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RIO Ferdinand’s three
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lover Kate Wright for a
baby brother or sister.
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TV show yesterday: “It’s
really lovely how far we
have come.”
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QUOTE OF THE DAY
“OMG I feel like s***.“
New world snooker champion
Mark Williams reflects after
waking following his all-night
bender to celebrate his victory.
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ON THIS DAY...
... in 1941 German submarine
U-110 was captured by the Royal
Navy, its Enigma code machine
giving the Allies absolutely vital
codebreaking information.
ALMOST 50,000
families who relied on
state handouts are
now back in work
following welfare
reforms, claims the
Works and Pensions
Secretary.
Esther McVey said
48,000 households are
now employed after
the Government rolled
out the benefit cap to
“make work pay”.
Figures show one in
four families hit with
the cap have got jobs
and are claiming tax
credits.
It means 170,000
children no longer
live in a home where
no-one works, claims
the minister.
The controversial
cap was introduced in
April 2013 to make
sure those who live off
benefits do not get
more than working
families.
Boozing
price law
on again
HEALTH bosses will
review the evidence
for a minimum alcohol
price in England, a
health minister has
said.
Steve Brine said that
while a previous
consultation found the
evidence was not
conclusive, the policy
was kept under review.
He added it was part
of the government’s
efforts to tackle
alcohol abuse.
Earlier this month
Scotland introduced a
minimum price of 50p
per unit of alcohol.
It became the first
country in the world
to bring in a minimum
booze price.
Mr Brine told MPs:
“The Government
remains committed to
tackling all alcoholrelated harms.”
It’s lip service
THERESA May and Donald Trump pucker up
®
as they get a romantic boost from their
other halves.
May got a smacker from husband Philip before
a Cabinet meeting, while the US President had a
public smooch with Melania at the White House.
NUKE DEAL
WITH IRAN
IS
TRUMPED
He pulls US out of ‘rotten’ pact
DONALD Trump last night pulled the US
out of the “disastrous” international
nuclear deal with Iran.
Johnson
rebuked
for rant
TORIES last night
hit out at Boris
Johnson for blasting
Theresa May’s
post-Brexit trade
plans as “crazy”.
The Foreign
Secretary fears the
Prime Minister’s deal
would leave the UK
unable to trade freely
with countries around
the world.
Meanwhile, the
Lords have been
accused of trying to
wreck Brexit.
They inflicted four
new defeats on the
Government yesterday
– making 14 defeats in
all – as they reviewed
new laws to take us
out of the European
Union.
Tory MP Jacob
Rees-Mogg accused the
Lords of “using an
ermine-covered
wrecking ball in their
efforts to stop Brexit”.
The US President will also reimpose economic
sanctions on the Islamic Republic, waived when
the agreement was signed in 2015.
But the world was still digesting the controversial
move that could have a far-reaching global impact.
It went against advice from his European allies and
some military experts.
Britain, Germany and France, who also signed up to
the same Iran deal, last night “regretted” Trump’s
action. The president has been desperate to ditch the
“decaying and rotten”
® by ANTHONY WALTON
agreement he inherited
from Barack Obama.
be
held
hostage
by
It stated that Iran would
nuclear blackmail.”
shelve its nuclear ambiAnd if Iran “continues
tions in exchange for
its nuclear aspirations it
the lifting of economic
will have bigger problems
sanctions.
than it has ever had
But Trump said
before”, the president
in his television
vowed.
address from the
But Trump said he would
White House that
be ready to negotiate a
the
“horrible,
new deal.
one-sided deal”
Iran denounced the US
was not drawn
action as “illegal and illeup tightly
gitimate”.
enough.
THE Hulk star
It even
Lou Ferrigno has
allowed
landed a role at the
the counWhite House on Dontry to continue
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enriching uranion Sports, Fitness
um bringing it “to
and Nutrition.
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Dawn Neesom:
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The president
yesterday
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Rosa
RAVISHING
„
Rosa looks in
full bloom just like
one of her top
programmes when
she was little.
The 24-yearold blonde
beauty was a big
fan of The Darling
Buds Of May.
The Bristol
girl even
found a similar
dress to one
worn by Catherine
Zeta-Jones in the
series in a charity
shop. Obviously
Buds of a feather.
„
„
TOP COOK: Payne
Liam is
daddy of
the pots
LIAM Payne says
fatherhood made him
feel useless but cooking
got him through.
The singer said he was
shocked by how difficult
the first few months
were after Bear arrived.
And he struggled to
accept the close bond
between the tot, now 13
months old, and
superstar mum Cheryl.
The 24-year-old said: “A
mother and a child is the
most beautiful thing to
watch but they’re the
closest thing ever.
“I didn’t really feel put
out but I was like,
‘where’s my place?’
“Cooking actually got
me through fatherhood
because it made me feel
useful.”
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Star Will’s
on song for
Eurovision
the movie
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with Swedish
act Benjamin
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COMEBACK: Fury
Champ
knocked
out cold
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
TYSON Fury wants to
become the first man to
box at the South Pole
– where temperatures
plunge to -49 degrees.
The heavyweight, 29,
has lost eight stone in
his battle to get fit after
serving a drugs ban.
He has not fought since
beating Wladimir
Klitschko in 2015 but is
plotting his comeback.
The former world
champion – who
returns to the ring in
Manchester on June 9
– said: “I’ll have four
fights. Emanuel Steward
(his former coach) talked
about fighting in
Antarctica years ago.
“Maybe that’s an
opportunity.”
They want to cash-in on the
success of the camp contest,
which is watched by 200million viewers every year.
Producers have already secured
Will Ferrell, 50, for the film. He
has flown to Lisbon where this
year’s event is being held.
The A-list actor is on a “research
mission” to find out why Eurovision is such a hit.
A contest insider said: “Americans don’t know much about Eurovision but this film will change
all that.”
Elf star Will attended Eurovi-
“had enough” and cannot wait to
retire from hit-making.
He wants to spend more time
with his two young sons Elijah
and Zachary after his Farewell
Yellow Brick Road tour. Speaking on Good Morning Britain
yesterday Sir Elton said: “It’s not
a publicity stunt because I really
am saying goodbye.”
edward.gleave@dailystar.co.uk
EUROVISION SPECIALPage
27
ELTON SET TO SAY BYE-BYE
SIR Elton John is bored with
performing and is “looking forward to saying goodbye” to fans
this year after five decades in
showbiz. The star, 71, said he has
® by ED GLEAVE In Lisbon
sion’s opening ceremony on Sunday night in the Portuguese
capital. He was at the red carpet
bash to spy on acts from across
Europe.
Our source added: “Will was
surveying everything and seeing
what it was all about.”
Oddball acts he will see this
week include Israel’s hotly-tipped
Netta, who does a chicken impression during her song.
Essex-born singer SuRie will
represent the UK with her track
Storm.
She said: “It’s really exciting
that Will is here. I just wonder
what he will make of it all!”
Rob tec return
BORED: Superstar
HOLLYWOOD star Robert Downey Jr is to
play legendary detective Sherlock Holmes on
the big screen for a third time.
Guy Ritchie will direct the as-yet untitled
movie, which will also reunite Downey Jr
with Jude Law as his Doctor Watson.
Warner Brothers say the pair will film next
year with release set for Christmas 2020.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
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®
CHILLING:
Meghan and best
pal Jessica on holiday
It’s Wince
Charles
PRINCE Charles grimaces after
taking a glug of red wine during a
„
visit to France.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess
of Cornwall were at a market in Lyon
when a stallholder handed him the glass
and boasted: “For me this is the best
wine in all of Lyon.”
Charles politely replied, “Merci”
before downing the drink – and
then pulling a funny face.
Later the Prince enjoyed other nibbles
including local cheeses at Les Halles de
Lyon-Paul Bocuse, widely recognised as
one of the top food markets in France.
„
BRIDE AND JOY
Fun in Italian sun for Meghan
ROYAL bride-to-be Meghan
Markle sizzles in a bikini
during a holiday in Italy with
a close pal.
The snaps were posted by her best
friend Jessica Mulroney and show
the pair relaxing.
®
DOWN THE HATCH:
Charles tastes the tipple
They were uploaded on the Amalfi coast
just weeks after the Suits star’s first date
with Prince Harry.
Another picture in black and white
shows Meghan wearing a fedora and
matching light-coloured dress as they
enjoyed a night out.
Several people said they thought the
close friends looked like sisters.
During their break, Jessica wrote:
“Italy.... I think we are going to get along
famously.
“Girls Getaway with Meghan Markle
has officially begun.
“When you work hard, you feel grateful
for the time you have to reflect. I cannot
wait for another year.
“Happy wife happy life #fakehoney-
® by ANTONY THROWER
moon.” One fan said of the pair: “You
guys are the cutest BFFs ever!”
Stylist Jessica is believed to have played
a huge role in Meghan’s upcoming May
19 wedding to Prince Harry as the pair
continue to spend time together.
Some sources say Jessica, married to
Ben Mulroney, the son of ex-Canadian
prime minister Brian, was key in picking
her friend’s wedding gown.
And her pal will be flying into Windsor
to see the pair tie the knot.
A royal source said: “Jessica is Meghan’s best friend and has been a huge
influence.
“Meghan’s turned to her for advice on
everything from the dress, the flowers,
decorations in church, the wedding lunch
and even the seating plan. The two are on
the phone all the time.”
YouTube revealed Harry and Meghan
are the most watched royals on their
channel.
antony.thrower@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
REUNION: Geri and Mel B
MEL B has hinted that the
Spice Girls are planning to
perform together again.
She revealed yesterday
that all five have signed up
with their former manager
Simon Fuller.
And she says she’s ready
to tour “immediately” if all
the band members agreed.
The girls sparked
rumours of a comeback
earlier this year when all
five – Geri Horner, Mel B,
Emma Bunton, Mel C and
Victoria Beckham – got
together at Geri’s house to
discuss potential new
projects.
During an appearance as
a guest panellist on ITV’s
Loose Women yesterday,
Mel B said: “We are in the
process of figuring stuff
out.
“I don’t know what is
going to happen or when
– but it is all very exciting.
“There’s going to be a bit
of everything.
“I think I’ve just been
nagging them too much
and I just need to shut my
mouth.”
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A Dad’s
Alarmy
ARMED police sent to
intercept a machine
gun-toting gang in combat
gear found themselves
confronting a World
War Two Dad’s Army
re-enactment group.
Officers were called to
Chester centre on Monday
after reports of men
dressed in combat clothing
and carrying weapons.
But they turned out to be
a group of war history
enthusiasts – dressed as
Home Guard soldiers –
promoting a Royal British
Legion event.
And their weapons,
which included several
machine guns commonly
used in World War Two,
had been deactivated.
Picture: EAMONN & JAMES CLARKE
Mel B’s
set for
Spices’
return
I’m in awe of Corrie
suicide star Shayne
STREET KEV
DROWNING ®
SORROWS
MICHAEL Le Vell’s Corrie
®
co-stars have rallied round
him amid fears his engagement
has hit the rocks.
The 53-year-old, who plays
Kevin Webster, has reportedly
checked into a £70-a-night
hotel after a bust-up with
Louise Gibbons, 42.
He spent Thursday night in
a police station after being
arrested on suspicion of
assault following a “domestic
incident” at the home they
® by JERRY LAWTON
shared in Timperley, near
Manchester.
The actor, who has battled
alcoholism after being cleared
of child abuse, was treated in
hospital after allegedly falling
down stairs.
But he was pictured
laughing with co-stars
including Alan Halsall, Brooke
Vincent and Kate Ford in a pub
near the soap’s Salford HQ.
®
GIRL PRAISES AN
‘AMAZING’ ROLE
® EXCLUSIVE by JERRY LAWTON
SHAYNE Ward’s fiancée will “forever be
in awe” of him over his suicide storyline
in Coronation Street.
Sophie Austin, who played Lindsey Butterfield in
Hollyoaks, told of her pride in her husband-to-be.
It followed his portrayal of the factory owner’s final
hours before he takes his own life. His character’s
suicide will not be shown
on screen.
Sophie, 34, wrote to
former X Factor winner
Shayne, 33, on Instagram:
“So here we are at the end
of this long journey, one
that I’m so so proud of you
for taking.
“You listened to stories/
experiences, learnt, revisited your own memories
and tragic loss and worked
hard to make this story the
truest it could be and to
TALENT: Shayne
hopefully help others and
get people talking.
“I will forever be in awe
of you and your amazing
talent as an actor.’’
Corrie fans watched
heart-breaking scenes on
Monday night’s double bill
as Aidan told his ex Eva
Price – played by 34-yearold Catherine Tyldesley –
he still loved her.
The ITV soap teamed up
with charities Samaritans
and the Campaign Against
Living Miserably to ensure
the story was handled
TRIBUTE: Sophie
realistically.
Prior to the two episodes,
to the forefront and to get
Sophie encouraged people,
people especially men
especially men, to speak
talking and not feeling
out if they were going
alone.’’
through any issues.
¬Ê If you need to talk, call
She said: “All I ask is
the Samaritans on 08457
please do not lose sight of
909090 or email jo@samarwhat
@itvcorrie
are
itans.org.
doing.
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
“It’s bringing the subject
Share again,
fans tell Kay
COMEDIAN Peter Kay was last night under
pressure to come out of exile and make a new
series of Car Share.
The show’s unscripted TV special drew 4.4
million viewers on Monday night.
What Kay insists will be the final ever episode
of the Bafta-winning BBC show will be shown
later this month.
But fans took to social
media to hail it the Beeb’s
best comedy and called
on him to pen a third
series.
One tweeted: “Absolute
comedy
gold,
please
please we need more.’’
Another wrote: “This
can’t end – it just can’t.
New series now please.’’
A third added: “More
more more please.”
IN DEMAND: Peter
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6
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Says
Share out
the smiles
BBC bosses simply have to get
another series of Car Share on our
screens.
A one-off unscripted special of Peter
Kay’s chuckle fest pulled in a whopping
4.4million viewers on Monday.
Fans are begging the stand-up to
pen more episodes and surely Beeb
chiefs should bite his arm off for more
comedy gold.
The hit show is the perfect cocktail of
brilliant characters and cast-iron writing that tugs at the nation’s heart
strings.
It’s got lols, love and bucketloads of
belting one-liners.
Viewers have endured a line-up of
damp squibs in recent years.
Who remembers Coming Of Age,
hailed the “worst BBC sitcom yet” by
critics in 2009? Or The Wright Way
penned by the “no longer remotely
funny” Ben Elton in 2013.
Not to mention the 2009 circus cringefest Big Top starring Amanda Holden,
which was “one of those programmes
that get you wondering about the
commissioning process”.
Let’s put them behind us and create
another classic like Only Fools And
Horses.
Give us more Car Share!
Taxi gang
nightmare
IT is sickening that taxi drivers
formed part of a vile sex grooming
gang that preyed on teens as young
as 14.
Sixty cabbies suspected of “sexual
exploitation” have been suspended on
Tyneside. This is definitely not a case
of one rogue driver.
The taxis ferried vulnerable teens to
addresses for all-night sex parties after
plying them with drink and drugs.
Locals would see them emerge in the
morning and get back into the cars.
Northumbria Police’s huge probe
Operation Sanctuary discovered eight
sordid crime gangs involved in trafficking, sex abuse and slavery.
Their hard work has resulted in 90
convictions to date, totalling more than
400 years in jail. Another 550 people
are set to be deported.
It can’t come soon enough.
Pot of ale
NEWLY-crowned world snooker
champ Mark Williams had a massive
booze bender after his win.
Cue the hangover…
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FORTNITE is the latest video
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game craze to take over the
world. It’s got the likes of rapper
Drake, footballer Dele Alli and even
(surprisingly) Loose Women pundit
Stacey Solomon absolutely hooked.
This week it was revealed it is so
addictive sales of items within the
game, like different weapons and
character looks, hit £18.4million in the
space of just 14 days.
But is it harming our children?
Daily Star Gaming Editor JAMES
WRIGHT says it simply isn’t. Here’s
his complete guide to Fortnite...
„
THE fact is, Fortnite, like all incredible games, movies, books or TV shows,
is just such fantastic fun that it
can become addictive and too
good to put down.
Just in case you’re worried about your kids, or
simply want to know
more about this thing
they’re obsessed with
playing, here’s everything a parent could
want to know about
Fortnite...
WHAT IS IT?
If you want the incredibly simple answer, it’s a
shooter.
But more specifically, it’s a Battle
Royale-style shooter where 100 players
skydive on to a colourful island and
face off against one another.
As the game progresses, the map
shrinks, forcing players closer and
closer together, until there’s only one
victorious survivor.
IS IT VIOLENT?
Make no mistake, this game, being a
shooter, has weapons in it.
Everything from crossbows to grenade launchers.
But, it’s certainly not violent in the
realistic sense, especially compared
with the likes of your more adult Call
Of Duty or Battlefield games. It’s cartoon-like in appearance and aside from
the shooting, there’s bigger elements
to the game that kids love.
Like building forts, doing silly dances (emotes) and customising their
character with wacky outfits (skins).
Fortnite, after all, is only rated 12+
by the ratings board.
The same, we should add,
as the latest 160-minute long
Avengers movie, which has
had no shortage of kids
glued to the silver screen
these past few weeks.
PARENTAL TIPS!
As a parent, you might not understand console games or
what your child is playing,
but you don’t need to feel
helpless.
Whether you own a
PlayStation 4, Xbox
One
or
Nintendo
Switch, all modern
consoles come with a
series of parental
controls that can put
your mind at ease.
These controls allow
you to do everything
from setting restrictions
on daily play time, spending limits so you don’t get a
whopping £300 credit card bill and
even setting age ratings so your
13-year-old isn’t playing the latest
18-rated release.
Likewise, you’ll find similar Parental Controls on mobile devices – which
can also be used to play Fortnite.
Understandably though, you might
feel overwhelmed trying to find all of
this information through Google.
If so, try heading to askaboutgames.
com.
The site, aimed mainly at parents,
has got everything you need to get
started and ensure families can enjoy
gaming safely and responsibly. Especially Fortnite.
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
KIDNAPPER: Matthews
KIDNAP mum Karen
Matthews insisted last
night: “I’m not Britain’s
worst mum. I didn’t kill
anybody.”
The hated 43-year-old
spoke out for the first time
in a bid to convince the
nation she is not evil.
And she still insists she
knew nothing of the
bizarre 2008 snatch plot,
involving her daughter
Shannon, nine, that
shocked the nation.
Matthews says she does
not deserve all the abuse
she gets.
She said: “Baby P’s mum
and Maxine Carr don’t get
the abuse that I do.
Scared
“None of it’s true. I’m on
the edge.”
And she added: “It
makes me want to kill
myself but I’d never do
that. I’m scared I’ll die
lonely and alone.”
Matthews, originally
from Dewsbury Moor,
West Yorks, served four
years of an eight-year
sentence before being
relocated to a town in the
south of England for her
own safety.
She says she is proud to
work as a volunteer in a
Christian charity shop
there.
Netflix is
targeted
by chiefs
BRITISH TV bosses are set
to join forces to take on
streaming giants Amazon
and Netflix.
The BBC, ITV and
Channel 4 will set aside
their differences in a bid to
form their own exclusive
online service.
Telly chiefs are said to be
in deep discussions to
create a super-streaming
network to rival the
multi-million pound
productions being churned
out by the US companies.
And American TV giant
NBC Universal could also
get involved.
The move follows a recent
survey that revealed 16 to
24-year-olds in the UK
spend more time in a week
watching Netflix than any
BBC service – including
the iPlayer.
RODENT FREE ISLE
SOUTH Georgia in the
southern Atlantic has been
officially declared free of
rats and mice after a £10m
eradication scheme.
**
MORNING AFTER
■
LEGEND:
Mark wakes
with pal and
naked at press
conference
Booze epic
lasts night
for winner
NIGHT BEFORE
Picture: ALAMY
Karen:
‘I’m not
worst
mother’
CHAMP MARK IS
SNOOKER LOOPY!
■ by ANTONY THROWER
NEW snooker champ
Mark Williams threw an
epic all-night bender
and woke up next to a
pal with no memory of
his antics.
The 43-year-old stunned fans
when he triumphed over John
Higgins in the world final in
Sheffield.
But the Welsh potting ace later
picked up a legion of new supporters as he blogged his marathon after-party online with his
new trophy in tow.
Mark had promised to drink
until the sun came up at a press
conference moments after sealing his third world title.
And the champion, who had sat
naked as he spoke to the world’s
media owing to a previous pledge,
was as good as his word.
He wrote during his night out:
“I never celebrated any of my
wins EVER, but this
b******* I am, unreal to see
all my mates enjoying the
occasion and having a
laugh.
“Until that sun comes up
I ain’t stopping drinking
xxxx it.
“5 am and there ain’t no
sight of slowing up, in fact
I’m just warming up.
“544 and still going strong,
told u I was gunna enjoy
this one.”
SOMETHING’S
Hero
He later posted a shot still
wearing the shirt he wore
in the final, but in broad
daylight yesterday.
And five hours later he
shared another photo of
himself in bed with snooker pal Lee Walker, writing:
“The morning after, not
really sure how I’m in bed
with @leewalker147 but
who cares.
“OMG I feel like s***.”
Fans lapped up his
tweets as well as several
other incidents during the
world championship fortnight, including where he
munched on Minstrels
chocolates handed over by
fans and hit shots with his
eyes closed.
One fan wrote: “@markwil147 is my new sporting
hero pots balls eyes closed,
and goes to a post final
press conference naked.
“Absolute legend!”
Another added: “@markwil147 is honestly the hero
of snooker.
“Kebab before the final,
eating Minstrels during the
final, eyes shut shots and
getting blotto all night after
winning. Class.”
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MORE than 30 criminal
investigations including 21
sex attacks are being
urgently reviewed after a
forensic scientist
apparently botched
examinations.
Scotland Yard said a
member of staff from its
Forensic Services allegedly
failed to carry out tests and
lied to investigators.
Police said: “All victims
in the affected cases have
been contacted, where it
has been deemed
appropriate.”
HOME PRICE FALL
HOUSE prices fell by 3.1%
month-on-month in April –
the biggest monthly decline
since September 2010,
according to new figures.
Pictures: JOE PEPLER / PINPEP
Cop lab
‘blunder’
Weddy,
set, go!
BRIDES and grooms-to-be in full
★
wedding dress race across London to
try to win £8,000 towards their big day.
Couples had to carry their partners, dodge
torrential rain and hurl bouquets to come
out on top in the Pimm’s Wedding Dash.
Winners Jade Woollen and Daniel
Carey from Wimbledon, south-west
London, shared a kiss at the finish line.
★
550 BOOTED
OUT IN TAXI
SEX
SHAME
Groomers face deportation
MORE than 550 child sex
groomers from the same city
are to be kicked out of Britain.
Police have passed their details to the
Home Office after smashing a giant sex
ring run by taxi drivers in Newcastle.
They face deportation for posing a high
risk of causing harm.
The Operation Sanctuary inquiry has so
far led to 90 convictions resulting in gang
members receiving jail sentences totalling
more than 400 years.
Police have identified 640 victims of
whom 166 are engaged with counselling
and support services.
Officers found eight separate crime gangs
running child sex rings across the city.
All 18 members of one were jailed after
girls as young as 14 were plied with booze
and drugs and forced to have sex with
multiple partners.
Flats are being rented online to stage
drug-fuelled “pop-up parties” where
children are abused. Police have issued 220
child abduction notices warning suspects
■ by JERRY LAWTON
still at large they will be arrested if they
approach youngsters.
Police said 60 taxi drivers suspected of
“sexual exploitation” had been suspended.
Newcastle Council also said 29 taxi
licences had been suspended while two
have been revoked, while 10 court orders
have been issued to stop slavery and
trafficking.
Officers have also raided 60 premises and
seized illegal booze and cigarettes worth
£30,000, which were used to lure girls.
A police and crime panel report into the
operation said: “It is difficult to overstate
the positive impact of Sanctuary.”
But it said sex gangs were still operating
in the area.
The report said: “Social media platforms
assist perpetrators to contact and groom
victims. Northumbria Police and the safeguarding partnership recognise the signs
and indicators of sexual exploitation.”
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jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
/lmx
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AWAY DAYS: Harry Kane
Guards
at stars’
homes
ENGLAND players will
have round-the-clock
security patrols to protect
their WAGS and homes
during the World Cup.
Stars will employ
guards to make sure they
do not fall prey to “away
day” crooks.
With Gareth Southgate’s
men away for weeks and
their partners only flying
to Russia for matches, the
players are also worried
raiders could strike while
their families are still at
home.
An insider said: “All the
players are concerned
about security.
“But they have met with
their clubs and their own
security advisors to make
sure alarm systems are
up-to-date and serviced.”
WAGS have admitted
they are terrified of being
targeted while their men
are away.
Al talks
football
SIR Alex Ferguson’s first
words to his family after
brain surgery were: “How
did Doncaster get on?”
Pals revealed he asked
about his manager son
Darren’s League One side
Doncaster Rovers, who in
fact lost 1-0 to Wigan.
A source said of Man
United legend Sir Alex,
76: “He just can’t stop
talking football.”
**
RIO’S KIDS BEG FOR
NEW TOT ON TEAM
■
OPENING
UP: Kate
before her
appearance on
This Morning
yesterday
Youngsters want
Kate to be mum
■ by OLIVER PRITCHARD
SEXY Kate Wright has revealed lover
Rio Ferdinand’s children are begging
her to give them another sibling.
The ex-Towie beauty, 26, said she had grown
close to the former England captain’s three
youngsters he had with wife Rebecca Ellison.
Rebecca died in 2015 following a two-year battle
with breast cancer. Kate told This Morning she now
considered Rio and his brood “the four most
precious people” in her life.
She added: “I couldn’t imagine the kids would talk
about it before. At the school gates, at first they said
that’s my aunt, then that’s dad’s girlfriend, then
that’s my stepmum – and
now they say on daily
basis ‘when are we having a brother or sister?’
“I have to say ‘not yet’.
They’ll say: ‘When do
you want to get married,
we want to be bridesmaids’. It’s really lovely
how far we’ve come.”
Memory
Rio, 39, began dating
Kate in 2017.
She left Towie last
April and has no regrets
about ditching reality
TV to help Rio raise
Lorenz, 11, Tate, nine,
and Tia, six.
Kate said: “I met Rio,
he had children who lost
their mum, they didn’t
have a woman in their
lives. Someone needs to
be at home and give
them love.”
Kate also works hard
with the ex-Man United
defender to preserve
Rebecca’s memory.
She said: “We always
celebrate
Rebecca’s
birthday, we all go to the
cemetery together. We
ACTION MAN: Rio
do talk about their mum,
I know a lot more about
her than they think.
“The kids are a really
big part of our relationship, everything we’ve
done we included them,
from the first date, to me
moving in.”
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
■
SMITTEN:
Kate and
Rio have
become closer
and closer
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BRITAIN TO
FACE BOLTS
FROM BLUE
Ellie
makes
waves
Storms will blast last of the sun
THUNDERSTORMS were set
to bring an abrupt end to
the heatwave last night.
Torrential rain was predicted to
blast away the holiday scorcher
which hit 29C.
PAGE 3
★
beauty Ellie
soaks up the sun
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
★
where, but much less warm than
recent days.”
In Ullapool, in the north-west of Scotland, the sunny weather will sink without trace as lows of 7C are expected.
Rainstorms and thunderclouds could
spark a miserable week ahead.
In their future forecast, the Met
Office said: “Showers will be heavy
with a risk of hail and thunder, whilst
more organised spells of rain are most
likely to be across eastern and northeastern areas.”
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
RANK HOLIDAY
Picture: ANDREW LLOYD
at the seaside.
Topping up her
tan for her cheeky
photoshoots the
Hertfordshire
babe was all
smiles as she
played in the
sand.
She joined
thousands of
delighted
day-trippers who
crowded beauty
spots over the
bank holiday.
Forecasters warned that temperatures will plummet every day this
week. In the north, lows of 7C are
predicted.
Sun worshippers in the south-east
bask in 26C yesterday while the rain
pelted down in the north-west. And the
■ by RUTH McKEE
Met Office warned people to brace for a
cold snap.
A spokesman said yesterday: “We
could have thundery showers.
“In the west there is a band of rain
pushing in.
“It will be noticeably cooler across
parts of the west.”
The spokesman added: “It will be
cloudy in the north and west, with
outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain
later.
“It will be drier and brighter else-
COUNCIL workers have
■
begun an epic clean-up
of litter after the heatwave.
An estimated 50-tonne
mountain of plastic bottles,
food wrappers and drink
cans was dumped on
Brighton beach.
And there were similar
mounds of rubbish at
Bournemouth, left, and at a
Bath beauty spot, above.
■
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Ariana’s
album
teaser
Picture: SPLASH
A right Moss
PROVING Brits always stick together, Rita Ora
and Kate Moss were thick as thieves at the
Met Gala.
The Heavenly pair seemed to be the only ones letting
loose, Mossy a walking-talking instruction manual to
how white wine and cigarettes work.
Perhaps the duo over did it at the main event
because they clung on to one another as they
entered the after-party.
Earlier Mossy wore a “Make America Kate Again”
jacket for her first US visit in nearly a decade. Mission
accomplished!
DON’T let Ariana
Grande’s single fool you.
Her comeback track No
Tears Left To Cry gives
nothing away about the
sound of her forthcoming
LP Sweetener.
The Dangerous Woman
singer teased the lead
release sounds nothing
like the album, her first
since the Manchester
Arena gig atrocity.
She spilled: “Expect the
unexpected
“I feel everyone thinks
they know where it’s
going and maybe they
don’t.”
★
★
NEW SINGLE: Ariana
Talk of the tan
AS always there were some
stars who got it all wrong, and
Selena Gomez was one of
them.
Fans blasted the singer for
getting a bit carried away with
the spray tan.
One fan moaned: “Who let
Selena Gomez go to the
#MetGala with that awful spray
tan? And that make-up too?”
However, she says she was
trying to portray the Persian
Queen Esther.
She said: “I wanted it to
capture Queen Esther in the
Bible, I admire her strength.”
Selena added that, like ex
Justin Bieber, she’s
reconnected with her faith: “I’m
pretty sure my relationship is
in check with Jesus.”
K im ’n RiRi
go through
BRONZED: Gomez
HELL !
STARS’ MET AGONY
THE Met Gala theme may have
been Heavenly Bodies but the
night turned a little hellish for
Rihanna and Kim Kardashian.
RiRi was co-host of fashion’s biggest
night out and organised the official
after-party at New York’s Up & Down
nightclub.
SNUBBED: Rihanna
But it was her turbulent relationship
with ex Drake that overshadowed her
partying as he dramatically unfollowed her
on Instagram.
Feeling bitter after the Bajan beauty said
they “don’t have a friendship” any more,
Drake skipped the bash and deleted her
from his social media.
Things weren’t much better for Kim
either. After a evening of everyone asking
“where is Kanye?” the reality star ditched
Ball and
Chainz at
last for 2
■
ENGAGING:
2 Chainz and a
happy Kesha Ward
Picture: GETTY
FITTING with the Catholic theme of
the evening rapper 2 Chainz
pledged to make an honest woman
of his long-time girlfriend.
As they walked the carpet the
rapper dropped down to one knee
and asked Kesha Ward to marry
him, and she said: “Yes!”
The couple already have three
children Heaven, Harmony and Halo.
The proposal came as a surprise
to them both as 2 Chainz admitted it
was a last-minute decision, saying
he’d been planning it for “about 10
or 15 minutes”.
“It was very sporadic but she’s my
everything and she deserves it”, he
added.
her wedding ring for the after-parties. Kim
sent the Marmite rapper a clear message,
squeezing into a naughty bondage number,
she left the huge rock at the hotel and made
excuses for him on Twitter. She said: “Wish
you were here with meeeeee but you’re
only finishing up 5 albums.”
The rapper was spotted 750 miles away at
his remote Wyoming studio retreat.
Kim was one of the many stars – including Madonna and Katy Perry – to arrive
at Ri’s party before she made her grand entrance at 3am. She stayed for a mere hour
before sneaking out and back to her hotel.
She distracted her guests by ordering 200
burgers and having Jaden
Smith
perform. Rihanna woke up to find herself
criticised for wearing a dress that supposedly mocked the Pope. She must be wondering why she bothered!
Pope and glory: Centre pages
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JAMES CABOOTER’S
MET
GALA
SPECIAL
with SAM MAYERS
■
ON HER
OWN: Kim
Kardashian left
without husband
Kanye West
Miley’s
breast
intention
MILEY Cyrus bared
all for the poor animals.
The animal rights
activist teamed up with
Paris Jackson and
Stella McCartney to
promote sustainable
fashion.
And what better way
than flashing side-boob
and bum?
Miley explained: “For
me I want to bring a
message which is
veganism and there
doesn’t have to be
torture in fabulous
fashion.
“I’ve got my a** out!”
She’s still the same
old Miley, really.
Shawn’s
so cosy
Picture: TANG
SHAWN Mendes and Hailey
Baldwin confirmed their
relationship with their first
joint appearance at the Met.
Not only did they walk the
carpet together, but the pair
were spotted cosying up at
Rihanna’s afterparty.
Shawn said: “I’m a rookie,
this is really hard but she just
killed it. Look at this hair
matching, these eyes,
matching these lips!”
Virgin on
ridiculous
JARED Leto went full-on
Jesus at the Met gala.
The actor-turned-singer
adhered to the dress-code
and rocked up looking like
the son of God – if he wore
Gucci.
While James Corden wore
tuxedos, Jared sported
Virgin Mary blue suit with a
pink pussy bow shirt and
floral brocade. Now for
his next trick – turning
water into wine.
stubborn rappers Cardi B and Nicki Minaj
kissed and made up.
After weeks of calling each other out they
were spotted making peace and gossiping
on the red carpet.
Perhaps pregnant Cardi was congratulating Nicki,
who earlier announced details of her new album?
Nicki revealed her forthcoming LP Queen will
arrive on June 15, adding: “I’m dressed like a
queen every day, all day.”
★
★
Pictures: GETTY; BROADIMAGE
CELEBRITY-filled events can make or
★
break famous feuds.
And this year a miracle appeared to happen as
Madge’s
monk-y
business
Picture: BACKGRID
IF there’s one thing Madonna
likes more than fashion it’s
religion.
So the Material Girl went to
town on Heavenly Bodies:
Fashion And The Catholic
Imagination theme channelling
Mary Queen Of Scots in a regal
black Jean Paul Gaultier gown .
After dinner Madge emerged in
a monastic cloak to sing Like A
Prayer in Great Hall with dancing
monks.
Bow down to the Queen of Pop
disciples.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Kate canes
it on a bike
A WOMAN has cycled 8,000
miles covering the length
of South America on a bike
made from bamboo.
Kate Rawles, a lecturer
from Cumbria, completed
the trip on a bike she called
Woody which was made of
golden canes cut from
Cornwall’s Eden Project.
Hawking’s
service bid
A BALLOT for tickets to
the Westminster Abbey
memorial service for Prof
Stephen Hawking has
opened to the public.
The wheelchair-bound
theoretical physicist died
on March 14, aged 76.
His ashes will be buried
in the Abbey on June 15.
Holly legs
to Street
PRESENTER Holly Willoughby
★
keeps cool with a thigh-high split
in her dress.
The This Morning beauty thrilled
fans when she filmed outside ITV
studios in London with co-host Phillip
Schofield yesterday morning. But
Holly is feeling nervous about filming
a Coronation Street cameo.
She is to appear alongside Phillip
as part of Helen Flanagan’s exit
storyline for her character Rosie
Webster. Holly said: “I’m so nervous,
can I just say.”
Phillip added: “Literally in the last
commercial break our script has been
delivered... look at all your lines, there
are masses.”
★
Picture: WENN
MY AGONY
BY CROC
BITE BRIDE
Battle for life with 8ft beast
■ by OLIVER PRITCHARD
A BRIDE has told how a crocodile
leaped out of the water and bit off
her right arm.
Zanele Ndlovu was attacked on the Upper
Zambezi River in Zimbabwe on a canoe trip
with her husband-to-be.
She and Jamie Fox, 27, from Bromley, Kent,
have since married despite her injuries. Zanele,
25, said: “It jumped out of the water
and bit a chunk of my right arm
together with the side of the
canoe. The crocodile bit me
again and pulled me into
the water.
“Jamie swam over and
rained blows down on the
crocodile.” The eight-foot
beast has since been shot.
Jamie said: “I just want
her to get better and we can
plan our lives together.”
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
Bride Zanele and, left,
■ VICTIM:
her new husband Jamie
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Dawn NEESOM
Twitter: @DawnNeesom
dawn.neesom@dailystar.co.uk
How are there 11
sexual identities?
A huge
booty...
MEGHAN Sparkle
evidently owns £20,000
worth of shoes.
Yep, ordinary bird
keeping it real for the
Royal firm.
Teach
young
to graft
JUST when you think
the world can’t get any
madder a “think tank”
comes up with the idea
that every 25-year-old
in the UK should be
given £10k. And that’s
no matter how rich
they actually are.
Um, why? To stop the
millennial snowflakes
melting as they realise
that life isn’t always
about them?
This will be paid for
by older generations
who have worked hard
all their lives, are
probably still just
about making ends
meet and just got on
with it back in the day.
Part of the plan
involves pensioners
paying national
insurance for the first
time on their earnings.
Give me strength.
Most older folk who
continue to work do so
because they bloody
have to. Life isn’t a
sun-dappled Saga
advert, mostly it’s
damn tough.
With delicious timing,
a TV programme
showed a 16-year-old
who eats caviar for
breakfast and receives
£2k monthly allowance
check into a posh
hotel for a night rather
than sleep on a sofa.
The real
Yardies
A SHOCKING 11 gun,
knife and acid attacks
over the weekend left
one distraught mum
scrubbing her murdered
son’s blood off the
street herself.
Meanwhile it’s revealed
that Scotland Yard spent
£8m on flights including
£400,000 on luxury
first-class travel while
getting rid of a load of
coppers. Life’s getting
cheaper by the day.
NEW Channel 4 programme Genderquake features 11 people with different
gender and sexual identities.
Eleven?? How do you even get to
that many combinations? And why is
everyone born in the wrong body
these days?
Evidently you can self-identify as
anything you damn well want (sheep?)
although saying you’re just an
ordinary, heterosexual bloke who was
actually born that way and is happy to
stay that way is considered shocking
and offensive. Funnily enough, the
nicest person on the show is Tom who
doesn’t tick any PC boxes.
He’s just a working-class geezer who
thinks there are only two sexes.
Naturally everyone else in the house
– which is a basically Big Brother
re-imagined by Frankenstein – is more
than happy to offensively point out the
error of his ways.
The bottom line though is that Tom
is the only housemate not talking out
of his.
Met girls
beggar
belief
SO when is a religion not a religion
but an excuse to flash your boobs,
knickers and what you had for
breakfast if you go sans undies?
Jennifer Lopez wore outfits that used crucifixes
to act as sign posts to their sexual organs.
Quality, ladies, quality.
Evidently all of this was done to “create a
dialogue between fashion and masterworks of
When it’s the Met Gala ball in New York religious art”. Right. I can imagine that, once
and you’re a famous female with an eye on they saw the results, the only dialogue coming
the main headline.
out of Rome was an unholy “WTF”?
And the religion in question is, of course, a
But let’s just imagine for a second that the Met’s
Christian one.
organisers had picked a different religion for
In this case it’s Catholicism. OK, so not always their theme this year. Let’s have a think shall we,
as pure as the driven slush but still an important
maybe Islam possibly?
belief system to millions of worshippers.
Even our very own Piers Moron used his
But for the Met Gala it was an opportuGood Morning Britain platform to blast
SIMON
nity for attendees to expose their
the Met Ball saying, as a Catholic
Cowell has
heavenly bodies (see what they did
himself, he was upset. Aside from the
evidently spent
there) and push the boundaries of
fact that who knew Moron subscribed
£2k on a facelift.
taste in exchange for raising as much
to any religion aside from selfSadly it looks like
money as possible for good causes.
worship, he’s got a point.
he lifted it from
Which means we have wall-to-wall
The nativity, crucifixion and
Crimewatch.
photos of beautiful, strong, successPapal robes shouldn’t be reduced to a
ful women looking “interesting” in
frock-shock opportunity. Because,
outfits which cost hundreds of thouinevitably with fashion, that’s what
sands of dollars. Couldn’t they have just
happened. Kim Kardashian’s second outfit
donated their frock money to charity?
of the night was bondage gear. God knows what
Rihanna’s outfit was a real eye opener. The Ba- type of Sunday school she went to!
jan babe actually went as the Pope complete with
But there is positive news to come out of this
bejewelled Mitre hat. OK so it was a stripper’s flashing parade.
version of what the real Pontiff actually wears
For once the good and the great of Hollywood
and the girl looked pretty damn hot, but really?
were so self-absorbed in tying themselves in
And then there was Sarah Jessica Parker, who knots with their own Rosaries they forgot to bash
thought turning the birth of baby Jesus into a us all over the head the #metoo preaching.
hat was a hoot. Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian and
And hallelujah to that!
Can’t Trump this
MELANIA Trump has started
a campaign urging everyone
to use social media with
“compassion and respect”.
Pity her “my rocket’s bigger
than yours” idiot husband
doesn’t take notice.
But then big rocket always
equals small penis. Sorry, I
meant brain!
FERGIE’S NEW FANS
GOOD to hear Sir Alex Ferguson is on
the mend and sitting up in bed talking.
Also slightly hilarious to hear so many
people who have made a career out of
loathing him falling over themselves to
say nice things.
And now delighted to hear that Man U
are vowing to lift the FA Cup for him.
I mean, perish the thought, they’d
actually want to do that for the people
who pay their wages.
You know, the fans.
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and this kind of Bernard Manning-esque
humour should have been confined to that
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post about its tipple over
sub-par beer.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
KIM: Giant leap for mankind
A SPIDER called Kim has
been trained to jump on
demand.
Scientists believe
learning the secrets of her
ability could help them
design agile mini-robots
currently beyond human
technology.
Kim is a “regal jumping
spider”, which can leap up
to six times their body
length from a standing
start. In comparison, the
best a human can achieve
is about 1.5 body lengths.
Dr Mostafa Nabawy, from
Manchester University,
said: “This is amazing and
if we can understand these
biomechanics we can apply
them to other areas of
research.”
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BALDNESS could be beaten
by an experimental drug
designed to treat brittle
bones, say researchers at
Manchester University.
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ACID ATTACKWomanMANIAC
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screaming in
horror on bus
■ by OLIVER PRITCHARD
AN acid attack victim stripped
off and ran down a city street
screaming in agony during a
daylight horror incident.
RAP GANG VICTIM
A KILLED teen was in
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a rap group plugged
by DJ Tim Westwood.
Rhyhiem Barton, 17, was
the 62nd victim to be killed
in London this year.
The wannabe rapper
was part of the
Moscow 17 drill rap gang,
which is in a feud with
■
rivals Zone2 based.
Rhyhiem, performing as
GB, appeared with
Westwood on his YouTube
channel last April.
He was shot dead in
Southwark, south
London. Tim’s spokesman
said he promoted “rap
groups, not gangs”.
■
The unnamed woman was on a bus
when she was “targeted” early yesterday afternoon.
Her suspected attacker, believed to be a
man, fled the scene in Brixton, south London, and was still being hunted by police
last night.
Mobile phone footage showed the woman,
in her 20s, sitting on a pavement before the
fire brigade hosed her down with water.
She was taken to hospital where her injuries were described as not “life changing”.
Witness Becky Reid tweeted: “Feel physically sick after walking past a poor innocent person getting hosed down by
firefighters.
“So scary that this can happen on our
doorstep. Hope they are okay.” A nearby
shopowner said: “A woman ran off the bus
POLICE GUARD: At the scene yesterday
screaming ‘acid attack’ and ran into the
shop. She grabbed a bottle of water out of
the fridge and poured it on her face.”
A Met Police spokesman said: “She has
no major burns.
“This incident appears to be targeted and
not a random attack.”
AN acid-wielding thug who severely
burned two men in a parked car for
“no apparent reason” was yesterday jailed
for 10 years at Snaresbrook Crown Court.
Rahad Hussain, 24, threw concentrated
sulphuric acid at Mohammed Ahmed, 24,
and Mohammad Hussain, 25.
The two men were sitting in Mr Ahmed’s
car in Bethnal Green, east London.
Judge Simon Mayo QC said: “This was a
terrible and unprovoked attack.”
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VICIOUS: Belgian malinois
‘Terror
dogs’
take on
jihadis
BRITAIN’S first unit of
terrorist-hunting attack
dogs are set to be
unleashed by cops.
Police are secretly
nurturing a team of
“conflict management”
canines taught to bite on
sight.
The animals will be
deployed to bring down
marauding terrorists.
It is in response to last
year’s spate of van, gun
and knife attacks.
Scotland Yard has spent
more than £1million
rearing two Belgian
malinois to stop extremists
in their tracks using a “less
lethal force” than bullets.
Smaller than German
shepherds, the dogs can be
parachuted out of
helicopters with their
handlers.
Met Specialist Firearm
Command bosses want
every counter-terrorism
command in the country to
have the elite animals.
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Commissioner Matt Twist
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overbearing mum.
Paulina Gancarz, 34, was
more than five times the
limit when she was found
slumped at her car wheel.
The mum of one was arrested and bailed to attend court
two weeks later.
But on the day of the hearing she was caught again
after crashing into a bollard
near her £300,000 apartment.
A breath test showed she
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was more than three times
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At Stockport Magistrates’
Court Gancarz, of Wilmslow,
Cheshire, admitted drinkdriving and failing to provide
a specimen of breath.
She was given a three-year
driving ban and fined £170.
But she was spared jail after
telling the court of her ordeal
at the hands of her “traditional” Polish mother.
She disapproved of Gancarz’s divorce, which cost her
£65,000 in legal fees. Gancarz
was left to raise her sevenyear-old daughter alone, and
lost her accountancy firm.
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She claimed her mother had
been “putting pressure” on
her, and to get away from the
hassle she decided to sleep
overnight in a layby with a
bottle of wine.
She said she did not know
being drunk at the wheel of a
parked car was an offence.
Gancarz gave a breath test
reading of 182mcg of alcohol
in 100ml of breath – the legal
limit being 35mcg.
Tina Cunnane, prosecuting,
said officers asked her to go
to the police station for another test, but she refused
and was charged with failing
to provide a specimen.
When she was busted again
two weeks later she blew
109mcg in 100ml of breath.
The court heard that Gancarz
was on medication for depression and anxiety after a “difficult divorce” two years
earlier.
She had a “difficult relationship” with her mum, who was
“not happy with her situation”. Karen Rolls, defending,
said Gancarz was “extremely remorseful” and had
joined Alcoholics Anonymous.
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■ by ANTONY THROWER
A BOY survived being
hit on the head by a
cricket ball in an accident that doctors say
could have killed him.
Harry Butt, five, was floored
by a shot from a batsman 60
yards away that flew through
a gap between 25ft conifer
trees and wire fencing.
The youngster had been with
his mum Michelle on the driveway of a pal’s house when he
suddenly fell to the ground.
Harry was left with severe
concussion, two black eyes and a
Harry survives cricket ball horror
swollen nose. After taking the
youngster to hospital, his mum
said she was told her son was
lucky to be alive.
Michelle said: “We were stood
on my friend’s driveway, which
is directly next to the school field
saying our goodbyes when this
ball literally came out of
nowhere from over the fence.
“It sounded like a bomb had
gone off and Harry was left
sprawled on the floor.
“I looked down at him and he
had a blank expression on his
face. We were all hysterical. It
was such a shock. Something
took over and I scooped him up
but he was so dazed.”
She added: “The trauma doctor
told us if the ball had hit him
anywhere else on the head he
would have died. He was literally
millimetres from death.”
Residents have previously
complained about wayward balls
hitting their houses and cars
from Poole Grammar School,
Dorset.
But Michelle said the school
told her they cannot build extra
safety netting due to health
and safety reasons, as the site is
too windy.
Headteacher Andy Baker said:
“It was a very unfortunate accident.
“We very much regret the
injury to the little lad and the
stress caused to his family.
“It was a one-off hit by a
tail-ender who just connected
with the ball very well and it
went out of the grounds.”
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WERE THE MET GALA CELEBS HE
Ariana
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NAILING
the theme on
her first Met Ball, the
pop star’s stunning
strapless gown was
splashed with a likeness
of Michelangelo’s Last
Judgment, a fresco on
the Vatican’s Sistine
Chapel’s altar
wall.
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Pope and
✔
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Rihanna
WHEN the theme is Catholicism,
only RiRi could come as the
Pope. The biggest statement of
the night caused a stir for all the
wrong reasons.
Sarah
Jessica
Parker
✗
WEARING a nativity scene on
a
your head, puffed sleeves and
cathedral train is screaming
look-at-me for all the wrong
reasons. Desperate.
Cara
Delevingne
BIG night
Cara? Why is the
quirky model trying
to hide her famous
face? This boxy lattice
gown and headdress
covers everything
heavenly about our
Brit babe.
✔
Nicki Minaj
THIS devilish sequined Oscar de
la Renta frock with long lace train
cements the chart-topper as the
queen of rap.
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EAVENLY OR DID THEY FALL FROM GRACE?
Rita
✗ Ora
✗
SHE looks
anything but Hot
Right Now in this
frumpy Prada frock.
The long gloves, the
odd bag and layers of
lace make her look
older than her 27
years.
✔ Jennifer Lopez
id
d glory!
model
S barely-there
wn made from
ate lace is held
her by just two
Despite daring to
no underwear,
mehow it still
oks elegant.
Blake Lively
THIS beautiful, embellished gown
took more than 600 hours to
create and was custom made by
Atelier Versace. Even the
headpiece sparkles.
★
IT was a glamorous night of eye-popping
frocks and outrageous shocks at New
York’s Met Gala.
The controversial theme of the showbiz
fashion event of the year was Heavenly Bodies:
Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.
And with tickets costing $30,000 a pop it
was a chance for celebrities to cement
their place on the A-list red carpet. Held at the
★
✔
✔
Princess
Beatrice
✗ Kim Kardashian
SHE could’ve
added a touch of
royal glamour to this
otherwise bonkers
event. Sadly she
ended up resembling
a giant Quality
Street choc.
Emily
Ratajkowski
OSCAR-winner
she may be, but the
only thing that would
have swamped her
more than this weird
aqua cape would
be the Three
Billboards.
with
SUBTLY referencing the theme
cross,
opulent gold and a red and blue
enough
this Balmain gown flashes just
y.
flesh to stay class
w,
Zoe
✔Kravitz
Frances
McDormand
FOR once reality TV’s golden girl
manages to merge tasteful style
and sexy in one outfit. The
beaded crosses and necklace
reference religion perfectly.
✗
POSING and pouting in the only
way
she knows how, the bra-less mode
still manages to make this scrap l
of
gold material look cheap.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, organisers came
under fire for the risky topic, which has been
described as a bid “to create a dialogue
between fashion and the masterworks of
religious art”.
But while many went all out – others fell
flat. Here JENNIFER DUNKERLEY
brings you the hits and misses from fashion’s
biggest night out...
★
✔
Katy
Perry
IT’S extravagant, opulent
and ensures all eyes are
on her. Her sexy boots add
a touch of glamour, but at
least it doesn’t offend
anyone. Winner.
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
EUROVISION
SPECIAL
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survive against the odds. (S)
9.00 Britain’s Fat Fight
9.00 Love In The Countryside
With Hugh FearnleyIn the second episode, dairy
Whittingstall Hugh turns his
farmers Pete and Ed each invite
attention to junk food marketing
three possible suitors to join them
techniques and heads to a
on their farms. The women are
Conservative Party Conference,
thrown straight into farm life
where he has been invited to
and have to compete for the
speak. Last in the series. (AD) (W)
attention of their date. (AD) (W)
9.00 Who Wants To Be A
9.00 One Born Every Minute
Millionaire? As the special
Lauren and Rachel, who already
week-long revival of the quiz show
have a daughter together
– which is celebrating its 20th
conceived by a donor and
anniversary this year – continues,
carried by Lauren, arrive in
Jeremy Clarkson puts six more
the maternity ward awaiting
contestants through their paces in
the birth of their second child
a bid to win £1,000,000. (W) (S)
together. Last in the series. (AD)
9.00 Rich House, Poor House
Among the UK’s wealthiest ten
per cent, the Scaife-Lacy family
from Beverley in East Yorkshire
swap homes, budgets and lives
with the Flinthams, who live just
six miles away in Hull and are in
the country’s poorest ten per cent.
10.00BBC News At Ten
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (W)
10.00ITV News, Weather
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (W)
10.30Regional News (W) (S)
10.45Joshua V Klitschko:
Return To Wembley
Anthony Joshua and Wladimir
Klitschko meet for the first
time since their memorable
heavyweight fight in 2017. (S)
11.30Ambulance Specialist
trauma team Matt and Ian attend
a stabbing and a machete attack,
a domestic abuse victim takes an
overdose and a team is called
out to a baby who has stopped
breathing. (R) (W) Followed by
Weather For The Week Ahead.
midnight 12.35-6.00 BBC News Round-up of
the latest national and international
headlines, including weather forecast
updates and sport results. (W) (S)
10.00Detectorists Lance is
persuaded to try hypnotherapy
for an awkward affliction and old
enemies are sniffing around. (R)
10.30Newsnight
Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Evan Davis. (W) (S)
Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
11.15Syria: The World’s War
Lyse Doucet presents the first of
a two-part documentary revealing
how a peaceful uprising about
unemployment, corruption and
a lack of political freedom under
President Bashar has turned into
a full-scale civil war. (R) (W) (S)
12.15 Syria: The World’s War (R)
(W) (S) 1.15 Sign Zone: Stephen:
The Murder That Changed A Nation
(AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S) 2.15 Sign
Zone: Pilgrimage: The Road To
Santiago (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S) 3.156.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
10.30Regional News (W) (S)
10.45Sunday Night At The
Palladium Jimmy Carr hosts
the variety show, featuring the
cast of Beautiful: The Carole King
Musical, as well as singer Markus
Feehily and one-time Strictly
dancers Vincent Simone and
Flavia Cacace. (R) (W) (S)
8.00 GPs: Behind Closed
Doors A musician is worried
about his hearing due to ongoing
ear-nose-and-throat issues, while
another patient thinks her new
medication is to blame for her
chest pains. (AD) (S) Followed by
5 News Update. Latest headlines.
10.00First Dates Voiceover artist 10.00Tortured By Mum And
Nick, who’s 62, is set up on a date
Dad? – The Turpin 13
with 52-year-old golfer Laura
This documentary investigates
while telecoms analyst Ketan,
the shocking story of David
who has high-functioning autism
and Louise Turpin, who kept
and has been reluctant to reveal it
their 13 children imprisoned
to any potential partner, goes on
in their own home until they
a date with Brodie. (AD) (S)
were found in January 2018. (S)
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Twenty-one-year-old Dom from
Camera A gang of armed
Hampshire has been nominated
robbers are caught terrorising
for the show by his mum, in a
shop staff on CCTV. Meanwhile,
desperate attempt to break his
a dash-cam captures the
dismal dating record, while a
moment a drug dealer opens
22-year-old pansexual woman is
fire on police officers. (R) (S)
open to dating any gender. (R) (S)
11.45British Touring Car
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Steve Rider presents action from
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9.40 According To Jim Comedy.
10.05 8 Simple Rules Paul puts
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children a Christmas to remember. (S)
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with her domineering mother.
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5.00 8 Simple Rules Paul allows
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7.00 On Benefits: Living The
High Life Catching up with people
featured in earlier editions, including
a former Big Brother contestant.
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left unfinished and shoddy work.
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investigate a series of arson attacks.
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minutes before his wedding. (S)
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murder seems to be connected to an
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(1953) (U) Western. 7.00 The Seeker:
The Dark Is Rising (2007) (12)
Fantasy adventure. 9.00 A Walk In The
Woods (2015) (15) Fact-based drama.
11.05 AVP: Alien Vs Predator (2004)
(15) Sci-fi thriller. 12.55am Q&A (1990)
(18) Police thriller, starring Nick Nolte.
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans
Bitesize 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans
10.00 Premier League Daily 11.00 Live
ATP Masters Tennis. The Mutua Madrid
Open 3.00pm Live Indian Premier
League. Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai
Indians 7.30 Live Premier League.
Chelsea v Huddersfield Town (Kick-off
7.45pm). 10.30 Nissan Match Choice
10.30 Premier League Highlights
1.00 Sky Sports News. Football news.
CBS ACTION
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Diagnosis
Murder 11.00 Gunsmoke 1.00pm
Bonanza 2.00 Mission: Impossible 3.05
NCIS 5.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 6.00
Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas
Ranger 9.00 NCIS. Crime drama. 11.00
Scorpion Midnight NCIS 1.50 NCIS:
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Walker, Texas Ranger 4.30 NCIS
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy
10.00 Bondi Rescue 11.00 Celebrity
Damage Control Noon Unsolved
Mysteries 1.00 Judge Judy 3.00
Bondi Rescue 4.00 Celebrity Damage
Control 5.00 Judge Judy 7.00 Dog
Patrol 8.00 Medical Detectives 9.00
Snapped: Killer Couples 10.00 Trace
Of Evil 11.00 It Takes A Killer Midnight
Forensic Investigators 1.00 Snapped:
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Teleshopping 4.00 Cheaters 4.45 Cops
5.35 Urban Legends. With Mark Dolan.
ITV2
6.00am The Planet’s Funniest Animals
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records 7.10 Who’s Doing The Dishes?
7.55 Emmerdale 8.25 The Cube 9.25
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 10.20 The
Bachelorette 12.15pm
Emmerdale
12.45 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 1.45
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2.35 The
Jeremy Kyle Show 6.00 You’ve Been
Framed! Gold 8.00 Two And A Half Men
8.30 Superstore 9.00 Film: Hercules
(2014) (12) 10.00 FYI Daily 10.05 Film:
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12.30am American Dad! 1.25 Two And
A Half Men 1.55 Superstore
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Heartbeat 7.55 The Royal 8.55 Judge
Judy 10.20 A Touch Of Frost 12.30pm
The Royal 1.35 Heartbeat 2.40 Classic
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4.50 You’re Only Young Twice 5.20
George And Mildred 5.55 Heartbeat
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Christie’s Poirot 10.00 The Street
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ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30 Teleshopping
ITV4
SPORT
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World’s Most Dangerous Roads 4.00
Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge
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101 10.40 Live At The Apollo 11.40 QI
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XL 3.00 The Last Man On Earth
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7.00am Failure To Launch (2006)
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8.45 Non-Transferable (2017) (15)
Starring Ashley Clements. 10.15 Look
Who’s Talking Now (1993) (PG) With
John Travolta. Noon The Ugly Truth
(2009) (15) Starring Katherine Heigl.
1.45 Here Comes The Boom (2012)
(12) Starring Kevin James. 3.40
Groundhog Day (1993) (PG) With Bill
Murray. 5.30 Clue (1985) (PG) With Tim
Curry. 7.15 The Ugly Truth (2009) (15)
With Katherine Heigl. 9.00 Pineapple
Express (2008) (15) With Seth Rogen.
11.00 T2: Trainspotting (2017) (18)
Starring Ewan McGregor. 1.05am The
Escorts (2016) (15) With Jason Biggs.
2.45 Balls Of Fury (2007) (12) Starring
Dan Fogler. 4.25 Licence To Drive
(1988) (PG) Starring Corey Haim.
4.30 Pete’s Dragon (2016) (PG)
Adventure. 6.20 Captain Underpants:
The First Epic Movie (2017) (U)
Cartoon adventure. 8.00 Jumanji
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11.25 Pete’s Dragon (2016) (PG)
Adventure, with Bryce Dallas Howard.
1.20am Mighty Morphin Power
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Prancer (1989) (PG) Family drama,
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Dave
Finest Hour 7.40 Newlands History
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Of Sky Cricket 3.00 Live Indian Premier
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Commentators On Tour 2.00 Cricket’s
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4.00 Cricket’s Greatest Games 5.00
Sky Cricket Commentators On Tour
Sky Sports Premier League Sky Sports Action
6.00am Premier League Legends 7.00
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League Legends 8.00 The Debate
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Premier League Daily 11.00 The Debate
12.00noon Premier League Review 1.00
Premier League Highlights 1.30 Premier
League 100 Club 2.00 PL Best Goals
95/96 3.00 Premier League Years 5.00
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World 7.30 Live Premier League. Chelsea
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Sporting Records 2.00 NFL – Greatest
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4.00 Bass Fishing 5.00 WWE Main
Event 6.00 WWE Experience 7.00 Fast
Zone 7.30 The Offload. A round-up of the
latest rugby union matches. 8.00 Sports
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Try Time 10.00 Motorsport Mundial.
Motor sport news. 10.30 Top 14
Round-Up Show 11.00 WWE Late Night
Smackdown 1.00am Watersports World
2.00 Top 14 Round-Up Show 2.30
NFL – Greatest Games 4.00 Sporting
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India’s Amazing Run Chase 7.20 Ireland’s Mundial 5.30 Top 14 Round-Up Show
Sky Sports Cricket
BT Sport 1
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Rugby Highlights 9.00 WSL: Liverpool
V Man City 10.30 Serie A Show 11.00
MotoGP Rewind 11.15 BT Sport Goals
Reload 11.30 Aviva Premiership Rugby
Highlights 2.00pm Premier League
Tonight 2.15 Bundesliga Highlights Show
3.15 Hearts V Celtic 4.45 Ladbrokes
Championship 6.15 Ladbrokes SPFL
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Extra 7.15 Live Hearts V Hibernian. Hearts
v Hibernian (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 Alan
Stubbs, In Conversation 10.30 Premier
League World 11.00 Serie A Show 11.30
ESPN Films: The Dotted Line 12.30am
NBA High Tops: Plays Of The Month 1.00
NBA Playoffs 3.30 Game Of The Week
4.00 Bundesliga Highlights Show
Eurosport 1
7.30am European Rally Championship
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Superbikes 11.00 Cycling: Giro D’Italia
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4.45 Cycling: Four Days Of Dunkirk 5.15
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8.30 Cycling: Four Days Of Dunkirk 9.30
Cycling: Giro D’Italia. Stage five from
Agrigento to Santa Ninfa. 11.00 Athletics:
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Best Pairs Cup 1.00 Eurosport News
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Show With Nick Grimshaw. 10.00 Clara Amfo. 12.45 Newsbeat.
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Mills. 4.00 Greg James. 5.45 Newsbeat. 6.00 Greg James. 7.00
Dan From Bastille And Grimmy: Dan Smith from Bastille and
Grimmy team-up to takeover Annie Mac’s show! 9.00 The 8th
With Charlie Sloth. 11.00 Huw Stephens. 1.00 Benji B. 3.00
Radio 1 Comedy – Niki And Sammy’s Peachy Podcast: Light
hearted observations of conspiracies, dogs, peanut butter and
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Roberts. Radio 2 (FM: 88-90.2 MHz) 5.00 Vanessa Feltz:
Including Pause for Thought at 5.45. 6.30 Chris Evans:
Including at 9.15 Pause for Thought. 9.30 Ken Bruce: Including
Mans Zelmerlow and SuRie’s third Tracks of My Years. 12.00
Jeremy Vine. 2.00 Steve Wright In The Afternoon. 5.00 Amol
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Knowing the Score. 7.00 The Folk Show With Mark Radcliffe.
8.00 Ana Matronic: Scissor Sisters singer Ana Matronic sits in
for Jo Whiley. 10.00 Kylie Minogue From A To Z: The singer
considers the Parlophone Records label and her love of touring
and performing live. Last in the series. 11.00 Old Grey Whistle
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Morning Reports. 5.15 Wake Up To Money. 6.00 5 Live
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and sport. 7.00 5 Live Sport: Mark Chapman presents
coverage of the night’s Premier League football, plus the day’s
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fixtures. 10.30 Phil Williams: Live news and sport. 1.00-5.00 Up
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Christian O’Connell’s Breakfast Show. 10.00 Leona Graham:
Rock and pop from the 1960s to the present day. 1.00 Andy
Bush. 4.00 Dave Berry. 7.00 Danielle Perry. 10.00 Pete
Donaldson. 1.00-6.00 Chris Martin: Music through the night.
6.00am The Chase 6.50 Pawn Stars
7.35 Ironside 8.35 Quincy ME 9.35
Minder. Comedy drama. 10.40 The
Saint 11.45 The Avengers 12.55pm
The Protectors 1.30 ITV Racing Live
From Chester 4.00 The Saint 5.00 The
Avengers 6.05 Cash Cowboys 7.05
Pawn Stars 8.00 British Superbike
Championship Highlights 9.00 The
Motorbike Show 10.00 Film: RoboCop 3
(1993) (18) 11.00 FYI Daily 11.05 Film:
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Americans 1.10 Lethal Weapon 2.05
Bear Grylls: Mission Survive 2.55 ITV4
Nightscreen 3.00 Teleshopping
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6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Couples Come
Dine With Me 8.00 How I Met Your
Mother 9.00 New Girl 10.00 2 Broke
Girls 11.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Noon
The Goldbergs 1.00 The Big Bang
Theory 2.00 How I Met Your Mother
3.00 New Girl 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
5.00 The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big Bang
Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Black-ish
8.00 The Goldbergs 8.30 The Big Bang
Theory 9.00 The 100 10.00 Timeless
11.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.55 First
Dates 1.00am Tattoo Fixers 2.05 The
100 2.45 Timeless 3.30 The Goldbergs
4.40 Couples Come Dine With Me
More4
8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place
In The Sun: Winter Sun 11.35 Four In A
Bed 2.10pm Come Dine With Me 4.50
A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 5.55 A
New Life In The Sun 6.55 The Secret
Life Of The Zoo 7.55 Grand Designs
9.00 Building The Dream 10.05 24
Hours In A&E 11.05 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Does Countdown 12.10am Ramsay’s
Kitchen Nightmares USA 1.10 24 Hours
In A&E 2.10 Building The Dream 3.15 8
Out Of 10 Cats. Hosted by Jimmy Carr.
GOLD
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8.05 Goodnight Sweetheart 8.40 The
Green Green Grass 9.20 Last Of The
Summer Wine 11.20 You Rang, M’Lord?
12.20pm Are You Being Served? 1.00
Hi-de-Hi! 1.40 Porridge 2.20 The Green
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Wine 5.00 Are You Being Served? 5.40
You Rang, M’Lord? 6.40 Dad’s Army
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Porridge 9.20 Citizen Khan 10.00
Morgana Robinson’s The Agency 10.40
Come Fly With Me 11.20 Jack Dee
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JUST JANE
Haunted by my
girl’s racy past
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Beasts
ruined
big day
He can’t
accept
I’m gay
MY mates were so
badly behaved at my
wedding I don’t know
if I can ever speak to
any of them again.
From getting drunk
and taking drugs to
shagging in the toilets,
all 12 of them were a
nightmare.
My best mate’s
boyfriend smashed up
their hotel bedroom
resulting in a £900 bill
(which he’s still not
paid me for) and his
brother broke the DJ’s
equipment.
My family (who
certainly aren’t a
stuffy bunch) said it
was the worst wedding
they’d ever been to.
If there’s such a
thing as a “guestzilla”
then I had a dozen of
them at my nuptials
and my new husband
is still blaming me for
inviting them.
WHEN I told my father I was
gay he laughed in my face
and said I simply hadn’t
met the right man yet.
He dismissed the idea
that I am deeply in love
with my girlfriend and said
that he knew a bloke at
work who would be just
right for me.
He felt sure that a couple
of nights with Dave from
the warehouse would cure
me of any lesbian
tendencies.
I told him that he was
being insensitive and plain
cruel.
Even my mother, who is
the most strait-laced
woman in the world, was on
my side in condemning him
as wrong.
Now he and I are
estranged. How can we
ever possibly see eye to
eye again?
Meanwhile, my girlfriend’s
family have welcomed me
with open arms and I
wonder if I should simply
throw my lot in with them
and forget about my dad.
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: This is a
new chapter in your life.
Getting married has
changed your status and
your future.
If your old friends are
too immature to know
how to behave and if
they couldn’t show you a
single ounce of respect,
then I suggest you dump
the lot of them.
They sound childish
and quite nasty to me.
Was it a case of them
deliberately playing up
because the booze was
free? Were they jealous
of you? Or are they
simply a bunch of
morons who never know
how to behave in any
given situation?
Apologise to your
family and your new
husband for subjecting
them to that rabble and
erase their contact
details from your phone.
Has any one of them
even offered an apology?
Do they even realise
they nearly ruined your
big day? Perhaps all of
this dirty dozen need to
be named and shamed?
IT’S TOO
SLEAZY
FOR ME
I CAN’T get past the
fact that my girlfriend is
used goods.
Before settling down with me
she had a terrible reputation
as a tart.
I didn’t know this because I only
moved to this part of the country
in 2014. Now we’re a normal-looking couple, but I’m well aware
there are people out there who
still view her as a goodtime girl.
I’m told that from the age of 16
she was wild. She was the local
joke. From sex parties and orgies
to three or four guys a night, she
was outrageous.
I was shocked when I first heard
this stuff. A guy I used to work
with told me everything.
Now she tries to justify her
crazy behaviour by telling me
that she had a tough start in life.
Mocked
Her parents were useless and
her home was chaotic and unpleasant. For a while she was in
and out of care.
At 16 she thought she could impress folk by being shocking, but
the opposite happened and she
ended up used and mocked – with
her reputation in shreds.
Apparently it was only with the
help of a local support group that
she finally turned her life around
and got a job. By the time she met
me she was no different to any
other female in society.
But my folks would hit the roof
if they knew the woman I’m sleeping with has that kind of history.
They’re very upright and judgemental and, if I’m honest, a bit of
that has rubbed off on me too.
Sometimes she begs me to make
SHOCKED: His girl used to have three or four guys a night and he can’t forget she’s so tainted
love to her and all I can think
about are all the other fellas –
some of whom are still around –
who went there before me.
Often she cries when I get mad
and reject her. She says she’s trying her best and simply wants to
be loved. How do I get her past out
of my brain?
I don’t want to throw her past
back in her face, but I find it so
hard to keep a civil tongue in my
head when she’s so tainted.
JANE SAYS: I can’t help thinking
you’re more of a hindrance than a
help. For years your poor girl-
friend endured a living hell. Her
home life was horrible and her
personal choices were desperate
and very poor.
Now she’s with you and you
finally know her whole story – but
you’re still not giving her a break.
She’s trying her hardest to be
the best she can be. She can’t turn
the clock back or change anything, but still you’re judging her.
Get off your high horse and look
at the facts. She was a vulnerable,
lonely girl who was feeling neglected by a chaotic family.
In her own clumsy way she was
looking for love and attention.
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Since then she’s obviously made
every effort to move on and turn
her life around.
She isn’t allowing the past to
define or destroy her. If you really
can’t forgive and get past her
story then walk away now.
You can’t spend any more time
disapproving, because that’s exhausting and just not fair.
Why don’t you count your blessings and rejoice in the fact that
you haven’t had a fraction of the
misery she’s endured?
As for your po-faced parents, are
they both living saints too? I very
much doubt it.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: Don’t give up
on your father.
Maybe he did react
inappropriately and cruelly
the day you plucked up the
courage to tell him that
you’re gay.
But he could be deeply
regretting that reaction
now.
Why don’t you extend the
hand of friendship? Pop
round and see him and ask
him if he fancies a walk and
a chat.
He needs to understand
that you’re still his
daughter and that you don’t
want your sexuality to
come between you.
Tell him that you’re happy
to give him all the time he
needs, but you would like
him to meet your partner
one day.
Point out how happy and
secure you are.
Not everyone experiences
love in their lives and you
consider yourself blessed.
Life is short and it would
be a tragedy if you and he
were estranged for ever.
Furious over
a token gift
FOR my daughter’s 21st birthday my oldest friend (her
godmother) gave her a £20 book token. I’m furious.
I had told my daughter that she’d be good for a least £500
in cash and my daughter had based her summer holiday
around that. My husband and I were forced to make up the
difference. My friend has always been so generous in the
past. What should I say to her now?
JANE SAYS: How good has your daughter been with the
“thank you” notes or cards to her godmother on her own
birthday? Sadly, if your girl hasn’t been grateful, then maybe your friend has decided that enough is enough.
If you complain then your daughter may not receive anything ever again. Is it time for a major charm offensive? Why
doesn’t your girl take her out for a cup of tea?
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
I’M NOT STRONG
ENOUGH
DAY 3
You are
so sexy Ella
1
DON’T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
2
March 21 to
April 20
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
JOINT finances are tight. This isn’t a good time
to run up big bills. Focus on paying down debt
instead. If money isn’t coming in as fast as you’d like, think
about downsizing. Having a heart-to-heart with your business or romantic partner will bring relief.
IT feels like a loved one is taking advantage
of you. Instead of grinning and bearing it,
stand in your own defence. You deserve to be treated
with the courtesy you give others. When that’s not
forthcoming, it’s time to reconsider the relationship.
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
GEMINI
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May 22 to
June 22
CANCER
789 3802**
June 23 to
July 23
IT’S time to think about having a more sensible diet. If you’ve fallen into the habit of eating out, set time aside to prepare nutritious meals.
Taking a healthy lunch to work will not only improve
your health, but it will save lots of money.
IT’S tempting to sideline responsibilities for the
sake of love. Instead of turning your back on
those who depend on you, work all the harder to meet their
needs. You can always go back to having fun later when
your schedule is clear.
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
LEO
Come on
Lucas, I need
you now
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July 24 to
August 23
VIRGO
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August 24 to
September 23
STOP putting off domestic jobs. Fixing appliances, repairing broken furniture and replacing
outmoded equipment are crucial to your productivity. Neglecting a small problem will cause it to get bigger. Do yourself a favour and call in a professional now.
PUT preconceived notions aside. By adopting an open-minded attitude, you’ll attract
educational opportunities. Learning from someone
much older or younger is possible. You might also gain
skills from someone you used to underestimate.
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789 3806**
Ella is
fantastic, I
could never
give her up
Mmm...
3
Later Lucas gets ready to leave
Christ, look
at the time! I’m
gonna have to
come up with
some huge lie
Don’t worry
Lucas, I’ll be here
for you if Jade
chucks you out
4
Back at home Jade is concerned
Lucas! I’ve
been so worried,
are you all right?
Yeah, I feel a
bit better now
CONTINUES TOMORROW
WEDS
33
LIBRA
September 24
to October 23
NOT a good time to splash out on luxuries.
A big expense is looming and you must be
ready to meet it. Don’t let your love of extravagance
undermine your fiscal stability. If you’ve been struggling to pay the bills, find a more lucrative job.
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SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23 to
Dec 21
SCORPIO
October 24 to
November 22
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WEIGHTY ISSUE:
Ross Edgley shows
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GETTING SHOTS: You
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Ross says:
There’s no harm
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Dinner: Chicken,
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mixed vegetables.
Ross says: Lean protein,
but the sort of meal that
will leave you feeling full.
Drinks: Water and
green tea.
Ross says: Studies
EXCUSES, EXCUSES:
More than eight out of 10
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excuse not to go to the
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week, according to new
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A third of us will say:
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EYES DOWN: People
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from the
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Difficulty: 6/10 Target Time: 20 minutes
Clue: 2,000 in sculptor’s material is moist.
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7Torn vein suffered by
designer (8)
8Might have old sauce (4)
9Credit Spain with
revolutionary childcare (6)
10Friendly information one
gives a student (6)
11Aide’s unusual
impression (4)
12Satellite captures a
vehicle – that’s sweet (8)
14Gear gets terribly hot in
hold (8)
18Pals somehow reach
heights (4)
20Fear is on the loud side
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22Like pickle (6)
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power supplier (6)
13New pram, real light at the
back (4,4)
15Darrel ran to the store (6)
16Unharmed during
diplomacy (6)
17Band led rig astray (6)
19A steep change in old
money (6)
21Break a leg in a storm (4)
QUICK CLUES
Across
7Creator (8)
8Irish county (4)
9Day nursery (6)
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Hornet, 4 Resume, 7 Nick, 8 Ambition, 9 Reptile, 12 Rip,
14 Overdo, 15 Odious, 16 Nut, 18 Emperor, 22 Astonish, 23 Snug, 24 Street,
25 Career.
DOWN: 1 Honeymoon, 2 Recurrent, 3 Toast, 4 Rebel, 5 Site, 6 Maori, 10 Padre,
11 Elder, 12 Rio Grande, 13 Passenger, 17 Upset, 19 Moist, 20 Ethic, 21 Love.
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2Dreamer chanting about
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3Master new way to flow
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4Pitiable soldier in cart
crash (6)
5Mean to change the last
word (4)
6Don may turn out to be
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24Disaster that precedes
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YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: Morale, Facial, Toolbox, Crazy, They,
Busks, Bless, Lyre (clue), Crass, Toenail, Rabies,
Beware.
Down: Imitate, Scary, Brooded, Samba, Globe,
Blasted, Exquisite, Pancake, Feted, Viral,
Pyjamas, Flays, Replied.
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FILL the grid so that every
column, row and 3x3 square
includes all the digits from
one to 9.
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10Sociable (6)
11Notion, thought (4)
12Sweet biscuit (8)
14Dress, attire (8)
18Mountain range (4)
20Panic, scare (6)
22Enjoy greatly (6)
23Inform, narrate (4)
24Catastrophe (8)
Down
1Slept noisily (6)
2Salesman, retailer (8)
3River, brook (6)
4Very sad (6)
5So be it (4)
6Generator (6)
13Car illumination (4,4)
15Pantry (6)
16Whole, uninjured (6)
17Corset (6)
19Former currency unit (6)
21Strong wind (4)
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James Doyle 19; D Tudhope 17; P
Hanagan 13; O Murphy 11; C Bishop 10;
W Buick 10; A Atzeni 9; H Skelton 8; P J
McDonald 7; K O’Neill 7.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) C R King 82; C Hammond 66;
D Fentiman 50; R Scott 44; Phil Dennis
44; G Lee 39; Lucy Gardner 37.
WIND OPERATION
FONTWELL: Mr Dorrell Sage (6.45).
NEWTON ABBOT: Desirable Court
(2.10), Baron Von Chill (5.25).
WOLVERHAMPTON: Verandah (7.25).
HORSES having their first run for new
trainer.
CHESTER: 2.25 Shaherezada (C Cox
to R Varian), 4.05 Heart Of Soul (F
Chappet to I Williams), 4.35 Marietta
Robusti (M Channon to Mrs Barclay).
FONTWELL: 6.45 Honey P (S
Woodman to Miss R Woodman), 7.15
Chantara Rose (N Mulholland to P
Bowen), 7.45 Backinthesaddle (S
Crawford to D Steele), 7.45 Stole The
Show (P Nolan to Dr R Newland).
KELSO: 2.35 Cherif De L’isle (Mrs S A
Bramall to Miss L Russell), 4.45
Tambour Major (J Threadgall to J
Threadgall), 5.15 Enzo Barbieri (Miss E
Doyle to Miss P Robson), 5.15 Slade
Storm (P Power to A Whillans).
BEST EACH WAY
ALEJANDRO (5.05, Chester) i has
slipped to a mark 3lb lower than when
last successful.
ONE TO SWERVE
BLU CAVALIER (3.20, Newton
Abbot) should win this on form but can
hit the odd hurdle.
HANDICAP BLOT
SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES (6.55,
Wolverhampton) has won here four
times this year and up just the 3lb.
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START WITH HORSE RACING
NEWTON ABBOT
PATRICK WEAVER
Desirable Court
The Eaglehaslanded
Blu Cavalier
Alcala
Pointed And Sharp
Dell’ Arca
Ice Tres
2.10
GOING: GOOD – GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
STAR TIP
2.10
2.45
3.20
3.55
4.25
4.55
5.25
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
Swatow
Overland Flyer
Blu Cavalier
Ballybolley
Nelson’s Touch
Drumlee Sunset
Centreofexcellence
MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 3 (10 flights) 2m 6f (8 run)
PARTNERSHIP TRP HCAP CHASE
3.55 RACING
Class 2 (16 fences) 2m 5f (8 run) £14,076
1 L5603- DELL’ ARCA (21)(G)(B,T)
D Pipe 9 11 12 .............. T Scudamore 88
2 03PP3- SOUTHFIELD THEATRE (13)(BF,G,S)(B)
1 11ULL- ALCALA (11)(CD3,C,D,F,G,S)(T)
P Nicholls 10 11 9 ...............H Cobden 90
P Nicholls 8 11 12 ...............H Cobden H99
3 3126P- SONNEOFPRESENTING (30)(G)
2 13062- SIZING PLATINUM (19)(C,G,S)(T)
K Bailey 8 11 8 .........................D Bass 87
C Tizzard 10 11 11............ R Johnson 97
4
3 05ULP- HENRYVILLE (193)(CD,D2,G)(H,T)
H Fry 10 11 8 .................. N P Madden 95
BEGINNERS’ CHASE
2.45 NEWTONABBOTRACE
Class 3 (20 fences) 3m 2f (5 run) £9,357
ALL KINGS (57) R Buckler 9 10 12 ..............Sean Houlihan (5) 92
MIGHTY LEADER (208)(G,S)(T) F O’Brien 10 10 12 .... P Brennan 95
OVERLAND FLYER (87)(G)(T) P Nicholls 7 10 12... H Cobden 93
THE EAGLEHASLANDED (88)(G,S)(B,T) P Nicholls 8 10 12
S Twiston-Davies ★99
5 LPP- BROWN REVEL (168)(T) S Flook 9 10 5..........M Kendrick (5) 79
Star Betting: — 11-8 The Eaglehaslanded, 6-4 Overland Flyer, 4
Mighty Leader, 14 All Kings, 250 Brown Revel.
STARFORM: THE EAGLEHASLANDED Dgr: Overland Flyer
66P5104/P6/P-
SPORTS RACING NOVICES’ HURDLE
3.20 SKY
Class 3 (8 flights) 2m 1f (5 run)
£7,928
1
2
3
4
5
111- BLU CAVALIER (17)(G,S) P Nicholls 8 11 10 ........... H Cobden ★99
021- HIGGS (16)(CD,S) S-J Davies 5 11 6................................D Bass 95
1/0- PETERBOROUGH (179) E Williams 5 11 0 ............... C Ring (3) 84
JUMBO’S BOY (F30) P Bowen 4 10 10 .................J Bowen (3) 78
FF6- POET’S CHARM (16)(H) M Hill 4 10 10 .................. K Edgar (3) 81
Star Betting: — 1-3 Blu Cavalier, 3 Higgs, 16 Peterborough, 50
Jumbo’s Boy, 100 Poet’s Charm.
2017: Talent To Amuse 4 10 13, D Jacob 7-2 (Emma Lavelle), 11 ran.
STARFORM: BLU CAVALIER Danger: Higgs
5 0141L/ ROMAN FLIGHT (F8)(D,G,S)(V)
David Dennis 10 11 2S Twiston-Davies 86
6 1111P- PLAY THE ACE (123)(BF,D,G,S)(P,T)
P Bowen 9 11 1 .............. J Bowen (3) 91
7
3/LL0- CASINO MARKETS (21)(D,G)
Emma Lavelle 10 10 10 .. N Scholfield 88
8 45233- CUT THE CORNER (30)(D,G)
A Ralph 10 10 9 .................L Edwards 93
Star Betting: — 5-2 Sizing Platinum, 10-3
Alcala, 11-2 Henryville, 13-2 Cut The Corner, 15-2 Ballybolley, 8 Play The
Ace, 12 Roman Flight, 14 Casino Markets.
2017: Henryville 9 11 12, N P Madden 3-1 (H Fry), 5 ran.
STARFORM: SIZING PLATINUM Danger: Alcala
HANDICAP HURDLE
4.25 ATTHERACES.COM
Class 3 (8 flights) 2m 1f (10 run)
£7,408
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
WATCOMBE HEIGHTS (17)(C,G) C Tizzard 8 11 12 ....H Cobden ★99
POINTED AND SHARP (19)(S)(H) P Hobbs 6 11 6 ......R Johnson 98
NELSON’S TOUCH (30)(S) J W Mullins 5 11 5 ....N Scholfield 97
CLENI WELLS (24)(C,S)(H) M Hill 7 11 5 ................ C Deutsch 87
ENGLISH PALE (163)(P,T) J Flint 5 11 5 .................... D Jacob 87
FLIGHT TO MILAN (44) E Williams 5 11 3 ............... C Ring (3) 84
TREASURE THE RIDGE (16)(CD,S)(B) M Hill 9 11 0
J McGrath 91
8 560- NABHAN (12)(S)(T) B J Llewellyn 6 10 11 .....Rob Williams (3) 87
9 213- SHRUBLAND (181)(BF,D,G,S)(P) D Skelton 5 10 11..... H Skelton 97
10 300- GLOBAL THRILL (12)(CD,S)(T) B J Llewellyn 9 10 8
Sean Houlihan (5) 91
Star Betting: — 9-4 Shrubland, 9-2 Pointed And Sharp, 5 Nelson’s
Touch, 11-2 Watcombe Heights, 11 Cleni Wells, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SHRUBLAND Danger: Nelson’s Touch
2L4632013LL03043255L0-
T R George 8 11 6 ....Jonathan Burke 87
C Tizzard 9 11 0..... S Twiston-Davies 87
N Twiston-Davies 9 11 7 ........D Jacob 93
06L- AUDORA (14) M Hill 7 10 12 .................................... James Best 83
1- DESIRABLE COURT (362) A King 5 10 12 .................. D Jacob 90
50- FRIZZLE (139) Emma Lavelle 5 10 12 ............ Jonathan Burke 88
143- KILCULLEN BELLAMY (48) E Williams 6 10 12 ...... C Ring (3) ★99
06P- KIWI MYTH (14)(P*,T) Mrs F M Shaw 6 10 12 . Mr M Legg (5) 92
10-L OLDTOWN POLLY (3) B Powell 6 10 12 ...................B J Powell 66
052- ROSEMARY RUSSET (97)(S)(T) H Fry 6 10 12 ..N P Madden 94
/2U- SWATOW (15)(H) Emma Lavelle 6 10 12 .... S Twiston-Davies 96
Star Betting: — Evs Desirable Court, 9-4 Swatow, 7-2 Rosemary
Russet, 11 Kilcullen Bellamy, 25 Frizzle, 50 others.
2017: Momella 5 10 12, H Skelton 5-1 (D Skelton), 11 ran.
STARFORM: ROSEMARY RUSSET Dgr: Desirable Court
P/202- DRUMLEE SUNSET (75)(G)(T)
5 1043P- FOURTH ACT (30)(BF,F,S)(B,T)
4 135L0- BALLYBOLLEY (55)(D,G)(T)
£8,447
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
HANDICAP CHASE
4.55 ATTHERACES.COM
Class 3 (20 fences) 3m 2f (6 run) £8,356
6 /PFL2- LAMB OR COD (128)(CD,D2,F,G,S)(T)
P Hobbs 11 10 11 ............. R Johnson H99
Star Betting: — 5-2 Dell’ Arca, Southfield
Theatre, 10-3 Drumlee Sunset, 8 Lamb Or Cod, Sonneofpresenting, 9
Fourth Act.
2017: Southfield Vic 8 11 12, Bryony Frost(7) 9-4 Fav (P Nicholls), 8
ran.
STARFORM: SOUTHFIELD THEATRE Danger: Dell’ Arca
THE RACES HANDICAP HURDLE
5.25 ATClass
5 (8 flights) 2m 1f (18 run)
£4,159
1 6052 LFL3 0034 UP4-
UNSAFE CONDUCT (46)(T*) C Tizzard 5 12 4 ........ H Cobden 96
BERRY DE CARJAC (160)(G) Grace Harris 7 12 4 ..... L Heard 85
COME ON CHARLIE (48) P Hobbs 6 12 3 ...............R Johnson 97
GLIMPSE OF GOLD (32)(G,S)(T) T Vaughan 7 11 12
D G Noonan 89
5 U0L- FRANZ KLAMMER (19) C Longsdon 6 11 9.. Jonathan Burke 85
6 L6L- UDOGO (30) B Powell 7 11 9 ......................................B J Powell 89
7 3UP- BARON VON CHILL (275) D Skelton 6 11 8 ............ H Skelton 96
8 66L- INDIGO STAMP (17) M Gillard 7 11 8 ..............Mr T Gillard (7) 85
9 24L- KUBLAI (24)(G,S)(T) A Dunn 8 11 7 ...................... R McLernon 89
10 00P- SCORPION STAR (16)(P) M Hill 9 11 6.................... J McGrath 89
11 5L1- ICE TRES (14)(CD,G)(P) C Down 9 11 5
Miss Page Fuller (5) ★99
12 002- BEE AN ARISTOCRAT (14) J Frost 9 11 4...Bryony Frost (3) 89
13 PL0- TEMIR KAZYK (14) Henry Oliver 4 11 2 ......................D Crosse 90
14 0L0- ICE KONIG (98)(C,G)(T) J Frost 9 11 0................ A Thorne (7) 81
15 05P- RUSSIAN SPY (62) E Williams 5 11 0 ........................ C Ring (3) 85
16 3L0- THUNDERING HOME (14)(D3,G,S)(B,T) N Mitchell 11 10 12
T Bellamy 84
17 431- CENTREOFEXCELLENCE (18)(S)(H,T) S Flook 7 10 9
J Bowen (3) 85
18 P/L- AARYAM (80)(P*,T) J Flint 6 10 9 ................................. D Jacob 89
Star Betting: — 11-4 Baron Von Chill, 4 Centreofexcellence, 5 Come
On Charlie, 8 Bee An Aristocrat, Ice Tres, 9 Aaryam, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: COME ON CHARLIE Danger: Ice Tres
KELSO
& PROSPER NOVS’ HURDLE
2.00 PRINCIPAL
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 5f (9 run)
£4,289
HANDICAP CHASE
3.45 BEDMAX
Class 4 (19 fences) 3m 2f (9 run)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
/51- CALIX DELAFAYETTE (23)(C,S)(H) J Ewart 6 11 6 ... B Hughes 90
5- CATHAL’S STAR (186) Ruth Jefferson 5 11 0 ........ J Hamilton 70
HIGH JINX (F11) T Easterby 10 11 0 ........................... C R King 84
/PL- PAINTERS LAD (142) Mrs A C Hamilton 7 11 0 .......C O’Farrell 78
00- REAPLEE (74) C Grant 5 11 0 ................................C Bewley (3) 72
/FP- TEMPLENABOE (115) Miss L Russell 6 11 0 ........... Derek Fox 85
0P0- ELLA’S DENE (31) T Reed 7 10 7 ........................T Dowson (3) 74
562- HILLS OF CONNEMARA (41)(T) S Corbett 6 10 7
Sam Coltherd (5) ★99
9 6PL- RUSSIANTOM (14)(T) S Corbett 7 10 7 .............. F O’Toole (3) 88
Star Betting: — 11-10 Calix Delafayette, 6-4 High Jinx, 4 Hills Of
Connemara, 12 Cathal’s Star, 25 Templenaboe, 40 Reaplee, 100 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STRFORM: CALIX DELAFAYETTE Dgr: Hills Of Connemara
HANDICAP CHASE
2.35 NOVICES’
Class 4 (16 fences) 2m 6f (8 run)
£4,614
1 /L22 LLP3 2444 UP1-
BLACK JACK ROVER (256)(G,S) D McCain 9 11 12 .....B Hughes ★99
CHERIF DE L’ISLE (159) Miss L Russell 6 11 12 .... Derek Fox 89
FREE RANGE (19)(G)(V*) M Hammond 8 11 11 ... A P Cawley 93
ALWAYS TIPSY (23)(CD,S) N Alexander 9 11 10
Lucy Alexander 95
5 323- ROMULUS DU DONJON (22)(BF,G,S) Mrs R Dobbin 7 11 8
L Murtagh (5) 91
6 FF6- ROBINTHEAULAD (31)(S)(T) A M Thomson 7 10 12 ...J Hamilton 89
7 261- BOCASIEN DESBOIS (44)(S) M Todhunter 7 10 10 . H Brooke 95
8 566- ROYAL MANDATE (13)(V*) Rebecca Menzies 6 10 7 ...C O’Farrell 85
Star Betting: — 10-3 Black Jack Rover, Bocasien Desbois, 9-2
Romulus Du Donjon, 5 Always Tipsy, 7 Robintheaulad, 8 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: ROMULUS DU DONJON Dgr: Always Tipsy
BREWERY HCAP HURDLE
3.10 BELHAVEN
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 7f (11 run) £4,289
1
2
L25- MINSTREL ROYAL (118)(G)(P*,T) P Kirby 8 12 0 . T Dowson (3) 90
2L5- DANCEINTOTHELIGHT (16)(G,S)(T) D McCain 11 11 12
Miss A McCain (7) 93
3 150- BENNY’S SECRET (19)(C3,G,S)(H) N Alexander 8 11 12
Lucy Alexander 90
4 0/3- ELMONO (14) Miss L Russell 7 11 11......................... Derek Fox 88
5 L33- NO SUCH NUMBER (160)(G)(P,T) M Barnes 10 11 8
D Irving (3) 86
6 6P5- SHEPHERD’S BIGHT (115) Ruth Jefferson 6 11 7 ....B Hughes 96
7 PP2- CHAMPAGNE TO GO (16)(S) Rebecca Menzies 8 11 7
N Moscrop (5) 90
8 LP3- GRAYSTOWN (22) W Coltherd 6 11 7 .......... Sam Coltherd (5) 88
9 3P5- CHRISTMAS TWENTY (41) M Hammond 8 11 2....F O’Toole (3) 88
10 L61- WITNESS (41)(G,S) M Hammond 9 10 13
Miss Becky Smith (5) ★99
11 006- CHOCOLAT NOIR (16)(P) M Todhunter 5 10 10........ H Brooke 88
Star Betting: — 4 Witness, 9-2 Champagne To Go, 6 Shepherd’s
Bight, 7 Danceintothelight, 8 Benny’s Secret, 9 Elmono, 11 others.
2017: Notnow Seamus 6 11 8, J McGrath 10-1 (Mrs M Fife), 8 ran.
STARFORM: BENNY’S SECRET Danger: No Such Number
4.15
SCOTTY BRAND HANDICAP CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m 1f (7 run)
PATRICK WEAVER
£4,614
0PL- SCOTSWELL (23)(CD3,G,S) Mrs H Graham 12 12 0
T Dowson (3) 97
2 644- AMILLIONTIMES (179)(C,G,S)(T) Mrs J Stephen 10 11 12
C Bewley (3) 90
3 PP3- COBAJAYISLAND (19)(G,S) M Scudamore 10 11 10 .. B Poste 89
4 4L3- SHAKE IT UP (67)(G,S) M Hammond 9 11 9
Miss Becky Smith (5) 96
5 PLP- CLASSICAL MILANO (76)(G) G Bewley 7 11 6 ..J Bewley (3) 90
6 UFL- GOLDEN INVESTMENT (45)(G,S)(H,P*,T) D McCain 9 11 6
B Hughes ★99
7 332- PRETTY MISS MAHLER (26)(G,S) M Todhunter 7 10 11
Ross Chapman (3) 95
8 13P- ATTENTION PLEASE (22)(D,S)(P) Mrs R Dobbin 8 10 10
R Day (3) 96
9 L14- ACHILL ROAD BOY (22)(BF,D,S) W Coltherd 9 10 9 ...C O’Farrell 90
Star Betting: — 4 Pretty Miss Mahler, 5 Achill Road Boy, Golden
Investment, 11-2 Attention Please, Cobajayisland, 8 others.
2017: Heart O Annandale 10 10 0, Ross Chapman(7) 11-4 Fav (I
Jardine), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SHAKE IT UP Danger: Pretty Miss Mahler
£7,538
1
2
050- DOUBLE W’S (18)(G,S) Ruth Jefferson 8 11 12 .........B Hughes 92
1PL- BRAVE SPARTACUS (50)(G,S) G Boanas 12 11 12
Miss E Todd (7) 79
3 424- IFANDBUTWHYNOT (30)(G,S)(T) T Easterby 12 11 3 ... H Brooke 92
4 031- SUDSKI STAR (45)(CD2,D2,G,S)(B,T) Mrs H Graham 10 11 1
T Dowson (3) 97
5 413- APPLAUS (25)(G,S)(P) M Hammond 6 11 0 ...............S Quinlan 86
6 132- CHAIN OF BEACONS (16)(CD,G)(T) Katie Scott 9 10 5
C Bewley (3) 83
7 1P1- OAK VINTAGE (16)(CD,G,S) Mrs A Hamilton 8 10 3
Ross Chapman (3) ★99
Star Betting: — 11-4 Sudski Star, 3 Oak Vintage, 5 Double W’s, 11-2
Ifandbutwhynot, 6 Chain Of Beacons, 7 Applaus, 16 Brave Spartacus.
2017: King’s Wharf 8 11 11, J W Kennedy 9-4 Fav (G Cromwell), 6 ran.
STARFORM: SUDSKI STAR Danger: Chain Of Beacons
KEY TO THE CARDS: our racecards are designed to give you a better,
easier to understand guide to the runners. Brackets after the racecard
number indicate the draw in Flat races. In the form figures, an ‘L’ indicates the horse finished last place and a # indicates Bumper form.
Figures in brackets after each horse’s name indicate the number of
days since the horse last ran. (C) indicates a course winner, (D) indicates a winner over the same distance as today’s race. (B) or (V) indicates that the horse wears blinkers or a visor. (T) indicates that the
horse wears a tongue strap. * indicates if wearing blinkers or visor for
first time. (P) indicates that the horse is wearing a Cheek Piece. (BF)
stands for beaten favourite. (F) is winner on firm going, (G) on good
going, (S) on soft going and (A) on the all weather. The figures in the
last column after the jockey’s name is an exclusive Clockform rating
giving a guide to the horse’s chance. The highest figure denotes the top
rated, which is also pinpointed by a ★.
Calix Delafayette
Always Tipsy
Champagne To Go
Pretty Miss Mahler
Sudski Star
Dance Of Time
Akarita Lights
STAR TIP
2.00
2.35
3.10
3.45
4.15
4.45
5.15
High Jinx
Free Range
Minstrel Royal
Amilliontimes
Double W’s
Shantou Prince
Cellar Vie
GOING: GOOD – GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
4.45
NOVICES’ HUNTERS’ CHASE
Class 5 (16 fences) 2m 6f (6 run)
£3,120
1
111- DANCE OF TIME (18)(S) Miss H Reveley 11 11 12
Mr J Dawson ★99
2 U1F- ECO WARRIOR (16) N Orpwood 8 11 12 ....Mr N Orpwood (5) 94
3 P3-3 SEE MORES FINALE (10) S Clark 10 11 12 ...Mr R Wilson (7) 92
4 312- SHANTOU PRINCE (16)(S)(T) Mrs G B Walford 9 11 12
Mr C Furness (7) 98
5 RF4- SUMMONED (16)(P) Mrs S E Grant 7 11 12 ... Mr J M Andrews (7) 98
6 P41- TAMBOUR MAJOR (11)(S)(P) J Threadgall 11 11 12
Mr Connor Wood (7) 74
Star Betting: — 5-4 Dance Of Time, 11-4 Shantou Prince, 5 Tambour
Major, 7 Eco Warrior, 10 Summoned, 12 See Mores Finale.
2017: Five Piers 9 11 12, Mr Joe Wright(5) 8-1 (D Holmes), 8 ran.
STARFORM: SHANTOU PRINCE Danger: Dance Of Time
LOTHIAN STD OPEN NH FLAT RACE
5.15 EAST
Class 5 2m (14 runners)
£2,924
1
L6- AMARONE GENTLEMAN (12)(T) S Corbett 6 11 2
Mr R Wilson (7) 92
BALLY CONOR Ruth Jefferson 5 11 2....................... J Hamilton 86
L- DARRY DESBOIS (86) M Todhunter 5 11 2 .. Ross Chapman (3) 84
32- ENZO BARBIERI (24) Miss P Robson 5 11 2 .............B Hughes 91
HARRY THE POTTER C Grant 5 11 2 .....................DOUBTFUL 74
NEARLY THERE W Storey 5 11 2 ..........Rachel McDonald (7) 74
6- ROCKET MAN RODNEY (207) Mrs H Graham 5 11 2 ....T Dowson (3) 95
03- SLADE STORM (339) A Whillans 5 11 2 ...........Steven Fox (5) 70
THE BOO BOX D Whillans 5 11 2 ........................ C Whillans (3) 74
22- AKARITA LIGHTS (28) J J Quinn 4 10 12 .................. C R King ★99
5- BIG BAD DOG (50) M Hammond 4 10 12............. F O’Toole (3) 90
CAPTAIN KURT Mrs J Stephen 4 10 12 .......................R Day (3) 80
CELLAR VIE J Ewart 4 10 12 ......................................C O’Farrell 89
5- ROO ROO (24) I Jardine 4 10 12................................... H Brooke 95
Star Betting: — 6-5 Akarita Lights, 3 Enzo Barbieri, 5 Roo Roo, 11-2
Bally Conor, 11 Cellar Vie, 14 Big Bad Dog, 20 Slade Storm, 40 others.
2017: Golden Jeffrey 4 11 5, Ross Chapman(7) 7-4 Fav (I Jardine), 7 ran.
STARFORM: AKARITA LIGHTS Danger: Enzo Barbieri
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DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
CHESTER... ITV4: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 & 3.35
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT – GOOD IN PLACES
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
FONTWELL
TRACKFACTS: Tight left-hand circuit with a short run-in of just
over a furlong. Low numbers have a distinct advantage, a fast
break in sprints is essential. Stalls today 1m2f Outside;
Remainder Inside.
AGNES CONDITIONS STAKES
VASE STAKES (GROUP 3)
1.50 LILY
Class 2 2YO 5f (11 runners)
£14,940
3.35 CHESTER
Class 1 3YO 1m 4f (10 runners) £56,710
1 (10)
2 (6)
3 (7)
4 (1)
ARTHUR’S SPIRIT (21)(D,A) W G M Turner 9 2 W Carson 90
DARK THUNDER (9) T Dascombe 9 2 ............R Kingscote 89
FIVE AMARONES (2) T Dascombe 9 2 ..................M Harley 86
GINGERSDUNTHELOT (32)(P*) David Loughnane 9 2
Rossa Ryan 81
5 (11) 211 KINKS (11)(D2,G,S) M Channon 9 2 ......................C Bishop 98
6 (5)
41 LIHOU (32)(D,A) P Evans 9 2 .............................. Fran Berry ★99
7 (2)
5 JENSUE (13) T Dascombe 8 11 ........................A Rawlinson 84
8 (8) 213 LADY PRANCEALOT (10)(D,A) P Evans 8 11 .....J F Egan 91
9 (3)
1 LIGHT MY FIRE (20)(D,S) T Dascombe 8 11 ... DOUBTFUL 95
10 (4)
1 NO LIPPY (11)(D,S) M Johnston 8 11 ........... P J McDonald 92
11 (9) LL2 THEGREYVTRAIN (8) R Harris 8 11 ..........................J Fahy 85
Star Betting: — 9-4 No Lippy, 3 Kinks, 9-2 Lihou, 8 Dark Thunder, 16
Lady Prancealot, Jensue, Arthur’s Spirit, 25 Five Amarones, 33 others.
2017: Yogi’s Girl 8 11, J F Egan 4-1 (P Evans), drawn (3), 10 ran.
STARFORM: NO LIPPY Danger: Lihou
021
3
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2.25
CHESHIRE OAKS (FILLIES’ LISTED) (CUP)
Class 1
3YO 1m 3f (10 run)
£42,532
1 (5)
61 AWARD WINNING (10)(S) J Gosden 9 0...............L Dettori 82
2 (8) 15-0 DRAMATICALLY (21)(S) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0
J A Heffernan 96
3 (3) 43- FOREVER TOGETHER (199) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0
D O’Brien 83
4 (6) 3-0 HAZARFIYA (19)(V*) Sir M Stoute 9 0 ...........James Doyle 81
5 (7)
0 HERE’S ALICE (20) C Hills 9 0...................... P J McDonald 81
6 (9)
1- KINAESTHESIA (182)(S) R Beckett 9 0 .............. O Murphy 87
7 (1) 0-3 MAGIC WAND (23)(T) A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0 ..... R L Moore 87
8 (10) 1-53 PRINCESS YAIZA (17)(A) G Cromwell (IRE) 9 0 .F Norton ★99
9 (2) 231- SHAHEREZADA (186)(S) R Varian 9 0 ...................A Atzeni 92
10 (4)
1 SHAILENE (14)(A) A Balding 9 0........................... D Probert 91
Star Betting: — 4 Magic Wand, 9-2 Kinaesthesia, 7 Award Winning,
15-2 Princess Yaiza, 8 Dramatically, 9 Shaherezada, 12 others.
2017: Enable 9 0, L Dettori 2-1 (J Gosden), drawn (3), 7 ran.
STARFORM: DRAMATICALLY Danger: Kinaesthesia
3.00
1
(10)
6312-3
2
(5)
13
(4)
0151-3
4
(1)
42-13
5
(3)
41-2
6
(6)
L-1
7
(8)
0
8
(7)
11
9
(9)
23-11
10
(2)
2-1
BOODLES DIAMOND HANDICAP
Class 2
3YO 5f (10 runners)
£21,165
1 (3) 5-43 SPOOF (12)(D2,G,S)(H) C Hills 9 7 .................. C Shepherd 94
2 (1) 36-0 LOOKS A MILLION (19)(D,S) J Tuite 9 0 ........... O Murphy 98
3 (7) 1-32 BIG TIME MAYBE (74)(BF,D2,A)(P,T) T Dascombe 8 13
P Pilley (3) 90
4 (6) 04L- FORMIDABLE KITT (248)(D,G) T Dascombe 8 11
R Kingscote 94
5 (2) L205 GLOBAL ACADEMY (12)(D2,A)(B) Miss G Kelleway 8 11
G Mosse 93
6 (8) 0-02 BILLY DYLAN (11)(CD,D,S) D O’Meara 8 10 ........A Atzeni ★99
7 (10) L256 JOEGOGO (19)(D3,A) P Evans 8 9.........................J F Egan 86
8 (4) 21-4 SHOWMETHEDOUGH (18)(S) R Fahey 8 9 ......P Hanagan 97
9 (9) 515- PORCHY PARTY (222)(BF,CD,D,S)(P) T Dascombe 8 7
F Norton 90
10 (5) L-05 ANGEL FORCE (8)(D,S) D C Griffiths 8 6.....Nathan Evans 86
Star Betting: — 5 Formidable Kitt, Spoof, 11-2 Showmethedough, 8
Global Academy, 9 Billy Dylan, Looks A Million, 10 others.
2017: El Astronaute 4 8 8, J Hart 2-1 Fav (J J Quinn), drawn (1), 9 ran.
STARFORM: SHOWMETHEDOUGH Danger: Spoof
DEE EX BEE (14)(BF,S)
M Johnston 9 0 .....................F Norton 93
FAMILY TREE (245)(S)
A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0......... D O’Brien 83
FLAG OF HONOUR (24)
A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0.. J A Heffernan H99
HUNTING HORN (12)
A P O’Brien (IRE) 9 0........ R L Moore 93
ISPOLINI (12)(A)(T)
C Appleby 9 0 ........................W Buick 95
JETSTREAM (77)(A)
C Hills 9 0........................... R Winston 86
MILES CHRISTIANUS (14)
R J Osborne (IRE) 9 0 ........... R Scott 77
PERFECT ILLUSION (75)(D2,A)(H)
A Balding 9 0....................... O Murphy 85
PROSCHEMA (11)(D,S)
T Dascombe 9 0..............R Kingscote 88
YOUNG RASCAL (18)(G)
W Haggas 9 0 ................James Doyle 91
Star Betting: — 9-2 Hunting Horn, Young
Rascal, Ispolini, 7 Proschema, 8 Dee Ex Bee, 9 Flag Of Honour, 14
Family Tree, 20 Perfect Illusion, 33 Jetstream, 250 Miles Christianus.
2017: Venice Beach 9 0, R L Moore 5-2 Fav (A P O’Brien), drawn (3), 8 ran.
STARFORM: HUNTING HORN Danger: Ispolini
4.05
DEEPBRIDGE CAPITAL MAIDEN STAKES
Class 3
3YO 1m 2f (10 run)
£11,828
1 (3)
23
2 (10) 5-2
3 (6) 0-4
4 (7) 205 (5)
3
6 (2)
6
7 (8)
55
8 (1) 06-6
ARGENTELLO (20)(BF) J Gosden 9 5 ...................L Dettori ★99
BARITONE (11)(BF) Sir M Stoute 9 5 .................. R L Moore 97
CHIEF IRONSIDE (18) W Jarvis 9 5 ................K Shoemark 93
HEART OF SOUL (235) I Williams 9 5 ...........James Doyle 84
HOWMAN (20) R Varian 9 5 ......................................A Atzeni 98
INFRASTRUCTURE (18) M Meade 9 5 ................ O Murphy 92
MOON OF BARODA (63) C Hills 9 5 ............ P J McDonald 96
ROCKESBURY (10)(P) David Loughnane 9 5
Jane Elliott (5) 83
9 (4) 22- SOLDIER TO FOLLOW (238)(BF) A Balding 9 5
D Probert 97
10 (9) LL- SNOOP (335) David Loughnane 9 0 .........................J F Egan 64
Star Betting: — 9-4 Argentello, 11-4 Baritone, 7-2 Howman, 7 Chief
Ironside, Soldier To Follow, 12 Infrastructure, 16 others.
2017: Never Surrender 9 5, J P Spencer 2-1 Fav (C Hills), drawn (3), 9 ran.
STARFORM: BARITONE Danger: Howman
PATRICK WEAVER
No Lippy
Magic Wand
Spoof
Proschema (treble)
Argentello (nb)
Last Page
Sultan Baybars (nap)
STAR TIP
1.50
2.25
3.00
3.35
4.05
4.35
5.05
PATRICK WEAVER
Kinks
Shaherezada
Showmethedough
Young Rascal
Argentello
Mr Top Hat
Cheerfilly
STARFORM: 1.50 No Lippy (nb), 3.00 Showmethedough
(treble), 3.35 Hunting Horn ( nap)
CLOCKFORM: 3.35 Flag Of Honour 2pts win
4.35
1 (8)
2 (10)
3 (11)
4 (3)
5 (2)
6 (12)
7 (1)
8 (7)
9 (4)
10(14)
11(13)
12 (6)
EVERSHEDS SUTHERLAND HANDICAP
Class 3
3YO 6f (14 runners)
£11,828
NEOLA (19)(D,G,S) M Channon 9 7 .........................A Atzeni 91
ENCRYPTED (197)(D,A) H Palmer 9 7 ............. DOUBTFUL 97
CAPTAIN JAMESON (20)(D2,S) J J Quinn 9 5 .........J Hart 90
MR TOP HAT (19)(D,S) P Evans 9 3 ............ P J McDonald 91
REQUINTO DAWN (18)(S) R Fahey 9 2 ........... T Hamilton 97
GINBAR (208)(CD,D,S)(P*) T Dascombe 9 2 ........M Harley 96
LAST PAGE (12)(D,A)(P) P Evans 9 0 ...................J F Egan ★99
NO I’M EASY (228)(D,G) T Dascombe 9 0 .....R Kingscote 95
BUNGEE JUMP (19)(D,A,S) Grace Harris 8 12....C Noble (5) 91
EXCELLENT TIMES (18)(D,S) T Easterby 8 11 ......D Allan 95
MONTAGUE (5)(D,A) D O’Meara 8 11 .......C McGovern (5) 87
MARIETTA ROBUSTI (19)(D,A,G,S) Mrs Barclay 8 10
R Hornby 92
13 (5) 23-4 GABRIAL THE SAINT (20) R Fahey 8 10 .........P Hanagan 91
14 (9) 60-3 PILKINGTON (11)(A) J Bethell 8 10 .............................G Lee 84
Star Betting: — 5 Requinto Dawn, 11-2 No I’m Easy, 7 Last Page, 8
Gabrial Saint, Mr Top Hat, 10 Bungee Jump, 11 others.
2017: Zamjar 8 12, A Atzeni 11-4 Fav (E Dunlop), drawn (1), 10 ran.
STARFORM: REQUINTO DAWN Danger: Last Page
05-0
01L31-6
12-4
0-02
110-214
210L122
12-3
2222
2011
HANDICAP
5.05 GREENHOUS
Class 4 7f (14 runners)
£7,698
1 (8) -020 ROARING FORTIES (20)(C,D,A,G,S)(P)
Rebecca Bastiman 5 9 5 M Harley 90
2 (14) 1030 HEAVEN’S GUEST (45)(D6,A,G,S) R Fahey 8 9 5 ...T Hamilton 87
3 (2) 00-0 SULTAN BAYBARS (14)(D,A)(P*) D O’Meara 4 9 5 .. Daniel Tudhope 96
4 (9) 000- KENSTONE (181)(C,D2,A,G,S)(P) A Wintle 5 9 5 .... Finley Marsh (5) 88
5 (7) 100- THE FEATHERED NEST (144)(A,S) R Fahey 4 9 5......P Hanagan 89
6 (1) 6000 INTRANSIGENT (49)(C,D3,A,G,S)(V) A Balding 9 9 4 ...W Cox (5) 96
7 (12) 0-00 STORM AHEAD (11)(D,A,S) T Easterby 5 9 4 .........D Allan 92
8 (11) 4550 TWIN APPEAL (14)(D6,A,G,S)(B) T D Barron 7 9 3 .....P J McDonald 87
9 (6) 0045 RIGHT TOUCH (20)(BF,C,D,G,S) R Fahey 8 9 3 ..... J Garritty 93
10(10) 10-5 ROLL ON RORY (11)(C,D2,G,S)(V) J Ward 5 9 3 .. J F Egan 91
11 (3) 140- CHEERFILLY (214)(D2,G)(P) T Dascombe 4 9 3
R Kingscote ★99
12 (4) 4-04 ALEJANDRO (86)(C,D4,A,G) David Loughnane 9 9 3.. R Winston 94
13(13) 1340 OUTER SPACE (26)(D5,A,G)(P) J Flint 7 9 2 ....D Muscutt 84
14 (5) -222 MY AMIGO (11)(G)(T) Mrs M Fife 5 9 2 ..............B McHugh 93
Star Betting: — 11-2 Right Touch, My Amigo, 7 The Feathered Nest,
8 Cheerfilly, 10 Sultan Baybars, 11 Alejandro, Intransigent, 12 others.
2017: Russian Soul 9 9 4, D Costello 14-1 (J Osborne), drawn (8), 13 ran.
STARFORM: CHEERFILLY Danger: Twin Appeal
WOLVERHAMPTON
(AMATEUR RIDERS)
5.55 HANDICAP
Class 5 2m 120yds (13 runners)
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
£3,619
1 (7) 2-64 SHERIFF GARRETT (12)(C2,A)(P) T Easterby 4 11 7
Mr W Easterby 92
2 (9) 025/ DOESYOURDOGBITE (J59)(P) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 6 ... DOUBTFUL 83
3 (12) 0/24 FULL SUIT (11) Archie Watson 4 11 6 ............. Mr S Walker 98
4 (10) 2643 BRIGADOON (13)(A,G,S) M Appleby 11 11 6....Mr J Kendrick (5) 95
5 (1) 3-20 THREE COLOURS RED (J25)(BF,CD,A,G,S)(P)
Robert Stephens 6 11 3 Mr C Dowson (5) ★99
6 (4) 5-24 CITY DREAMER (34)(BF) A King 4 11 3 ... Mr Alex Edwards 95
7 (11) -3L6 HEWOULDWOULDNTHE (9) J Portman 4 10 13 ....Mr J Harding (3) 91
8 (3) L000 LADURELLI (11)(A)(T) A Dunn 6 10 12 .... Mr B Carver (7) 78
9 (8) 05-0 PARTY ROYAL (45)(A,G)(H,P) N Gifford 8 10 12 ...Mr D Dunsdon 81
10 (5) 1-00 BALLYFARSOON (16)(CD2,C,A,G)(V) P Winks 7 10 10
Mr Oakley Brown (7) 83
11 (6) 0-L1 DOWN TIME (36)(A)(B) P Midgley 8 10 9 ..Mr Tom Midgley (7) 86
12 (2) 0-24 AIR MINISTRY (18)(B) I Furtado 4 10 8.....A Anderson (5) 88
13(13) 33-6 CASEMATES SQUARE (18)(BF) I Williams 4 10 3 .. Mr C J Todd (7) 90
Star Betting: — 3 Full Suit, 7-2 City Dreamer, 5 Sheriff Garrett, 15-2
Air Ministry, Casemates Square, 11 Three Colours Red, 12 others.
STARFORM: CITY DREAMER Danger: Full Suit
INSULATION HCAP
6.25 HELLERMANNTYTON
Class 6 3YO 1m 1f 104yds (13 run) £3,105
1 (11)
2 (6)
3 (8)
4 (12)
5 (9)
6 (7)
7 (4)
8 (10)
9 (2)
10 (1)
11 (5)
12 (3)
13(13)
ASTRAEA (14)(BF) M W Easterby 9 7 ............... H Shaw (5) 91
PACT OF STEEL (29) H Dunlop 9 7 ......................H Crouch ★99
THE FIDDLER (18) C Wall 9 7............................ G Wood (3) 97
ENFORCEMENT (197)(H) M Keighley 9 6 ..............L Morris 77
JENNY REN (29) Sarah Hollinshead 9 4 .............. P Mathers 72
BELOVED KNIGHT (26) Mrs L Mongan 9 4... J Watson (5) 91
BE MINDFUL (92) C Hills 9 3 ............................... J Crowley 94
STAY IN THE LIGHT (11) K Burke 9 3 ................ C Lee (3) 86
PERCY PROSECCO (26) Noel Williams 9 1 .. Rossa Ryan (5) 89
THE KNOT IS TIED (16) T Easterby 9 1 .........J P Sullivan 89
WESTFIELD WONDER (10)(P) Ronald Thompson 8 13.. Nicola Currie (5) 79
NAVARRA PRINCESS (141)(BF)(B) D Cantillon 8 10...D Probert 95
PAMMI (41) A Carson 8 7 .........................................K O’Neill 84
LONG HANDICAP: Pammi 8-6.
Star Betting: — 9-2 Beloved Knight, The Knot Is Tied, 11-2 Percy Prosecco,
7 Astraea, 8 Pact Of Steel, 10 Enforcement, Navarra Princess, 12 others.
STARFORM: BELOVED KNIGHT Danger: Pact Of Steel
0-06
06L3
00-0
L00006
-302
-656
L55
L0-3
5L-0
-530
006L600
6.55
HELLERMANNTYTON FILLIES’ HANDICAP
Class 5
1m 4f (7 runners)
£3,752
1 (3) 4152 LADY PERSEPHONE (25)(CD,A) A King 7 9 7 .. W Carson 90
2 (7) 1121 SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES (25)(CD,C3,A)(P)
Jennie Candlish 5 9 7 J Fanning ★99
3 (5) 3-25 FIRMAGE BURG (29)(H) H Fry 4 9 4 ................. Fran Berry 84
4 (4) 24-0 EBQAA (14) J Unett 4 9 2 ....................................... D Probert 78
5 (6) 460- MONACO ROSE (221)(D2,G,S)(H) R Fahey 5 9 2 ..Connor Murtagh (5) 84
6 (1) 0453 FRENCH MIX (11)(D,A) A Dunn 4 8 13 ..... Rossa Ryan (5) 78
7 (2) LUL- OPERA BUFFA (J61)(P,T) S Flook 5 8 2Sophie Ralston (7) 73
LONG HANDICAP: Opera Buffa 7-8.
Star Betting: — 9-4 Sunshineandbubbles, Lady Persephone, 4
Firmage Burg, 11-2 French Mix, 6 Monaco Rose, 25 Others.
STRFRM: SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES Dgr: Lady Persephone
7.25
NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
Class 6
3YO 1m 1f (11 run)
PATRICK WEAVER
£3,105
1 (6) 0-1 ADJUTANT (18)(S) B Meehan 9 9 ........................J Fanning 93
2 (8) 31- STRANGE SOCIETY (160)(A) H Palmer 9 9
J Gordon 86
3 (2) 15- VERANDAH (256)(BF,A) J Gosden 9 4...................R Havlin ★99
4 (11)
6 DELIVERANCE (18) A Balding 9 2 ........................ O Murphy 88
5 (1) 5-0 EPAULEMENT (22) T Dascombe 9 2 ........... Hayley Turner 95
6 (7) 64- GARDEN OASIS (277) Sir M Stoute 9 2 ..................P Dobbs 89
7 (4) 6-05 ISLAND SOUND (5)(P*) Mrs H Main 9 2 .. Georgia Cox (3) 98
8 (5)
4- JAHAAFEL (174)(BF) W Haggas 9 2......................D O’Neill 90
9 (3)
L0 ONE FLEW OVER (9) I Williams 9 2....................G Downing 66
10(10)
0- TAJARROB (188) E Dunlop 8 11 .......................... J Crowley 91
11 (9)
2- WORTH WAITING (186) D Lanigan 8 11 ...........S Donohoe 97
Star Betting: — 4-6 Verandah, 9-2 Adjutant, 8 Strange Society, 9
Worth Waiting, 14 Jahaafel, 16 Tajarrob, 20 Garden Oasis, 25 others.
STARFORM: VERANDAH Danger: Strange Society
7.55
HELLERMANNTYTON ACADEMY HCAP
Class 6
7f (12 runners)
£3,105
1 (7) 4054 PUSHKIN MUSEUM (18)(C3,A,G)(H) P Morris 7 9 7
Fran Berry 91
2 (11) 1406 VIOLA PARK (8)(CD3,D,A)(P) R Harris 4 9 6 ...........J Fahy 93
3 (3) 2053 HIPZ (28)(D2,A,G,S)(V) G Margarson 7 9 6.... Jane Elliott (5) 98
4 (6) 640- MISCHIEF MANAGED (209)(E) T Easterby 4 9 5... D Fentiman 94
5 (5) 3210 LORD MURPHY (20)(BF,CD,C2,A)(T) D Loughnane 5 9 5
A Mullen ★99
6 (4) 0050 LIGHT FROM MARS (8)(CD3,D5,A,G)(P) R Harris 13 9 3
D Probert 93
7 (8) 3136 MOSSY’S LODGE (15)(D,A)(B,T) A Carson 5 8 13 .. W Carson 92
8 (10) 4041 TASAABOQ (7)(C4,A)(P,T) P McEntee 7 8 13(6ex) ...D Brock 97
9 (2) 4423 SIR LANCELOTT (11)(CD,C3,A,G) Adrian Nicholls 6 8 12
B McHugh 95
10 (1) 334L RISING SUNSHINE (9)(D,A)(B,T) J Bradley 5 8 9
Josephine Gordon 87
11(12) 0606 RAPID RISE (9)(B) J Bradley 4 8 7.................... A Beech (7) 82
12 (9) 5546 GO CHARLIE (14)(C,A)(H) Mrs L Williamson 7 8 7
C Hardie 86
LONG HANDICAP: Rapid Rise 8-6, Go Charlie 8-6.
Star Betting: — 5 Hipz, Sir Lancelott, Tasaaboq, 6 Lord Murphy, 7
Viola Park, 8 Mischief Managed, Pushkin Museum, 10 others.
STARFORM: SIR LANCELOTT Danger: Tasaaboq
Project Mars
In The Hold
Don Lami
It’s Got Legs
Bennys Girl
Ramore Will
Bitofblinding
Full Suit
The Fiddler
Firmage Burg
Verandah
Viola Park
Critical Thinking
Furni Factors
Sheriff Garrett
The Fiddler
French Mix
Verandah (nap)
Light From Mars
Grey Destiny
Revenge (nb)
GOING: STANDARD
TRACKFACTS: Left-hand oval flat all weather Tapeta track of
just under a mile. There is a run-in of two furlongs. Stalls today
7f Outside; Remainder Inside.
PROTECTION HCAP
8.25 HELLERMANNTYTON
Class 5 7f (8 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) 4503 TIME TO REASON (27)(D2) C Wallis 5 9 7......... W Carson 88
2 (2) 2321 THE AMBER FORT (18)(C2,A) M Herrington 4 9 6
Phil Dennis (3) 97
3 (4) 4112 CRITICAL THINKING (18)(CD,C,D,A)(P,T)
David Loughnane 4 9 6 S Donohoe ★99
4 (6) 522- ALQALSAR (328) J Bradley 4 9 6 .......................... D Probert 87
5 (3) 403- HIGHLY SPRUNG (193)(G) J L Eyre 5 9 4 .........J Fanning 90
6 (1) -L0L BOUCLIER (46)(D,A,S) J Unett 8 9 3 ......................L Morris 82
7 (5) 2354 ENERGIA FLAVIO (18)(C,D2,A,G,S)(P) P Morris 8 9 3
Fran Berry 83
8 (8) -400 GREY DESTINY (12)(CD3,D,A,G) A Brittain 8 8 11....C Hardie 84
Star Betting: — 11-4 The Amber Fort, 3 Critical Thinking, 9-2 Highly
Sprung, 7 Alqalsar, 8 Energia Flavio, 10 Grey Destiny, 12 others.
STARFORM: CRITICAL THINKING Danger: Time To Reason
HANDICAP
8.55 HELLERMANNTYTON
Class 6 3YO 5f (11 runners)
5.10
5.45
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
8.15
Vexillum
Royals And Rebels
Don Lami
White Valiant
Tara Mac
Zen Master
Go Forrit
GOING: GOOD – GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) A Coleman 28 winners, (25.2% strike rate),
-£8.75, T J O’Brien 19, (13.8%), +£21.00, M Goldstein 15, (6.9%), -£15.00, S
Bowen 10, (22.7%), -£3.00, H Bannister 6, (22.2%), +£2.50.
TRACKFACTS: Left-hand hurdle course of a mile round with four hurdles to
jump. The chase course is a figure-of-eight with five fences per circuit, and
run-in of 230yds which is slightly uphill.
HANDICAP HURDLE
5.10 MYRACING.COM
Class 5 (11 flights)
2m 6f
(14 runners)
£3,119
1 062- PROJECT MARS (19)(V*) N Gifford 6 11 12.................................... J M Davies
89
2 460- ALLTIMEGOLD (18)(P*) T Vaughan 5 11 12 ......................................... A Johns
90
3 4LU- MINELLA STYLE (113) D L Williams 8 11 12 ...............Mr Shane Quinlan (7)
83
4 P05- SUMMER GETAWAY (14) N Mitchell 6 11 10 .......................................S Bowen
88
5 400- WAIKIKI WAVES (30) G L Moore 5 11 9 .............................................H Teal (7)
87
6 /0L- VEXILLUM (189)(G)(P) N Mulholland 9 11 9 ......................................R T Dunne
92
7 PP6- BLACK ANTHEM (42) B Barr 6 11 7................................................H Bannister
89
8 05L- ROBIN DE BROOME (97) B Barr 6 11 4 ........................................ T Garner (3)
86
9 PP6- HOWLONGISAFOOT (24)(BF,G,S)(B) C Gordon 9 11 2 ................ H Reed (5) ★99
10 0L0- CHOCOLATE DIAMOND (24)(V*) D C O’Brien 7 10 10 Brodie Hampson (5)
82
11 LLL- WILLSHEBETRYING (38)(C,S)(V) M Hoad 7 10 8....................... M Goldstein
82
12 P50- SNAZZ MAN (25) Mrs S Gardner 8 10 5 ................................Lucy Gardner (3)
89
13 444- DROPZONE (15)(G,S)(B) B Forsey 9 10 4 .......................................T J O’Brien
91
14 L66- JOHN BISCUIT (161)(G) Miss J Davis 10 10 3 ................................... A Tinkler
88
Star Betting: — 10-3 Project Mars, 4 Summer Getaway, 13-2 Dropzone, 8 Black
Anthem, 10 John Biscuit, Waikiki Waves, Willshebetrying, 12 Howlongisafoot, 14 others.
STARFORM: PROJECT MARS Danger: Black Anthem
FOR FONTWELL TIPS HCAP CHASE
5.45 MYRACING.COM
Class 4 (19 fences)
3m 2f
(5 runners)
£4,614
1 P16- IN THE HOLD (58)(S) E Williams 8 11 12.............................................A Wedge
91
2 33L- ROYALS AND REBELS (32)(D2,G,S)(B,T) C Mann 8 11 10 ......H Bannister ★99
3 6/P- FORT SMITH (165)(G)(B) O Sherwood 9 11 9 ..........................H Beswick (7)
87
4 /U1- CHILL IN THE WOOD (15)(G) D F Davis 9 11 1.................................. M Grant
89
5 0PP- FLUGZEUG (53)(C,D,G,S)(P) J W Mullins 10 10 0 ......................... T J O’Brien
86
Star Betting: — 13-8 In The Hold, 3 Chill In The Wood, 7-2 Fort Smith, 9-2 Royals And
Rebels, 10 Flugzeug.
STARFORM: IN THE HOLD Danger: Fort Smith
ONLINE NOW! STARSPORTS.BET NOVS’ HRDLE
6.15 BET
Class 4 (13 flights)
3m 2f
(4 runners)
£4,094
1
2
3
4
203- BENECHENKO (22)(S) F O’Brien 6 11 1 ....................... Brodie Hampson (5) ★99
0P0- CINTEX (73) N Mulholland 6 11 1 .......................................................H Reed (5)
91
230- DON LAMI (16)(BF,G) A Honeyball 5 11 1....................................... A Coleman
94
PLL- JUDGE JUDY (33) Mrs L Hill 5 10 8 ................................................ T J O’Brien
86
Star Betting: — Evs Don Lami, 15-8 Benechenko, 10-3 Cintex, 25 Judge Judy.
STARFORM: BENECHENKO Danger: Don Lami
ON TWITTER MAIDEN HURDLE
6.45 MYRACINGTIPS
Class 4 (9 flights)
2m 2f
(12 runners) £4,094
STAR TIP
5.55
6.25
6.55
7.25
7.55
8.25
8.55
STAR TIP
£3,105
1 (2) -042 ELLEN GATES (19) R Hughes 9 11 ...................... S W Kelly 89
2 (10) 46-5 FUNKADELIC (14)(CD,A) B Haslam 9 10 .......P Mulrennan 96
3 (4) 2233 FURNI FACTORS (42)(B) Ronald Thompson 9 7
Nicola Currie (5) 94
4 (11) 0-61 REVENGE (9)(C,A)(B) T Easterby 9 7(6ex) .................J Hart ★99
5 (3) 0-3L BILLY BOOTH (9)(V*) Miss G Kelleway 9 6 A Jones (3) 88
6 (7) 4-54 GLAMOROUS ROCKET (2) R Harris 9 5 ............. D Probert 87
7 (5) 4LL0 ELLIOT THE DRAGON (9) D Shaw 9 4 .............. P Mathers 86
8 (6) L00- GO SANDY (251) Mrs L Williamson 8 11 .......... K Lundie (5) 83
9 (9) -540 SITSI (35) B Smart 8 9 ............................................J Fanning 90
10 (1) -543 RAISE A LITTLE JOY (46) J R Jenkins 8 8
Josephine Gordon 88
11 (8) 0-L0 HAXBY JUNIORS (9)(B*) A Brittain 8 8 ................C Hardie 77
Star Betting: — 11-4 Revenge, Ellen Gates, 6 Glamorous Rocket, 7
Furni Factors, 8 Funkadelic, 10 Raise A Little Joy, 14 Sitsi, 16 others.
STARFORM: FURNI FACTORS Danger: Revenge
1 LL0- DALEELAK (24) D C O’Brien 5 11 2...........................................Mr J Pearce (7)
78
2 224- HOLRYALE (165)(S)(T) D Skelton 6 11 2........................Bridget Andrews (3) ★99
3 U33- IT’S GOT LEGS (38) G L Moore 5 11 2 ...................................... A Glassonbury
91
4 04F- MARATT (63)(H*) J W Mullins 5 11 2 ....................................... Kevin Jones (5)
90
5 0/0- MR DORRELL SAGE (89) O Sherwood 5 11 2............................... T Garner (3)
77
6
U- THE WINNINGTIPSTER (19) P Henderson 5 11 2 .........................T J O’Brien
64
7 /25- WHITE VALIANT (241)(G) J Berry 5 11 2 .......................................... J Quinlan
91
8
3- GENERAL ALLENBY (16) H Tett 4 10 12 .............................................. M Grant
92
9
L5- ZILLION (16) Mrs S Gardner 4 10 12 ......................................Lucy Gardner (3)
84
10
L- HONEY P (360) Miss R Woodman 7 10 9 ...............................................T Phelan
74
11 6PL- REMEMBER ME WELL (15) R Rowe 5 10 9 .................................... J M Davies
61
12 /PP- SWIFT NATIVE (19) N Gifford 6 10 9 .....................................................A Wedge
64
Star Betting: — 11-10 Holryale, 6-4 It’s Got Legs, 4 White Valiant, 20 General Allenby,
25 Maratt, Zillion, Mr Dorrell Sage, 66 Swift Native, Zillion, The Winningtipster, 100 others.
STARFORM: HOLRYALE Danger: It’s Got Legs
7.15
GOODWIN RACING BETTING MARES’ HCAP CHASE
Class 4 (16 fences)
2m 6f
(5 runners)
£4,614
1 0/F- ATLANTA ABLAZE (12)(BF,G) H Daly 7 12 2 .................................. A Tinkler
93
2 3/P- CHANTARA ROSE (90)(G)(P,T) P Bowen 9 11 12 ............................ S Bowen
96
3 2PL- LEE SIDE LADY (225)(G,S) N Mulholland 8 11 7 ............................R T Dunne
97
4 UP1- TARA MAC (25)(S)(P) T Vaughan 9 11 1.............................................. A Johns ★99
5 111- BENNYS GIRL (12)(S) D L Williams 10 10 6 ............... Mr Shane Quinlan (7)
98
Star Betting: — 2 Bennys Girl, 5-2 Atlanta Ablaze, 11-4 Tara Mac, 6 Lee Side Lady, 8
Chantara Rose.
STARFORM: BENNYS GIRL Danger: Lee Side Lady
7.45
CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP HURDLE
Class 4 (10 flights)
2m 3f
(9 runners)
£4,094
1 52L- ZEN MASTER (28)(BF,G)(H) C Mann 6 11 12 ..............Angus Cheleda (10)
94
2 U11- RAMORE WILL (30)(C,G,S)(H) C Gordon 7 11 11 ................................ H Reed ★99
3 03L- JUSTIFICATION (86)(S) G L Moore 10 11 9 ....................................H Teal (3)
86
4 020- STOLE THE SHOW (128) Dr R Newland 6 11 9 ....................C Hammond (6)
90
5 45P- PRESENT DESTINY (116) J W Mullins 6 11 8 .......................... D Sansom (3)
88
6 4U3- MONDAY CLUB (13)(H) D F Davis 5 11 7 ................................Alan Doyle (7)
87
7
22- PIRATE LOOK (41)(BF)(P*) M Keighley 4 11 4............................. H Stock (6)
87
8 06L- WELLUPTOSCRATCH (14)(G)(T) D Arbuthnot 7 10 9 ..................... R Patrick
84
9 055- BACKINTHESADDLE (138)(S)(T) D Steele 10 10 7 ........................ P Cowley
81
Star Betting: — 9-4 Ramore Will, 10-3 Pirate Look, 9-2 Stole The Show, 6
Justification, 8 Monday Club, 10 Zen Master, 14 Present Destiny, 20 Others.
STARFORM: PIRATE LOOK Danger: Monday Club
STANDARD OPEN NH FLAT RACE
8.15 MYRACING.COM
Class 5 2m 2f
(8 runners)
£2,274
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
203- BLACK LIGHTNING (24)(P*) N Gifford 5 10 12..............................J M Davies ★99
DADSINLUCK T Vaughan 5 10 12 ........................................................... A Johns
82
00- LORD CONDI (79) M Keighley 5 10 12 ..............................................A Coleman
91
225- SHANNON LIGHT (24)(P*) B Johnson 6 10 12 .................................H Teal (7)
93
BITOFBLINDING G L Moore 4 10 8 ............................................A Glassonbury
85
4- GO FORRIT (33) D Arbuthnot 4 10 8 ........................................... N De Boinville
91
JOHNNY ROCCO H Whittington 4 10 8............................................H Bannister
92
MANNING ESTATE O Sherwood 4 10 8 ........................................ T Garner (3)
87
Star Betting: — 5-2 Bitofblinding, 3 Johnny Rocco, 9-2 Manning Estate, 5 Black
Lightning, 8 Dadsinluck, 9 Shannon Light, 14 Lord Condi, 25 Go Forrit.
STARFORM: BLACK LIGHTNING Danger: Go Forrit
40
DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
RACING RESULTS
BRIGHTON
2.00: 1, ROUNDABOUT MAGIC (N
Mackay 10-1); 2, Pride Of Angels (9-2);
3, Foxtrot Knight (6-5 fav). shd, hd. 4
ran. S Dow. Tote: £11.30; Ex: £24.60.
Tf: £59.10. CSF: £45.69.
2.30: 1, SOUMEI (P Cosgrave 11-4);
2, Haylah (9-4 fav); 3, Hedonism (5-1).
1l, 11/2l. 8 ran. Ed Walker. Tote: £3.10;
pl £1.10, £1.20, £2.10. Exacta: £9.90.
Trifecta: £34.20. CSF: £9.58. NR:
Maximum Power.
3.00: 1, KACHUMBA (S Woods 9-2);
2, River Rule (12-1); 3, Following
Breeze
(13-2).
3-1
jtfav
Silverturnstogold, 3-1 jtfav Racehorse.
1/2l, ns. 11 ran. R Guest. Tote: £5.60; pl
£1.60, £3.60, £2.00. Exacta: £64.30.
Tricast: £362.33. Trifecta: £331.40.
CSF: £57.46.
3.35: 1, ATEEM (S Levey 13-8 fav);
2, Spirit Of Belle (3-1); 3, Black Caesar
(10-1). 21/2l, 41/2l. 7 ran. R Hannon.
Tote: £2.20; pl £1.30, £2.30. Ex: £6.70.
Tf: £24.50. CSF: £6.45.
4.05: 1, ESSPEEGEE (Darragh
Keenan 5-1); 2, Roy Rocket (17-2); 3,
Archimento (15-8 fav). 33/4l, 11/2l. 7
ran. A Bailey. Tote: £3.60; pl £1.50,
£5.60. Exacta: £34.50. Tricast: £106.35.
Trifecta: £110.70. CSF: £44.82. NR:
Amuletum.
4.35: 1, SHARP OPERATOR (W
Carson 7-2); 2, Joyful Dream (3-1
jtfav); 3, Baby Gal (3-1 jtfav). 21/4l, 1l.
8 ran. C Wallis. Tote: £4.30; pl £1.50,
£1.10, £1.60. Exacta: £17.90. Trifecta:
£34.00. CSF: £14.80. NR: Navarra
Princess, Spike’s Princess.
5.05: 1, NUTINI (L Keniry 11-8
jtfav); 2, Balgair (11-8 jtfav); 3, Daring
Guest (11-1). hd, 3l. 6 ran. M Saunders.
Tote: £2.20; pl £1.10, £1.10. Exacta:
£3.60. Trifecta: £10.00. CSF: £3.28. NR:
Duke Of North.
QUADPOT: £21.90
PLACEPOT: £255.00
THIRSK
1.50: 1, FASTMAN (Daniel Tudhope
7-1); 2, Dragon Beat (5-1); 3, Victory
Command (10-3). 6-4 fav Bengali
Spirit. 11/4l, hd. 9 ran. D O’Meara.
Tote: £7.70; pl £2.50, £1.30, £1.40.
Exacta: £45.10. Trifecta: £200.20. CSF:
£41.23.
2.20: 1, MYSTIC MEG (D Brock 2-1
fav); 2, Margie’s Choice (5-2); 3, Lady
Safeara (12-1). 11/2l, 11/2l. 10 ran. H
Palmer. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.50, £1.20,
£3.00. Ex: £8.00. Tf: £78.80. CSF: £6.77.
NR: Herringswell.
2.50: 1, FEATHERY (S Donohoe 6-5
Today’s top Chester tips from Starform
fav); 2, Yeah Baby Yeah (5-2); 3,
Palenville (9-1). 31/2l, ns. 5 ran. C
Fellowes. Tote: £2.00; pl £1.30, £1.30.
Exacta: £3.70. Trifecta: £19.00. CSF:
£4.34. NR: Forever A Lady.
3.20: 1, BLAZING SADDLES
(Daniel Tudhope 9-5 fav); 2, Lucky
Deal (8-1); 3, Caliburn (11-1). 11/4l,
shd. 7 ran. R Beckett. Tote: £2.20; pl
£1.90, £3.90. Exacta: £14.60. Trifecta:
£98.90. CSF: £16.01. NR: Colenso.
3.55: 1, ACCLAIM THE NATION (J
Hart 7-1); 2, Poyle Vinnie (15-2); 3,
Computable (16-1). 4-1 fav Rasheeq.
1/2l, 11/4l. 14 ran. E Alston. Tote: £8.70;
pl £2.50, £1.90, £5.70. Exacta: £61.70.
Tricast: £816.35. Trifecta: £774.70.
CSF: £56.03. NR: Elysian Flyer, Signore
Piccolo.
4.25: 1, MILITIA (P Hanagan 4-5
fav); 2, Hop Maddocks (5-2); 3, Madam
Devious (7-1). 3/4l, 13/4l. 7 ran. R Fahey.
Tote: £1.60; pl £1.10, £1.30. Exacta:
£3.10. Trifecta: £7.30. CSF: £2.53. NR:
Capla Demon, Cavendish Place, Fairy
Falcon, Paco Escostar.
4.55: 1, WHITKIRK (J Garritty 7-2);
2, Zeshov (11-4 fav); 3, Midnight
Macchiato (7-1). 33/4l, 3/4l. 8 ran. J
O’Keeffe. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.40, £1.10,
£2.80. Exacta: £11.70. Tricast: £56.39.
Trifecta: £103.30. CSF: £12.38. NR:
Planetaria.
5.25: 1, MANGO CHUTNEY (P
Makin 7-2); 2, Vive La Difference (15-8
fav); 3, Mywayistheonlyway (11-1). nk,
3/4l. 8 ran. J J Davies. Tote: £3.60; pl
1
£1.40, £1.30, £3.50. Exacta: £11.80.
Tricast: £63.27. Trifecta: £99.10. CSF:
£10.50. NR: Dreamofdiscovery.
QUADPOT: £7.90
PLACEPOT: £32.60
FAKENHAM
2.10: 1, ASCENDANT (P Cowley
5-6 fav); 2, Hatem (14-1); 3, Tiger Trek
(11-8). 3/4l, 22l. 6 ran. J Farrelly. Tote:
£1.80; pl £1.10, £5.50. Exacta: £7.90.
Trifecta: £14.10. CSF: £11.45.
2.40: 1, MILLEN DOLLAR MAN (R
McLernon 5-1); 2, Caviar D’Allen (3-1);
3, That’s The Deal (10-1). 11-4 fav
Midnight Mustang. 7l, 23/4l. 6 ran. A
Dunn. Tote: £4.40; pl £3.00, £1.90.
Exacta: £22.60. Tricast: £135.24.
Trifecta: £172.20. CSF: £20.09. NR:
How About It, King Cool, Postbridge.
3.10: 1, POTTERS HEDGER (J
Sherwood 7-2); 2, Hatchet Jack (5-4 fav);
3, Touchy Subject (11-1). 11/2l, 13/4l. 6
ran. Mrs L Wadham. Tote: £3.40; pl £2.40,
£1.10. Ex: £8.10. Tf: £29.50. CSF: £8.23.
NR: Flynnvincible.
3.45: 1, EMERALD ROSE (M Grant
14-1); 2, Set List (6-1); 3, Court King
(10-1). 5-1 fav Some Kinda Lama. 13l,
1
4 /2l. 13 ran. J S Smith. Tote: £15.30; pl
£3.90, £2.80, £4.50. Ex: £137.10. Tricast:
£899.57. Trifecta: £1975.30. CSF:
£99.22.
4.15: 1, APACHE SONG (H
Bannister 5-2); 2, Amron Kali (9-2); 3,
Northern Beau (10-1). 2-1 fav Potters
Midnight. 7l, 1/2l. 6 ran. J Eustace.
Tote: £3.30; pl £1.40, £2.10. Ex: £13.00.
Tf: £88.40. CSF: £13.65.
4.45: 1, STROLLAWAYNOW (Mr
Benedict Shaw 12-1); 2, Can Mestret
(5-1); 3, Caulkin (100-1). 2-1 fav Bound
For Glory. 10l, 11l. 9 ran. D Arbuthnot.
Tote: £13.60; pl £2.70, £2.00, £13.60.
Exacta: £79.30. Trifecta: £2974.00.
CSF: £70.40.
QUADPOT: £98.80
PLACEPOT: £415.30
EXETER
5.50: 1, TILLYTHETANK (W
Hutchinson 7-2); 2, Secret Escape (1-3
fav); 3, Mrs Miggins (10-1). 6l, 4l. 11
ran. A King. Tote: £4.90; pl £1.10,
£1.02, £2.30. Ex: £7.40. CSF: £5.72. NR:
Admiral’s Sunset.
6.20: 1, SEROSEVSKY (N P Madden
3-1); 2, Rockpoint (2-5 fav); 3, Beyond
Supremacy (14-1). 13/4l, 10l. 8 ran. H
Fry. Tote: £4.80; pl £1.10, £1.02, £3.50.
Exacta: £5.40. Trifecta: £24.90. CSF:
£5.25. NR: Buster Moon, Champ,
Commodore Barry, Menapian, Orchard
Thieves, Out Of Style.
6.50: 1, MAX FORTE (Bryony Frost
4-1); 2, Waterloo Warrior (9-2); 3, Katy
P (12-1). 7-2 fav Jully Les Buxy. 31/2l,
11/4l. 10 ran. C Down. Tote: £4.60; pl
£1.50, £1.90, £3.00. Exacta: £23.90.
Tricast: £201.78. Trifecta: £230.20.
CSF: £23.36. NR: Coningsby, Join The
Clan, Just A Sting, Mon Palois, Zero
Grand.
7.20: 1, KINGS LAD (T Scudamore
17-2); 2, Triple Chief (5-1); 3, Lip
Service (4-1 fav). 21/2l, 31/4l. 8 ran. C
Tizzard. Tote: £10.10; pl £2.90, £1.80,
£1.60. Exacta: £58.30. Tricast: £196.10.
Trifecta: £426.30. CSF: £49.61. NR:
Above Board, Admiral’s Secret, Bredon
Hill Lad, Conna Cross.
7.50: 1, CREATIVE INERTA (Mr R
Dingle 9-4); 2, The Lizard King (7-1); 3,
Brandy And Red (16-1). 5-6 fav
Mistress Massini. 8l, 7l. 5 ran. Ben
Clarke. Tote: £2.70; pl £1.30, £2.60.
Exacta: £9.30. Trifecta: £57.60. CSF:
£16.09. NR: The Two Amigos.
8.20: 1, RHYTHM IS A DANCER
(Bryony Frost 2-1 fav); 2, Earth Moor
(11-2); 3, Shiroccan Roll (25-1). 8l, 3/4l.
9 ran. P Nicholls. Tote: £2.60; pl £1.20,
£1.70, £4.60. Exacta: £14.70. Trifecta:
£173.00. CSF: £13.65. NR: Drift Rock,
Global Rhapsody, Grey Diamond,
Jeremiah James, Master Card, Nifty At
Fifty, Rufio.
QUADPOT: £33.30
PLACEPOT: £119.60
LUDLOW
5.30: 1, DIAMOND GUY (H Cobden
1-4 fav); 2, Djarkevi (4-1); 3,
Blackjacktennessee (100-1). 5l, 12l. 8
ran. P Nicholls. Tote: £1.30; pl £1.02,
£1.40, £14.90. Exacta: £2.90. Trifecta:
£46.20. CSF: £2.86.
6.00: 1, PEMBROKE HOUSE (R
Patrick 11-2); 2, Gorsky Island (9-2
fav); 3, Tb Broke Her (6-1). ns, 11/2l. 11
ran. S-J Davies. Tote: £5.70; pl £1.50,
£2.00, £1.60. Exacta: £24.80. Tricast:
£153.00. Trifecta: £31.80. CSF: £30.46.
NR: Amber Gambler.
6.30: 1, NIGHTFLY (Jonathan
Burke 4-1); 2, Walden Prince (14-1); 3,
Jackthejourneyman (6-1). 7-2 fav King
Spirit. 1l, 41/2l. 13 ran. C Longsdon.
Tote: £4.30; pl £2.00, £4.30, £1.80.
Exacta: £63.10. Tricast: £331.28.
Trifecta: £225.20. CSF: £53.11.
7.00: 1, MONBEG LEGEND (N De
Boinville 9-4 fav); 2, Sumkindofking
(5-1); 3, Solatentif (5-1). 41/2l, 4l. 5 ran.
N Henderson. Tote: £2.60; pl £1.30,
£2.20. Exacta: £13.60. Trifecta: £39.80.
CSF: £13.29.
7.30: 1, AYLA’S EMPEROR (R T
Dunne 20-1); 2, St John’s (25-1); 3,
Samson’s Reach (6-1). 3-1 fav Captain
Simon. 11/2l, 3l. 13 ran. J Flint. Tote:
£26.20; pl £6.10, £8.10, £2.40. Exacta:
£590.80. Tricast: £3361.69. Trifecta:
Not won. CSF: £425.66.
8.00: 1, EQUUS MILLAR (Mr Z
Baker 7-1); 2, Nikki Steel (6-1); 3, Billy
My Boy (22-1). 9-2 fav Blazon. 21/4l, 9l.
14 ran. N Twiston-Davies. Tote: £7.60;
pl £2.40, £2.10, £4.60. Exacta: £68.80.
Tricast: £895.58. Trifecta: £784.40.
CSF: £45.44. NR: Irish Hawke.
8.30: 1, LUST FOR GLORY (J
McGrath 10-11 fav); 2, Crackle Lyn
Rosie (33-1); 3, Ruby Tiger (16-1); 4,
My Lady Grey (7-1). 31/4l, ns, 1/2l. 16
ran. N Henderson. Tote: £1.80; pl £1.10,
£8.40, £3.40. Exacta: £41.30. Trifecta:
£744.00. CSF: £50.51.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of £12,288.53
carried over.
QUADPOT: £191 PLACEPOT: £200.50
HUNTING CAN
BLOW
HIS HORN
1.50
There was a lot to like about the
way that NO LIPPY (nb) went
about her business on her Doncaster debut.
She broke well and, despite showing
greenness, battled on well for a decisive
victory. If she shows that early pace again,
then she can take advantage of her low
draw which is against hat-trick seeking
Kinks. She has made great strides since
showing promise on her debut and was
most impressive when scoring easily at
Ripon. She actually finished behind Lihou
when the pair met at Kempton,
though only a head separated
them and there should be little
to choose between the pair.
2.25
Aidan O’Brien,
pictured, has
won five of the last 10
runnings of this event. Three
go to war for him with Magic
Wand the mount of Ryan
Moore. She is related to an
Irish Oaks winner and is expected
to improve. However, her stablemate,
DRAMATICALLY,, may be the answer. Her
mother won this race in 2011 before
finishing second in the real thing at Epsom.
The step up to this distance should play to
her strengths. Kinaesthesia missed the
break and was green on her Nottingham
debut but still won with something in hand.
She is highly regarded and plenty is
expected of her. John Gosden won this last
year and has Wetherby maiden scorer,
Award Winning, batting for him today.
3.00
It was a promising return from
SHOWMETHEDOUGH
(treble) at Thirsk. He has dropped a pound
but the form of that race has been franked
and he is blessed with a low draw. So is
Spoof, whose Sandown third reads well in
the context of this race. It is quite possible
that Formidable Kitt has got in here on a
decent mark for her handicap debut. She
has been campaigned at Pattern level
since winning her maiden at
Newmarket.
3.35
Aidan O’Brien has
won this race a
record eight times, so knows
what is required. HUNTING
HORN (nap) may prove the
best of his trio. He was third
when Ispolini and he filled the
places behind Sevenna Star at
Sandown but he met trouble in
running and was doing his best work
at the finish to suggest this trip would be
ideal. There should be little between the pair
and both yards are in cracking form. The
selection’s stablemate, Flag Of Honour, is
a possible on his recent Longchamp third
and easy Newbury maiden winner, Young
Rascal, is well regarded and should
improve again. He also hails from a stable in
sparkling form.
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S FIVE MEETINGS
C - Chester F - Fontwell
K - Kelso N - Newton Abbot
W - Wolverhampton
Aaryam ......................... N
Achill Road Boy ........... K
Adjutant ........................W
Air Ministry...................W
Akarita Lights .............. K
Alcala ............................ N
Alejandro ...................... C
All Kings ....................... N
Alltimegold ................... F
Alqalsar ........................W
Always Tipsy................ K
Amarone Gentleman ... K
Amilliontimes ............... K
Angel Force.................. C
Applaus ........................ K
Argentello ..................... C
Arthur’s Spirit .............. C
Astraea .........................W
Atlanta Ablaze.............. F
Attention Please .......... K
Audora .......................... N
Award Winning ............ C
Backinthesaddle .......... F
Bally Conor .................. K
Ballybolley.................... N
Ballyfarsoon .................W
Baritone ........................ C
Baron Von Chill ........... N
Be Mindful ....................W
Bee An Aristocrat ........ N
5.25
3.45
7.25
5.55
5.15
3.55
5.05
2.45
5.10
8.25
2.35
5.15
3.45
3.00
4.15
4.05
1.50
6.25
7.15
3.45
2.10
2.25
7.45
5.15
3.55
5.55
4.05
5.25
6.25
5.25
Beloved Knight ............W
Benechenko ................. F
Benny’s Secret ............ K
Bennys Girl .................. F
Berry De Carjac ........... N
Big Bad Dog ................. K
Big Time Maybe ........... C
Billy Booth ...................W
Billy Dylan .................... C
Bitofblinding ................ F
Black Anthem .............. F
Black Jack Rover......... K
Black Lightning ........... F
Blu Cavalier.................. N
Bocasien Desbois ....... K
Bouclier ........................W
Brave Spartacus .......... K
Brigadoon.....................W
Brown Revel................. N
Bungee Jump............... C
Calix Delafayette.......... K
Captain Jameson......... C
Captain Kurt ................. K
Casemates Square ......W
Casino Markets ............ N
Cathal’s Star ................ K
Cellar Vie ...................... K
Centreofexcellence...... N
Chain Of Beacons ....... K
Champagne To Go ...... K
Chantara Rose ............. F
Cheerfilly ...................... C
Cherif De L’isle ............ K
Chief Ironside .............. C
6.25
6.15
3.10
7.15
5.25
5.15
3.00
8.55
3.00
8.15
5.10
2.35
8.15
3.20
2.35
8.25
4.15
5.55
2.45
4.35
2.00
4.35
5.15
5.55
3.55
2.00
5.15
5.25
4.15
3.10
7.15
5.05
2.35
4.05
Chill In The Wood ........ F
Chocolat Noir ............... K
Chocolate Diamond..... F
Christmas Twenty ....... K
Cintex............................ F
City Dreamer ................W
Classical Milano .......... K
Cleni Wells ................... N
Cobajayisland .............. K
Come On Charlie ......... N
Critical Thinking ..........W
Cut The Corner ............ N
Dadsinluck ................... F
Daleelak ........................ F
Dance Of Time ............. K
Danceintothelight ........ K
Dark Thunder ............... C
Darry Desbois .............. K
Dee Ex Bee ................... C
Deliverance ..................W
Dell’ Arca ...................... N
Desirable Court............ N
Doesyourdogbite .........W
Don Lami ...................... F
Double W’s ................... K
Down Time ...................W
Dramatically ................. C
Dropzone ...................... F
Drumlee Sunset ........... N
Ebqaa ............................W
Eco Warrior .................. K
Ella’s Dene ................... K
Ellen Gates ...................W
Elliot The Dragon.........W
5.45
3.10
5.10
3.10
6.15
5.55
3.45
4.25
3.45
5.25
8.25
3.55
8.15
6.45
4.45
3.10
1.50
5.15
3.35
7.25
4.55
2.10
5.55
6.15
4.15
5.55
2.25
5.10
4.55
6.55
4.45
2.00
8.55
8.55
Elmono ......................... K
Encrypted ..................... C
Energia Flavio ..............W
Enforcement.................W
English Pale ................. N
Enzo Barbieri ............... K
Epaulement ..................W
Excellent Times ........... C
Family Tree .................. C
Firmage Burg ...............W
Five Amarones............. C
Flag Of Honour ............ C
Flight To Milan ............. N
Flugzeug ....................... F
Forever Together ......... C
Formidable Kitt ............ C
Fort Smith .................... F
Fourth Act .................... N
Franz Klammer ............ N
Free Range ................... K
French Mix ...................W
Frizzle ........................... N
Full Suit ........................W
Funkadelic ....................W
Furni Factors ...............W
Gabrial The Saint ......... C
Garden Oasis ...............W
General Allenby ........... F
Ginbar ........................... C
Gingersdunthelot......... C
Glamorous Rocket ......W
Glimpse Of Gold .......... N
Global Academy .......... C
Global Thrill ................. N
GREYHOUNDS
CENTRAL PARK
11.01 FINAL PAL (1) ......................Trapstyle Loyal (3)
11.16 FIFTHSTREETPENNY (5) .Get There Peppa (2)
11.31 SAVANA RITA (1) .................. Pair Of Ducks (5)
11.46 OUR UNIQUE LULU (nb) (2) .Suirview Arwin (1)
12.01 AUGHABOY MILLIE (nap) (5)...Yassoo Bob (2)
12.16 ELECTION REWARD (1) ....... Lets Go Ruby (3)
12.31 SIGN FIZZY (3) .............................Dark Fibre (5)
12.46 DIVAS LILY (1) ......................White Mischief (5)
1.01 WELL LANE LOCK (2)..................Nice Wood (3)
1.16 BILLYS ROCKET (1) ...............Kentish Dream (3)
1.31 CLOHEENA ANDRE (1) .......Cath Putkettleon (2)
1.49 DESIGNER DEEJAY (1) ............ Another Lucy (6)
MONMORE
2.06 JAYS GANGSTER (5) ..................... Brubaker (6)
2.22 COOLAGORNA GIGGS (1) ..... Mythical Bean (5)
2.42 BARRACK EDDIE (4) ............ Ruths Diamond (6)
3.02 KABULL (6) .................................. Dans Rock (5)
3.19 QUARTERLAND MADY (5)... Farloe Starman (6)
3.39 CHAUFFEUR MILAZA (3) ....... Pennys Mercy (2)
3.59 HURRY HARRY (4) ...........Princessbowdrops (6)
4.19 CLOUD CUCKOO (6) ........ Supreme Monaco (5)
4.39 DRUIDS SOME PLAN (4)...... Droopys Image (3)
4.58 FINAL BOY (nb) (1) ............... Havana Twiggy (5)
5.18 CAVIES JOKER (6) ...........Westmead Hunter (5)
5.37 STELLAS DYNAMO (2) ....... Spa Road Piper (1)
5.54 DOWER THEO (nap) (2)........ Starcash Storm (1)
6.09 YOU LITTLE CAIN (1) ............... Embers Fury (2)
DONCASTER
6.27 KILBREEDY ZEB (nb) (1) .............. Moyar Sal (2)
6.47 CLOUGHMOR SMILER (1) ..Shaneboy Apple (3)
7.03 CLOCKWORK ORANGE (3) .... Headleys Cashen (2)
7.18 HEAD OVER HEELS (5) ..Edermine Low Low (2)
7.34 MOANDUFF BELL (2) ........... Olivers Cracker (4)
7.51 BLUES AND TWOS (4) .....Russanda Roscoe (6)
8.06 BRACKENSTONE SUE (4) ....Headford Hope (5)
8.23 MILLCROFT GLORY (4) ........... Droopys Pop (1)
8.38 PRETTY SOLID (6) ............................Our Doc (1)
8.54 TYRAP FLYBE (2) ..................... Clonoulty Jet (6)
9.11 CALIFORNIA BLAZE (2) ....... Ballygloss Lady (1)
9.26 BLAKEFIELD JADE (nap) (2) .Reagrove Marj (3)
ROMFORD
11.09 CARRY DUFF (1) ...................Borwick Nurse (2)
11.24 SPANGLES (4) .................. Danaismias Lady (5)
11.39 BALYFIDORA MINI (2) ................ Livs Poppy (1)
11.54 CATUNDA COLLEEN (5) .............Ants Lazer (1)
12.09 CUSHTYBOT RIPPER (5) ... Farewell Boleyn (6)
12.24 DEVON CHOICE (3) .....................Bridge Mia (4)
12.39 CHOPCHOP MATILDA (nb) (5) ....Ardrahan Zanziba (3)
12.54 CATUNDA ROMA (1) ...........................Act In (4)
1.08 PITTSBURGH ROCKY (4) .....Basvegas Doris (6)
1.22 DROOPYS MISCHIEF (2) ....... Faranbeg Scott (4)
1.39 BOOM ROOM ECHO (3) ....... Newlawn Danny (5)
1.57 AINTGOTNOTIME (nap) (6) Jaytee Hollywood (5)
HOVE
2.12
2.32
2.52
3.11
3.29
3.49
4.09
4.29
4.48
5.08
5.28
5.44
6.02
6.19
DANCE TAYLOR (1) ......................Lloyds Lad
WHERES DIGGER (3) ........Westberry Memoir
SUIRVIEW BORIS (nap) (3) .Steeple Rd Oisin
SISTERS MISTER (4) ............. Mannix Apache
WHATCANGOWRONG (2)........ Droopys Quip
CRAGG WOOD (2) ........................... Prokofiev
ANNIES CHARM (2) ............ Harmonic Dancer
ASHBY PASTURES (nb) (6) .Madabout Messi
SCORE ON THEFOUR (1) .....Forelacka Send
CONOR PASS FLYER (3) ........ Comeongetoff
BALLYHI DEAN (1) ..................... Gustys Brae
FRONT STEP (3) .................... Clairekeith Iona
WESTMEAD KARA (5) .......... Brinkleys Daisy
SWIFT ORAN (3) .......................Droopys Tony
(4)
(6)
(1)
(5)
(5)
(1)
(5)
(1)
(5)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(2)
SUNDERLAND RPGTV
6.28
6.48
7.06
7.22
7.37
7.52
8.07
8.22
8.37
8.51
9.07
9.22
CHETWYND POLLY (4) ............ Mouna Schist
HARDWICK CHIEF (1) ..............Socks And All
TWINS PRIMCO (nap) (5) .............Heroic Man
SUIRVIEW FARAH (4) ...........Chetwynd Rock
PITY ME PUMA (2) ..................Footfield Frano
CASHEN WOURI (nb) (2) ...... Copeland Lu Lu
MILESIAN MECCA (6) ..........Crossfield Diane
FIELDHOUSE BLITZ (6) ............... Swift Adele
CAIRNS NATALIE (1) .............Glasheen Faye
PENNYS LOSS (5) .............. Slim The Rooster
SHELLAM LARRY (5) ............. Out Of Service
LANODY MELODY (2) .........Camerons Indalo
(5)
(5)
(4)
(3)
(1)
(5)
(1)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(6)
(3)
3.10
4.35
8.25
6.25
4.25
5.15
7.25
4.35
3.35
6.55
1.50
3.35
4.25
5.45
2.25
3.00
5.45
4.55
5.25
2.35
6.55
2.10
5.55
8.55
8.55
4.35
7.25
6.45
4.35
1.50
8.55
5.25
3.00
4.25
Go Charlie ....................W
Go Forrit ....................... F
Go Sandy......................W
Golden Investment ...... K
Graystown .................... K
Grey Destiny ................W
Harry The Potter .......... K
Haxby Juniors..............W
Hazarfiya....................... C
Heart Of Soul ............... C
Heaven’s Guest ........... C
Henryville ..................... N
Here’s Alice .................. C
Hewouldwouldnthe......W
Higgs............................. N
High Jinx ...................... K
Highly Sprung ..............W
Hills Of Connemara ..... K
Hipz ...............................W
Holryale ........................ F
Honey P ........................ F
Howlongisafoot............ F
Howman........................ C
Hunting Horn ............... C
Ice Konig ...................... N
Ice Tres ......................... N
Ifandbutwhynot ............ K
In The Hold ................... F
Indigo Stamp................ N
Infrastructure ............... C
Intransigent .................. C
Island Sound ................W
Ispolini .......................... C
It’s Got Legs................. F
7.55
8.15
8.55
3.45
3.10
8.25
5.15
8.55
2.25
4.05
5.05
3.55
2.25
5.55
3.20
2.00
8.25
2.00
7.55
6.45
6.45
5.10
4.05
3.35
5.25
5.25
4.15
5.45
5.25
4.05
5.05
7.25
3.35
6.45
Jahaafel ........................W
Jenny Ren ....................W
Jensue .......................... C
Jetstream...................... C
Joegogo........................ C
John Biscuit ................. F
Johnny Rocco.............. F
Judge Judy .................. F
Jumbo’s Boy ................ N
Justification ................. F
Kenstone ...................... C
Kilcullen Bellamy......... N
Kinaesthesia ................ C
Kinks ............................. C
Kiwi Myth...................... N
Kublai............................ N
Ladurelli........................W
Lady Persephone ........W
Lady Prancealot........... C
Lamb Or Cod................ N
Last Page ..................... C
Lee Side Lady .............. F
Light From Mars ..........W
Light My Fire ................ C
Lihou ............................. C
Looks A Million ............ C
Lord Condi ................... F
Lord Murphy ................W
Magic Wand ................. C
Manning Estate ............ F
Maratt ............................ F
Marietta Robusti .......... C
Mighty Leader .............. N
Miles Christianus......... C
7.25
6.25
1.50
3.35
3.00
5.10
8.15
6.15
3.20
7.45
5.05
2.10
2.25
1.50
2.10
5.25
5.55
6.55
1.50
4.55
4.35
7.15
7.55
1.50
1.50
3.00
8.15
7.55
2.25
8.15
6.45
4.35
2.45
3.35
Minella Style................. F
Minstrel Royal .............. K
Mischief Managed .......W
Monaco Rose ...............W
Monday Club ................ F
Montague...................... C
Moon of Baroda ........... C
Mossy’s Lodge ............W
Mr Dorrell Sage ............ F
Mr Top Hat.................... C
My Amigo ..................... C
Nabhan ......................... N
Navarra Princess .........W
Nearly There................. K
Nelson’s Touch............ N
Neola ............................. C
No I’m Easy .................. C
No Lippy ....................... C
No Such Number ......... K
Oak Vintage.................. K
Oldtown Polly .............. N
One Flew Over .............W
Opera Buffa ..................W
Outer Space ................. C
Overland Flyer ............. N
Pact Of Steel ................W
Painters Lad ................. K
Pammi ...........................W
Party Royal...................W
Percy Prosecco ...........W
Perfect Illusion............. C
Peterborough ............... N
Pilkington ..................... C
Pirate Look ................... F
5.10
3.10
7.55
6.55
7.45
4.35
4.05
7.55
6.45
4.35
5.05
4.25
6.25
5.15
4.25
4.35
4.35
1.50
3.10
4.15
2.10
7.25
6.55
5.05
2.45
6.25
2.00
6.25
5.55
6.25
3.35
3.20
4.35
7.45
Play The Ace ................ N
Poet’s Charm ............... N
Pointed And Sharp ...... N
Porchy Party ................ C
Present Destiny ........... F
Pretty Miss Mahler....... K
Princess Yaiza ............. C
Project Mars ................. F
Proschema ................... C
Pushkin Museum .........W
Raise A Little Joy ........W
Ramore Will.................. F
Rapid Rise ....................W
Reaplee ......................... K
Remember Me Well ..... F
Requinto Dawn ............ C
Revenge........................W
Right Touch ................. C
Rising Sunshine ..........W
Roaring Forties ............ C
Robin De Broome ........ F
Robintheaulad.............. K
Rockesbury .................. C
Rocket Man Rodney .... K
Roll On Rory ................ C
Roman Flight ............... N
Romulus Du Donjon .... K
Roo Roo ....................... K
Rosemary Russet ........ N
Royal Mandate ............. K
Royals And Rebels ...... F
Russian Spy ................. N
Russiantom .................. K
Scorpion Star ............... N
WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.09: Uppa Murph (5) 9-2,
Some Dance (1) 7-2, bf: £26.62,
tri: (5-1-6) £81.27. 11.24: Our Jay
(1) 11-10 fav, Quare Honey (3)
7-2, bf: £6.17, tri: (1-3-5) £28.39.
11.39: Nomoneymrscoffey (3) 3-1,
Cape Icon (6) 5-1, bf: £21.62, tri:
(3-6-5) £49.42. 11.54: Hatfield
Garry (6) 2-1 fav, Claudius
Maximus (5) 7-1, bf: £16.16, tri:
(6-5-1) £51.09. 12.09: Beechwood
Street (2) 9-2, Cairns Soyuz (3)
7-2, NR: Camlin Hawk (res), bf:
£22.52, tri: (2-3-6) £0.00. 12.24:
Ten Past Eight (3) 10-3, Rhaegal
(6) 2-1 fav, bf: £13.08, tri: (3-6-5)
£34.81. 12.39: Miomi (2) 7-2, Miss
Hunter (3) 6-4 fav, bf: £12.52, tri:
(2-3-1) £49.84. 12.54: Hulks
Rocket (5) 2-1 fav, Sign Jake (1)
4-1, (dd-ht 3rd), bf: £12.03, tri:
(5-1-2) £25.26, (5-1-3) £13.71.
1.08: Tiger Bear (6) 3-1, Hollyoak
Marine (5) 7-1, bf: £24.25, tri:
(6-5-1) £75.99. 1.22: Whats Onthe
Menu (1) 11-4 jt-fav, Sia Atthe
Line (2) 11-4 jt-fav, bf: £10.80,
tri: (1-2-6) £27.05. 1.39: Ticking
Clock (1) 4-1, Hollyoak Bentley
(6) 5-2 fav, bf: £18.61, tri: (1-6-5)
£58.14. 1.57: Masabo Rocket (2)
4-1, Old Fort Freeway (1) 2-1, bf:
£15.72, tri: (2-1-6) £30.33. Placer
(£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £268.00,
(Races 7-12) £69.60.
CRAYFORD
11.01: Generous Maud (2) 4-1,
Ballyroyal Sarah (4) 2-1, bf:
£18.42, tri: (2-4-6) £78.30. 11.16:
Supa Kaz (6) 3-1, Lemming Vane
(5) 2-1 fav, bf: £10.47, tri: (6-5-4)
£29.64. 11.31: Inouropinion (4)
7-4 fav, Only Dreaming (3) 7-1,
bf: £15.79, tri: (4-3-1) £0.00.
11.46: Newlawn Jimbob (6) 9-2,
Pesky Pheasant (2) 7-2, bf: £27.03,
tri: (6-2-1) £67.55. 12.01: Scruffs
Tylier
(4)
3-1
jt-fav,
3.55
3.20
4.25
3.00
7.45
3.45
2.25
5.10
3.35
7.55
8.55
7.45
7.55
2.00
6.45
4.35
8.55
5.05
7.55
5.05
5.10
2.35
4.05
5.15
5.05
3.55
2.35
5.15
2.10
2.35
5.45
5.25
2.00
5.25
Scotswell ...................... K
See Mores Finale ......... K
Shaherezada ................ C
Shailene ........................ C
Shake It Up ................... K
Shannon Light ............. F
Shantou Prince ............ K
Shepherd’s Bight......... K
Sheriff Garrett ..............W
Showmethedough ....... C
Shrubland ..................... N
Sir Lancelott.................W
Sitsi ...............................W
Sizing Platinum............ N
Slade Storm ................. K
Snazz Man .................... F
Snoop ........................... C
Soldier To Follow ........ C
Sonneofpresenting ...... N
Southfield Theatre ....... N
Spoof ............................ C
Stay In The Light .........W
Stole The Show............ F
Storm Ahead ................ C
Strange Society ...........W
Sudski Star................... K
Sultan Baybars ............ C
Summer Getaway ........ F
Summoned ................... K
Sunshineandbubbles ..W
Swatow ......................... N
Swift Native .................. F
Tajarrob ........................W
Tambour Major ............ K
Tara Mac ....................... F 7.15
Tasaaboq ......................W 7.55
Temir Kazyk ................. N 5.25
Templenaboe ............... K 2.00
The Amber Fort............W 8.25
The Boo Box ................ K 5.15
The Eaglehaslanded.... N 2.45
The Feathered Nest ..... C 5.05
The Fiddler ...................W 6.25
The Knot Is Tied ..........W 6.25
The Winningtipster ...... F 6.45
Thegreyvtrain ............... C 1.50
Three Colours Red ......W 5.55
Thundering Home........ N 5.25
Time To Reason...........W 8.25
Treasure The Ridge ..... N 4.25
Twin Appeal ................. C 5.05
Udogo ........................... N 5.25
Unsafe Conduct ........... N 5.25
Verandah ......................W 7.25
Vexillum ........................ F 5.10
Viola Park .....................W 7.55
Waikiki Waves.............. F 5.10
Watcombe Heights ...... N 4.25
Welluptoscratch........... F 7.45
Westfield Wonder ........W 6.25
White Valiant ................ F 6.45
Willshebetrying ............ F 5.10
Witness ......................... K 3.10
Worth Waiting ..............W 7.25
Young Rascal............... C 3.35
Zen Master ................... F 7.45
Zillion ............................ F 6.45
lNo horses to note today
3.45
4.45
2.25
2.25
3.45
8.15
4.45
3.10
5.55
3.00
4.25
7.55
8.55
3.55
5.15
5.10
4.05
4.05
4.55
4.55
3.00
6.25
7.45
5.05
7.25
4.15
5.05
5.10
4.45
6.55
2.10
6.45
7.25
4.45
PETERBOROUGH RPGTV
Hollyhillcronody (1) 4-1, bf:
£17.04, tri: (4-1-6) £45.15. 12.16:
Out of Alabama (2) 4-1, Bling
Bling Cara (1) 7-4 fav, bf: £14.21,
tri: (2-1-4) £59.21. 12.31: Deecees
Jager (5) 7-2, Moanteen Rooney
(6) 4-1, bf: £19.81, tri: (5-6-4)
£55.02. 12.46: Boherna Sheriff (1)
9-2, Organised Chaos (2) 9-4 fav,
bf: £16.50, tri: (1-2-6) £44.18.
1.01: Idol Choice (2) 8-1,
Clonmannon King (1) 9-4 fav, bf:
£31.43, tri: (2-1-3) £101.82. 1.16:
Sun Hill Brae (1) 9-2, Out of
Newyork (3) 5-1, bf: £34.77, tri:
(1-3-2) £77.44. 1.31: Droopys
Present (6) 7-2, Ballyanna (2) 2-1
fav, bf: £13.96, tri: (6-2-1) £35.09.
1.49: Rogue Mustang (5) 9-2,
Slowlane Sammy (6) 3-1 jt-fav,
bf: £22.70, tri: (5-6-3) £75.20.
Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6)
£103.00, (Races 7-12) £456.00.
HOVE
2.12: Forever Mick (2) 5-2 fav,
Toms Brady (5) 6-1, bf: £20.87,
tri: (2-5-4) £60.83. 2.32: Braemain
For Fun (1) 4-1, Forest Cathal (2)
7-2, bf: £17.40, tri: (1-2-3) £42.39.
2.52: Astute Torpedo (4) 5-2 fav,
Babyface Violet (1) 4-1, bf:
£13.63, tri: (4-1-6) £37.09. 3.11:
Guinness Brandy (3) 3-1, Out On
Bale (6) 9-4 fav, bf: £12.12, tri:
(3-6-2) £38.55. 3.29: Dinner
Southgate (1) 5-2, Waste House
Eco (6) 7-4 fav, bf: £8.55, tri: (1-63) £32.87. 3.49: Lemon Ava (1)
3-1, Farleyhill Mig (4) 9-2, bf:
£18.98, tri: (1-4-6) £29.96. 4.09:
Guinness Echo (3) 4-1, Beech Hill
Bella (1) 3-1 fav, bf: £17.43, tri:
(3-1-4) £51.89. 4.29: Champagne
Maura (4) 5-1, Im No Angel (1)
7-2, bf: £27.10, tri: (4-1-5) £64.93.
4.48: Heavy Byrne (6) 4-1, Marys
Boy (4) 10-1, bf: £46.32, tri: (6-45) £213.70. 5.08: Abbodabbo
Darlin (1) 2-1 fav, Kilnaglory
Paddy (3) 3-1, bf: £8.64, tri: (1-3-
2) £33.58. 5.28: Be Seeing You (3)
9-4 fav, Lord Dobbins (1) 9-2, bf:
£12.89, tri: (3-1-2) £35.95. 5.44:
Woodmancote Amy (3) 2-1 fav,
Get On Pippa (1) 5-1, bf: £11.63,
tri: (3-1-2) £30.84. 6.02: Postman
Mac (5) 9-2, Bootstrap Bandit (4)
7-1, bf: £42.81, tri: (5-4-6)
£135.06. 6.19: Claudes Sydney (1)
3-1, Enzo Xiomara (6) 4-1, bf:
£17.59, tri: (1-6-3) £42.14.
MONMORE
2.06: Ballygibba Dice (2) 5-2
jt-fav, Highview Bloom (1) 3-1,
bf: £11.01, tri: (2-1-3) £31.77.
2.22: Mankoya Spot (5) 4-1,
Timingtoatee (6) 3-1 fav, bf:
£18.46, tri: (5-6-1) £52.61. 2.42:
Mitchells Diva (3) 2-1 fav,
Milltown Rory (6) 5-2, bf: £7.92,
tri: (3-6-5) £19.12. 3.02: Mitchells
Angel (1) 11-8 fav, Riverside Bono
(3) 5-2, bf: £5.43, tri: (1-3-5)
£19.38. 3.19: Cooladerry Ford (4)
5-1, Skys Minnie (6) 3-1, bf:
£25.03, tri: (4-6-5) £111.96. 3.39:
King Alan (6) 4-1, Tewmax Bruno
(3) 5-1, bf: £29.14, tri: (6-3-5)
£89.05. 3.59: Fairhill Mary (5)
4-1, Swift Glory (6) 11-4 jt-fav,
bf: £17.69, tri: (5-6-4) £44.04.
4.19: Barrack Ivy (3) 5-1, Witha
Rebel Yell (4) 7-2, bf: £26.36, tri:
(3-4-6) £67.36. 4.39: Supreme
Zagreb (5) 4-1, Cross Keys Ivory
(6) 2-1 fav, bf: £15.35, tri: (5-6-4)
£50.34. 4.58: Take Kerr Janny (6)
7-4 fav, Butts Pop (1) 7-1, bf:
£14.08, tri: (6-1-4) £56.91. 5.18:
Mallogs Silver (5) 11-4, Monsignor
Unity (6) 3-1, bf: £12.56, tri: (5-62) £39.52. 5.37: Ballymac Lynam
(4) 4-1, Barbican Angel (3) 7-2,
bf: £22.71, tri: (4-3-5) £81.01.
5.54: Proud Mel (5) 5-1, Beatties
Dancer (1) 8-1, bf: £51.79, tri:
(5-1-6) £142.50. 6.09: Slaneyside
Dawn (1) 2-1 fav, Reahill Peach
(2) 4-1, bf: £9.71, tri: (1-2-5)
£35.12.
6.22
(A7)
435m
7.58
(A8)
435m
6.38
(A2)
435m
8.13
(A2)
435m
6.56
(D4)
250m
8.28
(S1)
620m
8.43
(A8)
435m
8.58
(A6)
435m
1133 ROSEVILLE LUCKY (md ro) .... 26.77
2542 Big Business (rl ro) .................... 26.63
2 Tomscabinmystery (rl ro) ........... 26.81
6134 Gortown Kit Kat (md ro) .......... 26.81
1143 Last Man Stands (wd ro) ........... 26.90
5621 Burgess Cutie (wd ro)................ 26.81
Star betting: 3 Big Business, 7-2 Last
Man Stands, 4 Gortown Kit Kat, Roseville Lucky,
Burgess Cutie, 9-2 Tomscabinmystery.
9.14
(A3)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
9.32
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A2)
435m
1
2
3
4
5
6
6612 POSH PACEMAKER (rl ro) ...... 27.20
4 Whitefieldrumble (md ro) ........... 27.62
d546 Swanson Jazz (md ep) .............. 26.68
1144 Rushing Blue (ep md) .............. 27.01
553 Eureka Creek (wd ro) ................ 27.09
3136 Cloncunny Holly (wd ro) ............ 27.08
Star betting: 2 Swanson Jazz, 3
Cloncunny Holly, 7-2 Rushing Blue.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6431 BLUE DADDY (md ro) .............. 26.52
2451 Optimistic Lady (rl ro) ................ 26.17
4234 Ring For Jimmy (md ro)............. 26.20
3616 Easily Pleased (md ep) ............. 25.91
1565 Fenbay Joe (sa fw) .................... 26.28
1233 Loughview Holly (wd ro).......... 26.23
Star betting: 2 Blue Daddy, Loughview
Holly, 4 Easily Pleased, Ring For Jimmy
1
2
3
4
5
6
5353 Ballymac Frances (rl ep) ........... 15.44
3142 BEAMING NIKITA (ep rl) .......... 00.00
4635 Some Joke (wd ro) .................... 15.36
325 Bellinter Gold (wd ro)............... 00.00
5345 Shes Ranger (md ro) ................. 15.43
5145 Gilti Blackjack (wd ep) ............... 15.35
Star betting: 9-4 Gilti Blackjack, 3 Shes
Ranger, 7-2 Some Joke, 9-2 Ballymac Frances,
11-2 Bellinter Gold, 6 Beaming Nikita.
7.11
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A5)
435m
5511 Aughall Seamie (rl ep) ............. 26.52
5432 Ceroc Lucky Bill (sa ro) ............. 26.39
2121 HEY MICKEYMORR (NAP) (sa fw) . 26.51
1434 Princess Sandra (wd ep) ........... 26.49
5241 Frisby Oliver (wd ro) .................. 26.49
2415 Fairyhill Razl (wd ep) ................. 26.67
Star betting: 11-4 Ceroc Lucky Bill, 7-2
Hey Mickeymorr, 4 Aughall Seamie, Princess
Sandra, Frisby Oliver, 9-2 Fairyhill Razl.
7.26
1
2
3
4
5
6
7.42
(A5)
(A4)
435m
435m
5132 FAGANS KATIE (sa fw)............ 26.34
5521 Ballymac Eoin (sa ro) .............. 26.39
1652 Frisby Donny (rl ep) ................... 26.54
1235 Alex My Friend (ep md) ............. 26.33
2233 Admiral Lady (sa fw).................. 26.41
6136 Springwell Sip (sa fw) ................ 26.14
Star betting: 11-4 Springwell Sip, 3
Fagans Katie, 7-2 Ballymac Eoin, 9-2 Alex My
Friend, 5 Admiral Lady, 11-2 Frisby Donny.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1246 Scala Rossa (md ep) ................ 27.44
5455 Future Outlook (md ep) ............. 27.00
3346 Dalcash Jingle (ep md).............. 27.01
4611 KATHYS PRIDE (wd sa) ........... 27.36
1645 Karlow Misty (wd ro) .................. 26.72
6446 Robbies Torres (md ep) ............ 27.32
Star betting: 9-4 Karlow Misty, 5-2
Kathys Pride, 9-2 Scala Rossa.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5416
1211
423
5222
Hare Ruffler (sa fw) ................... 26.28
MUSTANG HAZEL (nb) (rl ro) .. 26.32
Brackenstone Ten (md ep) ........ 26.12
Lemming Clover (md ep) ......... 26.21
Vacant Trap
1152 Thunder Storm (ep wd) ............. 26.27
Star betting: 9-4 Lemming Clover, 5-2
Mustang Hazel, 3 Brackenstone Ten.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1146 Sensual (md ro) ......................... 38.42
4665 Ballymac Eliza (md ep).............. 38.03
Vacant Trap
6342 Twit Twoo (md ep) ................... 38.22
4251 BLACK AGGIE (wd fw)............. 38.50
4624 Duchess Jane (md ep) .............. 38.63
Star betting: 2 Twit Twoo, 9-4 Ballymac
Eliza, 7-2 Black Aggie, 4 Sensual.
FRISBY FORANDREW (4) . Assarula Maid (3)
1
2
3
4
5
6
4434 Vigorous Maya (rl ro) ................. 26.65
4223 FOUR ELMS (rl ro).................... 26.67
1125 Wicky Spencer (md ro) ............ 26.87
3233 Rushwee Return (md ep) .......... 26.47
6553 Bernies Bolt (ep fw) ................... 26.57
3635 Swift Safari (wd ro) .................... 26.52
Star betting: 5-2 Rushwee Return, 3
Wicky Spencer, Four Elms.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5411 JET SET JULIE (rl ep) .............. 26.36
3135 Forest Bee (ep ro) ..................... 26.36
1133 Minglers Toure (sa ro) ............. 26.12
5545 Shanless Frank (md ep) ............ 26.21
24 1 Reality Train (sa fw) .................. 26.21
1651 Boreen Rose (wd ro) ................. 26.43
Star betting: 5-2 Forest Bee, 3 Minglers
Toure, 7-2 Jet Set Julie, Shanless Frank.
3135 Pardypardypardy (sa ro) ............ 26.20
2145 Ballymac Notnow (rl ro) ............. 26.03
4411 FLEMISH BOND (wd ro) ........... 26.36
1536 Tyrur Zlatan (md ro) .................. 27.02
3161 Coolruss Geoff (sa ro) ............. 26.20
2323 Sion Hill (rl ro)............................ 26.13
Star betting: 2 Ballymac Notnow, 7-2
Sion Hill, 9-2 Flemish Bond, Coolruss Geoff,
Pardypardypardy, 5 Tyrur Zlatan.
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■ by JULIE STOTT
JODIE BROUGHTON has
urged Catalans to stop
imploding and find a
ruthless streak instead.
The Dragons are bottom
of Super League and face a
Middle 8s relegation battle
for the second year
running.
The pressure lets up on
Saturday in the Challenge
Cup with Catalans getting
the easiest tie of the sixth
round.
But winger Broughton
insists the home draw
against the lowest side left
in, League One Whitehaven, brings its own
stresses.
He said: “It is never easy
because Whitehaven have
nothing to lose and we
know they will be up for it.
“In the last round, York
gave us a really good battle
and we made it a lot more
difficult than it needed to
be.”
■
NAKED AMBITION:
Mark Williams strips
off for the victor’s press
conference and (below)
celebrates his third
world title with wife Jo
and sons (from left)
Connor, Joel and Kian
FOR FUN
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goal for Scotland in
the friendly win in Hungary
in March?
Which cricket club
were runners-up to
Surrey in both the 1999 and
2000 County Championships?
How many tries did
Hull KR’s George
West score in a 1905 game
against Brookland Rovers to
set the present record?
Which former F1
driver won the 2018
Paris ePrix Formula E race?
Who did Eric Bristow
beat in the 1980
Embassy World Darts
Championship final?
MARK WILLIAMS insists
it was just bottle and big
balls that sparked a third
world title triumph at the
Crucible.
The Welshman, 43, beat John
Higgins 18-16 in a thrilling Betfred
World Championship showpiece
on Monday night.
Williams, the son of a Welsh
miner who boxed as a teenager,
finally landed the knockout blow
on Higgins after 34 frames.
And the celebrations with wife Jo
– who has been seriously ill with
meningitis – and three sons went
on long into the night.
Williams was asked what the
likes of young guns Judd Trump
and Ding Junhui are lacking in
their quest for a first world title.
The player, who almost quit a
year ago before working with
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coach Steve Feeney, said: “Maybe
the difference is bottle, showing
some big balls.
“Look at that pink I missed for
the title in the 33rd frame. Who else
could have come straight back to
win it in the next frame?
Problems
“Maybe John Higgins would be
the only one. I’m not sure if even
Ronnie O’Sullivan or Stephen
Hendry would have done it.
“I never thought I would play
until I was 50. But who knows?
“The money, the £425,000, is great.
And the £880,000 I have earned
this season will help make up for
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some problems with management
companies in the past.
“But the first thing I’ll do is go
down to our caravan in Somerset
next weekend and have a few beers
having won the tournament – not
just watching it on TV like last year
when I missed out.”
Williams, who honoured a
pledge to do the winner’s press
conference naked, became the
oldest man to win the world title
since Ray Reardon in 1978.
Reardon, 85, is originally from
Tredegar, where Williams now
owns a club.
Six-time champion Reardon said:
“Mark is in his 40s and I would say
at his peak. There is no reason he
can’t go on for a couple of years.”
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GB duty
SPEEDWAY
■ by PETER OAKES
TAI WOFFINDEN has
ended his 19-month
self-imposed Great Britain
exile.
And he’ll return to the
Lions squad in time for
their bid to win world
championship gold for
the first time since 1989.
The two-time world
champion turned his back
on GB in July 2016 after
they were runners-up to
Poland in the World Cup.
He sat out last year in
protest at the way the team
was run, revealing they
were taken to a kebab shop
for a pre-meeting meal.
But now he has made his
peace after Rob Painter’s
VRX company took over
the running of the national
set-up on a five-year
contract.
Tempt
And Painter’s first major
job was to successfully
tempt Grand Prix ace
Woffinden to return.
Woffy’s international
comeback will be officially
announced today, in time
for him to take his place
in the GB trio for the
qualifying round of the
new Speedway of Nations
at Belle Vue next month.
Woffinden, 27, said: “The
gold medal is what I want.
I’m an individual and I
still want to win as an
individual, but I want my
team to win as well.
“Winning with Great
Britain is the one gap in
my career, it’s the only
thing I haven’t won.
“When I go to an event I
go to win, I don’t go to
make up the numbers, and
it’s the same with GB as it
is as an individual.
“Rob is building a fiveyear plan and everything is
looking good.”
Sloppy
Catalans struggled before
beating League One
Knights 34-22 but
Broughton admits the
Catalans fans won’t accept
another sloppy display.
He said: “In France, the
Challenge Cup is probably
the biggest thing, bigger
than the Grand Final at
Old Trafford.
“All the French people
love it and will be rooting
for us to have a cup run.
There’s even a bar down
the road from our stadium
called Le Wembley.”
Catalans need a cup boost
to distract attention from
their dire league form,
which has left them four
points adrift of safety.
Broughton added: “It is
frustrating because we’ve
been brilliant in spells but
we have also imploded as
well. We need to be more
ruthless.”
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who face England in
Denver next month and
in an autumn Test series.
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EVERTON EYE ARSENE
EVERTON are pressing ahead with their
bid to persuade Arsene
Wenger to succeed
Sam Allardyce.
Wenger, who is leaving Arsenal this summer after 22 years,
at first was sending out signals
he wanted to have a break from
club management.
The Toffees look certain to
axe the unpopular Allardyce at
the end of the season.
Former Gunners vice-chairman David Dein a – close friend
of Wenger – is understood to be
the intermediary in any deal
that will see the Frenchman
move to Goodison Park.
Wenger, 68, has been inundated
with offers since he announced
he was quitting the Emirates.
Beach
However, he has yet to decide
whether he will carry on coaching or move upstairs.
But he insists he has years left
in him and is not ready for life
on the beach just yet.
Wenger, whose side take on
Leicester tonight, said: “I don’t
look very good on the beach.
“I don’t know how long I can
carry on. How long would I like
to? As long as I feel I want to.
“But overall people look at
your age and make an issue of
it. It becomes a bit discrimination. They don’t really look
how you work and perform.
“They look and say, ‘Oh, he is
old’. I can understand that as I
thought the same when I was
PAUL BROWN
■ by
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young. But who knows? I like
the English saying, ‘You have to
live every day like it is your last
– and one day you will be right’.
“I keep myself fit. I can still
play! I don’t play with the players, they are a bit too quick for
me. We have staff games.”
Asked how many offers he has
had, Wenger said: “More than I
expected,” before insisting he
will keep potential suitors waiting before he makes a decision.
The Gunners have made a
series of approaches to potential replacements for Wenger,
with Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri the only candidate to enjoy support from all
their key power brokers.
They are also scouring the
market for at least one new centre-half after Wenger revealed
yesterday that Laurent Koscielny will be out for six months.
The Frenchman has ruptured
his Achilles tendon and will
miss the World Cup and the
start of next season.
Wenger said: “Koscielny is
devastated because he had surgery and he will be out for six
months, missing the World
Cup as well. You try to support people when they
suffer like this.”
It means Arsenal will
be in the market for a
defender to add to a squad
Wenger insists is only “one
or two signings” away from a
title challenge.
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Kyle sets up London hits
Novak clash a home run
■ TENNIS
KYLE EDMUND made short
work of Daniil Medvedev to
set up a Madrid Open
second-round showdown
with Novak Djokovic.
The British No.1 saw off the
Russian 6-4 6-0 in 77 minutes.
Edmund has never beaten
Djokovic but he is likely to
break into the world’s top 20
should he pull off a shock
win today.
■ BASEBALL
THE LONDON Stadium will
host two Major League
Baseball games next year.
The New York Yankees and
Boston Red Sox will play
each other in two regularseason clashes at West
Ham’s home in June.
MLB matches have been
staged in Mexico, Japan,
Puerto Rico and Australia,
but this is a first for Europe.
■
LAP OF HONOUR: Arsene
Wenger thanks the fans
after his final home game in
charge last Sunday
TOUGH GUY: Puel
Claude
alive ’n
kicking
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
CLAUDE PUEL has
revealed how he could
have kicked his Monaco
career into touch – by
booting Arsene Wenger
up in the air.
Leicester boss Puel
spent his entire playing
career with the French
club, despite his training
ground clash with then
manager Wenger.
And the two meet again
tonight as the clock ticks
down to Wenger ending
his stay at Arsenal.
Puel was the midfield
bruiser who helped steer
Monaco to the title in
Wenger’s first season in
charge.
But Puel reveals he did
wonder whether he’d
shot himself in the foot
after a training session.
He said: “In the
beginning he liked to
play in the little games.
One time the ball was
between him and me and
I touched it, but behind
the ball was Arsene and
he flew up in the air.
“He fell on his back and
couldn’t move. The fitness
coach took him in the
dressing room and I was
left with a bad feeling.
“The other players
were smiling and I was
thinking, in this moment,
it is finished for me and I
will not play in the future.
“It is not a lack of
respect but the intensity
of the training you need
to have. I played the next
game and everything
was OK.
“Of course he will get a
friendlier welcome this
time. I have a lot of
respect for him as a man
and manager.”
Puel’s future remains up
in the air but he says the
Gunners could yet live to
question their decision to
nudge Wenger towards
the exit door.
He adding: “I hope for
them they do not regret
that. How can you
replace a man like him?
It will be very difficult for
the new manager.”
Yates stages
a comeback
■ CYCLING
BRIT rider Simon Yates made
up ground on race leader
Rohan Dennis on stage four of
the Giro d’Italia.
Yates (left) finished fourth on
a tough uphill sprint in Sicily to
move up to third overall.
But fellow Brit Chris Froome
trailed in 23 seconds behind
stage winner Tim Wellens to
slip 57 seconds behind Dennis.
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YAYA TOURE says
helping
Manchester
City knock bitter rivals
United off their perch
is his greatest achievement at the Etihad.
Toure will play his last home
game for the club tonight when
the champions host Brighton.
The Ivorian powerhouse is set
to leave on a free transfer and
will bring the curtain down on
eight successful years following
his £24m switch from Barcelona
in 2010.
He helped take City to the
next level, making more than
300 appearances and winning
seven major trophies, three
being Premier League titles.
But Toure, 34, reckons putting
neighbours United in their place
gave him the most pleasure,
especially when he scored the
winner to beat them in the FA
Cup semi-final in 2011 en route
to landing the trophy. Toure,
■
LEAVING ON
A HIGH: Yaya
with the Premier
League trophy
last Sunday
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Yaya proud to make City No.1
■ by JEREMY CROSS
who has had one of the club’s
training pitches named after
him, said: “Yes, that’s the
greatest achievement. That’s
true, when I came to City, for
them to be a big club, we had to
put them in the shadow.
“We cannot compare because
United have so many trophies
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look beyond next
season. Guardiola will
talk to club bosses at
the end of the season.
He said: “I’m not
finishing in two weeks
or one month – I have
one more year. Now
and so many Champions League
finals.
“But that was the purpose. To
come to City and put United in
the shadow, although that would
be difficult. United were in our
way. We had to remove them
because they were such a force.
“The semi-final was a big
part of it. United had such
confidence. At half-time we
were nearly fighting in the
dressing room.
“We said, ‘Go out and play like
men – or we go home again and
say to (chairman) Khaldoon
‘thank you, we’ve eaten the
money but we move on because
this club will never achieve’.
“We won the game, it was
brilliant. It was a message.”
Despite all his achievements,
Pep won’t commit future
it’s time to finish well
and then start to talk
about what we have to
do next season, who is
staying and who we
have to buy.”
Guardiola, 47, who led
City to the title at the
second attempt,
added: “They are
friends of mine –
Ferran (Soriano), Txiki
(Begiristain) and
Khaldoon – and we
have time to talk
fluently about what is
best for the club and
us.”
Toure reckons he still hasn’t
had the respect he deserves.
He said: “For what I’ve
achieved and what I’ve done,
I don’t think so. I think maybe
when I retire from football I
will have more respect.
“Some of the media said I
came here not to win trophies
but was more impressed by
the money.”
Toure is weighing up offers
but would prefer to remain in
the Premier League with a club
based in the north so he doesn’t
have to uproot his kids.
He added: “People don’t know
how dedicated I was. This club
was my first wife – and even my
real wife knew it.
“She sometimes thought I was
seeing different girls because I
was going home and watching
games on my computer.
“After training, after games,
during recovery time. It was like
this for all those years because
I gave so much to the club.”
■ by GARY POLAND
CHRIS HUGHTON
reckons Brighton will
have to contend with the
Premier League’s best
player at the Etihad
tonight.
Manchester City star
Kevin De Bruyne was
pipped to the PFA Player
of the Year award by
Liverpool ace Mo Salah.
But Hughton says the
Belgian playmaker got
his vote.
Albion boss Hughton
said: “De Bruyne is the
more complete player
and it’s taken an
exceptional season from
Salah to beat him.
“The progress that De
Bruyne has made in the
last couple of seasons is
huge and he’s a player
who could play for any
team in the world.”
Hughton also rates
Yaya Toure, who will bid
an emotional farewell to
the club tonight.
He said: “He and David
Silva have been at City
for a long time and they
have seen the progress
this team has made.
“When people talk of
the great City players,
Yaya has certainly been
one of them.”
Brighton lost 2-0 to City
at the Amex in their
Premier League baptism
but have now secured
their top-flight status.
He added: “We got to
70 minutes at 0-0 against
them but then their
quality showed.
“But we have improved
since, we have adjusted
well to this league.”
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C’mon Fergie. We’re all
behind you. This is
biggest game of your life. You
can do it. Mal the claret.
Mark Williams naked in
the press conference!
Who said snooker was
boring? PUBLUNCH
Wen we show cfc how its
dun, klopp will be an lfc
idol. Wots that? Chelsea beat
us 1-0? Jurgen out. Harry
potters grandad is a failure.
uncle snack.
Cant wait for boro to play
luton is it true they have
the ugliest fans in league
one? Posh bob
Big up 2 the fantastic
tony bellew – pride of efc
& anfield idol too. Wotta
fantastic role model 4 kids
on m/side. Well dun.
Muscles lfc.
Well our Wembley dream
is over can’t say how
proud I am of the players this
season gave everything il like
to thank my partner sue for
driving us and our 2 Ebb
daughters to all but 1 away
game thanks sue ps will you
marry me in our Ebb shirts
darling ps good luck to
Tranmere in final and their
fans who made it a great
occasion even thou we lost.
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ME OUT YET
Blues boss says he is not
thinking of leaving Chelsea
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ANTONIO CONTE is on a double
mission to seal a Champions League
return and lift the FA Cup.
And he insists ending Chelsea’s season on a high
is all he cares about.
Tonight’s clash with Huddersfield could be the
Italian’s final game in the Stamford Bridge home
dugout.
The Blues boss’s chances of seeing out the final
year of his contract have been questioned all season.
But with a place in the top four suddenly up for
grabs and an FA Cup Final showdown with
Manchester United getting closer, Conte was
in no mood to shed light on his future.
“I think and I’m sure that I am Chelsea’s coach and my focus is only on
this,” he said.
“As I said before, it is very difficult
to comment on any speculations also
because there are speculations around
me from the start of the season after
the first game, against Burnley.
“And I think you understood that
this speculation is not important
for me also because my focus is
only to work in the best
possible way with
my players.
“There
are
only
two
weeks and
this season will
SOCCER
LINES
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RUSSIA have been
fined £22,000 after
fans racially abused Paul
Pogba, N’Golo Kante and
Ousmane Dembele in
France’s 3-1 win in St
Petersburg in March.
WIGAN boss Paul
Cook has signed a
four-year deal with the
League One champions.
SIMON GRAYSON is
a target for Barnsley
and Scunthorpe after
quitting as Bradford boss.
ANTHONY
JOHNSON and
Bernard Morley, who
led National Leaguebound Salford City to
three promotions in
four seasons, have left.
OLDHAM have
removed chairman
Simon Corney from the
board after relegation to
League Two.
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finish and you will know if there is a different situation or if you see me again next season – and we
start again from the first game, speculation about
my future.
“But I am very focused on trying to finish the
season in the best possible way and I try to
transfer my will to my players and also because
the fans deserve this.”
Asked whether he would like the chance to lay
down long-term foundations at a club, he added: “In
this decision, there are always two parties to take
the decision, not only one side, and I don’t know, I
don’t know, I don’t know.
Adapt
“I like to work with my players, build something
important, but in our job it is very important the
final result.
“This is very important, especially when you are
at a great club like Chelsea.”
Midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko is expected to keep
his place after turning in one of his best displays of
the season in Sunday’s win against Liverpool.
Conte said: “We are talking about a young
player, only 22 years old, and this is his first
season in this country.
“To arrive and adapt yourself quickly in this
league is not simple. Not simple to go into our idea
of football.
“He has the right characteristics to play for
Chelsea. I trust in him and he played a good game
against Liverpool.”
PREM TOP SIX
P
Man City (c) 36
Man United 36
37
Liverpool
Tottenham 36
36
Chelsea
36
Arsenal
■
ON THE BALL:
Conte taking
training yesterday
ahead of Chelsea’s
final home game
of the season
W
30
24
20
21
21
18
D
4
5
12
8
6
6
L F
2 102
7 67
5 80
7 68
9 61
12 72
A Pts
26 94
28 77
38 72
32 71
34 69
48 60
GAMES
TO GO
CHELSEA
Tonight:
Huddersfield (h)
Sunday:
Newcastle (a)
TOTTENHAM
Tonight:
Newcastle (h)
Sunday:
Leicester (h)
LIVERPOOL
Sunday:
Brighton (h)
Wagner: Survival beats all
DAVID WAGNER says Premier
League survival for Huddersfield
would feel like winning the title.
The Terriers are within reach of
safety as they head to Chelsea
tonight having been heavily tipped
for instant relegation at the start of
the season.
Wagner’s side have defied the
odds to keep themselves above the
bottom three as the finish line
beckons.
They could hardly have asked for
a harder run-in but earned a shock
point at champions Manchester
City on Sunday.
Huddersfield are now aiming to
cause another upset at Stamford
■ by MIKE WHALLEY
Bridge before hosting Arsenal on
the final day of the season, on
Sunday.
Terriers boss Wagner said: “If we
stay up, it will be like we won the title.
Admirers
“For me personally and for us as
a club, to secure our status would
be bigger than the achievement of
promotion last season.
“And, for me, it would feel like we
won the league.”
Huddersfield’s push for survival
has won Wagner many admirers,
with Leicester the latest club to be
considering a move for him.
Wagner, who has another year to
run on his contract, has always
maintained he will meet with
chairman Dean Hoyle at the end of
the season to discuss his future.
He said: “The plan hasn’t changed.
That hasn’t changed.
“It is easy to keep focused,
because I know what the truth is
and what isn’t.
“And the truth is, I have a clear
commitment with Dean and I will
follow it. Like I did last year.
“This is exactly the same as what
I will do this year. This is why I can
easily deal with the speculation. It’s
no problem for me.”
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PREM LEAGUE
INFORMATION STATION
FOOTBALL
Premier League
Ross County (0) ........0 Dundee (0) ................ 1
Swansea (0) ...............0 Southampton (0) ...... 1
P
(C) Man City.......36
Man Utd .............36
Liverpool ...........37
Tottenham .........36
Chelsea ..............36
Arsenal ..............36
Burnley ..............37
Everton ..............37
Leicester ............36
Newcastle ..........36
Crystal Palace ...37
Bournemouth ....37
Watford ..............37
Brighton.............36
West Ham ..........36
Southampton ....37
Huddersfield......36
Swansea ............37
(R) West Brom...37
(R) Stoke ............37
Gabbiadini 72
W
30
24
20
21
21
18
14
13
11
11
10
10
11
9
9
7
9
8
6
6
D
4
5
12
8
6
6
12
10
11
8
11
11
8
13
11
15
9
9
13
12
L F A
2 102 26
7 67 28
5 80 38
7 68 32
9 61 34
12 72 48
11 35 37
14 43 55
14 49 54
17 36 46
16 43 55
16 43 60
18 44 63
14 33 47
16 45 67
15 37 55
18 27 56
20 27 54
18 31 54
19 33 67
Ladbrokes Scottish
Premiership
Pts
94
77
72
71
69
60
54
49
44
41
41
41
41
40
38
36
36
33
31
30
Aberdeen (1)..............1 Rangers (0)............... 1
McLean 14 (pen)
McCrorie 63
Att: 17,745
Hamilton (0) ...............1 St Johnstone (0) ...... 2
Imrie 82
Att: 2,367
McMillan 65 (pen)
Wotherspoon 80
Partick (0) ..................0 Motherwell (0) .......... 1
Bowman 60
Att: 3,320
RAFA’S A
SMA
SM
SMASHER
MAS
ASHERR
Boss puts price on striker
RAFA BENITEZ wants to
smash Newcastle’s transfer
record this summer to bring
in a proven goalscorer.
The Toon’s costliest-ever recruit was
Michael Owen, who joined the club in
August 2005 for £16m.
But since owner Mike Ashley arrived
at St James’ Park, the club that once
broke the world record to bring Alan
Shearer home has not spent more than
£12m on any player.
Ayoze Perez is the Toon’s top
marksman this term with just six
league goals.
While the goals have been
shared around, Benitez is
in the market for an outand-out goalscorer.
Feyenoord’s
Denmark international
Nicolai Jorgensen
was wanted in January and Benitez
(inset) could revive
his interest.
He said: “If you
want to bring a striker
with a guarantee of
more than 10 to 15 goals,
■ by IAN MURTAGH
you have to pay money for him, for sure.
More than £16m? In this market, yes.
“You can say six is not too much but
when you have a lot of players with
four or five, it means that something is
right.
“And the stats show we are in the top
nine in terms of shots on target this
season, so we are attacking.”
One forward he will not be signing is
Islam Slimani, who yesterday returned
to Leicester after an ill-fated loan spell.
In contrast, Kenedy signs off against
Spurs tonight with Benitez keen to
make the Chelsea winger’s
move permanent.
Benitez
has
taken
charge at Wembley
once, losing an FA
Cup semi-final as
Chelsea boss in 2013.
He said: “I’ve been
unlucky because the
Carling Cup and FA
Cup finals I’ve been
to were at the Millennium Stadium. So it
will be nice to go there,
and even better to win.”
Poch: We’ll die four it
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me it’s impossible to not
give your best in the last
two games to win.
“And it’s massive,
because the Champions
League is, with the
Premier League, the best
competition in the world.
“It’s in our own hands
and we need to die to try
to achieve that. Now it’s
about the players who
are going to play to die
to try to achieve this.
“If we cannot, we
cannot. That is different,
we need to analyse why.
“But now we have to
be all together.
“We have to try to
achieve this together and
to be sure we’re playing
Champions League in the
new stadium.”
Spurs have a two-point
advantage and a
superior goal difference
over Chelsea, although
they have previous of
collapsing towards the
end of the season.
But Pochettino added:
“At the start of the
season it would be a
dream to be in this
position.
“For me, it is positive.
It is not negative.”
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Murray 51
Att: 3,976
P W D L F A Pts
(C) Celtic ............36 24 9 3 73 24 81
Aberdeen ...........37 21 7 9 55 37 70
Rangers .............37 21 6 10 71 45 69
Hibernian ...........36 18 12 6 56 39 66
Kilmarnock ........36 15 10 11 48 47 55
Hearts ................36 11 13 12 37 37 46
Motherwell .........37 12 9 16 40 49 45
St Johnstone .....37 12 9 16 41 52 45
Dundee ..............37 11 6 20 36 56 39
Hamilton ............37 9 6 22 47 65 33
Partick................37 7 9 21 30 62 30
Ross County .....37 6 10 21 39 63 28
Ferrari Packaging Lowland League:
Selkirk 4 Edinburgh Univ 3.
European Under-17 Championship
– Group C: Bosnia & Herzegovina 0
Belgium 4 (at Rotherham), Republic of
Ireland 1 Denmark 0 (at St George’s
Park). Group D: Holland 2 Spain 0 (at
Burton), Serbia 0 Germany 3 (at
Loughborough University).
FA Women’s Super League:
Liverpool 1 Man City 0.
P W D L F A Pts
Man City.............15 10 2 3 42 15 32
Chelsea ..............14 9 5 0 35 9 32
Reading .............16 8 4 4 36 17 28
Arsenal ..............15 8 4 3 28 16 28
Liverpool ...........16 9 1 6 28 21 28
Birmingham.......15 8 2 5 25 15 26
Sunderland ........15 4 1 10 12 35 13
Bristol City ........15 4 1 10 10 39 13
Everton ..............15 3 2 10 16 22 11
Yeovil .................14 0 2 12 0 42 2
BASEBALL
Major League: Chicago Cubs 14
Miami 2, Cincinnati 6 New York Mets 7,
Oakland 2 Houston 16, Philadelphia 11
San Francisco 0, San Diego 5
Washington 8, St Louis 0 Minnesota 6,
Texas 7 Detroit 6.
BASKETBALL
NBA Eastern Conference play-off
semi-finals: Boston 92 Philadelphia 103
(Boston lead series 3-1), Cleveland 128
Toronto 93 (Cleveland win series 4-0).
CYCLING
Giro d’Italia – Stage 4 (Catania to
Caltagirone, 202km): 1 T Wellens (Bel)
Lotto Fix All 5hrs 17mins 34s. Overall:
1 R Dennis (Aus) BMC Racing 14h 23m
8s, 2 T Dumoulin (Hol) Team Sunweb at
1sec, 3 S Yates (Gbr) Mitchelton-Scott
at 17s. Other: 20 C Froome (Gbr) Team
Sky at 55s.
ICE HOCKEY
NHL Conference play-off semi-finals
– Eastern: Pittsburgh 1 Washington 2
(Washington win series 4-2). Western:
Winnipeg 0 Nashville 4 (series level 3-3).
TENNIS
ATP & WTA Mutua Madrid Open
(Spain) – men’s 1st rd: K Edmund (Gbr)
bt D Medvedev (Rus) 6-4 6-0, P Cuevas
(Uru) bt J Sock (US) 6-7 6-4 6-0. 2nd rd:
JM Del Potro (Arg) bt D Dzumhur (Bih)
6-3 6-3, M Raonic (Can) bt G Dimitrov
(Bul) 7-5 3-6 6-3.
Women’s 2nd rd: S Halep (Rom) bt
E Mertens (Bel) 6-0 6-3, P Kvitova (Cze)
bt M Puig (Pur) 6-3 7-6.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
Premier League
Chelsea v Huddersfield ......................................
Leicester v Arsenal.............................................
Man City v Brighton (8pm) .................................
Tottenham v Newcastle (8pm) ...........................
Scottish Premiership
Celtic v Kilmarnock ............................................
Hearts v Hibernian ..............................................
Scottish Championship play-off
final, 1st leg: Alloa v Dumbarton.
League One play-off final, 1st leg:
Stenhousemuir v Peterhead.
FA Women’s Super League: Chelsea
v Birmingham, Everton v Yeovil (both
7pm).
SPEEDWAY
Premiership Riders’ Championship
(Poole, 7.30pm). National League KO
Cup quarter-final, 1st leg: Birmingham
v Mildenhall (7.30pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Nokwe; 4 Spink; 7 Let;
8 Galal; 9 Yafai; 10 Lens; 11 Lindon;
14 Victor; 15 Gary; 18 Sarah; 20 Elder;
21 Ure; 22 Youga; 23 Dunne.
DOWN: 1 Nigel; 2 Kalinic; 3 Ella;
4 Stymie; 5 IBF; 6 Klien; 12 Dearden;
13 Joshua; 14 Vasey; 16 Yorke; 17 Seed;
19 RFU.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Matt Phillips, 2 Lancashire, 3 11,
4 Jean-Eric Vergne, 5 Bobby George.
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TIME TO MAN UP:
Manolo Gabbiadini
fires home the winner
for Southampton
FRUSTRATION: Coates
Sparky
sacking
‘too late’
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
RELEGATED Stoke’s
owners have admitted they
were too slow to sack Mark
Hughes.
The Welshman was given
the boot in January with
Stoke in the drop zone and
freshly dumped out of the
FA Cup by League Two
Coventry.
Hughes – now manager at
Southampton – had been in
charge for four and a half
years after succeeding
Tony Pulis.
And Stoke’s “bitterly
disappointed” owners have
revealed they would have
been better off calling time
on Sparky sooner than
they did.
Chairman Peter Coates
and son John issued a
statement to supporters
expressing their deep hurt
and frustration at
relegation.
It read: “When things
go wrong, it is inevitable
that a great deal of
soul-searching goes on.
“You ask yourself the
question, what should we
have done differently?
What mistakes did we
make?
“It is right that fans will
question whether we
should have made a
managerial change sooner.
“As a family we are
inherently loyal people and
this loyalty has served us
well in business.
“However, this does not
mean that we always make
the correct call and again,
with hindsight, we perhaps
should have made an
earlier change.”
Gomez
op blow
From Back Page
weeks trying everything
possible to be available on
the pitch to help the team.
“I’m going to do all I can
to get back and be in the
best possible shape for
pre-season. The focus now
is to support the team in
the two biggest games of
the season.”
Gomez initially picked up
the ankle injury on
England duty in March
before aggravating it
earlier this month.
He played against West
Brom and Stoke before the
flare-up and now faces at
least two months on the
treatment table.
Gomez’s injury blow
leaves England boss Gareth
Southgate with a headache
as he makes his plans for
Russia.
His absence could mean
a recall for Chelsea’s Gary
Cahill or Manchester
United centre-half Chris
Smalling.
SAINTS ALIVE
THE scenes when Michael
Oliver blew the final
whistle told the story.
Mark Hughes and his Southampton players hugged and
danced on the Liberty Stadium
pitch. Swansea’s beaten stars fell
to the ground in despair.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s first goal since
February had suddenly turned the
Italian striker from misfit to saviour
as he made Saints favourites to win the
great Premier League survival battle.
Suffered
■
TEMPERS FLARE:
Swans boss Carlos
Carvalhal clashes with
Saints’ Wes Hoedt on
the touchline last night
Bought for £16.5m from Napoli in
January 2017, Gabbiadini has suffered
a poor season, starting one league
game since January.
But within four minutes of coming
on as a second-half substitute, he
scored a goal that has probably
repaid that fee 10 times over.
He stabbed the ball home from close
range after Charlie Austin’s volley
had hit Swans goalkeeper Lukasz
Fabianski in a frantic scramble
following a 72nd-minute corner. The
by RALPH ELLIS
SWANSEA
0
SOUTHAMPTON 1
result leaves Swansea in a virtually
hopeless position.
They are three points behind Southampton with a goal difference nine
worse off and their position will be
even more perilous if Huddersfield
avoid defeat at Chelsea tonight.
No wonder Hughes was so delighted
at the final whistle.
All night he had worn the look of a
man who believed the world was
against him and angered by what he
saw as dirty tricks before kick-off.
His Saints side had been forced to
move from the Swansea hotel they
had booked and stay 40 miles away in
Cardiff because of a mystery virus.
Hughes’ mood was not improved
when his team bus arrived at the
ground and safety officers told him
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Hughes hails
his magic Man
From Back Page
work but we didn’t let it
affect us. In fact, we used
it as a motivating factor
“That helped our focus
and we won’t be staying
in the vicinity of the hotel
at Swansea again.
“I’m not for one minute
suggesting that Swansea
as a club had anything to
do with the overzealous
activities of some of their
supporters, but sometimes you can use these
things to help you.”
Sub Gabbiadini’s goal
was his first since February.
Hughes said: “Gabbi has
been disappointed
because I haven’t used
him a great deal but he
has come on and grabbed
the headlines.
“There was no leeway
– we had to win the game
to give us a prospect of
staying in the league.
“I was delighted with
the response after the
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Moyes
in wait
■ by TIM GRAY
WEST HAM are ready to
make boss David Moyes
sweat over a new deal.
Moyes is expected to be
rewarded with a contract
extension after leading the
Hammers to safety.
But co-owners David
Sullivan and David Gold
are in no hurry to make a
decision on the Scot’s
future just yet.
Moyes, 55, has two home
games left against old clubs
Manchester United
tomorrow night and
Everton on Sunday.
And the Hammers board
want the dust to settle
before making a final
decision.
West Ham were in the
relegation zone in
November when Moyes
was appointed on a
short-term contract to
replace Slaven Bilic.
Moyes failed to keep
Sunderland in the Premier
League last season, but he
managed that feat with two
games left at West Ham,
despite issues on and off
the pitch at the London
Stadium.
weekend (a 1-1 draw at
Everton). I knew quickly
after that that they were
refocused and ready for
tonight.
“First half we were taken
a bit back by how direct
they went. We were
disrupted but second half
we dealt with it better. We
stood up to the challenge
and weren’t to be denied.
“When you make subs,
you want them to make an
impact and all three did.”
Swans boss Carlos
Carvalhal said: “We have
the feeling we deserve a
bit more – minimum one
point.
“We played to win, we
showed everyone we
played to win. It was very
emotional, not all the time
connected. Now we are in
the position and we don’t
have a lot of time.
“We must try and do our
part and win the game
against Stoke.”
Darren
downer
■ by JAMES DOBSON
AND KICKING
But the Swans look set to sink
the players had to stay on board. The
Southampton boss defied their orders
and instructed his men to get off,
marching them through the Liberty
Stadium foyer to their dressing room.
Hughes also took a swipe at the
Swansea Marriott Hotel.
‘Sparky’ said: “It is one of the poorest hotels we have to stay at, so it’s
probably a blessing that we didn’t
have to stay there.”
For Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal it
was a night that went hopelessly
wrong.
He needed three points, but his
innate caution took over and he
started with five defenders.
Ultimately that cost his side, as,
despite a spirited display, they looked
short of being able to find the goal
they so desperately needed. Only
Bryan Robson, Gus Poyet and Nigel
Pearson have kept a side up that were
bottom on Christmas Day in the
Premier League.
Carvalhal, appointed on December
30 with Swansea 20th in the table and
five points adrift of safety, had seemed
likely to join that list but he will need
a miracle now.
Blaze
Swansea started well enough.
Jordan Ayew won an early free-kick,
only to blaze it into the wall.
And Andy King forced Saints keeper
Alex McCarthy to make a decent low
save with a 20-yarder.
Then Andre Ayew ran on to his
brother’s pass and the ball hit the
outstretched hand of Saints defender
Wesley Hoedt but referee Oliver was
perfectly placed to rule it accidental.
Saints survived, with McCarthy
making a superb one-handed save
from Jordan Ayew – the only time
he was really tested.
Austin was always a threat, and the
longer it went on, the more dangerous Southampton looked.
Once Gabbiadini got their noses in
front, there was only going to be one
winner.
SWANSEA (5-3-2): Fabianski; Roberts,
Naughton (Narsingh 75), Fernandez, Mawson,
Olsson (Abraham 62); King (Carroll 82), Ki,
Clucas; A Ayew, J Ayew. Subs: Nordfeldt, Van
der Hoorn, Dyer, Sanches.
SOUTHAMPTON (5-3-2): McCarthy;
Soares, Bednarek (Gabbiadini 68), Stephens,
Hoedt, Bertrand; Tadic (McQueen 83), Romeu,
Hojbjerg; Austin, Redmond (Long 64).
Subs: Forster, Carrillo, Ward-Prowse, Sims.
Referee: Michael Oliver.
■
STAY TOGETHER:
Gabbiadini is
mobbed after scoring a
vital winner for Saints
DARREN MOORE was
relegated last night – just
hours after being named
manager of the month.
Southampton’s victory
over Swansea at the Liberty
Stadium means West Brom
have finally dropped into
the Championship.
But at least caretaker
boss Moore has the
consolation of being
named the Premier
League’s top boss in April.
The Baggies were 10
points adrift of safety
when Alan Pardew was
sacked at the start of the
month.
But wins at Manchester
United and Newcastle and
a draw with Liverpool saw
Moore pip Pep Guardiola
and Roy Hodgson.
He said: “It’s been a
wonderful joint effort by
everybody here.
“We’ve just brought some
unity here and it’s helped
the players put the
performances together on
the pitch.”
Play-off
goal aid
■ by GEORGE SCOTT
GOAL-LINE technology
will be introduced at all 12
of this season’s play-off
fixtures for the first time.
The Hawkeye technology
will be used in all games in
the Championship, League
One and League Two
end-of-season showpieces.
Charlton’s League One
first-leg play-off against
Shrewsbury tomorrow at
The Valley is the first of
the play-off ties to use the
system.
EFL chief executive
Shaun Harvey said: “We
are extremely aware of the
difficult decisions facing
match officials on any
given match day.
“And we welcome the
impact GLT is having to
help officials to make the
right calls, even in the
tightest of situations.”
Pep won’t sign
PEP GUARDIOLA has refused
to commit his long-term future
to Premier League champions
Manchester City.
City boss Guardiola is about
to enter the final 12 months of
the three-year deal he signed
when replacing Manuel
Pellegrini in 2016.
Chairman Khaldoon Al-Mubarak is desperate to keep the
Spaniard at the Etihad for the
Gomez gutted
■ by JEREMY CROSS
long haul. Al-Mubarak is
prepared to sanction a
new deal worth around
£20m a season that
would make Guardiola
the highest-paid boss
in football.
But Guardiola (right)
cannot reassure fans
as he is refusing to
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JOE GOMEZ has spoken of his
devastation after suffering
Champions League AND
World Cup heartache.
The Liverpool
defender (left) has
undergone ankle
surgery which
rules him out for
the big Euro
final against
Real Madrid in
■ by MIKE WHALLEY
Kiev on May 26. And in a double
setback for Gomez, he has
joined Reds team-mate Alex
Oxlade-Chamberlain in missing
out for England this summer.
Gomez, 20, said: “I’m gutted
to confirm my season for both
club and country is over having
undergone successful ankle
surgery. It’s been a tough few
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SWANSEA..0 SOUTHAMPTON..1
SMASH
AND
GABB
■
PRICELESS: Manolo
Gabbiadini wheels
away after his vital winner
■
SINKING FEELING:
Swansea boss
Carlos Carvalhal
Manolo strikes to
keep Saints afloat
MARK HUGHES last night
hailed Manolo Gabbiadini
as the wizard whose goal
had help him beat Swansea’s “dark arts”.
■
DONE IT:
Saints boss
Mark Hughes
celebrates win
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The Italian’s 72nd-minute strike
at the Liberty Stadium has almost
certainly secured Southampton’s
place in the Premier League.
But boss Hughes was still fuming at the way his team’s preparations had been disrupted. Saints
had to rebook into a hotel 40 miles
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away in Cardiff because the Swansea Marriott suddenly told them
there was a “virus” even though
they were still taking bookings.
And then when their team bus
arrived at the stadium, it was held
by security staff and Hughes
insisted his players got off regardless and walk into the ground.
He said: “We suspected that maybe some of the dark arts were at
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P W D L F A Pts
West Ham
36 9 11 16
Southampton 37 7 15 15 45 67 38
Huddersfield 36 9 9 18 37 55 36
27 56 36
Swansea
37 8 9 20
West Brom (R) 37 6 13 18 27 54 33
31 54 31
Stoke (R)
37 6 12 19 33 67 30
Poch’s up four final push
MAURICIO POCHETTINO
has issued a Champions
League war cry to his
jittery Tottenham stars.
Spurs have been
dragged into a battle
to seal a top-four
■ by IAN BAKER
finish after a dramatic loss
of form.
Pochettino’s men – who
will end another season
trophyless after their FA
Cup semi-final defeat –
have won one of their last
five games.
And Spurs can ill-afford
another slip-up against
Newcastle tonight and
Leicester on the final day
with rivals Chelsea
breathing down their necks.
Pochettino (left) said: “We
are in a fight, a battle for
the top four. To win the
Champions League is a
dream of everyone and for
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