
Haskell’s
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LOVED-UP: James is splashing the cash on wedding to Chloe
CRAIG DAVID BOOKED
APOLOGY: Shania Twain
He don’t
impress
me at all
SHANIA Twain has
apologised after saying
she would have voted for
Donald Trump if she
had been a US citizen.
The Canadian star said
in an interview that Mr
Trump would have been
her pick for President as
he “seemed honest”.
But the That Don’t
Impress Me Much singer
tweeted her apology
after a backlash on
social media.
Shania, 52, said: “I
would like to apologise
to anybody I have
offended in a recent
interview relating to the
American President.”
And she did not “hold
any common moral
beliefs” with Mr Trump.
OUR Page 3
„
babe is
Bonnie by name
and bonny by
nature.
The 23-yearold blonde has
just planted a herb
garden to help
feed her passion
for cooking.
The beauty, of
Manchester,
is sure to have
green fingers as
she certainly
grows on us.
„
„
HUNKY England rugby
ace James Haskell will
spend £100,000 to bag
Craig David for his wedding to Chloe Madeley.
The star has roped in the
What’s Your Flava hitmaker
to make it the daddy of all
weddings.
And James, 33, says there
will be no chance of superfit Chloe Walking Away on
the big day.
He said: “I am like a
groomzilla. I have started
booking Craig David to
perform.
“He costs over £100k,
so it will be an
extravagant occasion.” The Wasps
flanker
has
BOOKING: Singer
ACTING ONE DEL OF A JOB
POPPY Delevingne thinks there
is a “huge stigma” surrounding
models who turn to acting.
The 31-year-old sister of model
Cara started her career on the
catwalk, but recently starred in
Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
And she admitted the transition has not been easy.
She said: “There’s a huge stig-
® by ANDREW JAMESON
been dating the 30-year-old for
three years. But fitness expert
Chloe, daughter of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, has revealed their relationship is so
fiery she almost dumped him
when he proposed.
She said: “James is a
domineering alpha male
which is why I’m so attracted to him and why
I sometimes hate him.
“And I’m a mouthy
broad who has to be in
control all the time.
“We must have broken
up in excess of a thousand times.”
The Star Says: P6
ma. A lot of people think they go
hand in hand. They go: ‘You’re a
model, you can just slip into the
acting thing.’ You’re like: ‘It
doesn’t really work like that.’”
andrew.jameson@
dailystar.co.uk
Sulking Culkin
STIGMA: Poppy
MACAULAY Culkin has no interest in the
Home Alone films that made him famous.
Macaulay, 37, who starred as Kevin McCallister said: “I don’t watch them that often.
“When I watch them, I’m remembering
that day on set – how I’m hiding my Pepsi behind the couch or something like that. I can’t
watch them the same way other people do.”
3
4
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Pictures: MERCURY
We’ll put
mine on
the moon
MINING precious metals on
the moon could produce the
world’s first trillionaire.
Experts predict a galactic
gold rush, with plans to dig
into the moon or build
spaceships to catch giant
asteroids and bring them
back to earth for harvesting.
Physicist Michio Kaku
called asteroids “flying gold
mines in outer space”.
One contains £3.9trillion
of the rare metal platinum.
Astrophysicist Neil
deGrasse Tyson said: “The
first trillionaire will be the
person who exploits natural
resources on asteroids.”
Luxembourg’s government
is joining private firms in
the megabucks space race.
Gorilla warfare
„
TWO hungry gorillas got
themselves into a wild tussle
in this clash of the titans.
The “rumble in the jungle” came
after the pair had a ferocious
argument over sweetcorn. Westland
lowland gorillas Kivu and N’Dowe
went ape at each other at Paignton
Zoo Environmental Park in Devon.
It turned out they were really just
monkeying around as neither
gorilla ended up hitting the other.
„
TERROR AS
VAN MAN
KILLS NINE
‘Zig-zagged across traffic’
® by ANTHONY WALTON
NINE people were killed and
16 injured when a speeding
van mounted the pavement
and mowed down pedestrians “like skittles”.
The vehicle deliberately zig-zagged
across four lanes of traffic for up to
a mile to hit people, witnesses said.
Some of the injured were fighting for
their lives in hospital after the incident
in Toronto, Canada.
The horror came just
a few miles from
where G7 ministers,
including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson,
were meeting today to
discuss terrorism and
cyber security.
A major investigation
was under way but it
remained unclear if
there is any terror link.
Onlookers told of their
horror as the van “just starting hitting
everybody” near a busy junction north
of the city’s downtown area.
The white rental van from the firm
Ryder was deliberately driven at
people at up to 80mph, they said. One
witness said: “Holy God, It was a
HORROR: The van and,
left, cops hold suspect
nightmare... It was a
gruesome scene. It was
really bad out there.”
Another added: “This
person was intentionally doing this, he
was killing everybody.”
The van sped off but
was later brought to a halt with armed
police arresting the driver.
Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau said:
“Our thoughts are with all those affected. Thank you to the first responders –
we’re monitoring the situation closely.”
tony.walton@dailystar.co.uk
**
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
VISION: Pop star Abz
‘Devil
talked
me off
drugs’
TRAGIC CHEF MATT
RUNNING FOR DAD
Death sparks
surge of cash
®Ê
TALENTED:
Matt on
MasterChef.
Tributes were led
by Marcus
Wareing, below
® by RUTH McKEE
CHARITY cash poured in last
night to honour MasterChef star
Matt Campbell after his death in
the London Marathon.
FIVE’S Abz Love says
coming face to face with
the devil helped him
overcome his drug
addiction.
The former boyband
singer struggled when the
band split up in 2001.
And he told ITV’s Loose
Women yesterday he
considered jumping into
the River Thames.
But he decided to sort his
life out when he bumped
into Lucifer.
The 38-year-old, who has
been clean for five years,
told the shocked panel:
“There was a few
incidents. I met the devil as
well, which is pretty far
out. The funny thing was it
looked like me. I don’t
know what it was.
“But I was so far off and
I remember my heart
palpitations. They were
punching through my
chest into the mattress.
“It happened twice, then
I heard a voice say: ‘One
more time – you’ve got one
more time at this and that’s
it.’ I knew then I had to
sort my life out.”
The 29-year-old collapsed in 24C heat as
he tackled the famous event in memory
of his late father.
Medics tried to revive him after he flagged
at the 22.5-mile mark on Sunday but he died
later in hospital.
Well-wishers immediately pumped cash
into the cook’s Brathay Trust charity after
hearing of the tragedy.
Donations to his JustGiving website for the
Cumbrian youngsters’ organisation rose
from £2,000 to more than £75,000 yesterday.
The private chef, who appeared on
MasterChef: The Professionals last year, had
finished the Manchester Marathon two weeks
ago in two hours, 56 minutes and 50 seconds.
In a blog uploaded days before the
London race, the chef posted a recipe for the
energy snacks he said were his “secret
weapon” for bagging such a speedy time.
Memory
He wrote: “I’m currently on my rest week.
Last week was the Manchester Marathon
where I managed to run 2:56:50 and finally
achieve sub three.
“Next week I have the London Marathon
and I’ve had quite a few messages from people
asking what I tend to eat building up to a run.
This recipe is my secret weapon.”
The event was the hottest on record and
medics helped exhausted runners into medical tents after dozens collapsed in the heat.
Ultra-fit Matt had pledged to do the
marathon in memory of his dad Martin, who
passed away 18 months ago.
On his JustGiving fundraising page, he
wrote: “The past year and a half have been
the toughest of my life but his spirit and
energy live on in me. He was the most
inspirational man in my life and was the one
who said: ‘Go on, why don’t you give it a go? I
know you can do it.’”
MasterChef judge Marcus Wareing led
tributes to Matt, saying: “He was a talented,
innovative and driven chef
with a bright future.
“My thoughts are with
his friends and family.”
A MasterChef spokesman
said: “It was a privilege to
have Matt on the show.
“He will always be remembered for producing some
of the most innovative and
groundbreaking food that
we saw.”
In a statement from his
agents GolborneNash, a
spokesman said: “He was
a stellar talent, wildly
creative and a beautiful
human being.”
The Star Says: Page 6
STAR
THE Crask
Inn has been
blessed by a bishop
so it can hold services
as well as serve pints
in Lairg, Sutherland,
after being given to a
Scottish church.
BURST
THE Ministry of Defence
has come under fire over
claims it spent money
intended for military
charities.
Shadow Defence
Secretary Nia Griffith
accused the department of
a misjudgment and
claimed monies allocated
from the Libor fund were
spent on core services.
The fund was set up to
help veterans using money
from fines imposed on
bankers involved in the
Libor scandal.
Defence Minister Tobias
Ellwood said he would look
at the details, saying there
was a grey area in how the
fund was allocated.
SLEEP WITH FISHES
THE world’s first
underwater residence is
due to open in the Maldives
with 180-degree views of
the Indian Ocean.
**
Picture: UNIVERSAL
MoD in
cash rap
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
SO SAD: Matt impressed the experts on MasterChef
Pressure on Katie
KATIE Price is under
mounting pressure
„
to make a big donation to
charity in the wake of her
epic marathon meltdown.
The reality star dropped
out of the race at around
the 15km mark.
She had pledged to
make it to the finish
in a bid to raise money
„
for the British Lung Foundation in honour of her
mum Amy, right, who has
chronic lung disease.
But she ditched her
fancy dress costume
of a pair of lungs, left,
along the course after
giving up in the 24C heat.
Followers raged: “You
should be ashamed
„
and make a huge
donation to charity.”
The former glamour
model just managed
to make her £2,000
fundraising total ahead
of the race.
A spokesman would not
comment on the star’s
plans to donate a
six-figure sum.
„
START: Runner before Sunday’s race
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6
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Says
Triple joy
for royals
WHAT fantastic news..
Another royal baby has arrived.
Prince
George
and
Princess
Charlotte’s little brother is the fifth in
line to the throne.
There has been less fanfare and
hysteria surrounding the birth of
William and Kate’s third child.
But it has still given the nation the
feel-good factor again. Amid so much
doom and gloom, it’s great to have
some cheery news.
If we’re not worrying about knife
crime, we’re being bored to death
by Brexit. And with the freezing
weather set to return this week, it’s a
nice little boost.
William and Kate clearly love being
parents – but they certainly have their
hands full now.
Bringing up one child under such
intense scrutiny is hard enough.
But judging by George and
Charlotte, they’ll do a terrific job with
their baby son.
We wish them all the best.
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Matt in all
our hearts
FOR most runners, the London
Marathon is an incredible experience of determination and pride.
It raises millions of pounds for charities and is brilliantly organised.
But there are occasional tragedies.
MasterChef star Matt Campbell was
a fit and healthy guy running his second marathon in just two weeks in
memory of his beloved dad.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to
his family. They will for ever be devastated each year when the marathon
takes place.
They may take heart from the
generosity shown by people who
never knew him. Donations have
flooded in to his fundraising page
from strangers touched by his death.
His legacy will be the thousands of
pounds going to the Brathay Trust,
which helps vulnerable children.
At least Matt’s family can take
away the consolation that he died
a hero.
Scrum do
RUGBY ace James Haskell has
booked Craig David to perform at
his wedding to Chloe Madeley.
Sounds great – as long as mum and
dad Richard and Judy don’t get up on
stage for a duet!
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FOOTBALL’s fiery Joey Barton is set to take
up the reins as gaffer of League One side
„
Fleetwood Town this summer.
It’s the latest shock chapter in a rollercoaster
“Who ever they are, I hope their f***ing
career that has seen the 35-year old involved in
fast runners.”
of that firm, mentally deficient, turn up at
countless
fi
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go
to
prison
and
be
banned
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prized ball bags.”
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ter-finals, I played like s***, here’s my book.’
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QPR, Burnley and England, has never
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most memorable quotes…
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What’s Sam got that I haven’t got?”
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„
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
TV pair
in KO
for own
show
CONGRATULATIONS
AND CELEBRATIONS
Beeb staff quote
Cliff Richard hit
after police raid
Pictures: MEGA
BOOST: Ant McPartlin
ANT and Dec have knocked
themselves off the top of
the telly ratings chart.
The opening episode of
Saturday Night Takeaway,
which aired in February,
had been the most watched
show on ITV this year with
9million viewers.
But now Britain’s Got
Talent, which the pair host
every year, has toppled it.
Official figures for the
launch show on April 14
revealed it attracted 10.6m
viewers.
It featured magician
Marc Spelmann and
escapologist Matt Johnson.
It peaked at 12m viewers.
A source said: “Ant and
Dec really are the kings
of telly. They must be
the only stars who can
knock themselves off the
top slot.”
It will be welcome news
for troubled Ant McPartlin.
The Geordie, who was
treated for drink and drug
addiction last year, is
currently back in rehab
after he pleaded guilty to a
drink-drive charge last
week. He was fined £86,000
and banned for 20 months.
® by JACK ANDREWS
BBC bosses quoted Sir Cliff Richard’s
hit Congratulations before sending a
helicopter to film a police raid on his
home over sex claims.
They boasted about the “unmissable scoop” and
praised reporter Dan Johnson.
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Top Gun
at £215k
ACTOR Val Kilmer’s outfit
from the hit movie Top
Gun has been listed for sale
on eBay for £215,000.
The helmet and flight suit
he wore as Iceman in the
iconic 1986 film were on
display at Disney World in
Florida for many years.
The outfit is now being
sold by a private collector.
Kilmer’s character Tom
“Iceman” Kazanski battled
Peter “Maverick” Mitchell,
played by Tom Cruise, for
the Top Gun title in the
film. It is now rumoured a
sequel is in the pipeline.
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The Corrie actor, 30, who
„
plays David Platt, enjoyed a
few drinks with his blonde beau
in Rome’s Pantheon Square.
Later they ate on a floating
eaterie on the River Tiber.
But at the High Court yesterday they were accused
of knowing Mr Johnson had used shady tactics in
order to get the story.
In an email headed “SIT DOWN WHEN YOU READ
THIS” former North of England editor Declan Wilson
outlined their exclusive
story to BBC UK news
editor Gary Smith.
Mr Smith replied with
the well-known lyric: “Congratulations and jubilations, I want the world to
know I’m happy as can be.”
He ended the email:
“…WOW.”
Mr Johnson had bragged
about having South Yorkshire Police “over a
barrel”.
Sir Cliff’s lawyer Justin
Rushbrooke alleged Mr
Wilson covered up the fact
he should have stopped the
story after learning about
the journalist’s “heavy
SUING: Sir Cliff
handed approach”.
Mr
Rushbrooke
said
BBC editors did what they
could to protect the “sensational” story.
He said: “You were both
pretty excited about this,
weren’t you?”
“It was a massive story,”
replied Mr Wilson.
He said he never got the
feeling that Mr Johnson
had been “strong-arming”
the police.
“I was proud, it was a
proud moment,” he said.
“I felt everything I did
was right, if anything troubled me I would have
referred upwards, nothing
gave me that impression.
“There isn’t a culture at
REPORTER: Johnson
the BBC of getting stories
in a bad way.” After the
story went live, Mr Wilson did not reply to an email
from his boss setting out their concerns about the
“blackmail” and allegations from the police force about
Mr Johnson’s “tactics”.
He just asked Mr Johnson: “Is there anything you
need to tell me?”
But Mr Johnson’s answers “didn’t trouble him”.
Sir Cliff is suing the BBC after it named him and
broadcast dramatic helicopter footage of police searching his flat in Sunningdale, Berks, in August 2014.
They also sent reporters to his properties in Portugal
and Barbados. The hearing continues.
jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk
Honey’s hope
GRANNY’S A BIT KRANKIE
JIMMY Krankie came close to
joining Hollyoaks.
Amy Conachan, who plays
Courtney Campbell, revealed
actress Janette Tough nearly
became her on-screen grandmother. She said: “I did know it
was a possibility. And it would
have been pretty amazing.
“I think a lot more Scottish
fans would have tuned in. I grew
up watching her in panto and
then suddenly she’d be playing
my gran – it would be hard to get
my head around that.”
SOAP: Jimmy
X FACTOR flop Honey G is eyeing up a new
job as a soap star.
The rapper, real name Anna Gilford, thinks
her acting skills will rejuvenate her career
after her 2016 stint on the talent show.
Honey, 37, said: “I do love the soaps. Corrie
or Emmerdale – I’d give either a try. Watch
this space.”
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Pictures: TIM MERRY; PA; REX
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Your
CHUNKIEST
ROYAL BABY
FOR 100YRS
®ÊÊ
HAPPY: Royal fans
celebrate in Union
Jack suits yesterday
® by KATE NELSON
PRINCESS Kate celebrated
giving birth yesterday to the
heaviest royal baby in more
than 100 years.
The chubby bundle weighed in at
8lb 7oz – chunkier than both his
siblings, his dad, grandad Charles
and uncle Harry.
SISTER: Princess Charlotte
Prince William, 35, was at his wife’s
side to welcome the little whopper on
St George’s Day.
He was a surprise as the couple
chose not to find out the gender of
their third child.
They showed off their new baby
to the waiting press on the hospital
steps just before 6pm.
A huge cheer erupted as Kate
waved to the crowds.
William then placed his son in
the back of their car before
driving his family home to
Kensington Palace.
He said he was “very happy”.
Referring to his other children,
Wills joked it was now “three
times the trouble”.
Excited
The Duchess wore a red dress
and heels and had freshly styled
hair. William’s mum, Princess
Diana, was pictured wearing
a similar dress in 1984 with
baby Harry.
Kate’s first tot, Prince George,
weighed in at 8lb 6oz and the
second, Charlotte, 8lb 3oz.
Her third arrived at 11.01am
yesterday, just five hours after
Kate, 36, went in the Lindo Wing
of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, west London.
And his excited siblings, aged
four and two, visited their baby
brother yesterday afternoon.
A Kensington Palace spokesman said the Queen and the
rest of the Royal Family were
“delighted with the news”.
Top celebrities and politicians
rushed to congratulate Wills and
Kate on their new son.
PM Theresa May said: “My warmest congratulations to the Duke and
Duchess of Cambridge on the birth
of their baby boy. I wish them great
happiness.”
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn added: “I wish them all the very best.”
Cheeky comedian David Walliams
BROTHER: Prince George
joked: “Prince Harry just got demoted
again.”
Boxing
legend
Frank
Bruno
tweeted:
“Congratulations to Prince
William and Kate on the
arrival of their baby.”
Royal fans have camped
outside the hospital for
weeks. John Loughrey and
his pal Terry Hutt waited
for 15 days dressed head to
¬ÊThe new prince is fifth in line to the throne.
toe in Union Jack clothing.
¬ÊHe is the Queen’s sixth great-grandchild.
Mr Loughrey, 63, from
¬ÊThe birth will be celebrated with a 41-gun salute in
Streatham in south LonGreen Park or Hyde Park today.
don, said: “I’m so pleased
¬ÊUnion Jacks will fly at full mast on public
it’s St George’s Day.”
government buildings.
Kensington Palace said
¬ÊKate had the same team of medics for the birth as
the baby’s name would be
for her previous children.
announced in due course.
¬ÊThe new baby will live in a large apartment in a
Arthur is already the
wing of Kensington Palace.
¬ÊIt is similar to a four-storey town house and boasts bookies’ favourite.
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Royal Hugeness
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Picture: REUTERS
®Ê
TRIBUTE: Harry
and Meghan
Markle attended the
ceremony. Right
Stephen and
Baroness Lawrence.
ANNUAL DAY TO
HONOUR STEPHEN
THE death of murder victim Stephen
Lawrence is to be marked on April 22
each year by a national commemoration of his life and legacy.
Theresa May said the date will be
known as Stephen Lawrence Day.
She spoke at a memorial service to
mark the 25th anniversary of Stephen’s
racist killing.
His father Neville said last night:
“That is one of the best things I have
® by ROSS KANIUK
heard for years. I will sleep peacefully
in my bed tonight.”
His mother Baroness Lawrence said:
“Stephen Lawrence Day will be an
opportunity for young people to use
their voices.”
Prince Harry, fiancée Meghan
Markle and Jeremy Corbyn also attended the service in central London.
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Crash dad’s close call
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Pictures: SWNS
SMASH:
James
and damaged
bike. Right,
the wrecked
front of bus
FAREWELL: Matley
Band’s
tribute
to star
Timmy
FRIENDS and family of
Overtones singer Timmy
Matley “celebrated his life”
in a funeral that saw his
bandmates perform.
The 36-year-old died
earlier this month
following a long battle with
skin cancer.
He was buried at his
family’s local church in
Kilcully, Cork, in the south
of Ireland.
His bandmate Lachie
sang at the ceremony
and one guest revealed:
“There wasn’t a dry eye left
in the church.”
After the funeral the
band toasted their chum
with glasses of Guinness.
Sharing a snap of
their drinks on social
media, they wrote: “To
our brother.”
The Overtones have
cancelled performances
later this month as
they come to terms with
Timmy’s death.
They tweeted: “The boys
will be in touch with you
all soon and have asked
us to thank you all for
your condolences and
understanding.”
CAR
SILVER is still
Britain’s most
popular car colour
but research by RAC
Insurance shows black
is surging back – adding
nearly 500,000 cars in a
year – and is poised
to overtake.
BURST
Emma ‘is
Belo par’
BIG Brother star Brian
Belo has blasted show host
Emma Willis.
The former champ, who
won the eighth BB series
in 2007, says Emma wants
to be like the programme’s
former presenter
Davina McCall.
But Brian reckons Emma
and Big Brother’s Bit On
The Side host Rylan ClarkNeal “can’t present”.
In a long rant on Twitter,
he wrote: “It’s like, we
all get that you wanted to
be Davina!
“But there’s only one
Davina! It’s too much to
take now!”
COPS GO DIGITAL
POLICE in Florida used a
dead man’s finger to try
to unlock a mobile phone
they believed held clues to
the owner’s killing.
„
CYCLIST
James
Wilkinson was
saved by his mobile
phone when he was
hit by a bus.
Medics believe
the phone in his
back pocket prevented
him from suffering a
severe spinal injury and
possible paralysis.
James, 39, was one
of four people injured
when the bus went out of
control in Prestbury,
near Cheltenham,
Glos, on Friday.
He was thrown onto the
windscreen and dropped
„
to the ground moments
before the bus crashed
into a house.
A doctor said the
phone took the worst
of the impact and may
have saved him from
permanent injury.
Triathlete James
recently qualified as
a bus driver himself – and
just the day before the
crash was helping to
train other drivers in
bike awareness.
The dad of two said:
“Not many cyclists
get hit by a bus and
survive, let alone walk
again on the same night.”
„
„
I SAVED LIFE OF
STALKER WITH
SLASHED
NECK
Horror as obsessed ex knifes himself
A MUM saved her obsessed stalker when he
stabbed himself in the
neck outside her home.
Wendy Miles had dumped
Keith Richmond, only for him
to start following her.
The 59-year-old was
spotted outside her
home in his car and
hiding in bushes.
She left home one
day and found him
in his car with a steak
knife sticking out of
his throat.
Wendy, a 55-year-
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
old former Army medic, said the
scene was “horrific” as she desperately tried to stem the bleeding.
She said: “There was bright red
blood everywhere and he was drifting in and out of consciousness.
“I called an ambulance, then I went
back to try to stem
the bleeding.”
Richmond had
only missed his
jugular
vein
by millimetres
and was lucky
to survive. He
DRAMA: Richmond and Wendy
turned up back outside Wendy’s
flat in Barry, Glamorgan, after leaving hospital three days later.
She ended their relationship after
he became too controlling.
As well as turning up at her home,
he left sinister voicemails, saying:
“If I can’t have you then no-one else
will have you either.”
Richmond, of St Nicholas, admitted harassment and was handed a
five-year restraining order and a
16-week suspended jail sentence by
Cardiff magistrates.
Speaking after the sentencing,
Wendy said: “I don’t believe any
restraining order will stop him.”
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
LUCKY: James with phone
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
JUSTIN ROLLS
BACK YEARS
THE Vaccines are feeling emotional to be supporting “legends”
The Rolling Stones on tour.
The lads warm up for Mick and
Keef at Southampton’s St Mary’s
May 29, five years after they did
the same at Hyde Park.
Justin Young told me:
“When you see these legends
it’s a stark reminder that we
are still in a time where the
first generation of rock and
pop stars are alive.
“But we are coming to
the end of that
and it reminds
you how young
pop music is.”
The band’s new album Combat
Sports even has a song called
Rolling Stones on it.
Justin added: “The whole record
is an homage and the lyric is,
‘when you’re mouth is as big as
the Rolling Stones’. We wrote
it in the Stones’ old offices
in Wandsworth... It’s
our own Moves Like
Jagger.”
Liam
Gallagher,
Florence
+
The
Machine
and
Richard Ashcroft
are among the
other Stones
supports.
PUERTO Rican singer
Daddy Yankee has
announced a show
at the SSE Arena
Wembley. Following
the huge success of
Despacito he will
perform with special
a
guest Natti Natash
on August 10.
WORLD
PAUL McCartney is
still the daddy of UK
music as the most
played PRS songwriter
internationally in 2017.
Ed Sheeran was most
streamed PRS writer
while the Top 2 UK
tours were Take That
and Little Mix.
WORLD
How Cal
got Lipa
service!
HARRIS DUA BREAK
CALVIN Harris has laughed off
“creepy” rumours he’s been getting
close with Dua Lipa – saying he’s old
enough to be her dad.
The pair, who’ve teamed up for new
song One Kiss, were reportedly
flirting at the BRITs. But the
DJ joked he’s more of
a father figure.
Calvin laughed: “We
shot the video on
Friday,
and
it’s
amazing and I mean
that in the most noncreepy way, she looked
great. But I’ve met her dad
and I am about
his age!”
The Scotsman, 34, did
admit stalking Dua for
their No1 track because
she wasn’t keen at first.
He revealed he sent
her a demo then texted
her when he heard
nothing. He said:
“She listened to it
again and really liked
it but in the meantime
someone from her label said: ‘Oh yeah Dua
hates dance music, she hates any dance
music so she probably won’t do it.’”
Dua, 22, eventually came around and
they hooked up in the US. “She had
like a four-hour window in LA,” said
Calvin. “She nailed it super quick.”
Pictures: REDFERNS;GETTY
HOT ROD
SIR Rod Stewart used
to get tired of women
throwing themselves
at him.
It peaked during his
stint in The Faces
with Ronnie Wood.
Rod said: “Women
would literally
throw themselves
at us. It really
was: ‘Oh not
again tonight,
Ronnie!’
“Things have
changed for the good.”
At a BFI screening of
1965 TV documentary
Rod The Mod the
73-year-old ruled
out retirement.
He said: “I’ve got the
best job in the world.
I’ve got a better job
than Trump.
“There’s a new album
coming out in September called Blood Red
Roses, all new songs by
Rod, and life is good.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
13
JAMES CABOOTER’S
with SAM
MAYERS
Bella: I’ve
Had stick
Louisa
is peri
nice...
FANCY going on a Peri hot dinner date
with Louisa Johnson?
Well now’s your chance because the
former X Factor winner wants to take
somebody out to Nando’s.
All you have to do is upload a video
showing your talent – dancing, singing,
cooking to ‘Yes’ on @musically.uk with
the hashtag #YesToLouisa.
Go to Louisa’s Instagram for full details.
SHE might grace catwalks
the world over but Bella
Hadid still lives in the
shadow of sister Gigi.
The younger Hadid
explained:
“It
happens
quite
often that someone tells me: “I
prefer Gigi,” or
“You
are
a
copy of Gigi.”
Well,
if
it is any
consolation Bella, you
are my
favourite.
IN GOOD
NICKI
NICKI Minaj has given us a sneak
preview of her racy stage costumes.
The rapper, back with two new songs
Barbie Tingz and Chun-Li, posted some
of her raunchiest looks.
After teasing the “best album I’ve ever,
ever, ever created in my life” Nicki
confirmed she’s preparing for a world tour.
She added: “US first. Then ALL AROUND
THE WORLD. BUT THERE’S another
surprise you won’t know.” I hope
she packs some talc to get out
of her latex outfits...
PROF’S BIG
STAGE FEAR
PROFESSOR Green has opened up about
his ongoing battle with anxiety, and
revealed he was terrified of supporting The
Stone Roses.
He told Rollacoaster magazine: “I’ve gone
through most of my life with anxiety and
I’ve always fought against that.
“I walked out on stage supporting The
Stone Roses in front of 75,000 people and
it was not a very comfortable situation but
I did it and I turned it around as well.”
ARI IS
OH SO
TEAR
ARIANA Grande’s
comeback single is
fighting Calvin
Harris and Dua
Lipa for No1.
Her first song
since the Manchester
Arena bombing, No
Tears Left To Cry,
is less than 1,000
combined sales
behind One Kiss.
It would be Ariana’s
third No1 single if
it lands.
Meanwhile in the
Official Chart update
Avicii looks set to
re-enter the Top
20 with Wake
Me Up
following
his death.
Cardi
twerks
on her
bump
HIDING her
growing baby
bump is
almost
impossible
now for
Cardi B.
But it
didn’t stop her
from twerking and
getting down low
with back-up dancers
as she performed at
Coachella. She joked:
“They say the more you
move the easier it will come
out, so I’m just encouraging
it...” I can imagine getting
up will soon prove
difficult.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Queen
Claire’s
payday
victory
THE Crown actor Matt
Smith claims his gender
pay gap with co-star Claire
Foy has been resolved.
His comments suggest
Claire, who played the
Queen in the first two
series, may have been paid
extra to match his salary.
The former Doctor Who
actor claimed he was
“pleased it was resolved”
and “they made amends for
it because that’s what
needed to happen”.
Bosses at broadcasting
company Left Bank
revealed Matt, playing
Prince Philip, had earned
more than Claire.
Matt spoke out on
Sunday night in New
York at the world premiere
of his new biopic,
Mapplethorpe, at the
Tribeca Film Festival.
He said: “Claire is one of
my best friends, and
I believe we should be paid
equally and fairly. There
should be equality for all.
“I think we should all
bear in mind that we need
to strive to make this better
and a more even playing
field for everyone.”
Netflix and Left Bank
majority shareholder
Sony Pictures Television
Production did not
comment on what Matt
has said.
NICK A CAR? JUST GO
ONLINE FOR £100 KIT
Yobs buy gadgets to break into vehicles
® by KATE NELSON
THIEVES are buying gadgets
off Amazon and eBay for as
little as £100 to steal cars.
The devices help criminals to hack
into key fobs to snatch vehicles.
Police chiefs have blasted the online
giants for making it easy to nab motors.
David Jamieson – police and crime
commissioner for the West Midlands,
where vehicle thefts have risen by 80%
– has now demanded they take action.
He said: “Somebody could have bought
a gizmo, ordered it last night, have it
delivered this morning and be stealing
your car with it today.
“These devices shouldn’t be openly on
the market for sale.
“I have written to both eBay and
Amazon asking them to remove the sale
of these devices off their websites.”
Mr Jamieson added: “I was told by
eBay they would take them off.
“However, we found they were all
still on the site the following morning.
They are helping criminals
and it is irresponsible.”
Thieves can break into
cars using lock-picking
gadgets that cost just £21.
An electronic key programmer, bought on eBay
for £130, can then be used to
bypass the security system.
Recovery
It hacks the computer to
allow it to accept a blank
key that can be bought from
Amazon for £4.99.
More than 86,000 cars
were stolen in 2016 with
vehicle crime doubling in
some areas of the UK.
Peter Thompson of CanTrack Global, a stolen vehicle recovery service, said
thefts involving the devices
were “very common” and
that Amazon and eBay “are
unwittingly allowing the
availability of the latest
electronic attack tools”.
An
eBay
spokesman
insisted it does not allow its
users to sell lock pickers or
key programmers. He said:
“We will continue to remove
them, they are prohibited
on our site.”
Amazon declined to comment last night.
STAR
BEING wed
slashes the risk
of dying from skin
cancer as a spouse
is likely to spot
something and tell their
loved one to see a GP,
according to
US research.
BURST
kate.nelson@dailystar.co.uk
Stag Brit
body find
Binslet’s
glass act
KATE Binslet and Jar Jar
Clinks are among the
names suggested for two
new glass recycling trucks.
They will be put to a
public vote alongside
Michael Recycle and
Tyra Bring Banks.
Reading Council hopes
the Twitter and Facebook
poll will be as popular as
the notorious Boaty
McBoatface saga in 2016.
The people that came up
with the winning names
will get to join the vehicles’
maiden voyages.
EX-PLOSIVE SCARE
A WOMAN called the bomb
squad to her home in
Tavistock, Devon, after
finding a hand grenade left
by her former partner.
SNEAKY: Thieves can hack into motors
We promise we’ll never
put down a healthy dog.
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Lew socky horror
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LEWIS Hamilton breaks the
ultimate fashion taboo as he
steps out in socks and sandals.
The four-time Formula 1 king wore
Tommy Hilfiger gear as he prepared
to fly out from Heathrow to Baku for
the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. But the
33-year-old was slammed online for
his choice of footwear.
One disgusted fan tweeted:
“What’s with that daft trend with
socks and flip-flops, pitiful.”
„Ê
THE body of a British man
who went missing on a stag
weekend in Hamburg was
found yesterday.
Liam Colgan, 28, vanished
during his brother’s bash
in the German city in February. His body has been
recovered from the River
Elbe, The Lucie Blackman
Trust said.
The charity, which helps
the families of those missing abroad, added: “Mr Colgan’s driving licence was
in the pocket of the jacket
and the clothes were those
he was wearing the night
he disappeared.”
Chief executive Matthew
Searle said: “The search for
Liam has been joined by
thousands of people, both
German and British, and
we would like to thank all
of them for their support.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
James
tired of
Marvel
movies
FILM-maker James
Cameron is fed up of
Marvel’s stream of
superhero movies.
He says he is sick of
seeing the same films again
and again.
James said: “I’m hoping
we’re going to start getting
Avenger fatigue.
“Not that I don’t love the
movies. It’s just, come on,
guys, there are other
stories to tell.”
The 63-year-old has gone
in a slightly different
direction with the Avatar
sequels and calls it a
“generational family saga”.
He added: “I found
myself as a father of five
Sky walker
A DAREDEVIL is silhouetted against the
sunset as he edges his way across an 82ft
„
tightrope half a mile above Rio de Janeiro.
Photographer Rafael Moura snapped the
stuntman on Pedra da Gávea mountain.
The dramatic 2,769ft peak on the Brazilian
coast is one of the tallest in the world that
ends directly in the ocean.
„
FATIGUE: Cameron
starting to think about
what would an Avatar story
be like if it was a family
drama, if it was The
Godfather. So that’s really
what it is – a generational
family saga.”
And James has teased a
little about the plot of the
upcoming movies.
Promoting his new series,
AMC Visionaries: James
Cameron’s Story Of
Science Fiction, he said:
“It’s the same type of
setting and there’s the
same respect for the shock
of the new that we want to
show you things that not
only you haven’t seen, but
haven’t imagined.”
HEEL
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A MAN who filmed a pet
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partner’s pug responding to statements such as “sieg heil” by raising
its paw.
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THE founder of Brazil’s
Miss Bumbum competition
has called on women to
stop copying reality star
Kim Kardashian.
Cacau Oliver claims the
trend towards ever bigger
bottoms is “a cause for
national concern”.
He said: “Unfortunately
Kim Kardashian’s bottom
has redefined parameters
in the nation of the
bumbum. Every woman
wants their bum to look
exactly like hers, it’s
almost an obsession.”
JOKE CLAIM: Meechan and,
right, Hitler. Above, the dog
He was found guilty of posting “grossly
offensive” and “anti-Semitic and racist”
material on YouTube.
Meechan claimed he made the video as
a joke to annoy his partner, but she did
not subscribe to the channel.
Speaking outside Airdrie Sheriff
Court, near Glasgow, he said the decision
set a dangerous precedent for freedom
of speech.
But Sheriff Derek O’Carroll told him:
“The centrepiece of your video consists
of you repeating the phrase ‘gas the
Jews’ over and over again.
“Gas the Jews is repeated by you 23
times within a few minutes.”
Ross Brown, defending, said his
client was “tolerant and liberal”.
He said: “His difficulty, it seems,
was that he was someone who
enjoyed shock humour.”
Meechan said of the video: “It’s the
juxtaposition of having an adorable animal react to something vulgar, that was the
entire point of the joke.”
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Hurts” with such conviction, passion and sincerity, that it brought
tears to my eyes. I think Father
Ray deserved the Golden Buzzer.
However, I must not forget to give
credit to Jenny Darren, the 68
year old rock chic. She was brilliant. Mave, West Yorkshire
So Simon Cowell is facing
humiliation when Sinitta
dishes the dirt in her new book.
Yeah, like he’s going to let her
write anything derogatory about
him. LEO, LEEDS
Can’t watch Mountain Men
it’s an insult to people’s intelligence. Do them Yanks think we
are stupid. MR NICE GUY
Texan Million Dollar Dealers: Another load of American sh**e. SCOUSE
Now come on. There’s got to
be at least one person out
there that actually likes Mel &
Sue? LEO F
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starring muppets. What a
load of c**p. Asymmetrical
Please may we lock Katie
Hopkins, Katie Price and
Piers Morgan in a room together,
lock the door and throw away the
key? Southern Cazza, Hull
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London marathon, now that’s British.
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Katie Price. PUBLUNCH
supposed to protect our democracy
The Windrush immigrants who not to trample all over it with hobnailed
have lived in England for years and boots on. alan in teesdale
when will people get it into their
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heads road tax doesn’t exist. mr
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them the money they have paid in taxes coffee
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back? Road Runner
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what would happen if australia
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racist! CHARLTON GARRY
who migrated to their countries?
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there would be a right
nordic countries and got
carry on. jo
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sign due to Windand all the wealth going
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Do you think dolphins that have
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swam with humans bore the other
Who are the idiot tv people who dolphins with stories of how amazing it
want to bring Megan markle’s sis- is to swim with humans? Duffy
So Dawn French has hinted her
ter over to spoil the wedding. leave the
comedy days are coming to an end.
nasty piece of work in USA we all want
When did they start? Grant Hately
a happy day. nanny val
Heard a card from queen an phillip
The missus served me roast hyena
to a friend with a photo of them is
for dinner, the gravy was a laughto fetch 1oo grand. it wld be nice if the ing stock. MAC HAPPY MEAL
Q. When can a golfer hit two balls
fool who buys it donates that money
at the same time? A. When he
instead to the n.h.s. Swamp Duck
Camilla recalls being frozen in hor- stands on a rake in the bunker! Dave
ror after seeing ghost in mansion. Twowood
Police teaming up with beekeepers
she refused to return to mansion for
to catch nuisance swarms. There’ll
years but went back after renovation
work began. the ghost had disappeared. be a hive of activity from the criminals
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Record Of The Year at the
1991 Grammys?
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which country from 1969
to 2011?
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Hero’s
steps
of love
AN Army hero
„
who lost both
legs in Afghanistan
will walk his bride
down the aisle on a
bionic pair.
Ex-soldier James
Rose is getting ready
to marry 28-year-old
Naiomi Wise.
The 30-year-old,
from Marton,
Middlesbrough,
stepped on an
improvised explosive
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Province in
November 2009.
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WORLD CUP
ACES TO GET
A GAY CLUB
‘Meeting place’
at secret venue
® by ANDREW JAMESON
GAY footballers will have a
secret refuge where they can
meet up during the World Cup.
The venue will be at an “undisclosed
location” in St Petersburg, near England’s tournament base in Repino.
It is being organised by Pride House
International, which first set up rendezvous points for same-sex stars during the
2010 Winter Olympics.
The “club”, organised by the Russian
LGBT Sport Society, will be a place where
gay athletes can get to know each other.
But there are no openly gay footballers
due at the World Cup, so any visits would
likely be made undercover.
The haven is being set up despite rampant homophobia in Russia.
A guide for visiting fans warns gay
couples to avoid holding hands amid fears
of violence from gay-hating locals.
Piara Power, executive director of the
DATE SITE: Club will be in St Petersburg
equality in football campaign group FARE,
said: “The guide will advise gay people to
be cautious in any place which is not seen
to be welcoming to the LGBT community.
“The same message is there for black and
ethnic minority fans – do go to the World
Cup, but be cautious.
“If you have gay fans walking down the
street holding hands, will they face danger
in doing so? That depends on which city
they are in and the time of day.”
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MEMORIES: Stewart
Rocker
Dave
reveals
abuse
® by ROSS KANIUK
PARENTS have been told to
avoid giving their children too
much pocket money because
it is being used to buy drugs.
Barnaby Lenon, chairman of the
Independent Schools Council, warned
that youngsters are buying things that
are bad for them with the cash.
EURYTHMICS legend Dave
Stewart has revealed he
was abused as a lad during
a Scout camp.
Dave, 65, said it happened
at a camp they called Joe’s
Farm, where the man
called “Joe” would inspect
Scouts’ privates.
He said: “If you wanted
your ‘hygiene badge’ you
had to go up to see ‘Joe’,
where he examined our
particulars.”
“I didn’t think anything
of it at the time, but
months later I found my
mum sat at home with
a couple of policemen.
“She asked me if I’d got
my hygiene badge and
when I said yes, she burst
into tears.”
Writing in his memoirs,
called Sweet Dreams Are
Made Of This, Dave wrote
that “Joe” would wash
their private parts.
The Sunderland-born star
added: “When you’re a kid
you don’t know what’s
going on. It didn’t seem
weirdly perverse to me
then, just weird.”
Mr Lenon, a former headmaster at posh
school Harrow, was highlighting the rising
use of tranquilliser Xanax by teenagers,
following a recent survey that suggested
thousands were using it.
Xanax is the brand name for alprazolam,
a type of benzodiazepine. It is banned for
NHS use but is available in America, where
use by celebrities has boosted its profile.
Mr Lenon said: “Taking Xanax sounds a
terribly bad idea because they’ve got no
idea what it’s doing to their brains.
“The way to stamp out all these things is
POTFUL: Allowance is peril for some
for parents to stop giving their children
money. The root of all evil is teenagers
being given too much money.”
Meanwhile, a survey has revealed child
poverty has left some going to school without any breakfast. Teachers said hungry
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The reality star
with five-month-old
daughter Sunday
IT’S been the year from hell
for reality TV star Ferne
McCann after her thug boyfriend – and father of her
child – was caged for a club
acid attack.
But the former Towie star is bouncing back with a megabucks deal for
a new fashion range, her own television series and a lifestyle overhaul.
Last April, while Ferne was pregnant,
her then boyfriend Arthur Collins
injured 14 revellers in a nightclub when
he threw acid.
Now she finally feels she is putting her
world back together thanks to a string
of big-money work offers and, of course,
her adorable baby Sunday.
Despite only giving birth in November,
the new mum is in better shape than
ever. And she has landed a deal for her
own fashion collection with Miss Pap,
shown here for the
first time.
Ferne, who also has
a toiletries range with
Poundland, says: “I
am so excited to be
doing a collection
with Miss Pap.
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the run, only to be nabbed by cops days
later. He was sentenced to 20 years
behind bars.
But Ferne has not been able to escape
her ex – who has demanded his legal
right to see Sunday.
Ferne originally hoped her daughter
would never have to see the jailbird but
after an exchange of letters between
their lawyers, decided not to fight
Collins over the issue.
Last week she travelled 440 miles
from Essex to maximum security Full
Sutton prison in York with the fivemonth-old.
And she now believes it is right to let
Sunday make the decision about whether she wants to see
her dad or not when
she’s older.
Ferne is also looking incredible after
revamping her diet
and lifestyle.
While she enjoyed a
night out with pals on
Sunday, that is now a
rare event.
Lifestyle
“Since having Sunday, I have wanted to
She says: “My mum
was looking after Sunfeel sexy and look
good and this showday but I don’t go out
cases just that.
all the time now I’ve
got a baby.”
“It’s a look inside
my wardrobe from
And even though
comfies to going out
there was a McDonlooks
with
your
ald’s to finish up
girlies. I’m so buzzTELL ALL: On time with Collins the night, Ferne is
now a fan of clean
ing!” But she admits
being a mum to Sunday is what got her living.She is on a Herbalife plan
though the darkest of days.
after being introduced to the weight
“If I didn’t have her, I just would have management tool by former Towie pal
been depressed,” says Ferne.
Danielle Armstrong.
The Essex girl, 27, has also bagged her
And Ferne says: “I live a very clean,
own reality show, First Time Mum, healthy lifestyle. I feel body confident.
which airs next month.
It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle.
“I’ve only recently returned to the gym
She is currently in her last few days of
filming the three-part fly-on-the-wall – you have to be careful after having a
series which follows her coping with baby and allow your body to recover.
being a single mum.
“I love weights and I don’t focus on
“I’m winging it, but isn’t that what cardio any more.”
Ferne is also finally letting go of her
everyone does?” she admits.
A one-off show in December was a anger and hurt towards her ex.
surprise ratings hit and bosses at ITVBe
She says: “Sometimes letting go is a
are expecting even higher viewer num- huge relief.
bers this time.
“I had to let my anger go for the sake
Ferne has agreed to spill the beans on of my own sanity and to be the best
her relationship with Collins and the possible mum to Sunday.
aftermath of the acid attack.
“And I’m beginning to come out the
He was found guilty of spraying the other side. Time has helped me to realliquid over the crowd at a packed night- ise things do get better and I have so
club in east London during last year’s much to be grateful for.”
Easter bank holiday weekend. At least ¬The Ferne McCann Collection launch14 people were injured. Collins went on es on misspap.co.uk at 6pm tomorrow.
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TV GUIDE
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6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Rip Off Britain: Food (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
The team visits properties in Cheshire,
Hertfordshire and West Bromwich. (S)
11.00 Heir Hunters (W) (S)
11.45 The Housing Enforcers (W)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Two teams
compete in Newbury, Berkshire. (R)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 BBC Regional News
1.45 Doctors Ayesha gets entangled
in a damaged relationship between
two neighbours, Mrs Tembe sets the
staff a task and Karen tries to get
through to James. (AD) (W) (S)
2.15 800 Words George has a new
noisy neighbour, and it is the occupant
of the house up the road that he
wanted to buy, and the seat of his
childhood memories. (AD) (W) (S)
3.00 Escape To The Country
Jonnie Irwin is rural property hunting
in Argyll and Bute with a couple from
Ayr who want to invest their £350,000
budget in a property with priceless
countryside views. (AD) (W) (S)
3.45 Flipping Profit Antiques expert
art valuer Kate Bliss, trader Danny
Sebastian and upcycler Stu Abbott
head to Ludlow to find bargains they
can turn into profit. (AD) (W) (S)
4.30 Flog It! Featuring previously
unseen finds from the show. (R) (W)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News At Six, Weather
6.30 BBC Regional News
6.00 Flog It! Trade Secrets (R)
6.25 Heir Hunters (R) (W) (S)
7.10 The Super League Show
Tanya Arnold introduces action
from the latest matches. (W) (S)
8.00 Sign Zone: Sea Cities –
Bristol (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
10.00 Live Snooker: The World
Championship Jason Mohammad
presents coverage of the opening
session on day four at the Crucible
Theatre in Sheffield, featuring Ding
Junhui v Xiao Guodong and Stuart
Bingham v Jack Lisowski. (W) (S)
12.00 Daily Politics (W) (S)
1.00 Live Snooker: The World
Championship Hazel Irvine
introduces the second session on day
four in Sheffield, where the first round
continues at the Crucible Theatre with
Luca Brecel v Ricky Walden and Mark
Williams v Jimmy Robertson. Brecel’s
match is scheduled to conclude this
afternoon, but the Belgian needs to
improve on his recent form if he is
to progress to the last 16. (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts
the quiz in which the winners of
famous gameshows work as a team
to tackle a new set of challengers
hoping to win a cash prize. (R) (W) (S)
6.30 Britain In Bloom Chris Bavin
meets members of the community in
Derbyshire, as they aim to create a
centrepiece Bug Hotel for their entry
into the Britain In Bloom contest. (W)
6.00 Good Morning Britain (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Showbiz stories,
cooking and celebrity gossip. (W) (S)
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 stories making the
newspaper headlines. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women Topical debate
from a female perspective. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News
1.55 Regional News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
criminal barrister Robert Rinder as
he takes on real-life cases. (W) (S)
3.00 Tenable Quiz hosted by Warwick
Davis in which a family of five from
Kent answers questions about top-ten
lists from the realms of pop culture
and general knowledge. They then try
to score a perfect ten in the final round
to take home the prize money. (W)
3.59 ITV Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show, in
which contestants drop tokens down
a choice of four chutes in the hope of
winning the jackpot. (W) (S)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as Simon, Eraj, Amanda
and Drina answer general knowledge
questions and work as a team to take
on quiz genius the Chaser. (W) (S)
6.00 Regional News, Weather
6.30 ITV Evening 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
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.30 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
9.00 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
9.35 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
10.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) (S)
11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R)
12.00 Channel 4 News Summary
12.05 Coast Vs Country
Sara Damergi and Kerr Drummond
help a couple looking to move to
North Wales, with John wanting the
sea close by, while wife Karen loves
the colours of the countryside. (R) (S)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers Featuring
racing silks owned by AP McCoy. (R)
2.10 Countdown With Chris
Packham in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Home
Or Away A decision between
Lancaster and Marseillan. (R) (S)
4.00 Escape To The Chateau:
DIY Billy, Gwendoline and Michael
locate their heating problem. (AD) (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The second visit
is to the Kilpeck Inn in Herefordshire
where head chef Ross Williams and
front of house manager Kath Capel
consider no detail too small. (R) (S)
5.30 Buy It Now A Somerset duo
demonstrate their product to help
kids during car journeys. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons (R) (S)
6.30 Hollyoaks British soap. (R) (S)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for children.
9.15 The Wright Stuff
Matthew Wright and guests talk
about themajor issues of the day. (S)
11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Paul and Steve make an
extraordinary discovery. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A patient visits the surgery concerned
about patches on his skin. (R) (S)
1.10 Access Latest showbiz news.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.15 NCIS A Homeland Security
employee goes missing and the
team’s investigation becomes
complicated when it emerges the
man’s spouse used to be married to
both Gibbs and Fornell. (AD) (R) (S)
3.15 FILM: Secrets Of Eden 2012
(12) A small community is shocked
when a local man murders his wife,
then kills himself. A detective uncovers
evidence of an affair between the
dead woman and the town’s pastor
and begins to suspect he may be
implicated in the tragedy. Drama,
starring John Stamos. (W) (S)
5.00 5 News, Weather (R) (S)
5.30 Neighbours Jane’s search
for information on her former home
gains momentum. (AD) (R) (S)
6.00 Home And Away Justin is
taken aback when his daughter Ava
turns up out of the blue. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
EASTENDERS:
Arshad worries
when he
discovers the
CCTV has been
vandalised,
7.30pm
TOP OF THE
SHOP WITH
TOM KERRIDGE:
The chef offers
four sweetmakers
the chance to test
their products
on the public,
8pm
EMMERDALE:
Ross hopes
for justice as
the trial gets
underway,
7pm
HOLLYOAKS:
Esther reveals
some truths
that could
jeopardise
Darcy and
Jack’s future,
6.30pm
THE
YORKSHIRE
VET:
Peter Wright
is asked to
help relocate
a young
male deer,
8pm
7.00 The One Show
Live chat and topical reports,
presented by Matt Baker
and Alex Jones. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders The residents
are furious about Max’s return,
especially when they hear what
he has to tell them. (AD) (W) (S)
7.00 Antiques Road Trip
Christina Trevanion and James
Braxton begin their antiques hunt
in the Scottish Borders with a
1960s Jaguar at their disposal.
James resorts to torch light
as he rummages in the dark
for an occasional table. (W) (S)
7.00 Emmerdale Jimmy is
terrified of being ridiculed and
Graham makes a business
proposition to Megan. (W) (S)
7.30 Devon And Cornwall
Cops Documentary following the
work of police in the two counties
over a summer. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 Autumn In Loch Lomond
Two osprey chicks, Lonaig
and Murrin, begin their first
3,000-mile migration to West
Africa and cameras also follow
the journey of Atlantic salmon
and the birth of adders, the UK’s
only venomous snakes. (R) (S)
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8.00 Holby City Dominic is
confronted by a ghost from
the past and Sacha wants
to be the perfect boss when
Hanssen returns to work under
his leadership. Meanwhile, a
dangerous old flame crashes
back into Frieda’s life. (W) (S)
8.00 Top Of The Shop With
Tom Kerridge Sweetmakers
compete for a place in the final.
Wajeeha hopes her chocolate
bars can tap into the healthiereating market, while court officer
Gillian brings two cocktail flavours
of marshmallow. (AD) (W) (S)
8.00 This Time Next Year
Davina McCall meets a young
couple desperate to start a
family against all odds. She
also finds out about a single
mum looking for love, plus an IT
manager pledging to take
to the stage to perform. (W) (S)
8.00 Class Of Mum And Dad
It’s week three, and the parents
have settled in at Blackrod
Primary School, although some
still struggle with the rules. When
28-year-old Imogen arrives nearly
an hour late, Mrs Mead has no
choice but to send her out. (S)
8.00 The Yorkshire Vet
Julian Norton is called out to
a sick llama called Gus, while
Peter Wright is also called into
action. He also drops in on elderly
farmers the Greens to care for
their beloved lurcher, Ruben. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
0
9.00 The Split Leading divorce
lawyer, Hannah Stern, finds
business is personal when
she leaves the family firm for
rivals Noble & Hale, and finally
faces her father who walked
out 30 years ago. Drama,
starring Nicola Walker. (S)
9.00 Hospital Cancer operations
at Nottingham University
Hospitals are under threat of
being cancelled as the Trust has
run out of beds. As people lie on
trollies waiting to be admitted into
A&E, hundreds of mostly elderly
patients are stuck in hospital. (W)
9.00 Last Laugh In Vegas
The nine British entertainers
have spent more than a week
rehearsing for their dream gig in
the entertainment capital of the
world. However, with days to
go before the big night, a tragedy
hits Las Vegas. (AD) (W) (S)
9.00 Fatberg Autopsy:
Secrets Of The Sewers
Rick Edwards joins scientists
and sewer workers to perform
the first fatberg autopsy –
taken from the biggest blockage
of fat and human waste ever
found in the UK. (AD) (S)
9.00 Ben Nevis: The
Venomous Mountain
Examining Britain’s most iconic
mountain, created 350 million
years ago by the collapse of a
giant volcano. First climbed in
1771, it now receives more than
100,000 visitors a year. (S)
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10.00 BBC News At Ten
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.00 Cunk On Britain
Mark Lawson joins Philomena to
discuss the first half of the 20th
century. Diane Morgan stars. (W)
10.30 Newsnight, Weather
Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Evan Davis. (W) (S)
10.00 ITV News, Weather
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
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10.45 Rent For Sex: Ellie
Undercover A look at cases in
which landlords offered rooms in
exchange for sexual favours. (S)
11.15 The Botox Bust: Ellie
Undercover A look at medics
improperly prescribing Botox. (S)
11.45 Live At The Apollo
Jason Manford hosts an evening
of stand-up at the Apollo in
Hammersmith, London. (R) (W)
12.35-6.00 BBC News Catch up
with the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.00 The World’s Most
Luxurious Airline
Documentary revealing the
lengths to which Singapore
10.30 Regional News, Weather
Airlines has gone to create a
first-class suite for the super
10.45 The Cruise: Sailing The
wealthy, spending $850m over
Caribbean Captain Bob Oliver
the course of four years. (R) (S)
enjoys his last tour of duty before
11.00 Flight HS13 New series.
retirement. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
When her husband Simon
11.15 The Durrells The family
11.15 Snooker: The World
goes missing, Liv, who runs a
plans a party to celebrate Gerry’s
Championship Day four
design company, searches for
birthday, but the occasion
concludes in Sheffield, where the
the truth behind her spouse’s
is invaded by a swarm of
first round continued with Stuart
disappearance. (W) (S)
mosquitoes.
Louisa
worries
when
Bingham v Jack Lisowski and Neil
Spiros
locks
himself
in
a
room
to
Robertson v Robert Milkins. (W)
11.55 Ramsay’s Kitchen
sing sad songs. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
Nightmares USA The chef
12.05 Snooker: World
helps the owner of a Mexican
12.10 Jackpot247 Viewers are
Championship Extra Extended
restaurant in California. (R) (S)
offered the chance to participate
highlights of matches from the
first round on the fourth day at the
Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. (W) (S)
2.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef (AD)
(R) (SL) (W) (S) 3.05 Sign Zone:
Secret Agent Selection: WW2 (R)
4.05-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
in live interactive gaming from the
comfort of their sofas, with a mix of
roulette-wheel spins and lively chat.
(W) 3.00 Loose Women (R) (W) 3.45
ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S)
12.45 One Born Every Minute (R)
(S) 1.45 The Secret Life Of The Zoo
(R) 2.40 The Channel: The World’s
Busiest Waterway (R) (S) 3.35 Come
Dine Champion Of Champions (R)
(S) 4.30 Building The Dream (R) (S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
10.00 When TV Goes Horribly
Wrong Sarah Greene narrates
a compilation of infamous
moments from television
history when programmes went
disastrously wrong. Among
the incidents featured are the
death of Tommy Cooper in midperformance, an invasion
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Pets Make You Laugh Out
Loud 2 Compilation of animal antics.
8.25 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Street Crime UK: Caught
On Camera How CCTV and
technological advances are helping to
fight the huge rise in street crime. (AD)
10.05 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Will has to take extra music lessons.
10.40 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
11.05 Benefits Britain: Life On
The Dole Documentary following
the inhabitants of the seaside
village of Jaywick in Essex. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors
A have-a-go hero helps to tackle
a runaway drug driver. (S)
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Brian and Del recover
£4,000 from a recycling business. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents Paul Bohill and Steve
Pinner hit a snag when they try to
seize a taxi over a £3,000 debt. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace Part one of two.
4.30 Will & Grace Part two of two.
5.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Philip tries to lose weight. US sitcom.
5.30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
6.00 Neighbours Terese spends a
day with Piper and the two reconnect.
6.30 Home And Away
Willow learns the truth about Dean
and Colby’s accident. (AD) (S)
7.00 Police Interceptors
The interceptors’ skills are put to
the test as they go in hot pursuit of
tearaway teens and reckless youths.
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents try to evict a woman
who owes £6,000 in unpaid rent. (S)
9.00 FILM: Grown Ups 2 2013 (12)
Comedy sequel, with Adam Sandler.
11.00 FILM: 10,000 BC 2008
(12) Roland Emmerich’s fantasy
adventure, with Steven Strait, Camilla
Belle, Cliff Curtis and Joel Virgel. (S)
1.05 Gypsies On Benefits &
Proud 2.05 Celeb Trolls: We’re
Coming To Get You 3.05 When Kids
Kill 3.55 Access 4.00 Teleshopping
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9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Catch A Contractor
A contractor who turned a home
into a deathtrap at risk of collapsing.
9.30 Rookie Blue Andy’s romance
with Callaghan becomes complicated
as they disagree over how to handle
a witness in a crucial murder case.
10.15 Law & Order A television
crew discovers a dead body. (S)
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans
The team searches for a soldier
believed to have been a prisoner
of war in Afghanistan. (AD) (S)
12.10 NCIS: New Orleans A naval
psychologist is killed in close proximity
to a funeral procession. (AD) (S)
1.05 NCIS Part one of two. Ziva’s
father turns up unannounced.
2.00 Rookie Blue Andy’s father
– a former policeman – admits he
may have committed a serious crime
during an alcohol-induced blackout.
3.00 Law & Order Curtis uncovers
evidence of police corruption. (S)
4.00 Law & Order A janitor is found
murdered. Sam Waterston stars. (S)
5.00 FILM: Til Death Do Us Part
2014 (PG) Psychological thriller,
starring Haylie Duff and Ty Olsson.
6.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS The team tracks Bodnar’s
SUV to a remote house in the
countryside. Mark Harmon stars.
8.00 NCIS A cook from a US Navy
destroyer tells McGee and Gibbs he
believes someone is stalking him.
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The team investigates
when the wife of a popular writer
is accused of spousal abuse after
fighting with her stepdaughters. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The police suspect a
boy is being abused by his mentally ill
mother. Christopher Meloni stars. (S)
10.55 Law & Order: Special
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murdered. Christopher Meloni stars.
11.55 Taken Mills and John lead a
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WHAT’S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
are back in one another’s orbit
tonight it’s dissecting something
THERE’S a new legal
again, since he happens to work
even scarier – namely, a five-ton
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drama kicking off on BBC1
at this new firm she’s joined.
lump of fat.
tonight, called THE SPLIT
THE SPLIT: BBC1, 9pm
(9pm). Written by Abi Morgan, it
stars Nicola Walker as Hannah, a
successful divorce lawyer who’s
controversially quit the family firm
and hooked up with its biggest rival.
So, yes, a legal drama but a
domestic one as well.
Hannah and her lawyer mum
have a frosty relationship, for
example. Hannah and her dad
(Anthony Head) have pretty much
no relationship at all, since he
walked out 30 years ago.
And Hannah and an old flame,
some Dutch bloke called Christie,
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Hannah and her barrister husband
Nathan? Take a wild guess.
So anyway, first impressions?
I have to say it feels a bit
breathless to start with, the
dialogue too snappy and
implausibly smartypantsy. “Does
anyone in the real world actually
speak like this?” I found myself
wondering. But stick with it.
REMEMBER when Channel
4 got obsessed with animal
autopsies? An elephant, camel,
shark, whale and lots more. Well,
®Ê
It’s come from the sewers beneath
London’s South Bank – extracted
by a specialist team before it
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SEWERS (9pm), its contents paint
a grimly fascinating picture of the
sort of stuff we flush down our
loos and pour down our sinks.
I’m sparing you the details.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
JUST JANE
Vixen wants to
grab fella back
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Mum is
just full
of spite
Jealous
over her
rich guy
MY real mother isn’t
a very nice person
and I’m beginning to
regret ever tracking
her down.
I was adopted when
I was six weeks old.
My adoptive parents
were wonderful but
sadly died in 2013.
I thought finding
the woman who gave
birth to me would
allow me to fill in the
gaps, but she’s a
greedy, spiteful,
unpredictable
nightmare.
She clearly views
me as a meal ticket.
My adoptive parents
left me a house and
quite a lot of money
and she’s always after
handouts.
When I avoid her
she sulks or becomes
verbally abusive. My
best friends think I
should dump her.
They can see she’s
bringing me down,
but I feel guilty.
MY best mate is having an
affair with a very rich man
and I’m so envious.
Suddenly she’s striding
around like a princess
and I want some of that.
She’s behaving like one
of the characters out of
Made In Chelsea or Towie
and my life feels so stale
and boring in comparison.
I really fancy excitement,
fun and being treated to
nice things.
Any excuse to buy sexy
undies and have loads of
sex is fine by me.
My mate is visiting great
bars, restaurants and
hotel rooms and I feel I’m
being left behind.
Any time I ask her if he’s
got a mate or if I can tag
along too, she laughs in
my face. She calls me a
loser for still hanging
around in our old haunts
and seeing our same old
mates from school.
But what am I supposed
to do when she’s all but
abandoned me?
MY friend wants
bloke back.
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: You need
to start getting real
with her. Would a
long overdue heart to
heart help?
Treat her like you
would anyone else. Be
clear and firm about
what you are – and are
not – prepared to do.
If handing out money
isn’t your thing, then be
honest. Learn to say:
“I’m sorry, but no.”
Yes, she is your birth
mother and this must
be a very difficult time.
But what you don’t
want is for anyone to
view you as a soft
touch. Remember, she
survived perfectly well
before you came along
and you don’t actually
owe her anything.
The money your
adoptive parents left
you is security for your
future, it’s not to be
squandered.
Set your boundaries
and don’t allow anyone
else to take advantage.
AFRAID I
WILL BE
DUMPED
her
He and I have been dating for
six months, but she was with
him three years before that.
They split when she started an
affair with her much older boss.
She thought he was the bee’s
knees with his Aston Martin, his
brimming confidence and his
large expense account.
They started having sex in the
office and she dumped my bloke
by text.
I was the one who found him
sobbing in a doorway. He was off
his head on booze and goodness
knows what else.
The man was a mess and I
helped him back to mine where I
cleaned him up and gave him my
sofa for the night.
Filthy
When my mate heard that we
were dating she sent me a “good
luck” text.
She gloated that he was useless
and poor and that I was welcome
to him.
The next time I bumped into her
in town, she was sporting a
diamond ring and bragging about
the filthy weekend she’d just
enjoyed at a country hotel – courtesy of her flash boss, of course.
But now he’s traded her in for a
younger model.
She only found out when she
caught them at it over the boardroom table.
I hear that she went crazy and
threw a chair through a window.
Security were called and she was
escorted out of the building.
Now she’s working for her uncle
in his building supplier company
DITCHED DEMON: Sugar daddy has dumped her pal and now she’s back to grab old flame
and is feeling very sorry for herself. In short, she wants her old
man back. But he’s with me now.
How do I protect what he and I
have together when she’s circling
and still has a hold over him?
The other day she actually
cornered me in the ladies loo of a
local club and told me to give him
up. When I refused she spat in my
face and now I’m scared.
JANE SAYS: Clearly your friend is
a very forceful personality with a
strong sense of entitlement.
The day she tired of her ex-boyfriend (your current squeeze) she
unceremoniously ditched him by
text and followed the money. For a
while she enjoyed the high life
with her boss.
The sex was good and the gifts
and trips out were even better.
But now she finds herself alone.
The lover, the job and the fun have
gone and she thinks she can pick
up where she left off.
What does your boyfriend think
about her overtures?
Is he tempted to go back to her
or is he devoted to you now?
He has to assure you that he’s
trustworthy and on your side.
Give it to him straight. Tell him
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about the revolting spitting incident in the toilet and ask him if
he’s tempted to get back with her.
If the reality is that he lacks
backbone and is inclined to
rekindle their relationship out of
weakness or fear, then he was
never the man for you.
Obviously, you don’t want to roll
over and give up, but, equally you
can’t fight for a man who isn’t
worth winning.
Incidentally, does that foul
episode in the toilets need reporting to the authorities?
How dare she think she can get
away with being abusive?
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: If you’re
bored with your life, then
work out where you’re
going wrong and make
some changes.
Good luck to your mate
who is in an exciting new
relationship. Long may it
last and I hope that she’s
genuinely happy.
My worry is that she
sounds as if she’s getting
a bit carried away with
herself and may come
crashing back down to
earth with a bang if this
current boyfriend doesn’t
go the distance.
So don’t be too taken in
by her boasts because
none of us know what’s
around the corner.
If you like seeing your
old friends and hanging
out in the old haunts, then
you don’t have to justify
that to anyone. Vow to be
your own person.
Work out what your
dreams and goals are and
follow your own path.
Will you still be around
for her if it does all go
wrong?
Loan rat took
me for a ride
SIX months ago I lent my ex-boyfriend £1,500 for a motorbike. Two weeks after he got it, the bike was stolen. We
broke up and he said he’d pay me back in full.
Now he’s with someone new and is calling me heartless
and cruel for daring to bring up the past.
I accept he has had a run of bad luck at work and he’s
trying to impress his new girl, but I’m still £1,500 down and
feel cheated.
JANE SAYS: I don’t think you’re being heartless by asking
your ex-boyfriend to pay you back. Obviously, £1,500 is an
awful lot of money to lose.
Maybe he did lose the bike, but a loan is a loan. What
about a deal? Why can’t he start to pay you back a couple of
pounds a week? Arrange to visit your local Citizens Advice
or a local lawyer for professional advice.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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I THINK
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March 21 to
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mum (6)
4One in residence wanting
flatfish (6)
7A king in the French body of
water (4)
8Elegant woman almost
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9Slope used by popular
Conservative before row (7)
12Go backwards and forwards
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14Oriental missing end of
Christian festival (6)
15Ted returned by our
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16Sheep from the West (3)
18Ogre finding saint with the
queen after a day (7)
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MOMENTS
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PASSAGES
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Toils, Mend, Hyphen, Benign, Rope, Juice,
Crevice, Frail, Soya, Athlete.
Down: Squash, Rocks, Teem, Apoplexy,
Borrowed, Liable, Rudest, Merciful, Academic,
Pant, Tread, Nuzzle.
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apron (8)
23Send out unruly mite (4)
24Nobleman embracing saint
with trouble (6)
25Member appearing before
finish of traditional story (6)
Down
1Creature making idle MP lie,
possibly (9)
2Disagree with appropriate
edition (4,5)
3Royal spilling lager (5)
4Unattractive prairie (5)
5Old man after silver (4)
6Conservative impolite and
not refined (5)
10Best off-white colour (5)
11Incident involving the first
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Across
1Mum (6)
4Flatfish (6)
7Large body of water (4)
8Elegant (8)
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Pictured, 5 Salt, 8 Plum, 9 Nowadays, 10 Outlaws, 12 Ovens,
13 Nipper, 15 Stayer, 17 Fight, 18 Address, 22 Chaplain, 23 Fish, 24 Site,
25 Breaks up.
DOWN: 1 Popcorn, 2 Court, 3 Renew, 4 Down, 6 Academy, 7 Tasks, 11 Avert,
12 Opted, 14 Pageant, 16 Rosehip, 17 Facts, 19 Dance, 20 Evils, 21 Lamb.
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woman, not heartless (5)
12Broadcast in favour of
metric unit, say (9)
13It’s allowed for every man
holding glove (9)
17Pale eccentric with energy
(5)
19Scent used by leader of
orchestra, sullen (5)
20Creep with Nick (5)
21Stop learner in headgear (4)
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Difficulty: 9/10 Target Time: 28 minutes
Clue: Stalk found in amongst embers.
FULL SOLUTION: 0907 181 2594
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9Slope (7)
12Energy (3)
14Christian festival (6)
15Deviation (6)
16Female sheep (3)
18Ogre (7)
22Apron (8)
23Discharge (4)
24Harass (6)
25Traditional story (6)
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1Creature with many legs (9)
2Disagree (4,5)
3Royal (5)
4Unadorned (5)
5Old (4)
6Vulgar (5)
10Fatty part of milk (5)
11Happening (5)
12Broadcast (9)
13Allowed (9)
17Colour of milk (5)
19Smell (5)
20Pilfer (5)
21Stop (4)
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WINDSOR
4.50: 1, AIR OF YORK (W Cox
16-1); 2, Porto Ferro (12-1); 3,
Incentive (15-2); 4, Mooroverthebridge
(50-1). 5-1 fav Ubla. nk, 11/4l, 1/2l. 16
ran. J Flint. Tote: £25.20; pl £4.20,
£3.40, £2.50, £10.70. Exacta: £292.40.
Tricast: £1639.02. Trifecta: £1692.30.
CSF: £183.04.
5.20: 1, GYPSY SPIRIT (Josephine
Gordon 14-1); 2, Mayfair Madame
(12-1); 3, Karalini (11-10 fav). nk, 1l.
9 ran. Tom Clover. Tote: £16.50; pl
£2.80, £3.50, £1.10. Exacta: £185.40.
Trifecta: £813.70. CSF: £166.97.
5.50: 1, REBECCA ROCKS (H
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3, Leo Minor (8-1). 33/4l, 1/2l. 8 ran. H
Candy. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.40, £1.60,
£2.10. Exacta: £14.10. Tricast: £79.02.
Trifecta: £68.30. CSF: £14.49.
6.20: 1, STREAM SONG (R Havlin
evens fav); 2, Double Reflection (20-1);
3, Time Change (9-2). nk, 31/4l. 8 ran.
J Gosden. Tote: £1.90; pl £1.10, £4.40,
£1.70. Exacta: £24.20. Tricast: £72.54.
Trifecta: £101.20. CSF: £27.06.
6.50: 1, ROCK EAGLE (L Steward
10-1); 2, Fajjaj (15-8 fav); 3, Loyal
Promise (3-1). 11/2l, 3/4l. 14 ran. R
Beckett. Tote: £11.00; pl £3.20, £1.10,
£1.60. Exacta: £42.50. Trifecta:
£198.30. CSF: £28.03. NR: Fabianski,
Laughing Stranger.
7.20: 1, THE DETAINEE (A Kirby
13-2 jtfav); 2, Amuletum (10-1); 3,
Pretty Jewel (13-2 jtfav); 4, Betsalottie
(16-1). nk, 11/2l, hd. 16 ran. N
Mulholland. Tote: £7.60; pl £2.00,
£2.90, £2.30, £4.60. Exacta: £81.50.
Tricast: £451.50. Trifecta: £120.50.
CSF: £65.67.
7.50: 1, BOMBSHELL BAY (S
Levey 5-1 fav); 2, He’s Our Star (8-1);
3, Hateya (8-1). hd, 1/2l. 14 ran.
R Hannon. Tote: £5.40; pl £1.90,
£2.90, £3.10. Exacta: £54.40.
Tricast: £325.03. Trifecta: £583.90.
CSF: £44.25.
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THE big guns of Irish jump racing clash
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Willie Mullins has
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Getabird at
5.10: 1, ROCKLIFFE (F O’Toole
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Tote: £9.70; pl £2.90, £2.50, £8.30.
Exacta: £62.60. Tricast: £1111.62.
Trifecta: £530.70. CSF: £48.00.
5.40: 1, JUSTFORJAMES (Miss
Becky Smith 13-8 fav); 2, Just Minded
(9-2); 3, Rear Admiral (11-2). 21/4l,
nk. 7 ran. M Hammond. Tote: £2.20;
pl £1.10, £3.10. Exacta: £10.60.
Trifecta: £72.20. CSF: £9.89.
6.10: 1, HURRICANE DYLAN (A
Coleman 4-5 fav); 2, Stay In Touch
(5-1); 3, Colby (14-1). 5l, 33/4l. 10 ran.
Kevin Frost. Tote: £1.80; pl £1.10,
£1.90, £3.70. Exacta: £6.00. Trifecta:
£28.00. CSF: £5.92. NR: Investigation,
Teals Lad.
6.40: 1, OAK VINTAGE (Ross
Chapman 7-4 fav); 2, Chain Of
Beacons (9-2); 3, Midnight Walk
(9-2). 6l, 3/4l. 6 ran. Mrs A Hamilton.
Tote: £2.60; pl £1.50, £2.40. Exacta:
£12.90. Trifecta: £34.50. CSF: £10.28.
NR: Frankie Ballou.
7.10: 1, EVER SO MUCH (R
McLernon 7-1); 2, Rock Of Leon (201); 3, Newstart (4-1). 10-3 fav Local
Show. nk, 33/4l. 12 ran. B Haslam.
Tote: £9.10; pl £3.30, £2.30, £1.50.
Exacta: £122.00. Tricast: £647.43.
Trifecta: £274.20. CSF: £141.34.
7.40: 1, MANTOU (Mr Ed
Glassonbury 16-1); 2, Shantou Prince
(7-2); 3, Diplomate Sivola (11-10 fav).
8l, 33/4l. 11 ran. S Allwood. Tote:
£22.20; pl £4.20, £1.50, £1.10. Exacta:
£82.80. Trifecta: £521.90. CSF: £79.80.
8.10: 1, IT’S O KAY (R Johnson
8-11 fav); 2, Dollys Destination (9-4);
3, Whiteoak Fleur (6-1). nk, 3/4l. 8
ran. Olly Murphy. Tote: £1.60; pl
£1.02, £1.20, £1.80. Exacta: £3.40.
Trifecta: £8.60. CSF: £2.76. NR:
Danced Every Dance, Jumbo Davis.
QUADPOT: £5.40
PLACEPOT: £42.70
■
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S FIVE MEETINGS
B - Brighton E - Exeter
H - Huntingdon L - Ludlow
Y - Yarmout h
According To Harry .....L
Admiral Blake ............. E
Al Manhalah ................ B
Al Reef ......................... Y
Amberjam .................... H
Ambion Lane ............... E
Amzac Magic............... E
Andalusite ................... B
Apple Of Our Eye ........L
Arctic Sea .................... B
Argent Knight ............. H
Art Echo ...................... B
Arthur’s Reuben ......... H
Ask The Guru .............. Y
Atlantic Grey ................L
Atticus Boy ................. Y
Baasha ......................... Y
Ballintara ..................... H
Ballycamp.................... H
Baltic Prince................ B
Banksy’s Art ............... Y
Baron Du Plessis ........ H
Barrsbrook .................. B
Bathwick Scanno ........ E
Bay Fortuna ................ H
Bay Sly .........................L
Baz ............................... Y
Beat The Judge........... Y
Becca Campbell.......... B
Beggars Cross .............L
Bendomingo................ H
Beni Light .................... E
Bermeo ........................ E
Beyond Supremacy .... E
Big Amigo ................... B
3.05
1.40
4.50
2.25
6.20
1.40
2.45
5.25
3.35
6.30
6.20
5.25
6.20
5.40
4.05
3.25
3.25
6.20
5.45
4.15
3.25
7.30
7.40
5.35
8.00
4.40
4.30
2.25
6.30
3.05
6.55
4.25
2.15
3.15
7.40
Billygwyn Too ............. E
Bishop Of Bling ...........L
Black Caesar ............... B
Blackjacktennessee ....L
Blackmill ...................... E
Blame Roberta ............ Y
Blazing Glen................ H
Blue Mountain Boy ..... E
Bluff Crag .................... Y
Border Breaker ........... H
Brave Tart.................... B
Breaking Ground ........ E
Buskin River ............... Y
Buzz Lightyere ............ B
Cadeau Du Bresil........ E
Cadeaux’s Fire ............ H
Call To Order................L
Candyman Can ........... H
Capitoul ....................... H
Carrie’s Vision ............ Y
Castle Talbot ............... Y
Celerity ........................ Y
Character Onesie........ H
Charlie Chaplin ........... H
Chateau Robin ............ H
Cheer The Title ........... Y
Cheer’s Delboy ............L
Cheltenam De Vaige ....L
Chill In The Wood ....... H
Church Leap ............... H
Ciaoadiosimdone........ Y
Clondaw Bunny .......... E
Cloone Lady ................ H
Cloud Eight ................. Y
Coeur Pensif ............... H
Cohen .......................... Y
Control Me ................... E
Corporal Maddox ........ B
5.00
4.05
5.25
2.00
3.50
1.50
4.35
5.35
4.00
6.55
7.05
1.40
4.30
7.40
3.50
5.10
3.35
8.00
5.45
1.50
4.30
5.40
8.00
8.00
6.55
2.55
4.05
4.05
7.30
8.00
4.00
5.00
5.10
5.05
6.20
2.55
5.00
5.55
Corrosive ..................... Y
Crimson Rosette ......... Y
Cristal Spirit ................ Y
Cryptonite.................... Y
Cubswin....................... H
D’waterside ................. H
Daily Trader..................L
Dancecraft ................... H
Dancing Shadow ........ E
Darebin ........................ H
Dark Panther ............... B
Dark Side Jazz ............ Y
Darling Maltaix ............ E
Das Kapital .................. Y
Dawn Dancer............... Y
De Little Engine .......... B
Denny Kerrell .............. E
Derek Duval................. B
Derryfadda................... H
Doctor Wong ............... E
Dollywaggon Pike ....... Y
Dont Call Me Doris ..... H
Dontcounturchikens....L
Dontminddboys .......... E
Dr Julius No ................ B
Dream Baie.................. H
Dreamsoftheatre ......... H
Drill............................... Y
Drop Kick Murphi ....... Y
Dropzone ..................... E
Dyliev ........................... H
Earth Storm ..................L
Eau De Nile...................L
El Scorpio.................... H
Elegant......................... H
Eltezam ........................ B
Elusive Show .............. Y
Enzo’s Lad .................. Y
2.25
4.00
3.25
4.30
8.00
8.00
2.00
5.10
3.15
5.45
4.50
2.55
2.45
2.55
3.25
7.40
4.25
6.30
7.30
5.00
5.40
4.35
5.15
3.50
6.30
8.00
6.20
2.25
5.40
2.15
8.00
4.05
4.05
4.35
5.10
6.30
2.55
5.05
Equiano Perle ............. Y
Eskendash................... H
Ettie Hart ..................... B
Everkyllachy................ B
Exspectation ............... B
Eye Burner .................. Y
Fair Selene .................. B
Fearsome Fred............ E
Ferrobin ........................L
Fifty Peach Way ...........L
Findusatgorcombe ..... E
Finisher........................ Y
Fled Or Pled ................ E
Fleur Du Pommier ...... H
Frozen Flame .............. H
Gaelic Flow ................. E
Galactic Power.............L
Georgina Joy .............. E
Give Us A Belle........... Y
Giveaway Glance ........ Y
Glengra ........................ H
Global Excel ................ Y
Golden Cannon ........... H
Golden Guide .............. Y
Golden Sunrise ........... E
Gonnabegood ............. E
Goodbye Lulu ............. B
Goodtoknow.................L
Gothic Empire ............. H
Gumball ........................L
Gustav ......................... E
Hally’s Kitchen............ E
Happy Ending ............. B
Hard Taskmaster ........ B
Hargam ........................ H
Harry Beau .................. B
Hatcher ........................ H
Hedging ....................... B
GREYHOUNDS
CRAYFORD
11.01 COUNCIL TERRIER (3) ...............................Paris (6)
11.16 DEECEES TURKEY (2) .................Miss Angelica (5)
11.31 AVATAR (3) ....................................Scarlet Sanyi (6)
11.46 SLAHENY PEARL (6) ............Springwood Dawn (2)
12.01 ROUGH PLEASURE (6) ...........Deecees Tequila (4)
12.16 OLWINN PRINCE (nb) (2) ..........Canutes Hound (5)
12.31 WICKLA GUDRUN (2) ..................Lets Go Again (3)
12.46 KILLILA BEAUTY (1) .................Woof A Rhythm (5)
1.01 PHAT LILY (4) ............................ Glenside Brandy (1)
1.16 BALLYKEVIN DAVY (nap) (5) .Clonmannon Lady (1)
1.31 SLIPPY KATHY (6).................... Rockmount Ruby (4)
1.49 BOHERNA SHERIFF (1) ..................Alien Sparkie (2)
MONMORE
2.06 AYKON (nap) (4) .................... Funny Eyes (3)
2.22 HIGHVIEW AVRIL (6) ........ Icecream Wars (5)
2.42 SNOOTY MAGUIRE (3) ..... Rappers Magic (5)
3.02 SWIFT KHAZIX (nb) (4) ........... Pakkashilly (3)
3.19 SWIFT IDRIS (4) .............Chauffeur Pulsus (1)
3.39 GALTEE DIVA (2) .............Piemans Padge (3)
3.59 SUPREME MONACO (4) Supreme Zagreb (5)
4.19 CAUGHT BADLY (5) .............Daily Bulletin (4)
4.39 KABULL (5) .......................Romeo Reform (2)
4.58 SWIFT DODGER (6) ..........Awashwithcash (3)
5.18 CHAUFFEUR OSSIE (3) ..... Kayleigh Amy (6)
5.37 FOZZIE FREEBEE (3) ......... Ardera Dazler (6)
5.54 HAVANA TWIGGY (4) .........Pennys Mercy (2)
6.09 NARABANE BULLET (1) ........ Trache Lad (2)
POOLE
6.48 MATILDAS GRACE (2) ... Paddock Cannon (6)
7.06 THATS OUR GIRL (nb) (6) .......... Ide Roma (2)
7.22 FOUR DAYS LATE (6) .........Ide Miss Piggy (2)
7.37 FINAL BOLT (1) ...................... Navillus Boy (5)
7.52 MINGLERS CURRAGH (5) Minglers Button (4)
8.07 FITZLER STARDUST (1) .Loggies Whiskey (4)
8.22 BALLYOAK PATCH (5) . Starshinealabama (6)
8.37 KNOCKMANT CHICK (3) ...... Stoke Debbie (1)
8.51 NEXT TIME AROUND (1) ........... Peaky Lad (4)
9.07 CHARLESFIELD VON (5) ...Coris Moments (3)
9.22 NOBODYS SIDNEY (4) .............Havana Ice (1)
9.40 GLORY KATE (nap) (1) ... Madabout Gooch (5)
9.55 MCGEE TARMAC (2) ...........Touch Of Gold (5)
CENTRAL PARK
11.09 VELVET DIAMOND (2) ........... Forgotten Hero (4)
11.24 ORBITAL FORCE (2) .........................Our Girl (3)
11.39 GALTYMOORE MICKY (3)..........Dixies Flight (6)
11.54 DIVAS LILY (2) ...................... Insane Shalana (4)
12.09 PRICELESS SUN (1) ................. Cuteen Rose (5)
12.24 TIGER SCARLET (1) ....................... Tiger Ace (5)
12.39 EDENVALE VIC (4) ................... Wee Smokes (6)
12.54 OUR LUCYS SPEEDY (1) ....Westland Jasper (4)
1.08 ICECOOL KINGO (nap) (2) ....................Drama (1)
1.22 CONLIG ARCHIE (3) ...................... No Contest (5)
1.39 CLAUDIUS MAXIMUS (nb) (6) .. Rathronan Lily (4)
1.57 CHESTNUT BEAUTY (6)............... Insane Date (3)
HOVE
2.12 ROEDHELM TURBO (4) ......Dunbolg Jason (3)
2.32 FIZZ WENDY (4) ......................Go On Annie (3)
2.52 MAIREADS DREAM (1) ............ Pearl Swan (3)
3.11 YELLOW CRITIC (6) ................Tullig Cruise (4)
3.29 KILLACOLLA JAMIE (nb) (5) . Fridays Gain (6)
3.49 ZARI PRINCE (5) ..................... Aegean Razl (3)
4.09 KILNAGLORY PADDY (2) ..Maketherounds (4)
4.29 GEMINI DUCHESS (nap) (6) ... Double Aitch (3)
4.48 GET ON SMUDGE (5) ............. Wee Ditches (3)
5.08 WESTMEAD KARA (3) ........... Heavy Byrne (6)
5.28 BRAEMAIN FOR FUN (1) ...Mallogs Suarez (2)
5.44 KENTISH LUCK (2) .................. Beanos Nell (3)
6.02 THERE SHE SAILS (5)............Wheres Jake (2)
6.19 GET ON CINDY (1) ...........Conor Pass Flyer (4)
HENLOW
6.27 CATUNDA LOLA (1) ........ Southwind Radio (5)
6.44 ORBITAL TRIXIE (1) ................ Dazys Mate (4)
7.02 EL VIDEO (4) ........................ Slippery Biddy (1)
7.17 MUSTANG ELMO (3) ............. Savana Elliot (4)
7.33 LEMMING BOLEYN (nap) (2) . Calico Dinky (6)
7.49 MINGLERS MERRY (6) ...Blackrose Obama (1)
8.06 SWIFT ZANETA (3) ...........Savana Thunder (4)
8.21 RIVERSIDE QUEEN (4) .......Quivers Brandy (3)
8.37 CONFIDENT HILARY (4) .. Blackrose Glenn (2)
8.53 BALLINULTY STAY (4) ............Good Omen (3)
9.08 MUSTANG MISSILE (2) ...........Wheres Pup (1)
9.26 BRANNEW BAILEY (nb) (2) ... Circuit Court (5)
37
1.50
4.35
5.55
4.15
7.40
5.40
7.40
2.15
5.15
5.15
2.15
3.25
2.15
8.00
6.20
1.40
3.35
1.40
5.40
4.00
6.55
5.05
4.35
3.25
3.15
1.40
7.05
3.05
4.35
2.00
4.25
2.15
7.05
4.50
5.45
5.55
4.35
5.25
Hemingway.................. B
Herbert Park ................ E
Heurtevent ................... H
Hey Bill .........................L
Hidden Stash .............. B
Higgy’s Heartbeat ....... B
Hint Of Grey ................ B
Hoke Colburn .............. H
Holeinthewall Bar ....... E
Hot Ryan...................... E
Houlton ........................ Y
Huntress ...................... H
Hurricane Alert ........... Y
Illtellmema ................... E
Immortal Romance ..... Y
Imperial Aura ...............L
Indian Warrior ............. Y
Indus Valley ................ B
Innisfree Lad ............... H
Interlink........................ Y
Involve ..........................L
Islay Mist ..................... Y
Its A Sting.................... H
Its All Or Nothing ........ E
Its The Only Way ........ B
Itsamanslife ..................L
Jepeck ......................... E
Jet Set.......................... H
Joyful Dream............... B
Kalagia ......................... Y
Katebird ........................L
Katie’s Surprise .......... B
Killdeer ........................ Y
King Athelstan ............ Y
Knockabout Queen .... B
Knockan Run .............. E
Kootenay River ........... E
L’Auberge Du Bois ..... E
5.25
5.35
7.30
3.05
5.55
5.55
7.05
6.20
4.25
5.00
3.25
5.10
5.40
2.45
3.25
5.15
5.05
5.55
6.20
4.30
2.00
1.50
5.45
5.35
4.50
4.05
3.50
5.10
5.55
5.05
2.00
7.05
2.55
3.25
4.50
5.35
5.00
2.45
■ by JAMES RICHARDSON
Cheltenham but had been trounced by
him at this venue in January.
More of threat may come from Paloma
Blue, who has been very consistent and
ran a cracker behind the mighty Samcro
at Leopardstown in February.
The pair between them have 23 of the
31 runners declared in the three Grade
Ones, though they could be thwarted in
the final one.
The Growise Champion Novice Chase.
The Henry de Bromhead-trained
Monalee could spoil the party.
He could not live with Presenting Percy
in the RSA Chase at Cheltenham but
that was still a very good effort
and he was clear of the third.
Al Boum Photo may prove best
of the Mullins trio and Shattered
Love may prove strongest of
the five running for Elliott.
The pair met at Fairyhouse at
the beginning of the month
when Al Boum Photo proved
just the stronger by a length
but the runner-up missed out
the final fence which
probably cost him the
race.
There are three more
Grade Ones on
Wednesday and
the pair have 18
of the 34
entered.
Ladofash...................... B
Laketour Leader ......... H
Leith Hill Lad ............... E
Let’s Be Happy ........... B
Like Sully..................... H
Limerick Lord.............. B
Lincoln County ............L
Little Jon ......................L
Live Dangerously ....... B
Londonia ..................... H
Lord Guest .................. Y
Lord Topper .................L
Lough Salt ................... H
Luchador ..................... Y
Luna Magic.................. Y
Lutine Charlie ............. B
Madrinho ..................... B
Maggies Legend ......... H
Magic Of Milan ............ H
Magical Sight .............. Y
Mansfield ..................... B
Maraakib ...................... B
Marilyn ......................... Y
Master Baker ............... E
Mauna Kea .................. E
Max Forte .....................L
Megaboost................... H
Mewtow........................ Y
Midnight Gem ............. H
Midnight Mustang ....... H
Mighty Zip ................... Y
Millen Dollar Man ........ E
Milord ........................... H
Min Tiky ....................... H
Miniature Daffodil ....... B
Mondo Cane ................ H
Monsieur Gibraltar ......L
Moontripper................. E
7.05
8.00
3.50
6.30
7.30
5.55
4.05
2.35
5.55
8.00
2.25
3.35
6.20
1.50
4.30
5.55
5.25
5.10
8.00
2.25
7.40
7.05
4.30
5.35
1.40
3.35
5.10
2.25
7.30
7.30
5.40
4.25
6.20
4.35
7.05
7.30
4.40
4.25
Mordin.......................... Y
Moss On The Mill .........L
Mossy’s Lodge ........... B
Mount Cleshar ............ B
Movie Set..................... H
Mr Mercurial .................L
Muckle Roe ..................L
Muraadef...................... Y
Muthabir .......................L
Mythical Legend ......... H
Nag’s Wag ................... Y
Narynkol ...................... Y
Nightfly ........................ H
No Dice ........................ H
No No Legend ............. H
Oakidoaki .................... H
Occasionally Yours .... H
Ocean Temptress ....... B
One Forty Seven ......... H
Oscar Star ................... H
Ostilio .......................... Y
Oud Metha Bridge ...... Y
Out For Justice ............L
Pageant Master ........... B
Peanutsponypetite ......L
Pembroke House ........ H
Pentland Hills.............. Y
Pershing Missile ..........L
Pinctada....................... B
Pocket Dynamo .......... B
Poetic Force ................ B
Point N Shoot.............. E
Poker School ...............L
Popsilca ....................... Y
Pour La Victoire .......... B
Predict A Riot...............L
Presentedwithwings ....L
Prince Jai .................... B
4.00
3.05
7.40
7.05
4.35
4.40
3.05
2.55
3.35
5.10
5.40
2.25
5.45
5.45
4.35
6.55
6.20
4.15
6.20
5.10
2.55
4.30
5.15
4.50
5.15
6.55
3.25
4.05
4.50
4.50
6.30
2.15
2.35
5.40
7.40
4.05
5.15
5.55
BEST OF PUNCHESTOWN
CHAMPION NOVICE HURDLE (GRADE 1)
4.20 HERALD
Class 1 (9 flights) 2m 100yds (10 runners) 52,212
1 043114P BEYOND THE LAW (39)(S)(T) M F Morris 6 11 12 ............................B J Cooper
2
2141 CARTWRIGHT (32)(D2,S) G Elliott 5 11 12..........................................M P Walsh
3
4-12U2 DRACONIEN (22) W P Mullins 5 11 12 ...................................................... N Fehily
4
11-1101 GETABIRD (22)(CD,C,D,S) W P Mullins 6 11 12 ............................... P Townend
5 1133113 HARDLINE (22)(CD,D3,G,S)(H) G Elliott 6 11 12..........................S W Flanagan
6 -111R23 MENGLI KHAN (42)(D3,S)(T) G Elliott 5 11 12 ........................... Jack Kennedy
7
2-32134 PALOMA BLUE (42)(D,S) H de Bromhead 6 11 12............................D N Russell
8
11F004 SHARJAH (22)(D2,S)(T*) W P Mullins 5 11 12 ........................... Mr P W Mullins
9
-342162 VISION DES FLOS (11)(S)(T) C Tizzard (UK) 5 11 12 ..................... R M Power
10
1143 WHISKEY SOUR (39)(D2,G,S) W P Mullins 5 11 12..........................D J Mullins
Star Betting: — 10-11 Getabird, 4 Mengli Khan, 9-2 Paloma Blue, 14 Vision Des Flos,
16 Whiskey Sour, Sharjah, 25 Cartwright, Draconien, 33 others.
2017: Cilaos Emery 5 11 12, D J Mullins 8-1 (W P Mullins), 7 ran.
STARFORM: GETABIRD DANGER: Paloma Blue
CHAMPION CHASE (GRADE 1)
5.30 BOYLESPORTS
Class 1 (11 fences)
2m
(10 runners) 143,584
1 4242142 A TOI PHIL (22)(C,G,S)(T) G Elliott 8 11 12 ................................ Jack Kennedy
2 1023533 BALLYCASEY (22)(S) W P Mullins 11 11 12 ...................................... D E Mullins
3 210112F DOCTOR PHOENIX (22)(D3,S)(P,T) G Elliott 10 11 12 .....................M P Walsh
4
11110-F DOUVAN (41)(CD2,D2,S0) W P Mullins 8 11 12................................ P Townend
5 1-1D122 MIN (11)(BF,S) W P Mullins 7 11 12 ......................................................D J Mullins
6
32-234L ORDINARY WORLD (41)(D,G) H de Bromhead 8 11 12 ...................D N Russell
7 12-3F3P SPECIAL TIARA (41)(D5,G,S) H de Bromhead 11 11 12 ....................... N Fehily
8
-0L045P TELL US MORE (22)(D,S)(B) G Elliott 9 11 12 ............................K M Donoghue
9 211P4L0 THE GAME CHANGER (F27)(CD,C,D2,G,S)(T) G Elliott 9 11 12..... M Enright
10
12-1121 UN DE SCEAUX (22)(CD,D4,G,S) W P Mullins 10 11 12 .......... Mr P W Mullins
Star Betting: — 5-4 Douvan, 9-4 Min, 5 Un De Sceaux, 13-2 Doctor Phoenix, 16
Special Tiara, 33 A Toi Phil, Ordinary World, 66 Others.
2017: Fox Norton 7 11 12, R M Power 5-2 (C Tizzard), 8 ran.
STARFORM: DOUVAN DANGER: Min
CHAMPION NOVICE CHASE (GRADE 1)
6.40 GROWISE
Class 1 (17 fences) 3m 120yds (11 runners) 52,212
1
5-1F2F1 AL BOUM PHOTO (23) W P Mullins 6 11 10 ...................................... P Townend
2 0-114PP DOUNIKOS (22)(G,S) G Elliott 7 11 10..........................................K M Donoghue
3 11L2P51 FINIAN’S OSCAR (12)(G,S)(P) C Tizzard (UK) 6 11 10.................... R M Power
4 -F113P3 INVITATION ONLY (23)(C,S) W P Mullins 7 11 10 ...........................D J Mullins
5 -12122U JURY DUTY (42)(BF,C,S)(T) G Elliott 7 11 10 ....................................M P Walsh
6
24-1F12 MONALEE (41)(C,S) H de Bromhead 7 11 10 ........................................... N Fehily
7
-22111L MONBEG NOTORIOUS (22)(C,D,G,S)(V) G Elliott 7 11 10 ..............D O’Regan
8 3112BU1 RATHVINDEN (42)(D,G,S) W P Mullins 10 11 10 ....................... Mr P W Mullins
9
-213015 THE STORYTELLER (23)(G,S) G Elliott 7 11 10...............................D N Russell
10 1121112 SHATTERED LOVE (23)(BF,S)(T) G Elliott 7 11 3 ..................... Jack Kennedy
11 1034111 YOUCANTCALLHERTHAT (7)(S) Denis Hogan 7 11 3 ..................... D G Hogan
Star Betting: — 15-8 Monalee, 4 Al Boum Photo, 7 Shattered Love, 10 Finian’s Oscar,
14 Rathvinden, Invitation Only, 16 Jury Duty, 20 The Storyteller, 40 others.
2017: Disko 6 11 10, B J Cooper 13-8 Fav (N Meade), 7 ran.
STARFORM: MONALEE DANGER: Shattered Love
Priscilla’s Dream ........ Y
Pyrios............................L
Queen Adelaide .......... Y
Queen Olivia ................L
R Bren.......................... E
Rapier .......................... Y
Ratify............................ H
Ravished.......................L
Reckless Behavior ..... H
Remember Me Well .... H
Rhythm Is A Dancer ....L
Right About Now ........ Y
Ring Minella ................ E
Rise Of An Empire .......L
Rising Tide .................. H
Rivers Of Asia ............. B
Robert The Painter ..... B
Rocksette .................... B
Roman Spinner ........... Y
Rose Of Cimarron....... H
Royal Marskell ............ H
Royal Tara ................... E
Run For Eva ................ H
Sackett ......................... H
Saint Anthony ............. B
Samson’s Reach..........L
San Pedro De Senam . H
Saxo Jack .....................L
Sayesse ....................... B
Scappato ......................L
Schnabel.......................L
Scooby......................... H
Scrupuleux .................. E
Sea Tea Dea ................ B
Secret Melody ............. H
Shaman Du Berlais..... E
Shamrokh .................... Y
Sharp Operator ........... B
WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Scarlet Bandit (6) 5-2,
El Cala (4) 7-1, bf: £22.63, tri:
(6-4-1) £73.19. 11.16: Priory
Lodge (5) 11-4, Besomi Lord (4)
7-2, bf: £16.16, tri: (5-4-6) £38.50.
11.31: Pennys Mountain (2) 8-1,
Pair of Ducks (5) 4-1, bf: £58.02,
tri: (2-5-6) £159.25. 11.46: Gubu
(3) 7-4 fav, Active Juliet (6) 4-1,
bf: £10.16, tri: (3-6-2) £20.22.
12.01: Sourhill Leaha (1) 11-2,
Woodcocks Scooby (3) 5-2 fav, bf:
£23.80, tri: (1-3-2) £70.27. 12.16:
Rhaegal (6) 5-2, Zenas Aphrodite
(5) 4-1, bf: £13.29, tri: (6-5-2)
£30.30. 12.31: Itsme Itsme (3) 9-2,
Kranky Valentine (6) 8-1, bf:
£46.74, tri: (3-6-5) £141.27. 12.46:
Tiger Frankie (6) 3-1 jt-fav,
Hollyoak Alder (5) 4-1, bf: £15.97,
tri: (6-5-1) £43.20. 1.01: Zenas
Zeus (5) 7-2, Clounanna Tara (2)
9-2, bf: £25.91, tri: (5-2-3) £93.74.
1.16: Bet Like Men (6) 6-1,
Galeforce Ragnar (3) 10-1, bf:
£74.17, tri: (6-3-1) £178.87. 1.31:
Cloheena Pablo (5) 4-1, Sign
Fizzy (3) 9-4 fav, bf: £18.56, tri:
(5-3-1) £47.50. 1.49: Kilara Paddy
(1) 11-10 fav, Sound Bites (6) 7-2,
bf: £6.25, tri: (1-6-3) £23.23.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6)
£480.00, (Races 7-12) £1771.00.
HENLOW
11.09: Silverview Bell (1) 5-2,
Clona Honey (4) 6-4 fav, bf: £8.11,
tri: (1-4-2) £35.10. 11.24:
Silverview Jerri (6) 6-1, Blackrose
Pet (2) 6-1, bf: £51.16, tri: (6-2-1)
£229.74. 11.39: Blackrose Katja
(2) 7-2, Blackrose Gabi (4) 2-1
fav, bf: £15.34, tri: (2-4-6) £35.10.
11.54: Savana Pixie (1) 8-1,
Savana Grace (2) 6-4 fav, bf:
£24.07, tri: (1-2-4) £47.49. 12.09:
Mary Annie (3) 2-1 fav, Savana
Lexi (4) 10-1, bf: £22.66, tri: (3-46) £58.41. 12.24: Kanes Dynasty
(3) 5-2, Satin Eva (2) 5-2, bf:
£10.74, tri: (3-2-4) £17.25. 12.39:
5.05
4.05
3.25
4.40
2.45
2.25
6.55
3.05
6.20
5.10
5.15
4.30
1.40
3.05
6.55
7.40
7.40
7.05
5.05
5.10
4.35
3.50
4.35
6.20
7.05
4.05
5.45
2.00
5.25
5.15
4.05
6.20
4.25
5.55
8.00
5.00
4.00
7.05
Shazzamataz ............... H
Shifting Star ................ B
Shininstar .................... H
Shoreline ..................... H
Sienna Royale ............. E
Sigrid Nansen ............. Y
Silent Man ................... H
Simonia........................ H
Sir Fred ........................ Y
Skipthecuddles ............L
Soar Above ................. Y
Solesmes ..................... Y
Solstice Twilight ......... E
Solveig’s Song............ B
Souriyan .......................L
Space Bandit............... Y
Spenny’s Lass ............ Y
Spirit Of Rome ............ H
Spirit Of Sarwan ......... B
St Merryn ..................... E
St Patrick’s Day .......... H
Stonecoldsoba ............ H
Stormingin................... B
Stradivarius Davis ...... E
Stylehunter .................. Y
Swatow ........................ H
Swilly Sunset .............. Y
Swiss Cross ................ B
Talk Of Monty.............. H
Tara Well ..................... E
Tawheed ...................... Y
Terezaz Nimrod ............L
Thames Knight ........... H
That’s The Deal ........... H
The Blue Bomber........ H
The Captain ................. H
The Devils Drop ...........L
The Happy Chappy ......L
5.10
7.40
5.45
5.10
2.45
3.25
7.30
5.10
3.25
3.35
2.25
1.50
1.40
7.05
3.35
2.55
5.05
8.00
7.40
4.25
4.35
8.00
6.30
3.15
2.25
5.10
4.00
4.15
4.35
2.15
2.25
5.15
8.00
6.55
8.00
4.35
3.35
3.05
The Jugopolist ............ H
The Last Party............. Y
The Roestone .............. E
The Secrets Out .......... B
Theatrebar ....................L
Third Estate..................L
Thisonetime ................ H
Tigerwolf...................... B
Tina Teaspoon ............ Y
Tis What It Is ............... E
Today Please ...............L
Toolatetodelegate ....... Y
Trojan Star .................. E
Tzar De L’elfe .............. H
Ut Majeur Aulmes ........L
Valerie’s Memory ........ B
Valseur Du Granval .....L
Veiled Secret ................L
Victor Leudorum ..........L
Violet’s Lads ............... B
Vivaccio ........................L
Vodka All The Way ..... E
Voi ................................ Y
Walden Prince..............L
What A Laugh ............. H
Whitecrest ................... B
Whitley Neill ................ E
Who Told Jo Jo .......... Y
Will O’The West ...........L
Willie Mclovin.............. E
Willow Brook ............... Y
With Approval ............. B
Without Parole ............ Y
Working Class ............ H
Yogiyogiyogi ............... B
Zalvados .......................L
Zamandas .................... Y
Zoltan Varga.................L
7.30
1.50
5.00
7.05
3.35
4.05
6.20
4.15
5.40
1.40
2.35
5.40
4.25
6.20
2.35
7.05
2.35
2.00
3.05
5.55
3.05
3.15
4.00
2.35
7.30
4.15
2.45
5.40
3.35
2.15
1.50
7.05
2.55
4.35
5.55
2.00
2.55
4.05
SHEFFIELD
Border Rocket (3) 5-1, Savana
Kitty (2) 10-1, bf: £60.08, tri:
(3-2-1) £125.23. 12.54: Touch The
Clouds (6) 5-2 fav, Blackrose Pip
(1) 3-1, bf: £11.01, tri: (6-1-2)
£39.45. 1.08: Ballymac Zoro (3)
6-4 jt-fav, Savana Lee (6) 7-2,
NR: Blackrose Angel (res), bf:
£9.99, tri: (3-6-5) £36.85. 1.22:
Savana Farah (4) 9-4 fav, Droopys
Bramble (3) 6-1, bf: £18.56, tri:
(4-3-6) £57.94. 1.39: Far Too
Picky (1) 7-2, Mustang Elite (3)
4-1, NR: Droopys Natalia (res),
bf: £21.19, tri: (1-3-2) £0.00. 1.57:
Savasna Teddy (3) 3-1, Savana
Min (6) 11-10 fav, bf: £8.06, tri:
(3-6-2) £21.72. Placer (£1 stake)
(Races 1-6) £217.00, (Races 7-12)
£332.00.
MONMORE
2.06: Vanstones Jonjo (6) 5-2,
Coolagorna Giggs (1) 8-1, NR:
Bookem Ginger (res), bf: £21.73,
tri: (6-1-5) £65.79. 2.22: Droopys
Romford (6) 7-2, Slaneyside
Goldi (1) 9-4 fav, bf: £13.12, tri:
(6-1-2) £40.25. 2.42: Oxter Hocker
(4) 10-1, Ballymac Alfonse (1)
7-2, bf: £55.75, tri: (4-1-2)
£165.38. 3.02: Slaneyside Mavis
(1) 5-1, Whiteoak Sharp (3) 9-2,
bf: £30.30, tri: (1-3-6) £113.93.
3.19: Scruffs Scully (4) 7-2,
Dippas Dora (5) 5-1, bf: £24.97,
tri: (4-5-6) £71.88. 3.39: Final
Sport (4) 4-1, Bright Ruby (3) 5-2
co-fav, NR: Dog Marley (res), bf:
£17.84, tri: (4-3-5) £41.17. 3.59:
Cruz On Emms (1) 3-1, Yer One
(4) 6-1, bf: £24.41, tri: (1-4-6)
£62.02. 4.19: Notorious Rhys (3)
7-2, Billys Express (1) 4-1, bf:
£19.36, tri: (3-1-4) £46.46. 4.39:
Watford Havana (4) 11-4, Take
Kerr Janny (5) 5-2 jt-fav, NR:
Dance Vogue (res), bf: £11.75, tri:
(4-5-2) £0.00. 4.58: Soda Star (6)
5-2, Ardera Diego (1) 6-4 fav, bf:
£7.33, tri: (6-1-5) £25.47. 5.18:
Bloos Glaisestar (6) 6-4 fav,
Wellpad Mike (4) 8-1, NR:
Seathwaite Rome (res), bf: £15.32,
tri: (6-4-3) £45.87. 5.37: Roskeen
Product (5) 4-1, Swift Jake (6)
7-4 fav, bf: £13.85, tri: (5-6-3)
£38.28. 5.54: Timingtoatee (6)
4-1, Danzey Artemis (5) 7-4 fav,
bf: £13.30, tri: (6-5-3) £31.93.
6.09: Coolavanny Mike (4) 7-2,
Druids Some Plan (5) 3-1 fav, bf:
£16.84, tri: (4-5-6) £48.18.
ROMFORD
2.12: Youaremysunshine (4)
5-2, Wilbrook Cargo (1) 9-4 fav,
bf: £10.00, tri: (4-1-5) £40.02.
2.32: Borwick Sleepy (5) 4-1,
Borwick Nurse (3) 9-4 fav, bf:
£18.84, tri: (5-3-6) £60.66. 2.52:
Ajlo Legalbeagle (6) 3-1 co-fav,
Whizzy Mischief (5) 3-1 co-fav,
bf: £13.23, tri: (6-5-3) £42.85.
3.11: Basvegas Doris (6) 3-1,
Chopchop Joshie (2) 6-1, bf:
£24.93, tri: (6-2-3) £67.37. 3.29:
Lunar Tick (3) 7-2, Danaismias
Lady (6) 3-1 co-fav, (dd-ht 3rd),
bf: £17.57, tri: (3-6-1) £29.43,
(3-6-2) £23.83. 3.49: Chopchop
Gemini (4) 4-1, Newlawn Simon
(2) 4-1, bf: £25.62, tri: (4-2-1)
£79.28. 4.09: Webbys Tinkle (6)
5-2 fav, Swift Labros (4) 4-1, bf:
£14.51, tri: (6-4-3) £41.12. 4.29:
Piemans Freddie (4) 3-1 jt-fav,
Droopys Griezman (1) 7-2, bf:
£15.81, tri: (4-1-2) £45.44. 4.48:
Chopchop Yvonne (3) 4-1,
Confident Gitana (4) 7-2, bf:
£20.93, tri: (3-4-2) £62.76. 5.08:
Balyfidora Mini (2) 9-2, Are You
Funny (1) 4-1, bf: £23.97, tri:
(2-1-5) £62.93. 5.28: To Tone
Sparky (2) 3-1, Gemmas Pops (3)
5-1, bf: £20.63, tri: (2-3-4) £70.48.
5.44: Cherry Merry (3) 7-2, Deano
Mixa (2) 9-2, bf: £21.31, tri: (3-25) £41.13. 6.02: Pernera Eske (6)
4-1, Ants Lazer (2) 5-1, bf: £28.69,
tri: (6-2-1) £78.62. 6.19: Vote
Topper (4) 3-1, Ardrahan Scamp
(3) 5-1, bf: £20.55, tri: (4-3-2)
£52.22.
6.22
(A7)
500m
6.38
(H’cap)
280m
6.56
(A5)
500m
7.11
(A4)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
6163 Incredible One (MD RO)............ 30.12
5662 Feather Blade (md ep) .............. 30.23
1642 Farley Boy (rl ro)........................ 30.11
1615 Inca Jewel (md ep) .................... 30.09
1214 Unique Prince (sa fw) .............. 30.37
4231 GEELO BIG SMILE (wd ro) ...... 30.18
Star betting: 3 Farley Boy, Inca Jewel,
7-2 Incredible One, Geelo Big Smile.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6335 Unique Leah (8m) (rl ro) ............ 16.25
6334 Stormy Cocojohn (8m) (fw h) .... 16.40
55 3 Tarzan (6m) (fw md) .................. 16.52
324 Inca Sapphire (6m) (wd fw) ....... 16.38
3522 Deltic Sahara (2m) (md h) ........ 16.52
4212 CONEY CABANA (NAP) (Scr) (MD RO) . 16.30
Star betting: 3 Unique Leah, Inca
Sapphire, Coney Cabana, 9-2 Tarzan.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2513 Poolie Benny (rl ro).................... 29.67
5213 TODMORDEN (rl ro) ................. 29.63
152 Bolton Abbey (md ep).............. 29.58
5452 Kowloon Chrissie (md ro) .......... 29.92
1443 Black Sparkle (sa fw)................. 29.57
3422 Shotgun Slade (wd ep) .............. 29.70
Star betting: 11-4 Black Sparkle, 3
Shotgun Slade, 7-2 Todmorden, Bolton Abbey.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5666 Harton Monkey (ep ro) .............. 29.37
4114 BAVETTE (sa fw) ...................... 29.52
4411 Mustang Flame (ep ro)............. 29.52
162 Brazen Samurai (sa fw) ............. 29.16
1253 Coney De Campes (wd ep) ....... 29.82
4132 Geelo Creed (md ep)................. 29.48
Star betting: 9-4 Brazen Samurai, 7-2
Bavette, Geelo Creed, 4 Harton Monkey.
7.26
(Open)
480m
1
Lostrigg Zeus () ......................... 00.00
2 341 Awesome Alfie (md ep) ........... 00.00
3 5441 Porterhouse (ep ro) ................... 00.00
4 1141 RHODEN FLOE (md ro)............ 00.00
5 2315 Roberts Vision (md ep).............. 00.00
6
Scullys Brogan () ....................... 00.00
Star betting: 6-4 Porterhouse, 2
Awesome Alfie, Roberts Vision, 8 Rhoden Floe.
7.42
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
500m
5444 Russanda Gara (ep ro).............. 28.89
3243 Blackstone Lyric (rl fw) .............. 28.87
5141 SERIOUS HANGOVER (rl ep) .. 29.04
1413 Lostrigg Barney (md ro) .......... 28.96
155 Swift Darius (wd fw)................... 28.98
1156 Petes Boy (rl ro) ........................ 29.05
Star betting: 3 Blackstone Lyric, 7-2
Russanda Gara, Serious Hangover.
7.58
(Open)
280m
8.13
(A5)
500m
8.28
(Open)
500m
8.43
(A2)
500m
8.58
(D3)
280m
9.14
(A3)
500m
9.32
(D2)
280m
9.50
(A6)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
1311 BALLYCOWEN COLM (nb) (rl ro) .....15.78
3623 Copeland Betty (md ro) ............. 16.05
5314 Axel Eight (sa ro) ..................... 15.95
3254 Elegant Eileen (wd ro) ............... 16.24
1252 Worsboro Spectre (sa ro) .......... 15.97
1216 Newmarket Plucky (wd ro) ........ 00.00
Star betting: 9-4 Ballycowen Colm, 11-4
Worsboro Spectre, 3 Axel Eight.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1342 Hello Blondie (md ep) .............. 29.72
5651 Slaneyside Frich (rl fw) .............. 29.91
4631 El Chaz (wd ro).......................... 29.61
5616 Greatest Gift (sa fw) .................. 29.42
2614 Coolavanny Ilia (ep ro) .............. 29.54
6233 WORDS OF WISDOM (ep ro) ... 29.47
Star betting: 11-4 Words Of Wisdom, 3
Greatest Gift, 4 Hello Blondie.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5534 Geelo De Sousa (md ro) ........... 00.00
1431 Slaneyside Ryder (ep ro)........... 28.73
6426 Jaxx Teller (rl ep)....................... 28.92
4313 Sir Dancealot (md ep) ............... 28.79
3124 Lostrigg Charlie (sa fw) ........... 29.00
2114 KINGDOM RECRUIT (md ep)... 28.77
Star betting: 3 Slaneyside Ryder, Sir
Dancealot, Kingdom Recruit.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6413 JOELLA ESKE (md ep) ............ 29.23
443 Coney Cuckoo (rl ep) ................ 29.63
1426 Slaneyside Kirby (md ro) ........... 29.12
512 Alien Wisdom (md ep) ............. 29.19
2532 Lightfoot Niamh (sa ro) .............. 29.13
6616 Geelo Suzi (ep ro) ..................... 29.21
Star betting: 3 Slaneyside Kirby, Alien
Wisdom, 7-2 Lightfoot Niamh, 4 Joella Eske.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6223 Greenhill Buddy (rl ep) ............ 16.26
1642 Face The Music (rl ro) ............... 16.57
611 Lightfoot Tait () .......................... 16.77
6122 GEELO WONDER (md ro) ........ 16.41
6666 Theres A Reason (md ep) ......... 00.00
4521 Coney Caravaggio (sa fw) ......... 16.50
Star betting: 5-2 Greenhill Buddy, 3
Geelo Wonder, Coney Caravaggio.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2611 TAGALONG MIKEY (rl ep) ....... 29.43
3314 Zar Zar Gabor (wd ro) .............. 29.63
1451 Stride On Maggie (sa fw)........... 29.22
3341 Baker Joe (ep ro)....................... 29.55
1116 Tullymurry Wings (md ep) ......... 29.39
1254 Brazen Speed (wd ep)............... 29.11
Star betting: 11-4 Brazen Speed, 7-2
Stride On Maggie, Tagalong Mikey.
GEELO STAR (2) Longrange Silver (5)
POWERFUL TREND (5) Inca Chieftain (4)
38
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
YARMOUTH
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins
last 14 days) P Nicholls 15; N Henderson
13; J Gosden 10; Miss V Williams 9; R
Hannon 8; M Channon 8; A Carroll 5.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 182;
C J Gray 120; Mrs C Dunnett 117.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days)
C Deutsch 9; S De Sousa 8; R Johnson
8; W Buick 7; H Cobden 7; T Cannon 7.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) Mr G B-Saunt 101; Gina
Mangan 91; Jane Elliott 71; L Jones 71.
HANDICAP BLOT
OUD METHA BRIDGE (4.30,
Yarmouth) reverts to turf on a mark 5lb
lower than when last successful on the
all-weather.
BEST EACH WAY
HINT OF GREY (7.05, Brighton) makes
debut for yard that has a good record at
the track and also boasts a course win.
ONE TO SWERVE
GUMBALL (2.00, Ludlow) should win
this on all known form but has proved to
be inconsistent.
HORSES having their first runs for new
trainers.
BRIGHTON: 5.25 Hemingway (K
Ryan to J Long), 5.55 Indus Valley (D
Donovan to D Steele), 6.30 Stormingin
(D Cantillon to G L Moore), 7.05 Hint
Of Grey (D Cantillon to G L Moore).
EXETER: 2.15 Fled Or Pled (D
Dennis to T Vaughan), 5.00 Kootenay
River (F Nimmo to A King), 5.35
Knockan Run (I Ferguson to Mrs J
Ackner).
HUNTINGDON: 4.35 Dont Call Me
Doris (J Westwood to Miss S
Robinson), 4.35 The Captain (P Rowley
to Mrs C Bailey), 5.10 Elegant (D
Cantillon to M Roberts), 6.55 Border
Breaker (S Waugh to S England), 7.30
Derryfadda (R Ford to S England).
LUDLOW: 2.00 Katebird (M Johnston
to O Greenall), 3.05 Rise Of An Empire
(N Meade to H Fry), 4.05 Bishop Of
Bling (C Wall to A Ralph), 5.15 Out For
Justice (J W Doyle to K Price).
Premier League
Sky Bet Championship
10 Aston Villa v Derby ...................X
11 Barnsley v Brentford ................. 2
12 Burton Albion v Bolton .............X
13 Fulham v Sunderland ................ 1
14 Hull v Cardiff .............................. 2
15 Middlesbrough v Millwall .......... 2
16 Norwich v Leeds........................ 1
17 Nottm Forest v Bristol City ...... 1
18 QPR v Birmingham ................... 2
19 Reading v Ipswich ..................... 1
20 Sheff Utd v Preston North End 1
21 Wolverhampton v Sheff Wed ... 1
Sky Bet League One
22 Blackpool v Shrewsbury .......... 2
23 Bradford v Southend ................X
24 Bristol Rovers v Gillingham ..... 2
Luchador
Corrosive
Without Parole
Banksy’s Art
Mordin (nap)
Luna Magic
Global Excel
Hurricane Alert (treble)
LONGEST TRAVELLER
Al Manhalah (4.50 BGH)
Toolatetodelegate (5.40 YAR)
Golden Guide (3.25 YAR)
Enzo’s Lad (5.05 YAR)
293miles
252miles
242miles
242miles
25 Bury v Portsmouth .................... 2
26 Charlton v Blackburn ................ 2
27 MK Dons v Scunthorpe............. 1
28 Oldham v Doncaster .................X
29 Oxford Utd v Rochdale ............. 2
30 Peterborough v Fleetwood Tn .X
31 Plymouth v Rotherham ............. 1
32 Walsall v Northampton .............X
33 Wigan v AFC Wimbledon.......... 1
Sky Bet League Two
34 Acc Stanley v Lincoln City ....... 1
35 Cheltenham v Coventry ............ 2
36 Chesterfield v Wycombe .......... 2
37 Colchester v Swindon ............... 2
38 Crawley Town v Crewe .............X
39 Grimsby v Notts County ...........X
40 Luton v Forest Green ................ 1
41 Morecambe v Barnet ................. 2
42 Newport C v Cambridge Utd ....X
43 Port Vale v Carlisle....................X
44 Stevenage v Exeter ................... 1
45 Yeovil v Mansfield ..................... 2
1.50
MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 5
2YO 5f (8 runners) £3,752
(6)
BLAME ROBERTA R Cowell 9 0 ............................J Fanning 78
(5)
CARRIE’S VISION W Haggas 9 0 ....................James Doyle 91
(7)
EQUIANO PERLE M Appleby 9 0 ...................... K Lundie (5) 71
(4)
ISLAY MIST Miss Amy Murphy 9 0 ........................R Da Silva 72
(1)
4 LUCHADOR (17) Archie Watson 9 0 ...................... O Murphy ★99
(2)
4 SOLESMES (8) M Channon 9 0 .................................A Atzeni 85
(3)
THE LAST PARTY C Dwyer 9 0 ...................L Edmunds (3) 72
(8)
WILLOW BROOK G Scott 9 0..............................S De Sousa 79
Star Betting: — 2 Carrie’s Vision, 7-2 Luchador, 4 Willow Brook, Solesmes,
6 Blame Roberta, 14 Islay Mist, 33 Equiano Perle, 40 The Last Party.
STARFORM: LUCHADOR DANGER: Carrie’s Vision
KEMP NOVICE STAKES (DIV 1)
2.25 JOHN
Class 5 3YO 1m
(12 runners) £3,752
1 (2) 51- CORROSIVE (209)(A) H Palmer 9 9 .... Josephine Gordon 89
2 (6) 61-0 MEWTOW (66)(D,A)(H) G Scott 9 9 ...................S De Sousa 87
3 (8)
AL REEF S bin Suroor 9 2 .....................................P Cosgrave ★99
4 (4)
BEAT THE JUDGE E Vaughan 9 2........................H Bentley 85
5 (5)
0- DRILL (284) L Cumani 9 2 ................................. J P Spencer 80
6 (11)
LORD GUEST G Margarson 9 2 .............................. T Queally 79
7 (3)
MAGICAL SIGHT W Haggas 9 2......................James Doyle 97
8 (1)
NARYNKOL R Varian 9 2 ...........................................A Atzeni 91
9 (10)
0- RAPIER (202) Sir M Stoute 9 2...............................J Fanning 83
10 (9)
SOAR ABOVE J Butler 9 2 .................................... T Clark (3) 67
11(12) L3- STYLEHUNTER (132)(B) J Gosden 9 2..................W Buick 82
12 (7)
TAWHEED R Varian 9 2 .......................................... J Crowley 91
Star Betting: — 6-4 Magical Sight, 3 Al Reef, 11-2 Corrosive, 6
Stylehunter, 13-2 Narynkol, 15-2 Tawheed, 14 Mewtow, 16 others.
STARFORM: CORROSIVE DANGER: Magical Sight
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.55
JOHN KEMP NOVICE STAKES (DIV 2)
Class 5
3YO 1m
(11 runners) £3,752
1 (11)
1- WITHOUT PAROLE (129)(D,A) J Gosden 9 9 ......L Dettori 96
2 (10)
CHEER THE TITLE Tom Clover 9 2 ...................P Cosgrave 80
3 (6)
COHEN(T*) W Haggas 9 2 ................................James Doyle 97
4 (3) 00-0 DARK SIDE JAZZ (13) J Ryan 9 2 ....................S De Sousa 80
5 (7)
DAS KAPITAL J Berry 9 2 .................................... Fran Berry 72
6 (5)
ELUSIVE SHOW J Butler 9 2 ................................ T Clark (3) 72
7 (2)
KILLDEER S bin Suroor 9 2 ....................................... G Mosse ★99
8 (4)
6- MURAADEF (291) E Dunlop 9 2 ........................... J Crowley 81
9 (9) 22-2 OSTILIO (21)(BF)(T) S Crisford 9 2 .........................A Atzeni 89
10 (1)
SPACE BANDIT M Bell 9 2 ..................................... O Murphy 89
11 (8)
0- ZAMANDAS (167) R Varian 9 2 ................... David Egan (3) 84
Star Betting: — 4-7 Without Parole, 4 Killdeer, 5 Ostilio, 13-2 Cohen,
14 Space Bandit, 16 Muraadef, 20 Zamandas, 40 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: WITHOUT PAROLE DANGER: Ostilio
PALM HOTEL HANDICAP
3.25 BURLINGTON
Class 5 3YO 1m 2f (14 runners) £3,752
1 (2) -223 DAWN DANCER (25) A Balding 9 10 .................... O Murphy 94
2 (6) -642 FINISHER (18) K Ryan 9 7 ........................................ T Eaves 93
3 (1) 063- BAASHA (196) E Dunlop 9 7 ...............................S De Sousa 88
4 (11) 53-L IMMORTAL ROMANCE (69) M Bell 9 6 ......... J P Spencer 92
5 (3) 5554 BANKSY’S ART (27) M Channon 9 5 ......................A Atzeni 94
6 (10) 030- QUEEN ADELAIDE (199) J Ryan 9 4..................... G Mosse 85
7 (13) 0-03 ATTICUS BOY (89) D Lanigan 9 4 ......................S Donohoe 84
8 (8) L4-0 SIGRID NANSEN (26)(P*) G Scott 9 3 .............. Fran Berry 86
9 (9) 0L-5 HOULTON (12)(T) M Botti 9 3 ......................... G Malune (5) 87
10 (5) 000- CRISTAL SPIRIT (169) W Haggas 9 2...........James Doyle ★99
11(12) 005- PENTLAND HILLS (181) C Wall 9 0 ................. G Wood (3) 92
12 (4) 600- KING ATHELSTAN (203) J Best 9 0 .................. J Crowley 87
13(14) 030 SIR FRED (21) Miss J Feilden 8 8 ......... Shelley Birkett (3) 88
14 (7) 5-46 GOLDEN GUIDE (13) K Burke 8 8 .............. David Egan (3) 88
Star Betting: — 3 Cristal Spirit, 13-2 Baasha, 15-2 Atticus Boy,
Finisher, 8 Dawn Dancer, 9 Immortal Romance, 10 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: BAASHA DANGER: Finisher
HILLS HANDICAP
4.00 PLEASUREWOOD
Class 4 1m 2f (8 runners) £5,531
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(8) 1-1 MORDIN (20)(A) S Crisford 4 9 7 .....................James Doyle ★99
(2) 20-L SWILLY SUNSET (18)(C,D,A,G,S) A Carson 5 9 7 S De Sousa 94
(7) 5L1- CIAOADIOSIMDONE (155)(A) J Ryan 4 9 4 ......... G Mosse 85
(1) 511- CRIMSON ROSETTE (158)(D,A,G)(H) C Fellowes 4 9 2
S Donohoe 97
5 (3) 516- GIVEAWAY GLANCE (J29)(D,S)(H) A King 5 9 2M Harley 97
6 (4) 1150 SHAMROKH (30)(D,A)(P,T) M Appleby 4 8 12 ... T Queally 87
7 (5) 34-3 VOI (19)(C,S)(T) C Allen 4 8 10 ................................A Atzeni 88
8 (6) -553 BLUFF CRAG (43)(A,S) P McBride 5 8 8 ............. W Cox (5) 88
Star Betting: — 5-4 Mordin, 4 Crimson Rosette, 6 Ciaoadiosimdone,
7 Voi, 10 Bluff Crag, 14 Giveaway Glance, 16 Swilly Sunset, Shamrokh.
2017: Mohatem 5 9 6, J Crowley 9-4 (O Burrows), drawn (2), 6 ran.
STARFORM: MORDIN DANGER: Crimson Rosette
TRACKFACTS: Left-handed track almost flat with a run of five
furlongs. It is quite a testing track with no advantage to any type
of horse. High numbers have an advantage on the mile straight
course. Stalls today Straight Centre; Remainder Inside.
POWER SYSTEMS HANDICAP
4.30 EASTERN
Class 5 1m
(9 runners)
£3,752
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(2) 2122 OUD METHA BRIDGE (11)(D2,A) Miss J Feilden 4 9 12 . S Birkett (3) ★99
(7) -026 INTERLINK (20)(BF,A) M Bell 5 9 7.... Jacob Mitchell (7) 90
(1) 010- BUSKIN RIVER (196)(BF,D,S) J Eustace 4 9 5 .......R Tate 94
(5) 5460 BAZ (8)(D,G,S)(P) D Shaw 8 9 5 .......................... P Mathers 86
(9) 266- CASTLE TALBOT (182)(G)(P) Tom Clover 6 9 3D Egan (3) 87
(8) 0455 LUNA MAGIC (39)(D,A)(H) Mrs L Pearce 4 9 0 ..J Mitchell 88
(6) L-L0 RIGHT ABOUT NOW (11)(B*) C Dwyer 4 8 13 L Edmunds (3) 94
(3) 60-3 CRYPTONITE (6)(A,S)(P) M Appleby 4 8 12 ......S De Sousa 92
(4) 066- MARILYN (190)(BF,C,G) C Wall 4 8 11 ...............H Bentley 93
Star Betting: — 5-2 Oud Metha Bridge, 9-2 Interlink, 6 Buskin River,
Cryptonite, 7 Castle Talbot, 8 Marilyn, 10 Luna Magic, 12 others.
2017: Phosphorescence 7 9 11, O Murphy 7-4 Fav (G Scott), drn (8), 8 ran.
STARFORM: OUD METHA BRIDGE DANGER: Buskin River
JOCKEY’S FUND HANDICAP
5.05 INJURED
Class 5 3YO 6f
(8 runners) £3,752
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(5) 20-2 KALAGIA (20)(BF,G) M Johnston 9 7 ...................J Fanning ★99
(2) 4430 CLOUD EIGHT (14)(H,T) M Botti 9 4 ......................A Atzeni 91
(4) 213- ROMAN SPINNER (114)(D,A)(T) R Guest 9 4 .....M Harley 95
(1) 035- INDIAN WARRIOR (166) E Dunlop 9 4 ..........James Doyle 86
(8) 06-3 GLOBAL EXCEL (33)(BF) Ed Walker 9 1 .............. G Mosse 90
(3) 4-46 ENZO’S LAD (18)(P*) K Burke 9 1......................... C Lee (3) 88
(6) 430- PRISCILLA’S DREAM (199) P McBride 9 0 ......S Donohoe 89
(7) 533- SPENNY’S LASS (182) J Ryan 8 11 ... Josephine Gordon 85
Star Betting: — 2 Global Excel, 3 Kalagia, 5 Priscilla’s Dream, 7 Roman
Spinner, 8 Enzo’s Lad, Spenny’s Lass, 10 Cloud Eight, 12 Indian Warrior.
2017: Edged In Blue 8 7, J Vaughan(3) 25-1 (K Burke), drawn (10), 9 ran.
STARFORM: GLOBAL EXCEL DANGER: Kalagia
AT YARMOUTH HANDICAP
5.40 BADGES
Class 6 5f (13 runners)
£3,105
1 (5) 5163 ASK THE GURU (32)(D9,A,F,G)(B) M Attwater 8 9 10 K Fox 87
2 (12) 241L MIGHTY ZIP (19)(BF,D4,A,G)(P) Mrs L Williamson 6 9 7 G Malune (5) 90
3 (9) 5654 WHO TOLD JO JO (4)(D2,G,S) J Tuite 4 9 7 ..S De Sousa 97
4 (8) 2063 NAG’S WAG (14)(D3,A,F,G) C Dore 5 9 3.. Hayley Turner 93
5 (7) 0433 HURRICANE ALERT (26)(CD,G) M Hoad 6 8 13D Egan (3) ★99
6 (2) 2660 TOOLATETODELEGATE (14)(D,A)(P,T) B Barr 4 8 12 T Whelan 86
7 (11) L540 TINA TEASPOON (12)(H) D Shaw 4 8 12 .......... P Mathers 85
8 (3) L06- DOLLYWAGGON PIKE (162) J R Jenkins 4 8 12 .Gina Mangan (7) 83
9 (4) 066L DROP KICK MURPHI (33)(G,S) Mrs C Dunnett 4 8 12 ...S Donohoe 90
10 (6) 3460 CELERITY (3)(P) Mrs L Williamson 4 8 12 ....... K Lundie (5) 80
11(13) L30L GIVE US A BELLE (12)(D7,A,G)(B,H,T) Mrs C Dunnett 9 8 12 J Quinn 86
12 (1) 560L POPSILCA (26)(D,A) M Quinn 4 8 12 .. Josephine Gordon 93
13(10) LLL- EYE BURNER (124)(V*) J R Jenkins 4 8 12 ..... L Jones (7) 85
Star Betting: — 4 Who Told Jo Jo, 5 Ask The Guru, 6 Nag’s Wag,
Mighty Zip, 8 Hurricane Alert, Drop Kick Murphy, 10 others.
2017: Hurricane Alert 5 8 13, David Egan(7) 6-1 (M Hoad), drn (7), 9 ran.
STARFORM: ASK THE GURU DANGER: Hurricane Alert
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STARFORM: 2.55 Without Parole (treble), 4.00 Mordin (nap),
4.30 Oud Metha Bridge (nb)
CLOCKFORM: 4.00 Mordin 2pts win
WIND OPERATION
EXETER: Stradivarius Davis (3.15).
HUNTINGDON: Hatcher (4.35),
Elegant (5.10), Church Leap (8.00).
LUDLOW: Call To Order (3.35).
THIS WEEKEND'S POOLS
1 Burnley v Brighton ...................... 1
2 Crystal Palace v Leicester ..........X
3 Huddersfield v Everton ............... 2
4 Liverpool v Stoke ........................ 1
5 Man Utd v Arsenal .......................X
6 Newcastle v West Brom..............X
7 Southampton v Bournemouth.... 2
8 Swansea v Chelsea ..................... 2
9 West Ham v Man City .................. 2
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GOING: GOOD – GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Right-handed oval course of one mile four furlongs. Nine fences and five hurdles per circuit, the bends are
none too tight and it is well suited to a galloping type.
TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) N Henderson 31 winners,
(32.6% strike rate), -£15.44, Jonjo O’Neill 29, (24.2%), +£4.92, D
Skelton 20, (16.1%), -£11.90, K Bailey 20, (21.3%), -£6.00.
TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) A Coleman 26 winners, (22.4%
strike rate), -£1.75, H Skelton 18, (15.7%), -£5.90, Jamie Moore 13,
(15.1%), -£11.00, N De Boinville 9, (27.3%), -£5.00, W Kennedy 9,
(15.5%), +£4.00, D Jacob 8, (11.8%), +£75.00.
CHS (NOVS’ LIMITED HCAP)
MAIDEN HURDLE
5.45 188BET
Class 4 (12 fences) 2m 104yds (9 runners) £4,614
4.35 188BET
Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (16 runners) £3,249
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2RPP BLAZING GLEN (61) A Jessop 10 11 2 .................T Garner (3) 80
00L4 EL SCORPIO (14) J Groucott 6 11 2 ............................... L Heard 94
4332 ESKENDASH (29)(BF) Mrs P Sly 5 11 2 ..................... H Brooke ★99
0 GOTHIC EMPIRE (15) R Rowe 6 11 2 .............. A Glassonbury 89
1255 HATCHER (171)(G)(H) D Skelton 5 11 2 ................... H Skelton 94
F MOVIE SET (147) Richard Spencer 6 11 2 ................B J Powell 96
350 ROYAL MARSKELL (29) Miss G Kelleway 9 11 2Jamie Moore 90
3F4 ST PATRICK’S DAY (F28)(P) J R Jenkins 6 11 2 ...... A Wedge 86
0LL TALK OF MONTY (41) Mrs L Wadham 5 11 2 ............. D Jacob 81
P-2 THE CAPTAIN (114) Mrs C Bailey 5 11 2 .................... S Bowen 69
3B5 WORKING CLASS (15) O Sherwood 4 10 11 ....H Beswick (7) 90
LLP/ DONT CALL ME DORIS (949) Miss S Robinson 8 10 9 ..R T Dunne 64
LLL- GOLDEN CANNON (F64) Miss S West 7 10 9 ...... M Goldstein 81
0-00 MIN TIKY (119)(T*) M Bradstock 6 10 9............N De Boinville 83
-000 NO NO LEGEND (29) C Longsdon 5 10 9 ...... Jonathan Burke 93
-5PL RUN FOR EVA (13)(H) Laura Morgan 5 10 9 .......P Cowley (5) 86
Star Betting: — Evs Eskendash, 3 Hatcher, 7 Working Class, 14 No
No Legend, 16 The Captain, 20 Gothic Empire, Movie Set, 25 others.
2017: Shining Romeo 5 11 2, Jamie Moore 20-1 (D P Quinn), 9 ran.
STARFORM: ESKENDASH DANGER: Hatcher
5.10
MARES’ ‘NH’ NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 5f (16 runners) £4,224
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213L OSCAR STAR (40)(S) J Snowden 5 11 4 Miss Page Fuller (5) ★99
-0L0 CADEAUX’S FIRE (50) C Longsdon 5 10 12 ..Paul O’Brien (5) 73
214L CLOONE LADY (13) K Bailey 6 10 12 ....................M Hamill (5) 96
33- ELEGANT (532) M Roberts 7 10 12 ....................Joshua Moore 76
-000 HUNTRESS (50)(G) Miss S Smith 6 10 12 .......J Sherwood (3) 81
22F0 JET SET (31)(G)(T*) C Longsdon 6 10 12 ..... Jonathan Burke 96
00 MAGGIES LEGEND (124)(T) A Hales 5 10 12 .....C Shoemark 72
63P MEGABOOST (26)(P*) B Case 5 10 12 ............M Kendrick (5) 95
2-30 MYTHICAL LEGEND (102) Emma Lavelle 7 10 12 .... A Wedge 96
6P REMEMBER ME WELL (106) R Rowe 5 10 12 A Glassonbury 72
51L0 ROSE OF CIMARRON (140)(S) W Greatrex 5 10 12 .. H Bannister 75
04P4 SHAZZAMATAZ (29) A Hales 6 10 12 .................Will Kennedy 96
40 SHORELINE (154)(H) Jack Barber 5 10 12 .............. R T Dunne 98
26L3 SIMONIA (15) N Henderson 5 10 12 ...................N De Boinville 93
22-2 SWATOW (350)(BF)(H*) Emma Lavelle 6 10 12 ..P Cowley (5) 97
50F DANCECRAFT (4)(B*) G L Moore 4 10 6............. Jamie Moore 90
Star Betting: — 9-4 Jet Set, 9-2 Swatow, 6 Simonia, Oscar Star, 11 Rose Of
Cimarron, 12 Shazzamataz, 16 Elegant, 20 Shoreline, 25 others.
2017: La Bague Au Roi 6 12 2, R Johnson 1-4 Fav (W Greatrex), 3 ran.
STARFORM: SIMONIA DANGER: Swatow
1 L513 DAREBIN (30)(D,G,S)(V) G L Moore 6 11 8 ........ Jamie Moore 95
2 F3-L NO DICE (114) F O’Brien 9 11 6 .................................... S Bowen 93
3 1LUL SAN PEDRO DE SENAM (26)(S)(B*) G L Moore 5 11 5
Joshua Moore 96
4 6L0U CAPITOUL (17)(S) Dr R Newland 6 11 5 ..................... H Brooke 95
5 LLPP HARGAM (87)(G,S) J J Quinn 7 11 5........................DOUBTFUL 89
6 2P12 NIGHTFLY (111)(D,G)(T) C Longsdon 7 11 4Jonathan Burke ★99
7 2-L2 BALLYCAMP (13) C Pogson 9 11 4............................. A Pogson 94
8 FUF3 ITS A STING (50)(G)(H) O Sherwood 9 10 9 ........C Shoemark 89
9 0003 SHININSTAR (29)(H) J Groucott 9 10 3......Miss L Brooke (7) 88
LONG HANDICAP: Shininstar 9-5.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Darebin, 4 Nightfly, 4 Capitoul, 6 San Pedro De
Senam, 7 No Dice, Capitoul, 8 Ballycamp, 9 Its A Sting, 33 Shininstar.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: NIGHTFLY DANGER: Darebin
HANDICAP HURDLE
6.20 188BET
Class 4 (12 flights) 3m 1f (18 runners) £5,848
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LOUGH SALT (26)(G,S) R C Guest 7 11 13.............. H Skelton 95
INNISFREE LAD (27)(BF,S) David Dennis 6 11 12 . R T Dunne 88
RECKLESS BEHAVIOR (13)(S) Mrs C Bailey 6 11 11S Bowen ★99
ONE FORTY SEVEN (123)(V*) N Twiston-Davies 6 11 10 ..J Bargary 89
HOKE COLBURN (75)(G,S) H Whittington 6 11 9 H Bannister 95
COEUR PENSIF (46)(P*) B Pauling 6 11 9 .................. D Jacob 89
DREAMSOFTHEATRE (88)(CD,D,G,S)(P,T) Jonjo O’Neill 10 11 8
C Shoemark 93
8 2215 AMBERJAM (43)(CD,C,S)(P) Mrs L Wadham 8 11 8
T Cheesman (5) 97
9 34P4 THISONETIME (44)(S) Andrew Martin 7 11 7 . Mr J Martin (7) 83
10 -533 SCOOBY (126)(G) G McPherson 7 11 7 ............ Mr J Nailor (7) 90
11 56L0 MILORD (29)(G)(P) K Bailey 9 11 7 ........................M Hamill (5) 92
12 -L45 FROZEN FLAME (88) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 6 ............. R McLernon 90
13 3212 SACKETT (17)(S) N King 7 11 5 ................................. H Teal (7) 93
14 3014 TZAR DE L’ELFE (27)(S) R Rowe 8 11 3 ......... A Glassonbury 88
15 -040 BALLINTARA (74) Mrs D Grissell 6 11 3 ................ M Goldstein 89
16 1100 OCCASIONALLY YOURS (18)(C4,G,S) A Blackmore 14 11 2
Mr A R Ferguson (7) 88
17 /LL4 ARGENT KNIGHT (41)(P*) C Kellett 8 11 1 .................M Grant 84
18 L0P4 ARTHUR’S REUBEN (61)(P,T) Jennie Candlish 5 10 0R Patrick (5) 92
LONG HANDICAP: Arthur’s Reuben 9-13.
Star Betting: — 5 Innisfree Lad, 6 Reckless Behavior, 7 Lough Salt, 9
Sackett, 12 Amberjam, Hoke Colburn, One Forty Seven, 14 others.
2017: Midnight Monty 7 11 7, S Twiston-Davies 7-1 (Tom Lacey), 9 ran.
STARFORM: AMBERJAM DANGER: Innisfree Lad
16L2
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2150
JACKPOT HANDICAP CHASE
6.55 188BET
Class 4 (16 fences) 2m 4f (9 runners) £4,614
1 1411 RATIFY (46)(CD2,D4,S) F O’Brien 14 11 12 ............ R T Dunne 90
2 562P BENDOMINGO (104)(G) N Twiston-Davies 7 11 10 .. J Bargary 90
3 2-22 CHATEAU ROBIN (138)(BF) K Bailey 7 11 5 .......M Hamill (5) ★99
4 44PP BORDER BREAKER (192)(D,G,S)(T) Sam England 9 11 5
C Bewley (3) 89
5 2P-6 GLENGRA (161) I Williams 9 11 1 ................................. S Bowen 89
6 624U OAKIDOAKI (58)(P,T) B Powell 6 10 6 .....................B J Powell 87
7 4LLP THAT’S THE DEAL (119)(C,D2,G,S) J Cornwall 14 10 5 ..A Wedge 85
8 2342 PEMBROKE HOUSE (14)(S)(P) S-J Davies 11 10 5
C Hammond (7) 87
9 5-0P RISING TIDE (147) Laura Morgan 7 10 3..............P Cowley (5) 89
Star Betting: — 7-4 Ratify, 5 Glengra, 6 Pembroke House, 13-2
Bendomingo, Border Breaker, 8 Chateau Robin, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: RATIFY DANGER: Bendomingo
HANDICAP CHASE
7.30 188BET
Class 5 (19 fences) 3m (11 runners) £3,899
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BARON DU PLESSIS (98)(BF) I Williams 7 12 1 .... R T Dunne 90
SILENT MAN (119)(BF,CD,G,S)(T) T H Weston 8 12 1 .. S Bowen ★99
MIDNIGHT GEM (128)(G) C Longsdon 8 12 1Paul O’Brien (5) 90
WHAT A LAUGH (320)(D,0,G,S) G Hanmer 13 12 1 J McGrath 86
MONDO CANE (46)(C,S)(P) C Pogson 11 11 12 ....... A Pogson 92
DERRYFADDA (901)(D,G) Sam England 9 11 10 .....D England 88
LIKE SULLY (119)(G,S) R Rowe 10 11 4......... A Glassonbury 85
CHILL IN THE WOOD (57) D F Davis 9 10 12 .............M Grant 81
THE JUGOPOLIST (128)(CD2,S)(B) J Cornwall 11 10 7 A Wedge 91
MIDNIGHT MUSTANG (26)(D,S) Andrew Martin 11 10 5
M Hamill (5) 88
11 U024 HEURTEVENT (23)(S) A Carroll 9 10 0 ....................L Edwards 97
Star Betting: — 11-4 Silent Man, 4 Baron Du Plessis, 11-2 Mondo
Cane, 7 Midnight Gem, 9 Midnight Mustang, 12 Heurtevent, 14 others.
2017: Bronco Billy 7 12 1, N Fehily 11-4 Fav (Jonjo O’Neill), 8 ran.
STARFORM: BARON DU PLESSIS DANGER: Mondo Cane
5233
1P13
L26P
2-UP
U2L2
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1-33
CASINO HANDICAP HURDLE
8.00 188BET
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (18 runners) £4,094
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12L6 LONDONIA (234)(D2,G)(H,T) G McPherson 6 11 12 .Kielan Woods 91
4P03 DREAM BAIE (41)(T) M Roberts 5 11 12 ...........Joshua Moore 85
P504 SECRET MELODY (91) T Easterby 5 11 12................ H Brooke 88
/6-P CHURCH LEAP (74)(A)(P) P Chamings 7 11 11 .N De Boinville 88
F203 CHARACTER ONESIE (39) D McCain 6 11 11 ...Will Kennedy 92
6553 DYLIEV (61)(T*) Mrs C Bailey 5 11 10.......................... S Bowen 95
U000 STONECOLDSOBA (61)(D,G) D P Quinn 5 11 10 .. A Coleman 94
234 SPIRIT OF ROME (81)(BF) H Whittington 4 11 7 . H Bannister 93
L050 LAKETOUR LEADER (61) R Rowe 6 11 7 ....... A Glassonbury 86
3060 CHARLIE CHAPLIN (F26)(B*) R Eddery 4 11 7 ..C Shoemark 82
32L2 CUBSWIN (5)(D,G) N King 4 11 7 ...................Bryony Frost (3) 94
00UL THAMES KNIGHT (64) J Boyle 6 11 6 .................. M Goldstein 82
L4/P CANDYMAN CAN (26) Miss L Hurley 8 11 5 .. Miss Page Fuller (5) 83
54P0 FLEUR DU POMMIER (15) G C Maundrell 5 11 4 .. Mr Z Baker (5) 93
6621 THE BLUE BOMBER (29)(S) C Fryer 6 11 3... Fergus Gregory (5) ★99
/5-1 BAY FORTUNA (313)(G) M Usher 9 11 2 ...................D Crosse 90
004 D’WATERSIDE (33) David Loughnane 4 11 1 ......... A P Cawley 84
-L06 MAGIC OF MILAN (16) Sam England 5 10 11 .....C Bewley (3) 89
Star Betting: — 3 Cubswin, 6 Spirit Of Rome, 8 The Blue Bomber, 9
Dyliev, 10 Bay Fortuna, 11 Character Onesie, 12 Londonia, 14 others.
2017: Not Never 5 11 9, Jamie Moore 6-4 Fav (G L Moore), 10 ran.
STARFORM: THE BLUE BOMBER DANGER: Bay Fortuna
AFTERNOON RACING RESULTS
HEXHAM
1.50: 1, CRIXUS’S ESCAPE (B
Hughes 2-1); 2, Whoshotwho (11-10
fav); 3, Indian Harbour (66-1). nk,
41/2l. 9 ran. G Boanas. Tote: £3.00; pl
£1.10, £1.02, £14.20. Exacta: £5.30.
Trifecta: £139.30. CSF: £4.75.
2.20: 1, MISS MACKIE (D Irving
15-2); 2, Sky Full Of Stars (7-2 jtfav);
3, Notonebuttwo (11-1). 7-2 jtfav
Cooper’s Friend. 21/4l, 3l. 9 ran. R M
Smith. Tote: £8.00; pl £2.40, £1.50,
£4.50. Exacta: £38.30. Tricast:
£290.25. Trifecta: £262.60. CSF:
£34.92. NR: Kilcullen Lady, Suprise
Vendor.
2.50: 1, PINEAPPLE RUSH (R
Johnson 10-11 fav); 2, Champagne To
Go (33-1); 3, Ardean Lass (2-1). 6l, 6l.
7 ran. P Hobbs. Tote: £1.90; pl £1.10,
£8.20. Exacta: £23.30. Trifecta:
£41.90. CSF: £22.81. NR: Millrose
Bell.
3.20: 1, RANDY PIKE (Mr W
Easterby 7-2); 2, Only Orsenfoolsies
(20-1); 3, Ryedale Racer (15-2). 5-2
fav Don Lami. 31/4l, 10l. 11 ran. T
Easterby. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.30, £5.40,
£2.50. Exacta: £72.30. Tricast:
£500.73. Trifecta: £535.70. CSF:
£69.93.
3.50: 1, CHICAGO OUTFIT (J
Bewley 40-1); 2, Gibbstown (14-1); 3,
Orioninverness (13-2). 7-2 fav Purple
Harry. 41/2l, 9l. 14 ran. L Kerr. Tote:
£40.10; pl £12.10, £4.90, £2.00.
Exacta: £206.90. Tricast: £4084.16.
Trifecta: £823.30. CSF: £487.08.
4.20: 1, MELEKHOV (R Johnson
5-2 jtfav); 2, Penny Blak (8-1); 3,
Lough Legend (20-1). 5-2 jtfav Urca
De Lima. 11/2l, 7l. 9 ran. P Hobbs.
Tote: £3.00; pl £1.50, £2.40, £3.60.
Exacta: £20.00. Trifecta: £165.50.
CSF: £21.67. NR: Bluefortytwo.
4.55: 1, MENDIP EXPRESS (Mr D
Maxwell evens fav); 2, Shantou
Magic (13-8); 3, Kings Lodge (9-2).
64l, 31l. 4 ran. P Hobbs. Tote: £1.80;
Exacta: £2.90. Trifecta: £4.50. CSF:
£3.11. NR: Midnight Appeal, Thats
Digby.
QUADPOT: £35.30
PLACEPOT: £76.30
NEWTON ABBOT
1.30: 1, GOLDSLINGER (Jamie
Moore 9-4 fav); 2, Iniesta (5-1); 3,
Geni Johnson (50-1). 6l, 8l. 12 ran. G
L Moore. Tote: £2.90; pl £1.40, £1.60,
£11.80. Exacta: £15.60. Tricast:
£439.13. Trifecta: £371.20. CSF:
£13.44.
2.00: 1, WITH DISCRETION (N
De Boinville 11-4); 2, Sensulano (5-4
fav); 3, Dinos Benefit (11-4). 11l, 23l.
11 ran. N Henderson. Tote: £3.40; pl
£1.70, £1.10, £1.20. Exacta: £8.20.
Trifecta: £13.40. CSF: £6.93. NR:
Audora.
2.30: 1, SOME BUCKLE (N Fehily
5-1); 2, Dream Bolt (8-1); 3, Vibrato
Valtat (10-3 jtfav). 10-3 jtfav
Marracudja. 9l, 5l. 6 ran. T R George.
Tote: £4.70; pl £2.20, £3.30. Exacta:
£37.70. Trifecta: £135.80. CSF:
£38.44.
3.00: 1, HIGGS (D Bass 7-2); 2,
Sao (6-5 fav); 3, General Allenby (161). 33/4l, 27l. 9 ran. S-J Davies. Tote:
£4.50; pl £1.40, £1.10, £4.10. Exacta:
£9.30. Trifecta: £66.30. CSF: £8.63.
3.30: 1, FOR CARMEL (P Brennan
7-2 fav); 2, General Girling (5-1); 3,
Monet Moor (22-1). 8l, 19l. 10 ran. P
Henderson. Tote: £4.70; pl £1.20,
£1.90, £7.30. Exacta: £27.90. Tricast:
£342.11. Trifecta: £370.40. CSF:
£22.15.
4.00:
1,
KALMBEFORETHESTORM (Paul
O’Brien 14-1); 2, Quiz Master (5-1); 3,
Bold Image (10-1). 9-2 fav
Dessinateur. nk, 3l. 14 ran. Mrs H
Nelmes. Tote: £21.20; pl £5.90, £1.90,
£4.00. Exacta: £128.40. Tricast:
£751.46. Trifecta: £880.30. CSF:
£83.23. NR: Here’s Herbie.
4.30: 1, STRUMBLE HEAD (Mr P
Bryan 9-1); 2, O Maonlai (3-1); 3,
Virak (2-5 fav). 31/4l, 15l. 5 ran. M
Bowen. Tote: £7.20; pl £2.70, £1.60.
Ex: £32.20. Tf: £36.90. CSF: £35.90.
QUADPOT: £87.50
PLACEPOT: £146.30
PONTEFRACT
2.10: 1, CAREY STREET (J Hart
10-3 fav); 2, Bengali Spirit (7-2); 3,
Five Amarones (7-2). 1l, 11/2l. 11 ran.
J J Quinn. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.30, £1.80,
£1.30. Exacta: £16.50. Trifecta:
£61.70. CSF: £14.36.
2.40: 1, GULF OF POETS (Nathan
Evans 6-1); 2, Society Red (4-1 fav);
3, Dawaaleeb (9-2). 21/2l, 1l. 15 ran.
M W Easterby. Tote: £8.50; pl £2.40,
£2.00, £2.10. Exacta: £41.20. Tricast:
£121.03. Trifecta: £248.80. CSF:
£28.43.
3.10: 1, FOOLAAD (K O’Neill
16-1); 2, El Astronaute (20-1); 3,
Orion’s Bow (15-2). 4-1 fav Atletico.
hd, 3/4l. 14 ran. S Bowring. Tote:
£21.30; pl £2.50, £5.70, £8.00. Exacta:
£454.30. Tricast: £2653.56. Trifecta:
£2819.90. CSF: £308.09.
3.40: 1, WEMYSS POINT (P Aspell
6-1); 2, Becky The Thatcher (5-1); 3,
Bodacious Name (5-1). 9-2 fav
Uptown Funk. hd, 2l. 11 ran. P Kirby.
Tote: £7.60; pl £2.70, £1.70, £1.80.
Exacta: £54.30. Tricast: £162.76.
Trifecta: £212.30. CSF: £35.96. NR:
Argante.
4.10: 1, THREE SAINTS BAY (D
Nolan 9-4 jtfav); 2, Bella Ferrari (152); 3, Our Oystercatcher (8-1). 9-4
jtfav Super D J. 11/4l, 23/4l. 9 ran. D
O’Meara. Tote: £2.80; pl £1.10, £2.50,
£2.20. Exacta: £18.30. Trifecta:
£76.70. CSF: £19.41. NR: It’s Never
Enough.
4.40: 1, ALHAWDAJ (D O’Neill
5-1); 2, Lucky Lucky Man (7-2); 3,
Ingenuity (9-4 fav). 31/4l, 11/4l. 9 ran.
M Johnston. Tote: £5.80; pl £1.40,
£1.40, £1.60. Exacta: £23.90. Trifecta:
£75.40. CSF: £22.43. NR: Pacific
Fleet.
5.15: 1, B FIFTY TWO (H Shaw
7-2); 2, Dragstone Rock (6-1); 3,
Amazing Grazing (10-1). 11-4 fav
Crosse Fire. 3/4l, 3/4l. 9 ran. Mrs M
Fife. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.60, £2.00,
£3.00. Exacta: £26.50. Tricast:
£192.66. Trifecta: £181.40. CSF:
£24.95.
5.45: 1, JO’S GIRL (P J McDonald
8-1); 2, Dalawyna (25-1); 3, Admiral
Rooke (33-1). 9-2 fav Starboy. 1/2l, 2l.
15 ran. M Hammond. Tote: £13.20; pl
£3.30, £4.20, £10.50. Exacta: £242.80.
Tricast: £6249.75. Trifecta: £891.90.
CSF: £208.07. NR: Canadian George.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
£15,859.98 carried over.
QUADPOT: £61.40
PLACEPOT: £188.30
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
EXETER
BRIGHTON
PATRICK WEAVER
Gonnabegood
Point N Shoot
Darling Maltaix
Golden Sunrise
Dontminddboys
Millen Dollar Man
Kootenay River
Master Baker
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1.40
188BET HANDICAP HURDLE (DIV 1)
Class 5 (12 flights) 2m 7f (10 runners) £3,249
SOLSTICE TWILIGHT (43) A Honeyball 6 11 12...... H Cobden 96
MAUNA KEA (10) P Gundry 6 11 10 ....................R Hawker (5) 89
GONNABEGOOD (16)(C,S)(P) J Scott 7 11 9 ......N Scholfield ★99
AMBION LANE (27)(B,T) V Dartnall 8 11 9........ T Scudamore 98
TIS WHAT IT IS (104)(P*) D Pipe 5 11 7 ....... Mr R Dingle (7) 89
BREAKING GROUND (15)(S)(B*,T) Mrs R Ford 6 11 3
D G Noonan 85
7 5-0L GAELIC FLOW (131) C Down 7 11 1 ...................... K Edgar (3) 86
8 3P5P RING MINELLA (27)(T) P Henderson 7 10 13 ........T J O’Brien 93
9 LL2F ADMIRAL BLAKE (29)(C,S)(T) Mrs L Young 11 10 13..H Reed (5) 86
10 062P GEORGINA JOY (43)(T) N Hawke 5 10 9 ........T Buckley (10) 93
Star Betting: — 4 Admiral Blake, 9-2 Breaking Ground, 5
Gonnabegood, 6 Solstice Twilight, Georgina Joy, 8 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: GONNABEGOOD DANGER: Breaking Ground
00L3
-00L
2P14
5PPP
00LP
1UL5
2.15
188BET HANDICAP HURDLE (DIV 2)
Class 5 (12 flights) 2m 7f (9 runners) £3,249
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2320 FEARSOME FRED (43) Dr J Naylor 9 11 12 ....... D Sansom (5) 92
5232 POINT N SHOOT (7)(D,S)(B,T) N Hawke 7 11 11...T Buckley (10) ★99
0665 HALLY’S KITCHEN (18)(T*) Mrs F M Shaw 6 11 10 Mr M Legg (5) 96
006L WILLIE MCLOVIN (72) C J Gray 6 11 8 ................... M G Nolan 88
1LL2 TARA WELL (38)(S)(P,T) R Dickin 8 11 6 ...............J Nixon (7) 97
50LL BERMEO (69)(D,G)(B) J Farrelly 7 11 4 ......................T Cannon 98
100P FINDUSATGORCOMBE (66)(G) J Frost 6 11 1 ....... H Cobden 92
F564 FLED OR PLED (195)(G)(H) T Vaughan 6 11 0............A Johns 98
4-44 DROPZONE (293)(BF,G,S)(B) B Forsey 9 10 12 ...T J O’Brien 92
Star Betting: — 3 Point N Shoot, 9-2 Tara Well, 11-2 Dropzone, 6
Fearsome Fred, 7 Bermeo, 8 Fled Or Pled, 9 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: FLED OR PLED DANGER: Point N Shoot
2.45
188BET.CO.UK MAIDEN HURDLE
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 2f 111yds (7 runners) £4,094
1 12-5 AMZAC MAGIC (29)(H*) Jack Barber 6 11 2 ........N Scholfield 92
2 53F0 DARLING MALTAIX (118)(G)(H,T*) P Nicholls 5 11 2.. H Cobden 95
3 602 L’AUBERGE DU BOIS (27) J Scott 6 11 2 ..........R Hawker (5) 95
4
60- WHITLEY NEILL (399)(T*) D Pipe 6 11 2 ......... T Scudamore 87
5 2123 ILLTELLMEMA (18)(S)(H*) Miss S Smith 6 10 9....T J O’Brien ★99
6
0L R BREN (111) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 5 10 9 ...................T Cannon 75
7
0 SIENNA ROYALE (43) N Hawke 4 10 3................. D G Noonan 76
Star Betting: — 4-5 Darling Maltaix, 4 L’Auberge Du Bois, 9-2 Amzac
Magic, 6 Illtellmema, 16 Whitley Neill, 50 Sienna Royale, 100 R Bren.
2017: Stealing Mix 7 11 2, T Scudamore 1-2 Fav (N Mulholland), 5 ran.
STARFORM: AMZAC MAGIC DANGER: Darling Maltaix
NOVICES’ HURDLE
3.15 188BET
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 7f (5 runners) £4,094
1 1LP4 DANCING SHADOW (72)(C,G,S)(B) V Dartnall 9 11 6
T Scudamore 93
2 2413 GOLDEN SUNRISE (48)(C,S)(T*) C Tizzard 5 11 6 H Cobden 91
3 0-PL BEYOND SUPREMACY (128) Jack Barber 6 11 0 Mr M McIntyre (7) 75
4
15 STRADIVARIUS DAVIS (130)(T) P Nicholls 5 11 0 N Scholfield 70
5 6022 VODKA ALL THE WAY (16) P Hobbs 6 11 0 .........T J O’Brien ★99
Star Betting: — 7-4 Vodka All The Way, 9-4 Golden Sunrise, 11-4
Dancing Shadow, 6 Stradivarius Davis, 33 Beyond Supremacy.
2017: Captain Buck’s 5 11 6, S Twiston-Davies 7-4 (P Nicholls), 3 ran.
STARFORM: STRADIVARIUS DAVIS DANGER: Vodka All The Way
3.50
188BET CHASE (NOVS’ LIMITED HCAP)
Class 4 (18 fences) 3m (6 runners) £7,148
1
2
3
4
5
6
3PL1 LEITH HILL LAD (15)(D,G,S) C Longsdon 8 11 8 .T J O’Brien 96
6P13 CADEAU DU BRESIL (27)(D,S) J G Cann 6 11 2 N Scholfield ★99
165L ROYAL TARA (29)(G) Miss V Williams 9 11 1 ........ A P Cawley 91
3433 JEPECK (29)(BF) Kayley Woollacott 9 11 0............... M G Nolan 95
654P BLACKMILL (27)(P*,T) David Dennis 7 10 13 ......... C Deutsch 86
3121 DONTMINDDBOYS (26)(D,G,S) R Dickin 9 10 7 ...J Nixon (7) 95
Star Betting: — 5-2 Dontminddboys, 3 Leith Hill Lad, 10-3 Jepeck,
11-2 Cadeau Du Bresil, 8 Royal Tara, Blackmill.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: LEITH HILL LAD DANGER: Cadeau Du Bresil
CASINO HANDICAP CHASE
4.25 188BET
Class 5 (12 fences) 2m 1f 109yds (9 runners) £3,899
1 L-PP BENI LIGHT (29)(H) T R George 7 12 2 ....................T Bellamy 90
2 5LPL HOLEINTHEWALL BAR (103)(S) Mrs T Barfoot-Saunt 10 11 12
Mr G B-Saunt 86
3 /PPL SCRUPULEUX (16) C Down 7 11 9 ........................ D G Noonan 87
4 433L TROJAN STAR (46)(BF,S)(P,T) K Bailey 8 11 9 ..... H Cobden 97
5 1-33 GUSTAV (10)(S)(P) Miss Z Davison 8 11 1 ............N Scholfield 92
6 -U24 DENNY KERRELL (47) J W Mullins 7 10 9......... D Sansom (5) ★99
7 L0LP ST MERRYN (58)(T) B Summers 7 10 8 ..................T J O’Brien 87
8 4562 MILLEN DOLLAR MAN (9)(G)(P) A Dunn 9 10 0T Scudamore 96
9 P0P5 MOONTRIPPER (28) P C Dando 9 10 0 ........Mr B R Jones (7) 86
LONG HANDICAP: Moontripper 9-8.
Star Betting: — 2 Millen Dollar Man, 10-3 Gustav, 4 Denny Kerrell,
5 Trojan Star, 7 Beni Light, 14 Holeinthewall Bar, Scrupuleux, 25 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: TROJAN STAR DANGER: Denny Kerrell
NH FLAT RACE (AMATEURS)
5.00 MAIDEN
Class 4 2m 1f (8 runners) £3,249
1
31 BILLYGWYN TOO (45) J W Tudor 5 11 12 ............ C Brace (7) 65
2 3461 CLONDAW BUNNY (58) D Summersby 5 11 12 Mr D Edwards 72
3 3-3L DOCTOR WONG (9) T R George 6 11 12 ....... Mr N George (5) 87
4 U2U SHAMAN DU BERLAIS (31)(BF) Mrs A Vaughan 5 11 12
Mr C Price (7) 68
5
1 KOOTENAY RIVER (44)(S) A King 4 11 7Mr Thomas O’Brien★99
6
1 THE ROESTONE (58) R Chanin 4 11 7.......... Mr L Drowne (7) 81
7
01 HOT RYAN (58) Chris Honour 5 11 5 ................Mr B Carver (7) 81
8
1 CONTROL ME (65) Francesca Nimmo 4 11 0Mr Alex Edwards 91
Star Betting: — 4-5 Kootenay River, 13-2 Control Me, 7 Billygwyn Too,
8 Doctor Wong, 12 Hot Ryan, The Roestone, 14 Clondaw Bunny, 20
Shaman Du Berlais.
2017: Sword Of Fate 4 11 7, Mr T O’Brien(3) 5-1 (Tom Lacey), 10 ran.
STARFORM: KOOTENAY RIVER DANGER: The Roestone
5.35
Whitecrest (nb)
Hard Taskmaster
Black Caesar
Live Dangerously
Becca Campbell
Sharp Operator
Buzz Lightyere
Admiral Blake
Tara Well
Whitley Neill
Dancing Shadow
Cadeau Du Bresil
Gustav
Control Me
Herbert Park
GOING: SOFT – GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
1
2
3
4
5
6
PATRICK WEAVER
STAR TIP
1.40
2.15
2.45
3.15
3.50
4.25
5.00
5.35
NOVICES’ HUNTERS’ CHASE
Class 6 (18 fences) 3m (6 runners) £1,872
1 -111 MASTER BAKER (12)(S) Mrs L Jefford 9 12 0 ..Miss Juanna Buck (5) 98
2 2245 BATHWICK SCANNO (311)(G)(P,T) Mrs Teresa Clark 10 11 10
Mr B Carver (7) 95
3 6B11 BLUE MOUNTAIN BOY (44)(G,S) T Ellis 6 11 10 Miss G Andrews 98
4 L-L1 HERBERT PARK (58)(G,S) R J Alford 8 11 10Mr R Dingle (7) ★99
5 14-2 ITS ALL OR NOTHING (16) Miss C Rowe 9 11 10.. Mr M Hampton (5) 96
6 P-21 KNOCKAN RUN (36) Mrs J Ackner 7 11 10 ...... Mr D Edwards 47
Star Betting: — 7-4 Herbert Park, 2 Master Baker, 3 Blue Mountain
Boy, 8 Knockan Run, 16 Its All Or Nothing, 25 Bathwick Scanno.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MASTER BAKER DANGER: Knockan Run
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 ★.
LUDLOW
PATRICK WEAVER
STAR TIP
4.15
4.50
5.25
5.55
6.30
7.05
7.40
Swiss Cross
Al Manhalah
Hedging
Harry Beau
Let’s Be Happy
Solveig’s Song
Pour La Victoire
Gumball
Ut Majeur Aulmes
Beggars Cross
Souriyan
Cheltenam De Vaige
Monsieur Gibraltar
Rhythm Is A Dancer
TOTEPLACEPOT HANDICAP
Class 5
6f
(6 runners)
£3,752
1 (1) 41L- OCEAN TEMPTRESS (172)(C,D3,S) J Ryan 4 9 11..J Osborn (7) 96
2 (6) L50- SWISS CROSS (231)(C,D9,A,F,G)(P,T) P McEntee 11 9 6
Nicola Currie (5) 89
3 (4) -301 TIGERWOLF (6)(A,G) D Loughnane 5 9 6(6ex) .E J Walsh (3) 94
4 (3) 1623 BALTIC PRINCE (17)(C,D3,A,G) A Carroll 8 9 5 .P Bridgwater (7) ★99
5 (5) 03-0 WHITECREST (13)(CD,C3,D2,A,G,S) J Spearing 10 9 3 L Morris 92
6 (2) 3-05 EVERKYLLACHY (4)(D,G,S)(B) J S Moore 4 9 2 Hollie Doyle 87
Star Betting: — 4-5 Tigerwolf, 6 Whitecrest, 8 Baltic Prince,
Ocean Temptress, 9 Everkyllachy, 14 Swiss Cross.
2017: One Big Surprise 5 9 7, S W Kelly 4-1 (R Hughes), drawn (5), 7 ran.
STARFORM: BALTIC PRINCE DANGER: Everkyllachy
MAIDEN STAKES
4.50 TOTEEXACTA
Class 5 2YO 5f
(8 runners) £3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(3)
DARK PANTHER Ed Walker 9 5 ...............................L Keniry 82
(1)
HARD TASKMASTER J Tate 9 5 .............................L Morris 86
(6)
ITS THE ONLY WAY R Hannon 9 5..........................S Levey 93
(4)
PAGEANT MASTER M Tompkins 9 5 .................... S W Kelly 73
(5)
POCKET DYNAMO(H*) R Cowell 9 5 ............ E J Walsh (3) 80
(7)
AL MANHALAH M Johnston 9 0...............................F Norton ★99
(2)
0 KNOCKABOUT QUEEN (10) M Channon 9 0 .......C Bishop 89
(8)
PINCTADA J Bridger 9 0............................................K O’Neill 70
Star Betting: — 2 Al Manhalah, 7-2 Its The Only Way, 4 Hard
Taskmaster, 6 Dark Panther, Knockabout Queen, 10 Others.
2017: Diamond Pursuit 9 0, J F Egan 3-1 (J Hughes), drawn (5), 6 ran.
STARFORM: ITS THE ONLY WAY DANGER: Al Manhalah
5.25
TOTEQUADPOT HANDICAP
Class 4
7f
(7 runners)
£5,531
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(7) 1420 SAYESSE (6)(C,D,A,G,S) M Channon 4 9 7 ............S Levey ★99
(1) 0-00 BLACK CAESAR (20)(CD2,C2,D,A,G,S) P Hide 7 9 5. S Woods (7) 92
(6) 42-0 ART ECHO (30)(CD,D3,G,S)(P,T) J Mackie 5 9 5 .L Morris 98
(2) L50- HEMINGWAY (196)(G) J Long 4 9 3 ......................F Norton 87
(5) 0331 MADRINHO (17)(A,G) A Carroll 5 9 2 ..Poppy Bridgwater (7) 95
(4) 156- HEDGING (183)(D,S)(P) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 0 .....C Bishop 96
(3) 0-01 ANDALUSITE (18)(CD,C2,A,G)(V) J Gallagher 5 8 9 D Probert 96
Star Betting: — 5-2 Madrinho, 7-2 Art Echo, 9-2 Andalusite, 11-2
Sayesse, 6 Hedging, 8 Black Caesar, 20 Hemingway.
2017: Ice Age 4 9 5, R Winston 11-4 Fav (Eve J-Houghton), drn (5), 7 ran.
STARFORM: BLACK CAESAR DANGER: Andalusite
HANDICAP
5.55 TOTETRIFECTA
Class 6 7f
(14 runners)
1
2
3
4
(4)
(8)
(2)
(5)
£3,105
HARRY BEAU (18)(V) P Evans 4 9 8 .....................C Bishop 98
YOGIYOGIYOGI (18)(V) D Coakley 4 9 7 ......... DOUBTFUL 96
VIOLET’S LADS (32) B Johnson 4 9 6....... Rossa Ryan (5) 96
CORPORAL MADDOX (69)(CD,D8,A,F,G,S)(H,P) R Harris
11 9 5 S Hitchcott ★99
5 (7) 4011 LIMERICK LORD (20)(D,A)(P) Miss J Feilden 6 9 4A Kirby 96
6 (9) -620 PRINCE JAI (22)(D2,A)(P) I Williams 5 9 1 ............L Morris 91
7 (11) 4000 HIDDEN STASH (13)(C,D2,A,G)(P) W Stone 4 8 13 .. Hollie Doyle 93
8 (3) L-04 HIGGY’S HEARTBEAT (18)(P) D Ivory 4 8 12 J Duern (3) 95
9 (1) 05L5 SEA TEA DEA (18)(D,A) A Carson 4 8 11 ........... W Carson 97
10(13) 0444 JOYFUL DREAM (27)(V) J Butler 4 8 10 .................S Levey 96
11(10) 00-0 INDUS VALLEY (90)(CD,C,D3,A,G)(B) D Steele 11 8 8J Elliott (5) 93
12 (6) 0-00 LIVE DANGEROUSLY (13)(CD,C2,D2,G,S)(P) J Bridger 8 8 7
K O’Neill 95
13(12) 400- LUTINE CHARLIE (131)(CD,C2,D,A,F,G) E Owen 11 8 7 . M Dwyer 94
14(14) 0-06 ETTIE HART (97)(CD,G) M Channon 5 8 7 ...........F Norton 96
LONG HANDICAP: Lutine Charlie 8-6, Ettie Hart 8-6.
Star Betting: — 7-2 Limerick Lord, 9-2 Harry Beau, 7 Joyful Dream, 8
Prince Jai, 9 Violet’s Lads, 11 Higgy’s Heartbeat, 12 others.
2017: Tulip Dress 4 9 7, W Carson 10-1 (A Carson), drawn (5), 8 ran.
STARFORM: LIMERICK LORD DANGER: Ettie Hart
0-52
-520
4-20
4-50
6.30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(3)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(4)
(2)
(8)
TOTEPOOLLIVEINFO.COM HANDICAP
Class 5
1m 2f
(8 runners)
£3,752
ELTEZAM (67)(G) Mrs A Perrett 5 9 9 ....................J Haynes 86
DEREK DUVAL (17)(A,G)(H,T) S C Williams 4 9 8 ...D Muscutt ★99
ARCTIC SEA (10)(A,G)(T*) P Cole 4 9 7 ...........R Da Silva 96
DR JULIUS NO (18)(A,G) M McGrath 4 9 5 ........ S W Kelly 86
STORMINGIN (31)(BF,S) G L Moore 5 9 5 ...............A Kirby 95
POETIC FORCE (34)(D,A) A Carroll 4 9 3 .........G Downing 92
BECCA CAMPBELL (62)(CD3,D,G,S)(V) Eve J-Houghton 5 9 2
C Bishop 92
8 (1) 534- LET’S BE HAPPY (J47)(CD,A,G)(P) Ali Stronge 4 8 8 .. Hollie Doyle 96
Star Betting: — 3 Stormingin, 7-2 Derek Duval, 4 Poetic Force,
5 Arctic Sea, 6 Eltezam, 10 Let’s Be Happy, 16 Others.
2017: Roy Rocket 7 9 0, J F Egan 8-1 (J Berry), drawn (3), 8 ran.
STARFORM: BECCA CAMPBELL DANGER: Poetic Force
2455
3152
4-53
60LL
-232
-022
5-0L
7.05
1 (13)
2 (15)
3 (1)
4 (8)
5 (4)
6 (11)
7 (5)
8 (6)
9 (10)
TOTESPORT.COM CLASSIFIED STAKES
Class 6
1m 2f
(16 runners) £3,105
BRAVE TART (66) Martin Smith 4 10 0 .............T Marquand 90
HINT OF GREY (124)(CD,D,G) G L Moore 5 10 0...A Kirby 96
KATIE’S SURPRISE (48)(P*) J Butler 4 10 0.Darragh Keenan (7) 93
LADOFASH (J30)(A)(V) C Gordon 4 10 0 ..............C Bishop 88
MARAAKIB (10)(D3,S) A Dunn 6 10 0 ....................L Keniry 87
MOUNT CLESHAR (343) J Butler 4 10 0 .................S Levey 93
ROCKSETTE (20) P Hide 4 10 0 ..............................L Morris 90
SHARP OPERATOR (19)(D,A)(H) C Wallis 5 10 0 .W Carson 93
SOLVEIG’S SONG (88)(CD2,D2,A,G,S)(P) S Woodman
6 10 0 J Watson (5) 91
10 (9) 24-5 THE SECRETS OUT (36)(G)(H) L Dace 4 10 0 ....K O’Neill 93
11 (2) 05-3 WITH APPROVAL (13)(C2,A,G)(P) Mrs L Mongan 6 10 0
G Downing 86
12 (3) 0-00 GOODBYE LULU (26)(B*) G Baker 3 8 11 ...........H Crouch 87
13 (7) L-64 HAPPY ENDING (11) J W Mullins 3 8 11 ........ Hollie Doyle 87
14(12) 5131 MINIATURE DAFFODIL (18)(D2,A)(P) P Evans 3 8 11
Nicola Currie (5) ★99
15(14) 0L-0 SAINT ANTHONY (11)(B*) M Tompkins 3 8 11 .. S W Kelly 89
16(16) 0-LL VALERIE’S MEMORY (36) P Hide 3 8 11 ............ D Probert 87
Star Betting: — 5 Solveig’s Song, 11-2 Miniature Daffodil, 6 Sharp
Operator, 13-2 Hint Of Grey, 8 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SOLVEIG’S SONG DANGER: With Approval
L-L0
646L/L0
60-0
0000
L0L2-00
1332
00-2
7.40
1 (10)
2 (1)
3 (6)
4 (5)
5 (3)
BETFRED SHOPS HANDICAP
Class 6
1m
(13 runners)
£3,105
SPIRIT OF SARWAN (43)(C,A,G) Miss J Feilden 4 9 10 . Hollie Doyle 96
MANSFIELD (57)(C,G)(B,H) M Wigham 5 9 10.....F Norton 93
FAIR SELENE (26)(D,S) Mrs H Main 4 9 9 .............L Morris 88
BARRSBROOK (13) G L Moore 4 9 7 ....................H Crouch 93
POUR LA VICTOIRE (36)(CD2,C3,A,G,S)(P) A Carroll 8 9 7
G Downing ★99
6 (11) L5-6 BUZZ LIGHTYERE (13)(CD3,G) P Hide 5 9 5.... D Probert 87
7 (9) -00L SHIFTING STAR (32)(CD2,D5,A,G,S)(T,V) J Bridger 13 8 13
Nicola Currie (5) 87
8 (7) 0-05 ROBERT THE PAINTER (13)(D4,G,S)(B) D Steele 10 8 12
Jane Elliott (5) 90
9 (13) 6123 BIG AMIGO (36)(D,A) D Loughnane 5 8 12... E J Walsh (3) 93
10 (2) 3330 RIVERS OF ASIA (26)(P) Martin Smith 5 8 11.T Marquand 84
11(12) 0313 MOSSY’S LODGE (59)(A)(B,T) A Carson 5 8 10 W Carson 90
12 (8) 6426 DE LITTLE ENGINE (13) A Dunn 4 8 9 ........C Bennett (3) 81
13 (4) -005 EXSPECTATION (20) M Blanshard 4 8 7 ..............R Hornby 76
LONG HANDICAP: Exspectation 8-5.
Star Betting: — 9-2 Mansfield, 5 Barrsbrook, 6 Pour La Victoire, 7 Big
Amigo, 8 Mossy’s Lodge, 10 Rivers Of Asia, Fair Selene, 12 others.
2017: Stormbound 8 9 12, David Probert 5-2 Fav (P Cole), drn (8), 7 ran.
STARFORM: POUR LA VICTOIRE DANGER: Mansfield
6-LL
2-02
10-5
-L52
2352
Gumball
Little Jon
Muckle Roe
Galactic Power
Schnabel
Mr Mercurial
Ferrobin
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD – GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Sharp and undulating with a run-in of about
three and a half furlongs. A track for the handy front running
type. There is no straight course but a quick start is a big advantage. Low numbers best in sprints except on heavy ground.
Stalls today 5f Centre; 1m2f Outside; Remainder Inside.
TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) G L Moore 34 winners, (17.1%
strike rate), +£22.85, R Hannon 26, (22.2%), +£3.73, A Carroll 24,
(15.8%), +£15.60, M Channon 21, (15.9%), -£1.00, J Bridger 20,
(12.5%), -£24.04, M Johnston 18, (21.4%), -£6.72.
4.15
STAR TIP
2.00
2.35
3.05
3.35
4.05
4.40
5.15
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.00
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NICK JONES NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (9 flights) 2m (8 runners) £4,874
GUMBALL (12)(D2,G,S) P Hobbs 4 11 5..................R Johnson ★99
SAXO JACK (6)(G)(T) Mrs S Leech 8 11 4............... P Brennan 90
ZALVADOS (73)(CD,S)(P,T) Oliver Greenall 5 11 4Ross Turner (7) 90
BLACKJACKTENNESSEE (28) S Flook 4 10 7 .....J M Davies 72
DAILY TRADER (F8) P Evans 4 10 7 ...........................D Crosse 70
06L INVOLVE (15) K Bailey 4 10 7 ...........................................D Bass 64
52 VEILED SECRET (33)(T) David Dennis 4 10 7...........B Hughes 86
KATEBIRD (F189) Oliver Greenall 4 10 0...................D England 74
Star Betting: — 1-2 Gumball, 10-3 Zalvados, 10 Veiled Secret, 18
Saxo Jack, 25 Katebird, 33 Daily Trader, 66 Involve, 150
Blackjacktennessee.
2017: Peruvien Bleu 5 11 5, Mr C Williams(7) 2-1 (N Williams), 4 ran.
STARFORM: GUMBALL DANGER: Zalvados
22P2
2L00
4210
0R0L
VALLEY BREWERY HCAP CHASE
2.35 WYE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (6 runners) £8,187
1 42U4 POKER SCHOOL (122)(G,S) I Williams 8 12 5Edward Austin (10) 92
2 23L4 UT MAJEUR AULMES (31)(D3,G,S)(T) V Dartnall 10 11 12
R Johnson 98
3 55P2 LITTLE JON (27)(D2,S)(P) N Twiston-Davies 10 11 10 S Twiston-Davies ★99
4 255L VALSEUR DU GRANVAL (59)(D2,G)(T) T R George 9 11 9
P Brennan 94
5 LL52 TODAY PLEASE (58)(D,G,S) Henry Oliver 8 11 2 ......D Crosse 98
6 P636 WALDEN PRINCE (138)(D4,G,S)(P,T) Mrs S Leech 11 10 1
Sean Houlihan (5) 93
Star Betting: — 11-4 Poker School, 3 Today Please, 7-2 Little Jon, 4
Ut Majeur Aulmes, 14 Valseur Du Granval, 25 Walden Prince.
2017: River Purple 10 10 0, Miss T Worsley(7) 33-1 (Lady S Brooke),
6 ran.
STARFORM: POKER SCHOOL DANGER: Today Please
R SMITH GROUP LTD HCAP CHASE
3.05 HClass
3 (19 fences) 3m (11 runners) £12,086
1
-104 BEGGARS CROSS (151)(D2,G,S)(P,T*) Jonjo O’Neill 8 11 12
W Hutchinson 90
2 -6UP MOSS ON THE MILL (24)(C,G,S)(P) T R George 10 11 12
P Brennan 90
3 1L2L MUCKLE ROE (24)(D,S) N Twiston-Davies 9 11 12.. S Twiston-Davies 94
4 055L ACCORDING TO HARRY (15)(CD,G) Nicky Martin 9 11 9
Sean Houlihan (5) 90
5 P0P2 GOODTOKNOW (26)(D2,S)(B) Kerry Lee 10 11 9 R Johnson ★99
6 0-LP RAVISHED (96)(G,S)(T) C Longsdon 10 11 9 ............B Hughes 87
7 41B2 HEY BILL (29)(C,G,S) G McPherson 8 11 8 .......Kielan Woods 91
8 2110 THE HAPPY CHAPPY (136)(C,G)(T) Mrs S Humphrey 7 11 8
J Bowen (3) 86
9 -356 RISE OF AN EMPIRE (277)(G)(T) H Fry 8 11 6 ..N P Madden 86
10 11P- VICTOR LEUDORUM (468)(G,S)(P,T) S Flook 11 11 5. J M Davies 78
11 3334 VIVACCIO (14)(C2,S) Miss V Williams 9 11 0 ......... A Coleman 98
Star Betting: — 7-2 Rise Of An Empire, 9-2 Goodtoknow, Hey Bill, 8
Muckle Roe, Vivaccio, 10 The Happy Chappy, 12 Beggars Cross, 14
Ravished, 18 According To Henry, 22 others.
2017: According To Harry 8 11 10, R Johnson 2-1 (N Martin), 5 ran.
STARFORM: HEY BILL DANGER: The Happy Chappy
HANDICAP HURDLE
3.35 APRIL
Class 3 (12 flights) 3m (11 runners) £7,538
1 P55L SKIPTHECUDDLES (44)(G,S)(P*) G McPherson 7 11 12
Kielan Woods 87
2 425F SOURIYAN (31)(G,S)(B) P Bowen 7 11 11 ...........J Bowen (3) 87
3 1-2L THEATREBAR (17)(C2,S)(T) D Skelton 10 11 11 .Bridget Andrews (3) 90
4 5-20 CALL TO ORDER (207)(BF,D,G)(P) J O’Neill 8 11 10 ...A Coleman 90
5 4333 THE DEVILS DROP (62)(BF) A King 5 11 7 ..... W Hutchinson ★99
6 4LLP WILL O’THE WEST (63)(S) H Daly 7 11 6 ...............R Johnson 90
7 3105 MUTHABIR (46)(D2,G,S) R Phillips 8 11 4 ..........D Hiskett (5) 93
8 3FL5 APPLE OF OUR EYE (29)(C,S)(B*) C Longsdon 8 11 4 . B Hughes 88
9 6252 LORD TOPPER (210)(G) J Snowden 5 11 1S Twiston-Davies 95
10 PP04 MAX FORTE (30)(G)(P) C Down 8 11 1...................J M Davies 86
11 2413 GALACTIC POWER (27)(C2,G,S) R Dickin 8 10 4 ...J Quinlan 88
Star Betting: — 9-2 Call To Order, 7 The Devils Drop, 8 Lord Topper,
Max Forte, 10 Apple Of Our Eye, Muthabir, Will O’The West, 12 others.
2017: Rene’s Girl 7 11 10, H Skelton 2-1 JtFav (D Skelton), 4 ran.
STARFORM: CALL TO ORDER DANGER: The Devils Drop
HANDICAP HURDLE
4.05 NOVICES’
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 5f (15 runners) £4,938
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0213 SCHNABEL (130)(CD,S) David Dennis 6 12 0 ...........B Hughes ★99
0564 ITSAMANSLIFE (98) Katy Price 5 12 0 .......................... B Poste 87
320P ATLANTIC GREY (119) N Twiston-Davies 5 11 12 S Twiston-Davies 91
0556 CHEER’S DELBOY (137) R Dickin 5 11 12 ................... C Poste 89
40F4 PYRIOS (66) P Hobbs 5 11 9 ......................................R Johnson 94
044- BISHOP OF BLING (F257)(BF)(P*) A Ralph 5 11 9 .L Edwards 96
-00L EARTH STORM (74) Jack Barber 6 11 7................N P Madden 85
4000 EAU DE NILE (88) H Daly 5 11 7..................................A Tinkler 90
2-45 THIRD ESTATE (214)(G) N King 6 11 7............ W Hutchinson 90
P-22 CHELTENAM DE VAIGE (161)(BF) F O’Brien 6 11 7 P Brennan 94
4002 PERSHING MISSILE (14)(BF) G McPherson 6 11 4 Kielan Woods 92
-LP0 PREDICT A RIOT (60) I Williams 7 11 2 ......................D Crosse 85
1PPP SAMSON’S REACH (45)(S) R J Price 5 11 2 ........J Bowen (3) 85
4045 ZOLTAN VARGA (12)(BF) M Channon 4 10 4Bryony Frost (3) 93
-0P5 LINCOLN COUNTY (44)(G)(B*,T) O Greenall 7 10 3 .Ross Turner (7) 89
Star Betting: — 4 Cheltenam De Vaige, 11-2 Pyrios, 13-2 Schnabel,
10 Pershing Missile, Zoltan Varga, 11 Third Estate, 12 others.
2017: Whatthebutlersaw 8 11 10, M Grant 7-1 (D F Davis), 8 ran.
STARFORM: CHELTENHAM DE VAIGE DANGER: Pershing Missile
MAPP MEMORIAL HUNTERS’ CHS
4.40 EDDIE
Class 5 (19 fences) 3m (4 runners) £3,120
1 211U MONSIEUR GIBRALTAR (30)(BF,G,S)(T) Mrs R Loxton 7 12 4
Mr L Williams (3) 96
2 -P31 MR MERCURIAL (33)(CD2,G,S)(T) Mrs S Crow 10 12 4 Mr H Crow (7) 94
3 11PL BAY SLY (15)(G) Miss H Brookshaw 11 12 0Mr J Andrews (5) 96
4 -1P2 QUEEN OLIVIA (15)(G,S)(H) Miss V Collins 10 11 7
Miss L Tickle (7) ★99
Star Betting: — 10-11 Monsieur Gibraltar, 2 Mr Mercurial, 6 Queen
Olivia, 14 Bay Sly.
2017: Now Ben 9 11 10, Mr A Edwards(3) 6-4 Fav (Philip Rowley), 10 ran.
STARFORM: MONSIEUR GIBRALTAR DANGER: Mr Mercurial
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
5.15 INTERMEDIATE
Class 4 2m
(10 runners)
£3,899
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3 IMPERIAL AURA (74) K Bailey 5 11 2 .............................D Bass 95
2 OUT FOR JUSTICE (345)(T*) Katy Price 5 11 2 ......... B Poste 77
24 RHYTHM IS A DANCER (38)(T) P Nicholls 5 11 2 ... S Twiston-Davies 96
DONTCOUNTURCHIKENS(T*) David Dennis 4 10 11 B Hughes 74
FERROBIN D Skelton 4 10 11 ................... Bridget Andrews (3) ★99
PRESENTEDWITHWINGS T Symonds 4 10 11.......J M Davies 72
L SCAPPATO (31) Oliver Greenall 4 10 11 ......... Ross Turner (7) 88
L TEREZAZ NIMROD (33) R Brotherton 4 10 11......N P Madden 89
00 FIFTY PEACH WAY (87) Alex Swinswood 6 10 9 ....C O’Farrell 95
PEANUTSPONYPETITE Mike Hammond 5 10 9 ....... C Ring (3) 78
Star Betting: — 7-4 Rhythm Is A Dancer, 2 Imperial Aura,
6 Ferrobin, 12 Dontcounturchikens, Presentedwithwings, 14 others.
2017: Spider’s Bite 5 11 2, R Johnson 3-1 (H Daly), 4 ran.
STARFORM: IMPERIAL AURA DANGER: Rhythm Is A Dancer
FROM ME
All seems right with the world now the
‘European Poker Tour’ is back in business.
And in Monte Carlo too -- its most luxurious
of haunts (24th April-4th May). When you first
start playing in live poker tourneys, it’s easy
to get caught up in what might be termed
the ME-niverse -- where all your focus and
attention is on how YOU are doing, on YOUR
cards, on how YOU are feeling, physically,
mentally, and emotionally.
TO YOU
But winners in life tend to be predominantly
outer-focused, looking for opportunity
to exploit ‘out there’. That’s most true in
tournament poker where the first rule of
success is to look for vulnerabilities in your
opponents and how they play. The more
action a player takes, the more info you
can potentially glean from them. IF you
are paying attention. A key area for insight
comes on the flop when your opponent is
the pre-flop raiser.
OUTER SCOUTER
This is where you want to be watching how
often they make continuation bets, for how
much, in what positions, and against how
many opponents. You also want to pay close
attention to what that player does on the next
street if called or on the flop if check-raised.
Through observation you can build up
a better picture of how that opponent plays,
and that information allows you
to exploit the weaknesses
you find in their game.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
KO agony
for Hartley
■ RUGBY UNION
ENGLAND skipper
Dylan Hartley is out
of the summer tour of
South Africa and the
rest of the Premiership season due to
concussion.
The Northampton
ace (left) was injured
in England’s Six
Nations match against
Ireland last month.
Hamilton’s LTA drive
big worry on women
■ FORMULA ONE
■ TENNIS
LEWIS HAMILTON
says his Mercedes
engineers are battling
to solve the lack of
speed that has cost him
victory in this season’s
first two races.
Ahead of Sunday’s
Azerbaijan Grand
Prix, defending
champion Hamilton
said: “I think we’ve got
a lot of information
over the past couple of
weeks, but if it
continues the way it is
then it’s going to be
very tough to win.”
THE LTA is planning to
double the number of
female tennis coaches
to 1,600 in the next
five years.
Britain’s women lost
3-2 in Japan last
weekend in a failed bid
to qualify for the World
Group of the Fed Cup for
the first time since 1993.
Judy Murray, Britain’s
former Fed Cup captain,
said: “The LTA want to
see more female coaches
who can encourage girls
to take up, and stay in,
the sport.”
UFC
Darren who?
YANK SLAMS SCOUSER TILL
TEXT DSSPORT followed by a space,
then your name and comment, and
send to 85525. Texts cost 25p plus
standard network rate. 18+ only.
SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390
❑
The way Arsene
Wenger has been
treated by some of our
so-called supporters makes
me ashamed to be an
Arsenal fan. I am old
enough to remember the
REAL barren years. I’ve
supported the Gunners
since boyhood. Between
1946 with my dad and 1970
we won one title and one
FA cup. That’s 24 years. In
the barren 80’s we won
ONE title. However, as
unhappy as we were the
club always had our
support and whether we
liked them or not, the
various managers were
always shown respect.
Think about this: in 22
years with Arsene, we have
won 17 trophies. If the
whingers think this is the
dawn of some wonderful
new era, they could be in
for a shock. Shame on
them all. Gooner 1
Tony thfc. And we’re
still laughing. Of all
these these predictions,
don’t think you’ve ever had
one right yet. Gosh, you are
funny, keep ‘em coming.
Ray, Keighley
To Tony THFC and
superspursfan well
home advantage again and
out you go no trophies for
you again and the f.a.even
fixed it so you got easy
draws up to semi-final
Wimbledon Newport
Rochdale and Swansea if
you don’t start winning
thing’s soon Kane and co
will leave. Jaffa
See raheem ‘mr
tumble’ sterling scored
another tap in, they way
he’s playing, i can see a big
team like burnley coming in
for him. Frank teb
let’s sort this once &
4all. Kicks in snooker.
Best ever superon get’s
very few kicks & very rarely
has ball cleaned. Lesser
humans get more kicks.
Further down in rankins 70
or 80, many more kicks. So
wot’s the lesson? Not
rocket science 2 cum 2
conclusion. HUMAN
ERROR. Balls a lot lighter
these days so the smallest
of mishits will bring about a
“kick”. bantaman
well done l,f,c and mr
klopp youv done well
for us now we need to see
henderson lift the cup well
done salah n firmino you,ll
never walk alone. ann
firmino fàn 4eva n eva x
Bolton hang your
heads in shame £35
last day of the season for
us..I HOPE WE SEND YOU
DOWN NFFC 4EVA. TETS
Is this the year Blues
finally do the right thing
and sign Tom Bradshaw?
How often do they need telling ZULU BLUES
❑
❑
Russell’s boys set
course for the top
GREAT BRITAIN have set
their sights on joining the
elite after a stunning start
to their world championship promotion campaign.
Sunday’s 2-1 opening
game win over top seeds
Slovenia in Budapest has
put them on course to join
the world’s top 16.
Today they take on
Kazakhstan, who beat
hosts Hungary 3-0 in
their first match, knowing
another win will take
them top of the Division 1
Group A table.
The top two teams from
the six-nations group will
go up to play the likes of
Russia, America, Canada
and Sweden in next year’s
main competition. Boss
TEXT
Maniacs
❑
❑
■ by PETER OAKES
Peter Russell, said: “We
got a little bit of luck –
but, if you work hard you
have luck.”
Colin Shields, who won
his 85th cap, said: “It was
a new-look squad but the
new guys slotted in as if
they’d been playing with
us for years.
“Nobody was overawed
by the occasion and we
played a top-class game
against one of the best
nations in the world.
“This is a superb result
and we can take so much
momentum from it.”
■
ON THE MONEY:
Darren Till in action
against Cerrone and
(inset) Thompson
WORLD No.1 Stephen
Thompson says Darren
Till doesn’t deserve to be
in the same ring as him.
The pair meet in a top of the bill
welterweight clash at the Echo
Arena in Liverpool on May 27 with
Thompson admitting he doesn’t
even know who Till is.
American Thompson is the top
ranked fighter in the world with
Scouser Till now up to seven
following his KO win over Donald
Cerrone in October.
That victory put the 25-yearold on the map but Thompson
said: “Who is this Darren Till?
“To be honest, I didn’t even know
who this guy was when I was first
approached about a potential fight
with him.
“He got a name after knocking
THE ULTIMATE
INSIDER
UFC with Kevin
evin Francis
rancis
out Cerrone, which I find hard to
understand. Cerrone was on a
three-fight losing streak. He was
knocked out in the fight before by
Jorge Masvidal, who I beat.
“So who is the No.7 guy?
“Why is he jumping over everyone else to fight me, the number
one contender?
“Why am I not fighting the No.2
guy?
“When I was coming up in the
rankings, and I was No.2, I had to
fight the No.1 to earn that title
shot. I’m not very impressed by
Darren Till at all – I really think
Masvidal is a better fighter.”
Thompson beat Masvidal via a
unanimous decision in his last
fight in November, having lost in a
title challenge to Tyron Woodley
in his previous bout.
Till will fight in his home city
on the back of a UFC record of
five wins and one draw.
Meanwhile, Khabib Nurmagomedov, the target of Conor McGregor’s alleged bus attack, wants to
fight the Irish legend for his onetime lightweight world title.
The Russian wrestler won the
belt that McGregor vacated on
April 7, two days after McGregor
threw a trolley at a UFC team bus
in New York, injuring two fighters
and getting himself arrested.
McGregor is due back in court in
New York on assault charges on
June 14.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
BOXING
IN
ASSOCIATION
WITH
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ON CUE: Jamie
Jones celebrates
Jamie savours
magic moment
■
HARD-HITTING:
Tony Bellew on his
way to victory over
David Haye last year
BELLEW FEAR
OVER CHEATS
TONY BELLEW believes
boxing will not begin to
properly punish drug
cheats until someone
dies in the ring.
The former world cruiserweight champion yesterday
delivered a devastating attack on
the sport’s authorities for letting
doping cheats prosper.
And he claimed it could end in
“premeditated murder” if a
boxer goes into the ring with the
advantage
of
performanceenhancing substances.
The Liverpool heavyweight,
35, declined to condemn Saul
‘Canelo’ Alvarez after he called
for clarification on his sixmonth ban. The Mexican has
blamed contaminated meat.
But Bellow hit out at the sport
for failing to deal with the wider
issue. He believes anyone caught
taking drugs should be banned
for life.
He said: “Canelo says he has
‘Someone will have to die in
ring before doping tackled’
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
eaten contaminated meat and if
that is the case then he is a t**.
But I cannot condemn and judge
him if it is contaminated meat.
“But don’t come out and say
someone has failed a drugs test
and then not say the amount.
“I cannot say Canelo is a cheat
until the doping organisation
says so. We need clarification.
“If Canelo has genuinely taken
drugs then ban him but it won’t
change until – and I am sorry to
say it – someone dies at the hands
of a fighter on steroids, because
then it is premeditated murder.
“When that happens you will
see the sport change but until
that defining moment you will
not see it.
“When someone dies, and
touch wood it isn’t me, they
will start banning people for
life and it will send a message.
“It will take someone losing
their life because people do
understand that lives are more
important than money.
“If someone dies at the hands
of a drug cheat it will change
everything but why does it need
that to happen?”
Bellew is back in action next
week when he faces David Haye
in a much-anticipated rematch at
the O2.
He shocked Haye last year when
he stopped him in the 11th round,
after the Londoner suffered a
ruptured Achilles tendon halfway through their fight.
He added: “I’m dealing now
with a wounded animal and that
is the most dangerous thing you
can meet. I’m going to poke him
some more.”
PHOENIX DOUBLE DELIGHT
CHESHIRE PHOENIX are still in the
race for the play-offs after a superb
double winning weekend.
They beat league champions
Leicester Riders and followed
that impressive result with
another victory at Plymouth
Raiders to maintain their push
for a top eight finish.
Rivals Sheffield Sharks have
suffered three straight defeats in
■ by BRADLEY GAINS
the past week and that has kept
Cheshire’s play-off hopes alive
heading into the final weekend
of the regular season.
Phoenix guard Alassan Touray
said: “We have two games left to
try and make a spot in the
play-offs so we have just got to
keep on winning. We had good
energy against Leicester and
everyone gave it their all.
“It’s important for us to stay ready
and just do what we need to do.”
Head coach Ben Thomas added:
“We are still alive in the competition
and will keep working hard for the
remainder of the season.”
Cheshire must win both of their
remaining games this weekend and
hope that Sheffield fail to win.
CONFIDENT: Touray
SHAUN MURPHY saw his
snooker world title hopes
go up in smoke yesterday
when he was beaten by
qualifier Jamie Jones.
The Magician failed to
pull a rabbit out of the hat
as he lost the Betfred
World Championship firstround thriller 10-9 against
the world No.51.
It was the second time in
six years that the 2005
champion had been made
to vanish by the 30-yearold in the first round.
And
a
bewildered
Murphy, 35, was left
wondering why Jones
does not produce the goods
at regular tour events.
Murphy said: “It seems
when Jamie sets foot in
the Crucible there is a
weird change in him.
“I would want to work
out how he plays like that
■ by HECTOR NUNNS
here and then repeat it –
he should be much higher
up the rankings.”
Jones now plays Kyren
Wilson for a place in the
quarter-finals.
He said: “I missed the
first good chance in the
decider and thought, ‘Oh
no’, and that maybe it was
gone – but then he missed
straight away.
“It is the best win of my
career, I have never felt
pressure like that.
“I need to prepare for
every tournament like I
do for the world championship, I haven’t done that
in a lot of my career.
“I think I took being a
professional for granted a
bit and was not dedicating
myself. This season I have
treated it properly.”
Mac has a pop
at fans
LEEDS head coach Brian
McDermott has questioned the amount of
influence rugby league
fans are having on
referees’ decisions.
His side travel to Hull KR
on Sunday looking to
avoid a third defeat on the
trot after losing to last
gasp drop goals against
Wigan and Hull FC.
McDermott said: “Are we
the only sport where
12,000 people ß can
control the outcome of
someone’s offence?
“Does I happen in
soccer? I don’t know if
they control the tempo of
the game so much. When
you have referees shaking
their heads to the crowd
■ by JULIE STOTT
and making gestures, they
are answering the crowd
“We must be the only
sport that talks to the
crowd like that and the
crowd controls the game.”
Castleford forward
Jesse Sene-Fefao has
extended his stay at last
season’s League Leaders’
Shield winners to 2021.
The 28-year-old Samoan
international said: “The
support we get from the
fans, the staff and the
coaches at Castleford has
been fantastic.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
SERIOUSLY
football
PREMIER LEAGUE
Wenger
was right
to quit
HE LEAVES A HERO SAYS
MAN WHO SIGNED HIM
THE Arsenal chairman who
appointed Arsene Wenger
says he is right to quit now.
It was 22 years ago that Peter Hill-Wood
lured Wenger from Japan team Grampus
8, with the deal agreed with a handshake
between the two.
Wenger shocked the Premier League
last week when he announced he is
leaving at the end of the season.
And Hill-Wood, who stepped down as
Gunners chairman in 2013 after 31 years,
said: “I think he has made 100 per cent
the right decision.
“He has given us a hell of a run, he has
been frightfully successful and I thought
it was time he stepped down.
“I think he has found a very sensible
way of doing it. It is the right time and
EXCLUSIVE
By DAVID WOODS
the right thing to do.”
Wenger announced his decision despite
having a year left on his contract.
“It means he is going as a hero,” said
Hill-Wood.
“If he had hung around people would
have become upset and he would have
undone a lot of the good work he has
done in the last 22 years, which would
have been very sad.”
Wenger revealed after Sunday’s 4-1 win
over West Ham that his decision to go
had been heavily influenced by his
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OLD SCHOOL:
Wenger with
former Arsenal
chairman Hill-Wood
CHILLED: Warnock
Neil has
no frosty
feelings
■ by ROB COLE
Arsene anger at TV fans
ARSENE Wenger’s blast
at the club’s supporters
was sparked by constant
attacks on him by
Arsenal Fan TV.
The popular and
outspoken YouTube
channel has more than
750,000 subscribers and
claims to be ‘by real fans
for real fans’.
After Sunday’s 4-1
home win over West
■EXCLUSIVE
by DAVID WOODS
Ham, Wenger launched
an astonishing attack on
supporters, saying they
were trashing the club’s
reputation with their
aggressive behaviour
towards him.
The Arsenal Fan TV site
has regularly featured
foul-mouthed attacks
desire to stop fans, who were warring
over his future, destroying the club’s
image.
“Human beings can be very weird and
some of them do slightly lose their
heads,” said Hill-Wood.
A successful businessman and former
vice-chairman of Hambros Bank, Old
Etonian Hill-Wood revealed how he knew
instantly Wenger shared his values
when he offered him the Arsenal job in
1996.
“I met him in Japan with the former
Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein and
we agreed what we were going to do in
on the 68-year-old
Frenchman.
A source close to
Wenger said he was
unhappy with their
hardline approach to the
issue of whether he
should stay or go.
“He takes on board
what they are saying but
not the way that they are
saying it,” said the
source.
the future. David said we ought to have
something in writing and I said, ‘I don’t
think so’.
“I was very happy with Arsene and I
asked him if he was very happy with
me.
“Arsene said if it was good enough
for me, it was good enough for him
and there was never any question of
having anything written down.
“That sums up Arsene, and since that
moment I have always trusted what he
said 100 per cent.
“I am afraid something like that doesn’t
happen much any more.”
NEIL WARNOCK insists
Cardiff’s clash with Derby
is no grudge match.
The second-placed
Bluebirds travel to their
play-off chasing rivals for a
rearranged game after last
month’s meeting was called
off due to snow.
Cardiff boss Warnock
branded that decision “a
disgrace” at the time and
claimed it had more to do
with the Rams injury list
than bad weather.
That sparked a war of
words between the two
clubs, with Cardiff skipper
Sean Morrison landing
himself in hot water for a
foul-mouthed online rant at
several Derby players.
Cardiff need two wins to
clinch promotion and
Warnock said: “There’s no
bad blood – life’s too short.
“The players get on quite
well with each other, even if
they did have that Twitter
thing.
“But with what we’re both
fighting for there’s always
going to be an edge.
“There will be plenty of
handshakes at the end
of the game.”
Warnock and his men
are guaranteed a chilly
reception, and Derby boss
Gary Rowett said: “Neil has
created a bit of needle in
this game, hasn’t he?
“That’s his management
style – he has always
been quite abrasive
in that sense.
“I still think he is a really
good guy and I think he
has done a fantastic job.
“It’s all just a bit of panto
at times.”
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
SERIOUSLY
football
PREMIER LEAGUE ACTION
■
TOON RAIDER:
Walcott scores
and (right) celebrates
SOCCER
LINES
■
CHRIS BRUNT has
pledged his future to
West Brom even if they
go down, while Albion’s
Ahmed Hegazi will not
be charged after
appearing to punch
Liverpool’s Danny Ings
on Saturday.
THE FA has
apologised for a
tweet which mocked
Tottenham striker
Harry Kane after
Saturday’s 2-1 FA Cup
semi-final defeat by
Manchester United.
ARSENAL hope
Egypt midfielder
Mohamed Elneny will
play again this season
despite suffering ankle
ligament damage against
West Ham on Sunday.
PORTSMOUTH
manager Kenny
Jackett is a contender
for the vacant managßer’s job at Ipswich.
IAN EVATT will
take charge for
Chesterfield’s final three
games after boss Jack
Lester left with the club
on the brink of relegation from the league.
TWO goals from
Alejandro Marques
helped sink Chelsea
3-0 and steer Barcelona to the UEFA
Youth League title.
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WALCOTT’S A
SAM G-RATE
SAM Allardyce jokingly claimed
he would rate himself an 11 out
of 10 after the controversy over
his future as Everton boss.
And Theo Walcott finally gave his under-fire
manager something else to smile about last
night when he fired the Toffees into their
highest place in the Premier League table for
eight months.
Yannick Bolasie’s towering right-wing cross
took a deflection off DeAndre Yedlin in the
50th minute,
And, after Walcott had taken a clever
controlling touch, the former England man
lashed home from six yards.
Walcott said: “Since I’ve been here, Sam
has shown so much faith in me, I just want
to repay that.
“There is more to come from this team. It’s
been hit and miss this season.
“They’ve had a change in management and
it’s a case of getting to know the way we want
to play. With the amount of money spent and
by IAN WHITTELL
EVERTON
NEWCASTLE
1
0
the size of the club, you expect to be higher
up the table but we need to trust each other a
bit more and have more confidence.”
It was Big Sam’s first appearance since last
week’s upset when Everton wrote to fans
asking them to mark their boss out of 10 – an
issue the former England manager handled
with dignity – and his own rating.
Toxic
Allardyce blamed the gaffe on an over-eager
marketing executive but a banner that read
“Our survey says: Get out of our club” was
unfurled before kick-off and just added to the
toxic atmosphere.
Still, Walcott made sure Allardyce lifted the
Robot joy for mascot Jack
■
YOUNG Everton fan
Jack McLinden
made history last night
when a robot helped him
become the Premier
League’s first “remote”
match-day mascot.
The 14-year-old (left) has
severely reduced mobility
because of multiple health
problems and is unable to
attend matches.
But he was still able to
savour the experience of
**
joining his heroes on the
pitch before kick-off
against Newcastle thanks
to a robot named AV1.
The unit was
carried on to
the field by
Everton captain
Phil Jagielka
(right) and fed
panoramic live
images and
sound back to
Jack’s tablet.
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Toffees into eighth spot, their highest spot
since drawing at champions Manchester City
in the second game of the season.
Allardyce said: “I think eighth in the league
compared to fifth from bottom tells you we’re
getting better.
“What was wrong with our style today?
We dominated the game and out-passed
the opposition. You have to be patient.”
Newcastle, whose manager Rafa Benitez
may not be around next season for very
different reasons, was left wondering how his
side failed to collect at least a point.
The Spaniard wants big investment from
the club’s owners to pledge his future to the
Toon and the fact his team could not finish
Everton off last night supported his claim.
Newcastle might have snatched the lead
after Jordan Pickford’s disastrous 38th
minute clearance was blocked by that Kenedy,
with the ball falling kindly for Ayoze Perez
but he failed to find Islam Slimani.
And, after the restart, Phil Jagielka gifted
the ball to Kenedy whose through ball sent
Perez clear for a poor shot.
The Geordies still looked
the more likely scorers with
sub Dwight Gayle shooting
over from five yards with his
first touch, a tricky chance
from a corner.
EVERTON (4-2-3-1): Pickford;
Coleman, Jagielka, Keane,
Baines; Schneiderlin (Davies 51),
Gueye; Walcott, Rooney, Bolasie
(Calvert-Lewin 58); Tosun
(Niasse 84). Subs: Robles,
Martina, Mori, Baningime.
NEWCASTLE (4-4-1-1):
Dubravka; Yedlin, Lascelles,
Lejeune, Dummett; Ritchie
(Murphy 78), Shelvey (Merino 82),
Diame, Kenedy; Perez; Slimani
(Gayle 62). Subs: Darlow, Clark,
Hayden, Manquillo.
Referee: Robert Madley.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
Premier League
Pittsburgh Penguins 8 (Pittsburgh win
series 4-2). Western: Colorado
Avalanche 0 Nashville Predators 5
Everton (0) .................1 Newcastle (0) ........... 0 (Nashville win series 4-2).
Walcott 51
Att: 39,061
P W D L F A Pts
(C) Man City.......34 29 3 2 98 25 90
Man Utd .............34 23 5 6 65 26 74
Liverpool ...........35 20 11 4 80 37 71
Tottenham .........34 20 8 6 66 31 68
Chelsea ..............34 19 6 9 59 34 63
Arsenal ..............34 17 6 11 66 46 57
Burnley ..............35 14 11 10 35 32 53
Everton ..............35 12 9 14 40 54 45
Leicester ............34 11 11 12 49 47 44
Newcastle ..........34 11 8 15 35 43 41
Bournemouth ....35 9 11 15 41 58 38
Watford ..............35 10 8 17 42 60 38
Brighton.............34 8 12 14 32 47 36
Crystal Palace ...35 8 11 16 36 54 35
West Ham ..........34 8 11 15 42 63 35
Huddersfield......34 9 8 17 27 54 35
Swansea ............34 8 9 17 27 51 33
Southampton ....34 5 14 15 33 53 29
Stoke ..................35 6 11 18 32 65 29
West Brom.........35 4 13 18 29 54 25
Vanarama South: Wealdstone 3 East
Thurrock 0. Evo-Stik Northern Premier
League: Mickleover 1 Stalybridge 0.
Southern Premier League: Hitchin 0
Dorchester 0. Bostik Premier League:
Kingstonian 3 Staines 1.
Italian Serie A: Genoa 3 Verona 1.
Spanish La Liga: Athletic Bilbao 1
Levante 3.
BASEBALL
Major League: Arizona Diamondbacks 4 San Diego Padres 2, Atlanta
Braves P New York Mets P, Baltimore
Orioles 3 Cleveland Indians 7, Chicago
White Sox 1 Houston Astros 7, Colorado
Rockies 7 Chicago Cubs 9, Detroit
Tigers 5 Kansas City Royals 8, LA
Angels 2 San Francisco Giants 4, Los
Angeles Dodgers 4 Washington
Nationals 3, Milwaukee Brewers 4
Miami Marlins 2, New York Yankees 5
Toronto Blue Jays 1, Oakland Athletics
4 Boston Red Sox 1, Philadelphia
Phillies 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 2, St Louis
Cardinals 9 Cincinnati Reds 2, Tampa
Bay Rays 8 Minnesota Twins 6, Texas
Rangers 7 Seattle Mariners 4.
SNOOKER
Betfred World Championship (The
Crucible, Sheffield) – 1st rd: M Allen
(NIrl) bt L Highfield (Eng) 10-5, J Jones
(Wal) bt S Murphy (Eng) 10-9, D Junhui
(Chn) leads X Guodong (Chn) 6-3.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: Belle Vue 59 Rye
House 31, Leicester 44 Swindon 46,
Wolverhampton 54 Poole 36.
TENNIS
ATP
Barcelona
Open
Banc
Sabadell (Spain) – 1st rd: M Jaziri
(Tun) bt T Sandgren (US) 6-4 6-4,
B Paire (Fra) bt N Jarry (Chi) 7-6 6-7
6-4, M Granollers (Spa) bt M Kukushkin
(Kaz) 6-2 6-2, R Silva (Bra) bt
J Donaldson (US) 6-3 6-1, D Lajovic
(Ser) bt P Portero (Spa) 6-4 6-7 6-3.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
UEFA Champions League
semi-final, 1st leg
Liverpool v Roma ...............................................
Sky Bet Championship
Derby v Cardiff ....................................................
Nottm Forest v Barnsley ....................................
Sky Bet League One
Bradford v MK Dons ...........................................
Bristol Rovers v Wigan ......................................
Doncaster v Blackburn ......................................
Oldham v Southend............................................
Rochdale v Plymouth .........................................
Shrewsbury v Peterborough .............................
Sky Bet League Two
Coventry v Lincoln .............................................
Morecambe v Cambridge Utd ............................
Newport v Accrington ........................................
Yeovil v Forest Green.........................................
Vanarama National League
Bromley v Barrow ...............................................
Gateshead v Ebbsfleet .......................................
Leyton Orient v Maidenhead .............................
NBA Conference play-offs, 1st rd Torquay v Guiseley ............................................
– Eastern: Indiana Pacers 100
Cleveland Cavaliers 104 (series level Tranmere v Solihull Moors ................................
BASKETBALL
2-2), Milwaukee Bucks 104 Boston
Celtics 102 (series level 2-2),
Washington Wizards 106 Toronto
Raptors 98 (series level 2-2). Western:
San Antonio Spurs 103 Golden State
Warriors 90 (Golden State lead 3-1).
CRICKET
Vanarama North: Blyth v Curzon
Ashton, Nuneaton v Boston, Spennymoor
v Telford.
Vanarama South: Bognor Regis v
Chelmsford, Braintree v Oxford City,
Concord v Hungerford, Poole v
Whitehawk, Welling v Bath, WestonSuper-Mare v Truro.
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League:
Altrincham v Marine, Barwell v
Stourbridge, Grantham v Warrington,
Lancaster v Buxton, Matlock v Ashton
Utd, Nantwich v Shaw Lane, Stalybridge
v Workington, Whitby v Rushall, Witton
v Farsley.
Evo-Stik Southern Premier League:
Biggleswade v Dunstable, Bishop’s
Stortford v Merthyr, Kettering v Tiverton,
Royston v Slough, St Ives v Chesham.
Bostik Premier League: Billericay v
Harlow, Dorking v Harrow, Leiston v
Needham Market.
Ladbrokes Scottish Championship:
Livingston v Inverness CT. League
Two: Berwick v Stenhousemuir.
JD
Welsh
Premier
League:
Prestatyn v Barry.
FA Women’s Super League:
Arsenal v Liverpool (7.30pm).
Specsavers County Championship
Division One (day 4 of 4) – The Kia
Oval: Surrey 211 & 407-9dec (Pope
145, Foakes 81, Borthwick 74) v Hants
147 & 332 (Northeast 129). Surrey
(20pts) bt Hants (3pts) by 139 runs.
Headingley: Yorks 256 (Hodd 62) &
334 (Ballance 82) v Notts 188 (Taylor
57) & 238 (Coad 6-81). Yorks (21pts) bt
Notts (3pts) by 164 runs.
Division Two (day 4 of 4) – Derby:
Derbys 265 (Viljoen 60no) & 333-3dec
(Reece 157no, Slater 99) v Middlesex
157 & 340 (Harris 64no). Derbys (21pts)
bt Middlesex (3pts) by 101 runs.
Bristol: Gloucs 236 (de Lange 5-62)
& 372 (Bracey 120no, Higgins 61) v
Glamorgan 526-9dec (Lloyd 119, Marsh
111, de Lange 50no) & 85-4. Glamorgan
(22pts) bt Gloucs (2pts) by six wkts.
Grace Road: Sussex 438-8dec
(Burgess 101no, Wright 88, Sharma 66)
RUGBY UNION
& 241-4dec (Wells 102no) v Leics 422Greene King IPA Championship:
9dec (Ackermann 186, Cosgrove 64). Nottingham v Bedford (7.45pm).
Leics (10pts) drew with Sussex (9pts).
GOLF
US PGA Tour – Texas Open (San
Antonio) – leading final totals (US
unless stated, par 72): 271 A Landry 68;
273 T Mullinax 69, S O’Hair 66; 274
J Walker 67; 275 Z Johnson 72; 276
J Niemann (Col) 67; 277 R Moore 72;
278 C Kirk 71, A Putnam 69, K
Streelman 67; 279 R Werenski 71, B
Crane 67, M Laird (Sco) 72, B Horschel
70; 280 B Snedeker 70; 281 A Baddeley
(Aus) 71, G Murray 73, V Taylor 72,
D Hearn (Can) 70; 283 N Watney 71,
D McCarthy 70, R Goosen (Rsa) 69,
C Hadley 73, J Wagner 69, D Frittelli
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SERIOUSLY
football
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
WE WON’T BE
STRESSING
OVER MO
Roma to treat him like Messi
■
BE PREPARED:
Roma coach
Eusebio Di
Francesco takes a
look round Anfield
last night
PREVIOUS CHAMPIONS
LEAGUE MEETINGS
MARCH 19, 2002 - SECOND PHASE
0 Roma
Liverpool 2
Litmanen pen 7
Heskey 64
DECEMBER 5, 2001 - SECOND PHASE
0 Liverpool
Roma 0
MAY 30, 1984 - EUROPEAN CUP FINAL
1 Roma
Liverpool 1
Neal 15
Pruzzo 44
Liverpool won 4-2 on penalties
OVERALL RECORD
s 1
Liverpool 3 wins Roma 1 wins Draw
ROMA will use the blueprint
that kept Lionel Messi quiet in
order to tackle former teammate Mohamed Salah.
The Serie A giants are reunited with the
Egyptian ace in tonight’s Champions
League semi-final first leg after his
summer move to Liverpool.
But the message was clear last night from
both manager Eusebio Di Francesco and
defender Aleksandar Kolarov – there is no
special plan for Salah.
And that’s despite his 41 goals in a
stunning season that earned him the PFA
Player of the Year prize on Sunday night.
Threat
The tactics worked against Messi as one
of the world’s greatest stars drew a blank,
even in the 4-1 win for Barcelona at the Nou
Camp before his side were dumped out of
the quarter-finals at the Stadio Olimpico.
Most at Roma will know about the
threat Salah poses but Kolarov will go
up against him for the first time as the
left-back is charged with the role of
stopping him down the right flank.
“Against Barcelona we played as a team
which did not just focus on Messi but all
our rivals,” said Kolarov.
“We need to focus not only on Salah. It is
not about stopping one player. Liverpool
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
are not only Salah, they have a number of
good players.”
Midfielder Kevin Strootman briefly went
off message yesterday by claiming Roma
did have “special tactics” for Salah, who he
called Liverpool’s “most dangerous player”.
But manager Di Francesco repeated
Kolarov’s message as he urged Roma to
forget Salah’s time at the club, which
ended nine days after he was
appointed manager last summer.
“I can assure you we did not prepare the
match based on Salah,” said Di Francesco.
“Salah is not here anymore but I can
count on Cengiz Under. He is a talented
player, my philosophy is to look forward
and to move on.”
There might be concern about Liverpool’s
blistering counter attack which of course
does count on Salah as well as the pace of
Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
But there will be no parking of the bus for
the Serie giants. Di Francesco added: “You
want my team to sit back? Really?
“They have to force us to drop deep but
that is not idea.
“We’ll try to impose our style to make the
most of Liverpool’s possible weaknesses.”
Captain Daniele De Rossi laid a wreath
at the Hillsborough memorial at Anfield
last night on behalf of Roma.
l
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
MENDY’S DEBT TO FANS
BENJAMIN MENDY admits his close bond
with Manchester City fans helped him
through his injury hell.
The French international ruptured knee
ligaments just four games into his City
career following his £55m move from
Monaco last summer.
He spent nine months on the sidelines and
went through a punishing rehab programme
in a bid to save his season.
Spirits
Mendy made his long-awaited return as a
second-half sub on Sunday as City thrashed
Swansea 5-0, and was mobbed by fans who
invaded the pitch at the final whistle.
He insists the banter with supporters on
social media while he was laid-up kept his
spirits up and drove him towards coming
back stronger.
Mendy said: “There is a lot of love in this
team, a really good atmosphere and
everyone is living it with each other.
“I like to bring happiness to the fans and I
think they like that too.
“It was amazing to be back after this long
■
READY TO GO:
Roma’s Edin
Dzeko (left) and
Aleksandar Kolarov
on the pitch at
Anfield last night
MO SALA
TO SCORE FIHRST
5/2
■
JOY BOYS: Mohamed
Salah and Virgil Van
Dijk enjoy a joke in training
yesterday and (left) Salah
celebrates a goal during
his time with Roma
■ by JEREMY CROSS
time. When I went on the pitch, the atmosphere was amazing. It has been a very long
time, but every day I worked hard with the
physio, the doctors and the players. I knew
with this injury we had to wait and work,
but nine months on I am strong.
“I stayed with my family and friends,
who helped me through this
moment. All the time I am laughing
with the fans on social media. I am
the same as the fans – I go to the
toilet and everything, so I am the
same!”
Meanwhile, the FA have
launched an investigation into
the pitch invasion that followed
City’s win on Sunday.
Starsport understands the
FA are considering charging
the club with failing to control
the fans as well as handing
them a second charge
relating to the fact at least
one blue flare was set-off.
■
BACK AGAIN:
Benjamin Mendy
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
SERIOUSLY
football
WEMBLEY ACE: Giroud
LET’S MAKE
Oli’s out
to topple
pal Alex Mo will
■ by PAUL BROWN
OLIVIER GIROUD cannot
wait to face fellow FA Cup
finalist Alexis Sanchez in
the battle to be crowned
the king of Wembley.
Giroud and Sanchez were
team-mates when Arsenal
beat Chelsea in last year’s
final and are both unbeaten
at the national stadium in
the competition.
They will face off against
each other when the Blues
take on Manchester United
in this year’s May 19
showpiece after both men
scored in the semis.
Since Giroud came to
England in 2013, no-one has
scored more than his 15 FA
Cup goals, while Sanchez
has eight in seven
appearances at Wembley in
all competitions.
The Frenchman has three
FA Cup winners’ medals
compared to Sanchez’s two.
After scoring against
Southampton in Sunday’s
2-0 semi-final win, Giroud
said: “I love to play here.
“I was joking before and I
said it’s my garden. I want
to continue the good luck
and success I’ve got here.
“I want to win the FA Cup
with Chelsea. I told my
team-mates: ‘I’m unbeaten
here and I want this
momentum to carry on.’
“Alexis is also unbeaten,
but he only signed in 2014
for Arsenal. I will be happy
to see him. It’s always
special to play against old
players, especially as we
have good memories.”
Giroud is becoming a cult
figure at Chelsea after
crossing London in
January and is favourite
to start in the final in place
of Alvaro Morata.
He said: “I think I’ve got a
good understanding with
the boys on the pitch and
we have a great team
cohesion. We do a great job
on the pitch for each other.
“Competition is good for
strikers. You need to keep
your maximum, and it
helps you to step up.”
punish
bullies
From Back Page
in a football way. He had
a fantastic time there and
became the player we
have now. Credit to the
staff and players at Roma
because they were all
part of his development.”
Liverpool are chasing
their sixth European
Cup after knocking
Manchester City out in
the quarter-finals, while
Roma reached the last
four after a surprise win
against Barcelona.
Klopp wants his men to
prove they deserve to be
back among Europe’s
elite after earning their
place in the semis for the
first time in a decade.
Asked if it is a once-ina-lifetime chance for his
stars, Klopp said: “I
would say that if I was in
doubt about the attitude
of the boys, but I’m not.
“Yes this is a massive
opportunity but not a
once-in-a-lifetime chance.
“I am already in the
semi-finals for the
second time. I could be
in the final for the second
time. That’s pretty rare.
“We all feel the same
excitement. We all came
here together.
“Let’s play our best
football and see what
happens. We can make
things big afterwards, but
before it doesn’t help.
“We really feel the
opportunity. It is a big
thing. We came here with
not a lot of expectation.
“There is no pressure.
We are not the team that
has to win. We are the
team that can win.
“People ask me if I
feel pressure. No. I only
feel opportunity.”
JORDAN HENDERSON believes it
is time for the current Liverpool
side to write their names into the
history books.
The Kop skipper will lead out his side tonight
at Anfield against Italian side Roma in the first
leg of their Champions League semi-final tie.
It is a repeat of the 1984 European Cup final
when Liverpool won on penalties to seal their
fourth triumph in the competition.
A famous night saw the Reds beat the Serie A
giants in their own backyard with a team
including legends such as Kenny Dalglish, Ian
Rush, Alan Hansen and Graeme Souness.
It is remembered for the Liverpool players
singing Chris Rea’s hit record I Don’t Know
What It Is But I Love It in the tunnel and
keeper Bruce Grobbelaar’s wobbly legs in the
shoot-out.
But now it is time for Jurgen Klopp’s side
to create their own memories and leave
their own mark on the competition.
“Of course we all know the history of the
club and how brilliant it is,” said Henderson.
“We definitely take inspiration from that
but at the same time our focus is to create our
own history.
“We want people to be looking back at this
■
ROMA THERAPY: Liverpool’s
1984 heroes celebrate lifting
the European Cup in Rome
Henderson: We want
to be Anfield legends
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
team in 20 or 30 years and saying how good we
were and how special this year was or the next
few years will be.
“I feel we are in a great place but I feel that
this is just the start of something special.
Dream
“Since the manager came to the club we’ve
improved every season.
“We have done so well to get to this stage and
we need to keep going.
“Hopefully, we’ll have a lot of huge games
over the next few years and it would be nice to
look back on this one with fond memories.”
Henderson, 27, has had many tests during his
seven-year Liverpool career.
Just a year into his Anfield career he was
offered as a makeweight in a possible deal to
bring forward Clint Dempsey from Fulham to
Merseyside.
But the former Sunderland midfielder was
not interested in throwing in the towel despite
a tough first 12 months.
He was ready to fight against the doubters,
those who felt he was not good enough to be a
part of such a big club.
In 2015, when Steven Gerrard left Anfield,
ex-Reds boss Brendan Rodgers handed him
the captaincy.
It was a massive statement and the England
international has gone
on to become a vital cog
in Klopp’s high-flying
team, even if he does
not always grab the
headlines.
There are still some
who criticise him but
his absence has been
felt in big games.
Now he is just three
games from joining Reds
heroes Emlyn Hughes,
Phil Thompson, Souness
and Gerrard in lifting the
European Cup.
“Playing in the semifinal of the Champions
League at Anfield is a
huge
occasion
not
only for me but for all
of the players,” added
Henderson.
“This is what you play
football for, to play in
games like this against
top European sides.
“You
dream
about
playing in the Champions
League and playing in
huge games like this.
“When
it
comes,
everything before it,
every struggle, every test
that you have had will
put you in good stead
for the game.”
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, April 24, 2018
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
HISTORY
■
SHAMEFUL:
Manchester
City’s bus is attacked
■
IT’S JORD
ALMIGHTY:
Henderson
prepares ahead
of today’s
Roma clash
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
SEMI-FINAL 1st leg
LIVERPOOL
v ROMA
LIVERPOOL (4-3-3): Karius;
Alexan
Dijk, Lovren, Robertson; Oxlade der-Arnold, Van
-Chamberlain,
Henderson, Milner; Salah, Firmin
o, Mane.
ROMA (3-4-2-1): Alisson; Fazio,
Manolas, Jesus;
Florenzi, De Rossi, Nainggolan,
Kolarov; Strootman,
Under; Dzeko.
Referee: Felix Byrch (Germany)
Kick-off: 7.45pm, live on BT Sport 2
NO STRESS OVER SALAH
PAGES
44-45
Klopp urges fans
to show respect
JURGEN KLOPP has told
Liverpool fans to show Roma
‘respect’ when they arrive at
Anfield tonight.
Klopp is desperate to avoid
a repeat of the shameful
scenes in the Champions
League quarter-finals when
Manchester City’s team bus
was pelted with bottles, cans
and flares.
The attack led to a
UEFA charge and a
police probe after
two officers
were injured.
But ahead of
tonight’s
semi-final
first leg Klopp
(right) said:
“This is an
outstanding
club known
for its fantastic
atmosphere.
“We don’t need
to throw things. In
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
the stadium do it again and
better.
“Outside the stadium, please
show the respect we expect.
“We can show how just
wonderful Liverpool people
are and we can show it in
20 minutes before the game
and then the whole world
knows it.”
Chief superintendent
Dave Charnock
added: “We are
expecting a
vibrant
atmosphere.
“But our
intention
is that at the
end of the
day we will
be talking
about what
happened on the
pitch as opposed
to off the pitch.”
47
Ryan in
plea to
Potters
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
RYAN SHAWCROSS says
Stoke are sleepwalking
towards relegation.
The Potters must win all
three of their remaining
games against Liverpool,
Crystal Palace and
Swansea to have any hope
of escaping the drop.
Stoke skipper Shawcross
said: “We’ve been sleepwalking into this.
“We have been
disappointing all season
so there’s a lot of factors
that go into the situation
and something needs to
change and change quickly.
“We’ve got to win all
three. It’s difficult but we
will carry on fighting.
“You never give up. If
there are players that give
up, they won’t be playing.
“Football is a strange
sport and it throws up
surprises so hopefully
we can spring one.”
The Potters go to
Liverpool on Saturday, and
Shawcross added: “They
have had a few upsets at
Anfield so hopefully we can
capitalise on them.
“They have two massive
games against Roma in the
Champions League and
we’re sandwiched in
between that so hopefully
their focus will be away
from our game.”
Struggle
for Cats
■ by IAN MURTAGH
CRISIS club Sunderland
are struggling to hold on to
the handful of players that
manager Chris Coleman
wants to keep following
relegation to League One.
The vast majority of
Coleman’s flop squad will
leave this summer.
But he wants to build a
new team around youngster Paddy McNair, George
Honeyman, Joel Asoro and
Duncan Watmore.
But Sheffield Wednesday
have enquired about
Honeyman, McNair is
wanted by two Premier
League clubs while Asoro’s
agent is touting him
around Europe.
American owner Ellis
Short is having to put in
over £2m every month just
to prevent the debt-ridden
Black Cats going bankrupt
as he desperately tries to
sell the club.
SAM IN THE FIRING LINE
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Wenger was
right to walk
EXCLUSIVE: SEE PAGE 42
■
SMILE HIGH: Bolasie
and (right) Walcott
THEO WALCOTT earned
Everton their first win in
four games – but it brought
little relief to under-fire
boss Sam Allardyce.
Toffees ace Walcott
thumped in the only goal
of the game in the 50th
minute to ruin Rafa
EVERTON..1 NEWCASTLE..0
■ by IAN WHITTELL
Benitez’s 100th game in
charge of Newcastle.
But Allardyce, sacked by
Toon 10 years ago, was the
target of abuse from both
sets of fans at Goodison.
Allardyce said: “We’re
getting better. You can’t
knock our football.”
Report: Page 43
LIVERPOOL v ROMA
PAGES
44-47
KICK MO
AND
YOU’LL
KOP IT
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL 1st LEG, 7.45pm
■
COMING TO
GET YOU:
Salah is ready
to rattle Roma
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
JURGEN KLOPP has warned Roma to
rough up Mo Salah at their peril.
The Liverpool boss believes star man Salah is ready to
rumble against his former club at Anfield tonight in the
first leg of their Champions League semi-final.
The new PFA player of the year has hit 41 goals since
joining Liverpool from the Italians for £35m last summer.
Klopp (below) said: “I am sure Italian defenders are
famous for not having friendly games.
“So I think Mo will feel pretty early in the game they are
not his team-mates anymore and then he can strike back
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