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Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
Edited by Jane Memmler
The wedding
hotspots with
real vow factor
OLD-WORLD STYLE: The five-star Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria sits on a cliff overlooking Italy?s famed Amalfi coastline
Love is in the air with just a week to go until Harry and
Meghan?s big day. But there?s something magical
about getting hitched abroad, says JANE MEMMLER,
who suggests some of the most romantic destinations
PRINCE CHARMING:
Harry and bride-to-be
Meghan Markle
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A TASTE OF DECADENCE
You often hear the term ?Grand Dame of Hotels?,
and this venue really is one of them. The Grand
Hotel Excelsior Vittoria sits overlooking the famed
Amalfi coastline. Built on the foundations of a
villa designed for Emperor Augustus, it is
Italian decadence personified.
This limoncello-toned property dominating the
cliff face is everything you?d imagine a five-star
hotel to be, filled with gilt furniture, potted palms,
antiques and swathes of curtains ? it does
old-world Italian style.
The deck is the place for weddings, with statues
and views across to Mount Vesuvius. Follow this
with a Michelin-starred Italian feast.
Sorrento itself is impossibly romantic. Its relaxed
holiday vibe makes you instantly slow down and
its pretty main square, lined with cafes and palm
trees, is the venue for an evening passeggiata
(stroll). Charming cobbled streets are dotted with
old-fashioned traders with beautiful displays of
succulent fruits spilling out over the cobbles.
An hour away is Pompeii with its incredible
mosaics, artefacts and wall paintings. Nearby,
the ruins of the smaller city, Herculaneum, is
no less impressive with restored houses and
even skeletons (under glass).
And of course, you can take a spin down
the Amalfi coast to the likes of gloriously
picturesque towns such as Ravello and
the gelato-coloured Positano.
? Classic Collection Holidays (0800 047 1064/
classic-collection.co.uk) offers three nights at the
Grand Hotel Excelsior from �269 (two sharing),
B&B. Price includes return flights from London
Gatwick to Naples and private transfers.
Wedding package from �050.
A BLESSING FOR SAFARI LOVERS
The Belmond Eagle Island Lodge, in the depths of
Botswana?s Okavango Delta, offers a special
blessing celebration.
It?s the only lodge in this wildlife hotspot where
you can enjoy a water-based safari.
There will be a traditional African blessing to
celebrate nuptials (not official vows), followed by a
private dinner and reception on the tent deck
where you can sip Champagne as you watch the
animals roam past.
You can also take a thrilling helicopter trip over
the Delta, swooping low over the game.
Each luxurious tent has its own pool and the
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From safari to the high seas,
PARTY ANIMALS: Have a traditional African blessing to celebrate your nuptials followed by a private dinner and reception on the tent deck at the Eagle Island Lodge, Botswana
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The powder-white sands and gently arched
beaches crowned in slim, leaning palms are as
close to paradise as you can get.
On the 650-acre F閘icit� Island, dotted with
dramatic boulders, there are just 30 villas, which
take up a third of the island. The rest is left
untouched and completely natural and wild.
The ceremony can be held on one of the many
incredible beaches, in the spa?s pavilion ?
wedged between giant boulders ? or in your own
residence next to your private plunge pool.
If you?re of an active disposition there?s plenty
to do here from diving excursions and snorkelling
to kayaking and paddleboarding.
Or you could just hang out at the spa at one
of the highest points on the island, wallowing
in the infinity pool.
Off-shore you can visit nearby islands such
as La Digue, where you can go exploring by
bicycle, or try to bag the big one on a deep-sea
fishing trip.
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The Caribbean is one of the most
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say ?I do? outside,
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IT?S not too hard to imagine the
man who wrote the dictionary
reluctantly hurling his gangly
frame into the aquamarine
waters in front of me.
Of course it?s unlikely that
Dr Samuel Johnson had the
urban seaside soundtrack of
carousels and ice cream van
melodies playing as he forced
himself into Brighton?s choppy
waters in the late 18th century.
Inching a couple of toes into
the slurping tide was enough
for me. Even on a summer?s
day, with clouds skidding
across the Sussex skies, the
chill factor is considerable. So,
like Dr Johnson, I headed into
the warren of back streets,
Georgian townhouses and
bohemian taverns that have
been frequented by some of
our greatest literary talents.
Local tour guide service
Brighton Walks specialises in
opening up the town?s stellar
roll call of authors who fell in
love (or in Dr Johnson?s case,
rather disliked) the charms of
what was in Victorian Britain, a
premier sanatorium destination
and a source of inspiration and
decadence for authors, idlers,
free thinkers and philosophers.
Walking along the seafront
with my guide Jacky, the steep
bank of pebbled beach below
us, we pass the dark red brick,
wedding cake frontage of the
Metropole Hotel, mentioned by
TS Eliot in The Waste Land
when Mr Eugenides asks the
protagonist: ?To luncheon at
the Cannon Street Hotel.
Followed by a weekend at the
Metropole.?
Eliot?s deft use of Brighton as
a location for some of the more
gritty, nefarious episodes in his
masterpiece poem had
precedence even then. Further
along lies the imposing
Regency-style Royal Albion
Hotel, scene of a chapter in the
downfall of Oscar Wilde.
This was where the police
found him in a compromising
situation with a young man on
This literary city of inspiration is on
the write track, says ROB CROSSAN
the seafront. It was one charge
of the many used against him
during the trial which resulted
in him being confined to a cell
in Reading Gaol.
It?s in the centre of the Lanes
area however, just back from
the seafront, that perhaps
Brighton?s greatest literary
connection comes to life.
It was here in the late 1930s
that Graham Greene spent time
in the town?s pubs, creating the
characters that would form the
nefarious world of Brighton
Rock, later taken to the screen
starring Richard Attenborough.
The Cricketers, a stout,
whitewashed building, has
a Greene Room upstairs which
has framed letters on the walls
penned by the mysterious
author who notoriously never
gave interviews. This was his
favourite pub in Brighton
according to Jacky, though the
famous scene where we meet
gang leader Pinky at the start
of the story is almost certainly
the Star and Garter pub which
still exists, although it?s now
called Dr Brightons.
Greene?s depiction of the city
may have been cynical but the
man himself appeared to adore
the place, once writing that ?no
city before the war had such a
hold on my affections.? Sipping
a pint in Dr Brightons, I was
fast becoming a convert to the
beguiling atmosphere which
still lingers today varying wildly
between plush bohemian
hotels that sit beside slightly
bedraggled fruit machine
arcades.
A two-mile taxi ride down the
seafront brings us to the village
of Rottingdean. A game of
croquet is taking place on the
green and an Irish setter
bounds after a tennis ball
outside a pub festooned with
hanging baskets. The smell of
fresh-cut grass makes this the
kind of quintessential English
rural scene I thought only
existed in the fantasies of
George Orwell or John Major.
This village was once home
for Rudyard Kipling, who lived
at a house called The Elms but
who moved when his fame
meant carriages full of visitors
would stop outside his front
window and crane their heads
over the wall to spy on the
novelist at work. The house is
now in private hands but the
village remains a focal point of
the great man as the place
where he began to write his
poems and tales of the Raj.
As the shadows on the
coiling cobbled lanes back in
Brighton lengthened, I made a
beeline for English?s, a seafood
institution in Brighton and a
favoured dining spot of Charlie
Chaplin and today of Dame
Judi Dench. The interior, in
crisp white linen and with an
ice counter full of crustaceans,
has the feel of an old vaudeville
theatre dressing room.
The food, however, has
moved with the times. A focus
on sustainable and local
produce runs through the menu
which takes in the likes of
monkfish cheeks with
sourdough bread, oysters from
West Mersea and a delectable
plate of lobster served with
lemon mayo and French fries.
Walking back, I thought of
the words of Mrs Pipchin in
Dombey And Son, much of
which Dickens wrote here:
?Brighton has proved beneficial.
Very beneficial indeed.?
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per person
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18 Aug 18
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? Punta Arenas, Chile ? Cockburn Channel ? Beagle Channel ? Glacier
Alley (scenic cruising) ? Ushuaia, Argentina ? Cape Horn (scenic cruising)
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Argentina (overnight in port) ? Buenos Aires, Argentina (itinerary varies
and operates in reverse)
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HONG KONG, HALONG BAY,
BALI & SYDNEY GRAND VOYAGE
RE OUR CRUISES FROM ONLY �9PP
7nts
from
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16nts
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SUN PRINCESS
from
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CALL THE TEAM NOW ON
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Oct - Nov 2018
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Carnival Dream /
Carnival Glory
from
�99pp
INCLUDES 1 NIGHT IN VANCOUVER &
15 NIGHT ALL INCLUSIVE CRUISE TO
DISCOVER THE ORIENT
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NO-FLY USA & CARIBBEAN
CRUISE TO PARIS AND BRUSSELS
FROM SOUTHAMPTON
INDEPENDENCE OF THE SEAS
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Orleans for a 3-night hotel stay in the capital of Jazz
& Festivals. Then board Carnival Dream / Carnival Glory
for a 7-night Full board Caribbean cruise from/to New
Orleans before ?ying back home from New Orleans.
HIGHLIGHTS: 3 NIGHT MEMPHIS WITH GRACELAND
TICKETS, SCENIC TRAIN, 3 NIGHT NEW ORLEANS
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to Boston, New York, Orlando and Miami. Board Carnival
Magic for 14nt cruise from Miami to Amber Cove
(Dominican Republic), St Thomas, San Juan (Puerto Rico),
Grand Turk, Miami, Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands),
Mahogany Bay (Honduras), Belize, Cozumel (Mexico)
& Miami. 3nt Miami Beach stay followed by a scenic
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QM2 for 7nt voyage back to Southampton.
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Prices are per person, based on 2 sharing. Prices applicable to selected departures & to new bookings only. Transfers are not included unless
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Fly to Singapore and stay for 3
nights then set sail to Ho Chi
Minh City, Vietnam; Nha Trang,
Vietnam; Hue/ Danang, Vietnam
and Hong Kong, China.
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nights in a central hotel then fly
back to the UK. (*Free Upgrade
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sail to Boston, Massachusetts;
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(Overnight); King's Wharf,
Bermuda (Overnight); Nassau,
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Lauderdale, Florida. Disembark
ship and stay for one night
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Embark the Independence
of the Seas in Southampton
and set sail to Brussels
(Zeebrugge), Belgium; Paris
/ Normandy (Le Havre),
France then sail back to
Southampton where you'll
disembark ship.
03
HIGHLIGHTS: 34 NIGHT FULL BOARD CRUISING, 3
NIGHT MIAMI BEACH STAY, OVERNIGHT AMTRAK TRAIN
AND 2 NIGHT NEW YORK STAY.
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5 November 2018
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25 OCT 2018 & 25 MAY 2019
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Navigator of the Seas / Carnival Magic /
Queen Mary 2
EARLY BOOKING
OFFER
www.CRUISE2.com
FROM
INCLUDES PRE- & POST-CRUISE HOTEL STAYS IN
SINGAPORE AND ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE
Fly UK to Vancouver for your 1 night stay. Here, enjoy
the vast expanse of lush outdoor beauty, such as the
beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park or Stanley Park, where
you can admire the iconic totem poles. There are also
some sandy spots for sun seekers too, as well as the
picturesque Grouse Mountain, which can be ascended
via cable car for astonishing city views. Embark
Celebrity Millennium and cruise for 15 nights to Sitka,
International Date Line, Otaru (Japan), Hakodate
(Japan), Mount Fuji (Shimizu), Tokyo (Yokohama). Fly to UK
FROM
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hotel stay in the ?Lion City?. Embark Voyager of
the Seas for a 3 night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port
Klang, Malaysia) and back to Singapore. Disembark
for a further 1 night hotel stay then ?y home.
DEPARTURE: 23 SEP 2019
Fly to Hong Kong, China and stay for 2nts then embark ship and set sail to
Cai Lan-Halong Bay, Vietnam; Nha Trang, Vietnam; Ho Chi Minh City,
Vietnam; Bali, Indonesia; Darwin, Australia; Brisbane, Australia and Sydney,
Australia. Disembark ship and stay for 2nts then fly back to UK.
FROM
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FROM
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Begin your Australia adventure
by flying to Sydney where you?ll
stay for four nights in a central
hotel. You?ll then set sail to
Brisbane, Australia; Willis Island,
Australia; Port Douglas,
Australia; Cairns, Australia; Airlie
Beach, Australia then sail back
to Sydney, disembark ship and
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Check out our video of the
Mercedes A-Class on the road
at express.co.uk/motoring
LOGBOOK LOWDOWN
? Model: Mercedes-Benz
A-Class
? Price range: �,800-� 30,24
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machines but this variant is
noticeably more polished than the
last. The steering boasts a useful
weighty feel and, at least when
fitted with adaptive suspension,
copes well with less-than-perfect
road surfaces.
In short the driving experience
can be fun. It?s also a seriously
smooth operator when you?re not
in a hurry. Key to this performance
are those engines, which deliver a
good mix of power and refinement.
The accessible and affordable
nature of the A-Class makes it an
ideal candidate to introduce new
technology. This is most obvious in
the cabin, where an all-digital
display dominates the facia. Touch
control features heavily, with the
screens and a new input controller
offering tablet-like functionality.
Mercedes appears keen to blur
the line between how we use
mobile phones with how we
interact with its cars. The heavy
emphasis on tapping and swiping
to control key functions will no
doubt be second nature to
tech-savvy buyers, although others
will be faced with a steep learning
curve.
D
UBBED ?MBUX? this
new approach controls
everything from the audio
controls to how you interact
with the navigation system and
encompasses voice control that is
more intuitive than of old.
The default arrangement is a
pair of seven-inch colour screens ?
one for the usual instruments, the
other for audio or navigation and a
host of other services. Upgrading
at extra cost results in one or both
screens expanding to 10.25-inches.
ROLLS-ROYCE IS TAKING LUXURY OFF-ROAD
WE?VE known it was coming for
some time but these are the first
pictures of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan,
the Goodwood firm?s new luxury
off-roader.
With everyone from Bentley to
Lamborghini and Ferrari all getting
in on the SUV market this Cullinan
4x4 will go on sale next year. And
while Rolls-Royce doesn?t talk about
anything as vulgar as order books,
even if you put down for one today,
you?re unlikely to see it next year.
Conceived purely from customer
demand the Cullinan boasts the
same 6.75-litre V12 petrol engine as
its Phantom saloon stablemate and
weighs in at a hefty 2.6 tonnes.
With, ahem, challenging looks, the
Cullinan won?t win any beauty
contests but there is no question over
its luxury qualifications, with a very
OFF-ROAD ROYALTY: Cullinan 4x4
high level of bespoke tailoring, even
by Rolls-Royce?s standards.
The highlight is an extending rear
boot section called the Recreation
Module which can house a ?Viewing
Suite? with two seats and a cocktail
table. Official prices have yet to be
announced but don?t expect much
change from a cool �0,000.
THIS month, Hot Wheels celebrates its 50th anniversary since
?
Elliot Handler produced a set of 16 model cars meant to be better
looking and more outlandish than everyday counterparts at Matchbox.
Along with its famous orange track, Hot Wheels has grown to
become the world?s No 1 selling toy. To celebrate, Hot
Wheels have given us 20 premium anniversary edition
diecast sets containing four cars in unique colours.
For your chance to win a set send your name and
address on a postcard to: Hot Wheels Competition,
Motoring Desk, Daily Express, 10 Lower Thames Street,
London EC3R 6EN. Closing date: May 24, 2018.
Directly swiping or tapping the
right-hand screen has replaced the
need for a rotary controller. An
oversize laptop-style trackpad
affords more control, although at
first swipe we would hardly call it
intuitive. Practice helps boost your
success rate, though.
The A-Class is also a fraction
larger in all the key areas.
Millimetres count in this business
and head, leg and shoulder room
have all been improved slightly to
make the cabin more comfortable.
And it?s also quieter than before
thanks to a new streamlined shape
and an improved focus on overall
refinement. Three trim levels ? SE,
Sport and AMG Line ? and a
�,800 base price see the A-Class
offer both ample equipment levels
and an appealing entry price to an
experience growing ever closer to
that of the flagship S-Class.
Make no mistake, the A-Class is
a big deal for Mercedes. For all its
high tech and suave looks: it has to
appeal to a broad church; from
company car drivers to low-mileage
private owners.
First impressions suggest it?s got
that task nailed down, blurring the
lines between car and appliance
thanks to Mercedes? embrace of
connected technologies. But it?s
also possible to enjoy and use the
car in its most basic form, a ?posh?
five-door hatchback.
With even the SE variants
gaining essentials such as digital
radio, a mass of active safety
features, sat nav and keyless
ignition, there?s no reason to slum
it. Sport and AMG Line add bigger
wheels, upgraded upholstery and a
few exterior styling tweaks.
Contrary to any concerns that
this latest A-Class was pitched
exclusively to tech-savvy buyers, it
really is a car for everyone. Sure
? Engine range: Turbo -petrol
? 1.3, 2.0-litre; Turbo -diesel
? 1.5-litre
? Power: 0 to 60mph in
6.0 seconds, 155mph top
speed (2.0)
? Average fuel economy:
68.9mpg (1.5TD)
? CO2 emissions range:
108-141g/km
? Rivals: Audi A3, BMW
1-Series, Volvo V40
? Rating: ??????????
you?ll sacrifice some of the
experience if you choose not to
embrace the new technology but
immerse yourself in the handbook,
or ask a teenager if you get stuck,
and you?ll find the added value is
worth the extra head scratching.
A bold statement on many fronts
this latest A-Class has the
potential to slip painlessly into
your life. Its premium badge, looks
and advanced features will have
both purists and a new generation
of owners nodding with approval.
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By David Shand
executive Jes Staley �2,430 over his
Barclays shareholder was sent to the
attempts to unmask a whistleblower.
The Financial Conduct Authority and bank containing various allegations,
some of which concerned him.
Prudential Regulation Authority said
Regulators said he had a conflict of
the 61-year-old American had made
interest in relation to the letter and
?serious errors of judgment? and ?failed
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bank?s compliance investigation.
received by the bank in June 2016.
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from senior colleagues not to
bonus for that year by �0,000.
try to identify the author, he
The bank?s own whistleblowlater instructed group secuing systems and controls were
rity to investigate.
criticised and it must now
The FCA?s Mark Steward
report annually to the two regsaid: ?Mr Staley breached the
ulators detailing how it handles
standard of care required and
whistleblowing.
expected of a chief executive
Staley said: ?I have consistin a way that risked underently acknowledged that my
mining confidence in Barclays?
personal involvement in this
whistleblowing procedures.
matter was inappropriate, and
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I have apologised for mistakes
role in exposing poor practice
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financial services sector. It is
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critical that individuals are
PRA and the sanctions which PENALTY: Staley
able to speak up anonymously and
they have each applied.?
without fear of retaliation if they want to
Barclays chairman John McFarlane
raise concerns.?
said it had made ?a very significant
Treasury select committee chair Nicky
adjustment? to Staley?s bonus.
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about the fine, adding: ?We?ll ask why it
the board and shareholders have given
believes that the fines are appropriate,
him their backing.
Staley became involved after a letter and what it believes the implications are
for the senior managers regime.?
that claimed to be from a
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risk, and cutting rents at 113
outlets. Shares fell 2緋 to 37p.
Zoopla and Uswitch bought up
THE owner of property websites
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price comparison service Uswitch
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�22billion.
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to 490p after it recommended a
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cent premium to its previous
closing price. Silver Lake believes
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product and technology, and
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UK and other countries?.
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INTERSERVE is being probed over
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services company has been referred
to the Financial Conduct Authority
for investigation into its ?handling of
inside information and its market
disclosures? over its exit from its
energy from waste business between
July 2016 and February 2017.
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that its exit provision had soared
from �million to �0million wiped
nearly a third from its value. Last
year?s annual loss more than doubled
to �4.4million due to ?self-inflicted
mistakes?. Shares fell 4緋 to 72紁.
PARAGON Banking Group has a
new chairman after its previous boss
was poached by the Co-op Bank.
Fiona Clutterbuck steps up after
six years on the board of the challenger bank, which specialises in
lending to landlords.
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Hargreaves Lansdown ..... 1889�
HSBC Holdings ................. 735�
Imperial Brands.............. 2765�
Informa .............................760#
InterContinental Htl.........4768#
Intertek Group ...................5106
Intl Consolidated Airlines......698
ITV....................................172#
Johnson Matthey ................3465
Kingfisher ......................297�#
Land Securities ................ 977�
Legal & General..............279�#
Lloyds Banking Grp .............67#
London Stock Ex. ............4431#
Marks & Spencer ............. 293�
Mediclinic Intnl................. 691�
Melrose .........................233�#
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Reed Elsevier ..................1592#
Rentokil Initial................321�#
Rio Tinto ............................4224
Rolls-Royce Group .............. 836c
Royal Bank Of Scot ..............294
Royal Mail ...........................631
RSA Insurance Grp .........653�#
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Sage Group .......................679#
Sainsbury (J)..................... 306�
Schroders ..........................3446
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Shire.............................. 4062�
Sky ....................................1358
Smith & Nephew ................1298
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Taylor Wimpey................195�#
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Unilever....................... 4139�#
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Vodafone Group ...................210
Whitbread ..........................4228
WPP Group ........................1311
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the Co-op Bank, which secured a
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funds last year.
Paragon CEO, Nigel Terrington,
said it had carried out a ?thorough
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from neutral to underperform,
while fellow blue chip water
company United Utilities
reversed 14緋 to 766絧.
BT Group?s slide on the back of
Thursday?s restructuring
continued as it lost 4p to 217p,
but AstraZeneca overcame the
failure of a drug in a lung disease
trial to close 27p ahead at 5279p.
Aviation services group BBA
Aviation climbed 5紁 to 335絧
on the back of a reassuring
trading update, while energy
services heavyweight Wood Group
gained 61p to 648絧 as it flagged
a return to growth this year.
Speculators moved into
property website Rightmove, up
176p to 4779p, on hopes for more
corporate activity following a
recommended takeover of the
owner of Zoopla.
Butchers chain Crawshaw
Group jumped 1.15p to 5緋 as it
appointed meat industry veteran
Jim Viggars as its chief executive
and Nick Taylor as finance chief.
Advanced Oncotherapy, which
develops proton therapy systems
for cancer, rose 7絧 to 60p after a
distribution agreement payment.
Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
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HIGH LOW
Aerospace & Defence
Avon Rubber . . . . . . . . . . . . 1450 +25
BAE Systems . . . . . . . . . . .634�# +15�
Chemring Group. . . . . . . . . . . 208 +�
Cobham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117� +�
Meggitt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 487 +2�
QinetiQ Group . . . . . . . . . . . . 237 +2
Rolls-Royce Group. . . . . . . . 836c +11�
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Balfour Beatty . . . . . . . . . . .302�#
Boot (Henry) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294#
Clarke T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79#
Costain Group . . . . . . . . . .480�#
CRH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2704
Galliford Try . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 942
Gleeson (MJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 740
Keller Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1054
Kier Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1079#
Kingspan Grp . . . . . . . . . . . . 3517
Marshalls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .427�
Morgan Sindall . . . . . . . . . . 1374#
Smart (J) & Co. . . . . . . . . .110�#
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Dialight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 550
Halma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1297
Morgan Crucible . . . . . . . . . . 345#
Oxford Instruments. . . . . . . . . 948
Renishaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5275
Spectris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2809
TT Electronics. . . . . . . . . . .226�#
Xaar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .353�
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Aberforth Smll.Co. . . . . . . . . 1406
Acencia Debt . . . . . . . . . . . 161�
Acorn Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . 467
Advance Devlpg Fund . . . . . . 609
Albion Tech.& Gen. VCT . . . . . 71
Albion VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66�
Alliance Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . 743
Artemis Alpha . . . . . . . . . . . . . 337
Aurora Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . 217#
Baillie Gifford Japan . . . . . . . . 826
Baillie Gifford Shin Nip . . . . . . 986
Bankers Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . 889#
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BH Macro GBP. . . . . . . . . . . 1950
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BlueCrest AllBlue . . . . . . . .224�
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British Assets Tst . . . . . . . . . . 122
British Empire Tst . . . . . . . . . . 746
Brunner Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . . 790
Caledonia Inv.. . . . . . . . . . . . 2730
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Dunedin Ent.IT. . . . . . . . . . . 378#
Dunedin Income . . . . . . . . . . 257#
Dunedin Small. . . . . . . . . . . . . 286
Eastern Euro Tst . . . . . . . . . . 352
Edin Wwide Inv. . . . . . . . . . . . 839
Edin.Drgn.Tst.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 378
Edin.Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 695#
Edin.US Tracker . . . . . . . . . 1280#
Elderstreet VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Electra Private Eq. . . . . . . . . . 825
F&C Cap&Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340
F&C Smaller Cos . . . . . . . . . 1385
F&C US Smaller Companies 953
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Fidelity Special . . . . . . . . . . . 270#
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HIGH LOW
Gartmore Euro.. . . . . . . . . .1317� +22� 1425
Genesis E.M.F.. . . . . . . . . . . . 720 +1
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Graphite Ent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 879 +9
882
Hansa Tst ?A? . . . . . . . . . . . . 980#
1030
Hansa Tst Plc . . . . . . . . . . . 1010#
1090
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Henderson Far Est . . . . . . . . 371# -1� 390�
Henderson High Inc . . . . . . . . 188 -� 201�
Henderson Opp Tst . . . . . .1047�
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Herald Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . 1305 +5 1325
HGCapital Tst. . . . . . . . . . .1927� +7� 1940
HSBC Infrastructure . . . . . . .144� -� 174�
Impax Env.Mkt . . . . . . . . . . . 264#
273
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Invesco Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293
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-1
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JPM Asian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 366 +1
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JPM Claverhouse. . . . . . . . . 764# +1
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JPM Elect Man Gwth . . . . . . . 825
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JPM Global Emerging . . . . . . 128 +� 142�
JPM Indian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 709
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JPM Overseas IT . . . . . . . . .319� +� 339�
JPM Smaller Co . . . . . . . . . . 1235 -15 1254
JPM US Sml Co . . . . . . . . . . . 302
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Jupiter Primdna . . . . . . . . . . . 339 +3 342�
JZ Capital Partners . . . . . . . . 489
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Keystone Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . .1792� -2� 1835
Law Debenture . . . . . . . . . . . . 615
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Lowland Invest Co . . . . . . . . 1565
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Manchester&Lon. . . . . . . . . . . 481 +7 486�
Martin Currie Pac. . . . . . . . .400� -�
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Martin Currie Prtflo Tst . . . . .245� +2� 248�
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Mercantile Inv Tst . . . . . . . . . 2210 +10 2210
Merchants Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . 523#
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Midas Inc&Gwth Tst. . . . . . .176�
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Mithras Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . . 252
260
Monks Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . 823
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Montanaro Euro Tst . . . . . . .842� +15
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Montanaro Uk . . . . . . . . . . . . . 580 +4
603
Murray Inc.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . . . 791 +4 817�
Murray Int.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . 1190#
-8 1307
New India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .452� -7�
477
New Star Inv.Tst. . . . . . . . . . . 107
115
North Atl.Smlr.Tst . . . . . . . . . 2695
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Northern 2 VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
78
Northern Investors . . . . . . . . . 224
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Northern Venture . . . . . . . . . . . 68 +1 83�
Oxford Tech 2 VCT . . . . . . . . 36�
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Oxford Tech VCT . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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Pacific Assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 -�
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Pacific Horizon . . . . . . . . . . .363� +1
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Pantheon Int. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1960 -15 2000
Perpetual In.&Gwth . . . . . . . . 369
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Polar Cap.Tech . . . . . . . . . . 1222 +8 1226
RCM Technology Trust . . . . 1410
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RIT Capital Partners. . . . . . . 2025
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Ruffer Investment . . . . . . . . . . 231 -1�
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Schroder Asia . . . . . . . . . . . . . 458
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Schroder Japan . . . . . . . . . .216� -�
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Schroder UK . . . . . . . . . . . . .197� -�
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Schroder UK M&S . . . . . . . . . 570 +6
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Scottish American . . . . . . . . . 373 -1�
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Scottish Inv.Tst . . . . . . . . . . . 848#
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Scottish Mortgage . . . . . . . .508� -2� 511�
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Small Comp Div.Tst . . . . . . . . 257
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SPARK VCT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21�
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Templeton Emrg. . . . . . . . . . . 748
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-5
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Throgmorton Tst. . . . . . . . . . . 532
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Value & Income . . . . . . . . . . . 275 +1 287�
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Vital statistics
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) W
Greatrex 86% (1 wins and 5 places
from 7 runners), D Skelton 73%
(10/14/33), J Tuite 70% (3/4/10), Ruth
Jefferson 67% (4/0/6), A King 61%
(5/6/18).
IN-FORM JOCKEYS H Skelton 83% (10
wins and 10 places from 24 runners), S
Woods 71% (2/3/7), A Rawlinson 67%
(1/3/6), Bryony Frost 67% (4/2/9), W
Hutchinson 67% (2/2/6).
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Kingsclere: WHITEFOUNTAINFAIRY
(5.50 Lingfield)
Newmarket: BARSANTI
(2.50 Ascot)
North: MUSTAAQEEM (6.45 Thirsk)
South: BREATH CAUGHT
(4.55 Haydock)
warwick Trackfacts
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed.
TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2013-18): R Johnson
23% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER
(2013-18): D Skelton 20% Strike rate. FIRST
TIME: 5.30 Clondaw Anchor (hood), 7.30
Supakalanistic (wind surgery). BEATEN
FAVOURITES: 5.30 Minella Warrior. 6.00
Finley?s Eyes. 6.30 Christmas In April(hcp
hdl). 8.30 Melchior King. LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Scenic Star (8.00) 170 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 5.30 Clondaw Anchor
from M Goff, Sehayli from L Carter. 8.30
Aclassagold from Benny O Walsh.
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5 006- BARBROOK STAR (20) P Hobbs 6 11 12.........R Johnson
6 142- SEASTON SPIRIT (61) O Sherwood 5 11 12.T Garner(3)
7 669- PADDYS RUNNER (20) G McPherson 6 11 12..H Stock(5)
8 F74- DAKKAR COLLONGES (20) B Case 5 11 11...M Kendrick(5)
9 2P6- BENDOMINGO (18) (C&D) N Twiston-Davies 7 11 10
Mr Z Baker(5)
10 143- SPECTATOR (42) T Vaughan 7 11 10....................A Johns
11 34P- CHRISTMAS IN APRIL (50) N Henderson 6 11 10
N De Boinville
12 467- DIVA DU MAQUIS (33) Noel Williams 5 11 2...W Hutchinson
13 650- HIS DREAM (F21) Jonjo O?Neill 5 11 1............ A Coleman
14 64L/ MONSART (550) S Lycett 6 10 9..................M Goldstein
BLINKERS: No. 1 VISOR: No. 10 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 4, 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 7 HOOD: No. 11.
W-Factor: Quiz Master (99); Bendomingo (98); Indirocco (94).
SP FORECAST: 4 Quiz Master, 11-2 Seaston Spirit, 7 Burrows Lane, 8
Indirocco, 10 Christmas In April, Bendomingo, Spectator, 12 Others.
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6.00
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Minella Warrior 7.00
Deyrann de
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Quiz Master 8.30
Poppy Kay
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Leg Lock Luke
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TUBES NOVICES? HURDLE
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1 1- BLUE N YELLOW (306) J Farrelly 5 10 12.... R T Dunne
2 2- CLONDAW ANCHOR (167) D Skelton 5 10 12.. H Skelton
3 282/l MINELLA WARRIOR (407) K Bailey 6 10 12... D Bass
4 LL/3- PRIMOGENITURE (15) M Keighley 7 10 12.... A Coleman
5 LP8- SAMMYLOU (16) G McPherson 5 10 12.....Kielan Woods
6 2L0- SCOTTSHILL (16) Jonjo O?Neill 6 10 12...... N Scholfield
7
SEHAYLI (F444) J Farrelly 5 10 12.................B J Powell
8 780- TURANGI (16) P Hobbs 6 10 12..........................R Johnson
TONGUE STRAP: No. 5 HOOD: No. 2.
W-Factor: Minella Warrior (99); Turangi (92); Clondaw Anchor (89).
SP FORECAST: 2 Clondaw Anchor, 5-2 Blue N Yellow, 5 Minella
Warrior, 11-2 Turangi, 10 Primogeniture, 16 Scottshill, 25 Others.
NOVICES? CHASE
7.00 MARES?
�198 (4)
2m 4f
1 332- l DEYRANN DE CARJAC (22) A King 5 11 2
W Hutchinson
2 FP4- EY UP ROCKY (20) Jonjo O?Neill 5 11 2........ A Coleman
3 5- FINLEY?S EYES (34) D Skelton 5 11 2............. H Skelton
4 06- GAUCHO (168) N Twiston-Davies 5 11 2.. T Humphries(7)
5 22L- REBEL COMMANDER (79) N Henderson 6 11 2...J McGrath
6 8/8P-SGROPPINO (25) P Hobbs 6 11 2......................R Johnson
W-Factor: Deyrann de Carjac (99); Finley?s Eyes (91);
Ey Up Rocky (87).
SP FORECAST: 10-11 Deyrann de Carjac, 5 Finley?s Eyes, 13-2 Ey Up
Rocky, 7 Rebel Commander, 10 Gaucho, Sgroppino.
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1 L57- APPLE OF OUR EYE (18) (D) C Longsdon 8 12 0
Jonathan Burke
2 122- l QUIZ MASTER (19) C Tizzard 6 12 0...........H Cobden
3 3/64-INDIROCCO (16) D Skelton 5 11 13..................... H Skelton
4 253- BURROWS LANE (179) C Longsdon 7 11 12........D Jacob
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1 334- l LEG LOCK LUKE (33) C Tizzard 8 12 3........J Bowen
2 5L3- ROLL THE DOUGH (16) P Hobbs 9 12 3...Sean Houlihan(3)
3 P2-3 GOODNIGHT CHARLIE (7) C Fryer 8 11 12
Bridget Andrews
4 126- CHARLIE MON (173) (D) Mike Hammond 9 11 12
C Hammond(3)
5 44P- SCENIC STAR (19) M B Shears 8 11 11................P Cowley
6 F5P- THAT?S GONNA STING (15) J Scott 7 10 11...R Hawker(3)
7 FP9- PSYCHOCANDY (33) I Williams 6 10 10......... C Deutsch
8 LPP- BROWN REVEL (171) S Flook 9 10 3...............H Stock(3)
9 PFU- MAZURATI (20) B Case 9 10 2.................M Kendrick(3)
BLINKERS: No. 1 VISOR: Nos. 3, 4
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 2, 5, 6, 8 CHEEK PIECES: No. 7.
W-Factor: Leg Lock Luke (99); Goodnight Charlie (97);
Roll The Dough (95).
SP FORECAST: 3 Roll The Dough, 7-2 Mazurati, 4 Goodnight
Charlie, Leg Lock Luke, 8 Charlie Mon, 12 Psychocandy, 14 That?s
Gonna Sting, 25 Scenic Star, 50 Brown Revel.
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
8.30 STANDARD
�599 (5)
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(15)
1 B1- ACLASSAGOLD (54) D Faulkner 5 11 2...... N Scholfield
2 302- BALLI MARTINE (68) Noel Williams 5 11 2....T Garner(3)
3
BIGNORM Mrs R Gasson 6 11 2................................ B Poste
4
GALLOWS POINT K Bailey 5 11 2.............................. D Bass
5
JUST ROCKY D Skelton 5 11 2............................ H Skelton
6
SIMON THE GREAT Miss K George 5 11 2..........S Bowen
7
COMMANDER MILLER N Henderson 4 10 12
N De Boinville
8 49- l KINGOFTHECOTSWOLDS (131) N Twiston-Davies 4 10 12 S Twiston-Davies
9 6- MELCHIOR KING (62) P Hobbs 4 10 12........T J O?Brien
10 12- NOBBY (62) A King 4 10 12.........................W Hutchinson
11
TEL?ART B Pauling 4 10 12.......................................D Jacob
12
THE WOLF W Greatrex 4 10 12...........................R Johnson
13 50- BLAZING GOLD (16) R Dickin 5 10 9.................... C Poste
14
PEANUTSPONYPETITE Mike Hammond 5 10 9
C Hammond(7)
15 9- SUZIE STAPLES (143) R J Price 4 10 5.............. L Heard
W-Factor: Kingofthecotswolds (99); Balli Martine (97);
Commander Miller (97).
SP FORECAST: 3 The Wolf, 7-2 Nobby, 9-2 Commander Miller, 8
Balli Martine, 10 Just Rocky, Kingofthecotswolds, Tel?art, 12
Melchior King, 14 Others.
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1 519- l I?M A GAME CHANGER (21) P Hobbs 6 11 12.. R Johnson
2 P2L- CULTIVATOR (121) N Henderson 7 11 10..N De Boinville
3 473- FIDUX (14) A King 5 11 5..............................W Hutchinson
4 340- DEMON D?AUNOU (22) Jonjo O?Neill 5 11 2...A Coleman
5 0L0- RED TORNADO (24) D Skelton 6 11 1............... H Skelton
6 328- CYRIUS MORIVIERE (29) B Pauling 8 11 1.........D Jacob
7 533- VIVAS (24) (D) C Longsdon 7 10 11..... Jonathan Burke
8 61P- SUPAKALANISTIC (62) N Twiston-Davies 5 10 10
Mr J Nailor(7)
9 150- REBEL YEATS (174) (C&D) I Williams 6 10 6.R T Dunne
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 6, 7 CHEEK PIECES: No. 7.
W-Factor: I?m A Game Changer (99); Cultivator (98); Red Tornado (97).
SP FORECAST: 3 Vivas, 5 I?m A Game Changer, Fidux, 11-2 Cyrius
Moriviere, 6 Cultivator, 8 Demon D?Aunou, 12 Others.
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EASTERN LADY (123) R J Price 5 10 12............. B Poste
KING?S RESTE (15) Miss Amy Murphy 6 10 12...J Quinlan
MISS CRICK (168) A King 7 10 12..............W Hutchinson
l POPPY KAY (24) P Hobbs 8 10 12.............R Johnson
TREACKLE TART (22) C Longsdon 6 10 12..Jonathan Burke
WHATDUHAVTOGET (21) D Skelton 6 10 12.. H Skelton
TONGUE STRAP: No. 2.
W-Factor: Poppy Kay (99); Miss Crick (98); Whatduhavtoget (97).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Poppy Kay, 3 Miss Crick, Treackle Tart,
4 Whatduhavtoget, 25 King?s Reste, 50 Eastern Lady.
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1 (3) 777- SPEEDO BOY (J175) I Williams 4 9 7........................... W Buick
2 (11) 55-3 TWIN STAR (10) A Balding 4 9 7.................Joshua Bryan(5)
3 (16) 17-5 THUNDERING BLUE (17) D Menuisier 5 9 5..............A Atzeni
4 (5) 155- MASTER SINGER (147) (D) J Gosden 4 9 5...............R Havlin
5 (12) 80-2MANJAAM (28) (C&D) E Dunlop 5 9 4.................. D Muscutt
6 (4) L15- WESTERN DUKE (187) R Beckett 4 9 3...................L Steward
7 (14) 53-1 COUNT CALABASH (31) (F) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 2.C Bishop
8 (15) 270- MACHINE LEARNER (182) (D) J Tuite 5 9 1........ Fran Berry
9 (1) 410- l HUMBLE HERO (211) (D) W Haggas 4 9 1...Daniel Tudhope
10 (13) 65-9 GREAT SOUND (31) (D) R Hughes 4 9 0.................. S W Kelly
11 (2) 8-31 KOEMAN (57) (D) M Channon 4 8 13.............. David Egan(3)
12 (6) 16-L C?EST NO MOUR (17) (D) P Hedger 5 8 11.............Ben Curtis
13 (8) 2-11 EXCEEDING POWER (38) M Bosley 7 8 11...................S Levey
14 (7) 21-2 DASH OF SPICE (17) D Elsworth 4 8 10......................Doubtful
15 (10) 15L- CROQUEMBOUCHE (231) (D) E De Giles 9 8 9.......W Cox(5)
16 (9) 425 FEARSOME (17) (D) N Littmoden 4 8 8............C Bennett(3)
BLINKERS: No. 4 VISOR: No. 8
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 10, 15 HOOD: No. 12.
W-Factor: Humble Hero (99); Master Singer (94); Dash Of Spice (93).
SP FORECAST: 5 Thundering Blue, 11-2 Count Calabash, 7 Humble Hero, 8
Manjaam, 10 Western Duke, Machine Learner, Koeman, Master Singer, 14
Others.
1 (11) 317- ZHUI FENG (281) (C) Mrs A Perrett 5 9 10................P Dobbs
2 (10) 720 THE GRAPE ESCAPE (63) S C Williams 4 9 8.......L Steward
3 (19) 00-1 SILENT ATTACK (28) (D) S bin Suroor 5 9 7.....S De Sousa
4 (27) 42-8 TONY CURTIS (21) (D) R Hannon 5 9 7.......................S Levey
5 (28) 8-60 FIRMAMENT (14)(T) D O?Meara 6 9 6...........Daniel Tudhope
6 (1) 295 MR SCARAMANGA (43) S Dow 4 9 5..........................C Bishop
7 (21) 274- SHADY MCCOY (170) (C&D) I Williams 8 9 5..... Fran Berry
8 (16) 143- RAISING SAND (217) (C,D) J Osborne 6 9 4....... D Costello
9 (22) 0-70 BURNT SUGAR (14) (D) Roger Fell 6 9 3....B Sanderson(7)
10(26) 079- ESCOBAR (210) (D,T) D O?Meara 4 9 1......................... A Kirby
11 (17) 1-55 REPERCUSSION (21) C Fellowes 5 9 1....................S Donohoe
12 (7) 10-3 KEYSER SOZE (21) (D) Richard Spencer 4 9 0...J P Spencer
13 (12) 68-2 GET KNOTTED (14) (D,T) M Dods 6 8 12............P Mulrennan
14 (14) 210- SABADOR (324) (D) Ed Walker 4 8 11......................... W Buick
15 (2) 11-3 l KYNREN (49) (D,F,T) T D Barron 4 8 11...........Ben Curtis
16 (6) 112/ LOUIE DE PALMA (1381) (C) C Cox 6 8 10...............H Crouch
17 (23) 14-0 GILGAMESH (21) (D) G Scott 4 8 10................ David Egan(3)
18(25) 561- CHARLES MOLSON (147) (D) P Chamings 7 8 10...D Muscutt
19 (5) 6-00 BRILLIANT VANGUARD (25)(T) K Ryan 5 8 8
Nicola Currie(5)
20 (8) 51-3 VIA SERENDIPITY (16) (D,F) S C Williams 4 8 8....M Dwyer
21 (3) 418 POET?S SOCIETY (14) (D,T) M Johnston 4 8 8.........J Quinn
22(29) 07-U NICHOLAS T (43)(T) J Goldie 6 8 7................ Phil Dennis(3)
23 (4) L71- POUVOIR MAGIQUE (183) J Gosden 4 8 6...............K O?Neill
24(15) 15-7 MAKAARIM (116) (D) H Morrison 4 8 6.............C Bennett(3)
25(18) 342 SEA FOX (28) (D) P Evans 4 8 6......................... G Malune(5)
26(24) 73L MASHAM STAR (7) (D,T) M Johnston 4 8 6......... J Fanning
27(20) 6/4-1SPANISH CITY (8) (D) R Varian 5 8 6........................A Atzeni
28 (9) 37-6 SIX STRINGS (36) Eve J-Houghton 4 8 3..............R Da Silva
29(13) 122 RIPP ORF (11) D Elsworth 4 8 1......................... Hayley Turner
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 11, 20 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 13, 19 HOOD: No. 28.
W-Factor: Kynren (99); Silent Attack (97); Spanish City (96).
SP FORECAST: 6 Keyser Soze, 7 Louie de Palma, 10 Silent Attack, 12 Kynren,
Pouvoir Magique, 14 Spanish City, Escobar, Raising Sand, 16 Others.
STAKES (PLUS 10) 2YO
4.35 NOVICE
�763 (3)
5f
STAKES (LISTED)
2.50 BUCKHOUNDS
�,520 (1)1m 3f 211yds
(6) ITV4
(1) 322- l BARSANTI (301) (D,S) R Varian 6 9 0..................A Atzeni
(4) 95-1 GLENCADAM GLORY (14) (D) J Gosden 4 9 0.........R Havlin
(5) 33L- MIRAGE DANCER (241) Sir M Stoute 4 9 0............... W Buick
(3) 823- SALOUEN (224) S Kirk 4 9 0....................................S De Sousa
(6) 620/ SCOTLAND (695) A Balding 7 9 0..............................R Hornby
(2) 116- GOD GIVEN (244) (D) L Cumani 4 8 9.................... J Fanning
HOOD: Nos. 2, 5.
W-Factor: Barsanti (99); Glencadam Glory (97); Mirage Dancer (97).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Barsanti, 3 Mirage Dancer, 9-2 Salouen, 5 God Given,
7 Glencadam Glory, 20 Scotland.
1
2
3
4
5
6
HANDICAP (STR)
3.25 FILLIES?
�,012 (2)
1m
(9) ITV4
(1) 844- URBAN FOX (217) W Haggas 4 9 10..............Daniel Tudhope
(4) 42-U QUEEN OF TIME (7) (D) H Candy 4 9 8................ Fran Berry
(7) 9-21 RED TEA (11) (D) P Hiatt 5 9 6.......................Finley Marsh(5)
(9) 314 ZEST (43) (D) J Fanshawe 5 9 3.............................. D Muscutt
(2) 1L2- TRIBUTE ACT (218) (D) J Fanshawe 4 9 3................ W Buick
(8) L60- BELLE MEADE (191) A Balding 4 9 0.........................R Hornby
(5) 151- l DYNAMIC (199) (D) W Haggas 4 8 11....................A Atzeni
(3) 331- DI FEDE (199) R Beckett 3 8 4.................................S De Sousa
(6) 4-03 DADDIES GIRL (13) B Millman 3 8 4........... Nicola Currie(5)
W-Factor: Dynamic (99); Tribute Act (96); Zest (95).
SP FORECAST: 3 Queen of Time, 7-2 Dynamic, 5 Urban Fox, 6 Tribute Act,
8 Red Tea, 10 Zest, Di Fede, 16 Daddies Girl, 20 Belle Meade.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Right Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2013-18): W Buick 17% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2013-18): J
Gosden 14% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.15 C?Est No Mour (hood), 4.00 Six
Strings (hood). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 2.50 Barsanti, Mirage Dancer. 4.00
Makaarim(hcp), Masham Star(hcp), Ripp Orf(hcp), Shady Mccoy(hcp), Six
Strings(hcp). 4.35 Blown By Wind. 5.10 Glory of Paris(hcp), Kaeso(hcp), Lord
Cooper(hcp), Tricky Dicky(hcp). DRAW: No significant advantage LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Nicholas T (4.00) & Insurplus (5.10) 406 miles. STABLE
SWITCH: 3.25 Urban Fox from J Tate to W Haggas. 4.00 Escobar from H
Palmer to D O?Meara, The Grape Escape from H Aldailami in United Arab
Emirates to S C Williams. 5.10 Blazed from R Charlton to E Vaughan,
Moonraker from M Channon to M Appleby.
tv INDEX
A - Ascot
H - Haydock
L - Lingfield
Act Of Valour.........H
All Set To Go..........H
Ashkoul..................H
Barsanti.................A
Belle Meade............A
Brilliant Vanguard..A
Burnt Sugar............A
C?Est No Mour........A
Capitaine................H
Casima................... L
Cecchini................. L
Charles Molson.......A
Chesterfield...........H
Corelli.................... L
Count Calabash......A
3.10
3.10
3.10
2.50
3.25
4.00
4.00
2.15
3.10
1.55
1.55
4.00
3.10
2.30
2.15
Croquembouche......A
Daddies Girl............A
Dash Of Spice.........A
Dear Sire................H
Di Fede...................A
Dynamic.................A
Ejtyah..................... L
Escobar..................A
Exceeding Power....A
Fearsome...............A
Firmament..............A
Flattering............... L
Forth Bridge...........H
Get Knotted...........A
Gilgamesh..............A
Glencadam Glory....A
God Given...............A
Great Sound...........A
Hassle....................H
Havana Beat...........H
Hikmaa................... L
Humble Hero..........A
2.15
3.25
2.15
3.10
3.25
3.25
1.55
4.00
2.15
2.15
4.00
1.55
3.10
4.00
4.00
2.50
2.50
2.15
3.10
3.10
3.40
2.15
(10)
1 (2) 12 BLOWN BY WIND (12) (D,F,T) M Johnston 9 8........ W Buick
2 (6) 1
l DAVE DEXTER (22) (D) R Beckett 9 8..............L Steward
3 (1)
AMPLIFY B Meehan 9 2................................................ J Fanning
4 (4)
DARK SHADOW C Cox 9 2................................................. A Kirby
5 (5)
GREAT RESPECT S bin Suroor 9 2............................. W Carson
6 (10)
MUTAWAFFER C Hills 9 2................................................A Atzeni
7 (8)
REVICH Richard Spencer 9 2..................................J P Spencer
8 (9)
SIRINAPHA R Hannon 9 2.................................................S Levey
9 (3) 6 SIR OX (35) R Cowell 9 2...........................................S De Sousa
10 (7)
TWO BLONDES M Channon 9 2.....................................C Bishop
W-Factor: Dave Dexter (99); Blown By Wind (98); Sir Ox (91).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Blown By Wind, 3 Dave Dexter, 6 Mutawaffer, 7 Great
Respect, 8 Sirinapha, 10 Dark Shadow, 14 Revich, 16 Others.
HANDICAP
5.10 HAIRCARE
�728 (4)
6f
(18)
1 (7) 114 l MONKS STAND (9) (D) J Mackie 4 9 12................. A Kirby
2 (10) 43-7 MUSCIKA (12) (D,T) D O?Meara 4 9 11.....Shelley Birkett(3)
3 (18) 163 IMAGINE IF (6) Roger Fell 4 9 7.............................S De Sousa
4 (15) L17 RED TYCOON (36) (D) K C-Brown 6 9 7.....................P Dobbs
5 (16) L4L- MADAME BOUNTY (191) (D) Ed Walker 4 9 7.......... L Keniry
6 (8) 224 GLORY OF PARIS (12) (D) B Millman 4 9 7............ W Carson
7 (6) 631 GLORIOUS POLITICS (65) (D,T) T D Barron 4 9 7..Fran Berry
8 (17) 42-9SHEPHERD?S PURSE (12) (D) David Loughnane 6 9 7
S Donohoe
9 (9) 114- KAESO (257) (D,T) N Tinkler 4 9 6..................L Edmunds(3)
10 (2) 400- MOONRAKER (197) (C&D) M Appleby 6 9 6.............C Bishop
11 (1) 231/ CUTTIN? EDGE (565) (D) W Muir 4 9 6......................M Dwyer
12 (11) 5-03FIELD OF VISION (12) (D) J Flint 5 9 4....................W Cox(5)
13 (4) 752 PHILBA (8) P Evans 6 9 4.................................................S Levey
14 (12) 24-3BLAZED (106) E Vaughan 4 9 3.............................J P Spencer
15 (14) 223 TRICKY DICKY (30) (D) Olly Williams 5 9 2
Connor Murtagh(5)
16 (13) 7-34LORD COOPER (28) (D) J Santos 4 9 2.................R Da Silva
17 (5) 6-94SEA SHACK (38) W Knight 4 9 1.................................... W Buick
18 (3) 450 INSURPLUS (8)(T) J Goldie 5 8 10.................. Phil Dennis(3)
VISOR: No. 17 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 13, 16 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 12, 13, 16.
W-Factor: Monks Stand (99); Moonraker (98); Muscika (95).
SP FORECAST: 13-2 Monks Stand, 7 Glory of Paris, 8 Glorious Politics,
10 Imagine If, Cuttin? Edge, 12 Blazed, Muscika, Kaeso, 14 Others.
Hunaina.................. L
John Constable......H
Kew Gardens.......... L
Keyser Soze...........A
King And Empire..... L
Knight To Behold.... L
Koeman..................A
Kynren...................A
La Figlia................. L
Lady of Shalott...... L
Lincoln Rocks......... L
Litigation............... L
Lord Napier............H
Louie de Palma.......A
Machine Learner.....A
Makaarim...............A
Manjaam.................A
Masham Star..........A
Master Singer.........A
Mirage Dancer........A
Mr Scaramanga......A
Nicholas T..............A
3.40
3.10
2.30
4.00
2.30
2.30
2.15
4.00
3.40
1.55
3.40
1.55
3.10
4.00
2.15
4.00
2.15
4.00
2.15
2.50
4.00
4.00
One Master............. L 3.40
Optimus Prime.......H 3.10
Perfect Clarity....... L 1.55
Poet?s Society........A 4.00
Pouvoir Magique.....A 4.00
Queen Of Connaught.L 1.55
Queen of Time........A 3.25
Raising Sand...........A 4.00
Red Tea..................A 3.25
Repercussion..........A 4.00
Ripp Orf..................A 4.00
Sabador..................A 4.00
Salouen..................A 2.50
Scotland.................A 2.50
Sea Fox..................A 4.00
Shady Mccoy..........A 4.00
Silent Attack..........A 4.00
Silver Streak..........H 3.10
Six Strings.............A 4.00
Sizing Granite.........H 3.10
Spanish City...........A 4.00
Speedo Boy............A 2.15
Star Of Southwold.. L
Stream Song........... L
Summer Icon.......... L
Tajaanus................. L
Technological......... L
The Grape Escape...A
The Unit.................H
Thrave.................... L
Thunderhooves....... L
Thundering Blue.....A
Tomyris.................. L
Tony Curtis............A
Tribute Act.............A
Twin Star................A
Unforgetable Filly.. L
Urban Fox...............A
Via Serendipity.......A
Wax And Wane........ L
Western Duke.........A
William H Bonney....H
Zest........................A
Zhui Feng...............A
2.30
1.55
3.40
3.40
2.30
4.00
3.10
2.30
2.30
2.15
3.40
4.00
3.25
2.15
3.40
3.25
4.00
2.30
2.15
3.10
3.25
4.00
Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
RACING: KEW GARDENS can STAKE DERBY ClAIm
KEW GARDENS (2.30) can book his
ticket for next month?s blue riband
at Epsom by taking today?s Betfred
Derby Trial at Lingfield.
However, today?s contest has a
poor record for throwing-up the
Derby winner. High-Rise, in 1998,
was the most recent. But Kew
Young Rascal at Chester this week,
at Newmarket in October.
O?Brien will also be hoping to
take the Oaks Trial with Flattering,
but I favour Litigation (1.55).
MELINOE (2.35, nap) appeals as
the bet of the day at Haydock. He is
worth another chance after failing
to keep straight on his latest start.
By The Scout
Gardens has some worthy
credentials and can give Aidan
O?Brien a fourth win in the race.
The Galileo colt finished last
season on a high when beating Dee
Ex Bee, a good second behind
Lingfield
ATR
THE Scout
1.55 Litigation
2.30 Kew Gardens
3.05 Miss Inga Sock
3.40 Unforgetable Filly
4.15 Master Archer
4.50 Epsom Secret
5.20 Warsaw Road
5.50 Natural
(DIV 1)
3.05 HANDICAP
�105 (6)
1m 2f
(9)
(1)
Runs: 1
Wins: 1(A)
�235
Trainer: A Balding
Owner: Qatar Racing Limited
1 (9) 614- l MISS INGA SOCK (238) (D) Eve J-Houghton 6 9 10
Georgia Cox(3)
2 (1) R-6L SHANKARA (38) N Mitchell 4 9 10...........................G Downing
3 (2) 10-6 BUSKIN RIVER (18) J Eustace 4 9 7...............................R Tate
4 (7) 214 SETTLE PETAL (11) P Phelan 4 9 6..................... P Bradley(5)
5 (8) 126 FAMOUS DYNASTY (24) M Blanshard 4 9 2
Josephine Gordon
6 (3) 650 DIAMOND REFLECTION (24) (D) A Dunn 6 9 0...... L Keniry
7 (5) 146- AVOCADEAU (220) (D) W Kittow 7 9 0.............. T Marquand
8 (4) 783 ROCKSETTE (18) P Hide 4 8 9.................................... H Bentley
9 (6) 55-2MIDNIGHT MOOD (33) (D) D F Davis 5 8 7...............J F Egan
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 6, 7, 9 CHEEK PIECES: No. 7.
W-Factor: Miss Inga Sock (99); Settle Petal (92); Avocadeau (92).
SP FORECAST: 3 Settle Petal, 7-2 Midnight Mood, 6 Famous Dynasty, 7 Miss
Inga Sock, Buskin River, Rocksette, 10 Avocadeau, 16 Diamond Reflection,
20 Shankara.
(4)
Runs: 2
Wins: 1
�542
T: A P O?Brien (IRE) O: Mr D Smith, Mrs J Magnier, Mr M Tab
(7)
Runs: 2
Wins: 1(F)
Trainer: H Dunlop
STAKES (GROUP 3)
3.40 FILLIES?
�,026 (1)
7f
(1)
Runs: 1
Wins: 1(GS)
�528
Trainer: D M Simcock
Owner: Mr Khalifa Dasmal
(8)
Runs: 2
Wins: 1(G)
�469
Trainer: R Hannon
Owner: Middleham Park Racing XXXIII
(2)
Runs: 2
Wins: 1(A)
Trainer: J Tate
Places: 1
�869
Owner: Mr Saeed Manana
(5)
Runs: 8
Wins: 2(A)
Trainer: G Margarson
(7)
Runs: 1
Wins: 1(G)
�235
Trainer: C Cox Owner: Dr Bridget Drew & Mr David J Keast
(4)
Runs: 2
Wins: 1(GS)
Trainer: H Candy
(9)
Runs: 3
Wins: 1(A)
�873
Trainer: M Bell Owner: Mrs P Shanahan & Mrs M V Magnier
(2)
Runs: 2
Trainer: J Ryan
Owner: Kilco (international) Ltd
(3)
Runs: 4
Wins: 2(G)
�,300
Trainer: J Gosden
Owner: Mr George Strawbridge
(6)
Runs: 3
Wins: 2(S)
Trainer: K Burke
TRIAL FILLIES? STAKES (LISTED) 3YO
BETFRED DERBY TRIAL STAKES (LISTED) 3YO
1m 3f 133yds
1.55 OAKS
�,684 (Class 1) 1m 3f 133yds
(9 declared) ITV4 2.30 �,026 (1)
1 60-3116 CASIMA (14) (D) 9 0........................E Greatrex 83
1
(9) ITV4
71241-3 l KEW GARDENS (25) 9 3.............R L MooreH99
2
1- CECCHINI (185) 9 0.......................R Kingscote 93
2
61-1 CORELLI (11) (F) 9 0............................L Dettori 94
3
1- EJTYAH (146) 9 0............................... H Bentley 87
3
1- KING AND EMPIRE (199) 9 0...........O Murphy 90
4
0-1 FLATTERING (7) (T) 9 0...................R L Moore 91
4
21- KNIGHT TO BEHOLD (199) 9 0..R Kingscote 95
(6)
Runs: 7
Wins: 2(A)
Trainer: Archie Watson
(3)
Runs: 6
Wins: 2(S,G)
Places: 2
�,432
T: A P O?Brien (IRE) O: Mr D Smith, Mrs J Magnier, Mr M Tab
Places: 1
�824
Owner: Mr Nurlan Bizakov
(8)
Runs: 1
Wins: 1(A)
Trainer: R Beckett
(9)
Runs: 3
Wins: 2(S,A)
�,472
Trainer: J Gosden
Owner: Mr George Strawbridge
�235
Owner: Mr P D Savill
(5)
Runs: 1
Wins: 1(A)
�235
Trainer: D M Simcock Owner: Abdullah Saeed Al Naboodah
5
1- LADY OF SHALOTT (200) 9 0...J P Spencer 92
6
12 l LITIGATION (12) 9 0................ T MarquandH99
5
Places: 1
�451
Owner: Mr L Neil Jones
61 STAR OF SOUTHWOLD (23) 9 0...T Marquand 88
6 6-2121L TECHNOLOGICAL (17) (D) 9 0......... T Queally 89
Places: 2
�880
Owner: Mr Abdulla Al Mansoori
1- PERFECT CLARITY (270) 9 0............. A Kirby 89
7
21- THRAVE (225) 9 0............................. H Bentley 90
8
441 QUEEN OF CONNAUGHT (10) (D) 9 0...O Murphy 86
8
8L- THUNDERHOOVES (225) 9 0..............B Doyle 79
9
741-1 STREAM SONG (19) (F) 9 0...............L Dettori 91
9
611- WAX AND WANE (212) (T) 9 0........... A Kirby 86
7
CHEEK PIECES: No. 9 HOOD: No. 8.
Forecast: 5-4 Flattering, 7-2 Stream Song, 4 Cecchini, 8 Lady of Shalott, 12 Perfect Clarity, 16
Ejtyah, 33 Queen Of Connaught, Litigation, 66 Casima.
GUIDE: STREAM SONG looked on good terms with herself when striking at Windsor
(1m2f, gd) last month and is expected to build on that effort now stepped up in trip and
fitted with first-time cheekpieces. Flattering commands respect for Ballydoyle and left
behind her debut spin when bolting up in the Cork mud (1m2f, sft-hvy) last weekend and
could feasibly figure, while Ralph Beckett?s Kempton novice (1m, pol) winner Cecchini
cannot be left out of calculations given her trainer?s past record in this contest.
Haydock
3.10
RUK
THE Scout
2.00 Whataknight 4.20 So Beloved
2.35 MELINOE (nap) 4.55 BREATH CAUGHT (nb)
3.10 Optimus Prime 5.25 Ballyarthur
3.45 Dancing Star 5.55 Little Jon
SCOTTISH EXPRESS: 3.10 JOHN CONSTABLE (nap)
HURDLE
2.00 HANDICAP
�,024 (Class 2)2m 6f 177yds (17 dec)
1 10U- THE TOURARD MAN (24) (D) A King 12 11 12
Kevin Dowling(7)
2 UL/0-ACTIVIAL (24) N Mulholland 8 11 10......... T Scudamore
3 13/4- DEBECE (28) T Vaughan 7 11 8..............................A Johns
4 P4P- JOSSES HILL (24) N Henderson 10 11 8..... J Bowen(3)
5 L30- WAIT FOR ME (58) P Hobbs 8 11 7..................R Johnson
6 086- PRIME VENTURE (28)(T) E Williams 7 11 6
Miss Isabel Williams(7)
7 L72- l WHATAKNIGHT (24) (C&D,T) H Fry 9 11 6
Mr M Legg(5)
8 217- JESTER JET (14) Tom Lacey 8 11 6................. R T Dunne
9 109- ENNISCOFFEY OSCAR (14) Emma Lavelle 6 11 5
A Wedge
10 F9/2- WOLF OF WINDLESHAM (14) Stuart Edmunds 6 11 5
T J O?Brien
11 1P/P- LAURIUM (184) N Henderson 8 11 3........ N De Boinville
12 8L2- JUST JANICE (23) J E Kiely (IRE) 6 11 0..... A Coleman
13 620- SIR MANGAN (28) D Skelton 10 11 0................ H Skelton
14 231- MONBEG THEATRE (24) J Snowden 9 11 0
Miss Page Fuller(5)
15 PP6- VICONTE DU NOYER (17)(T) C Tizzard 9 10 11
R M Power
16 911/ FLORRIE BOY (522) N Twiston-Davies 7 10 8
S Twiston-Davies
17 PL8- CARLOS DU FRUITIER (24) B Pauling 6 10 7...D Jacob
BLINKERS: Nos. 13, 15 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 5, 7, 12, 14, 15
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 14 HOOD: Nos. 2, 5.
W-Factor: Whataknight (99); Monbeg Theatre (98);
Florrie Boy (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-2 Monbeg Theatre, 7 Whataknight, 8 Wolf Of
Windlesham, 10 Debece, Wait For Me, Florrie Boy, 12 Josses Hill,
Just Janice, Jester Jet, Prime Venture, 14 Others.
HANDICAP
2.35 STAYERS?
�116 (4)
1m 6f
(8)
1 (7) 32/9-CAPE CASTER (210)(T) E Williams 7 9 11...D Probert
2 (3) 42L- AMLAD (226) (F) E Dunlop 4 9 11................J Crowley
3 (6) 223- l MELINOE (206) (D) Sir M Prescott 4 9 10...L Morris
4 (5) 110 INN THE BULL (35) (D) A King 5 9 10..........M Harley
5 (1) 23/5 BEDROCK (7) (C,F) I Jardine 5 9 7.................. D Nolan
6 (4) 1-67 UBER COOL (7) (C&D) J Chapple-Hyam 4 9 6..G Lee
7 (8) 06L/ VENUE (J555) (C) D McCain 8 9 5.................. T Eaves
8 (2) 352 I?M A BELIEVER (12) M Channon 4 8 5
Jane Elliott(5)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 5 CHEEK PIECES: No. 5 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Melinoe (99); Inn The Bull (89); Uber Cool (88).
SP FORECAST: 3 Melinoe, 7-2 Bedrock, 5 Inn The Bull, 6 Amlad, 8
Venue, I?m A Believer, 10 Uber Cool, 14 Cape Caster.
Places: 1
�523
Owner: Mr T Barr
�,938
Owner: Mr Tim Dykes
TONGUE STRAP: No. 2.
Forecast: 6-4 Kew Gardens, 3 Corelli, 13-2 Thrave, 7 Knight To Behold, 10 King And Empire, Star Of
Southwold, 14 Wax And Wane, 50 Technological, 200 Thunderhooves.
GUIDE: 110-rated Aiden O?Brien raider Kew Gardens makes most appeal on his Listed
victory in the Zetland Stakes in October (1m2f, gd) but he needs to build on his reappearance
effort in the Fielden Stakes (1m1f, gd-sft) if he?s to defy a penalty here. Narrow preference is
thus for CORELLI, who was eased down in the closing stages when striking at Yarmouth
(1m3f, sft) earlier in the month and makes some appeal on breeding, being a half-brother to
smart types like Lucarno, Flying Officer and Thought Worthy. King And Empire struck at
Kempton (1m, pol) last year and is a potential improver now upped in trip.
HANDICAP HURDLE (GRADE 3)
�,950 (1) 1m 7f 144yds(16) ITV4
1 62L- JOHN CONSTABLE (60) (C&D,T) E Williams 7 11 12
J Bowen(3)
2 F12- DEAR SIRE (28) (D) D McCain 6 11 1.................B Hughes
3 143- CHESTERFIELD (21) (D) J W Mullins 8 11 0....D Sansom(5)
4 327- THE UNIT (21) A King 7 10 12.....................W Hutchinson
5 136- SIZING GRANITE (17) (D,T) C Tizzard 10 10 11.. R M Power
6 112- l OPTIMUS PRIME (16) D Skelton 6 10 10... H Skelton
7 1F5- CAPITAINE (24) (D) P Nicholls 6 10 7.............H Cobden
8 P22- FORTH BRIDGE (24) (D) C Longsdon 5 10 7
Jonathan Burke
9 311- HAVANA BEAT (28) (D) A Carroll 8 10 4.....J Nixon(7)
10 1/04- ALL SET TO GO (28) (D) Kevin Frost 7 10 3.. A Coleman
11 2U6- SILVER STREAK (63) (D,T) E Williams 5 10 2
T J O?Brien
12 915- ACT OF VALOUR (14) (D) P Nicholls 4 10 1
Bryony Frost(3)
13 1L1- LORD NAPIER (16) (D,T) P Bowen 5 10 0.........S Bowen
14 11L/ HASSLE (574) (D) Dr R Newland 9 10 0
S Twiston-Davies
15 680- WILLIAM H BONNEY (57) (D) A King 7 10 0... B J Powell
16 151- ASHKOUL (35) (D) D Skelton 5 10 0
Bridget Andrews(3)
BLINKERS: No. 14 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 5, 6, 13, 16
HOOD: Nos. 2, 7.
W-Factor: Optimus Prime (99); Act Of Valour (98);
Capitaine (96).
SP FORECAST: 6 Capitaine, 13-2 Chesterfield, 7 Act Of Valour, 10
Sizing Granite, Optimus Prime, John Constable, Silver Streak, 12
Dear Sire, Havana Beat, Forth Bridge, The Unit, 16 Others.
STAKES
3.45 CONDITIONS
�,006 (2)
6f
(6)
1 (2) 717- TOMMY TAYLOR (217) (D) K Ryan 4 9 12...... T Eaves
2 (4) 444 INTISAAB (43) (D) D O?Meara 7 9 9..............M Harley
3 (6) 3-18 MYTHMAKER (98) (C&D) B Smart 6 9 9............G Lee
4 (5) 413 MOBSTA (14) (D,F) M Channon 6 9 5...James Doyle
5 (1) 700/ SECRETINTHEPARK (672) (D) M Mullineaux 8 9 5
L Jones
6 (3) 020- l DANCING STAR (322) (D) A Balding 5 9 0
D Probert
CHEEK PIECES: No. 2.
W-Factor: Dancing Star (99); Intisaab (98); Tommy Taylor (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Dancing Star, 5-2 Intisaab, 3 Tommy Taylor, 6
Mythmaker, 16 Mobsta, 50 Secretinthepark.
TROPHY STAKES (LISTED)
4.20 SPRING
�,983 (1)
7f 37yds
(7)
1 (3) 21-L TABARRAK (49) (D) R Hannon 5 9 11.........J Crowley
2 (4) 19-0 ABSOLUTELY SO (25) (C&D) A Balding 8 9 8
D Probert
3 (7) 11L ARCANADA (43) (D) T Dascombe 5 9 8........ T Eaves
4 (1) 640 EARLY MORNING (43) (C,D,F) H Dunlop 7 9 8. G Lee
5 (2) 614- MAKZEEM (217) (D) R Charlton 5 9 8....K Shoemark
6 (6) 70-3 MUBTASIM (16) (C,D) W Haggas 4 9 8.. James Doyle
7 (5) 49-2 l SO BELOVED (21) (C&D) D O?Meara 8 9 8..M Harley
CHEEK PIECES: No. 3 HOOD: No. 6.
W-Factor: So Beloved (99); Tabarrak (97);
Absolutely So (96).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 So Beloved, 4 Mubtasim, 9-2 Makzeem, 5
Tabarrak, 6 Absolutely So, 7 Arcanada, 16 Early Morning.
4.55
PERTEMPS NETWORK HCAP 3YO
�704 (3)
1m 37yds
(9)
1 (1) 70-2 ALFA MCGUIRE (16) B Smart 9 7..........................G Lee
2 (6) 21-1 l BREATH CAUGHT (23) (D,S,T) R Beckett 9 6
James Doyle
3 (7) 237 LAWN RANGER (15) (D,T) M Attwater 9 6.. Doubtful
4 (9) 22-6JAZEEL (24) (D) M Channon 9 3...................M Harley
5 (8) 22-5 GLOBAL CONQUEROR (21) S Crisford 9 2...K Shoemark
6 (4) 417- RUM RUNNER (241) R Hannon 9 0..............J Crowley
7 (3) 7-31 MONT KINABALU (16) K Ryan 8 13.................. T Eaves
8 (2) 35-L RUNNING CLOUD (15) Eve J-Houghton 8 10..D Probert
9 (5) 320- KRAKA (244) T Dascombe 8 8.......................... L Jones
CHEEK PIECES: No. 8.
W-Factor: Breath Caught (99); Global Conqueror (90);
Mont Kinabalu (87).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Alfa McGuire, 10-3 Breath Caught, 5 Global
Conqueror, Mont Kinabalu, 7 Rum Runner, 10 Kraka, 14 Others.
HANDICAP CHASE
5.25 INTERMEDIATE
�,768 (2)
2m 4f 135yds (7)
1 13F- ROCKLANDER (28) T R George 9 11 12...........P Brennan
2 L11- l BALLYARTHUR (16) N Twiston-Davies 8 11 5
S Twiston-Davies
3 8P6- MIDNIGHT SHOT (14) C Longsdon 8 11 3.....T J O?Brien
4 421- BEGGAR?S WISHES (31) (D,T) P Bowen 7 10 13.. S Bowen
5 116- CRACKING FIND (22) (F) Mrs S Smith 7 10 12...D Cook
6 LLP- EXXARO (184)(T) C Tizzard 8 10 8................ R M Power
7 5P2- LOFGREN (22) D McCain 7 10 7..........................B Hughes
BLINKERS: Nos. 4, 6 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 4, 6, 7.
W-Factor: Ballyarthur (99); Beggar?s Wishes (95); Exxaro (93).
SP FORECAST: 2 Ballyarthur, 7-2 Beggar?s Wishes, 5 Rocklander, 7
Cracking Find, Lofgren, 10 Midnight Shot, 12 Exxaro.
CHASE
5.55 HANDICAP
�,007 (3)
2m 2f 211yds
(9)
1 U42- POKER SCHOOL (18) (D) I Williams 8 11 13.. T J O?Brien
2 1L3- ROBBING THE PREY (22) Ruth Jefferson 7 11 12.. S Bowen
3 531- SOMCHINE (45) J W Mullins 10 11 11..............A Thornton
4 LLL- RAVEN?S TOWER (50) B Pauling 8 11 11..........T Bellamy
5 343- DERINTOHER YANK (34) (F) D McCain 7 11 6..B Hughes
6 2PL- PEARLS LEGEND (126) J Spearing 11 11 6... T Scudamore
7 23P- STRONGLY SUGGESTED (137) Jonjo O?Neill 11 11 5
R McLernon
8 P2F- l LITTLE JON (18) N Twiston-Davies 10 11 5
S Twiston-Davies
9 L/13- REAR ADMIRAL (19) M W Easterby 12 11 5
Mr W Easterby(5)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 9 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 8 HOOD: No. 5.
W-Factor: Little Jon (99); Robbing The Prey (95);
Poker School (93).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Poker School, 4 Derintoher Yank, 5 Somchine,
6 Little Jon, 7 Robbing The Prey, 8 Rear Admiral, 12 Others
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2013-18): G Lee 11% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2013-18):
T Dascombe 17% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.00 Sir Mangan (blinkers),
Laurium (wind surgery), 2.35 Cape Caster (tongue strap), 3.10 William
H Bonney (wind surgery), Lord Napier (tongue strap), 4.20 Mubtasim
(hood). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 2.00 Whataknight(hcp hdl). 2.35
Bedrock(hcp), Inn The Bull(hcp), Melinoe(hcp). 3.10 Capitaine(hcp
hdl). 3.45 Mobsta(hcp). 4.20 Mubtasim, So Beloved. 4.55 Alfa
McGuire(hcp), Global Conqueror. 5.55 Little Jon(hcp ch). LONGEST
TRAVELLER: Just Janice (2.00) Ireland; Whataknight (2.00) 224
miles. STABLE SWITCH: 3.45 Secretinthepark from R Cowell.
(9) ITV4
1 (2) 311 HUNAINA (35) (D) H F Devin (FR) 4 9 4...........Alexis Badel
2 (1) 24-4LA FIGLIA (35) J Noseda 4 9 4....................................J F Egan
3 (7) 95-3 LINCOLN ROCKS (7) (D,F,T) D O?Meara 5 9 4...... H Bentley
4 (3) 311- ONE MASTER (217) (D,F) W Haggas 4 9 4............R L Moore
5 (6) 6L2 SUMMER ICON (7) (D) M Channon 5 9 4.............C Shepherd
6 (4) 330- TOMYRIS (217) (D) R Varian 4 9 4.............................L Dettori
7 (5) 1LL- l UNFORGETABLE FILLY (210) (C,D) H Palmer 4 9 4
Josephine Gordon
8 (9) 51-4 HIKMAA (21) (D) E Vaughan 3 8 6............................. F Norton
9 (8) 17-2 TAJAANUS (21) (D,F) R Hannon 3 8 6................ T Marquand
VISOR: No. 2 TONGUE STRAP: No. 1.
W-Factor: Unforgetable Filly (99); One Master (97); Lincoln Rocks (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 One Master, 5 Tajaanus, 6 Tomyris, Hunaina, 7 La Figlia,
Lincoln Rocks, 8 Hikmaa, Unforgetable Filly, 25 Summer Icon.
TV HANDICAP
4.15 BETFRED
�531 (4) 2m 68yds
(5)
(1) L21 WESTERN WAY (33) (D) D Cantillon 9 9 11..............L Dettori
(3) 2-22l MASTER ARCHER (24) J Fanshawe 4 9 9........ H Bentley
(4) 17-1 MANCINI (16) J Portman 4 9 6..............................R Kingscote
(5) 339 ARDAMIR (17) Mrs L Mongan 6 9 3......................J Watson(5)
(2) 635 FITZWILLY (8) (C&D,F) M Channon 8 8 8..........C Shepherd
BLINKERS: No. 1 CHEEK PIECES: No. 2.
W-Factor: Master Archer (99); Western Way (96); Fitzwilly (89).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Western Way, 2 Mancini, 5-2 Master Archer, 14 Fitzwilly,
16 Ardamir.
1
2
3
4
5
CHESTER: Good
1.50?BARAWEEZ (Phil Dennis, 7?1) 1; Gossiping
(11?2 jt fav) 2; Above The Rest (11?2 jt fav) 3. H?cap 15
ran. 11/4l, 3/4l. (B Ellison). Tote: �10; pl �50, �40,
�50. exacta: �.60. tricast: �3.28. trifecta:
�2.10. CSF: �.08. Non-runner: Arcanada.
2.25?FOREST RANGER (T Hamilton, 6?1) 1; War
Decree (4?1 2nd fav) 2; Gabrial (25?1) 3. 5 ran. 11/4l, 21/2l.
(R Fahey; 8-13 fav Eminent). Tote: �80; pl �60,
�80. exacta: �.30. trifecta: �5.70. CSF: �.04.
Non-runner: Frankuus.
3.00?RESTORER (R Kingscote, 7?2 fav) 1; Dark
Red (5?1) 2; Not So Sleepy (15?2) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 13/4l,
11/4l. (I Williams). Tote: �00; pl �70, �40, �70.
exacta: �.70. tricast: �7.18. trifecta: �8.50.
CSF: �.47. Non-runner: Gulf Of Poets.
3.35?MAGIC CIRCLE (Fran Berry, 8?1) 1; Fun
Mac (15?2) 2; Who Dares Wins (9?1) 3; Dubawi Fifty
(6?1 ) 4. H?cap 16 ran. 6l, 11/2l, ns. (I Williams; 11-2 fav
Time To Study). Tote: �70; pl �90, �90, �70,
�00. exacta: �.10. tricast: �4.47. trifecta:
�6.30. CSF: �.86. Non-runner: Saigon City.
4.05?KACHY (R Kingscote, evens fav) 1; Growl
(10?3 2nd fav) 2; Sir Maximilian (9?2) 3. 8 ran. 9l, 3/4l.
(T Dascombe). Tote: �80; pl �10, �10, �40.
exacta: �40. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �73.
4.40?STAR OF THE EAST (Jane Elliott, 10?1) 1;
Gabrial?s King (7?2 2nd fav) 2; Jabbaar (4?1) 3. H?cap
10 ran. nk, nk. (M Johnston; 9-4 fav Rainbow Rebel).
Tote: �10; pl �30, �20, �30. exacta: �.20. tricast: �9.02. trifecta: �4.10. CSF: �.81. Nonrunner: Vincent?s Forever.
5.15?LOOK MY WAY (J Hart, 12?1) 1; Coeur de Lion
(7?1) 2; Mirsaale (33?1) 3; Suegioo (10?1) 4. H?cap 16 ran.
nk, 11/4l, nk. (J J Quinn; 4-1 fav American Gigolo). Tote:
�.00; pl �00, �40, �10, �20. exacta: �2.90.
tricast: �53.37. trifecta: �33.00. CSF: �.00.
Jackpot: Not won, pool of �862.24 carried over.
Placepot: �.40 Quadpot: �60
LINGFIELD: Good-good to firm in places
1.40?FLYING NORTH (Hollie Doyle, 7?2 jt 2nd fav)
1; Stoney Broke (6?5 fav) 2; Champagne Pink (6?1) 3.
H?cap 5 ran. 41/2l, 1l. (R Hannon). Tote: �40; pl �90,
�10. exacta: �20. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �26.
2.15?SAVING GRACE (J P Spencer, 7?1) 1;
Hameem (11?4 fav) 2; Cosmic Love (7?2 jt 2nd fav) 3.
14 ran. hd, 1l. (L Cumani). Tote: �10; pl �30, �60,
�40. exacta: �.20. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �.90.
2.50?GLORY FIGHTER (G Mosse, 4?6 fav) 1;
Soldier?s Call (14?1) 2; Tin Hat (5?2 2nd fav) 3. 8 ran.
11/4l, 6l. (C Hills). Tote: �50; pl �10, �50, �10.
exacta: �.10. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �.71.
3.25?REBECCA ROCKS (H Bentley, 11?8 fav) 1;
Evergate (6?1) 2; Sandra?s Secret (16?1) 3. H?cap 5 ran.
hd, 1l. (H Candy). Tote: �00; pl �20, �20. exacta:
�30. trifecta: �.10. CSF: �.34.
3.55?HATEYA (W Buick, 4?1 2nd fav) 1;
Maghaweer (13?8 fav) 2; Electric Landlady (12?1) 3.
H?cap 10 ran. 4l, 11/4l. (J Boyle). Tote: �60; pl �80,
�10, �80. exacta: �.00. tricast: �.76. trifecta:
�0.70. CSF: �.29. Non-runner: Bubble And Squeak.
4.30?JAWWAAL (J Crowley, 11?4 2nd fav) 1;
Ledham (5?1) 2; Why We Dream (9?2) 3; Salute The
Soldier (9?4 fav) 4. 16 ran. 13/4l, 31/2l, 11/2l. (J Gosden).
Tote: �40; pl �40, �10, �60. exacta: �.60.
trifecta: �5.40. CSF: �.73. Non-runner:
Captivating Light.
5.05?DEL PARCO (H Crouch, 6?1) 1; Dark Alliance
(12?1) 2; Island Cloud (9?2 jt 2nd fav) 3. H?cap 7 ran. 4l,
hd. (C Cox; 2-1 fav Hedging). Tote: �10; pl �10,
�20. exacta: �.30. trifecta: �3.40. CSF: �.16.
Placepot: �50 Quadpot: �90
79
(DIV 2)
4.50 HANDICAP
�105 (6)
1m 2f
(9)
5.20 HANDICAP
�246 (3)
(7)
1 (6) 4-72 ASHAZURI (11) (F) J Portman 4 9 9.....................R Kingscote
2 (9) 8L6 TOP BEAK (70) M Attwater 5 9 7....................... P Bradley(5)
3 (4) 423 READY (28) (D) Mark Pattinson 8 9 5.............................K Fox
4 (2) 154 BETSALOTTIE (19) (D) J Bridger 5 9 4..............M Godwin(3)
5 (5) 912 WINDSORLOT (12) (D) A Carroll 5 9 1....................G Downing
6 (8) L47- KIRKLAND FOREVER (208) Eve J-Houghton 4 8 13
E Greatrex
7 (3) 42-4l EPSOM SECRET (17) (D) P Phelan 4 8 12............J F Egan
8 (7) 9-20SOLVEIG?S SONG (18) (D) S Woodman 6 8 8....... H Bentley
9 (1) LL5 TURNBURY (17) (D) Mrs N Evans 7 8 7.................... F Norton
TONGUE STRAP: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 8, 9 HOOD: Nos. 1, 2, 7.
W-Factor: Epsom Secret (99); Ashazuri (94); Betsalottie (93).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Ashazuri, 7-2 Windsorlot, 5 Epsom Secret, 6 Ready, 7
Betsalottie, 12 Top Beak, Solveig?s Song, 14 Turnbury, 20 Kirkland Forever.
7f 135yds
(4) 464 MUTAWATHEA (52) (D) S Crisford 7 10 0.................R Havlin
(2) 62-L BLACK BESS (36) (C) J Boyle 5 9 7.................. P Bradley(5)
(6) 10-0 PROST (21) (D) E Vaughan 4 9 5.............................. H Bentley
(5) 11-4 l WARSAW ROAD (24) (C) L Cumani 4 9 1..........R L Moore
(7) 690 THE WARRIOR (7) (D) Mrs A Perrett 6 9 0........R Kingscote
(3) 21-5 ACLIMATISE (16) (D,T) M Johnston 4 8 13.............. F Norton
(1) 292 SAYESSE (18) (F) M Channon 4 8 11.....................C Shepherd
CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
W-Factor: Warsaw Road (99); Aclimatise (95); Mutawathea (94).
SP FORECAST: 15-8 Warsaw Road, 7-2 Sayesse, 4 Mutawathea, 6 Aclimatise,
10 Prost, 12 Black Bess, 14 The Warrior.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NOVICE STAKES
5.50 FILLIES?
�752 (5)
6f
(10)
1 (7) 33- ISLAND OF LIFE (280) W Haggas 4 9 7.................R L Moore
2 (10) 27-7 l NATURAL (21) R Hannon 3 9 4..............................O Murphy
3 (6) 61- RESTLESS ROSE (162) (D,F) S C Williams 3 9 4...H Bentley
4 (5) 052- WHITEFOUNTAINFAIRY (259) (D,S) A Balding 3 9 1
J Watson(5)
5 (4) 80 FANTASTIC FLYER (15) D Ivory 3 8 11....................... F Norton
6 (3)
HILIGHT H Morrison 3 8 11................................................R Havlin
7 (9)
MOSTLY GREEN W Kittow 3 8 11...............................G Downing
8 (2) 6- ON A ROLL (388) R Hannon 3 8 11....................... T Marquand
9 (1) 9 POWER TO EXCEED (28) H Palmer 3 8 11... Josephine Gordon
10 (8) 4-7 STAR ATTRACTION (33) D Menuisier 3 8 11......R Kingscote
HOOD: No. 9.
W-Factor: Natural (99); Island Of Life (97); Whitefountainfairy (96).
SP FORECAST: 6-5 Whitefountainfairy, 11-4 Natural, 5 Island Of Life, 8
Restless Rose, 20 On A Roll, 25 Power To Exceed, Hilight, 33 Mostly Green,
Star Attraction, 50 Fantastic Flyer.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2013-18):
A Kirby 19% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2013-18): R Hannon 18%
Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 1.55 Stream Song (cheek pieces), 3.40 La Figlia
(visor), 5.50 Power To Exceed (hood). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 1.55 Casima(hcp),
Litigation. 2.30 Kew Gardens. 3.40 La Figlia. 4.15 Fitzwilly(hcp). 4.50
Windsorlot(hcp). DRAW: Low best in races up to a mile LONGEST TRAVELLER:
Hunaina (3.40) France; Flattering (1.55) & Kew Gardens (2.30) Ireland; Wax
And Wane (2.30) 271 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 4.50 Kirkland Forever from B
Powell. 5.50 Island Of Life from S bin Suroor.
RESULTS
MARKET RASEN: Good
1.30?MAIRE BANRIGH (H Skelton, 7?4 2nd fav) 1;
Aardwolf (4?1) 2; Leapt (20?1) 3. 11 ran. 6l, 13l. (D
Skelton; 6-4 fav Ilewin Geez). Tote: �90; pl �20,
�10, �20. exacta: �70. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �15.
2.05?SHADY GLEN (Kielan Woods, 10?1) 1;
Return Flight (14?1) 2; Silver Tassie (12?1) 3. H?cap 6
ran. 2l, 5l. (G McPherson; 4-5 fav Pickamix). Tote:
�70; pl �20, �50. exacta: �.40. trifecta:
�9.10. CSF: �4.90. Non-runner: Maestro Royal.
2.40?GREAT COLACI (Ross Chapman, 12?1) 1;
Pronto Tonto (9?1) 2; Emmas Dilemma (2?1 fav) 3.
H?cap 12 ran. nk, 1/2l. (G Boanas). Tote: �.80; pl
�90, �80, �20. exacta: �2.60. tricast: �9.10.
trifecta: �5.60. CSF: �3.99.
3.15?SOURIYAN (S Bowen, 9?1) 1; Theatrebar
(10?3 fav) 2; Just Milly (4?1 jt 2nd fav) 3. H?cap 8 ran.
hd, 41/2l. (P Bowen). Tote: �.30; pl �70, �40,
�50. exacta: �.40. tricast: �1.76. trifecta:
�0.60. CSF: �.60.
3.45?DOCTOR THEA (J Colliver, 7?1) 1; Bentons
Lad (7?2 fav) 2; Oologist (11?1) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 33/4l, 33/4l.
(J O?Keeffe). Tote: �90; pl �90, �70, �40.
exacta: �.50. tricast: �1.09. trifecta: �0.00.
CSF: �.05.
4.20?MONTHYNE (R Johnson, 3?1 2nd fav) 1;
Norse Light (6?1) 2; Cafe Au Lait (9?4 fav) 3. H?cap 9
ran. nk, 3l. (W Greatrex). Tote: �70; pl �30, �30,
�10. exacta: �.30. tricast: �.56. trifecta: �.30.
CSF: �.67. Non-runner: Sundance Boy.
4.55?MIDNIGHT MUSTANG (M Hamill, 11?1) 1;
Elkstone (8?1) 2; Too Much Too Soon (evens fav) 3. H?cap
11 ran. 1/2l, 11/4l. (Andrew Martin). Tote: �.30; pl �70,
�60, �10. exacta: �.20. tricast: �7.02. trifecta:
�0.10. CSF: �.40. Non-runner: The Society Man.
5.30?TOKAY DOKEY (H Skelton, 11?2) 1; Encore
Champs (evens fav) 2; Welland (16?1) 3. 10 ran. 1/2l, nk.
(D Skelton). Tote: �50; pl �90, �10, �00. exacta: �.70. trifecta: �1.70. CSF: �.69.
Placepot: �7.60 Quadpot: �.10
ASCOT: Good to firm
5.25?SAM MISSILE (J Dinsmore, 25?1) 1; Soghan
(11?4 fav) 2; Imphal (4?1 2nd fav) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 1/2l, 3/4l.
(J Osborne). Tote: �.20; pl �90, �50, �80.
exacta: �5.50. tricast: �9.60. trifecta: �78.20.
CSF: �.20.
6.00?SHADES OF BLUE (A Kirby, 9?2) 1; Queen
Of Bermuda (2?1 fav) 2; Come On Leicester (5?2 2nd
fav) 3. 11 ran. 11/4l, 3/4l. (C Cox). Tote: �00; pl �70,
�10, �30. exacta: �.10. trifecta: �.40. CSF:
�.95.
6.35?STREAM OF STARS (L Dettori, 5?2 2nd
fav) 1; Urbino (10?3) 2; Corgi (15?8 fav) 3. 8 ran. 11/2l,
11/2l. (J Gosden). Tote: �20; pl �10, �50, �10.
exacta: �.40. trifecta: �.00. CSF: �.53.
7.05?SOCIETY POWER (James Doyle, 9?4 jt fav)
1; George Of Hearts (7?2) 2; Stormbringer (16?1) 3.
H?cap 10 ran. 1/2l, 1/2l. (W Haggas; 9-4 jtfav Fennaan).
Tote: �20; pl �20, �50, �10. exacta: �.60. tricast: �0.02. trifecta: �6.90. CSF: �85.
7.40?DREAMFIELD (James Doyle, 10?11 fav) 1;
Silent Echo (20?1) 2; Miracle of Medinah (33?1) 3.
H?cap 15 ran. 11/4l, hd. (J Gosden). Tote: �90; pl �20,
�50, �40. exacta: �.10. tricast: �1.94. trifecta: �9.80. CSF: �.14. Non-runners: Quench Dolly,
Sparkalot.
8.10?CORROSIVE (Josephine Gordon, 7?2 2nd
fav) 1; Al Jellaby (5?2 fav) 2; Bacacarat (14?1) 3;
Corazon Espinado (12?1) 4. H?cap 17 ran. 1/2l, 3/4l, hd. (H
Palmer). Tote: �80; pl �60, �40, �80, �50.
exacta: �.70. tricast: �2.51. trifecta: �7.60. CSF:
�.08. Non-runners: Amplification, Paddy The Chef.
NOTTINGHAM: Good to firm
5.10?DAME GLADYS (A Mullen, 9?2 jt fav) 1; The
Last Party (6?1) 2; Capla Rock (16?1) 3. 13 ran. shd, 1/2l.
(K Ryan; 9-2 jtfav Amber Spark). Tote: �90; pl
�30, �60, �40. exacta: �.60. trifecta: �.20.
CSF: �.98.
5.40?RAA ATOLL (R Havlin, 4?6 fav) 1; Elector
(12?1) 2; Occupy (7?1 2nd fav) 3. 14 ran. 11/2l, 11/2l. (J
Gosden). Tote: �40; pl �10, �30, �80. exacta:
�.70. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �49. Non-runner:
Scaramanga.
6.15?GANAYEM (G Mosse, 7?1) 1; Worth Waiting
(10?1) 2; Adorable (11?4 jt fav) 3; Magnolia Springs
(11?4 jt fav) 4. 17 ran. 11/4l, 3/4l, 23/4l. (Owen Burrows).
Tote: �10; pl �60, �00, �50. exacta: �.30.
trifecta: �9.30. CSF: �.54.
6.45?DAIRA PRINCE (A Atzeni, 11?2 2nd fav) 1;
Lamloom (13?8 fav) 2; Qeyaadah (14?1) 3. H?cap 12 ran.
3
/4l, 1l. (R Varian). Tote: �00; pl �40, �10, �00.
exacta: �.10. tricast: �1.36. trifecta: �7.90. CSF:
�.47.
7.20?ISSTOORA (O Murphy, 6?1) 1;
Beatbybeatbybeat (5?1) 2; Eula Varner (7?2 fav) 3.
H?cap 8 ran. 5l, 11/4l. (Archie Watson). Tote: �90; pl
�70, �80, �30. exacta: �.70. tricast: �0.28.
trifecta: �8.20. CSF: �.55. Non-runner: Vixen.
7.50?GODODDIN (L Steward, 7?1) 1; Braemar
(7?2 jt fav) 2; Birdette (12?1) 3. H?cap 12 ran. shd, 21/2l.
(H Palmer; 7-2 jtfav Rocky Shores). Tote: �40; pl
�50, �50, �00. exacta: �.40. tricast: �1.15.
trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.30. Non-runners: Dance
Me, Fenisa?s Hook.
8.25?DROP KICK MURPHI (K O?Neill, 33?1) 1;
Pulsating (8?1) 2; Coastal Cyclone (11?2 2nd fav) 3.
H?cap 13 ran. 3/4l, shd. (Mrs C Dunnett; 9-2 fav Lucky
Lodge). Tote: �.80; pl �80, �40, �70. exacta:
�5.70. tricast: �58.70. trifecta: �8.30. CSF:
�8.65.
Placepot: �.10. Quadpot: �20
RIPON: Good
5.50?GIFTED ZEBEDEE (Ben Curtis, 3?1 2nd
fav) 1; Essenza (8?1) 2; Wolf Hunter (9?2) 3. 7 ran. 13/4l,
31/2l. (T D Barron; 11-4 fav Raquelle). Tote: �80; pl
�60, �90. exacta: �.00. trifecta: �.60. CSF:
�.05. Non-runner: Mazeo Lad.
6.25?METRONOMIC (S Woods, 5?1) 1; Mister
Moosah (14?1) 2; Super Major (4?1) 3. 9 ran. nk, 5l. (P
Niven; 7-4 fav Rita?s Man). Tote: �.50; pl �00,
�20, �10. exacta: �.70. trifecta: �2.10. CSF:
�.97.
6.55?REPUTATION (K Stott, 16?1) 1;
Summerghand (6?1) 2; Mujassam (9?1) 3. H?cap 10 ran.
3/ l, 23/ l. (J J Quinn; 3-1 fav Magical Effect). Tote:
4
4
�.80; pl �90, �80, �50. exacta: �9.20. tricast: �2.35. trifecta: �44.50. CSF: �8.57. Nonrunner: Stanhope.
7.30?MUTAMADED (J P Sullivan, 3?1 2nd fav) 1;
Mordin (4?5 fav) 2; Appointed (13?2) 3. H?cap 7 ran.
nk, 21/2l. (Mrs R Carr). Tote: �50; pl �10, �80.
exacta: �30. trifecta: �.30. CSF: �50.
8.00?ON FIRE (K Stott, 7?1) 1; Stormin Tom (11?1)
2; Uptown Funk (7?2 jt fav) 3. H?cap 10 ran. nk, 31/2l. (J
Bethell; 7-2 jtfav I?m A Believer). Tote: �10; pl
�50, �10, �40. exacta: �.50. tricast: �2.70.
trifecta: �1.50. CSF: �.71.
8.35?Angels (D Allan, 7-2) 1; Hula Girl (9-4) 2;
Fakhoor (2-1 fav) 3. 10 ran. Tote: �30; �10, �30,
�20. exacta: �.60. CSF: �.63.trifecta: �.40.
80
SPORT: RUGBY LEAGUE AND RACE CARDS
Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
English is
immense
for Giants
THIRSK
WOOD MEMORIAL HANDICAP 3YO
7.15 MIKE
�757 (5)
6f
(20)
RUK
THE SCOUT
5.45 Who Told Jo Jo
6.15 Rozy Boys
6.45 New Society
7.15 Conversant
7.45 Kinloch Pride
8.15 NEW GRADUATE
8.45 Clergyman
5.45 HANDICAP
�398 (Class 6) 5f
(6)
(3)
(8)
(1)
(4)
(12)
(13)
(9)
(11)
(14)
(7)
(10)
(2)
(5)
(14 declared)
171 ? WHO TOLD JO JO (10) (D,T) J Tuite 4 9 12... H Shaw(5)
343 CULLODEN (8) (C&D) S A Harris 6 9 5 ....... C Rodriguez(3)
2L5 ROY?S LEGACY (9) (D) S A Harris 9 9 5..................T Whelan
L-L6 KODIMOOR (10) (D) C Kellett 5 9 4........ R J Fitzpatrick(5)
0-05 KIBAAR (17) (D) Mrs R Carr 6 9 3 ............................J Garritty
5-L4 PEARL NOIR (9) (D) S Dixon 8 9 2 ...........................T Ladd(7)
47-8 GLYDER (13) (D) J Holt 4 9 2 ................................... P Mathers
30-2 OUR PLACE IN LOULE (9) (D) N Wilson 5 9 2 ..... C Beasley
5LL- MIGHTASWELLSMILE (306) (D) R Barr 4 9 1..J Gormley(5)
0-26 GROUNDWORKER (11) (D) P Midgley 7 9 0 .............. L Morris
435 KINGSTREET LADY (21) (D) Mrs R Carr 5 8 12.... B McHugh
353 MONSIEUR MEL (11) A Brittain 4 8 9 .........................C Hardie
3U8 FUEL INJECTION (11) (D) Mrs R Carr 7 8 9 ...... J P Sullivan
50-0 MR ENTHUSIASTIC (30) (D) N Wilson 4 8 8 ..........J Haynes
BLINKERS: Nos. 6, 10, 11 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 10
CHEEK PIECES: No. 5 HOOD: Nos. 4, 9, 12.
W-Factor: Who Told Jo Jo (99); Culloden (98); Roy?s Legacy (94).
SP FORECAST: 4 Who Told Jo Jo, 9-2 Our Place In Loule, 11-2 Groundworker,
8 Kingstreet Lady, Culloden, 10 Monsieur Mel, 12 Fuel Injection, 14 Pearl
Noir, Roy?s Legacy, Kibaar, 16 Others.
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
STAKES
6.15 SELLING
�398 (6)
6f
(14)
(12) L37 JUAN HORSEPOWER (14) (D) M Appleby 4 9 12 .. K Lundie(5)
(5) 1-98 YORKSHIRE ROVER (13) (D) C Teague 4 9 9..............S Gray
(7) 0L8 ARAGON KNIGHT (59)(T) J Hughes 5 9 6 ...J-P Guillambert
(2) 58-6 MARKET CHOICE (13) (C,D) Miss T Waggott 5 9 6 ..J Garritty
(14) 3L4 RANTAN (14) (D) P Midgley 5 9 6 ............................... L Morris
(6) L0-3 ? ROZY BOYS (59) Mrs R Carr 4 9 6................. J P Sullivan
(13) 989- SILK MILL BLUE (234) R M Whitaker 4 9 6...............D Nolan
(10) L0L- TOWN CHARTER (169) (D) T Coyle 4 9 6 .................A Mullen
(1) 6-00 VINTAGE DREAM (9) N Wilson 4 9 6 ...................... C Beasley
(11) 326 LITTLE KINGDOM (60) Miss T Waggott 4 9 4 ..... P Mathers
(8) 00-6 SHESTHEDREAM (16) (D) T Coyle 5 9 4 ................ B McHugh
(9) L-09 ROMAN TIMES (9) (D) A Berry 5 9 1............ C Rodriguez(3)
(4) 5L MR WING (107) J Wainwright 3 8 10 ..Rachel Richardson(3)
(3) L0 ITS HAPPENED AGAIN (17) A Brittain 3 8 5 ...........C Hardie
BLINKERS: No. 9 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 12
EYE COVERS: No. 9.
W-Factor: Rozy Boys (99); Rantan (97);
Town Charter (95).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Rantan, 10-3 Rozy Boys, 9-2 Juan Horsepower, 6 Town
Charter, 7 Shesthedream, 12 Aragon Knight, 20 Vintage Dream, 25
Yorkshire Rover, Market Choice, Little Kingdom, 33 Others.
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14
MATTY ENGLISH scored the first
try of his career as Huddersfield put
their relegation fears to one side by
marching into the Challenge Cup
quarter-finals.
The highly-regarded 20-year-old
prop charged under the posts from
close range in the 44th minute to
give the Giants an advantage they
did not surrender.
Chris Thorman, overseeing his last
game as Huddersfield caretaker
coach, said: ?The first half was pretty
ugly and if I had paid to watch I
would have asked for my money
back. But the second half was better.
STUD REARING WINNERS HANDICAP
6.45 CLIFF
�728 (4) 1m 4f 8yds
(14)
1 (2) 251 STONIFIC (14) D O?Meara 5 9 10 ....................Daniel Tudhope
2 (11) 6-57 MUSTAAQEEM (110) R Fahey 6 9 7 ........................P Hanagan
3 (6) 38L- TAPIS LIBRE (234) (D) Jacqueline Coward 10 9 6
H Shaw(5)
4 (5) 1L0- GLOBETROTTER (205) (C&D) Julia Brooke 4 9 6
P Mulrennan
5 (14) 24-1 ? NEW SOCIETY (17) (D) J Bethell 4 9 6 ......P J McDonald
6 (13) 814- FIRE LEOPARD (214) (D) D O?Meara 4 9 6 .............. S James
7 (4) L02 BE PERFECT (14) (D) Mrs R Carr 9 9 5 .............. J P Sullivan
8 (7) 155- ALFRED RICHARDSON (233) J J Davies 4 9 2 ....... P Makin
9 (12) 522 TIDAL WATCH (35) Jonjo O?Neill 4 9 2 ................. D Costello
10 (10) 246- TRUE ROMANCE (266) (D) Julia Brooke 4 9 1.......A Mullen
11 (9) 789 SEAN O?CASEY (12) M Appleby 5 9 0........................ L Morris
12 (3) 306 SWANSWAY (16) (D,F) M W Easterby 5 8 8.............C Hardie
13 (1) 7-89 WOTABREEZE (17) (D) J J Quinn 5 8 8 ........................ J Hart
14 (8) LL-0 BREAKWATER BAY (17) (D) T Easterby 4 8 7
Rachel Richardson(3)
VISOR: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 7, 11, 13 HOOD: No. 6.
W-Factor: New Society (99); Stonific (98); Fire Leopard (95).
SP FORECAST: 4 New Society, 9-2 Tidal Watch, 6 Stonific, 8 Mustaaqeem,
10 Fire Leopard, Swansway, 12 Alfred Richardson, Be Perfect, 14 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Firm. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2013-18): P Mulrennan 15% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2013-18): R
Fahey 17% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 5.45 Kingstreet Lady (blinkers),
Mightaswellsmile (hood), 6.15 Town Charter (cheek pieces), Little Kingdom
(cheek pieces), 6.45 Tidal Watch (wind surgery), 7.15 Rogue Hero (wind surgery), Coastal Drive (cheek pieces), 7.45 Dundunah (wind surgery), 8.15 My
Cherokee (hood), 8.45 Pavers Pride (cheek pieces), Fyrecracker (wind surgery), Cool Strutter (eye shields). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 7.45 Melonade(hcp).
8.45 Unnoticed(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best on the straight course, low
numbers best at 7f & 1m LONGEST TRAVELLER: Mighty Mac (7.15) &
Culdrose (8.15) 265 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 6.15 Aragon Knight from M
Appleby. 6.45 Globetrotter from J Tate, True Romance from J Given. 8.15
Beeno from Kenneth Slack, My Cherokee from M Dods. 8.45 Ambitious
Icarus from R C Guest.
1 (15)
2 (17)
3 (11)
4 (3)
5 (9)
6 (16)
7 (2)
8 (10)
9 (18)
10 (7)
11 (1)
12 (8)
13 (19)
14 (13)
15 (4)
16 (6)
17 (12)
18 (20)
19 (5)
20 (14)
461 ENZO?S LAD (18) (D) K Burke 9 7...........................Ben Curtis
18-5 DAWN BREAKING (14) (D) R M Whitaker 9 6 ..........C Hardie
6-41 ? CONVERSANT (14) (D) D O?Meara 9 6 ...Daniel Tudhope
40-9 CAMEO STAR (16) R Fahey 9 6 ................................P Hanagan
155 MIGHTY MAC (29) (D,T) R Beckett 9 6 ..........P J McDonald
6L-7 MR WAGYU (13) (D) J J Quinn 9 5 ................................. J Hart
0-56 HARROGATE (11) (F) J Bethell 9 4 .........................G Wood(3)
15-2 BIDDY BRADY (23) (D) T Easterby 9 3 .......................D Allan
763 WHITE FEATHER (12) (F,T) J Hughes 9 3 ........... D Costello
55-9 CAMPION (32) P Kirby 9 1 ............................... C Rodriguez(3)
511- CUPPACOCO (189) (D) Mrs A Duffield 9 1......................G Lee
044- ROGUE HERO (154)(T) P Cole 9 1 ............................... L Morris
31-L DAFFY JANE (8) N Tinkler 9 1 .......................................T Eaves
982- COCKTAIL (170) J O?Keeffe 9 1 .................................J Garritty
33-7 ALBA DEL SOLE (29) I Furtado 9 1 ................................S Gray
3L2 SHORTBACKANDSIDES (10) S Dixon 9 1............ J P Sullivan
257 COASTAL DRIVE (14) P Midgley 9 0 ..................P Mulrennan
24-5 RIVERSIDE WALK (15) K Dalgleish 9 0....................... P Makin
350- OUR LITTLE PONY (211) L Mullaney 8 13 .......J Gormley(5)
131 RICKYROADBOY (12) (C&D) M Walford 8 12 ...........A Mullen
VISOR: No. 1 TONGUE STRAP: No. 12
CHEEK PIECES: No. 17 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Conversant (99); Mighty Mac (92); Enzo?s Lad (90).
SP FORECAST: 11-2 Conversant, 13-2 Rickyroadboy, 8 Enzo?s Lad, 10
Shortbackandsides, Mighty Mac, 12 Biddy Brady, Cocktail, Cuppacoco, 14
Others.
STUD FILLIES? HANDICAP
7.45 ELWICK
�434 (5)
5f
(10)
(8)
(2)
(5)
(11)
(6)
(1)
(3)
(7)
(4)
(9)
(11)
125- MAID IN INDIA (220) E Alston 4 9 11............................. J Hart
0-L0 FUMBO JUMBO (12) (D) M Dods 5 9 8........ C Rodriguez(3)
2L-7 MARSEILLE (43) (D) Julie Camacho 4 9 7 ......P Mulrennan
72L- DUNDUNAH (155) (D) D O?Meara 4 9 6 .......Daniel Tudhope
11L- MELONADE (239) (D) T D Barron 4 9 6 ...............Ben Curtis
01-2 MAUREB (15) T Coyle 6 9 3 ........................................ B McHugh
052 ECONOMIC CRISIS (6) (D,F) A Berry 9 9 3 .. Nathan Evans
73-5 ROSE MARMARA (21) (D) B Rothwell 5 9 2...... J P Sullivan
341- ? KINLOCH PRIDE (255) (C&D) N Wilson 6 9 2 C Beasley
83-L ANNIE SALTS (51) (D,F) C Dwyer 5 8 12 .....................D Allan
616 ETERNALIST (51) (C&D) J Goldie 5 8 10 ........P J McDonald
BLINKERS: No. 8 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 4, 8
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 6, 9 HOOD: No. 10.
W-Factor: Kinloch Pride (99); Annie Salts (98); Melonade (97).
SP FORECAST: 4 Maid In India, 5 Melonade, 11-2 Kinloch Pride, 6 Marseille,
8 Maureb, 10 Economic Crisis, 12 Rose Marmara, Dundunah, Eternalist, 14
Others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
STAKES
8.15 NOVICE
�175 (5)
7f 218yds
(13)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(9)
(7)
(12)
(14)
(5)
(10)
(15)
(8)
(3)
(4)
(11)
(15)
ASSURE (30) T Easterby 4 10 0......................................D Allan
BEENO (J48) Mrs D Sayer 9 10 0 ......................... J P Sullivan
EMPEROR SAKHEE (12) K McLintock 8 10 0..............D Nolan
MULLION DREAMS J Ewart 4 10 0 ................................T Eaves
7- MY CHEROKEE (303) Rebecca Menzies 4 9 9........C Hardie
31 MARTINEO (44) W Haggas 3 9 8 ...................Daniel Tudhope
71- PREENING (211) (D) J Fanshawe 3 9 3 .................G Wood(3)
CASHEL T Dascombe 3 9 1 ......................................A Rawlinson
HOME BEFORE DUSK K Dalgleish 3 9 1 .................. C Beasley
2
? NEW GRADUATE (21) J Tate 3 9 1......................... L Morris
7
PLAYER?S LUCK (14) R Varian 3 9 1........................J Mitchell
8
TOWTON (19) J Bethell 3 9 1 ...............................................G Lee
8 UNIQUE COMPANY (11) D Thompson 3 9 1...............A Mullen
9 CULDROSE (66)(T) R Beckett 3 8 10 ........................... K Stott
TASTE OF PARADISE K Dalgleish 3 8 10.........P J McDonald
HOOD: Nos. 2, 3, 5.
W-Factor: New Graduate (99); Martineo (90); Preening (90).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 New Graduate, 7-2 Preening, 4 Martineo, 10 Cashel,
12 Player?s Luck, Beeno, 14 Taste Of Paradise, 16 Assure, 20 Others.
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8.45
RACINGUK.COM HANDICAP
�398 (6)
6f
TV GUIDES
Ascot 2.15:
SPEEDO BOY returns
from a mixed spell over hurdles off what
should be a workable mark of 95 and he
represents a yard in top form at the
moment. On his seasonal return 12
months ago he split Permian and Khalidi
in a Listed race (1m2f, gd-frm) at
Newmarket and he was not disgraced
when finishing sixth behind Benbatl at
Royal Ascot (1m2f, gd-frm). Thundering
Blue was a progressive handicapper in
2017 and his run at Epsom (1m2f, gd)
suggested that he would improve for the
outing. Count Calabash and Machine
Learner are others who warrant consideration this afternoon.
2.50: BARSANTI hit the crossbar in
some very good contests last year and
that includes a second-placed finish in
the Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes (gd-frm)
over C&D last June. If he can run to that
form after a 301-day break then he will
be hard to beat. Glencadam Glory is fit
from a spin on the all-weather (1m4f, AW)
and he has some good three-year-old
form to his name. Salouen and Mirage
Dancer also warrant consideration,
while God Given may continue on the
upward curve she was on last year.
3.25:
Queen of Time was an unlucky
loser when badly hampered and unseating her rider last week at Goodwood (1m,
gd-sft) in a Listed contest and a return to
handicap company can see her being
very competitive once again. Dynamic
ended last season with a win at
Newmarket (1m, gd-fm) and looks the
type to progress but the vote goes to
TRIBUTE ACT. She was a progressive
filly last season and bounced back from
a poor run at Goodwood (1m, gd) when
runner-up here (7f, gd-sft) to Mukalal.
The booking of William Buick looks a
positive one and she can progress again
this campaign.
Spanish City, Escobar, Raising Sand, 16
Others.
4.00: KEYSER SOZE was given an
excellent ride in defeat when third in the
Spring Mile to Taqdeer at Newbury (1m,
gd-sft) and the return to 7f with Jamie
Spencer keeping the ride makes him
look a worthy favourite. Louie de Palma
is a fascinating contender and has to be
respected despite returning from a 1381
day absence having finished second to
Ivawood in the Richmond Stakes at
Goodwood (6f, gd-fm), while others to
watch include Kynren, Escobar, and
Spanish City.
By Ross Heppenstall
I?ve known Matty English a long time
and he?s only going to get better. He
reminds me of James Graham.?
Staying in Super League is the
priority for the Giants as they
prepare to welcome new coach
Simon Woolford early next week. The
Aussie
has
replaced
sacked
compatriot Rick Stone. Mason
Caton-Brown put the visitors ahead
NOTTINGHAM
Lingfield 3.40: ONE MASTER won
a Listed race at Ascot last October (7f,
gd-sft) and the form of the race gives
William Haggas? filly a big chance this
afternoon having claimed some useful
scalps that day. The likeable
Unforgetable Filly was disappointing in
her last couple of starts in 2017 but her
form from the first half of last season is
more than respectable. Tomyris will find
this more suitable than the Newmarket
Group 1 she contested in the autumn
(1m, gd), while Hunaina brings solid allweather form from the winter to the
table.
Haydock 3.10: Defending champion John Constable tries to retain his
crown off a 22lb higher mark, but having
been running at a good level all season
in Graded company can?t be ruled out.
Chesterfield ran with credit once again
in the Scottish Champion Hurdle (2m,
gd) and is sure to be thereabouts, along
with the Paul Nicholls pair Capitaine
and Act Of Valour. However, a chance is
taken on OPTIMUS PRIME who got closest to Footpad when schooled round for
second at Punchestown (2m, yld-sft) and
is interesting returning to hurdles off a
mark 7lb lower than his chase figure.
RUK
THE SCOUT
2.05 Tabdeed
2.40 Harome
3.15 Hallstatt
3.50 Pretty Baby
4.25
5.00
5.35
6.05
STAKES
2.05 NOVICE
�881 (Class 5)
1 (6)
2 (7)
3 (12)
4 (1)
5 (11)
6 (5)
7 (3)
8 (10)
9 (4)
10 (9)
11 (8)
12 (2)
Boycie
Tight Lines
Mametz Wood
Jeremy?s Jet
6f 18yds (12 dec)
QATAR GLORY (35) M Botti 4 9 8... M Monaghan(3)
? TABDEED (283) (D) Owen Burrows 3 9 5 .D O?Neill
EXCEL MATE (15) S Bowring 4 9 3 ......... K Lundie(5)
AKBAR SHAH Ed Walker 3 8 12 ..................P Cosgrave
CALIN?S LAD J Mackie 3 8 12 ..............................D Allan
L- MASTER POET (215) R Cowell 3 8 12 ............G Mosse
54 PIVOTAL MAN (24) R Varian 3 8 12............J Mitchell
66 PREVENT (25) R Beckett 3 8 12 ........................K Stott
4
THE ESTABLISHMENT (28) P Evans 3 8 12 . P J McDonald
L- DENHAM (212) M Appleby 3 8 7 .....................A Mullen
4
INVISIBLE STORM (28) W Stone 3 8 7 . Hollie Doyle
0
JEAN EXCELS (15) S Bowring 3 8 7 .......... P Mathers
TONGUE STRAP: No. 8.
W-Factor: Tabdeed (99); The Establishment (94);
Pivotal Man (86).
SP FORECAST: 10-11 Tabdeed, 6 Pivotal Man, 8 The Establishment,
Prevent, 10 Akbar Shah, 12 Invisible Storm, Qatar Glory, 33 Others.
5
1L
�822 (4)
2.40 HANDICAP
(8)
(1)
(4)
(15)
(11)
(10)
(6)
(3)
(5)
5f 8yds
(16)
031 BAHAMIAN DOLLAR (14) P Evans 5 9 8 .. P J McDonald
6-00 TYLERY WONDER (15) (D) P Midgley 8 9 7 .S Hitchcott
4-02 ? HAROME (8) (D,F) Roger Fell 4 9 6 ....T Hamilton
448 ARZAAK (25) (D) C Dwyer 4 9 6 .......................D Allan
960 LIQUID (4) (D) T D Barron 4 9 6 .....................C Lee(3)
119- OPERATIVE (220) (D) E De Giles 5 9 6..P Cosgrave
11-6 EBITDA (15) (C&D) S Dixon 4 9 5 .........J Gormley(5)
433 KAMRA (14) (C&D) M Herrington 4 9 4 . Rossa Ryan(5)
96-0 APROVADO (23) (C,D) B Ellison 6 9 3
Ben Robinson(5)
10 (13) 15-7 CASTERBRIDGE (15) (C&D) E Alston 6 9 2 .....J Hart
11 (9) 30L- CASE KEY (150) (D) M Appleby 5 9 1.... A Rawlinson
12 (12) 538 PEARL ACCLAIM (8) (D) D C Griffiths 8 9 1 .. P Mathers
13 (2) 17-5 SEAMSTER (8) (C&D) David Loughnane 11 9 0
Laura Coughlan(7)
14 (7) 722- FANTASY KEEPER (185) (C) M Appleby 4 8 13 A Mullen
15 (16) 13-2 JABBAROCKIE (30) (C&D) E Alston 5 8 12
Rachel Richardson(3)
16 (14) 407 LEXINGTON PLACE (8) (C&D) Mrs R Carr 8 8 11
J P Sullivan
BLINKERS: No. 4 VISOR: No. 2 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 9, 13
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
W-Factor: Harome (99); Jabbarockie (98); Arzaak (97).
SP FORECAST: 5 Bahamian Dollar, 11-2 Fantasy Keeper, 6 Harome,
7 Jabbarockie, 10 Ebitda, 12 Operative, 14 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2013-18): A Mullen 17% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201318): M Appleby 15% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.05 Prevent (tongue
strap), 3.15 Southfields (tongue strap), Azam (hood), 4.25 Haroon
(cheek pieces, tongue strap), 5.00 Agar?s Plough (blinkers),
Revolutionary Man (cheek pieces, tongue strap), Apex Predator
(cheek pieces), 6.05 African Trader (blinkers), Lesanti (blinkers,
hood). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 3.15 Majrooh(hcp), Mod. 3.50
Belledesert(hcp), Oriental Song, Time To Exceed(hcp). 4.25 Abel
Tasman(hcp). 5.00 Knighted(hcp), Revolutionary Man(hcp). 5.35
Robinson Crusoe. 6.05 Jeremy?s Jet(hcp).
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7
8
9
HEXHAM
(14)
1 (10) 49-7 PAVERS PRIDE (17) (C) N Wilson 4 9 7 ................. C Beasley
2 (5) 705 GREY DESTINY (3) (D) A Brittain 8 9 7....................C Hardie
3 (9) 35-0 CUPID?S ARROW (17) (D) Mrs R Carr 4 9 7...........J Garritty
4 (3) 120 ? CLERGYMAN (17) (D) Rebecca Bastiman 6 9 6
Daniel Tudhope
5 (12) 08/8- ......................................FYRECRACKER (385) (D) G Tuer 7 9 4M
nakiP
6 (13) 369 SEMANA SANTA (9) (D) T D Barron 5 9 4 ...........Ben Curtis
7 (6) 453- AMBITIOUS ICARUS (186) (D) Lucinda Egerton 9 9 4
Paula Muir(7)
8 (7) 01-0 SEARANGER (21) (D) Rebecca Menzies 5 9 4..P J McDonald
9 (11) 233 UNNOTICED (41) O Pears 6 9 3....................................A Mullen
10 (8) 2-L6 MELANIEMILLIE (12) (D) Mrs R Carr 4 9 2 ....... J P Sullivan
11 (1) 578- ETIENNE GERARD (226) (D) N Tinkler 6 9 2
Faye McManoman(7)
12 (14) 11L- FIRST EXCEL (141) (D) S Bowring 6 9 2 ............ K Lundie(5)
13 (2) 4-83 COOL STRUTTER (12) Mrs K Tutty 6 9 1 .. Gemma Tutty(5)
14 (4) 60-L EXCELLENT STORY (12) J J Davies 4 9 1 ................. S James
BLINKERS: No. 12 TONGUE STRAP: No. 14
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 7, 11 EYE COVERS: No. 13.
W-Factor: Clergyman (99); Unnoticed (98); First Excel (96).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Unnoticed, 6 Cool Strutter, 7 Melaniemillie, 8 Ambitious
Icarus, 10 Searanger, Grey Destiny, Clergyman, 12 First Excel, Cupid?s
Arrow, 14 Others.
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HUDDERSFIELD
WAKEFIELD
ATR
THE SCOUT
1.45 Birch Vale
2.20 Katy Royal
2.55 Dica
3.30 Lady London
4.05 Sigurd
4.40 Chicago Outfit
5.15 Cardigan Bay
MARES? NOVICES? HURDLE
1.45 FOUNDERS
�314 (Class 4) 2m 48yds(10 dec)
? BIRCH VALE (15) (F) D McCain 6 11 5..Will Kennedy
ANNY?S LAND (347) Mrs R Dobbin 8 10 12.. Craig Nichol
ASK MADGE (27) N C Kelly (IRE) 6 10 12 ..A W Short(5)
BLUE BATON (15) Miss L Russell 5 10 12 ...... Derek Fox
IT?S ALL ABOUT ME (19) M Hammond 6 10 12 .. A P Cawley
LITTLE PIPPIN (115) T Coyle 5 10 12 ................ H Brooke
MINI DREAMS (50) P Atkinson 6 10 12 .... F O?Toole(3)
PANTOMIME (F11) Rebecca Menzies 6 10 12 C O?Farrell
ROBERTTOWN ROSE (19) A Crook 5 10 12
Ross Chapman(3)
10
RUBENESQUE (F60) Gemma Anderson 6 10 12
N Moscrop(5)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 7, 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 6.
W-Factor: Birch Vale (99); Little Pippin (97); Ask Madge (92).
SP FORECAST: 4-9 Birch Vale, 8 Ask Madge, Anny?s Land, 10 Little
Pippin, 14 Blue Baton, 25 Rubenesque, Pantomime, 33 It?s All About
Me, 50 Others.
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412143L0554L4LL5LL9PL489L-
HOUSE MAIDEN HURDLE
2.20 PICTURE
�184 (5)
2m 7f 63yds (11)
1 L6-4 HOOLIGAN JACK (5) I Jardine 5 11 2 .Ross Chapman(3)
2 8- OH NO (40) I Jardine 6 11 2 ................................ H Brooke
3 P2F- PECULIAR PLACES (20) (F,T) W Greatrex 6 11 2
H Bannister
4 89- SKA RIDGE (48) Rebecca Menzies 6 11 2 .. N Moscrop(5)
5 959- STORMY MILAN (16)(T) C Longsdon 5 11 2 .. P Brennan
6 8U/P- VENTUREPREDEMENTIA (175) A Crook 7 11 2
Will Kennedy
7 26/ VOILA ERIC (441)(T) M Scudamore 6 11 2 ........ B Poste
8 LPL- BEYONDTHEFLAME (19) J Haynes 8 10 9..T Dowson(3)
9 243- ? KATY ROYAL (102) (F) C Fairhurst 6 10 9 J Colliver
10
LUCY CROSS D Thompson 7 10 9 ........... A Anderson(7)
11 44- BOBBIE THE DAZZLER (22) L Lennon (IRE) 4 10 3
A W Short(5)
VISOR: No. 8 TONGUE STRAP: No. 8 CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
W-Factor: Katy Royal (99); Peculiar Places (92);
Stormy Milan (90).
SP FORECAST: 4-6 Peculiar Places, 3 Katy Royal, 8 Stormy Milan,
12 Voila Eric, 16 Oh No, 25 Bobbie The Dazzler, 33 Ska Ridge, Lucy
Cross, 50 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2013-18): H Brooke 9% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201318): Miss L Russell 17% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 1.45 Little Pippin
(cheek pieces), Rubenesque (tongue strap), Mini Dreams (tongue
strap), 4.05 Its Pandorama (visor), Well Smitten (cheek pieces),
Nemean Lion (cheek pieces, tongue strap), 4.40 Eager To Know (wind
surgery), 5.15 Cardigan Bay (tongue strap). BEATEN FAVOURITES:
3.30 Broadway Belle(hcp hdl), Tickanrun(hcp hdl). 4.05 Red
Danaher(hcp ch). 4.40 Apache Pilot(hcp ch), Iskabeg Lane(hcp ch).
in the fifth minute last night but
Huddersfield replied through hooker
Adam O?Brien.
Man-of-the-match English then
barrelled over the line four minutes
after the restart before powerhouse
prop Ukuma Ta?ai added a third and
then turned provider for Lee Gaskell
to make it four home scores.
Ryan Hampshire replied for
Wakefield, whose coach Chris Chester
said: ?It?s extremely disappointing
because we got beaten by the better
side. We just didn?t give ourselves a
chance and I?m not going to make
excuses.?
ENGLISH: His first try
FIAT NOTTINGHAM HANDICAP
HANDICAP (DIV 1) 3YO
3.15 T.I.M.
�881 (5)
1m 6f
(9) 5.00 �881 (5)
1m 75yds
(11)
HANDICAP (DIV 2) 3YO
STAKES (FILLIES? LISTED)
1m 75yds
3.50 KILVINGTON
�,684 (1)
6f 18yds
(13) 5.35 �881 (5)
(11)
HANDICAP
6.05 APPRENTICE
�234 (6)
1m 75yds
(16)
319 AZAM (15) M Appleby 4 9 11...................... A Rawlinson
2/53 MAJROOH (32) G Peckham 6 9 7 ...... Rossa Ryan(5)
826- MOD (311) J Fanshawe 4 9 5 ........................G Wood(3)
426/ SOUTHFIELDS (944) N Twiston-Davies 5 9 3
P Vaughan(7)
5 (2) 4-47 ? HALLSTATT (14) (C&D) J Mackie 12 8 11 P J McDonald
6 (3) 8L-6 TRISTRAM (12) J Mackie 4 8 10 .........................D Allan
7 (1) 501 ARABIAN OASIS (12) (F) L McJannet 6 8 8
N Garbutt(3)
8 (7) 83-L UP TEN DOWN TWO (67) (D) M W Easterby 9 8 7
Nathan Evans
9 (4) 18-7 OUR CILLA (39) (D) Miss J Feilden 4 8 5 .Hollie Doyle
BLINKERS: No. 9 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 4, 5
CHEEK PIECES: No. 7 HOOD: No. 1.
W-Factor: Hallstatt (99); Mod (98); Our Cilla (98).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Mod, 3 Majrooh, 6 Arabian Oasis, 8 Tristram,
10 Azam, Up Ten Down Two, 12 Southfields, 14 Our Cilla, Hallstatt.
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(6)
(5)
(9)
(8)
1 (7) 482 BELLEDESERT (10) (C&D) Steph Hollinshead 5 9 3
R Winston
2 (2) 429 CAROLINAE (35) C Fellowes 6 9 3...................K Stott
3 (3) 19-8 CELEBRITY (40) (D) D Moser (GER) 4 9 3 ..S Hitchcott
4 (12) 397- CLASSICAL TIMES (210) (D) P Chapple-Hyam 4 9 3
J Mitchell
5 (6) 121- CLON COULIS (260) (D) T D Barron 4 9 3 .....D Allan
6 (9) 4-21 RAVEN?S LADY (35) (D) M Botti 4 9 3 .......... A Fresu
7 (1) 27-L RAZZMATAZZ (22) (D) M Meade 4 9 3 ..P J McDonald
8 (10) 12L- TIME TO EXCEED (335) (D) H Candy 5 9 3 ..P Cosgrave
9 (5) 9-16 UNDER THE COVERS (22) (D) R Harris 5 9 3 .J Fahy
10 (13) 215- ORIENTAL SONG (247) (D) Owen Burrows 3 8 7
D O?Neill
11 (8) L-26 PEGGY?S ANGEL (21) (D) J Hughes 3 8 7 .......J Hart
12 (11) 21-1 ? PRETTY BABY (9) (D,F) W Haggas 3 8 7 .P Hanagan
13 (4) 1-21 TIVOLI (12) (D) J Gosden 3 8 7.....................N Mackay
CHEEK PIECES: No. 1.
W-Factor: Pretty Baby (99); Celebrity (98); Clon Coulis (97).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Pretty Baby, 4 Clon Coulis, 5 Raven?s Lady,
6 Oriental Song, 10 Tivoli, 14 Celebrity, 16 Others.
HANDICAP
4.25 NOTTINGHAM
�881 (5)
1m 2f 50yds
(12)
1 (2) 724 MUSIC SEEKER (10) D Carroll 4 9 9 ...Ger O?Neill(5)
2 (10) 48-3 MICHELE STROGOFF (10) M Appleby 5 9 7
A Rawlinson
3 (8) 63L CYRUS DALLIN (30) W Muir 4 9 6 .................G Mosse
4 (3) 831 ROCK ICON (8) J Hughes 5 9 4..................H Burns(7)
5 (4) 220- HAROON (J199) Julia Brooke 4 9 4 ..........R Scott(3)
6 (11) 7-36 ? BOYCIE (28) (D) R Hannon 5 9 3 ............ D O?Neill
7 (1) 917- NAZZAA (225) (C&D) S Flook 5 9 1....... Hollie Doyle
8 (5) 2-02 ABEL TASMAN (28) Ed Walker 4 9 1 .......P Cosgrave
9 (7) 463- SCOTTISH SUMMIT (227) G Harker 5 9 0 .....K Stott
10 (6) 47-4 STUBYTUESDAY (21) M W Easterby 4 8 13
Nathan Evans
11 (9) 765 BROUGHTONS STORY (19) (D,F) P McBride 4 8 9
G Wood(3)
12 (12) 8-06 TRAVELTALK (11) (D,F) B Ellison 4 8 7 .K Schofield(7)
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 5 CHEEK PIECES: No. 5.
W-Factor: Boycie (99); Broughtons Story (94); Rock Icon (92).
SP FORECAST: 5 Abel Tasman, 11-2 Stubytuesday, 6 Rock Icon, 7
Michele Strogoff, Scottish Summit, 8 Music Seeker, 10 Others.
DRAW: In 5f and 6f when stalls far side - Low best, stands side - High
best LONGEST TRAVELLER: Celebrity (3.50) Germany; Prevent
(2.05) 169 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 3.15 Southfields from C Appleby.
4.25 Haroon from T Coyle. 6.05 African Trader from I Furtado.
1 (8)
2 (2)
3 (7)
4 (10)
5 (6)
6 (11)
7 (3)
8 (4)
9 (1)
10 (9)
11 (5)
31-3 POINT HOPE (14) R Hannon 9 9.............. Hollie Doyle
53-2 REVOLUTIONARY MAN (38) S Crisford 9 8 ...J Mitchell
51-5 ? TIGHT LINES (23) M Johnston 9 7 ......... D O?Neill
55-7 AGAR?S PLOUGH (23) E Dunlop 9 7..............G Mosse
74-4 ECHO COVE (23) J Chapple-Hyam 9 6 ...P Cosgrave
647- ANTAGONIST (227) R Charlton 9 5..........H Burns(7)
76-6 APEX PREDATOR (39) S Durack 9 5..........R Winston
52-4 KNIGHTED (14) K Ryan 9 5 .................................K Stott
537- PARAMOUNT LOVE (223) R Fahey 9 4...T Hamilton
L66- RAILPORT DOLLY (227) M Appleby 9 2 .A Rawlinson
4-46 DIAMOND PURSUIT (9) J Hughes 8 13
Poppy Bridgwater(7)
BLINKERS: No. 4 TONGUE STRAP: No. 2
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 7 HOOD: No. 10.
W-Factor: Tight Lines (99); Revolutionary Man (98); Point Hope (97).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Revolutionary Man, 5 Point Hope, 6 Knighted, 7
Echo Cove, Tight Lines, 8 Antagonist, 12 Paramount Love, 14 Others.
4-31 JUNGLE ROOM (32) K Ryan 9 9 .......................K Stott
1L5 THE BRITISH LION (32) M Johnston 9 7.... D O?Neill
3-22 ? MAMETZ WOOD (23) (F) K Burke 9 7 .....C Lee(3)
72-3 OSWALD (14) (F) Miss G Kelleway 9 7 ..........G Mosse
0-46 HOMBRE CASADO (24) Ed Walker 9 6 ...P Cosgrave
1L4 KODI BEACH (65) T D Barron 9 5 .Ben Robinson(5)
450- ELUSIF (168) M Botti 9 5 ................................... A Fresu
665- ROBINSON CRUSOE (194) R Hannon 9 4 ..Hollie Doyle
65-2 BREXITMEANSBREXIT (11) R Hannon 9 3
Rossa Ryan(5)
10 (4) 566- JACKPOT ROYALE (165) M Appleby 8 13 .R Winston
11 (1) L0-5 KENMARE RIVER (21) J O?Keeffe 8 12 .....T Hamilton
W-Factor: Mametz Wood (99); The British Lion (95);
Brexitmeansbrexit (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Jungle Room, 5 Mametz Wood, 7 Brexitmeansbrexit,
8 Robinson Crusoe, 10 Hombre Casado, Oswald, 12 Others.
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(2)
(7)
(5)
(3)
(9)
(10)
(6)
(8)
(11)
1 (14) 94-8 CHANNEL PACKET (49) M Appleby 4 9 11
Mark Crehan(7)
2 (2) 831 MISU PETE (11) (D,F) M Usher 6 9 10 .William Carver(5)
3 (7) 63-1 SHEARIAN (118) (D) D Carroll 8 9 10........Ger O?Neill
4 (13) 95-4 IBERICA ROAD (33) G Tuer 5 9 9 ..............P Vaughan
5 (15) 576 AFRICAN TRADER (12) J Hughes 5 9 8
Poppy Bridgwater(3)
6 (5) 00-0 RED CHARMER (17) (D) Mrs A Duffield 8 9 7
O Stammers(5)
7 (4) 6-93 CLARABEL (16) N Tinkler 5 9 6 ..Faye McManoman(5)
8 (16) 494- THORNABY NASH (183) (D) Mrs K Tutty 7 9 6
Jessica Cooley(3)
9 (12) 374 MONSIEUR JIMMY (12) (D) D Carroll 6 9 5 ...J Osborn
10 (8) 345 LUKOUTOLDMAKEZEBAK (8) (D) D Thompson 5 9 1
Jonathan Fisher(3)
11 (1) 432 ? JEREMY?S JET (10) A Carroll 7 9 0 ..........A Beech
12 (11) L73 MRS ANGEL (12) David Loughnane 4 8 10
Laura Coughlan(5)
13 (3) 38L LESANTI (8) E De Giles 4 8 10 .........................H Burns
14 (6) 5/40 GIANT BRADLEY (8) T Coyle 5 8 10.............S Woods
15 (9) 90-L CHARLIE CHAPLIN (J18) R Eddery 4 8 10
K Schofield(3)
16 (10) 59-L MY DISTANT MURPHY (17) Jacqueline Coward
4 8 10 Toby Eley(5)
BLINKERS: Nos. 5, 13, 15 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 11, 16
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 8, 10 HOOD: No. 13.
W-Factor: Jeremy?s Jet (99); Shearian (97); Misu Pete (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-2 Misu Pete, 6 Thornaby Nash, 7 Mrs Angel,
Shearian, 8 Iberica Road, Clarabel, 10 Others.
SQUARE HANDICAP CHASE
HANDICAP HURDLE
2.55 TRINITY
�938 (4)
1m 7f 133yds (10) 4.05 �938 (4)
2m 4f 28yds
(11)
HANDICAP CHASE
JOCKEYS? HCAP HDL
4.40 LANDMARK
�224 (4)
3m 41yds
3.30 CONDITIONAL
�354 (4)
2m 7f 63yds (17)
(10)
11L- ? DICA (25) (C&D) Paul Collins 12 12 5
Ross Chapman(3)
2 P1/L- ENDLESS CREDIT (349) (D) M Hammond 8 11 12
F O?Toole(3)
3 24P- CIVIL UNREST (131) (C&D) J Ewart 12 11 5 .Steven Fox(5)
4 PP2- HALCYON DAYS (26) (C&D,F) Rebecca Menzies 9 11 5
J Hamilton
5 5L4- INDIAN VOYAGE (19) (D) M Barnes 10 11 2 ..D Irving(3)
6 L24- JOHN WILLIAMS (26) (C&D) A M Thomson 9 11 1
Rachel McDonald(7)
7 3PP- TRUST THOMAS (19) (C&D) Mrs A Hamilton 10 11 1
Miss A Waugh(7)
8 259- SLEEP IN FIRST (87) (C&D) J Ewart 12 10 11 ..H Brooke
9 628- BROTHER SCOTT (160) (C) Mrs B Butterworth 11 10 9
S Quinlan
10 3/4P- WARKSBURN BOY (329) Mrs S Walton 8 10 0..H Reed(5)
BLINKERS: No. 3 TONGUE STRAP: No. 5 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 4, 6.
W-Factor: Dica (99); John Williams (97); Endless Credit (95).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Halcyon Days, 5 Endless Credit, Dica, 6 John
Williams, 8 Civil Unrest, 10 Brother Scott, 12 Sleep In First, 14 Trust
Thomas, Indian Voyage, 25 Warksburn Boy.
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1 047- SULTANS PRIDE (47) G Boanas 6 11 12.......... T Dowson
2 744- RISING MARIENBARD (44) Miss L Russell 6 11 7
B Campbell(3)
3 344- AMERICAN LIFE (F19) (D) Oliver Greenall 11 11 7
R Hawker
4 123- CANADIAN STEEL (105) N C Kelly (IRE) 9 11 4
Steven Fox
5 2P5- TICKANRUN (25) M Hammond 8 11 1 ...................... R Day
6 243- ? LADY LONDON (17) Mrs R Dobbin 7 10 13 .J Hamilton
7 08L- MAUREEN?S STAR (90) L Lennon (IRE) 5 10 13
A W Short
8 2/L6- SPORTING MILAN (17) (D) W Coltherd 7 10 12
Sam Coltherd
9 216- BROADWAY BELLE (29) C Grant 8 10 10 ........C Bewley
10 396- ROSE TREE (15) S Corbett 5 10 6 ........................D Irving
11 859- CHARIN? CROSS (137) M Hammond 6 10 6 ........H Reed
12 L68- JUSTATENNER (34) F Murtagh 7 10 4..........L Murtagh
13 L2U- MCGINTY?S DREAM (19) N Alexander 7 10 0
G Cockburn(3)
14 3U6- KITTY FISHER (19) Miss S Forster 8 10 0 .. T Willmott(5)
15 6P9- ANDHAAR (17) (D) N Alexander 12 10 0..A Blakemore(5)
16 6P4- DIZOARD (221) I Jardine 8 10 0 .....Ross Chapman(3)
17 PP6- KNOCKLAYDE (28) Katie Scott 6 10 0 ......S Mulqueen
BLINKERS: Nos. 13, 17 VISOR: Nos. 3, 15
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 3, 6, 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 6.
W-Factor: Lady London (99); American Life (94);
Rising Marienbard (93).
SP FORECAST: 5 Lady London, 6 Mcginty?s Dream, 7 Broadway
Belle, Rising Marienbard, 8 Tickanrun, American Life, 10 Others.
LONGEST TRAVELLER: Ask Madge (1.45), Bobbie The Dazzler
(2.20), Maureen?s Star (3.30), Canadian Steel (3.30), Howwoulduno
(4.05), Dollys Destination (5.15) Ireland; Peculiar Places (2.20),
Well Smitten (4.05), Influential Lady (5.15) 291 miles. STABLE
SWITCH: 1.45 Anny?s Land from John Dawson. 2.20 Oh No from Miss
V Renwick. 3.30 Canadian Steel from B Hamilton. 4.05 Sigurd from
Jonjo O?Neill. 5.15 Goffsbridge Girl from Ian Power, Gonn Away from
David Kelly, Onelasthand from W Kinsey.
1 81/0- ? SIGURD (F331) Miss J Foster 6 12 0 .......... H Brooke
2 224- ARTHURS SECRET (35) (D) A M Thomson 8 11 12
Rachel McDonald(7)
3 223- QUEST FOR LIFE (21) M Walford 6 11 12 ......... H Teal(7)
4 LPP- FULL SHIFT (140) B Haslam 9 11 11 .................. A Tinkler
5 UL2- WELL SMITTEN (81) (F,T) W Greatrex 6 11 8
H Bannister
6 331/ MOSCANISI (502) (D) Rebecca Menzies 7 11 4 ..C O?Farrell
7 52L- ITS PANDORAMA (47) B Ellison 8 11 4
Miss Becky Smith(5)
8 8/L2- HOWWOULDUNO (14) (C) L Lennon (IRE) 10 11 0
A W Short(5)
9 555- NEMEAN LION (137) (D) P Kirby 6 11 0 ...T Dowson(3)
10 12/6- TEN TREES (19) Sally Haynes 8 10 13........ C Bewley(3)
11 12L- RED DANAHER (29) (D) Mrs S Smith 11 10 9
Mr K Yeoman(7)
VISOR: No. 7 TONGUE STRAP: No. 9 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 9.
W-Factor: Sigurd (99); Well Smitten (98); Quest For Life (96).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Well Smitten, 6 Arthurs Secret, Quest For Life,
7 Red Danaher, 10 Ten Trees, Nemean Lion, 12 Others.
1LP- FLY HOME HARRY (16) (D,T) C Longsdon 9 11 12
Paul O?Brien(5)
2 3U-2 CAPTAIN MOWBRAY (7) (D) Rebecca Menzies 7 11 10
N Moscrop(5)
3 LL-4 CREST (7) M Hammond 7 11 10 ....................... A P Cawley
4 3L3- SOLID STRIKE (25) Paul Collins 10 11 10 . Ross Chapman(3)
5 LPL- THE DOORMAN (19) B Haslam 9 11 9 ............... A Tinkler
6 2FL- ISKABEG LANE (56) Mrs S Smith 7 11 7 .........S Quinlan
7 P3-6 ALTO DES MOTTES (7) H Hogarth 8 11 1 .....J Hamilton
8 PU1- ? CHICAGO OUTFIT (19) (C&D) L Kerr 13 11 1 ..J Bewley(3)
9 3R-3 APACHE PILOT (7) (C&D,F) M Barnes 10 10 2 ..D Irving(3)
10 3FP- EAGER TO KNOW (120) M Hammond 8 10 0
Miss Becky Smith(5)
BLINKERS: No. 7 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 1, 3, 5, 9
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8.
W-Factor: Chicago Outfit (99); Apache Pilot (98); Fly Home Harry (97).
SP FORECAST: 4 Captain Mowbray, 5 Chicago Outfit, 13-2 Iskabeg
Lane, 7 Apache Pilot, Solid Strike, 8 Others.
1
STANDARD OPEN NH FLAT RACE
5.15 MARES?
�274 (5)
2m 48yds
(12)
1
? CARDIGAN BAY(T) C Longsdon 5 11 0 ..Paul O?Brien(5)
2 642- DOLLYS DESTINATION (19) N C Kelly (IRE) 5 11 0
Derek Fox
3
DOROTHY?S FLAME J Haynes 6 11 0...............R Hogg(7)
4 1GOFFSBRIDGE GIRL (83) D McCain 5 11 0...Will Kennedy
5 UB/2-GONN AWAY (370) P Kirby 6 11 0 .............T Dowson(3)
6 6- ONELASTHAND (339) Ruth Jefferson 5 11 0..J Hamilton
7 9L- SAILING AWAY (27) Mrs S Walton 5 11 0 F O?Toole(3)
8
CLEOFE Rebecca Menzies 4 10 10 ..................C O?Farrell
9
EMMA LAMB J O?Keeffe 4 10 10........................ J Colliver
10
INFLUENTIAL LADY(T) W Greatrex 4 10 10 ... A Tinkler
11
LADY BABS A Crook 4 10 10 ..............Ross Chapman(3)
12
UNOBTAINABLE T Coyle 4 10 10 .Mr Joseph Williamson(7)
TONGUE STRAP: No. 1.
W-Factor: Cardigan Bay (99); Influential Lady (97); Emma Lamb (89).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Goffsbridge Girl, 3 Influential Lady, 4 Dollys
Destination, 13-2 Cardigan Bay, 10 Emma Lamb, 14 Others.
***
FORMULA ONE: SPANISH GRAND PRIX
TURN FOR WORSE:
Daniel Ricciardo
spins off in practice
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WORLD OF SPORT
Woods to play
waiting game
GOLF
Lewis puts the
wind up rivals
Hamilton claimed both he
and his Mercedes team have
been punching below their
weight this season, even
though he holds a four-point
lead over Ferrari?s Sebastian
Vettel in the championship.
And while it looked as if
the updates Mercedes had
brought to Barcelona had
improved matters, it was
Valtteri Bottas who set the
pace in the morning session.
He was almost a second
faster than his team-mate.
The Finn?s time proved to
be the fastest of the day as
increased track temperature
and high winds made things
trickier in the second session.
But it was Hamilton who
made the best of things,
pipping Red Bull?s Daniel
Ricciardo to top spot in the
afternoon.
Vettel finished in fourth
place behind the second Red
Bull of Max Verstappen. But
Hamilton still expects his
title rival to be challenging
By Simon Cass
for pole position in today?s
qualifying shoot-out.
Given 24 out of 27 races at
the Circuit de BarcelonaCatalunya have been won
from pole position, getting it
spot-on today will be crucial.
Hamilton said: ?It is going
to be relatively close between
the top three teams but I
can?t really say who is
quickest.
?Every driver was
struggling with the
wind. You?re arriving
at each corner and
the wind direction is
never the same, so we
saw lots of drivers going
off.?
Ferrari will, like
Mercedes, wait
for today?s
qualifying to show their hand.
But the sight of smoke
billowing out of the back of
Kimi Raikkonen?s car before
the Finn coasted back to the
pits ensured a busy night for
Ferrari?s mechanics.
Vettel conceded the battle
for pole will be fierce, saying:
?We could end up in P1 or P6.
I think we can improve and I
know there is a little bit more
in the car, and a little bit
more in me.?
A further cause for
concern is Red Bull?s
pace on the longer
runs, which will be
giving both Mercedes
and Ferrari plenty of
food for thought.
But Red Bull boss
Christian Horner has
been left fuming
by
hastily
HAMILTON: Breezed in
drawn up plans designed to
make overtaking easier from
next season and which will
see a major redesign of the
cars.
?I find it a little surprising,?
said Horner. ?Going from the
Strategy Group where no one
supported it to a week later
and a couple of big teams
supporting it, it?s amazing.
?The regulations have been
rushed through. There?s no
guarantee that it?s going to
have the desired impact
that?s required.
?The cost involved in that
is absolutely enormous.?
Williams? woes continued
with test driver Robert
Kubica, taking part in his
first grand prix practice
session since Abu Dhabi in
2010, offering a damning
assessment of their car.
Kubica,
who
suffered
horrific injuries in a rally car
crash in 2011, said: ?I felt
embarrassed when I was
driving inside the car because
it was so difficult and I felt so
slow in some places.
?It?s difficult to say that
it was enjoyable because
our car balance was very bad
and it was very difficult to
drive.?
***
TENNIS
second set which also
involved an incident in
which the Briton was
distracted by a
spectator but he took
the tie-break 8-6.
It was a big occasion
for Edmund on the
road to this summer?s
Grand Slams in his first
Masters 1000
quarter-final. He had
beaten Novak Djokovic
on his way to the last
eight but his run came
to an end as
Shapovalov took the
third set, although
Edmund could make it
into the world top 20
for the first time.
But Rafa Nadal will
lose his world No 1
ranking after suffering
a shock 7-5, 6-3 defeat
by Austrian Dominic
Thiem in the
quarter-finals.
Thiem, who lost to
Nadal in the Monte
Carlo quarter-finals last
month, was the last
player to beat the
Spaniard on clay ? at
last year?s Rome
Masters.
Nadal had created a
record of winning 50
consecutive sets on a
single surface by
beating Argentine
Diego Schwartzman on
Thursday. But this
defeat means he will be
replaced by Roger
Federer at the top of
the rankings.
Thiem, 24, broke
Madrid title holder
Nadal?s serve five times
before sealing victory.
CYCLING
IRELAND?s Sam
Bennett won stage
seven of the Giro
d?Italia as Simon
Yates retained the
pink jersey.
Bennett pipped
Elia Viviani in a
sprint in Praia a
Mare to claim his
maiden grand tour
stage victory.
Yates finished in
the bunch to retain
his 16-second lead
over defending
champion Tom
Dumoulin, while
Chris Froome stayed
eighth, 70 seconds
behind Yates.
ZOE BURN
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to
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tackle
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1. Who trained the Champion Hurdle winner Buveur D?Air and the
Champion Chase winner Altior but missed out on what would have
been an historic treble?
2. Who scored twice for Tottenham in their 3-0 FA Cup
quarter-final win at Swansea?
3. Who ended Serena Williams?s participation in the BNP Paribas
Open, her first tournament since becoming a
mother?
4. Which Swedish striker has signed for LA
Galaxy after leaving Manchester United?
5. With which sport is the Duckworth-Lewis
Method associated?
6. Which rugby team did Joe Schmidt coach
RATINGS
before the Irish national team?
0-3 Oh dear
7. Which German golfer won the US Masters at
4-6 Small beer
Augusta in 1985 and 1993?
7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
8. By what nickname was American pool
player Rudolph Wanderone jnr known?
9. Who holds Brazil?s record for the most international goals scored?
10. In what year did the heptathlon replace the pentathlon as
an Olympic event?
Edmund runs out of steam
KYLE EDMUND saw
his bid for glory at
the Madrid Open end in
the quarter-finals last
night.
The British No 1 was
beaten 5-7, 7-6, 6-4 by
19-year-old Canadian
Denis Shapovalov.
After Shapovalov had
taken control of the
match in the first set,
he then looked to
secure a straight-sets
victory.
He forced Edmund,
23, to save match point
at the end of a feisty
SUPERBIKES
CHAZ DAVIES
hopes to find his old
form at Imola for
today?s first World
Superbike race
after clocking
identical lap times
with championship
leader Jonathan
Rea in practice.
Both riders
recorded 1min
46.686secs in Italy
and Davies said:
?Imola has just
been one of those
circuits where
we?ve been able to
get into a good
rhythm, quite fast.?
EDMUND: End of the road
ANSWERS: 1 Nicky Henderson. 2 Christian Eriksen. 3 Her sister Venus.
4 Zlatan Ibrahimovic. 5 Cricket. 6 Leinster. 7 Bernhard Langer. 8 Minnesota
Fats. 9 Pele. 10 1984.
LEWIS Hamilton came
out swinging as he put
down an early marker
ahead of tomorrow?s
Spanish Grand Prix.
FORMER Masters
champion Charl
By Bernie McGuire
Schwartzel and
American Patrick
Woods said. ?I didn?t
Cantlay set the early
make many birdies. I
clubhouse target in the
had my chances. I
Players Championship
didn?t hit it close
as Tiger Woods faced a
enough.?
lengthy wait to see if he
Schwartzel has 11
would make the
European Tour titles to
halfway cut.
his name but has won
Schwartzel added a
just once on the PGA
bogey-free 66 to his
Tour ? the 2016 Valspar
opening 68 at Sawgrass
Championship ? since
to reach 10 under par, a
his victory at Augusta
total matched by
in 2011.
Cantlay courtesy of a
Former champions,
68. Chesson Hadley was Phil Mickelson and
a shot off the pace after
Rickie Fowler were cut
dropping three shots in
from the final two
his last two holes, with
rounds at Sawgrass.
Jason Day ?
Mickleson, who
seeking
played alongside
Woods for two
back-to-back
rounds, added
wins following
a second day 73
victory in the
to a first round
Wells Fargo
79 to finish
Championship
eight over.
last week
Fowler, who
? part of a
WOODS
brilliantly
four-strong
claimed the title in
group another stroke
2015, also gave fans
back on eight under.
little to cheer about
Woods carded two
despite five birdies
birdies and one bogey
early on, only to finish
in a second round of 71
with two double bogeys
to finish one under par,
towards the end of his
right on the projected
round of 71 for a
cut mark.
one-over total.
Woods could manage
One of Fowler?s
to find just 11 greens in
doubles included losing
regulation and in doing
a ball in a palm tree at
so he was never inside
his 15th hole, and he
10-feet with his
could not identify his
approach shots. ?I was
ball.
just a touch off today,?
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Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
SPORT IN BRIEF
Sky Bet Championship
Play-Off Semi-Final 1st Leg
DERBY (1) ............. 1 FULHAM (0)........0
Jerome 34
Att: 27,163
Scottish Prem Play-off
Semi-final 2nd Leg
LIVINGSTON (1) .... 1 DUNDEE UTD (1) 1
Lithgow 6
Fraser 21
Att: 4,508
Livingston win 4-3 on aggregate.
BASKETBALL
BBL CH?SHIPS?Play-Off Semi-final
1st leg: Bristol 75 Leicester 90.
CRICKET
Specsavers County
Championship - Division One
(Day 1 of 4. Today 11am)
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire
TRENT BRIDGE: Lancashire have
scored 157 for four wickets against
Nottinghamshire
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: First Inns
S Mullaney c Livingstone b Onions ....... 3
J Libby c Livingstone b Clark .............. 34
C Nash c Croft b Onions ................... 16
L Taylor lbw Onions ............................ 0
S Patel run out ................................ 27
M Wessels c Vilas b Anderson ............. 9
T Moores c Vilas b Anderson ............... 1
S Broad c Davies b Bailey ................. 20
L Fletcher b Bailey ............................. 5
J Ball c Vilas b Bailey.......................... 2
H Gurney not out ............................... 0
B1 lb7 nb8 ............................... 16
Total (47.1 overs) ................. 133
Fall: 3, 46, 50, 80, 99, 104, 106,
128, 132.
Bowling: Anderson 15-6-27-2, Onions
11-4-22-3, Bailey 8.1-1-28-3, Clark 111-36-1, Jennings 2-0-12-0.
LANCASHIRE: First Inns
K Jennings not out ........................... 52
A Davies b Fletcher .......................... 50
H Hameed c Moores b Fletcher ........... 0
L Livingstone c Moores b Gurney ......... 8
S Chanderpaul lbw Mullaney ............. 23
D Vilas not out................................... 9
B6 lb7 nb2 ............................... 15
Total (4 wkts., 41 overs) ....... 157
Fall: 77, 87, 96, 143.
Bowling: Ball 8-0-38-0, Broad 10-323-0, Fletcher 8-1-25-2, Gurney 9-4-261, Mullaney 5-1-28-1, Patel 1-0-4-0.
Umpires: M Gough & R Robinson.
Somerset v Hampshire
TAUNTON: Hampshire have scored 198
for eight wickets against Somerset
HAMPSHIRE: First Inns
J Weatherley lbw Abell ...................... 28
J Adams c Davies b Groenewald ........ 23
J Vince c Davies b Abell .................... 44
H Amla c Davies b Groenewald ............ 4
T Alsop b Gregory ............................. 20
R Rossouw c Leach b Bess ............... 38
L McManus c Renshaw b Abell .......... 21
G Berg lbw Gregory ............................ 4
K Abbott not out ................................ 5
Lb2 w1 nb8 .............................. 11
Total (8 wkts., 58.1 overs) .... 198
Fall: 44, 86, 105, 111, 165, 178,
187, 198.
Bowling: Gregory 14-3-41-2, Overton 123-57-0, Groenewald 12-2-50-2, Abell 8.13-18-3, Leach 5-2-13-0, Bess 7-2-17-1.
Umpires: J Evans & J Lloyds.
Surrey v Yorkshire
THE KIA OVAL: Surrey have scored 366
for seven wickets against Yorkshire
SURREY: First Inns
R Burns c Pujara b Brooks .................. 9
M Stoneman lbw Bresnan ................. 10
S Borthwick c Lyth b Shaw .................. 5
D Elgar b Root ................................. 61
B Foakes c Bairstow b Patterson ....... 18
O Pope not out .............................. 131
S Curran c Bairstow b Patterson ........ 19
R Clarke c Lyth b Brooks ................... 71
C McKerr not out ............................. 27
B4 lb9 nb2 ............................... 15
Total (7 wkts., 92.3 overs) .... 366
Fall: 15, 19, 40, 69, 137, 162, 291.
Bowling: Bresnan 22-5-75-1, Brooks
18-0-91-2, Shaw 17-2-76-1, Patterson
22.3-2-83-2, Root 11-1-27-1, Brook
2-1-1-0.
Umpires: D Millns & M Saggers.
Worcestershire v Essex
NEW ROAD: Worcestershire have
scored 47 for no wickets against Essex
ESSEX: First Inns
V Chopra c Barnard b Magoffin .......... 10
A Cook c Twohig b Leach .................. 37
T Westley b Barnard ......................... 15
D Lawrence b Tongue ....................... 20
R Bopara c Mitchell b Tongue.............. 7
R ten Doeschate lbw Tongue ............... 1
J Foster lbw Mitchell Barnard ............ 16
S Harmer c Mitchell b Barnard .......... 22
P Siddle b Leach.............................. 29
J Porter c Cox b Tongue ...................... 6
S Cook not out .................................. 2
Lb8 nb4 ................................... 12
Total (65.1 overs) ................. 177
Fall: 19, 59, 68, 88, 90, 101, 125,
140, 157.
Bowling: Leach 15.1-3-37-2, Magoffin
16-6-38-1, Barnard 19-8-49-3, Tongue
15-7-45-4.
WORCESTERSHIRE: First Inns
D Mitchell not out .............................. 7
B D?Oliveira not out .......................... 34
Lb4 nb2 ..................................... 6
Total (0 wkts., 17 overs) ......... 47
Bowling: Porter 6-2-17-0, Cook 7-212-0, Siddle 4-1-14-0.
Umpires: N Mallender & N Cook.
DIVISION TWO?Derbyshire v
Durham (Derby): Derbyshire . 301-4
(80.0 overs; W L Madsen 80no, B A
Godleman 61, B T Slater 55).
Kent v Sussex (Canterbury): Kent
218 (74.1 overs; H G Kuhn 60; D
Wiese 4-54). Sussex 69-4 (19.0
overs).
Leicestershire v Glamorgan
(Grace Road): Leicestershire 191
(69.1 overs; N J Dexter 87).
Glamorgan 82-0 (24.0 overs).
Middlesex v Gloucestershire
(Lord?s): Middlesex . 356-6 (96.0
overs; N R T Gubbins 99, E J G
Morgan 76, D J Malan 76).
Northamptonshire v Warwickshire
(Edgbaston): Northamptonshire 256
(60.5 overs; S P Crook 92, D A J
Bracewell 81; H J H Brookes 4-54).
Warwickshire 100-4 (29.0 overs; I R
Bell 55no).
INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE?Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan
Royals (Jaipur): Chennai Super
Kings 176-4 (20 overs, Raina 52);
Rajasthan Royals 177-6 (19.5
overs, Buttler 95no). Rajasthan
Royals win by 4 wkts.
FIRST TEST MATCH?Ireland v
Pakistan (Dublin): No play Friday
due to rain.
CYCLING
GIRO D?ITALIA?Stage 7 (Pizzo Praia a Mare, 159 km): 1 S Bennett
(Irl) Bora-Hansgrohe 3h 45m 27s, 2 E
Viviani (Ita) Quick-Step Floors, 3 N
Bonifazio (Ita) Bahrain-Merida, 24 S
Yates (Gbr) Mitchelton-Scott, 25 C
Froome (Gbr) Team Sky all at same
time. Overall: 1 S Yates (Gbr)
Mitchelton-Scott 26h 31m 30s, 2 T
Dumoulin (Ned) Team Sunweb at 16s,
3 E Chaves (Col) Mitchelton-Scott at
26s, 8 C Froome (Gbr) Team Sky at
1m 10s.
GOLF
THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP
(Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida)?First
rnd (USA unless stated): 66 D
Johnson, A Noren (Swe), P Cantlay, M
Kuchar, C Hadley, W Simpson, 67 S
Stricker, R Sabbatini (Rsa), A Landry,
K Mitchell, J Vegas (Ven), S Woo Kim
(Kor), 68 X Schauffele, C Schwartzel
(Rsa), L Glover, C Gribble, B Watson,
C Howell III, D Lee (Nzl), J Rose (Eng),
O Schniederjans, S Garcia (Spa), J
Rahm (Spa), Cheng-Tsung Pan (Twa),
B Horschel, H Stenson (Swe), 69 J
Day (Aus), A Scott (Aus), B Grace
(Rsa), K Na, E Grillo (Arg), K Bradley, T
Fleetwood (Eng), J Walker, J Huh, N
Taylor (Can), B Garnett, A Lahiri (In).
ROCCO FORTE SICILIAN OPEN
(Agrigento, Sicily, Italy)?Second rnd
(Gbr & Irl unless stated): 133 L
Bjerregaard (Den) 65 68, J Guerrier
(Fra) 68 65, 134 S Brown 68 66, R
Evans 65 69, 135 M Lorenzo-Vera
(Fra) 71 64, 137 J Lagergren (Swe)
71 66, 138 S Webster 70 68, P
Waring 70 68, A Pavan (Ita) 72 66, F
Laporta (Ita) 69 69.
RUGBY LEAGUE
Ladbrokes Challenge Cup
Sixth Round
LEIGH.................22 SALFORD ............ 10
Leigh?T: Reynolds, Hansen, Mortimer,
Hutchison. G: Reynolds (3).
Salford?T: Evalds, Griffin. G: Shorrocks.
Att: 4,024
HUDDERSFIELD ..24 WAKEFIELD ......... 14
Huddersfield?T: O?Brien, English, Ta?ai
(2). G: Brough (4). Wakefield?T:
Caton-Brown, Hampshire. G: Finn (3).
WIDNES .............20 LEEDS................. 23
Widnes?T: Whitley (2), Gerrard,
Runciman. G: Gilmore (2). Leeds?T:
Briscoe, Myler, Golding, Ward. G: Watkins
(3). DG: Myler.
RUGBY UNION
European Challenge Cup
Final
CARDIFF BLUES..31 GLOUCESTER ...... 30
Cardiff Blues?T: T. Williams, G. Smith,
Scully. C: J. Evans (2). P: J. Evans (3),
Anscombe. Gloucester?T: Trinder,
Atkinson, Hanson. C: Twelvetrees (3). P:
Twelvetrees (3).
TENNIS
MUTUA MADRID OPEN?Men?s
Quarter-finals: (5) D Thiem (Aut) bt
(1) R Nadal (Spa) 7-5 6-3, (6) K
Anderson (Rsa) bt D Lajovic (Ser) 7-6
(7-3) 3-6 6-3, D Shapovalov (Can) bt
K Edmund (Gbr) 7-5 6-7 (6-8) 6-4,
(2) A Zverev (Ger) bt (7) J Isner (USA)
6-4 7-5. Women?s Semi-finals: (10)
P Kvitova (Cze) bt (6) K Pliskova (Cze)
7-6 (7-4) 6-3, K Bertens (Ned) bt (7)
C Garcia (Fra) 6-2 6-2.
GREYHOUNDS
ROMFORD: 6.27 Heavenly Carolyn 6-1
(2-6 �.44). 6.47 Troy Bella 4-5f (5-6
�26). 7.03 All Slick Now 11-10f (1-5
�90). 7.18 Fernisky Pixie 5-1 (2-1
�.11) NR T3. 7.34 Sneezys Flo 7-2
(2-6 �.52). 7.51 Seaglass Caesar
3-1jt (1-3 �.01). 8.06 Finish The
Story 6-1 (6-4 �.26). 8.23
Maysthistlecrack 4-6f (6-5 �45) NR
T3 res ran. 8.38 Swift Dartmoor 7-2
(2-4 �.25). 8.54 Roswell Romanov
Evensf (3-6 �84). 9.11 Chopchop
Steve 5-2f (5-6 �.80). 9.26 Courts
Ad Peter 5-1 (2-4 �.44). 9.44 Slick
Sphinx 7-4f (4-1 �88).
TODAY?S DIARY
ATHLETICS
IAAF Diamond League (Shanghai,
China).
MOTOR CYCLING
World Superbike Championship rd
5 (Imola, Italy. All weekend).
MOTOR RACING
FIA World Touring Car Cup (Nurburg,
Germany. All weekend).
FIA Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix
(Barcelona, Spain. All weekend).
RUGBY LEAGUE
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Sixth
Round (3pm): Castleford v St Helens
(2.30), Catalans Dragons v
Whitehaven (2.30).
Betfred Championship (3pm):
Rochdale v Batley.
RUGBY UNION
European Champions Cup Final
(4.45): Leinster v Racing 92.
British & Irish Cup Final (2pm):
Ealing Trailfinders v Leinster A.
TOMORROW
RUGBY LEAGUE
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Sixth
Round (3.30): Hull K R v Wigan
(3pm), Toronto Wolfpack v Warrington.
Betfred Championship (3pm):
Barrow v Dewsbury, Sheffield v London
Broncos.
FOOTBALL: PLAY-OFFS SPECIAL
DERBY
FULHAM
1
0
By Steve Madeley
PLAY-OFF
specialist
Cameron Jerome handed
Derby a first-leg lead
in a bid to banish
their promotion demons.
The striker, a veteran of
play-off success, maintained his
end-of-season form with the
only goal of a tense first leg.
He scored a fifth goal in his
last four games and could yet
repeat his feat of three years
ago, when goals in both the
semi-final and final helped
guide Norwich into the Premier
League.
Derby, who have made a habit
of falling short in recent seasons,
will hope the forward?s knowhow can help them this time.
But they still face a testing
second leg at Craven Cottage
on Monday.
Slavisa Jokanovic?s stylish
Fulham looked shorn of energy
at times yet remain very much
in contention for a place in the
Wembley final.
Derby manager Gary Rowett
said: ?It?s a slim lead but as we
all know that can be cancelled
out in a second.
?We?re not getting carried
away. I didn?t even let the
players have the music on
afterwards.
?We defended really well but
Fulham fatigue you mentally
because they have so much of
the ball.
?Even with the lack of
possession we had, with some of
our counter-attacks I was
disappointed that we didn?t go
forward and get a second.?
After Fulham had been denied
an early penalty for an alleged
handball against Curtis Davies,
Derby found their feet and Tom
Lawrence used his to great
effect when he skipped between
two Fulham players to spark a
pacy counter-attack.
He fed Matej Vydra, who
eventually ran out of room as he
was closed down by goalkeeper
Marcus Bettinelli.
After a period of cagey play,
Floyd Ayite should have tested
Derby goalkeeper Scott Carson
when he met a Ryan Fredericks
cross 10 yards from goal. But he
sent a header wide.
The tension was released
when Jerome broke the deadlock
on 34 minutes after a patient
build-up from the hosts.
They passed up chances to
deliver a cross into the box
before Tom Huddlestone?s fine
pass found Craig Forsyth and
his pinpoint cross to the far post
found Jerome, who leapt above
It?s heads up
from Jerome
HEAD FOR
HEIGHT:
Jerome
scores
last night
Matt Targett and thundered
home a header.
Just three minutes into the
second half Fulham survived a
major scare when Denis Odoi?s
poorly-judged back pass left
Bettinelli in trouble. The ball
eventually bounced to safety.
Yet the Cottagers generally
made a promising start to the
second half and were denied on
54 minutes when the crossbar
came to Derby?s rescue from
Kevin McDonald?s dipping shot.
Ayite sent a long-range effort
just wide then should have
drawn Fulham level moments
later.
He darted past Forsyth to
meet a cross by Stefan Johansen,
only to shoot over with just
Ivan: It was
just terrible
IVAN TONEY is desperate to
fire Scunthorpe into the
Championship to banish the
hurt of last season?s near miss.
The club were denied a
place in the play-offs on goal
difference 12 months ago but
host Rotherham in the first
leg of their semi-final today.
Toney, above, said: ?It was
one of the worst feelings I?ve
had in football. But we?re all
confident and we know what
we can do.
?Sometimes it?s better
being the underdog. They
shouldn?t count us out.?
Rotherham manager Paul
Warne has urged their fans to
make his players feel loved to
help them to a place in the
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Carson to beat. Carson had to
make a good save on 64 minutes
to thwart Tom Cairney.
Jokanovic said: ?It?s not a bad
result, it?s not the result we
deserve but it?s part of football.
?We dominated and they
scored after one cross and
Jerome scored a fantastic goal.
?We must be in some way
confident. What we want to do
now is change the story.?
DERBY (3-4-3): Carson; Keogh, Davies,
Forsyth; Wisdom, Johnson, Huddlestone,
Weimann (Hanson 90); Vydra (Anya 68), Jerome (Nugent 68), Lawrence. Booked:
Weimann, Johnson. Goal: Jerome 34.
FULHAM (4-3-3): Bettinelli; Fredericks, Odoi,
Ream, Targett; Johansen (Norwood 88),
McDonald, Cairney; Ayite (Piazon 76), Mitrovic,
Sessegnon (Kebano 76). Booked: Johansen.
Referee: R East (Wiltshire).
MIDDLESBROUGH
manager Tony Pulis got
on his bike this week to take
his staff on a 30-mile ride to
Saltburn as part of a bonding
exrcise. ?We saw a different
side of things,? said Pulis,
whose team host Aston Villa
in the first leg of their play-off
semi-final today.
Pulis has applied some not
so subtle pressure on referee
Bobby Madeley to give star
winger Adama Traore more
protection. ?Adama has been
targeted, there is no doubt
about it,? he said.
?
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over Tisdale
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Championship. ?Having a loud
away following is amazing,?
he said. ?It helped the lads on
their travels this year.
?I?d ask fans that if they
have waited out in the cold in
a tent to get a ticket, please
turn up your voice and get
behind the team.
?Because they?re still young,
our players like appreciation
and love. When the fans are
clapping every tackle and
throw-in, it has an impact.?
LINCOLN manager Danny
Cowley has criticised Exeter
over their treatment of rival
boss Paul Tisdale on the eve
of today?s play-off semi-final.
Exeter were struggling in
League Two when the club?s
supporters? trust voted to
serve notice on his rolling
contract.
Tisdale, above, could end
his 12-year tenure after the
Grecians? play-off campaign.
Cowley, whose side host
Exeter in the first leg, said:
?Exeter have been together
for a long time now. On the
pitch, they?ve real stability
and a very good manager.
He?s the longest-serving
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manager in the Football
League and I think he?s been
treated unfairly.
?Unfortunately, some
people don?t know what
they?ve got until they haven?t
got it. What Paul Tisdale has
done there has been
absolutely amazing.?
Today?s other semi-final
sees Coventry take on Notts
County. Sky Blues boss Mark
Robins said: ?The quality is
there ? the players just need
to embrace it and enjoy it.?
County?s Kevin Nolan said:
?There?s no hiding place now.
If we win these next two we
go to Wembley.?
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?Street
boy had
to come
into line?
STICKING TOGETHER:
Moyes with Rooney at
United and, right, when
Rooney signed his first
Everton contract in 2003
By Jon West
and Gideon Brooks
WHEN he announced his
arrival on the Premier
League
scene
with
that last-minute winner
against Arsenal five days
before his 17th birthday,
fame
followed
very
quickly for Wayne Rooney.
And that did not sit well with
his manager at the time. ?It was
difficult because Wayne was a
street boy and he had to come
into line with the others,? said
David Moyes, who gave Rooney
his debut in 2002 when he was in
charge of Everton.
?I didn?t like it at the start
when he was doing Pepsi
adverts, or whatever it was,
adidas and Nike adverts. I
wanted him to concentrate on
his job ? to be a top player.
?I remember the way Sir Alex
dealt with Ryan Giggs and when
I was at Celtic they had Charlie
Nicholas, who was the top boy
and a bit similar. They way they
dealt with them was the way I
dealt with Wayne.?
Rooney, 32, has the option to
call time on a trophy-laden
career in English football and
move to the States with
DC United and now appears
destined to play just three
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seasons
with
his
boyhood club ? two
before his move to
Manchester United
in 2004 and this
season.
DC United are
believed to have
offered
him
a
�.5 million
deal
which would see
him play two and a
half
seasons
in
MLS.
And while he
could have played
his
last
game
for Everton after
failing to recover from a ?slight
knee injury? in time to face West at each other and saying,
?did he really just do that??
Ham tomorrow, Moyes vividly
recalled the moment when he It was a moment when time
nearly stood still for us.?
and his coaching staff realised
Rooney would go on to claim
they had a future genius on their
goalscoring
hands.
records for both
?When he was only
United
and
a boy he would
England
but
kick all the
Moyes
is
balls away on
convinced he
the training
could
have
ground
and
been equally
I would get
successful in
annoyed,? said
any
position.
Moyes. ?But one
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?I always thought
day we had a
Wayne could play in goal,
small
eight-a-side
as a right-back or a centregame and he scored a goal
by chipping the goalie right half,? he said. ?It was because
he was a footballer, a genuine,
from the byline.
?It was one of those moments old-fashioned street footballer. I
where the staff were looking used to say there weren?t many
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left. When Wayne was
playing for the first
team he would go back
and kick the ball with
his pals in the street.
?Those stories are
ones we all hope still
exist but I don?t know
that they do now. For
me, he was the last of
that type.?
Everton manager Sam
Allardyce admitted that
time was catching up
with England?s leading
goalscorer.
?You have to accept
that when you get older
as I had to when the
manager used to tell me,
?you won?t play as much as you
did before or you might be
substituted or you are getting
on in years because your legs
can?t quite carry you like you
used to?,? said Allardyce.
?The only reason we stop
playing football is because we
can?t run any more, There is no
other reason, our talent never
leaves us.
?Our ability, our intelligence
never leaves us, it?s just that we
can?t physically cope any more
and that happens to us all in the
end.?
Moyes added: ?He will always
be a legend at Manchester
United and respected for what
he has done ... but he will always
be an Evertonian.?
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Baggies
fans go
for Moore
WEST BROM caretaker
boss Darren Moore has
emerged as a serious
contender for the job.
It is understood the
choice for Chinese
owner Guochuan Lai
is between the
44-year-old Moore and
another experienced
candidate and the
decision will be made
next week.
The turnaround in
form under Moore,
above, meant the
Baggies were relegated
only on Wednesday
after Southampton?s
win at Swansea after
looking doomed since
March.
West Brom were set
to make official
approaches for
Brentford?s Dean
Smith and Leicester
No 2 Michael Appleton.
But players and fans
have rallied around
Moore, who said:
?I?ll speak to the board.
Whether that?s as a
contender, we?ll see.
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Things need to be
sorted for the new
season.?
West Brom face
Palace today with
Eagles manager Roy
Hodgson saying the
club will have to spend
big if they are to avoid
another relegation fight.
That includes a bid
for midfielder Ruben
Loftus-Cheek, who is
on loan.
Hodgson said: ?It
would take a very big
investment to replace
Ruben. We will just
have to accept it if he
goes back ? it all
depends on Chelsea.
?I will be speaking to
our American owners
about having money to
spend. I?ve heard some
encouraging noises but
nothing has been put
in front of me.?
Johann in Gud
form for Russia
SEAN DYCHE believes
Iceland?s Johann Berg
Gudmundsson is going
to the World Cup
?strong?.
The forward has
signed a new
three-year deal for his
part in bringing
European football back
to Burnley for the first
time in half a century.
Now, after achieving
domestic success with
a seventh place
Premier League finish,
Clarets boss Dyche is
sure Gudmundsson
can make his mark in
Russia, after the
season finale at home
to Bournemouth.
?He can certainly
deliver. He has shown
strong signs of
becoming a pitch
presence,? said Dyche.
The careers of
Burnley midfielders
Scott Arfield and Dean
Marney are coming to
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an end. Arfield has
signed a pre-contract
agreement with
Rangers while Marney
has been linked with
Nottingham Forest.
Eddie Howe,
meanwhile, will become
the Premier League?s
longest-serving
manager when Arsene
Wenger leaves Arsenal
tomorrow. But he does
not believe he will
emulate the
Frenchman by staying
at Bournemouth for
more than 20 years.
?I hope I can but I
can?t see it,? Howe said.
?Football is not built
that way now. It?s very
difficult to get people
to accept you and not
get bored of you.?
Lukaku?s cup hope hanging by a thread
LUKAKU: Ankle injury
ROMELU LUKAKU has
come to a critical point in his
race to get fit for the FA Cup
final.
The Belgium striker has
missed Manchester United?s
last two games because of an
ankle injury and manager
Jose Mourinho admitted he
is planning to start without
his No1 striker against
Chelsea at Wembley in a
week?s time.
?We hope he can play in the
final,? said Mourinho. ?He
is in Belgium having
treatment. We are in
communication with the
doctors and our medical
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department and we are just
waiting to see if he can be
involved in the final. If not, at
least he can be on the bench.?
Lukaku?s absence has
opened the door for out-offavour duo Marcus Rashford
and Anthony Martial.
Mourinho was critical of
their performances in the
1-0 defeat at Brighton last
week and ignored them for
most of Thursday?s drab 0-0
draw at West Ham. That
match saw Rashford come on
for the last 16 minutes and
Martial remain on the bench.
But both will start at home
against Watford tomorrow as
Mourinho wants all his squad
to have playing time ahead of
the cup final.
He said: ?I will play Sergio
Romero, Daley Blind, Eric
Bailly, Rashford, Martial and
Juan Mata.
?I have every player apart
from Lukaku and Marouane
Fellaini available and I won?t
go to the young players.?
Tomorrow?s game doubles
as a farewell for Michael
Carrick, who is quitting aged
36 to start a coaching career
at Old Trafford.
Mourinho said: ?He is
going to start the match as
captain but not end it
because I want him to leave
the pitch alone and feel what
the Manchester United
supporters feel about him.
?I?m not as sad as I normally
am when my players end
their careers because he?s
going to be with us as a
coach and even closer to me.
But it will still be emotional.?
Watford boss Javi Gracia is
hoping he can finally call on
Nathaniel Chalobah for the
first time in his Watford reign.
The midfielder has been
sidelined for 239 days after
fracturing his kneecap during
a training session.
Gracia said: ?It is possible
he will play. We will see
tomorrow and in the last
training session. He deserves
to play because he has
worked very hard.
?He is not in the best
condition but if he can play, it
will be very good for morale.?
The Hornets will pocket
an extra �million by
leapfrogging Bournemouth,
Crystal Palace and Newcastle
into the top half.
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POOLS GUIDE
TODAY
(3pm unless stated)
Sky Bet Championship PlayOffs Semi-Final First Leg
Middlesbrough v Aston Villa (5.15) .....
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Sky Bet League One PlayOffs Semi-Final First Leg
Scunthorpe v Rotherham (12.30).......
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Sky Bet League Two PlayOffs Semi-Final First Leg
Coventry v Notts County (7.30) ..........
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Lincoln City v Exeter ..........................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Ladbrokes Premiership
Dundee v Partick ..............................
Motherwell v Hamilton.......................
St Johnstone v Ross County...............
Ladbrokes League One
Play-Off Final Second Leg
Peterhead (0) v Stenhousemuir (2) ....
Ladbrokes League Two
Play-Off Final Second Leg
Cowdenbeath (0) v Cove R (0) (2pm) .
Vanarama National League
Premier Play-Off Final
Boreham Wood v Tranmere ...............
(Live on BT Sport 1)
JD Welsh Premier League?Europa
League Play-off Semi-final: Cardiff
Met Uni v Barry Tn (5.15, Live on S4C).
Danske Bank Irish Premiership?
Europa League Play-off Final:
Cliftonville v Glentoran.
Spanish League
11 Alaves v Athletic Bilbao (5.30) ...........
12 Deportivo v Villarreal (5.30) ...............
13 Eibar v Las Palmas (5.30) .................
15 Getafe v Atletico Madrid (5.30) ..........
16 Girona v Valencia (5.30) ...................
18 Real Betis v Sevilla (5.30) .................
19 Real Madrid v Celta Vigo (7.45) .........
20 Real Sociedad v Leganes (3.15) ........
Italian League
22 Benevento v Genoa (5pm) .................
26 Inter Milan v Sassuolo (7.45) ............
French League
31 Amiens v Metz (8pm) ........................
32 Angers v Nantes (8pm) .....................
33 Bordeaux v Toulouse (8pm) ...............
34 Guingamp v Marseille ..........FRI,VOID
35 Lille v Dijon (8pm) ............................
36 Monaco v St Etienne (8pm) ...............
37 Montpellier v Troyes (8pm) ................
38 Nice v Caen (8pm) ...........................
39 PSG v Rennes (8pm) ........................
40 Strasbourg v Lyon (8pm) ...................
Portuguese Liga Nos
43 Boavista v Belenenses (8pm).............
45 Guimaraes v FC Porto (4pm)..............
TOMORROW
Premier League
1 Burnley v AFC Bournemouth ..............
2 Crystal Palace v West Brom ...............
3 Huddersfield v Arsenal .......................
4 Liverpool v Brighton...........................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
5 Manchester Utd v Watford .................
6 Newcastle v Chelsea .........................
(Live on Sky Sports Premier League)
7 Southampton v Manchester City.........
(Live on Sky Sports Mix)
8 Swansea v Stoke ..............................
9 Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester ...........
10 West Ham v Everton..........................
Sky Bet League One PlayOffs Semi-Final Second Leg
Shrewsbury (1) v Charlton (0) (5.15) ..
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Ladbrokes Premiership
Celtic v Aberdeen (12.30) .................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Hibernian v Rangers (12.30)..............
(Live on BT Sport 1)
Kilmarnock v Hearts (12.30)..............
Ladbrokes Championship
Play-Off Final Second Leg
Dumbarton (1) v Alloa (0) (4.10) .......
(Live on BBC ALBA)
Vanarama National League
North Play-Off Final
Harrogate Tn v Brackley.....................
Vanarama National League
South Play-Off Final
Hampton & Richmond v Braintree Tn ..
By Gideon Brooks
JURGEN KLOPP says
Liverpool ?100 per cent
deserve?
a
top-four
finish this season but
made little attempt
yesterday to disguise his
annoyance that they will
go into the final game
with it still in the
balance.
With a Champions League
final against Real Madrid
looming in two weeks, the visit
of a Brighton side whose
top-flight status is secured
could have been an opportunity
to field a side of reserves.
But a point is still needed to
shade the argument ? should
fifth-placed Chelsea overcome
Newcastle at St James? Park.
?Champions
League
qualification was the target
from the first day of the season
and if someone said to me on
the last day of the season you
will have it in your own hands,
I?d have said, ?OK, I will take
that?,? said Klopp.
?It would have been possible
to have done it a little bit
earlier for different reasons,
one of the reasons is being in
the CL itself, but we have to
play this game.?
Klopp is right to point to an
arduous Champions League
campaign as an obstacle,
particularly a crucial ?six-point
swing? match against Chelsea
last week.
That match, which Liverpool
lost 1-0, came four days after
their semi-final second leg
against Roma in the Italian
capital.
In addition, Liverpool have
done it with a squad which has
looked increasingly threadbare
as the season ? one which will
stretch to 56 games in Kiev ?
has progressed.
The denouement to Klopp?s
third season at Anfield has a
familiar feel following their lastday victory over Middlesbrough
last May, a result which kept
them one point ahead of
Arsenal in fourth place.
And even allowing for their
date with destiny in Ukraine,
they should have enough to
repel Chris Hughton?s Seagulls
at a venue where they are
unbeaten in 18 this season.
The Brighton manager is
under no illusions as to the
size of tomorrow?s task.
?They are not too far behind
Manchester City and I don?t
see too much wrong with what
they have done this season,?
said Hughton. ?You?ve just had
one side who have blown
everybody away but next
season they?ll be very much
title contenders.?
A draw for Liverpool at
Anfield would be a satisfactory
answer to the questions a
rigorous programme has posed
them but entirely deserved
according to their manager.
?Brighton have their own
ideas and targets and we have
Klopp?s top four
bid down to wire
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Man City (C) .............37 31 4 2105 27 78
Man Utd ...................37 24 6 7 67 28 74
Tottenham ...............37 22 8 7 69 32 72
Liverpool ..................37 20 12 5 80 38
70
Chelsea ....................37 21 7 9 62 35 60
Arsenal ....................37 18 6 13 73 51 54
37
35
11
12
Burnley ....................37 14
49
Everton ....................37 13 10 14 43 55 47
Leicester ..................37 12 11 14 52 55 41
Newcastle ................37 11 8 18 36 47 41
Crystal Palace ..........37 10 11 16 43 55 41
Bournemouth............37 10 11 16 43 60 41
Watford ...................37 11 8 18 44 63 40
Brighton...................37 9 13 15 34 50 39
West Ham ................37 9 12 16 45 67 37
Huddersfield .............37 9 10 18 28 57 36
Southampton ............37 7 15 15 37 55
33
Swansea...................37 8 9 20 27 54 31
West Brom (R) ..........37 6 13 18 31 54 30
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33
19
Stoke (R) ..................37 6 12
SMILING
THROUGH:
But Klopp
knows his side
need at least
a point to
guarantee
Champions
League football
next term
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to be ready. But I think we
deserve to finish top four ?
absolutely, 100 per cent,? he
said.
?We have to make the last
step. If we don?t do it and
Chelsea get the spot, then they
deserve it. It is as simple as
that. Chelsea made five or six
changes in midweek. That
would not be possible for us,
even if we thought about it.
These boys have had to fight
for each yard, the last six or
seven weeks, pretty much the
same group.
?That is the situation. I
really think they deserve it but
we have to make the final step
ourselves because nobody will
probably help us.?
For all that Klopp was
keen to compartmentalise the
Champions League assignment
in Kiev in a drawer for ?future
tasks? while he concentrates
on Brighton, he accepted he
CHELSEA?s league season has come
future is in the melting pot. He is 2-7 to
down to one crucial game and what is
have left Stamford Bridge by the start
certain is they need a win at Newcastle
of next season, 5-2 to remain.
to keep alive their slim chances of
Should he depart, we make former
qualifying for next season?s Champions
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique and
League.
Napoli?s Maurizio Sarri the 7-2 joint
Liverpool are 1-5 to win at home
favourites, although Celtic manager
BY
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against Brighton and the price of
Brendan Rodgers at 8-1 looks like an
Chelsea qualifying in fourth spot is
interesting bet given his history at
25-1 ? Liverpool are 1-200. Antonio Conte?s
Stamford Bridge.
is pushing against the tide.
Liverpool had their end-ofseason awards night on
Thursday at Anfield. Klopp
smiled thinly when describing
its position in the calendar as
?good timing?.
?A lot of people have wished
me luck for the 26th [in Kiev]
while maybe two or three
people said good luck for
Sunday,? he said.
?That?s the next challenge.
It?s a big one. There are many
moments where people can
be happy or proud of this
team, this club, but on Sunday
we all have to deliver again, all
of us.
?It?s not a farewell thing
on Sunday, it?s a proper
competition against a good
football team.?
Hughes slates Stoke ?airbrush? job
Ferrari Packaging Lowland League
Cup?Final: Selkirk v Cumbernauld
Colts.
Spanish League
14 Espanyol v Malaga (3.15) ..................
17 Levante v Barcelona (7.45) ...............
Italian League
21 Atalanta v AC Milan (5pm).................
23 Bologna v Chievo (2pm) ....................
24 Crotone v Lazio (2pm) .......................
25 Fiorentina v Cagliari (2pm).................
27 Roma v Juventus (7.45) ....................
28 Sampdoria v Napoli (7.45) ................
29 Torino v SPAL (2pm) .........................
30 Verona v Udinese (2pm) ....................
Portuguese Liga Nos
41 Aves v Chaves (4pm) .........FRI, VOID
42 Benfica v Moreirense (6pm)...............
44 Feirense v Estoril (6pm) ....................
46 Maritimo v Sporting (6pm) .................
47 Portimonense v Pacos Ferreira (6pm) .
48 Rio Ave v Braga (6pm) ......................
49 Vitoria Setubal v Tondela (6pm) .........
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE
HUGHES: ?Successful?
MARK HUGHES has
slammed Stoke owner
Peter Coates for
airbrushing him out of
their history.
Southampton
manager Hughes has
hit back after Coates
released a statement
following Stoke?s
relegation to the
Championship claiming
Hughes should have
been axed earlier.
Hughes said:
?Hindsight?s a
wonderful thing. It was
a difficult season. I?m a
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little disappointed.
I was there four and a
half years and it seems
that certain people
want to airbrush the
success we had.
?It?s there for
everybody to see. I was
their most successful
Premier League
manager. It didn?t end
like I wanted, but
myself and everybody
on my staff put their
heart and soul into that
job and I?m really sorry
that they?ve gone out of
the league.?
Only a freak set of
final-day results can
see Swansea leapfrog
Southampton to safety
tomorrow. Saints would
have to lose heavily at
home to champions
Manchester City and
Swansea beat Stoke
with a 10-goal swing in
order for the South
Coast side to go down.
But Hughes has
warned his players to
keep their fate in their
own hands.
?If we perform at the
same level we have
done in recent weeks
and understand what
we are trying to
achieve, we have the
ability to make sure we
get the job done,? he
said.
City manager Pep
Guardiola has warned
Atletico Madrid they
are wasting their time
trying to sign Sergio
Aguero. The striker,
who is 30 next month,
has stated many times
when his City contract
runs out in two years
that he will return to
first club Independiente
in Argentina.
Guardiola said:
?Sergio is going to stay
until he decides his
time is over.?
Aguero?s season
finished prematurely
after keyhole surgery
on a knee injury, leaving
him fighting to be fit for
the World Cup.
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE
By Tony Banks
ANTONIO CONTE has
launched a staunch
defence of his record as
Chelsea manager and
taken another swipe at
his predecessor Jose
Mourinho.
Conte is set to leave
Stamford Bridge at the end of
this season after two years in
charge, with his last game
probably coming in a week?s
time when his side meet
Mourinho?s
Manchester
United in the FA Cup final at
Wembley.
The Italian, who won the
title last year in his first
season, has had a tough
campaign this time round
with constant wrangles with
the club board and his side
set to miss out on the top four
unless a miracle occurs
tomorrow.
Conte publicly insists that
he will see out the final year of
his �6 million-a-year contract
but is adamant that Chelsea
are in far better shape than
when he took over from
Mourinho in 2016.
Mourinho was sacked in
December 2015 after a poor
start to the season and, under
interim boss Guus Hiddink,
they slumped to a 10th-placed
finish. This year, Chelsea look
certain to finish fifth.
?Remember last season
after a 10th place finish the
year before, we won the
league,? he said. ?It was
difficult. We worked very hard,
but we won it after a 10th
place finish. Now probably,
you finish fifth and you start
with an advantage compared
to when you finish 10th.
?Two years ago, Chelsea
ended the season 10th and
were not in the FA Cup final,
did not reach the semi-finals
of the Carabao Cup and were
eliminated in the last 16 of
the Champions League.
?We have worked hard for
two years to try to build
something. We have done this.
I?m very happy for last season.
I?m very happy for this
season. You learn in this
job. If you are clever you
continue to learn and
Conte puts
it on record
just for Jose
improve yourself, to try and
be better in the future.?
After the final, Conte is set
for talks with owner Roman
Abramovich and it is likely a
deal will be made which sees
the two go their separate
ways, with Chelsea looking at
Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri,
Hoffenheim
boss
Julian
Nagelsmann and Monaco
supremo Leonardo Jardim as
potential replacements.
But the Italian, who had
said at the start of this
campaign that he wanted to
avoid a ?Mourinho
season,? added:
?I?m the last
person to
judge my
work.
Other
people will judge our position.
It?s for other people to see the
situation, take the right
evaluation after two years of
work and understand what
Chelsea?s position is now in
the panoramic of football.
?I do my job. I trust in my
work. This is the only
important thing for me.
?For a second season in a
row, we?re fighting to win
something. Last season we
won the league. This season
we have the
possibility to win another
important trophy.?
Chelsea travel to Newcastle
tomorrow needing to win and
hope Liverpool lose at home
to Brighton to secure a
Champions League spot.
Newcastle manager Rafa
Benitez said: ?We have to try
to finish on a high because
they deserve to do that and
also the fans deserve to see
the team winning the last
game.
?It has been a great season.
At the beginning, we were
thinking the target was to
stay up and I can read about
a lot of managers now saying,
?Great because we are safe?,
but we were safe five games
before, so that is amazing.
?For me, the key has been
the unity, togetherness
between fans, players,
staff, everyone, and the
work-rate of this group
of players.?
Benitez again gave
nothing away about
his future as he
prepares to enter
the final 12 months
of his contract.
He would only
say: ?I think this
week
maybe
there will be
a n o t h e r
conversation.?
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yesterday
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may have been firmly
in his cheek for the
final comment, but
he knows just how
difficult the transition
can be.
Club sources are now
openly admitting that
Spurs? first fixtures of
the new season may
have to be played away
but are adamant their
new home will be ready
to move in for the
2018-19 season.
Ahead of his final
game at Huddersfield
tomorrow, Wenger was
asked if he regretted
leaving Highbury.
?I believe Highbury
had a special spirit,? he
said. ?It?s a cathedral, a
church. You could smell
the soul of every guy
that played there. So it
was special. It will
always be special.
?The Emirates was
like buying a new
house. It took us a
while to feel at home
there. It?s a fantastic
stadium but there was
something special at
Highbury that you
could never recreate.
?But we had to do it.
There is no club that
can turn down people
who want to attend a
down. I thought we
were a bit too
ambitious with 60,000
but it worked.?
One home Wenger
said he would never
change was his family
base in Totteridge.
?Here is my home,?
he said. ?I lived here for
22 years, my daughter
has spent her whole life
here, she is going to
university here. I feel
at home here.?
Huddersfield boss
David Wagner insists
the celebrations are
only just starting.
The Terriers will
stage another big bash
to mark their Premier
League escape as a
follow-up to hitting
London?s nightspots
until the early hours
on Thursday after
safety was assured.
Wagner revealed
more mayhem is in the
pipeline after the visit
of Arsenal tomorrow.
?If any group of
players deserve to
celebrate like they?ve
never done before, then
it?s this group,? said
Wagner. ?There will be
a big celebration on
Sunday.?
have suspended two of their
? ARSENAL
under-23 coaches amid allegations of bullying.
Former Arsenal, Brighton and Charlton defender
Steve Gatting, together with his assistant Carl
Laraman, were relieved of their duties ahead of
Tuesday?s Premier League International Cup Final
against Porto. An investigation will follow.
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CARVALHAL: Set for axe
CARLOS Carvalhal
claimed Swansea
would have been
Europa League
contenders had he
been given the whole
season to work with
them.
Carvalhal is set to be
axed when Swansea?s
relegation is confirmed
in tomorrow?s clash
with Stoke, barring a
last-minute
mathematical miracle.
Long serving players
Leon Britton and
Angel Rangel will
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follow Carvalhal out of
the exit door after the
former confirmed his
retirement at the end
of the current
campaign.
It means a summer
of upheaval is on the
way at the Liberty,
chairman Huw Jenkins
under pressure to quit
from the club?s
Supporters Trust and
American owners
Jason Levien and Steve
Kaplan also targets for
frustrated fans.
Carvalhal insists he
will discuss his future
with Jenkins after the
meeting with Stoke,
but was at pains
yesterday to defend his
record and stress how
his results surpass
those of predecessor
Paul Clement.
The Portuguese
claimed Swansea
would have been
candidates to qualify
for the Europa League,
had he been in charge
all season. ?We have
done a very good job
with 20 points from 17
games,? he said.
?It is like a miracle
and we are not far
away from the form of
teams in the Europa
League if you do that
over a whole season.
?We achieved a good
path together, but the
problem was the 13
points from the first
20 games.?
DELE ALLI has been
TOTTENHAM
told by Mauricio
LEICESTER
Pochettino to keep
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his list after launching
his own clothing brand
starts to change the
this week.
priorities. For him,
The 22-year-old, still
football must always
yet to make 100 starts
be the priority: football
in the Premier League,
and family.?
has designed a range of
Harry Kane goes into
the BoohooMAN brand
tomorrow?s final game
and his image is
of the league season
plastered all over bus
against Leicester
stops and underground
three goals behind
stations
Liverpool?s
around the
Mohamed
capital.
Salah in the
The
race for the
Tottenham
golden boot
manager
? but he scored
declined an
four in one
invitation to
game against
attend the
the Foxes last
official launch
year.
event on
Leicester
Thursday night
manager
Claude Puel is
but is happy
ALLI: Business fighting for his
for Alli to
pursue his business
future after rumblings
interests in his spare
in the dressing room
time ? as long as it
about his style and
does not impact on his
groans from fans about
football.
their brand of football.
?I?m not worried,?
But he said: ?I try to
said Pochettino. ?I
rise above all these
understand these days
things. I want to work
life, football and
to develop the play and
business are
the squad, the young
completely different.
players and the
The problem is if he
structure of the club.?
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RUGBY UNION: REDEMPTION ROAD
Cool Gareth
seals glory
for Cardiff
GARETH ANSCOMBE
kicked a dramatic
last-minute penalty as
Cardiff Blues mustered
a superb second-half
comeback to take the
European Challenge
Cup in Bilbao.
Wales?s adopted
Kiwi kept his nerve
from 30 metres out
wide on the left as the
Blues punished
Gloucester for the late
sin-binning of Lewis
Ludlow.
With Gloucester
down to 14 men for the
last seven minutes,
Blaine Scully?s try out
wide on the right
opened the door and
then Anscombe, who
had missed the tough
conversion, pushed the
Welsh region through it
to give them the trophy
for the second time in
their history.
?I was knackered,?
said Anscombe. ?They
were two big kicks and
I couldn?t miss that
second one.
?I was relieved when
it went through the
uprights. I can?t believe
CARDIFF
GLOUCESTER
31
30
From Neil Squires
in Bilbao
seven minutes and two
minutes later Billy
Burns engineered a
precision cross-kick for
Henry Trinder to cross
for a try by Gloucester.
The Blues defence
was carved apart again,
centre Mark Atkinson
crossing in the 38th
minute as Gloucester,
who knocked Cardiff
out at the quarter-final
stage last season,
opened up 20-6 lead at
the interval.
Blues prop Taufa?ao
Filise, who had become
the oldest man to play
in a European final
when he took the field
a fortnight shy of his
41st birthday, did well
to last a half in a
breathless final before
being substituted.
Then the game
turned on its head.
Scrum-half Tomos
Williams pulled the
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BECKONS:
Lancaster
in Bilbao
yesterday
RISING TO CHALLENGE: Cardiff start celebrations
it to be honest.? For
Gloucester it was
heartbreak, for the
Blues elation at
repeating the feat of
2010.
For the curious
Basques in a crowd of
32,500 in Athletic
Bilbao?s San Mames
Stadium, it was a
thrilling end to an
evening of fast and
furious fare.
?He had to kick the
last one after he missed
the first one, hadn?t
he?? said Blues captain
Ellis Jenkins.
?He?s a quality player
and there was no
doubt in my mind he
wasn?t going to miss
two in a row.
?What we trained all
season for was to give
ourselves an
opportunity like this. It
took us 79 minutes but
we got there in the
end.?
The Blues were dealt
a cruel blow when
Wales flanker Josh
Navidi went off with an
arm injury after just
Blues back into the
game, scooping up his
own hack through
which had ricocheted
off a post to score
early in the second
period.
And when Garyn
Smith went over for a
try four minutes later
from a neat chip by
Jarrod Evans,
converted by the
stand-off, the Blues
suddenly had the lead.
Back bounced
Gloucester with a
lineout rumble finished
off by hooker James
Hanson and when Billy
Twelvetrees made it six
kicks out six the
Cherry and Whites
looked home and
hosed.
But Ludlow?s yellow
card seven minutes
from time changed
everything as
Gloucester?s 14 men
could not hold out.
?There will be a lot of
quiet people in the
changing room,? said
Gloucester captain
Ed Slater.
IT WAS Monday morning,
September 5, 2016, and
Stuart Lancaster had
not long stepped off the
6.30am
flight
from
Leeds/Bradford Airport
to Dublin.
It had been 10 months since
his tenure with England had
ended
in
tears
after
a
group stage exit at their home
World Cup. He was, in the eyes
of English rugby, a failure.
The Leinster rugby squad,
whom Lancaster was about to
address, probably had their
doubts too about this new
?senior coach? who had been
sprung on them that day after
the sudden departure of Kiwi
defence coach Kurt McQuilken
back to New Zealand.
?I stood in front of those 60
players and my opening line
was, ?I think we can do great
things here ... I think we can win
Europe?.? said Lancaster. ?Most
of the players just looked at me.
Neil SQUIRES
THE BIG INTERVIEW
They had lost to Connacht in
the Pro12 final and come bottom
of their pool in Europe the
previous season. They had lost
to Wasps by an aggregate score
of over 100. It wasn?t a great
season.
?Then I said, ?Let me tell you
the reason why?. I had been able
to analyse the final and those
Wasps games and everything
else. So I put it on the board,
showed them clips of how we
could improve and they bought
into it straight away.?
Twenty months on, Leinster
can fulfil Lancaster?s prophecy
when they face Racing 92 today
in the Champions Cup final and
complete the circle for the man
who came back from the abyss.
Reliving the numbing emptiness
of that World Cup failure and
its aftermath, when three and a
half
years
of
painstaking
restoration work on a dystopic
England collapsed under the
blowtorch
heat
of
the
tournament remains searingly
difficult.
?I still look back with huge
regret that we didn?t do better
in the World Cup,? he said.
?We got a lot of things right in
the build-up to it but, having
been 20-12 up, things didn?t go
well for about half an hour of the
Wales game and that changed
everything. It was tough,
particularly for my parents,
when criticism was coming my
way.?
When the inevitable happened
and Lancaster lost the head
coach?s job on the back of it, he
moped around for a while
waiting for the phone to ring. It
didn?t. He was damaged goods.
?It is very difficult when you
are out of work, waiting, hoping
you will get an opportunity,? he
said. ?The main thing is a lack of
purpose. Not having a team to
coach was really eating away at
me, not being able to put
anything right and just having
to sit there thinking about it.?
And then, just as he was
wondering if that World Cup
might have finished him in
top-level coaching, came the
call from Dublin.
It was a hands-on coaching
job rather than a director of
rugby role but he had no
problem with that. His primary
regret with England had been in
allowing himself to grow more
and more distant from the
day-to-day coaching. He still
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The criticism
I got was
tough for my
parents...
In his ?rst in-depth interview since
the England World Cup debacle,
Stuart Lancaster reveals the agony
of losing his job, waiting for the
phone to ring and telling a shocked
Leinster they could rule Europe
was not sure ? until a message
arrived on his phone.
?Johnny Sexton texted me
?and said, ?I understand you?re
interested. Let me know what
you need me to do to help get it
over the line?. That was pretty
powerful,? said Lancaster.
And so the Leinster-Lancaster
love-in began. The Cumbrian set
about making a side that had
fallen off its pedestal as masters
of Europe great again.
There was none of the cultural
business which had been so
important to him with England.
With 90 per cent of the squad
local boys, there was no need.
Leinster already had a fierce
identity.
Instead, there was fasterpaced training and an emphasis
on making the team comfortable
in chaos.
Leinster, unbeaten in a grand
sweep across Europe this season
which has seen them take down
the champions of England, the
Pro14 and Europe, stand at the
precipice of a peerless triumph.
The
players
rave
about
Lancaster?s influence. Jamie
Heaslip, recently retired, puts
him on a par with Ireland coach
Joe Schmidt as the best he has
ever worked with.
The talk across the Irish Sea is
of Lancaster succeeding Schmidt
if he steps aside after next year?s
World Cup. After all the flak he
took at the end of his England
tenure, this sort of chat must be
sweet music to his ears.
?It?s nice to see the team I?m
involved in coaching playing well
and delivering good results,? is
as far as Lancaster will go.
?Players who have been
coached by good coaches say
positive
things
about
the
environment, that?s what I would
tune into.
?The World Cup was on my
watch
and
it
was
my
responsibility. But I don?t see it
now as trying to prove anything
to anyone. All I?m trying to do is
do a good job for Leinster
because they gave me the
opportunity. It?s more about
repaying
Leinster
than
vindication.?
He has no contact with Eddie
Jones but, as an Englishman
whose family home remains in
Yorkshire, keeps a paternal
interest in the fortunes of the
England side he constructed.
They will, he believes, rise again
after their dramatic fall in the
Six Nations.
As for Leinster, in this Ireland?s
year, it seems written in the stars
that they will complete the 2018
greenwash today in Bilbao by
winning the Champions Cup for
a record-equalling fourth time.
?Europe has probably been
brought to life more at Leinster
than any other place I?ve been,?
said Lancaster. ?It?s a huge deal
for a whole variety of reasons
but mainly because it is the
pinnacle of the club game. And
to be crowned the best team in
Europe, you have to earn it.?
If Leinster make it today, few
will argue that their English
coach will have earned his
moment.
TALL ORDER:
Lancaster on
World Cup duty
with England
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Gareth in
early pick
for Russia
Not having a team to coach was
really eating away at me, not
being able to put anything right
By Matthew Dunn
STUART LANCASTER OPENS UP ON HIS ENGLAND REIGN - Pages 86 and 87
HARRY MAY
HAVE
TO GO
Wenger warns Spurs: Cost of
new stadium could be Kane
ARSENE WENGER has
put the cat among the
pigeons by warning north
London rivals Tottenham
that they may have to
sell Harry Kane to pay for
their new stadium.
Wenger, who managed Arsenal
through their move from Highbury
to the Emirates a decade ago,
fears paying for the move may
come at a cost to Spurs.
?There are some things that
have changed,? said Wenger. ?The
impact of the transfers has
By Matthew Dunn
increased a lot. The prices have
gone up and the prices for the
stadium have doubled.
?The transfers of the players
have tripled or quadrupled. A
� million player when we built
the stadium was huge.
?Today a guy like Kane, I don?t
know for how much they can sell
him. �0m? So they might get
more supply.
?But they have to face it. Will
they have to sell players? Even to
Arsenal maybe!? Wenger?s tongue
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GROUNDS
FOR A SALE:
Wenger says
Kane could
be sold
Big Sam facing Everton D-Day
SAM ALLARDYCE expects
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri to
tell him if he has a future at
Goodison Park next week.
The Toffees manager, left, has
a contract until the end of next
season but with uncertainty
over his position hampering
forward planning and player
recruitment, Allardyce
wants clarity. ?He has got
things to sort out. We all
By Gideon Brooks
have things to sort out. I will find
out what Farhad is thinking
when I see him,? said Allardyce.
?I can?t speculate or predict
what that is but I?ve done all I
can do and that?s what I?ll say to
him. I can?t do any more.?
Allardyce fielded plenty of
questions over Wayne Rooney?s
possible move to Major League
Soccer but insisted the player
had not asked to leave the club.
However, Allardyce confirmed
there had been an approach.
?There appears to be an interest
from DC United,? he said. ?But
Wayne has not asked to leave and
neither has he had a confrontation
with me or been in any difficult
situation since I?ve been here.?
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GARETH SOUTHGATE plans
to give his World Cup stars
three weeks? extra notice of
their requirement for World
Cup duty by naming his final
squad on Wednesday.
Two days earlier he has to
submit a long-list of 35 names
and will be restricted to those
players when he comes to
name his final 23.
He does not
then have to
register that
final choice
with FIFA
until June 4,
but Southgate,
right, yesterday
announced he
would be going
public on May 16. He will
discuss his selection with the
media the following day.
Southgate has always been
clear he wanted to name his
squad early, rather than using
the Wembley clash with Nigeria
on June 2 as a final trial.
England?s final warm-up
game will be against Costa
Rica in Leeds on June 7 before
they kick off their Russia 2018
campaign against Tunisia on
June 18 in Volgograd.
Buffon is
charged
for ref rant
By Tony Paskin
JUVENTUS goalkeeper
Gianluigi Buffon has been
charged over his ?bag of
rubbish? comments he made
about referee Michael Oliver.
UEFA announced that the
Italian has been charged with
breaching their ?general
principles of conduct?
following his outburst
after his side?s
Champions
League
quarter-final
exit to Real
Madrid.
After Oliver
awarded Real
Madrid a
last-gasp spotkick ? which Cristiano
Ronaldo converted to knock
Juventus out ? Buffon, above,
was sent off for protesting.
Buffon, 40, went on to say
Oliver had a ?bag of rubbish
for a heart?. He has yet to
apologise.
Oliver and wife Lucy were
offered police support in the
wake of the incident, after both
were targeted by social media
trolls.
UEFA said the case will be
dealt with on May 31.
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ficult to say that
it was enjoyable because
our car balance was very bad
and it was very difficult to
drive.?
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TENNIS
second set which also
involved an incident in
which the Briton was
distracted by a
spectator but he took
the tie-break 8-6.
It was a big occasion
for Edmund on the
road to this summer?s
Grand Slams in his first
Masters 1000
quarter-final. He had
beaten Novak Djokovic
on his way to the last
eight but his run came
to an end as
Shapovalov took the
third set, although
Edmund could make it
into the world top 20
for the first time.
But Rafa Nadal will
lose his world No 1
ranking after suffering
a shock 7-5, 6-3 defeat
by Austrian Dominic
Thiem in the
quarter-finals.
Thiem, who lost to
Nadal in the Monte
Carlo quarter-finals last
month, was the last
player to beat the
Spaniard on clay ? at
last year?s Rome
Masters.
Nadal had created a
record of winning 50
consecutive sets on a
single surface by
beating Argentine
Diego Schwartzman on
Thursday. But this
defeat means he will be
replaced by Roger
Federer at the top of
the rankings.
Thiem, 24, broke
Madrid title holder
Nadal?s serve five times
before sealing victory.
CYCLING
IRELAND?s Sam
Bennett won stage
seven of the Giro
d?Italia as Simon
Yates retained the
pink jersey.
Bennett pipped
Elia Viviani in a
sprint in Praia a
Mare to claim his
maiden grand tour
stage victory.
Yates finished in
the bunch to retain
his 16-second lead
over defending
champion Tom
Dumoulin, while
Chris Froome stayed
eighth, 70 seconds
behind Yates.
ZOE BURN
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1. Who trained the Champion Hurdle winner Buveur D?Air and the
Champion Chase winner Altior but missed out on what would have
been an historic treble?
2. Who scored twice for Tottenham in their 3-0 FA Cup
quarter-final win at Swansea?
3. Who ended Serena Williams?s participation in the BNP Paribas
Open, her first tournament since becoming a
mother?
4. Which Swedish striker has signed for LA
Galaxy after leaving Manchester United?
5. With which sport is the Duckworth-Lewis
Method associated?
6. Which rugby team did Joe Schmidt coach
RATINGS
before the Irish national team?
0-3 Oh dear
7. Which German golfer won the US Masters at
4-6 Small beer
Augusta in 1985 and 1993?
7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
8. By what nickname was American pool
player Rudolph Wanderone jnr known?
9. Who holds Brazil?s record for the most international goals scored?
10. In what year did the heptathlon replace the pentathlon as
an Olympic event?
Edmund runs out of steam
KYLE EDMUND saw
his bid for glory at
the Madrid Open end in
the quarter-finals last
night.
The British No 1 was
beaten 5-7, 7-6, 6-4 by
19-year-old Canadian
Denis Shapovalov.
After Shapovalov had
taken control of the
match in the first set,
he then looked to
secure a straight-sets
victory.
He forced Edmund,
23, to save match point
at the end of a feisty
SUPERBIKES
CHAZ DAVIES
hopes to find his old
form at Imola for
today?s first World
Superbike race
after clocking
identical lap times
with championship
leader Jonathan
Rea in practice.
Both riders
recorded 1min
46.686secs in Italy
and Davies said:
?Imola has just
been one of those
circuits where
we?ve been able to
get into a good
rhythm, quite fast.?
EDMUND: End of the road
ANSWERS: 1 Nicky Henderson. 2 Christian Eriksen. 3 Her sister Venus.
4 Zlatan Ibrahimovic. 5 Cricket. 6 Leinster. 7 Bernhard Langer. 8 Minnesota
Fats. 9 Pele. 10 1984.
LEWIS Hamilton came
out swinging as he put
down an early marker
ahead of tomorrow?s
Spanish Grand Prix.
FORMER Masters
champion Charl
By Bernie McGuire
Schwartzel and
American Patrick
Woods said. ?I didn?t
Cantlay set the early
make many birdies. I
clubhouse target in the
had my chances. I
Players Championship
didn?t hit it close
as Tiger Woods faced a
enough.?
lengthy wait to see if he
Schwartzel has 11
would make the
European Tour titles to
halfway cut.
his name but has won
Schwartzel added a
just once on the PGA
bogey-free 66 to his
Tour ? the 2016 Valspar
opening 68 at Sawgrass
Championship ? since
to reach 10 under par, a
his victory at Augusta
total matched by
in 2011.
Cantlay courtesy of a
Former champions,
68. Chesson Hadley was Phil Mickelson and
a shot off the pace after
Rickie Fowler were cut
dropping three shots in
from the final two
his last two holes, with
rounds at Sawgrass.
Jason Day ?
Mickleson, who
seeking
played alongside
Woods for two
back-to-back
rounds, added
wins following
a second day 73
victory in the
to a first round
Wells Fargo
79 to finish
Championship
eight over.
last week
Fowler, who
? part of a
WOODS
brilliantly
four-strong
claimed the title in
group another stroke
2015, also gave fans
back on eight under.
little to cheer about
Woods carded two
despite five birdies
birdies and one bogey
early on, only to finish
in a second round of 71
with two double bogeys
to finish one under par,
towards the end of his
right on the projected
round of 71 for a
cut mark.
one-over total.
Woods could manage
One of Fowler?s
to find just 11 greens in
doubles included losing
regulation and in doing
a ball in a palm tree at
so he was never inside
his 15th hole, and he
10-feet with his
could not identify his
approach shots. ?I was
ball.
just a touch off today,?
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Daily Express Saturday May 12 2018
SPORT IN BRIEF
Sky Bet Championship
Play-Off Semi-Final 1st Leg
DERBY (1) ............. 1 FULHAM (0)........0
Jerome 34
Att: 27,163
Scottish Prem Play-off
Semi-final 2nd Leg
LIVINGSTON (1) .... 1 DUNDEE UTD (1) 1
Lithgow 6
Fraser 21
Att: 4,508
Livingston win 4-3 on aggregate.
BASKETBALL
BBL CH?SHIPS?Play-Off Semi-final
1st leg: Bristol 75 Leicester 90.
CRICKET
Specsavers County
Championship - Division One
(Day 1 of 4. Today 11am)
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire
TRENT BRIDGE: Lancashire have
scored 157 for four wickets against
Nottinghamshire
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: First Inns
S Mullaney c Livingstone b Onions ....... 3
J Libby c Livingstone b Clark .............. 34
C Nash c Croft b Onions ................... 16
L Taylor lbw Onions ............................ 0
S Patel run out ................................ 27
M Wessels c Vilas b Anderson ............. 9
T Moores c Vilas b Anderson ............... 1
S Broad c Davies b Bailey ................. 20
L Fletcher b Bailey ............................. 5
J Ball c Vilas b Bailey.......................... 2
H Gurney not out ............................... 0
B1 lb7 nb8 ............................... 16
Total (47.1 overs) ................. 133
Fall: 3, 46, 50, 80, 99, 104, 106,
128, 132.
Bowling: Anderson 15-6-27-2, Onions
11-4-22-3, Bailey 8.1-1-28-3, Clark 111-36-1, Jennings 2-0-12-0.
LANCASHIRE: First Inns
K Jennings not out ........................... 52
A Davies b Fletcher .......................... 50
H Hameed c Moores b Fletcher ........... 0
L Livingstone c Moores b Gurney ......... 8
S Chanderpaul lbw Mullaney ............. 23
D Vilas not out................................... 9
B6 lb7 nb2 ............................... 15
Total (4 wkts., 41 overs) ....... 157
Fall: 77, 87, 96, 143.
Bowling: Ball 8-0-38-0, Broad 10-323-0, Fletcher 8-1-25-2, Gurney 9-4-261, Mullaney 5-1-28-1, Patel 1-0-4-0.
Umpires: M Gough & R Robinson.
Somerset v Hampshire
TAUNTON: Hampshire have scored 198
for eight wickets against Somerset
HAMPSHIRE: First Inns
J Weatherley lbw Abell ...................... 28
J Adams c Davies b Groenewald ........ 23
J Vince c Davies b Abell .................... 44
H Amla c Davies b Groenewald ............ 4
T Alsop b Gregory ............................. 20
R Rossouw c Leach b Bess ............... 38
L McManus c Renshaw b Abell .......... 21
G Berg lbw Gregory ............................ 4
K Abbott not out ................................ 5
Lb2 w1 nb8 .............................. 11
Total (8 wkts., 58.1 overs) .... 198
Fall: 44, 86, 105, 111, 165, 178,
187, 198.
Bowling: Gregory 14-3-41-2, Overton 123-57-0, Groenewald 12-2-50-2, Abell 8.13-18-3, Leach 5-2-13-0, Bess 7-2-17-1.
Umpires: J Evans & J Lloyds.
Surrey v Yorkshire
THE KIA OVAL: Surrey have scored 366
for seven wickets against Yorkshire
SURREY: First Inns
R Burns c Pujara b Brooks .................. 9
M Stoneman lbw Bresnan ................. 10
S Borthwick c Lyth b Shaw .................. 5
D Elgar b Root ................................. 61
B Foakes c Bairstow b Patterson ....... 18
O Pope not out .............................. 131
S Curran c Bairstow b Patterson ........ 19
R Clarke c Lyth b Brooks ................... 71
C McKerr not out ............................. 27
B4 lb9 nb2 ............................... 15
Total (7 wkts., 92.3 overs) .... 366
Fall: 15, 19, 40, 69, 137, 162, 291.
Bowling: Bresnan 22-5-75-1, Brooks
18-0-91-2, Shaw 17-2-76-1, Patterson
22.3-2-83-2, Root 11-1-27-1, Brook
2-1-1-0.
Umpires: D Millns & M Saggers.
Worcestershire v Essex
NEW ROAD: Worcestershire have
scored 47 for no wickets against Essex
ESSEX: First Inns
V Chopra c Barnard b Magoffin .......... 10
A Cook c Twohig b Leach .................. 37
T Westley b Barnard ......................... 15
D Lawrence b Tongue ....................... 20
R Bopara c Mitchell b Tongue.............. 7
R ten Doeschate lbw Tongue ............... 1
J Foster lbw Mitchell Barnard ............ 16
S Harmer c Mitchell b Barnard .......... 22
P Siddle b Leach.............................. 29
J Porter c Cox b Tongue ...................... 6
S Cook not out .................................. 2
Lb8 nb4 ................................... 12
Total (65.1 overs) ................. 177
Fall: 19, 59, 68, 88, 90, 101, 125,
140, 157.
Bowling: Leach 15.1-3-37-2, Magoffin
16-6-38-1, Barnard 19-8-49-3, Tongue
15-7-45-4.
WORCESTERSHIRE: First Inns
D Mitchell not out .............................. 7
B D?Oliveira not out .......................... 34
Lb4 nb2 ..................................... 6
Total (0 wkts., 17 overs) ......... 47
Bowling: Porter 6-2-17-0, Cook 7-212-0, Siddle 4-1-14-0.
Umpires: N Mallender & N Cook.
DIVISION TWO?Derbyshire v
Durham (Derby): Derbyshire . 301-4
(80.0 overs; W L Madsen 80no, B A
Godleman 61, B T Slater 55).
Kent v Sussex (Canterbury): Kent
218 (74.1 overs; H G Kuhn 60; D
Wiese 4-54). Sussex 69-4 (19.0
overs).
Leicestershire v Glamorgan
(Grace Road): Leicestershire 191
(69.1 overs; N J Dexter 87).
Glamorgan 82-0 (24.0 overs).
Middlesex v Gloucestershire
(Lord?s): Middlesex . 356-6 (96.0
overs; N R T Gubbins 99, E J G
Morgan 76, D J Malan 76).
Northamptonshire v Warwickshire
(Edgbaston): Northamptonshire 256
(60.5 overs; S P Crook 92, D A J
Bracewell 81; H J H Brookes 4-54).
Warwickshire 100-4 (29.0 overs; I R
Bell 55no).
INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE?Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan
Royals (Jaipur): Chennai Super
Kings 176-4 (20 overs, Raina 52);
Rajasthan Royals 177-6 (19.5
overs, Buttler 95no). Rajasthan
Royals win by 4 wkts.
FIRST TEST MATCH?Ireland v
Pakistan (Dublin): No play Friday
due to rain.
CYCLING
GIRO D?ITALIA?Stage 7 (Pizzo Praia a Mare, 159 km): 1 S Bennett
(Irl) Bora-Hansgrohe 3h 45m 27s, 2 E
Viviani (Ita) Quick-Step Floors, 3 N
Bonifazio (Ita) Bahrain-Merida, 24 S
Yates (Gbr) Mitchelton-Scott, 25 C
Froome (Gbr) Team Sky all at same
time. Overall: 1 S Yates (Gbr)
Mitchelton-Scott 26h 31m 30s, 2 T
Dumoulin (Ned) Team Sunweb at 16s,
3 E Chaves (Col) Mitchelton-Scott at
26s, 8 C Froome (Gbr) Team Sky at
1m 10s.
GOLF
THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP
(Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida)?First
rnd (USA unless stated): 66 D
Johnson, A Noren (Swe), P Cantlay, M
Kuchar, C Hadley, W Simpson, 67 S
Stricker, R Sabbatini (Rsa), A Landry,
K Mitchell, J Vegas (Ven), S Woo Kim
(Kor), 68 X Schauffele, C Schwartzel
(Rsa), L Glover, C Gribble, B Watson,
C Howell III, D Lee (Nzl), J Rose (Eng),
O Schniederjans, S Garcia (Spa), J
Rahm (Spa), Cheng-Tsung Pan (Twa),
B Horschel, H Stenson (Swe), 69 J
Day (Aus), A Scott (Aus), B Grace
(Rsa), K Na, E Grillo (Arg), K Bradley, T
Fleetwood (Eng), J Walker, J Huh, N
Taylor (Can), B Garnett, A Lahiri (In).
ROCCO FORTE SICILIAN OPEN
(Agrigento, Sicily, Italy)?Second rnd
(Gbr & Irl unless stated): 133 L
Bjerregaard (Den) 65 68, J Guerrier
(Fra) 68 65, 134 S Brown 68 66, R
Evans 65 69, 135 M Lorenzo-Vera
(Fra) 71 64, 137 J Lagergren (Swe)
71 66, 138 S Webster 70 68, P
Waring 70 68, A Pavan (Ita) 72 66, F
Laporta (Ita) 69 69.
RUGBY LEAGUE
Ladbrokes Challenge Cup
Sixth Round
LEIGH.................22 SALFORD ............ 10
Leigh?T: Reynolds, Hansen, Mortimer,
Hutchison. G: Reynolds (3).
Salford?T: Evalds, Griffin. G: Shorrocks.
Att: 4,024
HUDDERSFIELD ..24 WAKEFIELD ......... 14
Huddersfield?T: O?Brien, English, Ta?ai
(2). G: Brough (4). Wakefield?T:
Caton-Brown, Hampshire. G: Finn (3).
WIDNES .............20 LEEDS................. 23
Widnes?T: Whitley (2), Gerrard,
Runciman. G: Gilmore (2). Leeds?T:
Briscoe, Myler, Golding, Ward. G: Watkins
(3). DG: Myler.
RUGBY UNION
European Challenge Cup
Final
CARDIFF BLUES..31 GLOUCESTER ...... 30
Cardiff Blues?T: T. Williams, G. Smith,
Scully. C: J. Evans (2). P: J. Evans (3),
Anscombe. Gloucester?T: Trinder,
Atkinson, Hanson. C: Twelvetrees (3). P:
Twelvetrees (3).
TENNIS
MUTUA MADRID OPEN?Men?s
Quarter-finals: (5) D Thiem (Aut) bt
(1) R Nadal (Spa) 7-5 6-3, (6) K
Anderson (Rsa) bt D Lajovic (Ser) 7-6
(7-3) 3-6 6-3, D Shapovalov (Can) bt
K Edmund (Gbr) 7-5 6-7 (6-8) 6-4,
(2) A Zverev (Ger) bt (7) J Isner (USA)
6-4 7-5. Women?s Semi-finals: (10)
P Kvitova (Cze) bt (6) K Pliskova (Cze)
7-6 (7-4) 6-3, K Bertens (Ned) bt (7)
C Garcia (Fra) 6-2 6-2.
GREYHOUNDS
ROMFORD: 6.27 Heavenly Carolyn 6-1
(2-6 �.44). 6.47 Troy Bella 4-5f (5-6
�26). 7.03 All Slick Now 11-10f (1-5
�90). 7.18 Fernisky Pixie 5-1 (2-1
�.11) NR T3. 7.34 Sneezys Flo 7-2
(2-6 �.52). 7.51 Seaglass Caesar
3-1jt (1-3 �.01). 8.06 Finish The
Story 6-1 (6-4 �.26). 8.23
Maysthistlecrack 4-6f (6-5 �45) NR
T3 res ran. 8.38 Swift Dartmoor 7-2
(2-4 �.25). 8.54 Roswell Romanov
Evensf (3-6 �84). 9.11 Chopchop
Steve 5-2f (5-6 �.80). 9.26 Courts
Ad Peter 5-1 (2-4 �.44). 9.44 Slick
Sphinx 7-4f (4-1 �88).
TODAY?S DIARY
ATHLETICS
IAAF Diamond League (Shanghai,
China).
MOTOR CYCLING
World Superbike Championship rd
5 (Imola, Italy. All weekend).
MOTOR RACING
FIA World Touring Car Cup (Nurburg,
Germany. All weekend).
FIA Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix
(Barcelona, Spain. All weekend).
RUGBY LEAGUE
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Sixth
Round (3pm): Castleford v St Helens
(2.30), Catalans Dragons v
Whitehaven (2.30).
Betfred Championship (3pm):
Rochdale v Batley.
RUGBY UNION
European Champions Cup Final
(4.45): Leinster v Racing 92.
British & Irish Cup Final (2pm):
Ealing Trailfinders v Leinster A.
TOMORROW
RUGBY LEAGUE
The
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