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®Êby PETER DYKE
COMIC Peter Kay has
sparked hopes of a full
TV and stage comeback
after admitting it was
“absolutely wonderful”
to see an audience laugh
again at his gags.
He spoke as the BBC
prepares to screen two
new episodes of BAFTA
award-winning sitcom
Car Share.
Full story: Page 9
RETURN JOURNEY: Peter and Sian Gibson
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
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“It’s absolutely wonderful
hearing an audience react to
what you’ve been working so
hard on for so long.” Peter Kay
on his return to the stage.
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MERGER: Coupe
Sainsbury
chief: I’m
in money
THE boss of
Sainsbury’s apologised
last night after TV
cameras caught him
singing “We’re in the
money” after the
mega-merger with Asda
was announced.
CEO Mike Coupe was
filmed singing the ditty
from the stage musical
42nd Street as he
appeared to celebrate
the £12bn deal between
the two grocery giants.
He trilled: “We’re in
the money, the sky is
sunny, let’s lend it, spent
it, send it rolling along”.
In a statement he
called it “an unguarded
moment” as he tried to
relax before a TV
interview.
He added: “It was an
unfortunate choice of
song, from the musical
42nd Street which I saw
last year and I apologise
if I have offended
anyone.”
Later when asked if
he would personally be
in the money now, the
57-year-old confirmed he
was a big shareholder
in Sainsbury’s.
The planned
Sainsbury’s-Asda
merger could see prices
slashed by 10% making
it cheaper for shoppers.
Bosses insist no stores
will close and have
vowed to protect jobs.
But retail experts
argue at least 75 Asda
stores will have to be
“disposed of” after the
competition watchdog
investigates.
RUDDY GOOD
LUCK , MATE...
Windrush vow as Javid takes over
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
THE new Home Secretary last night
vowed to fight for the Windrush generation – saying they reminded him of his
own immigrant family.
Sajid Javid said the scandal over threats to deport
African and Caribbean migrants who have lived
here for decades could have easily affected “my
mum, my brother, my uncle or even me”.
He was promoted from Communities Secretary to replace Amber Rudd after she resigned for “inadvertently
misleading” MPs about targets for removing illegal immigrants. Speaking in Parliament, Mr Javid said: “I
want to start by making a
pledge, a pledge to those
from the Windrush generation who have been in this
country for decades and
yet have struggled to navigate through the immigration system.
“This never should
have been the case and
I will do whatever it
takes to put it right.”
Inspired
Picture: REUTERS
2
Robots
take 60k
Brit jobs
MORE than 60,000 jobs
in Britain have been
taken over by robots.
New technology has
allowed each machine
to do the work of 3.6
factory employees.
It means that the 18,500
powered up so far have
replaced 66,000 humans,
say scientists.
An Oxford University
report predicts up to 15
million jobs could be
replaced in 20 years,
with eight out of 10 jobs
in some occupations
at risk of being stolen
by robots.
Transport workers are
among those most at
risk but people in retail
will be worst affected
due to e-commerce
giants such as Amazon.
But instead of causing
mass unemployment it
is predicted people will
slowly be shifted into
new fields of work over
the course of decades.
PROMISE: Sajid Javid
The son of a Pakistani-born bus driver, he
said he was inspired to
help because of his own
background.
RESIGNED: Amber Rudd
He added: “Learning
about
the
difficulties
Windrush migrants have
faced has resonated with
me personally, particularly
because I myself am a second-generation migrant.
“Like the Caribbean Windrush generation, my parents came to this country
from the Commonwealth
in the 1960s.
“That’s why I am so personally committed to, and
invested in, resolving the
difficulties faced by the
people of the Windrush
generation who have built
their lives here and contributed so much.”
A former Northern Ire- HOPE: PM ‘will recall her’
land secretary, James Brokenshire, replaces Mr Javid as Secretary of State for
Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Last night, senior Conservatives tipped Ms Rudd to go
straight back into Cabinet once the Windrush scandal
dies down.
One said: “Amber Rudd is a talent the Government cannot afford to lose. Rather than be rudderless for long,
she’ll be brought back in when the storm blows over.”
It came as leaked emails revealed Ms Rudd was told
“there were no targets” for removing immigrants before
her comments to MPs last week.
The Star Says: Page 6
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
IT’S HOLE CHANGE!
® by ANTONY THROWER
DIGGING up roads could be
ditched and replaced by work
to pavements in a bid to curb
the nation’s pothole menace.
Experts believe energy firms
excavating grass verges and
walkways instead of highways
will help to limit the number
of potholes.
Transport Secretary Chris
Grayling said the move was
needed as roads become more
damaged on sections which
had recently been worked on.
He said the country needed to
move away from its “catch and
mend” culture, adding: “The
solution cannot simply be to
QUACKERS: Another pothole
come up with more and more
money and to fill potholes
which simply collapse a year
or two later.
“You get far fewer holes
appearing in intact roads than
roads which have been regularly dug up. We are going to
create a default where you
have to look first at laying utilities under the pavements.”
Other plans include demanding that companies pay more
towards the inspection of
completed roadworks.
At present they only contribute around one third of the
overall cost.
But Mr Grayling warned new
projects such as the laying of
fibre-optic cables would be allowed in the roads if contractors prove pavements cannot
be used first.
Existing utility works will
also have to be in the road.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Elsa
RECORD START: Scarlett
Scarlett
movie a
global hit
NEW movie Avengers:
Infinity War has scored
the biggest-ever global
opening for a film.
The Disney/Marvel
superhero ensemble took
an estimated £460million
in its first weekend.
It smashed the previous
record held by The Fate
Of The Furious, which
made £390m in its first
weekend last year.
Avengers: Infinity War
has an all-star cast that
includes Scarlett
Johansson, Robert
Downey Jr and Benedict
Cumberbatch.
Its takings are more
remarkable as it is yet to
open in Russia and
China. The film had been
predicted to make £200m
in its first weekend.
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& match
for Andy
GORGEOUS
Elsa is really
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into lingerie as you
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VOLLEY AWFUL:
How artist Andy
might look, and inset,
his ‘drip’ painting
can see.
In fact the
23-year-old
blonde beauty from
Southend, Essex, says
she has the biggest
collection ever.
And today she is
wearing her
favourite skimpy
red kit especially
for her Page 3
fans!
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BUT AN EXPERT SAYS
HIS ART’S POLLOCKS
BRITISH tennis great
Sir Andy Murray serves
up a new career – as an
artist.
ADVICE: The hopeful
UK Eurovision hopeful
SuRie has had some tips
from 2014 winner
Conchita Wurst.
Singer-songwriter
Susanna Marie Cork will
perform Storm at the
song contest final in
Lisbon, Portugal, on
May 12.
The 29-year-old bagged
a chat with the Austrian
former winner known
for her bearded drag
queen look.
She said: “Conchita
stated how important it
is to focus on the song
and vocal performance.
“There are many other
exciting elements to
Eurovision – the staging,
styling, media – but
these come secondary.”
Two-time Wimbledon champ
Andy picked up a brush during
his break with a hip problem.
And he came up with images
uncannily like those of Jackson
Pollock, the legendary US artist
famous for his drip painting
style.
His arty outfit also raised eyebrows as he posed in a fancy
scarf and jumper combo in a
snap on Instagram.
One Twitter user certainly
thought Sir Andy has smashed
the new look, writing: “Andy
Murray is now seemingly an
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
SuRie’s
vision of
victory
recording for Vic Reeves Big
Night Out in the early 1990s
and was later broadcast on
Channel 4.
Funnyman Bob, 58, said: “I
look back on it fondly. If you
ever came across it you’ll see
I wet myself and you’ll see
my yellow trousers, going
down my leg.”
antony.thrower@dailystar.co.uk
Dylan distillin’
BOB’S TEE-HEE TV PEE
BOB Mortimer admitted Vic
Reeves made him laugh so
much he wet himself on TV.
He said the embarrassing
incident happened during
® by ANTONY THROWER
artist? I love that lad.” Another
added of one of his paintings: “I
don’t know what it’s of.
“But I do know it’s brilliant. I
think.”
Andy’s effort won praise from
an art critic who said the tennis
player was letting out some
aggression as he continues to be
sidelined from the game.
Estelle Lovatt, from the Royal
Society of Arts, said although it
could not really be compared to
Pollock’s masterpieces “it’s joyful and there’s a strong, abstract
resemblance to a match.
“I think he was just having a
bit of fun.”
GIGGLES: Vic and Bob
BOB Dylan is to launch his own range of
whiskies.
The music legend, 76, has teamed up with
alcohol entrepreneur Marc Bushala to release his Heaven’s Door brand this month.
The Blowin’ In The Wind hitmaker said:
“We wanted to create a collection of American whiskies that would each tell a story.”
3
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
dead in scenes set to shock the nation
KILLS
Boss exits
with final
bombshell
HIMSELF
®
CAMPAIGNER:
Shayne smears
chocolate for British
Heart Foundation shoot.
Right: Aidan and Eva on
disastrous wedding day
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ONE of Corrie’s most
loved characters will
kill himself in shocking
scenes.
Troubled Aidan Connor is
found dead in harrowing episodes to be aired next week.
Viewers were only aware that
actor Shayne Ward, who plays
Street hunk Aidan, was leaving
the show later this month.
It is the last departing jawdropper from soap boss Kate
Oates, who has been rapped by
fans for her grim storylines.
Kate also announced last
month she is leaving the soap.
She last night admitted to being nervous about the suicide
storyline, but was determined
to do the issue justice.
She said: “I have had fears
about it but having worked on
helplines myself for two years
this was an important issue I
needed to highlight.”
The story will be screened next
Monday and Wednesday and
sees an emotional final day for
Aidan. He treats his family and
friends to lavish gifts and even
tells ex-fiancée Eva Price (Cath
Tyldesley) he loves her.
®
CONTEST WIN:
On The X Factor
with Louis Walsh
Agony
His final moments see Aidan,
to the backdrop of his favourite
song, Cosmic Love by Florence
& The Machine, in tears at the
pub before going home and sobbing on his sofa. The next day
dad Johnny (Richard Hawley)
finds his son’s body at his flat.
He finds a note on the sofa saying: “Don’t go in the bathroom –
call the police,” which his dad
ignores before screaming in
agony when he finds his son.
Shayne adds: “Aidan is an
‘everyman’ figure and someone
men can identify with. Talking
about this could have helped
him turn his life around.”
In scenes running alongside
the suicide story in next week’s
show, David Platt, played by
Jack P Shepherd, decides to
open up about his own troubles.
Kate added: “I wanted David
to have the last word and show
that when you decide to open up
– there will always be someone
there to listen.
“Suicide is the biggest killer
of men under 45 in this country.
“With 84 men taking their
lives each week, we simply can’t
afford not to talk about it.”
Coronation Street worked
closely with the Samaritans and
CALM on the episodes.
¬ÊIf you need someone to talk to
call Samaritans on 116 123 or
email jo@samaritans.org.
The Star Says: Page 6
jennifer.dunkerley@dailystar.co.uk
‘My screen tears are all real’
TOUGH ROLE: Shayne as Aidan
ACTOR Shayne Ward revealed last
night he broke down in tears while
filming soap’s darkest ever scenes –
because the same thing happened in
his own family.
The 33-year-old former X Factor
winner admitted he was “heartbroken and honoured” to take on Corrie’s male suicide storyline.
He said he drew on personal family
experience to play out Aidan Connor’s final tragic moments.
And Shayne feels there is no better
time to get the nation talking about
male suicide after the recent deaths
of DJ Avicii and Austin Powers star
Verne Troyer.
He said: “It was a decision I didn’t
take lightly.
“I have had people in my family attempt suicide and someone actually
go through and commit suicide.
“So I drew on that honest truth.
“You either do it with conviction
or you don’t. It was from my heart. I
was saying goodbye for Aidan, he’s
been my buddy for three years.”
He found it distressing to watch
® by JENNIFER DUNKERLEY
the final cut of next week’s episode.
“Watching the episode back was
heartbreaking, I was hyperventilating, there’s no let-up in it,” he said.
“I cried. I cried filming it, the tears
you see on screen are all real.”
Shayne, who won The X Factor in
2005, joined Corrie in 2015 and revealed he was pleased to be leaving
after the biggest role of his career.
He said: “I knew from the moment
they told me how powerful the message was that we were putting out
and how impactful it would be.
“It was so poignant at the moment
with the deaths of DJ Avicii and
Verne Troyer.
“I was in a position to say: ‘Do I do
this or don’t I?’ I could see how big it
was and how it was bigger than anything else I ever do.”
Unlike his character, Shayne admits he often opens up about his
struggles. “I am a talker and I
believe in talking, it is something
that I try and instil in my friends
and family if they are going through
hard times.
“If you’re alone with your thoughts
and demons it puts you in that dark
place and it’s hard to get out.
“A lot of men think it is a weakness to talk and it isn’t. I have sat
there with my own thoughts and it
doesn’t work.”
Shockingly, 76% of all suicides in
Britain are by men, and only 55% of
men who suffer from depression
decide to talk about it – compared to
67% of women.
It is more common than road traffic accidents.
Shayne admits adding Aidan’s final scene alone in the flat himself
after telling producers he did not
want his last moments to be in the
pub. He says: “I felt like we couldn’t
end it in the pub. I needed an extra
scene so it was my creation to have
him back at his flat, simply crying.
“There’s unpacked boxes and finally people see – of course you were
always thinking about it. It all falls
into place that he was struggling.”
5
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Says
Rudd exit
rocks May
AMBER Rudd’s resignation does
not put a full stop to the mess at
the Home Office.
If anything, the departure makes
Theresa May even more vulnerable.
Now Rudd has gone, May’s lost a
scapegoat for criticism.
The Windrush debacle and immigration removal target fiasco are both
results of Mrs May’s decisions as
Home Secretary.
She will hope Sajid Javid gets a grip
on the crisis he’s inherited – and fast.
Mrs Rudd resigned after admitting
she “inadvertently misled” MPs over
immigration deportation targets.
Her replacement must now be open
and honest in the role.
But his main focus has to be on sorting out the future of potentially thousands of Caribbean immigrants.
They have lived here for decades
and are British citizens in all but
name.
Theresa May has promised their
cases will be dealt with quickly.
Mr Javid – the son of a Pakistani
immigrant bus driver – must make
sure this happens.
Dark soap
plot’s right
CORRIE’S suicide plot is set to go
down as one of the darkest in soap
history.
Next Monday Shayne Ward’s character Aidan Connor will take his own
life as his world falls apart.
The harrowing scenes are likely to
be too much for some viewers.
But with suicide this country’s biggest killer of men under 45, this is an
important storyline.
Outgoing boss Kate Oates has faced
huge criticism while in charge of the
hit soap.
But she certainly hasn’t shied away
from tackling the tough issues. This
plot may not win back old viewers.
But if it gets more young men to
open up and talk about their
feelings, it must be applauded.
Joke bloke
PETER Kay left his co-star Sian
Gibson in fits of giggles on the set
of Car Share.
He’s sure to drive viewers to tears
of laughter, too, when it returns
next Monday…
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TOP rapper Kanye West has
left fans scratching their
heads with the lyrics for his
latest song Lift Yourself.
The track contains the odd
lines: “Whoopdedy-scoop,
whoopdedy-whoop-scoop-poop!”
®
But the 40-year-old musician
wouldn’t be the first to
leave us puzzled with his
crackpot crooning.
Here JAMES MOORE runs down
a chart of the looniest lyrics ever
penned by pop stars…
“I DON’T want to see a
Wherever – Shakira
ghost. It’s the sight that I
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“I KNOW a mouse, he
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fear most. I’d rather have a
hasn’t got a house. I don’t
know why. I call him Gerald.”
piece of toast.” Life – Des’ree,
below centre
Bike – Pink Floyd
Else – Razorlight
Van Halen
“And I met a girl. She
“ONLY time will tell if we
asked me my name. I told
stand the test of time.”
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her what it was.” Somewhere
Why Can’t This Be Love? –
“CAN’T complain, mustn’t
“I LOVE you like a fat
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kid love cake.” 21
another piece of apple
Questions – 50 Cent
“SQUEEZE my lemon till
crumble.” That Was Then
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But This Is Now – ABC
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leg.” The Lemon Song – Led
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dance when you walk
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Lois will be around in a
as easy as a nuclear war.” Is
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There Something I Should
you in the showers and
with squirreled meat.”
Know? – Duran Duran
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sexercising you for hours.”
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and my ass go boom!”
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– Prince
“OH babe, I wanna
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Work It – Missy Elliott
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when I say rhythm is a
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dancer.” Rhythm Is A
Burn – Kiss
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Chemical Brothers
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
TV doc
‘porn at
school’
outrage
TELLY doc Christian
Jessen caused outrage by
saying children as young
as 12 should be shown
X-rated porn in school.
The ex-Embarrassing
Bodies host said it would
be “very helpful” for a
child’s sex education.
And he even said it would
be a good idea to show
youngsters images of
an “aggressive” man
with a woman.
He said: “Make kids
cringe and squirm. Why
not? I think it’d be very
helpful in sex education
to show the distinction
between porn and sex as
you have it.”
He added: “Not full-on
porn, but images, for
example, and then they
could discuss whether
that’s a good thing or not.
“Get them to watch this
video of a man being fairly
aggressive to a woman in
porn and talk about that.
“Parents would be in
outcry, but so what?”
But a spokesman for the
National Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to
Children said last night: “It
is possible to talk about
seeing things online or in
the media that may give
inaccurate messages
without needing to expose
them to that.”
®
RAYS OF HOPE:
Bamburgh Castle
in Northumberland
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SHOCK
WAVE:
Wild day in
Kent. Below,
chopper at
scene in
Ramsgate
STAR
BATTERY
maker Energizer
has launched a
range of smartphones,
costing from £15 to
£400, some of which it
claims can last more
than two weeks on a
single charge.
ISLAMIC State has
threatened to bring more
bloodshed to Manchester.
Tributes will be held
there on May 22 on the
anniversary of the
Manchester Arena
bombing, which killed 22.
Now IS has published a
poster showing a bearded
man in front of a body on a
pavement in the city.
It warns: “We will fulfil
our promises to you.”
But security experts
believe the group’s main
target this summer will be
the World Cup in Russia.
A TIMELY MOVE
NORTH Korea will shift its
time zone 30 minutes
earlier to align with South
Korea starting on May 5 as
“a step towards unity.”
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THERE’S a 22C
Bank
Holiday
BBQ scorcher on
the cards this
weekend after a
miserably
wet
start to the week.
Torrential rain hit much
of the country yesterday,
but Brits will finally be
basking in glorious sunshine
by the weekend.
BURST
IS threat
to Mancs
22C for bank holiday weekend
FREAK WAVE DEATH
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®
®
A MAN died after he was
swept off a harbour wall
by a freak wave as strong
winds and heavy rain battered
Britain yesterday.
Winds of up to 60mph
clobbered the south east coast.
The unnamed man was
among three people pulled
from the water after the giant
wave washed them off East Pier
in Ramsgate, Kent.
Police and ambulance crews
were called to Royal Harbour to
help the coastguard.
The victim was dead by the
time emergency services
pulled him from the water.
A force
spokeswoman said:
“Three men were
recovered from the
water, but one was
later pronounced
dead at the scene.
“The other two
were taken to
hospital for
treatment.
“Enquiries are
ongoing to identify
his next of kin.”
®
A soggy few days will be followed
by a heatwave which is expected to
see temperatures soar to 22C on
Bank Holiday Monday.
A month’s rain fell in some areas
yesterday with gale force winds
and temperatures as low as 4C.
Sizzling
Today will feel warmer, drier and
brighter with only a few outbreaks
of rain. Temperatures are expected to creep up to 13C.
By tomorrow a new weather
system from the Atlantic will bring
more wet weather.
But this will slowly dry out and
the mercury could be tipping a
balmy 18C on Friday.
Families will be racing to the
beach or dusting off the BBQs as it
hits the mid 20s over the
weekend, peaking with that
sizzling 22C to come on Monday.
Eleanor Bell, head meteorologist
at The Weather Channel, said: “We
are looking at 19-21C for the Bank
Holiday weekend in the south
although it will be cloudier with
some showers over the north-west.
“Temperatures could be higher
because the jet stream may become
situated farther north, allowing
pressure to build over the UK.”
jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk
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COLD:
Ice cream
weather after
wind and rain
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
I started
fatal fire
A MAN yesterday admitted
starting a house fire which
left four children dead and
their mum in a coma.
Zak Bolland, 23, pleaded
guilty to reckless arson on
the day his murder trial
was due to start.
Michelle Pearson, 36, was
critically injured in the fire
shortly before Christmas in
Salford, Greater Manchester,
and is still being treated for
burns. Police revealed she
came out of a coma to be
told her four children, aged
three to 14, had perished.
At Manchester Crown
Court, Bolland still denied
murder and attempted
murder. Two co-accused
deny all three charges.
The trial is due to get
under way later today.
SWEET
ON LIZ
GOOEY Liz Hurley
„
proves she’s a sweet
treat as she emerges
covered from head to
toe in chocolate.
The sexy actress, 52,
treated her Instagram
followers to these exclusive
behind-the-scenes images
of herself while filming the
latest episode of her hit E!
series The Royals.
In the show, Liz appears
in a white Herve Leger
bandage dress before
almost drowning in
a chocolate fountain.
„
BP’S CHIEF
‘POISONED
BY
RUSSIA’
Spooks ‘put toxins in food’
THE head of BP was poisoned
by the Russian secret service,
an ex-colleague has claimed.
Spooks allegedly put toxins in Bob
Dudley’s food slowly over several
weeks while he was living in Russia.
® by JACK ANDREWS
ed and had their apartments raided. But
Mr Dudley would not be forced out.
He said: “This went on for several months
and finally they decided to send him a
better message by poisoning his food.
“Obviously we could never prove who
exactly poisoned him. The poisoning had
to be done by professionals to make sure
that Dudley did not die.
“They just wanted to give him a message.
It was definitely done by professionals who
could administer this poison over weeks.”
Mr Zaslavskiy said the plot was confirmed to him by a “good source close
to Dudley”, but it is not known what
poison was used.
Mr Dudley, who took home £9.5million in earnings last year, was dealing directly with Russian President
Vladimir Putin at the time.
It is claimed he became paranoid
that his office was being
bugged. BP has not
commented.
The 62-year-old American boss of the
oil giant was forced to flee the country in
2008 after he became unwell and poison
was found in his bloodstream.
It is thought his meals were contaminated by a spy within his own office in a bid
to prevent him sealing a business deal with
the Russian state.
Ilya Zaslavskiy, who worked
with Mr Dudley on the joint venture, believes Russian intelligence agency the FSB was
behind it. He claims the Russians wanted to get rid of “150
western managers” so they
could control the businesses
better for themselves.
Mr Zaslavskiy, now head of research at the Free Russia
Foundation, said staff
TARGET: Bob Dudley
were harassed, follow-
jack.andrews@
dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
9
Comic Peter unveils totally unscripted episode
ORDEAL: Tragic tot
Alfie’s
‘bogus
funds’
blasted
CAR SHARE GIGGLES
ARE THE REAL THING
Fans hope
over Kay’s
comeback
PALS of Alfie Evans’
family have rapped “fake”
online fundraising pages
set up in his name.
The tot’s official
JustGiving page has
received almost £140,000 of
donations since it started.
But since the death
of 23-month-old Alfie
several other JustGiving
and GoFundMe pages
have emerged.
There are now at least 27
online sites claiming to
raise cash for the family.
Only the official site and
a JustGiving page set up by
Louise Wallace have been
approved by the family.
Family friend Kayleigh
Macey Hughes posted on
Facebook: “F***ing
disgusting people making
their own JustGiving pages
using Alfie’s name.”
Another page, set up four
days ago to raise £1,500 for
funeral costs, has been
made by a user called Help
Alfie Evans.
But Louise Smith wrote:
“Disgusting. Police should
be involved.”
Alfie, of Bootle,
Merseyside, was at the
centre of a life-support
battle between his parents,
Tom Evans and Kate Jones,
health officials and the
justice system before he
died on Saturday.
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PETER Kay fans will be
treated to two new episodes of Car Share as
the funnyman sparks
hopes of a comeback.
The star was forced to cancel a huge UK tour last year
due to family circumstances.
But a surprise appearance during a charity screening in Blackpool has got fans hoping he will
return to TV and stage.
Kay, 44, admitted it was “wonderful” and “rewarding” seeing
fans laugh at his comedy.
And now the BBC are about to
air two new episodes of his Bafta
award-winning sitcom.
One is completely unscripted
®
ON THE ROAD: Peter
and co-star Sian in
character as John and
Kayleigh. Right, Kay with
his Bafta award
STAR
A LAMB
stolen from a
field by a drunken
rave-goer and rescued
by police from the
garden of a house in
Radstock, Somerset,
is now at an animal
shelter.
BURST
Russ mum fights for life
Alps hell
kills four
FOUR skiers have been
killed and another five
are in a critical condition
after spending a night
outdoors on the Swiss Alps.
Police said three died of
hypothermia and one
perished in a fall.
Local authorities said
the alarm was raised when
the group failed to return
to their cabin after a
snowstorm hit the region.
They had been trying to
reach a hikers’ hut at
3,157m above sea level.
The dead were from
France, Italy and Germany.
TOT ATTACK RAP
TEACHER Jyoti Rohit
Agarwal, who branded a
three-year-old with a hot
spoon, faces cruelty
charges in Umra, India.
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DOTING: Russell and his mum
Barbara. Right, crash wreckage
DISTRAUGHT Russell
Brand has told how his
mum is fighting for life
after a horror car crash.
The comic cancelled
the rest of his current
tour to focus on helping
Barbara, 71, recover.
In an emotional video,
Russell said she has
life-threatening injuries.
He added: “My mum’s
been in a really serious
road accident and has
sustained what are
called poly-traumatic
injuries, that means
numerous life
threatening injuries, so
I wont be able to do the
rest of my ReBirth tour.
“If you have tickets
they’ll be refunded or
possibly rescheduled
but I can’t imagine
performing at the
moment. I feel too sad.”
His mum’s chauffeur,
who is a friend of the
star, had been driving
Barbara to babysit the
comic’s toddler on
Thursday in his Audi A8
limousine when it was
in collision with a
vehicle on the wrong
side of the road in
Brentwood, Essex.
On Friday, a man in
his 40s was arrested
in connection with the
incident. Russell’s mum
has fought cancer six
times and he added:
“She only finished
chemotherapy a month
ago, so for her to be
in this situation it’s
very difficult.
“But to see the
way the medical
professionals operate is
a phenomenal thing and
we should be really
grateful for the NHS.”
with Kay and co-star Sian Gibson making up all the dialogue.
Kay – who is married to Susan
Gargan and has teen sons Charlie and Finley – said: “We just
reacted to whatever came on the
radio and just went with it, good
or bad. We hope people like it.”
Sian, 41, said: “We were always
laughing, and nearly all of the
laughter you see in Car Share is
completely genuine.
“Peter knows how to make me
laugh with just a look.”
Car Share Unscripted will air
on Monday, with the final ever
episode of the show going out on
May 28 – when viewers will see if
characters John and Kayleigh
finally get together.
Thousands were left upset
when Kay had to cancel his 110gig UK tour last year.
But after going on stage at
Blackpool Opera House for his
charity screenings, the comedy
favourite said: “It’s absolutely
wonderful hearing an audience
react to what you’ve been so hard
working on for so long.”
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DETAILS: The prince
Plot to
target
George
denied
WORLD CUP STINK
OVER SMELLY
FANS
Penalties for supporters
®
COSTUME
DRAMA:
The reveller and,
below, Matthews in a
fake plea for help
fans
going to the World Cup in
Russia have been told to
KO the BO – or face fines.
Officials have introduced “pong
penalties” in a bid to clean up
supporters at the tournament.
Foul-smelling fans using Moscow’s
three airports will be penalised for
violating new rules of conduct.
Anyone caught wearing smelly or
stained clothes can expect a fine.
Sleeping in terminal buildings has
been outlawed. Fans are also barred
from dossing on benches, sitting on
the floor, riding on airport trolleys
and washing in public toilets.
The Russian capital’s regional parliament – the Duma – has introduced
the rules five weeks before supporters start arriving for the event.
They are designed to regulate passenger behaviour so commuters,
shoppers and non-football following
tourists are not confronted by armies of unhygienic fans.
Stained
Passengers who violate the new
regulations will be hit with on-thespot fines of up to 500 rubles (£5.77).
Each complaint is likely to earn a
fresh penalty.
Officials acted amid rumours some
supporters faced with soaring hotel
room rates in Moscow could try to
sleep at the city’s airports. Accord- WHIFF OF SCANDAL: Fans must be clean
ing to the regional administration’s website: “People
in stained and foul-smelling
clothes, as well as those
who use the airport for accommodation, could be held
to justice.”
Oleg Grigoriyev, chairman
of
the
Duma’s
transport
infrastructure
committee, said: “This is
especially pressing before
the World Cup.“
Sheremetyevo, the main
hub of Russia’s biggest
airline Aeroflot, is close
Medical negligence is a result of unacceptable
to the capital’s Spartak
stadium.
medical treatment at hospital or other medical
Website SleepingAtAirfacility, causing unnecessary illness, injury or
ports.net advises travellers:
“The floor is mostly tiled so
death.
bring something to lie on
for warmth.”
We can offer you legal advice on:
But under the new rules
• Missed fractures
using the airport for accommodation is illegal.
• Birth injuries, like cerebral palsy
The tough laws also
• Misdiagnosis
apply at Moscow’s other
• Ambulance delays
airports, Domodedovo and
Zhukovsky.
• Surgical complications
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NEGLIGENCE
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STAR
BRITS spend
200 hours a year
doing household
chores, with 25-34
year olds having 261
rows about it and
women doing the
most jobs, says an
Airtasker study.
BURST
1,000 new
McD jobs
BUS CRASH HELL
SEVENTEEN people are
still in hospital after a bus
overturned near Glasgow’s
Clyde Tunnel on Sunday,
three of them “serious”.
EXCLUSIVE
®
ENGLAND football
by JERRY LAWTON
A TERROR suspect
accused of sharing details
about Prince George’s
school yesterday denied
plotting and encouraging
attacks.
Husnain Rashid, 32, is
alleged to have posted
details and a photo of the
four-year-old royal on
Telegram, a messaging site
popular with extremists.
He is also said to have
encouraged users to target
George’s London school.
Rashid pleaded not guilty
to three counts of engaging
in conduct in preparation
of terrorist acts, one of
encouraging terrorism and
two of dissemination of a
terrorist publication.
Appearing at Woolwich
Crown Court, he also
denied failing to comply
with a notice under the
Regulation of Investigatory
Powers Act.
Rashid is also accused of
committing terrorist acts,
including messaging
people in Islamic State
territory and plotting a
trip to Syria and Turkey.
The charges also allege
he published statements
encouraging others “to
commit, prepare or
instigate acts of
terrorism”.
A trial date has been set
for May 14.
FAST food giant
McDonald’s is creating
1,000 new managers jobs
across the UK following
its “excellent” start to
the year.
The US company said it
needed more managers as
it continued to refurbish
its restaurants, upgrade
kitchens and press ahead
with new technology such
as self-order screens.
The firm announced a 5.5
per cent increase in global
sales for the first quarter
of 2018 with a 0.8 per cent
rise in customers.
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Shannon
tee shame
A SICK reveller wore a fancy dress
costume mocking evil Karen Matthews at
®
a “ginger icons” theme night in Magaluf.
The man is pictured wearing a wig and a
T-shirt bearing a picture of Shannon, who was
used in a fake kidnap plot by mum Karen.
The costume shocked Twitter users when
the images went viral, with one saying: “This
is too much,” and another writing: “o MY GOD.”
®
Tickets
on spot
A SET of unused tickets for
the Euro 96 football tournament is up for sale.
The book of 31 tickets covering all the matches from
the first round to the Wembley final were found in a
suitcase used to stash cigarette cards at a home in
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.
The total face value is
£1,680, but the tickets will
carry an estimate of £150 at
the auction by Hansons, in
Etwall, Derbys, on May 23.
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ARCTIC MONKEYS have
already emerged as favourites
for the Hyundai Mercury Music
Prize, a month before releasing
their new album.
The band are bookies’ fave to
nab the prestigious honour,
which will be announced at
London’s Eventim Apollo
Hammersmith in September.
Calvin in
top Scot
No Flack from Court
Picture: GCIMAGES
SORRY Rod Stewart,
The Proclaimers and
bagpipers, but Calvin
Harris is officially Scotland’s favourite
musician.
Music
listening
company
PPL have
confirmed
the DJ is the
most-played
Scottish artist
of the 21st century, his
hits being played on
average every six
minutes! Texas are
second, Emeli Sande
third, Lulu fourth and
Travis fifth.
BRITPOP originators Suede
are back with a new album, The
Blue Hour, in September.
The LP features a choir and
spoken word and is described
as being about “the time of day
when the light is fading and
night is closing in”. Song titles
like Wastelands and Flytipping
couldn’t be any more Suede-y!
CAROLINE Flack has the
blessing of Courtney Act
after getting engaged to
Andrew Brady. Courtney,
aka Shane Jenek, got very
cosy with Brady in the CBB
House earlier this year.
But she isn’t jealous of
Caroline, telling me: “She
is a fun person. She gets the
seal of approval from both
Shane and Courtney!”
KATY LOOKS
ALL WHITE
IT’S snow joke – this really is Katy
Perry dressed as Snow White!
The Roar singer channelled the princess as part of American Idol’s Disney
night. KP brought along pet pooch
Nugget kitted out in a Minnie Mouse
costume, but Prince Orlando Bloom
failed to show.
However, I’m sure if Katy ever
eats dodgy fruit Orlando
would happily give her
the kiss of life.
Picture: GETTY
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SUMMER is coming
and that means Capital
Summertime’s Ball.
Shawn Mendes,
Rudimental, Charlie
Puth, Jax Jones and.
Jess Glynne all play
Tickets for June’s ball
at
go on sale Thursday
8am from Capitalfm.
WORLD
Zayn so Had it
with single life
AFTER just three weeks apart Zayn
„
Malik and Gigi Hadid are well and
truly back on.
The couple couldn’t bear to be away
from each other and have given their
relationship another shot.
The singer and model were spotted
full-on snogging in New York, after
he recently refused to comment on the
status of their relationship.
Perhaps hearing Zayn’s new single Let
Me, all about his love for Gigi, on the
radio, did the trick after all.
„
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
JAMES CABOOTER’S
CAUGHT LIVE
CARDLE ‘SECRET’ COMEBACK
COMEBACK star Matt
Cardle is working on a top
secret pop project with
the legendary producer
Trevor Horn.
The hitmaker behind Frankie
Goes To Hollywood, Seal and
Robbie Williams first teamed
up with Cardle for his own live
shows in 2016.
And now the former X Factor
champ is plotting a fresh collab with
one of the biggest names in British
music.
Matt told me: “We are working on a
project with Trevor Horn, it’s his
project but I’m involved with it, but
it’s top secret so I can’t say too much.
But what I can say is
I’m definitely
doing
more shows over the summer with
Trevor, and his band are incredible.
The songs of his I get to sing are
monumental – Owner Of A Lonely
Heart, The Power Of Love, Relax.
“It’s mad to sing these 30 or
40-year-old classic hits to crowds of
40,000 with him.”
Matt’s grown close to Horn’s inner
circle and teamed up with his son
for a track on his new album, Time
To Be Alive.
He explained: “The song Human
Nature I wrote with Aaron Horn –
Trevor’s son, and it was a more electronic sound that I wanted to chase
down and make the most of.”
Lyrically, many of the tracks are
about Matt’s battle with prescription drug addiction, but he has no
regrets.
He said: “I found myself with so
much material to pour into this
album. In a sadistic way I was glad
of the
rehab trouble because
a lot of art comes
SKINDRED
02 ACADEMY
BRIXTON
My Jam, were received as
excitedly as tracks
from second album
Roots Rock Riot. The
crowd was fired up by
frontman Benji Webbe,
who was sensitive during
heartfelt Saying It Now and
scathing when he thought
he wasn’t getting 100%
back. Because that’s
exactly what
Skindred gave.
Picture: REDFERNS
Matt is
reborn
by Horn
with SAM MAYERS
THIS rock/metal/ragga mob are one of
the UK’s most reliable live acts and
are rarely less than the highlight of
any bill they’re on.
Despite being almost 20 years into
their career, the band hasn’t been
afraid to try new things or perhaps
that should be Big Tings – the name
of their latest powerful opus.
Highlights from that set, Machine,
originally recorded as a duet with
Reef singer Gary Stringer, and That’s
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Game on
for Kanye
KANYE West missed the
birth of his third child – as he
was too busy playing
Connect Four.
Having experienced child
birth twice before, the rapper
missed out on the screams,
and played the game as he
and Kim Kardashian’s
surrogate delivered their
baby Chicago. Kim said: “I
made Kourtney be in the
room, we had a connecting
room and Kanye was in the
other room playing Connect
Four with his friends, not
really paying attention.”
Ed getting
all Narstie
JUST releasing a bestselling
album of his own isn’t
enough for Ed Sheeran.
The number of collaborations he’s been involved with
has topped 20 in the past
years after landing a song on
Big Narstie’s new album
BDL Bipolar.
Narstie’s forthcoming LP,
out July 6, is packed with
collaborations, so of course
serial featurer Ed makes an
appearance – on track Hello,
Hi 2. Also featuring are Craig
David, Raleigh Ritchie and
Izzie Gibbs.
from a dark painful place, I was glad
for that darkness to come.”
Now he’s back in a good place and
even willing to return to X Factor.
He said: “I have no ill feeling toward Simon or the show – if they
want to chat I’m on the end of the
phone.”
Time To Be Alive is out now.
Busy Rita over Ora-ed
WITH less than
two weeks to
„
go, Rita Ora has
begun rehearsing
for her The Girls
Tour.
Exhausted Reets
is rehearsing at all
hours, plus shooting
the music video for
Girls – believed to
be starring Cardi B,
Bebe Rexha, and
Charli XCX.
Plus, Rita has
announced two
shows away from
She’ll be
tour.
her
joining Craig David
at the Kent Event
Centre in Maidstone
in August, and the
County Ground in
Northampton.
„
A jean genius
er
DUA Lipa is celebrating anoth
week of chart domination.
n Harris
Her collaboration with Calvi
week at
for One Kiss is set to claim a third comede’s
Gran
a
Arian
keep
No1 as they
from
back track No Tears Left To Cry
still
the top spot. Good to see she’s
not too cool for double denim though...
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
As he runs out of skin, Becks has the
solar system tattooed on his head...
Life for
throttle
father
A WEALTHY antiques
dealer has been jailed for at
least 24 years for strangling
his seven-year-old
daughter.
Former Israeli soldier
Robert Peters, 56, throttled
Sophia with a dressing
gown cord last November.
When she woke up and
asked what he was doing,
Peters said “sorry” but
carried on anyway.
Afterwards, he called 999
to report what he had done
at the £1million family
home in Wimbledon,
south-west London.
Sophia was taken to
hospital but died next day.
It came just one month
after suicidal Peters – who
had researched child
killers – had been found
not to be a threat by a child
protection team.
Jailing him for life, Mr
Justice Edis told the Old
Bailey: “It is impossible to
imagine the last conscious
minutes of that child’s life.
“She was a lovely girl
who loved her parents and
thought they loved her.”
STAR
A STUDENT
who sold her
virginity to a New
York banker for £1m
has fallen for him.
Jasmine, 20, from Paris,
said they will “date
each other again”.
BURST
BORROWED TIME
MILLIONS of Brits feel
they are living beyond
their means and only get
by on credit, a study by
Vantage Leasing found.
THE NEXT
STOP IS
URANUS!
DAVID Beckham has
showed off his striking
new scalp tattoos.
The body-art loving footballer
revealed his new inkings at
a charity event in Macau’s
five-star Parisian Macao hotel
in China.
STARRY-EYED: Beckham
Now fans are sure to joke that
the only possible space left on the
football star’s body to ink might be
in a more intimate place.
Dad-of-four Becks is famous for
his intricate ink and is covered
from head-to-toe in exotic symbols
and designs. His newest emblem is
Picture: REX/SHUTTERSTOCK
MURDERED: Sophia
® by RUTH McKEE
a detailed planetary design that
can just be made out through his
closely cropped hair.
The 42-year-old has used his skin
as a canvas for body art and his
latest markings join over 40 other
tattoos on his body.
The solar system branding has
been tattooed onto his skin just
above a cluster of soaring birds of
prey that fly up behind his ear.
He got the flock inked on his
neck in November – one of five
times he went under the needle
last year. The jet-setting England
ace also revealed he was so
exhausted with jetlag when
he returned from his stint
in China he accidentally
sent his mum a racy text.
Sharing the exchange on
social media he posted a
screen grab of a note to his
mother where he called her
“hot” by accident after she
said: “Hi just wondering if
your home xx.”
“Hey your hot back this
morning went to the country now at […] just going to
bed soon,” he told his mum.
Mum Sandra was amused
replying: “Looks like your
tired by your message!”
HOT WATER: Becks accidentally sent his mum racy message
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SOLAR, SO GOOD:
David Beckham
proudly shows off his
latest tattoo of the
planets on his scalp
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
TELLY ROLE: Barker
Ban on
cons
getting
jail oats
I locked myself away
over stalker torment
LILY’S HELL AS
‘COPS IGNORE
KILL THREAT’
PRISONERS have been
banned from buying
porridge for breakfast.
Bosses at
HMP Parc in
Bridgend,
south Wales,
reportedly
think it is a
“security risk”.
Inmate Stephen
Bruno, writing in lags’
mag Inside Time, said:
“They claim it could be
used to block up door
locks.”
He added: “Porridge was
served in prison for over a
century, hence doing time
was known as ‘doing a bit
of porridge’, so it seems
incredible.”
One former lag said
Ronnie Barker, who starred
in BBC sitcom Porridge in
the 1970s, would be
“turning in his grave”.
Director of the G4S-run
prison, Janet Wallsgrove,
confirmed the dish was
“not available”.
® by SAM MAYERS
LILY Allen became a prisoner in her
own home because police refused
to believe she was being terrorised
by a stalker who “wanted to kill
me”.
The singer has lifted the lid on her
seven-year torment at the hands of disturbed
fan Alex Gray.
But when officers refused to take her complaints
seriously she locked herself away for months
fearing he would attempt to murder her.
Gray, who was eventually convicted of harassment and then sectioned indefinitely by a judge
in 2016, broke into Lily’s home and planned to
stab her in the face.
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He had contacted the singer on social media,
given her offensive letters and passed on a
“romantic CD”. Speaking on George Ezra &
Friends podcast, 32-year-old Lily said: “It was
really horrendous, he broke into my house and it
later transpired he did intend to kill me and that
really spun me out.
“It wasn’t validated by the police, they sort of
tried to play it down, and it wasn’t until the trial
that I found out what his intentions were.”
Lily said the police continuously reassured her
“everything is fine” and she
felt unable to turn to anyone
as they failed to take her
reports seriously.
She continued: “Because
of the lack of validation by
the police I didn’t feel I
could talk to anyone about
it, not friends or family.
“When a crime is committed, people’s point of reference is how serious the
police take it.
“So when I was saying:
‘This guy broke in and it
was really scary’ people
asked: ‘Well what does the
police say?’ and I go: ‘They
•
say not to be scared and
everything is fine.’
“I just didn’t want to talk
about it. I became cut off. I
•
was spending all my time at
home alone. I slept a lot,
and I cried a lot.”
The star had previously
said in a statement how she
•
was “left terrified for me
and my children’s safety”
•
when Gray entered her bedroom in her London flat.
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A DECORATOR who told
police he bought a Taser to
light his cooker has been
jailed for three years.
Aaron Jolosa, 28, bought
the electric shock weapon
disguised as an iPhone.
He was stopped in his
BMW by police for an
insurance check when
officers found the Taser in
the driver’s side pocket.
Jolosa said he bought it
on holiday in Bodrum,
Turkey, and thought it was
a gadget to light a cooker.
He pleaded guilty at
Cardiff Crown Court to
possessing a disguised
firearm and was jailed for
three years.
Jolosa, of Cwmbran,
Monmouthshire, smiled as
he was sentenced and led
away saying: “It’s better
than five.”
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Health
pot plan
on way
MEDICAL marijuana will
be available in the UK
within the next three to
five years, an expert
has claimed.
A conference aiming to
boost investment in the
cannabis industry heard
the floodgates could open
if the Home Office gives a
licence to a six-year-old lad
suffering from epilepsy.
The parents of Alfie
Dingley, who has up to 30
seizures a day, claim
cannabis oil helps him.
Cam Battley, boss of
Aurora Inc – a cannabis
supplier in the country –
added: “In three to five
years you will see a
medical system in the UK.
“Not long after that,
legalisation will happen.
Guarantee.”
One conference executive
said: “Once one licence is
issued, how can they
deny others? A precedent
has been set.”
Campaigners think that
the Windrush scandal will
put more pressure on the
beleaguered government
department.
Later this year, Canada
will become the first
country in the G8 group,
which includes the UK, to
decriminalise the drug.
Pay &
dismay
A TRAINEE kebab
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facing a grilling after this
parking mishap
The courier backed his
Peugeot 307 horizontally
on a meter.
But luckily for him,
Oz, boss of Oz’s
Pizza and Kebab House
in Dawlish, Devon, saw
the funny side, posting a
picture on Facebook.
He said: “We are
pleased to confirm (with
the exception of the
driver who sustained
extensive bruising to his
ego) nobody was hurt.”
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Fans battle for tickets
BENIDORM fans are clamouring to get tickets for a
live version after learning
the show will end on TV
tomorrow night.
Writer Derren Litten, 47, announced on Twitter this week’s
episode will be the last after an
11-year run – but it will live on
in the theatre.
Derren said Benidorm Live was
the “best bumper episode” he had
ever written and was full of naughty gags not suitable for telly.
Many of the 150 dates on the UK
tour – which kicks off at Newcastle’s Theatre Royal on September 7
– are already sold out and seats
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by JERRY LAWTON
were last night on sale at up to five
times their £16.50 face value.
The show features most of the
stars of the TV show including Jake
Canuso, Janine Duvitski, Adam
Gillen and Sherrie Hewson.
Extra dates are due to be added
next year due to high demand.
Derren has signed a contract banning the show from being recorded
and released on DVD.
He said: “I don’t care about the extra revenue. This is a show that
needs to be experienced in the theatre, not in a living room.”
ITV bosses declined to comment.
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TENANTS’ EXTRA
TENANTS are paying over
£1billion a year for repairs
their landlords should have
carried out, says a survey
by letting agents UNCLE.
THEATRE RUN: Stars of the show will take to the stage
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
INVITES: Harry’s bride
Meg’s
brother
in plea
on rift
WE DON’T WANT TO
BMWORRY CarYOU
BUT...
firm can’t stop thieves
CAR maker BMW has claimed
it is powerless to stop crooks
hacking into its motors.
The German manufacturer admitted
its keyless models are vulnerable to
thieves using gadgets available online.
“Theft kits” that hack a car door
open can be bought on eBay and
Amazon for as little as £100 and
have helped car crime soar by
more than 50% nationally.
Despite the growing problem, BMW has insisted it cannot accept any responsibility.
It said in emails to a customer
that while such thefts were
“extremely regrettable, we cannot take responsibility”.
The company insisted the stolen motors were an “act involving the highest level of criminal energy” and added: “BMW is
powerless against criminal mechanism.”
The comments were made to a customer
from Surrey whose £55,000 keyless BMW
MEGHAN Markle’s
brother has begged her
to mend their family
split, saying she is
“embarrassed” by it all.
Thomas Markle Jr, 51,
said he had no idea he
had fallen out with the
royal-to-be until his invite
to her upcoming wedding
to Prince Harry failed
to arrive.
The window fitter said:
“I didn’t even know that we
had a falling-out, so I would
like to see her again.
“I want to give her a hug
and tell her how proud
I am of her.
“She’s probably just
embarrassed at some
of the stories and
accusations.
“I think my family’s
always been fractured.
“Now, more than ever, it
should be the time for
everybody to put their
differences aside.”
COUPLES who marry
on the Royal wedding
day could get a free
£1,000 spread of takeaways.
The Just Eat app is
offering the grub to brides
and grooms who email
wedding@just-eat.co.uk
with a photo of them
eating their favourite
food and proof of their
wedding details.
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STAR
A 15st
halibut that was
caught in the North
Sea off the Scottish
coast is being
sold at Davy’s Locker
fishmongers in
Bridport, Dorset.
BURST
Vets’ rave
drug help
WOOL IT FLY?
A WOOLLEN Spitfire
fighter measuring 10ft was
made for the RAF’s 100th
birthday by crochet fans in
Thirsk, North Yorks.
Jen rearly
so peachy
FORMER hooker and Ex On The Beach
star Jenny Thompson shows off the
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results of her 3D bum lift as she parades
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SOLDIERS suffering with
post-traumatic stress
disorder could be cured
with the rave drug ecstasy,
say scientists.
A study of veterans
affected by the condition
found the party drug
cleared most symptoms.
But sufferers were
warned they should seek
medical help first.
Dr Allison Feduccia,
representing American
experts based in California, said it may have a role
to play in the future
treatment of PTSD.
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up and down a Spanish beach.
The 28-year-old tattooed babe showcased
her new peachy behind as she frolicked in
the sand in an eye-catching skimpy
Mermaid swimsuit.
Jenny hit headlines in 2010 after
a night with England football hero
Wayne Rooney, 32, and later revealed she
had worked as a call girl before becoming
a reality TV celebrity.
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® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
was stolen from his driveway. West Midlands police and crime commissioner David Jamieson said: “BMW’s attitude towards
this driver is arrogant and outrageous.”
A total of 89,000 vehicles were stolen in
England and Wales in the last year –
a rise of 56%, according to the
Office for National Statistics.
Mike Hawes, from the Society
of Motor Manufacturers and
Traders, said: “Manufacturers
are investing billions of pounds
in ever more sophisticated
security features.
“However, technology can only
do so much and we continue to
call for action to stop the open sale
of devices which help criminals.”
A BMW spokesman said last night: “Our
specialist security teams work constantly
to design and enhance the best possible
vehicle security systems.”
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The third batch of Big
Brother housemates –
Jade Goody, Kate Lawler,
PJ, that lot – are getting
headline-grabbingly lairy.
And one bloke in particular
can’t take his eyes off it – he’s
not allowed to.
Years from now, this guy, 24-yearold Alex Horne, will invent a hit
show of his own – a hilarious,
Bafta-nominated gameshow called
Taskmaster, in which top comics
including Frank Skinner, Al
Murray and Bob Mortimer tackle barmy challenges he’s dreamt
up for them.
But for now he’s in a crummy
job as a Big Brother logger.
That means he taps in details
of every move the housemates
make. It’s an unglamorous
slog (“I’m good at touch-typing, I don’t get ill much,
those are the qualifications…”) but the experience
is leaving its mark.
“PJ was the one Jade had a
thing with…” Alex recalls
now, 16 years on, as we chat
in a bar in London’s Regent
Street.
“It did feel quite odd, like
we shouldn’t be watching it,
especially in the gallery.”
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LOGGING IN:
PJ and Jade on
Big Brother when
Alex worked logging
housemates’ antics
But far from playing down his
links with that show, Alex freely
admits Big Brother 3 – to which he
became “completely addicted” –
helped inspire his own TV hit.
OK, not the under-the-sheets stuff,
but the unpredictable behaviour,
the soap opera feel – and, yes, the
weird tasks.
Lug a boulder as far as you can.
Knock down a row of rubber ducks.
Steer a wheelie bin through an
obstacle course (one person inside,
the others blindfolded, nobody
speaking English).
Those are some of the brilliantly
pointless challenges Alex has set
contestants on Taskmaster. Challenges that might never have been
dredged from the depths of his
mind, had BB not planted that seed
of an idea.
“The best bit of the Big Brother
job was that two weeks before it
started they sent us in as practice
housemates,” he recalls.
“Not to stay, but to test the games
etc. So yes, that was inspiring.”
More so, I’d guess, than working
on a potato farm, another of his
pre-comedy jobs?
“Yes, for that I was at a conveyor
belt, removing any that were
mouldy – and any toads.
“That’s why, hopefully, your own
potatoes have never had toads with
them.”
It’s thanks to people like Frank
Skinner, on the other hand, that
Taskmaster finally took off on Dave
in 2015, several other channels
having declined.
Getting Frank on board for series
one convinced other comics to
follow. “Persuading him was weird
at first. We had lunch, and he was
just doing jokes…”
Since then, those who’ve taken on
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gloriously unpredictable Taskmaster himself, Greg Davies, with “Little” Alex as his sidekick – include
Hugh Dennis, Josh Widdicombe,
Katherine Ryan, Tim Key, Rob
Beckett, Mel Giedroyc and Noel
Fielding.
One particularly apt task for Mel
and Noel – Bake Off hosts past and
present – was to destroy a cake. Mel
crushed hers. Noel put his in a
washing machine.
Another time, contestants were
challenged to score a goal. “Noel
thought it would be with a ball,”
Alex explains. “But it was with a
plastic bag. He was so frustrated.
He’s actually brilliant at football.
He wanted to show people.”
Yes, the comics on Taskmaster do
get competitive.
Russell Howard, for instance –
who’s in the new series (starting
tomorrow) with Tim Vine, Liza
Tarbuck, Alice Levine and Asim
Chaudhry – “starts off quite
alpha”.
Tim Vine is “very competitive
and very silly at the same time,
probably the ideal contestant”.
But come on, Alex, is dreaming
up daft challenges any way for a
grown man to earn a living?
Alex smiles. “It took me a while to
accept this, but I do think making
comedy is worthwhile. It makes
people happy.
“When you get messages from
people saying, ‘It’s kept us going’
when they’ve had an illness in the
family, I think, yeah, it’s doing some
good.
“I’ve had times when I’ve not been
convinced it’ll pay the bills.
“That’s when you have doubts –
especially touring, away from my
family.” (Alex and wife Rachel have
three sons, aged five, seven and
eight). But those doubts are surely
long gone.
Besides three further Taskmaster
series, plus versions screened
abroad, there’s his musical comedy
band The Horne Section, with a
Palladium special on Dave later
this month.
That, plus The Button, for BBC
One, where families tackle challenges at home, dished out by Alex
via a box in their living room.
“I’m actually talking to them from
a little booth, like when people
enter Big Brother’s Diary Room. So
it does feel a bit full circle!”
And since we’re back on that subject, would Alex fancy being a Big
Brother housemate for real?
“I’d love to,” he says, “if it weren’t
filmed and broadcast!”
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tomorrow at 9pm. The Button
continues on BBC One on Friday at
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Who next, Johnny Briggs returning as Mike Baldwin? ANNE
So Corrie’s Connor Mcintyer
and Les Dennis are to appear
in Panto together. For me Connor
belongs in the film industry. And
Les belongs in, well Er, panto.
LEO,LEEDS
Just been watching Azerbaijan F1 race some of these
drivers shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a F1 track absolute
nutters. SCOUSE
So BBC waiver TV licence for
live royal wedding (live TV)
so does that mean they will scrap
licence for the 95% of repeats
they show? Geoff N/cle
Re this being the very last
series of TVS Benidorm.
Guess it means that yet more out
of work so called entertainers
will be doing the reality show
circuit. PHANTOM TEXTER
Is it wrong that i really want
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head in them PPI ads? SAW
I actually know someone who
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mi uncle once walked under a ladder, and for the next 40yrs all his
thing. robtin
The Windrush Scandal began on hair fell out. pete the blade.
Theresa May’s Home Office watch.
May Day is when the barrier
Rudd had to go but the PM should go
between our world and the world of
with her. Dave G Swindon
elves, imps and pixies is so weak they
Amber Rudd resigned on 29th of are able to come and cause mischief
April, just before May. PUB- and mayhem. That’s what comes of soft
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borders. Duffy
So amber rudd forced to resign it
Ch 5 Britain’s cocaine epidemic.
should be may and the rest of the
Highlights laws regarding the
front bench too. THE PLEB
prohibition on drugs does not work.
Nature’s wonderful, i watchd a People i know have worked hard and
magpie with a dry piece of bread each blown £200,000 on cocaine, money
take it to a gutter t wet it’ so could eat going into the wrong hands. Legalising
it..Then theres Amber Rudd! BOB
drugs would help reduce crime and the
Another conservative minister money created could be used for educahaving to resign due to the past tion on drugs in schools, for early interactions of traitor Mr Tony Blair, he vention and rehabilitation. Illegal
should be held account for what he has drugs can afflict any family and
done to this great country over his their friends, addiction does not disterm. Tony Hull
criminate Red fred
Ant McPartlin is right in leaving
my condolences go to little Alfie’s
rehab. I’m not too sure of what goes
parents. Didn’t the people who
on in Rehab but being around friends released 1000 balloons realise the damand relatives has got to be the way with age it could cause farmers livestock
control by himself sounds right. Keep
when they came down? I bet
well Ant. Farouk Crossthey’ve never seen an
hill
animal choke to death.
Let’s hope that when
Calstock kid
Ant McPartlin messStop shopping on line
es up again (because he
or you are going to
lose your high street
will) he mans up and
andad
When my gr
doesn’t go scampering
stores
for good. JL
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died he wasthrough
Brexit: We need
back to the safety of
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cruise goin abet.
someone
with guts
rehab. LEONORA F
the alph
Is anyone else sick
to face Barnier, Juncker
say he
you could C.
of that Ant playing
& Co. May & Davis didn’t
died at
have any. Time to send
the victim? He was drink
op
tony, works
driving, says sorry then
Mogg & Co. ANNE FIELD
What planet is civil servgets a fine that to what he’s
ant Olly Robbins on
worth is about £5 in real
pushing for Customs Partnership. we
money. anon
Boo hoo poor Ant he’s unhappy, will be tied to EU for ever. This has got
gone to rehab for a couple of wks to be stopped. anon
why the hell does china get 47 MILthen expects normal people to believe
LION off us in foreign aid! Put that
he’s sorry! anon
What about normal hardworking cash to protecting our borders with all
people losing there jobs and homes our experienced ex soldiers who desnot able to feed or clothe there familys. perately need work and sum of them
Real problems, Ant ur a Multi million- help. They get NOTHING ELSE. jimmy
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lefty loons and Trump haters faces
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there & make the roads safer. MONK H least he did something to bring north
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from rehab one month and Ant Mc useless Obama. jellyhead
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and addicted, next all better .. give him
she parades around in a bikini. Well I
an award for great acting! stig2
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Stop taking drugs and drinking 2 50-year-old body. Davey
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much u stupid jumped up twit. Jimi
she’s kidding. Seeing her in a
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£120k to
buy this
rare old
Rolex
A RARE Rolex watch
bought for just £69 in 1966
could fetch as much as
£120,000 when it goes
under the hammer.
The Rolex Submariner
5513 is one of only a small
number made in the 1960s
with an Explorer 3-6-9 dial
– which shows numbers
three, six and nine.
This timepiece was never
serviced by Rolex after it
was bought, as in many
cases owners who had
them serviced found the
maker replaced its dial.
The watch, bought in
Doncaster, comes with its
receipt and a 1965 Rolex
catalogue, having been
owned by the same person
since it was bought.
David Hare, from
Gardiner Houlgate
auctioneers in
Wiltshire, said: “This
is a rare watch that’s
going to attract
interest from all over
the world.”
The watch will be
sold on May 23 along
with a rare James Bond
Rolex Submariner,
which could fetch
£18,000 and a Rolex
Cosmograph Daytona
estimated at £20,000.
STAR
TAXI actor
Danny DeVito, 73,
has been honoured
with his own day. New
Jersey has declared
the star’s November 17
birthday will now be
known as “Danny
DeVito Day”.
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Train hell
of tot, 3
A CHILD aged three was
the alleged victim of a sex
attack on a train.
Between 2013 and 2017
there were 112 reported
offences on trains and at
railway stations in Wales.
The allegations against
victims, aged three to 61,
included sexual assault,
exposure and one of
causing or inciting a child
to engage in sexual activity.
Insp Phil Hyatt, of
British Transport Police,
said: “Historically these
type of offences have been
up to 90% under-reported,
so we’re happy people are
now confident to report
these offences to us.”
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Hailey Baldwin cavort in tiny bikinis during
a sun-kissed boat ride in Miami.
Bella, 21, looked as though she was wearing
nothing in a nude-coloured outfit.
Hailey, daughter of Hollywood star
Stephen, was later seen straddling her
friend. Earlier the pair were snapped cuddling in
an Instagram post on Planta South Beach.
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PIE AND
GNASH!
Steel plate in snack
A PIE firm was fined £25,000 after spiking
its own snack with metal for a health and
safety check – then missing it.
The food company put a steel plate covered in red
plastic into a chicken and bacon slice to test their
bakery’s metal detectors.
ON A FAST TRACK
TRAVELLERS could get
from London to Bordeaux
in south-west France in
less than five hours using
a new direct rail link.
SHOCK: Consumer found
piece of metal like these
But it was lost during the checks – and later found
inside the £1.50 savoury
snack by a customer, a ® by JACK BELLAMY
by staff at Peter’s Food
court was told
Peter’s Food Services pie factory in Caerphilly.
Magistrates in Newport,
was also ordered to pay
the shocked consumer Gwent, heard that the
£500 in compensation company has since reafter admitting putting viewed, revised and simunsafe food on the market.
plified its procedures.
The firm supplies the
Caerphilly Cllr Eluned
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YOU SORRY LOT!
® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
APOLOGETIC Brits say
sorry up to seven times
a day for no reason.
A total of 58% said they
were most likely to apologise
for not hearing someone.
The second biggest reason given was walking into someone
accidentally (55%) followed by
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attention (28%).
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As well as apologising unnecessarily, 70% of adults admit to
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BRITAIN’S biggest Superman
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„
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collection of memorabilia.
Tasmin Humphries has more than 1,750
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two-bedroom flat in Worcester. The
24-year-old said: “I’m addicted to
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“My boyfriend isn’t into Superman
but he understands we need space
for my growing collection.”
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ways due to worries over what
others might think.
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do not wear the clothes we like
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we are addicted to saying sorry,
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AN 18-year-old has been
arrested on suspicion of
attempted murder after a
car ploughed into crowds.
The man, from Newport,
Gwent is one of four people
detained in connection
with the incident, which
took place in the city at
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Kayak trip
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HIT: Corbett in 80s sitcom
A COMMUTER fed up of
his daily bus journey
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£30 kayak bought on eBay.
Tom Hards, from Stroud,
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most popular ever,
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6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Rip Off Britain: Food (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Properties purchased in Kent,
Liverpool and London. (W) (S)
11.00 A1: Britain’s Longest Road
Lives hang in the balance after a
car careers off the A1. (AD) (W) (S)
11.45 The Housing Enforcers
Matt Allwright meets a Liverpool
tenant whose family faces eviction. (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Contestants
compete at Wetherby racecourse. (R)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 BBC Regional News
1.45 Doctors Rob tries to help an old
man being exploited by a criminal who
has set up home in his house. (W) (S)
2.15 800 Words Everyone is talking
about George and Fiona’s clinch after
the cricket match and events come to
a head in the street. Comedy drama,
starring Erik Thomson. (AD) (W) (S)
3.00 Escape To The Country
Alistair Appleton meet a couple
seeking a home in rural Shropshire
for their £500,000 budget. (W) (S)
3.45 Flipping Profit Philip Serrell,
Melissa Downhill and Micaela Sharp
head to Hay-On-Wye. (AD) (W) (S)
4.30 Flog It! From Powderham Castle
in Devon, where Will Axon and Mark
Stacey find treasures. (R) (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News At Six, Weather
6.30 BBC Regional News
6.55 Party Election Broadcast
EastEnders:
Phil offers Max a
cash bribe to
leave the
Square,
7.30pm
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11
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TV GUIDE
BBC Two
6.00 Flog It! Trade Secrets
A look behind the scenes at Longleat
House in Wiltshire. (R) (W) (S)
6.30 A1: Britain’s Longest Road
Return of the programme about
the people who keep traffic flowing
along the A1. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
7.10 The Super League Show
Including highlights of Hull Kingston
Rovers v Leeds Rhinos. (W) (S)
8.00 Sign Zone: Sea Cities –
Brighton (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
10.00 Live Snooker:
The World Championship
Coverage of day 11 at the Crucible
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12.00 Daily Politics (W) (S)
1.00 Live Snooker: The World
Championship Further coverage,
where two quarter-finals get under
way – John Higgins v Ricky Walden
or Judd Trump and Mark Williams or
Robert Milkins v Ali Carter. (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts
the quiz in which the winners of
famous gameshows work as a team
to tackle a new set of challengers
hoping to win a cash prize. (R) (W) (S)
6.30 Britain In Bloom In Stechford,
Birmingham, Chris Bavin meets a
group of volunteers entering their
town into It’s Your Neighbourhood, the
entry level scheme of Bloom. (W) (S)
Top Of
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With Tom
Kerridge:
The chef invites
meat producers
to test their
specialist cuts,
8pm
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current
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9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
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10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
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12.30 Loose Women Amy Schumer
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1.55 Regional News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
criminal barrister Robert Rinder
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3.00 Tenable Quiz show, hosted
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of London gym trainers answer
questions about top-ten lists. (W) (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
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5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
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Karen answer general knowledge
questions and work as a team to take
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and secure a cash prize. (W) (S)
6.00 Regional News, Weather
6.20 Party Election Broadcast
6.30 ITV Evening News (W) (S)
The Chase:
Bradley Walsh
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the popular
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Channel 4
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R) (S)
6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.10 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.30 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
9.00 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
9.35 Frasier Classic comedy. (R) (S)
10.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R) (S)
11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R)
12.00 Channel 4 News Summary
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1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers
London Road Pawnbrokers boss
Dan hunts for a local artist. (R) (S)
2.10 Countdown With Chris
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3.00 A Place In The Sun: Home
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the Lake District and the French Alps.
4.00 Escape To The Chateau:
DIY Nicole visits Angel to ask about
wallpaper she found in her chateau.
5.00 Four In A Bed Owners of The
Redstone in Blackpool compete for
the coveted best B&B title. (R) (S)
5.30 Buy It Now Hairdresser John
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hair product and Rifat hopes shoppers
will like her new kitchen aid. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons Lisa’s guinea
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family’s living room. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Lily and Prince’s
relationship is on the rocks. (R) (S)
Hollyoaks:
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furious with
Adam about
his outburst
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11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
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called to evict tenants from a flat
in London’s Docklands. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
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1.10 Access Showbiz news. (S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.15 NCIS The death of a Navy
commander brings the team back
into contact with NCIS agent and
Tony’s ex-lover EJ Barrett. (R) (S)
3.15 FILM: Running For Her Life
2016 (PG) Amateur triathlete Alison
Wynn hires a controversial trainer who
uses hypnotherapy as a training
technique, but the return of repressed
memories takes a toll on her family
life. Edited for violence. (W) (S)
5.00 5 News, Weather (R) (S)
5.30 Neighbours Liam rushes Jimmy
into hospital. When Amy arrives,
she is upset to learn that Liam
was Elly’s hot date. (AD) (R) (S)
6.00 Home And Away
Ash is rushed into hospital and Tori
is concerned that his kidney damage
may be permanent. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
Neighbours:
Jane learns of
the death of her
grandmother,
5.30pm
7.00 The One Show
Live chat and topical reports,
presented by Matt Baker
and Alex Jones. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders Whitney
tries again with Halfway but is
frustrated that he seems to be
hiding something. (AD) (W) (S)
7.00 Live Snooker:
The World Championship
Jason Mohammad presents
coverage of the concluding
session on day 11, where the
opening two quarter-finals
continue – Allen v Wilson and
Junhui or McGill v Hawkins. (S)
7.00 Emmerdale Frank shows
his commitment by buying a ring,
but Megan realises he is keeping
something from her. (AD) (W) (S)
7.30 Devon And Cornwall
Cops Sgt Colin Taylor swaps his
old life on the Isles of Scilly for a
new one in the city. (R) (W) (S)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.00 FIA World Rally
Championship Highlights
The Rally Argentina. Action
from the fifth round, held on the
gravel roads of Cordoba. (S)
8.00 Holby City An exhausted
Fletch clashes with Abigail when
an unexpected visitor turns up
on the ward and personal issues
distract Nicky from her big case.
Xavier’s patience is tested by a
tricky patient when details from
his past come to light. (W) (S)
8.00 Top Of The Shop
With Tom Kerridge Four
more producers with fledgling
businesses test out their products
on the locals in Malhamdale,
in the heart of the Yorkshire
Dales. This time it is the turn of
meat producers. (AD) (W) (S)
8.00 This Time Next Year
Davina McCall meets a lady
who wants to be able to smile for
the first time in 30 years, and a
music teacher who would love
to become a published author.
Plus, a schoolboy with dreams
of becoming a footballer. (W) (S)
8.00 Class Of Mum And Dad
It is the last week of term and
Class 6M are packing in some
last-minute revision. As many
of the pupils are struggling
with their revision, the high
performers of the real Year 6
are drafted in to help. (S)
8.00 The Yorkshire Vet
Peter Wright battles to save a
cow in labour, whose calf does
not want to come out. Much-loved
hamster Christopher Nibbles
has an ugly skin condition
and rescue dog Bella needs
surgery for a growing lump. (S)
9.00 The Split Acclaimed Centre 9.00 Hospital The critical care
9.00 The Royal Wives
Forward Diallo Diopo is in Noble
unit at Nottingham University
Of Windsor Exploring the
& Hale as Hannah is representing
Hospitals takes care of the Trust’s
responsibilities of being a royal
his fiancé in their pre-nup. Christie
sickest patients. The unit must
wife once the fairy tale wedding
excitedly talks his way in to the
take life-threatening cases coming
is over, from producing babies
negotiations, but is thrown when
in through A&E and also be able
to supporting good causes. With
he realises that the opposing
to accommodate patients who’ve
contributions from David Starkey
lawyer is his ex-wife. (AD) (W) (S)
undergone serious operations. (S)
and Jeremy Paxman. (W) (S)
10.00BBC News At Ten
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.30BBC Regional News
10.45Life And Death Row: In
Cold Blood With seven days to
execution, a former US Marine
meets a son he fathered on the
run, giving him a will to live.
His murder victim’s boys
recall the impact of having dad
brutally killed. (AD) (W) (S)
10.00Cunk On Britain
Philomena reaches the end of
her historical journey. Last in the
series. Diane Morgan stars. (W)
10.30Newsnight, Weather
Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Evan Davis. (W) (S)
11.15Snooker: The World
Championship Highlights of
the evening session on day 11
at the Crucible Theatre, featuring
Allen v Wilson and Junhui or
McGill v Hawkins. (W) (S)
11.45Obesity: The Post
Mortem Documentary revealing
how dangerous too much fat is to
peoples’ internal organs. Cameras 12.05 Snooker: World
Championship Extra
follow a pathology team as they
Jason Mohammad presents
conduct a post mortem. (AD) (R)
extended highlights of the quarter(W) (S) Followed by Weather For
finals. (W) (S) 2.05 Sign Zone:
The Week Ahead. (W) (S)
MasterChef: The Finals (AD) (R)
12.45-6.00 BBC News Catch up
with the latest headlines. (W) (S)
(SL) (W) (S) 3.05 Sign Zone: Secret
Agent Selection: WW2 (R) (W) (S)
4.05-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
9.00 My F-ing Tourette’s
9.00 British Airways:
Family Cameras follow Hayley
100 Years In The Sky
and Richard Davies-Monk,
Part one of a brilliant two-part
plus their sons Spencer, 13,
documentary charting the
and Lewis, nine. They are an
airline’s history, from the first
Oxfordshire family who confront
flight in 1919 tothe present
the daily challenges of living with
day. It begins with a look at the
the boys’ Tourette’s syndrome. (S)
early days of air travel. (S)
10.00ITV News At Ten
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.00Surviving The
10.00Missing Flight MH370:
Island With Bear Grylls
Inside The Situation Room
The host arrives on the island
For the first time, senior officials
and wants to discover the stories
on the front line reveal what
10.30Regional News, Weather
behind the castaways’ sometimes
happened behind closed
dubious survival strategies
doors as the disaster of the
10.45Harold Shipman: Doctor
before he returns with them to
missing Malaysia Airlines
Death Twenty years since the
civilisation. Last in the series. (S)
aeroplane unfolded. (S)
arrest of Britain’s most prolific
11.05Flight HS13 Simon has
11.05The Secret Life
serial killer, this documentary
vanished and Liv is filled with
Of The Long-Haul Flight
investigates how he got away with
doubt
and
anger.
Erik
is
not
Documentary following one of
murdering 250 patients. A trusted
officially assigned to the case
the planet’s longest flights – from
family doctor, Shipman’s killing
but he decides to investigate. He
London to Sydney – aboard one
spree began in the 1970s. (R)
discovers that the woman and
of the world’s biggest planes,
child boarded the plane in a city
the double-decker Airbus A380.
11.45The Durrells Henry Miller
near the Turkey-Iran border.
Filmed before, during and
comes to stay with the family and
after the flight, it features the
stirs up tension among Louisa
12.00
Ramsay’s
Kitchen
confessions of the cabin crew and
and her children with his strange
Nightmares
USA
(R)
(S)
12.55
the secret areas of the plane that
behaviour and the controversial
One Born Every Minute (R) 1.50 The
are off-limits to passengers. (R)
content of his books. (R) (W)
Supervet (R) (S) 2.45 The Channel:
12.35 Jackpot247 Live interactive
gaming. (W) 3.00 Loose Women.
Topical debate. (R) (W) 3.45 ITV
Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S)
The World’s Busiest Waterway (R)
(S) 3.40 Come Dine Champion Of
Champions (R) (S) 4.35 Steph And
Dom’s One Star To Five Star (R) (S)
5.00 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems (R) (S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
12.30 Funniest Fails, Falls &
Flops (R) 1.00 SuperCasino
3.10 Portillo’s Hidden History Of
Britain (R) 4.00 Britain’s Biggest
Mosque (R) 4.45 House Doctor (R)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Cats Make You Laugh Out
Loud 4 Videos featuring animals. (S)
8.25 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 According To Jim US sitcom.
9.40 According To Jim Hit comedy.
10.05 On Benefits: The Bargain
Queen Featuring a 60-year-old
who loves her car-boot sales. (S)
11.05 On Benefits: Life On The
Dole An ex-convict who has been
on benefits since being released. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors A man is
assaulted in the street by his wife. (S)
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents Paul Bohill and Steve
Pinner hit a snag when they try to
seize a taxi over a £3,000 debt. (S)
2.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents try to evict a woman
who owes £6,000 in unpaid rent. (S)
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 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
5.30 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Liam rushes
Jimmy into hospital. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 Home And Away Maggie is
determined to return to work. (AD) (S)
7.00 Police Interceptors
Cameras follow elite teams from the
Durham and Cleveland forces. (S)
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents Stewart and Elmor
attempt to collect £5,000 owed
by a debtor in North Wales. (S)
9.00 Rich Kids Go Skint
A young, self-made businessman
spends time living with a single
mother and her three children, who
survive on her disability benefits. (S)
10.00 FILM: Poltergeist 2015 (15)
Horror remake, with Sam Rockwell,
Rosemarie DeWitt and Jared Harris.
11.55 Dangerous Dog Owners
& Proud Document featurig people
whose dogs are either illegal,
trained to be dangerous, or both. (S)
1.00 Murder On The Internet (S)
2.00 Celeb Trolls: We’re Coming To
Get You (S) 3.00 When Kids Kill (S)
3.50 Access 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.05 Catch A Contractor
A Los Angeles couple who hired
contractors to baby-proof their home.
9.25 Rookie Blue Andy’s father – a
former policeman – admits he may
have committed a serious crime.
10.10 Law & Order The leader of the
African-American Congressis shot. (S)
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans A naval
psychologist is killed in close proximity
to a funeral procession. (AD) (S)
12.05 NCIS: New Orleans The naval
crime drama spin-off returns. (AD) (S)
1.05 NCIS Ziva travels with Tony to
Berlin in her pursuit of Bodnar.
2.00 Rookie Blue The discovery
of three severed heads in a car boot
leads Andy and Swarek to a mentally
unstable man, who manages to
evade capture. Missy Peregrym stars.
3.00 Law & Order Part one of
three. The team investigates when
the headless corpse of a film studio
executive is found floating in a river.
4.00 Law & Order A witness reveals
that personal trainer Newman flew
to Los Angeles on the night of the
murder. Sam Waterston stars. (S)
5.00 FILM: Boyfriend Killer 2017
(15) Thriller, starring Barbie Castro.
6.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS An admiral is found
executed by the side of a road.
8.00 NCIS Abby babysits a bright
nine-year-old while the rest of the
team searches for the youngster’s
missing father. Mark Harmon stars.
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Carisi’s future brotherin-law accuses his female parole
officer of rape. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit An elderly woman is
murdered. Jane Krakowski stars. (S)
10.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Novak targets a judge.
11.55 Rookie Blue Andy and Nick
continue to work undercover infiltrating
a meth pipeline. Missy Peregrym stars.
12.55 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 1.50 CSI:
NY (AD) (S) 2.50 CSI: Crime Scene
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4.00-6.00 Teleshopping. Home retail.
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MY F-ING TOURETTE’S FAMILY:
Channel 4, 9pm
LIFE hasn’t exactly been
easy for Oxfordshire parents
Hayley and Richard Davies-Monk.
That’s because their two boys
– 13-year-old Spencer and his
nine-year-old brother Lewis –
both have Tourette’s syndrome.
It means each lad is prone to
uncontrollable physical and
verbal tics, including blurting
out inappropriate words or
phrases without warning.
Which can make life tricky.
But they’ve had enough of
avoiding everyday situations
where other people might
have a problem with this. So in
tonight’s documentary MY F-ING
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REGIONAL VARIATIONS
BBC1 Variations Wales: 10.30 BBC Wales Today;
Weather 10.40 The Wedding Guru. New series. Documentary
following Onkar Singh Purewal, the self-styled ‘Greatest
Weddings planner the world has ever seen’. Cameras follow
him as he tries to create the perfect big day for his brides from
a hotel in the Rhondda, with his father, Sukhdev. 11.10 Life
And Death Row: In Cold Blood. With seven days to execution,
a former US Marine meets a son he fathered on the run, giving
him a will to live. His murder victim’s boys recall the impact of
having dad brutally killed. 12.10 Obesity: The Post Mortem.
Documentary revealing how dangerous too much fat is to
peoples’ internal organs. Cameras follow a pathology team as
they conduct a post mortem on the body of a 17-stone woman
whose body was donated to medical science. 1.10 Weather
For The Week Ahead 1.15-6.00 BBC News
BBC2 Variations Wales: 11.15 First Minister’s Questions
12.05 Snooker: The World Championship. Rob Walker
presents highlights of the evening session on day 11 at the
Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, featuring two of the quarterfinals. 12.55-2.05 Snooker: World Championship Extra.
Jason Mohammad presents extended highlights of the
quarter-finals on the 11th day of the ranking tournament at the
Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 12.35 ITV Nightscreen:
Text-based information service. ITV Wales: 10.45 Last Laugh
In Vegas: Showtime. After adjusting to life in Nevada, and
trying to impress flamboyant producer Frank Marino, Cannon
and Ball, Anita Harris, Kenny Lynch, Bernie Clifton and Su
Pollard take to the stage for their big gig in Las Vegas. With
Jess Conrad, Mick Miller and Bobby Crush also hoping to
wow the masses, it remains to be seen whether Frank’s hard
work has paid off. 12.10 Love Your Garden. Alan Titchmarsh
and his team come to the aid of nonagenarian Roberta and
her 86-year-old best friend and carer Enid, who live together
in a retirement bungalow in Wiveliscombe, Somerset.
Originally from Liverpool, the two plucky pensioners have
helped each other out countless times throughout the course
of their friendship, which has lasted seven decades. However,
they now find themselves trapped in their home by a
treacherous slope in their garden, so Alan plans to set them
free by designing a future-proofed garden in a vintage style.
S4C 6.00 Cyw: Yr Ysgol 6.15 Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I Ocido
6.25 Cyw: Halibalw 6.35 Cyw: Igam Ogam 6.50 Cyw: Sam
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7.25 Cyw: Dip Dap 7.30 Cyw: Patrôl Pawennau 7.45 Cyw:
Dona Direidi 8.00 Cyw: Syrcas Deithiol Dewi 8.10 Cyw:
Pingu 8.15 Cyw: Boj 8.30 Cyw: Abadas 8.40 Cyw: Bla Bla
Blewog 8.55 Cyw: Ben A Mali A’u Byd Bach O Hud 9.05
Cyw: Sbridiri 9.25 Cyw: Meripwsan 9.30 Cyw: Straeon Ty
Pen 9.45 Cyw: Pentre Bach 10.00 Cyw: Yr Ysgol 10.15
Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I Ocido 10.25 Cyw: Halibalw 10.35
Cyw: Igam Ogam 10.50 Cyw: Sam Tân 11.00 Cyw:
Chwedlau Tinga Tinga 11.10 Cyw: Sbarc 11.25 Cyw: Dip
Dap 11.30 Cyw: Patrôl Pawennau 11.45 Cyw: Dona Direidi
12.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 12.05 Y Ty Cymreig
12.30 Cwymp Yr Ymerodraethau 1.30 Only Men Aloud
2.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00
Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 3.05 Terry Price: Portread O
Bencampwr 3.30 Gwyllt Ar Grwydr 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00
Stwnsh: Ffeil 5.05 Stwnsh: Pigo Dy Drwyn 5.30 Stwnsh:
Gwboi A Twm Twm 5.45 Stwnsh: £Fi 6.00 Newyddion S4C
A’r Tywydd 6.05 04 Wal 6.30 Rownd A Rownd. Siân arrives
home from hospital after losing the baby and John tries his
best to comfort her. As Arthur lurks around Mags’ flat he
makes an interesting discovery. 7.00 Heno 7.30 Pobol Y
Cwm. Britt and Dani are in shock after following Garry to a
remote warehouse, and Dai is livid with Jim. 8.00 Ffit Cymru.
It is the halfway stage of the diet and fitness transformation
process, but it remains to be seen how many inches Leon,
Mathew, Catherine, Judith and Nic have lost this week. 9.00
Newyddion 9 A’r Tywydd. News and weather. 9.30 Y Ditectif.
Three years after the death of Kellie Gillard, a former pupil of
Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera, Mali Harries meets her family in Briton
Ferry. 10.00 Wil Ac Aeron: Taith Rwmania. Wil Hendreseifion
and Aeron Pughe spend time with a group of brothers who
fish the Danube Delta, as they spend two days with them in
their woodland hideout. 10.30 Cyfrinachau’r Meirw. Chwilio
am fedd Genghis Khan. Documentary following a team of
archaeologists and historians travelling through the mountains
of Northern Mongolia in search of Genghis Khan’s tomb.
11.30 Pobol Y Rhondda. Siôn Tomos Owen goes to Tonpentre
to meet former Pobol y Cwm actress Shelley Rees-Owen,
before his friends and family gather for the reveal of his map.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
JUST JANE
I can’t confess
past to new girl
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Hurt by
missing
invites
‘No sex’
fear on
sun trip
I GET on well with
my son and daughterin-law. They only live
five miles away and
visit us every Sunday
for a roast lunch.
But I’m aware they
host parties and
gatherings to which
we’re never invited.
There are no secrets
– my daughter-in-law
will talk about the
barbecue or New
Year’s Eve party
they’re planning and
it doesn’t cross her
mind to include us.
We’re not old –
we’re very young at
heart and always
invite them (and her
mother) to anything
we host.
So why doesn’t it
cross her mind to
return the favour?
She’s now planning
our son’s birthday
party and I think we
should be included.
MY girlfriend has become
very self-conscious of
late. She’s put weight on
and hates her body.
For the past three
months she’s refused to
have sex because she
hates the way she looks.
I tell her I don’t care
about the size of her belly.
I love her just the way she
is and feel rejected.
We’ve been together for
two years and aren’t
exactly the most romantic
couple in the world, but I
miss the intimacy.
We’re due to go on
holiday to Ibiza in late
June. She’s already said
she’s not taking a
swimming costume or
revealing clothes because
of her size.
I was looking forward to
sun, sangria and sex – it’s
all that’s kept me going
through the winter.
Does that mean she’ll
turn me down for sex out
there too?
I’VE done some terrible
things in my life and feel
so guilty.
As a teenager I got drunk,
stole cars and generally
mucked around.
I married at 22, but made my
poor young wife’s life a living hell
with my womanising, partying
and refusal to get a decent job.
She left me one afternoon after
she found me in bed with two,
much older neighbours, who were
paying me for my services.
I last spoke to my mum in 2012
at my grandmother’s funeral. My
nan was a proper lady – a real
pillar of the community.
Only I messed up on that occasion as well. I was very upset and
met my cousin before the cremation who said he had something
which would make me feel better.
We went round the back of his
car and he gave me some tablets,
which blew my mind.
Fight
People tell me I was as high as a
kite during the service – apparently I was talking, singing and
laughing. In the end my uncle had
to literally drag me out.
Then I tried to fight my brother
and steal a handbag. Eventually
my mum came up to me, slapped
me across the face and told me
that I was no son of hers.
The look of bitter disappointment on her face still haunts my
nightmares. But I’m with a new
partner now who is fantastic.
I’ve cleaned up my act and she
keeps asking me when I’m going
to introduce her to my folks.
But how can I when I’m such a
screw-up? My family members no
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JANE SAYS: I’d have
thought being invited to
your own son’s
birthday bash would be
a given, especially as
you see so much of him
and his wife.
Why don’t you tell
both of them that you’re
always up for a party?
Explain that you won’t
embarrass them or
curb anyone’s style, but
would like to help
celebrate. It could be
that your daughter-inlaw feels you might not
fit in with her crowd.
If so, promise to help
out and mingle, while
staying on your best
behaviour.
However, if you’re
starting to feel that it’s
all one-way traffic with
them then you need to
have a private word
with your son about
how unhappy you are.
Tell him you have no
wish to crash his life or
cramp his style.
But basic manners
have to apply in certain
circumstances.
FORMER
LIFE WAS
SO VILE
DILEMMA: His new partner is fantastic but he can’t tell her about his previous wild ways
longer speak to me. I keep making
terrible excuses about my mum
being sick with cancer and my
brother working in Australia.
The fact is they all live about
five miles away and I could take
her there any time. But how can I
when I’m such a disgrace?
I’m frightened that if I keep fobbing her off, she’s going to think
she’s done something wrong,
which couldn’t be further from
the truth.
JANE SAYS: Your new girlfriend
deserves to hear the absolute
truth about your past, otherwise
how is she going to understand
your present situation?
Sit her down and tell her that you
have a complicated, embarrassing
story to tell.
Ask her to bear with you. Make it
clear you’re not making excuses
for your previous behaviour, which
you’re deeply ashamed of, but do
need to tell her your back-story.
Hopefully, if she loves you she’ll
keep an open mind and agree that
none of us is perfect.
What’s most important is that
you’re on the way back to normality now.
Hopefully, your darkest days are
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beginning. Try not to let regrets
overwhelm you.
People grow up in different ways
– you chose the wild path, but
you’re not that guy any more.
Park the past, learn from your
mistakes and accept you’ve come
through a storm – and survived.
Would asking for a meeting with
your family and all the other
people you insulted help?
Perhaps if you could call a truce
the healing process could begin?
Think seriously about it so that
you can start building bridges and
move on.
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JANE SAYS: It would be a
terrible shame if this
upcoming holiday became
a battleground.
I suspect it’s costing
you both a lot of money
and will be an important
battery recharger after the
cold winter we’ve all
endured.
It sounds like your
partner needs a lot of
reassurance and support.
Suggest going on
regular walks together.
Make eating healthily and
getting fit something that
you tackle as a team.
Suggest baby steps and
offer kind words and
encouragement and,
hopefully, she’ll soon start
to feel sexy and relevant
again. Does she need to
speak to her GP?
I fear her confidence is
currently at rock bottom
and she can’t see anyway
out of her personal hell.
We all go through bad
patches, but she needs to
understand that you’re
currently suffering too.
Can she find any way of
meeting you halfway?
I’m the fairy
Godmother
I’M a childless, unmarried woman and I get invited to baby
showers and asked to be a Godmother as I have money.
I have a wide circle of friends, but it’s clear I’m viewed as
something of a “cash cow”. They seem to assume that
when I die their little darlings will benefit from my will.
I’m also sick of the pitying looks because I’m single.
JANE SAYS: You aren’t obliged to take on any more Godchildren or attend any more baby parties.
You are your own person. Maybe your friends do have
their eyes on the prize regarding your will, but you’re
allowed to leave everything to the cat’s home if you want.
Keep away from people who bring you down and vow to
live every day on your own terms. You don’t have to
apologise for who you are to anyone.
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I’VE LOST
A FRIEND
DAY 2
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I’ll just
go and get
dressed
In the kitchen
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GEMINI
Oh don’t
worry about
that
Yeah, I did,
actually. You’ll
never guess
what he did…
Amy continues
Whatever,
it doesn’t
bother me
She’s not
being herself
at all
LIBRA
4
Amy doesn’t see why Molly’s in a mood
What
on earth’s the
matter Molly?
Nothing
Come on
I can tell
something’s
wrong
I’m fine,
I told you
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or letters – below the main grid – to start. Solution
tomorrow.
Difficulty: 8/10 Target Time: 26 minutes
Clue: Southern pals are up for blows.
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ARC
DEN
FIT
HIS
SAD
SAY
USE
YET
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NONE
TAXI
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DRESS
EATEN
GIDDY
OUTER
REIGN
THEME
CRYPTIC CLUES
Across
1Begin a journey with group,
old-fashioned (3,3)
4Mother with parasites
showing spite (6)
7Jovial sort hiding too (4)
8Finding dirt, nice eccentric,
not straight (8)
9Bad Eastern girl, criminal (7)
12Bill’s flap of material (3)
14Disorderly person upsetting
trio in front of the queen (6)
15Eastern blend having come to
light (6)
16Doctor with head of year,
parched (3)
18Speak tediously about head
of organisation’s barbed
missile (7)
22Vegetable giving brother
terrible colic (8)
ITSELF
SAFETY
7 letters
ELDERLY
A T T
I
T U D E
8 letters
ANNOUNCE
ATTITUDE
BRINGING
FEATHERS
HUNDREDS
INVADERS
ISOLATED
TALENTED
TOUCHING
WESTWARD
WONDERED
6 letters
BEATEN
EXOTIC
SUDOKU
YESTERDAY’S
SOLUTION
ARROWORD
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includes all the digits from
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Across: Bawl, Quarried, Congeal, Bosom,
Dread, Cuddle, Outcry, Averse, Asthma, Cable,
Icier, Manhole, Anything, Jest.
Down: Backdrop, Diva, Wince (clue), Testify,
Fender, Harsh, Unlock, Taxman, Rabid, Vacant,
Insular, Booze, Dime, Reverent.
P
Z E N
Down
1Exhausted and broken (9)
2New items Tony used as
evidence (9)
3Journey east with rubbish (5)
4One in sea initially asking for
newspapers, e.g. (5)
5Bird left on Noah’s vessel (4)
6Drink companies initially
advertised (5)
10Man, cold, initially helping
parasite (5)
11Member with nothing having
dance (5)
I N N
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Across
1Begin a journey (3,3)
4Spite (6)
7Too (4)
8Not straight (8)
9Unlawful (7)
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Majestic, 5 Limp, 8 Sock, 9 Gardener, 10 Eastern, 12 Faith,
13 Yellow, 15 Turn up, 17 Rugby, 18 Sceptre, 22 Salt mine, 23 Late, 24 Yo-yo, 25
Resident.
DOWN: 1 Mastery, 2 Jacks, 3 Tiger, 4 Cork, 6 Inn sign, 7 Perch, 11 Ebony,
12 Flute, 14 Legally, 16 Present, 17 Rusty, 19 Chess, 20 Trace, 21 Liar.
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A N O T H E R
L O O T
12Aunt with rat Al changed for
spider (9)
13For interval, quick meal (9)
17Royal involved in Rugby
Union with man from country
(5)
19It’s permitted, we hear, audibly
(5)
20Incredibly inapt colouring
substance (5)
21Laws for performances (4)
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R O T I S S E R I E
Y
23Aunt’s unusual fish (4)
24It’s near door initially shut (6)
25Net returned by worker who
rents property (6)
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12Flap (3)
14Disorderly person (6)
15Come into view (6)
16Waterless (3)
18Spearlike missile (7)
22Vegetable (8)
23Fish (4)
24Shut (6)
25Person who rents property (6)
Down
1Smashed (9)
2Statement under oath (9)
3Stomach lining as food (5)
4Means of mass
communication (5)
5Bird (4)
6Chocolate drink (5)
10Parasite (5)
11Uncertain state (5)
12Large spider (9)
13Meal (9)
17Rustic (5)
19Audibly (5)
20Colouring substance (5)
21Deeds (4)
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Chester signals
trend reversal
RACING UK has lost two
courses to new channel
Sky Sports Racing.
The rebranding of At The
Races has tempted
Chester and Bangor to
leave RacingUK and join
Sky Sports Racing.
It is welcome news for
racing fans as At The
Races had lost Leicester,
Taunton and Stratford to
the competition in the last
12 months as well the
rights to show racing from
Ireland.
‘Sky Sports Racing’ will
replace ‘ATR’ and be
available to every Sky TV
customer in the UK and
Ireland at no extra cost.
Managing Director of
Sky Sports Barney
Francis said: “We’ve seen
a great reaction from our
customers to launching
dedicated sports channels
and this takes us to
another level.
“Racing is a massive
sport and adding Chester
(right) and Bangor-on-Dee
is fantastic news. We look
forward to making Sky
Sports Racing a new
home for racing fans.”
Matthew Imi, Chief
Executive of At The Races,
B - Brighton K - Kempton
Nc - Newcastle No - Nottingham
Y - Yarmouth
Abushamah ............ Nc
Adam Tiler ............... Y
Afandem .................. Y
Ahfad ....................... Y
Aldbury Lass........... Y
Almanack................. K
Amazing Michele ... No
Amazing Red........... K
Amood .................... Nc
Angel Force............ No
Ann Without An E .. No
Antonian .................. Y
Apache Blaze ......... No
Archibelle ............... Nc
Archimento.............. B
Archipeligo ............. Nc
Arctic Flower........... K
Arigato ..................... K
Arod ......................... K
Artair ........................ Y
Arty Campbell ......... K
Ashazuri .................. B
Austin Friars ........... B
Bal De Rio .............. Nc
Balgair ..................... B
Balletomane ............ K
Banjo’s Voice .......... Y
Betty Grable ........... Nc
Black Caesar ........... B
7.55
2.10
3.45
5.15
5.15
8.45
4.05
7.45
5.20
5.05
4.05
2.40
4.05
6.55
5.25
7.55
6.45
8.15
7.15
2.10
7.45
5.25
5.25
6.55
4.55
8.15
4.45
7.55
4.55
■ by STUART BRODKIN
said: “There is no better
home for our new channel
production facility than
Sky Sports’ studios.”
On the betting front,
Britbet has revealed it is
to launch two new bets
rewarding players who get
the first four or first five in
the correct order.
The two pools will be
supported by
guaranteed pool sizes.
Multi-million-pound prize
guarantees will be
available for races, such
as the Grand National.
Blame Culture ......... Y
Bloodsweatandtears... B
Bounty Pursuit........ B
Brelades Bay........... K
Brexitmeansbrexit .. K
Briyouni ................... B
Bustam ................... Nc
Cacophonous......... No
Caged Lightning .... Nc
Calling Rio.............. No
Calm Charm ............ Y
Calvin’s Gal ............. Y
Canberra Cliffs........ B
Candesta ................. Y
Caravela................... B
Champagne Pink .... B
Champagne Rules . Nc
Channel Packet....... Y
Chantresse ............. No
Chaplin Bay............ Nc
Charles Fox ............ Nc
Chebsey Beau........ Nc
Chessman ............... K
Chetan ..................... K
Chitra ...................... No
Chocolate Box ........ K
Choral Music ........... Y
Chynna .................... K
Citron Major ........... Nc
Cohen ..................... No
Connemera Queen .. K
Corelli ...................... Y
2.40
4.25
4.55
5.45
8.15
4.55
6.25
2.30
6.55
4.05
3.15
4.45
3.55
5.50
3.55
3.55
7.55
5.50
3.00
5.20
5.55
6.55
7.15
8.45
2.00
7.45
5.15
6.15
5.55
2.30
8.45
2.40
Cosmopolitan Queen . No
Couldn’t Could She .. K
Cray......................... Nc
Cross Swords ......... K
Cwynar..................... K
Dahik ....................... No
Dalshand ................ Nc
Dark Freedom ......... K
Dear Bruin ............... K
Deccan Queen ........ B
Delagate The Lady.. K
Delahay .................... K
Delft Dancer ........... No
Delicate Kiss ........... K
Desert Trip .............. K
Digital Revolution .. Nc
Diocletian ................ B
Dolly Dupree ........... K
Dolly Mixture ........... K
Dor’s Law ................ Y
Dotted Swiss .......... No
Double Reflection .. No
Dream Malfunction . No
Duke Of North ......... B
Dukes Meadow ....... K
Eastern Racer ........ Nc
El Borracho ............. K
Eledeed ................... No
Elixsoft.................... No
Emily Goldfinch ...... Y
Etikaal ..................... Nc
Exclusive Waters ... Nc
RUBY WALSH hopes to
■
ride Willie Mullins’ runners at Auteuil this month.
Walsh told At The Races:
“I’d love to make May 19 in
Paris, but that will be up to
my surgeon.
“He wouldn’t let me ride
last week at Punchestown,
so I’ll go back to him in a
few weeks and see what he
says.”
SALISBURY
2.00: 1, STEEVE (W Carson 15-8);
2, Mersey (7-1); 3, Arcadian Rocks
(11-2). 13-8 fav My Dear Friend. 1/2l,
1l. 5 ran. B Millman. Tote: £2.00; pl
£1.30, £2.80. Exacta: £12.50. Trifecta:
£24.90. CSF: £13.66. NR: Oloroso,
Temple of Wonder, Treasure Quest.
2.30: 1, HERE’S TWO (K O’Neill
14-1); 2, Another Boy (16-1); 3, Field
of Vision (16-1). 9-4 fav Glory of
Paris. 21/4l, nk. 10 ran. R Hodges.
Tote: £22.40; pl £4.70, £3.30, £4.70.
Exacta: £350.50. Tricast: £3667.18.
Trifecta: £3150.50. CSF: £213.33.
NR: Pride Of Angels.
3.05: 1, CAN CAN SIXTY TWO (C
Shepherd 6-1); 2, Dame Nellie (6-1);
3, Clan Mcgregor (12-1). 6-4 fav
Miniature Daffodil. 3/4l, 3/4l. 8 ran. M
Channon. Tote: £8.00; pl £2.00, £2.40,
£3.40. Exacta: £45.00. Tricast:
£416.38. Trifecta: £560.60. CSF:
£41.06. NR: Johni Boxit.
3.40: 1, PRETTY JEWEL (K
O’Neill 5-4 fav); 2, I’m A Believer
(10-1); 3, Lady Bergamot (5-2). nk,
41/2l. 5 ran. I Williams. Tote: £2.20; pl
£1.20, £3.70. Exacta: £12.90. Trifecta:
£34.10. CSF: £14.01. NR: Flight Of
Fantasy.
4.15: 1, MASTER GREY (W
Carson 5-2); 2, Seasearch (1-2 fav);
3, Say About It (9-1). 21/2l, 11/4l. 3
ran. B Millman. Tote: £3.10; Exacta:
£4.70. Trifecta: £4.50. CSF: £4.21.
NR: Pollyissimo, Rose Of Shiraz.
4.45: 1, GARCON DE SOLEIL (R
Hornby 12-1); 2, Patent (25-1); 3,
Beyeh (5-1). 3-1 fav Crindle Carr. 9l,
1l. 8 ran. M Blanshard. Tote: £11.10;
3.00
8.15
6.55
8.45
8.15
5.05
7.25
8.45
6.45
3.55
6.15
6.45
2.00
8.45
8.45
8.25
2.50
5.45
8.15
5.50
5.05
4.05
4.05
4.55
8.45
5.20
8.15
2.30
3.00
4.15
5.20
7.55
Eye Of The Water ... K
False Id .................... B
Fast Landing .......... Nc
Fast Track .............. Nc
Feathery.................. No
Felisa ...................... No
Fintry Flyer ............. Nc
First Breath ............ Nc
Flo’s Melody........... No
Florencio ................ Nc
Fly True .................. Nc
Flying North ............ B
Font Vert.................. B
Fortune And Glory ... K
Freddy With A Y ..... K
Free Love ................ K
Free Talkin .............. K
Fuel Injection ......... Nc
Gainsay.................... Y
Galloping Hogan..... B
Gangland ................ Nc
Gavlar ...................... K
Giovanni ................. No
Good Luck Charm .. B
Gowanbuster.......... Nc
Graceland ................ K
Grasmere ................. Y
Griffin Street .......... Nc
Groundworker ........ Nc
Haabis ...................... K
Haines ...................... K
Hard Forest ............. Y
CRAYFORD
CENTRAL PARK
(1)
(1)
(3)
(1)
(5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(6)
11.01 YES THATS TRUE (6) .................. Great Run (4)
11.16 LISNAFULLA HONEY (6) .................Simona (3)
11.31 BOHERNA SHERIFF (nb) (1) Ballygibbon Man (2)
11.46 GREENFIELD WAY (3) ....... Melodys Queen (2)
12.01 NEWLAWN CONOR (6) .........Jaxxon A Solo (5)
12.16 BLING BLING CARA (1) .. The Other Jasmin (6)
12.31 KELVA CHLOE (2) ............................ Defiant (5)
12.46 KELVA PENNIE (1) ..............Dragon Apache (5)
1.01 PEBBLES BOOK (1) ................ Bullseye Dolly (6)
1.16 BALLYKEVIN DAVY (nap) (5) .... Avas Rosita (2)
1.31 BLACK SNIPER (1) .............. Deecees Brandy (4)
1.49 FAWKHAM PORSCHE (5) ........Glasson Lady (6)
(6)
(5)
(5)
(3)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(6)
(6)
(5)
(3)
(6)
(1)
(6)
2.12 CHASIN PAVEMENTS (2) ..... Scarlet Seamist (6)
2.32 WHERES EMMA (1) ........... Piercestown Jane (4)
2.52 MONROE ROYAL (3) ....................... Offyougo (5)
3.11 FARLEYHILL MIG (4) ........... Droopys Fayette (1)
3.29 THERE SHE SAILS (5)....... Caterham Rocker (4)
3.49 CLAIRKEITH DIXIE (6) ............Shoot The Bolt (4)
4.09 SEASONS MINSTREL (4) ......Killacolla Jamie (6)
4.29 BEECH HILL JOHN (2) ....... Rogue Hurricane (3)
4.48 BRAEMAIN FOR FUN (nap) (1) .... Thischapsinwork (6)
5.08 FOREVER MICK (1) ................. Slippery Jules (4)
5.28 AERO SAFFRON (1) .......... Headway Hendrix (2)
5.44 GET ON CINDY (1) .................... Canvas Bond (4)
6.02 COMEONGETOFF (nb) (2) .........Silvery Moon (5)
6.19 FERNANDOG TORRES (2) ...Get On Smudge (5)
HOVE
MONMORE
2.06
2.22
2.42
3.02
3.19
3.39
3.59
4.19
4.39
4.58
5.18
5.37
5.54
6.09
INDIANA WANTS ME (3) ........ Mythical Bean
AYKON (6) ............................. Fairhill Jamesie
RAPHEYE ELLE (6) ............ Tullymurry Toast
SKOOR BLASTER (5) ......................... Jamjar
DROOPYS CLOUDY (3) ........... Threejays Sal
JAYS GANGSTER (nb) (5)............Swift Glory
BLOKADE GRACE (3) .......... Fozzie Freebee
LARGE SHILLING (4) ........... Geraldines Boy
SUPREME PETE (4) ....................La Guerrero
LIDO BLAZER (6) .................. Oakvale Danny
SWIFT TORI (nap) (2).............. Astra Promise
RAPPERS ANGEL (5) ..............Cottam Alwyn
RAPPERS MAGIC (4) ................. Swift Phase
ISAACS PRINCESS (4) ....... Coolavanny Hilly
CRAYFORD EVENING
6.33
6.49
7.07
7.23
7.38
7.54
8.11
8.27
8.42
8.57
9.16
9.30
9.45
SCALA MAGS (nb) (2) ..............Droopys Nilla
PLAY MASTER (1) ........................ Tims Hero
MAYSDREAMCATCHER (2) ............. Heidi Hi
SHANEBOY BOWIE (1) .......Ballybee Charlie
SPECIAL SUNSHINE (5) ..............Lemon Ava
STONEPARK MO (1) ............Clairekeith Rhia
SWIFT ASBOLOS (4) ................Razldazl Star
MILLBROOK QUEEN (4) ........... Hedsor Artie
CHATTY KNIGHT (3) .............Deecees Jager
BALLYHALE HOPE (6) ............... Swift Leane
MINEOLA FLASH (1) ............Budding Beauty
SCRUBIT LOUIE (nap) (1) .........Design Holly
CUANDO MOMELLA (6) ....... Jet Stream Tilly
SHEFFIELD RPGTV
(6)
(5)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(1)
(5)
(3)
(5)
(3)
(3)
START WITH HORSE RACING
WINNERS AND PRICES
GREYHOUNDS
11.09 ORBITAL TORNADO (nb) (3) .......Divas Lily
11.24 YASSOO EMMET (6) ...........Hollyoak Karen
11.39 BILLYS ROCKET (2) ............ Queen Paloma
11.54 PAIR OF DUCKS (4) ................... Bens Lass
12.09 SIA ATTHE LINE (1).................... Our Luney
12.24 AUGHABOY MILLIE (nap) (6). Mystical Alfie
12.39 INSANE SHALANA (4) ..............Peteles Bolt
12.54 QUARE MAID (2) .......... Woodcocks Scooby
1.08 TIGER SCARLET (2) ............ Cloheena Andre
1.22 CHESTNUT BEAUTY (6) .........Hatfield Garry
1.39 CONLIG ARCHIE (4) .............Rickys Madison
1.57 JUMEIRAH TARA (5) ..............Hollyoak Alder
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6.22 SIR DANCEALOT (6) ......... Slaneyside Ryder (3)
6.38 POPULAR BUSTER (1) .....Gurtnacrehy Theo (5)
6.56 BALLYCOWEN COLM (2).................Sherlock (4)
7.11 ROBERTS VISION (5) .............Awesome Alfie (1)
7.26 THE BABADOOK (4) ................Lowgate Tom (1)
7.42 ROXHILL MYSTIQUE (nb) (3) ......Crackerjack (6)
7.58 BANSHA MONET (6) ........These Old Shades (2)
8.13 SKYFALL VENOM (nap) (6)..... Harton Willow (1)
8.28 COMMANCHE STORM (5) .......... Porterhouse (1)
8.43 WORSBORO ZEBO (1) .............. Acomb Ruby (5)
8.58 THE REAL DEAL (2) .................. Hollylake Fly (6)
9.14 SOME PITCH (2) .........................Eskes Jewel (6)
9.32 GEELO ZIP (1) ....................Serious Hangover (3)
9.50 HEWHODARESWINS (6) ......Candlelight Max (3)
10.07 SLIPPY TYRION (3) ................... Titus Twins (6)
5.45
4.25
5.20
5.20
3.35
3.00
8.25
6.25
5.05
5.20
8.25
3.55
2.50
6.45
6.45
6.15
6.45
8.25
4.45
2.50
5.55
7.45
2.30
4.55
5.55
7.45
5.15
8.25
8.25
6.45
7.45
2.10
pl £2.90, £4.40, £1.60. Exacta:
£113.50. Tricast: £1679.13. Trifecta:
£1024.40.
CSF:
£242.50.
NR:
Diamond Reflection.
5.15: 1, CHIVERS (J Bryan 16-1);
2, Heron (9-2); 3, Ocean Gale (4-1
jtfav). 4-1 jtfav Spiritoftomintoul.
nk, 41/2l. 8 ran. D Steele. Tote: £14.80;
pl £3.00, £1.80, £1.90. Exacta:
£115.50. Tricast: £327.96. Trifecta:
£329.70. CSF: £79.94. NR: Amadeus
Rox.
QUADPOT: £63.60
PLACEPOT: £3,960.40
THIRSK
1.50: 1, RICKYROADBOY (A
Mullen 11-4 fav); 2, Erastus (10-1); 3,
French Silk (16-1). 11/2l, 3/4l. 12 ran.
M Walford. Tote: £3.30; pl £1.60,
£2.90, £4.20. Exacta: £29.60. Tricast:
£383.36. Trifecta: £391.00. CSF:
£29.48.
2.20: 1, BE BOLD (C Beasley
28-1); 2, Redrosezorro (4-5 fav); 3,
Cool Strutter (18-1). 1/2l, shd. 14 ran.
Rebecca Bastiman. Tote: £43.00; pl
£7.90, £1.10, £4.30. Exacta: £93.10.
Tricast: £502.65. Trifecta: £1213.40.
CSF: £48.03.
2.55: 1, HARBOUR PATROL (T
Ladd 7-1); 2, Supreme Power (14-1);
3, Mrs Angel (20-1). 9-4 fav
Motahassen. 3/4l, shd. 13 ran. Rebecca
Bastiman. Tote: £7.40; pl £2.40,
£3.50, £7.40. Exacta: £102.30.
Tricast: £1949.58. Trifecta: £2061.60.
CSF: £96.02.
3.30: 1, THE NAVIGATOR (P
Hanagan 4-1); 2, Bacacarat (6-4 fav);
3, Valdolobo (8-1). 13/4l, 21/4l. 9 ran.
R Fahey. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.40, £1.10,
£2.20. Exacta: £10.10. Trifecta:
£45.90. CSF: £9.97.
4.05: 1, BLACK ISLE BOY (D
Tudhope 16-1); 2, My Name Is Rio
(33-1); 3, Pennsylvania Dutch (7-1).
13-2 fav Kupa River. nk, shd. 15 ran.
D O’Meara. Tote: £17.90; pl £5.30,
£8.00, £3.30. Exacta: £565.70.
Tricast: £4081.08. Trifecta: £2882.90.
CSF: £482.84. NR: Henley, Short
Work.
4.35: 1, I KNOW HOW (P
Mulrennan 9-1); 2, Capla Demon
(20-1); 3, Hop Maddocks (17-2). 11/4l,
shd. 9 ran. Julie Camacho. Tote:
£7.40; pl £2.20, £3.80, £2.50. Exacta:
£70.00. Trifecta: £421.70. CSF:
£99.48. NR: Rotherhithe. Rotherhithe|
Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct
25p in the pound.
5.05: 1, ODDS ON OLI (P
Hanagan 7-2 fav); 2, Consultant
(5-1); 3, Amity Island (12-1). nk,
1
3 /4l. 10 ran. R Fahey. Tote: £3.30; pl
£1.60, £1.80, £2.40. Exacta: £22.50.
Tricast: £189.07. Trifecta: £218.40.
CSF: £19.81.
5.35: 1, ZIG ZAG (C Rodriguez
7-1); 2, Ice Galley (14-1); 3, Four
Kingdoms (12-1); 4, Druid’s Diamond
(7-1). 5-1 fav Richard Strauss. 1l,
1
/2l, shd. 17 ran. P Kirby. Tote: £8.50;
pl £1.80, £3.90, £3.60, £3.90. Exacta:
£129.30. Tricast: £1178.54. Trifecta:
£1129.90. CSF: £90.91.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
£4,390.01 carried over.
QUADPOT: £343.50
PLACEPOT: £2,422.10
WOLVERHAMPTON
2.10: 1, DANCE ON THE DAY (R
Kingscote 7-1); 2, Rasima (evens
fav); 3, Pride’s Gold (16-1). hd, 11/4l.
12 ran. T Dascombe. Tote: £7.20; pl
£1.90, £1.10, £3.30. Exacta: £16.40.
Trifecta: £166.30. CSF: £13.80.
2.40: 1, UBLA (S De Sousa 9-4
jtfav); 2, Tisa River (100-1); 3, Prince
of Time (20-1). 9-4 jtfav Pepys. 21/2l,
1l. 12 ran. Miss G Kelleway. Tote:
£2.80; pl £1.20, £27.70, £5.80.
Exacta: £383.30. Tricast: £3837.88.
Trifecta: £2508.10. CSF: £318.93.
3.15: 1, TIVOLI (R Havlin 11-10
fav); 2, Line House (14-1); 3, Ortiz
(7-2). 1/2l, 3l. 5 ran. J Gosden. Tote:
£1.60; pl £1.30, £6.50. Exacta:
£17.50. Trifecta: £62.80. CSF:
£16.01. NR: Cirrus Minor.
3.50: 1, SHAMONIX (Darragh
Keenan 22-1); 2, Windsorlot (2-1
fav); 3, Orobas (66-1). nk, 1/2l. 11
ran. M Usher. Tote: £19.30; pl £5.70,
£2.10, £14.30. Exacta: £142.10.
Tricast: £3043.91. Trifecta: £1948.10.
CSF: £65.05.
4.25: 1, MOOTASADIR (Josephine
Gordon 4-5 fav); 2, Well Suited
(9-4); 3, Starcaster (13-2). nk, 3/4l. 6
ran. H Palmer. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10,
£1.20. Exacta: £3.10. Trifecta: £5.60.
CSF: £2.76.
4.55: 1, SKY EAGLE (A Atzeni
ABC
Hard Toffee ............. Y
Harrogate................ Nc
Havana Star............ Nc
He’s One Of R Own . Nc
Hediddodinthe ....... Nc
Hidden Dream ......... Y
Hisar........................ Nc
How’s Lucy ............. Y
Hyanna.................... No
Iconic Belle ............. B
Iconic Code ............ No
Imperial State ......... Nc
Improvising ............. K
Insomniac ................ Y
It’s How We Roll ..... B
Italian Riviera ......... Nc
Its The Only Way .... K
Jacob Cats .............. K
Jallota ...................... K
Jamacho ................. Nc
James Watt ............. B
Jazzy Girl................. Y
Jetstream................. Y
Junoesque............... B
Kaaber ..................... B
Kapono .................... B
King Calypso .......... K
King Oswald............ Y
3.15
6.25
5.55
6.25
6.55
5.15
8.25
4.15
4.05
5.25
4.05
5.20
6.15
3.15
5.25
6.55
5.45
7.45
7.15
7.25
2.20
4.45
2.40
5.25
4.25
2.20
7.45
5.50
Kittileo ..................... Y
Kiwi Bay ................. Nc
Knockout Blow ...... Nc
Kodinar .................... K
Kwikstep .................. B
Kyat Khan................ K
Kyllachys Tale ....... No
La Isla Bonita .......... Y
Lady Alavesa ......... No
Lady Gwhinnyvere . B
Lady Of Petra .......... K
Last Enchantment . No
Laura Kenny............ K
Leodis ..................... Nc
Liberatum ................ B
Light From Mars ..... K
Little Aub ................. K
Little Boy Blue ....... No
Living Leader .......... K
London .................... Y
Lulu Star .................. Y
M C Muldoon .......... No
Magillen ................... K
Maid Up .................. No
Mail Order................ B
Majestic Moon......... Y
Malt Teaser.............. K
Mama Africa ........... No
2.40
7.55
5.55
6.15
4.25
5.45
3.35
4.15
3.00
4.25
8.15
3.00
6.15
7.55
3.25
6.45
8.45
5.05
8.45
3.45
4.45
2.30
7.15
4.05
2.50
3.45
8.45
3.35
Mambo Dancer........ K
Mandarin Princess... Y
Mardy Gras............. Nc
Masquerade Bling .. K
Master Of Heaven ... B
Miss Mollie .............. Y
Misu Pete................. Y
Mon Beau Visage... Nc
Monsieur Mel ......... Nc
Moonlit Sands ........ Nc
Moretti..................... Nc
Mountain Rescue.... Y
Mr Pocket ................ B
Mulsanne Chase ..... B
Multellie .................. No
Mushtaq .................. No
My Excelsa .............. K
Nananita .................. K
Nautical Haven........ B
Nayslayer................. B
Noreena ................... K
Novabridge ............. Nc
Oceanus .................. Y
Officer Drivel ........... B
Olive Mabel ............. Y
Olympic Odyssey .. No
On The Stage .......... K
Orobas .................... Nc
Pantomime ............. Nc
Pattie ....................... No
Patty Patch .............. Y
Peggie Sue .............. K
Pickett’s Charge .... Nc
7.45
4.45
6.25
6.45
4.25
5.15
5.50
5.20
8.25
5.55
6.25
3.45
3.25
5.25
4.35
2.30
6.15
6.15
3.25
2.20
6.45
8.25
3.15
5.25
5.15
2.30
6.15
7.55
6.55
3.35
4.45
6.45
7.55
11-10 fav); 2, Agent Gibbs (11-1); 3,
Star Ascending (9-2). 11/4l, 33/4l. 9
ran. Ed Walker. Tote: £1.80; pl £1.10,
£2.80, £1.80. Ex: £12. Tricast: £43.92.
Trifecta: £48.20. CSF: £15.68.
5.25: 1, REVENGE (J Hart 7-2);
2, Chloellie (9-4 fav); 3, Swift Fox
(8-1). 2l, nk. 8 ran. T Easterby. Tote:
£6.20; pl £1.70, £1.20, £2.20. Exacta:
£15.40. Tricast: £55.84. Trifecta:
£56.10. CSF: £12.12.
QUADPOT: £4.40
PLACEPOT: £16.40
WINDSOR
5.10: 1, QUICK BREATH (R
Kingscote 3-1 jtfav); 2, Jeopardy
John (11-2); 3, White Feather (13-2).
3-1 jtfav Shovel It On. 11/2l, 3/4l. 9
ran. J Portman. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.50,
£2.30, £2.80. Exacta: £23.30. Tricast:
£99.46. Trifecta: £208.70. CSF:
£19.40. NR: Achianna.
5.40: 1, EMARAATY ANA (T
Queally 12-1); 2, Blown By Wind
(4-11 fav); 3, Dark Thunder (8-1).
21/4l, 6l. 7 ran. K Ryan. Tote: £16.00;
pl £4.00, £1.10. Exacta: £22.60.
Trifecta: £63.50. CSF: £16.27.
6.10: 1, WILEY POST (D O’Neill
17-2); 2, Dragstone Rock (6-4 fav);
3, Awesome Allan (5-1). 11/2l, hd. 11
ran. A Carroll. Tote: £11.90; pl £3.20,
£1.40, £2.00. Exacta: £29.10. Tricast:
£76.58. Trifecta: £119.30. CSF:
£21.63.
6.40: 1, ASPETAR (K Shoemark
15-8 fav); 2, Shall We Go Now (8-1);
3, Imaginative (6-1). 41/2l, 13/4l. 12
ran. R Charlton. Tote: £2.80; pl
£1.40, £2.70, £2.00. Exacta: £20.90.
Trifecta: £75.10. CSF: £17.34. NR:
Floral Queen, Reprieval.
7.10: 1, CHANCE TO DREAM (J
P Spencer 4-1); 2, Zzoro (15-2); 3,
Man Of Harlech (5-1). 11-4 fav Past
Master. 1/2l, 1/2l. 8 ran. J Best. Tote:
£3.80; pl £1.70, £2.40, £1.40. Exacta:
£29.40. Tricast: £150.40. Trifecta:
£199.40. CSF: £32.59.
7.40: 1, ENVOY (R Tate 25-1); 2,
Quothquan (9-1); 3, Hawridge Flyer
(9-2). 3-1 fav Petitioner. hd, 31/4l. 13
ran. J Eustace. Tote: £29.70; pl
£8.00, £2.90, £1.80. Exacta: £276.90.
Tricast: £1220.70. Trifecta: £1295.70.
CSF: £233.58. NR: Gassin Golf.
8.10: 1, CAIYA (C Bishop 7-2); 2,
Poet’s Vanity ........... K
Point In Time .......... No
Portledge ................ Nc
Possibly So ............ No
Precious Ramotswe .. B
Pretty Pearl ............. Y
Princess Way .......... K
Prying Pandora ...... No
Rajy .......................... K
Ramblow.................. Y
Rattle On ................. B
Raven Banner ......... Y
Ravenhoe ................ Y
Red Handed ........... No
Red Tea .................. No
Regicide................... K
Renny’s Lady ......... No
Revich ...................... Y
Rightway.................. B
Ripp Orf ................... Y
Robert The Painter . B
Rockies Spirit ........ No
Rockwood .............. Nc
Rocky Shores ......... B
Roman Flight ......... No
Ronni Layne ............ Y
Rose Berry .............. B
Rosedale Topping .. Y
Saisons D’or .......... Nc
Salt Whistle Bay ..... Y
Samovar ................. No
Sandkissed.............. Y
Sassie ...................... B
WINNERS AND PRICES
HENLOW
11.09: Ballymac Malawi (2)
9-4, Blackrose Trump (6) 4-5 fav,
bf: £4.80, tri: (2-6-3) £19.14.
11.24: Clona Honey (5) 5-4 jt-fav,
Grumpy Grace (6) 12-1, bf:
£19.93, tri: (5-6-2) £31.75. 11.39:
Savana Maud (2) 5-2, Rangora
Boy (5) 2-1 fav, bf: £10.15, tri:
(2-5-1) £21.01. 11.54: Merry
Dance (3) 5-2 jt-fav, Savana
Jody (6) 5-2 jt-fav, bf: £10.13, tri:
(3-6-1) £48.60. 12.09: Jet Stream
Ecco (5) 2-1 jt-fav, Our Mate
George (6) 6-1, NR: Romantic
Sheila (res), bf: £15.03, tri: (5-62) £0.00. 12.24: Blackrose Obama
(2) 10-11 fav, Blakefield Holly (3)
3-1, bf: £4.52, tri: (2-3-6) £12.02.
12.39: Onaroll (2) 7-4 fav, Clonkelly Roman (5) 3-1, bf: £8.43,
tri: (2-5-3) £28.42. 12.54: Pennys
Sully (3) 7-1, Savana Lucy (1)
7-4 fav, bf: £25.70, tri: (3-1-5)
£61.16. 1.08: Riverside Queen (2)
6-1, Savana Lass (3) 2-1 fav, bf:
£24.97, tri: (2-3-6) £58.92. 1.22:
Roman Maggie (1) 4-1, Blackrose
Pet (2) 3-1, bf: £16.65, tri: (1-2-5)
£52.90. 1.39: Noelles Rosario (2)
5-1, Savana Margie (1) 3-1, bf:
£23.11, tri: (2-1-6) £130.15. 1.57:
Circuit Court (5) 9-4, Savana
Farah (4) 5-1, bf: £16.90, tri:
(5-4-3) £64.73.
MONMORE
2.06: Swift Jake (6) 5-2 fav,
Carriglong Gill (3) 3-1, bf:
£11.81, tri: (6-3-5) £49.10. 2.22:
Bartlemy Seamus (6) 11-10 fav,
Matts Star (4) 9-4, bf: £4.30, tri:
(6-4-2) £14.52. 2.42: Our River
Jet (4) 4-1, Bit View Paul (2) 5-2
fav, bf: £18.38, tri: (4-2-5) £68.43.
3.02: Glideaway Wonder (3) 5-2
fav, Mallogs Silver (5) 3-1, bf:
£11.40, tri: (3-5-6) £29.93. 3.19:
Ardera Dazler (6) 7-2, Whiteoak
Sharp (3) 4-1, bf: £21.29, tri:
7.15
4.05
5.20
2.30
3.55
4.45
6.45
3.35
5.45
4.15
4.25
3.15
3.15
2.00
3.35
7.45
4.05
2.10
4.25
3.45
4.25
5.05
7.55
2.50
4.35
4.15
3.25
4.45
6.25
3.45
5.05
5.15
2.50
Ghalia Al Thumama (10-1); 3, Gift
Of Raaj (2-1 fav). nk, 21/2l. 13 ran.
Eve J-Houghton. Tote: £4.80; pl
£1.10, £1.70, £2.60. Exacta: £39.60.
Trifecta: £190.00. CSF: £37.87.
QUADPOT: £12.70
PLACEPOT: £42.00
SOUTHWELL
5.20: 1, FEEL THE WRATH (S
De Sousa 11-4 fav); 2, Mimram
(9-2); 3, Wilde Oscar (11-2). 23/4l,
33/4l. 9 ran. I Furtado. Tote: £3.30; pl
£1.40, £1.60, £1.40. Exacta: £15.60.
Tricast: £62.08. Trifecta: £61.70.
CSF: £15.14.
5.50: 1, COCOCABALA (R
Winston 7-1); 2, Mr Buttons (8-11
fav); 3, Lady Katy (9-1). 11/4l, 1/2l. 5
ran. Richard Spencer. Tote: £17.90;
pl £3.50, £1.10. Exacta: £12.40.
Trifecta: £50.80. CSF: £12.57.
6.20: 1, ZARJAZ (T Eaves 16-1);
2, Battle Lines (7-2); 3, Compliance
(11-4 jtfav). 11-4 jtfav Raaqyah.
13/4l, 31/2l. 10 ran. K Ryan. Tote:
£10.40; pl £3.00, £1.30, £1.30.
Exacta: £61.40. Trifecta: £158.40.
CSF: £68.13.
6.50: 1, TREATY OF ROME (P
Mathers 5-1); 2, Best Tamayuz (112); 3, Fieldsman (11-2). 3-1 fav Red
Touch. shd, 11/4l. 8 ran. D Shaw.
Tote: £5.80; pl £1.80, £1.80, £1.70.
Exacta: £33.80. Tricast: £155.99.
Trifecta: £128.80. CSF: £32.06.
7.20: 1, CAPTAIN BOB (P J
McDonald 6-4 fav); 2, Eponina
(7-2); 3, Dream Ally (9-2). 3/4l, 11/2l.
5 ran. P Kirby. Tote: £2.30; pl £1.30,
£1.80. Exacta: £6.80. Trifecta:
£22.30. CSF: £7.25. NR: Da Capo
Dandy.
7.50: 1, RASHDAN (Josephine
Gordon 7-2); 2, Litigation (7-4 fav);
3, Albizzia (6-1). 13/4l, 21/2l. 7 ran. H
Palmer. Tote: £3.30; pl £1.50, £1.80.
Exacta: £12.40. Trifecta: £40.40.
CSF: £9.02.
8.20: 1, ARABIAN OASIS (N
Garbutt 9-1); 2, Song Of Love (7-1);
3, Sleep Easy (7-4 fav). 1/2l, 6l. 8 ran.
L McJannet. Tote: £8.90; pl £2.00,
£1.80, £1.10. Exacta: £65.10. Tricast:
£162.26. Trifecta: £214.10. CSF:
£69.33.
QUADPOT: £11.90
PLACEPOT: £27.50
Screaming Gemini .. Y
Seduce Me.............. No
Settle Petal .............. K
Seyasah ................... Y
Shanghai Silver ..... Nc
Sir Jamie ................. B
Skeetah ................... No
Slow To Hand.......... Y
Slunovrat ................ No
Snaffled .................. Nc
Sonnet Rose ........... Y
Spell ........................ No
Spice Boat ............... B
Spirit Of Society ..... B
Splash Of Verve ..... Nc
Spring Praise .......... Y
St James’s Park ...... B
Star Cracker ........... Nc
Steaming ................. K
Stringybark Creek .. B
Strongarm Chaser .. B
Sublimation ............. Y
Summer Thunder.... K
Super Julius ............ B
Supersymmetry ..... No
Sussex Girl.............. B
Suzi’s Connoisseur .. Y
Swan Street ............. K
Sweet Symphony.... K
Tai Sing Yeh ............ B
Tallulah’s Quest...... Y
Tarseekh .................. B
Tee It Up Tommo .... K
Tember.................... Nc
Testa Rossa ........... Nc
The Golden Cue ..... No
The Lacemaker ....... Y
Thegreyvtrain .......... K
Thistimenextyear ... No
Tig Tog ................... No
Tom’s Rock ............ Nc
Traveltalk ................ Nc
Tyrsal ....................... Y
Um Shama ............... K
Unique Company ... Nc
Usain Boat............... Y
Verstappen .............. K
Viola Park ................ K
Vodka Pigeon.......... K
Walk On Walter ...... Nc
Wedding Date ......... B
Weellan ................... Nc
West Coast Flyer ... Nc
White Chocolate ..... B
Who Told Jo Jo ..... Nc
Windy Guest ........... Y
With Approval ......... B
Wolf Hunter ............. K
Wolstonbury............ K
Zabaletaswansong... K
Zakatal ..................... K
Zenafire................... No
Zephyros ................. B
Zlatan ....................... B
5.50
3.35
8.45
4.15
7.25
4.25
2.00
5.50
4.35
5.55
4.15
2.00
4.25
2.20
7.55
5.15
4.25
8.25
7.45
5.25
2.50
5.50
6.45
3.25
3.00
5.25
3.45
5.45
8.15
4.55
4.15
4.25
8.45
5.55
7.25
5.05
4.15
6.15
4.35
3.00
7.25
7.55
3.15
5.45
6.25
2.10
8.15
6.45
8.45
6.25
2.20
6.25
7.25
3.55
8.25
2.10
4.25
5.45
5.45
8.15
7.45
4.35
5.25
4.55
●No horses to note today
POOLE RPGTV
(6-3-2) £59.44. 3.39: Swift
Dodger (6) 3-1 jt-fav, Quarterland
Ava (2) 3-1 jt-fav, bf: £13.76, tri:
(6-2-5) £40.69. 3.59: Havana
Twiggy (5) 5-1, Swift Natasha (1)
9-4 fav, bf: £23.10, tri: (5-1-4)
£75.39. 4.19: Foxearth Chana (3)
4-1, Headford Taylor (4) 7-4 fav,
bf: £14.34, tri: (3-4-5) £46.05.
4.39: Whittle Blaze (2) 5-2 fav,
Splashy Puddle (1) 4-1, bf:
£12.76, tri: (2-1-4) £32.70. 4.58:
Standby Athena (6) 7-4 fav,
Bright Ruby (2) 3-1, NR:
Coolbeggan Taffy (res), bf: £8.19,
tri: (6-2-1) £0.00. 5.18: Supreme
Berlin (6) 5-2 fav, Swift Drake
(1) 7-2, bf: £12.00, tri: (6-1-3)
£40.77. 5.37: Supreme Claret (3)
7-2, Tuttles Millie (5) 5-2 fav, bf:
£15.28, tri: (3-5-6) £42.68. 5.54:
Marvellous Gift (3) 7-4, Gavins
Jet (6) 6-4 fav, bf: £4.78, tri: (3-64) £13.85. 6.09: Final Kay (3) 6-1,
Highview Card (1) 6-1, bf:
£43.71, tri: (3-1-4) £142.59.
PERRY BARR
11.03: Droopys Fatima (3)
5-1, Craftmans Boys (5) 6-4 fav,
bf: £18.27, tri: (3-5-6) £42.68.
11.19: Champagne Magic (5) 5-1,
Bridgets Secret (1) 10-1, bf:
£58.73, tri: (5-1-3) £169.89.
11.34: Highview Waltz (5) 5-2
fav, Woodview Wonder (4) 4-1,
bf: £15.28, tri: (5-4-3) £54.94.
11.48: Show Me Again (1) 4-1,
Beanos Vicky (3) 7-2, NR:
Seomra Bypass (res), bf: £20.48,
tri: (1-3-4) £52.95. 12.04:
Projection (3) 6-4 fav, Blazeaway
James (6) 4-1, NR: Flying
Honeygar (res), bf: £8.85. 12.18:
Jays Steel (2) 8-1, Ourlittletreat
(6) 9-4, bf: £38.81, tri: (2-6-5)
£99.14. 12.32: Crimson (6) 5-1,
You Ask Me (5) 7-2, bf: £25.81,
tri: (6-5-3) £86.49. 12.47: Sahara
Star (6) 7-4 fav, Steward Little
(2) 6-1, bf: £14.10, tri: (6-2-3)
£41.51. 1.04: Bodell Cowslip (6)
9-2, Bitofachipolata (1) 12-1, bf:
£49.84, tri: (6-1-2) £161.16. 1.19:
Droopys Chazy (2) 3-1, Icknield
Jake (4) 4-1, bf: £20.62, tri: (2-46) £43.11. 1.33: Marshbrook
Madam (3) 9-2, Ardera King (6)
12-1, bf: £60.93, tri: (3-6-5)
£123.75. 1.51: Brews Hill (1) 5-2
jt-fav, Overdale Charlie (3) 4-1,
bf: £13.55, tri: (1-3-5) £30.45.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6)
£372.00, (Races 7-12) £1104.00.
SWINDON
11.11: Kitties Que (3) 7-2,
Burnpark Ellen (5) 5-2 fav, bf:
£14.97, tri: (3-5-4) £46.72. 11.28:
Nothingbuthassle
(5)
6-1,
Ormiston Hall (4) 7-2, bf: £39.50,
tri: (5-4-6) £82.95. 11.42:
Suirview Ber (6) 9-4 fav, Forest
Colombo (4) 9-2, bf: £13.68, tri:
(6-4-3) £32.39. 11.57: Our
Ambers Pet (4) 7-2, Jetstream
Buster (6) 4-1, bf: £20.16, tri:
(4-6-5) £51.87. 12.12: Sup Brian
(6) 7-2, Caulry Tina (5) 8-1, bf:
£28.82, tri: (6-5-3) £108.04.
12.27: Fealesuir Fungi (5) 6-1,
Jet Stream Boy (3) 7-1, bf:
£59.63, tri: (5-3-6) £145.08.
12.42: Ferndale Timer (6) 4-1,
Swift Gabriel (5) 2-1 fav, bf:
£14.22, tri: (6-5-1) £55.11. 12.58:
Mohican Biscuit (6) 5-4 fav,
Mohican Ennis (2) 6-1, bf:
£10.01, tri: (6-2-5) £19.94. 1.12:
Mohican
Vieri
(1)
7-2,
Droumeragh Lucy (4) 6-1, bf:
£29.27, tri: (1-4-2) £79.75. 1.27:
Dower
Donald
(3)
7-2,
Ballybough Jock (4) 5-2 fav, bf:
£14.90, tri: (3-4-2) £51.74. 1.44:
Harwood Champ (5) 4-1,
Ballymac Brexit (6) 5-2 jt-fav,
bf: £16.88, tri: (5-6-2) £53.37.
1.58: Swampman Shelby (6) 4-1,
Ascot Kieran (4) 9-2, bf: £28.31,
tri: (6-4-1) £56.40. Placer £1
stake (1-6) £1155 (7-12) £130.
6.48
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A7)
450m
2652 Maggie The Ram (rl ro) ............. 27.71
Dundee Pete (md ep) ................ 00.00
55 ZOOMEY BOLT (rl ro) .............. 28.10
5632 Jayjays Sapphire (wd ro) ......... 27.90
3453 Suirview Danny (ep ro) .............. 28.15
5666 Burnpark Ludo (wd ro)............... 27.97
Star betting: 2 Maggie The Ram, 9-4
Jayjays Sapphire, 9-2 Zoomey Bolt.
7.06
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
450m
3643 Leading Role (rl ep) ................... 26.82
3614 Barricane Merlin (sa ep) ............ 26.94
1415 Bandit Prince (md ep) .............. 26.85
2453 SOUND PLAN (nb) (md ro) ...... 26.76
2131 Minglers Curragh (md ro) .......... 27.20
5654 Capusotto (md ro)...................... 27.42
Star betting: 5-2 Leading Role, 3 Sound
Plan, 7-2 Bandit Prince, 4 Barricane Merlin.
7.22
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A5)
450m
6634 Spoton Bullfinch (rl ep) .............. 27.72
5 26 Piece Of Ruby (sa rl) ................. 27.59
6 Turbine Turbo (rl ro) .................. 00.00
6552 Glenbowen Flash (md ro) .......... 27.58
4 33 Ballyoak Patch (wd sa) ............ 27.41
1321 CHARLESFIELD VON (wd ep) . 27.78
Star betting: 7-4 Ballyoak Patch, 7-2
Piece Of Ruby, Charlesfield Von.
7.37
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A5)
450m
6655 Italian Stallion (rl ro) .................. 27.91
1563 Ide Ruby Roo (md ep) ............... 27.69
1333 Renegade Reason (md fw) ...... 27.63
4165 Mahon Olive (sa fw) .................. 27.40
3311 IDELUCKYDODGER (md ep) ... 27.70
6516 Starshinealabama (wd ro) ......... 27.65
Star betting: 7-4 Mahon Olive, 7-2
Renegade Reason, Ideluckydodger.
7.52
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A6)
450m
5662 Spot On Blizzard (rl ro) .............. 27.80
6655 Fairhill Dan (md ro).................... 28.04
2433 Coris Moments (md ep) ........... 27.87
3 Billy Coolea (md ep) .................. 27.82
4466 IDEMOVEOVERTOM (md ep) .. 27.71
1456 Kiwi Bomber (wd ep) ................. 27.96
Star betting: 9-4 Coris Moments, 5-2
Idemoveovertom, 3 Spot On Blizzard.
8.07
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A3)
450m
1635 Ballybrien Jody (md ep)............. 27.47
32 5 Fountain Mist (ep ro) ................. 27.30
1 12 KANTURK MONEY (NAP) (md ep) ...27.28
646 Blancos Bullet (sa fw) ................ 27.42
2461 Loggies Sparky (wd ep)............. 27.43
5423 Derragh Robin (wd ro) ............. 27.33
Star betting: 9-4 Kanturk Money, 3
Fountain Mist, 7-2 Derragh Robin.
8.22
1
2
3
4
2633
6536
6512
3452
(A3)
450m
Nemos Mia (md ro).................... 27.39
Duchas (rl ro) ............................. 27.43
TIERMORE PEARL (rl ep) ........ 27.47
Slippark Saki (md ep) ................ 27.50
5 2326 Nobodys Sidney (sa ro) ............. 27.38
6 1 43 Touch Of Gold (wd ep) ............ 27.42
Star betting: 11-4 Nobodys Sidney,
Touch Of Gold, 3 Nemos Mia, 4 Tiermore Pearl.
8.37
(A2)
450m
8.51
(A1)
450m
9.07
(A4)
450m
(A1)
450m
1
2
3
4
5
6
2 13 Rickys Chief (rl ro) ..................... 27.39
6165 Belle Of Ginnell (rl ro) ................ 27.21
1 31 JAYJAYS ZIRCON (md ep) ...... 27.29
156 Geelo Clarky (md ep) ................ 27.18
4556 Kilgar Joe (wd ro) ..................... 27.07
2165 Cest La Vie (wd ep) ................... 27.24
Star betting: 11-4 Geelo Clarky, 3 Kilgar
Joe, 4 Jayjays Zircon, 9-2 Belle Of Ginnell.
1 1 44 Ide General Lee (md ep) ........... 27.21
2 4 2 Beaming Brae (rl ro)................. 27.11
3 122 Knockmant Chick (ep ro) ........... 27.12
4 313 Pennys Thumper (rl ro) ............. 27.03
5 2521 Madabout Gooch (wd ro)........... 27.11
6 4363 CLOVER CODY (wd ro) ............ 27.22
Star betting: 5-2 Pennys Thumper, 7-2
Beaming Brae, 4 Madabout Gooch.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1226 Fitzler Stardust (sa fw) .............. 27.50
2 15 Vics Paradise (md ep).............. 27.42
3 51 Go Fast Pearl (md ro)................ 27.47
6241 ARTEMIS (md ep) ..................... 27.58
2333 Michelle Lad (sa ro) ................... 27.45
4554 Ide Herbie (md ep) .................... 27.61
Star betting: 5-2 Vics Paradise, 7-2
Fitzler Stardust, Michelle Lad, 4 Artemis.
9.22
1
2
3
4
5
6
1231
3524
1 65
2 14
UNRIVALLED (wd ep) .............. 26.99
Stoke Debbie (ep ro) ................. 27.17
Idezerotohero (md ep) ............... 27.30
Coolykereen Bird (md ro) ........ 27.34
441 Tolpuddle Dawn (wd ro) ............ 27.10
Star betting: 6-4 Unrivalled, 5-2 Tolpuddle
Dawn, 7-2 Coolykereen Bird, Stoke Debbie.
9.40
(A6)
450m
9.55
(A4)
450m
1
2
3
4
5
6
5444
6466
621d
1364
The Turnipfarmer (sa ro) ........... 27.65
Redhills Kilo (rl ro) ..................... 27.84
Milltown Eddie (md ep) ............ 27.92
Navillus Boy (wd ro) .................. 28.03
Curranree Joey (wd ro) ............. 00.00
4521 PADDOCK CANNON (wd ep)... 28.11
Star betting: 7-4 The Turnipfarmer, 5-2
Milltown Eddie, 7-2 Paddock Cannon.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5156 Ide Miss Piggy (md ro) .............. 27.32
5352 Close Touch (md ro) ................ 27.41
Tommys Express (md ep) ......... 00.00
4443 BEAR WITH (md ro) ................. 26.99
1533 Foxwood Fantasy (md ro) ......... 27.37
3513 Four Days Late (wd ro).............. 27.57
Star betting: 2 Bear With, 3 Close Touch,
7-2 Ide Miss Piggy, 4 Foxwood Fantasy.
38
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) J Gosden 17; R
Fahey 14; M Channon 13; R
Hannon 11; M Johnston 7; D
O’Meara 7; K Ryan 7; R Beckett 6;
R Varian 6; W Haggas 5.
SUFFERING STABLES:
(Runners since last win) Mrs C
Dunnett 119; Mrs L Mongan 84;
Sarah Hollinshead 78; P Hide 56; B
Leavy 56; J Goldie 54; Suzzanne
France 48; R J Smith 46; D Kubler
42; E De Giles 38; Steph
Hollinshead 38; E Dunlop 32; H
Dunlop 31.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) S De Sousa 16; J Doyle 13; P
Hanagan 10; L Dettori 9; C Bishop
8; R Havlin 6; S Levey 6; K O’Neill
6; T Marquand 5; R Kingscote 5; D
Tudhope 5; T Eaves 5.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) N Garbutt 130; Toby
Eley 81; P Makin 62; Franny Norton
45; D Allan 40; R Scott 36; Ben
Robinson 34; S Donohoe 33; S
James 33; K Schofield 31.
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
Champagne Pink (3.55 B) 299miles
Mail Order (2.50 B)
293miles
Liberatum (3.25 B)
286miles
He’s One Of R Own (6.25 N)
285miles
Shanghai Silver (7.25 N)
285miles
Who Told Jo Jo (8.25 N)
285miles
PROMISING
COLOURFIELD’s late progress
through the field in the final race at
Windsor caught the eye. She will be
straighter next time.
BEST EACH-WAY
SEYASAH (Yarmouth 4.15) was
placed in three of her six races last
year and would not need to improve
much to make a winning seasonal
debut.
WIND SURGERY
NEWCASTLE: Etikaal (5.20), Mon
Beau Visage (5.20).
UP AGAINST IT
WHO TOLD JO JO (Newcastle,
8.25) has a 6lb penalty for a narrow
win and is anything but a handicap
blot. A stiff task at the weights.
HORSES having their first runs for
new trainers.
BRIGHTON: 3.25 Mr Pocket (P
Cole to R Cowell), 3.55 Canberra
Cliffs (D Cantillon to G L Moore),
3.55 Deccan Queen (Carla Gaines
to J Osborne), 5.25 Mulsanne
Chase (B Barr to H Morrison).
KEMPTON: 6.45 Haabis (G
Peckham to P Chamings), 6.45
Princess Way (P Evans to Miss K
George), 7.15 Chessman (J
Gosden to Archie Watson), 8.15
Cwynar (C Hills to R Hughes).
NEWCASTLE: 5.20 Etikaal (S
Crisford to G Tuer), 6.25 Weellan (J
J Quinn to D O’Meara), 7.25 West
Coast Flyer (H Albloushi to D M
Simcock), 7.55 Exclusive Waters
(Miss T Jackson to N Tinkler), 7.55
Splash Of Verve (P Kirby to D
Thompson).
NOTTINGHAM: 4.05 Iconic Code
(M Channon to K Dalgleish), 5.05
Dahik (R Varian to M W Easterby),
5.05 Flo’s Melody (R Fahey to B
Leavy).
YARMOUTH: 4.45 Calvin’s Gal (L
McJannet to J Ryan).
BIGGEST EARNERS
BRIGHTON .....Robert The Painter
4.25..................................... £66,205
KEMPTON...............................Arod
7.15................................... £866,330
NEWCASTLE ................... Kiwi Bay
7.55................................... £126,091
NOTTINGHAM ..................Multellie
4.35..................................... £41,774
YARMOUTH ...Suzi’s Connoisseur
3.45................................... £136,410
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
BRIGHTON: None.
KEMPTON: O Murphy rides 8.15
El Borracho for S Dow, previous
combinations 2 wins from 2 mounts
100% strike rate at course.
NEWCASTLE: A Mullen rides
7.55 Leodis for T Tate, previous
combinations 6 wins from 18
mounts 33% strike rate at course.
NOTTINGHAM: None.
YARMOUTH: J P Spencer rides
5.50 Slow To Hand for W Jarvis,
previous combinations 2 wins from
2 mounts 100% strike rate at
course.
ONE TO SWERVE
FAST LANDING (Newcastle,
5.20) is open to improvement and
from a yard with a super strike rate
on the all-weather. At 11-10, he is
worth taking on, though.
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YARMOUTH
2.10
MAIDEN STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 4 2YO 5f (6 runners)
£4,787
PATRICK WEAVER
1
2
3
4
5
6
(1)
ADAM TILER R Cowell 9 5........................................ G Mosse 77
(3)
3 ARTAIR (15) M Bell 9 5 ...................................... J P Spencer 98
(4)
REVICH Richard Spencer 9 5.................................S Donohoe 75
(5)
USAIN BOAT G Scott 9 5.....................................S De Sousa 82
(2)
WINDY GUEST G Margarson 9 5 ........................... T Queally 75
(6)
36 HARD FOREST (13)(BF) M Johnston 9 0..... P J McDonald ★99
Star Betting: — 15-8 Hard Forest, 9-4 Artair, 4 Usain Boat, 8 Adam
Tiler, 10 Revich, 14 Windy Guest.
2017: To Wafij 9 5, A Atzeni 13-8 Fav (R Varian), drawn (3), 6 ran.
STARFORM: HARD FOREST DANGER: Artair
STAKES (PLUS 10)
2.40 NOVICE
Class 3 3YO 1m 3f 104yds (5 run)
£9,704
1
2
3
4
5
(1) 41-2 ANTONIAN (27)(A) J Gosden 9 8 .........................N Mackay ★98
(3) 61- CORELLI (164)(A)(T*) J Gosden 9 8 ......................L Dettori 96
(2) L-1 JETSTREAM (69)(A) C Hills 9 8....................NON-RUNNER 99
(5) 22-2 BLAME CULTURE (17) G Margarson 9 2 ............ T Queally 96
(4)
3 KITTILEO (12) M Johnston 9 2 ...................... P J McDonald 87
PADDY POWER: — 8-13 Corelli, 7-2 Blame Culture, 4 Antonian, 10
Kittileo.
4-1 (9-2) Held up mid-division, headSTARFORM CORELLI
way over 1f out, kept on to lead towards finish,
won at Wolverhampton 1m 1f 2yo nov stks (5) in Nov beating
Craving (9-2) by nk, 13 ran.
Antonian 4-1 (9-9) Led after 2f, headed inside final furlong but
kept on willingly to the line, 2nd of 9 to Technological (9-9) at
Lingfield 1m 4f Novice Stakes (3yo) (5) btn by 3l.
Blame Culture 5-1 (9-2) Raced wide close up, ridden and headway inside final furlong, soon every chance, not pace of winner, 2nd
of 10, 1 1/2l behind Hinde Street (9-2) at Lingfield 1m 2f Novice
Stakes (3yo) (5) pol in Apr.
STARFORM: CORELLI DANGER: Antonian
3.15
HANDICAP
Class 5 1m 2f (7 runners)
Usain Boat
Antonian
Oceanus
Mountain Rescue
Seyasah
Gainsay
Olive Mabel
Slow To Hand
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(1) 540 INSOMNIAC (52) D M Simcock 4 9 7 ............... J P Spencer 96
(7) 4-3L HARD TOFFEE (81)(G) L Allan 7 9 5 ....................N Mackay 91
(6) L535 OCEANUS (17)(D,G) Miss J Feilden 4 9 4....Shelley Birkett (3) 89
(4) 0L5- CALM CHARM (197) C Wall 4 9 3 ..................... G Wood (3) 93
(3) 0-02 RAVEN BANNER (35)(D2,G,S) I Furtado 5 9 2 ....S De Sousa ★99
(2) 031L RAVENHOE (10)(A,G,S) M Johnston 5 9 2 ..............A Breslin (7) 92
(5) 6-05 TYRSAL (3)(CD2,C,D2,A,G,S) C Lines 7 9 0 ..........D Egan (3) 94
Star Betting: — 7-4 Raven Banner, 4 Insomniac, 11-2 Calm Charm, 6
Oceanus, 7 Hard Toffee, 10 Ravenhoe, 14 Tyrsal.
STARFORM: RAVEN BANNER DANGER: Ravenhoe
STAR TIP
2.10
2.40
3.15
3.45
4.15
4.45
5.15
5.50
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT – SOFT IN PLACES
Artair
Corelli
Hard Toffee
Salt Whistle Bay
Sonnet Rose
Gainsay
Aldbury Lass
Channel Packet
3.45 HANDICAP
Class 3 7f (7 runners)
£7,246
1 (7) 102- MOUNTAIN RESCUE (222)(D,A,G) C Wall 6 9 7 ..T Queally 95
2 (1) -346 AFANDEM (31)(G,S) M Johnston 4 9 1 ......... P J McDonald 89
3 (2) 030L SUZI’S CONNOISSEUR (5)(D2,A,G,S)(T,V)
S C Williams 7 9 1 J P Spencer 88
4 (4) 212L MAJESTIC MOON (48)(D6,A,G,S) Miss J Feilden 8 9 1
Shelley Birkett (3) 85
5 (5) 0550 LONDON (14)(D2,A,S) P McEntee 5 9 1 .Nicola Currie (5) 86
6 (3) 312- SALT WHISTLE BAY (179)(D,S) R Guest 4 8 12 M Harley 92
7 (6) 2212 RIPP ORF (27)(A) D Elsworth 4 8 12 ..................S De Sousa ★99
Star Betting: — 9-4 Ripp Orf, 5-2 Salt Whistle Bay, 4 Mountain
Rescue, 7 Afandem, 10 Suzi’s Connoisseur, 14 London, Majestic Moon.
STARFORM: MOUNTAIN RESCUE DANGER: Salt Whistle Bay
4.15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(6)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(9)
(5)
(3)
(7)
(8)
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
Class 5 7f (9 runners)
£3,752
SONNET ROSE (17)(D2,A)(B,T) C Allen 4 9 7....S Woods (7) 97
THE LACEMAKER (17)(A)(P) C Dwyer 4 9 6 ..S De Sousa 92
SEYASAH (209) C Wall 4 9 4................................. T Queally 88
LA ISLA BONITA (39)(D,A)(P*) Richard Spencer 4 8 13 ...S Donohoe 86
RAMBLOW (33)(BF,D,A)(P) M Appleby 5 8 12 ...Nicola Currie (5) ★99
TALLULAH’S QUEST (27) Miss J Feilden 4 8 10 ... Shelley Birkett (3) 89
EMILY GOLDFINCH (17)(D,G)(P) P McEntee 5 8 8 ...G Wood (3) 87
RONNI LAYNE (26) L Allan 4 8 3 ..........................N Mackay 83
HOW’S LUCY (20)(P) J Chapple-Hyam 4 8 2 ...........D Egan (3) 88
LONG HANDICAP: How’s Lucy 7-13.
Star Betting: — 10-3 Ramblow, 4 The Lacemaker, 11-2 Seyasah, 6
Sonnet Rose, 7 Tallulah’s Quest, 8 Emily Goldfinch, 10 others.
2017: Wahiba 4 9 0, A Atzeni 7-2 JtFav (M Botti), drawn (3), 8 ran.
STARFORM: RAMBLOW DANGER: Seyasah
3113
4412
2L40-5L
0112
55-6
0-44
42-0
4000
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
4.45
HANDICAP (STR) (DIV 1)
Class 6 3YO 1m (9 runners)
£3,105
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(7) 4003 LULU STAR (12) Miss J Feilden 9 9 ..... Shelley Birkett (3) 96
(8) 5-L0 PATTY PATCH (26)(V) Richard Spencer 9 8 .....S Donohoe 90
(9) -L50 MANDARIN PRINCESS (12) P McBride 9 7.....S De Sousa 92
(1) -55L ROSEDALE TOPPING (68)(V) E Vaughan 9 6 ..P J McDonald 97
(5) 00-1 GAINSAY (26)(A) J Portman 9 5......................... G Wood (3) ★99
(3) 05-5 JAZZY GIRL (20) B Powell 9 0 .............................D Egan (3) 93
(2) LL6- CALVIN’S GAL (234) J Ryan 9 0 .....................J Osborn (7) 91
(4) L-L3 BANJO’S VOICE (25)(B) J Chapple-Hyam 8 12 ...Nicola Currie (5) 89
(6) 00-4 PRETTY PEARL (103) R Eddery 8 12 ....................M Harley 95
Star Betting: — 4 Gainsay, 9-2 Lulu Star, 5 Mandarin Princess, 6 Patty
Patch, Banjo’s Voice, 10 Rosedale Topping, Calvin’s Gal, 12 others.
STARFORM: LULU STAR DANGER: Gainsay
(STR) (DIV 2)
5.15 HANDICAP
Class 6 3YO 1m (9 runners)
£3,105
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(4) 00-1 CHORAL MUSIC (20)(A) J Portman 9 8............ G Wood (3) ★99
(8) L0-6 SPRING PRAISE (18)(BF)(B*) M Botti 9 7.... G Malune (5) 88
(7) 060- GRASMERE (138) A Bailey 9 7 ............................. R Winston 93
(3) 560- HIDDEN DREAM (195)(P*) Mrs C Dunnett 9 6..S Donohoe 83
(9) 0453 OLIVE MABEL (25) D Ivory 9 2 .......................... J Duern (3) 90
(2) -04L AHFAD (10)(T,V*) S C Williams 9 0 ...................S De Sousa 92
(1) 00L- ALDBURY LASS (151) R Eddery 9 0 .....................M Harley 92
(5) -005 MISS MOLLIE (41) J Given 8 12 ...................NON-RUNNER 89
(6) LLL- SANDKISSED (173)(H) Miss Amy Murphy 8 12 ..Nicola Currie (5) 88
Star Betting: — 11-4 Olive Mabel, 3 Spring Praise, 4 Choral Music, 8
Ahfad, 10 Grasmere, 12 Aldbury Lass, 16 others.
STARFORM: OLIVE MABEL DANGER: Choral Music
WELFARE HANDICAP (STR)
5.50 RACING
Class 6 1m (8 runners)
£3,105
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(6) LL-4 SCREAMING GEMINI (20)(B) R Varian 4 9 4 ..........D Egan (3) 95
(8) 4126 KING OSWALD (82)(CD,D,A,G) J Unett 5 9 2 . G Wood (3) 95
(7) 04-0 CHANNEL PACKET (38) M Appleby 4 8 12....A Rawlinson 89
(3) 322- SUBLIMATION (374)(D,G,S) S Gollings 8 8 11 ... P J McDonald ★99
(1) 550- SLOW TO HAND (189)(C,G)(B) W Jarvis 4 8 11 . J P Spencer 93
(5) 0403 MISU PETE (22)(A,G)(P) M Usher 6 8 8 ...........S De Sousa 95
(4) 2336 DOR’S LAW (34)(D,A)(P) D Ivory 5 8 6 ............. J Duern (3) 93
(2) -L20 CANDESTA (25)(D5,A,G)(T) Miss J Feilden 8 8 2 .. N Garbutt (3) 91
Star Betting: — 11-4 Screaming Gemini, 7-2 Misu Pete, 4 Sublimation,
7 King Oswald, 8 Dor’s Law, Slow To Hand, 14 others.
STARFORM: KING OSWALD DANGER: Sublimation
NOTTINGHAM
NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
2.00 FILLIES’
Class 5 2YO 5f (5 runners)
£4,528
PATRICK WEAVER
1
2
3
4
5
(1)
4 CHITRA (19) D Kubler 9 0.....................................G Downing 93
(2)
3 DELFT DANCER (10) M Johnston 9 0 ................. J Crowley 95
(4)
RED HANDED M Channon 9 0 ..................................J F Egan 89
(3)
SKEETAH J J Quinn 9 0 .................................................J Hart 91
(5)
SPELL R Hannon 9 0 ....................................................S Levey ★99
Star Betting: — 13-8 Delft Dancer, 5-2 Spell, 5 Chitra, 6 Red Handed,
7 Skeetah.
2017: Main Desire 9 0, D Tudhope 7-2 (M Bell), drawn (4), 8 ran.
STARFORM: DELFT DANCER DANGER: Chitra
NOVICE STAKES
2.30 188BET
Class 5 3YO 1m (8 runners)
£4,528
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(6) 41- MUSHTAQ (145)(A) R Hannon 9 9 ...........................S Levey 92
(3)
CACOPHONOUS D Menuisier 9 2 ......................... J Crowley 79
(4)
L COHEN (7)(T) W Haggas 9 2 ...................... Georgia Cox (3) 56
(7)
ELEDEED Sir M Stoute 9 2..................................R Kingscote ★99
(5)
0 GIOVANNI (14) P Chapple-Hyam 9 2 ....................J Mitchell 86
(8)
M C MULDOON P Chapple-Hyam 9 2 .........................D Allan 88
(2)
0 OLYMPIC ODYSSEY (10)(H*) G Scott 9 2 .......E Greatrex 65
(1)
00 POSSIBLY SO (28) D Elsworth 9 2 ....................A Jones (3) 78
Star Betting: — 5-4 Mushtaq, 4 Eledeed, 5 Giovanni, 7 Cacophonous,
12 M C Muldoon, 16 Olympic Odyssey, 20 Possibly So, Cohen.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MUSHTAQ DANGER: Giovanni
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
3.00 188BET
Class 5 3YO 1m (8 runners)
1
2
3
4
(6)
(2)
(7)
(1)
Spell
Giovanni
Tig Tog
Pattie
Apache Blaze
Slunovrat
Flo’s Melody
£4,528
TIG TOG (27) R Hannon 9 8 .......................................S Levey 97
FELISA (66)(D,A,S) P Evans 9 7 .............................J F Egan 94
COSMOPOLITAN QUEEN (213) D Elsworth 9 7.. J Crowley ★99
LAST ENCHANTMENT (27)(BF) Eve J-Houghton 9 4
E Greatrex 98
5 (5) 405- CHANTRESSE (192) K Burke 9 0 .......................... C Lee (3) 89
6 (3) 40-2 LADY ALAVESA (15)(S) Miss G Kelleway 8 13 ........D Allan 93
7 (8) 1322 ELIXSOFT (12)(A) Roger Fell 8 12 ................................G Lee 97
8 (4) 0-40 SUPERSYMMETRY (27) David Loughnane 8 10 ...K O’Neill 86
Star Betting: — 3 Last Enchantment, 7-2 Tig Tog, 5 Lady Alavesa, 6
Cosmopolitan Queen, 7 Chantresse, 8 Elixsoft, 10 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: TIG TOG DANGER: Last Enchantment
33-3
1L2L
24L20-2
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
4.05 188BET
Class 5 3YO 1m 2f (11 runners)
STAR TIP
2.00
2.30
3.00
3.35
4.05
4.35
5.05
Skeetah
Eledeed
Chantresse
Mama Africa
Iconic Code
Thistimenextyear
Samovar (nap)
GOING: SOFT
HANDICAP
4.35 188BET.CO.UK
Class 4 1m 6f (5 runners)
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
3.35
EBF FILLIES’ HANDICAP
Class 3 1m (7 runners)
£16,172
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(2) 30-2 RED TEA (14)(D3,G) P Hiatt 5 9 8 ........... Finley Marsh (5) 94
(5) 46-0 SEDUCE ME (38)(D,G,S)(P) K Burke 4 9 7 ........ J Crowley ★99
(1) LL20 PATTIE (32)(D2,A,G,S) M Channon 4 9 2..............J F Egan 97
(3) 1-42 MAMA AFRICA (27)(D,A) T D Barron 4 8 11 ...Jane Elliott (5) 92
(6) L0-6 KYLLACHYS TALE (27)(D3,A,G,S) R Teal 4 8 10 .J Mitchell 96
(7) -330 FEATHERY (37)(BF)(T) C Fellowes 4 8 9 .......R Kingscote 90
(4) 00-0 PRYING PANDORA (10)(D,A,S)(P*) R Fahey 5 8 5 ...P Mathers 92
Star Betting: — 9-4 Red Tea, 4 Mama Africa, 5 Seduce Me, 6 Prying
Pandora, 7 Pattie, 10 Feathery, 40 Kyllachys Tale.
2017: No corresponding race.
Tea 25-1 (8-11) Close up, ridden and every
STARFORM Red
chance over 1f out, led inside final furlong,
headed post, 2nd of 19, shd behind Examiner (9-2) at Newmarket
1m hcp 0-100 (2) gs in Apr.
Mama Africa 8-1 (8-12) Led 1f, tracked leaders, ridden 2f out,
chased winner entering final furlong, ran on, 2nd of 9, 1l behind
Pearl Spectre (9-0) at Southwell 1m hcp 0-80 (4) fbs in Apr.
Seduce Me 33-1 (9-2) Chased leaders centre group, ridden over
1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 8th of 20, 12l behind High
Acclaim (8-10) at Doncaster 1m hcp (4yo+) (2) sft in Mar.
STARFORM: KYLLACHYS TALE DANGER: Seduce Me
£4,528
1 (2) 100- AMAZING MICHELE (186)(S) R Fahey 9 7 .............. C Murtagh (5) 88
2 (4) -451 RENNY’S LADY (64)(A) P Evans 9 4 .....................K O’Neill 91
3 (6) 0-2L DREAM MALFUNCTION (34)(P*) J Tuite 9 4 ..E Greatrex 83
4 (10) 461- ICONIC CODE (190)(S) K Dalgleish 9 3 .......................G Lee 92
5 (9) 46-4 ANN WITHOUT AN E (20)(H*) M Channon 9 3 ...J F Egan 86
6 (7) 4L-L CALLING RIO (17)(P*) David Loughnane 9 1 ..... J Crowley 84
7 (3) 6-L2 DOUBLE REFLECTION (8)(S) K Burke 9 0.......... C Lee (3) 95
8 (8) 6-61 APACHE BLAZE (10)(CD,S) R Brisland 9 0 ............S Levey ★99
9 (11) 00-3 MAID UP (12) A Balding 8 13 ..................................R Hornby 88
10 (5) 05-4 HYANNA (12) T Easterby 8 11 ....................................D Allan 82
11 (1) 065- POINT IN TIME (153) M Usher 8 11 ..........................R Tate 82
Star Betting: — 7-2 Double Reflection, 5 Maid Up, 6 Apache Blaze,
Renny’s Lady, 7 Iconic Code, 10 Ann Without An E, Hyanna, 12 others.
STARFORM: AMAZING MICHELE DANGER: Iconic Code
£7,763
1
2
3
4
5
(2) 260- SLUNOVRAT (199)(CD,G,S) D Menuisier 7 9 7 . J Crowley ★99
(5) 556/ ROMAN FLIGHT (J507)(G) D Dennis 10 8 13 ............G Lee 81
(3) 140- THISTIMENEXTYEAR (J9)(S)(H) R Spencer 4 8 13 ............ S Levey 92
(1) 0-65 MULTELLIE (68)(G,S) T Easterby 6 8 9 ....................D Allan 90
(4) 450- ZENAFIRE (J187)(D3,G,S)(P) Sarah Hollinshead 9 8 5 ..P Mathers 91
Star Betting: — 11-10 Roman Flight, 7-4 Slunovrat, 8 Thistimenextyear,
10 Zenafire, 14 Multellie.
2017: On Fire 4 9 2, P Hanagan 2-1 Fav (J Bethell), drawn (8), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SLUNOVRAT DANGER: Thistimenextyear
HANDICAP
5.05 188BET
Class 4 3YO 5f (8 runners)
£6,469
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(2) -450 ROCKIES SPIRIT (12)(G) D P Quinn 9 9...............J F Egan 84
(3) 106- DAHIK (222)(D,G) M W Easterby 9 8 ............................G Lee 88
(4) 2-13 DOTTED SWISS (18)(BF,D,A) R Hannon 9 8 .........S Levey ★99
(5) 3-30 LITTLE BOY BLUE (10)(D,A) W G M Turner 9 7 ............F Marsh (5) 87
(1) 5L-0 ANGEL FORCE (10)(D,S)(H) D C Griffiths 9 7 .........D Allan 86
(8) 3111 SAMOVAR (10)(CD,D2,A,S)(B) S Dixon 9 4 .........K O’Neill 98
(7) 0-20 THE GOLDEN CUE (6)(BF,D,S) Steph Hollinshead 8 10 ........ T Eley (7) 81
(6) 102- FLO’S MELODY (223)(A,G) B Leavy 8 3 ............ P Mathers 82
Star Betting: — 3 Samovar, 10-3 Dotted Swiss, 5 Little Boy Blue, 6
The Golden Cue, Rockies Spirit, 10 Flo’s Melody, 12 others.
STARFORM: DAHIK DANGER: Samovar
BRIGHTON
AUCTION STAKES
2.20 NOVICE
Class 5 2YO 5f (5 runners)
£3,752
PATRICK WEAVER
1
2
3
4
5
(1)
JAMES WATT M Bell 9 2 ............................... Hayley Turner 79
(5)
KAPONO Miss Amy Murphy 9 2 ............................ L De Souza 77
(4)
NAYSLAYER S Kirk 9 2..............................................L Morris 78
(2)
WEDDING DATE R Hannon 8 11 .......................T Marquand ★99
(3)
SPIRIT OF SOCIETY Miss Amy Murphy 8 6 .... Hollie Doyle 81
Star Betting: — 11-10 Wedding Date, 11-4 James Watt, 5 Nayslayer,
7 Spirit Of Society, 14 Kapono.
2017: Starlight Mystery 8 8, J Fanning 10-11 Fav (M Johnston),
drawn (1), 5 ran.
STARFORM: WEDDING DATE DANGER: James Watt
WELFARE HANDICAP
2.50 RACING
Class 5 3YO 1m 4f (7 runners)
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(1) 065- DIOCLETIAN (188) A Balding 9 10 ................. J Watson (5) 95
(4) 06-3 ROCKY SHORES (46) M Channon 9 7 ............. C Shepherd 93
(3) 336- MAIL ORDER (184) M Johnston 9 5........................F Norton 97
(7) 23-4 SASSIE (18) S Kirk 9 4 ...............................................L Morris 90
(2) -013 FONT VERT (34)(A)(V) R Beckett 9 3 .................L Steward ★99
(5) 00-0 STRONGARM CHASER (10) R Hannon 8 13 ..T Marquand 98
(6) 001- GALLOPING HOGAN (196)(S) S Kirk 8 11 .. M Godwin (3) 94
Star Betting: — 11-4 Galloping Hogan, 4 Diocletian, 9-2 Mail Order, 5
Font Vert, 7 Sassie, 8 Strongarm Chaser, 10 Rocky Shores.
STARFORM: MAIL ORDER DANGER: Galloping Hogan
3.25
HANDICAP
Class 4 5f (5 runners)
£5,531
1 (5) 0230 ROSE BERRY (32)(D4,A,G)(H) C Dwyer 4 9 7 ... L Edmunds (3) 91
2 (3) 6-L5 SUPER JULIUS (14)(CD,D2,A,G) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 5
C Bishop ★99
3 (2) L00L NAUTICAL HAVEN (8)(G) Suzi Best 4 9 5 .........D Costello 85
4 (4) 5-10 LIBERATUM (12)(D2,A,S) Mrs R Carr 4 9 1...........L Morris 90
5 (1) 20-2 MR POCKET (108)(A,F) R Cowell 4 8 9 .................F Norton 92
Star Betting: — 2 Rose Berry, 9-4 Mr Pocket, 10-3 Super Julius, 6
Liberatum, 10 Nautical Haven.
2017: Cosmopolitan Girl 4 9 7, J Fanning 4-1 (R Cowell), drawn (4), 6 ran.
STARFORM: LIBERATUM DANGER: Mr Pocket
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
3.55 EBF
Class 3 1m 2f (7 runners)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
£9,767
(7) 054- CANBERRA CLIFFS (121)(D4,G,S) G L Moore 4 9 7 ...J Watson (5) 92
(2) /10- PRECIOUS RAMOTSWE (165)(D,A,S) J Gosden 4 9 6....R Havlin ★99
(5) 240- WHITE CHOCOLATE (206)(D2,S) D M Simcock 4 9 3 ..H Bentley 95
(3) 4-4L DECCAN QUEEN (71)(D) J Osborne 4 8 13 .......D Costello 90
(4) L40- FLYING NORTH (223)(D,G) R Hannon 4 8 11 T Marquand 94
(6) 2424 CHAMPAGNE PINK (26)(BF,A) K Burke 4 8 9 ......L Morris 94
(1) 210- CARAVELA (213)(BF,S) M Channon 4 8 7 ...... C Shepherd 88
Star Betting: — 13-8 Precious Ramotswe, 4 White Chocolate, 5
Champagne Pink, 6 Caravela, 8 Canberra Cliffs, 12 others.
2017: Singyoursong 4 9 7, G Buckell(5) 4-1 (D M Simcock), drawn
(6), 6 ran.
James Watt
Font Vert
Super Julius
Flying North
Sir Jamie
Balgair
It’s How We Roll
STAR TIP
2.20
2.50
3.25
3.55
4.25
4.55
5.25
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT – GOOD IN PLACES
Wedding Date
Rocky Shores (nb)
Mr Pocket
Canberra Cliffs
Sir Jamie
Balgair
Austin Friars
RAMOTSWE (8-12) 11th of 12, 26l
STARFORM PRECIOUS
behind Bebe D’Amour (8-12) at Saint-Cloud(FR)
1m 4f Listed stks (1) gs in Nov.
White Chocolate 4-1 (8-11) In touch, ridden over 2f out, no
impression, 7th of 10, 7l behind Cribbs Causeway (9-0) at
Newmarket 1m 4f fll hcp (2) gd in Oct.
Champagne Pink 5-2fav (9-7) Led, ridden and headed over 1f
out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, weakened soon after, 4th of 6, 3
1/2l behind Mouille Point (9-10) at Wolverhampton 1m 1f fll hcp
(0-75) (5) in Apr.
Caravela 3-1fav (9-2) Mid-division, never on terms, 7th of 10, 8l behind
Marsh Pride (9-12) at Chester 1m 2f flls hcp 0-80 (4) hvy in Sep.
STARFORM: PRECIOUS RAMOTSWE DANGER: White Chocolate
4.25 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m (14 runners)
1 (4)
2 (1)
3 (10)
4 (6)
£3,105
ROBERT THE PAINTER (7)(D4,G,S)(B) D Steele 10 9 7..K Fox 82
TARSEEKH (27)(D,A)(V) C Gordon 5 9 6 ..............C Bishop 84
WITH APPROVAL (20)(CD,C,D,A,G)(P) Mrs L Mongan 6 9 6..L Morris 92
BLOODSWEATANDTEARS (27)(CD4,G,S) W Knight 10 9 6
J Watson (5) ★99
5 (7) 0-0L KAABER (22)(A,G) M Blake 7 9 5 .................. M Godwin (3) 91
6 (12) -5L0 RIGHTWAY (40)(D,A,G) A Carroll 7 9 5 ..Poppy Bridgwater (7) 87
7 (13) 6425 RATTLE ON (20)(BF,D,A)(P) J Boyle 5 9 4...P Bradley (5) 85
8 (3) 0001 SIR JAMIE (20)(D2,A)(B) A Carroll 5 9 3............. D Probert 88
9 (11) -L54 FALSE ID (20)(C,A,G)(T) J Farrelly 5 8 12 ................ D Keenan (7) 88
10(14) 03-4 MASTER OF HEAVEN (20)(C,A,G)(P) J Boyle 5 8 12 ..C Bennett (3) 90
11 (8) 6PL5 ST JAMES’S PARK (20) R J Smith 5 8 12 ............H Crouch 77
12 (5) 300- LADY GWHINNYVERE (225) J Spearing 4 8 12 .. C Noble (5) 80
13 (2) -60L KWIKSTEP (83)(B) Andi Brown 4 8 12 ....................R Havlin 88
14 (9) L/L- SPICE BOAT (J5) P Butler 6 8 12...................... C Shepherd 78
LONG HANDICAP: False Id 8-11, Master Of Heaven 8-11, St James’s
Park 8-11, Lady Gwhinnyvere 8-11, Kwikstep 8-11, Spice Boat 8-11.
Star Betting: — 4 Bloodsweatandtears, 9-2 With Approval, 6 Rattle
On, 7 Sir Jamie, 8 Master Of Heaven, Tarseekh, False Id, 14 others.
2017: Buzz Lightyere 4 9 4, L Keniry 8-1 (P Hide), drawn (10), 13
ran.
STARFORM: WITH APPROVAL DANGER: Bloodsweatandtears
-050
0210
05-3
4023
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
STARFORM 3.25 Liberatum (treble) 3.55 Precious Ramotswe
(nap) 5.25 Sussex Girl (nb)
CLOCKFORM 4.55 Balgair 6pts win
4.55 HANDICAP
Class 5 7f (8 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) -005 BLACK CAESAR (7)(CD2,C2,D,A,G,S) P Hide 7 9 9 ...J Watson (5) 88
2 (8) -644 ZLATAN (15)(G,S)(P) E De Giles 5 9 9 ............ C Shepherd 86
3 (4) 00-0 GOOD LUCK CHARM (15)(CD5,D2,A,F,G,S)(P*)
G L Moore 9 9 7 H Crouch 89
4 (1) -50L BRIYOUNI (41)(D,G) R Beckett 5 9 5 ...Emma Wilkinson (7) 93
5 (3) 05-2 BOUNTY PURSUIT (20)(D2,A) M Blake 6 9 4 . M Godwin (3) 97
6 (5) 00-0 TAI SING YEH (10)(D,A)(T) C Hills 4 9 3..............M Dwyer 85
7 (2) 232- BALGAIR (181)(BF,D,G) Tom Clover 4 9 3.............R Havlin ★99
8 (6) 600- DUKE OF NORTH (190)(C,D2,A,G,S) J Boyle 6 8 8..Isobel Francis (7) 87
Star Betting: — 7-2 Balgair, 4 Bounty Pursuit, 5 Zlatan, Good Luck
Charm, 6 Black Caesar, 7 Tai Sing Yeh, 12 Duke Of North, Briyouni.
2017: Lastmanlastround 4 10 0, David Probert 7-4 (R Guest), drawn (1), 5 ran.
STARFORM: BOUNTY PURSUIT DANGER: Good Luck Charm
HANDICAP
5.25 APPRENTICE
Class 6 1m 2f (11 runners)
£3,105
1 (8) 2612 ZEPHYROS (17)(D2,A,G) D Bridgwater 7 9 9.... Poppy Bridgwater (7) 96
2 (10) 5/L4 OFFICER DRIVEL (17)(A,G)(H) Suzi Best 7 9 8 .. H Burns (5) 92
3 (6) 311- SUSSEX GIRL (189)(CD,D,S) J Berry 4 9 7...Rossa Ryan (3) ★99
4 (5) 20-3 ARCHIMENTO (13)(P*) P Hide 5 9 7 ............. J Watson (5) 87
5 (3) 04-0 ASHAZURI (20)(G)(H) J Portman 4 9 5 ............. J Bryan (3) 87
6 (1) 6346 ICONIC BELLE (8) M Channon 4 9 5 ... Lenka Helmecka (7) 82
7 (2) 22-L JUNOESQUE (25)(P) J Gallagher 4 9 0 .................... P Pilley 85
8 (9) L/LL AUSTIN FRIARS (13)(D,A)(T*) Suzi Best 6 9 0 ..G Mahon (3) 93
9 (11) 05-0 IT’S HOW WE ROLL (22)(B) J Spearing 4 8 11 ...C Noble (3) 84
10 (7) 611L STRINGYBARK CREEK (33)(BF,A) J Farrelly 4 8 10 ...............D Keenan (5) 97
11 (4) 055- MULSANNE CHASE (194) H Morrison 4 8 10 .... C Bennett 86
Star Betting: — 4 Sussex Girl, 5 Stringybark Creek, Archimento, 6
Zephyros, 8 Iconic Belle, Officer Drivel, 10 Ashazuri, 12 others.
2017: Miss Inga Sock 5 8 11, Georgia Cox(3) 6-1 (Eve J-Houghton),
drawn (2), 9 ran.
STARFORM: SUSSEX GIRL DANGER: Archimento
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
TIME TO WAGE WAR
SAXON Warrior and Gustav
Klimt are likely to represent
Aidan O’Brien in the Qipco
2,000 Guineas at Newmarket
on Saturday.
O’Brien is hoping to win the race for
the ninth time and it will be interesting
to see which Ryan Moore opts to ride.
Saxon Warrior won the Racing Post
Trophy last autumn. Gustav Klimt took
a 2,000 Guineas Trial at Leopardstown
on his reappearance. Moore was in the
saddle on both occasions.
The home challenge is headed by
Elarqam, a colt by Frankel out of 1,000
Guineas winner Attraction. He won
both his starts last season in fast times
and looks an exciting prospect.
Ante-post favourite Happily is one
of 18 fillies still in the Qipco 1000
Guineas on Sunday.
Aidan O’Brien’s filly won four of her
seven juvenile starts, including Group
One triumphs at the Curragh and at
Chantilly.
She disappointed on her last start at
the Breeders’ Cup, but is the general 5-2
■ by PATRICK WEAVER
market leader to provide O’Brien with
a fifth victory in the first fillies’ Classic
of the campaign.
The Ballydoyle maestro has whittled
his team down to five, with Bye Bye
Baby, I Can Fly, Sarrocchi and Sizzling
his other contenders. September is a
notable absentee.
Portledge (nap)
Gowanbuster (treble)
Moretti
Hediddodinthe
Tom’s Rock (nb)
Exclusive Waters
Monsieur Mel
SEIZE THE MAY
■
TROPHY
WINNER:
Saxon Warrior
MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
6.25 NOVICE
Class 5 6f (10 runners)
£3,752
STAR TIP
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Charles Fox
Walk On Walter
Archibelle
Testa Rossa
Exclusive Waters
Groundworker
(GEE) HANDICAP
5.20 WYG
Class 4 7f (10 runners)
£5,531
1 (3) 050- MON BEAU VISAGE (200)(CD,D,A,G) D O’Meara 5 9 9
D Tudhope 91
2 (9) /21- FAST LANDING (455)(D,A)(P) S bin Suroor 4 9 7 ... P Cosgrave ★99
3 (4) 10L- ETIKAAL (241)(D,A) G Tuer 4 9 5 ........................... P Makin 87
4 (6) 14-3 IMPERIAL STATE (31)(G)(T) M W Easterby 5 9 3 ..............N Evans 89
5 (1) 6633 FLORENCIO (13)(D,A,S)(P) Roger Fell 5 9 2 ... T Hamilton 91
6 (8) L435 FAST TRACK (26)(A,G,S) T D Barron 7 9 1 ...... Ben Curtis 88
7 (7) 00-1 CHAPLIN BAY (32)(CD2,D,A,G) Mrs R Carr 6 9 1 ...J P Sullivan 93
8 (10) 013- PORTLEDGE (176)(CD,A)(B) J Bethell 4 8 12 .........K Stott 98
9 (2) 0-00 AMOOD (3)(CD,A,G) S G West 7 8 11 ..........Paula Muir (7) 85
10 (5) 06-0 EASTERN RACER (12)(G)(P) B Ellison 6 8 10
B Robinson (5) 82
Star Betting: — 9-4 Fast Landing, 4 Chaplin Bay, 5 Imperial State, 6
Florencio, 7 Portledge, 12 Fast Track, 14 Mon Beau Visage, 25 others.
2017: No corresponding meeting.
STARFORM: FAST LANDING DANGER: Mon Beau Visage
PRODUCTS UK LTD HANDICAP
5.55 EQUINE
Class 5 3YO 6f (9 runners)
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(7) 2121 SNAFFLED (74)(CD,D,A) D Brown 9 9 .............. H Shaw (5) 94
(8) 6-30 KNOCKOUT BLOW (32)(A) M Johnston 9 7 .......J Fanning 88
(3) 51-3 GOWANBUSTER (32)(CD,A)(T) S Corbett 9 7 ...P Mulrennan 85
(9) 13-0 GANGLAND (11)(D,S) R Fahey 9 6 ....................P Hanagan 86
(4) 6-51 CHARLES FOX (95)(A) J Fanshawe 9 3 .............D Muscutt ★99
(5) 334 CITRON MAJOR (54) N Tinkler 9 2 ......................... T Eaves 90
(1) 00-6 HAVANA STAR (12)(BF,G) K Ryan 9 2....................K Stott 82
(6) 00-0 TEMBER (12) T D Barron 8 10 ............................. Ben Curtis 81
(2) 40-5 MOONLIT SANDS (12) B Ellison 8 9 .......... B Robinson (5) 80
Star Betting: — 9-4 Charles Fox, 7-2 Snaffled, 7 Havana Star, 8
Gangland, 10 Tember, Knockout Blow, Gowanbuster, 12 others.
STARFORM: GANGLAND DANGER: Snaffled
1 (1) 45-3 BUSTAM (35) J J Quinn 3 9 2 .......................................J Hart 95
2 (7)
FIRST BREATH B Haslam 3 9 2 .......................P Mulrennan 88
3 (9) 30-5 HARROGATE (32) J Bethell 3 9 2...............................K Stott 92
4 (6)
40 HE’S ONE OF R OWN (5) J Tuite 3 9 2.............P Cosgrave 98
5 (2)
LL MARDY GRAS (12) Mrs R Carr 3 9 2 ................J P Sullivan 56
6 (3) 534- SAISONS D’OR (193) J O’Keeffe 3 9 2 ................. J Garritty 92
7 (10)
UNIQUE COMPANY D Thompson 3 9 2 .................A Mullen 82
8 (5) 44-2 WALK ON WALTER (35)(H) D M Simcock 3 9 2.... T Eaves ★99
9 (4) 24L- WEELLAN (193) D O’Meara 3 9 2........................D Tudhope 88
10 (8) 30- MORETTI (164)(H) D O’Meara 3 8 11 ..................... S James 83
Star Betting: — 2 Walk On Walter, 7-2 Bustam, 5 Saisons D’or,
Weellan, 7 Harrogate, 12 Moretti, 25 others.
STARFORM: BUSTAM DANGER: Walk On Water
GROUP HANDICAP
6.55 GAINFORD
Class 5 2m (8 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) 53-1 BAL DE RIO (35)(CD,A) B Ellison 5 9 13 .......B Robinson (5) 98
2 (8) 1L3- CHEBSEY BEAU (197)(G,S) J J Quinn 8 9 8 ..Phil Dennis (3) 85
3 (2) -62L CAGED LIGHTNING (68)(D,A)(P) S Gollings 8 9 8
T Hamilton 89
4 (1) 665- CRAY (257)(G) J Bethell 4 9 7.....................................K Stott 87
5 (6) -221 HEDIDDODINTHE (12)(CD,A)(P) I Jardine 4 9 7
J Gormley (5) ★99
6 (4) 242- ITALIAN RIVIERA (244)(D3,A,S)(H) Kenneth Slack 9 9 6
P Mulrennan 97
7 (5) 0434 PANTOMIME (12) Rebecca Menzies 6 8 5 .............A Mullen 85
8 (3) -6L1 ARCHIBELLE (82)(CD,A) R M Smith 4 8 4 ......J P Sullivan 92
LONG HANDICAP: Pantomime 7-9, Archibelle 8-2.
Star Betting: — 6-5 Hediddodinthe, 9-2 Bal De Rio, 5 Archibelle, 7
Italian Riviera, 12 Chebsey Beau, 14 Cray, 16 others.
STARFORM: BAL DE RIO DANGER: Chebsey Beau
7.25 HANDICAP
Class 4 1m 2f (6 runners)
£5,531
1 (5)
/00- WEST COAST FLYER (159)(C,A) D M Simcock 5 9 9
P Cosgrave 90
2 (1) -130 TESTA ROSSA (31)(C5,D3,A,G,S)(V) J Goldie 8 9 7
Phil Dennis (3) 83
3 (4) -123 TOM’S ROCK (26)(BF,D3,A,S) J Butler 5 9 6 ....D Muscutt 93
4 (2) 5L0- DALSHAND (182) D O’Meara 5 9 3 .....................D Tudhope 84
5 (6) 6L1 SHANGHAI SILVER (26)(D,A) C Hills 4 9 2 .....P Hanagan ★99
6 (3) 36-0 JAMACHO (35) B Ellison 4 8 7.......................Nathan Evans 78
Star Betting: — 11-10 Shanghai Silver, 7-2 Tom’s Rock, 4 West Coast
Flyer, 10 Testa Rossa, 12 Jamacho, 16 Dalshand.
STARFORM: WEST COAST FLYER DANGER: Tom’s Rock
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
7.55
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Class 6 1m 2f (12 runners)
£3,170
1 (10) 0464 ARCHIPELIGO (49)(CD2,A,G)(P) I Jardine 7 9 9...J Gormley (5) 90
2 (5) 6400 ROCKWOOD (49)(D,A,G)(V) K McLintock 7 9 8 .. Daniel Tudhope 86
3 (8) 602- EXCLUSIVE WATERS (159)(CD,D4,A,G) N Tinkler 8 9 7
T Eaves 90
4 (6) 54L0 ABUSHAMAH (10)(G,S) Mrs R Carr 7 9 6 .......J P Sullivan 82
5 (7) 54-5 PICKETT’S CHARGE (10)(C,A,G) B Ellison 5 9 4.. Ben Robinson (5) 83
6 (1) 11-4 CHAMPAGNE RULES (34)(C,D2,A,S) Mrs S Watt 7 9 3
Connor Murtagh (5) ★99
7 (9) 10-0 TRAVELTALK (27)(D,S) B Ellison 4 9 1.....K Schofield (7) 83
8 (2) L-03 KIWI BAY (35)(C2,D,A,G,S) M Dods 13 9 0 . C Rodriguez (3) 94
9 (12) 5345 LEODIS (35) T Tate 6 8 10........................................A Mullen 89
10 (4) L60- BETTY GRABLE (172) W Storey 4 8 9.........Nathan Evans 82
11(11) L64/ SPLASH OF VERVE (650)(D,A,G) D Thompson 6 8 7
P Hanagan 82
12 (3) L5/0 OROBAS (17)(V) Lucinda Egerton 6 8 7 ........Paula Muir (7) 77
LONG HANDICAP: Splash Of Verve 8-6, Orobas 8-1.
Star Betting: — 9-2 Champagne Rules, 5 Pickett’s Charge, Kiwi Bay,
6 Archipeligo, Exclusive Waters, 10 Rockwood, Leodis, 12 others.
STARFORM: CHAMPAGNE RULES DANGER: Exclusive Waters
DASH HANDICAP
8.25 DISSINGTON
Class 6 5f(11 runners)
£3,170
1 (3) 6541 WHO TOLD JO JO (7)(D3,G,S) J Tuite 4 9 11(6ex) . J Mitchell ★99
2 (5) L0-2 GROUNDWORKER (27)(CD2,D2,A,G,S)(T) P Midgley 7 9 9
P Mulrennan 95
3 (7) 3060 STAR CRACKER (10)(C,D3,A,S)(P) J Goldie 6 9 7
D Tudhope 88
4 (10) 0230 HISAR (11)(BF,A)(B) M Appleby 4 9 7............. K Lundie (5) 90
5 (1) 513U FUEL INJECTION (21)(CD,D3,A,G) Mrs R Carr 7 9 6
J P Sullivan 90
6 (4) 0L05 FLY TRUE (21)(D,A)(H) Suzzanne France 5 9 2 .... T Eaves 80
7 (8) 5L35 MONSIEUR MEL (26)(H) A Brittain 4 9 0 ...............C Hardie 92
8 (9) 05L0 NOVABRIDGE (19)(CD3,D11,A,G,S)(B) Mrs K Tutty 10 8 12
Gemma Tutty (5) 90
9 (2) -256 FINTRY FLYER (46)(P) J Goldie 4 8 12 ..............B McHugh 81
10 (6) -000 DIGITAL REVOLUTION (26)(B*) A Brittain 4 8 12 .. J Gormley (5) 82
11(11) 6/00 GRIFFIN STREET (19) A Whillans 5 8 12 ..........R Scott (3) 87
LONG HANDICAP: Novabridge 8-11, Fintry Flyer 8-11, Digital
Revolution 8-11, Griffin Street 8-11.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Who Told Jo Jo, 5 Hisar, 6 Monsieur Mel, 7
Groundworker, 8 Fuel Injection, 10 Fly True, Fintry Flyer, 12 others.
STARFORM: GROUNDWORKER DANGER: Who Told Jo Jo
KEMPTON AW LINE-UP
PATRICK WEAVER
Its The Only Way
Chynna
Masquerade Bling
Jallota
King Calypso
Arigato
Chetan
Its The Only Way
Kodinar
Summer Thunder
Arod
Haines
Sweet Symphony
Settle Petal
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES
5.45 32RED
Class 5 2YO 5f (10 runners)
£3,881
1 (3)
1 ITS THE ONLY WAY (7)(D,G) R Hannon 9 7 .T Marquand ★99
2 (10)
SWAN STREET A Balding 9 2 ................................ O Murphy 75
3 (4)
KYAT KHAN H Dunlop 9 1................................. Hollie Doyle 66
4 (7)
EYE OF THE WATER R Harris 8 13 ............................J Fahy 66
5 (6)
L WOLF HUNTER (32) R Hughes 8 13 .......................P Dobbs 63
6 (5)
0 WOLSTONBURY (11) S Kirk 8 13 ............................L Keniry 77
7 (2)
BRELADES BAY M Bell 8 11 .............................K Shoemark 77
8 (8)
DOLLY DUPREE P D’Arcy 8 10 .............................. W Carson 73
9 (9)
RAJY Tom Clover 8 10 ............................ Josephine Gordon 78
10 (1)
UM SHAMA R Hughes 8 8....................................... S W Kelly 73
Star Betting: — 7-4 Its The Only Way, 5 Swan Street, 11-2 Brelades
Bay, 7 Um Shama, 8 Rajy, 12 Kyat Khan, 14 Dolly Dupree, 20 others.
2017: No corresponding meeting.
STARFORM: ITS THE ONLY WAY DANGER: Wolf Hunter
FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
6.15 EBF
Class 5 2YO 5f (10 runners)
£3,881
1 (10)
5 CHYNNA (13) M Channon 9 0 ..................................C Bishop ★99
2 (9)
DELAGATE THE LADY M Attwater 9 0 ........................K Fox 72
3 (8)
FREE LOVE Tom Clover 9 0 ................... Josephine Gordon 82
4 (7)
IMPROVISING R Hughes 9 0 ................................. S W Kelly 80
5 (3)
4 KODINAR (12) W Haggas 9 0 ..........................James Doyle 97
6 (2)
LAURA KENNY H Dunlop 9 0 ............................T Marquand 74
7 (4)
MY EXCELSA G Scott 9 0 ..................................... Fran Berry 93
8 (6)
NANANITA D Loughnane 9 0 .....................................L Morris 77
9 (1)
ON THE STAGE Ed Walker 9 0 .................................L Keniry 77
10 (5)
LL THEGREYVTRAIN (8) R Harris 9 0 ............................J Fahy 78
Star Betting: — 7-4 Chynna, 11-4 Kodinar, 6 On The Stage, 10
Improvising, Laura Kenny, 12 Free Love, My Excelsa, 20 others.
STARFORM: CHYNNA DANGER: Kodinar
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7 Wild Illusion, 8 Soliloquy, 9 Laurens,
14 Anna Nerium, 14 Altyn Orda, 16
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Class 6 7f (14 runners)
£3,105
1 (2) 0140 VIOLA PARK (20)(D4,A)(P) R Harris 4 10 0 ..... T Clark (3) 96
2 (5) 4L54 MASQUERADE BLING (27)(D,A) N Mulholland 4 9 13 ....A Kirby ★99
3 (10) 02-3 FORTUNE AND GLORY (111)(BF) J Tuite 5 9 13 ...O Murphy 91
4 (8) 0L-0 ARCTIC FLOWER (13)(D3,G,S) J Bridger 5 9 12 ... Jordan Uys (7) 92
5 (9) -603 FREDDY WITH A Y (25)(CD,D2,A,G,S) J R Jenkins 8 9 11 .. K Fox 92
6 (3) 4005 LIGHT FROM MARS (29)(CD4,D4,A,G)(P) R Harris 13 9 11....D Probert 92
7 (4) L650 DEAR BRUIN (18)(D,G,S)(P) David Drinkwater 6 9 9 ...W Carson 94
8 (14) L30- HAABIS (349) P Chamings 5 9 4 ............................J Haynes 86
9 (1) 463L PRINCESS WAY (49)(D2,A,G)(V) Miss K George 4 9 4 ....Rhiain Ingram (5) 88
10(13) 600- DELAHAY (140) M Blanshard 4 9 1 .........................C Bishop 85
11(11) -233 SUMMER THUNDER (89)(B*) P Cole 3 9 1...........L Morris 92
12 (6) 0-LL NOREENA (67) P D’Arcy 4 9 0 ............................... S W Kelly 87
13(12) 003- PEGGIE SUE (181) Adam West 3 8 13 .....................J Quinn 88
14 (7) -54L FREE TALKIN (20) M Attwater 3 8 5 .... Josephine Gordon 88
Star Betting: — 7-2 Summer Thunder, 4 Fortune And Glory, 9-2
Masquerade Bling, 7 Viola Park, 10 Freddy With A Y, 12 others.
STARFORM: SUMMER THUNDER DANGER: Fortune And Glory
7.15
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Class 3 7f (5 runners)
£9,338
1
2
3
4
5
(3) 124- JALLOTA (178)(D5,G,S) C Hills 7 9 9............James Doyle 96
(5) 005- AROD (227)(G) D M Simcock 7 9 2 ........................ O Murphy ★99
(2) 220- CHESSMAN (314)(CD,A)(T*) Archie Watson 4 9 2 .E Greatrex 94
(1) 20/ MAGILLEN (682) C Hills 4 9 2 ........................... C Shepherd 75
(4) 04L- POET’S VANITY (255)(D2,G) A Balding 4 8 11 .. D Probert 97
Star Betting: — 11-8 Arod, 3 Poet’s Vanity, 4 Jallota, 11-2 Chessman,
12 Magillen.
STARFORM: JALLOTA DANGER: Chessman
7.45
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Class 3 2m (12 runners)
GOING: STANDARD
£9,338
1 (3) -230 HAINES (32)(CD4,A)(P) A Balding 7 9 10 ............ W Cox (5) ★99
2 (9) 20-0 GRACELAND (31)(D,A,G) M Bell 6 9 7 ...............L Steward 95
3 (4) 4-36 AMAZING RED (32)(S) E Dunlop 5 9 6 ..........James Doyle 88
4 (10) -155 REGICIDE (20)(A) J Fanshawe 5 9 5 .................... O Murphy 96
5 (8) 6-06 JACOB CATS (20)(C3,A,G,S)(P*) W Knight 9 9 3 ... J Watson (5) 94
6 (6) 53-1 CHOCOLATE BOX (47)(D,A)(P) D Loughnane 4 9 1 ...L Morris 96
7 (2) 5-34 GAVLAR (13)(CD2,D2,A,G) W Knight 7 9 0 .... C Shepherd 93
8 (12) 51L- ARTY CAMPBELL (J165)(CD2,D2,A,G,S) B J Llewellyn 8 9 0.... D Probert 98
9 (1) 5L-0 ZAKATAL (17)(D,A,S) R M Whitaker 12 8 12 .. L Edmunds (3) 90
10(11) 356- KING CALYPSO (181)(CD,C3,A) D Coakley 7 8 10 ....Fran Berry 90
11 (7) 510- STEAMING (147)(A) R Beckett 4 8 7 ....................H Bentley 98
12 (5) 2346 MAMBO DANCER (35)(D2,A) M Johnston 4 8 6 ...F Norton 95
Star Betting: — 7-2 Chocolate Box, 13-2 Haines, 15-2 Amazing Red,
Regicide, 8 Steaming, Gavlar, 10 Graceland, Mambo Dancer, 12 others.
STARFORM: GRACELAND DANGER: Amazing Red
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
ON THE APP STORE HANDICAP
8.15 32RED
Class 5 3YO 1m (11 runners)
£3,752
1 (8) 420- CWYNAR (165) R Hughes 9 9 ................................ S W Kelly 88
2 (3) 023- BALLETOMANE (189)(BF) R Hannon 9 9 .......T Marquand 93
3 (1) 3233 SWEET SYMPHONY (27)(BF)(H) M Botti 9 8
G Malune (5) ★99
4 (7) -520 VERSTAPPEN (17)(B*) M Botti 9 8 ...........................A Kirby 97
5 (5) 4324 DOLLY MIXTURE (46) J Best 9 7.................... D De Barros 84
6 (4) 065- BREXITMEANSBREXIT (175) R Hannon 9 7 ....Hollie Doyle 89
7 (11) 25L- ZABALETASWANSONG (122)(P) R Hannon 9 6 ..P Dobbs 90
8 (2) -45L COULDN’T COULD SHE (15)(D,A) Adam West 9 5...J Quinn 79
9 (6) 0-36 EL BORRACHO (87)(D,G)(H*) S Dow 9 4 .......... O Murphy 98
10(10) 003- ARIGATO (175) W Jarvis 8 12 .............. Josephine Gordon 87
11 (9) 050- LADY OF PETRA (208) Eve J-Houghton 8 11........C Bishop 91
Star Betting: — 5-2 Sweet Symphony, 4 Balletomane, 7 Dolly Mixture,
8 Brexitmeansbrexit, Verstappen, 10 Arigato, 12 others.
STARFORM: CWYNAR DANGER: Sweet Symphony
8.45
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Class 6 1m (14 runners)
£3,105
1 (11) L04- DELICATE KISS (139) J Bridger 4 10 0 ............... W Carson 86
2 (6) 5424 CHETAN (18)(BF,CD,C5,D,A,G)(T) C Wallis 6 10 0
C Bishop ★99
3 (7) 0-00 TEE IT UP TOMMO (24)(CD2,D5,A)(T) D Steele 9 10 0
W Cox (5) 85
4 (2) -521 SETTLE PETAL (20)(CD,A) P Phelan 4 9 12 ... P Bradley (5) 92
5 (9) -200 MALT TEASER (13) J Best 4 9 10 ................... D De Barros 81
6 (4) -005 CONNEMERA QUEEN (20)(G)(P*) J Butler 5 9 9 ...A Kirby 87
7 (10) -004 ALMANACK (52)(C,A,F)(P) Mark Pattinson 8 9 2
H Crouch 81
8 (3) 644L CROSS SWORDS (25)(B*) J Tate 3 9 1 ..................L Morris 88
9 (13) 0020 LIVING LEADER (45)(CD,D2,A,G) Grace Harris 9 9 1
J Fisher (7) 87
10 (8) 00-4 DESERT TRIP (25) D Menuisier 3 9 1 ..............K Shoemark 83
11(14) L150 DUKES MEADOW (52)(D2,A) R Ingram 7 9 0
Rhiain Ingram (5) 82
12(12) 03LL VODKA PIGEON (38) Adam West 3 8 11 .................J Quinn 81
13 (5) 323L DARK FREEDOM (49)(V) C Hills 3 8 11........... C Shepherd 89
14 (1) -60L LITTLE AUB (25) M Usher 3 8 1 ...................... Hollie Doyle 82
LONG HANDICAP: Little Aub 8-0.
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BOXING
■
MAIN MAN:
Darren Till
will headline in
his hometown
HEADLINING
A BIG THRILL
FOR ACE TILL
DARREN TILL says he will fulfil his dream when he
tops the bill in Liverpool later this month.
The Scouser meets American Stephen Thompson at
UFC Fight Night 130 in a welterweight clash at the
Echo Arena on May 27.
And Till is still pinching himself at the prospect of
featuring in a headline bout in front of his home fans
in the first UFC show on Merseyside.
The 25-year-old said: “It really is a dream come true.
“Lots of fighters dream of Las Vegas but, in all
honesty, my dream has
always been to top the
THE ULTIMATE
bill in Liverpool.
“UFC Fight Nights are
always great in terms of
UFC with Kevin Francis
the fans, but Liverpool
can take it to a whole
new level.
rankings and he now
“We Liverpudlians
faces No.1 title contender
travel in armies and I
Thompson (inset), who
think the atmosphere for
admitted last week he
this Fight Night will be a
didn’t know who Till was.
whole new experience for
“I think it’s going to be
the UFC.
the most interesting fight
I’ll ever have in my
“I’ve been to so
many great boxing
life, just because
nights at the
of his fight IQ
and mine,”
Echo Arena
and now I’m
said Till.
finally
“He’s a
fighting there
great
myself – it’s
striker and
marvellous.”
so am I.
Till has won
“I want to
four and
see who the
drawn one of
best striker
in the division
his five UFC
bouts, the most
is and I know I
recent win coming with
can show it is me.
a first-round KO of
“My aim is not only to
Donald Cerrone in
go all the way and win
October.
the title but it is to
That success propelled
become the best MMA
him to No.8 in the
fighter of all time.”
INSIDER
IN
ASSOCIATION
WITH
Haye
thinks
I’m
rubbish
■
THUMBS-UP:
Tony Bellew looks
relaxed at yesterday’s
Press conference while
David Haye drinks from
a Liverpool mug – as
a wind-up to Everton
fan Bellew
TONY BELLEW says
David Haye still thinks
he’s rubbish.
Bellew believes Haye is dismissive of his talent – even
though he stopped him in the
11th round of their first meeting
in March last year.
And he intends to prove how
wrong he is to underestimate
him again in their heavyweight
rematch at the O2 on Saturday.
“He’s very arrogant,” said
Bellew. “Although he’s trying
to come across as humble, he’s
about as humble as Madonna.
“He can’t change from thinking, in his words, ‘I’m the worst
world champion he’s ever seen’.
“That’s not changed, trust me.
He told me, ‘You are the worst
world champion I have ever seen’,
his words. He will come into the
fight with a different approach
but he still thinks I am s**t.
“There’s nothing humble about
David Haye. He will think, ‘I’m
going to expose this fat little
BELLEW CONFIDENT HE’LL
BE THE BETTER MAN AGAIN
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
clown from Liverpool’.” Bellew
believes he is the shrewder of
the two former world cruiserweight champions.
“I can vary my game, I can
change,” said Bellew. “He’s been
a one-style fighter all his life.
“I don’t look great on the eye,
but I can adapt.
“If I want to go into a ring and
just make myself hard to hit, I
can do that.
“He’s a better fighter than me. I
have no problem admitting that.
But he doesn’t have a better
boxing brain than me or a better
set of legs.
“There’s a reason why people
look at me and think I’m c**p.
“But when I get in the ring, I’m
different. I hit harder than people expect and I’m much harder
to hit.”
Trouble
Haye ruptured his Achilles
tendon halfway through their
first meeting but was already
struggling to land his punches.
Despite leading on the scorecards at the time his Achilles
went, Hayemaker looked like he
might be in trouble in the second
half of the fight.
Bellew reckons Haye underestimated him after his poor performance against BJ Flores in
2016 and thought it would be an
easy night, like when he KO’d
Audley Harrison in 2010.
“He watched me against BJ
Flores and just saw pound signs
ticking over,” said Bellew.
“He looked at Audley the same
way he looked at me, a nice easy
touch. That’s why he was as
cocky and arrogant as he was.
He thought it was a two-round
knockout job.”
Lions out to hunt down Wolves
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PAUL GUEDE has told his London
Lions team-mates to keep it going.
Guard Guede is celebrating after
helping his side claim second spot,
their highest-ever BBL finish.
The Lions now face Worcester
Wolves in the first leg of the
play-offs on Friday.
Guede said: “I’m extremely happy
for the entire organisation on this
accomplishment.
“A lot of changes happened this
season for our team so it wasn’t
easy but credit to the organisation
as those changes were the right
■ by BRADLEY GAINS
moves in order for this historical
finish in the league for the club.
“We are excited for the play-offs
to start.
“We just need to play the
way we have been playing the
last month, possibly pick up
the intensity another level
and we should be fine.”
Sheffield Sharks clinched
the final play-off spot after
bouncing back from five
straight defeats to beat
Glasgow Rocks 103-61. They now face
league champions Leicester Riders
in a repeat of March’s Trophy final.
“It was exactly the response we
were looking for,” said Sharks
coach Atiba Lyons.
“The energy was amazing
and we were focused from the
start.”
Quarter-finals to be played
May 4-6: Leicester Riders v
Sheffield Sharks, London Lions
v Worcester Wolves, Newcastle
Eagles v Bristol Flyers, Glasgow
Rocks v Surrey Scorchers.
PLAY-OFF PUSH: Guede
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RUGBY LEAGUE
■ by HECTOR NUNNS
JUDD TRUMP blasted Ricky Walden
after setting up a sizzling Crucible
rematch against John Higgins.
‘The Juddernaut’ beat his fellow
Englishman 13-9 in their Betfred World
Championship last-16 clash after
winning the final five frames.
Trump will now face four-time
champion Higgins in a repeat of the
2011 final won 18-15 by the Scot.
And a fired-up Trump revealed he
was spurred on by Walden, who led
9-8 in frames and 46-6 in points at the
time, taking on an ambitious red to
the middle pocket.
World No.3 Trump pounced on the
miss to clear up and did not lose
again to book his quarter-final spot.
He said: “Ricky took on a crazy ball
and it spurred me on. It fired me up
and the game turned.
“One ball can change the match,
even in a long game. It was the first
time in the championship I felt alive
and I made a really good clearance.
That was my moment.
War
“It felt like a liberty. Maybe he
thought the way I was playing I
wouldn’t clear up. I didn’t think he
should be playing that against me.”
Walden hit back in the war of words
and said: “Judd can think what he
wants – I play the shot as I see it.
“If I were to comment on every shot
Judd plays, then we’d be here all day.
We’ve got different games.
“I felt like that was the shot to play
– I didn’t execute it very well and then
Judd made a great break after that, so
fair play to him.”
Trump will be gunning for revenge
against Higgins after suffering
heartache in Sheffield seven years
ago.
He said: “It will be tough against
John, I will have to play somewhere
near my best. But if I play like I did at
the end, I have a chance.
“The atmosphere in that 2011 final
was the best I have ever seen and I
will try and take inspiration from that.”
Title favourite Ding Junhui
completed a 13-4 win over Scotland’s
Anthony McGill and will meet Barry
Hawkins in the last eight.
Cocaine shame star
limits ban to 14 months
ZAK HARDAKER has been
banned for 14 months for
testing positive for cocaine.
The former Castleford star, 26, had been
expected to get two years after admitting
taking the drug last September.
But his legal team successfully argued for
a reduced ban after claiming there were a
“number of exceptional circumstances”.
Due to those reasons – believed to include
a family tragedy – they claim
he “bore no significant fault
in committing an anti-doping
rule violation”.
It means Hardaker, who has
not got a club after being
sacked by Castleford, will
be able to play again after
November 7.
Wigan Warriors, who are
parting company with Sam
Tomkins at the end of the
year, are favourites to sign
him.
The bombshell of the
England star’s drugs shame
was dropped on the Tigers in
the week of last year’s Grand
Final. He was immediately
suspended and many believe
it cost them the Super League
title, losing 24-6 to Leeds.
Hardaker admitted his
“error of judgement” and
apologised for letting everyone down.
England also dropped him
from their World Cup squad
because of the positive test
da
which followed a Super 8s game
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against Leeds in September. The
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■ SPEEDWAY
NICKI PEDERSEN has
broken his right hand on
the eve of his GP return.
The triple world
champion, just back
after 11 months out with
a neck injury, was hurt
in Poland on Sunday,
where the first GP of the
season is scheduled to be
held on Saturday week.
■ TENNIS
HEATHER WATSON’S
woeful form continued
with a straight-sets
defeat to Anna
Karolina Schmiedlova
in the Prague Open.
The Brit, who has
lost eight successive
matches, was beaten
6-1 6-3 in her firstround exit yesterday.
■ by JULIE STOTT
player has a chequered past, with a number
of bans and punishments for homophobic
abuse and alcohol problems as well as
beating up a student.
His solicitors Chadwick Lawrence said:
“This was a truly exceptional case where
the drug use was never linked to
performance
enhancement.
He
was
commended by the tribunal
for his impressive, comprehensive evidence and the fact
that he made no attempt to
downplay his conduct and
was utterly frank with them.
“The last two years have
been an extremely difficult
period for Zak, who, away
from the public eye, has
bravely battled a number of
personal traumas.”
Hardaker was one of three
players to test positive for
cocaine last season, along
with Rangi Chase and Adam
Walker.
Chase, who was playing for
Widnes at the time, has since
been banned from rugby for
two years. Wakefield forward
Walker is suspended while he
awaits his fate.
Hull KR’s Thomas Minns
also tested positive in March
and plans to plead guilty.
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Huddersfield
have
appointed Newcastle Knights
assistant
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Woolford
as
s their new head coach.
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LEWIS HAMILTON has
accused Sebastian Vettel
of breaking safety
car rules during the
Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
The British driver (left),
who won in Baku on
Sunday, claimed Vettel
was slowing down and
speeding up repeatedly.
Hamilton said: “I need
to get that rectified.”
Peter takes GB back to top
GREAT BRITAIN are back
in the top flight for the
first time since 1994 after
a stunning shoot-out win
over Hungary in Budapest
on Saturday.
They snatched the gold
medal, and promotion,
when Nottingham’s
Robert Farmer scored 15
seconds from
time to make it
2-2, then went
on to beat
Hungary on
penalties. GB
■ by PETER OAKES
have climbed from the
third tier to the top flight
with back-to-back
promotions under coach
Peter Russell.
They will now face the
sport’s big guns – Canada,
America, Sweden and
Russia.
Skipper
Jonathan
Phillips said:
“What we have
achieved as a
team really is a dream
come true for us all.
“Having the chance of
playing against players of
that high-end quality will
be amazing.”
Sheffield star Phillips
added: “We didn’t go there
thinking, ‘Let’s just
survive’. We went there
with an ultimate goal of
winning a gold medal
– and that’s what we did.
“It all still feels so
unreal. It was the craziest
feeling ever.”
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SEE LU
IN THE
FINAL
SHAKEN: Lukaku
goes off in pain
against Arsenal after
(inset) being crocked
United ace a quick fix
■ by JEREMY CROSS
ROMELU LUKAKU will be fit
for the FA Cup Final.
end of the season and the FA Cup Final.
We have to put down a marker for next season, with the way we perform from now
on. It is building towards next season.
“It has been one of those seasons when
around Christmas we were drawing
games, conceding late goals. When you
look back at those kind of games, then,
you think the season could have been
different.
“It wasn’t meant to be, but we have put
down a marker against the top four and
top six clubs.
“However, it is more than that. We have
to win at other clubs as well. We have to
win more games than we have done.
The Manchester United striker limped
off in the 50th minute of Sunday’s win
over Arsenal following a challenge from
defender Konstantinos Mavropanos.
But despite initial fears United’s top
scorer could be out for the rest of the
season, tests revealed he has suffered
only bruising to his foot and ankle.
The Belgian is set to be rested for Friday’s trip to Brighton as a precaution,
but is certain to be available to face
Chelsea at Wembley in the final on May 19.
Team-mate Ashley Young says
United must win the cup and lay
down a marker for next season.
Landing the FA Cup would be the third
trophy boss Jose Mourinho has won in
two seasons at Old Trafford.
But Young admits United have still not
been good enough and need to show
rivals Manchester City and Liverpool
what they are
capable
of
between now
and the end
of the campaign.
The
England ace said:
“We want to
keep
winning. There
are
still
games there
and points to
pick up.
“We want
to keep up
the momentum to the
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clubs are set to vote
on the future of the
matchday programme
in June.
STEVEN Gerrard
is demanding
assurances over
transfer funds before
taking the Rangers
manager’s job.
SUNDERLAND staff
are bracing themselves for a major cull
when new owner Stewart
Donald’s takeover is
approved by the Football
League.
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THE World Cup
will have no British
match officials after
FIFA announced the 36
referees and 63
assistants for Russia.
CARDIFF’S final
game against
Reading is a 33,000
sell-out as they chase
promotion to the
Premier League.
FORMER Bolton
and Southampton
striker Kevin Davies
has been sacked as boss
of National League
North side Southport.
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Hunger
“If we can finish with the number of
points we know we can, then it is a different season and a points total that
would have won us the league, but it is
not to be. We have to keep the momentum now.”
Young has been one of United’s best
and most consistent stars this season,
earning himself an England recall.
He is expected to be named in Gareth
Southgate’s squad for the World Cup this
summer and admits his determination at
the age of 32 remains as strong as ever.
Young added: “I still have the hunger and desire to win, just the same as
I had when I was 21.
“I am nearly 33 now and getting on a
bit, but I still have that hunger and
desire to go out and play every game.
“I know my legs can still take me
through games and I have showed that
with the number of games I have played
this season.”
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joking? R they skint? No.
This country is losing its
identity, and this is a perfect
example. So some rich yank
can use it to play, what they
also call football, and they use
there hands. If it was any good
it would of caught on by now.
The most iconic stadium in
history being sold for no other
reason other than ‘greed’
shame on you. Pat worc
No way can we allow
Wembley – a national
monument – to be sold.
Wembley belongs to the
people of England please keep
protesting to make sure it does
not happen. Burnley Boy
The rocket is a gonner
like Wenger. He should
realise his time is up and
retire like he’s been
threatening to do for years
now when playing well he out
of this world. The rest of them
are like watching paint dry.
N17 EX SNOOKER FAN
So Man City woman’s
team failed in Europe as
well..JOKE CLUB NFFC
4EVA. TETS
Ali carter, Phil Taylor personalities of pigs.
Welsh steve
Stevie G can do great
job 4 rangers if he gets
four top players thats fact
look at Man City & chefski
money talks. Jimi peters
What a win for the blues,
Big Sam and Little Sam
must stay, win all our
remaining games and we’ll
pip spurs for a champs
league place. Car park jeff
Must admit Liverpool are
a credit to English
football. Good luck Liverpool
& show you are the best team
in Europe. Luffa Manc
A galloping donkey would
do a better job than Heckingbottom at Leeds. Please
SACK HIM. MAD MAX
Now Mr Chairman at
Rochdale. Will you ave
the balls please to give Keith
Hill the sack he deserves.
After a look at the league
table, relegated next week
and Hill’s lousy signings of
nobodies how now we wish
we had lost to Bromley in the
Cup and then no Spurs game
to save his neck. Sandy
Johnny Nelson, Tony
Bellew and David Haye
sitting around the table
talking rubbish are like the
three stooges taking the
public’s money and probably
planning a third fight on Sky.
red lippy
Hope taxpayers utd
(Whu) are relegated.
Free ground, fans rioting ,
invading pitch. Taxpayers pay
for extra police. Any club
outside London punished
ground closed. WHY?
Mark, northerner
What an easy league
Celtic play in! Celtic
wouldn’t win the Championship in England! How can
they celebrate that?
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SEVENTH
HEAVEN!
Romeu sets
points target to
keep Saints up
BANISHED: Carroll
Moyes in
Hammer
blow for
Carroll
BOTTOM SIX
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Huddersfield 35 9 8 18 27 56 35
Swansea
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Southampton 35 6 14 15 35 54 32
Stoke
36 6 12 18 32 65 30
West Brom 36 5 13 18 30 54 28
■ by ALEX CROOK
SOUTHAMPTON midfielder Oriol Romeu
reckons his side may need to get a result
against the champions to stay in the
Premier League.
Saints gave their survival hopes a major boost by beating
south coast neighbours Bournemouth 2-1 on Saturday.
But Romeu believes Mark Hughes’ men could require as
many as SEVEN points from their last three games – away
at Everton and Swansea and at home to champions
Manchester City on the last day – to beat the drop.
Romeu said: “We do our maths but I think we need to win
two of our three games and draw the last one.
“That will make us safer because we don’t want to think
of other results, we have to think of ourselves.
Objective
“It is difficult to tell how many points we will need.
Hopefully two wins will do.
“The other teams have difficult games coming and it
is not going to be easy for them. We are going to push
as hard as possible and are going to chase points.”
The victory over Bournemouth was only Saints’ second
in 22 games and their first since February.
Romeu said: “Winning makes you feel like you can win
games, that we have fight enough to be there and to stay up.
“It’s good to see now we have got our objective to stay up
closer. But there are still a lot of games to go and we are
still not where want to be, so we need to win more games.
“We will enjoy it when it finishes and we get there. There
is so much tension when you are playing and so much
emotion it is difficult.
“Sometimes you have to make sure you are doing the
right things because if you get too mentally obsessed, you
are not performing.
“You need to find that balance and it is hard sometimes.
You are studying results, goal difference, who our opponents
are playing.”
■
NUMBERS GAME:
Oriol Romeu has
set Saints a survival
target during the run-in
Wolves’ Butland bid
Bong abuse probed
From Back Page
geared up for an auction. Liverpool
are thought to be interested and
West Ham could also come in if
they manage to preserve their
Premier League status.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was
also monitoring Butland’s situation
but the Frenchman’s decision to
leave at the end of the season may
have ended the Gunners’ interest.
Stoke are desperate to hang on to
the 25-year-old but accept he will
want out if they go down.
Wolves, who have already been
linked with a move for Butland’s
team-mate Joe Allen, have made it
clear they are ready to spend big.
Their quest for a top-class keeper
comes despite the impressive form
From Back Page
in January. Brighton have asked
Sussex Police to liaise with their
Lancashire counterparts over the
alleged abuse after being contacted
by several travelling fans.
Burnley-born Rodriguez, who
spent five years at the club,
escaped punishment after an
independent review panel found the
case “unproven” against him.
Bong insisted after the verdict
that he stood by his claim.
The FA released a statement
condemning Bong’s treatment.
It said: “The FA considers the
behaviour of some supporters on
Saturday towards Gaeten Bong to
be unacceptable. It needs repeating,
following the recent disciplinary
of current No.1 John Ruddy. The
31-year-old was brought in from
Norwich on a free last summer and
has claimed 24 clean sheets as
Wolves stormed to the title.
Stoke boss Paul Lambert
acknowledges he will struggle to
keep Butland if their relegation is
confirmed.
Butland is in the race to make the
England No.1 spot his own and will
definitely be on the plane to Russia.
Even one season in the Championship would be the last thing he
needs at this stage of his career.
Wolves could try to get a deal
done before Butland flies out to
Russia, which may also force
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp to
show his hand.
TOUGH JOB: Lambert
matter, that there was no suggestion
by any party involved in that case
that the player made a malicious or
fabricated complaint.
“The FA is wholly satisfied the
complaint was made in good faith.
The FA takes all allegations of
discrimination extremely seriously.”
Bong has been given the backing
of his Brighton team-mates.
Striker Glenn Murray said: “I don’t
think it’s very fair. I don’t think it’s
just that he is getting booed for
something that he believes is true.
“Who is to question Gaetan?
No-one else heard it. I don’t think he
would have any reason to make it up.”
In a statement, Burnley said they
“maintain a zero-tolerance policy of
discrimination of any kind”.
■ by GEORGE SCOTT
ANDY CARROLL’S future
at West Ham has been
plunged into doubt after a
training ground bust-up
with David Moyes.
The Hammers striker
faces a heavy fine after
clashing with manager
Moyes yesterday.
Carroll was fuming at
being left on the
substitutes’ bench in
Sunday’s 4-1 loss to
Manchester City at the
London Stadium.
He left the bench and
stormed down the tunnel
before the end of the game.
And, 24 hours later, he is
believed to have confronted
Moyes, who gave him short
shrift and sent him home
early after the exchange.
After being banished
from their Rush Green
training ground, Carroll
now faces a two-week fine
and will be hit in the
pocket to the tune of
£200,000.
Following Carroll’s
walkout, Moyes said: “It’s a
situation I will deal with.
“In this situation, what
you need is everybody to be
a team member, so if he
has done that, I’ll look at it
and I’ll deal with it.”
It’s not the first time that
the Scot has been at
loggerheads with the
ex-Newcastle striker.
He criticised Carroll
soon after taking over at
the Hammers in November
following a defeat at
Watford.
West Ham are still not out
of trouble, sitting 15th but
lying only three points
above the relegation zone.
They travel to Leicester on
Saturday, where Carroll’s
participation will be in
doubt, followed by home
games against Manchester
United and then Everton.
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Slimani
a costly
mistake
PREMIER LEAGUE ACTION
KANE A REAL
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TWO EASY: Harry
Kane steers home
Tottenham’s second
■ by IAN MURTAGH
ISLAM SLIMANI looks to
have played his last game
for Newcastle.
The Algerian faces a
three-match ban after being
charged retrospectively for
kicking out at West Brom’s
Craig Dawson during
Saturday’s 1-0 defeat.
And the violent conduct
charge means the on-loan
striker is set to become the
most expensive flop in
Newcastle’s history.
Slimani will return to
Leicester having cost the
Magpies a staggering
£27,692 for every minute
he’s been on the pitch.
That works out at a bill of
£2.5m per game, which will
have owner Mike Ashley
tearing his hair out.
Jinxed
The omens weren’t good
from the outset, with
Slimani arriving on
Tyneside with a thigh injury.
His Newcastle career
appeared jinxed when he
suffered a recurrence of
the injury. Slimani eventually
pulled on a Magpies shirt
for the first time when he
was a sub in the 1-0 win
over Huddersfield – 60 days
after he’d joined.
His only start was at
Everton last week but he was
hooked for Dwight Gayle.
He made more of an
impact off the bench
against West Brom –
though not in the way Rafa
Benitez would have wanted.
Slimani kicked out at
Dawson in the 80th minute.
It was not spotted by the
match officials but was
caught on video. He has
until 6pm today to respond
to the charge.
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ON TARGET:
Dele Alli
gives Spurs a
first-half lead
TWO England stars with a
point to prove picked a good
time to impress watching
Three Lions boss Gareth
Southgate at Wembley.
Harry Kane will take the headlines
for yet another goal, his 27th in the league,
as he chases down Liverpool winger
Mohamed Salah (31) for the Golden Boot.
But it was Dele Alli, who scored the
opener and Kieran Trippier, who played
a part in both goals, who will have made
more impact on Southgate.
The England boss knows all about
Kane, who was playing his 150th Premier
League game. But unlike him, neither
Alli nor Trippier are certain to start at
the World Cup.
So Southgate will have liked what he
saw from both men, with Alli scoring his
fourth goal in five matches and Trippier
swinging in cross after dangerous cross.
Hugo Lloris was the only change to
the Spurs line-up which lost here to
Manchester United in the FA Cup
semi-final but all the early action
came at the other end, with the home
team camped in opposition territory.
Tottenham wanted this one, against a
team who had taken just one point from
their previous 10 away games, over with
quickly.
They got off to the perfect start, too,
by PAUL BROWN
TOTTENHAM
WATFORD
2
0
when Alli tapped in the opener after 16
minutes, although it came after a horrible mistake from Orestis Karnezis.
The Hornets keeper should have dealt
with Trippier’s routine cross but spilled
it right back into the danger zone and
Christian Eriksen was quick to pounce.
The Dane played the ball across to the
in-form Alli, who made no mistake.
Snatched
Spurs almost shot themselves in the
foot shortly afterwards, though. Eric Dier
played a sloppy pass straight to Etienne
Capoue and he freed Andre Gray.
But the striker, one of three Watford
changes, snatched at his shot and hit it
too close to Lloris, who made the save.
The French stopper also saved well
from Abdoulaye Doucoure and he made
an even better block from Richarlison on
a fast break moments later.
Tottenham suddenly looked rattled and
Lloris had to race off his line to save at
the feet of Doucoure, who was played in
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BOOTY
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third. I’d like to have played better in the
last few games but I feel good, feel sharp
and could have scored more.
“Hopefully I can finish strong, like I did
last season, going into a big summer.
“I try to improve every year. Last year I
got 29 goals. I’d like to beat that but we’ll
see what happens. In my mind I’m trying to
get to that 30 mark.”
Only Alan Shearer has scored more than
Kane’s 105 goals in his first 150 Premier
League games, and Mauricio Pochettino
insists he will be fully over his ankle injury
in time for the World Cup.
The Spurs boss said: “What can we say
more about him? He is a fantastic striker
and we are happy for him.
“Of course he is human. He was a little bit
affected but I think now he is doing well.
“He can play himself back to 100 per cent
before the World Cup. I’m sure he will arrive
in a very good condition for the World Cup.”
Victory also meant Spurs bounced back
strongly after their FA Cup semi-final
heartbreak against Manchester United.
Pochettino said: “We were all disappointed
after the defeat to United but the most
important thing is to be in a good position
in the table. It will be a very successful
season if we finish in the top four.”
Watford boss Javi Gracia said: “I cannot
be happy with the result but I think we had
a good performance. We created many
chances. I hope the next game we will be
better.”
Ace strikes as Alli and
Trippier impress Gareth
by another excellent defence-splitting
pass from Will Hughes.
But whatever Mauricio Pochettino said
at half-time clearly worked because the
home side calmed the nerves of a sparse
crowd in the 48th minute.
Alli played a beautiful ball through
for Heung-min Son and he squared it
for Kane, only for the Three Lions star
to lose his footing and slip.
However, he got up just in time to slot
home Trippier’s ball back in and celebrated by laughing off his embarrassment.
It was tough on Watford, who had been
the better side for some time, and few in
the stadium gave them much hope of a
comeback.
But despite having little to play for, the
Hornets showed some spine and were
soon pinging crosses across the Spurs
box again.
The hosts were forced into a rejig when
Mousa Dembele limped off to be replaced
by Victor Wanyama and Watford boss
Javi Gracia quickly responded.
He threw on Troy Deeney for Gray and
he immediately created a clear chance
for Richarlison. The Brazilian should
have ended Watford’s long goal drought
on their travels but he ballooned over
from six yards out.
But Spurs were always in control, with
Jan Vertonghen heading against the post
from another brilliant Trippier cross,
this time from a free-kick.
SPURS (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Trippier, Sanchez,
Vertonghen, Davies; Dier, Dembele (Wanyama 63);
Son (Sissoko 74), Alli (Lamela 82), Eriksen;
Kane. Subs: Vorm, Alderweireld, Aurier, Moura.
WATFORD (4-2-3-1): Karnezis; Mariappa,
Cathcart, Kabasele, Holebas; Doucoure, Capoue;
Femenia (Deulofeu 64), Hughes (Carrillo 83),
Richarlison; Gray (Deeney 64). Subs: Gomes,
Janmaat, Britos, Sinclair.
Referee: Michael Oliver.
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INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
Premier League
Tottenham (1) ............2 Watford (0) ............... 0
Alli 16
Kane 48
Att: 52,675
P W D L F A Pts
(C) Man City.......35 30 3 2 102 26 93
Man Utd .............35 24 5 6 67 27 77
Liverpool ...........36 20 12 4 80 37 72
Tottenham .........35 21 8 6 68 31 71
Chelsea ..............35 20 6 9 60 34 66
Arsenal ..............35 17 6 12 67 48 57
Burnley ..............36 14 12 10 35 32 54
Everton ..............36 13 9 14 42 54 48
Leicester ............35 11 11 13 49 52 44
Newcastle ..........35 11 8 16 35 44 41
Crystal Palace ...36 9 11 16 41 54 38
Bournemouth ....36 9 11 16 42 60 38
Watford ..............36 10 8 18 42 62 38
Brighton.............35 8 13 14 32 47 37
West Ham ..........35 8 11 16 43 67 35
Huddersfield......35 9 8 18 27 56 35
Swansea ............35 8 9 18 27 52 33
Southampton ....35 6 14 15 35 54 32
Stoke ..................36 6 12 18 32 65 30
West Brom.........36 5 13 18 30 54 28
FA Youth Cup Final, 2nd leg:
Arsenal 0 Chelsea 4 (Chelsea won 7-1
on aggregate).
Spanish La Liga: Betis 2 Malaga 1.
BASEBALL
Major League: Baltimore Orioles 5
Detroit Tigers 3, Boston Red Sox 4
Tampa Bay Rays 3, Chicago Cubs 2
Milwaukee Brewers 0, Cleveland Indians
4 Seattle Mariners 10, Houston Astros 8
Oakland Athletics 4, Kansas City Royals
5 Chicago White Sox 4, LA Angels 1
New York Yankees 2, Miami Marlins 3
Colorado Rockies 0, Minnesota Twins 2
Cincinnati Reds 8, Philadelphia Phillies
1 Atlanta Braves 10, Pittsburgh Pirates
5 St Louis Cardinals 0, San Diego
Padres 2 New York Mets 14, San
Francisco Giants 4 Los Angeles
Dodgers 2, Toronto Blue Jays 7 Texas
Rangers 2, Washington Nationals 3
Arizona Diamondbacks 1.
BASKETBALL
NBA Conference play-offs 1st rd –
Eastern: Washington Capitals 4
Pittsburgh Penguins (series tied 1-1).
NBA Conference play-offs semifinal – Western: Nashville Predators 5
Winnipeg Jets 4 (series tied 1-1).
CRICKET
Tour Match (day 3 of 4) – Canterbury:
Pakistan 168 (ul-Haq 61, Gidman 5-47)
v Kent 39-1 (no play yesterday due to
rain). Resumes today at 11am.
Specsavers County Championship
Division One (day 4 of 4) – Ageas
Bowl: Hants 351-7dec (Adams 87) v
Essex 300-6 (Bopara 84no, Cook 84).
Hants (11pts) drew with Essex (10pts).
Old Trafford: Lancs 439-9dec (Clark
78,
Mennie
68no,
Bailey
66,
Chanderpaul 65, Croft 62) v Surrey 235
(Borthwick 79 & 199-6 (Foakes 57).
Lancs (12pts) drew with Surrey (8pts).
Taunton: Somerset 216 (Renshaw
112, Brooks 5-57) & 200 (Abell 82) v
Yorks 96 & 202 (Leaning 68). Somerset
(20pts) bt Yorks (3pts) by 118 runs.
New Road: Worcs 110 (Fletcher 5-27)
& 149 (Ball 5-59) v Notts 300-9dec
(Taylor 50). Notts (22pts) bt Worcs
(3pts) by an innings & 41 runs.
Division Two (day 4 of 4) – Grace
Road: Leics 381 (Horton 66, Ackermann
65, Eckersley 54) v Derbys 251-8
(Wilson 64no). Leics (11pts) drew with
Derbys (10pts).
Lord’s: Middlesex 194 (Eskinazi 94,
Hogan 5-49) v Glamorgan 38-4. Middlesex
(6pts) drew with Glamorgan (8pts).
Northampton: Northants v Durham
(match abandoned due to bad weather
– no result, 5pts each).
Hove: Sussex 145 (Salt 63) & 204 v
Gloucs 183 (Wiese 5-48) & 108-6.
Sussex (8pts) drew with Gloucs (8pts).
ICE HOCKEY
NHL Conference play-offs, quarterfinals – Eastern: Cleveland Cavaliers
105 Indiana Pacers 101 (Cleveland
won series 4-3). Western: Houston
Rockets 110 Utah Jazz 96 (Houston
lead series 1-0).
SNOOKER
Betfred World Championship (The
Crucible, Sheffield) – 2nd rd: J Trump
(Eng) bt R Walden (Eng) 13-9, D Junhui
(Chn) bt A McGill (Sco) 13-4, M Williams
(Wal) bt R Milkins (Eng) 13-7.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: Belle Vue 47 Somerset
43, Leicester 53 Rye House 37,
Wolverhampton 49 King’s Lynn 41.
TENNIS
WTA J&T Banka Prague Open
(Czech Republic) – 1st rd: A Schmiedlova
(Svk) bt H Watson (Gbr) 6-1 6-3.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
UEFA Champions League
semi-final, 2nd leg
Real Madrid (2) v Bayern Munich (1).................
Sky Bet League One
Bradford v Walsall ..............................................
Doncaster v AFC Wimbledon ............................
Scunthorpe v Plymouth .....................................
Sky Bet League Two
Chesterfield v Newport ......................................
Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
play-offs – quarter-final, 1st leg:
Dunfermline v Dundee Utd. League
One play-offs – semi-final, 1st leg:
Stenhousemuir v Queens Park. League
Two play-offs – semi-final, 2nd leg:
Spartans (0) v Cove Rangers (4).
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League
play-offs – semi-finals: Ashton Utd v
Farsley, Warrington v Grantham.
SPEEDWAY
British Under-21 Championship
Final (Berwick, 7pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Steenson; 7 Ereng; 8 Sahar;
9 Zarate; 10 Catt; 12 Cenk; 14 Conteh;
17 Harte; 18 Basho; 19 Anderton.
DOWN: 1 Steer; 2 Eighty; 3 Nash; 4
Ochoa; 5 Bezzecchi; 6 Crutchlow; 11
Korbut; 13 Noren; 15 Tosun; 16 Pele.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Hamburg, 2 Tom Marshall, 3 Bronze, 4
Henry Nicholls, 5 Fabrizio Giovanardi.
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
SERIOUSLY
foo tba ll
PROVE
OF
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ADMIRER:
Ottmar
Hitzfeld is a big
fan of Jurgen
Klopp (below)
SNUB: Arsene Wenger has rejected Paris St-Germain
WENGER TO
WAIT AS HE
REJECTS PSG
ARSENE WENGER has turned down the chance to
manage Paris St-Germain.
And Starsport can reveal the departing Arsenal boss
is keen on taking over the France national team after
the World Cup.
PSG, whose owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi is a close friend
of the Gunners boss, have made regular attempts to
lure Wenger to the French capital.
Despite claims former Borussia Dortmund boss
Thomas Tuchel had been
lined up to replace Unai
Emery this summer, it is
■ by DAVID WOODS
understood the club were
ready to employ Wenger World Cup but, after six
when it was confirmed he years in the role, there is
was quitting Arsenal.
a feeling that Didier
But friends of the Deschamps’
time
in
68-year-old say leaving charge could be coming
the north Londoners a to an end.
year early – following a
Wenger likes the idea of
falling-out with chief rebuilding the national
executive Ivan Gazidis, set-up and also is aware
who was pressuring him the pressure of the job
to go – has hurt Wenger.
will be nowhere near as
intense as the last few
Pressure
years at Arsenal.
After nearly 22 years
With Wenger leaving
with the Gunners, his the way clear, PSG are
claims about wanting to expect to confirm the
take a break appear to be appointment of Tuchel,
genuine.
while Arsenal are confiIt is also understood, dent of landing Juventus
such is his affection for manager Massimiliano
Arsenal, he cannot con- Allegri in the summer.
template taking charge of
The Italian, 50, was
another club, despite their top candidate last
Everton also contacting year when it was thought
him to try to tempt him to Wenger might be leaving.
replace Sam Allardyce at
The Gunners’ new head
the end of the season.
of recruitment, Sven
The feeling among those Mislintat,
has
been
who know him is that pushing the claims of
Wenger is coming around Hoffenheim’s 30-year-old
to the idea of bossing boss Julian Nagelsmann.
France,
having
also
But the board have
been offered the job on decided
to
go
for
numerous occasions.
experience, with Allegri,
Much will depend on who has been learning
their showing at the English, their top pick.
EXCLUSIVE
Blues eye Julian
■ EXCLUSIVE by DAVID WOODS
CHELSEA are considering Hoffenheim boss Julian
Nagelsmann as their next manager.
Antonio Conte looks certain to leave the Blues
this summer and Nagelsmann, 30, has emerged as a
surprise candidate to replace him.
Nagelsmann took Hoffenheim into the Champions
League for the first time in his debut season and is
on course to match that this term. They are
guaranteed at least fourth spot if they win their
final two Bundesliga games.
Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique was Chelsea
director Marina Granovskaia’s first pick for the job,
in tandem with former Chelsea right-back Juliano
Belletti as director of football.
But it is believed Enrique’s financial demands
were unacceptable to owner Roman Abramovich.
Chelsea then turned to Juventus manager
Massimiliano Allegri, but Arsenal appear to have
persuaded the 50-year-old they are a better option.
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Peter Krawietz
will have to step up
in Buvac’s absence
to assist Klopp
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Mo turns into El of a beast
MOHAMED SALAH is a
training ground pussycat
who transforms into a raging
tiger on the pitch.
Egypt team-mate Ahmed
Elmohamady says the
laid-back Liverpool star
becomes a different beast
when he steps out to play.
Elmohamady sees the
43-goal marvel and Ballon
d’Or contender while on
international duty together
and hopes Salah will have a
Champions League winners’
medal by the time the two
meet up for the World Cup.
“In training, I don’t worry
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
about him but in a game he
turns into a different player,”
said the Aston Villa winger.
“You can see him now –
he’s one of the best players
in the world.
“Mo-Mo is a great lad. He
has been excellent this
season. Hopefully he can
continue in the same form
and help us in the World Cup.
“We need him. He is going
to play a big part in the team.
“He took the chance to
leave Chelsea and go away
from the Premier League to
prove everyone wrong. And
he did it at Fiorentina and
Roma, then came back to the
Premier League and you see
what he can do now.”
If Salah stars in Russia this
summer he will be in with a
big shout of being named
the world’s best player.
He is 6/4 second favourite
ahead of Lionel Messi but is
behind Cristiano Ronaldo.
Elmohamady added: “He
still has a long way to go.
“It’s only one season. For
the level of Ronaldo and
Messi, he has to do it for
seven or eight years.”
■
KING OF EGYPT: Salah
celebrates with Elmohamady
(No.3) after scoring in the 1-0
win over Ghana last year
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 1, 2018
SEMI-FINAL, 2nd LEG
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
YOU’RE TOP
THE KLOPPS
Jurgen challenged to pull off
Italian job without his No.2
JURGEN
KLOPP
has
faced many tests in his
time at Liverpool but
coping with losing his
‘Brain’
is
another
challenge altogether.
The shock departure of righthand man Zeljko Buvac, temporary
or not, has come at the worst
possible moment.
There is absolutely no time to
wallow in pity, though, on the eve
of a Champions League semi-final
second leg against Roma.
So far there has been nothing to
suggest Klopp cannot deal with
the loss of his trusted lieutenant
who was renowned for his
tactical nous – earning him the
nickname ‘The Brain’.
Was it down to a fallout, a medical
matter or a family crisis? Liverpool
are refusing to say.
But whatever the reason, the loss
of his assistant – whom he has been
close with since they were players
together – could only have come at a
worse time for Klopp and his
team had he left on the eve of the
Champions League Final on May 26.
Even then at least Klopp would
have had the man who has worked
By CHRIS
McKENNA
alongside him since he started out
in management at Mainz in 2001 by
his side to prepare for either Real
Madrid or Bayern Munich.
That’s if they finish the job against
Roma tomorrow night as expected
after winning the first leg 5-2.
Now Klopp has to prove he can
steer the Reds home on his own and
another top German manager is
backing him to do it.
Pushed
“Jurgen Klopp has done sensational things,” said former Bayern
Munich and Borussia Dortmund
boss Ottmar Hitzfeld.
“In the Champions League,
Liverpool
have
outgrown
themselves. He pushed the team
with his enthusiasm.
“Getting ahead of Manchester
City was a bit of a sensation.
“They are also stronger away from
home because they can counter
with Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah
and Roberto Firmino. Klopp has
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finally made the breakthrough
there.
“I am even convinced that he
will create an era in Europe with
Liverpool. He has already proved in
Dortmund that he can win titles.”
This season he has coped with
the loss of Brazil star Philippe
Coutinho and knocked Manchester
City out of Europe when few
thought they could.
Klopp will now lean even more on
another member of his coaching
team, Peter Krawietz, for advice as
well as Andreas Kornmayer as
they make their final preparations
for the clash in the Italian capital.
He will also look to Krawietz, as
he has always done, on the touchline
in the Stadio Olimpico.
Yet, because of the surprise exit
of Buvac, there will be more focus
than usual on Klopp, especially
if Roma start strongly.
Nobody said that winning a
Champions League would be easy,
though.
Central defender Virgil van Dijk
described Klopp as the complete
manager before the quarter-final
demolition of City.
Now he has got the chance to prove
it again.
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Brain drain a
Kop setback
From Back Page
could be on the verge of
leaving Liverpool
permanently.
But, for now, the Reds
insist that he remains an
employee at the club.
His absence is a major
setback as Klopp’s men
head to Italy today looking
to protect their 5-2
first-leg lead and book a
spot in the Champions
League Final.
Liverpool’s players were
told of his departure at
training on Sunday.
Clash
Most were shocked by
the news, which will
hamper preparations for
the clash in the Italian
capital. And the timing of
his temporary departure
is bizarre.
This will be Klopp’s
biggest game in charge
and the most important
for the Merseysiders in
the last decade.
Buvac has worked with
Klopp since he started his
managerial career at
Mainz back in 2001.
Along with coach Peter
TEAMWORK: Mohamed Salah gets
a lift from his team-mates after
being presented with a medal to mark
his inclusion in the PFA Team of the Year
Krawietz he signed a
six-year contract
extension, along with
Klopp, in the summer of
2016.
It is not the first time a
Liverpool boss has lost
his assistant manager
mid-campaign.
When Gerard Houllier’s
side won the cup treble,
including the UEFA Cup in
2001, he saw assistant
Patrice Bergues depart.
And soon after Liverpool
had reached the 2007
Champions League Final,
having won the competition two years earlier, Rafa
Benitez’s assistant Pako
Ayesteran quit.
Reds ace Mohamed
Salah will not face
disciplinary action for his
clash with Stoke’s Bruno
Martins Indi.
The Premier League’s
top scorer swung his arm
at the defender during
Saturday’s goalless draw,
with the incident missed
by referee Andre Marriner.
But a three-man panel of
ex-referees decided
yesterday that it was not
violent conduct.
■
PRESSURE: Zidane
Zidane
shrugs
off heat
■ by GEORGE SCOTT
REAL MADRID boss
Zinedine Zidane says his
future doesn’t hinge on
lifting the Champions
League for the third
successive season.
The Frenchman is
under pressure following
a poor La Liga title
defence, which saw rivals
Barcelona crowned
champions on Sunday.
Real are in the box seat
ahead of tonight’s
semi-final second-leg,
taking a 2-1 lead against
Bayern Munich to the
Bernabeu.
Zidane said: “I’m the
coach and I want to
continue at this club.
“But it’s not important.
What matters to
everyone is thinking
about this game and
that’s it.”
Despite holding the
upper hand on home soil,
RONALDO TO
SCORE FIRST
7/2
Zidane has urged his
players to start with an
attacking mentality.
The winners will set up
a meeting with Roma or
Liverpool in Kiev on
May 26 and Zidane said:
“We’ve got to go out and
get an early goal. We
know the importance of
the game.
“The only thing we’re
thinking about is giving
everything to make it to
the final.”
Bayern have been hit
by injuries to key men
Arjen Robben and
Jerome Boateng.
And boss Jupp
Heynckes has also been
forced to jump to the
defence of Robert
Lewandowski following
his Champions League
goal drought.
Poland striker
Lewandowski has scored
39 times this season but
he has failed to find the
net in his last four
European games.
Heynckes said: “Lewy
has my complete
support. Every striker
has phases where they
don’t score.
“But he has scored a
lot of goals this season.
And you can’t forget that
he once scored four
goals against Real for
Dortmund.”
TOTTENHAM..2 WATFORD..0
Deadly Kane
taking aim
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■ by PAUL BROWN
HARRY KANE has Liverpool
and Mohamed Salah in his
sights after firing Tottenham
closer to the Champions League
last night.
The England striker bagged his
27th Premier League goal of the
season to move to within four of Salah
in the race for the Golden Boot. Dele Alli
bagged the opener in the 16th minute.
Spurs are a point behind third-placed
Liverpool with a game in hand and five
points ahead of Chelsea.
Kane said: “Three games left, we win
them all hopefully and then we’re up to
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Butland
wanted
EXCLUSIVE
■
by DAVE ARMITAGE
PREMIER League new boys
Wolves are ready to make a
£35m swoop for England
keeper Jack Butland.
The ambitious Midlands
club will join the race for
Butland (above) if Stoke are
relegated.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s
Championship winners
mean business and have
put the 25-year-old top of
their shopping list.
But they will face stiff
opposition, with some topflight heavyweights also
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FLASHPOINT: Bong
with Rodriguez (left)
Bong in
new row
■ by ALEX CROOK
POLICE are probing claims
Brighton defender Gaeten
Bong was subjected to
monkey chants at Burnley.
Bong was booed every
time he touched the ball
during Saturday’s goalless
draw, with boss Chris
Hughton labelling his
treatment “shameful”.
The reaction was believed
to be in response to Bong’s
claim that West Brom striker
– and former Burnley hero –
Jay Rodriguez racially
abused him during a game
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DYNAMIC DUO:
Scorers Harry
Kane and Dele Alli
celebrate at
Wembley last night
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Tottenham
Chelsea
Arsenal
P
35
35
36
35
35
35
W D L F A Pts
30 3 2 102 26 93
24 5 6 67 27 77
20 12 4 80 37 72
21 8 6 68 31 71
20 6 9 60 34 66
17 6 12 67 48 57
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TOP TEAM: Kop
boss Jurgen
Klopp with his
No.2 Zeljko Buvac
LIVERPOOL have
been hit by the loss
of Jurgen Klopp’s
No.2 on the eve of
their Champions
League semi-final
with Roma.
Bosnian Zeljko Buvac,
known as ‘The Brain’ for
his tactical nous, has been
Klopp’s right-hand man for
■ by CHRIS McKENNA
17 years. But Klopp’s
trusted lieutenant won’t be
in the dugout at the Stadio
Olimpico tomorrow night.
Assistant manager
Buvac has left the club
for the rest of the season
due to “personal reasons”.
The shock exit sparked
speculation that Buvac
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