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BRITAIN is set to bask
in a glorious 10-day
heatwave with
temperatures soaring
towards a sizzling 30C.
A welcome weather
system dubbed the
Beauty From The
East is on its way,
forecasters have
promised.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
...1947: The FA Cup Final between
Charlton Athletic and Burnley was
televised in its entirety for the first
time. Chris Duffy of Charlton
scored the only goal in extra time.
“It’s funny you should say that.
It’s a good name.” Prince William
after Aussie High Commissioner
Alexander Downer asked if his
son would be named Alexander.
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ONE of the developers
of the nerve agent
allegedly used to
poison an ex Russian
spy is in hospital after
being hit by a car.
Vladimir Uglev, 70,
was crossing a street
close to his home
near the Black Sea
resort of Anapa.
It happened days
after he suggested
Russian assassins
were behind the attack
but Britain would not
be able to prove it.
2nd vote
warning
THE Government will
have a full legal EU
leaving treaty ready
for next March’s
deadline, Brexit
Secretary David Davis
said yesterday.
But he was warned
Britain faces a
constitutional crisis
after he confirmed
MPs will be able to
amend the withdrawal
agreement.
That would open the
door for a vote on a
second referendum.
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being floored by a single punch
outside a pub.
The internet star went viral after he
challenged a moped rider to a fight
from his car in footage from 2015.
But in the new clip he comes off
worse as his attacker wallops
the 57-year-old to the floor in Hull.
Ronnie, who is refusing to press
charges, landed on a wooden
bench before hitting the deck.
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FLASHBACK: Ronnie threatening bike rider in 2015
AMBER
Rudd
was
fighting for her job
last night over her
handling of the Windrush scandal.
The Home Secretary was
also facing calls for the
Government to ditch its
immigration target.
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being walloped by
an attacker, inset
FRENCH President
Emmanuel Macron
fired a barb at the UK
when he claimed his
country has a “very
special relationship”
with the US.
Yesterday he became
the first foreign leader
to address the US
Congress since India’s
Narendra Modi in 2016.
Mr Macron praised
his “shared ideals”
with President
Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, Mr
Trump will make his
controversial visit to
the UK in July – his
first since his election
in November 2016.
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UNDER FIRE: Minister
Home Office blunders led to
scores of Caribbean nationals,
who came to Britain legally
decades ago, losing their jobs
and homes.
Giving evidence to MPs
yesterday, Ms Rudd denied the
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
Tories’ immigration policy had
fuelled the saga.
She said: “It’s wrong to think
the 100,000 net migration target
is the problem here.”
Challenged on whether she
would remove the target, Ms
Rudd said: “I have not
discussed that with the Prime
Minister.”
She is now facing calls to
resign from Labour leader
Jeremy Corbyn as well numerous other MPs.
One of those affected by the
scandal is Jessica Eugene,
a grandmother of Stratford,
east London, who has paid
taxes in this country for almost
40 years.
Despite this, she was fired
from her charity job last month
because she could not prove
her right to remain here.
The 58-year-old, who has not
left Britain since 1970, said she
was “gutted”. She said: “I’ve
always worked and want to
continue doing so.”
A Home Office spokesman
said: “The Home Secretary has
apologised unreservedly for
any distress caused.”
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
Ruby
COMEBACK: McPartlin
Ant and
Dec for
Sin City
ANT and Dec are
heading to Las Vegas.
TV bosses have made
a secret trip to Sin City
as they want it as the
location for the Saturday
Night Takeaway finale
next year.
Troubled Ant, who
is currently in rehab
following a drink-drive
conviction, is tipped to
return to our screens
next year.
It has been widely
speculated that he will
make his comeback on
the duo’s award-winning
Takeaway.
And producers want
the ITV show to have
some true glitz and
glamour so Vegas is
the ideal spot for their
grand finale.
Simpsons
in Much
Apu About
Nothing!
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SAYS CARTOON STAR
THE actor who voices
Apu in The Simpsons
wants
the
“racist”
character culled.
BOOK HELP: Redknapp
HARRY Redknapp has
found himself a new
career helping to pen
an erotic novel.
The ex Spurs manager,
71, has been assisting
author Jilly Cooper
with her new book
which has a saucy
football-themed plot.
Jilly, 81, said: “Harry
has been so excited
about the book.
“He has helped with
all the research. It’s
going to be a wonderful
change for him.”
However, during his
2012 trial for tax
evasion, of which he
was cleared, Harry told
police: “I don’t write.
I couldn’t even fill a
team sheet in.”
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Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
Harry’s
so saucy
new job
CURVY Ruby
is a capital
lass – she lives
in Edinburgh but
loves her trips
to London.
The 19-year-old
reckons it takes
her seven hours to
drive down for her
Page 3 shoots.
As she points
out: “That’s
real dedication for
you!” Yes, Ruby is
a truly model citizen...
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WE WANT BLACKADDER
CLASSIC BBC sitcom Blackadder is the TV
show Brits would most like to return.
A YouGov survey revealed that 27% are
desperate to see Rowan Atkinson’s four-part
comic history series back on the box. Future-
predicting BBC factual series Tomorrow’s
World (26%) and BBC sitcom Only Fools And
Horses (23%) were second and third, with Beeb
comedy classic Fawlty Towers fourth and ITV
period drama Downton Abbey in fifth place.
® by KATE NELSON
just feels like the right thing to
do to me.”
But Azaria sparked a backlash
Hank Azaria said the Kwik- with fans on social media.
One said: “Get a life! You
E-Mart owner is
don’t hear the Scottoo controversial
tish getting all upset
after complaints
with Groundskeeper
about a white
Willie.
actor putting on
“We don’t all have
an accent.
ginger hair and run
Speaking on The
around in kilts. It’s a
Late
Show
in
cartoon, get over
America, he said:
yourself.”
“I’ve given this a
Another said: “Am
lot of thought.
I the only one who
“My eyes have
thinks that the whole
TOON VOICE: Hank
been opened.
Apu controversy is
“The most important thing is
kind of ridiculous?
to listen to Indian people and
“To me, I don’t see Apu as ractheir experience with it.
ist. In fact, I find him inspiring.
“I’m perfectly willing and
“He is more than just an
happy to step aside, or help
Indian stereotype.”
The Star Says: Page 6
transition it into something
kate.nelson@dailystar.co.uk
new. It not only makes sense, it
Sierra off Side
QUITTING: Star
BROADWAY star Sierra Boggess has pulled out
of this summer’s BBC Proms production of
West Side Story after a race row.
Sierra, 35, was to play Puerto Rican Maria – a
part usually reserved for Latin actresses.
She said: “Playing the role would have denied
Latinas the opportunity to sing the score.”
3
4
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
‘Bank left us
£1.5m in debt’
A FAMILY-of-five was forced into poverty when
®
Barclays froze all their accounts because the bank’s
error left them £1.5million overdrawn.
The Livermores had to go to food banks and live off
hand-outs from pals and relatives for a month following
the blunder.
Three of their accounts, which were all in credit, were
each shown to be
£500,000 overdrawn.
Paul and wife Kayleigh,
both 31, struggled to
provide for their three
children – aged 11, eight
and seven – after the
mistake.
Paul, of Worthing,
East Sussex, burst
into tears when he
realised his joint, savings
and personal accounts
had been frozen.
“I cried when I saw the
figure, I was gobsmacked
and didn’t know what
was going on,” the
facilities assistant said.
“It’s so confusing
and stressful, we
have missed payments
for our car finance, tax
and rent because of this.”
Barclays contacted him
yesterday to say the
overdrafts had been
waived – but because
of monster account fees
he is still overdrawn.
The family now wants
compensation.
®
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Rich dad
throttled
his girl, 7
A WEALTHY antiques
dealer who strangled his
seven-year-old daughter
with a dressing gown cord
admitted murder yesterday.
Robert Peters, 56,
throttled Sophia for more
than 20 minutes as she lay
in bed in their £1million
home in Raynes Park,
south-west London.
He then called police
and said: “There’s been
a murder.”
Sophia was still alive
when police arrived but
died next day in hospital.
Peters said he planned to
kill his current wife and
his daughter because he
feared going bankrupt.
He changed his plea to
guilty on the third day of
his trial at the Old Bailey.
It then emerged he tried
to strangle his ex-wife 20
years ago. He will be
sentenced on Monday.
BRIT’S ME!
I WON THE
£121m LOTT
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Punter claims EuroMillions jackpot
£40,000
fella con
A LUCKY Brit last night
came forward to claim a
mammoth £121.3million
EuroMillions jackpot.
A CROOK made a false
Facebook identity to
con a workmate out of
£40,000, a court heard.
Claudia Rodrigues, 26, set
up a profile in a male name
to convince Zelia Cotterill
they were in a relationship.
She asked for money for a
divorce and then pretended
“he” had cancer and
needed cash for treatment.
Rodrigues was jailed for
two years and eight months
after admitting her deceit
at Guernsey Royal Court.
Judge Russell Finch called
it “wicked exploitation”.
But National Lottery operators Camelot refused to
reveal where the ticket was
purchased or the identity
unless the winner decides to
go public in the coming days.
The ticket owner
won with the numbers 20, 23, 28, 30
and 44, and lucky
stars 03 and 07.
Andy Carter, senior
winners’ adviser at the
National Lottery, said:
“This ticket-holder has
flown into third place on
The unnamed winner is the
third biggest in UK history.
® by ANTONY THROWER
the National Lottery Rich List
and can now afford to fly away
anywhere they like.
“We will now look to support the
winner as they take the first steps
to enjoy this incredible win.”
With £62m of their fortune
they could buy themselves
Spectabilis Island in the
Bahamas, known as the Oasis
of the Caribbean.
Surrounded by pristine
white beaches, it boasts
a seaplane ramp to
travel
to
nearby
Florida or visit their
neighbours, all A-list
celebs and billionaires.
If they prefer to stay
in the UK, a five-bedroom castle built in 1542
is on sale for the first time in 300
years in Edinburgh for just £6m.
For a hobby, the newly rich could
buy relegated Sunderland FC with
owner Ellis Short said to be open
to offers of around £50m.
The winner could have a fleet of
luxury motors. Alternatively they
could fill their garage with 90,000
Ford Fiestas costing £13,470 each.
Colin and Chris Weir scooped
the most money when they pocketed £161m in 2011.
Adrian and Gillian Bayford,
who won £148m, split a year after
their jackpot joy in 2012.
The fourth big winning Brit
chose to remain anonymous with
a £113m fortune in 2012.
Neil
Trotter
from
Kent
completes the top five with his
£107m win in 2014.
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JACKPOTS: Top, Chris and Colin Weir. Middle, Adrian and
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
BAN ROMA OVER
ANFIELD AMBUSH
KILLER: Shipman
My shift
of fear
with Dr
Death
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ATTACK: The Italian
supporters charge, one
armed with a hammer, inset
Battered fan fights for his life
Picture: PA
A NURSE was haunted for
30 years by a nightshift she
spent with killer doctor
Harold Shipman during
which three patients died.
Sandra Whitehead, 18 at
the time, says she was too
young and naive to take
her worries to bosses after
the deaths at Pontefract
General Infirmary, West
Yorks, in 1972.
Speaking in the ITV
documentary Harold
Shipman: Doctor Death at
9pm tonight, Sandra said:
“One night we had three
deaths, we just went from
room to room and the
patient had died.
“It just didn’t seem any
reason. They were ill but
they didn’t look on death’s
door. It just seemed a high
proportion of deaths out of
a 32-bedded ward.”
She added: “I think I was
too young and too naive,
I didn’t have the knowledge
and experience to maybe
turn round and see
senior management.”
Sandra later helped
a public inquiry to
investigate Shipman’s
time at Pontefract
General, uncovering
further victims among
the estimated 250-plus
tally of Britain’s biggest
serial killer.
Medics Who Murder: P24
ROMA last night faced
calls to be banned from
Europe “for years” after a
brutal attack at Anfield.
STAR
PEOPLE
really do get
angrier in hot
weather, according to
new research in Poland
which found levels of
the stress hormone
cortisol are lower in
winter.
Liverpool fan Sean Cox was
fighting for his life following an
ambush by Italian hooligans.
BURST
Lad, 13, in
sex quiz
A BOY of 13 has been
arrested and quizzed by
police after five sex
assaults on women in the
same area in two weeks.
All the victims reported
being inappropriately
touched by a youth who
they believed to be between
12 and 14.
The 13-year-old has now
been released but remains
under investigation.
The first incident was on
March 24 in the Windmill
Hill area of Bristol. Police
said: “We’re treating all the
offences as linked.”
THOR-FULLY GOOD
MARVEL movie Avengers:
Infinity War is poised to
break box-office records
when it opens in America
this weekend.
KOP CAR: Yob fans on top of a police van
The brutal thugs, armed with belts
and hammers, pounced outside a pub
next to the ground minutes before
Tuesday evening’s kick-off.
A group of around 20 Italian men
in hoodies and masks are said to
have charged towards fans, including
women and children.
Mr Cox, 53, was knocked down and
hit his head.
The dad-of-three, from Dunboyne,
County Meath, Ireland, was in critical condition at a brain trauma unit
on Merseyside following surgery
last night.
His wife, Martina, has flown to Liverpool. Two men from Rome, aged
® by ANDREW JAMESON
mented: “Has to be sanctions on
Roma. Behind closed doors next
25 and 26, were arrested on suspicion
week, or throw out now, & a big Euroof attempted murder and remain in
pean ban.”
custody.
Another said: “Tragic and pathetic
Detective Paul Speight said: “Witbehavior from Roma fans yesterday.
nesses report that the victim was
5 year ban from Champions and
hit with a belt and then fell to
Europa League for the club would be
the ground.”
in it’s place.”
An eyewitness, a 35-year-old man,
A spokesman for Europe’s governsaid: “I have never seen people
ing football body said: “Uefa is deeply
using belts before, I’ve never seen
shocked by the vile attack and
that kind of trouble before
our thoughts are with the vica match.”
tim and family.”
Nine people were arrested,
Liverpool captain Jordan
aged between 20 and 43, for
Henderson tweeted: “The
offences including affray,
thoughts and prayers of
assault, possession of offenall the players are with the
sive weapons, possession of
Liverpool fan who is cura controlled drug, criminal
rently very poorly in hospidamage and being drunk and
tal, after being badly hurt
disorderly.
ahead of our game.”
The Star Says: P6
They were five Italian men
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and four English men.
SURGERY: Sean Cox
dailystar.co.uk
One Twitter user com-
ULTRAS
THREAT
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ENGLAND fans face a new
violent threat in Russia this
summer as they go face-to-face
with bloodthirsty Tunisian Ultras.
The North African country play
the Three Lions in their first
Group G clash in Volgograd.
Tunisia’s national league
has been riddled with
problems this season and a
19-year-old fan died at a game
earlier this month. More than
®
Bullied footie
girl’s big day
® by ROBIN COTTLE
5,000 Tunisia fans have bought
tickets for the tournament in
Russia, creating fears that
knife-wielding thugs will cause
trouble.
The top four teams in the
Tunisian league all ended
this season without any fans in
their stadiums in a desperate
bid to stamp out violence.
A SIX-year-old who
®Ê
led out England’s
women footballers was
®
TROUBLE: England v Russia in 2016
told “girls can’t play”.
Jessie Adams was left
in tears when bullies told
her to stop playing in
a kickabout at school.
Mum Anna, of Creswell,
Derbys, told of her
ordeal on social media
and she got to join the
Lionesses for their World
Cup qualifier with Wales
in Southampton.
Jessie has now
been told she has
a “bright future” – with
Sheffield Utd “keeping
a close eye on her”.
®
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
Says
End mob
mentality
THE Roma hooligans who attacked
Liverpool fan Sean Cox before their
Champions League semi-final must
be brought to justice.
The Irishman had been looking
forward to what should have been a
magical night watching his team. Now
he is fighting for his life in hospital.
It is the latest in a series of shocking
attacks by Roma’s mob of morons on
fans of English clubs.
Supporters from Chelsea, Spurs,
Arsenal and Manchester United have
all been targeted during fixtures with
the Italian side.
Enough is enough. These knuckle
draggers have no place in football.
They must be kicked out of the game
for good. And banned from travelling
abroad to claim more victims.
If the powers-that-be at Roma won’t
get their so-called fans in order, then
they must face the consequences too.
That means banning the club from
European competition until they sort it
out. They have had enough chances.
These yobs must be stopped.
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PC call is
D’oh daft
IT’S official – the world has gone
mad.
The Simpsons voice actor Hank
Azaria says he is willing to stop playing
Indian shop owner Apu if it offends
people.
The PC brigade claim the popular
character is an unfair and exaggerated
stereotype.
Are they being serious?
These people need to get a grip.
Whatever next?
Will film producers be forced to hire
a German actor to play every single
German character in a war movie
just in case anyone is offended by a
fake accent?
The bosses behind The Simpsons
should make a stand.
They cannot be dictated to by a tiny
group of offence-takers who want to
squeeze the fun out of modern life.
These idiots want to neutralise
anything that might be potentially
offensive and make everything dull.
We can’t let them win.
Foe sexy
DANIEL Craig wants his wife Rachel
Weisz to dress up as a Bond villain
in the bedroom.
We are in no doubt he will take her to
00-heaven.
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Melania, then
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Melanija Knavs,
was born in Novo Mesto
in Slovenia in 1970. At
that time it was part
of Yugoslavia.
Her dad Viktor managed
a car dealership and
her mum Amalija was
a pattern-maker for
a children’s clothing
manufacturer.
She has an older
sister Ines and an
older half-brother Denis,
who she has never met,
from her dad’s previous
relationship.
She famously posed
naked in 2000 for
British GQ on a fur rug
sporting handcuffs.
After modelling since
she was five, she
signed with an agency
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IT’S First Lady
Melania Trump’s
birthday today – but how much do
you know about The Donald’s missus?
The woman who inspired a thousand
memes, most recently thanks to the white
hat she wore during French President
Emmanuel Macron’s visit, turns 48 today.
Here NADINE LINGE
brings you some fascinating
as he
at the age
facts about Melania.
was
of 18,
with
working for
someone else
fashion houses in
but he refused to take no
Paris and Milan.
Melania studied
for an answer.
architecture and
They pair wed in 2005.
design at the University of
They have one child
together called Barron, who
Ljubljana in the Slovenian
capital for a year before
is also fluent in Slovenian,
dropping out.
and she is stepmum to
She moved to New
Trump’s four other children.
As well as her native
York in 1996 and
landed big modelling
language, Melania
jobs but she was not a
speaks English, French
party girl, preferring
and Italian fluently
to watch films alone
as well as some SerboCroatian and German.
or go to the gym.
But she met Donald
Her Secret Service code
two years later at a
name is Muse as it has
New York nightclub,
to begin with the same letter
although he was on a date
as her husband’s alias,
with another woman!
Mogul. Other First Ladies
He asked for her
have gone by Renaissance
number, she declined
(Michelle Obama), Tempo
(Laura Bush) and Evergreen
(Hillary Clinton).
Melania had a cameo
in Ben Stiller’s
Zoolander film but
didn’t get to say a line.
She is the first
President’s wife born
in a communist country, and
the first immigrant First
Lady since 1825.
Melania’s 5ft 11ins
makes her one of the
tallest First Ladies.
Her first solo foreign
trip as First Lady was
to Toronto for the Invictus
Games where she met
Prince Harry.
Melania has her own
jewellery line sold on
QVC and caviar-based
skincare range.
She is said to be worth
a cool £35.6million.
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IN CELL: Westbrook
Danni’s
facing
a fraud
charge
ALFIE DAD: TRY HIS
DOCS FOR MURDER
Lad ‘is left
struggling
to survive’
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FIGHTER:
Little Alfie
in hospital
FORMER EastEnders
actress Danniella
Westbrook is facing a fraud
trial in Spain.
Spanish police confirmed
a 44-year-old Brit had been
held at Malaga Airport on
an outstanding warrant
and taken to court after
a night in a cell.
Court officials said she
had been informed she
would have to stand trial in
October for an alleged
fraud offence before being
released from custody.
No further information
on the allegations was
made available.
But one well-placed
Spanish legal source
described it as a “minor
fraud offence”.
Danniella is said to be
with friends in the
Marbella area.
Her representatives said:
“We cannot disclose any
more information other
than that she has been left
feeling very scared.
“She’s tired and looking
forward to returning back
to the UK next week.”
NELSON
BEN YOUELL
® byandKATE
ALFIE Evans’ dad called
for his doctors to be tried
for conspiracy to murder.
Tom wants charges brought
over not allowing his son out of
Liverpool’s Alder Hey Hospital
for treatment in Italy.
BATTLE: Alfie’s father Tom Evans
Pictures: ITV; EPA
The 23-month-old was said to be
“struggling” last night after being
taken off life support on Monday.
He is suffering from degenerative
brain damage.
Mr Evans said: “Alder Hey has put
their pride ahead of Alfie. What are
they hiding?
“They don’t want him out of this
door unless he’s dead.”
Last night Alfie’s parents lost their
latest challenges to the travel ban.
Three Court of Appeal judges
dismissed their pleas at a hearing
in London which the mum and dad
did not attend.
The court had heard there were
“tensions” between the family and
the children’s hospital.
Besieged
Tom’s barrister Paul Diamond,
from the Christian Legal Centre,
said: “There is no hostility but within that process there are tensions.”
Mr Diamond said an Italian embassy representative was in court and
an air ambulance was on standby at
the “request of the Pope”.
The family said Alfie was taking
food and water and is still breathing
– to the “surprise” of medics.
Security staff were seen escorting
two German air ambulance crew
away from the besieged hospital
yesterday after they were seen talking to Alfie’s family.
An Alder Hey spokesman said:
“Our top priority remains in ensuring Alfie receives the care he
deserves to ensure his comfort, dignity and privacy are maintained
throughout.”
But a High Court judge has
slammed a legal adviser to Alfie’s
family, calling him a “fanatical and
deluded young man”.
Mr Justice Hayden criticised law
student Pavel Stroilov’s “malign
hand”. The court heard that the
adviser, who works for Christian
Legal Centre, had been party to
Alfie’s dad lodging a private prosecution of doctors.
AN online poll run exclusively
by the Daily Star found over
92% of almost 5,000 Brits believe
Alfie should be given a chance to fly
to Italy for treatment.
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body find
A DAD was found hanged
in his barn as his wife
showed prospective buyers
around their home.
Father-of-two David
Gidney, 54, had been signed
off work for six months
suffering from anxiety.
His wife Muriel found his
body as she showed
potential buyers around
their property in Morchard
Bishop, Devon.
She told an inquest in
Exeter: “His sick pay
stopped which caused
concern which prompted
the decision to put our
house on the market.”
Verdict: suicide.
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CRITICISED BY JUDGE: Pavel Stroilov
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Selfie tan peril
KATIE’S 40TH IN AMAZON
KATIE Price revealed she is
planning to party up the Amazon for her 40th birthday.
She is sick of getting drunk
in the same old places – so for
her birthday she plans to hit
the bottle in the rainforest
with a remote tribe.
She said: “My 40th on 22
May. There’s quite a lot hap-
pening this year. We’ve got to
discuss my birthday.”
She added: “I might do something different than a party. I
might do an adventure.”
STANDBY: German air ambulance staff
JAUNT: Price
MILLENNIALS obsessed with selfies are
risking deadly skin cancer by tanning just to
look good on their social media feeds.
A US study found that although they know
the dangers they choose to ignore them in a
bid to impress their peers.
Professor Amy Watson, of Oregon State
University, called the trend “ alarming”.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
Cocaine
shame of
car seller
ALEXANDER
® by ROSS KANIUK
Pictures: PA; WENN
A WEALTHY car dealer has been banned
from the roads after he was caught
driving his Range Rover while more than
13 times over the drug-drive limit.
Peter Pollastretti, 57, tested positive for cocaine
after being stopped following a night out at a
restaurant with his girlfriend.
Police followed him in an unmarked BMW after spotting
him staggering to his car in Knutsford, Cheshire, at
3am on November 19.
Pollastretti, who lives in a
£836,000 home 15 miles away
in Bramhall, failed a breath
test at the roadside.
He was tested for drugs
after five “snaps” of cocaine were found on him at
a police station.
A blood sample showed he
had taken the drug.
He was found to be under
the limit for drink-driving.
At Stockport Magistrates’
Court, Pollastretti admitted possessing cocaine but
denied drug-driving.
He claimed he swallowed
the drug while being taken
STAGGERED: Pollastretti
to
Middlewich
police
station in a patrol car.
I took my wallet out of my
Pollastretti, who appeared inside pocket and took out
under his real name Pietro a small bag with some
Pollastretti, said: “I had cocaine and began to ingest
something in my pocket it to swallow it.”
that I was worried about
He was found guilty and
if I got searched when I got disqualified for 12 months
to the police station, and and fined £1,250 with
I did something a little silly. £895 costs.
‘PHONE SIX’ SHOT
SIX North Koreans were executed by firing squad
on the orders of despot Kim Jong-un for trying to
smuggle a phone book out of the country.
The residents from capital Pyongyang were
accused of treason. The directory is considered
a secret document as it contains the numbers of
factories, companies and high-ranking officials.
A source said: “The point was emphasised that
such acts can be punished at any moment.”
CEREMONY: Harry places a wreath at the memorial and, inset,
the book of remembrance signed by the Prince and Meghan
Tears from
sad Meghan
BRIDE-to-be Meghan Markle was
moved to tears at an Anzac Day
®
dawn service to remember those who
served in the devastating battle
of Gallipoli.
The 36-year-old actress looked
solemn while singing the hymn
Abide With Me.
Her fiancé, Prince Harry,
led the mourners by laying
a wreath at the metal crosses
that commemorate the
soldiers’ sacrifice near
Wellington Arch in London.
The couple signed a book of
remembrance and it is likely to
be the last time Meghan signs
her surname “Markle” before the
couple wed. She also took part in
a Maori greeting with Te Ataraiti
Waretini, of the London Maori Club.
®
ÊEMOTIONAL:
®
Meghan
Markle was
clearly upset
during the service
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
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Pictures: GETTY; PA; WENN
...GREAT NAME!
Bookies
slash the
odds in
bet wave
® by RUTH McKEE
THE odds on the
royal
baby
being
named
Alexander
were slashed last
night after a flood of
bets.
Punters flocked to bookmakers
after
Prince
William was overheard
talking about names at
the Anzac Day commemorations.
Australian High Commissioner Alexander Downer
joked if they had considered
naming the new royal
after him.
Wills replied: “Well, it’s
funny you should say that.
It’s a good name.”
Ladbrokes cut the chances
of the lad being named
Alexander from 10-1 to 5-1.
But a spokesman from the
bookies warned: “We’re not
entirely convinced about this
one, given that George’s middle name is Alexander, but
punters clearly think they’re
onto something and we’ve
had to respond accordingly.”
Bookies have set the odds
of James at 4-1, Albert at 10-1
and Henry at 12-1.
Wills said his wife and son
were “very well thanks” and
“in good form, luckily”.
He added: “Sleeping’s going
reasonably well so far, so
he’s behaving himself which
is good news.”
LOOK OF LOVE: Harry with bride-to-be
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
ON DUTY: Wills and Meghan at service
FAMILY DAY: Wills, Meghan and Harry
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
EASTERN
PR MISE
HELD: DeAngelo
Golden
State
suspect
charged
10 days of sun
are on the way
POLICE who hunted the
so-called Golden State
killer for almost 50 years
last night charged a man
with four murders.
Ex-cop Joseph James
DeAngelo, 72, was held
after a DNA breakthrough,
US officials said.
The arrested suspect’s
identity was revealed at a
press conference in
Sacramento, California.
A spate of gruesome
murders and sex crimes in
the 1970s and 80s made
global headlines.
The killer terrorised
California committing at
least 45 rapes, 12 murders
and numerous burglaries.
He was also nicknamed
the East Area Rapist and
the Original Night Stalker.
One investigator
described the attacks as
“the most horrific I’ve had
to investigate”.
Erika Hutchcraft, an
investigator for Orange
County District Attorney’s
Office, called them “almost
passionless crimes. Very
cold, very violent”.
District Attorney Anne
Marie Schubert called the
murders “the most prolific
unsolved serial killing case
probably in modern
history”. In 2016, the FBI
offered a £36,000 reward for
information.
® by RUTH McKEE
APRIL showers will give way
to clear blue skies and sun in
a 10-day heatwave.
Pictures: MEGA
Forecasters predict the mercury will
soar into the high 20s and could even hit
a sizzling 30C.
During a mini-heatwave last week,
runners battled through record-breaking
highs of 24C at the London Marathon,
with scores of them collapsing along the
26.2-mile route.
Sarah Sammy, of The Weather Channel,
said of next month: “High pressure over
central Europe will drift eastward and
another area of high pressure will build
over the North Atlantic.
“During this time, an area of low
pressure in-between will split, and the
smaller low will stall for a while near the
Bay of Biscay and pump up warmer air
over the UK.”
But the country will have to suffer a few
more rainy days before the warm weather
sweeps back in.
Forecasters warn sudden showers and a
brief icy blast will batter areas across the
north today and tomorrow.
The unsettled weather will spread into
the south at the weekend before things
improve next week.
Met Office forecaster Mark Wilson
explained: “Last week we had high
pressure dominating the weather. This
week it’s low pressure, so we’ve got more
unsettled conditions.
“Last week we had southerly winds
which were dragging up warmer air from
the south, but we’ve now got winds
coming from a cooler direction.”
The Met Office’s long-range forecast
predicted we are set to bathe in a long
spell of warm weather once the sharp
showers stop.
It promised: “A dry and bright spell
of weather with light winds may develop
at the start of this period (around May
10) especially in the north, bringing
slightly above-average temperatures.”
Frilly
Millie
TELLY’S Millie
Mackintosh soaks
„
up the sun on a fun
STAR
weekend at holiday
hotspot Marbella.
The Made In Chelsea
star, 28, looked peachy
as she strolled along
the Spanish sand in
a hot pink bikini.
With her long locks
loose around
her shoulders, she
completed her look with
cat’s eye sunglasses
and gold hoop earrings.
„
BURST
Drug raid
jackpot
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
TEN tons of cocaine, much
of it believed to be destined
for the UK, has been seized
by police in Spain.
The cache was among
crates of bananas in three
lorry containers which
arrived from Colombia at
the port of Algeciras.
Spain’s Interior Minister
said yesterday the haul,
with a street value of
£437million, is the biggest
seizure of cocaine from
containers in Europe.
Six people have been
held and more arrests
are expected.
Crazy divers in
pier ride plunge
Picture: SWNS
MORE than 850,000 British
drivers have had accidents
abroad because they did not
understand foreign road
signs, says Co-op Insurance.
**
Baking hot weather will blast across
the UK as a high pressure front
dubbed the “Beauty From The East”
hits our shores next month.
Dragging
THE women’s
medal ceremony
was scrapped at the
Blackpool Marathon
last Sunday because
two of the first three
were men running
with female friends’
numbers.
CAR-UNCH SIGNS
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DAREDEVILS leap from the top of a helter
skelter at the end of a pier in an act
of reckless tombstoning.
The pair, left, plunged more than
80ft into the waters off Brighton.
The thrill seekers shocked
sunbathers below the pier who
had flocked to the coast to soak up the
warm weather.
Paul Dunt, of the RNLI South East,
has warned that such stunts can lead to
tragedy. He said: “Tombstoning is a
high-risk activity which involves jumping
or diving from a height into water.
“It can be dangerous because water
depth alters with the tide.
“The water may be shallower than it
seems and submerged objects like rocks
may not be visible and can cause serious
injury if you jump onto them.”
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
ALL these
underwear ads
haven’t distracted
Rihanna from her job.
The Bajan babe, who
launched new Savage x Fenty
lingerie line, is also working on
new tunes. A source close to her
said: “She’s currently recording two
albums – one full of chart-friendly
songs and another made up
of moody and
experimental
tracks.”
HIGH NOTES
SHAWN Mendes has
confirmed that he worked
with Ed Sheeran for his
forthcoming album.
But the Canadian singer
moaned his pal’s songs are
always difficult to sing.
He told Capital Breakfast:
“Ed sent me an idea before
I even started my European
tour and I got this email
from him and it was an idea
and I was like, ‘I don’t know
if I can sing that’.
“I think it’s a really
awesome record but it’s
falsetto. There was no
second verse or bridge so
five months later I wrote
that and I love it.”
Sheer peak
in 20 years
‘ED WILL GET BETTER WITH AGE’
ED Sheeran won’t peak as a
songwriter for another 20
years, says his cousin.
Murray Cummings spent the last
eight years filming his famous
relative for a documentary movie,
Songwriter.
Picture: WIREIMAGE
Murray explained: “I can’t wait to
hear what he does next. Because I know
his musical influences and that he grew
up on Bob Dylan and Van Morrison, I
really want to hear the album that he
makes at 45.
“Maybe it is the commercial peak now
but it is definitely not the songwriting
peak.”
Murray’s Songwriter movie was
quickly snapped up by Apple after premiering at New York’s Tribeca Film
Festival this week.
He explained: “I always felt my documentary about him would be about him
doing small gigs but then he became Ed
Sheeran.
“So I thought, ‘What original take
could I do that only I could do?’ And my
passion when he was working was
watching him make a song.”
Culled from 70 hours of footage, the
movie covers Ed’s earliest efforts right
up until the last-minute addition of No1
hit Shape Of You.
Murray explained: “I had already
packed up and come home then he just
sent me an email saying, ‘Wrote a new
song’. Then I was like, ‘Oh no! I don’t
have any footage and Ed is going to
make it a single’.
“Luckily he was still to mix it and Ed
re-wrote quite a lot of stuff in that mix,
so we got that, which gave us a different
stage to the process.
“There are a few scenes where he
didn’t know that the camera was
running.”
DOCU FILM STAR: Singer Ed and his cousin Murray
SCOTT FREE LZhi^hIgjbeZY
CALUM Scott has opened
up about the
heartbreak that
inspired his LP.
The star fell in
love with a straight
man, a disaster
that gave him
ideas.
Calum, who is
on tour now,
told me: “It was
so difficult to
write about but
now I’m so glad
I put pen to
paper as I hope it
will help others.”
KANYE West appeared to have lost
a third of his Twitter followers last
night after an online “love-in” with US
President Donald Trump.
The rapper, 40, called The Don his
“brother”, adding: “We are both
dragon energy.” Trump responded:
“Thank you Kanye, very cool!” But
the exchange led to millions of
people unfollowing Kanye.
Earlier, Kanye hit back at
reports of his so-called
“erratic behaviour” after
parting company with
manager Scooter
Braun. He described
himself as “psychologically empowered”.
**
JAMES CABOOTER’S
13
IT’S NO
MEAN
FEET!
THE View’s Kyle
Falconer is releasing
debut solo single Poor
Me. The emotional
track, out tomorrow,
is based on Alcoholics
Anonymous mantra:
“Poor me, poor me,
pour me another
drink.”
GEORGIA Toffolo
bared chest and legs
– breaking the first rule
of fashion.
The reigning Queen
Of The Jungle was at
the Barefoot Wine
House Of Sole party,
which had the theme
of self expression.
Toff was first to kick
off her shoes to have
her soles read.
WORLD
Picture: WIREIMAGE
Pictures: GETTY
with SAM MAYERS
Mel B’s
a Power
dresser
DECADES on
and Mel B is
still supporting
Spice Girls’
phrases.
Scary Spice
proved she’ll always be part
of the group as she
stepped out wearing an
iconic Girl Power dress on
America’s Got Talent.
Now we just need Geri
Horner to dig out the
Union Flag dress
she wore at
the Brits
in 1997.
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JENNIFER Lopez brought
her Las Vegas residency
show to New York.
J.Lo even packed up her
eye-popping stage outfits
and her booty-shaking
moves were lapped up by
Stranger Things’ English
actress star Millie
Bobby Brown and
American singer
Kesha.
I hope 14-year-old
Millie left before the
really raunchy dance
moves began.
Picture: GCIMAGES
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
SHER’S
‘BABY
BUMP’
SHOW-stopper
Sheridan Smith did
just that when a fan
thought she was
pregnant.
The star wowed
London’s Royal Albert
Hall and revealed on
stage: “Someone kissed my
belly and I
said, ‘Don’t,
it’s just fat’.
“The lady was
more mortified
than me.”
Sheridan also
let slip that she has a
new boyfriend,
adding: “Yes, don’t
act so bloody
surprised!”
GOT A STORY? Call us on 020 8612 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
Jail for
murder
of mum
TWO convicted killers who
tortured and murdered a
Vietnamese mother of two
while out on licence were
sentenced to whole-life jail
terms and told they will
never be freed.
Stephen Unwin, 40, and
William McFall, 51, killed
5ft nail technician Quyen
Ngoc Nguyen, 28, and
dumped her body in her
car before torching it.
Unwin had raped her at
his home in Shiney Row
near Sunderland. She was
tortured for PIN numbers
and £1,000 was taken from
her accounts, Newcastle
Crown Court heard.
KIT IS A
KORKER
FASHION designer Stella McCartney has
„
revealed a new range of Beano and Dandy
inspired clothing for little menaces.
It is made up of 40 designs and includes
Minnie The Minx, Korky The Cat, Dinah Mo and
Cuddles & Dimples.
Her Beatle dad Paul declared in 1963
that his ambition was to feature in The
Dandy and his dream came true in 2012.
Mum-of-four Stella, left, said: “We were
keen to celebrate the next generation of
Beano fans with a range for kids who
still share that Beano spirit of these
iconic characters. The rebellious and
fun nature celebrated in the comic led
the design process.”
®
LITTLE
MINX: The
new range
from Stella
„
I expect you
to dress as
Blofeld, love
007 DANIEL IN KINKY PLEA
FRISKY Daniel Craig wants
pregnant wife Rachel Weisz
to dress up as a Bond baddie
in the bedroom.
® by ANDREW JAMESON
Rachel has had to watch her man getting
hot and heavy on screen with some of the
world’s most beautiful women.
The Mummy actress revealed last
Among the kinky killers Rachel could
week that she is expecting a baby with copy are Goldeneye’s Xenia Onatopp, who
her 50-year-old 007 star husband.
tried to squeeze Pierce Brosnan’s Bond to
And now she has let slip that Daniel is
death with her thighs.
keen on her being an evil seductress for
Or she could pull on some Bond-age wear
some rude role-play between the sheets –
to look like supermodel Grace Jones’ May
but she has so far refused.
Day. She slept with Timothy Dalton’s Bond
Asked about playing a bad girl in the
before trying to drown him.
bedroom, mum-to-be Rachel, 48, said: “He
A less seductive option would be
would maybe enjoy that! I
to play 007’s arch enemy Blofeld –
don’t know.
the boss of Spectre.
“I would say, the thing
However, the couple are now
about James Bond is
ready to focus on their new
he doesn’t get married,
“little human”.
right?
Rachel has an 11-year-old son,
“But I’m married to
Henry, with her film director ex
Daniel.
Darren Aronofsky and Daniel
“So I never think of
has a 25-year-old daughter,
myself in any shape or
Ella, with the actress
form as a Bond girl
Fiona Loudon.
The Star Says:
because I’m married
Page 6
to him.”
andrew.jameson@
The couple marBONDED: Rachel and Daniel
dailystar.co.uk
ried in 2011 and
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ILLEGALLY BLONDE
MURDERED: Kim
Sub kill
psycho
gets life
A SICKO has been jailed
for life for torturing and
murdering a journalist
who went to interview him
on a home-built submarine.
Inventor Peter Madsen
was found guilty of the
premeditated killing of
Swede Kim Wall in
Denmark in August.
Madsen, 47, has said
he will appeal the
conviction and sentence.
He was also convicted of
aggravated sexual assault
and desecrating a corpse
after he tortured Kim, 30,
dismembered her body
and scattered her remains
in the North Sea.
Judge Anette Burko and
two jurors rejected his
claim she died accidentally
after he changed his
story multiple times.
She called his actions
“a cynical and pre-planned
sexual assault of a
particularly brutal nature”.
One woman told the court
how Madsen had confessed
to being a “psychopath,
but a loving one”.
STAR
POLICE who
found a cannabis
factory in a house
raid spotted a DVD of
jail sitcom Porridge in a
plant pot. A man, 31,
was held in Moretonin-Marsh, Glos.
BURST
OLDER ’N BETTER
PATIENTS who get
emergency treatment from
surgeons aged 60 or older
are more likely to survive,
say US researchers.
Twin Brit lawyers face jail
in Dubai for assault on cop
THE
ÊÊINDOCK:
®
The twins
by a pool
BRIT lawyer twins
are
facing
three
years in a Dubai jail
accused of attacking a policewoman.
Alena and Sasha Parker
were arrested for “roguish
behaviour” after allegedly
getting drunk.
The 37-year-olds, who work
for a Dubai law firm, have
also
been
accused
of
“cursing Arab women”.
Police records said they
were
“intoxicated”
and
behaving “outrageously”.
Alena was getting treatment for an injured hand,
while Sasha stood next to an
ambulance shouting.
Records claim they then
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
“refused to co-operate with
the policeman”, leading to
a guard going for handcuffs.
The pair are then said to
have attacked another police
officer.
Giving evidence, the policewoman told a Dubai court:
“They surprisingly attacked
me, and I don’t know why.
“They assaulted me and
pushed me down on the
floor. I fell down and injured
my head and elbow.
“While they were being
taken for an alcohol test,
they cursed me and cursed
Arab women.”
She added: “One of them
also scratched my hand with
her nails.” The sisters plead-
ed not guilty to charges of
“insulting, resisting arrest
by and physically assaulting
a policewoman”.
They are now bailed.
The pair are not the first to
run into trouble with Dubai’s
strict regime.
Ex-pats are frequently
arrested for being drunk in
the Arab state.
In 2016, a 25-year-old married Brit told authorities
there she had been raped,
only to be arrested and
thrown in jail accused of
extra-marital sex.
The same year, a British
man was fined £50,000 and
jailed after insulting a
woman on the WhatsApp text
messaging service.
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
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THICK AS A BRICK
Builder bed
call probed
® by ROBIN COTTLE
A BUILDER is being
investigated after shouting at a woman: “What’s
the time? Bedtime?”
The worker is also alleged to
have made rude gestures.
His accuser claims she was yelled
at from new student flats at the
University of Gloucestershire in
the Blackfriars area of Gloucester
being built by Vinci Construction
UK for developers CityHeart.
Both companies have said they
are “taking the matter extremely
seriously” and added that they do
not “tolerate any form of sexism”.
Action
A spokesman for Vinci said: “We
are investigating a matter.
“We understand a passer-by was
verbally abused.
“We take this report very
seriously and will be undertaking
an investigation immediately with
appropriate action. We apologise
to anyone involved.”
A CityHeart spokesman said:
“We are investigating this matter
with the appointed main contractor Vinci Construction UK. Should
the allegation prove to be true, we
would expect Vinci to take the
appropriate disciplinary action
with the individuals concerned.”
robin.cottle@dailystar.co.uk
Amanda the
water babe
TONED babe Amanda Holden proves her
„
workouts are paying off. The tanned telly star,
47, shared a poolside bikini snap on Instagram.
She wrote: “Detox in the sun, don’t hate me.”
The Britain’s Got Talent judge has been hitting
the gym with pal Judge Rinder on a sun-soaked
detox holiday abroad.
Amanda barely broke a sweat on the treadmill
in a crop top and shorts. The beauty joked the
Strictly contestant is her “personal trainer”.
„
Threats
from jail
A THUG who phoned his
ex-girlfriend from prison
and threatened to “acid her
face up” has been jailed
for a further 18 months.
In chilling voicemail
messages and texts made
on an illicit mobile phone,
Daryl Richardson warned
Jasmine Jeffrey she would
be attacked in revenge for
putting him behind bars.
At the time, Richardson,
24, was serving 17 months
in Rochester Prison for
criminal damage at Miss
Jeffrey’s home in Brighton.
He was also banned from
further contact with her
and her family by Judge
Charles Macdonald QC at
Maidstone Crown Court.
Scooter
fury rap
A MOBILITY scooter
rider was convicted of
“road rage” after
launching foul-mouthed
rants at pedestrians.
One victim said that
Frederick Wilkinson, 53,
“swore like a trooper”.
Witness David Houlston
said: “Some person was
saying ‘You f****** daft
t***, get out of the f******
way’.”
A court heard that in
an earlier incident he told
a woman who failed to
move out of his way that
she was “a f****** bitch”.
Wilkinson was fined £120
after being found guilty of
disorderly behaviour in
Llandudno, Clwyd.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
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VICTIMS: Brandon
with sisters Lacie
and Lia. Right, mum
Michelle
17
£14k gym
fraudster
A LEISURE centre worker
diverted £14,000 of gym
membership payments
into his own bank account.
Matthew Johnson, 26,
was employed as a
customer service adviser
at Bolton Council’s
Horwich Leisure Centre.
Johnson, of Bolton, used
the cash to fund his
cocaine habit.
He admitted fraud at the
town’s Crown Court and
was jailed for 14 months.
He also faces a proceeds
of crime hearing.
DRIVERS CLOCKED
THE average business
driver will spend nearly
three years of their
working life sitting in their
car, says a study by Skoda.
Coma mum’s
heartbreak
at dead kids
FAMILY ARSON HORROR
A MOTHER who lost four
children in an arson attack
came out of a coma to be
told the devastating news
of their deaths.
Firefighters were unable to save
Demi Pearson, 14, her brother
Brandon, eight, and sisters Lacie,
seven, and Lia, three, from the
house fire last December.
Mum Michelle Pearson, 36, had to
be placed in the medically-induced
coma after suffering serious injuries
in the blaze.
Sedated
She remains in intensive care and
continues to be heavily sedated.
Det Chief Insp Lewis Hughes, who
led a police investigation into the
horrifying attack, said: “Michelle is
making good progress.
“She is now able to communicate
and to eat and drink, which is fantastically good news. But it is only within
the past fortnight that she has become
sufficiently lucid to understand that
four of her children have died.” He
STAR
A BURIAL
site with more
than 70 Roman
skeletons has been
found by builders
beneath the
swimming pool of
a former hotel
in York.
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declined to give details of her
injuries but said it was hoped that
Michelle would make a full recovery.
Following the attack on her home in
Walkden, near Manchester, Zak Bolland, 23, and Courtney Brierley, 20,
both from Walkden, and David Worrall, 26, of no fixed address, were
arrested and charged with arson.
They are due to stand trial at
Manchester Crown Court on Monday.
The children’s grandfather Mike
Pearson plus uncle and aunt Chris
and Claire Pearson paid tribute to the
lost children in a joint statement.
They said: “Demi was such a beautiful young lady with so many friends.
She would do anything for anyone,
nothing was too much trouble.
“Brandon was going to be the next
Stephen Hawking, he was so clever.
“Brandon and Lacie were like twins.
They were close in age, but had an
even closer bond. They were always
together.
“Lia was so cute and the older ones
doted on her. ”
antony.thrower@dailystar.co.uk
Crackers flak
A FORMER Ukip chairman is suing the party over unpaid
expenses because he says they will not pay him back for
items including cheese crackers.
Christopher Spalding claims the Rochester and Strood
constituency branch in Kent owes him £93.20.
He has refused an offer of £70. The expenses are said to
include raffle prizes for a Ukip branch fundraiser, gifts of
crackers and a poppy wreath.
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minute. Caught on CCTV. Two years to think before he spouts rubbish
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friend. Left there for over 7hrs. Both
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BROOK’S
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OF INSTA
BROOKLYN Beckham shows off
his growing tattoo collection in a
„
moody posting on Instagram.
The 19-year-old went topless for the
arty black and white shot in which he
wore neck chains and a beanie hat.
His little sister Harper has been
busy on the social media site too.
Mum Victoria uploaded a video
of her reading out a short
passage the six-year-old had
written about her family.
„
BRITS ROW
OVER SLOW
WEB
SPEED
Page rage ruining our lives
WOEFUL web speeds have
caused arguments for more
than 15million families.
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
With each of us now online for 4.7 hours
every day, parents are most likely to use an
Experts say it is a sign of how much internet ban to punish naughty kids.
we now rely on the internet.
The researchers found 24% would halt
The research by uSwitch.com revealed web use as a punishment, compared to 15%
15.6million of us have argued with close who used “grounding”, or the 13% who
relatives about slowstopped pocket money.
loading web pages and
Ewan
Taylor-Gibson,
bad buffering.
the uSwitch broadband
Around 20% of us
expert, warned: “As
argue over time spent on
technology
becomes
the web, compared with
more advanced and we
17% on what to watch on
see
more
connected
TV, and 15% on paying
devices in the home,
household bills.
this is only likely to
One in five homes now
snowball.”
has a curfew on using
Nine in 10 people
devices, has banned
quizzed said household
them or unplugs the
wi-fi is now an essential.
SLOW FRUSTRATING: Fall out
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
router to stop fall outs.
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Bees die in
petrol hell
AN arsonist poured petrol
over 20 beehives and
torched them, killing
more than 700,000 bees.
The attack at a farm in
Sellindge, Kent, was the
second. Last June, 26
hives were burned.
Owner Michaela Tulett
said: “It’s senseless.”
Boy, 16, on
‘sock rap’
A BOY of 16 has been
charged with having an
offensive weapon – a sock
filled with rocks.
The teen, who cannot be
named for legal reasons,
was arrested in Deal, Kent,
and accused of possessing
two offensive weapons – a
knife and the sock.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
WHAT’S SUP
SNOWFLAKE
Demand for
slimline ale
is rocketing
® by LAURA NEIL
SNOWFLAKES
are
sending
sales of slimline beers soaring.
Younger people’s healthier lifestyles
have forced brewers to rethink the
image of their products.
STAYING TRIM: Younger tipplers are seeking healthier drinks
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with a lower fat content.
A survey found that more than a third of
UK consumers associate “healthy” with low
calorie. But this rose to almost half when
looking at the 35 to 44-year-old age group.
Aleksandrina Yotova from
GlobalData, which carried
out the study, said: “Some
consumers perceive lowalcohol beer as lacking
taste and quality.”
She added: “This attitude
leads to innovation in terms
of
reducing
calories
without lowering alcohol
content.”
Bud Light re-entered the
UK market 16 years after
the brand’s previous launch
in a bid to appeal to
snowflake drinkers wanting to stay fit while downing booze.
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The American company
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customers.
Two years ago, UK-based
Skinny Brands launched
Skinny Lager, a low-calorie
drink made using a special
brewing process.
The lager has 4% alcohol
by volume but a very low
carbohydrate content of
2.97g per 330ml.
Ms Yotova added: “With a
calorie count per bottle of
just 89, Skinny Lager
is
bound
to
attract
health-conscious consumers, especially among this
age group.”
LABELLING alcohol
as
lower
strength
could encourage people to
drink more.
A study of wine and beer
drinkers funded by the
Department
of
Health
found the total amount
they consumed increased
as the label on the bottle
indicated successively lower alcohol strengths.
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BARBIE BOTTY
CURVY beauty Antonella
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Avellaneda now has a
lookalike Barbie-style doll
complete with a butt lift.
The blonde doll is made by
organisers of Brazil’s Miss
„
BumBum pageant in which
Antonella is a contestant. Winners
become national celebrities.
But critics say the doll, which
would have a 40-inch bottom
in real life, could influence
youngsters to undergo risky bum
enhancements.
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DARK CHOC’S TOPS
A DAILY bite of dark chocolate is not only good for your
health, but boosts brains too.
Findings from two studies
show consuming dark chocolate that has a high concentration of cacao has positive
effects on stress, mood, memory and warding off diseases.
Dr Lee Berk, of Loma Linda
University in California, said:
“This shows us the higher the
concentration of cacao, the
more positive the impact.”
STAR
DOG walker
Jade Barwell, 30,
took a live grenade
home thinking it was a
potato after her pet dug
it up at Clifton, Notts.
Her boyfriend called
police and the Army
blew it up.
BURST
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
FARMER Ben Wolfe spent
all night carving this
giant wedding proposal into
a hillside.
Ben, 29, then walked girlfriend
Lacey Jordan, right, to the 300ft
letters the next day so he could
pop the question.
Lacey, 24, a veterinary
nurse, said: “When I saw it
on the hillside I was amazed.
“He’s such a romantic. Of
course I said ‘yes’ immediately.”
Bold Ben
crops the question
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® by ALEXANDER BROWN
The proposal was snapped
by ex RAF-pilot Dave
Ratcliffe, 56, flying a World
War Two Spitfire near
Chichester, West Sussex.
Lacey, who said she
and her fiancé are
“100% soulmates”, added:
“We’re so pleased he got the
picture as Ben has to plough
the field soon.”
RACISM RAP: Meechan
Pictures: BOULTBEE FLIGHT ACADEMY / SWNS
Appeal
on Nazi
dog hits
£95,000
A MAN fined £800 for
filming a pet dog giving
Nazi salutes has raised
more than £95,000 to fund
an appeal.
Mark Meechan recorded
his partner’s pug
responding to statements
such as “gas the Jews” and
“sieg heil”.
Meecan then put the
video on YouTube.
He was found guilty of
breaching the
Communications Act by
posting material that was
“grossly offensive” and
“anti-Semitic and racist”
following a trial at Airdrie
Sheriff Court.
Meechan, 30, said he
made the video as a joke
and has raised issues about
freedom of speech.
Following his sentencing
on Monday, an online
fundraising campaign was
launched to help pay the
costs of an appeal,
estimated to be £100,000.
The GoFundMe page
was apparently set up
by Meechan.
It states: “This conviction
will be used as an example
to convict other people
over jokes they make.
“I cannot allow the two
years of litigation I went
through, and having my
life put on hold, to happen
to anyone else.”
STAR
A WIZARD Of
Oz theme park is
set to reopen to the
public 30 years after it
closed. The Land Of Oz
at Beech Mountain,
North Carolina, will
open for six days
this summer.
Mum, 27, is turned into a fireball
BURNING HELL
® by ROSS KANIUK
A YOUNG mother trying
to help a neighbour was
disfigured from head to
toe after being doused in
petrol and set alight.
BURST
Kirsten Ashby, 27, was left
with no finger tips or ears, had
layers of her face melt, and her
shoulder-length dark hair was
burned away.
ARGOS is hiring 150 new
full-time tech workers after
revealing 60% of purchases
are now online.
The high street giant has
more than 850 UK branches
and is best known for its
catalogues and pots of
pencils in stores.
But it now needs more
specialist staff to keep
up with the boom in
internet shopping.
Boss John Rogers said:
“This investment in our
people will ensure we
remain at the forefront
of retail technology.”
Pictures: INS
Jobs joy
at Argos
BOOZY LIBRARY
BOSSES have applied for a
late booze licence to hold
“adult-themed” cabaret
shows at Upper Norwood
Library, south-east London.
VICTIM: Kirsten before the attack
She was attacked after going to
assist a neighbour’s girlfriend – who
was having a fit during a row.
But Raymond Bowen, 24, threw
petrol over her and stood smoking a
cigarette as he lit the flammable
liquid with a lighter.
Kirsten later told how he “looked
smug” as she was set ablaze before
calmly smoking and listening to
her screams.
Bowen was yesterday starting a
19-year jail sentence for the attempted murder of Kirsten, who has been
in hospital since the callous attack
23 weeks ago.
Kirsten is unable to feed herself or
take care of her daughter.
Parents Lynn and Paul have taken
care of Maddison, nine, while Kirsten has undergone 80 operations.
In the first month, Kirsten was
placed in an induced coma so her
body could deal with the shock and
pain. She has had her body com-
HORROR: Victim Kirsten and Bowen who was jailed for 19 years
pletely bandaged since the November horror. Skin has been taken from
various parts of her body to try to
graft on to her face and torso.
Kirsten’s family have launched a
campaign to raise money for her.
Lynn said: “She went there to help,
yet what this man did ruined her life
and changed our family forever.
“My lovely daughter was unrecognisable. She had no face – it was all
burned away.
“It’s had an effect on her daughter
who still has nightmares. Kirsten is
still psychologically traumatised.”
Father-of-five Bowen admitted at-
tempted murder and was seen blowing kisses to his girlfriend at Luton
Crown Court.
A spokesman for Thames Valley
Police said Kirsten had gone round
to Bowen’s house in Milton Keynes,
Bucks, to assist his girlfriend.
Det Con Laura Herrington said:
“The evidence suggests that she
was acting as a Good Samaritan and
had tried to intervene in a domestic
dispute involving Bowen.”
A fundraising page has been set up
for the family. Donate via gofundme.
com/kirsten-and-maddison-fund.
ross.kaniuk@dailystar.co.uk
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Below, with
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how she is haunted by the night
she worked with serial killer Dr
Harold Shipman – after realising she
might have been able to halt his
killing spree.
When aged 18, Sandra Whitehead
worked with the medic – reckoned to
have killed up to 265 patients – at
Pontefract General Infirmary where
he was a junior doctor.
Now, in her first TV interview
for Harold Shipman: Doctor
Death, Sandra says she had
suspicions about the GP 26 years
before he was finally caught. She
says: “I can remember these
injection packs he would leave many
a time on the bedside locker.
“One night we had three deaths,
there just didn’t seem any
reason. ” But Sandra didn’t report
her concerns, admitting: “I was just
too young or too naïve to maybe say:
‘I’m not happy about this!’”
The ITV documentary,
to mark 20 years
„
„
DOCTOR DEATH
Dr Harold Shipman
THE seemingly genial
family GP was unmasked as a serial killer in 1998 after suspicions were raised
about the death of one
of his patients, Kathleen Grundy in Hyde,
near Manchester.
The 81-year-old had
seemingly left Shipman
her entire estate in her
will but police found his
fingerprints on it and
linked it to his typewriter.
And when they exhumed
Kathleen’s body they found she
had been given a lethal dose of
diamorphine. Detectives uncovered a
string of other similar deaths linked
to Shipman, a former drug addict.
In 2000 the father-of-four was convicted of 15 murders but committed
suicide in 2004, aged 57, while serving
a life sentence in Wakefield prison.
An inquiry found that Shipman
may have had 265 victims, making
him Britain’s worst serial killer.
BODY IN THE CELLAR
Dr Crippen
WHEN Cora, the wife of Dr Hawley
Harvey Crippen, went missing in
1910 he claimed that the music hall
singer had left him.
Her friends had become suspicious
after seeing his new lover Ethel Le
Neve wearing her jewellery.
When he and Le Neve suddenly fled
the country, police searched Crippen’s London home and found Cora’s
dismembered human torso in the
basement. Crippen, 48, was caught
disembarking from a ship in Canada
and hanged for her murder.
since Shipman’s arrest, has found
how prison staff believed he was
planning to continue murdering in
jail after two inmates fell ill.
They overdosed on black market
prescription drugs after seeing
Shipman, who was said to be holding
clinics inside prison.
Ray Rowett, who worked at
Wakefield prison says: “We thought
he could have had a hand in them
going to intensive care.”
Shipman is not the only
medical professional
who has turned to murder.
JAMES MOORE reveals the most
shocking cases...
„
„
ANGEL OF DEATH
Beverley Allitt
WHEN an unusually large number of
children began dying at the Grantham
and Kesteven Hospital, Lincs, in 1991
it appeared that there was a killer on
the wards.
Many of the youngsters had died
unexpectedly from heart problems
and it emerged that they had been
murdered, mostly with high doses of
insulin. A police investigation identified that the deaths had one thing in
common – nurse Beverley Allitt, 23,
had been on duty.
In 1993, she was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing four children
and attempting to murder many others. Allitt is currently being held at a
high security psychiatric hospital.
THE ‘MERCY’ KILLER
Charles Cullen
THE American confessed to killing
40 patients during his 16-year nursing career at nine different hospitals,
but is suspected of murdering scores
more. In fact, police think he may
have been responsible for murdering
as many as 400 patients!
When Cullen was finally caught in
2003 he claimed that he had given
victims overdoses to ease their
suffering but many were not dying.
His horror history only came to
light when priest Florian Gall died
unexpectedly and the hospital discovered high levels of the heart drug
digoxin in his blood. The death was
linked to Cullen. In 2006 he was handed six life sentences and, aged 58, is
still behind bars.
THE DEVIL NURSE
Victorina Chua
WHILE working in Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport in 2011 the Filipino-
born father of two began poisoning
patients by putting insulin into
saline. Tracey Arden, 44, who had
multiple sclerosis, was admitted for a
“mild” chest infection but died at the
hospital and Derek Weaver, 83, also
perished.
Police found a letter in which Chua
admitted being “an angel turned into
an evil person”.
Described as a narcissistic psychopath who enjoyed watching people
suffer, Chua was convicted of the Arden and Weaver murders in 2015 and
found to have poisoned 20 others. The
49-year-old received 25 life sentences.
WILL TO MURDER
John Bodkin Adams
DRIVING around in a Rolls-Royce,
Adams was one of Britain’s wealthiest GPs.
But, between 1946 and 1956,
more than 160 of Dr John
Bodkin Adams’s patients
died
in
suspicious
circumstances.
And 132 of those left
their possessions to
the GP from Eastbourne – including
the posh car.
Finally,
charged
with the murder of
Edith Morrell in
December 1956, he
was
sensationally
acquitted at his trial
the following year
But it is widely believed he murdered scores
of them with injections of
morphine and heroin and he
was later convicted for forging
prescriptions
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ITV at 9pm tonight.
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tears with his tales of
mistreated and
abandoned dogs in his
popular ITV series.
But in his new show
– filmed out in India
and starting tonight at
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stories were too
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so they were left on the
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Danny John-Jules, who
plays Officer Dwayne
Myers in the BBC
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when the
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Danny,
left, is one
of the last of
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launched in 2011
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presence and personality
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detective DI Jack
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Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Emily Maitlis. (W)
(S) Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
10.00 ITV News, Weather
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (S)
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10.30 Regional News (W) (S)
10.45 Question Time
David Dimbleby chairs the
debate from Bury St Edmunds,
Suffolk, with a panel of politicians
and other guests facing topical
questions from the audience. (W)
10.30 Regional News (W) (S)
10.45 UEFA Europa League
Highlights Action from the
semi-final first-leg matches,
as the teams looked to gain
an advantage ahead of next
week’s second-leg fixtures. With
commentary by Clive Tyldesley
and Sam Matterface. (W) (S)
11.15 Snooker: The World
Championship The final
session on day six at the Crucible
Theatre, featuring the final firstround match between Judd Trump 11.45 Play To The Whistle
11.45 This Week Andrew Neil,
and Chris Wakelin. (W) (S)
Michael Portillo and other guests
Anthony Joshua, Kevin Bridges
take a look back at the past seven
and Jon Richardson join Frank
12.05
Snooker:
World
days’ political and parliamentary
Lampard, Bradley Walsh and
Championship
Extra
Hazel
developments. (W) (S) Followed
Romesh Ranganathan. (R) (W)
Irvine introduces extended highlights.
by Weather For The Week Ahead.
(W) (S) 2.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef
d`[e`^_k 12.35-6.00 BBC News Round-up of
the latest national and international
headlines, including weather
forecast and sport results. (W) (S)
(AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S) 2.35 Sign
Zone: The Secret Helpers (AD) (R)
(S) 3.35 Sign Zone: Murder, Mystery
And My Family (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
4.20-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
12.20 Lethal Weapon (AD) (R) (W)
(S) 1.05 Give It A Year (AD) (R) (S)
1.30 Jackpot247 (W) 3.00 Secrets
Of Your Online Shop – Tonight (R)
3.25 ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00
The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W)
8.00 Location, Location,
Location Phil Spencer catches
up with two couples who had high
hopes for their homes. He helped
Keon and Zoe search West and
South London, while Kirstie
Allsopp was with Laura and Phil,
who wanted to settle in Bath. (S)
10.00 True Horror
Docudrama based on real horror
stories, continuing with the tale of
a mother who fears her father-inlaw has returned from the dead,
with a horrific and sinister plan
to steal her children. Kate Jarvis
and Joss Porter star. (AD) (S)
11.05 Gogglebox Programmes
including The Shining, Britain’s
Got Talent, Antiques Roadshow,
The Queen’s Green Planet, Buy It
Now and The Yorkshire Vet get a
grilling from the nation’s sharpest
armchair critics. (AD) (R) (S)
12.00 The Real Football Fan
Show (S) 12.35 The Island With
Bear Grylls (AD) (R) (SL) (S) 1.30
The Secret Life Of The Zoo (AD)
(R) (S) 2.25 Class Of Mum And
Dad (AD) (R) (S) 3.20 Come Dine
Champion Of Champions (R) (S)
4.15 Building The Dream (AD) (R)
(S) 5.10-6.00 Fifteen To One (R) (S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
8.00 Bad Tenants, Rogue
Landlords A landlord offers a
former tenant the use of a spare
room but then struggles to evict
her. Harrow Council officers find
30 mattresses in a flat designed
for four people. (S) Followed by 5
News Update. Latest headlines.
10.00 Michael Portillo: Our
Housing Crisis – Who’s To
Blame? As he traces the rise
and fall of the council estate,
Michael Portillo investigates
the story of the social housing
revolution that has transformed
the country. He visits estates
across Britain and uncovers the
reality of council housing today,
hearing stories from council
tenants and private renters. (S)
11.30 Where There’s Blame,
There’s A Claim Two women
who had botched procedures
by the same surgeon. (R) (S)
12.00 SuperCasino Viewers take
part in live interactive gaming. 3.10
GPs: Behind Closed Doors (R) (S)
4.00 Tattoo Disasters UK. Featuring
a granny whose tribute tattoo turns
deadly. (R) (S) 4.25 Tattoo Disasters
UK (R) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R)
(SL) (S) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL)
(S) 5.35-6.00 House Doctor (R) (SL)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Dogs Make You Laugh Out
Loud Videos featuring animals. (S)
8.25 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Thieves & Thugs: Caught
On Camera The use of CCTV
to tackle violent crime. (AD) (S)
10.05 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
10.40 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
11.05 Benefits Britain: Life On
The Dole People living on state
welfare in Scotland. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors
The interceptors go in hot pursuit of
tearaway teens and reckless youths.
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! In south-east London, officers
chase a debt of nearly £50,000. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! High court eviction officer
Kevin Stokes faces a physical assault.
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace US sitcom.
4.30 Will & Grace Hit comedy.
5.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
5.30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
6.00 Neighbours Shane and Dipi
find out what Jane is searching for. (R)
6.30 Home And Away A car falls on
Ash when he is alone in the garage.
7.00 Police Interceptors
Jules Bennett rushes to assist a
fellow officer, while Jacko chases a
runaway in a high-speed pursuit. (S)
8.00 Can’t Pay Special: Secrets
And Lies Officers Brian and Del
travel to Luton to recover £4,500. (S)
9.00 World’s Scariest Weather
The most violent and dangerous
weather ever caught on camera. (S)
10.00 Empire Andre and Jamal try
to make up for past mistakes. (S)
11.00 Wentworth Prison
With Maxine now out of the way,
Ferguson puts her plan to kill Bea
into action – using her budding affair
with Allie to trap the top dog exactly
where she wants her. (AD) (S)
12.00 Wentworth Prison (AD) (S)
1.00 Wentworth Prison (AD) (S)
2.00 Celebrity Ghost Hunt (S) 3.00
Celebrity Ghost Hunt (S) 3.50 Access
4.00-6.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
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9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Catch A Contractor
A workman leaves a project not fit
for purpose. With Adam Carolla.
9.30 Rookie Blue Andy and Chris
investigate a nightclub beating.
10.15 Law & Order The team
investigates an abduction and murder.
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans A radio
show DJ overhears the murder of a
US Navy captain via an on-air call.
12.10 NCIS: New Orleans
A 100-year-old restaurant belonging
to a naval chef’s family is bombed. (S)
1.05 NCIS A marine lance corporal
is involved in a fatal car crash.
2.05 Rookie Blue Andy and Chris
unwittingly endanger the success
of a drug bust. Last in the series.
3.00 Law & Order The case against
a man accused of shooting the leader
of the African-American Congress is
jeopardised by the revelation about
the prosecution’s chief witness. (S)
4.00 Law & Order A woman who
blames her former daughter-in-law’s
new husband for her son’s death
hires a hitman to exact retribution. (S)
5.00 FILM: Who Killed My
Husband? 2016 (PG) Thriller, with
Andrea Bowen and Yasmeene.
6.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS: Hit & Run Ducky makes
a discovery during an autopsy on a
woman who was beaten to death. (S)
8.00 NCIS Lt Col Mann arrives to
assist with inquiries into the murder
of a marine. Mark Harmon stars. (S)
9.00 Law & Order: Los Angeles
Morales tries to expose the killer of
a professional surfer who was found
dead in his shop. Skeet Ulrich stars.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The team looks into
the strangling of an assistant district
attorney. Christopher Meloni stars.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A criminology
student is raped and murdered. (S)
11.55 Training Day Several of Holly’s
call girls go missing. Bill Paxton stars.
12.55 CSI: NY Bruce Dern guest stars.
1.50 CSI: NY (S) 2.50 CSI: NY 3.50
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PAUL O’GRADY has ventured Friendicoes, which opened in 1979. Casualty look as it’s all just
It deals with around 50 animals
made up or something. And it’s
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a bit further afield than usual
coming in each day – some sick
particularly traumatic for West
for his new ITV doggy show.
PAUL O’GRADY: FOR THE LOVE
OF DOGS – INDIA: ITV, 8.30pm
Rather than just popping in to see
his pals at Battersea again, he’s
flown 4,000 miles to make PAUL
O’GRADY: FOR THE LOVE
OF DOGS – INDIA (8.30pm),
a four-parter filmed in Delhi.
On arrival, he’s then rolled up
his sleeves and got properly
stuck in, same as usual.
Alongside a population of 25
million people, Delhi has around
400,000 street dogs. So Paul’s
in his element.
The closest equivalent to
Battersea is a set-up there called
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News Central 10.30-10.45 ITV News Central ITV Meridian:
1.55-2.00 Regional News 3.59-4.00 ITV Meridian Weather
6.00-6.30 Regional News 10.30-10.45 Regional News ITV
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ITV Channel TV Weather 6.00-6.30 Regional News, Weather
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S4C 6.00 Cyw: Rapsgaliwn 6.15 Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I
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Cacamwnci 12.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 12.05
Straeon Y Ffin. Gareth Potter learns more about Offa, the most
powerful and successful of all the Mercian kings, and his
Dyke, and hears about the practical difficulties of living on the
border with England. The actor and musician finds out if his
name means he has a hidden talent for pottery and later
crosses the border to Ludlow. 12.30 Ffit Cymru. Lisa Gwilym
follows the third week of the diet and fitness plan of the five
leaders, but it remains to be seen how much weight they have
lost. 1.30 Sion A Siân. Two couples – Doris and Eifion from
Capel Isaac and Dennis and Wendy from Laleston – answer
questions about their relationships to win a cash prize.
Presented by Stifyn Parri and Heledd Cynwal. 2.00
Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da. Magazine
programme featuring a selection of tips and advice about
anything from gardening to fashion, plus the day’s news
stories and a chance to see hidden gems from the archive.
3.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 3.05 O Gymru Fach.
Steffan Rhodri heads to America, where he visits a shop
selling luxury chocolates with a sprinkling of salt from
Anglesey. He also follows the progress of a clothing designer
from Ammanford selling her goods to high-end stores in New
York, and visits a farm in Michigan, home to a prize-winning
horse born in Llantrisant. 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Ffeil.
Daily news and sport headlines. 5.05 Stwnsh: Hendre Hurt
5.15 Stwnsh: Tref A Tryst. Join Tref, the mischievous dog and
his best friend Trystan. There is a chance to compete for a
prize in Sawl Selsig?, and see who will be challenging Tref in
Taclo Tref. 5.45 Stwnsh: Edi Wyn. Adventures with Edi Wyn
and his imaginative friends Guto and Mimi. 6.00 Newyddion
S4C A’r Tywydd 6.05 ’Sgota Gyda Julian Lewis Jones. Copresenter Rhys Llywelyn and Julian Lewis Jones travel from
Milford Haven in search of the porbeagle and the fierce blue
shark, hoping to catch a specimen of the species. 6.30
Rownd A Rownd. Barry tries to help Carys, who is depressed
following Lilo’s departure. Iolo persuades Philip to find a love
interest – unaware Philip is one step ahead of him. 7.00
Heno. Magazine programme, featuring stories from all over
Wales. 7.30 Pobol Y Cwm. Dani is not happy to find her
mother drinking in the Deri with Gwyneth. Non does her best
to avoid DJ and Sioned. 8.00 Y Ty Arian. The Davies-Owens
family from Merthyr Tydfil spend 48 hours in the Y Ty Arian
house, aiming to improve their financial situation so they can
save up for a dream family holiday. 9.00 Newyddion 9 A’r
Tywydd 9.30 Cwymp Yr Ymerodraethau. Historian Hywel
Williams reveals uses certain moments in history to account
for the fall of the Ottoman Empire. 10.30 Hansh. Tunes,
comedy and fresh faces. 11.00 Mwy O Sgorio. Dylan
Ebenezer and Owain Tudur Jones are joined by TNS’
midfielder Aeron Edwards. Plus, an interview from Canada
with Vancouver Whitecaps’ Welsh manager, Carl Robinson.
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MY girlfriend gets
offended and hurt very
easily and I’m sick of
having to say “sorry”.
If I dare look at her in
the wrong way, or
disagree with anything
she says, she goes
nuclear.
She accuses me of
being disloyal and
sneaky and then I spend
hours having to grovel
and apologise.
She constantly has rows
and dramas in her life. At
the moment she’s at
loggerheads with a
woman at work, plus a
cousin who she believes
is begging money from
older family members.
Every day I’m faced with
yet another episode in the
soap opera that is her life.
I try and let things
wash over me but it’s
very hard when she’s
such a forceful
personality who demands
100% of my time, energy
and attention. How do I
get her to chill?
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: Tension
and rivalry are already
building between you
and your girlfriend.
You’re in fierce
competition and all
bets are off.
If you’re not
completely happy with
your girl, then talk
to her about where
you’re going.
Try to see if you can
both agree to wean
yourselves off this third
party in order to save
your relationship.
Is she interested in
doing that or is the
race on? My personal
feeling is that you and
your girl are getting
your collective knickers
in a twist over nothing.
I don’t get the
impression this man
is interested in tying
himself down with
either one of you. Am
I right?
FELLA IN
VICIOUS
INSULTS
MY partner is claiming
that he’s never loved
me.
In fact he’s saying that he
actively hates me and wishes
I’d never been born.
This cruel revelation has hit me
like a brick.
Up until three weeks ago we
were absolutely fine – or so I
thought.
We were jogging along like
any ordinary couple. We had our
ups and our downs but things
were steady.
Then I made the huge mistake
of proposing to him and everything changed. I got down on one
knee, offered him a red rose and
asked: “Will you marry me?” He
very quietly replied: “No.”
Nightmare
I’m afraid I lost it and screamed:
“What’s wrong with me, then?”
With that he let me have it. He
blasted that I’m selfish, vain, controlling and a nag.
Apparently making love to me
has been like bonking a zoo animal because I’ve got the body of a
rhino and the breath of a bear.
The last three years of his life
have been a living nightmare and
everyone we know hates me!
With that he grabbed his keys
and is now staying with one of
his mates.
He’s insisting our relationship
is dead because he’s been living a
lie. He says he only got together
with me in the first place because
his late father was putting pressure on him to settle down.
Now that his mum is also dead
he doesn’t have to pretend anymore. He’s planning to date any-
TERRIBLE JIBES: She popped the question and her boyfriend responded with verbal abuse
one he fancies – male and female
– and make up for the wasted time
with me. I’m devastated and embarrassed. I feel like a monster.
My friends are telling me I’m a
good person and mustn’t take any
notice, but how am I ever going to
be able to trust anyone again
when I didn’t see this coming?
JANE SAYS: It’s very sad that
relations with your ex have soured
to this extent.
But if he’s determined to move
on and live a completely different
kind of life, then that’s his decision. You mention that he’s plan-
ning to have sex with men and
women in future. It could be he’s
been in turmoil and confused
about his sexuality for a while.
I don’t think it was fair of him to
be so cruel about your body or
your personality.
If he’s had a problem with your
attitude for a while, then he should
have spoken up before.
Accept that you brought things
to a head with your marriage proposal and that was probably a
good thing, otherwise you might
have jogged along (unhappily and
increasingly bitterly) for years.
Don’t allow him to rubbish you
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Turn your man on
Turn your woman on
or put you down by telling you
that you are worthless, because
you know that you’re worth more
than that.
Use your anger in a good way.
Turn your energy around and plan
for the future.
Make a wish list of all the things
you’d like to achieve and go for it.
Be honest with family and
friends. Tell them that he was not
the man you thought he was.
Learn from this and take that
wisdom with you into future relationships. If you have been guilty
of any of the things he’s accused
you of, then vow to change.
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JANE SAYS: We all have
stresses in our lives.
Unfortunately, it sounds
as if your girlfriend has
very high expectations.
She demands that you
are constantly tuned in to
her way of thinking.
But that’s totally
unrealistic. We all have to
try to get through each
day the best we can.
How often does she ask
about your day or your
feelings? How would she
like it if you accused her
of being insensitive or
even self-obsessed?
No-one’s perfect, not
even her. Tell her today
that you refuse to be
bullied any more.
Unless a lot more
mutual respect is
introduced and she starts
realising you have worries
too, then you can’t see
yourself staying with her
long term.
If she stopped fighting
wars on all fronts she
might just find her life
isn’t so shabby after all.
Dad-in-law’s
such a whine
MY father-in-law is the most miserable, ungrateful man on
the planet. His wife left him years ago, yet my husband
refuses to give up on him.
I can’t stand the old goat and neither can our teenage
children. Over Easter my man redecorated his flat, fixed
the washing machine and bought him a new telly. Has he
stopped phoning up and moaning since? Has he heck.
JANE SAYS: Clearly your husband isn’t prepared to give up
on his old man yet. As long as you’re not being asked to
clean up or fix anything, then I suggest you step back and
let your husband get on with doing what he feels is right.
Sadly, if your father-in-law has always been a moaner,
then he’s hardly going to turn over a new leaf now. Don’t
allow him to get to you, but don’t allow your children to be
disrespectful either.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
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Clue: Force, we hear, it’s a tiny thing.
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1Once sold, could have given
comfort (8)
5Move in the manner a lift may
do? (4)
8Swelling a half busy politician
may get (4)
9Partly vain action possibly on
holiday (8)
10A number of snakes
contributing to a board game
(7)
12Liable to be lying (5)
13A little girl’s time of
disappointment (6)
15Intoxicated with a noted
game! (6)
17Work hard to provide good
service to the best end (5)
18A diplomat with a case of his
own (7)
22A little animal’s relatives
provide warm cover (8)
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1Mended at last? (7)
2Identified half the navy at sea
(5)
3One who really likes a cash
surplus (5)
4One short month plus a
weekend, possibly for tennis?
(4)
6Arranged help for a learner at
the youth centre (4,3)
7It may be present in one’s
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Glastonbury, Secret Garden
Party, Bestival, T in the Park,
The Proms, All Tomorrow’s
Parties, End of the Road, Glade,
Green Man, Latitude, Wychwood,
Creamfields, Global Gathering,
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11Upgrade so as to be no
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12Of a light aircraft? (5)
14Believe how a pig can get
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16The dance to take “at a time”?
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17They’re for players who talk a
lot about half time (5)
19Sounds of stone-breaking?
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20Commons’ leader impolite
and not refined (5)
21As captain, progress by leaps
and bounds? (4)
QUICK CLUES
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1Comforted (8)
5“A moonlight ---” (4)
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14 Constant, 18 Dogs, 20 Mascot, 22 Maiden, 23 Aged, 24 Elephant.
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23A girl with a tin opener might
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24Cut a piece of oak in three
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25Too old, perhaps, to need a
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Edited by PATRICK LENNON
fightingtalk@dailystar.co.uk
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THE women’s evolution has been
integral to WWE in recent times but
women will not be allowed to
compete tomorrow in Saudi Arabia.
And only accompanied women
are allowed to attend the show.
Paul Levesque is pragmatic
about the criticism, saying WWE
are proud to be a driver in that
change, pointing to their efforts in
Abu Dhabi last year with good
reason. He says: “You can’t go into
a country and dictate their culture
to them. You have to be open to
other cultures and you can’t create
cultural change without being in
the marketplace.
“The truth is our women will
make a big difference here. As
we saw in Abu Dhabi a few
months ago with our women
in the ring for the first time
and the crowd chanting ‘this
is hope’, it’s a cultural shift.
It takes time.”
Triple tops
a big move
PAUL IS HUGE RONDA FAN
WWE has long been a
company
with
global
ambitions – the clue is in
the name after all.
Their latest bid to stage
marquee events in new world
markets takes place tomorrow in
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, for the
hotly-anticipated Greatest Royal
Rumble event.
Ally that to their UK title
tournament at the Royal Albert Hall
in London in June and it’s fair to
say that the focus leading into
Summerslam in August will be on
the bigger picture.
Executive vice president of Live
Events, Talent and Creative, Paul
Levesque, or Triple H to fans, today
exclusively tells us why.
The UK scene is ramping up for
an interesting summer with the
ITV WOS 10-part series filming in
Norwich in May.
That move has obviously drawn the
ire of the Knight family – daughter
Paige is now general manager of
WWE Smackdown, who have run exclusively at the venue in recent years
and in the city for three decades.
Levesque, 48, right, sounds a more
positive refrain however: “I’m always
excited when I see opportunities
for talented performers anywhere in
the world, as long as the promotions
are solid and they are given that
chance to grow and learn. It should
be an exciting summer,” agrees the
14-time world champion.
WWE, of course, launched their
own UK Championship in December
2016 with a view to a weekly show of
their own here but it has been slow
going to the obvious frustration of
the decorated in-ring performer as
well as fans.
“A year ago we did the first
UK championship tournament and at the time we
were hoping to move into a
weekly format show in the
UK,” he muses.
“It took a bit of time with
the reality of the distribution and TV world
– what do you
want to do with
the product and
how?
“It became a
little bit more
cumbersome
than I had
hoped for.”
Water under
the bridge it
seems and the
Royal
Albert
Hall shows on
June 18 and 19 are
hugely exciting for
Levesque, who will
face John Cena tomorrow in Jeddah and
who last competed at the London
venue for the old WWF in 1996.
“I’ve wanted to be back in that
building for a long time,” says Levesque. “Shortly thereafter, we will
hopefully be making an announcement about something permanent
on the ground there in the UK.”
Levesque is delighted with both
the in-ring debut of Ronda Rousey
and the riotous success of the
NXT Takeover show in New
Orleans. The talent
production line in
particular has him
purring.
“I take myself
back to when I was
a fan. Whenever
someone
would
cross over into
WWE, I would
always want them
to have that same
passion for it that
I had,” he says of
Rousey.
“If you felt they were
just taking advantage
of an opportunity or
platform it was insulting to you as a fan.
“It’s no different
now. Ronda has that
passion.
WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble airs on the
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sed to name a more
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LINGFIELD PARK
PATRICK WEAVER finished
❑
off the day in style with five
winners at Lingfield. They included
Shailene (10-1) and Unforgiving
Minute (6-1).
START WITH HORSE RACING
NOW IT’S SAINT PAUL
EVENING RESULTS
4.50: 1, NO MORE THRILLS (T
Marquand 9-4 fav); 2, Great Shot Sam
(7-1); 3, Mrs Benson (25-1). 1l, nk. 10
ran. R Hannon. Tote: £2.70; pl £1.40,
£1.90, £6.70. Ex £16.40. Trifecta: £213.
Tricast £331.50. CSF: £18.95.
5.20: 1, BLACK SAILS (D Tudhope
2-7 fav); 2, Don’t Cry About It (5-1); 3,
Lyford (16-1). 11/2l, 21/2l. 4 ran. A
Watson. Tote: £1.10; Exacta: £2.00.
Trifecta: £3.70. CSF: £1.94.
5.55: 1, TAWAAFOQ (P Cosgrave
10-1); 2, Mad Endeavour (5-1); 3, Time
Stands Still (5-1). 7-2 fav Falcao. nk,
hd. 11 ran. M Quinn. Tote: £9.60; pl
£2.60, £1.90, £2.50. Exacta: £77.50.
Tricast: £295.21. Trifecta: £296.50.
CSF: £56.84. NR: Remal Dubai.
6.25: 1, SHAILENE (D Probert
10-1); 2, Caspar The Cub (4-7 fav); 3,
Metatrons Cube (8-1). nk, 31/2l. 10 ran.
A Balding. Tote: £10.10; pl £2.70,
£1.10, £1.60. Exacta: £18.00. Trifecta:
£73.70. CSF: £17.10.
6.55: 1, UNFORGIVING MINUTE
(A Kirby 6-1); 2, First Selection (8-1);
3, Breden (12-1). 5-2 fav Holiday
Magic. hd, hd. 11 ran. J Butler. Tote:
£5.70; pl £2.00, £2.90, £4.20. Exacta:
£69.10. Tricast: £564.97. Trifecta:
£929.40. CSF: £52.22.
7.25: 1, EMBLAZONED (James
Doyle 3-10 fav); 2, Georgian Manor
(8-1); 3, Your Choice (14-1). ns, 4l. 10
ran. J Gosden. Tote: £1.20; pl £1.10,
£2.00, £4.40. Exacta: £5.10. Trifecta:
£29.20. CSF: £4.67.
7.55: 1, SPIRITUAL MAN (Fran
Berry 8-1); 2, Bookmaker (20-1); 3,
Carvelas (7-1). 10-3 fav Speculator. 2l,
ns. 13 ran. Jonjo O’Neill. Tote: £7.50;
pl £2.90, £5.00, £2.80. Exacta: £260.30.
Tricast: £1201.38. Trifecta: £1826.90.
CSF: £169.00. NR: Chelwood Gate.
QUADPOT: £11.80
PLACEPOT: £28.10
39
TAUNTON
5.15: 1, COCKNEY WREN (N P
Madden 8-15 fav); 2, Blackdown Hills
(14-1); 3, Let’s Sway (200-1). 21/4l,
3
1 /4l. 12 ran. H Fry. Tote: £1.40; pl
£1.02, £3.90, £38.50. Exacta: £10.80.
Trifecta: £1068.90. CSF: £11.91.
5.45: 1, DON’T ASK (R Johnson 4-5
fav); 2, Darcy Ward (6-4); 3, Ringa
Ding Ding (8-1). 11/4l, 1l. 4 ran. W
Greatrex. Tote: £1.40; Exacta: £2.20.
Trifecta: £3.50. CSF: £2.51. NR:
Lungarno Palace.
6.15: 1, TIKKINTHEBOX (R
Hawker 16-1); 2, Charlie Papa Lima
(11-4 jtfav); 3, Brinestine (16-1). 11-4
jtfav Spoilt Rotten. 13/4l, 10l. 10 ran. J
Scott. Tote: £15.60; pl £3.50, £1.50,
£5.20. Exacta: £53.00. Tricast: £743.55.
Trifecta: £812.70. CSF: £61.41.
6.45: 1, ICE TRES (Miss Page Fuller
7-1); 2, Bee An Aristocrat (16-1); 3,
Borak (20-1); 4, Jackthejourneyman
(14-1). 3-1 fav Lubatic. 1l, 6l, 11/2l. 16
ran. C Down. Tote: £8.90; pl £2.30,
£4.40, £4.30, £3.50. Exacta: £137.90.
Tricast: £2187.68. Trifecta: £348.70.
CSF: £107.26. NR: Lady Longshot.
7.10: 1, HOLLOW PARK (B Poste
9-1); 2, Anndarrow (9-2 fav); 3, River
Dun (14-1); 4, Tir Dubh (12-1). 1/2l,
31/2l, 10l. 16 ran. Katy Price. Tote:
£10.70; pl £2.50, £1.70, £3.30, £2.80.
Exacta: £76.80. Tricast: £589.84.
Trifecta: £360.40. CSF: £49.62. NR:
Bonza Girl.
7.40: 1, BENNACHIE (A Johns 2-1
fav); 2, Bally Lagan (16-1); 3, Redmond
(5-1). 1l, 41/2l. 10 ran. T Vaughan. Tote:
£2.70; pl £1.20, £3.80, £2.10. Exacta:
£28.30. Tricast: £146.47. Trifecta:
£216.20. CSF: £32.15.
8.10: 1, ANYTIME WILL DO (H
Skelton 7-2); 2, Newtown Boy (11-10
fav); 3, Colonel Custard (6-1). 3l, 11/4l.
10 ran. D Skelton. Tote: £4.10; pl
£1.40, £1.10, £1.80. Exacta: £9.40.
Trifecta: £39.60. CSF: £7.99. NR:
Diamond Rose, Doyannie, Out For
Justice.
QUADPOT: £55.10
PLACEPOT: £129.50
REDEMPTION was swift
for under-fire jockey Paul
Townend with a treble on
the second day of the
Punchestown Festival.
His wins included the Grade One
victory of Next Destination in the
Irish Daily Mirror Novice Hurdle
when Townend gave a muscular display of brute strength and grit on a
very willing partner.
It had been “Pariah Paul’ on the
Tuesday as he inexplicably crashed
through the wing at the last fence of
the Growise Champion Novice
Chase on leader Al Boum Photo.
Townend, who is deputising for
the injured Ruby Walsh on some of
the Willie Mullins team, could offer
only: “I thought I heard a shout and
the last fence was being bypassed.”
But the stewards understandably
took a dim view of what looked like
panic in making a split-second
decision as he dragged his mount to
the right a few strides from the
fence, taking his main rival Finians
Oscar off the course with him. The
officials handed him a 21-day ban.
The sight of a relieved Townend
looking to the heavens after his un-
■ by DANNY HALL
eventful opening win on Pravalunga
for Mullins in the Louis Fitzgerald
Hotel Hurdle spoke volumes.
Returning to a loud ovation,
Townend said: “Yesterday is yesterday and I’ll put it behind me now. I
have a good man behind me.”
That man, Mullins, gave an insight
into how the stable jokily defused
the incident.
He said: “No horse was injured
and no-one died. We made sure Paul
was in bright and early to get plenty
of slagging – he got it.”
Mullins went on to complete a
six-timer – with Townend adding
the fifth leg aboard Patricks Park
in the Guinness Handicap Chase
– to turn the Irish trainers’ title
race on its head.
Earlier, there was a Punchestown
Gold Cup 1-2 for Bellshill from the
hard-rallying Djakadam and a 1-2-3
in the bumper via Tornado Flyer,
Blackbow and Carefully Selected.
With his title rival Gordon Elliott
unable to answer, the day’s results
saw Mullins take the lead by 48,000
and flip-flop to a now-unbackable
long odds-on favourite.
■
FLAT OUT: Paul
Townend drives
Next Destination, near
side, to victory
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S MEETINGS
B - Beverley
C - Chelmsford City
K - Kempton
P - Perth
W - Warwick
Acclaim The Nation .... B 1.30
Aclimatise.................... B 4.55
Admiral Anson ............W 5.35
Aengus ........................ P 4.35
Aerosphere.................. B 2.00
Affaire D’honneur .......W 2.45
Akkadian Empire ........ P 1.50
Al Hawraa .................... B 4.20
Alberta ......................... K 4.45
Alfa McGuire ............... B 2.35
Alizee De Janeiro........ P 3.30
All Is Good .................. K 4.45
Allthegear No Idea ...... P 4.35
Almunther.................... B 4.20
An Fear Ciuin .............. P 5.10
Arabian Jazz ............... B 3.10
Are You Locking Up ... B 2.00
Ascot Week ................. B 4.55
Asylo ............................ P 1.50
Atlas ............................. C 8.05
Awake At Midnight .....W 2.45
Away For Slates.......... K 4.45
Baby King.................... P 2.20
Backinthesaddle ......... K 7.25
Badenscoth ................. C 9.05
Bahrikate ..................... P 2.55
Bahuta Acha ............... B 1.30
Ballyarthur................... P 3.30
Bayelsa Boy ................ B 5.25
Bel Esprit.....................W 2.10
Beneagles....................W 3.55
Bestwork ..................... K 5.45
Beverley Bullet ........... B 4.20
Bint Dandy .................. C
Biscuit Queen ............. B
Black Mischief ............ K
Blazing Gold ...............W
Blue Vision .................. B
● Bob Maxwell ............ B
Bobo Mac ....................W
Bogart .......................... B
Boher Call ................... K
Bollin Ace .................... P
Bollin Ted .................... B
Braavos ....................... K
Braddan Head .............W
Brigadoon.................... C
Bugsie Malone ............ K
Burst Ya Bubble .........W
Cajun Fiddle ................ K
Calivigny...................... P
Cameo Star ................. B
Casa Tall...................... P
Cassivellaunus ........... K
Cavatina....................... C
Celestial Path .............. K
Ceyhan......................... C
Champagne Poppy .....W
Chato ...........................W
Chidswell ..................... P
Chookie Royale .......... P
Christmas In Usa ........ P
Clarabel ....................... B
Classical Rose ............ P
● Clubs Are Trumps ..W
Coillte Lass ................. K
Cojack ..........................W
Colditz Castle ..............W
Commodore ................W
Compadre .................... K
Comrade In Arms ....... C
9.05
2.00
7.25
5.35
4.20
4.20
3.55
1.30
7.55
3.30
3.45
7.25
1.40
5.55
6.50
2.45
5.45
3.30
1.30
1.50
4.45
8.35
4.45
5.55
5.00
2.45
4.05
1.50
2.55
3.45
1.50
4.25
7.25
1.40
5.00
2.45
5.45
8.35
Copperfacejack ...........W
Cornerstone Lad ......... P
Craiganboy .................. P
Crank Em Up ...............W
Cresswell Legend .......W
Crosse Fire.................. B
Cupid’s Icon ................W
Dancing Conquest ......W
Danzeno....................... C
Dark Devil .................... B
Dark Side Dream......... C
Dassett Gold ............... K
Debrouillard ................W
Deebaj ..........................W
Delannoy ..................... K
Dell Oro ....................... K
Desert Ace................... B
Despicable Me ............W
Detachment ................. B
Dinsdale....................... K
Dose ............................. B
Double Up ................... C
Doyannie .....................W
Dream Brother ............W
Dream Free.................. B
Driftwood Pride ........... K
Dynamo Walt ............... C
Earlshill........................W
Easter Gold .................W
El Deguello ..................W
Eljaddaaf...................... C
Emitom ........................W
Equus Leader..............W
Eurkash .......................W
Excellent George ........ C
Excellent Team ...........W
Exhort .......................... B
Extrasolar .................... B
4.25
1.50
5.10
4.25
3.55
1.30
5.00
2.10
7.35
4.55
7.05
6.20
5.00
2.45
5.15
6.20
1.30
5.00
3.45
4.45
4.20
7.35
5.00
5.00
4.20
7.55
7.05
1.40
5.00
5.00
8.05
5.35
5.35
5.35
7.05
2.45
2.35
1.30
Faithful Promise ......... B
Fakhoor ....................... C
Fearnie Lou .................W
Fifty Shades ................W
Fighting Spirit ............. B
Finalshot......................W
Floki .............................W
Fly Home Harry ...........W
Fly Rory Fly ................. P
Forthefunofit ...............W
Foxy Locks.................. C
Framley Garth ............. B
Frankly Speaking........W
Friends In Heaven ...... P
Future Boy ..................W
Gamesome .................. B
Ganache ......................W
Geordielandgangsta ... P
Ghayadh ...................... B
Glory Awaits ............... C
Golden Town ............... P
Good Man Jim.............W
Goodnight Charlie ......W
Goosen Maverick........W
Gortnagirl ....................W
Grandad’s World ........ B
Grandads Horse .........W
Gregarious ..................W
Haafapiece................... K
Handsome Bob ........... B
Hazamar.......................W
He’s One Of R Own .... C
Henry’s Joy ................. P
Her Dream ...................W
Herminator ..................W
Hey Listen ................... P
Highland Fling ............ P
Hot Off The Press ....... B
GREYHOUNDS
CENTRAL PARK
11.01 CONAL CASHES IN (nap) (5) ... Yassoo Bob (2)
11.16 GLENSIDE ROSEY (6) ...................Translate (2)
11.31 SHANEBOY LISA (3) ...........Pookies Raptor (1)
11.46 RESNOVA LEELA (3) .................... Final Pal (1)
12.01 GLASHEEN BRANDY (6) .... Clonleigh Rose (3)
12.16 DELIGHTFUL MARY (nb) (2) .......Ask Karen (1)
12.31 NORTHS ELLENMARY (3) .........Mill Stinger (6)
12.46 KINGO PAH (1) .................... Motion Jayfkay (5)
1.01 LOW ROAD (2) ............................... Casabuca (1)
1.16 WELL LANE LOCK (2)..................Nice Wood (3)
1.31 PENNILESS PENNY (4) ................. Swift Caia (2)
1.49 BOOZED FLASH (1) .............. Killuran Clancy (6)
CRAYFORD
2.06 FUNNY PLEASURE (nap) (5) Precious Chloe (3)
2.22 ROGUE ASSASSIN (4) ......... Moanteen Story (2)
2.42 PEBBLES BOOK (1) .........Fawkham Porsche (5)
3.02 DEECEES BRANDY (4) ....... Papadontpreach (6)
3.19 DESIGN HOLLY (3) ..............Lisnafulla Honey (6)
3.39 AVAS ROSITA (2) ...............Droopys Rafaella (5)
3.59 SCRUBIT LOUIE (1) ................... Rathduff Cat (4)
4.19 DRIVE ON RASCAL (2) ...... Fawkham Ferrari (4)
4.39 TREATMETHESAME (1) .... Winning Distance (6)
4.58 SHARONS BLING (1) ..........Champagne Amy (2)
5.18 PLAY MASTER (nb) (2)............ Kereight Jude (1)
5.37 LEMMING WOMBLE (6) ............Dipton Spark (1)
5.54 NEWLAWN JIMBOB (5) ..........Kelva Cuthbert (1)
6.09 NEWLAWN MARIAN (5) ....Unleashthelegend (4)
HOVE
6.27 SILVERY MOON (5) ................ Mellys Mission (3)
6.47 CISBERRY GEO (2) ............... Whereyoubeen (5)
7.03 SLIPPY MAGGIE (2) ........... Minnies Highway (4)
7.18 GARRYGLASS CHAMP (5) ........Affleck Lady (2)
7.34 AAYAMZA BREEZE (4) ...............Bangor Ella (2)
7.51 SHOTGUN BULLET (nap) (2) ...... Apache Kid (5)
8.06 LOGGIES ROSIE (5) ..................Slick Strauss (1)
8.22 RUBYS RASCAL (nb) (2) ... Calzaghe Bradley (3)
8.38 KINGDOM EAGLE (1) ..............Droopys Edge (5)
8.54 DROOPYS TONY (3) ..........Ashbourne Prince (1)
9.11 KING COMO (4) ........................... Active Juliet (6)
9.26 DROOPYS BONUCCI (6) ...... Ballyhoe Anville (5)
HENLOW
11.09 SILVERHILL LEMON (3) ... Blackrose Chuck
11.24 BLACKROSE HUCK (3) ..... Westmead Gina
11.39 BLACKROSE BENSON (4) .Silverview Ness
11.54 SILVERVIEW MINDY (2) ....Marcos Veggera
12.09 MALBAY VICKY (nb) (6) ...Ballykevin Trump
12.24 CLYDAGH DINNY (2) ........................Onaroll
12.39 SAVANA LUCY (2) ...............Savana Rocket
12.54 SAVANA SKYLARK (1) .... Clonkelly Roman
1.08 GULF OF ARABIA (nap) (1).........Savana Kai
1.22 SILVERVIEW SWEEP (2) .......... A Tiny Horse
1.39 HOP HOP BUNNY (3) ............. Savana Arthur
1.57 SONIC SAFARI (1) ......................Victory Park
(6)
(5)
(3)
(3)
(2)
(1)
(3)
(6)
(3)
(1)
(2)
(2)
ROMFORD
2.12
2.32
2.52
3.11
3.29
3.49
4.09
4.29
4.48
5.08
5.28
5.44
6.02
6.19
AMELIA’S RUBY (1) .............In The Kingdom
DEVON DADDY (nb) (4) ............ Wagga Vicky
TO TONE TAS (3)..................... Corrin Christy
STEEPLE RD EL (2)...................Gable Drogo
LAVAN FLASH (2) ................. Amelias Prince
BUSTINO (1) ...............................Halls Charlie
CLODAGH WARRIOR (1) ............ Sober Now
BRANDY SNAP (5) ................ Newlawn Peter
BORWICK SNEEZY (6) ............... Bridge Zara
YOGIE (3)................................Quivers Rassie
POPPYS PAL (4) .................... Swabys Prince
OAKS DOUBLE DOWN (2) .. Sneezys Rocket
JAYTEE HOLLYWOOD (5) Narabane Tommy
JAYTEE DAVE (nap) (3) ........To Tone Prince
(4)
(6)
(6)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(5)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(3)
(2)
YARMOUTH RPGTV
6.28 GLAISE BUNTY (1) ................... Safepac Wiki (2)
6.48 BALLYCOOLE BELLE (2) ............Jazz Fame (1)
7.06 LADS ON TOUR (4) ................... Motive Eight (6)
7.22 FOZZINA (3) ......................... Juranjuran Baby (2)
7.37 ADORAS SAPIENT (2) ............ Feel The Heat (4)
7.52 TYRUR MONA (2) ........................ View Mario (4)
8.07 MUTE BUTTON (5) ...............Adamant Loretta (4)
8.22 LUMINOUS PINK (2) ........................ Honjuras (1)
8.37 PAWSOME SANTIAGO (5) .. Blackrose Violet (1)
8.51 HOLLYS PHOENIX (4) ............... Evoden Elsa (3)
9.07 MILLABBEY PIPER (nb) (1).. Finnery Bluegirl (4)
9.22 VINEGARHILL ROCK (1) ......Take My Advice (3)
9.40 JURA TAKARI (nap) (3) ................Jive Bunny (6)
2.35
6.30
5.35
2.10
2.00
5.00
5.35
4.25
3.30
3.55
6.30
3.45
3.55
1.50
1.40
1.30
5.35
1.50
1.30
9.05
2.55
5.35
2.10
2.10
1.40
1.30
4.25
2.45
4.45
3.10
2.45
6.30
5.10
1.40
2.45
2.55
3.30
5.25
How Bizarre................. B 3.10
How Far ....................... C 6.30
I Am Sam .....................W 2.10
● I Was Only Joking... B 5.25
Ice Age......................... C
Image ........................... C
Immokalee ................... B
Imperial Nemesis ........ P
Imperial Prince............ P
Indirocco .....................W
Inflexiball ..................... B
J And M Greengairs ... P
Jacbequick .................. B
Jacob’s Pillow............. B
Jensue ......................... B
John Caesar ................ B
Jolie Crickette ............. P
Joycetick ..................... K
Judge John Deed .......W
Kaki De La Pree ..........W
Kalissi .......................... B
Katahdin ......................W
Kilbaha Lady ............... B
Kilbrew Boy.................W
Kilmurvy ......................W
Kings Ryde.................. K
Kloud Gate .................. K
La Fille Francaise .......W
Lacan ........................... C
Lalania ......................... C
Lancelot Du Lac.......... C
Landecker.................... P
● Le Capricieux .......... K
Letemgo....................... P
Lettheriverrundry........W
Lexikon ........................ B
Liquid Gold ................. B
Lissycasey ..................W
7.35
8.35
2.00
1.50
3.30
1.40
4.20
1.50
4.55
1.30
2.00
3.45
2.20
5.15
1.40
3.55
2.00
5.35
4.20
5.35
4.25
6.20
5.15
2.45
9.05
6.30
7.35
4.35
4.45
4.35
2.45
2.00
3.45
2.45
London ........................ C
Loose Chips ................ K
Lord Napier ................. P
Loud And Clear........... P
Love Dreams ............... C
Lucymai ....................... C
Luna Eclipse ............... C
Luv U Whatever .......... C
Maakaasib ................... C
Macardle ...................... P
Maddfourmaggy.......... B
Main Fact ..................... P
Mancini ........................ C
March Is On ................. K
Marshall Aid ................ C
Mazalto ........................ K
● Mazzini ..................... C
Mearing ........................ B
Metronomic ................. B
Mick The Poser ........... P
Mighty Thunder .......... P
Minella Tweet .............. K
Miracle Works ............. C
Miss Malarky ............... K
Mister Serious............. K
Mixboy ......................... P
● Moccasin ................. B
Monday Club ............... K
Mont Kinabalu ............. B
Mont Royale ................ K
Moor Freedom ............W
Moores Novelty ........... P
Morney Wing ...............W
Morning Herald ...........W
Morning Royalty ......... P
Morning Vicar .............W
Mr Sandgate ................ P
Mubtasim ..................... C
8.05
6.50
5.10
5.10
8.05
8.05
8.35
5.55
7.05
1.50
2.00
2.55
5.55
6.20
5.55
5.15
7.35
3.10
3.45
2.55
5.10
5.45
6.30
6.20
6.20
2.20
3.45
4.45
2.35
6.50
5.35
2.55
4.25
3.55
4.05
5.00
1.50
7.35
My Old Gold ................ P
Mystical Clouds ..........W
Natajack ....................... B
Native Optimist ........... P
Nautical Mile ............... B
Navajo Star.................. C
Nearly Perfect .............W
New Millennium .......... K
No Likey ...................... K
Oakley ..........................W
Ode To Autumn .......... C
Oh Land Abloom ........W
On Parole ....................W
Onefootinparadise ...... B
Oregon Gift ................. C
Our Kaempfer .............W
Over The Arch............. K
Ower Fly ...................... C
Ozzie The Oscar .........W
Pablow ......................... C
Paddy’s Rock .............. B
Pain Au Chocolat........ P
Palmerston .................. B
Party Dancer ............... C
Pc Dixon ...................... P
Pearl Noir .................... B
Pearl Spectre .............. C
Perfect Pirate ..............W
Peters Grey ................. P
Phangio .......................W
Piccothepack .............. B
Placebo Effect............. B
Planetoid ..................... C
Polly’s Pursuit ............ K
Pontresina ................... K
Poppy Walton ............. B
Port Melon ................... K
Posh Totty ...................W
4.35
1.40
4.20
4.35
5.25
5.55
5.35
4.45
7.55
5.35
8.35
3.55
5.00
3.10
5.55
3.55
6.20
8.05
3.20
6.30
3.45
4.05
4.55
6.30
2.55
1.30
9.05
3.55
2.55
4.25
2.00
2.35
5.55
4.45
6.20
3.10
7.55
2.10
Powerstown Park .......W
Puchita......................... B
Quoteline Direct .......... B
Raffle King .................. B
● Rapid Applause....... B
Raucous ...................... C
Ray’s The Money ........ K
Read’em And Weep .... P
Realms Of Fire ............W
Rebel Royal ................. K
Rebel Streak................ C
Reggie B ......................W
Regulation ................... K
Reivers Lodge............. P
Related......................... C
Remind Me Later ........ K
Rhaegar .......................W
Rita’s Man ................... B
Rivabodiva .................. P
Roll The Dough ...........W
Roman River ............... C
Royal Irish Hussar ...... K
Royal Mandate ............ P
Salmanazar..................W
Sammylou ...................W
Samphire Coast .......... C
Scenic River ................ B
Schap ...........................W
Schnabel......................W
Scottshill .....................W
Se You ......................... B
Second Time Around .W
Secret Art .................... C
Sergeant Brody ...........W
Shakour ....................... B
Shanty Alley ................W
Sharp Getaway ...........W
Shazzab ....................... B
DOG WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Cappagh Revision (2) 6-4
fav, Hollyoak Macca (3) 5-2, NR:
Notmeanttobe (res), bf: £6.41, tri:
(2-3-5) £0.00. 11.16: Onthedaftside
(2) 7-2, Jumeirah Tara (5) 7-4 fav,
bf: £13.83, tri: (2-5-3) £41.77. 11.31:
Edenvale Vanity (6) 3-1, Bens Lass
(1) 2-1 fav, bf: £10.94, tri: (6-1-2)
£25.15. 11.46: Sia Atthe Line (1)
5-2, Tiger Shannon (6) 5-2, NR:
Gainstown Keiko (res), bf: £10.94,
tri: (1-6-4) £0.00. 12.01: Holborn
Buzzard (3) 7-1, Millbrook King (1)
2-1 fav, bf: £27.32, tri: (3-1-4)
£70.50. 12.16: Kahuna Geoff (2)
7-2, Our Luney (4) 5-2, bf: £17.35,
tri: (2-4-6) £34.21. 12.31: Aughaboy
Millie (5) 9-2, Farleigh Rise (6) 11-4
fav, bf: £20.31, tri: (5-6-3) £67.99.
12.46: Shaneboy Santana (3) 10-11
fav, Hollyoak Bentley (6) 12-1, bf:
£15.21, tri: (3-6-4) £48.02. 1.01:
Run On Speedy (6) 2-1 fav, Sign
Magatron (2) 4-1, bf: £11.33, tri:
(6-2-4) £41.29. 1.16: Big Baby (1)
11-4, Insane Hannah (3) 6-1, bf:
£20.36, tri: (1-3-5) £62.07. 1.31:
Tyrur Merlyn (4) 4-1, Kitmins Blue
(5) 9-2, bf: £29.26, tri: (4-5-6)
£55.62. 1.49: Ticking Clock (2) 5-2
jt-fav, Hatfield Garry (6) 7-2, bf:
£14.37, tri: (2-6-3) £33.94.
HOVE
2.12: Imaginary Impact (2) 5-2
co-fav, Gemini Joker (6) 5-1, bf:
£19.39, tri: (2-6-4) £47.98. 2.32:
Rixy
Boy
(1)
2-1
fav,
Thischapsinwork (6) 4-1, bf:
£11.24, tri: (1-6-5) £25.57. 2.52:
Waste House Eco (6) 3-1,
Rosegarland Jedi (1) 2-1 fav, bf:
£10.60, tri: (6-1-5) £36.53. 3.11:
Tarbrook Pet (3) 9-2, Astra Moon
(5) 2-1 fav, bf: £18.21, tri: (3-5-6)
£57.60. 3.29: Astute Torpedo (4)
4-1, Hedsor Artie (3) 3-1, bf:
£20.60, tri: (4-3-5) £72.75. 3.49:
Slippery Crystal (2) 7-1, Gemini
1.40
3.10
3.45
1.30
1.30
7.05
5.15
2.55
5.35
5.15
6.30
5.00
4.45
5.10
7.05
6.50
2.45
3.45
4.35
2.10
6.30
7.25
5.10
3.55
1.40
9.05
3.10
1.40
2.45
1.40
3.10
2.45
9.05
3.55
5.25
5.00
1.40
2.35
Shesthedream ............. B
Shining Romeo ........... K
Shumookhi .................. B
Signora Cabello .......... B
Singe Du Nord ............ B
Sir Commander ........... C
Sister Sibyl ..................W
Skandiburg ..................W
Skipthescales.............. P
Some Are Lucky ......... P
Some Boy Mccoy........W
Song Of Summer ........ B
Southfield Theatre ...... K
Space Oddity ..............W
Spice Boat ................... K
Stags Leap .................. P
Star Foot...................... K
Starkie.......................... K
Stellar Notion .............. K
Stormy Milan ...............W
Straightothepoint........ B
Subcontinent...............W
Such A Legend ........... K
Sulafaat........................ B
Sun Cloud ................... P
Suzi’s Connoisseur .... C
Swansway ................... B
Swiss Belle.................. B
Tadbir........................... C
Take To Heart.............. K
Tanasoq ....................... B
Tavener ........................ C
Tedham ........................W
That’s Life ................... P
The Banastoir ............. P
The Compeller ............ P
The Lawley ..................W
The Pinto Kid .............. B
1.30
4.45
2.00
2.00
2.00
6.30
3.20
5.00
4.35
3.30
5.35
3.10
6.50
3.20
5.15
2.55
7.25
7.55
6.50
1.40
1.30
1.40
7.55
3.10
4.35
8.05
3.45
3.10
6.30
7.25
1.30
7.05
5.00
1.50
2.55
2.55
1.40
5.25
Third Wind ...................W
Ticket To Ride .............W
Tikken Away................ K
Tiquer........................... P
Titus Bolt ..................... P
Tom Barton ................. K
Tommy Silver ..............W
Total Assets ................ P
Trading Point .............. B
Treat Yourself ............. K
Tree Of Liberty ............W
Trevithick..................... B
Turangi ........................W
Umndeni ......................W
Ventura Gold ............... B
Via Serendipity ........... C
Vigee Le Brun ............. B
Visionary ..................... C
Vive Le Roi .................. K
Vocaliser...................... K
Voice Control .............. C
Vosne Romanee ......... P
Wadswick Court ......... P
Walk On Walter ........... C
Wallace Spirit .............. K
Welliesinthewater ....... C
Western Climate .........W
Whatwouldyouknow ... B
Who’s My Jockey ....... K
Wind Storm ................. B
Wolowitz ...................... C
You’re So Right .......... K
Zac Brown ................... C
Zaydanides ..................W
Zee Man .......................W
Zeshov ......................... B
● Horses to note today
5.35
2.10
5.45
4.05
2.55
7.55
3.20
4.35
4.55
7.55
3.20
5.25
1.40
5.00
3.10
8.05
4.20
7.05
4.45
5.45
5.55
2.20
4.05
6.30
5.15
8.05
3.55
5.25
6.20
5.25
7.05
6.20
7.05
5.00
5.35
4.55
NEWCASTLE RPGTV
Diva (3) 4-1, bf: £42.62, tri: (2-31) £133.45. 4.09: El Taz (3) 9-4
fav, Brickfield Sooty (4) 6-1, bf:
£16.52, tri: (3-4-5) £44.92. 4.29:
Warnham Glitz (4) 10-1, Kish
Chieftain (1) 5-2 co-fav, NR:
Droopys Match (res), bf: £47.24,
tri: (4-1-6) £190.90. 4.48:
Ballantine Blaze (2) 3-1, Offyougo
(4) 7-4 fav, bf: £11.22, tri: (2-4-3)
£30.39. 5.08: Get On Patch (5)
8-1, Jumeirah Henry (1) 3-1, bf:
£43.26, tri: (5-1-6) £198.97. 5.28:
Imfootballmagic
(4)
6-1,
Fernandog Torres (3) 5-2, bf:
£28.79, tri: (4-3-5) £139.70. 5.44:
Guinness Brandy (3) 3-1, Kesboro
Arlo (4) 6-1, bf: £22.56, tri: (3-46) £74.13. 6.02: Balibo Ruby (3)
7-4 fav, Brinkleys Jet (1) 3-1, bf:
£7.61, tri: (3-1-4) £18.89. 6.19:
Isaacs Beauty (6) 5-2 fav, South
Downs Dex (5) 5-1, bf: £14.71, tri:
(6-5-3) £45.65.
MONMORE
2.06: Coolavanny Boy (1) 2-1
fav, Dower Forgold (5) 3-1, bf:
£8.97, tri: (1-5-4) £20.57. 2.22:
Affane Party (1) 2-5 fav, Stringer
Bell (6) 7-2, bf: £2.75, tri: (1-6-5)
£8.49. 2.42: Crossfield Giles (3)
3-1, Overandout (2) 7-2, bf:
£15.09, tri: (3-2-1) £20.89. 3.02:
Adamant Jim (6) 5-1, Inch
Forward (3) 5-4 fav, bf: £16.32,
tri: (6-3-2) £41.45. 3.19: Ballymac
Defo (1) 4-6 fav, Droopys Fisher
(4) 20-1, bf: £17.91, tri: (1-4-5)
£98.99. 3.39: Ridgedale Max (2)
5-4 fav, Romeo Desperado (1) 5-1,
bf: £7.74, tri: (2-1-5) £36.71. 3.59:
Brinkleys Twirl (2) 4-5 fav, Image
Carranna (3) 4-1, NR: Rackethall
Jess (res), bf: £5.13, tri: (2-3-6)
£0.00. 4.19: Fernhill Rex (1) 4-5
fav, Supreme Merlot (6) 4-1, bf:
£5.02, tri: (1-6-3) £20.84. 4.39:
Carmac Express (1) 5-4 fav,
Moorstown Duke (4) 7-4, bf:
£3.83, tri: (1-4-5) £7.74. 4.58:
Shewhodareswins (2) 6-4 fav,
Swift Tarquin (1) 5-1, bf: £9.69,
tri: (2-1-6) £23.46. 5.18: Droopys
Nirvana (5) 6-1, Savana Donie (3)
2-1 fav, bf: £27.04, tri: (5-3-1)
£101.19. 5.37: Dower Theo (2) 5-2
fav, Cooladerry Ford (4) 11-4, bf:
£11.67, tri: (2-4-3) £47.67. 5.54:
Shesnosnob (4) 6-1, Tutorial (3)
5-2 jt-fav, bf: £27.55, tri: (4-3-5)
£80.33. 6.09: Barrack Ivy (2) 5-1,
Witha Rebel Yell (3) 9-4, bf:
£22.71, tri: (2-3-1) £99.96.
6.22
(P4)
480m
6.38
(H’cap)
480m
11.09: Burtonlodgeview (1)
4-1, Gable Raven (3) 3-1 co-fav,
NR: Arconagh Mike (res), bf:
£18.86, tri: (1-3-6) £59.44. 11.24:
Young Ebony (6) 5-2 fav, Boherash
Chas (1) 6-1, bf: £17.24, tri: (6-12) £47.25. 11.39: Selkirk Mayhem
(1) 3-1, Courts Ad Lee (2) 7-4 fav,
bf: £9.23, tri: (1-2-5) £28.62.
11.54: Slaneyside Moody (3) 3-1,
Only Duke (6) 7-2, bf: £15.48, tri:
(3-6-1) £57.83. 12.09: Honest
Tagg (5) 7-2, Corrig Galileo (4)
3-1, bf: £19.31, tri: (5-4-2) £67.12.
12.24: Newlawn Donal (5) 6-1,
Bustle Around (4) 5-2, bf: £30.61,
tri: (5-4-2) £72.95. 12.39: Black
Magician (6) 5-1, Faranbeg Scott
(4) 3-1, NR: Droopys Lucky (res),
bf: £26.29, tri: (6-4-1) £73.76.
12.54: Larimar (5) 4-1, Strictly
Pet (1) 4-1, bf: £25.40, tri: (5-1-4)
£71.68. 1.08: Padres Light (1) 7-2,
Droopys Dan (2) 6-1, bf: £22.71,
tri: (1-2-5) £60.43. 1.22: Droopys
Wispa (3) 3-1 jt-fav, Bonville
Zeus (4) 4-1, NR: Jazz Jade (res),
bf: £16.50, tri: (3-4-2) £51.64.
1.39: Wardys First (4) 9-2, Miss
Vavavoom (1) 5-1, bf: £31.79, tri:
(4-1-2) £71.20. 1.57: Hillview
Rose (1) 4-1, Newlawn Danny (5)
4-1, bf: £26.21, tri: (1-5-2)
£91.71.
6.56
ROMFORD
1
2 Canny Rodney (rl ep) ................ 30.26
2 4445 Bertha Chomps (md ep) ............ 29.89
3
Geordie Loca (md ro) ................ 00.00
4 2526 Boogardy Bravo (sa ro) ............. 30.13
5
1 JUMEIRAH POPPY (md ep) ..... 30.01
6 55 Sporty Clyde (wd ro) ................ 30.31
Star betting: 2 Bertha Chomps, Boogardy
Bravo, 7-2 Jumeirah Poppy, 5 Canny Rodney.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6466 Lick The Dish (16m) (ep ro) ...... 00.00
6133 CORRAKELLY BOLT (13m) (md ro) .28.93
3253 Target Primrose (7m) (md h) ..... 28.80
1335 Wraysbury Maggs (7m) (wd ep) 28.97
2424 Highview Sam (1m) (md ep)...... 28.93
1412 Farloe Raider (Scr) (ep h) ........ 29.18
Star betting: 11-4 Lick The Dish, 3 Farloe
Raider, 7-2 Highview Sam, Corrakelly Bolt.
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
480m
1563 Bramble Tudor (sa fw) ............... 29.18
1322 BRINDLESPOTBABE (RL RO) 28.92
65 Tyrur Ivanka (sa fw)................... 00.00
1424 Till Linnet (sa wd) ...................... 28.95
3433 Clares Dream (wd ep) ............... 28.69
2313 Shes A Maestro (sa fw)............ 29.06
Star betting: 6-4 Clares Dream, 5-2
Brindlespotbabe, 4 Tyrur Ivanka.
7.11
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A4)
480m
2346 Romeo Vardy (rl ro) ................... 29.52
1566 Blackhouse Jay (ep ro).............. 29.48
1531 IZZYS BLUE (ep ro) .................. 29.59
3641 Target Mink (rl ro) ...................... 29.53
2352 Soju Hipster (ep ro).................. 29.55
5355 Drumcrow Sly (wd ro) ................ 29.42
Star betting: 5-2 Soju Hipster, 7-2 Target
Mink, Izzys Blue, Drumcrow Sly, 5 Romeo Vardy,
11-2 Blackhouse Jay.
7.26
(H’cap)
480m
1 6436 Target Juliet (11m) (fw h) .......... 29.09
2 2453 Geordie Ivy (9m) (rl ro) .............. 29.08
3 3122 THUMBS UP BLAKE (nb) (8m) (fw h)
29.07
4 6326 Wraysbury Romeo (7m) (md ro) 29.43
5 6664 Highview Prairie (4m) (rl fw) ...... 28.79
6 4122 Bramble Robson (Scr) (ep fw) . 29.05
Star betting: 2 Thumbs Up Blake,
Bramble Robson, 5 Highview Prairie, Wraysbury
Romeo, 6 Target Juliet, Geordie Ivy.
7.42
1
2
3
4
5
6
(D3)
290m
542 Sillan Rose (rl ro) ..................... 00.00
4663 Romeo Slipstream (rl ro) ........... 17.64
3315 ALNWICK KEIRA (md ro)......... 17.83
6561 Sunoak Freya (wd ro) ................ 17.84
6365 Target Frost (sa fw) ................... 17.60
4254 Target Legacy (wd ep) .............. 17.72
Star betting: 3 Sillan Rose, Alnwick
Keira, 7-2 Target Frost, 4 Sunoak Freya, Target
Legacy, 11-2 Romeo Slipstream.
7.58
(A4)
480m
8.13
(H’cap)
640m
8.28
(D3)
290m
8.43
(A1)
480m
8.58
(A1)
480m
9.14
(A3)
480m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4232 Vicarage Madison (rl ro) .......... 29.24
2 46 Aghaburren Blue (rl ro) .............. 00.00
3324 Crooks Calypso (md ro) ............ 29.41
353 Alnwick Razor (md fw)............... 29.33
143 Jumeirah Bruno (wd ro) ............. 29.47
5312 SWIFT LAMPOS (wd ro)........... 29.48
Star betting: 3 Vicarage Madison,
Aghaburren Blue, 4 Crooks Calypso, Alnwick
Razor, 9-2 Jumeirah Bruno, 5 Swift Lampos.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4143 THE MOPPITT (9m) (fw h) ........ 39.21
5424 Bramble Honey (9m) (ep h) ....... 39.22
3251 Head Puma (7m) (md ep) ......... 39.26
3554 Tonawillie Jet (5m) (md h) ......... 38.92
5335 Swift Mask (3m) (sa ep) ............ 38.93
2415 Poolie Beth (Scr) (rl ro).............. 39.11
Star betting: 2 Poolie Beth, 7-2 Tonawillie
Jet, 4 Head Puma, 9-2 The Moppitt, 5 Swift
Mask, 6 Bramble Honey.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4332 FABULOUS SEQUEL (rl ro) ..... 17.66
3534 Colliery Girl (md fw) ................... 17.62
5456 Kevs Puma (md ro) ................... 17.55
1614 Spirit Kays Echo (ep ro) ............ 17.61
5341 Romeo Valentino (sa ro).......... 00.00
1566 Canny Decision (sa ro) .............. 17.54
Star betting: 9-4 Spirit Kays Echo, 3
Fabulous Sequel, 4 Romeo Valentino, Canny
Decision, 9-2 Kevs Puma, 6 Colliery Girl.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4312 Pennys Echo (rl ro) .................. 28.84
1643 Bramble Reggie (MD RO) ......... 28.98
2212 KILDALLON BETA (sa fw) ....... 28.95
3214 Ashgrove Lisa (sa fw) ................ 28.76
1314 Bramble Johnted (sa fw) ........... 28.84
2412 Amadan Beag (wd ro) ............... 28.88
Star betting: 9-4 Pennys Echo, 11-4
Ashgrove Lisa, 3 Bramble Johnted.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 24 DOONANES LADYMOL (rl ep) 29.30
2142 Holdem Messi (rl ro)................. 28.93
2416 Dragon Seanie (md ro) .............. 28.87
1631 Crooks Pablo (md ep) ............... 28.75
2521 Droopys Dev (md ro) ................. 28.43
5515 Connell Star (md ep) ................. 28.78
Star betting: 2 Holdem Messi, 9-4
Droopys Dev, 3 Connell Star.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2244 Queenies Three (ep ro) ............ 29.25
2455 Pennys Tingle (rl ro) .................. 29.45
5463 Holycross Turbo (md ep) ........... 29.22
3121 BRAMBLE ZURI (NAP) (rl ro) .. 29.35
6625 Boogardy Charlie (wd ro) .......... 29.28
5551 Best Feature (md ro) ................. 29.32
Star betting: 11-4 Boogardy Charlie, 3
Queenies Three, 7-2 Bramble Zuri, Holycross
Turbo, 9-2 Best Feature, 6 Pennys Tingle.
40
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins
last 14 days) J Gosden 14; N
Henderson 13; P Nicholls 13; R Fahey
9; M Hammond 7; R Beckett 7; Miss L
Russell 7; P Hobbs 6; A Carroll 5.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) C Teague 88; Mrs L
Mongan 81; Julia Brooke 75; S Waugh
55; Sheila Lewis 55; J Goldie 51; R C
Guest 43; Miss J Western 37.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) R Johnson 11; S De Sousa 9;
James Doyle 8; W Buick 7; H Cobden
7; P Hanagan 6; O Murphy 6; A Atzeni
6; C Bishop 6; T Cannon 6.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) Toby Eley 79; J B Kane 64; L
Morris 51; P Makin 49; D Fentiman
39; C Hardie 38; W Kennedy 35.
ONE TO SWERVE
TREVITHICK (5.25, Beverley)
looks vulnerable on his return to turf.
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
Tiquer (4.05 PER)
Wadswick Court (4.05 PER)
Lord Napier (5.10 PER)
487miles
447miles
447miles
BEST EACH-WAY
GRANDAD’S WORLD (1.30,
Beverley) needs to overcome a
high draw but is well treated and
consistent at this level.
HANDICAP BLOT
NAVAJO STAR (5.55,
Chelmsford) won with a bit more in
hand than the official margin last
time and is just 2lb higher.
WIND OPERATIONS
PERTH: Golden Town (2.55).
WARWICK: Earlshill (1.40), Judge
John Deed (1.40), Stormy Milan (1.40),
Chato (2.45), Herminator (2.45),
Dream Brother (5.00).
HORSES having their first runs for
new trainers.
BEVERLEY: 1.30 Shesthedream
(Ex T D Barron), 3.10 Song Of
Summer (A Watson), 4.20 Blue
Vision (G Swinbank), 4.55
Palmerston (M Appleby), 4.55
Trading Point (J J Quinn), 5.25
Shakour (J Gosden).
CHELMSFORD CITY: 7.05
Wolowitz (A S Cruz to Ed Walker).
KEMPTON: 6.20 March Is On (C
Doyle to Jonjo O’Neill), 6.20 Mister
Serious (H Froud to R Walford),
6.50 Stellar Notion (H de Bromhead
to T George), 7.25 Backinthesaddle
(S Crawford to D Steele).
PERTH: 1.50 Asylo (P Holmes to
Julia Brooke), Friends In Heaven (R
Tyner to A Wilson), 2.55 The
Banastoir (Mrs A Morshead to Miss
L Russell), 3.30 Fly Rory Fly (N
Meade to N Alexander).
WARWICK: 1.40 Earlshill (D
Skelton to S Edmunds), 2.45 Affaire
D’honneur (H Whittington to K
Frost), Herminator (W P Mullins to
T Lacey), 5.00 Dream Brother (D P
Murphy to W Greatrex), 5.35 Good
Man Jim (M Goff to T R George),
Kilbrew Boy (A E Lynch to B Case).
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
BEVERLEY: A Mullen rides 3.45
Metronomic for P Niven, previous
combinations 2 wins from 4 mounts
50% strike rate at course.
CHELMSFORD CITY:
James Doyle rides 6.30 Sir
Commander, 7.35 Mubtasim, 8.35
Cavatina for W Haggas, previous
combinations 3 wins from 4 mounts
75% strike rate at course.
KEMPTON: H Reed rides 6.50
Bugsie Malone for C Gordon, previous combinations 2 wins from 5
mounts 40% strike rate at course.
PERTH: B Hughes rides 2.20
Mixboy for K Dalgleish, previous
combinations 3 wins from 5 mounts
60% strike rate at course.
WARWICK: None.
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PERTH
PATRICK WEAVER
Casa Tall
Mixboy
Bahrikate
Ballyarthur
Tiquer
Rivabodiva
Henry’s Joy
1.50
STAR TIP
1.50
2.20
2.55
3.30
4.05
4.35
5.10
GOING: SOFT – HEAVY IN PLACES
Chookie Royale
Vosne Romanee
Pc Dixon
Bollin Ace
Pain Au Chocolat
Skipthescales
Lord Napier
KINNOULL NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (13 runners) £4,431
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
3110 CASA TALL (43)(G) T R George 4 11 7 .................... P Brennan ★99
1222 CORNERSTONE LAD (18)(D2,S)(P) M Hammond 4 11 7 ..H Brooke 97
4-60 ASYLO (77)(G) Julia Brooke 6 10 12 .....................J Kington (3) 93
30 CHOOKIE ROYALE (113) K Dalgleish 10 10 12 ..C Bewley (3) 98
P-2 FRIENDS IN HEAVEN (360) A Wilson 6 10 12 .........B Hughes 61
P26 GEORDIELANDGANGSTA (9) Mrs R Dobbin 5 10 12 .......... C Nichol 74
030# IMPERIAL NEMESIS (76) N Twiston-Davies 5 10 12 .. J Bargary 94
PL J AND M GREENGAIRS (41) R M Smith 10 10 12 .C O’Farrell 66
4430# MACARDLE (18) P Kirby 5 10 12 ..........................T Dowson (3) 75
L-LP MR SANDGATE (74) R M Smith 5 10 12.......... S Mulqueen (3) 74
0L0P THAT’S LIFE (33) N Richards 6 10 12 ..........................R Day (3) 83
LL AKKADIAN EMPIRE (F24) I Jardine 4 10 7 ........ R Chapman (3) 86
L0 CLASSICAL ROSE (7) G Cromwell (IRE) 6 10 5 .J B Kane (5) 87
Star Betting: — 11-8 Casa Tall, 9-4 Cornerstone Lad, 8 Imperial
Nemesis, 10 Chookie Royale, Akkadian Empire, 14 others.
2017: Ramonex 6 10 12, A P Cawley 7-1 (Richard Hobson), 11 ran.
STARFORM: CORNERSTONE LAD DANGER: Casa Tall
2.20
1
2
3
4
MAKING MEMORIES HANDICAP CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (4 run)
£12,086
MIXBOY (F26)(D3,G,S) K Dalgleish 8 12 3 ................B Hughes ★99
VOSNE ROMANEE (14)(CD,D,G)(P,T) Dr R Newland 7 11 12.. H Brooke 97
BABY KING (14)(D2,S)(T) T R George 9 11 11 ...... P Brennan 95
JOLIE CRICKETTE (1)(S)(B) N Alexander 6 10 0......Lucy Alexander 91
LONG HANDICAP: Jolie Crickette 9-13.
Star Betting: — Evens Mixboy, 11-4 Vosne Romanee, 3 Baby King, 12
Jolie Crickette.
2017: Pain Au Chocolat 6 11 7, B Hughes 5-2 (Rebecca Menzies), 5 ran.
STARFORM: BABY KING DANGER: Mixboy
PF-1
1450
02LP
16-L5
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
STARFORM 5.55 Navajo Star (treble), 7.05 Maakaasib (nap),
8.05 Love Dreams (nb) all at Chelmsford
CLOCKFORM 7.05 Chelmsford – Maakaasib (2pts win)
FLOORING HCAP HURDLE
2.55 GLENEARN
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (14 runners) £4,265
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
/2-L STAGS LEAP (97)(G)(P) Julia Brooke 11 11 12 ......... H Brooke 91
335L GOLDEN TOWN (174) J Moffatt 7 11 11 .....................B Hughes 86
1P14 MAIN FACT (11)(S)(H) Mrs D Sayer 5 11 9 C McCormack (3) 88
4342 BAHRIKATE (121)(CD,G)(T) S Corbett 5 11 9 ...T Dowson (3) 92
2443 MICK THE POSER (16)(BF)(P) Jennie Candlish 4 11 7 .....S Quinlan 93
3B-P THE BANASTOIR (347)(C,G) Miss L Russell 9 11 7B Campbell (5) 97
0065 TITUS BOLT (41)(C,D,S)(V) J Goldie 9 11 6 .......C Bewley (3) 92
2123 PC DIXON (13)(D,S) V Thompson 5 11 3 ..........R Chapman (3) 94
6P04 HEY LISTEN (71)(P) Miss L Russell 6 11 1 ..... S Mulqueen (3) 93
2000 MOORES NOVELTY (102) N Alexander 6 11 0 ....Lucy Alexander 90
-5P0 PETERS GREY (41) R M Smith 8 10 10 ...................D Irving (3) 90
-P02 THE COMPELLER (41)(T) Miss L Russell 6 10 9 .... Derek Fox ★99
PP0U READ’EM AND WEEP (32)(P*) R M Smith 8 10 9 ...T Willmott (7) 90
4426 CHRISTMAS IN USA (37)(T,V) N Alexander 6 10 7.. G Cockburn (3) 88
Star Betting: — 4 Bahrikate, 9-2 Mick The Poser, 5 Pc Dixon, 11-2
The Compeller, 7 Main Fact, Christmas In Usa, 16 others.
2017: Bahrikate 4 10 8, J Corbett(7) 33-1 (S Corbett), 15 ran.
STARFORM: THE COMPELLER DANGER: Golden Town
(NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP)
3.30 CHASE
Class 3 (15 fences) 2m 4f (8 run) £10,137
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
BALLYARTHUR (19)(D,S)(T) N Twiston-Davies 8 11 8 .. J Bargary 97
HIGHLAND FLING (25)(G,S)(T) G Cromwell (IRE) 6 11 7 ....J B Kane (5) 92
BOLLIN ACE (26)(S)(P) T Easterby 7 11 6................. H Brooke 96
SOME ARE LUCKY (1)(BF,G,S)(P) T R George 7 11 3 .... P Brennan 97
FLY RORY FLY (266)(G)(T) N Alexander 6 10 12 .. Lucy Alexander 92
CALIVIGNY (1)(S)(V) N Alexander 9 10 3 ..................B Hughes 94
ALIZEE DE JANEIRO (41)(G,S) Miss L Russell 8 10 3 ...............
.................................................................................................. D Fox ★99
8 PLPL IMPERIAL PRINCE (81)(S) I Duncan 9 10 3............C O’Farrell 88
LONG HANDICAP: Calivigny 10-0, Alizee De Janeiro 9-12, Imperial
Prince 9-10.
Star Betting: — 2 Ballyarthur, 4 Bollin Ace, 9-2 Some Are Lucky, 11-2
Highland Fling, 7 Fly Rory Fly, 12 Alizee De Janeiro, 14 Calivigny, 33
Imperial Prince.
2017: Endless Credit 7 11 1, F O’Toole(5) 16-1 (M Hammond), 6 ran.
STARFORM: BALLYARTHUR DANGER: Highland Fling
P2L1
00F6
21L2
P132
3F20
5L64
2364
TAY HANDICAP CHASE
4.05 RIVER
Class 2 (15 fences) 2m 4f (5 run)
£18,768
1
2
3
4
5
4251 PAIN AU CHOCOLAT (12)(C,D,G,S) Rebecca Menzies 7 11 12....C O’Farrell 96
2344 MORNING ROYALTY (73)(G,S) J Moffatt 11 11 7 ....B Hughes 88
2165 WADSWICK COURT (193)(D,S)(B,T) P Bowen 10 11 6..J Bowen (3) 93
1-01 TIQUER (33)(D3,S) A Jones 10 11 3 ......................... P Brennan 96
333P CHIDSWELL (1)(BF,D,G,S) N Richards 9 11 1 ............C Nichol ★99
Star Betting: — 2 Tiquer, 9-4 Pain Au Chocolat, 3 Chidswell, 13-2
Wadswick Court, 10 Morning Royalty.
2017: Mystifiable 9 10 13, P Brennan 7-2 (F O’Brien), 7 ran.
STARFORM: TIQUER DANGER: Morning Royalty
JOCKEYS’ HCAP HURDLE
4.35 CONDITIONAL
Class 3 3m 3f (10 runners)
£7,538
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SUN CLOUD (60)(CD,C,D,G,S)(B*) Ruth Jefferson 11 11 12 ...J Hamilton 90
AENGUS (18)(S)(P) Jennie Candlish 8 11 6 ................. J Bowen 90
TOTAL ASSETS (70)(S) S Waugh 10 11 4................. C Bewley 92
LANDECKER (19)(S) N Alexander 10 11 2 ......G Cockburn (3) 86
MY OLD GOLD (18)(S) N Richards 8 11 0 ...................R Day (3) ★99
SKIPTHESCALES (26)(S)(P) P Kirby 6 10 13 ....T Dowson (3) 90
LETEMGO (6)(G,S) A B Hamilton 10 10 13 ............. R Chapman 88
RIVABODIVA (12)(S)(T) Miss L Russell 8 10 8 ..T Willmott (8) 92
NATIVE OPTIMIST (26)(C,G,S) Mrs S Walton 11 10 8 ...............
.........................................................................................S Coltherd 86
10 62L4 ALLTHEGEAR NO IDEA (19)(CD,G,S)(P) .................................
......................................... N Twiston-Davies 11 10 5 J Bargary (3) 94
Star Betting: — 3 My Old Gold, 4 Rivabodiva, 11-2 Skipthescales,
13-2 Total Assets, 7 Letemgo, 10 Allthegear No Idea, 12 Others.
2017: Sun Cloud 10 10 11, J Hamilton 8-1 (J M Jefferson), 6 ran.
STARFORM: MY OLD GOLD DANGER: Rivabodiva
11LP
3603
2532
615P
3221
3141
1UP3
2421
L2LP
HANDICAP HURDLE
5.10 NOVICES’
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 4f (8 run)
£4,265
1 511L LORD NAPIER (18)(BF,D,S) P Bowen 5 11 13.....J Bowen (3) 92
2 0-32 LOUD AND CLEAR (F198)(BF,G,S)(H*,T*) I Jardine 7 11 12 ..
.................................................................................R Chapman (3) ★99
3 4251 HENRY’S JOY (34)(D,S) D McCain 5 11 11 ...............B Hughes 97
4 L35L MIGHTY THUNDER (36)(G)(T) Miss L Russell 5 11 0 ... B Campbell (5) 93
5 4200 AN FEAR CIUIN (180) R M Smith 7 11 0 ................D Irving (3) 87
6 -45P CRAIGANBOY (19)(S)(H,T) N Alexander 9 10 10 .... G Cockburn (3) 84
7 5405 REIVERS LODGE (10)(G)(H,T) S Corbett 6 10 8 ...... F O’Toole (3) 84
8 0356# ROYAL MANDATE (54)(P) Rebecca Menzies 6 10 3 .....C O’Farrell 87
Star Betting: — 2 Henry’s Joy, 9-4 Loud And Clear, 5 Lord Napier, 8
Mighty Thunder, 12 Royal Mandate, Reivers Lodge, 20 Others.
2017: Stick To The Plan 5 11 7, H Skelton 13-2 (D Skelton), 10 ran.
STARFORM: HENRY’S JOY DANGER: Mighty Thunder
WARWICK
1.40
PUNCHESTOWN BLOG MAIDEN HURDLE
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 5f (18 run)
£4,224
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
05 BRADDAN HEAD (15) C Longsdon 5 11 2...............T J O’Brien 89
L COJACK (182) M Bradstock 6 11 2 .....................N De Boinville 57
-3LL EARLSHILL (61)(S) Stuart Edmunds 7 11 2.......Joshua Moore 92
PP-L FUTURE BOY (182) R Dickin 6 11 2 ...........................J Quinlan 76
3-6 INDIROCCO (32) D Skelton 5 11 2.............................. H Skelton 92
13/P JUDGE JOHN DEED (170) P Nicholls 7 11 2 ... S Twiston-Davies 92
043 MYSTICAL CLOUDS (64) A King 5 11 2 ........... W Hutchinson 93
-040 POWERSTOWN PARK (19)(P) Sam Thomas 5 11 2J M Davies 85
04LP SAMMYLOU (29)(T*) G McPherson 5 11 2 ........Kielan Woods 76
232L SCOTTSHILL (19) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 2...................N Scholfield 84
60# SHARP GETAWAY (31) B Case 6 11 2 ............M Kendrick (5) 75
05 STORMY MILAN (146) C Longsdon 5 11 2 ............. A Coleman 86
6025 SUBCONTINENT (17) Miss V Williams 6 11 2.......... C Deutsch ★99
00 TURANGI (115) P Hobbs 6 11 2 ................................R Johnson 95
3-1L GORTNAGIRL (31)(T) P Cowley 6 10 9 ............... Jamie Moore 75
-UP0 HER DREAM (17)(T) Miss C Dyson 6 10 9 ...........D Hiskett (5) 85
-63P SCHAP (28) C Fryer 6 10 9 .........................Fergus Gregory (5) 92
L THE LAWLEY (126) M Appleby 7 10 9 .............J Sherwood (3) 72
Star Betting: — 15-8 Mystical Clouds, 7-2 Earlshill, 5 Subcontinent, 8
Turangi, 10 Indirocco, 12 Judge John Deed, Stormy Milan, 20 others.
2017: Abbotswood 6 11 0, R Johnson 11-10 Fav (C Longsdon), 7 ran.
STARFORM: MYSTICAL CLOUDS DANGER: Turangi
2.10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
188BET NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE
Class 5 (18 fences) 3m (9 run)
£3,314
I AM SAM (109)(H) Emma Lavelle 7 12 1 .................... A Wedge 87
ROLL THE DOUGH (17)(BF,S)(T) P Hobbs 9 12 1 R Johnson 95
TICKET TO RIDE (59)(H) P Gundry 5 11 12 ..........A Thornton 84
GOODNIGHT CHARLIE (31)(G,S)(V) C Fryer 8 11 8 ...Mr J Andrews (7) 95
DANCING CONQUEST (11) J W Mullins 8 11 5 ...... J McGrath 87
BEL ESPRIT (355) Robert Stephens 9 11 4 .............T J O’Brien 86
FIFTY SHADES (16) Christian Williams 5 11 0 .... Jamie Moore 83
GOOSEN MAVERICK (95)(C,S) J G Cann 7 10 13...N Scholfield ★99
POSH TOTTY (150)(G) Jack Barber 11 10 0 .Bryony Frost (3) 93
LONG HANDICAP: Posh Totty 9-13.
Star Betting: — 11-4 Posh Totty, 5 Ticket To Ride, 11-2 Bel Esprit, 6
Roll The Dough, 7 I Am Sam, 8 Goosen Maverick, 10 Others.
STARFORM: ROLL THE DOUGH DGR: Goosen Maverick
P0L5
045L
04L2
0P0P
PPFP
62-3
6LP6
1P3U
2122
HANDICAP HURDLE
2.45 188BET
Class 4 (9 flights) 2m 3f (16 run)
£4,224
1
2
604- HERMINATOR (460)(T) Tom Lacey 8 12 0 ............. A Coleman ★99
34-L AFFAIRE D’HONNEUR (147)(BF,D,S) Kevin Frost 7 11 13
N De Boinville 88
3 21L3 RHAEGAR (28)(S) K Bailey 7 11 12 ..................................D Bass 96
4 2323 AWAKE AT MIDNIGHT (35)(BF) P Hobbs 6 11 11 R Johnson 98
5 LF13 GREGARIOUS (19)(S) Mrs L Wadham 5 11 8 .J Sherwood (3) 98
6 045P LISSYCASEY (42) Sheila Lewis 5 11 7...................M Hamill (5) 80
7 P24L LETTHERIVERRUNDRY (84)(D,G,S)(P,T) B Powell 8 11 7
B J Powell 90
8 1205 BURST YA BUBBLE (60)(S) J W Mullins 6 11 6.. D Sansom (5) 89
9 6-40 CHATO (76)(S) A King 6 11 6 .......................................T Cannon 94
10 1460 SECOND TIME AROUND (99)(G) A King 6 11 6 ...W Hutchinson 98
11 -120 DEEBAJ (20)(G) G L Moore 6 11 4 .....................Joshua Moore 90
12 0213 SCHNABEL (132)(S) David Dennis 6 11 4 .. S Twiston-Davies 92
13 -L6F HAZAMAR (F26)(G)(T) Mrs S Leech 5 11 2 ... Brodie Hampson (5) 85
14 0423 COMMODORE (19)(G) Miss V Williams 6 11 2 ......... C Deutsch 90
15 0443 LA FILLE FRANCAISE (90) R Dickin 5 11 1..............J Quinlan 88
16 5LPL EXCELLENT TEAM (19)(G)(T) D Skelton 6 11 0 ..... H Skelton 98
Star Betting: — 6 Awake At Midnight, 7 Rhaegar, 8 Gregarious,
Affaire D’Honneur, 10 Second Time Around, Schnabel, 14 others.
2017: Minstrel Royal 7 11 10, J McGrath 17-2 (N Henderson), 9 ran.
STARFORM: GREGARIOUS DANGER: Deebaj
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT – GOOD IN PLACES
PATRICK WEAVER
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
HANDICAP CHASE
3.20 NOVICES’
Class 2 (12 fences) 2m (5 run)
£15,640
1 121L TREE OF LIBERTY (35)(BF,D2,G,S) Kerry Lee 6 11 12
Jamie Moore 92
2 L1L2 OZZIE THE OSCAR (131)(BF,CD,G,S) P Hobbs 7 11 9
R Johnson ★99
3 2L2P TOMMY SILVER (14)(D,G,S)(T) P Nicholls 6 11 9
S Twiston-Davies 96
4 02U5 SPACE ODDITY (17)(BF,D,G,S)(H) H Fry 7 11 3 K Edgar (3) 89
5 4F21 SISTER SIBYL (7)(D,G,S) H Morrison 7 10 2(7ex) .T J O’Brien 94
Star Betting: — 9-4 Tree Of Liberty, 3 Ozzie The Oscar, 4 Tommy
Silver, 9-2 Sister Sibyl, 5 Space Oddity.
2017: Doitforthevillage 8 11 12, P Brennan 7-4 JtFav (P Henderson),
5 ran.
STARFORM: OZZIE THE OSCAR DANGER: Sister Sibyl
WALTERS HANDICAP HURDLE
3.55 ROBERT
Class 3 (12 flights) 3m 1f (13 run) £6,498
1 F4-P KAKI DE LA PREE (153)(D,S) T Symonds 11 11 12
Jamie Moore 84
2 115- FORTHEFUNOFIT (383)(G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 9 11 10 ....A Coleman 90
3 1112 CRESSWELL LEGEND (81)(BF,G,S)(T) K Bailey 7 11 10...D Bass 93
4 4620 OH LAND ABLOOM (8)(D,G,S) N King 8 11 9 ......... H Teal (7) 89
5 P060 OUR KAEMPFER (61)(G,S) C Longsdon 9 11 7 ......R Johnson 90
6 140P WESTERN CLIMATE (17)(G,S)(P) T H Weston 9 11 3 .. H Skelton 85
7 F5FL BOBO MAC (34)(S)(P*) T Symonds 7 11 3 .............J M Davies 88
8 -354 BENEAGLES (91)(D,S)(P*) A King 6 11 2 .................T Cannon 94
9 -10L PERFECT PIRATE (87)(BF,G,S)(P) B Pauling 6 11 1
N De Boinville 92
10 /L42 SALMANAZAR (32)(S) A King 10 11 1 .............. W Hutchinson ★99
11 20-0 MORNING HERALD (61)(G) M Keighley 7 10 13 .. H Stock (5) 86
12 4-2P SERGEANT BRODY (29)(T*) S Drinkwater 7 10 5 .. R T Dunne 88
13 0L42 FRANKLY SPEAKING (19) T Symonds 8 10 0.....M Hamill (5) 86
LONG HANDICAP: Frankly Speaking 9-13.
Star Betting: — 4 Cresswell Legend, 6 Salmanazar, 7 Forthefunofit, 8
Perfect Pirate, Beneagles, Kaki De La Pree, 10 others.
2017: The Tourard Man 11 11 12, Kevin Dowling(10) 4-1 (A King), 7
ran.
STARFORM: SALMANAZAR DANGER: Frankly Speaking
HANDICAP CHASE
4.25 188BET
Class 4 (22 fences) 3m 5f (8 run)
Mystical Clouds
Roll The Dough
Awake At Midnight
Sister Sibyl
Cresswell Legend
Morney Wing
Tedham
Oakley
£5,198
1 35PL GRANDADS HORSE (90)(G,S)(P) Jennie Candlish 12 12 1
R T Dunne 87
2 L31L CLUBS ARE TRUMPS (168)(G,S)(P) Jonjo O’Neill 9 11 12
Will Kennedy 92
3 124P CRANK EM UP (20)(S)(B,T*) David Dennis 7 11 10 .....D Bass 96
4 1P1L FLY HOME HARRY (62)(G,S)(P,T) C Longsdon 9 11 10
R Johnson 95
5 3113 COPPERFACEJACK (154)(BF,G)(T) P Webber 8 11 7
T Scudamore 88
6 2P13 MORNEY WING (20)(BF,S)(B,T) C Mann 9 11 4... A Coleman ★99
7 0L4P KILMURVY (18)(G,S)(P,T) J Scott 10 10 12 .........N Scholfield 92
8 4023 PHANGIO (36)(G)(B,T) M Sheppard 9 10 6 S Twiston-Davies 98
Star Betting: — 11-4 Copperfacejack, 9-2 Clubs Are Trumps, 5 Fly
Home Harry, Crank Em Up, 6 Morney Wing, 10 Kilmurvy, 12 Phangio,
Grandads Horse.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: CRANK EM UP DANGER:: Clubs Are Trumps
STAR TIP
1.40
2.10
2.45
3.20
3.55
4.25
5.00
5.35
Subcontinent
Posh Totty
Commodore
Tree Of Liberty
Oh Land Abloom
Clubs Are Trumps
Easter Gold
Third Wind
STD OPEN NH FLAT (DIV 1)
5.00 188BET
Class 5 2m (18 runners)
£2,599
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10# MORNING VICAR (75)(D,S) N Henderson 5 11 9N De Boinville 98
DEBROUILLARD Oliver Greenall 5 11 2................Will Kennedy 80
1- DREAM BROTHER (382) W Greatrex 6 11 2 ..............A Tinkler 98
2# FINALSHOT (64) H Daly 5 11 2 ........................J Sherwood (3) 94
ON PAROLE T R George 5 11 2 ............................ T Scudamore 91
REGGIE B R Brotherton 5 11 2 .................................... R T Dunne 71
L4 ZAYDANIDES (90) Tim Pinfield 6 11 2 ........ S Twiston-Davies 96
COLDITZ CASTLE A King 4 10 11 ...................... W Hutchinson 96
DESPICABLE ME Henry Oliver 4 10 11 ........ Jason Dixon (10) 76
SHANTY ALLEY B Case 4 10 11 .........................Kielan Woods 71
SKANDIBURG D Skelton 4 10 11 ................................ H Skelton 95
TEDHAM Jonjo O’Neill 4 10 11 ..................................N Scholfield 87
UMNDENI P Hobbs 4 10 11 .........................................R Johnson ★99
0 CHAMPAGNE POPPY (167) B Pauling 5 10 9................D Bass 84
0# EL DEGUELLO (86) A Carroll 5 10 9 .........................L Edwards 93
CUPID’S ICON Emma Lavelle 4 10 4............................. A Wedge 92
DOYANNIE Jack Barber 4 10 4.................................N P Madden 80
2# EASTER GOLD (19) Mrs L Wadham 4 10 4 ............. A Coleman 95
Star Betting: — 4 Easter Gold, 11-2 Morning Vicar, 7 Finalshot, 8
Umndeni, 10 Dream Brother, Skandiburg, 12 others.
2017: Not That Fuisse 4 10 11, H Skelton 9-2 Fav (D Skelton), 9 ran.
STARFORM: MORNING VICAR DANGER: Easter Gold
STD OPEN NH FLAT (DIV 2)
5.35 188BET
Class 5 2m (18 runners)
£2,599
1 61# KATAHDIN (60)(D,S) Mrs L Pearce 5 11 9 .................J Quinlan 95
2
3# GANACHE (76)(BF) N Henderson 5 11 2 ...........N De Boinville 90
3
5-1 GOOD MAN JIM (179) T R George 5 11 2 ......... T Scudamore 95
4
2 KILBREW BOY (158)(H*) B Case 5 11 2 ...........Kielan Woods 70
5
3# OAKLEY (40) P Hobbs 5 11 2 .....................................R Johnson 95
6
REALMS OF FIRE A King 5 11 2 ......................... W Hutchinson 96
7
ADMIRAL ANSON M Appleby 4 10 11 ..............J Sherwood (3) 79
8
EMITOM W Greatrex 4 10 11 ..........................................A Tinkler ★99
9
EQUUS LEADER P Bowen 4 10 11 ............................... A Wedge 86
10
EURKASH P Webber 4 10 11 ........................................T Cannon 71
11
FLOKI D Skelton 4 10 11 ............................................... H Skelton 95
12
NEARLY PERFECT N King 4 10 11 ............................ H Teal (7) 77
13
SOME BOY MCCOY Olly Murphy 4 10 11 ................ A Coleman 91
14
3# THIRD WIND (31) H Morrison 4 10 11 ....................N Scholfield 95
15 352# ZEE MAN (49)(BF) David Dennis 4 10 11.... S Twiston-Davies 95
16
5# BLAZING GOLD (152) R Dickin 5 10 9 ................Will Kennedy 93
17
MOOR FREEDOM P Gundry 5 10 9 ...........................A Thornton 86
18
FEARNIE LOU Christian Williams 4 10 4 .................... C Deutsch 95
Star Betting: — 4 Oakley, 5 Ganache, 11-2 Good Man Jim, 8
Katahdin, 10 Zee Man, Floki, 12 Third Wind, Realms Of Fire, 14 others.
2017: World Premier 4 10 11, N De Boinville 5-2 Fav (B Pauling), 8 ran.
STARFORM: GANACHE DANGER: Oakley
WINNERS AND PRICES
CATTERICK
1.50: 1, DAPPER MAN (B Sanderson
6-1); 2, Coiste Bodhar (7-4 fav); 3, La
Fortuna (3-1). 3/4l, 1l. 8 ran. Roger Fell.
Tote: £5.90; pl £1.50, £1.10, £1.50.
Exacta: £17.40. Tricast: £37.28. Trifecta:
£44.80. CSF: £16.68. NR: Endeavour,
Kirkby’s Phantom.
2.25: 1, BEE MACHINE (T Eaves
8-1); 2, Drover (13-2); 3, Christmas
Night (15-2). 4-1 fav Astraea. 1/2l, 11/2l.
12 ran. D Carroll. Tote: £9.10; pl £2.20,
£3.20, £2.40. Exacta: £75.80. Tricast:
£409.36. Trifecta: £659.50. CSF: £56.20.
NR: Gorse.
3.00: 1, TALAAQY (D O’Neill evens
fav); 2, Angels (10-1); 3, Effervescence
(11-8). shd, 2l. 11 ran. W Haggas. Tote:
£1.80; pl £1.10, £2.30, £1.10. Exacta:
£15.20. Trifecta: £24.10. CSF: £13.48.
NR: Club Tropicana, Dance On The
Day.
3.30: 1, RIVIERE ARGENTEE (Ben
Curtis 20-1); 2, Snookered (33-1); 3,
Clemento (12-1). 4-1 jtfav Tewafeedj,
4-1 jtfav Zig Zag. 11/2l, shd. 13 ran. K
Burke. Tote: £23.60; pl £6.40, £10.40,
£4.60. Exacta: £569.30. Tricast:
£7986.20. Trifecta: £1319.80. CSF:
£534.10.
4.05: 1, NEW SOCIETY (P J
McDonald 5-1); 2, Kings Gold (16-1); 3,
Richard Strauss (20-1). 10-3 fav Regal
Mirage. 21/4l, hd. 12 ran. J Bethell. Tote:
£6.00; pl £2.30, £5.30, £7.10. Exacta:
£88.20. Tricast: £1491.09. Trifecta:
£1953.50. CSF: £81.99.
4.35: 1, SEEN THE LYTE (L
Edmunds 16-1); 2, Carpet Time (10-1);
3, Rickyroadboy (6-1). 10-3 fav The
Golden Cue. 3l, 1/2l. 12 ran. N Tinkler.
Tote: £17.90; pl £5.30, £4.00, £2.00.
Exacta: £230.30. Tricast: £1096.40.
Trifecta: £1671.00. CSF: £167.46.
5.10: 1, RIGHT ACTION (P Hanagan
6-1); 2, Inner Circle (16-1); 3, Our
Charlie Brown (14-1). 11-2 fav Fingal’s
Cave. 21/4l, 3/4l. 15 ran. R Fahey. Tote:
£4.40; pl £1.80, £5.20, £4.70. Exacta:
£124.70. Tricast: £1308.34. Trifecta:
£1539.70. CSF: £90.19.
5.40: 1, REDROSEZORRO (R
Dodsworth 9-4 fav); 2, Spinart (4-1); 3,
Uncle Charlie (33-1). 2l, 21/4l. 14 ran. E
Alston. Tote: £2.90; pl £1.90, £2.10,
£7.10. Exacta: £17.10. Tricast: £250.63.
Trifecta: £661.60. CSF: £9.76. NR:
Coviglia.
QUADPOT: £182.20
PLACEPOT: £510.20
EPSOM
2.10: 1, BAHAMIAN SUNRISE (S
De Sousa 7-1); 2, Shamshon (8-1); 3,
Just That Lord (7-1). 6-1 fav
Justanotherbottle. hd, shd. 13 ran. J
Gallagher. Tote: £8.90; pl £2.30, £3.60,
£1.80. Exacta: £91.00. Tricast: £422.13.
Trifecta: £1228.20. CSF: £59.25.
2.45: 1, CROSSED BATON (L
Dettori 11-4); 2, My Lord And Master
(5-1); 3, Dee Ex Bee (15-8 fav). hd, 11/4l.
8 ran. J Gosden. Tote: £2.90; pl £1.20,
£1.60, £1.10. Exacta: £16.40. Trifecta:
£51.20. CSF: £17.40.
3.20: 1, ROYAL LINE (James Doyle
5-1); 2, Golden Wolf (8-1); 3, Fire
Fighting (12-1). 9-2 fav Shabeeb. 23/4l,
1
3 /4l. 13 ran. J Gosden. Tote: £5.60; pl
£2.20, £2.60, £3.90. Exacta: £51.40.
Tricast: £463.44. Trifecta: £460.50.
CSF: £44.36.
3.55: 1, AJMAN KING (A Atzeni 9-4
fav); 2, Dash Of Spice (6-1); 3, Another
Touch (20-1). 1l, nk. 10 ran. R Varian.
Tote: £2.70; pl £1.30, £2.30, £4.60.
Exacta: £17.70. Tricast: £221.52.
Trifecta: £210.20. CSF: £16.40.
4.25: 1, MASTER OF WINE (O
Murphy 15-8); 2, Simoon (10-1); 3,
King Of The Sand (11-8 fav). 21/4l, 5l. 8
ran. A Balding. Tote: £2.80; pl £1.10,
£3.00, £1.10. Exacta: £31.10. Trifecta:
£70.90. CSF: £21.55.
5.00: 1, CORAZON ESPINADO (S
De Sousa 14-1); 2, Cuban Heel (8-1); 3,
Warburton (8-1). 3-1 fav Christopher
Wood. nk, 1/2l. 11 ran. S Dow. Tote:
£14.70; pl £3.80, £2.60, £2.80. Exacta:
£161.20. Tricast: £981.24. Trifecta:
£868.80. CSF: £119.20.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
£10,000.00 carried over.
QUADPOT: £27.60
PLACEPOT: £67.90
PERTH
1.30: 1, BLUE FLIGHT (J Bargary
6-4 fav); 2, Skye Chief (28-1); 3,
Lovely Schtuff (3-1). 9l, 8l. 6 ran. N
Twiston-Davies. Tote: £2.10; pl £1.10,
£5.40. Exacta: £21.30. Trifecta:
£70.90. CSF: £26.68. NR: Eagle Ridge,
Le Frank.
2.00: 1, PRINCESS MONONOKE
(Miss
A
McCain
3-1);
2,
Catchthemoonlight (7-1); 3, Lady
London
(10-1).
6-4
fav
Longhousesignora. 2l, 13/4l. 8 ran. D
McCain. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.40, £2.60,
£1.80. Exacta: £18.00. Tricast: £172.21.
Trifecta: £75.60. CSF: £22.47. NR:
Moscanisi.
2.35: 1, CALETT MAD (D Jacob
8-11 fav); 2, Scorpion Sid (15-8); 31l. 3
ran. N Twiston-Davies. Tote: £1.40;
Exacta: £1.90. Trifecta: £2.60. CSF:
£2.32. NR: Bialco.
3.10: 1, ALLYSSON MONTERG (J
Bowen 3-1 fav); 2, As De Pique (14-1); 3,
Seldom Inn (11-1). 41/2l, 5l. 11 ran.
Richard Hobson. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.40,
£3.70, £3.40. Exacta: £46.50. Tricast:
£413.69. Trifecta: £579.70. CSF: £41.94.
3.45: 1, LE BRAYE (Mr Anthony
Fox 9-1); 2, Maraweh (15-2); 3, The Jam
Man (2-1 fav). nk, nk. 11 ran. G
Cromwell. Tote: £7.80; pl £2.10, £2.10,
£1.40. Exacta: £55.90. Tricast: £188.65.
Trifecta: £332.90. CSF: £70.19. NR:
Dotties Dilema.
4.15: 1, RAINY CITY (Ross Chapman
3-1); 2, Some Are Lucky (11-4 fav); 3,
Teddy Tee (11-2). 11l, 8l. 6 ran. I Jardine.
Tote: £2.80; pl £1.50, £2.60. Exacta:
£13.40. Trifecta: £33.50. CSF: £11.73.
4.45: 1, MORNING WITH IVAN (T
Dowson 2-1 fav); 2, Monfass (5-1); 3,
Elmono (16-1). 21/4l, 5l. 6 ran. S
Corbett. Tote: £2.60; pl £1.30, £2.30.
Exacta: £12.40. Trifecta: £87.40. CSF:
£11.64.
QUADPOT: £16.40
PLACEPOT: £170.40
PUNCHESTOWN
4.55: 1, NEXT DESTINATION (P
Townend 5-4 fav); 2, Delta Work (7-1);
3, Kilbricken Storm (5-1). nk, nk. 11
ran. W P Mullins. Tote: 1.90; pl 1.10,
1.70, 1.60. Exacta: 9.70. Tricast:
34.37. Trifecta: 29.60. CSF: 10.27.
5.30: 1, BELLSHILL (D J Mullins
4-1); 2, Djakadam (5-1); 3, Road To
Respect (7-2 fav). 3/4l, 8l. 12 ran. W P
Mullins. Tote: 4.50; pl 1.60, 1.80,
1.50. Exacta: 24.80. Tricast: 78.56.
Trifecta: 81.20. CSF: 25.34. NR:
Alpha Des Obeaux.
6.05: 1, TORNADO FLYER (Mr R
Deegan 12-1); 2, Blackbow (9-4 fav); 3,
Carefully Selected (4-1). 11/4l, 13/4l. 10
ran. W P Mullins. Tote: 14.90; pl
3.70, 1.20, 1.50. Exacta: 56.00.
Tricast: 136.24. Trifecta: 121.60.
CSF: 41.58.
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
BEST OF PUNCHESTOWN
5.30
CHAMPION STAYERS HURDLE (GRADE 1)
Class 1 (13 flights) 3m (12 run)
143,584
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-3FF BACARDYS (42)(C,S) W P Mullins 7 11 10...... Mr P W Mullins —
4204 BLEU ET ROUGE (25)(BF,S)(T) W P Mullins 7 11 10 ... M P Walsh 123
1312 DIAMOND CAUCHOIS (24)(BF,G,S)(T) G Elliott 7 11 10 ..D N Russell 149
1P26 FAUGHEEN (44)(C4,D,G,S) W P Mullins 10 11 10 .D J Mullins 145
6241 IDENTITY THIEF (12)(S) H de Bromhead 8 11 10 .S W Flanagan★152
L41P JEZKI (24)(CD,C2,G,S)(B) Mrs J Harrington 10 11 10 ....B J Geraghty 143
21P4 LIEUTENANT COLONEL (11)(D,S)(B,T) G Elliott 9 11 10 ....Jack Kennedy 131
12-1 PENHILL (42)(D3,G,S) W P Mullins 7 11 10 ............P Townend 89
224P SHANESHILL (137)(D,S) W P Mullins 9 11 10........D E Mullins —
-L6P YORKHILL (44)(C,G,S) W P Mullins 8 11 10 ........... R M Power —
3L3P BAPAUME (24)(C) W P Mullins 5 11 9........................... N Fehily 114
111L LA BAGUE AU ROI (44)(D2,G,S) W Greatrex (UK) 7 11 3 .. H Bannister 130
Star Betting: — 7-4 Penhill, 4 Bacardys, 9-2 Identity Thief, 8
Faugheen, 10 Diamond Cauchois, 16 others.
2017: Unowhatimeanharry 9 11 10, N Fehily 4-1 (H Fry), 12 ran.
BEVERLEY
6.40
RYANAIR NOVICE CHASE (GRADE 1)
Class 1 (11 fences) 2m (7 run)
CHELMSFORD CITY
5.55
1m 6f (9 runners)
PATRICK WEAVER
£4,399
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(9) 1L60 LUV U WHATEVER (15)(C2,A) Mrs M Fife 8 9 10 ..S Woods (7) 89
(2) 1311 OREGON GIFT (34)(BF,A)(T) C Mann 6 9 8 ..... Fran Berry ★99
(6) 410- MANCINI (243)(G) J Portman 4 9 7 .......................R Hornby 88
(5) 2264 BRIGADOON (51)(D,A,G,S) M Appleby 11 9 5 .... A Rawlinson 82
(3) 0/6L PLANETOID (23)(A,G)(B) Suzi Best 10 9 4 ........ R Winston 86
(4) 562/ VOICE CONTROL (518)(C,A) Mrs L Mongan 6 9 3 O Murphy 82
(8) 1241 NAVAJO STAR (26)(C3,A)(V) R Brisland 4 9 1 ..David Egan (3) 95
(7) 12-2 CEYHAN (20)(C,A) F Brennan 6 9 1 ..............C Bennett (3) 83
(1) 4422 MARSHALL AID (21)(C,A) M Usher 5 8 8 ...Nicola Currie (5) 90
Star Betting: — 13-8 Oregon Gift, 4 Navajo Star, 11-2 Marshall Aid,
15-2 Ceyhan, 10 Mancini, 12 Others.
STARFORM: NAVAJO STAR DANGER: Marshall Aid
Oregon Gift
Rebel Streak (nb)
Maakaasib
Lancelot Du Lac (nap)
Eljaddaaf
Ode To Autumn
Bint Dandy (treble)
CONSUMER HANDICAP
7.05 SANTANDER
Class 3 6f (10 runners)
£9,704
1 (7) 0L-6 VISIONARY (33)(D,A,S)(P) R Cowell 4 9 7 ...James Doyle 83
2 (5) 00-5 RAUCOUS (19)(CD,D,A,G,S)(P,T) R Cowell 5 9 4... J Crowley 84
3 (9) 5015 DYNAMO WALT (14)(C6,A)(V) D Shaw 7 8 13 . P Mathers 81
4 (10) 131- MAAKAASIB (247)(CD,D2,A)(E) S Crisford 4 8 12 ....O Murphy ★99
5 (6) 042L ZAC BROWN (14)(C2,D3,A,G,S)(T) C Wallis 7 8 11 ... David Egan (3) 83
6 (3) 311L EXCELLENT GEORGE (26)(CD3,D,A,G)(T) S C Williams 6 8 11...Milly Naseb (5) 88
7 (1) 000- WOLOWITZ (291)(A) Ed Walker 5 8 11 ...................L Keniry 87
8 (8) 1-30 RELATED (21)(BF,D4,A,G)(B) P Midgley 8 8 11 ...L Morris 79
9 (4) 1517 TAVENER (1)(C,D3,A,G)(P) D C Griffiths 6 8 9 ......A Atzeni 89
10 (2) -225 DARK SIDE DREAM (21)(BF,C,D2,A)(P) C Dwyer 6 8 9 ..Nicola Currie (5) 88
Star Betting: — 4 Maakaasib, 9-2 Tavener, 13-2 Raucous, 8 Dark Side
Dream, Excellent George, Dynamo Walt, Visionary, 10 Others.
STARFORM: MAAKAASIB DANGER: Dynamo Walt
£19,407
1
2
3
4
5
6
(6) 0500 DANZENO (33)(D3,G,S) M Appleby 7 9 6 ............ O Murphy 95
(5) -0L2 DOUBLE UP (17)(BF,D2,A,G,S)(T,V*) R Varian 7 9 6 ...A Atzeni 95
(4) 3-03 ICE AGE (33)(D4,A,G,S) Eve J-Houghton 5 9 6.....C Bishop 94
(1) -614 LANCELOT DU LAC (33)(C2,D9,A,G,S)(H) D Ivory 8 9 6 ... R Winston 98
(3) L6-4 MAZZINI (19)(BF,CD,D2,A)(P) J Fanshawe 5 9 2.. D Muscutt 95
(2) 300- MUBTASIM (244)(D3,G) W Haggas 4 9 2 .....James Doyle ★99
Star Betting: — 2 Mubtasim, 11-4 Lancelot Du Lac, 3 Ice Age, 8
Double Up, 10 Danzeno, 12 Mazzini.
STARFORM: LANCELOT DU LAC DANGER: Mubtasim
STAR TIP
5.55
6.30
7.05
7.35
8.05
8.35
9.05
Oregon Gift
Fakhoor
Tavener
Ice Age
Lucymai
Luna Eclipse (nap)
Badenscoth (nb)
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
8.05
NOTLEYS GOLF CLUB, HANDICAP
Class 3
7f (9 runners)
£16,172
1 (2) 2110 ELJADDAAF (27)(C,D2,A)(H) D Ivory 7 9 8 ....... R Winston ★99
2 (8) 6-62 LOVE DREAMS (9)(D,G,S)(B*) M Johnston 4 9 7
P J McDonald 93
3 (6) 1535 LUCYMAI (19)(CD3,D,A) D Ivory 5 9 6 ............. J Duern (3) 96
4 (9) 5030 SUZI’S CONNOISSEUR (27)(D2,A,G,S)(H,T)
S C Williams 7 9 5 O Murphy 93
5 (5) 0-42 OWER FLY (8)(D3,A,F,G,S) Mrs R Carr 5 9 2 Hollie Doyle 91
6 (7) 351- VIA SERENDIPITY (174)(D,G)(T) S C Williams 4 9 1
H Bentley 93
7 (4) 0550 LONDON (9)(CD,D,A,S) P McEntee 5 9 0Nicola Currie (5) 84
8 (1) -L32 WELLIESINTHEWATER (27)(CD2,C2,D4,A,G)(V)
D Shaw 8 8 8 P Mathers 94
9 (3) 15-4 ATLAS (20)(A,G)(B) Denis Hogan (IRE) 5 8 8 ..........S Foley 88
Star Betting: — 7-2 Love Dreams, 4 Ower Fly, 11-2 Via Serendipity, 6
Lucymai, 13-2 Welliesinthewater, 8 Eljaddaaf, 10 Others.
STARFORM: LOVE DREAMS DANGER: Ower Fly
OF CHELMSFORD HANDICAP
8.35 MAYOR
Class 4 3YO 1m (5 runners)
£7,310
1
2
3
4
5
(1) 2-11 ODE TO AUTUMN (69)(D2,A)(B) J Gosden 9 12..W Buick ★99
(5) -311 LUNA ECLIPSE (28)(CD,D,A) A Balding 9 7....... O Murphy 95
(3) 3-11 IMAGE (7)(C,D,A) P McBride 9 6(6ex) ........ Rossa Ryan (5) 90
(2) 431- CAVATINA (195)(A) W Haggas 9 4 ................James Doyle 87
(4) 502- COMRADE IN ARMS (177) Sir M Stoute 8 11 ........A Atzeni 81
Star Betting: — 2 Luna Eclipse, 5-2 Ode To Autumn, 7-2 Cavatina, 5
Comrade In Arms, 8 Image.
STARFORM: ODE TO AUTUMN DANGER: Luna Eclipse
OF CHELMSFORD HANDICAP
9.05 MAYOR
Class 4 1m (7 runners)
£7,310
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(1) 0-30 SECRET ART (9)(D6,A,G,S) W Knight 8 9 7 ...... J Crowley 80
(2) 0315 PEARL SPECTRE (12)(C3,D3,A)(V) P McEntee 7 9 6... Nicola Currie (5) 84
(4) 1214 LACAN (13)(CD2,D4,A,G) B Johnson 7 9 6....Rossa Ryan (5) ★99
(6) 0124 GLORY AWAITS (9)(CD,D,A,G,S)(B) D M Simcock 8 9 5 ..W Cox (5) 89
(3) -L04 BINT DANDY (20)(CD2,D2,A,G)(B) C Dwyer 7 9 5 ..S De Sousa 86
(7) 20-0 BADENSCOTH (34)(CD,D,A)(H) D Ivory 4 9 1 J Duern (3) 87
(5) 1132 SAMPHIRE COAST (42)(CD4,D,A)(H,V) D Shaw 5 8 11 ...P Mathers 89
Star Betting: — 11-4 Glory Awaits, 3 Lacan, 7-2 Samphire Coast,
13-2 Bint Dandy, 8 Pearl Spectre, 10 Secret Art, 12 Badenscoth.
STARFORM: LACAN DANGER: Samphire Coast
KEMPTON
PATRICK WEAVER
Dinsdale
Wallace Spirit
Minella Tweet
Who’s My Jockey
Remind Me Later
Take To Heart
Port Melon
HUNT’ NOVICES’ HURDLE
6.20 ‘NATIONAL
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 5f (10 run) £4,094
STAR TIP
4.45
5.15
5.45
6.20
6.50
7.25
7.55
New Millennium
Ray’s The Money
Vocaliser
Who’s My Jockey
Loose Chips
Braavos
Tom Barton
GOING: GOOD-GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
4.45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HCAP HURDLE
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (14 run)
STAR TIP
1.30
2.00
2.35
3.10
3.45
4.20
4.55
5.25
ALL THE
Aces
Jacob’s Pillow
Piccothepack
Placebo Effect
How Bizarre
Framley Garth
Bob Maxwell
Aclimatise
Wind Storm
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT
HANDICAP
1.30 ACEODDS.COM
Class 5 5f (17 runners)
GOING: STANDARD
& SONS SOLICITORS MAIDEN STKS
6.30 GEPP
Class 4 6f (13 runners)
£8,086
1 (4) 22- FAKHOOR (160) Owen Burrows 3 9 3 .................. J Crowley 93
2 (8)
4 HE’S ONE OF R OWN (15) J Tuite 3 9 3 ..............R Hornby 95
3 (7)
4 HOW FAR (21) S Crisford 3 9 3 .............................. O Murphy 90
4 (5)
2 MIRACLE WORKS (13) Ed Walker 3 9 3 .................L Keniry 96
5 (2)
60 PABLOW (20) A Bailey 3 9 3 ......................................J Quinn 78
6 (11) 230- REBEL STREAK (215) A Balding 3 9 3 ................ D Probert ★99
7 (13) 20- ROMAN RIVER (292) Martin Smith 3 9 3....................J Fahy 87
8 (10)
3- SIR COMMANDER (148)(BF) W Haggas 3 9 3 .. James Doyle 88
9 (1)
5- TADBIR (349)(H*) B Meehan 3 9 3 .........................D O’Neill 91
10(12) 44-2 WALK ON WALTER (30)(B*,H) D M Simcock 3 9 3 ....Fran Berry 92
11 (3)
FOXY LOCKS J Butler 3 8 12 ...............................S Donohoe 66
12 (9)
3- LALANIA (259) S C Williams 3 8 12 .....................D Muscutt 84
13 (6)
PARTY DANCER S Kirk 3 8 12 .................................L Morris 74
Star Betting: — 11-4 Rebel Streak, 7-2 Sir Commander, 5 Fakhoor, 7
Miracle Works, 10 Walk On Walter, 12 Tadbir, 14 others.
STARFORM: SIR COMMANDER DANGER: Miracle Works
CONDITIONS STAKES
7.35 BETSI
Class 2 6f (6 runners)
Crosse Fire
Jensue
Exhort
Se You
Liquid Gold
Al Hawraa
Dark Devil
Trevithick
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
FAMILY FUN DAY HERE 28TH MAY HCAP
Class 5
PATRICK WEAVER
60,044
1 13L3 CALINO D’AIRY (14)(S) H de Bromhead 6 11 10
S W Flanagan 116
2 5-11 CASTLEGRACE PADDY (33)(D,S) P A Fahy 7 11 10
A E Lynch 123
3 1111 FOOTPAD (44)(D,S) W P Mullins 6 11 10...................... D Jacob ★142
4 4111 OPTIMUS PRIME (93)(D2,S)(T) D Skelton (UK) 6 11 10
N Fehily 38
5 1232 PETIT MOUCHOIR (12)(BF,CD,G,S) H de Bromhead 7 11 10
D N Russell 138
6 -210 SATURNAS (25)(S)(T*) W P Mullins 7 11 10 ..........P Townend 120
7 2122 ASTHURIA (9)(BF,D,G,S)(H) W P Mullins 7 11 3 ...D J Mullins 107
Star Betting: — 2-5 Footpad, 6 Petit Mouchoir, 8 Castlegrace Paddy,
16 Asthuria, 20 Optimus Prime, Saturnas, 33 Calino D’Airy.
2017: Great Field 6 11 10, J S McGarvey 9-10 Fav (W P Mullins), 8
ran.
£4,094
SHINING ROMEO (41)(D2,G,S) D P Quinn 6 11 12 . R Patrick 89
ALBERTA (25)(CD,S)(V) Suzi Best 9 11 11 ......... T Cheesman 94
REGULATION (214)(D2,G)(B*) N King 9 11 10. Bryony Frost 94
ALL IS GOOD (35)(D,S) R Dickin 6 11 9 .................J Nixon (6) 93
HAAFAPIECE (F96)(S) Mrs P Sly 5 11 8 ..........................C Ring 94
DINSDALE (19)(D,S)(P,T) M Scudamore 5 11 8 .R Hawker (3) 90
AWAY FOR SLATES (28)(BF,S)(B) D Skelton 8 11 8
Bridget Andrews (3) 98
8 0355 POLLY’S PURSUIT (19)(BF,A,G)(H) N Henderson 6 11 7
N Curtis (3) ★99
9 L333 NEW MILLENNIUM (133) P Hobbs 5 11 5 Sean Houlihan (3) 96
10 45P0 VIVE LE ROI (31)(G,S) A Carroll 7 11 4 ........T Humphries (5) 98
11 1F3F LE CAPRICIEUX (40)(D,S) G L Moore 7 11 3 ............... H Reed 90
12 -435 CELESTIAL PATH (F58)(P*) D Pipe 6 11 2 .............L Murtagh 90
13 0-4U MONDAY CLUB (F96)(H) D F Davis 5 11 2 ......Alan Doyle (7) 85
14 0001 CASSIVELLAUNUS (73)(D,S) D Steele 6 10 7 ......... P Cowley 95
Star Betting: — 11-2 Dinsdale, 13-2 Le Capricieux, 7 Polly’s Pursuit,
New Millennium, 8 All Is Good, 10 Shining Romeo, Alberta, 12 others.
STARFORM: ALBERTA DANGER: Regulation
5016
-143
5464
0514
-444
P042
03P3
GREEN ROOFS NOVICES’ HURDLE
5.15 ECO
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (8 runners) £4,094
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
221P JOYCETICK (F54)(T) N Littmoden 4 11 0.................. H Cobden 64
L6 KLOUD GATE (17) G L Moore 6 10 12...............Joshua Moore 95
00 REBEL ROYAL (64) D Skelton 5 10 12 .. Bridget Andrews (3) 91
P-PL SPICE BOAT (11)(T*) P Butler 6 10 12.................. M Goldstein 56
0P0F WALLACE SPIRIT (34) N Henderson 5 10 12 .......... J McGrath 94
4L DELANNOY (F59)(P*) N Mulholland 4 10 7 ..............B J Powell 95
65# RAY’S THE MONEY (F20)(P*) C Mann 4 10 7 ..........D Crosse ★99
UF5P MAZALTO (17) P Phelan 5 10 5 ...................Sean Houlihan (5) 98
Star Betting: — 2 Wallace Spirit, 7-2 Ray’s The Money, 4 Joycetick,
11-2 Delannoy, 10 Rebel Royal, Kloud Gate, 14 Others.
STARFORM: REBEL ROYAL DANGER: Delannoy
(NOVICES’ LIMITED HANDICAP)
5.45 CHASE
Cl 4 (16 fences) 2m 4f 110yds (6 run) £5,198
1 131L VOCALISER (32)(C,G,S)(P) R Dickin 6 11 9................. C Poste 96
2 L31P COMPADRE (121)(BF,D,S)(H,T) Jonjo O’Neill 7 11 8
R McLernon 96
3 P-46 CAJUN FIDDLE (132)(G) A King 7 11 4 ....................T Bellamy ★99
4 16P5 BESTWORK (17)(D2,G,S) C Longsdon 7 11 2 .. Paul O’Brien (5) 95
5 6L65 TIKKEN AWAY (76) R Walford 7 10 9 ....................... H Cobden 96
6 0335 MINELLA TWEET (17)(D2,G)(H,T) P Henderson 10 10 8
T J O’Brien 95
Star Betting: — 11-4 Vocaliser, 7-2 Cajun Fiddle, 4 Compadre, 5
Bestwork, 6 Tikken Away, 7 Minella Tweet.
2017: Breath Of Blighty 6 11 6, T J O’Brien 7-1 (P Webber), 7 ran.
STARFORM: COMPADRE DANGER: Vocaliser
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1243 DELL ORO (8)(G) G L Moore 5 11 7 ...................Joshua Moore ★99
3123 KINGS RYDE (133)(G) N Henderson 6 11 7............DOUBTFUL 94
3123 WHO’S MY JOCKEY (126)(BF,G) P Hobbs 5 11 7... T J O’Brien 92
-5LP DASSETT GOLD (116)(P*) P Webber 5 11 0 ...........T Bellamy 59
51 MARCH IS ON (151) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 0 .................B J Powell 70
F32- MISTER SERIOUS (391) R Walford 9 11 0 ............... H Cobden 88
U43L OVER THE ARCH (32) R Rowe 6 11 0 ............. A Glassonbury 74
1-0P PONTRESINA (130) O Sherwood 5 11 0 ...............C Shoemark 76
30P YOU’RE SO RIGHT (113) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 0 ..... R McLernon 81
-600 MISS MALARKY (17) Mrs L Jewell 5 10 7 .............T Garner (3) 79
Star Betting: — 6-4 Who’s My Jockey, 9-4 Dell Oro, 5 March Is On, 16
Mister Serious, 50 others.
2017: Le Dauphin 6 11 0, D Bass 3-1 (N Henderson), 8 ran.
STARFORM: DELL ORO DANGER: Who’s My Jockey
CHASE
6.50 HANDICAP
Class 3 (18 fences) 3m (6 runners) £8,447
1 P-PL STELLAR NOTION (200)(C,G,S)(T) T R George 10 11 12
Mr N George (7) 87
2 03PP SOUTHFIELD THEATRE (82)(G,S)(B) P Nicholls 10 11 9
H Cobden 94
3 53L5 LOOSE CHIPS (32)(CD,C,D4,G,S)(B) C Longsdon 12 11 7
Paul O’Brien (5) 87
4 24PF MONT ROYALE (141)(G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 10 11 0 ..R McLernon 86
5 5132 REMIND ME LATER (15)(G) G L Moore 9 10 9 ... Joshua Moore 88
6 F4PL BUGSIE MALONE (76)(CD,G)(P) C Gordon 8 10 0 ... H Reed (5) ★99
LONG HANDICAP: Bugsie Malone 9-10.
Star Betting: — 2 Remind Me Later, 4 Southfield Theatre, 5 Stellar
Notion, 11-2 Loose Chips, 6 Bugsie Malone, 7 Mont Royale.
2017: Gallery Exhibition 10 11 4, D Bass 8-1 (K Bailey), 7 ran.
STARFORM: REMIND ME LATER DANGER: Stellar Notion
PRODUCTS HCAP HURDLE
7.25 POLYROOF
Class 3 (10 flights) 2m 5f (7 run)
£6,498
1
2
3
4
BRAAVOS (186)(G,S) P Hobbs 7 11 12 ...................T J O’Brien 93
TAKE TO HEART (61)(G)(P*) N Henderson 6 11 8..J McGrath 97
COILLTE LASS (26)(D,G,S)(P) P Nicholls 7 11 7 ... Mr L Williams (7) ★99
BLACK MISCHIEF (65)(BF,G)(P,T) H Fry 6 11 4
Miss A B O’Connor (7) 85
5 L1L5 STAR FOOT (31)(G,S)(T) Miss J Davis 7 11 2 ...Miss Page Fuller (5) 84
6 4-0F ROYAL IRISH HUSSAR (64)(G,S) N Henderson 8 10 12 ....D Bass 96
7 L055 BACKINTHESADDLE (125)(S)(T) D Steele 10 10 0 ... C Shoemark 80
LONG HANDICAP: Backinthesaddle 9-0.
Star Betting: — 2 Black Mischief, 7-2 Royal Irish Hussar, 9-2 Braavos,
6 Coillte Lass, 7 Star Foot, Take To Heart, 50 Backinthesaddle.
2017: Stowaway Magic 6 11 9, J McGrath 13-8 Fav (N Henderson), 5 ran.
STARFORM: COILLTE LASS DANGER: Black Mischief
31PL
11L0
4620
5533
HUNTERS’ CHASE
7.55 UKCl 5OPEN
(16 fences) 2m 4f 110yds (8 run) £3,120
1 1C35 BOHER CALL (18)(BF,D,S)(T) R Bandey 11 12 4
Mr George Bingham (7) 96
2 2PPU SUCH A LEGEND (35)(G,S) Tracey Bailey 10 12 4 Mr Z Baker 90
3 3-23 STARKIE (26)(BF,S)(T*) Anthony Ward-Thomas 11 12 0
Mr C Marshall (7) 98
4 -54P TREAT YOURSELF (60)(G,S) Miss M Bentham 11 12 0
Mr R Collinson (7) 81
5 24P5 DRIFTWOOD PRIDE (18)(G)(B) Miss J Western 10 11 10
Mr M McIntyre (3) 97
6 L444 NO LIKEY (67)(G,S)(P,T) Mrs J Mansell 11 11 10.....Mr D Mansell 96
7 5L6- PORT MELON (372)(C,G) P Nicholls 10 11 10 .. Mr D Maxwell (3) 94
8 0341 TOM BARTON (18)(P*) Mrs S Alner 8 11 10 ... Mr L Williams (3) ★99
Star Betting: — 10-11 Port Melon, 5 Such A Legend, 11-2 Tom
Barton, 12 Boher Call, No Likey, Starkie, 20 Others.
2017: Duke Of Lucca 12 11 10, Miss Francesca Nimmo(7) 9-2
(Francesca Nimmo), 4 ran.
STARFORM: SUCH A LEGEND DANGER: Port Melon
£4,033
1 (11) -613 JACOB’S PILLOW (7)(CD,D2,A,G,S)(P) R Bastiman 7 10 2
........................................................................ Daniel Tudhope 95
2 (1) 0-02 BOGART (42)(D,G,S)(P) K Ryan 9 10 2 .................. T Eaves 91
3 (7) 00-6 RAPID APPLAUSE (14) M W Easterby 6 10 1 .. Nathan Evans 84
4 (12) 2-60 DESERT ACE (14)(D6,F,G,S)(P) P Midgley 7 10 0 ..P Mulrennan 90
5 (10) 36-L TANASOQ (27)(G) P Midgley 5 9 13 ........................ P Makin 85
6 (2) 6-54 ACCLAIM THE NATION (3)(CD,D,G,S)(P*) E Alston 5 9 13 ...J Hart 98
7 (15) 50-0 GAMESOME (24)(S)(V*) P Midgley 7 9 12..........D Costello 83
8 (14) 420- GRANDAD’S WORLD (210)(D,G,S) R Fahey 6 9 12 ..P Hanagan 89
9 (17) 0L6- STRAIGHTOTHEPOINT (169)(G)(P) B Smart 6 9 11 ..G Lee 91
10 (3) 3-23 RAFFLE KING (14)(BF) Mrs R Carr 4 9 7 ........J P Sullivan 98
11 (9) L00- SHESTHEDREAM (174)(G) T Coyle 5 9 7 ..........B McHugh 85
12 (8) 044- GHAYADH (183)(CD,G)(P*) H Palmer 3 9 5 .... DOUBTFUL 96
13(13) 152- BAHUTA ACHA (177)(D,S) David Loughnane 3 9 4 .S De Sousa 90
14 (5) 2544 CROSSE FIRE (3)(BF,CD,D7,A,G,S) S Dixon 6 9 4 . K O’Neill 90
15 (6) 040- CAMEO STAR (204)(CD,G) R Fahey 3 9 3....... T Hamilton 90
16(16) 006- EXTRASOLAR (226)(D4,F,G) G Harker 8 9 1 ..........D Allan 96
17 (4) 365- PEARL NOIR (220)(CD2,D6,A,G)(B) S Dixon 8 8 11 ... J Gormley (5) ★99
Star Betting: — 9-2 Bogart, 6 Raffle King, Jacob’s Pillow, 7 Bahuta
Acha, 10 Acclaim The Nation, Grandad’s World, 11 others.
2017: Lydia’s Place 4 10 0, C Lee(5) 13-2 (R C Guest), drawn (7), 12 ran.
STARFORM: GRANDAD’S WORLD DGR: Jacob’s Pillow
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES
2.00 FILLIES’
Class 5 2YO 5f (13 runners)
£4,033
1 (1)
AEROSPHERE B Smart 9 0 ............................................G Lee 82
2 (10)
ARE YOU LOCKING UP T Coyle 9 0 ................ DOUBTFUL 75
3 (13)
BISCUIT QUEEN B Ellison 9 0 ................ Ben Robinson (5) 80
4 (5)
FIGHTING SPIRIT D O’Meara 9 0 ............. Daniel Tudhope ★99
5 (4)
IMMOKALEE R Fahey 9 0.....................................P Hanagan 90
6 (2)
JENSUE T Dascombe 9 0 ...................................R Kingscote 97
7 (9)
KALISSI B Ellison 9 0....................................................D Allan 83
8 (11)
LEXIKON O Pears 9 0 ...............................................A Mullen 78
9 (6)
MADDFOURMAGGY Steph Hollinshead 9 0... Toby Eley (7) 73
10(12)
2 PICCOTHEPACK (14) R Fahey 9 0 ...................S De Sousa 97
11 (8)
SHUMOOKHI Archie Watson 9 0 ..........................E Greatrex 94
12 (7)
SIGNORA CABELLO J J Quinn 9 0 ..............................J Hart 90
13 (3)
SINGE DU NORD N Tinkler 9 0 .....................L Edmunds (3) 77
Star Betting: — 11-4 Piccothepack, 5 Jensue, Shumookhi, 8 Fighting
Spirit, Immokalee, 10 Signora Cabello, Biscuit Queen, 12 others.
2017: Emilia James 9 0, J Fanning 4-9 Fav (M Johnston), drawn (5), 10 ran.
STARFORM: JENSUE DANGER: Piccothepack
HANDICAP
2.35 MEMORIAL
Class 3 3YO 7f (6 runners)
£7,470
1
2
3
4
5
6
(4) 100- ALFA MCGUIRE (180)(CD2,G) B Smart 9 7 ...............G Lee 91
(3) 116- EXHORT (208)(D,G,S) R Fahey 9 1....................P Hanagan ★99
(1) 206- FAITHFUL PROMISE (233)(BF,G,S) M Johnston 8 12..J Fanning 95
(2) 310- SHAZZAB (194)(S) R Fahey 8 12 ...................... T Hamilton 89
(6) 10-3 MONT KINABALU (20)(D,G) K Ryan 8 12 ............. T Eaves 98
(5) 133- PLACEBO EFFECT (219)(BF,D2,G,S) O Pears 8 4A Mullen 97
Star Betting: — 5-2 Exhort, 11-4 Alfa McGuire, 4 Placebo Effect, 6
Shazzab, 7 Faithful Promise, 8 Mont Kinabalu.
STARFORM: EXHORT DANGER: Placebo Effect
BEVERLEY ON 7 MAY HCAP
3.10 BYGONE
Class 5 3YO 7f (13 runners)
£4,033
1 (4) 4-21 HOW BIZARRE (22)(A) K Ryan 9 9 ............................S Gray 93
2 (1) 624- SCENIC RIVER (166) T Easterby 9 8 ................D Fentiman 92
3 (2) 334- HANDSOME BOB (153)(BF)(P) K Dalgleish 9 7 .Josh Quinn (7) 81
4 (8) 2L6- SE YOU (188) T Easterby 9 7 ......................................D Allan 85
5 (13) LL13 VENTURA GOLD (16)(D,A) R Fahey 9 6..........S De Sousa 94
6 (9) 41-L ARABIAN JAZZ (26)(D,G)(H*) M Bell 9 6 ....... C Noble (5) 97
7 (5) 136 SWISS BELLE (19)(A) R Fahey 9 5 ....................P Hanagan 82
8 (11) 263- SONG OF SUMMER (190)(G) I Jardine 9 5 J Gormley (5) 89
9 (3) -635 MEARING (47)(P) I Jardine 9 4 ................................. P Makin 83
10(10) 20-5 ONEFOOTINPARADISE (19)(BF) P McBride 9 4 . Daniel Tudhope 82
11 (7) 6-30 PUCHITA (7) A Brittain 9 3........................................C Hardie 81
12(12) 0-L3 SULAFAAT (25)(D,A) C Teague 9 2 ........... Phil Dennis (3) 78
13 (6) 440- POPPY WALTON (198) O Pears 9 0 ......................A Mullen ★99
Star Betting: — 9-2 Swiss Belle, 5 How Bizarre, 13-2 Ventura Gold, 8
Handsome Bob, Scenic River, Arabian Jazz, 10 others.
STARFORM: SCENIC RIVER DANGER: Ventura Gold
LAD HANDICAP (DIV 1)
3.45 RAPID
Class 5 1m 2f (12 runners)
£4,033
1 (6)
2 (10)
3 (8)
4 (4)
5 (1)
6 (12)
7 (9)
8 (11)
9 (5)
10 (2)
11 (3)
12 (7)
140- LIQUID GOLD (185)(CD,G) R Fahey 4 9 10 ......P Hanagan ★99
L40- DETACHMENT (199) J L Eyre 5 9 7 .....................J Fanning 89
0-41 FRAMLEY GARTH (33)(D2,S) L Mullaney 6 9 6 ..Paula Muir (7) 93
0-30 SWANSWAY (33)(A,G) M W Easterby 5 9 5...... H Shaw (5) 89
0-05 RITA’S MAN (33)(D2,G,S) K Dalgleish 4 9 4 ....S De Sousa 94
512- QUOTELINE DIRECT (129)(D,G,S)(H) M Hammond 5 9 3....F Norton 98
-060 METRONOMIC (30)(CD,D2,A,G,S) P Niven 4 9 0 .. A Mullen 94
540- BOLLIN TED (188)(CD3,G,S) T Easterby 4 8 12 .....D Allan 94
243- PADDY’S ROCK (209)(CD,G,S) Miss L Siddall 7 8 12 ....Nathan Evans 95
46-0 CLARABEL (30) N Tinkler 5 8 9 ...... Faye McManoman (7) 86
53L5 JOHN CAESAR (17)(CD,C,A,S)(P,T) R Bastiman 7 8 7...Phil Dennis (3) 90
5L-L MOCCASIN (17)(D,A,G,S)(V) G Harker 9 8 7 ..D Fentiman 82
LONG HANDICAP: John Caesar 8-4, Moccasin 7-12.
Star Betting: — 4 Framley Garth, 5 Liquid Gold, 6 Paddy’s Rock, 8
Rita’s Man, Bollin Ted, Detachment, Quoteline Direct, 12 others.
STARFORM: FRAMLEY GARTH DANGER: Liquid Gold
LAD HANDICAP (DIV 2)
4.20 RAPID
Class 5 1m 2f (11 runners)
£4,033
1 (11)
2 (1)
3 (10)
4 (8)
5 (9)
6 (7)
7 (5)
8 (4)
9 (6)
10 (3)
11 (2)
-003 BOB MAXWELL (33) T D Barron 4 9 7 .. Ben Robinson (5) 93
1-L6 KILBAHA LADY (29)(A,G,S)(T) N Tinkler 4 9 4 ...L Edmunds (3) 89
65-0 NATAJACK (49)(S) Rebecca Bastiman 4 9 3 .......... P Makin 89
146- BEVERLEY BULLET (199)(D,S)(P) L Mullaney 5 9 3 . J Fanning 97
LL45 VIGEE LE BRUN (29)(P) D O’Meara 4 9 1...Daniel Tudhope 93
2310 DOSE (12)(D,A) R Fahey 5 8 13...........................P Hanagan 96
013- AL HAWRAA (192)(S) K Ryan 5 8 11 ........................K Stott ★99
60-0 INFLEXIBALL (112)(D2,S) J Mackie 6 8 10 ..........F Norton 90
032- ALMUNTHER (J139)(T) M Hammond 5 8 8 .....S De Sousa 96
430/ BLUE VISION (756) Sally Haynes 5 8 7 ............. Ben Curtis 85
-060 DREAM FREE (5)(P) M Walford 5 8 7 ..........................J Hart 88
LONG HANDICAP: Blue Vision 8-6, Dream Free 7-12.
Star Betting: — 4 Bob Maxwell, 9-2 Almunther, 11-2 Dose, 6 Vigee Le
Brun, Al Hawraa, 8 Beverley Bullet, 12 others.
STARFORM: BOB MAXWELL DANGER: Dose
4.55 HANDICAP
Class 4 1m 100yds
(7 runners) £5,419
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(6) L2-0 DARK DEVIL (33)(D2,G,S) R Fahey 5 9 7.........P Hanagan 89
(4) 021- ACLIMATISE (282)(D,G) M Johnston 4 9 4 .........J Fanning ★99
(2) 3L-4 JACBEQUICK (115)(CD,C4,G,S) D O’Meara 7 9 1 ..Zak Wheatley (7) 85
(1) /0L- TRADING POINT (181)(BF,D,G) D O’Meara 4 9 0 .. Daniel Tudhope 92
(7) 500- PALMERSTON (182)(CD,D2,G) Mrs M Fife 5 8 13 ..D Costello 88
(5) -065 ZESHOV (19)(C,D2,G)(P) Rebecca Bastiman 7 8 10 .. Phil Dennis (3) 86
(3) L-30 ASCOT WEEK (77) J J Quinn 4 8 8..............................J Hart 81
Star Betting: — 2 Aclimatise, 9-4 Dark Devil, 5 Trading Point, 8
Zeshov, 10 Ascot Week, 12 Jacbequick, 14 Palmerston.
STARFORM: ACLIMATISE DANGER: Dark Devil
NOVICE AUCTION STKS
5.25 WHISTLEJACKETS
Class 5 3YO 1m 100yds (9 run) £4,140
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(9) 012- TREVITHICK (131)(D,A) B Smart 9 9 ..........................G Lee ★99
(6) L-L BAYELSA BOY (5) T Easterby 9 2 .............................D Allan 74
(8)
NAUTICAL MILE S Crisford 9 2 .............................J Mitchell 97
(1) -334 SHAKOUR (89) J Ward 9 2 .................................. Ben Curtis 93
(2)
THE PINTO KID J Fanshawe 9 2 ........................ G Wood (3) 96
(7) 00- WHATWOULDYOUKNOW (162) R C Guest 9 2.... P Makin 79
(5) 00- HOT OFF THE PRESS (169) M Bell 8 11 ... Hayley Turner 85
(4) -222 I WAS ONLY JOKING (19)(P) R Fahey 8 11...S De Sousa 97
(3)
2 WIND STORM (33) R Beckett 8 11 ............ Daniel Tudhope 98
Star Betting: — 5-2 Wind Storm, 11-4 I Was Only Joking, 5 Trevithick,
11-2 The Pinto Kid, 13-2 Nautical Mile, 7 Shakour, 33 Others.
STARFORM: WIND STORM DANGER: I Was Only Joking
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
Rhinos
all stars
LEEDS RHINOS have gone all
Hollywood with the release of a
film about their historic 2015
treble season.
‘As Good As It Gets’
celebrates that year’s heroics by
the current champions.
It is released internationally
next week, starting with a
premiere in Leeds attended by
several Rhinos stars.
The film-makers say it is not
just a rugby league movie. Peter
Driver, producer at film studio
The City Talking, said: “What
happened that year is a really
good story.
“It will appeal to not only
Leeds and rugby league fans
but will cross over to all sports
fans and film fans.”
It’s a bold claim but with
rugby league crying out for a
bigger audience, hopefully it’s
INSIDE
RUGBY
LEAGUE
with JULIE STOTT
one that will succeed. The
treble was a stunning achievement and the back story made
it more special.
Legends Kevin Sinfield, Jamie
Peacock and Kylie Leuluai all
ended their Leeds careers after
that season.
It included the 50-0 thrashing
of Hull KR in the Challenge Cup
Final and a heart-stopping
Grand Final win over Wigan.
Director Lee Hicken said: “One
of our early objectives was to
take this story to new,
international audiences.”
The film will be available, after
its limited cinema release,
through Prime Video Direct on
Amazon Prime Video.
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Murray
delays
return
■ by IAIN STEWART
ANDY MURRAY has
delayed his comeback from
the hip injury which has
sidelined him since July.
The double Wimbledon
champion was lined up to
play in a new £72,000 ATP
Challenger event in
Glasgow, which begins on
Saturday.
But the former world and
British No.1 will instead
continue his recovery from
surgery away from the
match court.
The next tournament on
Murray’s schedule is the
Libema Open, in Holland,
next month.
It takes place just before
Queen’s, which leads up to
Wimbledon.
Murray is still listed for
the French Open but will
not play in Paris, nor any
other clay-court tournament, until he has fully
recovered.
England’s Dan Evans, the
former British No.2, is
making his return in
Glasgow after a one-year
ban for cocaine use.
TENNIS is being hit by
a “tsunami” of
betting-related corruption
at lower levels due to
online gambling, according
to a report into corruption
in the game.
An independent enquiry
was set up in February
2016 after allegations that
leading players were
involved in suspected
match-fixing and evidence
had been hidden.
The two-year £20m
report, published yesterday, said there was no
evidence of the game’s
stars being involved nor of
a cover-up.
But it said tennis faces
problems at lower levels
where players struggle to
break even, with 464 out of
more than 3,200 players
surveyed saying they were
aware of match-fixing.
Watto targets leaders
■ by TREVOR BAXTER
MARK FLANAGAN has hailed “rugby nerd” Ian
Watson for masterminding Salford’s attempts
to mix it with the Super League big boys.
And they don’t come any bigger than tonight’s opponents,
leaders St Helens.
Salford kick off in seventh place and a fifth home win in seven
games will take them just a point behind champions Leeds.
Red Devils loose forward and former Saint Flanagan says credit
is due to the diligent work of head coach Watson.
He said: “I call Watto a rugby nerd because he watches a lot of
games. His people’s skills are really good. He has a good crack with
the lads and we have a good laugh.
“But he knows where to draw the line.
He has delivered a few b*********s over
the years. He has the Sir Alex Ferguson
hairdryer treatment off pat.”
Saints won 34-2 when the sides met on
March 4 but Flanagan expects a closer
result this time, saying: “Even though
Saints are going well, when we played
them last time, when we were hitting our
straps, we were right in the game.
“We have confidence from that encounter
and with the roll we are on, we believe we
can do something.”
● Holders Hull FC will start their Ladbrokes Challenge Cup defence against Championship club Featherstone Rovers
following the sixth-round draw.
The tie of the round is a repeat of last
season’s last-16 meeting that saw Castleford crush St Helens 53-10. Draw: Hull KR
v Wigan, Toronto v Warrington, Leigh v
Salford, Catalans v Whitehaven, Widnes v
Leeds, Huddersfield v Wakefield.
● Leeds forward Stevie Ward is “devastated”
after his 2017 Grand Final winners’ ring
was stolen from his home. He said: “It is so
distinctive you would think it is worthless
to most people but is priceless to me.”
● Castleford have stood down Papua New
Guinea winger Garry Lo for tomorrow’s
derby with Wakefield while he assists
police over an unspecified incident.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
SNOOKER
Mark’s
fluke a
Ron-off
North off to
Ospreys
■ by HECTOR NUNNS
■
OLD FOES:
O’Sullivan (left)
left Carter in the
shade in the 2012
World Final
ALI EYES A
HIGH FIVE
ALI CARTER is hell-bent
on taking revenge on
Ronnie O’Sullivan for
crushing his world title
dreams.
The Rocket has beaten his Essex
rival on all four occasions they
have clashed at Sheffield’s Crucible
Theatre – including two finals.
The pair have again been drawn
together for tomorrow’s last-16
clash, as title favourite O’Sullivan
bids for a sixth world crown.
But 38-year-old Carter, who has
battled both cancer and Crohn’s
disease, will give his all to end
the losing streak.
The world No.15 said: “Beating
me in two finals, Ronnie is the man
who has stopped me doing what I
most want in my career – winning
the world title. In the four times I
Carter on a mission
■ by HECTOR NUNNS
have played him at the Crucible, he
has played really well every time.
“But he doesn’t play badly against
anyone at the Crucible, that is why
he has won it five times.
“Frankly it’s nice to have another
crack at him and I’d love to play
him every year in Sheffield.
“We have all heard the hints at
retirement over the years, but he
will be playing for a long while yet.
“The threats to quit have been a
bit smoke and mirrors for the last 25
years, so what is likely to change?
“A lot of people out there buy it,
us players never have. But there
was no way he wasn’t going to play
at the Crucible. I can’t compare
myself to Ronnie, who can? But I
am a competitive person too. I
wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t.”
Neil Robertson became the fifth
former world champion to crash
out in the first round yesterday, losing 10-5 to qualifier Rob Milkins.
The Aussie said: “I think I
would almost rather be a qualifier, having won three matches,
than a seed these days.”
Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
was gutted as he missed the final
red of an attempted maximum 147
break in the 12th frame of his 10-7
first-round defeat by John Higgins.
Wilder dosh for Josh
BIG DEAL: Wilder
**
ANTHONY JOSHUA was
last night offered a $50m
jackpot to face Deontay
Wilder next.
The American heavyweight’s team sent the deal
via email to Joshua’s
promoter Eddie Hearn.
WBC champion Wilder
wants Joshua as his next
opponent and that is a
stipulation of the offer.
The fee is a guaranteed
sum of $50m (£36m) based
on the fight generating
$100m (£72m). Even if it
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
fails to reach that target
Joshua will still receive the
same amount.
The offer is for one fight
only, there is no rematch
clause included.
Wilder’s team would also
be in control of where the
fight takes place and it
must happen between
September and December.
They are willing to stage
the fight in the US or in the
UK but will wait to see
what response they get
from Joshua’s team first.
Matchroom chief Hearn
was set to meet Wilder’s
advisors in New York today
but talks have been pushed
back until tomorrow.
Hearn could reject the
offer as he feels Joshua is
the draw and should be in
control of the negotiations.
But Wilder’s team point
to a recent interview in
which the British star said
he would give the fight the
green light if offered $50m.
MARK WILLIAMS insists
he is still more Ronnie
O’Sullivan than
Ronaldinho after his
‘no-look’ wonder-fluke.
The double world
champion admitted he
will struggle to repeat
a pot on the green,
escaping from a
snooker, while looking
away from the cue ball.
That helped the
43-year-old Welshman to
a 6-1 overnight lead
before closing out a 10-5
victory over Jimmy
Robertson yesterday.
He said: “It was the
biggest fluke you will
ever see. I wasn’t even
looking. When I saw it go
in I couldn’t believe it.
“The difference with
Ronaldinho and his
no-look passes in
football is that he
actually tried to do it!
I’d love to be able to say
I tried to pot it, but you
don’t practise flukes.
“I looked over to
apologise but couldn’t
catch Jimmy’s eye. He
was fuming.”
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GEORGE NORTH will
play for Ospreys next
season after leaving
Premiership side
Northampton.
The Wales wing
said: “I am really
excited to be starting
a new chapter in my
career when I return
to Wales.
“I believe the
Ospreys have an
exciting future.”
Low point GB boost
for Caster world bid
■ ATHLETICS
■ ICE HOCKEY
DOUBLE Olympic
800m women’s
champion Caster
Semenya of South
Africa will have to take
medication to lower
her testosterone levels
or move up to longer
distances as a result of
new rules announced
today by the Court of
Arbitration for Sport.
GREAT BRITAIN beat
Poland 5-3 yesterday to
boost their chances of
promotion to the world
group next season.
The Division 1 Group
A win in Budapest
moved them up to
third, with the top two
promoted. GB play
Italy tomorrow and
Hungary on Saturday.
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SERIOUSLY
Tour not foo
tba ll
Rad-ical
■ by GEORGE SCOTT
LEEDS owner Andrea
Radrizzani claims the
club’s controversial
post-season tour to
war-torn Myanmar was
“carefully considered”.
The Championship
club have come under
fire for heading to
Myanmar, also known
as Burma, to play two
matches next month.
Families have fled a
military crackdown in the
country and shadow sports
minister Dr Rosena
Allin-Khan branded the
trip “morally corrupt”.
But Radrizzani, who has
business interests in the
region, defended the tour.
He said: “This was a
carefully considered
decision and we knew it
would be controversial.
“The club is not receiving
any fee. I believe the tour
will have a positive impact
on the local community.
“If we further highlight
the ongoing serious issues
in certain areas of the
country, maybe that is
a positive thing.”
SOCCER
LINES
43 goals,
f***ing hell
DEJAN LOVREN summed up
the mood on Merseyside around
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah
better than anyone.
■
WOLVES have been
cleared over their
ties with super agent
Jorge Mendes. The EFL
ruled he has no official
role at the Premier
League-bound club.
LUTON boss
Nathan Jones has
no plans to leave after
being touted for the
vacant job at Ipswich.
NEWCASTLE
defender Curtis
Good is on his way out
after playing just two
games in six injury-hit
years on Tyneside.
BOURNEMOUTH
will listen to offers
for West Ham target
Harry Arter after
Eddie Howe decided
the midfielder can go.
LEICESTER’S £16m
flop Ahmed Musa
has ruled out a return
when his CSKA Moscow
loan ends this summer.
MILLWALL
defender Byron
Webster is back in full
training after seven
months out injured.
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
■
ITALIAN JOB:
Boss Jurgen
Klopp and Dejan
Lovren after
Tuesday’s win
“43 goals guys, f***ing hell,” the Liverpool
defender said before he left Anfield after
their 5-2 win over Roma in Tuesday’s
Champions League semi-final first leg.
To reinforce the point, team-mate
Lovren repeated the statement after
the Reds edged closer to the final.
It’s a remarkable tally in a stunning
debut season for the Egyptian magician and his 10 goals in Europe has
contributed to Jurgen Klopp’s sharpshooters going from outsiders to
potential winners.
There are 15 assists too, two of
which came against his old club along
with his double strike, but the feeling
that now sweeps around Anfield when
he gets on the ball is something else.
There is an immediate sense that
something special is going to
happen – and it usually does.
It is arguably the greatest individual
performance across a season in England since Cristiano Ronaldo scored
42 goals to fire Manchester United to
the Premier League and European
Cup double in 2008.
It is also why Lovren believes Salah
has to be in the running alongside
Ronaldo, now of Real Madrid, and
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi when the
LOVREN SUMS UP
MO’S HOT SEASON
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
Ballon d’Or is handed out. Not since 2007,
when Kaka won, has anyone pipped Messi
or Ronaldo. But Salah, discarded by Chelsea, could end their decade of domination.
There were raised eyebrows when the
Reds paid Roma £35m last summer for a
player many believed was a Blues flop.
It seemed a lot of money before Neymar’s
move to Paris St-Germain caused transfer
fees to rocket but Liverpool were unwavering in their belief it was good business.
Pace
They never feared he would struggle in
England as he was never given a chance at
Stamford Bridge. They knew he could bring
his pace, trickery and creativity to the wide
role in their front three.
But surely even the most confident at
Liverpool could not have predicted the goal
glut and presence on the pitch that has
made that fee look like a snip.
Full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold said:
“During the week it’s a nightmare because
you’re up against him. There’s some times
when I don’t really like him because he
does that stuff to me. That’s what he does
day in and day out.
“It’s become second nature to him now
and it’s a credit to him. We’re really happy
to play with him, rather than against him.”
Leading Liverpool to a sixth European
Cup would add to Salah’s ever-improving CV that now includes the PFA Player
of the Year accolade.
If he was worth £35m last summer, who
knows what he is worth now?
“He is becoming the superstar,” added
Lovren. “It looks easy, what he does, but it
is very difficult. Maybe I couldn’t look into
the future in pre-season and think he could
do this. But how he was working, how he
wants the ball, he is just a different player.
“We help him, the manager helps and this
style of play helps him a lot.
“He didn’t play that style before at Basel,
Chelsea or Roma. They had different styles
and this style suits him perfectly.
“Hopefully he can stay injury-free and we
can make history with him.”
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
INFORMATION
OX OUT OF WORLD CUP
■
MAGIC MOMENT:
Salah is hailed
by Trent AlexanderArnold after the
Egyptian’s first goal
From Back Page
possible. However, this all
pales in comparison to how
the family of the Liverpool fan
badly hurt before last night’s
game must be feeling. My
thoughts are with him and his
loved ones.
“Thank you for all your kind
words, messages and support.
I’ll see you soon.”
Oxlade-Chamberlain was
assessed by club medics after
arriving at Liverpool’s
Melwood training base
yesterday.
And their worst fears were
confirmed with the club stating
he had suffered knee ligament
damage.
The Reds have put no
timescale on a return for the
Three Lions star.
The ex-Arsenal midfielder
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STATION
FOOTBALL
UEFA Champions League
Semi-final, 1st leg
missed Euro 2016 because of a
knee injury.
He also travelled to Brazil
with England for the 2014
World Cup but did not feature
after picking up a knee
problem during a warm-up
friendly against Ecuador.
Oxlade-Chamberlain left
Arsenal last summer to boost
his career and try to work his
way back into England’s plans.
Bayern Munich (1) ....1 Real Madrid (1)......... 2
Kimmich 28
Marcelo 44
Asensio 57
2nd leg on Tuesday
Vanarama North: Brackley 1 Chorley
2, Darlington 2 Southport 4, Nuneaton 1
Boston 1. Vanarama South: Havant &
Waterlooville 6 East Thurrock 1.
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League:
Mickleover 0 Halesowen 0. Evo-Stik
Southern Premier: Frome 0 Banbury 2,
Hitchin 0 Hereford 3. Bostik Premier
League: Leatherhead 1 Hendon 2.
BASKETBALL
WINNING GOAL: Asensio
Marco
gives
Real
boost
by EDDIE KIRK
BAYERN MUNICH 1
REAL MADRID
2
GOAL KINGS
2017-18 season
(All competitions, including
internationals)
CRISTIANO RONALDO
44 games, 46 goals
MO SALAH
49 games, 44 goals
LIONEL MESSI
54 games, 43 goals
MOHAMED SALAH deserves
to be ranked alongside Lionel
Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
as one of the world’s best
players after he ran riot
against Roma.
That’s the view of Liverpool
team-mate Dejan Lovren, who
has backed his team-mate to
challenge the pair for the
Ballon d’Or this year.
Barcelona star Messi and
Real Madrid ace Ronaldo have
dominated the award for a
decade, with five wins each.
But Lovren said: “I don’t
know if this is the right time
to put pressure on him, but I
believe he should be regarded
Salah’s our golden boy
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
as one of the best three in the
world. He deserves to be
mentioned for the Ballon d’Or.
“When people talk about
Messi and Ronaldo they
should also talk about Salah.
“He deserves credit but I
think he deserves even more.”
Roma have claimed they had
to sell Salah to Liverpool to
stop them being booted out of
the Champions League. The
Italians feared Financial Fair
Play punishment so flogged
their star man in a deal they
claim could rise to £43m.
Roma director of football
Monchi said: “We had a need
to sell. We had no option but to
sell Salah before June 30.
“Had we not done that, we
probably wouldn’t be playing
the semi-final of the Champions League as we had UEFA
monitoring us. We didn’t want
to sell him, but had no choice.”
Two late goals have given the
Italians hope of a fightback in
next Wednesday’s second leg.
They came from 4-1 down
against Barcelona to beat the
Spanish giants 3-0 at
home, but Lovren has no
fears Liverpool will blow
their lead in the same way.
He said: “We had so many
chances, they are really open,
they are a team that likes to
play and that is good for us.
We know what we need to do.”
MARCO ASENSIO grabbed
a precious winner as Real
Madrid kept their stranglehold on Bayern Munich last
night.
Asensio struck the winner
in the 57th minute when
Rafinha gave the ball away.
Real broke and Dani
Carvajal squared for
Asensio to give the Spanish
side a lead to take into the
second leg of this Champions League semi-final in
Madrid next Tuesday.
German champions
Bayern had lost their five
previous Champions
League clashes against the
12-time kings of Europe.
But Joshua Kimmich
gave them hope of lifting
the hoodoo in the 28th
minute.
Real keeper Keylor
Navas blundered as he
allowed Kimmich to
beat him at the near
post after the Bayern
player had raced
into the box.
The match was
billed as the battle
of the hotshots
– between
Ronaldo and
Bayern striker
Robert Lewandowski, with
Ronaldo having
scored in all 10
of Real’s
previous
European
matches this
season.
But it was
left-back
Marcelo
who
equalised in
the 44th
minute,
driving a
first-time
strike into the
bottom corner.
Navas saved a
header from
Lewandowski on
the stroke of
half-time before
keeping out a series of
Franck Ribery strikes.
Ronaldo did not get
on the scoresheet this
time but was fuming
when he netted in the
71st minute, only for Dutch
referee Bjorn Kuipers to
rule he had brought the ball
down with his arm.
NBA Conference play-offs, 1st rd –
Eastern: Boston 92 Milwaukee 87
(Boston lead series 3-2), Philadelphia
104 Miami 91 (Philadelphia win series
4-1). Western: Golden State 99 San
Antonio 91 (Golden State win series 4-1).
SNOOKER
Betfred World Championship (The
Crucible, Sheffield) – 1st rd: M Williams
(Wal) bt J Robertson (Eng) 10-5, R
Milkins (Eng) bt N Robertson (Aus) 10-5,
J Higgins (Sco) bt T Un-Nooh (Tha)
10-7, J Trump (Eng) leads C Wakelin
(Eng) 6-3.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: King’s Lynn P Poole P,
Rye House 48 Wolverhampton 42.
TENNIS
ATP Barcelona Open (Spain) –
2nd rd: M Klizan (Svk) bt N Djokovic
(Ser) 6-2 1-6 6-3, R Nadal (Spa) bt
R Carballes Baena (Spa) 6-4 6-4, G
Dimitrov (Bul) bt G Simon (Fra) 6-2 6-1,
D Thiem (Aut) bt J Munar (Spa) 7-6 6-1.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
UEFA Europa League
Semi-finals, 1st leg
Arsenal v Atletico Madrid (8.05pm)...................
Marseille v Red Bull Salzburg (8.05pm)............
Vanarama North: Spennymoor v
North Ferriby. Vanarama South:
Wealdstone v Oxford City.
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League:
Coalville v Workington, Shaw Lane v
Barwell, Stalybridge v Witton, Stourbridge
v Stafford. Evo-Stik Southern Premier
League: Dunstable v Gosport, St Ives v
Basingstoke. Bostik Premier League:
Kingstonian v Dulwich.
BASKETBALL
BBL Championship: Sheffield v
Glasgow (7.30pm).
DARTS
Unibet Premier League – Week 13:
Manchester Arena (7pm).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League
Salford v St Helens (7.45pm) .............................
SPEEDWAY
Championship: Ipswich v Newcastle
(7.30pm). Championship Shield:
Sheffield v Redcar (7.30pm). National
League KO Cup 1st rd, 2nd leg: Isle of
Wight (30) v Eastbourne (60) (7pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
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9 Liam; 10 Bednar; 12 Nietes; 14 Sarr;
17 Aiden; 18 Akram; 19 Marshall.
DOWN: 2 Anita; 3 Arif; 4 Rowley;
5 Esson; 6 Talanoa; 8 Markram; 11
Jenner; 13 Erdem; 15 April; 16 Bath.
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Daly, 4 Chaz Davies, 5 Trent Boult.
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Arsenal fans would
have something to
moan about if they
supported sunderland. They
don’t appreciate a good
manager. We would love a
manager like him. They have
no shame. The hoy
Wenger’s World Cup
temp job raffle. Ancelloti
gets the Italy job. France,
Germany & Belgium (winners)
are not options. Are China in
it? He speaks that language
managing, Grampus 8 b4
joining Arsenal. Suppose he’ll
have 2 wait 4 Everton or
Chelski in nxt PL ssn. U2BA
How bad are roma?
their worse than man
utd’s! AND THATS SAYING
SOMETHING!! for the next
10 yrs EVERY CUP is goin 2
be between us & city!
THE ANI RD SCALLIES
Hail Salah Salah
whatever will be will be,
he’ll lift up the cup you’ll see,
Hail Salah Salah. MAD MAX
i like Joey Barton he got
fire in his belly if he cuts
it as manager we could do
wiv sum passion at NCFC.
jimi peters. BARCLAY BOY
hope the serial failure
spurs players are sat
comfy watching champs lge
on tv..NFFC 4EVA. TETS
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SERIOUSLY
foo tba ll
IN DEMAND: Jorginho
Jorg the
one that
we want
■ by JEREMY CROSS
MANCHESTER CITY and
Manchester United are
going head-to-head in a
£50m battle to sign Napoli
ace Jorginho.
Premier League champions City are keen on the
defensive midfielder and
want him to replace Yaya
Toure, who is poised to
leave the Etihad.
But United boss
Mourinho is also in the
running as he aims to
bring in his own midfield
re-enforcements.
It means the rival bosses
are poised to fight it out for
the Italian international,
who has established
himself as one of Europe’s
best players in his position.
Liverpool are also keen
on Jorginho, but Kop boss
Jurgen Klopp cannot
compete on the same
financial level as his
Manchester rivals in terms
of a transfer fee and wages.
Guardiola, who wants
someone to provide
competition for Brazilian
ace Fernandinho, had a
close up view of Jorginho
in the Champions League
group stages.
EUROPA LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL
MY BIGGEST
REGRET
Final agony spurs on
Wenger to bow out
as winner in Europe
ARSENE WENGER wants to
bow out a Europa League
winner and put his biggest
regret behind him.
Tabs
It is understood Mourinho
has been keeping close
tabs on Jorginho, 26, for
many months and sent
scouts to watch him in
action several times this
season.
Mourinho claims he will
not be spending big this
summer, despite United
having had a mediocre
season.
But United’s executive
vice chairman Ed Woodward has promised
Mourinho another huge war
chest if he wants one.
United need a midfield
enforcer, with Michael
Carrick set to retire and
Marouane Fellaini deciding
to leave Old Trafford after
failing to agree a new
contract.
Ander Herrera is also
considering his immediate
future at United after
struggling to hold down a
regular place in the starting
line-up.
Signing Jorginho would
allow Mourinho to pick
troubled Paul Pogba in a
more advanced role as he
battles to get the best out
of the French superstar.
Another United star,
Alexis Sanchez, is relishing
taking on Chelsea in the FA
Cup Final on May 19.
The Chilean, who scored
to help United come from
behind to beat Tottenham in
last weekend’s FA Cup
semi-final, said: “The truth
is that I score every time I
play at Wembley.
“I have won several
trophies there with Arsenal.
“Wembley brings me
good luck.”
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FINAL AGONY:
Wenger consoles
Thierry Henry in 2006
and (below) Jens
Lehmann feels the pain
The Arsenal boss admits that losing the
2006 Champions League Final is the thing
that disappoints him the most from his
glittering 22-year career at the club.
Wenger’s star-studded side, at the peak
of their powers, had keeper Jens Lehmann sent off early in the final before
losing 2-1 to Barcelona.
A European trophy with Arsenal is the
only glaring omission from his CV and
Wenger is eyeing a fairy-tale end to his
long spell in charge.
The Frenchman said: “It was my biggest
regret, yes.
“We knocked Juventus and Real
Madrid out that season, and then lost
with 10 men in the final in an unfortunate way.
“We played at the time with a team
against, for example Juventus, who had
Ibrahimovic and Trezeguet up front, and
Vieira – or Madrid who had Zidane, Beckham, Figo and Ronaldo.
“The difference looked bigger on paper
than it does today, so it would have been
the greatest achievement as well.
“We had a very young team and didn’t
concede a goal against them. We went to
the final without conceding a goal.
“But you have to as
well be realistic. We
were in the Champions League Final and
if you look at Arsenal
and the number of
games they play in
Europe
in
their
whole history, you
would see it is not
Real Madrid.
“We have to be
conscious of that as
well. The history of
the club has become
very
demanding,
but the longer history of the club is
not that bright that
you can say the
club has won 10
European
Cups.”
■ by PAUL BROWN
On paper, tonight’s semi-final challenge
against Atletico Madrid looks almost as
steep.
Diego Simeone’s men are second in La
Liga and were runners-up in the Champions League in two out of the last four seasons. They are overwhelming favourites.
Wenger said: “If you look at the table,
they are the second-best team in Spain.
“They have no real weakness. They are
strong offensively.
“They are strong defensively. We will
need a complete performance.
“It’s a Champions League night for two
reasons.
“First, because a Champions League
position is at stake, more for us than them,
and second because these are two teams
used to playing in the Champions
League.”
Privately Wenger knows that lifting the
trophy would be a special way to bring
down the curtain. But publicly he insists
it is all about his players.
Quality
He said: “Is there a perfect goodbye?
First of all, I don’t know. I just want to do
as well as I can because this team has
quality, these guys. I’ve seen them this
season be challenged mentally.
“I’ve always seen them respond in a positive way and I think this group of players
deserves something special.
“I want to do it for them, to achieve
something with them, because I feel
they have a special mental quality.
“My biggest satisfaction would be to be
successful together with the group of
players that I have.”
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck, who is
expected to start tonight with Henrikh
Mkhitaryan injured and Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang cup-tied, insists the team
need no extra motivation.
He said: “Going into a semi-final in a
European competition, you don’t need
any extra incentive to win the game.
“I wanted to win the game before the
manager announcing he would be leaving and I want to win it after.
“With the lads, everyone’s focused on
winning the tie but obviously there would
be that icing on the cake to see the manager lift the trophy.”
DAILY STAR, Thursday, April 26, 2018
1st LEG
LACAZETTE
TO SCORE FIRST
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Costa to make
Arsenal ‘suffer’
■
NO HOLDING BACK:
Alexandre Lacazette
tries to break free of Per
Mertesacker in training
DIEGO COSTA is ready
to make Arsenal “suffer”
tonight, according to
Atletico Madrid coach
Diego Simeone.
The snarling Spaniard
scored three times in six
games against the
Gunners when he was at
Chelsea, including the
equaliser in last
season’s FA Cup Final,
which Arsenal won 2-1.
Costa was always a
thorn in the side of the
Arsenal defence and
was directly involved in
red cards for Gabriel and
Per Mertesacker.
He has scored six
times for Atletico since
officially rejoining the
club in January but has
sat out the last three
matches with a hamstring problem.
Simeone said at the
weekend that Costa had
“no chance” of playing
at the Emirates tonight.
9/2
■ by SCOTT COLEMAN
But last night Simeone
said Costa was available.
Asked if that was
designed to intimidate
Arsenal or boost his
team-mates, he said:
“Knowing Diego Costa, I
think all of those apply
to him. Both in England
and in Spain, many
teams have suffered at
the hands of Diego
Costa, not just Arsenal.
He has improved.
“He trained hard on
Tuesday and he trained
on Wednesday and
based on what we see
fit, he will play from the
start or from the bench.
“We’ll weigh up all the
various factors. We’ll
speak with the footballer,
speak with the medical
team. I’ll look to help the
team in the best way
possible. I won’ try to
make Diego happy.”
■
THORN: Costa was
a constant menace
to Arsenal with Chelsea
Vieira’s dream
return
EUROPA LEAGUE
SEMI-FINAL, 1st leg
ARSENAL v
ATLETICO
MADRID
ARSENAL (4-2-3-1): Cech;
Bellerin, Koscielny, Mustafi, Monreal;
Xhaka, Ramsey; Ozil, Wilshere,
Welbeck; Lacazette.
ATLETICO MADRID (4-4-2):
Oblak; Juanfran, Godin, Savic,
Hernandez; Koke, Niguez, Gabi,
Correa; Griezmann, Costa.
REFEREE: Clement Turpin (France)
KICK-OFF: 8:05pm, live on BT Sport 2
PATRICK VIEIRA says it
would be hard to turn
down a dream return to
Arsenal.
Former Gunners
favourite Vieira – a
legendary figure at the
club where he won three
Premier League titles – is
among the contenders to
replace Arsene Wenger
in the hot seat.
Wenger last week
claimed the
41-year-old
Frenchman had
the potential to
manage the
club in the
future.
Vieira (right)
has impressed in
charge of New York
City but his contract at
the MLS side expires
later this year.
He said: “Of course it is
an honour to be
mentioned with Arsenal.
■ by PAUL BROWN
It was somewhere I
spent nine years and I
love the club.
“I played my best
football there and made
my name in the game. I
am always going to
have a deeper
relationship
with Arsenal.”
Wenger
yesterday
backed the
credentials of
Spaniard Luis
Enrique to
succeed him in
the job.
He added: “I have a
high opinion of him. But
I don’t want to influence
the job for the next
manager.”
Arsene: I did get the push
From Back Page
addicted I am. I am a bit like a guy who
plays Russian roulette every week and
suddenly has no gun any more.
“So, I will see how much I miss that
gun! Some people take a year out. But
it’s long, a year – 365 days. I don’t know.
“I leave myself a little bit open and
freedom to decide what I want to do with
my life.
“At the moment I am focused on the
game. My job goes to May. Then I will go
to the World Cup – and see England win
the final. On penalties!
“Honestly, I don’t know what I will do.
Will I take a little rest? I will continue to
work, that’s for sure.” Wenger believes he
is leaving Arsenal in good shape and
that whoever takes over from him can
make the Gunners title contenders again.
He said: “I am convinced that in the
future, with two or three additions, this
team is good enough to fight for the
championship.”
Arsenal are weighing up whether to
give the job to a former player, like Mikel
Arteta, or someone with more
experience, like former Barcelona boss
Luis Enrique.
Wenger said: “I don’t influence that
choice but I will stand behind the
decision. They need to make the right
decision, even if you have to be bold.
“That’s what I wish personally. Is it
TARGET: Mawson
Moyes
plans a
swoop
EXCLUSIVE
■
by PAUL BROWN
DAVID MOYES will push
West Ham to make signing
a defender a priority this
summer – with Alfie
Mawson and Lewis Dunk
his top targets.
The Hammers will
finalise their transfer
policy when their Premier
League survival is secure,
although boss Moyes has
yet to agree a new contract.
But with the club keen for
Moyes to stay and poised to
hand him more control of
transfers, the Scot is
already drawing up plans
for next season.
Only Stoke have conceded
more goals than West Ham
this season and Moyes
wants to bring in a
commanding centre-back
with top-flight experience
to help solve that.
Both Swansea’s Mawson
and Brighton’s Dunk were
on the club’s radar in the
last transfer window but
nothing came of the
interest.
Tracked
That could change this
summer, with Hammers
co-chairman David Sullivan
promising a bumper spend
after admitting to big
failures in past windows.
Mawson has been at the
heart of Swansea’s recent
revival under Carlos
Carvalhal, who does not
want to sell, and earned
himself a call-up to the
England squad last month.
But he has also been
watched by Manchester
United and is being tracked
by Tottenham too, with the
Swans believed to see him
in the £40m bracket.
Dunk would be a cheaper
option but the Seagulls do
not want to sell either,
while he is likely to have
other options.
The Hammers will
release James Collins and
Winston Reid is also on
borrowed time, but
highly-rated teenager
Declan Rice is set to sign a
new contract.
former people that worked here? That is
even better.
“But there are many players who have
qualities. Some of them are in the job.
“You will not be short of candidates.
That shows you as well that the place is
a good place. Green outside, nice trees,
good grass. Fantastic. No pollution. Until
the press conference starts!”
Wenger revealed his old foe Sir Alex
Ferguson was one of many people to get
in touch wishing him well.
He said: “We are friends now, Alex
Ferguson and I! Yes. He has been in
touch. By text and by phone.
“I keep what he said private. He called
me, so I will have to call him back.”
TRACKED: Dunk
dailystar.co.uk/sport
ARSENAL v ATLETICO MADRID
EUROPA LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL, 1st LEG, 8.05pm
PUSHED
OUT
■
...AND THESE
TWO GET THE
SHOVE AS WELL
the news, which leaves the England
boss short of midfield options.
Oxlade-Chamberlain said: “Absolutely devastated to have picked up
this injury at such a crucial time.
“Gutted I won’t be able to play
any further part in our Champions
League run for Liverpool and also
the World Cup with England.
“Now it’s all about supporting the
boys and getting behind them. I know
we have what it takes to do something
special in this tournament.
“I’m going to give everything I have
to make sure I’m back as quickly as
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The Liverpool and England star’s
season is over after he suffered knee
ligament damage in the 5-2 win over
Roma on Tuesday night.
Oxlade-Chamberlain was taken off
on a stretcher after a challenge on
Aleksandar Kolarov left him in agony.
The 24-year-old will now miss the
rest of Liverpool’s Champions League
campaign, including a possible final
date in Kiev on May 26.
Oxlade-Chamberlain called Gareth
Southgate yesterday to inform him of
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
DAILY STAR 26 APR 2018. No 13092
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■ by PAUL BROWN
ARSENE WENGER has admitted he
was forced out of Arsenal.
The Gunners boss will call time
on his 22-year reign at the end of
the season after his departure
was announced last week.
Wenger, who has always
honoured his contracts, had
cited fan unrest for walking away.
But when asked yesterday why he is
leaving now with a year left on his deal,
the Frenchman (right) said: “The timing
was not really my decision. For the rest, I
have spoken about it already.”
Wenger, 68, is gearing up for tonight’s
Europa League semi-final with Atletico
Madrid as his long goodbye continues.
He hinted he could take a short break
from football when he leaves the
Emirates – but fears he would miss the
pressure of always having a gun to his
head in the hot seat. He said: “I had no
break for 35 years. I don’t know now how
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■
ARSENAL stars
Alexandre
Lacazette and Hector
Bellerin look like they
are up for the Europa
League fight tonight.
The pair squared
up to each other
during a training drill
yesterday after
challenging for a ball.
They were swiftly
separated with
Bellerin later claiming
the bust-up was just
“banter” ahead of the
Gunners’ semi-final
against Atletico Madrid.
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