:fii`\ J\Xe `jflk fek_\ Jki\\k ('G :?<8G<IK?8E K?<JLE WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2018 PROUD TO SUPPORT OUR FORCES JUST 40p ;8NEE<<JFD B`Zbjf]]XkIfpXcYXj_P18 Homeless agony: P11 A CITY UNITED Manchester remembers: P4-5 ® by JACK ANDREWS A HEATWAVE from Spain will spark a 29C bank holiday sizzler this weekend, say weather experts. Thousands will head for the beaches and other holiday hotspots to enjoy the glorious sunshine. Motorists have been warned that getaway gridlock is the only Turn to Page 7 SWATS UP MEGHAN? She gets the giggles: P7 29C Spanish plume set to blast Britain 13-hour trafﬁc misery for bank holiday drivers DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 ON THIS DAY... QUOTE OF THE DAY DON’T MISS OUT ON YOUR NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT RECYCLING Tribute for Lee, 5yrs on “My admiration for your strength, decency and community in the face of this unparalleled tragedy.” Prince William at Manchester Arena bombing anniversary. ...in 1883 America’s one-armed Snorkeys beat the one-legged Hoppers 33-17 in a baseball game at the Recreation Park in Philadelphia. IF YOU are having difﬁculty getting hold of a copy of your Daily Star, then we want to know. Get in touch with the team on 0208 612 7644 or email us on news@ dailystar.co.uk Recycled paper made up 76.2% of the raw material for uk newspapers in 2009 GOT A STORY? Phone the Daily Star news desk. TEL: 020 8612 7373 Or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org For the website: 020 8612 7485 ALL OTHER INQUIRIES CALL: 020 8612 7000 OR IF ABROAD CALL: 004420 8612 7373 MILITARY veterans converge on ® Woolwich to pay tribute on the ﬁfth anniversary of Lee Rigby’s murder. 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The mother was remanded in custody at Birmingham Crown Court for sentencing today. Mandarin pay perks HOME Ofﬁce bosses have given themselves £19million in bonuses over three years. The government department has been blasted over the Windrush scandal. But latest accounts show bonuses included £17,500 paid to just one civil servant. A Home Ofﬁce spokesman said it followed Cabinet Ofﬁce rules regarding senior civil service pay. M&S TO SHUT 100 SHOPS IN HIGHThousands ST ofBLITZ jobs at risk MARKS & Spencer is to close more than 100 stores by 2022 putting thousands of jobs in danger. ® by ANTONY THROWER Falkirk are also among those earmarked for closure. It is part of chairman Archie NorThe High Street giant will shut man and chief exec Steve Rowe’s ﬁveclothing and home stores, which year plan to halt falling proﬁts. have under-performed for years. The retailer is set to unveil its anM&S bosses yesterday named the nual ﬁgures today – tipped to show latest 14 stores facing the axe, pre-tax proﬁt across the group fell including in London’s Bayswater and 6% to £573million. Holloway Road. Darlington, Stockton, Retail and property director Sacha PLAN: Mr Norman Kettering, East Kilbride and Berendji said: “We are making good progress with our plans to reshape our store estate to be more relevant to our customers and support our online growth plans. “Closing stores isn’t easy but it is vital for the future TESCO put 500 jobs at group will also close its of M&S. Where we have risk with plans to axe its warehouse at Fenny Lock closed stores, we are seeing Tesco Direct website in Milton Keynes. an encouraging number of within months. Charles Wilson, Tesco chief customers moving to nearA review of the business for UK & Ireland, said: “This by stores.” concluded there was “no is an essential step towards Dr Felicity Hardley, of route to proﬁtability” for establishing a more Westminster Business the site dedicated to sustainable non-food offer.” School, said: “We should exnon-food items. Joanne McGuinness, from pect more big-name retailTesco Direct will cease the union Usdaw, called it ers to highlight their woes trading on July 9 when the “devastating news” for staff. this year.” TESCO’S WEB WOE email@example.com ** DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Felicity Kay: I’m laughing all way to the bank MOST STYLISH: Holden Amanda fashions triumph AMANDA Holden has been voted the most stylish celebrity over 40. The 47-year-old Britain’s Got Talent judge beat actresses Helen Mirren and Joanna Lumley, both 72. Fourth spot was taken by Good Morning presenter Susanna Reid, 47, with Davina McCall, 50, in ﬁfth. Three quarters of the women polled by womenswear ﬁrm Hope said it was harder to ﬁnd decent outﬁts after they hit 40. Nayna McIntosh, from the brand, said: “Amanda’s fashionforward and form-ﬁtting outﬁts have clearly made a lasting impression.” ÊCOMEDY ® VALUE: Kay has £30m for new shows JK8IJ OUR lovely Felicity is a DIY girl who adores decorating. N`k_ILJJ<CC >I8EK G** The gorgeous brunette, 25, says she has just ﬁnished doing up her apartment. Now the Bucks lass is simply bursting with enthusiasm to display her super-smooth surfaces. Very tasteful they are, too. HE’S GOT £30m ‘FUNNY MONEY’ PETER Kay has a bulg- ® by JERRY LAWTON ing treasure chest of on Bank Holiday Monday nearly £30million to Share would be the last they would see fund new telly shows. of him for a while. The funnyman has not toured since 2012 and his only TV appearances in the past three years have been in two series of Car Share. PEAKY ROLE: Jones PEAKY Blinders may recruit Hollywood hardman Vinnie Jones for the next series. Creator Steven Knight is writing series ﬁve of the gangster drama, due out next spring. He said: “I think Vinnie is a person – some people have just got it – where they have a presence about them with the screen, they tend to catch the eye. “It is astonishing, we do get a lot of people saying they want to be in it. Many of them will have to remain nameless at this stage.” Former footballer Vinnie said: “That would do me, I’d love that.” =XeZpY\`e^X G*^`ic6 Picture: JEANY SAVAGE Vinnie’s playing Blinder Want to be one of our fabulous Daily Star Page Three girls? Send your bikini picture to jeanysavage@ yahoo.co.uk But Peter’s company, Goodnight Vienna Productions, has £19.8m of assets in cash. And his other production ﬁrm, Hussein Traders Limited, boasts £8m in cash. Accounts for last year reveal he has vast resources to fund his “next project”, which he says he is already working on. A source close to the muchloved comedian said: “It’s a massive kitty to help kickstart a whole new era of Kay comedy.” Fans had been worried the ﬁnal episode of BBC One’s Car ENGLAND BOSS? IT’S SAM! EX-England boss Sam Allardyce is back in the hot seat managing a national team for Soccer Aid. He has plenty of free time after his sacking by Everton last week and said: “I am delighted to be back managing England again and supporting a great cause.” The June 10 clash at Old Trafford will feature England celebs against the Rest Of The World in aid of Unicef. Big Sam was forced out of the England job in 2016 after he was ﬁlmed giving advice on how to ﬂout FA rules. Fake news of Peter’s death even surfaced on social media sites after he cancelled a £40m, 109-gig sell-out UK tour due to “unforeseen family circumstances” in December. But Peter, 44, put paid to the rumours last month when he took to the stage at Blackpool Opera House and thanked fans attending a charity screening of his last two Car Share episodes. The new instalments were a huge hit and we told yesterday how he is already working on a secret new project with his co-star in the BBC comedy, Sian Gibson. Peter let slip his plans in an interview with Radio Times. firstname.lastname@example.org Grid girls back BACK: Allardyce THE Monaco Grand Prix is set to defy a Formula 1 ban on grid girls at Sunday’s race. F1’s US owner Liberty Media axed the use of female models after labelling the practice “at odds with modern-day societal norms”. But female and male representatives of Tag Heuer will take to the grid before Sunday’s race to post online pictures of drivers. 3 4 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 BBC STAR: I’M A CANCER LAB RAT TELLY presenter Rachael Bland has revealed she is suffering from “incurable” breast cancer. The BBC newsreader, 40, is pinning her hopes of survival on medical trials after the disease spread. Mum-of-one Rachael has blogged about her illness and told how she has become a “lab rat” in a last-ditch bid to beat it. She said she was with her two-year-old son Freddie when she was told the cancer had spread to her ® by ROBIN COTTLE lymph nodes. Rachael wrote on her blog You, Me And The Big C: “I watched my little Freddie innocently playing away with a tyre in the barn and my heart broke for him.” She said that since starting the trial she felt “a bit like a grenade with the pin out... just waiting for some odd sensations to appear”. She added: “Tick tock. We are waiting and hoping.” A ﬁeld day for robots MANCHESTER FARMERS could be replaced by robots across 15million acres of UK land. A French company is testing a machine that can raise crops without human help – putting at risk the 250,000 jobs on Brit farms. Taj Mahal ‘is yellow’ HEARTBREAK: Rachael INDIA’S white-marble Taj Mahal is turning yellow and green in the ﬁlthy air of Agra. The Supreme Court has slammed the government for not doing enough to preserve the monument in the world’s eighth most polluted city. REMEMBRANCE: From top, woman gets hug, youngster with heart balloon, Turn To Love supporter, couple as worker bees, and man wipes away tear ** 5 IS UNITED ONE YEAR ON FROM BLAST WILLS: LOVE NEVER ENDS Pictures: FORTITUDE; ZENPIX; MERCURY; GETTY ** DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 TRIBUTE: Prince William at cathedral service UNITY: Thousands ® honour bombing victims outside cathedral service. Left, crowd at Manchester Together gig ® by JERRY LAWTON MANCHESTER united in tears – and song – as thousands gathered to remember 22 people killed in the terror bombing a year ago. The Duke of Cambridge and Prime Minister Theresa May joined victims’ relatives, survivors and 999 responders at a remembrance service. It came on the ﬁrst anniversary of the atrocity at Manchester Arena during a concert by US singer Ariana Grande. Reading a Bible verse from Corinthians, Prince William told mourners in the city’s cathedral yesterday: “Love is patient, love is kind, love is not envious, or boastful, or arrogant, or rude. “It does not rejoice in wrongdoing but rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.’ He also left a message on a Tree of Hope which read: “To all those affected, you will never be forgotten. “And to the people of Manchester my admiration for your display of strength, decency and community in the face of this unparalleled tragedy. William.” Many of the 800 hurt in the Islamic State suicide blast and families of those killed – including children as young as eight – attended the service. It included a minute’s silence, which was marked across the country. Thousands sobbed outside the cathedral as SHOW OF STRENGTH: Members of The Manchester Survivors Choir hold candles, Ariana’s message on Twitter and the 22 people who died pictures of the victims were shown on a big screen. Applause then rang out as a balloon was released bearing the worker bee emblem which became a symbol of the city’s deﬁance and unity. The Dean of Manchester Rogers Govender said people of “different faiths and none” had united to remember “those whose lives were lost” and “changed forever” by the attack. He added: “Those lost and their loved ones will forever be in the hearts of the people of Manchester.” Choirs sang Amazing Grace and Somewhere Over The Rainbow, while two schoolchildren read a poem called For Lost Friends and Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Jewish faith leaders gave readings. Concert-goer Martin Hibbert, who was the closest person to the blast to survive, said: “They chose the wrong city when they wanted to divide it.” Pop star Ariana, 24, wrote on social media: “Thinking of you all today and every day.’’ Later, thousands packed the city’s Albert Square for the Manchester Together – With One Voice event. Messages were read out from some of the city’s famous faces. Mani from The Stone Roses said: “One voice Manchester. Sing it up.” Former The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr added: “I am proud to be a Mancunian.” Shaun Ryder, of the Happy Mondays, added to cheers: “I love you all big time massive.” Almost 3,000 choir singers and up to 15,000 members of the public marked the anniversary with music, song – and hope. The crowd sang Oasis anthem Don’t Look Back In Anger and Ariana’s much-loved hit One Last Time, and the event ﬁnished with a performance of The Beatles’ All You Need Is Love. At 10.31pm bells rang out to mark the moment the bomb went off. email@example.com 6 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Planet of the japes! Pictures: CATERS Says Let’s bank on sun fun ANOTHER bank holiday, another scorcher of a weekend for Brits to look forward to. We could all be basking in temperatures of up to 30C by Monday. It’s not before time. The cold spell we all had to put up with this winter seemed to stretch on for an eternity. But we’ve had a right royal rave-up last weekend in stunning weather. And now we can look forward to three days revelling in glorious sunshine. As always, there may be a few issues with the travel. Make sure you pack lots of water if you’re travelling on our roads. Motorways will probably resemble car parks as millions head on their getaways. Those issues aside, things are still looking up. And, whisper it, but bookies have even made it odds-on this will be the hottest year on record. Result! THIS baby gorilla just loves monkeying about. But little Yamila needed a lie down after he threw some shapes in his enclosure at the Madrid zoo. Cartoonist Scott is away CELEBRATING A BRITISH GREAT :iX[c\kf^iXm\1 Everybody loved Dale .'p\Xijf] DALE Winton’s send-off was so ﬁtting for a man so loved by his telly peers. Dozens of his celebrity mates turned out for one last fond farewell yesterday. Although the occasion was, of course, sad, the over-riding atmosphere appeared one of celebration. The incredible mix of mourners showed how loved he was. There were pals from across showbiz from football legend Graeme Souness to Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams. They all realised what his many adoring fans did. Dale had the power to connect with audiences. The Supermarket Sweep legend was a master of light entertainment. He will be much missed. Bum steer KELSIE Murphy passed her driving test only to be told the day after she’d failed because of an admin cock-up. It was poor Kelsie who was meant to be doing the U-turns! Henibh ercipsustrud min heniam vulluptat in eugiat, sequi elendigna THISutsummer marks eugue their green ﬁngers to create facipisit alisl alis augiatum 70th birthday of our a garden for The Royal te doluptathe tummodip et, quat, NHS. The National Health conum irilisit adiamconsed dolenim Manchester Children’s Service was founded on ad er am iriurem dolorpe raesto ex Hospital in an NHS special July 5,ulla 1948, and has essequisl faccum velitseen eros nim episode shown last night. its Etue extraordinary staff And Davina McCall is augiat. dip eum ver sum become heroes – helping hosting A&E Live from nonsectet volore deliquat. Brits day-in, day-out, with Leeds General Inﬁrmary Giat. Veliquamet utpat prat. world-class at 9pm on ITV for three Delit aci blametcare. alisim nostin To commemorate the nights from this evening. eummod duipit iriurer susto er alis There will also be anniversary of the “cradlea ceremony at to-grave” service there are Westminster Abbey in celebrations nationwide. The NHS Heroes London and individual awards, to mark the health services are being milestone, were aired on encouraged to hold open TV on Monday, hosted by days for the public and Paul O’Grady. 70th birthday awards Lorraine Kelly has also for staff and to help been celebrating on her communities organise show all week, including summer tea parties. revisiting hospital staff who Here JENNIFER saved her life six years ago. DUNKERLEY brings you Alan Titchmarsh and some healthy facts about the rest of the Love our very special service Your Garden team used ahead of the occasion. ANEURIN Bevan, Health THE NHS’s total budget ¬ ¬ Secretary of the time, launched for the 2018-19 ﬁnancial the NHS at Park Hospital – now year comes to £126.3billion. In England, the health Trafford General – in Manchester. THE NHS helped eradicate ¬ service treats more than ¬ 1.4m patients every 24 hours. diseases such as polio and THERE are now more diphtheria and pioneered the ¬ than 7,400 GP practices world’s ﬁrst liver, heart and in England. lung transplant in 1987. IT is the UK’s largest employer, IN 1948, the nation had 16,864 ¬ ¬ with more than 1.5million GPs. Today there are a staff from all over the world. massive 41,817. ÊÊHEROES AT WORK: ® Surgery on a patient TOTAL annual attendances BRITS now live an average ¬ ¬ at England’s A&E of 12 years longer than departments reached 23m in they did 70 years ago. IN 1960, the ﬁrst UK kidney 2016/17, up 23.5% in a decade. COMPARED with healthcare ¬ transplant took place at ¬ Edinburgh Royal Inﬁrmary. systems in Australia, Canada, AND in 2012, the ﬁrst France, Germany, Netherlands, ¬ person in the UK received New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, a hand transplant. Switzerland and USA, the NHS MORE than 250 different was crowned the most impressive ¬ careers are available overall by the Commonwealth within the health service. Fund in 2017. DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Pictures: PA c 29 & MED FOR IT! From Page 1 cloud on the horizon and trafﬁc jams may leave many gloomy. Forecasters have been tracking the high pressure that will determine our weather this weekend. It will suck up a plume of hot, dry and sunny weather direct from Spain. In fact, the Costas will be cooler than parts of Britain with the Costa del Sol hitting 23C, the French Riviera 26C and Italy’s Amalﬁ coast 27C. The Met Ofﬁce says the south could see the mercury rise to a 30C on Meltdown Monday making the UK one of the hottest spots in Europe. Forecaster Nicky Maxey predicted 29C for London and the south east with Bristol and Southampton not far behind. Manchester and Liverpool will sizzle with highs of up to 27C. Forecasters say the humidity and dry weather will bring a risk of storms in southern regions. Coral have slashed odds to 6-4 for a searing 30C or more to be recorded in the UK – double the 15C average for May. But it is expected to take drivers up to 13 hours to get to Edinburgh from London, says data from Virgin Atlantic and INRIX. Driving times from London could even double – with eight hours to the Lake District, seven to Blackpool and Brighton. Graham Cookson, Chief Economist at analytics company INRIX, said: “A large increase in the volume of vehicles on the road could mean that even simple journeys are likely to incur signiﬁcant delays.” The Star Says: Page 6 ÊGARDEN VISITOR: ® Harry fends off the bee as Meghan bursts into laughter MEGHAN & HARRY REALLY BUZZIN’ Bee steals the show PRINCE Harry and Meghan found their ﬁrst appearance as a married couple interrupted by a bee. The newlyweds joined more than 6,000 people at Buckingham Palace gardens yesterday. The party was part of Prince Charles’ 70th birthday celebrations and Harry, 33, told guests he wanted to be just like his dad. But he had to pause when he was attacked by the buzzing insect. He joked: “That bee really got me,” while his new wife ® by ROBIN COTTLE and the Duchess of Cornwall giggled. Guests included charity workers and members of the emergency services supported by Charles. Harry said: “It is your selfless drive to affect change, whether that is to improve the lives of those on the wrong path, to save our national heritage, or to protect a species under threat, which William and I draw inspiration from every day.” Meghan, 36, wore a dress by Brit brand Goat, causing its website to crash. 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Call us Free now to start your claim: 08000 461 824 822 08000 461 www.gladstonebrookes.co.uk Mon-Thurs 8.30am-7pm, Fri till 5pm, Sat 9am-3pm PAYMEN T P ROT ECT ION I NSURANCE CO M P EN S AT I O N S P E C I A LI S T S * Subject to fees and taxes 7 8 DALE’S DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Teen Iraq hero ‘killed himself’ ONE of the youngest soldiers sent to Iraq killed himself after struggling with the harrowing effects of the war. Kevin Williams, 29, was deployed on the day he turned 18 and the ﬁghting left him with post-traumatic stress disorder after he lost a friend. His sister Jennifer said the tragedy “would not be classed as a surprise”, an inquest heard He was found hanging in the stairwell of the block of ﬂats where he lived and left a note in his bedroom. Essex Coroner Caroline BeasleyMurray said: “I have come to the very, very sad conclusion Kevin intended to take his own life. I am sure beyond reason- able doubt that he took a telling action knowing it would result in his death.” Kevin was diagnosed with PTSD in January, having struggled to get used to being back in civilian life. But he failed to attend therapy sessions. He was found in March in Basildon, Essex, and police were called to the scene. The soldier was part of Operation Telic 9, which saw some of the toughest ﬁghting and involved 46,000 personnel at its peak. Kevin had signed up when he was 16 after being inspired by watching soldiers on TV, but was discharged from the Army after failing a drugs test when he was 22. IN ACTION: Kevin Clockwise from top left: Gaby Roslin, Blue’s Lee Ryan, Duncan James and Simon Webbe, Christopher Biggins and Claire Sweeney ® MOURNING: Tributes & tears for ‘Mr Showbiz’ CELEBRITIES paid tribute to “Mr Showbiz” Dale Winton at his funeral yesterday. Pals of the much-loved TV presenter, who would have been celebrating his 63rd birthday, gathered for the star-studded service. Mourners included Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams, his former Little Britain co-star Matt Lucas, and football legend Graeme Souness. A white cofﬁn covered in white roses was carried into the non-religious humanist ceremony in central London. Lee Ryan, Simon Webbe and Duncan James from boyband Blue performed their hit One Love, while Claire Sweeney sang Goin’ Back by Dusty Springﬁeld and Alﬁe by Cilla Black. Former EastEnders actress Martine McCutcheon gave a reading, along with comic Walliams. Impressionist Jon Culshaw gave a tribute, with his impersonation of the host being described “as though Dale was present at his own funeral”. The Supermarket Sweep star’s ® by JAMES CAVEN godsons Josh, Ben and Louis Linsey also spoke about Dale, who died last month, and brought mourners to tears. TV presenter Anthea Turner said afterwards: “It was the most beautiful hour and a half.” Panto favourite Christopher Biggins said Dale “would have loved” the turnout, because “showbusiness was his life”. He added: “He’d have been so touched and thrilled and honoured that so many people in the business turned up.” Loose Women panellist Gloria Hunniford said she would always remember her friend for “that tan, of course”, and his “humour, because he was always very bright”. Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan said the service was “incredibly moving”, and Dale “would have loved it”. DJ Tony Blackburn added: “He was a lovely guy, and I knew him very well. It’s very sad, he should still be here.” The Star Says: Page 6 email@example.com ONE LOVE DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 9 ®Ê ‘INCREDIBLY MOVING’: Piers Morgan, Matt Lucas, Martine McCutcheon and Gloria Hunniford Pictures: TIM MERRY TRIBUTE: Dale’s order of service TRIBUTES: Anthea Turner. Left, David ® Walliams, above, Matthew Wright, and top, Graeme Souness 10 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 GIRLS SNUB FIREMEN’S HOT OFFER Not one turns up at job event ‘Jail acid attacker for life’ AN acid attacker should be jailed for life, the victim’s dad has claimed. Mark van Dongen was left so badly injured by Berlinah Wallace that he went to a euthanasia clinic in Belgium to end his life. His father Kees told Bristol Crown Court: “I hope that justice will prevail and she will be locked up for the rest of her life because she is a danger to society. “I feel like a broken man – I am completely drained.” The Dutch national was paralysed from the neck, almost blinded and had a leg amputated. Wallace, 49, was convicted of throwing a corrosive acid with intent but cleared of murder. She will be sentenced today. AN equal opportunities event fell ﬂat for a ﬁre station when not one woman turned up. A MUM who suffered 18 miscarriages has ﬁnally given her elder son a baby brother after a decade of trying. Debra Cowgill, 33, had two miscarriages while trying for Corey, now 10, with husband Darren, 40, and another 16 followed after his birth. Now the couple, of Earby, Lancs, have welcomed “miracle baby” Taylor-Ray. Proud Debra said: “I never gave up hope.” Picture: SWNS Mum joy on ‘miracle’ tot FIREFIGHTERS saved the lives of these pigeons which had passed out after Coo, blaze ® inhaling smoke from a blaze. the rescuers were sure no humans birds get ® After were in danger, the birds were given oxygen and water following the arson attack at rescued an abandoned bus depot in Colchester, Essex. ® by JACK ANDREWS years, fewer than 10 female candidates have applied for ﬁreﬁghter roles but Just 1% of the Jersey brigade’s either have not passed written tests/ operational workforce is female. ﬁtness tests or have withdrawn. So, in an effort to address the gender “The standard of ﬁtness test is designed imbalance, bosses organised a “have-a-go by Bath University and is considered fair event” – but the attendance was zero. and reasonable for all. A high number of The revelation was made in response women do not apply for the roles.” to a Freedom of Information The response continues: “A request submitted by a speciﬁc ‘have a go’ evening student writing a dissertation was held for women, however about female ﬁre service staff the attendance rate was nil.” in the UK. It adds that recruitment There are no women campaigns and literature among the middle or used by the organisation senior management and do not specify gender. fewer than 10 females have The brigade says it applied to become ﬁreﬁghters encourages applications in the past four years. from both men and women. Responding to the questions, But it admits that fewer the service said it follows the than ﬁve women have ever States of Jersey Equality been promoted to supervisory and Diversity policy. level. firstname.lastname@example.org It adds: “In the past four EMBLEM: Brigade badge DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Danger stoves banned CURBS on trendy wood burners could save thousands of “chocolate box” thatched cottages from going up in smoke. Fire chiefs say the stoves’ intense heat is too ﬁerce for the historic homes’ chimney systems and it torches the straw roofs. There are now fewer than 400,000 of the pretty properties left in the UK. One ﬁreﬁghter in Berkshire said: “Wood burners and straw roofs were never a good idea. “These old cottages were built for simple log ﬁres.” The Government this week announced a crackdown on air pollution that will ban some stoves. TOTAL BOLLARDS ANTI-terror bollards may be put outside Madame Tussauds in London to deter a Westminster-style vehicle attack. IT’S GETTING A BIT IN-TENTS FOR SEAN Corrie fave’s new plot misery CORRIE fans are set for yet more gloom as show favourite Sean Tully is attacked and ends up homeless. Picture: MCPIX TOO HOT: A burner 11 Soap bosses are risking another backlash over the latest shock storyline. Ex-Rovers Return barman Sean, played by Antony Cotton, ® by ED GLEAVE is famed for being one of the Street’s comedy characters. But viewers will see his life take a dark turn as he ends up sleeping rough. And, as our picture shows, Sean will resort to living in a tent. The shock plot will also see him get brutally attacked by two thugs in a public toilet. Earlier this month actor Antony, 42, told us: “It is a very unusual storyline, very serious and not what people would expect from Sean. “It will come good but it’s a very poignant and serious story. It’s not what I expected and I was taken aback when I heard what it was. But it is a subject that’s very close to my heart.” The storyline comes after criticism of a string of gloomy plots, including male rape, suicide and grooming. Outgoing boss Kate Oates has been under ﬁre from viewers for making TV’s top soap so miserable. But Antony defended the dark tone. He said: “Unfortunately that is modern life. “The Street explores exciting and challenging storylines as it has always done.” JACK’S SOAP BUBBLES ON THE ÊLIFE ® STREET: Homeless Sean takes refuge in tent CORRIE star Jack P. Shepherd supped posh bubbly during a boozy pub session. The actor, 30, whose character David Platt featured in the recent male rape storyline, was enjoying the sunshine with his co-star Colson Smith, 19, and other pals. They had a £250 bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal champagne at The Alchemist bar in Media City, Salford. email@example.com DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 AVRIL Lavigne’s new fella isn’t a Sk8er Boi! Fresh from splitting from music producer J.R. Rotem, the Canadian is now seeing billionaire Phillip Saroﬁm. The son of Texas billionaire Fayez Saroﬁm has been spotted on a number of dates with the blonde rocker whose career has been scuppered by illness. Avril is due to make a comeback this year, but she may not need the cash! Picture: WIREIMAGE 12 CAM’S DRY RUN MIGHT be time for Camila Cabello to invest in some water bottles. The star has been forced to cancel a show with Taylor Swift after suffering from dehydration. Camila, left, said: “After my performance at the Billboards I was feeling really sick and ended up in the hospital to get checked out. They ran a lot of tests and everything is ﬁne, but the diagnosis was basically dehydration and I also have a low-grade fever.” It’s only rock ’n roll but Mick it kesKEEP liTOURS Script go for Ar thur LAWSUIT: James WRITER: Danny JAMES Arthur is being sued by The Script for copyright infringement. The Irish group claim Arthur’s huge comeback hit Say You Won’t Let Go rips off the “essence” of their 2008 single The Man Who Can’t Be Moved. Their lawyer Richard Busch, who represented Marvin Gaye’s estate in its successful Blurred Lines lawsuit, has argued Arthur made £14million from the song. The Danny O’Donoghue-led band also say Arthur reached out to collaborate with them in 2014 before he wrote the song. Last year Arthur said that there was “no case” to answer when similarities were pointed out: “It’s 2017, there’s only seven notes in music.” WORLD HIM YOUNG Fred’s pride TOURING keeps The Rolling Stones going – just don’t mention their age. The veteran rockers kicked off their latest UK tour last night in London and they still like it. C@=<FEK?<IF8; r THE No Filte show couldn’t Ê happen without an Picture: REX CURRENT Queen vocalist Adam Lambert doesn’t think the late Freddie Mercury hid his sexuality. Ahead of more Queen shows this summer, the out-and-proud singer told Attitude magazine: “I don’t know how ‘in the closet’ Freddie actually was. “I mean it was like another time where it was just taboo to even discuss it in the media. “I think it might have been interpreted as him being tongue-in-cheek, but he sort of owned it from the get-go. “There were interviews where they were asking if he was gay and he said: ‘Yeah, gay as a daffodil.’ “And I don’t know if they thought he was being ﬂippant, but he never really said: ‘No, I’m not.’” LENNY KRAVITZ will tour with Curtis Harding in Manchester, Birmingham and London next month. Harding said: “Kravitz’s fearless freedom of expression continues to show us the possibilities of ourselves.” incredible team. THE band takes more than 130 crew members on the road with them and a further 100 Ê people are hired locally for gigs. MORE than 725,000 people will see the Stones over these 14 dates. LAST year’s tour made £90million. Ê Ê SIr Mick Jagger said: “I still really enjoy it, you know. As you get older, it doesn’t get any easier playing two hours plus or whatever. “But, I don’t think we’d do it if it wasn’t fun... we just keep going doing it. As ﬁrst-generation rock stars, the band have had to contend with ageism. Taking it in his stride Sir Mick said: “When you’re like 21, you do things much more quickly than when you’re like whatever age I am. But I still do things. I’m doing some writing right now. I still do it the same way as I did before. “I mean a lot of people my age don’t really write at all, or they take a lot of time, but I don’t really have that.” Two of Sir Mick’s sons – Lucas and Gabriel Jagger – are at university age and it’s made him reﬂect on his own education. Sir Mick, who dropped out of college, said: “I didn’t learn very much at LSE (London School of Economics), to be honest. I’ve just been going through it with my son going to university and everything, so reliving it. “How his process was compared to mine in choosing colleges, it’s a lot more informed than mine.” The band play 12 more shows in Europe and never tire of Satisfaction. Sir Mick added: “Obviously you don’t think about it in the same way as you did in 1965. “The hard thing is, if you’re doing songs you do a lot you got to remember to put emotion behind them. “My main job is to be the cheerleader for this band and get out there and entertain.” GOT A STORY? Call us on 020 8612 7453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ** DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 JAMES CABOOTER’S Rita is all Reet CARA Delevingne has defended Rita Ora following a backlash over her single Girls. Some critics accused Reets of perpetuating bi-sexual stereotypes. But model Cara said: “She did nothing wrong. She should be able to come forth and say: ‘This is the way I did this and I’m going with SAM MAYERS **/lmx The Rolling Stones, LONDON STADIUM ENOUGH with the ageist cliches, there remains no better sight than Sir Mick’s electriﬁed strutting, all limbs-a-ﬂailing and signature lips awhooping to Sympathy For The Devil. Mick played Mick to aplomb back home, slurring: “It’s great to be back in Londaaaan” in broadest Dartford. He was funny too, thanking warm up and Man City fan Liam Gallagher by quipping: “He wouldn’t set foot in Old Trafford so here we are in West Ham with him.” Meanwhile Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood’s sparring guitars remained distinctively edgy and traceable to their blues particularly on recent recording, Ride Em Down. It was too warm for fur coats and winkle pickers, but the lads did turn the clock back for robust renditions of early 60s hits Paint It Black and Under My Thumb. Emphasising the No Filter theme Keef, left, gave a rare airing of Before They Let Me Run, alongside all the A-list hits you could want. Fool To Cry, Jumpin’ Jack Flash and Tumbling Dice all clicked – some full on, some stripped to their bones. The Stones remain the greatest rock ’n roll band in the world, no contest. See Bebe turn it on Picture: GETTY Picture: PA CAUGHT LIVE BEBE Rexha made sure the American Idol ﬁnale sparkled. The cat-suited star joined judge Katy Perry to crown 20-year-old Maddie Poppe winner. Bebe’s new album Expectations, out June 22, sounds pretty deep. She revealed: “There’s happy moments, sad moments. “It’s like a realisation of life.” to keep on singing this song because it’s a great song.’ “It came from the right intention and that’s what’s most important. “I love Rita. I think she’s a wonderful artist and I always support her in what she does.” Good to know who your real friends are. 13 14 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Picture: ATHENA Royally abused A CHARITY shop in Wales was forced to take down its royal wedding display after complaints. The Oxfam Bookshop in Aberystwyth had bunting and pictures of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It was inundated with messages on Twitter, including being told the display “did not reﬂect the mood of Wales” and was “culturally insensitive”. Poet Gruffudd Antur tweeted: “The manager of your Aberystwyth shop seems intent on losing customers and donations.” Oxfam Cymru apologised if it had “caused upset”. Doc slur race rap A WOMAN refused to be treated for a stab wound because the doctor who attended was black. Zena Edwards, 18, also racially abused him. The teenager, from Llandudno, Conwy, pleaded guilty to a racially aggravated public order offence, assaulting police ofﬁcers and possessing cocaine. She was given a 12-month community punishment with 200 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £720 in ﬁnes and costs at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court. /lmx SET FOR DEALS ON WHEELS Net giant offers test drives INTERNET retailer Amazon is branching out into the car market. Customers will soon be able to order a vehicle test drive with the company’s Prime Now service. A COUPLE scooped a £1million lottery jackpot – thanks to their love of mushy peas. Will Richards bought the lucky ticket when he went out to buy a packet. Will, 32, from Swansea, later had tears in his eyes as he told wife Sophie: “We’re millionaires!” Peas left us minted with £1m 15 Trials are due to begin in four British cities next month, starting with London on June 9 and 10. Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh are next on the schedule. Shoppers will use their Prime Now smartphone app to order a 45-minute test drive of a Volvo V40 for later the same day. They will be directed to their local Volvo dealership if they then decide to buy the vehicle. If successful, the ® by ROBIN COTTLE pioneering scheme is likely to be implemented throughout Britain. Volvo Car UK managing director Jon Wakeﬁeld said: “We aim to make people’s lives easier. Our Prime Now Test Drive offer does just that, allowing potential customers to try our V40 on their terms. “We are proud to team up with Amazon to deliver this unique initiative, the ﬁrst of its kind in the UK and the latest in a range of offerings from Volvo designed to take the hassle out of running a car.” Amazon Prime was launched in 2005 and now has more than 100million subscribers worldwide. email@example.com 16 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 AFFRAY: Aarons ROM: IS YOUR A PREMIER League footballer walked free from court following a nightclub brawl. Newcastle United star Rolando Aarons, 22, and his mum were given suspended jail sentences at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting affray. He got a 10-month sentence suspended for a year and was ordered to do 100 hours’ unpaid work. His mum Joan Jacob was given 28 weeks suspended for 12 months and told to obey a 10pm to 7am curfew. Pictures: MERCURY PRESS Prem ace in brawl goes free LIVERPOOL fans who are dreaming of their team’s sixth European crown have decked out their houses for Saturday’s ﬁnal against Real Madrid. Football crazy supporters have turned their streets red with scarves, banners and life-sized cut-outs of their Anﬁeld heroes. One of the homes ready for the Champions League showdown belongs to grandmother Emily Farley. Her son David tweeted: “Looks like my Ma is getting a bit carried away as per #LFC #YNWA.” REDS FLAG UP HOME SUPPORT MONEY DIRTY? Tycoon faces quiz on £8bn fortune Pictures: VANTAGE / MEGA /lmx DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 ® by ANTONY THROWER BILLIONAIRE Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has been ordered to explain his vast wealth to get a visa. Insiders say the Russian, worth £8billion, has been caught up in a clampdown on money ﬂowing into Britain, sparked by the Salisbury poisoning. There is no suggestion that Abramovich has fallen foul of any rules. But the government is determined to drive any dirty money and launderers out of the UK. Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, said: “There is no excuse for the UK to turn a blind eye. The scale of damage that this ‘dirty money’ can do to UK foreign policy interests dwarfs the beneﬁt of Russian transactions in the City.” But Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov, said: “We are witnesses to an unprecedented Russophobia mania in Great Britain which is expressed in many forms, such as these.” Abramovich, who missed his club’s FA Cup win, is being treated as a “new applicant” for a visa, it is understood. He could also be barred from entering Jersey despite being granted residency rights. VISA ROW: Abramovich firstname.lastname@example.org DID ROO PACK EVERYTHING? WAYNE Rooney has plenty of baggage – and he took most of it on holiday to Barbados with wife Coleen and family. The Everton forward, 32, was soon on the beach with son Kit, two, and watched Kai, eight, show off his football skills. 17 GUEST: Mourinho Jose has staying power... MANCHESTER United boss Jose Mourinho won a title this season – longest-staying guest at his luxury hotel. He has been in an £800-a-night suite at the ﬁve-star Lowry hotel for two years. Fans have jokingly compared Jose, 55, to Alan Partridge. But the Lowry is far removed from the Linton Travel Tavern, where the BBC TV character famously lived. TripAdvisor reviews call it a “luxury retreat”. And Jose has labelled it “fantastic”. DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 ;XneE<<JFD Kn`kk\i17;XneE\\jfd ®Ê LOVE the fact the Tories tried to (chicken) drumstick up support by giving away Nando’s loyalty cards. Though there’s no truth in Labour doing the same with Beigel Bake. ®Ê Bravery won in the end and turned into a political football. Poor v Rich. Left v Right. Corbyn v May. Black v White. Just stop! Surely the point is to look after the survivors, ensure those still living in death trap tower blocks are safe. And for ALL of us to make sure this simply never, ever happens again. CAR Share’s Peter ®Ê Kay announces he has a secret new TV gig. Coronation Street serves up another week of serial-killer bloodshed. Too much to hope for? ®ÊÊ 8^i`djkfipn`k_ ]X`ipkXc\\e[`e^%%% ONCE upon a time there was a very pretty little girl who dreamt of becoming a star. She achieved this by pouting even more prettily, modelling pretty clothes and getting her very, very pretty hair all straightened out (why??) Then this pretty little girl’s dream came true and she married a handsome man who worked in telly (gotta love that coincidence). Our heroine did this barefoot on a beach in a gorgeous bikini, clutching a rum punch. And she managed to pout some more as she gazed up, doe-eyed, at her square-jawed groom. The fairytale was complete. But, wait. A wicked witch must have been watching because our, by now extremely pretty young woman, decided she didn’t want her chiselled hero. So she organised some special fairy friends (or the USA postal service) to return her tear-soaked wedding and engagement rings. Besides our bashful, beautiful innocent was now a hot babe with a starring role in a prime-time TV show. Cue more pouting and some sexy bedroom romps that she must have found terribly difﬁcult to cope with, being, you know, so virginal and all. Plus our all-American girl had developed an innocent interest in a faraway little island called the United Kingdom. Hmm, kingdom… But wait. How could a simple girl like her possibly leave the faithful doggy companion she adored and a career she’d worked so hard to achieve because a plain, humble, red-haired man had caught her eye? IMPOSSIBLE to believe it’s a year since the horriﬁc Manchester bomb attack at the Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead. In some ways it only seems like ﬁve minutes ago, in others it feels like a lifetime. The kids who survived, and have bravely spoken out on the anniversary, are true heroes. Youngsters who make you a little bit more optimistic for the future. The instantly forgettable scumbag who did it hoped to bring hate and terror to one of our greatest cities. Massive fail, matey. Instead we have love, hope and strength. Even hell’s too good for some. Jurgen win this GOOD luck to Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool in the Champions League Final this weekend. Look, come on, churlish not to really. Just let’s all hope that it’s a damn sight more entertaining than last Saturday’s Cup Final. Which seemed to go on longer than a certain wedding but with less chance of anyone scoring. [Xne%e\\jfd7[X`cpjkXi%Zf%lb IT’S impossible not to be moved by the heartbreaking stories of the Grenfell survivors. Especially the poor dad who had to bury his stillborn baby son (poisoned in the womb by fumes from the ﬁre) when he should have been planning a christening. What is equally sad is how the GRIEF: Marcio and Andreia Gomes, whose son Logan died whole tragedy has been hijacked Picture: WIREIMAGE 18 SO the new Love Island hopefuls have been told to delete any X-rated pictures and videos from their social media accounts and iClouds. This is to prevent them being “compromised” by hackers. Um, isn’t the point of this stupidly addictive show to get people like last year’s winners Kem and Amber running around in their knickers and having lots of sex with as many people as possible while we all watch? GOLDEN TICKET: Harry & Meghan our new Duchess of Sussex, modestly kissed her handsome Prince Harry in front of the world’s media how we all wept tears of joy and cheered. Fairytales do come true if you believe hard enough and wish upon a star. Our Meg had achieved every little girl’s dream Simple – married a prince, been whisked off to a A man who had wooed her with simple (taxpayer-funded) castle and been told gifts of matching love beads. Oh and all she’d live happily ever after for the rest of expenses paid safaris and trips on private her pretty life. And then… jets. But our Meghan, for that is her very She opened her mouth and declared that pretty name (actually it’s not, her real she was proud to be a feminist and was name is Rachel) was a brave girl. And this going to be championing women’s empowwas love. Our heroine had ﬁnally found erment. And that, dear readers, is the real her prince. fairy story here. The End. So despite the very ugly sister and OK, slight disclaimer. I wish brother, the sad Ogre dad and Harry and Meghan well and VERY, enough dodgy relatives to keep really hope they manage to very last word Gnome King Jeremy Kyle in break the relationship curse on that royal business for decades, ﬁnally, that haunts both their horwedding. A shout out our Little Miss Sparkle ribly dysfunctional famito Morticia Addams achieved her dream and belies. I really don’t think that lookalike Victoria came a proper Princess. Sparkle is that calculating, Beckham: Just bloody No bikini or rum punch I’m sure she really does love smile you miserable this time (though that Ginge. And I’m now mum cow! doe-eyed look remained ﬁrmly Doria’s biggest fan, a genuineintact). Just specially-invited ly brave, digniﬁed, independent worthy guests and ethically sourced, woman. Loving the nose stud! well, pretty much everything really; inBut if you were writing a script to drag cluding the brilliantly bonkers preacher. the Royal Family kicking and screaming And didn’t our girl look pretty? And into the modern world wouldn’t you have weren’t the ﬂowers pretty? And what factored in a mixed race, divorced, achabout that demure, almost puritanical ingly PC older woman to marry Harry? dress. Incredibly pretty. (Although for All they need now is Prince George to be £200k I’d expect more than me nan’s net gay and Princess Charlotte to be transcurtains as a veil, but hey ho). And lo, as gender and we’ll have the full set. DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 UK’s coke ‘epidemic’ BRITAIN “is fast becoming the biggest consumer of cocaine in Europe”, the Security Minister said. Ben Wallace also claimed the amount of violence children see on television and online “is going to come back to haunt us”. He spoke out as MPs debated the Government’s Serious Violence Strategy. Trafﬁc light is so green SMART trafﬁc lights which could ease trafﬁc gridlock are to be tested. The signals advise motorists what speed they should drive at so they arrive at the next set of lights as they turn green. The system, which could also reduce pollution by ending stop-go driving, is being tested in York. Girls’ fright on the tiles FIVE girls were rescued after they broke into a derelict dockside building and got trapped on the roof. One fell through to a ﬂat surface below but suffered only minor injuries. Their ordeal began in Gloucester docks when the girls, all aged about 13, became stranded. Fireﬁghters were called to help them down. /lmx ®ÊÊ WARNING: Hackers will focus on stars such as Dani Dyer. Right, her dad Danny LOVE ISLAND DANI DYER’S SEX FILES ® by ED GLEAVE LOVE Island’s new stars are being told to wipe any X-rated pictures or videos they have of themselves to stop them being leaked online. A host of hot singletons, including Danny Dyer’s daughter Dani, 22, will enter the TV villa next month. The show is a massive hit, meaning the cast will become famous overnight. And online security specialists predict they will quickly be targeted by hackers. Experts at McAfee last night urged contestants to delete any raunchy images or videos from their phones and iCloud inter- Hackers targeting stars net storage accounts. They claim the stars will be at “severe” risk from criminals out to make money from stolen footage and images on porn sites. Allen Scott, from McAfee, said: “Those set to enter the house should clean up and clear out their phones and make sure they’ve got the right security in place to help stop personal information from getting into the wrong hands.” And viewers are taking risks if they look for snaps or clips of Love Island stars online. Last year interest in nude photos and sex tapes featuring women from the show went through the roof. But carrying out online searches for contestants can often expose curious fans to “malicious” software, the experts warned. Mr Scott added: “Love Island fans need to understand the cyber-security risks of clicking on links that promise the latest gossip on reality stars. “We urge people to avoid sites offering discount codes that seem too good to be true, their favourite contestants’ latest fashion or beauty products at highly discounted prices and intimate images or videos that have been leaked.” email@example.com 19 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 K<OKD8E@8:J /,,), REAL PROFESSIONAL: Coleen :FCËJFE ?FCJP<K 8>8@E pic of Coleen Roo doing what she does best – professional ° holidaymaking. TonyB Coleen for Mum of the Year ° and Wayne for Dad of the Ears. Ed Chat really like peter kay but his ° car share is s***, not funny at all. minnie mouse simon cowell. What is ° happening to his face. He’s looking like desperate dan from the Dandy. big ben.donny It’s time Corrie St had a double DD after it’s name. Dram° atised Documentry. LEO F It’s supposed to be the ﬂower show, all we see is designer ° gardens come show us our beauti- K<OKD8E@8:J ® Could you please print a picture of Amy Walsh from Emmerdale she is so sexy. big bopper newcastle ° so let’s get this right! If I being an ° ENGLISH MAN complained about the Welsh ﬂag being on sale in England Taleban to come and save us from the Nasty Party? Bromull So May and her Tory gov have ﬁnally come up with a solution to wouldn’t that make me a RACIST! the homeless, simply jail or ﬁne them Nastycol Would like to ask Gwyn Williams if contrary to the 1824 vagrancy act, what Wales and England are 2 distinct a totally inhumane touch from this and different countries what the hell abhorrent Tory gov, who take no blame are Cardiff, Swansea and Newport for their draconian austerity, which lies doing in the English football league? at the very root of the problem. To ﬁne Hypocrites. William Barnes people who are already destitute shows Why would Asda ban sale of Eng- this gov is so out of touch with reality lish ﬂags in Wales? In Scotland and has no empathy for human life, unthey will be again selling kits of Eng- less it is wealthy. Red fred den perth: so you presume to know land’s opponents at the World Cup. Do what meghan does in her daily life? these complainers have nothing better How do you know she doesn’t attend to do. judy b Alex Salmond (the man with no church? Just another idiot who has to plan who ran) is going to help have a go at her because you’ve nothing Nicola Sturgeon with her new attempt better to do. Hull hazel Loved the way everybody giggled to break up the U.K. It’s laughable, we loudly at the Royal Wedding when already pay more for alcohol than any country in the U.K. and she’s still not Harry and Meghan vowed to be faithful happy. Merkel must be paid, expect to each other! What a cool down to earth income tax increases if she gets her wedding for them. OZZY, LONDON I hope Harry & Meghan aren’t way. She plans to dump the Queen and coffee haters, George Clooney’s give Scotland a new currency, she doesn’t know what it’ll be called yet. wedding present to them was NESPRESSO. Anthony Forget it nats or all snp supporters Sutton-in-Ashﬁeld will pay for this waste of Crowds outside Bucktime vote. Not the people ingham palace went of Scotland. John Hughes crazy when it was announcGlasgow if sturgeon gets her ed that Harry and Meghan the post 2nd independence had taken breakfast Thanks to und a vote it shud b on premise together. “This is a true ofﬁce I fo leaving of if she loses the whole love affair,” cooed one simple way my loved of the SNP, including elderly lady. Captain money to I die. I ones when of its her, relinquish their Sensible one ed bb ro Just woke up, so dystopian powerhold The real branches. lves what’s all this about over Scotland. I’m voting d wo Lt some wedding then? Sleepin Nessie, the magniﬁcent ing Beauty Falkirk Kelpies and a herd as long as everyone is going of clever Highland Cattle who on about the pout on have a realism which the SNP hav beckham the more she will do it. The lacked for years. Lily the pink Sturgeon here we go again inde- more people say owt the more she will pendence YAWN YAWN. Rab FIFE do it. OAP Isn’t it time that the arrogant Have just returned from attending pompous puffed up John Bercow the Royal Wedding. I managed to resigned as speaker of the house of sneak in under Victoria Beckham’s ego. commons. The man is obviously not ﬁt LEO,LEEDS Posh was miserable at the royal to hold ofﬁce. TonyB So Ant McP gets 20 month ban and wedding cos she could not wear £86,000 ﬁne for his 1st offence, Dar- those stupid shades. T J P WOLVES how alone did megans mum look at ron Gibson gets 40 month ban and has wedding, I just wanted to give her a to pay £800 compensation for his 2nd offence? Where is the equality of justice hug. And how rude FA cup and no playin that? Just because he claims he was ers or managers sing national anthem bullied as a child. Must have had that on royal wedding day. stocky shell so what if Roman missed Chelsea celebrity lawyer? BULLETEER cup victory because his visa ran After 4 British unsuccessful illegal invasions on the Afghans, May is out. He should be banned from this gonna suck up to Trump and send hun- country for good with his dodgy dirty dreds more invaders ... er ... troopers. money – from humble soldier to one of Laughably we have 600 troops training the richest man on earth, it stinks. (for 17yrs) Afghans how to ﬁght? What Edwin LONG EATON dcfc tattoos: I have got one of the invisiright have British Govt. got to dictate ble man. tony worksop Afghan politics? 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It’s the most beautiful, terrifying place I’ve ever been.” He was speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, where he was left red-faced after turning up in shorts, thinking he’d be behind a desk. Figures released yesterday show UK watering holes have enjoyed a 4% rise in sales over the past year. /lmx CHEERS TO THE GREAT BRIT LOCAL We’re all back in the boozer DRINKERS are returning to pubs in soaring numbers as boozers ﬁnally turn the tide against years of decline. ADVENTURER Ben Fogle came close to death after two oxygen tanks exploded as he neared the I FORGOT SUMMIT: Ben in his shorts on Good Morning Britain 21 At the same time the number of pubs closing fell from one in 10 three years ago to one in 30 last year. The inﬂation-busting sales boost comes as the opening of so-called “premium” pubs showed a rise of 2.4% in the same period. 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Londoners make do with seven sessions between the sheets a month, the survey of more than 2,800 adults for gambling website CasinoBiggestBonus.com found. All those surveyed were in committed relationships, so the results do not include serial daters and bedhopping bachelors. The study into beliefs about luck also found the average lovemaking session Pictures: TRIANGLE NEWS Kelsie’s driven mad by gaffe A NEW mum thought she had passed her ® driving test – only to be informed a day later she had actually failed. Kelsie Murphy, 22, was still celebrating when she was told there had been an admin blunder. The examiner had forgotten about a major error and mistakenly told her she had passed. Kelsie, of Broadstairs, Kent, said: “I feel like the unluckiest person ever.” The Star Says: Page 6 ®Ê lasts for 19 minutes and 22% prefer to do it in the morning compared to 19% at night. And 15% say they are usually under the inﬂuence of alcohol when it happens. 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SHOTS: Thompson ÊMUG and Grant were arrested in Los Angeles in June 1995 rie Estella Ma n o s p m o Th m a T at wh her Ver Four red c The years with Divine admitte Liz wh out-of-w He sai er and si ly becau to somew “We we years at neither o living in quite bon He also r of their was an scandal. He exp an idiot. ‘I’ve g pro d esday, May 23, 2018 25 ?<CFIF=?<8IKJ9I<8BJ?@JEF$D8II@8><ILC< Drew Barrymore Caroline Stanbury Ê FIVE BABIES AND A WEDDING: Hugh was considered Britain’s most eligible bachelor – but was also happy to pay for the services of prostitutes and was arrested in 1995 for lewd conduct with Divine Brown and ﬁned £800 Tinglan Hong Jemima Khan k ` e e l l^_X[k ELIZABETH HURLEY HUGH is best known for his 13-year romance with actress and model Liz Hurley. The pair caught the ttention of the public hen Liz stepped out in r famous safety-pin rsace dress on the r Weddings premiere carpet in 1994. y split in 2000, ﬁve after he was caught Hollywood hooker e Brown. Hugh later ed he’d bonded with hen they were both work actors. id: “’We’re like brothister. I think it’s partse we went from zero where together. ent through terrible the beginning when of us had any work, n a tiny ﬂat. It was nding.” reﬂected on the cause split, admitting he “idiot” for the 1995 plained: “I was just . I didn’t try to say: got this psychological oblem.’ I just said: ‘I did it.’” cXjk HE’S the Four Weddings And A Funeral hunk who vowed publicly to never walk down the aisle. But now at the age at 57, king of the romcom Hugh Grant has done a U-turn and is reportedly set to tie the knot. His much younger bride is Anna Eberstein, a 35-year-old television producer and retail director from Sweden. The lucky lady already has three children with the ﬂoppyhaired British star – famous for his bumbling roles in movies such as TINGLAN HONG & ANNA EBERSTEIN IN 2011 Hugh had a ﬂeeting relationship with Chinese actress Tinglan, 31, that resulted in a baby daughter Tabitha. In September 2012 Hugh had his second child, John Mungo Grant, with Swedish telly producer Anna. But he subsequently reunited with Hong, with whom he had his third child, Felix Grant, in 2013. He then returned to Anna, having his fourth child (whose name remains unknown) in December 2015. In March 2018 close pal Liz Hurley revealed he had had another child with Anna – making a total of ﬁve kids after turning 50. Four Weddings, Notting Hill and Love Actually. And it’s a turn-up for the books for the eligible bachelor who had previously told how he’d never get married. “I have known a few good marriages, but very few,” he said in an interview on American telly in 2016. “And others look to me like they’re pretty miserable. “I don’t really think that’s a recipe for happiness. “But it’s not just commitment, permanence scares me. I don’t know DREW BARRYMORE AFTER appearing together in the 2007 ﬁlm Music And Lyrics, Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore were rumoured to be romantically involved. Neither conﬁrmed this. Drew did however describe him as a troubled soul. “He is like a complete cynic, selftortured and dark,” she explained at the time. “You’d go into his trailer and he’d be sitting there on the couch, chopping salad alone, like an angry Englishman.” JEMIMA KHAN HUGH and socialite Jemima dated for three years before she reportedly dumped him in why.”ÊBut wedding banns for the couple have been posted at Kensington and Chelsea Register Ofﬁce, near the couple’s £10million home in the capital. A source reveals: “This is a day none of Hugh’s friends ever thought would come. “He will soon be a pensioner and has ﬁnally become a family man.” Wife-to-be Anna comes after a string of high-proﬁle relationships for Hugh. Here JENNIFER DUNKERLEY looks back at his past lovers lost... 2007. Friends blamed the break up on his reluctance to commit. But he did claim his relationship with stylish Jemima made him become increasingly “fussy” about fashion. He said: “I used to be a man who played rugby and was relatively butch, and now I watch my girlfriend about to go out for the evening and I’ll say: ‘The brown shoes, I think.’” ESTELLA MARIE THOMPSON IN 1995 the actor was arrested after being found by police while the prostitute, also known as Divine Brown, was performing a sex act on him. CAROLINE STANBURY THE posh PR girl – and former squeeze of Prince Andrew – reportedly dated Hugh in secret when she was 24 and he was 40. The socialite daughter of venture capitalist Anthony Stanbury, who was MD of a major fashion group, she started out in personal styling before moving into PR. It was here she met Hugh and the pair tried desperately to hide their relationship but it didn’t work. Caroline later went on to date Ryan Giggs and appear on Bravo’s TV show Ladies Of London documentarydrama. 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The show’s creator and writer Tom Rob Smith said: “Telling this story was always going to depend upon gathering an extraordinary cast. “Richard Gere has starred in some of the most famous movies of all time. His roles are iconic and complex.” Executive producer Hilary Salmon said: “When we embarked on casting this show we didn’t dare dream of the quality and status of cast we now have in place.” Richard will star alongside Peaky Blinders actress Helen McCrory. She said: “Tom Rob Smith has written the most astonishing script – it’s completely original and full of surprises.” JK8@IN< >F8>8@E HERE’S a glimpse of the new episodes of the Netﬂix series based around the women’s pro-wrestling circuit – and the action is escalating. The sneak peek is a big hint there will be plenty of rivalries this time around… along with some dodgy 80s outﬁts. A Netﬂix spokesman said: “As Ruth and Debbie settle into the day-to-day of making a season of TV together, they SHIPWRECKED E4 is on the hunt for new contestants to live as rivals on two desert islands. Executive producer Neale Simpson said: “These incredible islands are waiting to welcome the next generation of Tigers and Sharks. “Shipwrecked has always been known for its richly diverse and remarkable characters. “We can’t wait to meet the new islanders bringing hedonism, heroism, heart and hilarity to our paradise island adventure.” GLOW confront lingering issues at the heart of their friendship. “Sam is still Sam, but now he has a teenage daughter living with him and 20 episodes to churn out.” ¬ÊFor more on the series, available to stream from June 29, head to netﬂix.com/glow @KËJ:FD<;P>FC; PICKS: Johnny Vegas A HOST of telly favourites will reveal their favourite comedy moments. 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(R) (W) 1.45 Going Back, Giving Back Aled Jones meets a footballer who turned his life around and enlists his help in assisting a Londoner. (R) 2.30 Ray Mears Goes Walkabout Ray heads into the Outback with kindred spirit Les Hiddins. (AD) (R) 3.30 Victorian Farm (AD) (R) (W) 4.30 Street Auction Neighbours surprise a woman who uses her own life experience to help others. (R) (W) 5.15 Antiques Road Trip The experts head for Staffordshire. (R) 6.00 Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the general knowledge quiz. (R) (W) 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys Michael Portillo learns about the technology that made the Humber Bridge possible. (AD) (R) (W) 6.00 Good Morning Britain A lively mix of news and current affairs, plus health and lifestyle features. (W) (S) 8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current affairs and fashion news, as well as showbiz stories and celebrity gossip. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests air their differences. (W) (S) 10.30 This Morning Phillip Schoﬁeld and Holly Willoughby present celebrity chat and lifestyle features, including a look at the newspaper headlines. 12.30 Loose Women Another helping of topical studio discussion from a female perspective, featuring an interview with Shirley Ballas. (W) (S) 1.30 ITV News, Weather 1.55 Regional News, Weather 2.00 Judge Rinder’s Crime Stories The barrister examines the case of Diana Bramall, who decided to ﬁlm her carer Donna after noticing money was going missing. (W) (S) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal David Dickinson and the team travel to Maidenhead, where Debbie Serpell examines an equestrian crop. (R) (W) 3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S) 4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz show, in which contestants drop tokens down a choice of four chutes. (W) (S) 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as contestants Mike, Chris, Jackie and Hannah work as a team. 6.00 Regional News, Weather 6.30 ITV News, Weather 6.00 Countdown Word game. (R) (S) 6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R) 7.10 3rd Rock From The Sun (R) 7.35 3rd Rock From The Sun (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond The Barones stay with Ray’s parents while their home is fumigated. (R) (S) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond Frank backs into Robert’s car. (R) (S) 9.00 Frasier Niles has too much to drink at a Halloween party. (AD) (R) 9.35 Frasier Jane Leeves stars. (R) 10.05 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) (S) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA Greg Scott, CEO of New York & Company, goes undercover. (R) (S) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Coast Vs Country A couple hoping to move from their family home in Berkshire to Devon. (AD) (R) (S) 1.05 Posh Pawn Entrepreneur James Constantinou meets a friend in Spain about a loan on a yacht. (R) (S) 2.10 Countdown Word game. (S) 3.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun An Essex couple search for a home in Gran Canaria. (R) (S) 4.00 The £100k Drop Quiz show. 5.00 Four In A Bed Julie and James host at the Schiehallion Hotel. (R) (S) 5.30 Buy It Now A nifty invention to improve trips to the beach. (S) 6.00 The Simpsons Lisa gets a job tutoring Cletus’ hillbilly children. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Darren, Mandy, Luke and Nancy make plans for a party. (R) 6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters. 9.15 The Wright Stuff Matthew Wright and his guests talk about the issues of the day. 11.15 Paddington Station 24/7 Behind the scenes at the London station, meeting the army of workers who keep it running. (R) (S) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S) 12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors The doctors treat the victim of a violent and savage assault. (AD) (R) 1.10 Access Showbiz news. 1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S) 1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S) 2.15 Celebrity 5 Go Motorhoming Don Warrington, Lesley Joseph, Nick Heyward, Cleo Rocos and Melvyn Hayes take a boat trip in New Quay and visit a vineyard and the village of Portmeirion. (R) (S) 3.15 FILM: My Mother’s Secret 2012 (PG) Adopted teacher Lauren Coulson tries to ﬁnd out more of her roots and soon uncovers her father in prison for killing her grandfather. Further impediments seem intent on preventing Lauren from ﬁnding the truth. Thriller, starring Nicole de Boer. 5.00 5 News At 5 Latest headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Leo and Chloe are mysteriously absent from David and Aaron’s engagement party. (AD) (R) 6.00 Home And Away Irene and Marilyn help to revive Maggie’s spirits after her chemotherapy. (AD) (R) (S) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S) WATCHDOG LIVE: Matt Allwright co-hosts the consumer show, 8pm . GD TV GUIDE RHS CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW 2018: Joe Swift examines how plants embrace modern living, 8pm 7.00 RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 Sophie Raworth and Joe Swift present coverage of the annual summer event, showcasing the best gardening collaborations from this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. (W) (S) Followed by BBC News. (W) (S) 7.00 Back To The Land With Kate Humble Kate Humble meets a couple in Herefordshire making sustainable fencing and gates. She also joins a designer who makes rugs and throws out of wool sheared from her own sheep. (AD) (W) (S) / 8.00 Watchdog Live 8.00 RHS Chelsea Flower Matt Allwright, Steph McGovern Show 2018 Monty Don and and Nikki Fox report on a bigJoe Swift look at how designers name store accused of breaking are pushing boundaries and an its promises to customers and Ed innovative approach to the use Balls asks if the time has come for of plants. Plus, journalist Jeremy football grounds to introduce safe Bowen offers a perspective on standing. Last in the series. (W) how gardens serve communities. 0 9.00 The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs Part one of two. Dr Chris van Tulleken sets out to understand why so many British children are taking prescription drugs, and looks at possible alternatives to their medication. (AD) (S) (' 10.00 BBC News At Ten Round-up of the latest national and international headlines. (S) GD GD GD (( GD () 12.20-6.00 BBC News Round-up of the latest national and international headlines, including weather forecast d`[e`^_k updates and sport results. (W) (S) COUNTDOWN: Barry McGuigan is the guest in Dictionary Corner, 2.10pm HUMMINGBIRD: Jason Statham stars in the crime thriller, 11pm 7.00 Emmerdale Ross is on a 7.00 Channel 4 News mission, Diane reaches the end of Including sport and weather. (S) her tether, while Jacob struggles with his feelings. (AD) (W) (S) 7.30 Coronation Street Imran and Yasmeen implore Zeedan not to give up just as the 7.55 The Political Slot (S) business is taking off. (AD) (W) 7.00 FIA World Rally Championship Highlights The Rally de Portugal. Action from the sixth round of the season, based in the northern city and municipality of Matosinhos. Followed by 5 News Update. (S) 8.00 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport A potential people trafﬁcker is ﬂagged up to the Border Force. (AD) (W) (S) 8.30 Coronation Street Eileen conﬁdes in Leanne about how she is being terrorised by a stalker. (AD) (W) 9.00 Love In The Countryside 9.00 A&E Live Davina McCall Dairy farmer Ed is still unsure returns live from Leeds General if he has found The One, so Inﬁrmary. The programme follows he travels to visit 29-year-old the stories of patients, doctors, Lisa and 25-year-old Rebecca. nurses and paramedics ﬁrst Meanwhile, 59-year-old pig farmer hand, dealing with everything Wendy found herself drawn to from everyday traumas to former banker Paul. (AD) (W) major accidents. (AD) (W) 10.00 Detectorists Lance is obsessed with ﬁnding the thief, which means he can ignore the melodrama going on at home. (R) 10.30 Regional News (W) (S) 10.30 Newsnight Analysis of the day’s events, presented by Emily Maitlis. (W) 10.45 A Question Of Sport: (S) Followed by Weather. (W) (S) Best Bits Highlights of the latest series of the light-hearted quiz, hosted by Sue Barker. (W) (S) 11.15 Ambulance A 12-hour day shift with West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics sees them deal with problems and frustrations they experience when dealing with mental health crises. (R) (W) (S) Followed by Weather For The Week Ahead. THE CHASE: Bradley Walsh asks the questions on the general knowledge quiz show, 5pm 11.15 Atlanta Earn spends all his money to get Paper Boi’s song played on the radio. (AD) (R) (W) 11.40 Atlanta Paper Boi worries about his online proﬁle. (AD) (R) 12.05 Sign Zone: Britain’s Biggest Warship HMS Queen Elizabeth goes on dangerous sea trials. (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S) 1.05 Sign Zone: The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes. Piers Taylor and Caroline Quentin explore four homes in Florida. (AD) (R) (SL) (S) 2.05-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S) 8.00 The Secret Life Of The 8.00 GPs: Behind Closed Zoo Keepers prepare for the Doors Focusing on the work difﬁcult task of transporting Giraffe of medical students training Kidepo to a new zoo, while after at Horﬁeld Health Centre, diving headﬁrst into an empty including Craig, whose ﬁrst pool, keepers decide a trip to the patient is looking to change vet is in order for caiman lizard her contraceptive pill. (AD) (S) Gary. Last in the series. (S) Followed by 5 News Update. (S) 9.00 24 Hours In A&E A 20-year-old woman is rushed in after being involved in a highspeed car crash and it becomes clear her hedonistic lifestyle has put her at risk while James, who is 78, is transferred from his local hospital with internal bleeding. (S) 9.00 Rich House, Poor House Well-off family the Walkers leave their ﬁve-bedroom house in Arun Valley, West Sussex behind to trade places with the Edneys, who live in a three-bedroom house in Fareham, Hampshire, and are in the country’s poorest ten per cent. 10.00 ITV News At Ten Round-up of the latest national and international headlines. (W) 10.00 Carry On Brussels 10.00 The Sex Business: New series. Unrivalled access to Working The Streets the European Parliament during In the ﬁnal episode, cameras Brexit negotiations. In the ﬁrst follow six women who sell their 10.30 Regional News (W) (S) episode, the animosity between bodies on the streets of Britain, British MEPs is at an all-time each of whom have suffered 10.45 The NHS Heroes Awards high and a debate leads to a a litany of sexual and mental Paul O’Grady hosts a ceremony dramatic walk-out. (AD) (W) abuse. Last in the series. (S) marking the 70th anniversary 11.05 Gogglebox Programmes 11.00 FILM: Hummingbird 2013 of the National Health Service, including The £100k Drop, The (15) A haunted special forces honouring front-line staff and Eurovision Song Contest, Britain’s soldier returns to London from giving insight into the vital work Got Talent, The Andrew Marr Afghanistan and assumes they do in Britain every day. Show, Million Pound Menu, Buy another man’s identity, hoping Among those leading the tributes It Now and Poltergeist receive to make a fresh start. He is Prince William, the Duchess a grilling from the sharp-eyed drawn into the city’s criminal of Cornwall, Sir Elton John, armchair critics. (R) (W) (S) underworld, where his skills prove Shirley Bassey, Simon Cowell, valuable to the highest bidder, Sir Tom Jones, Amanda Holden and plots revenge against the and Boy George. (R) (W) (S) 12.10 Friday Night Dinner (AD) (R) gangster who killed his girlfriend. (S) 12.35 High & Dry (R) 1.05 First Crime thriller, starring Jason Dates (R) (S) 2.00 How’d You Get 12.35 Jackpot247 Viewers are Statham and Agata Buzek. (S) offered the chance to participate in live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00 Grantchester (AD) (R) (W) (S) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S) So Rich? (R) 2.40 FILM: Powder Room 2013 (15) Comedy, starring Sheridan Smith. (SL) (S) 4.10 Gok’s Fill Your House For Free (R) (S) 5.05 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures (R) (S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN 1.00 SuperCasino (S) 3.10 GPs: Behind Closed Doors (R) (S) 4.00 Britain’s Greatest Bridges (R) 4.45 House Doctor 5.10 Great Artists (R) DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 TV GUIDE ,JK8I 6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping. 8.00 Make You Laugh Out Loud 8.25 Dance Moms The dance team challenges for the national title. (S) 9.10 According To Jim Comedy. 9.40 According To Jim Comedy. 10.05 8 Simple Rules Bridget and Donny decide it is best to split up. (S) 10.40 8 Simple Rules The children struggle to cope with Paul’s death. (S) 11.05 Britain’s Beneﬁts Blackspots Featuring a 34-year-old who has been in and out of trouble with the police since leaving school. 12.05 Police Interceptors The police helicopter joins the search for an armed robber. (S) 1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! Steve and Ben visit a tenant who owes £14,000 in unpaid rent. 2.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! The ofﬁcers try to recover £13,000 owed by a car dealer. (S) 3.00 Neighbours (AD) (S) 3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S) 4.00 Will & Grace A boy appears claiming Jack is his grandfather. 4.30 Will & Grace Karen meets her best frenemy, who has a secret to tell. 5.00 8 Simple Rules Part two of two. The Hennessys ﬁnd the ﬁnal article written by Paul before his death. (S) 5.30 8 Simple Rules Cate is unprepared for the children’s reactions on their ﬁrst day back at school. (S) 6.00 Neighbours Leo and Chloe are mysteriously absent from David and Aaron’s engagement party. (R) (S) 6.30 Home And Away Colby turns in his badge pending an investigation. 7.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! Paul Bohill and Steve Pinner are in Birmingham for an eviction. (S) 8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! Sheriffs try to recover almost £2,400 from a company director. (S) 9.00 Greatest Ever Movie Blunders Mistakes in movies. (S) 10.00 Star Cotton’s procrastination over her love life ends badly. (S) 11.00 FILM: The Vow 2012 (12) Drama, with Rachel McAdams. 1.10 Riverdale (S) 2.05 Get Your Tatts Out: Kavos Ink (S) 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping ,LJ8 6.00 Teleshopping Home buying. 9.00 Access Latest showbiz news. 9.05 Catch A Contractor Featuring a builder who abandoned the project halfway through. 9.25 Longmire Branch claims he was shot by a man who is already dead. 10.10 Law & Order A nurse is found severely beaten following an attack. 11.10 NCIS: New Orleans Pride travels to a deep-sea oil rig to investigate a murder. (S) 12.05 Longmire A group of teenagers goes missing in the wilderness. 1.05 NCIS McGee is sent to a women’s prison to interview a murder suspect, but ends up being captured and held hostage by the inmates. (S) 2.00 NCIS Ducky is attacked by a knife-wielding woman who accuses him of war crimes, alleging he tortured and killed her brother in Afghanistan in the early 1980s. (S) 3.00 Law & Order A narcotics detective plans a major drugs sting but makes the mistake of illegally using a teenager as bait. (S) 4.00 Law & Order Curtis and Briscoe investigate after a child in day care is injected with a fatal disease. 5.00 FILM: I Didn’t Kill My Sister 2015 (PG) Thriller, starring Nicholle Tom and Chris William Martin. (S) 7.00 NCIS Part one of two. The agents travel to LA to work with another NCIS team on an investigation. (S) 8.00 NCIS The team works alongside the FBI to catch the killer of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent who was murdered during a poker game. (S) 9.00 Rookie Blue A drug dealer’s arrest leads to an emergency when the substance he was selling proves to be laced with bacteria. (S) 10.00 Grimm Three coins are found in a dead thief’s stomach. (S) 11.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit The detectives look into the death of a would-be rapist. (S) 11.55 Law & Order: Los Angeles An oil-rig worker is found dead. (S) 12.55 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 1.50 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 2.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (S) 4.00 Teleshopping 29 MIKE WARD WHAT’S HOT TO WATCH TODAY approach the day when we and CARRY ON BRUSSELS DOCTOR WHO GAVE UP the EU go our separate ways, (10pm, Channel 4) isn’t one ± DRUGS (9pm, BBC1) he meets you’ll see they’ve all become of those corny old 60s comedies children given pills for ADHD CARRY ON BRUSSELS: Channel 4, 10pm D@B<N8I;ËJ K<CCPDFM@<J STAR RATINGS *****Don’t miss it ****Good ***Average **Time filler *Garbage! ° MY MOTHER’S SECRET (2012) ** Channel 5, 3.15pm Premiere. Thriller. Adopted as a kid, a teacher uncovers more than she bargained for when she investigates her roots. Her biological dad is serving time for the murder of her grandfather but insists he didn’t do it. Stars Nicole de Boer and Yannick Bisson. HUMMINGBIRD (2013) ** Channel 5, 11pm Crime thriller. Jason Statham stars as a special forces soldier on the run from a court martial. Returning to London from Afghanistan, he looks to cover his tracks by assuming another guy’s identity but is soon drawn into the city’s underworld. Also stars Agata Buzek. POWDER ROOM (2013) *** Channel 4, 2.40am Comedy drama. Looking to rebuild her life, a woman hooks up in Paris with a successful old college pal, then concocts all manner of stories to make her own life seem less of a letdown. When a bunch of lairy pals show up, however, her cover is soon blown. Stars Sheridan Smith, Kate Nash, Jaime Winstone and Oona Chaplin. ° but a new documentary series, peeping behind the scenes of the European Parliament in the run-up to Brexit. “Oh, God, borrr-ring,” you may be thinking. But actually it’s way more entertaining than you’d expect, following MEPs from across our political spectrum. It’s a ﬂy-on-the-wall thing, not just another platform for the same old arguments, which means we get to see these politicians in more of a human light, if you can imagine such a thing. And as we oddly addicted to the EuroParliamentary drama. Even Nigel Farage is heard to say: “In some ways I’m going to miss it when we leave. I’ve had a hell of a lot of fun doing this.” TV medic Dr Chris van Tulleken reckons we Brits are given way more medication than we need, particularly compared to previous generations. And having recently become a dad, he’s concerned about the amount prescribed to kids. In the ﬁrst of his new series, THE ®Ê (Attention Deﬁcit Hyperactivity Disorder) and encourages parents to consider an alternative – teaching the kids to meditate. He also questions the amount of liquid paracetamol mums and dads dish out. Elso tonight, in WATCHDOG LIVE (8pm, BBC1), Norwich City fan and dance legend Ed Balls looks at the case for safe standing at major grounds. ®Ê Mike’s exclusive online column is at www. dailystar.co.uk/columnists. 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Your trade partner: HMK V AG, Leubernstrasse 6, CH-8280 Kreuzlingen Please ﬁll in your details above and post in an envelope to: Windsor Mint, 11 Lowesmoor Wharf, Worcester, WR1 2RS Or, for faster delivery, order by phone: 01905 886220 • www.windsormint.co.uk 31 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY ... AND EVERY DAY K`d\lg ]fidp ^XpYif MY brother and his boyfriend don’t have a permanent home. They work in the leisure industry and stay with mates between seasons. I love them both dearly, but how do I tell them that I don’t want them staying here again? They’re great guys, but it’s too crowded when they’re around. Our nine-year old son is thrown out of his bedroom for the sofa and I have to get in loads of extra food, which costs a fortune. They generously bring me champagne when they arrive and leave wine and chocolates when they go, but don’t pay any kind of rent. They’re currently in Ibiza for the summer, but how do I make it clear (now) that come October they’ll have to ﬁnd somewhere else? JANE SAYS: Surely you’ve done your bit by now? Your brother is lucky that you’ve been so accommodating for so long. Track him down this week and give him plenty of notice. Make it clear you won’t be able to host them next time around because you have too much going on. Your son is now of an age where he needs his own space. This has to be done if you aren’t to fall out. They’re fully entitled to live any kind of life they fancy, but it’s not your job to keep facilitating them. What about other friends or family? Don’t allow yourself to be intimidated and don’t back down or your resentment will grow – and your bank balance will continue to suffer. CljkËjXccn\Ëm\ ^fk`eZfddfe N_`e`e^ dldËjX i\XcgX`e MY mother likes to think that she’s better than everyone else. She puts on airs and graces that have no basis in reality as she grew up in a prefab. I always include her in our plans, but just lately I’ve begun to notice just how ungrateful she actually is. Anything I attempt is greeted with a disapproving sneer. My Yorkshire puddings are never ﬂuffy enough, while my triﬂe isn’t a patch on her late mother’s. When I drive her home, she complains that my people carrier is too big and noisy. In restaurants she complains about everything from the food to the service and can always detect a draft. My husband is a very patient man, but I can see that she exasperates him. Should I say something to her? Is she losing it? =I8EK@: J<OEFK <EFL>? THERE’S only one thing that keeps me and my girlfriend together – and that’s sex. When we’re in bed together we’re electric. We’re crazy for each other. We rip each other apart and anything goes. But we can’t stand each other the rest of the time. I hate the way she eats (too noisy) and I can’t abide her driving, cooking or views. In return she says I’m mouthy, arrogant and stubborn. Bullied On the rare occasions we go out for the night we always end up rowing about something stupid. Recently she dragged me along to her father’s engagement party because her old man is getting married for the third time. I told her I wasn’t interested in attending as I ﬁnd him smug and his new partner boring. But I was bullied into attending all the same. True to form, the party was lame. The food was horrible and the drink expensive. I walked out after half an hour and she branded me rude. We proceeded to have the mother of all rows, yet 30 minutes later we were in bed like a couple of wildcats. We share a sexual chemistry and a rhythm that is out of this world. The minute we’re naked together it all makes sense. I know how to turn her on and she knows how to make me scream. We both agree that we’re made for each other in bed, but poles apart out of it – and that’s really frustrating because ours isn’t a complete relationship. I look at Picture posed by models 32 WRONG CHEMISTRY: They are great in bed, but the rest of the time cannot stand each other my mates who have a completely different time with their other halves. They laugh and chat. They go to movies. They plan lovely holidays and discuss the future. My oldest mate has just bought a place with his girlfriend and I’m really happy for them. Sadly, the thought of being bogged down by a massive mortgage with my girl scares the living daylights out of me. Why do we have to be so extreme? JANE SAYS: I understand that your sex life is great, but there has to be more to an adult relationship than the physical aspect. If you don’t like each other’s habits, views or choices, can you ever make each other truly happy? I don’t think you can. I get the impression that you fall into bed together out of habit – and often in anger. You’ve both become addicted to a form of aggressive, make-up sex that has no basis in love or respect. 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Down: Script, Widow, Used, Artifice (clue), Longshot, Bucket, Tuxedo, Motorway, Equation, Time, Bleep, Tandem. KNFN8PK<8J<I KNFj\kjf]Zcl\jYlkk_\ Xejn\ijXi\k_\jXd\%%% D O P N H O T D N R I L T R E A N S W E R S LEVEL: Moderate: 22 Mins YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION 0905 817 2648 Hear up to 6 Extra Letters. Deduct 2 minutes from today’s Target Time for each clue letter heard. H O R I D O D K A T F E C O V P<JK<I;8PËJ JFCLK@FE JL;FBL K R T O M A N R C I R F L S E I 10 Sore (6) 11 Gap (4) 12 Warn (8) 14 Brown-haired woman (8) 18 Pleasant, kind (4) 20 Haphazard (6) 22 Twine (6) 23 Idiot, oaf (4) 24 Lift (8) DOWN 1 Gambling house (6) 2 Scottish city (8) 3 Stress, underline (6) 4 Superior (6) 5 Satellite (4) 6 Cling (6) 13 Unusual (8) 15 Motive (6) 16 Fit of rage (6) 17 Religious festival (6) 19 Big gun (6) 21 Plaything (4) 1 2 3 4 7 10 11 20 23 6 8 9 14 5 12 15 16 21 13 17 18 19 22 24 8EJN<IJ@EKFDFIIFNËJG8G<I Glqqc\YffbjXi\XmX`cXYc\]ifd<ogi\jj9ffbj_fgn`k_]i\\LB[\c`m\ip#ZXcc'/.(+.(*+-.!:XccjZfjk(*gg\i d`elk\gcljpflik\c\g_fe\ZfdgXepËje\knfibXZZ\jjZ_Xi^\ Fifi[\ifec`e\Xknnn%\ogi\jjYffbj%Zf%lb DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 /sou 37 38 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 email us at firstname.lastname@example.org PAGES OF FANTASTIC AFTERNOON RESULTS AYR 2.00: 1, BOUNDARY LANE (P Mulrennan 12-1); 2, Columbia Kid (5-1); 3, Fairy Falcon (1-6 fav). 3/4l, shd. 6 ran. M Dods. Tote: £18.50; pl £2.80, £1.40. Ex: £40. Tf: £52.20. CSF: £67.26. NR: Snow Diamond, Sugar Coating. 2.35: 1, PEPYS (G Lee 5-1); 2, Coviglia (8-1); 3, Red Charmer (16-1). 9-2 jtfav Thornaby Nash, 9-2 jtfav Gone With The Wind. nk, 4l. 12 ran. B Smart. Tote: £4.70; pl £1.60, £3.80, £5.30. Ex: £59.70. Tc: £605.32. Tf: £791.70. CSF: £42.95. 3.05: 1, REBEL STATE (J Garritty 7-2 fav); 2, Colour Contrast (9-1); 3, Chiswick Bey (25-1). 11/4l, 11/4l. 11 ran. J O’Keeffe. Tote: £2.70; pl £2.90, £7.70, £1.20. Ex: £32.90. Tc: £699.16. Trifecta: £1988.50. CSF: £34.37. NR: Baron Run. 3.35: 1, MISCHIEF MANAGED (D Fentiman 8-1); 2, Royal Duchess (16-1); 3, Steal The Scene (10-1). 11-4 fav Dream Sleep. 1l, hd. 11 ran. T Easterby. Tote: £10.60; pl £3.60, £5.60, £3.50. Ex: £160.10. Tc: £1332.17. Tf: £1396.20. CSF: £127.76. NR: Beauden Barrett. 4.10: 1, HAJJAM (D Nolan 10-3); 2, Masham Star (13-8 fav); 3, Inner Circle (7-1). shd, 33/4l. 9 ran. D O’Meara. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.20, £1.10, £2.60. Ex: £11.40. Tricast: £32.79. Trifecta: £41.00. CSF: £8.39. NR: Jay Kay, Kirkham, Tiercel. 4.45: 1, PLOUGH BOY (B Curtis 4-1); 2, Red Pike (7-2 fav); 3, Golden Steps (6-1). 1/2l, nk. 7 ran. G Donnelly. Tote: £5; pl £2.90, £1.70. Ex: £19.60. Tc: £82.86. Tf: £98.60. CSF: £18.91. NR: Dalton. 5.15: 1, JOHN HONEYMAN (B Coen 7-2 fav); 2, Bollin Ted (10-1); 3, Natajack (25-1). 31/2l, 11/4l. 10 ran. A Keatley. Tote: £3.80; pl £1.80, £3.90, £9.30. Ex: £57.50. Tc: £750.74. Tf: £480.40. CSF: £38.74. NR: Ana Lichious, John Caesar. 5.45: 1, LUV U WHATEVER (Miss B Smith 9-2); 2, Perla Blanca (10-1); 3, Northern Sky (6-4 fav). 5l, 21/2l. 8 ran. Mrs M Fife. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.20, £2.90, £1.10. Ex: £45.20. Tc: £96.34. Tf: £246.50. CSF: £46.92. NR: Calliope, Cool Music. JACKPOT: Not won, pool of £7,360.60 carried over. QUADPOT: £26.40 P/POT: £1,581.90 CHEPSTOW 2.10: 1, SWINGING JEAN (C Bishop 16-1); 2, Welcoming (5-4 fav); 3, Summer Blossom (4-1). hd, ns. 11 ran. M Channon. Tote: £21.40; pl £4.90, £1.20, £1.70. Ex: £57.10. Tf: £623.70. CSF: £37.34. 2.45: 1, TALLY’S SON (C Noble 66-1); 2, Keeper’s Choice (7-1); 3, Bombshell Bay (15-8 fav). hd, 2l. 12 ran. G Harris. Tote: £73.40; pl £15.10, £2, £1.40. Ex: £551.10. Tc: £1363.39. Tf: £1744.40. CSF: £475.04. NR: Vixen. 3.15: 1, KACHUMBA (D O’Neill 6-1); 2, Madame Jo Jo (12-1); 3, Jazzy Girl (25-1). 5-1 fav Thunder North. nk, shd. 12 ran. R Guest. Tote: £6; pl £2.00, £3.30, £6.20. Ex: £72.60. Tc: £1257.16. Tf: £724.30. CSF: £65.59. NR: Lady Of Petra. Superego Rule 4 applies to all bets, deduct 10p in the pound. 3.45: 1, BUNGEE JUMP (C Noble 4-1); 2, Operative (9-2); 3, Dandyman Port (8-1). 5-2 fav Prestbury Park. 13/4l, 1l. 7 ran. G Harris. Tote: £3.90; pl £2.30, £1.50. Ex: £13.70. Tc: £69.33. Tf: £68.10. CSF: £15.72. NR: Global Tango Rule 4 applies to all bets, deduct 20p in the pound. 4.20: 1, DELIRIUM (C Shepherd 9-1); 2, Iconic Belle (9-4); 3, Midnight Mood (2-1 fav). 11/4l, 1/2l. 7 ran. E De Giles. Tote: £12.20; pl £4, £1.40. Ex: £34.50. Tc: £57.98. Tf: £105. CSF: £30.68. NR: Dora’s Field. 4.55: 1, ALMOGHARED (D O’Neill 10-11 fav); 2, Podemos (11-4); 3, Kings Inn (12-1). 1/2l, 10l. 14 ran. J Gosden. Tote: £2; pl £1.10, £1.30, £4. Ex: £4.80. Tf: £27.80. CSF: £3.57. NR: Admiral Kid, Samson’s Reach. 5.25: 1, VOLPONE JELOIS (M Nicholls 5-2); 2, Bid Adieu (9-4 fav); 3, Cape Banjo (7-1). 23/4l, 11/2l. 8 ran. P Nicholls. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.10, £1.10, £3.40. Ex: £9.00. Tc: £33.69. Trifecta: £53.20. CSF: £8.77. NR: Tyrolean. QUADPOT: £53.90 P/POT: £106.50 NOTTINGHAM 1.50: 1, COOL EXHIBIT (S De Sousa 12-1); 2, Semoum (20-1); 3, My Dear Friend (7-2). 7-4 fav Barend Boy. 3 2 /4l, 1l. 10 ran. S Crisford. Tote: £16.10; pl £2.40, £6.30, £1.90. Exacta: £293.40. Trifecta: £2037.90. CSF: £228.09. 2.20: 1, IBRAZ (J Crowley 6-4 fav); 2, History Writer (9-2); 3, Infrastructure (7-4). 11/4l, 11/4l. 11 ran. R Varian. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10, £1.80, £1.10. Ex: £9.50. Tf: £15.90. CSF: £8.88. NR: Deliverance. 2.55: 1, MASHAHEER (J Crowley 4-1); 2, Gabrials Centurion (7-1); 3, Austin Powers (6-4 fav). 23/4l, 1/2l. 7 ran. W Haggas. Tote: £5; pl £1.90, £3.70. Ex: £35.20. Tf: £97.60. CSF: £32.49. NR: Don’t Cry About It, Face Like Thunder, Tebay. 3.25: 1, RASIMA (D Egan 5-2 fav); 2, Daddies Girl (10-1); 3, Fabulous Red (6-1). nk, 41/2l. 7 ran. R Varian. Tote: £2.90; pl £4.30, £1.80. Ex: £25.70. Tf: £193.90. CSF: £28.76. 4.00: 1, SEA YOUMZAIN (P McDonald 11-4 fav); 2, Double Reflection (3-1); 3, Polar Light (12-1). 11/2l, 3/4l. 7 ran. M Johnston. Tote: £5.80; pl £3.20, £1.40. Ex: £11. Tc: £82.50. Tf: £84.00. CSF: £11.44. NR: Affina. 4.35: 1, NORTHWEST FRONTIER (T Hamilton 2-1 fav); 2, Airton (3-1); 3, Brigadoon (14-1). 5l, 8l. 8 ran. R Fahey. Tote: £3.20; pl £2, £1.40, £2.80. Ex: £10.90. Tc: £64.86. Tf: £79.30. CSF: £8.40. 5.05: 1, BELATED BREATH (O Murphy 14-1); 2, Roman Spinner (5-1); 3, Pilkington (12-1). 9-4 fav Bustam. nk, 21/4l. 11 ran. H Morrison. Tote: £16.40; pl £1.90, £3.60, £3.80. Ex: £73.70. Tc: £913.19. Tf: £1106.10. CSF: £88.33. NR: Cent Flying, Spenny’s Lass. QUADPOT: £31.70 P/POT: £152.50 START WITH HORSE RACING AYR PATRICK WEAVER Two Blondes Mo Henry Star Cracker Zeshov Tanasoq Titi Makfi Dose Remember Rocky 2.00 2.30 3.05 3.35 4.05 4.35 5.05 5.40 STAR TIP & MACKAY HANDICAP (DIV 2) 3.05 WHYTE Class 6 6f (12 runners) £3,105 Dame Freya Stark Be Bold (nb) Star Cracker Al Khan Tanasoq Company Asset Fire Leopard Kiwi Bay 1 (3) 2 (12) 3 (10) 4 (9) GOING: GOOD TO FIRM JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES 2.00 NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10) Class 4 2YO 6f (7 runners) £4,787 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (4) BOBS AUTHORITY L Smyth (IRE) 9 2.............J P Sullivan 64 (2) DEVIL’S ANGEL J O’Keeffe 9 2 ..................... P J McDonald 76 (5) MORE THAN THIS R Fahey 9 2 ..........................P Hanagan 92 (6) MUST SEE THE DOC I Jardine 9 2 .......................... P Makin 70 (1) 5 TWO BLONDES (11) M Channon 9 2............................G Lee 99 (7) WILD HOPE K Ryan 9 2 ...............................................K Stott 79 (3) DAME FREYA STARK M Johnston 8 11 ......................J Hart 91 Star Betting: — 6-4 Two Blondes, 3 More Than This, 4 Dame Freya Stark, 9-2 Wild Hope, 9 Devil’s Angel, 22 Must See The Doc, 33 Bobs Authority . 2017: Chookie Dunedin 9 2, D Costello 10-1 (K Dalgleish), drawn (8), 11 ran. STARFORM: MORE THAN THIS DANGER: Two Blondes & MACKAY HANDICAP (DIV 1) 2.30 WHYTE Class 6 6f (12 runners) £3,105 1 (5) 5/36 TIVRA (39) B Smart 4 9 13 .............................................G Lee 88 2 (6) 440L MO HENRY (12)(CD,D3,A,G)(V) A Keatley (IRE) 6 9 12...Ben Coen (7) 95 3 (7) 2003 LILY’S PRINCE (5)(D5,A,G)(P) G Donnelly (IRE) 8 9 12 ..... Ben Curtis 99 4 (10) 0001 BE BOLD (23)(D3,S)(B) Rebecca Bastiman 6 9 10.......C Beasley 94 5 (2) -000 TARAS WAY (9)(P) P J F Murphy (IRE) 4 9 5.....C D Hayes 87 6 (3) 40-3 SIENNA DREAM (26) A Whillans 3 9 3 ...................A Mullen 92 7 (4) 06-0 EVA DOCC (34) K Dalgleish 3 8 13 ......................R Scott (3) 88 8 (9) 0006 JESSIE ALLAN (5) J Goldie 7 8 12 ............. Phil Dennis (3) 85 9 (12) 005- MOLANS MARE (260) N C Kelly (IRE) 8 8 12 .... Nathan Evans 90 10 (1) L5L- BRENDAN (257)(H) J Goldie 5 8 12.....................B McHugh 85 11 (8) 2560 FINTRY FLYER (22) J Goldie 4 8 12 ............ P J McDonald 92 12(11) 0L0 RUBY CHERUB (28) Mrs R Carr 3 8 3 .............J P Sullivan 90 LONG HANDICAP: Jessie Allan 8-11, Molans Mare 8-11, Brendan 8-11, Fintry Flyer 8-11. Star Betting: — 10-3 Mo Henry, 5 Lily’s Prince, Tivra, 13-2 Taras Way, 9 Be Bold, 10 Sienna Dream, 11 Ruby Cherub, 12 Brendan, 14 others. 2017: Goninodaethat 9 9 11, Nathan Evans(3) 14-1 (J Goldie), drawn (6), 11 ran. STARFORM: SIENNA DREAM DANGER: Be Bold BERLIOS (32)(A) Rebecca Bastiman 5 9 13 ............ P Makin 94 PRAZERES (20)(G)(P) J L Eyre 4 9 12 ......................D Allan 93 NAPLES BAY (32)(S) J J Quinn 4 9 11 .......................J Hart 96 STAR CRACKER (22)(BF,C2,D,A,S)(P) J Goldie 6 9 9 Daniel Tudhope 96 5 (4) 4L-0 GONINODAETHAT (20)(CD5,C3,G,S) J Goldie 10 9 4 B McHugh 93 6 (1) 5553 GAELIC WIZARD (5)(D6,A,G,S)(V) Mrs K Tutty 10 8 13 Gemma Tutty (5) 93 7 (8) 3630 ICONIC FIGURE (23)(P) P Kirby 5 8 12 ..... Phil Dennis (3) 94 8 (2) 56-6 CHEENI (20)(CD,G) J Goldie 6 8 12.............. P J McDonald 99 9 (7) 0L-0 SIMBAS SONG (46) A Keatley (IRE) 4 8 12 ..Ben Coen (7) 93 10 (11) 50-0 GUIDING STAR (131)(D,G)(P) P J McKenna (IRE) 4 8 12.....C D Hayes 88 11 (5) 05-0 I AM DANDY (28) J Ewart 3 8 4 .............. Rhona Pindar (7) 85 12 (6) LLL MARDY GRAS (22) Mrs R Carr 3 8 3 ................J P Sullivan 90 LONG HANDICAP: Cheeni 8-11, Simbas Song 8-11, Guiding Star 8-11, Mardy Gras 8-2. Star Betting: — 5-2 Naples Bay, 4 Star Cracker, 5 Prazeres, 15-2 Berlios, 9 Cheeni, Gaelic Wizard, 14 Simbas Song, 16 others. 2017: Polly Douglas 4 8 12, Andrew Breslin(7) 3-1 JtFav (Kieran P Cotter), drawn (4), 9 ran. STARFORM: CHEENI DANGER: Naples Bay 2026 4235 00-3 0602 HANDICAP 3.35 HENDRICKS Class 4 1m (10 runners) £5,757 HELOVAPLAN (4)(D3,G) B Smart 4 9 13(6ex) ............G Lee 99 STRONG STEPS (19)(CD,D2,A,S) J Goldie 6 9 8 .....P J McDonald 91 ROYAL REGENT (19)(CD,C2,S) Mrs L Normile 6 9 7 ...Paula Muir (7) 86 KHARBETATION (12)(D,G) D O’Meara 5 9 7 ...........S Gray 88 COSMIC RAY (16)(D5,A,G,S)(H) J L Eyre 6 9 4 .....D Allan 93 KOYBIG (32)(D4,A) P J F Murphy (IRE) 6 9 4....C D Hayes 85 CLUB WEXFORD (4)(G) Roger Fell 7 9 1.......... T Hamilton 91 ZESHOV (15)(BF,D2,G)(P) Rebecca Bastiman 7 8 13 Daniel Tudhope 97 9 (2) 54-0 ROCK N ROLLA (24)(S) K Dalgleish 4 8 13........ C Beasley 84 10 (10) 3531 AL KHAN (20)(C2,A,G,S)(P) K Ryan 9 8 10 ......B Sanderson (7) 89 Star Betting: — 2 Helovaplan, 13-2 Koybig, Zeshov, 7 Club Wexford, 8 Kharbetation, 9 Al Khan, Cosmic Ray, 11 Rock N Rolla, 12 others. 2017: Nicholas T 5 9 5, S James 5-2 Fav (J Goldie), drawn (7), 7 ran. STARFORM: KHARBETATION DANGER: Helovaplan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (8) (6) (4) (7) (1) (5) (9) (3) 6-31 0L-L 36-0 50-4 15-L 10-5 0-03 6532 4.05 GUINNESS HANDICAP Class 3 5f (5 runners) £8,086 1 2 3 4 5 (4) 10-2 POWERALLIED (13)(D4,G,S) R Fahey 5 9 7 ....P Hanagan 93 (3) L201 TANASOQ (4)(D,G) P Midgley 5 9 1(6ex)................. P Makin 99 (2) 40-2 ELYSIAN FLYER (34)(D,G,S) P Midgley 6 8 11..........G Lee 88 (1) 21141 PLOUGH BOY (1)(D2,A,G) G Donnelly(IRE) 7 9 3 (6lbex)Ben Coen (7) 94 (5) 1156 ORIENTAL LILLY (54)(BF,D2,A) J Goldie 4 8 8 .... Phil Dennis (3) 88 Star Betting: — 2 Powerallied, 5-2 Tanasoq, 7-2 Plough Boy, 9-2 Elysian Flyer, 8 Oriental Lilly. 2017: Royal Brave 6 9 3, P J McDonald 5-1 (Rebecca Bastiman), drawn (2), 6 ran. STARFORM: POWERALLIED DANGER: Tanasoq TRACKFACTS: Left-hand course of about a mile and a half with a home straight of about four furlongs. High numbers best at seven furlongs-one mile, a track which suits the galloping type. Stalls today 5f & 6f Far Side, Remainder Inside. ROTHESAY STAKES (FILLIES’ LISTED) 4.35 EBF Class 1 1m 2f (8 runners) £28,355 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (4) -L20 TITI MAKFI (12)(D,A,G,S) M Johnston 4 9 3 .....P J McDonald 98 (6) 12L- COMPANY ASSET (213)(D,G,S) K Ryan 5 9 0 ..... T Eaves 99 (1) 0-02 EURO NIGHTMARE (17)(CD,D,G,S) K Dalgleish 4 9 0 ......P Mulrennan 94 (5) 50-5 JET STREAMING (18)(G,S)(H) I Williams 4 9 0 Ben Curtis 95 (2) 44-2 POLLY GLIDE (17) L Smyth (IRE) 4 9 0 ..........J P Sullivan 88 (7) RIPPLING WATERS (J58) M Channon 4 9 0 ..............G Lee 77 (3) 003L SNOWY WINTER (18)(A,G)(T) Archie Watson 4 9 0 .....Daniel Tudhope 94 (8) 6L-6 WINGINGIT (18)(D,G) A Balding 4 9 0 ..................R Hornby 98 Star Betting: — 13-8 Titi Makfi, 5-2 Wingingit, 4 Company Asset, 13-2 Jet Streaming, 9 Euro Nightmare, 18 Snowy Winter, 50 others. 2017: Nezwaah 4 9 0, A Atzeni 1-2 Fav (R Varian), drawn (3), 5 ran. STARFORM: TITI MAKFI DANGER: Company Asset OF JURA HANDICAP 5.05 ISLE Class 5 1m 2f (11 runners) £3,817 1 (10) 14-0 FIRE LEOPARD (11)(D,G,S)(H) D O’Meara 4 9 11.... Daniel Tudhope 96 2 (11) 5L-5 REMEMBER THE DAYS (21)(A,G) J O’Keeffe 4 9 11 .. J Garritty 92 3 (7) L0-5 GWORN (19)(CD4,C,A,G,S) R M Smith 8 9 10 ....P J McDonald 94 4 (3) 00L- RISING (153) N C Kelly (IRE) 4 9 7.................... DOUBTFUL 85 5 (1) 0-34 MAULESDEN MAY (16)(CD2,D,G,S) K Dalgleish 5 9 7 .....G Lee 92 6 (9) 0-60 PALMERSTON (15)(G) Mrs M Fife 5 9 5 .............D Costello 86 7 (6) L60- DWIGHT D (212)(A) W Coltherd 5 9 4 ................. P Mathers 81 8 (5) 1L-4 CHINESE SPIRIT (19)(C2,S) R M Smith 4 9 3 ........D Allan 93 9 (4) 20-3 THORNTOUN CARE (17)(C,A,G) I Jardine 7 9 3... H Shaw (5) 94 10 (2) 3101 DOSE (27)(D2,A,G) R Fahey 5 9 0 ......................P Hanagan 99 11 (8) -LL0 PULLMAN BROWN (17)(D,G,S) P Kirby 6 8 9 .....Phil Dennis (3) 88 Star Betting: — 5-2 Dose, 9-2 Fire Leopard, 5 Maulesden May, 11-2 Remember The Days, 8 Chinese Spirit, Thorntoun Care, 10 others. 2017: Gworn 7 9 0, P J McDonald 8-1 (R M Smith), drawn (8), 12 ran. STARFORM: DOSE DANGER: Fire Leopard & SONS LTD APPRENTICE H’CAP 5.40 FRANKLIN Class 6 1m 1f (11 runners) £3,105 1 2 3 4 (7) (2) (9) (1) TEOMARIA (17)(G) L Smyth (IRE) 4 9 8 ..... Harry Russell (7) 83 GOLCONDA PRINCE (30)(S) R Fahey 4 9 7......... S Woods 94 ROSEMAY (219) I Jardine 4 9 6.................................H Shaw 93 REMEMBER ROCKY (252)(CD,C,D3,G,S)(B) Mrs L Normile 9 9 3 Connor Murtagh 90 5 (5) 0325 SCRUTINY (25)(D,A,S)(P,T) K Ryan 7 9 3 .......P Vaughan 90 6 (6) -430L PUDDING CHARE (1)(BF) R M Smith 4 9 2 ......... Andrew Breslin (3) 86 7 (4) 0-221 JOHN HONEYMAN (1)(T) A Keatley (IRE) 4 9 8(6lbex) Ben Coen (3) 99 8 (10) -0304 KIWI BAY (1)(CD,A,G,S) M Dods 13 8 13 ......... Paula Muir 91 9 (3) 304U MONSIEUR JIMMY (11)(A) D Carroll 6 8 11.....Ger O’Neill 85 10 (8) 6-044 ZIHAAM (1)(P) Roger Fell 4 8 11 ..................... B Sanderson 87 11 (11) 3352 NEW ABBEY ANGEL (62)(A) K Dalgleish 5 8 7 .....Josh Quinn 94 Star Betting: — 5-2 John Honeyman, 11-2 Rosemay, 6 Scrutiny, 7 Golconda Prince, 8 New Abbey Angel, Monsieur Jimmy, 12 others. 2017: Kiwi Bay 12 9 10, C Rodriguez 16-1 (M Dods), drawn (12), 12 ran. STARFORM: SCRUTINY DANGER: Golconda Prince 10-0 0410 335060- KEMPTON PATRICK WEAVER Paco’s Prince Tiara Gold La Pelosa Buzz Spirit Of Belle Divine Messenger Chetan FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10) 6.55 EBF Class 4 2YO 6f (11 runners) £5,822 STAR TIP 5.55 6.25 6.55 7.25 7.55 8.25 8.55 Angelina D’Or Jawwaal Mersey Dash Of Spice Kingston Kurrajong Dor’s Law Fortune And Glory GOING: STANDARD TO SLOW PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES 5.55 APPRENTICE HANDICAP Class 5 3YO 1m (14 runners) £3,752 1 (13) 3-21 ANGELINA D’OR (20)(D,A) M Johnston 9 8....... O Stammers (5) 99 2 (9) 3L-L STAR OF VENDOME (30) H Dunlop 9 7 ...........H Burns (3) 79 3 (14) -620 CONTROVERSIAL LADY (12)(D) J S Moore 9 6 .......Poppy Bridgwater (5) 81 4 (7) 14-L TRUMPS UP (17)(D,G,S) M Channon 9 5 ..... Nicola Currie 88 5 (6) 25-5 PRIME MINISTER (25) E Vaughan 9 5 ............ Jane Elliott 81 6 (5) 3-30 MOLTOIR (20)(B*) B Ellison 9 4 ....................Ben Robinson 85 7 (10) 0-55 PACO’S PRINCE (20) C Fellowes 9 2 ............... A Beech (3) 89 8 (3) 50-0 ELUSIF (11) M Botti 9 2 .................................... G Malune (3) 83 9 (12) 040- TAUREAN DANCER (264) R Teal 9 2 .............Rossa Ryan 84 10 (1) 40-0 RESHAAN (12) R Hannon 9 1 ..................................G Mahon 84 11 (8) 0-00 CHANGE MAKER (18)(B*) A Balding 8 12 ...........J Watson 91 12 (4) 01LL VICE MARSHAL (18)(D,A)(V*) C Fellowes 8 12 ....... P Bradley 90 13 (11) 656- SAFE WATERS (333) Eve J-Houghton 8 11......Milly Naseb (3) 85 14 (2) 4LL LOOKING FOR CARL (60) H Dunlop 8 10 T Saunders (3) 81 Star Betting: — 7-2 Angelina D’Or, 6 Paco’s Prince, Reshaan, 7 Change Maker, 8 Prime Minister, 10 Taurean Dancer, 12 others. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: ANGELINA D’OR DANGER: Trumps Up MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES 6.25 NOVICE Class 6 7f (14 runners) £3,234 1 (14) 00 AMANDA’S TEDDY (16) P Phelan 4 9 13 ......P Bradley (5) 59 2 (7) 3-41 JAWWAAL (12)(D,G) J Gosden 3 9 9 .................. J Crowley 95 3 (12) 04 CLIMB ABOARD (23) H Morrison 3 9 2 ................ O Murphy 50 4 (6) DISTANT CHIMES Sir M Prescott 3 9 2 ......................R Tate 72 5 (2) 6 DORIES DELIGHT (42) S Kirk 3 9 2 .................T Marquand 88 6 (3) 20 DREAM CATCHING (23) A Balding 3 9 2 ............ D Probert 87 7 (4) KAANOON R Varian 3 9 2 ............................. David Egan (3) 75 8 (13) 2 MOTAJAASID (18) Owen Burrows 3 9 2.................D O’Neill 99 9 (9) 0 ROODEPARIS (5) M Usher 3 9 2 ..............................L Keniry 67 10 (5) L SEA MILLIONS (18) W Knight 3 9 2 .......................M Harley 69 11 (8) TIN FANDANGO M Usher 3 9 2 ....................... J Watson (5) 69 12(10) CRYSTAL BLADE P Hiatt 3 8 11 ............ Ben Robinson (5) 69 13(11) 5 HILIGHT (11) H Morrison 3 8 11 .....................C Bennett (3) 86 14 (1) 3- TIARA GOLD (245) R Guest 3 8 11 .................R Kingscote 87 Star Betting: — 5-4 Jawwaal, 7-2 Motajaasid, 5 Kaanoon, 8 Climb Aboard, 10 Dream Catching, 14 Hilight, Distant Chimes, 25 Tiara Gold, 50 others. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: JAWWAAL DANGER: Motajaasid 1 (11) ATWAAR E Dunlop 9 0............................................ J Crowley 70 2 (10) CHALEUR R Beckett 9 0 .....................................R Kingscote 86 3 (9) LADY MAZIE J Fox 9 0 ..............................................P Dobbs 73 4 (7) LA PELOSA C Appleby 9 0 ................................James Doyle 97 5 (8) LOLITA PULIDO Eve J-Houghton 9 0 ......................C Bishop 84 6 (1) 60 MERARANI (30) Miss K George 9 0 ....... Rhiain Ingram (5) 88 7 (3) 2 MERSEY (23) R Hannon 9 0 ...............................T Marquand 99 8 (6) MY MAHARANI M Botti 9 0 ........................................A Fresu 74 9 (2) ON ROUTE Sir M Prescott 9 0 ................................. O Murphy 83 10 (5) 0 PINCTADA (29) J Bridger 9 0 ............................. A Beech (7) 84 11 (4) SCENIC LADY M Attwater 9 0 ................................ W Carson 68 Star Betting: — 2 Mersey, La Pelosa, 5 Chaleur, 9 On Route, 12 Atwaar, 14 My Maharani, 16 Lolita Pulido, 50 Lady Mazie, 66 others. 2017: Di Fede 9 0, R Kingscote 7-4 Fav (R Beckett), drawn (3), 11 ran. STARFORM: MERSEY DANGER: La Pelosa HANDICAP 7.25 32RED Class 3 1m 3f (13 runners) 12-6 DUBAI HORIZON (28)(A) S bin Suroor 4 9 9..... David Egan (3) 85 6-01 COSMELLI (129)(D2,A,S)(B) Miss G Kelleway 5 9 7 ..S W Kelly 83 -24L NOBLE GIFT (25)(CD,C,A,G,S) W Knight 8 9 7......C Shepherd 81 5330 FIRE FIGHTING (17)(C,D,A,F,G,S) M Johnston 7 9 7 .....A Kirby 91 11-4 BIRDS OF PREY (42)(S)(T*) P Nicholls 4 9 2 ....Megan Nicholls (5) 86 124L AY AY (61)(A,S) D Elsworth 4 8 13............... Hayley Turner 84 6L11 SHANGHAI SILVER (22)(A) C Hills 4 8 11 ........ J Crowley 99 21-2 DASH OF SPICE (28)(A) D Elsworth 4 8 10......S De Sousa 90 02-5 BUZZ (32)(C,A) H Morrison 4 8 9..............................L Keniry 79 2610 TANGRAMM (16)(C,A)(P) D Ivory 6 8 8.................M Dwyer 82 12-6 PETITIONER (23)(BF,C,A) R Charlton 4 8 7 .......H Bentley 88 -L64 WILLIAM HUNTER (61)(G,S) A King 6 8 7 .... Hollie Doyle 85 -012 CARAMURU (25)(A)(P) J Santos 4 8 7 ...............R Da Silva 83 LONG HANDICAP: William Hunter 8-6, Caramuru 8-1. Star Betting: — 7-2 Dash Of Spice, 13-2 Dubai Horizon, 7 Buzz, Petitioner, 15-2 Birds Of Prey, Shanghai Silver, 14 Fire Fighting, 16 others. 2017: Wadigor 4 9 10, H Bentley 4-5 Fav (R Varian), drawn (2), 6 ran. STARFORM: SHANGHAI SILVER DANGER: Dash Of Spice 7.55 WIND OPERATION AYR: Thorntoun Care (5.05). KEMPTON: William Hunter (7.25), Topology (8.55). SOUTHWELL: Copper West (5.35), Helmsley Lad (6.35). YARMOUTH: Cecilator (3.55). HANDICAP BLOT SEYASAH (4.55, Yarmouth) won with a bit in hand when scoring here and capable of defying a 5lb rise. BEST EACH WAY CHANGE MAKER (5.55, Kempton) starts handicap life on a fair mark and blinkers may have the desired effect. ONE TO SWERVE JAWWAAL (6.25, Kempton) had the run of the race at Lingfield and has more to do under a penalty. 32RED.COM HANDICAP Class 4 1m (14 runners) £6,469 SPIRIT OF BELLE (15)(CD,C,A,S)(B) P Cole 4 9 7 .....R Da Silva 99 MAGILLEN (22) C Hills 4 9 7 ............................. C Shepherd 93 TOM’S ROCK (22)(BF,A,S) J Butler 5 9 7 ................A Kirby 92 THE WARRIOR (11)(BF,CD,A,S) Mrs A Perrett 6 9 6....P Dobbs 97 CASEMENT (220)(BF,D,S) R Charlton 4 9 5 ..K Shoemark 97 SAYEM (21)(D2,A,G,S) Ed Walker 4 9 5 ...........P Cosgrave 97 DANCE TEACHER (30)(CD,A,G) D Elsworth 4 9 4 ..... L Keniry 98 AL REEH (302)(C,A)(H*) M Botti 4 9 2 ...............D Muscutt 93 DRAGONS VOICE (32)(D3,S) P Hide 4 9 1 ........H Bentley 88 PIKE CORNER CROSS (12)(CD2,D,A) E De Giles 6 9 1 ...........S De Sousa 95 KINGSTON KURRAJONG (25)(BF,CD,D,A,G,S) W Knight 5 9 1 M Harley 93 12 (3) 4L-0 ZAIN STAR (35) J Butler 4 9 0 .................................J F Egan 88 13 (8) 6-15 HIMSELF (12)(C,A,G) R Hannon 4 9 0 .............T Marquand 98 14 (11) 5-0L PLANT POT POWER (63)(C,D,A,G) R Hughes 4 8 13... S W Kelly 97 Star Betting: — 6 Kingston Kurrajong, 7 Tom’s Rock, 8 Spirit Of Belle, Casement, 10 Magillen, The Warrior, 12 Himself, Zain Star, 14 others. 2017: Commodity 4 9 2, R L Moore 7-2 Fav (Sir M Stoute), drawn (13), 12 ran. STARFORM: KINGSTON KURRAJONG D: Spirit Of Belle 1 (13) 2 (12) 3 (1) 4 (7) 5 (9) 6 (6) 7 (2) 8 (14) 9 (10) 10 (4) 11 (5) LONGEST TRAVELLER Wingingit (4.35 AYR) Two Blondes (2.00 AYR) Rippling Waters (4.35 AYR) Snowy Winter (4.35 AYR) Jet Streaming (4.35 AYR) Prazeres (3.05 AYR) Cosmic Ray (3.35 AYR) Angelina D’Or (5.55 KMP) Fire Fighting (7.25 KMP) Dosc (2.55 YAR) Mujassam (4.25 YAR) Moltoir (5.55 KMP) Vincenzo Coccotti (5.25 YAR) More Than This (2.00 AYR) Naples Bay (3.05 AYR) Powerallied (4.05 AYR) Tanasoq (4.05 AYR) Elysian Flyer (4.05 AYR) Dose (5.05 AYR) Monsieur Jimmy (5.40 AYR) Golconda Prince (5.40 AYR) Easter Eric (8.35 STH) Alf ‘n’ Dor (3.15 WAR) Club Wexford (3.35 AYR) Zihaam (5.40 AYR) Kharbetation (3.35 AYR) Fire Leopard (5.05 AYR) Ruby Cherub (2.30 AYR) £9,338 1 (9) 2 (5) 3 (12) 4 (11) 5 (6) 6 (8) 7 (10) 8 (2) 9 (3) 10 (7) 11 (4) 12 (1) 13(13) 1-12 20/L 1233 6003 10234-0 1-50 /401-56 0/0L 0133 375miles 370miles 370miles 357miles 300miles 266miles 266miles 245miles 245miles 224miles 224miles 222miles 215miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 212miles 211miles 209miles 208miles 208miles 207miles 207miles 194miles MAGIC COMBINATIONS AYR: P J McDonald rides 2.30 Fintry Flyer, 3.05 Cheeni, 3.35 Strong Steps for J Goldie, previous combinations 3 wins from 11 mounts 27% strike rate at course. P J McDonald rides 5.05 Gworn for R M Smith, previous combinations 8 wins from 31 mounts 26% strike rate at course. KEMPTON: A Kirby rides 8.25 Divine Messenger for Emma Owen, previous combinations 2 wins from 4 mounts 50% strike rate at course. T Marquand rides 6.25 Dories Delight for S Kirk, previous combinations 2 wins from 7 mounts 29% strike rate at course. SOUTHWELL: Miss E Todd rides 7.35 Bentons Lad for M Walford, previous combinations 2 wins from 3 mounts 67% strike rate at course. WARWICK: P Brennan rides 4.45 Turban for P Henderson, previous combinations 4 wins from 9 mounts 44% strike rate at course. YARMOUTH: T Queally rides 4.55 Seyasah for C Wall, previous combinations 2 wins from 3 mounts 67% strike rate at course. TRACKFACTS: Right-handed Polytrack. Made up of two tracks, 1m and 1m2 both tracks are oval in nature. There is no advantage in the draw. Stalls today Inside. TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) J Gosden 74 winners, (22.6% strike rate), +£1.16, C Appleby 73, (27.3%), +£5.37, R Hannon 64, (11.8%), -£158.91, R Beckett 49, (15.9%), +£14.69, S bin Suroor 49, (25.0%), +£19.06, A Balding 47, (12.1%), -£136.70. TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) A Kirby 111 winners, (14.3% strike rate), -£2.00, J Crowley 107, (13.6%), -£186.97, James Doyle 78, (22.8%), -£2.00, O Murphy 62, (13.5%), -£4.00. AT RACINGUK.COM HANDICAP 8.25 BET Class 6 1m (14 runners) £3,105 1 (10) 3362 DOR’S LAW (22)(CD,A)(P) D Ivory 5 9 7 .......... J Duern (3) 89 2 (4) 40-5 BERKELEY VALE (24)(BF,D3,A,S)(B) R Teal 7 9 7 R Winston 84 3 (9) 04-2 DIVINE MESSENGER (42) Emma Owen 4 9 6.........A Kirby 87 4 (3) 6030 FREDDY WITH A Y (22)(C,A,G,S)(V) J R Jenkins 8 9 6 K Fox 79 5 (5) 0002 CAT ROYALE (9)(C,A,S)(B) J Butler 5 9 5 .............L Keniry 88 6 (7) 11L3 STRINGYBARK CREEK (22)(C,D2,A) J Farrelly 4 9 5 M Harley 99 7 (8) 3L12 BOOKMAKER (28)(C,D2,A,G,S)(P) J Bridger 8 9 4 A Beech (7) 89 8 (14) 0-00 EMBANKMENT (123)(CD2,D,A,S) M Attwater 9 9 4 C Shepherd 82 9 (2) 0013 SIR JAMIE (22)(D2,A)(B) A Carroll 5 9 3............. D Probert 88 10 (1) 426L DE LITTLE ENGINE (29) A Dunn 4 9 3 .... Rossa Ryan (5) 85 11(13) 4452 JOYFUL DREAM (15)(BF)(B) J Butler 4 9 3 ....S De Sousa 89 12(12) 6-43 GRACIOUS GEORGE (117)(CD2,C,D2,A,G) J Fox 8 9 3 Mark Crehan (7) 82 13 (6) 0040 ALMANACK (22)(C,A,F) Mark Pattinson 8 9 2 ........DOUBTFUL 81 14 (11) 1500 DUKES MEADOW (22)(D2,A) R Ingram 7 9 1....Rhiain Ingram (5) 81 Star Betting: — 9-2 Divine Messenger, 13-2 Cat Royale, 7 Joyful Dream, Sir Jamie, Stringybark Creek, 9 Dor’s Law, 10 others. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: DOR’S LAW DANGER: Stringybark Creek ON THE APP STORE HANDICAP 8.55 32RED Class 6 7f (14 runners) £3,105 1 (12) L00- WILD DANCER (230)(D,G) P Chamings 5 9 7 ......J Haynes 85 2 (9) 30L5 NARJES (15)(H) Mrs L Mongan 4 9 7 .................S De Sousa 85 3 (8) 4L-L SARANGOO (15)(CD,D5,A,F,G,S) M Saunders 10 9 7 Georgia Cox (3) 97 4 (4) 4246 CHETAN (22)(BF,CD2,C4,A,G)(P,T) C Wallis 6 9 6 ..W Carson 97 5 (5) L56- RED GUNNER (225)(D,A) D Loughnane 4 9 5......E J Walsh (3) 87 6 (11) 00-2 DUKE OF NORTH (22)(D2,A,G,S) J Boyle 6 9 4 Isobel Francis (7) 92 7 (14) 4600 ROSS RAITH ROVER (19)(D,A,G)(B) L Carter 5 9 3 ...... K Fox 83 8 (13) 534- TOPOLOGY (221) J Tuite 5 9 2 ................................L Keniry 85 9 (6) LL-0 MULTITASK (93)(CD2,D2,A0,G) G L Moore 8 9 2 .A Kirby 95 10 (7) 4062 VIOLA PARK (14)(D4,A)(P) R Harris 4 9 2 ......... D Probert 90 11 (10) 2-31 FORTUNE AND GLORY (22)(CD,A) J Tuite 5 9 2 ...O Murphy 99 12 (2) -520 YOGIYOGIYOGI (47) D Coakley 4 9 2................. R Winston 91 13 (3) 453- CHARLESTON BELLE (194)(B) M Wigham 4 9 2 ....T Queally 90 14 (1) 1-20 PERFECT PASTIME (30)(D2,A,G,S)(P) J Boyle 10 8 13 P Cosgrave 93 Star Betting: — 5 Fortune And Glory, 7 Charleston Belle, 8 Chetan, Multitask, 9 Viola Park, 10 Duke Of North, Red Gunner, 12 others. 2017: Helfire 4 9 6, C Bennett(3) 7-2 JtFav (H Morrison), drawn (7), 13 ran. STARFORM: FORTUNE AND GLORY DANGER: Chetan NEW QUARTERS HORSES having their first runs for new trainers. AYR: 2.30 Molans Mare (K H Clarke to N C Kelly), 5.40 Pudding Chare (R Fahey to R M Smith). KEMPTON: 5.55 Taurean Dancer (M Bell to R Teal), 8.55 Charleston Belle (G Bravery to M Wigham), 8.55 Red Gunner (D O’Meara to D Loughnane). SOUTHWELL: 6.35 Helmsley Lad (J M Jefferson to Ruth Jefferson), 7.35 Four Mile Beach (J M Jefferson to Ruth Jefferson), 7.35 Mister Kalanisi (D Skelton to Sara Ender), 8.35 Deliveringpromises (S Curling to Joanne Thomason-Murphy). WARWICK: None. YARMOUTH: 4.55 Enigmatic (J Osborne to A Bailey). FAB FOR FAVS Two favourites have won the 4.35 at Ayr in the last 10 years. Three favourites have won the 7.25 at Kempton in the last 10 years. Two favourites have won the 7.05 at Southwell in the last 10 years. Two favourites have won the 2.40 at Warwick in the last 10 years. WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins last 14 days) M Johnston 22; D Skelton 17; J Gosden 16; R Fahey 13; N Henderson 12; R Hannon 10; A King 10; R Varian 9; I Williams 7; J J Quinn 6; D O’Meara 6; P Nicholls 6; C Hills 6; T R George 6; Jonjo O’Neill 6; P Midgley 5;. SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last win) J Norton 101; K Dalgleish 58; C Pogson 44; A Whillans 43; P Pritchard 42; M Botti 40; Mrs L Normile 39; Mrs R Carr 38; Sara Ender 38; J R Jenkins 31; D Thompson 30; D Loughnane 23; D Pipe 23. HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days) H Skelton 16; S De Sousa 14; P J McDonald 12; R Kingscote 12; J Crowley 10; R Johnson 9; P Hanagan 8; D Tudhope 8; James Doyle 8; W Buick 8; N De Boinville 8; A Coleman 8; B Hughes 7; J Bowen 7; J Hart 6; C D Hayes 6. RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since last win) Gina Mangan 97; L Jones 83; R Scott 56; David Probert 56; C Bennett 45; A Pogson 45; C Murtagh 42; D Muscutt 41; K Fox 40; J Fahy 37; H Shaw 36; C O’Farrell 35; A Glassonbury 33; B McHugh 31; Nathan Evans 30. DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 WARWICK YARMOUTH PATRICK WEAVER Dead Right Malton Rose Sister Sibyl Eskendash San Benedeto Guerrilla Tactics Avonmore STAR TIP PATRICK WEAVER Serosevsky Wait For Me Tara View Level Of Intensity Ozzie The Oscar Irish Octave Barbados Blue Leading Spirit Dosc Sean O’Casey (nap) Bailarico Kaeso Lunar Deity (treble) Slow To Hand (nb) 2.10 2.40 3.15 3.45 4.15 4.45 5.15 PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS: Left-hand oval track of one mile six furlongs with a run-in of about 240yds. Ten relatively stiff fences plus six hurldes per circuit, quite sharp bends suiting the the speedy handy types. TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) A King 34 winners, (24.3% strike rate), -£10.95, D Skelton 33, (20.0%), +£3.75, P Hobbs 26, (21.8%), -£1.85, N Twiston-Davies 23, (14.6%), -£6.00, Jonjo O’Neill 22, (14.4%), -£9.75, N Henderson 16, (28.1%), -£12.09, P Nicholls 13, (26.5%), -£0.25, K Bailey 9, (12.7%), +£11.25. TOP JOCKEYS: (with mounts) R Johnson 39 winners, (22.0% strike rate), +£0.70, H Skelton 31, (21.4%), -£0.25, A Coleman 26, (18.4%), -£22.00, S Twiston-Davies 25, (20.3%), -£3.25, D Bass 12, (16.9%), +£7.00, T J O’Brien 10, (12.5%), -£9.00. NOVICES’ HURDLE Class 4 (9 flights) 2m 3f (4 run) £5,198 55-1 SEROSEVSKY (15)(D,G)(T) H Fry 5 11 6 .............N P Madden 99 40-3 COMMODORE BARRY (13)(T*) K Bailey 5 11 0............D Bass 94 201/ DEAD RIGHT (391) N Mulholland 6 11 0 .................. A Coleman 87 15-0 MARCH IS ON (16) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 0................. R McLernon 89 Star Betting: — 4-6 Dead Right, 9-4 Serosevsky, 6 Commodore Barry, 33 March Is On. 2017: Talkischeap 5 11 6, W Hutchinson 11-4 (A King), 7 ran. STARFORM: DEAD RIGHT DANGER: Serosevsky 1 2 3 4 HURDLE 2.40 HANDICAP Class 3 (12 fli) 3m 1f (7 run) £7,798 1 /0-0 ACTIVIAL (11)(G,S)(H) N Mulholland 8 11 13 .... T Scudamore 83 2 30-4 WAIT FOR ME (11)(G,S)(T) P Hobbs 8 11 12 .........R Johnson 87 3 11- MALTON ROSE (308)(G) N Henderson 7 11 7 ......N Curtis (5) 99 4 PP5- ROCKY’S TREASURE (35)(G) K Bailey 7 11 4 ..............D Bass 86 5 2-11 BLACK SAM BELLA (5)(D,G) D Skelton 6 11 2(6ex)........H Skelton 98 6 202- CALL TO ORDER (29)(G)(P) Jonjo O’Neill 8 10 12 .........A Coleman 90 7 0P4- WESTERN CLIMATE (27)(G,S)(P) T H Weston 9 10 12 ....S Bowen 85 Star Betting: — 7-4 Black Sam Bella, 11-4 Malton Rose, 7-2 Wait For Me, 9 Rocky’s Treasure, 10 Call To Order, 14 Activial, 25 Western Climate. 2017: Big Easy 10 11 11, R Johnson 10-3 JtFav (P Hobbs), 6 ran. STARFORM: BLACK SAM BELLA DANGER: Malton Rose 3.15 NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE Class 3 (17 fences) 2m 4f (6 run) £9,495 1 2 3 4 5 6 P30- TARA VIEW (33)(G,S) A King 7 11 12 ........................T Cannon 94 253- DANDY DAN (33)(G)(T) K Bailey 5 11 10 ........................D Bass 92 0L5- OKOTOKS (77)(S) F O’Brien 8 11 9 .......................... P Brennan 93 2F0- LITHIC (35)(G,S)(P) Jonjo O’Neill 7 11 8 ................. A Coleman 94 212- SISTER SIBYL (27)(BF,G,S) H Morrison 7 11 7 .....T J O’Brien 97 51-2 ALF ‘N’ DOR (13)(S)(B,T) P Bowen 7 10 5 ................. S Bowen 99 Star Betting: — 5-2 Sister Sibyl, 3 Dandy Dan, 9-2 Tara View, Lithic, 15-2 Okotoks, 8 Alf ‘n’ Dor. 2017: Midnight Cowboy 6 11 8, W Hutchinson 5-2 Fav (A King), 6 ran. STARFORM: ALF ‘N’ DOR DANGER: Sister Sibyl HURDLE 3.45 HANDICAP Class 2 (8 flights) 2m (9 run) £15,640 1 11P- UNISON (39)(D4,G,S) J Scott 8 11 12 ......................M Griffiths 88 2 200- ZUBAYR (25)(D,S) P Nicholls 6 11 2 .......................... H Cobden 89 3 00U- ROSSETTI (220)(CD,D5,F,G,S)(H) N Mulholland 10 10 13 T Scudamore 90 4 L0-R UTILITY (13)(D3,G,S)(T) Jonjo O’Neill 7 10 11 ...... A Coleman 90 5 000- NIETZSCHE (F23)(D,S) B Ellison 5 10 6 .......Bryony Frost (3) 86 6 232- MISTER UNIVERSUM (44)(D,G)(T) D Skelton 6 10 6 .....H Skelton 99 7 23-1 ESKENDASH (16)(D,G) Mrs P Sly 5 10 5 .................R Johnson 93 8 140- MYSTIC SKY (25)(D2,G,S)(B) Mrs L Wadham 7 10 4 Maxime Tissier (5) 91 9 L0-1 LEVEL OF INTENSITY (9)(D,G,S)(P,T) N Hawke 4 10 0(7ex) S Bowen 95 LONG HANDICAP: Level Of Intensity 9-10. Star Betting: — 3 Eskendash, 4 Mister Universum, 13-2 Level Of Intensity, Mystic Sky, Zubayr, 10 Unison, Rossetti, 12 Utility, Nietzsche. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: ZUBAYR DANGER: Mister Universum 4.15 WIGLEY GROUP CARNIVAL H’CAP CHASE Class 2 (12 fences) 2m (5 run) £18,768 1 24LL2- SAN BENEDETO (25)(D3,F,G,S)(P,T) P Nicholls 7 11 12 ... Mr L Williams (7) 94 2 L1L21- OZZIE THE OSCAR (27)(CD2,G,S) P Hobbs 7 11 2 ................. R Johnson 99 3 1UU1-P WORK IN PROGRESS (16)(D,F,G,S)(T) D Skelton 8 10 5 .............C Shoemark 90 4 L0U1-1 CAPITOUL (13)(D2,G,S) Dr R Newland 6 10 5S Twiston-Davies 96 5 /3322- KAPSTADT (187)(G) I Williams 8 10 0............ Will Kennedy 94 LONG HANDICAP: Kapstadt 9-10. Star Betting: — 7-4 San Benedeto, 15-8 Ozzie The Oscar, 4 Capitoul, 7 Work In Progress, 14 Kapstadt. 2017: Abidjan 7 11 3, H Skelton 7-4 Fav (D Skelton), 5 ran. STARFORM: CAPITOUL DANGER: San Benedeto 4.45 188BET CHANDLER HANDICAP CHASE Class 4 (18 fences) 3m (7 run) £5,198 1 6L-6 THE BOSS’S DREAM (18)(G,S)(T) N King 10 12 5 Bryony Frost (3) 96 LPP- SOUTHPORT (44)(G) N Twiston-Davies 6 12 4 ... S Twiston-Davies 94 342- TURBAN (31)(G,S) P Henderson 11 11 12................ P Brennan 99 1F4- GUERRILLA TACTICS (31)(BF,G) J Scott 8 11 11 ....N Scholfield 94 46-2 IRISH OCTAVE (18)(D,G,S)(P) Mrs R Gasson 8 11 10 ...... B Poste 95 1PL- CULM COUNSELLOR (203)(G,S) C Down 9 10 12 ......J M Davies 90 P0-3 PSYCHOCANDY (11)(P) I Williams 6 10 5 ............... R T Dunne 98 Star Betting: — 7-4 Irish Octave, 4 Guerrilla Tactics, 11-2 The Boss’s Dream, 6 Turban, 7 Southport, 10 Psychocandy, 14 Culm Counsellor. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: CULM COUNSELLOR DANGER: Irish Octave 2 3 4 5 6 7 5.15 INTERMEDIATE NH FLAT RACE Class 4 2m (6 runners) STAR TIP 2.20 2.55 3.25 3.55 4.25 4.55 5.25 PATRICK WEAVER San Donato Dosc Widnes What A Party Call Out Loud (nap) Seyasah Moi Aussie STARFORM: 3.25 Scoones (treble), 3.55 Bailarico (nap), 4.55 Seyasah (nb) CLOCKFORM: 4.25 Noble Star 2pts win GOING: GOOD 2.10 SOUTHWELL £3,249 1 2 3 4 5 6 L- STORM FIRE (33) B Barr 5 11 2 ................... Mr L Williams (7) 87 HUNTSMANS JOG D Cantillon 4 10 12 ..........Bryony Frost (3) 95 AVONMORE(H*) N Henderson 5 10 9 .................Alan Doyle (7) 99 0-L DELAYED REACTION (13) P Hedger 6 10 9 ......Miss K Evans (7) 90 BARBADOS BLUE N Henderson 4 10 5 .................J Bowen (3) 98 0- PHARAWAY VIEW (33) D Bridgwater 4 10 5.......... H Stock (5) 85 Star Betting: — 4-5 Barbados Blue, 5-2 Avonmore, 10-3 Huntsmans Jog, 40 Pharaway View, 50 Delayed Reaction, 66 Storm Fire. 2017: Mon Port 5 11 2, H Cobden 2-5 Fav (B De Haan), 4 ran. STARFORM: AVONMORE DANGER: Barbados Blue KEY TO THE CARDS: our racecards are designed to give you a better, easier to understand guide to the runners. Brackets after the racecard number indicate the draw in Flat races. In the form figures, an ‘L’ indicates the horse finished last place and a # indicates Bumper form. Figures in brackets after each horse’s name indicate the number of days since the horse last ran. (C) indicates a course winner, (D) indicates a winner over the same distance as today’s race. (B) or (V) indicates that the horse wears blinkers or a visor. (T) indicates that the horse wears a tongue strap. * indicates if wearing blinkers or visor for first time. (P) indicates that the horse is wearing a Cheek Piece. (BF) stands for beaten favourite. (F) is winner on firm going, (G) on good going, (S) on soft going and (A) on the all weather. The figures in the last column after the jockey’s name is an exclusive Clockform rating giving a guide to the horse’s chance. The highest figure denotes the top rated, which is also pinpointed by a . GOING: GOOD TO FIRM PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS: Left-handed track almost flat with a run of five furlongs. It is quite a testing track with no advantage to any type of horse. High numbers have an advantage on the mile straight course. Stalls today Straight Centre; 1m3f Inside; 1m6f Stands Side. NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10) 2.20 EBF Class 3 2YO 6f (8 runners) £9,704 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (7) 4 DRAGON KUZA (20)(H) H Palmer 9 2 Josephine Gordon 85 (3) LEADING SPIRIT C Appleby 9 2...............................W Buick 91 (4) LEGENDS OF WAR J Gosden 9 2 ......................... O Murphy 99 (6) PHOENIX STAR C Dwyer 9 2..............................S De Sousa 71 (5) SAN DONATO R Varian 9 2 .......................................A Atzeni 85 (8) WIRETAP D M Simcock 9 2 ................................ J P Spencer 83 (1) ZMHAR J Tate 9 2 ...................................................... G Mosse 74 (2) L EQUIANO PERLE (29) M Appleby 8 11 ........... K Lundie (5) 80 Star Betting: — 5-4 Legends Of War, 5-2 Leading Spirit, 10-3 San Donato, 9 Wiretap, 16 Zmhar, 20 Dragon Kuza, 33 Phoenix Star, 66 Equiano Perle. 2017: No corresponding race. STARFORM: ZMHAR DANGER: Leading Spirit AUCTION MAIDEN STAKES 2.55 MEDIAN Class 5 6f (11 runners) £3,752 1 (11) GENERAL PATTON Mrs L Pearce 4 10 0 ..............J Haynes 78 2 (10) ZAHIRAH J R Jenkins 4 9 9........................Gina Mangan (7) 72 3 (8) 0- BURFORD BROWN (236) H Palmer 3 9 5 ....Josephine Gordon 94 4 (3) DOSC D O’Meara 3 9 5 .................................................D Nolan 94 5 (2) L6 LORD GUEST (18)(B*) G Margarson 3 9 5 .........D Muscutt 71 6 (1) L0- MACHO GUEST (351) G Margarson 3 9 5 ........... T Queally 73 7 (6) 45 AD VALOREM QUEEN (23) W Knight 3 9 0 ...........A Atzeni 99 8 (7) LL DREAM FOR LIFE (68) R Cowell 3 9 0 ......... E J Walsh (3) 85 9 (5) L JACKIE SPARROW (34)(E) C Allen 3 9 0 ........ DOUBTFUL 74 10 (4) 3-0 LALANIA (27) S C Williams 3 9 0 ........................S De Sousa 91 11 (9) TILSWORTH PRISCA J R Jenkins 3 9 0 ...................L Jones 89 Star Betting: — 7-4 Burford Brown, 11-4 Dosc, 7-2 Ad Valorem Queen, 4 Lalania, 16 Dream For Life, 20 Tilsworth Prisca, 33 others. 2017: Cartographer 3 9 0, J P Spencer 4-9 Fav (M Meade), drawn (5), 6 ran. STARFORM: LALANIA DANGER: Dosc WELFARE HANDICAP 3.25 RACING Class 5 1m 3f 104yds (7 run) £3,752 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (6) 0000 SEAN O’CASEY (11)(CD,G) M Appleby 5 9 7 ..S De Sousa 95 (3) 336- FREE FORUM (232)(BF,C,G) D M Simcock 4 9 5 ...... J P Spencer 99 (2) 5251 WIDNES (50)(A)(T,V) A Bailey 4 9 4..Darragh Keenan (7) 90 (1) -443 SCOONES (20)(A)(P*) J Fanshawe 4 9 2 ............D Muscutt 96 (4) 0-65 BUSKIN RIVER (11)(S) J Eustace 4 9 1 ............S Donohoe 85 (5) 5015 ARABIAN OASIS (11)(A)(P) L McJannet 6 8 12 ....N Garbutt (3) 84 (7) 3612 GO ON GAL (20)(A) Miss J Feilden 5 8 9 ......Shelley Birkett (3) 92 Star Betting: — 11-4 Sean O’Casey, 7-2 Free Forum, 4 Scoones, 5 Widnes, 11-2 Go On Gal, 14 Arabian Oasis, Buskin River. 2017: Adjective 4 9 7, D Muscutt 2-1 JtFav (J Fanshawe), drawn (4), 6 ran. STARFORM: SCOONES DANGER: Widnes CHALETS OF HEMSBY H’CAP 3.55 SEADELL Class 6 1m 6f (15 runners) £3,105 1 (14) 2 (1) 3 (8) 4 (15) 5 (2) 6 (10) 7 (12) 8 (11) 9 (9) Free Stone Hill Remind Me Later French Crusader Lady Maleficent Isle Road Simply Lucky Newtown Boy (1) (2) (5) (6) (4) HANDICAP CHASE 5.35 NOVICES’ Class 4 (13 f) 2m (5 runners) SAYESSE (11)(D,A,G,S) M Channon 4 9 7 .............A Atzeni 94 MUJASSAM (12)(CD,D2,A,G,S)(B) D O’Meara 6 9 6 .....D Nolan 94 NOBLE STAR (224)(BF,D,A) J Fanshawe 5 9 6 ........G Wood (3) 99 KAESO (11)(G,S) N Tinkler 4 9 2 ..................L Edmunds (3) 87 CALL OUT LOUD (26)(BF,D6,A,S)(T,V) M Appleby 6 8 13 A Rawlinson 93 6 (8) 0600 SHYRON (13)(CD,D5,A,G)(B*) G Margarson 7 8 13 ....T Queally 88 7 (3) 1133 SONNET ROSE (22)(D2,A)(B,T) C Allen 4 8 9 ......R Havlin 94 8 (7) 0403 DARING GUEST (15)(CD,D,A,G) G Margarson 4 8 8 .J Mitchell 89 Star Betting: — 10-3 Noble Star, 4 Call Out Loud, Kaeso, 5 Sayesse, 6 Mujassam, 15-2 Sonnet Rose, 16 Daring Guest, 20 Shyron. 2017: Realize 7 9 8, J P Spencer 11-8 Fav (D M Simcock), drawn (6), 7 ran. STARFORM: MUJASSAM DANGER: Noble Star (STR) 4.55 HANDICAP Class 5 1m (7 runners) 1 2 3 4 (7) (6) (3) (2) £3,752 ENIGMATIC (125)(D2,A) A Bailey 4 9 9 .....Joshua Bryan (5) 94 KEEPUP KEVIN (J199)(D,S) Mrs P Sly 4 9 7...........J Fahy 91 SEYASAH (22)(C,S) C Wall 4 9 7.......................... T Queally 99 LUNAR DEITY (63)(CD,D8,A,F,G,S) S C Williams 9 9 4 C Rodriguez (3) 98 5 (5) L-43 SCREAMING GEMINI (22)(V*) R Varian 4 9 4 ......A Atzeni 98 6 (4) L605 KILBAHA LADY (2)(CD,D,A,G,S) N Tinkler 4 9 2 L Edmunds (3) 93 7 (1) -323 CRYPTONITE (20)(A,S)(P) M Appleby 4 8 11 A Rawlinson 94 Star Betting: — 3 Screaming Gemini, Seyasah, 9-2 Lunar Deity, 6 Cryptonite, Keepup Kevin, 8 Enigmatic, 14 Kilbaha Lady. 2017: King Oswald 4 8 7, R Powell 4-1 (J Unett), drawn (9), 7 ran. STARFORM: SEYASAH DANGER: Screaming Gemini 0-5L 335L4-1 -243 5.25 RACECOURSE HANDICAP 000- SWORD OF FATE (132)(G) Tom Lacey 5 11 12 ......N De Boinville 94 23-0 JOUEUR BRESILIEN (16)(B*,T*) Miss R Curtis 6 11 11....... A Wedge 87 335- COPPER WEST (93)(BF) T R George 7 11 6 Jonathan Burke 93 L3-2 FREE STONE HILL (16)(BF,G)(T) D Skelton 8 11 5H Skelton 99 F6-6 LE PRECIEUX (16) G L Moore 5 11 3 ............... A Glassonbury 86 Star Betting: — 6-4 Copper West, 7-4 Free Stone Hill, 5 Sword Of Fate, 13-2 Joueur Bresilien, 14 Le Precieux. STARFORM: FREE STONE WALL DANGER: Sword Of Fate HANDICAP CHASE 6.05 BETTINGODDS.COM Class 3 (19 fences) 3m (9 run) £7,153 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUR KAEMPFER (12)(D,G,S) C Longsdon 9 11 12 ....... Jonathan Burke 84 BALLYBOKER BREEZE (480)(D2,G,S) N Richards 10 11 7.....B Hughes 88 PLAISIR D’AMOUR (26)(G,S) Miss V Williams 6 11 7 D Jacob 88 MAESTRO ROYAL (59)(S) N Henderson 9 11 6 ...... J McGrath 99 NET WORK ROUGE (401)(D,G,S)(T,V) K Bailey 9 11 5D Bass 96 WORK DU BRETEAU (12)(G) D Skelton 8 11 4 ....... H Skelton 96 REMIND ME LATER (27)(G)(P*) G L Moore 9 11 0 H Teal (7) 90 BRIAN BORANHA (260)(D,G,S) P Niven 7 11 0 ...... H Brooke 89 ULIS DE VASSY (8)(BF,C3,G,S)(P) Laura Morgan 10 10 0 ....P Cowley (5) 93 LONG HANDICAP: Ulis De Vassy 9-6. Star Betting: — 7-2 Remind Me Later, 5 Our Kaempfer, Plaisir D’ Amour, 6 Maestro Royal, 13-2 Net Work Rouge, 8 others STARFORM: BALLYBOKER BREEZE D: Net Work Rouge 06-5 210/ PL31141L1/ LL-P 322421-233 NOVICES’ HURDLE 6.35 BETTINGODDS.COM Class 4 (11 fli) 2m 4f (4 run) £4,094 1 2 LL1- EARLSHILL (27)(S) Stuart Edmunds 7 11 5.............T J O’Brien 95 52-1 FRENCH CRUSADER (17)(G,S) N Henderson 5 11 5 N De Boinville 99 P- BORN A SAINT (119)(P*) Laura Morgan 5 10 12.......P Cowley (5) 65 560- HELMSLEY LAD (158)(S) Ruth Jefferson 7 10 12 .....B Hughes 95 Star Betting: — 8-15 French Crusader, 9-4 Earlshill, 7 Helmsley Lad, 150 Born A Saint. STARFORM: FRENCH CRUSADER DANGER: Earlshill 3 4 ‘NATIONAL HUNT’ NOVICES’ HDL 7.05 MARES’ Class 4 (9 flights) 2m (4 run) £4,094 1 2 3 4 52-3 GRANIA O’MALLEY (16)(P*) E Williams 5 10 12....... A Wedge 98 0 LADY INGLEBY (16) C Longsdon 8 10 12 ..... Jonathan Burke 77 0P-6 MINI DREAMS (11)(T) P Atkinson 6 10 12 .......... F O’Toole (3) 92 05-2 LADY MALEFICENT (13) D Skelton 4 10 8............... H Skelton 99 Star Betting: — 4-7 Lady Maleficent, 7-4 Grania O’Malley, 16 Lady Ingleby, 20 Mini Dreams. STARFORM: LADY MALEFICENT D: Grania O’Malley HURDLE 7.35 HANDICAP Class 5 (11 flights) 2m 4f (10 run) £3,119 1 23544/ MISTER KALANISI (809) Class 6 7f (13 runners) Sara Ender 9 12 3 ........N Moscrop (5) 76 2 5P41-2 BENTONS LAD (12)(BF,CD,G)(P) M Walford 7 11 12..... Miss E Todd (5) 99 3 /PPPP- BALLYTHOMAS (79)(G)(P) D Thompson 11 11 6 ...........H Brooke 77 4 L566-5 LADY VITESSE (13)(H) M Keighley 5 11 6 ............. R Johnson 85 5 PLLU-P WOLFSLAIR (18)(G)(H) D Thompson 7 11 5 .......... C O’Farrell 74 6 £3,105 63/55- FOUR MILE BEACH (F132)(V) Ruth Jefferson 5 11 5A Blakemore (7) 89 7 5U0L-P FRANZ KLAMMER (14) C Longsdon 6 11 4 ...Jonathan Burke 80 8 40LP-3 WEST TO CROSSGALES (13) Aces WHICH PLAYERS TILT? Listen, everybody can get tilted -- even the greats like Phil Ivey, whose slack-jawed table face is about as blank as a draw-ityourself greetings card before you pick up the pens. Some players have a higher threshold for tilt than others. Some players will tilt at the slightest thing -- they are just prickly and ready to take offence at the world for any perceived slight. Most players can take a few bad beats and not let it get to them too badly -- even when they are taunted about it. But if the bad beats and river card suck-outs keep coming and are then followed by a card-dead period of being dealt terrible cards, which prevents any opportunity of recovery, it can wear down even the most optimistic of players. BEWARE TILT MONSTER Remember that players can come to the table already tilted. They don’t realise it, but they are carrying a bubble of tilt from their crappy day, or from a bust-up they had with their signiﬁcant other. Then it only takes a straw of perceived bad luck at the poker table to break the camel’s back and unleash the tilt monster! Drugs, alcohol, tiredness, diet, hunger, thirst, discomfort, physical pain, or illness -- there are many factors that can increase a player’s likelihood of tilting. Whenever it happens though, it manifests as a lack of concentration and poor decisions made at the table -- so you want to guard against it if you are to play your best. C Pogson 7 11 0 ................. A Pogson 85 9 1LPL-1 ISLE ROAD (4)(D,G) J Riches 9 10 9 ............ Kielan Woods 85 10 L2/L-5 MY ANCHOR (12) A Day 7 10 6 ............. C Hammond (7) 76 Star Betting: — 8-13 Isle Road, 5 Bentons Lad, 10 Four Mile Beach, Lady Vitesse, 14 Wolfslair, 16 Ballythomas, 20 Mister Kalanisi, 25 others. STARFORM: ISLE ROAD DANGER: Bentons Lad 8.05 1 2 3 4 5 Marbella Slim BETTINGODDS.COM HANDICAP HURDLE Class 5 (13 flights) 3m (11 run) £3,119 MAKE ME A FORTUNE (13)(G,S)(P) S Gollings 10 12 0.....J McGrath 84 BOHER LAD (38)(CD2,D,G,S) A Phillips 11 11 12 .......S Sheppard (3) 87 GREY MONK (199)(G,S)(T,V) Sara Ender 10 11 10 .....N Moscrop (5) 76 VOLCAN SURPRISE (10)(G)(P) C Fryer 10 11 9.....Bridget Andrews 83 WITNESS (14)(BF,D,G,S) M Hammond 9 11 9 Miss Becky Smith (5) 83 6 60-2 EARCOMESTOM (18)(H) P Pritchard 6 11 3 .............T Bellamy 88 7 FF-P BLUE RHYTHM (16)(P) E Williams 6 11 3 .................. A Wedge 83 8 41/1 SIMPLY LUCKY (17)(D,G) D Skelton 9 10 8 ............ H Skelton 99 9 L0-3 STONEBRIGG LEGEND (10)(P) Mrs S Humphrey 6 10 2 P Cowley (5) 80 10 P5P- CELESTIAL CHIMES (28) R Dickin 7 10 0..... C Hammond (7) 80 11 F0-2 THE LION MAN (10)(P) R Dickin 8 10 0............. L Murtagh (5) 83 LONG HANDICAP: Celestial Chimes 9-12, The Lion Man 9-6. Star Betting: — 5-6 Simply Lucky, 6 Witness, 8 Stonebrigg Legend, 9 Earcomestom, 10 The Lion Man, 12 Grey Monk, 16 Boher Lad, 20 others. STARFORM: EARCOMESTOM DANGER: Simply Lucky PP-0 4L4550/P-P 61-0 OPEN NH FLAT RACE 8.35 STANDARD Class 5 2m (7 runners) 1 1 (7) -L61 MOI AUSSIE (7)(CD3,D,A,F,G)(P) M Appleby 5 9 11(6ex) K Lundie (5) 97 2 (9) 1141 LIMERICK LORD (20)(D2,A)(P) Miss J Feilden 6 9 8 Shelley Birkett (3) 90 3 (5) 10-0 DECIDING VOTE (26)(BF,C,S) C Wall 4 9 7 ... G Wood (3) 92 4 (4) 0-42 SLOW TO HAND (7)(BF,CD,G)(B) W Jarvis 4 9 6 ..... J P Spencer 99 5 (3) 0530 HIPZ (14)(D2,A,G,S) G Margarson 7 9 6 .................R Havlin 91 6 (12) -0L0 GULLAND ROCK (23)(D4,A,G) A Carson 7 9 5 ... G Mosse 84 7 (1) -5L4 LA ISLA BONITA (22)(D,A)(P) Richard Spencer 4 9 5 S Donohoe 85 8 (11) 0040 VINCENZO COCCOTTI (16)(C,D2,A,G) K C-Brown 6 9 0 Joshua Bryan (5) 89 9 (2) 500- CAMARADORIE (172) Mrs L Pearce 4 8 11 .........J Mitchell 86 10 (13) 0546 WILD ACCLAIM (7)(T,V) P McEntee 4 8 8 .....Darragh Keenan (7) 84 11(10) -LL0 NOREENA (22) P D’Arcy 4 8 7 .............................E Greatrex 89 12 (8) 50-0 PERCY TOPLIS (41)(G)(P) Mrs C Dunnett 4 8 7 .....L Jones 78 13 (6) -0LL CLASSIC FLYER (12)(A,G)(H,V) Mrs C Dunnett 6 8 7 ..... J Quinn 85 LONG HANDICAP: Noreena 8-6, Percy Toplis 8-6, Classic Flyer 8-6. Star Betting: — 2 Slow To Hand, 5 Moi Aussie, 11-2 Limerick Lord, 13-2 Deciding Vote, 9 La Isla Bonita, 12 Hipz, 16 Camaradorie, Gulland Rock, Vincenzo Coccotti, Wild Acclaim, 25 others. 2017: Moi Aussie 4 9 4, S De Sousa 6-4 (M Appleby), drw (8), 8 ran. STARFORM: SLOW TO HAND DANGER: Moi Aussie £4,614 1 2 3 4 5 £5,531 2024 4123 32414-5 4622 ALL THE GOING: GOOD STRICTLY ART (30)(A,G) A Bailey 5 9 8 .......... T Clark (3) 90 MAX LIEBERMANN (13)(V*) J Ryan 4 9 7 ........... G Mosse 87 KERRE (25)(P*) W Jarvis 4 9 5 ......................... J P Spencer 89 CARACAS (25) Kevin Frost 4 9 4 ........................ DOUBTFUL 86 MALT TEASER (22) J Best 4 9 4 .............................R Havlin 86 BAILARICO (8)(G) W Greatrex 5 9 1(6ex)...........E Greatrex 99 DIANA LADY (21) L McJannet 6 8 13 ............ N Garbutt (3) 83 OYSTER CARD (25)(A)(V) M Appleby 5 8 12 ...... T Queally 88 SHAN DUN NA NGALL (20)(A)(B,T) Miss Amy Murphy 7 8 9 L De Souza 88 10 (5) 50-L ARTIC NEL (23) I Williams 4 8 9 ..........................G Downing 86 11(13) -L04 NAVAJO GREY (21)(P) R Brisland 4 8 9........... G Wood (3) 89 12 (6) /043 WHAT A PARTY (20)(C,A,G)(P) Miss G Kelleway 6 8 9 Aaron Jones (3) 92 13 (4) 5000 MISTRESS VIZ (39) Sarah Hollinshead 4 8 7 Darragh Keenan (7) 82 14 (3) -050 CECILATOR (34)(P) Noel Williams 4 8 7 ..................L Jones 82 15 (7) 0-LL RIPPER STREET (7)(H) Mrs C Dunnett 4 8 7 ..........J Quinn 79 LONG HANDICAP: Mistress Viz 8-6, Cecilator 8-6, Ripper Street 8-6. Star Betting: — 2 Bailarico, 13-2 Kerre, 15-2 What A Party, 10 Max Liebermann, 11 Shan Dun Na Ngall, 12 Artic Nel, 14 others. 2017: Graceful Lady 4 9 6, J F Egan 4-1 (R Eddery), drawn (12), 11 ran. STARFORM: BAILARICO DANGER: Diana Lady 1 2 3 4 5 Sword Of Fate Maestro Royal Earlshill Grania O’Malley Isle Road The Lion Man Palixandre PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS: Left-handed turf course of nine furlongs, the fences are fairly easy. TOP TRAINERS: (with runners) D Skelton 29 winners, (21.3% strike rate), -£3.50, T R George 25, (32.1%), -£3.75, C Longsdon 19, (20.4%), -£0.75, N Henderson 14, (25.5%), +£7.13, K Bailey 11, (17.7%), +£3.00, M Keighley 8, (15.4%), -£7.00. -0L0 -654 6036 6455 2000 0L-1 50-4 611L L-06 4.25 HANDICAP Class 4 7f (8 runners) STAR TIP 5.35 6.05 6.35 7.05 7.35 8.05 8.35 £2,274 F2L/ DELIVERINGPROMISES (641) Joanne Thomason-Murphy 6 11 2 J Bowen (3) 95 2 2- NEWTOWN BOY (28)(BF) A King 5 11 2 ..................T Bellamy 95 3 RUSTY FOX Mrs P Sly 5 11 2 ...............................Kielan Woods 80 4 EASTER ERIC D Pipe 4 10 12 .............................. T Scudamore 99 5 GENIUS H Whittington 4 10 12 .................................. H Bannister 93 6 0-4# MUFTAKKER (12) J Norton 4 10 12 .............C McCormack (3) 92 7 PALIXANDRE N Henderson 4 10 12 ....................N De Boinville 98 Star Betting: — 5-6 Palixandre, 15-8 Newtown Boy, 9 Genius, 11 Muftakker, Easter Eric, 33 Rusty Fox, 80 Deliveringpromises. STARFORM: NEWTOWN BOY DANGER: Palixandre FREE BET FREEROLLS EVERY THURSDAY! STAR WINNER LOVING IT 485 years ago, today, King Henry the VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon was annulled. Hmm, think we’d better counter that historic divorce with some lovey-dovey good luck at StarWins. com, where YOU could get romantic with big cash wins on games like ‘Dream Date’, ‘Romeo & Juliet’, and ‘Immortal Romance’! WWW.STARWINS.CO.UK 39 40 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 EVENING RESULTS HEXHAM 6.00: 1, KICK ON DOTTIE (J Hamilton 11-4); 2, The Paddy Pie (28-1); 3, Macardle (5-2 fav). 6l, 11/4l. 14 ran. Ruth Jefferson. Tote: £3.80; pl £1.90, £7.20, £1.10. Exacta: £62.10. Trifecta: £248.10. CSF: £74.48. 6.30: 1, SLEEP IN FIRST (B Hughes 2-1 fav); 2, Reverse The Charge (10-1); 3, Indian Voyage (7-2). 1/2l, 23/4l. 9 ran. J Ewart. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.40, £2.40, £1.40. Exacta: £19.70. Tricast: £65.47. Trifecta: £86.00. CSF: £21.08. 7.00: 1, ANDHAAR (B Campbell 11-2); 2, Lawtop Legend (14-1); 3, Copt Hill (33-1). 7-2 jtfav Dizoard, 7-2 jtfav Chanceiton. 8l, 41/2l. 11 ran. N Alexander. Tote: £5.90; pl £2.10, £4.40, £6.10. Exacta: £87.90. Tricast: £2278.00. Trifecta: £830.00. CSF: £74.42. 7.30: 1, BAFANA BLUE (D Irving 11-2); 2, Court Painter (141); 3, Eager To Know (9-1). 7-2 jtfav Next Level, 7-2 jtfav Bennachie. 1l, 5l. 11 ran. M Barnes. Tote: £5.00; pl £1.50, £4.70, £3.70. Exacta: £74.30. Tricast: £677.84. Trifecta: £581.00. CSF: £72.67. 8.00: 1, MR SNOOZY (Miss E Todd 5-1); 2, Red Ochre (11-2); 3, Card Game (13-8 fav). nk, hd. 6 ran. M Walford. Tote: £5.10; pl £1.70, £2.80. Exacta: £27.60. Trifecta: £88.60. CSF: £30.17. 8.30: 1, INCHCOLM (A P Cawley 7-2); 2, Spinning Scooter (6-1); 3, Rising Marienbard (3-1). 2-1 fav Robins Legend. 13/4l, 23/4l. 6 ran. M Hammond. Tote: £5.10; pl £2.10, £2.30. Exacta: £19.20. Trifecta: £81.80. CSF: £23.60. 9.00: 1, BACK TO BALLOO (R Winks 8-1); 2, Rock N’stones (9-2); 3, Cherry Princess (33-1). 11-4 fav Oishin. 2l, 5l. 11 ran. P Winks. Tote: £7.00; pl £2.60, £2.00, £6.30. Exacta: £43.50. Tricast: £1131.94. CSF: £43.63. QUADPOT: £253.20 PLACEPOT: £2,159.90 LION READY TO ROAR HUNTINGDON 5.40: 1, MON PORT (R Johnson 13-8); 2, Lion Rouge (20-1); 3, The Captain (25-1). evens fav Hatcher. 7l, 8l. 8 ran. Olly Murphy. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10, £5.30, £5.50. Exacta: £53.40. Trifecta: £1111.90. CSF: £33.89. 6.10: 1, STUCCODOR (P Brennan 25-1); 2, St George’s Oval (5-1); 3, Elysian Prince (15-2). evens fav Spader. 3l, 6l. 10 ran. C Dore. Tote: £22.80; pl £4.70, £2.00, £2.80. Exacta: £214.70. Tricast: £1048.06. Trifecta: £1039.00. CSF: £142.80. NR: Give Him Time, Pension Madness, Silva Samourai. 6.40: 1, ROBERT’S STAR (N De Boinville 5-6 fav); 2, Lucky Jim (9-2); 3, The Ogle Gogle Man (5-2). 15l, 38l. 4 ran. M Bradstock. Tote: £1.70; Exacta: £3.20. Trifecta: £5.90. CSF: £5.06. NR: Finula. 7.10: 1, READY AND ABLE (A Coleman 16-1); 2, Whatthebutlersaw (16-1); 3, David’s Phoebe (11-1). 15-8 fav 1 Mellow Ben. 1 /2l, 5l. 9 ran. Jonjo O’Neill. Tote: £19.10; pl £4.00, £3.60, £3.60. Exacta: £206.00. Tricast: £2921.90. Trifecta: £1026.40. CSF: £231.17. NR: Guards Chapel, Trafalgar Rock. 7.40: 1, CANYOURINGME BACK (J M Davies 11-4); 2, Oakidoaki (9-1); 3, Chateau Robin (5-1). 13-8 fav Charlie Papa Lima. 11/2l, 5l. 7 ran. N Gifford. Tote: £3.50; pl £1.70, £3.00. Exacta: £19.00. Tricast: £116.09. Trifecta: £89.40. CSF: £25.49. NR: Mahlerdramatic, Not A Role Model. 8.10: 1, AVIATOR (J Quinlan 14-1); 2, Night Generation (16-1); 3, Tiger Twenty Two (25-1). 5-4 fav Frankie Rapper. 1l, 6l. 7 ran. J Eustace. Tote: £9.10; pl £4.00, £7.00. Exacta: £179.20. Tricast: £5417.59. Trifecta: Not won. CSF: £183.16. NR: Justification, Marvellous Monty. 8.40 abandoned due to insufficient daylight. QUADPOT: £698.00 PLACEPOT: £42,608.60 TRAINER John Gosden conﬁrmed Roaring Lion is being aimed at the Investec Derby on Saturday week. Gosden had toyed with the idea of running his impressive Dante Stakes winner in the French Derby but revealed that owners, Qatar Racing want to run in the Epsom Classic. “Look, I’m very clear he paid Saxon Warrior, the Derby favourite, a compliment after he beat us in the 2,000 Guineas,” said Gosden, who enjoyed Derby success with Golden Horn (2015) and Benny The Dip (1997). “You need speed in the Derby and this horse has a high cruising speed. “I hope we can get back to the form that he showed when he ﬁnished second to Saxon Warrior in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster last year.” Cracksman, third in last year’s Derby behind Wings Of Eagles for Gosden, is on course for next Friday’s Coronation Cup. The Newmarket trainer blamed the Dartford Tunnel for not bringing Lah Ti Dar, favourite for the Oaks, to Epsom yesterday for a gallop which he has done with his past Derby and Oaks winners. “I just felt six hours in a horsebox in this heat and probably getting held up in the Dartford Tunnel, was too much for a ﬁlly just 10 days before the race,” said Gosden. “She has the right proﬁle and is crying out ® by CHRIS GOULDING for a mile and a half. She’s very much like her mother.” Gosden is hoping Lah Ti Dar can make up for her mother’s misfortune. “Her mother (Dar Re Mi) was actually going for the Oaks but she was walking past Sir Mark Prescott’s yard, and someone was gunning up a lawn mower and she spun round, went down and was lame and had to miss the race.” Frankie Dettori will partner the ﬁlly, along with Cracksman, but has yet to secure a ride in the Derby. However, he might ﬁnd himself on Young Rascal. After Young Rascal stretched his legs at Epsom yesterday his trainer William Haggas was unsure if the colt’s regular rider James Doyle would be taking the ride. “He might be required for Mark Johnston (trainer of Dee Ex Bee),” said Haggas. “I have someone in mind but I’m not saying.” Haggas, successful with Shaamit in the 1996 Derby, was talking up the chances of Young Rascal who would be a ﬁtting winner as he is owned by Bernard Kantor, the managing director of race sponsor. “I do think he’s got a chance,” said Haggas. Clive Cox also gave punters plenty of encouragement after his Oaks ﬁlly Perfect Clarity also stretched her legs. “At 20-1, I think she’s a great each-way bet,” said Cox. “She has a lot going for and ticks all the right boxes.” ®Ê CLASS ACT: Roaring Lion will take his chance at Epsom ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S FIVE MEETINGS A - Ayr K - Kempton S - Southwell W - Warwick Y - Yarmouth Activial ...................... W 2.40 Ad Valorem Queen ...Y 2.55 Al Khan ......................A 3.35 Al Reeh ......................K 7.55 Alf ‘n’ Dor ................. W 3.15 Almanack...................K 8.25 Amanda’s Teddy.......K 6.25 Angelina D’Or ...........K 5.55 Arabian Oasis ...........Y 3.25 Artic Nel.....................Y 3.55 Atwaar........................K 6.55 Avonmore ................. W 5.15 Ay Ay .........................K 7.25 Bailarico ....................Y 3.55 Ballyboker Breeze ....S 6.05 Ballythomas ..............S 7.35 Barbados Blue ......... W 5.15 Be Bold ......................A 2.30 Bentons Lad..............S 7.35 Berkeley Vale ............K 8.25 Berlios .......................A 3.05 Birds Of Prey ............K 7.25 Black Sam Bella....... W 2.40 Blue Rhythm .............S 8.05 Bobs Authority .........A 2.00 Boher Lad..................S 8.05 Bookmaker ................K 8.25 Born A Saint..............S 6.35 Brendan .....................A 2.30 Brian Boranha...........S 6.05 Burford Brown ..........Y 2.55 CENTRAL PARK Buskin River .............Y Buzz ...........................K Call Out Loud ............Y Call To Order............ W Camaradorie..............Y Capitoul .................... W Caracas......................Y Caramuru...................K Casement ..................K Cat Royale .................K Cecilator ....................Y Celestial Chimes.......S Chaleur ......................K Change Maker ...........K Charleston Belle .......K Cheeni........................A Chetan .......................K Chinese Spirit ...........A Classic Flyer .............Y Climb Aboard ............K Club Wexford ............A Commodore Barry ... W Company Asset ........A Controversial Lady ...K Copper West .............S Cosmelli.....................K Cosmic Ray ...............A Cryptonite..................Y Crystal Blade ............K Culm Counsellor...... W Dame Freya Stark .....A Dance Teacher ..........K Dandy Dan................ W Daring Guest .............Y 7.25 8.25 2.10 5.25 5.15 8.35 2.00 3.55 6.25 8.25 8.25 6.25 2.55 5.05 2.20 7.55 6.25 2.55 7.25 8.55 8.25 5.05 8.05 6.35 8.35 5.55 4.05 8.25 4.55 2.20 3.45 4.35 2.30 2.30 Fire Fighting..............K Fire Leopard..............A Fortune And Glory....K Four Mile Beach........S Franz Klammer .........S Freddy With A Y .......K Free Forum................Y Free Stone Hill ..........S French Crusader.......S Gaelic Wizard ............A General Patton ..........Y Genius .......................S Go On Gal..................Y Golconda Prince .......A Goninodaethat ..........A Gracious George ......K Grania O’Malley ........S Grey Monk .................S Guerrilla Tactics ...... W Guiding Star ..............A Gulland Rock ............Y Gworn ........................A Helmsley Lad ............S Helovaplan ................A Hilight ........................K Himself.......................K Hipz ............................Y Huntsmans Jog ....... W I Am Dandy................A Iconic Figure .............A Irish Octave .............. W Isle Road ...................S Jackie Sparrow .........Y Jawwaal .....................K ROMFORD (4) (3) (1) (5) (6) (5) (5) (5) (6) (6) (4) (2) MONMORE TOMS CASSIE (nb) (5)............. Millcroft Glory FLAGSTAFF (3).....................Minglers Vulcan WITTON HURRICANE (3) .Russanda Sabrina WITTON BLIZZARD (nap) (3) .......Stormy Vic BELLAGIO BLITZ (1) ............. Tromora Abbie CURRANREE JET (1) .................Tibetan Bolt MILLCROFT TED (2) ................Keady Choice TERRIFIC TINA (1) .................Sovereign King DIVENIRE (1) .................................Fahee Bell PROPER PEASANT (2) .....................Jitterish MOYAR SAL (2) ................ Custardthedragon REAGROVE MARJ (2) ........Cabra Snowflake 11.09 BORWICK HAPPY (1) ........... Missile Melody (3) 11.24 SUIRVIEW POPPY (5) .............. Cyril Squirrel (4) 11.39 BLACKTHORN BRIDE (5) ....... Halls Charlie (2) 11.54 SNEEZYS EILEEN (4) .......Underground Pixi (6) 12.09 TO TONE BECKS (6) .................Ants Impact (2) 12.24 SWIFT LABROS (4) .......................Its Bimbo (3) 12.39 HEAVENLY CAROLYN (nb) (2) ... Sneezys Tango (6) 12.54 BENNOS BOOM (nap) (4) .........Barra Tanza (1) 1.08 BABY AL (5) .................................. Barra Sally (4) 1.22 POKER SCHOOL (4) ........................Chilli Ash (5) 1.39 PERNERA NIDGE (6) ............... Cozzys Fozzy (1) 1.57 HEADLEYS LILY (4) .....................Kojo Storm (5) HOVE BALLYMAC CINDIE (5) .......... Barrack Jamie (2) DROOPYS AVIOR (6) ..............Rattling Moon (3) BARBICAN ANGEL (nap) (3)... Droopys Fafe (4) PENNYS BUBBLES (5) ............ Skyfall Buster (2) RUTHS DIAMOND (nb) (6) ...Quarterland Ava (2) WHITEHOUSE MO (6) ............. Droopys Fund (2) GERALDINES BOY (6) .......... Swift Melampe (1) BALLINAKILL ELMO (3) ......... Rock It Aleera (4) MANKOYA SPOT (4) .............Mitchells Angel (1) SUNGLOW (4) ............................. Final Solow (5) ALLOWDALE BOSS (3) ..............Keeleys Girl (6) TUTTLES VEGA (1) ................ Hershel Gibbs (5) NO NAUGHTY NAMES (4)....Relentless Joey (6) GLIDEAWAY WONDER (3)Druids Some Plan (5) DONCASTER 6.27 6.47 7.03 7.18 7.34 7.51 8.06 8.23 8.38 8.54 9.11 9.26 Dash Of Spice ...........K De Little Engine ........K Dead Right ............... W Deciding Vote ...........Y Delayed Reaction .... W Deliveringpromises ..S Devil’s Angel .............A Diana Lady ................Y Distant Chimes .........K Divine Messenger .....K Dor’s Law ..................K Dories Delight ...........K Dosc ...........................Y Dose ...........................A Dragon Kuza .............Y Dragons Voice ..........K Dream Catching ........K Dream For Life ..........Y Dubai Horizon ...........K Duke Of North ...........K Dukes Meadow .........K Dwight D ....................A Earcomestom ............S Earlshill......................S Easter Eric.................S Elusif ..........................K Elysian Flyer .............A Embankment .............K Enigmatic ..................Y Equiano Perle ...........Y Eskendash................ W Euro Nightmare ........A Eva Docc ...................A Fintry Flyer ................A GREYHOUNDS 11.01 FARLEIGH RISE (nap) (6)....... Edenvale Vic 11.16 GET THERE PEPPA (2) .......... Orbital Force 11.31 GLENSIDE ROSEY (6) .....Monemore Velvet 11.46 BEEFY BOY (nb) (1).............Forgotten Hero 12.01 ELMWOOD STREET (2) ................Black Ice 12.16 EL CALA (4) ...................... Run On Rigadoo 12.31 DENWILL ROOSTER (2) .......Jumeirah Tara 12.46 MOYAR RANGER (6) ..........Theos Treasure 1.01 KENTISH DREAM (4) .................. Annual Talk 1.16 NOMONEYMRSCOFFEY (4) Black Jack Davy 1.31 ICECOOL KINGO (2) .............. Ive Got Thegift 1.49 TYRUR MERLYN (3) ............Designer Deejay 2.06 2.22 2.42 3.02 3.19 3.39 3.59 4.19 4.39 4.58 5.18 5.37 5.54 6.09 3.25 7.25 4.25 2.40 5.25 4.15 3.55 7.25 7.55 8.25 3.55 8.05 6.55 5.55 8.55 3.05 8.55 5.05 5.25 6.25 3.35 2.10 4.35 5.55 5.35 7.25 3.35 4.55 6.25 4.45 2.00 7.55 3.15 4.25 2.12 2.32 2.52 3.11 3.29 3.49 4.09 4.29 4.48 5.08 5.28 5.44 6.02 6.19 IMAGINARY IMPACT (2) ....... Astute Torpedo QUAVER AVA (4) ........................ Katusha Kid BRICKFIELD SOOTY (3) ............Tullig Cruise CLASSIC TUNE (4) .....................Out On Bale NEWINN BUCKS (5) ................ Misterin Zippy SUIRVIEW BORIS (3) ................ Gemini Angel MOVING BREEZE (nb) (6) ................Albertosi NODS BENJY (4) ............... Fernandog Torres CLAUDES SYDNEY (nap) (2) .Adamant Reba TOKYO JOE (4) .................. Crack Of Thunder JOKEISOVER (2)............................ Front Step HIGHVIEW GIFT (5) .......................Binky Blue CHASIN PAVEMENTS (2) ....... Redstar Poppy WEIGHBRIDGE SKY (2) .............. Astra Moon (4) (5) (4) (5) (6) (2) (3) (3) (5) (2) (3) (4) (1) (5) SUNDERLAND RPGTV (4) (6) (2) (2) (5) (4) (3) (4) (5) (1) (6) (1) 6.28 6.48 7.06 7.22 7.37 7.52 8.07 8.22 8.37 8.51 9.07 9.22 GLASHEEN FAYE (6) .............Footfield Frano BALLYMARTIN NINA (2) ....Glenthornheather PRESS REWIND (nb) (3).........Hardwick Chief VIOLETS ROSE (6) .............. Haggswood Ken JUMEIRAH JON (6) .....................Ogalla Zippy PANTHERS DANCER (1) .........Abbys Attitude CAPPAGH TESS (4) ................ Howsyourcow RUN RIVER RUN (1) ............ Clontemple Diva CALLAS MARIA (6) .................Killeacle Matic BALMORAL LEONIE (3) ...... Crossfield Diane CABRA JOKER (nap) (4) ............. Cairns Cilla STEEPLE RD JOHN (6) ..............Mill Mauricio 7.25 5.05 8.55 7.35 7.35 8.25 3.25 5.35 6.35 3.05 2.55 8.35 3.25 5.40 3.05 8.25 7.05 8.05 4.45 3.05 5.25 5.05 6.35 3.35 6.25 7.55 5.25 5.15 3.05 3.05 4.45 7.35 2.55 6.25 Jessie Allan...............A Jet Streaming............A John Honeyman .......A Joueur Bresilien .......S Joyful Dream.............K Kaanoon ....................K Kaeso .........................Y Kapstadt ................... W Keepup Kevin ...........Y Kerre ..........................Y Kharbetation .............A Kilbaha Lady .............Y Kingston Kurrajong..K Kiwi Bay ....................A Koybig .......................A La Isla Bonita ............Y La Pelosa...................K Lady Ingleby .............S Lady Maleficent ........S Lady Mazie ................K Lady Vitesse .............S Lalania .......................Y Le Precieux ...............S Leading Spirit ...........Y Legends Of War ........Y Level Of Intensity .... W Lily’s Prince ..............A Limerick Lord............Y Lithic ......................... W Lolita Pulido ..............K Looking For Carl.......K Lord Guest ................Y Lunar Deity................Y Macho Guest .............Y Maestro Royal ...........S Magillen .....................K Make Me A Fortune ..S Malt Teaser................Y Malton Rose ............. W March Is On .............. W Mardy Gras................A Maulesden May .........A Max Liebermann .......Y Merarani.....................K Mersey .......................K Mini Dreams ..............S Mister Kalanisi ..........S Mister Universum .... W Mistress Viz...............Y Mo Henry ...................A Moi Aussie ................Y Molans Mare..............A Moltoir........................K Monsieur Jimmy .......A More Than This .........A Motajaasid .................K Muftakker...................S Mujassam ..................Y Multitask ....................K Must See The Doc ....A My Anchor .................S My Maharani..............K Mystic Sky ................ W Naples Bay ................A Narjes.........................K Navajo Grey ..............Y Net Work Rouge .......S New Abbey Angel .....A 6.05 7.55 8.05 3.55 2.40 2.10 3.05 5.05 3.55 6.55 6.55 7.05 7.35 3.45 3.55 2.30 5.25 2.30 5.55 5.40 2.00 6.25 8.35 4.25 8.55 2.00 7.35 6.55 3.45 3.05 8.55 3.55 6.05 5.40 Newtown Boy ............S Nietzsche .................. W Noble Gift ..................K Noble Star .................Y Noreena .....................Y Okotoks .................... W On Route ...................K Oriental Lilly..............A Our Kaempfer ...........S Oyster Card ...............Y Ozzie The Oscar ...... W Paco’s Prince ............K Palixandre .................S Palmerston ................A Percy Toplis ..............Y Perfect Pastime ........K Petitioner ...................K Pharaway View ........ W Phoenix Star .............Y Pike Corner Cross ....K Pinctada.....................K Plaisir D’Amour ........S Plant Pot Power ........K Plough Boy ...............A Polly Glide .................A Powerallied................A Prazeres.....................A Prime Minister...........K Psychocandy ........... W Pudding Chare ..........A Pullman Brown .........A Red Gunner ...............K Remember Rocky .....A 8.35 3.45 7.25 4.25 5.25 3.15 6.55 4.05 6.05 3.55 4.15 5.55 8.35 5.05 5.25 8.55 7.25 5.15 2.20 7.55 6.55 6.05 7.55 4.05 4.35 4.05 3.05 5.55 4.45 5.40 5.05 8.55 5.40 Remember The Days ....A Remind Me Later ......S Reshaan.....................K Ripper Street .............Y Rippling Waters ........A Rising.........................A Rock N Rolla .............A Rocky’s Treasure .... W Roodeparis ................K Rosemay....................A Ross Raith Rover .....K Rossetti .................... W Royal Regent ............A Ruby Cherub .............A Rusty Fox ..................S Safe Waters ...............K San Benedeto .......... W San Donato ...............Y Sarangoo ...................K Sayem ........................K Sayesse .....................Y Scenic Lady ..............K Scoones.....................Y Screaming Gemini ....Y Scrutiny .....................A Sea Millions...............K Sean O’Casey ...........Y Serosevsky............... W Seyasah .....................Y Shan Dun Na Ngall ...Y Shanghai Silver ........K Shyron .......................Y Sienna Dream ...........A WINNERS AND PRICES CENTRAL PARK 11.09: Dixies Flight (6) 4-5 fav, Train Scone (1) 8-1, bf: £9.12, tri: (6-1-3) £23.62. 11.24: Tiger Duke (1) 6-1, Galeforce Patch (2) 3-1, bf: £25.59, tri: (1-2-4) £90.12. 11.39: Quare Maid (2) 2-1 fav, O Bi One (4) 4-1, bf: £12.32, tri: (2-4-3) £26.89. 11.54: Aloe Dear Boy (6) 4-1, Sign Onyx (1) 6-4 fav, NR: Hollyoak Ellsa (res), bf: £13.81, tri: (6-1-2) £0.00. 12.09: Glencorbry Mac (3) 7-1, Sourhill Leaha (1) 10-3, bf: £35.59, tri: (3-1-5) £89.52. 12.24: Feora Pandora (6) 9-2, Tiger Scarlet (1) 7-2, bf: £23.22, tri: (6-1-3) £63.06. 12.39: Dads Big Spot (4) 3-1, You Wana Dance (6) 3-1, bf: £14.46, tri: (4-6-1) £47.30. 12.54: Hollyoak Alder (6) 5-4 fav, Aulton Daddy (5) 5-1, bf: £9.00, tri: (6-5-3) £28.14. 1.08: Insane Hannah (2) 7-2, Coolanga Rose (3) 3-1, NR: Hollyoak Romeo (res), bf: £17.91, tri: (2-3-1) £43.83. 1.22: Cath Putkettleon (2) 5-1, Criterion (4) 9-4, bf: £24.04, tri: (2-4-6) £48.10. 1.39: King Bob (4) 2-1 fav, Hatfield Bally (6) 5-2, bf: £8.66, tri: (4-61) £17.07. 1.57: Sound Bites (6) 11-4, Penniless Penny (4) 7-2, bf: £15.11, tri: (6-4-5) £54.38. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £159.00, (Races 7-12) £64.40. CRAYFORD (1) (5) (1) (5) (4) (3) (5) (3) (1) (1) (1) (4) 2.30 4.35 5.40 5.35 8.25 6.25 4.25 4.15 4.55 3.55 3.35 4.55 7.55 5.40 3.35 5.25 6.55 7.05 7.05 6.55 7.35 2.55 5.35 2.20 2.20 3.45 2.30 5.25 3.15 6.55 5.55 2.55 4.55 2.55 11.01: Phone Book (2) 5-2 jtfav, Rogue Secret (4) 3-1, bf: £12.83, tri: (2-4-5) £29.88. 11.16: Call Him On (3) 3-1, Council Terrier (2) 2-1 fav, bf: £10.69, tri: (3-2-5) £30.00. 11.31: Nanny Win (6) 4-6 fav, Jokers Call (2) 4-1, (dd-ht 3rd), bf: £4.69, tri: (6-2-3) £6.85, (6-2-5) £11.24. 11.46: Deran Trader (3) 7-2, Madabout Cora (2) 7-2, bf: £18.86, tri: (3-2-5) £42.91. 12.01: Blundel Sugar (6) Evens fav, 5.05 6.05 5.55 3.55 4.35 5.05 3.35 2.40 6.25 5.40 8.55 3.45 3.35 2.30 8.35 5.55 4.15 2.20 8.55 7.55 4.25 6.55 3.25 4.55 5.40 6.25 3.25 2.10 4.55 3.55 7.25 4.25 2.30 Simbas Song.............A Simply Lucky ............S Sir Jamie ...................K Sister Sibyl ............... W Slow To Hand............Y Snowy Winter............A Sonnet Rose .............Y Southport ................. W Spirit Of Belle............K Star Cracker ..............A Star Of Vendome ......K Stonebrigg Legend...S Storm Fire ................ W Strictly Art .................Y Stringybark Creek ....K Strong Steps .............A Sword Of Fate ...........S Tanasoq .....................A Tangramm .................K Tara View.................. W Taras Way .................A Taurean Dancer ........K Teomaria....................A The Boss’s Dream ... W The Lion Man ............S The Warrior ...............K Thorntoun Care ........A Tiara Gold..................K Tilsworth Prisca........Y Tin Fandango ............K Titi Makfi ....................A Tivra ...........................A Tom’s Rock ...............K 3.05 8.05 8.25 3.15 5.25 4.35 4.25 4.45 7.55 3.05 5.55 8.05 5.15 3.55 8.25 3.35 5.35 4.05 7.25 3.15 2.30 5.55 5.40 4.45 8.05 7.55 5.05 6.25 2.55 6.25 4.35 2.30 7.55 Topology ...................K Trumps Up ................K Turban ...................... W Two Blondes .............A Ulis De Vassy ............S Unison ...................... W Utility......................... W Vice Marshal .............K Vincenzo Coccotti ....Y Viola Park ..................K Volcan Surprise ........S Wait For Me .............. W West To Crossgales .S Western Climate ...... W What A Party .............Y Widnes .......................Y Wild Acclaim .............Y Wild Dancer...............K Wild Hope ..................A William Hunter ..........K Wingingit ...................A Wiretap ......................Y Witness ......................S Wolfslair ....................S Work Du Breteau ......S Work In Progress..... W Yogiyogiyogi .............K Zahirah.......................Y Zain Star ....................K Zeshov .......................A Zihaam .......................A Zmhar.........................Y Zubayr....................... W 8.55 5.55 4.45 2.00 6.05 3.45 3.45 5.55 5.25 8.55 8.05 2.40 7.35 2.40 3.55 3.25 5.25 8.55 2.00 7.25 4.35 2.20 8.05 7.35 6.05 4.15 8.55 2.55 7.55 3.35 5.40 2.20 3.45 PETERBOROUGH RPGTV Snowdon Nora (2) 4-1, bf: £6.94, tri: (6-2-3) £13.59. 12.16: Tip Top Enable (2) 7-4, Clares Chief (6) 6-4 fav, bf: £5.20, tri: (2-6-1) £14.91. 12.31: Darkcat Menace (4) 7-2, Woof A Rhythm (6) 4-1, bf: £20.48, tri: (4-6-1) £70.34. 12.46: Coolruss Evo (4) 2-1, Crossgarcrainey (6) 6-1, bf: £15.27, tri: (4-6-1) £73.50. 1.01: Twilight Cloud (2) 5-2 fav, Pebbles Book (1) 3-1, bf: £11.03, tri: (2-1-6) £27.27. 1.16 Race Void. 1.31: Lord Kinsale (2) 5-1, Ballykevin Davy (4) 7-4 jt-fav, bf: £21.41, tri: (2-4-3) £39.46. 1.49: Lord Kilgraney (5) 9-2, Kelva Pennie (1) 5-2 jt-fav, bf: £23.00, tri: (5-1-2) £64.17. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £17.20, (Races 7-12) £56.90. HOVE 2.12: Thischapsinwork (6) 8-1, Beech Hill John (1) 5-1, bf: £49.58, tri: (6-1-5) £109.09. 2.32: Free Passage (6) 4-1, Totus Tommy (3) 5-2, bf: £19.41, tri: (6-3-5) £85.06. 2.52: There She Sails (5) 7-2, Mineola Duke (6) 5-4 fav, bf: £10.50, tri: (5-6-2) £31.10. 3.11: Cooly Amara (4) 7-4 fav, Ballylark Buzz (3) 6-1, bf: £13.65, tri: (4-3-1) £35.70. 3.29: Canvas Bond (4) Evens fav, Im Justa Madam (1) 6-1, bf: £8.93, tri: (4-1-2) £0.00. 3.49: Beanos Nell (3) 5-2, Gustys Brae (2) 6-4 fav, bf: £7.56, tri: (3-2-1) £20.36. 4.09: Caterham Rocker (3) 2-1 fav, Wheres Jake (1) 5-2, bf: £8.06, tri: (3-1-6) £18.73. 4.29: Crossfield James (6) 9-2, Millroad Taylor (4) 7-2, bf: £24.78, tri: (6-4-3) £0.00. 4.48: Isaacs Beauty (5) 4-1, Mallogs Suarez (1) 5-2 jt-fav, bf: £19.79, tri: (5-1-2) £48.96. 5.08: Nellie Oleson (5) 9-4 jt-fav, Sizzlers Ora (2) 3-1, bf: £11.25, tri: (5-23) £42.43. 5.28: Decorum (2) 3-1, Drumcove Oscar (6) 9-4 fav, bf: £13.37, tri: (2-6-4) £29.55. 5.44: Gemini Princess (3) 3-1, Babyface Owen (4) 9-4 fav, bf: £12.06, tri: (3-4-2) £30.14. 6.02: Sizzlers Gunboat (5) 9-4 fav, Kanturk Sister (3) 4-1, bf: £13.64, tri: (5-3-6) £40.65. 6.19: Harmonic Dancer (5) 5-1, Comeongetoff (1) 6-4, bf: £19.14, tri: (5-1-4) £42.79. MONMORE 2.06: Shovel It On (1) 3-1, Supreme Lisbon (2) 6-1, bf: £18.88, tri: (1-2-5) £57.46. 2.22: Tullymurry Wave (6) 5-1, Malbay Jet (3) 5-2 fav, bf: £22.73, tri: (6-3-1) £92.49. 2.42: Vicky Supernova (3) 3-1 co-fav, Emi Smurph (1) 3-1 co-fav, bf: £13.46, tri: (3-1-2) £45.49. 3.02: Claudios Hero (3) 2-1 jt-fav, Vicki Mac (2) 2-1 jt-fav, NR: Butcher Johnny (res), bf: £6.58, tri: (3-2-5) £0.00. 3.19: Rossestown Babe (4) 3-1, Fozzie Farouche (1) 7-2, bf: £16.26, tri: (4-1-6) £34.69. 3.39: Ballygunner Sky (1) 8-1, Go Jo Go (3) 5-2 jt-fav, bf: £35.06, tri: (1-3-4) £98.87. 3.59: Trache Lad (1) 4-1, Slaneyside Dawn (2) 7-2, bf: £17.84, tri: (1-2-4) £41.33. 4.19: Slaneyside Mavis (1) 11-4 jt-fav, Vanstones Jo (4) 11-4 jtfav, bf: £12.04, tri: (1-4-2) £36.88. 4.39: Narabane Bullet (1) 2-1 fav, Rushmoor Willow (2) 5-1, bf: £11.19, tri: (1-2-6) £37.92. 4.58: Bookem Rocket (3) 5-1, Large Shilling (4) 3-1, bf: £24.21, tri: (3-4-1) £71.30. 5.18: Havana Twiggy (6) 5-1, Gurtnacrehy Sean (2) 6-1, bf: £41.45, tri: (6-23) £105.39. 5.37: Killinan Prince (2) 5-2 jt-fav, Kranky Scott (1) 7-2, bf: £11.89, tri: (2-1-3) £27.19. 5.54: Droopys Jubilee (4) 5-4 fav, Jays Gangster (5) 6-1, bf: £10.33, tri: (4-5-6) £41.80. 6.09: Rattling Star (1) 11-4 fav, Yer One (4) 7-2, bf: £13.98, tri: (1-4-3) £38.76. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £81.50, (Races 9-14) £234.00. 6.22 (A5) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 5152 Truly Handsome (sa ro)............. 26.46 6415 Deja Diablo (ep ro) .................... 26.54 4651 Waspinspace (rl ro) ................... 26.59 1312 RAHYVIRA HOPE (md ep) ....... 26.65 2412 Frisby Oliver (wd ro) ................ 26.49 2143 Burgess Cutie (wd ro)................ 26.81 Star betting: 9-4 Rahyvira Hope, 11-4 Truly Handsome, 3 Frisby Oliver, 5 Deja Diablo. 6.38 (A2) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 1355 Pardypardypardy (sa ro) ............ 26.20 4516 Optimistic Lady (rl ro) ................ 26.17 4313 Blue Daddy (md ro) .................. 26.52 1622 Easily Pleased (md ep) ............. 25.91 1445 Flemish Bond (wd ro) ................ 26.36 1 21 LORD JOHN (NAP) (sa fw) ...... 26.26 Star betting: 7-4 Blue Daddy, 11-4 Flemish Bond, 7-2 Easily Pleased. 6.56 (A3) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 6542 Shift Laugh Lee (rl ro)................ 26.41 6521 FRISBY DONNY (rl ep) ............. 26.48 1624 Pacific Deirdre (rl ro) ................. 26.33 332 Woe Kit (wd ep) ........................ 26.73 146 Reality Train (sa fw) .................. 26.38 5165 Boreen Rose (wd ro) ................. 26.43 Star betting: 5-2 Woe Kit, 3 Pacific Deirdre, 4 Frisby Donny, Reality Train. 7.11 (A4) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 3225 Fagans Katie (sa fw) ................. 26.34 2135 Ballymac Eoin (sa ro) ................ 26.39 2141 HEY MICKEYMORR (sa fw) ..... 26.40 6142 Lemming Flint (wd ro).............. 26.41 2334 Admiral Lady (sa fw).................. 26.41 6164 Fenview Pride (wd ro) ............... 26.39 Star betting: 11-4 Lemming Flint, 3 Fagans Katie, 7-2 Fenview Pride. 7.26 (D4) 250m 1 2 3 4 5 6 6133 Mustang Jewel (rl ep) .............. 15.21 6446 Master Builder (md ro)............... 00.00 1655 Moss Racket (sa fw) .................. 15.38 3565 Some Joke (wd ro) .................... 15.39 2132 SWANSON HONEY (sa fw) ...... 15.23 2225 Snipers Promise (wd ro) ............ 15.23 Star betting: 2 Mustang Jewel, 5-2 Swanson Honey, 4 Moss Racket. 7.42 (D2) 250m 1 2 3 4 5 6 1334 Rahyvira River (sa fw) ............... 15.12 5 22 HEADFORD BLAZE (sa fw) ..... 15.10 5563 Ballycahane Jet (md ep)............ 15.09 1236 Headford Suzie (md ep) ............ 15.12 3414 Rahina Blake (md ep) .............. 15.20 1552 Pukka Blitz (md ep) ................... 15.08 Star betting: 5-2 Pukka Blitz, 3 Rahyvira River, 7-2 Rahina Blake, 4 Headford Blaze. 7.58 (D3) 250m 1 5312 BALLYMAC FRANCES (rl ep).. 15.36 2 6634 Wellpad Bam Bam (md ep) ....... 15.50 3 5623 Her Lucky Dot (md ep) .............. 15.14 4 1263 Lynnway Wizard (wd ro) ............ 15.61 5 4235 Roeview Escalade (wd ep) ...... 15.32 6 5334 Private Joebie (md ep) .............. 15.72 Star betting: 5-2 Her Lucky Dot, 3 Roeview Escalade, 7-2 Lynnway Wizard. 8.13 (A3) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 5223 Blackstone Trixi (md ro) .......... 26.29 3551 Forest Bee (ep ro) ..................... 26.19 4413 Mays Markaz (wd ep) ................ 26.26 312 LAMORNA FI FI (ep ro) ............ 26.48 4522 Shanless Frank (md ep) ............ 26.21 4531 Duchess Jane (md ep) .............. 26.52 Star betting: 7-4 Duchess Jane, 7-2 Forest Bee, Blackstone Trixi. 8.28 (A4) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 12 FOX COVERT (nb) (rl ep) ......... 26.47 1 Spotsmemammy (wd ep)........... 26.61 3541 Isherapid (md ro) ....................... 26.56 5311 Bernies Bolt (ep fw) ................. 26.50 5145 Black Aggie (wd fw) ................... 27.19 3663 Springwell Sip (sa fw) ................ 26.14 Star betting: 9-4 Fox Covert, Springwell Sip, 9-2 Black Aggie, Isherapid, 5 Bernies Bolt. 8.43 (A7) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 1265 Posh Pacemaker (rl ro) ............. 27.20 4162 Castell Dave (rl ro) ................... 00.00 Conna Vic (rl ro) ........................ 00.00 152 MUSTANG MIKEY (wd ro)........ 27.03 3636 Cloncunny Holly (wd ro) ............ 27.15 2 66 Keeperhill Grace (wd ro) ........... 26.83 Star betting: 2 Castell Dave, 9-4 Mustang Mikey, 3 Keeperhill Grace, 5 Cloncunny Holly. 8.58 (A6) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 2154 Gentleman Jim (rl ro)................. 26.82 1162 FACELIKETHUNDER (md ro) .. 26.90 1566 Ronda Dubh (md ro).................. 00.00 1445 Bilkos Victory (sa fw) ................. 26.68 3513 Kilmessan Sadie (md ro) ......... 26.76 3533 Lovely Bob (wd ro) .................... 26.68 Star betting: 9-4 Ronda Dubh, 3 Gentleman Jim, 4 Bilkos Victory, Lovely Bob. 9.14 (A7) 435m 1 2 3 4 5 6 2515 Dower Beetlebug (md ep) ......... 27.13 4144 Jet Set Taz (md ro) ................... 26.95 1 Sting Brae (md ro) ..................... 27.25 Hows Lucy (wd ro)..................... 00.00 5431 SLIPPY KAREN (wd ro)............ 27.16 1632 Piemans Baby (wd ep) .............. 26.92 Star betting: 2 Jet Set Taz, 9-4 Piemans Baby, 7-2 Dower Beetlebug, 9-2 Slippy Karen. 9.32 1 2 3 4 5 6 (A8) 435m 4435 Gymstar Rumble (rl ep) ............. 27.21 5423 Hyde Park Lass (rl ro) ............... 27.08 26 Assarula Maid (md ro) ............. 27.52 6 Cactus Cash (rl ep) ................... 28.60 4654 Robbies Torres (md ep) ............ 27.40 6322 HOME RODNEY (md ep) .......... 27.21 Star betting: 2 Hyde Park Lass, 9-4 Home Rodney, 7-2 Gymstar Rumble. DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 41 K<OK IT’S SO HARD TO SAY TEAR-IO Wane reveals turmoil over decision to quit Warriors DXe`XZj K<OK;JJGFIK]fccfn\[YpXjgXZ\# k_\epflieXd\Xe[Zfdd\ek#Xe[ j\e[kf/,,),%K\okjZfjk),g gcljjkXe[Xi[e\knfibiXk\%(/"fecp% JG1Jgfb\#'***)')**0' ° MOURINHO! JUST GO!! IF JONES, SMALLING, RASHFORD, POGBA&Co ARE BEST WE CAN DO THEN GOD HELP UTD! CITY R LAUGHIN AT US. Clive Sweeney Message to Jose Mourinho – you must get your players to play football for 90 mins and not 45. Salford rocket I sink we deserved to win, i sink Chelsea parked the bus, i sink the ref was on their side, i sink the weather was to hot. Jose Gareth Southgate is stranger than I thought, saying Liverpool winning cl would boost England. WINNING IT WOULD ONLY BOOST LIVERPOOL. NFFC 4EVA. TETS Oy Selby – “Boxing Lesson” eh? You need to book some! Come to Leeds chelpin and that’s what you get. Split Decision? Who wa scoring, your Trainer? Well done Josh lad you’ve made us Proud!! WE ARE LEEDS!!!! Anon ° °Ê °Ê °Ê =FI=LE ® by JULIE STOTT SHAUN WANE choked back the tears as he opened up about his bombshell decision to leave Wigan. The Warriors coach was clearly emotional at the thought of ending his 36-year association with his hometown club. But Wane, 53, insisted the decision was entirely his rather than the club deciding not to renew his contract. He said: “It has been strongly on my mind for the last few weeks. It has been tough but I made up my mind last week. “I’ve been here a long time and I’ve had some fantastic times and won lots of things, but everything comes to an end.” Smart ®Ê WANE’S WORLD: Shaun Wane celebrating Wigan’s record fourth World Club Challenge triumph over Cronulla and (left) being showered in bubbly by players Wigan legend Shaun Edwards is tipped for the job after 17 years in rugby union with Wasps and Wales. But Wane sent a warning to the dual code superstar, saying: “It’s a very different game now. It’s a big ask. He is a very smart operator and he’s been successful wherever he has been, but this would be a big challenge.” Wane then lifted the lid on the pressure that faces any Wigan coach from their fanatical fan base. He said: “You cannot underestimate how much pressure there is. It is absolutely huge and you have to be ready for it. “This is the most decorated club in the world and you have to win. If you’ve got injuries and players out you still have to win.” But Wane insists that is not the reason he’s leaving at the end of the season, his seventh year as head coach. He said: “That’s the only thing that concerns me about leaving – whether I can cope a week without pressure. I live for that.” Wane, who has been linked with Catalans Dragons, says he hasn’t decided on his next career move. But he insists he wouldn’t have a problem coaching against Wigan, adding: “It would be hard but I am a professional coach. “I need a job. I just want to do something different and challenge myself in a different way. I am open to anything.” That includes a possible move, as an assistant, to rugby union although he insists he would look at job offers in other sports too. A Who scored both Man United goals in the 2017-18 FA Cup win at Huddersﬁeld? In which US city was skater Nancy Kerrigan attacked at the Cobo Arena in 1994? Who won the 2018 Taiwan Open women’s singles tennis tournament? Which Scotland 2018 Six Nations Championship starter against France plays for Clermont Auvergne? Which UK rider won race one in Round Five of the 2018 Superbike World Championship at Imola? B C D E ANSWERS: Page 45 Westy’s along for the Ryde Simon’s got AJ victim hit time in hand by drugs ban ®ÊCYCLING ®ÊBOXING BRITAIN’S Simon Yates goes into the ﬁnal ﬁve days of the Giro d’Italia as clear favourite after surviving yesterday’s time trial with a 56-second lead. Yates lost only 75 seconds to closest challenger and defending champion Tom Dumoulin of Holland after ﬁnishing 22nd. AMERICAN heavyweight Eric Molina has been banned for two years by the UK Anti-Doping Agency for failing a drug test following his 2016 defeat by Anthony Joshua. The 36-year-old tested positive for dexamethasone after the IBF heavyweight title bout in Manchester. ®ÊGOLF EUROPEAN skipper Thomas Bjorn has named Lee Westwood (left), Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell and Luke Donald as his Ryder Cup vice-captains. Westwood, 45, was on the winning side seven times as a player and cannot wait to take up his new role ahead of the Europe versus USA clash at Le Golf National in Paris on September 28. He said: “To be involved with the Ryder Cup in this way is special and something I want to do.” 30 ADULT FILMS FREE TEXT YOUR NAME, ADDRESS & POSTCODE TO 07860 021032 100s OF LONELY LADIES LOOKING TO MEET LOCAL GUYS FOR ADULT FUN & MORE. ALL AREAS AVAILABLE 07008 023 996 42 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Brit Tai back with warning JG<<;N8P ® by PETER OAKES TAI WOFFINDEN ofﬁcially returns to the Great Britain squad today warning fans not to expect too much. The two-time world champion ends his year-long exile to spearhead the Lions’ bid to win a gold medal for the ﬁrst time since 1989. And GB will be among the favourites to be crowned the ﬁrst Speedway of Nations winners after Wofﬁnden’s decision to return. Manchester’s National Speedway Stadium at Belle Vue hosts the second race-off between Great Britain, Sweden, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Australia and Finland on June 5. Harder Another seven nations battle it out at Teterow in Germany on June 2. The top three at each round qualify for the ﬁnal at Wroclaw, Poland, on June 8-9. The new competition, with threeman teams, replaces the traditional ﬁve-man World Cup. But Wofﬁnden, 28, warned: “A lot of people seem to think it’s going to be easier to win but I think it will work the other way, it will be harder. “There are some countries who could never have won the World Cup but who could spring a big surprise.” He will be joined in the GB squad by British champion Craig Cook, 31, and national Under-21 title-holder Robert Lambert, 20, meaning there will be no fairytale call-up for Belle Vue sensation Dan Bewley, who has just turned 19. reader offer RDS176 Strauss time out ®ÊÊ SOFA, SO GOOD: Bess yesterday and (inset) talking with assistant coach Paul Farbrace ® by RODNEY WHITE ANDREW STRAUSS is to take a break from his role as England’s director of cricket and will be temporarily replaced by former coach Andy Flower. The ex-England opener said: “My wife was diagnosed with cancer in December. “She has been very well up to now although she is starting a new treatment on Friday which is going to be more challenging for her and as such I am going to be stepping back from my day-to-day duties. “Andy Flower is going to be stepping in for me over the course of the summer. “I look forward to returning and grabbing the reins again but at this period of time my focus has to be on Ruth and my family.” Strauss also conﬁrmed that England’s players will continue to be subject to the midnight curfew that was introduced in Australia last winter following a series of off-ﬁeld incidents. 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And while he still may be without a sofa, Bess is comfortable with the prospect of making his Test debut and wants to emulate Swann, England’s most proliﬁc off-spinner. He said: “I’d like to look to Dom the Swann to watch ® by RODNEY WHITE take wickets. I always remember watching Graeme Swann. He’d always attack the stumps and brought in a lot of dismissals – so I like to be like that. “The best thing is I’m going to develop as well and it’s going to be on the job. With the standard going up, hopefully I’ll be able to improve. “I’m 20 so hopefully I can keep improving. Freak “The opportunity to be here is a dream come true. It’s a big occasion but at the end of the day it’s just another cricket game. “Of course I feel ready. 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But I am just going to take this opportunity. “You are always going to have pressure but it is more, for me, about the opportunity. I see it as a great opportunity and if I put pressure on myself as well then there is only going to be a spiral.” Bess is still searching for somewhere to sit in his living room but will not be short of endorsements if he establishes himself in England’s Test team this summer. He added: “As soon as I took the call from Ed Smith, I was straight out to phone mum and dad. “I need to have a quiet word with Ikea because I think they got a bit of press about it. I need a sofa.” His only previous visit to Lord’s was last summer as 12th man for Somerset against Middlesex. He said: “I’ve never played at Lord’s, no never. I was 12th man here so I enjoyed the lunches last year – I put on a bit those few days.” 2 3 4 6 5 7 9 8 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 15 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 J<I@FLJCP ]ff kYX cc SNOD: NO PLACE FOR LOSERS Villa fear heartbreak JF::<I C@E<J ® BRIGHTON have made Nigerian defender Leon Balogun their ﬁrst summer signing on a free. SUNDERLAND’S new owners have axed chief executive Martin Bain. BRISTOL CITY could appeal against striker Famara Diedhiou’s six-match ban for spitting. ISLAM SLIMANI won’t be returning to Newcastle as Leicester want £18m for the 29-year-old striker who was on loan at St James’ Park. FIFA says there is not enough evidence to open anti-doping proceedings against any player in Russia’s World Cup squad. KEEPER Tomas Mejias and defender Martin Cranie have both been released by Middlesbrough. HULL have rejected a £250,000 bid for defender Max Clark, 22, from Vitesse Arnhem. ASHFORD winger Max Watters, 19, has jumped FIVE divisions after joining Doncaster on a two-year deal. ° ® ° ® ° ® ° 43 Ram’s ready to go Gun-ho AARON RAMSEY has been backed to ﬂourish under new Arsenal manager Unai Emery. Former Sevilla and Paris St-Germain boss Emery is set to succeed Arsene Wenger this week. Ramsey (inset) was made skipper for Wenger’s ﬁnal game in charge – a 1-0 win over Huddersﬁeld – after a campaign in which he scored 11 goals in 32 games. “Aaron has only played under Arsene at Arsenal,” said Ramsey’s Wales boss Ryan Giggs. “I look at it positively. A new manager could improve someone who is already a quality player. “Now you’re seeing Aaron’s full potential because he’s playing regularly. When you’re in and out of the team it’s difﬁcult and a lot of it is down to his ﬁtness. “You get to an age where you have had injury problems and you ® by ALEX BYWATER know your body. That’s what Aaron is coming to. “I don’t care how good you are, if you are in and out of the team through injury then you are not going to play to your full potential. .” Giggs will work with Ramsey, 27, for the ﬁrst time as an international boss when his Wales side take on Mexico in Pasadena in the early hours of Tuesday. Wales ﬂew to America yesterday, with Giggs praising one of his stars names. More than 65,000 tickets have already been sold for the clash with Mexico. “I don’t know about building the Arsenal team around Aaron as they have fantastic players,” said Giggs. “But if you are looking at someone to lead by example as a manager, then I’m sure Aaron ticks a lot of the boxes.” ® by DAVE ARMITAGE ROBERT SNODGRASS says the fear of losing is driving on Aston Villa’s players. Only The on-loan Villa star has been through the Wembley play-off wringer with Leeds and Hull. And the 30-year-old Scot knows Saturday’s Championship ﬁnal with Fulham will be no place for faint hearts. Besides promotion to the Premier League, victory is estimated to be worth about £200m to the winners. Snodgrass, on loan from West Ham, is one of several players whose futures hinge on the Wembley result. He helped take Hull to the big time two years ago and wants another taste of play-off success. Snodgrass said: “Everybody wants to be on the good end of it. £1 Error ®Ê FEAR WE GO: Snodgrass says the worry of Wembley defeat is driving on Villa’s stars ® by CHRIS McKENNA sacked Steve Walsh as director of football. The Dutchman, who left PSV to join Everton, is playing a major role in the recruitment of the new manager. He is keen on Silva taking charge but will meet him to ensure they share the same vision. Everton are expected to press ahead with the appointment of Silva despite a row with Watford over the Portuguese. The Hornets sacked Silva in January as they blamed Everton’s approach last October for turning his head and leading to a downturn in results. The Premier League have ordered the clubs to deal with the dispute themselves but Everton’s compensation offers have so far been rejected. Tue | Wed | Thu | Fri | Sat We guarantee you “Everyone has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to get the club back there. It’s very rare you get a second chance to get to your ﬁnal destination. “We fell short in the automatic places and we know now there’s no room for error. I’ve experienced it and I know some of the other lads have experienced it as well. “That’s the beauty of the play-offs, it’s the fear of losing that drives you forwards. None of the lads want to lose.” Fulham ﬁnished ﬁve points ahead of fourthplace Villa, just missing automatic promotion. “It feels like I’ve had three seasons in one, with West Ham, then coming here, then getting to the play-offs,” said the midﬁelder. “We know it’s going to be hard but if you want results, you’ve got to beat the best. “Fulham have been one of the best teams in the division. Everybody who has watched them would probably agree. “But the team that just falls short doesn’t always make it in the play-offs.” £10,000 When you match 4 balls plus bonus ball Brand new boss Silva MARCO SILVA will meet Everton’s new director of football Marcel Brands today as he moves closer to landing the manager’s job. The Portuguese boss has been in talks with the board about replacing Sam Allardyce as manager. Silva, 40, will now meet Brands as he closes in on the job. Brands was appointed last week to replace the Five draws a week Play In-Store • Mobile • Online www.healthlottery.co.uk Available at your local newsagent 16+ WANTED: Silva Players must be 16 or over. Terms and conditions, game rules & procedures apply. The Health Lottery™ logo is a registered trademark of The Health Lottery Ltd. The Health Lottery scheme manages 51 society lotteries that operate in rotation and each represents a different geographical region of Great Britain. This week’s society lottery is HealthEngage Southern Scotland, next week’s will be HealthAble Cumbria & Northumberland. For more details on which society lottery is running each week please visit www.healthlottery.co.uk or ask your Health Lottery retailer. 44 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 J<I@FLJCP ]ff kYX cc MOCKED: Lovren Dejan’s driven by ﬂak ® by CHRIS McKENNA DEJAN LOVREN admits he enjoys being criticised. The Liverpool defender says proving people wrong is what drives him on. Lovren has had plenty of ﬂak to use as motivation in his three years at Anﬁeld. But the Croatian says he has battled to change opinions his entire life. “When you say I am not good enough, I will just show you I am good enough, simple as that,” said Lovren. “I like it when people talk bad about me. “I struggled a lot in my life from day one, and you know there is belief within me and it will never go from me. “It really was always there from when I was young. “People were mocking about me in school, mocking as a teenager that I cannot play like a defender, that I don’t have a left foot, that I am not quick enough. Improve “You know all these small things, they always push me to be better. You say I don’t have a left foot? I will hit it better today with my left than my right. “To be honest, this is me, I always work on these situations. And criticism, even if I don’t like it, I like it – I know what to improve at the end.” Lovren has improved at Liverpool, especially since Virgil van Dijk arrived from Southampton in January. But the centre-back said he has never wavered from his childhood belief that he would become one of the world’s best defenders. Lovren had a tough childhood as a refugee after his family ﬂed war-torn Yugoslavia for Germany before settling in Croatia. “At 12 years of age I wrote it down, ‘One day I will be one of the best defenders in the world’,” he said. “People were laughing at me. I wrote it under my table in my apartment back in Croatia where I grew up. “It was the table where I would sit and do my homework when I was 10, 11. There are some people still living there and the table was part of the room, so I hope it is still there.” Klopp’s an idol now.. but he can be a god MIR ACLE MAN RAFA STILL AN ANFIELD LEGEND JURGEN KLOPP will achieve god-like status if he wins the Champions League. So says the last Liverpool boss to win Europe’s biggest club competition. It may be 13 years since Liverpool’s ‘Miracle of Istanbul’ but former manager Rafa Benitez remains as popular today with their fans. He believes Klopp is also 90 minutes from Anﬁeld immortality. The epic penalty shootout win against AC Milan in 2005 after a 3-3 draw remains fresh in the memory of Benitez, who said he must have watched one of the greatest comebacks hundreds of times. “It changed my life in England,” said the Spaniard, whose side lost to the same opponents in the 2007 ﬁnal. “To win the league with Valencia in Spain after 31 years changed my life. To win the UEFA Cup with Valencia changed my life. “But to come to England and win the Champions League with a different team was massive. It changed everything. “Will it change Klopp’s life? He’s an idol now – but he will be more.” The 58-year-old Benitez still laughs at the memories of ﬁnding himself locked out of the post-match celebrations after his side had come back from 3-0 down at half-time to claim the club’s ﬁfth European Cup. “We had a party and some friends were coming but they were on the outside,” recalled the Newcastle boss. “So someone who was already in had to go with some accreditation to fetch them but security said they had to stay ® by IAN MURTAGH outside. He would not let them in. I went out but the security man was saying, ‘It’s a private party, you cannot go in’. “A friend of mine turned to him and said, ‘Do you know who this man is? He is God, he is God’.” As it was back then, Liverpool will be underdogs in Kiev on Saturday against reigning champions Real Madrid. But former Real boss Benitez believes Klopp’s men are better equipped than his s i d e were. “I always say Istanbul ®ÊÊ KOP MEN: Benitez with Klopp last October was the most emotional ﬁnal ever because of the way we won, the way we came back,” he said. “Everything was going wrong, massively wrong and then after half-time, you see the Liverpool fans singing even though we were 3-0 down. “People say we were lucky in the ﬁnal but were we lucky in the earlier rounds when we beat Chelsea, Juventus and Bayer Leverkusen? “The players had a great belief. Milan were the b e s t team in Europe. They had Pirlo and Kaka. No one could better them, but we beat them. “We were unlucky at the start when we lost Harry Kewell and we had to change everything. “And we were lucky when we scored our three goals in a few minutes. “But we were much better than them in extra-time. “We changed to three at the back and had control of the game. “And when it came to penalties, we had done a lot of work on that.” Comparisons between past and present are inevitable and Benitez concedes Klopp has more big weapons at his disposal. “We had Stevie Gerrard of course and players with quality and experience in Xabi Alonso and Dietmar Hamann. There was a good balance. “This team also has good balance but the three players up front can make a difference on their own. We had one who can make a difference, they have three.” So which of his two former clubs will win? “It’s often how you manage the pressure and Real Madrid have been managing this kind of pressure for a while,” said Benitez. “They have more experience. “Liverpool are in a new situation but they have the energy, the passion and the desire. “They have the intensity to hurt you if they do it well but Real have the qualities to cope with that. “It will be interesting to watch but Liverpool can do it.” DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 45 @E=FID8K@FE JK8K@FE CRICKET ®Ê HISTORY MAKERS: Benitez lifts the Champions League trophy with skipper Steven Gerrard Royal London One-Day Cup – Gp B – Taunton: Sussex 341-7 (Wright 105, Wiese 58no, Burgess 56) v Somerset 266 (Hildreth 87, Davies 56, Renshaw 55). Sussex won by 75 runs. CYCLING Giro d’Italia – Stage 16 (Trento to Rovereto, time trial, 34.2km): 1 R Dennis (Aus) BMC Racing 40mins. Overall: 1 S Yates (Gbr) Mitchelton-Scott 66hrs 39mins 14secs, 2 T Dumoulin (Hol) Sunweb at 56secs. Other: 4 C Froome (Gbr) Team Sky at 3mins 50secs. ICE HOCKEY NHL Eastern Conference play-off ﬁnal: Washington 3 Tampa Bay 0 (best-of seven series level 3-3). TENNIS French Open Qualifying (Roland Garros, Paris) – men’s 1st rd: Z Kolar (Cze) bt L Broady (Gbr) 7-6 7-6. WTA Nuremberg Cup (Germany) – 1st rd: H Watson (Gbr) bt K Bondarenko (Ukr) 6-3 3-6 7-6. TODAY’S DIARY CRICKET (11am unless stated) Royal London One-Day Cup – Gp A – Derby: Derbys v Durham. Grace Road: Leics v Notts. Northampton: Northants v Lancs. Headingley: Yorks v Worcs. Gp B – The Ageas Bowl: Hants v Essex. The Oval: Surrey v Gloucs. Cardiff: Glamorgan v Middlesex (2pm). SPEEDWAY (all 7.30pm) Premiership: Poole v Wolverhampton, Somerset v Belle Vue. Premiership KO Cup qtr-ﬁnal, 2nd leg: Rye House (31) v Swindon (59). Travel Plus National League: Birmingham v Isle of Wight. FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS 1 Romelu Lukaku, 2 Detroit, 3 Timea Babos, 4 Greig Laidlaw, 5 Jonathan Rea. YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD ACROSS: 1 Noble; 4 Bibby; 7 Tua; 8 Bravo; 9 Caber; 10 Side; 11 Norway; 14 Mannix; 15 Klos; 18 Nepia; 20 Amaya; 21 Ben; 22 Barba; 23 Ewers. DOWN: 1 Nobbs; 2 Brayden; 3 Eto’o; 4 Bachop; 5 Bob; 6 Yardy; 12 Wiliame; 13 Dibaba; 14 McNab; 16 Stags; 17 Sane; 19 Par. Frank is out of it Ronaldo is Real-ly impressed ®Ê NO MO SWAP: Zidane yesterday From Back Page as Real come out on top. He added: “The most important thing is for the team to win, it doesn’t matter who scores. “We want to make history. “To win this trophy then you have to beat the best in the world and anything can happen. “We have to realise the history we can make and we need to show our experience. It’ll be something historic, we’re really up for it.” Team-mate Toni Kroos expects Liverpool to come out ﬁghting in Kiev. “We’re expecting an aggressive Liverpool who have a really quick forward line, but we can stop them. It will be tough,” said Kroos. “They will be 11 animals, all up for it. We might be better on the ball but they’re going to put us under pressure for 90 minutes and will be at 100 per cent or even more. “I think both are hungry and I don’t see a favourite.” Real boss Zinedine Zidane insists he wouldn’t swap Ronaldo for Liverpool’s star man Mohamed Salah. When asked yesterday, he said: “No, I have Cristiano and I talk about my players.” UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings ® against Liverpool and Roma following their semi-ﬁnal clash at Anﬁeld on April 24. Both clubs have been charged over crowd disturbances outside Anﬁeld while Liverpool have also been hit with charges relating to ﬁreworks and the throwing of objects. Reds fan Sean Cox remains in a coma after an attack by a group of Italian supporters before the game. ® by MEL HENDERSON FRANK LAMPARD has failed in his bid to become the new Ipswich manager. The 39-year-old former Chelsea and England star impressed Tractor Boys owner Marcus Evans. But they were miles apart on personal terms, leaving Lampard out of the running. Jack Ross, Scotland’s manager of the year after steering St Mirren back to the Premiership, remains the front runner. But Evans is pursuing Shrewsbury’s Paul Hurst, whose side take on Rotherham in Sunday’s League One play-off ﬁnal. Evans, who parted company with Mick McCarthy last month, wants an up-and-coming boss who has had success on a modest budget. 46 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 J<I@FLJCP ]ff kYX cc LIFE’S ®Ê BIG SHOES TO FILL: Kane is ready to follow in the footsteps of Moore, Robson and Beckham WORLD CUP HOST: Lineker Skip will lead by example ® by PAUL BROWN HARRY KANE can be the quiet captain who gets the Three Lions roaring. And he’ll do it by scoring goals rather than making speeches or shouting at his team-mates. That is the view of Gary Lineker, who captained England 18 times. Lineker led from the front, scoring 48 goals in 80 games for his country. “Harry’s not one of those who will ﬁst pump, as I wasn’t,” said the former Tottenham hitman. “But the captaincy is actually not very important on the pitch. It’s only important off it. “You’re basically a middle man between the manager and the players, and the media and the players. “On the ﬁeld of play, beyond tossing up, everyone behaves exactly as they would anyway. “You’ll have natural leaders on there that will cajole and others that won’t. “Harry Kane will embrace the pressure of playing on the biggest stage. “He has the drive to score goals and I think he’s going to go on and score a lot of goals for England.” ®Ê SENIOR LIONS: Kane with boss Southgate yesterday HARRY KANE looked like a smiling assassin as he settled into the role of new England captain at St George’s Park. Nothing seemed capable of wiping the broad grin off his face as the Tottenham ace embraced one of the most challenging positions in English sport. That was until he took to social media to stage a Q&A on Twitter in an attempt to kill some time before facing the media. What a mistake that was, considering the vile and mindless questions some cretins decided to bombard him with. Welcome to the world of being the Three Lions skipper and the highest-proﬁle footballer in the land. Kane cannot claim he wasn’t warned about the perils of social media. Boss Gareth Southgate made it clear last week how damaging and depressing it can be for professional footballers to read some of the bile on sites like Twitter. Teach Lineker believes Kane is one of England’s few world class players in recent times and will still be in his prime at the next World Cup, when he will be 28. Linker, who will host the BBC’s World Cup coverage, said: “How many world class players have we had recently? We’ve only had Wayne Rooney in the last few years, until Kane’s come along. “But we’re getting them, at last, because we’ve ﬁnally decided to teach our kids properly. In four years, we will have a real chance. “There’s no doubt in my mind about that. “Our Under-17s, our Under-19s, our Under-20s, we’re winning nearly everything. And there’s a reason for that. Our young players are really, seriously good and there’s a whole load of them. “They won’t all make it but a lot of them will. The only thing that will stop that is the big clubs not giving a chance to our young players, and they are giving them a chance. “Trent Alexander-Arnold is playing at Liverpool. Phil Foden’s starting to play at Manchester City. Ryan Sessegnon is playing all the time at Fulham. “We’ve got so many really good players. Plus, Kane will still be in his prime, Raheem Sterling will still be in his prime. Marcus Rashford is going to be seriously good. Dele Alli is still young. “In four years’ time we will be a force to be reckoned with.” We must be brave Legends What it highlighted was how Kane’s life will change now he has been handed the honour of wearing the armband, following legends like Bobby Moore, Bryan Robson, David Beckham and Wayne Rooney. His world will be picked at and scrutinised like never before, not least because he is about to lead England into a World Cup campaign in Russia. But Kane is relishing the challenge because there are much bigger ones ahead and he insists it will not faze him. Kane, 24, said: “I’m someone who likes a challenge, someone who likes to prove myself and people wrong. “There are going to be difﬁcult moments at a World Cup, times when we are 1-0 down or holding on to a lead. “It’s about me, the group – if you feel someone needs a push, or a lift, you have to be that person. “You can’t be afraid to talk or shout at each other to get people to be the best they can be. “It comes to me naturally, I’ve been brought up that way. For me, working hard is the main thing in a game. “There is no excuse not to do that. If I see someone not doing that, I’ll give them a push. This is the standard we set.” Southgate told Kane he would be captain in March and somehow he managed to keep it a secret. If Southgate was From Back Page congratulatory text from his main rival for the role, Jordan Henderson, who is preparing for Liverpool’s Champions League ﬁnal in Kiev. “It’s impossible not to dream about it. It’s the World Cup, the biggest competition in the world,” Kane added. “I believe we can win it. Anyone can. I want to win everything I do. It’s my mindset. “Maybe in the past we’ve been afraid to say we want to win stuff because of the reaction and we go into our shells. “I don’t want us to be afraid. We have to be brave. It’ll be tough but it’s worth ﬁghting for. “We’ve had some really good teams in the past and it’s not gone well in major tournaments. “It’s been over 50 years now so no matter how good they’ve been, we’ve not been good enough. We’ve got nothing to lose. We have to go there, be free and enjoy it.” DAILY STAR, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 STILL TWEET FOR CAPTAIN HARRY Target man Kane happy to put himself in ﬁring line ® by JEREMY CROSS setting him a test of trust, then Kane passed it with ﬂying colours. But the reason the Three Lions boss has chosen him is he regards him as the ultimate professional and an example to all. This is the man who employed a private chef to improve his diet and enhance an image that was already squeaky clean. It is no surprise that one of Kane’s heroes, apart from Beckham, is NFL legend Tom Brady, whose dedication to ﬁtness and well-being is still seeing him win Super Bowl rings past the age of 40. Yet somehow in England we ﬁnd ways to criticise and ﬁnd fault, and even Kane is no exception. But Kane turns it into a positive, adding: “I’m a big Tom Brady fan. The way he drives his team, the way he works and conducts himself. “Hopefully I can learn from that and have as long a career as he’s had in the NFL. “I’m not sensitive at all but it drives me to do better, if anything. “I’m a player who has had to prove people wrong my whole career to reach this level. “The loan spells, trying to grow up and force my way into the Spurs team. It makes me want to work even harder. “If that pressure comes, the only way I’ll deal with it is to work even harder. “With the outside-of-football world and sponsorships, I will try and manage it as best I can with my team around me. “I like to focus on football ﬁrst and other stuff second. “We’ll see what comes up. If things do change, my ﬁrst thought is to focus on the football. ®ÊÊ VARD WORK: Kane tangles with Jamie Vardy during training yesterday ®Ê FIRST AGAIN: We told you Kane would be England captain on March 9 Stars fear for families ENGLAND stars could ban their families from travelling to the World Cup due to fears they could be racially abused. Some members of Gareth Southgate’s 23-man squad are understood to have serious concerns about their loved ones being targeted in Russia. The FA are working closely with England stars to ensure family members who do travel to the tournament are safe at all times. But this has not stopped some players from privately expressing concerns about ® by JEREMY CROSS the potential for racial abuse during the tournament. FIFA ﬁned the Russian Football Union after fans aimed monkey chants at French players, including Paul Pogba, during a friendly in March. Earlier this season, Liverpool wonderkid Rhian Brewster made an ofﬁcial complaint after claiming he was racially abused by an opposing player. Brewster was targeted during a game against Spartak Moscow in the UEFA youth league. But the complaint was later dropped by UEFA. Starsport understands the FA will not discourage players from inviting relatives to travel to Russia. But they will leave it up to the individuals involved to decide what to do. Southgate, meanwhile, was without Raheem Sterling when England trained at St George’s Park yesterday. The Manchester City ace has been absent for the last 48 hours for ‘family reasons’ but is expected to report for duty today. 47 Manuel eyes on Europe From Back Page four or ﬁve players in, we will have a strong team.” Pellegrini led unfancied Villarreal into the Champions League in his ﬁrst season in Spain with a third-place ﬁnish in La Liga. He also took Malaga into Europe’s top club competition for the ﬁrst time during his ﬁrst full year at the club in 2012. Pellegrini, who could earn up to £10m next season if West Ham reach certain targets, is already on the lookout for reinforcements. One of his ﬁrst signings is set to be £8m-rated Bayer Leverkusen midﬁelder Charles Aranguiz, with Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero also on his radar. Pellegrini has a reputation for attacking football and has also vowed to wow Hammers fans by playing the ‘West Ham Way.’ The Chilean said: “West Ham had a difﬁcult season last season and I hope that next season we are going to play football that will delight the fans. “I always play attacking football and we must try to reach important targets.” Co-owner David Sullivan, who also eyed Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez as a replacement for Moyes, said: “Manuel brings a reputation for attacking football and getting the best out of his players. “We believe he will attract new talent and improve the current squad. “Manuel is the ﬁrst West Ham manager to have a Premier League title on his CV and we believe that his experience, quality and proven record of taking teams forward quickly will ensure he is successful. “We have listened to fans who asked us to be ambitious. We hope they agree it is an exciting appointment.” GARY ROWETT was last night named Stoke boss on a three-year deal. The 44-year-old left Derby after the relegated Potters paid a £1.8m release fee. Stoke ﬁrst moved for the former Birmingham and Burton boss when Mark Hughes was sacked in January. ® dailystar.co.uk /sport JURGEN CAN BE GOD LIKE RAFA G8><J++$+, RON: KLOPP BOYS ARE REAL DANGER : CRISTIANO RONALDO says Liverpool remind him of an early version of Real Madrid. Ronaldo shook off doubts about his injured ankle to score as Real drew 2-2 with Villarreal at the weekend. But he admits they face a tougher test in the Champions League ﬁnal on Saturday in a ® by PAUL BROWN clash he says will feel like looking in a mirror. Ronaldo said: “They remind me of Madrid from a couple of years ago, with three quick players up top. “If they are in the ﬁnal, they’re there for a reason and are in it on merit. I have a lot of respect for them, but I think Madrid are better.” Ronaldo hopes to win his ﬁfth Champions League winner’s medal, with Madrid seeking their third straight title. But he insists he doesn’t care who does the damage as long Turn to Page 45 ?8DG@FEJ C<8>L<=@E8C ®Ê HEADING FOR GLORY: Ronaldo is watched by Real boss Zinedine Zidane Pell Euro vision at Hammers ®Ê BEST MAN: New England skipper Kane shakes on it with boss Southgate ® by PAUL BROWN MANUEL PELLEGRINI wants at least four new signings to help West Ham push for Europe. The 64-year-old was conﬁrmed as Hammers boss yesterday on a three-year deal worth £6m a year and will have at least £60m to spend. West Ham ﬁnished 13th last season under David Moyes but Pellegrini is convinced he can mastermind a top-six ﬁnish with the right backing. Pellegrini, a Premier League title winner with Manchester City four years ago, said: “I am excited about this project. My mentality is always to have a winning mentality. “I will hope that I can repeat here what I did with all my clubs in Europe, where I have always arrived in European competition. “I know this league is very good and it’s not easy to do it, but I think that working all together we can think about reaching important targets. “West Ham has a very good team. With the players we have and bringing maybe another Turn to Page 47 Austria »3.00; Belgium »2.00; Bulgaria BGN 3.70; Canary Is »2.30; Cyprus Cyp »2.15; Denmark DKr 20.00; Germany »2.00; Gibraltar £0.60; Greece »2.50; Italy »2.00; Luxembourg »2.00; Malta »2.00; Netherlands »2.75; Norway NKr 29.00; Portugal (Cont.) »2.30; Spain »2.30; Switzerland SFr 2.00; Turkey TL 7.00. DAILY STAR 23 MAY 2018. No 13119 9770957 623935 Captain Kane’s royal seal of approval WMBDS 1234 ABCDEFGHIJKLPQRS * TUW UP FOR IT: Hammers boss Published by Express Newspapers, The Northern & Shell Building, Number 10 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6EN. 0208 612 7000. Outside UK +44(0) 208 612 7000. Printed by West Ferry Printers Ltd, Unit A&B Kimpton Road, Luton, LU2 0TA; Johnstons Press, Outgang Lane, Dinnington, Shefﬁeld, S25 3QE; D C Thomson, 80 Kingsway East, Dundee DD4 8SL; Independent News & Media, 124-144 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1EB. Bermont Impresion S.L Avenida de Alemania 12, 28821 Coslada, Madrid, Spain; Deposito Legal no. TO-394/96; T.F. Print SA, Tenerife; Westferry printers , Unit A & B , Kimpton Road, Luton LU2 OTA; EUROPRINTER SA Zone Aéropole, avenue Jean Mermoz, B 6041 GOSSELIES Royal Wedding fever has swept the nation since Saturday’s ceremony in Windsor. Now Kane, 24, wants Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions to carry on the feelgood factor right through the summer. England’s newly-appointed World Cup skipper insists they’re in it to win it. Kane, who was told by Southgate back in March that he’d be captain in Russia next month, is adamant he can end 52 years of hurt by leading the nation to glory. The striker, who has scored in all four games he has worn the armband in, admits he was inspired by the royal wedding. Kane said: “I was in the Bahamas with my ﬁancee and got up at about 6.30am to watch it.What a special day. “To see the royal family, the wedding and a former England captain there. David Beckham was a big hero of mine growing up. “What a thing to be part of. The way the whole nation comes together at one time and supports them, that’s amazing.” Kane admits that since Southgate broke the news to him, he’s dreamed of becoming England’s ﬁrst World Cup winning captain since Bobby Moore in 1966. “Of course, you think about it,” added the Tottenham hotshot, who was sent a Turn to Page 46 21> PRINCE HARRY ® by IAN MURTAGH HARRY KANE wants England to unite the country – just like Prince Harry and Meghan.