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PETER KAY:
MY SECRET
NEW TV
SITCOM
® by PETER DYKE
FANS of comedy
king Peter Kay were
thrilled last night
after he revealed
that he was
working on a
secret new TV
sitcom, also
starring his
Car Share
sidekick Sian
Gibson.
Full story:
Page 7
Fans delight at comic’s return
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
...in 1981 Yorkshire Ripper Peter
Sutcliffe was convicted at the Old
Bailey of murdering 13 women
and attempting to murder seven
others. He will never be released.
“He will always be here in our
hearts.” Heartbroken dad Marcio
Gomes on his son Logan,
stillborn after his parents fled
the Grenfell fire disaster.
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THIS dog is adopting
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® by ALEXANDER BROWN
Labrador Fred, 10, has been
playing the role of step-dad
to nine baby ducklings since
their mother went missing.
Staff at Mountfitchet
Castle in Essex
said he has taken to
his role like a
duck to water.
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THE Conservatives have
been slapped down by
Nando’s after claims
they would offer members discount cards to
entice new recruits.
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However, the popular restaurant
chain has accused Tory leaders of
counting their chickens before
they have hatched.
Delivering a chilli response, a
spokesman said: “Nando’s has no
political affiliations as a brand and
no political discount card exists.
“We have a Nando’s loyalty card
and standard gift cards that anyone can use, and we offer a 20%
discount to police, fire services,
ambulance and NHS staff.”
The spicy feud also heated up
on Twitter as the brand used its
account to comfort customers
concerned it might be linked to the
Conservative Party.
The firm told worried followers:
“We have no political affiliations
as a brand and no political discount card exists.”
The Labour party have accused
the Tories of being desperate.
A source said: “The Tories offering a Nando’s discount was always
a peri peri stupid idea.”
The Tories have 124,000 members, less than a quarter of the
552,000 Labour Party members.
A Conservative source reckoned
the idea was a goer and discounts
were a real possibility.
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TODAY’S WEATHER
TODAY: A warm day for
much of England and
Wales with spells of
sunshine but a risk of a few
sharp showers in the south.
Scotland and Northern
Ireland will be cooler and
cloudy, but brightening up
from the south later on.
OUTLOOK: Dry and
warm with sunny spells for
most places tomorrow
and Thursday. However,
there is still a risk of
showers in the south,
perhaps becoming
more widespread
on Thursday.
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Rail boss
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fair
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Rome
showers 23
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including benefits, which is
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chief executive Mark Carne.
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outstanding candidate”.
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SORRY: Red Ken
KEN Livingstone yesterday
finally quit the Labour Party
two years after being suspended over anti-Semitism claims.
The former London Mayor
was suspended in 2016 following comments he made about
Hitler and Zionism.
Mr Livingstone has claimed
that Hitler supported a Jewish homeland, comments he
has since insisted were histor-
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ically accurate. Despite leaving, he insisted: “I do not
accept the allegation that I
have brought the Labour
Party into disrepute.”
But he added: “I recognise
the way I made a historical
argument has caused offence
and upset in the Jewish
community. I am truly sorry
for that. I am therefore, with
sadness, leaving the party.”
Leader Jeremy Corbyn said:
“Ken’s resignation is sad after
such a long and vital contribution to progressive politics,
but was the right thing to do.”
However, other Labour members were delighted to see him
go and MP Luciana Berger
said it “should have happened
two years ago”.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Danni
DISHY Danni
„
really liked
being on Love Island
and she’s sad she
didn’t walk away
with a hunky
boyfriend.
But the
21-year-old
blonde beauty from
Brentwood, Essex,
shouldn’t have to
wait long.
With looks like
hers she’s
bound to attract the
right fella and fly to
her own love island!
„
EXCITED: The singer
All Gold
at Kylie
concerts
„
KYLIE Minogue will
play all her new album
before the big hits when
she tours later this year.
Golden, detailing her
recent love traumas,
shot to No1.
She said: “The show is
going to be so much fun.
“I think we might be
playing every song from
the album because the
fans’ reaction has been
so strong they are
screaming for it.
“I am very thankful
and excited.
“There are two tag
lines on this album.
“First, Kylie has gone
country, but it is not a
country album, the other
is that it is a break-up
album and I am eager to
tell people, it isn’t.”
Nigella’s
rude for
thought
on Gord
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SHOUT OF
ORDER:
Loudmouth chef
Gordon Ramsay
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POSH cook Nigella Lawson has ticked off Gordon Ramsay for being
“rude and shouty”.
PLEA: Scary Spice
Mel B’s
X Factor
appeal
FORMER X Factor
judge Mel B has issued
a come-and-get-me plea
to the talent show’s boss
Simon Cowell.
The Spice Girls legend,
42, would jump at the
chance to return to the
ITV talent programme.
She said: “If they
asked and I had time,
it’s something I’d
think about.”
Mel was on the main
panel in 2014 and has
had numerous guest
spots since, but claims
she has not been asked
to return to her old
telly job.
Commenting on
speculation, she added:
“It’s news to me, I
haven’t heard that.”
The kitchen queen says she
only wants to be in shows that
are “kinder” to participants.
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cian, pipped Mr Bloom – played
by Ben Faulks, who stars in Mr
Bloom’s Nursery on CBeebies –
to the top spot in the poll.
Andy Day from Andy’s Wild
Adventures, also on CBeebies,
came third in the poll by parenting resource Families Online.
Ranj said: “I never thought I’d
achieve such an accolade.”
supportive. I wouldn’t want to be
in one of those shouty things that
make people feel bad.”
Foul-mouthed Gordon will be a
guest judge on MasterChef Australia next week, right after Nigella’s stint.
It is not the first time the famous
chefs have had a verbal run-in.
Ramsay once called his
rival a “domestic goddess”
but praised her status as
a sex symbol rather than
her cooking skills.
He said: “Every chef
in the country would
love her in the kitchen, but we’d never get
any work done. She’s
sex on legs.”
Nigella, 58, said Australia’s
MasterChef, where she is a guest
judge, is much friendlier than the
US version, which features the
fiery Scot.
Gordon, 51, has built his
reputation on his X-rated
verbal attacks on competitors in his shows.
Nigella told US telly:
“MasterChef Australia is
different from the MasterChef here and the one
in England.
“It is much kinder
and it’s much more
KINDER: Nigella
jack.andrews@
dailystar.co.uk
Jungle chums
MUMS WANT TO SEE DOC
MEDIC Dr Ranj Singh is the
biggest secret crush of mums
watching children’s TV.
The 38-year-old star of Get Well
Soon, who is a real paediatri-
® by JACK ANDREWS
CRUSH: Ranj
POP star Craig David popped into a jungle
store in Costa Rica and found the owner playing his Born To Do It CD.
The singer, who was filming in a rain forest, said: “It was madness, the guy recognised me when I walked in. He was going,
‘Noooooo – I can’t believe it’. He only had
three CDs – and mine was one of them.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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HERO PAUL:
I CAN’T GET
OVER
HELL
He still suffers nightmares
® by JERRY LAWTON
A HERO who comforted
the youngest Manchester bombing victim has
told how his life fell
apart after he learned
she had died.
Forklift truck driver Paul
Reid, 44, was standing on
steps outside the city’s Arena
when the blast happened and
dashed inside to help.
He gave first aid to eight of the
injured and dying.
Paul, left, calmed the youngest
victim – eight-year-old SaffieRose Roussos – before helping
her onto a makeshift stretcher.
But when he later found she
was one of 22 to die in the
Islamic State attack by suicide
bomber Salman Abedi, Paul
was gutted.
He has been haunted by
nightmares ever since and is
undergoing counselling for
post-traumatic
stress
disorder.
Paul will mark the
first anniversary of
the atrocity today,
joining
victims’
relatives,
survivors, 999 responders, Prime Minister
Theresa May and the
Duke of Cambridge at
a 2pm remembrance
service in honour of all
those who died.
Well wishers have already
placed cards on the Trees
of Hope near to the city’s Victoria Station, left. Paul, from Darlaston, West Mids, said: “It has
had a massive impact on me.
“I’ve been on long-term sick
leave ever since the bombing. I
have been mentally affected by
everything that happened.
“The attack devastated me. It
changed my life.”
Saffie had gone to the Ariana
Grande concert with mum Lisa,
49, and sister Ashlee, 24, who
were both seriously hurt.
Lisa awoke from a coma to be
told of her daughter’s death. Her
husband Andrew, 44, said the
family had since quit their home
and fish and chip shop in Leyland, Lancs, and moved away.
The Star Says: Page 6
Official portraits are
SNAPPER
TO STARS
THE snapper who captured
„
the intimate portraits of
Harry and Meghan moments
after they tied the knot is
Alexi Lubomirski.
Alexi, related to the
Polish royal family,
also took the couple’s
engagement photos.
He has snapped
other celebs
including Gwyneth
Paltrow, Katy
Perry and
Beyoncé.
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TEEN’S FLASHBACKS
®
A SURVIVOR of the
Manchester bombing
has spoken about her
terrifying flashbacks.
Yasmine Lee, 13, was
blown off her feet and
was among the first people
to be taken to hospital
after the attack that
claimed 22 lives one year
ago today.
She said: “At the start I
was like: ‘I don’t need
help, I’m fine.’ Then when it
got to seven months I
®
started getting flashbacks
and not knowing why
because the feelings that
I had were so unknown.
Just feeling really upset
all the time.”
Yasmine, from
Stockport, has been
getting support from the
Peace Foundation.
The charity was set up by
the parents of Tim Parry
and Johnathan Ball who
were killed in the IRA blast
in Warrington in 1993.
®
BRAVE: Yasmine
®ÊÊ
SMILES:
Couple in
relaxed pose
for snapper
Alexi, above
Queen’s
in pink
THE Queen was
„
blooming with joy
as she joined other
royals and stars at the
Chelsea Flower Show
yesterday.
Her Maj was all smiles
in a pink outfit.
Celebs including
Holly Willoughby,
Phillip Schofield, David
Walliams and Joanna
Lumley were also there.
Hot TV: Page 27
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
released as pair get stuck into royal life
PERFECT POSE: Meghan and her mum Doria are welcomed to the family in an official picture with Harry’s closest relatives taken at Windsor Castle after the wedding ceremony
PRIDE GROOM
Newlyweds beam on first photos
IT’S one big Harry family
as official wedding photos
show Prince Harry and
Meghan Markle beaming
with the other royals.
Kensington Palace released
three family portraits taken by
the
official
photographer
moments after the post-wedding
procession through Windsor.
Celebrity snapper Alexi Lubomirski had the honour of revealing a
window into the lovebirds’ big day
as close family, bridesmaids and
page boys wore their finery for
the camera.
The pictures come ahead of their
first official royal engagement as a
married couple today as they attend
an event at Buckingham Palace to
celebrate Prince Charles’s 70th birthday year.
A palace spokesman revealed
the new Duke and Duchess of
Sussex are “delighted” with the
photographs and thanked the public
for their support.
A statement said: “The Duke and
Duchess of Sussex would like to
® by ROBIN COTTLE
thank everyone who took part in the
celebrations of their wedding.
“They feel so lucky to have been
able to share their day with all those
who gathered in Windsor and all
those who watched the wedding on
television across the UK, Commonwealth and across the world.”
Alexi was signed to take Harry and
Meghan’s official engagement images
soon after they announced their plan
to marry last November.
Gobby
He said: “It has been an incredible
honour and privilege to document
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s
inspiring journey of love, hope and
family, from the engagement photos,
all the way through to the official
wedding and family portraits on
Saturday.
“This has been a beautiful chapter
in my career and life, that I will
happily never forget.”
Meanwhile, Meghan’s gobby halfsister has accused the bride’s mum
Doria Ragland of cashing in on her
daughter’s fame by doing an interview with fellow wedding guest
Oprah Winfrey.
She said: “Even Doria cashed in
talking to Oprah and some of the first
photos that are out there only she
could have had.”
The ex-Suits actress’s dressmakers
were forced to wash their hands every 30 minutes as they worked on her
wedding gown.
The palace said: “The workers spent
hundreds of hours meticulously
sewing and washing their hands
every 30 minutes to keep the threads
pristine.”
And cheeky wedding guests
have been flogging their gift bags full
of royal goodies online for more
than £1,000.
The goodies were given to 2,640
members of the public invited to the
grounds of Windsor Castle, but not
the 600 people in the chapel for the
ceremony.
One eBay listing teased: “Don’t miss
out on this limited edition once in a
lifetime opportunity to have a piece
of royal history.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Says
Hate must
never win
TODAY’S anniversary of the
Manchester Arena bombing brings
back horrific memories.
We will never forget the scenes
of devastation, or the 22 victims
and dozens more who were injured
in the atrocity.
But it is also time to celebrate
the grit of a city and nation, which
united in warmth and defiance against
the jihadi nut responsible, Salman
Ramadan Abedi.
The unwavering courage of the
survivors has been remarkable.
Gutsy Martin Hibbert, who was the
closest person to the bomb to make it
out alive, completed the Manchester
10K at the weekend despite being
paralysed from the waist down.
Stories like his bring glimmers of
hope from a dark place.
Dignified mum Figen Murray,
whose son Martyn Hett, 29, was
killed, refuses to even utter the terrorist’s name.
She urged people to forget him but
to always remember his victims.
We owe it to her and them not to
let hate win.
Kay return
is just brill
PETER Kay’s return to our screens
is the best thing to happen in telly
all year.
The comic has listened to fans’
pleas and is working on a secret new
project with his Car Share co-star
Sian Gibson.
She confirmed the much-loved duo
are back in the writing room but
remained tight-lipped on exactly what
we can expect.
The BBC should do everything they
can to hold on to these two – they are
comedy gold.
Kay is one of the best comedians of
a generation and this fantastic news
is sure to delight his huge fanbase.
Many are hoping he might even
now re-schedule his cancelled twoyear tour.
Now that really would be the
cherry on the (cheese) cake.
Cryin’ fowl
TORIES want to dole out Nando’s
discount
cards
to
boost
membership but the chicken fast
food chain is not keen.
What a fowl-up!
Get out claws!
AN angry lioness was pictured slapping her mate across
„
the face in a tiff in the African bush. Game reserve manager
Giuseppe D’amico snapped the domestic dispute while on the
prowl for photo opportunities.
Giuseppe, 59, said: ‘I was there because of the many
photographic opportunities – in this case a pair of very
„
quarrelsome mating lions.” The fighting pair were also spotted
baring their teeth and giving each other dirty looks.
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TV presenter Paul O’Grady
has revealed that he has
„
been spooked by the ghost of
Cilla Black.
The star, who hosted the NHS
Heroes Awards shown last
night, has even enrolled on an
exorcism course to help get rid
of her spirit.
But our Cilla isn’t the only
celebrity to have returned
from beyond the grave.
Here NADINE LINGE rounds
up a spectral six of celebrity
hauntings…
„
JOHN LENNON
OASIS frontman Liam Gallagher
claims he was once visited by the
ghost of his idol.
The star insists the late Beatle
appeared to him as an apparition
while he was staying at a friend’s
house years ago in his home city
of Manchester.
He said: “I remember getting up
and feeling really weird.
“I turned round and there I was,
lying on the bed, and I sort of fell
back into my body. There was a
presence there and it was him,
Lennon.”
Sir Paul McCartney and
Lennon’s son Julian also claimed
to have spotted the ghost.
AMY WINEHOUSE
THE singer became a member of
the 27 club when she died from
alcohol poisoning in 2011.
Her close pal, Libertines star
Pete Doherty, was convinced Amy
was haunting his flat, so much so
that he fled to Paris to escape.
Amy’s dad Mitch also claims her
ghost visits him.
He said: “I could not begin to
haunt the full-length mirror in the
hotel’s lobby and has been seen
dancing in the hotel’s ballroom.
recording studio there. But his
ghost has also popped up at the
Las Vegas Hilton, where he last
performed, the studio in Nashville
where he recorded Heartbreak
Hotel and a hotel in Hollywood.
HARRY HOUDINI
THE famous escape artist publicly
denounced spiritualists during
his lifetime – even taking one
medium to court.
But shortly before his death on
Halloween 1926 at the age of 52, he
told his wife Bess he would try to
contact her from beyond the grave.
On the first anniversary of his
death, she held a seance to attempt
to chat with him – and violent
lightning and thunder suddenly
exploded over the room.
MARILYN MONROE
THE Hollywood bombshell’s spirit
has been spotted at home in Los
Angeles, at a house belonging to
former husband Joe DiMaggio and
among the graves at the cemetery
where she is buried.
Marilyn, who died from a drug
overdose in 1962, has also
appeared at the Hollywood
Roosevelt Hotel where she was a
frequent guest. She is said to
RUDOLPH VALENTINO
THE silent film star is still a
regular visitor to the costume
department at Hollywood’s
Paramount Studios.
The star, who died in 1926 aged
31, has been spotted floating in the
flowing robes he wore on screen.
His dog, Kabar, has also been
seen at an LA pet cemetery where
he gives people a fright with his
ghostly licks.
APPARITIONS: Amy Winehouse and John Lennon
tell you how much she is
around, there are lots of
strange happenings.
“Her spirit comes and sits on the
end of my bed.
“She just sits there and it looks
just like her with her beautiful
face and she looks at me.”
ELVIS PRESLEY
THE most frequent sightings of
The King, who died from a heart
attack in 1977, have been at his
Graceland home in Memphis,
Tennessee.
Actress Paz de la Huerta even
says the ghost of Elvis made her
orgasm through ectoplasmic
touching when she visited the
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
ROW: A Sainsbury’s
MPs in
war on
‘store’s
pay cut’
THERESA May has come
under pressure to
intervene over Sainsbury’s
plans to overhaul its
staff contracts.
A group of high-profile
MPs has written to the
Prime Minister, urging
her to force chief
executive Mike Coupe to
“ensure that no staff will
face a pay cut”.
Sainsbury’s is scrapping
paid breaks and premium
pay on Sunday for
thousands of staff.
It is thought that
13,000 workers will lose
£3,000 a year.
Penned by Labour’s
Siobhain McDonagh, the
letter is backed by Labour’s
David Lammy, Frank Field
and Shadow Business
Secretary Rebecca Long
Bailey plus Conservative
Robert Halfon.
The letter says they are
“completely dismayed” by
the plans.
Simon Roberts, retail
and operations director
for Sainsbury’s, said: “We
don’t believe that this
letter accurately
reflects how the vast
majority of our colleagues
are feeling.
“We have conducted
meaningful consultation
with around 100 colleague
representatives and
have made a number of
changes to our original
proposals based on
their feedback.”
WE HAVE FINALLY
GOT IT TOGETHER
Peter’s new telly
show as Car Share
ending revealed..
COMEDY star Peter Kay will
be back on TV with a new
show to keep his millions of
fans happy.
STAR
The funnyman has teased he is already working on his “next project”.
A HERD of
180 cows invaded
the pitch during
a football match
between Thrive
Physiotherapy and
Centrals in Guernsey
– causing it to be
abandoned.
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PRAM RAIDERS
TWO women pushing
a pram are being hunted
by police over a string
of graffiti attacks on
cars in Swansea.
TRIP: Peter with Sian and their Car Share motor and, above,
® FINAL
with Elbow star Guy Garvey, who appeared in the second series
And his Car Share sidekick Sian
Gibson will join him.
She confirmed: “We have got ideas
for other things. But I cannot say
anything further at the moment.” The
positive news will still
thrill their huge army
of followers.
Many feared the last
they would see of
Peter, 44, for a long
while would be on
Bank Holiday Monday
when the final episode
of Car Share airs.
It marks the end of
the hit sitcom based on
supermarket assistant
manager John Redmond and promotions
rep Kayleigh Kitson
sharing a car to work.
Fans expected this to
be Kay’s “swansong”
for some time as in
December he had to
cancel a two-year UK
tour due to “unforeseen family circumstances”. The star,
said to be worth £30million, has not given further details of this.
But he has now stunned everyone
with the news he will be making a
comeback with more comedy and it will
also feature TV favourite Sian.
Asked about how he felt now Car Share
was ending, he told Radio Times: “One
person who shouldn’t be overlooked is
® by PETER DYKE
Matt Brown, he edited the whole series
and creatively he added a lot of detail.
“I’ll miss working with him until the
next project.”
When grilled further about this looming “project”, he declined to comment.
But both he and co-star Sian admitted
they would “hopefully and definitely” be
working together.
And in an exclusive interview with TV
& Satellite Week, Sian
goes further and says:
“We’ve got ideas for
other things. But I can’t
say anything further at
the moment.”
One fan said: “This is
the news we have all
waited for. Peter is a
comedy genius and TV
needs his shows.”
In Monday’s finale
of the Bafta-award
winning show, viewers
will discover whether
John and Kayleigh
finally get together
romantically.
Although some fans
have seen a preview
at a special charity
screening in Blackpool
a few weeks ago, no
spoilers have leaked online. Asked if
people would be “happy” with the ending, Peter said: “Who knows?”
But he added: “Well, I just hope they
won’t be screaming at the telly again.”
When Sian was asked if this really was
the end of Car Share, she said: “Never
say never... Leave it!”
The Star Says: Page 6
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
TARGETED: Skripal
Shops’
poison
payout
MORE than £250,000 has
been paid to businesses
affected by the Sergei and
Yulia Skripal poisoning.
Cordons put up around
parts of Salisbury after the
nerve agent attack have left
shops and other businesses
struggling.
Wiltshire Council said
they had helped 38, mostly
with paying wages, from
funds given to them by the
Government.
An official said: “It goes
to those most in need to
keep them running.
“This will go on as long
as it needs to – nobody
knows how long it will last.
Russian spy Sergei and
his daughter were targeted
in the city in March.
Rom rage: Page 16
BEARING UP NICELY
BRITISH company Charlie
Bears from Launceston,
Cornwall, is having a sales
boom in India and China as
they snap up teddy bears.
BABY AGONY
OF GRENFELL
THE dad of a baby stillborn
hours after his parents fled
the Grenfell fire paid a tearful
tribute to his “superstar”.
®Ê
GRIEF:
Marcia and
Andrew Gomes.
Below: Grenfell
coroner Fiona
Wilcox arrives
at the inquiry
Marcio Gomes struggled to contain
his emotions as he spoke on the opening day of a probe into the disaster
which claimed 72 lives last June.
Mr Gomes recalled holding the child’s
body hoping he would open his eyes.
He said: “He was going to be my superstar.
He might not be here physically but he will
always be here in our hearts, and will be
forever. I know he’s here, with God, right
next to me, giving me strength and courage
to take this forward.”
Mr Gomes showed the inquiry an
ultrasound picture of Logan and said
“everything was ready” for
his arrival. With his wife ® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
Andrea sitting beside him, he
said it had “felt like our hearts Denis Murphy, Joseph Daniels
had broken”.
and Mohamed Neda.
Relatives of all 72 victims will
Families were given no time
be given the chance to com- limit as they spoke to the hearmemorate loved ones during ing using pictures and videos.
the inquiry.
Denis’s family told the
It is believed not all of them inquiry “the day he died a part
will take this opportunity.
of all of us died”.
The families of five other vicSolicitors representing the
tims remembered their loved family of Mohamed read
ones at the hearing in South tributes from his brother, son,
Kensington, west London.
and wife.
These were Khadija Saye
Farhad Neda said his father
and her mother Mary Mendy, was his “best friend and the
man I admire most”. The
inquiry was played an audio
recording of the last call
from Mohamed from the night
of the fire.
In it, he said: “We are now
leaving this world, goodbye. I
hope I haven’t disappointed
you.”
Opening the inquiry, chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick
said the fire was the “greatest
tragedy to befall this city” since
World War Two.
The inquiry resumes today.
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
Pictures: AFP/GETTY; REUTERS
‘I lost my superstar’
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Carnage as Corrie killer
bows out
®
ARMED: Maniac
Pat storms into the
wedding at the Bistro
CAMPAIGN: Lloyd
£1bn
Google
privacy
battle
GOOGLE collected
personal data from
4.4million iPhone users
to help advertisers, the
High Court heard.
The tech giant is facing
a mass legal action over
claims it bypassed privacy
settings between August
2011 and February 2012.
It is being brought by
campaign group Google
You Owe Us, led by
former Which? director
Richard Lloyd.
At a hearing in London
yesterday, lawyers said
information collected
included race or ethnicity,
physical and mental heath,
political affiliations,
sexuality plus sexual
interests and social class.
They said information
about finances, shopping
habits and location were
also obtained.
Hugh Tomlinson QC,
representing Mr Lloyd,
said users were put into
groups such as football
lovers or current affairs
fans for ads to target.
Mr Lloyd said: “I believe
that what Google did was
against the law.”
The campaign group
hopes to win £1billion
in compensation.
Lawyers for Google said
no information was
disclosed to third parties.
STAR
ALMOST two
thirds of adults
say commuting to
work makes them
anxious, with late
trains and traffic jams
causing stress, a
Thames Clippers
study found.
BURST
66th killing
in London
A MAN was knifed to death
in broad daylight yesterday
– the fourth killing in four
days in London.
The unnamed victim
became the capital’s 66th
murder victim of 2018.
London Ambulance
Service paramedics gave
the man emergency CPR
but he was pronounced
dead at the scene.
Police sealed off several
roads as they launched a
murder inquiry last night.
Crowds gathering outside
Islington Town Hall were
held back by a cordon.
A Met Police spokesman
confirmed: “Road closures
remain in place. There
have been no arrests and
enquiries continue.”
William Potter, who lives
nearby, wrote on Twitter:
“Horrible thing to witness.
Poor guy.”
**
PSYCHO PHELAN IN
BLOODY LAST STAND
® by PETER DYKE
CRAZED Corrie killer
Pat
Phelan
takes
bride Michelle Connor
hostage as his reign
of terror comes to a
bloody end.
The shocking scenes will
be aired over five nights
next week.
And they will be shown after
the 9pm watershed because
the action is so graphic.
Connor McIntyre, who plays
Pat, said of his gripping exit:
“What other way could it have
been? It could hardly be a black
cab scene for him!”
Psycho Pat is found hiding
in a caravan park by Gary
Windass and his old army pal
Joe Haslam.
They tie him up and hide him
Hostage drama at wedding bash
in a builder’s yard. But he
escapes with help from young
Jack Webster and goes on the
rampage with a gun.
Pat gives his estranged wife
Eileen – who thinks he is dead
– a fright by turning up on her
doorstep saying: “Boo! Did you
really think someone like you
could do away with someone
like me?”
Then a gunshot is heard from
inside the house as one Street
favourite gets shot.
Pat then makes his way to
the bistro and gatecrashes
Michelle Connor’s wedding to
Robert Preston.
He takes the bride hostage
and locks himself in the kitch-
en. Armed police surround
the building – and fans will
have to wait to see who makes
it out alive.
Speaking about his dramatic
exit after five years on the
show, actor Connor said: “The
viewers deserve the pay-off
and I think it’s a decent one.”
And on Corrie being screened after the 9pm watershed,
he added: “It gives us a bit
more of a licence to go further
with the story.
“We’ve pushed the boundaries. This has been five years in
the cooking.”
Connor said that although
he is sad to leave, he is satisfied that Pat will become one
of Corrie’s most famous
characters.
He added: “It’s tinged with
sadness, obviously. But I think
that Phelan is now part of
Corrie lore.
“I feel a great privilege to be
one of all those iconic Coronation Street killers.
“I was born nine days after
the show first went out. You
grow up with it.
“So to be part of that... My
mum, God rest her soul, will
be very pleased.”
¬ÊPat’s finale will air over five
nights next week starting on
Monday, with all episodes
going out at 9pm.
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
®
ESCAPE: Jack
frees Pat, top,
plus with Gary and
his girlfriend Sarah
®
SHOCK: Pat
surprises his
wife Eileen and
daughter Nicola
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
ROO HOT A
SCORCHER!
Sunburn peril in
Pictures: VANTAGE / MEGA
Drugs
nut had
bath of
spuds
A MAN on a five-day drug
binge was found by police
filling his hotel bathtub
with potatoes while
wearing a woman’s bra.
Officers were called after
staff smelt cannabis
coming from the room
of James Johnson, 30.
Mr James Kellam,
prosecuting, said: “They
saw Johnson with the bag
of potatoes and in women’s
clothing. It may be this that
led officers to believe that
he was intoxicated.”
A search of the room at
a Travelodge in Eastleigh,
Hants, uncovered a variety
of drugs including ecstasy
and the psychedelic
substance 2C-B.
Southampton Crown
Court heard Johnson had
gone back to his home
town of Eastleigh for a
one-day binge. But it
turned into a five-night
stay with numerous drugs
being consumed.
The court heard hotel
staff saw him with the bag
of spuds and wearing
women’s clothing.
Asked by Judge Peter
Henry why he did it, he
said: “It felt like the right
thing to do at the time.”
Johnson, of Ely, Cambs,
admitted possessing drugs
with intent to supply.
He was given an 18-month
community order, with
a requirement that he
attends a nine-month drug
rehab programme.
27C hols heat
® by JAMES CAVEN
SUNBURN horror looks set
to sweep the UK as pasty
Brits enjoy a 27C bank
holiday heatwave.
Millions of revellers will flock to
pub gardens, parks and beaches for
the three-day break.
Forecasters reckon it could be the
hottest weekend of the year so far.
But skin doctors are warning
sunseekers to slap on protection after
shocking figures revealed our ignorance to the dangers.
One lad who appears to have had his
fill of the sun already is Wayne Rooney’s eight-year old Kai.
The son of the Everton and former
England ace was looking pink after
frolicking on a Caribbean beach with
his mum Coleen and family as they
marked Klay’s fifth birthday.
Bupa research shows more than three
quarters of Brit adults – 40million people – suffer injuries in warmer weather,
with sunburn the biggest problem.
STAR
MAYPOLE
dancing has
come to an end in
the village of Bream,
Glos, after centuries –
following a complaint
about the pole not
having planning
permission.
Damage
BURST
Two lads
held over
pole rage
TWO boys were under
arrest last night after
a man was so brutally
beaten with a metal pole
that his spine was
fractured.
The 54-year-old victim
suffered the broken back
in the assault outside a
convenience store by
a gang of four youngsters
wearing dark clothing.
He remains in a serious
but stable condition after
the attack close to TV
comic Ricky Gervais’s
childhood home in
Whitley, Reading.
Police said the boys, aged
12 and 15 years, had been
arrested on suspicion of
causing grievous bodily
harm with intent.
Detectives appealed for
any witnesses to the attack
outside a Simply Fresh
store on Sunday night.
BEES HIVED OFF
THIEVES who stole more
than a million bees in 16
hives from a field are
being hunted by police in
Braintree, Essex.
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BIRTHDAY BOY: Klay, above, celebrates with
®
Coleen in a picture she posted on Instagram.
Right, with his mum and dad Wayne
Jellyfish scare
for Costa Brits
BRITISH tourists were among thousands
®
of holidaymakers banned from Spanish
beaches after deadly Portuguese man o’war
jellyfish sparked mayhem.
An 11-year-old boy was rushed to hospital
with stomach and neck pain after being stung
near Elche on the Costa Blanca.
Town hall bosses warned: “The public
should be extremely careful because
their sting can be very dangerous.”
®
And the same amount admit they do
not always use sunscreen in the UK.
A third said they are more relaxed
about applying it in their garden, compared with being on holiday abroad.
Dr Stephanie Munn, a dermatologist,
said: “There is a belief that the sun in
the UK can’t damage our skin, but this
isn’t true.
“Sunburn can cause our skin to age
prematurely and is also a key cause for
skin cancer.
“We should all protect ourselves
regardless of whether we’re pottering
around in the garden or sunning ourselves on a beach break.”
A fifth of summer injuries are caused
by our own family and friends larking
about, the research also revealed.
And two million adults said being too
competitive in a game of summer sport
has caused injury in the past.
Experts fear the trend could worsen
as people take up football or tennis
during the World Cup and Wimbledon.
Britain is also going barbecue mad as
the cost of food for al fresco dining falls
15% from last year. Beefburgers are
14.8% cheaper, chicken drumsticks
10.8%, buns 9% and veggie burgers 6%.
james.caven@dailystar.co.uk
SHAKE-UP SPARKS
CHAOS ON TRAINS
THERE was mayhem yesterday as four
million trains were rescheduled in the
biggest timetable shake-up in decades.
Commuters faced cancellations and
delays in changes by Govia Thameslink
Railway, made up of Southern,
Thameslink, Great Northern and the
Gatwick Express. Manchester mayor
Andy Burnham blasted the chaos.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
JAMES CABOOTER’S
with SAM
MAYERS
Iconic Janet
ME TOO: Jackson
JANET Jackson is back in Control. The
star, who split from her third husband last
year, received the prestigious Icon Award.
With her mum Katherine watching, she
championed the #MeToo movement.
Janet said: “At long last, women have
made it clear that we will no longer be
controlled, manipulated or abused.
“I stand with those women and with those
men equally outraged by discrimination,
who support us in heart and mind.”
Nothing Nasty about Janet.
13
SHAWN Mendes
paid tribute to
those affected by
gun violence with
a touching
performance.
Joined by Khalid
he performed new
hit Youth with the
Marjory Stoneman
Douglas High
School Choir.
WORLD
Pictures: GETTY
DUA’S WORD
IS H E R BO N D
DUA Lipa confirmed she’s in talks to
record the next James Bond theme.
I told you back in February the New
Rules singer was in the running to write
the movie’s next soundtrack and now
she’s hinted she’s got the job.
Ahead of her flamingo-starring
performance she was asked about the
rumours and said: “I don’t know, I would
love to but I’m not recording it so far.”
When pushed if she will be recording it
soon, she added: “I don’t know... I have
nothing to say.”
I doubt the flamingo will make the cut...
Picture: SPLASH
„Ê
LEGGY
Taylor
Swift thighbombed her
way down the
red carpet
after scooping
an impressive
two gongs.
The
Delicate
songstress
won the
coveted Top
Female Artist,
and Top Selling
Album for
Reputation.
„Ê
New Harmony
FORMER Fifth Harmony
bandmates Camila
Cabello and Normani
kissed and made up
backstage.
The girls were reunited
for the first time since
Camila quit the group back
in 2016 and it appears all
has been forgiven.
Meanwhile, Normani
revealed Missy Elliot has
been writing for her debut
solo LP. She spilled: “We
had a creative call maybe
two-three weeks ago and
she’s really excited.
“I told her the direction
I was going for and
immediately she’s like: ‘Ye,
I’ve got a record, I was
going to save that for
myself but you know...’”
Perhaps a Camila
collab could be on the
cards now too?
Yellow’s
all white
on J.Lo
J.LO had her
heart set on a Cardi B
collaboration from the
moment she heard Bodak Yellow.
She was one of the first artists
to approach the rapper for a
collaboration on new song Dinero
before her career really blew up. Jennifer
admitted: “When I heard the track I knew
right away. At that time Bodak Yellow had
just come out, she’s from the Bronx and it
felt like the right vibe.”
J.Lo celebrated the single’s launch
with a Las Vegas party, complete
with a see-through white outfit,
while pregnant Cardi B
watched from
home.
GOT A STORY? Call us on 020 8612 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
ACE BUTCHER:
ARMY FAILED
MY DEAD SON
DRINK: Gibson
Crash
footie
star jail
let-off
Legend’s call to ‘look
after’ heroic veterans
ENGLAND football legend Terry Butcher
called on the Army to help veterans after
his son Chris died following a battle with
post-traumatic stress disorder.
The former Three Lions captain fought back tears
as he urged the services to “look after their people”.
Picture: ALBANPIX
FOOTBALLER Darron
Gibson was spared jail
yesterday for his second
drink-drive smash after
revealing trauma from
childhood bullying led him
to booze binge.
The former Manchester
United, Everton and
Sunderland midfielder was
driving on “autopilot” after
necking vodka and
sleeping pills when he
crashed his Mercedes 4x4
into six cars.
A roadside test revealed
that he was three times the
limit. The Republic of
Ireland international
admitted drink-driving.
Henry Blackshaw,
defending, told South Tyneside JPs Gibson, 30, was
bullied at school and
“physically and emotionally” abused as a teen.
He was not an alcoholic
but had spates of binge
drinking to help him cope
with his traumatic past.
Gibson, from Hale,
Greater Manchester, was
banned from driving for 40
months, ordered to pay
£800 compensation and told
to complete a community
order including rehab.
In 2015 he admitted drinkdriving after crashing into
three cyclists.
Peppa’s
filthy rich
THE voice of children’s
telly favourite Peppa Pig
earns a whopping £1,000
an hour.
Harley Bird, 16, is on
course to become a
millionaire by the age
of 21.
She has been the voice of
the character for 11 years,
and can bank £12,000 in
just one week.
The teen is also the star
of So Sammy, the Disney
Channel show created by
actress and comedian
Miranda Hart.
Lisa set
to marry
FORMER Emmerdale star
Lisa Riley has revealed she
is engaged.
Lisa, 41, who played
Mandy Dingle in the ITV
soap, tweeted: “Yes I can
now confirm the rumours
are true... I have got
engaged. My soul mate and
best mate and love of my
life Al is the best thing to
have ever happened to me.
“We have absolutely NO
date set for ANY wedding
day, just happy together...
zero fuss, just firmed our
togetherness.”
**
®Ê
GRIEVING: Terry at hearing
and above, a bloodied hero
playing for England in 1989
Chris, 35, was forced to leave the Army in 2015 after
witnessing the horrors of war on gruelling tours in
Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Army captain turned to drugs and alcohol to
quieten the flashbacks, hallucinations and voices after
returning home.
His father found him in a bedroom of the family home in
Suffolk last October where he had been living after the
mental torment led to
® by JACK ANDREWS
marriage troubles.
At an inquest, next to
Chris’s widow Laura, his bravery”. He begged the
the tough ex-defender forces to reconsider the
said: “In truth, after support given to “our heintense tours of roes and victims of war”.
Ipswich Coroner’s Court
Iraq
and
Afghanistan heard Chris was haunted
he became by the voice of an Army
a
victim major telling him to kill
himself, the screaming
of war.
“These cir- voices of his friends and
cumstances Afghan children and flashare all too backs to an explosion.
He would wake retching
familiar.
“Our coun- in the night thinking he
try has many veter- could smell burning.
Assistant coroner Dr Dan
ans suffering from the same
situation who were released Sharpstone said: “I suspect
from the armed forces too Christopher was attacked
early and having to rely on day and night by an enemy
an overloaded NHS that is he couldn’t see in his war
ill equipped and underfund- without end.”
He recorded a verdict of
ed to cope.
“Our armed forces have a death due to an enlarged
duty to look after their heart of uncertain cause
people, before, during combined with drug use
and after active service and a background of postbut this responsibility traumatic stress disorder.
The MoD said: “We are
has been discarded
committed to providing
too easily.”
The star said troops and veterans with
Chris was a “hero the care they deserve and
who so proudly have increased spending on
served his country mental health to over
and who paid the £22million a year.”
jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk
ultimate price for
WAR HERO: Chris serving in the forces
PROUD DAD: Terry and baby Chris in 1982
FAN ‘TRICKED’ BY TOUT
A LIVERPOOL fan told last
night how he felt “sick and
embarrassed” after paying
£700 for a fake Champions
League final ticket.
Mark Raw, 47, has already
booked his trip to Kiev but
faces missing the match
against Real Madrid.
He was put in touch with the
Twitter seller – who used the
#EUCL hashtag – by a pal.
Mark said: “He called
around to my house in what I
thought was a taxi but it was
a hire car. He said the price
was £700 for the ticket and I
bought it off him.
“He said it was his ticket
and he couldn’t go and this,
that and the other.’’
After the seller had left he
examined the ticket against
his pal’s real one and “just
knew it was fake”.
He called the tout back and
demanded the return of his
cash. But the seller insisted
the ticket he had handed over
was 100% real.
He accused Mark of
swapping it for a bogus one
in a scam to get his money
back before switching his
phone off.
Uefa has warned fans who
buy tickets from unofficial
outlets may not get into the
stadium on Saturday.
Isis in chilling
terror threat
EXCITED: Supporters
ANTI-terror cops are on maximum alert in
Kiev after chilling warnings from Islamic
State fighters.
An Isis poster put out online has an armed
jihadi standing above the Olympiyskiy Stadium in the Ukraine capital with the caption:
“Soon in Kiev... the Champions League.”
It is feared about 500 Isis soldiers are hiding
out in Ukraine. They see it as a gateway to
Europe after fleeing Syria and Iraq.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Pictures: BACKGRID
RUSSIANS
KICK OFF
OVER ROM
They slam UK visa delay
RUSSIA
blames
Roman ® by ROBIN COTTLE
Abramovich’s visa delay on
and his businesses in recent years.
“hostility” over the
And he was allowed access
spy poisoning row.
Chelsea owner’s visa shocker
to Britain through all the
ROMAN
BANNED
FROM UK
Chelsea’s owner missed
their FA Cup triumph
on Saturday.
time Theresa May was in
charge of the Home Office.
“So was she wrong then,
A source in Moscow
or more likely, are these
said: “This looks like \ip
new games now from
\pX Why he wasn’t at cup final
more anti-Russian hostility
London?” An aide for Mr
from Britain.
Abramovich’s said: “This
“But it is odd since nothing signifi- is his personal business.”
robin.cottle@dailystar.co.uk
cant has changed with Abramovich
®Êby PAUL
DONNELLEY
CHELSEA owner
Roman Abramovich
missed his team’s
FA Cup Final victory
over Manchester
United at Wembley
after he was barred
from Britain.
The oligarch’s
visa ran out last
month and the
Home Office has yet
to rule on a new one.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
‘Attack’
on war
vet, 96
A D-DAY veteran has
described the moment he
thought he was going to
die after being attacked by
a cold caller.
James Booth, 96,
collapsed after being
attacked with a claw
hammer by “desperate”
Joseph Isaacs.
A court heard he suffered
multiple depressed skull
fractures in the attack at
his home last November
and was “left for dead”.
The trial heard Isaacs, 40,
became angry when Mr
Booth refused his offer of
doing cheap work to his
roof tiles. He shouted
“money, money, money” as
he launched his attack on
the Royal Navy veteran.
Rachel Drake,
prosecuting, told Taunton
Crown Court that Mr
Booth tried to evade his
attacker – who hit him on
the head and arms – by
retreating into his home.
Mr Booth, of Taunton,
Somerset, told police: “I
thought: ‘Oh my God, I am
dead, he has killed me.’”
Of the hammer, he said:
“It was not an ordinary
small one... it was a
whacking great hammer,
yeah, with a big claw.”
Isaacs, 40, who is
appearing via videolink
from jail, denies attempted
murder. He has admitted
causing grievous bodily
harm, aggravated burglary
and six counts of fraud in
relation to the incident.
The trial continues.
OP IN FOR RIDE
CHILDREN going for ops
at Sandwell Hospital, West
Bromwich, are being given
rides in remote-controlled
cars to calm their nerves.
BOOBS SWINDLER
PUT BEHIND BRAS
Mum jailed over
9<=FI<
her £75K claim
A GREEDY mum swindled more than
£75,000 of benefits to pay for a boob job
and luxury holidays.
Tammy Gunter, 41, pocketed tax credits by claiming
she was a single parent.
But she was secretly married to Neil Hart, the dad of her
two children, and they lived a “lavish” lifestyle.
The couple spent the money on breaks to Las Vegas and
Florida, and took out a £22,000 loan for a holiday home
in the US. Gunter also
travelled to Eastern Europe ® by JAMES CAVEN
for her boob job.
She was handed £76,008 in 46, admitted encouraging
tax credits between 2007 or assisting her, and was
and 2016, when she was locked up for six months.
The mum has now been
working part-time in a shop
told to repay £23,358 followand a garage.
Gunter also made false ing a proceeds of crime
claims for student finance hearing at Merthyr Tydfil
and a £2,000 NHS bursary to Crown Court.
Nuhu Gobir, prosecuting,
train as a nurse.
She even forged a letter, said: “The defendant dissupposedly from HMRC, honestly maintained she
and sent it to her local coun- was single. She enjoyed a
cil. But officials became lavish lifestyle.”
Byron Broadstock, desuspicious because it had
spelling mistakes, and the fending Gunter, said she
and Hart had a “tumultucouple were arrested.
Gunter, of Blackwood, ous” relationship and her
Caerphilly, later admitted plastic surgery was for
fraud and forgery and was “psychological reasons”.
james.caven@dailystar.co.uk
jailed for two years, Hart,
Pictures: CATERS
ACCUSED: Isaacs
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I’m a white
little belter
LAGS WORKER
FIDDLED CASH
A BRIDE dropped 11st for her dream
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wedding after vowing to never buy
a plus-size gown.
Allise Shapiro, 31, had dreamt of her big
white wedding since she was a little girl
but knew it was impossible while weighing
23st and wearing a size 22 dress.
Allise, from South Woodham Ferrers,
Essex, tied the knot with Daniel 34,
after ditching crisps and fast food. She
said: “I loved showing off my hard work.”
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pretended she was jobless to
fiddle £7,000 in benefits.
Tara Gale, 38, pocketed
unemployment and
housing payments.
Gale, of Bridgend, south
Wales, admitted the offence
at Cardiff Crown Court.
Judge Neil Bidder
adjourned sentence but told
her she would have to start
paying the money back.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Fresh
jail fear
for ‘spy’
mother
FORGET LONDON EYE
...IT’S THE WHEY AYE!
Pictures: KPPICTURES
NEW CHARGE: Nazanin
A BRITISH mother jailed
in Iran after being
convicted of spying has
been told to expect another
sentence after appearing in
court over a new charge,
her husband said.
Nazanin ZaghariRatcliffe, who was jailed
in 2016, appeared in court
accused of spreading
propaganda against
Tehran’s hardline
Islamist regime.
The 39-year-old BritishIranian dual national, from
Hampstead, north London,
is serving a five-year
sentence for spying, which
she denies, and of plotting
to overthrow the Tehran
government.
Her husband, Richard
Ratcliffe, said the mum of
one had again denied
committing any crime, and
appealed for freedom so
that she might be able to
have a second child.
But Mr Ratcliffe said:
“She was told to expect
that she will be convicted.”
Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe,
who works for the
Thomson Reuters
Foundation, the charitable
arm of the news agency,
was arrested at Tehran
airport in April 2016 while
with her then baby
daughter Gabriella.
She was later jailed for
five years but has denied
the charges against her.
Toon to get huge wheel
THE biggest observation wheel
in Europe is set to be built in
Newcastle and has been
dubbed the “Whey Aye”.
Standing almost 460ft high beside the
River Tyne, developers say it will be
16ft taller than the London Eye.
It will also create up to 550 jobs and see
more than £100million invested in the city.
The wheel will include an 11,960 square
yard LED digital screen, which will
give information about local culture and
events as well as adverts.
STAR
STAFF at
Howletts Wild
Animal Park, near
Canterbury, Kent, are
celebrating the birth of
a rare western lowland
gorilla which has yet
to be named.
Famous
The proposed site is at the east end of
the Quayside, on the site of the former
Spillers Flour Mill.
An artist’s impression shows the wheel
standing far higher than other famous
landmarks nearby such as the Tyne Bridge
and the Angel of the North.
Included in the experience would be bars
and restaurants and a visitor attraction
called Giants of the North.
This will celebrate the achievements of
BURST
‘Tongue
stud’ hell
A WARNING was issued
over potentially lethal fake
tongue piercings after
three teenage girls ended
up in hospital.
They swallowed the small
magnetic parts, which are
put on the tongue and
designed to look like
piercings.
The girls, in their early
teens and all from
Nottinghamshire, suffered
from abdominal
complications. Two needed
major bowel surgery to
remove them.
Trading standards
watchdogs say the fake
piercings could prove
deadly if swallowed.
Councillors are now
calling for the products –
which can be bought online
– to be banned.
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the area’s sports stars and business people
through history.
The plans were announced by the World
Wheel Company, which has built and operated giant observation wheels and family
entertainment centres around the globe.
It said visitors would be taken on a
30-minute “flight” on the Whey Aye.
A detailed planning application will be
submitted later this year and it hopes to
attract 800,000 visitors in the first year.
Football pundit Alan Shearer welcomed
the plans, saying: “I think it would be great
news for Newcastle.
“It’s just what the city needs – a new
iconic attraction that celebrates our rich
history and culture, while creating jobs
and income for the people. A development
like this would have my full support.”
Phil Lynagh, chief executive officer of
World Wheel Company’s Newcastle operation, said: “This is without doubt one of
the most exciting investment and regeneration projects in the UK, if not the world.”
news@dailystar.co.uk
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HIGH POINT:
An artist’s
impression of the
Whey Aye wheel
as compared with
the Tyne Bridge
Sexy Demi’s
dazzling kit
DEMI Rose looked a real dazzler in her
„
glittering gold bikini as she posed for
a saucy photoshoot in Ibiza.
But the sultry babe, 23, needed a
„
piggy-back as she struggled to cross
the rocky landscape. Demi was promoting
her own bikini and clothing range in the
Spanish sunshine.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Can see the ‘jokes’ coming a mile
off. stig2
Emmerdale: I reckon the
whole cast conspired to have
‘newcomer’ Gerry killed off –
when they realised he was a
proper actor! BoltonFaz (and ‘is
missus)
Corrie: Don’t know about
bringing Curly Watts back,
this soap should be taken off our
screens. JL
So the BBC waived the licence
fee so local communities
could watch the Royal Wedding.
Could it be that the Royal Family’s popularity is on the wane?
PHANTOM TEXTER
A horse made a guest appearance on The Chase. It’s the
only time a rider has come in useful. PONYTAIL PETE
So Stephen Mulhern wants to
set up home in Florida because “you are always guaranteed
hot weather”. You’re also guaranteed hurricanes Stephen! FLOYD
After watching Utd’s pathetic
display against Chelsea in
the FA Cup all I can say is we’ve
no chance of gettin nr City in the
Prem! clive sweeney, basildon
I reckon Roman Abramovic
knew how dull FA Cup Final
was going to be and paid not to get
visa renewed! Big T, Cheshire
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Stone at
the wedding.
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how beautiful she
is. Any chance
of a pic. Hugh,
Liverpool
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lardies... fatter than the Americans.
But don’t worry, May will save the day
news must have missed that one!
FUNKY LEVEN
Meghan Markle outlines her royal
plans, ha,ha,ha you’ll jump to
with anti-obesity plan. What’s she
gonna do, ban food? It’s a lost cause. order same as the rest silly girl. Fife
Davy
Harry, Wilmslow
Why is anyone surprised our kids
the beckhams together every
are now tubbier than the Yanks’
picture tells a story alrite. what a
children? Our high streets and shop- miserable couple they are. but with his
ping malls are full of fast food outlets. mates he’s always smiling. mmm. big
Junkman, NW London
ben, donny
Sat in Burger King reading the
Victoria Beckham really looked
Daily Star, i am totally lost why our
happy at the wedding. not. I don’t
11 year olds are fatter than ever – what know what he sees in her. Face like a
could be the reason? Micky D, Lancs
bag of spanners! Mal the claret
Junk food and lazy lifestyles
With her miserable face and dark
blamed for our next generation of
clothes Victoria Beckham looked
would be fatties, this really is weight on more like she was going to a funeral
the nation’s shoulders. John, luton
rather than Harry and Meghan’s wedThank you Daily Star for your bril- ding. MARLENE NORTHANTS
Absolutely sick of Royal Wedding.
liant coverage of the Royal Wed49 pages in one Sunday paper and
ding. Beautiful. Love jayne Xx:):):)
Harry and Meghan, wot can u say probably get it all week. Enough is
that hasn’t been said before? wish- enough. SCOUSE
What a waste of money. £32mill for
ing them luck would be an understatea wedding. that money can be used
ment. how about the world’s their oyster
and harry has found his pearl. the world for the NHS, police, fire service. and
awaits a new chapter in the royal mon- why pay £50,000 for a cake? could of
gone to sainsburys. to me this
archy. all the best to you both and
country is going down. Denwish u lots of happiness.
nis Southampton
geordie ray
I am a Republican
So on the 5th July the
but I watched the
NHS turns 70. Let’s
wedding and I hope the
hope it doesn’t need an
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couple have a great life
appointment to celee do
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together. To see the
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Harry. I can’t wait for their
craze? anon
children. Positive T
Great wedding, gorgeous
Re tattoohater: What a
day, fantastic show. Beautiful peomagically perfect person
ple. And James Corden. ED CHAT
you must be if all you have to do is
The Royal Family brings in billions grouch about someone having a
of pounds from tourism, which the tattoo!! funky
When I was young you had to go
government takes a big chunk from. So
to a circus to see a fat tattooed
I will let them off with the odd wedding
woman. Now they’re everywhere!
here and there. PUBLUNCH
So glad I wasn’t the only one who Granty boy
Wow, loved the scorching pics in
enjoyed the wedding! Wonderful
the photo casebook in Monday!
day, wonderful weather and a perfect
couple! Congratulations to Harry and SEXY ANN
It’s rumoured that in future, ladies’
Meghan and hope you have a long and
tights will be made from a composhappy life together! JoM
We have all seen how much hair ite of wood, coal dust and rubber. WomWilliam has lost. We are all seeing en won’t be complaining of ladders in
how Harry is also losing his. Which one their tights, it will be either a splinter, a
is going for hair transplant first? clinker or a blow-out. Devonian
The indestructible black boxes on
Farouk Crosshill
8m watch royal wedding, 9m less
airplanes! I was thinking: why
than Wills wedding. be interesting don’t they make the whole plane out of
to see the FA Cup final viewing figures. that stuff? tony worksop
My new dog, Minton, just ate all
AL, DURHAM
Just heard suits actress Meghan
my shuttlecocks. Bad Minton!!!
Markle got married, showbiz JADE PIKOLEE
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
TEA leaves could be used
to treat lung cancer after
scientists found they have
special healing properties.
Particles taken from
leaves destroyed 80% of
lung cancer cells and
stopped them from
reproducing.
Researchers from
Swansea University and
two Indian unis were using
the leaves to find ways to
detect tumours.
They accidentally found
that the tiny particles
were capable of killing
cancer cells.
SCRUMMY HERO
Driver’s
defrosty
reception
A DRIVER sped past police
at a crash scene because he
didn’t want his microwave
meals to defrost.
Anthony Welford, 56, told
officers who halted traffic
after the accident: “I had
my shopping in the car and
I didn’t want it to melt.”
Welford, of Bognor Regis,
West Sussex, was convicted
by Worthing magistrates
of dangerous driving and
driving without due care
and attention.
He received nine penalty
points and was fined £120.
Pictures: SWNS
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IN ACTION:
Jordyn with
her bravery award
and, above and
left, in training
for her team
Rugby babe tackles robber to rescue family
A YOUNG woman rugby player
who tackled a violent robber to
the ground to save a mum and
her children has been rewarded.
Jordyn Mavromatis, 22, saw a thug
snatch a bag from a woman, leaving her
bleeding as her children cried for help.
JAILED: Violent O’Boyle
Fearless Jordyn leapt into action and
smashed into him, knocking him down.
Mugger Daniel O’Boyle managed to get to his
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feet and make it to a car driven by accomplice
Elaine Garcia, but they were caught nearby.
In February O’Boyle, 41, was jailed for 16
years for a string of robberies and an earlier
incident of grievous bodily harm, while
Garcia, 43, was jailed for 22 months.
And Jordyn, a winger for Wellingborough
Rugby Club, Northants, has now been presented with a High Sheriff Award for bravery and
£750 for her “public spirited and courageous”
actions in the robbery last August.
The Zimbabwean-born insurance broker
said: “It was just like rugby. I knew I had to
stop him but the only way I knew how to stop
someone so big was to rugby tackle them.”
The plucky lass called police and stayed with
the traumatised family.
Judge Michael Fowler said she had been
“exceptionally quick-thinking and brave”.
jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
A SAD DAI
FOR
SPORT
Welsh shop’s 3 Lions fury
If you think tattoos
® by JERRY LAWTON
ASDA bosses started a World
Cup war by trying to flog England football merchandise at
a store in Wales.
Locals slammed the stand selling £1
hats, flags and water bottles bearing
the St George’s Cross in Caernarfon.
CUP BATTLE: The England goods
Craig ab Iago, a councillor in the Gwynedd town, branded the firm “ignorant”.
Gwyn Williams, who lives nearby, said:
“This is Wales, not England – two different and distinct countries.
“If English people living here want stuff
for the World Cup it’s a short hop across
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1.30 BBC Regional News
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6.30 Ill Gotten Gains (R) (W) (S)
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11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
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12.30 Loose Women With Maureen
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approach to Jason’s impending
fatherhood. (AD) (W) (S)
8.00 RHS Chelsea Flower
Show 2018 It’s been a day
of high emotion at Chelsea,
with the all-important medal
results finally revealed. Monty
Don and Joe Swift are on hand
to give their views on who won
gold and who missed out. (W) (S)
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9.00 The Split Nathan swears
to Hannah that he did not meet
anyone on the Indiana Ray site.
Meanwhile, Rex and Nina start
to fall for one another. Abi
Morgan’s drama, starring Nicola
Walker, Stephen Mangan
and Deborah Findlay. (W) (S)
9.00 Manchester: The Night
Of The Bomb On May 22,
2017, a Manchester-born man
detonated a homemade bomb at
an Ariana Grande pop concert.
Cameras reveal the story of that
night through the eyes of teenage
girls who survived the attack. (W)
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10.00 BBC News At Ten
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.00 Later Live – With Jools
10.00 ITV News, Weather
10.00 Mo Salah: A Football
10.00 The Sex Business:
Holland Featuring performances
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
Fairy Tale Liverpool footballer
Working From Home
by Bjork, The Breeders and Les
Mo Salah shot to world stardom
Providing sexual services in
Amazones D’Afrique. (W) (S)
in one season, with his goals
their own homes, escorts are
10.30 Newsnight, Weather
10.30 Regional News, Weather
helping the club to the Champions
one of the biggest growth areas
Analysis of the day’s events,
League final. Cameras chart
in the British sex business.
presented by Emily Maitlis. (W)
10.45 Heathrow: Britain’s
his rise from humble origins in
This episode follows three
Busiest Airport Featuring
Egypt to soccer superstar. (S)
independent escorts. (S)
Russian children returning home
11.00 Celebrity Botched Up
from British boarding schools. (R) 11.00 24 Hours In Police
Custody The return of the
Bodies Model Emma B asks
documentary following the work
for her breast implants to
11.15 Love In The Countryside 11.15 Car Crash Britain
Documentary looking at crashes,
of Bedfordshire Police, beginning
be straightened out. Plus,
This time, 28-year-old equine vet
miracle escapes and bad
with a case in which a woman’s
Celebrity Big Brother star
Heather and 33-year-old cattle
driving – with dramatic video
body has been found abandoned
Chloe Goodman’s unsuccessful
and sheep farmer Christine’s
and interviews from victims and
in overgrown grassland. It
Botox treatment and the work
dates arrive to sample rural life.
eyewitnesses. (R) (W) (S)
appears that she has bled to
undergone by Cher. (R) (S)
Christine throws her two dates
death and as a forensic team
Joe and Josh straight in at the
12.05 My Mum’s Hotter Than Me!
combs the grass for clues,
deep end. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
Documentary about people who
12.10 Jackpot247 Viewers are
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10.45 MisFITS Like Us
Young people with the same
diagnosed condition spend
time living together. Here,
cameras focus on artist Terrina,
who has Tourette’s. (W) (S)
11.30 Reggie Yates’ Extreme
South Africa: Knife Crime
ER Reggie Yates spends a week
in a new district hospital in Cape
Flats, the network of townships
that are home to Cape Town’s
most impoverished citizens.
(R) Followed by Weather.
d`[e`^_k 12.30-6.00 BBC News Catch up
with the latest headlines. (W) (S)
Home Cook Claudia Winkleman
presents week two of the culinary
contest. (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
1.15 Sign Zone: Secret Agent
Selection: WW2 (AD) (R) (W) (S)
2.15-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
7.55 The Political Slot (S)
7.00 MotoGP Highlights
Action from the Bugatti Circuit
at the Circuit de la Sarthe, where
the fifth round took place. Marc
Marquez entered this event at
the top of the riders’ standings
following back-to-back victories in
the United States and Spain. (S)
8.00 Love Your Garden: NHS
Special Alan Titchmarsh and
his team create a garden for the
Royal Manchester Children’s
Hospital. This effort is in response
to letters from patients, some
of whom were victims of the
Manchester bombing. (W) (S)
8.00 Amazing Spaces
Special: 24 Hour Build
Inspired by a 600-year old Welsh
legend, George Clarke recruits
Will Hardie and a team of skilled
builders. Together they design
a lakeside cabin built using
natural raw materials. (AD) (S)
8.00 Intercity 125: The
Train That Saved Britain’s
Railway Part two of two. How a
marketing campaign persuaded
unenthusiastic Brits to embrace
what new trains had to offer
and Prue Leith reflects on the
refreshment options. (S)
9.00 A&E Live New series.
Davina McCall follows the staff
of Leeds General Infirmary
across the week, seeing events
unfold through the eyes of the
doctors, nurses and paramedics
on the frontline. She experiences
everything as they do. (W) (S)
9.00 Trains From Hell:
Caught On Camera
Documentary featuring reallife footage. From shocking
near-misses and devastating
derailments to rush-hour rage and
unique on-board entertainment,
all captured on camera. (S)
9.00 The Yorkshire Vet: A
Labour Of Love Peter Wright
rushes out to save a newborn
calf, and also tends to Bison,
a beloved boxer who has
developed hormone problems.
Meanwhile, Julian Norton
pays a visit to Tazmin. (AD) (S)
in live interactive gaming from the
comfort of their sofas. (W) 3.00
Loose Women (R) (W) 3.45 ITV
Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show. The host invites
guests to air their differences. (R)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Make You Laugh Out Loud
8.25 Dance Moms US reality series.
9.10 According To Jim US sitcom.
9.40 According To Jim Kyle’s
Halloween costume concerns Jim. (S)
10.10 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
10.40 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
11.05 On Benefits Including single
mother-of-five Vanessa from Leeds
who dreams of becoming a model. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors
The police chase a thief driving
a souped-up Ford Mondeo. (S)
1.05 Can’t Pay Special: Big
Family Bust Up The enforcement
agents are caught in the crossfire
of three bitter family disputes.
2.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! In West London, enforcement
agents Max and Cona chase up more
than £2,000 in unpaid parking fines.
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace US sitcom.
4.30 Will & Grace Hit comedy.
5.00 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
5.30 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Xanthe considers
a new direction in her life. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 Home And Away Irene and
Marilyn help to revive Maggie’s spirits
after her chemotherapy. (AD) (S)
7.00 Police Interceptors The team
discovers the hideout of a gang of
burglars and pursues a BMW driver
who risks all by running across four
lanes of a dual carriageway. (S)
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! In Coventry, the sheriffs chase
£10,000 owed by a publican. (S)
9.00 Rich Kids Go Skint
Rich vlogger Callum moves in with
Luke, a dad of two who lives on the
breadline in Kent. Last in the series.
10.00 Little People, Giant World
Cameras follow three people
with dwarfism as they reach major
milestones in their lives. (S)
11.00 FILM: From Hell 2001 (18)
Mystery thriller, starring Johnny Depp.
1.35 Celebrity Sex Pod 2.35
Celebrity Sex Pod 3.30 According To
Jim 3.55 Access 4.00 Teleshopping
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.05 Catch A Contractor
A builder hired to renovate a condo.
9.25 Rookie Blue With Swarek
missing, Andy tries to find clues that
will help locate him before it is too late.
10.10 Law & Order Briscoe and
Curtis investigate a shooting. (S)
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans
Pride goes rogue to take down drug
baron Garcia. Scott Bakula stars. (S)
12.05 Longmire Walt replaces Henry
as a judge for a beauty contest.
1.05 NCIS Having identified the mole
in their ranks, the agents are forced to
rely on information from questionable
sources. Michael Weatherly stars. (S)
2.00 NCIS A petty officer is killed in
what at first seems to be a road-rage
incident. Mark Harmon stars.
3.00 Law & Order While
investigating the death of a baby,
Briscoe and Curtis discover an illegal
adoption ring operating from Russia.
4.00 Law & Order McCoy and
Carmichael have the unenviable task
of prosecuting three police officers. (S)
5.00 FILM: Dear Diary, I Died
2016 (PG) Thriller, starring Katherine
Kelly Lang and Whitney Rose Pynn.
6.50 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS CIA agent Trent Kort
returns to track down a dangerous
criminal. Cote de Pablo stars. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS An army scientist goes
missing, so Abby is asked to
temporarily replace him. (AD) (S)
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A Chicago crime
resembles a decade-old New York
City case, so police from the Windy
City team up with the squad to track
down a suspect they had to release.
10.00 Grimm Nick and Hank
investigate the murder of an
elderly couple. David Giuntoli stars.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A nine-year-old girl
claims she has been molested. (S)
11.55 Rookie Blue Andy and Gail find
a boy crammed into the boot of a car.
12.55 CSI: NY (S) 1.50 CSI: NY (S)
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attack, a year ago today, were
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bloodsport has been illegal for decades, so why is it still
going strong? 11.30 MisFITS Like Us. New series. Young
people with the same diagnosed condition spend time living
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group of strangers who all have Tourette’s, but are more
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deserts. Demonstrating the importance of travelling light, Ray
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trip to the forest, he meets a genie that grants him one wish.
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family with a unique way of life, to experience a community
where they still keep ancient traditions alive and practice
some of old farming methods. 10.30 Cyfrinachau’r Meirw
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
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JANE SAYS: Roll up your
sleeves and try to sort
out this mess. Lack of
communication is
pushing you apart.
You both need to
address your problems
like mature adults.
Start off by asking her
how she thinks things
are going – and really
listen to her opinions.
What does she think of
you and the quality
of life you share?
Then ask her not to
interrupt while you put
your views across.
Can she understand
why you get upset?
Can you both make
changes to improve your
life together?
If she continues to
humiliate you, you’ll have
to think about whether
staying in this union is a
good idea for the sake of
your self-respect and
mental health.
Would she be happier
as a single woman?
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IT often feels as
though I’m nothing to
my partner.
She doesn’t consider
my feelings and speaks
to me like dirt.
I don’t like that she’s
still in regular contact
with three of her
ex-lovers or the way
she stays out all night
without telling me
where she is.
I don’t speak to any
of my ex partners,
even those who still
owe me money.
I fear she lies to me
about who she sees
and where she goes.
If I dare to ask her
about her movements,
she gets defensive and
tells me to get stuffed.
Yet she still expects
me to service her
whenever she feels
horny. She uses sex as
a weapon and I’m the
whipping boy.
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friends – one male and
one female – and they
are all extremely close.
They met in sixth form and
travelled the world for two
years before they got a flat
together.
My guy swears he loves me, but
I can’t help suspecting that he
still has sex with both of them –
both separately and together.
He openly admits that when
they lived in a hippie commune in
California they all slept in the
same bed. They were known as
the “Crazy Brits” because they
did everything as one.
Private
I have seen pictures of them all
skinny-dipping with their arms
wrapped around each other and
have no evidence that anything
has changed.
He and I got together during a
party, but his friends are always
in the background and make it
clear they don’t like me much.
The three of them hang out
together at least twice a week.
They all speak to each other
every day and keep secrets and
private jokes from me.
Often my guy will come back
smelling of her perfume or his
aftershave. When I accuse him of
getting too close, he laughs.
But my friends think he’s got
the most peculiar set-up in the
world and can’t understand how
I let him get away with it.
But what choice do I have when
they all go back so far?
The problem is that I’m not
super confident and don’t feel
completely secure in this rela-
THREE’S A CROWD: She suspects her bloke is having sex with his two former flatmates
tionship. My guy has never said
he loves me or suggested we make
things permanent.
I’ve got a horrible feeling that if
he had to drag anyone out of a
burning building then it would be
them and not me.
Recently, at a dinner, the woman
was unbelievably rude to me. She
called me shallow and uneducated because I dared to challenge
her political beliefs and my guy
laughed and took her side.
JANE SAYS: Your man can be
friends with anyone he likes.
Lots of guys (and girls) have
mates of the opposite sex. It’s
healthy, modern and right. But he
has to learn the meaning of loyalty, too. Did he show his true colours at that dinner party?
If you don’t know what goes on
behind certain closed doors, then
you’re right to be concerned.
If your man really is sleeping
with another girl and guy, then
that’s cheating.
If they’re also sleeping with other people, then your sexual health
is being seriously compromised.
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ask him where you actually stand.
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sleep with his old friends too?
You’re not judging or stamping
your foot – you just have to know.
Obviously, I don’t know your guy
or the set-up with his pals. But, as
an outsider, he does sound worryingly close to his ex-lovers.
Could it be he’s only with you to
appease his parents or impress a
boss? You cannot allow your lack
of confidence to blind you to the
fact that he has a whole other life
and different agenda.
Tell him you have to know where
you stand. Don’t be scared to walk
if you’re unhappy.
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BACK in 2016, my husband
came to me with a
shocking confession.
He was having an affair
with my best friend.
Could I ever forgive him?
Could we try again?
I ordered him to leave the
house. Nine months later
I heard she’d relocated to
New Zealand and was never
coming back.
Now he’s home again and
has declared that he wants
us to resume our sex life.
I can’t think of anything
worse. I don’t know what to
do and the idea of getting
naked in front of him is
turning my stomach.
I can’t get over the fact
that the last woman he
pleasured was her.
Now he’s getting angry
with me, saying that I’m not
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LEADING sprinter Battaash could make his
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2,000
Guineas
hero,
Saxon
Warrior.
It seems that the bookies are
going to take a hammering if he
delivers a week on Saturday.
William Hill have reported that
he is the best backed ante-post
horse in the history of the Investec
Derby.
Saxon Warrior heads the market
at 8-11 with his nearest challenger,
Roaring Lion on the drift and is 7-1
from 6-1.
“There is the odd bet for an
outsider but nine of every ten bets
has been for Saxon Warrior,” said
William Hill spokesman Rupert
Adams.
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S FIVE MEETINGS
A - Ayr C - Chepstow
Hu - Huntingdon Hx - Hexham
N - Nottingham
Admiral Kid ................ C
Adventureman ........... A
Afandem ..................... A
Affina .......................... N
Airton .......................... N
Alberta ........................ Hu
Alfiboy ........................ Hx
Almoghared................ C
Ana Lichious .............. A
Andhaar ...................... Hx
Arabian Jazz .............. N
Archibelle ................... A
Athassel...................... C
Aussie View ............... C
Austin Powers ........... N
Aviator ........................ Hu
Back To Balloo .......... Hx
Bafana Blue................ Hx
Barend Boy ................ N
Baron Run .................. A
Barrafohona ............... Hu
Barrington Bolt .......... Hu
Beauden Barrett ........ A
Beer With The Boys .. C
Belated Breath ........... N
Bennachie .................. Hx
Berry De Carjac ......... C
Beyondtheflame......... Hx
Bezos .......................... N
Bid Adieu.................... C
Black Banjo ................ Hu
Blackadder ................. Hu
Blanchefleur ............... N
Bobby Joe Leg........... A
4.55
3.05
4.45
4.00
4.35
7.10
7.30
4.55
5.15
7.00
3.25
5.45
2.45
2.10
2.55
8.10
9.00
7.30
1.50
3.05
8.40
8.40
3.35
4.55
5.05
7.30
4.55
7.00
5.05
5.25
7.40
6.10
4.00
4.45
Bollin Ted ................... A
Bombshell Bay .......... C
Boreagh Lass............. C
Boundary Lane .......... A
Bowler Hat.................. N
Breakwater Bay ......... A
Brigadoon................... N
Bungee Jump............. C
Bustam ....................... N
Caiya ........................... N
Calliope....................... A
Calypso Delegator ..... Hx
Canyouringmeback ... Hu
Cape Banjo................. C
Captain Sharpe .......... Hx
Card Game ................. Hx
Carthage ..................... A
Cash In Mind .............. C
Cathal’s Star .............. Hx
Cent Flying ................. N
Champagne Bob ........ C
Chanceiton ................. Hx
Charin’ Cross ............. Hx
Charlie Chaplin .......... Hu
Charlie Papa Lima ..... Hu
Chateau Robin ........... Hu
Cherry Princess ......... Hx
Chiswick Bey ............. A
Chosen Rose ............. Hu
Christmas Twenty ..... Hx
Circling Vultures........ A
Colenso ...................... C
Colour Contrast ......... A
Columbia Kid ............. A
Cool Exhibit ............... N
Cool Music ................. A
Cooperess .................. C
5.15
2.45
3.45
2.00
2.55
5.45
4.35
3.45
5.05
3.25
5.45
9.00
7.40
5.25
7.00
8.00
5.45
2.45
6.00
5.05
2.45
7.00
7.00
6.10
7.40
7.40
9.00
3.05
8.40
7.00
3.05
4.55
3.05
2.00
1.50
5.45
2.45
Copt Hill...................... Hx
Corinthian Star .......... C
Country Delights ....... Hx
Court Painter.............. Hx
Coviglia....................... A
Cudgel ........................ Hx
Cushy Butterfield ...... Hx
Daarik.......................... N
Daddies Girl ............... N
Dalton ......................... A
Dance Me.................... N
Dandyman Port .......... C
Dark Defender ............ A
David’s Phoebe.......... Hu
Daydream Island........ Hx
Deduce........................ Hu
Delirium ...................... C
Deliverance ................ N
Dido............................. Hu
Dixieland..................... N
Dizoard ....................... Hx
Doctor Haze ............... Hu
Doctor Wonderful ...... N
Don’t Cry About It...... N
Donnelly’s Rainbow .. A
Dora’s Field ................ C
Dorcas ........................ N
Double Reflection ...... N
Dream Baie................. Hu
Dream Sleep............... A
Dreamsoftheatre ........ Hu
Druid’s Diamond........ A
Duhallowcountry ....... Hx
Duration ...................... C
Eager To Know .......... Hx
Early Edition .............. C
Elysian Prince ............ Hu
7.00
2.10
6.00
7.30
2.35
6.00
6.00
1.50
3.25
4.45
4.00
3.45
4.45
7.10
7.30
6.10
4.20
2.20
8.40
1.50
7.00
6.40
2.20
2.55
3.35
4.20
2.55
4.00
6.10
3.35
8.10
5.15
6.30
4.55
7.30
2.10
6.10
Enzo’s Lad ................. N
Eyreborn ..................... A
Fabulous Red............. N
Face Like Thunder..... N
Fairy Falcon ............... A
Finula .......................... Hu
Frankie Rapper .......... Hu
Frankie’s Promise ..... Hx
Friends In Heaven ..... Hx
Gabrial The Devil ....... N
Gabrials Centurion .... N
Gealach Ghorm.......... C
Give Em A Clump ...... C
Give Him Time ........... Hu
Glamorous Dream ..... C
Global Exceed............ C
Global Tango ............. C
Golden Steps ............. A
Gone With The Wind . A
Green Zone ................ Hx
Grey Destiny .............. A
Grimthorpe ................. Hx
Guards Chapel ........... Hu
Hajjam ......................... A
Hallstatt ...................... N
Harbour Patrol ........... A
Hasanoanda ............... N
Hatcher ....................... Hu
Haymarket .................. A
Hey Listen .................. Hx
Highly Sprung ............ A
Highwayman .............. A
History Writer............. N
Ibraz ............................ N
Iconic Belle ................ C
Inchcolm ..................... Hx
Indian Voyage ............ Hx
GREYHOUNDS
CRAYFORD
11.01 PHONE BOOK (nb) (2) ..........Sharons Bling (1)
11.16 RUN GINGER RUN (6) .........Council Terrier (2)
11.31 JOKERS CALL (2) .....................Nanny Win (6)
11.46 FUNNY PLEASURE (4) ........Bonney Banue (1)
12.01 HOLLYHILLCRONODY (1) ........ Romantic Amber (5)
12.16 SOULEY BLUE (1) ...................Clares Chief (6)
12.31 TROUBLEINABUBBLE (1) ......... Bill The Ranger (3)
12.46 CROSSGARCRAINEY (6) ..........Beaming Sherosh (2)
1.01 REBBECAS ROSE (6) ............. Rogue Ebear (5)
1.16 DO YOUR BIT (2) ..................... Sun Hill Brae (1)
1.31 BALLYKEVIN DAVY (nap) (4) .........Scrubit Freddie (6)
1.49 KELVA PENNIE (1) .............Boxoffice Queen (6)
MONMORE
2.06
2.22
2.42
3.02
3.19
3.39
3.59
4.19
4.39
4.58
5.18
5.37
5.54
6.09
SUKIES SECRET (3) ................. Shovel It On (1)
SPORTMANS ZOE (5) .................Malbay Jet (3)
VICKY SUPERNOVA (3) ...... Snooty Maguire (4)
VICKI MAC (2) ...............................Swift Jake (6)
BARRACK RUBBLE (6) .........Chauffeurexpress (2)
MATTS STAR (6) ............... Another Question (4)
MILLTOWN RORY (6) ............Coosane Molly (4)
ITS A NIGHTMARE (5) ..........Dulstone Gwen (3)
BEHIND TIME (4) .................Narabane Bullet (1)
REAHILL PEACH (nap) (1) ..........Droopys Phoenix (2)
SWIFT GLORY (5) ................Headford Taylor (4)
FAIRHILL JAMESIE (4) ...........Beaming Aero (3)
STANDBY ATHENA (nb) (6) .......... Daily Bulletin (3)
DROOPYS CILLIAN (3) ..................Afan Jack (2)
POOLE
6.48 DUNDEE HAZEL (nb) (2) ..........Knockalton Amera (4)
7.06 GLENMARE LAZY (2) ............... Zoomey Bolt (3)
7.22 IDE HERBIE (6) ......................... Michelle Lad (5)
7.37 REDHILLS JULIET (2) .................. Ide Casey (1)
7.52 KAISER KATE (5) .............Spoton Rosefinch (1)
8.07 IDELUCKYDODGER (5) ..............Clover Fern (3)
8.22 HACK UP KITTY (5) ................Turbine Turbo (2)
8.37 DARING GEORGE (nap) (5)...........Coris Moments (4)
8.51 GUINNESS FIVE (5) ...................... Pitch Fork (4)
9.07 NARABANE MISTY (2) ...........Beaming Brae (6)
9.22 JAYJAYS SAPPHIRE (3) ........ Bit View Zebo (1)
9.40 ATHLACCA ABBIE (2) ......Castleroggy Rosy (3)
9.55 STARSHINEALABAMA (6) .........Devils Apache (5)
CENTRAL PARK
11.09 TRAIN SCONE (1) ....................Dixies Flight (6)
11.24 YASSOO TERRY (nap) (3) .........Tiger Duke (1)
11.39 CAPPAGH REVISION (nb) (3) ..........Trapstyle Jewel (1)
11.54 SIGN ONYX (1) ..................Nomads Legend (2)
12.09 SOURHILL LEAHA (1) .............Uppa Murph (5)
12.24 GLYNNSCROSSCRAIG (3) ........ Clounanna Tara (2)
12.39 YOU WANA DANCE (6) ..............Dark Fibre (5)
12.54 HOLLYOAK ALDER (6) ........ Galtymoore Micky (3)
1.08 SIGN JAKE (1) ......................Insane Hannah (2)
1.22 CRITERION (4) ......................Ravefield Molly (5)
1.39 BOCKOS BEAUTY (1) ............View Strength (3)
1.57 BILLYS ROCKET (2) ..................Sound Bites (6)
HOVE
2.12 PARKWEST SALLY (5) ........Guinness Echo (4)
2.32 MANNIX APACHE (nb) (5) ...... Totus Tommy (3)
2.52 DERRYADD MARLEY (4) ..........Balibo Mags (1)
3.11 COOLY AMARA (4) .................Ballylark Buzz (3)
3.29 MISS TURNER (nap) (2)....... Ashby Pastures (6)
3.49 GUSTYS BRAE (2) .....................Beanos Nell (3)
4.09 SCARLET SEAMIST (6) ..........Caterham Rocker (3)
4.29 MILLROAD TAYLOR (4) ............... Celtic Ash (2)
4.48 MALLOGS SUAREZ (1) ............Devils Tyson (3)
5.08 NELLIE OLESON (5) ............. Ballysteen Star (4)
5.28 DRUMCOVE OSCAR (6) ...... Clairekeith Elsa (4)
5.44 GEMINI PRINCESS (3) .......Linn Dubh Paddy (5)
6.02 WESTBERRY MADAME (2) ......... Kanturk Sister (3)
6.19 HARMONIC DANCER (5) ..........Babyface Ivy (4)
TOWCESTER RPGTV
7.02
7.21
7.36
7.52
8.09
8.24
8.41
8.57
9.12
9.27
9.41
9.56
CLONDOUGLAS ROAD (4) ........Culchieland (3)
OPTIMUS PRIME (nb) (6)....... Cashen Cobra (4)
DUNHAM SHIRAZ (nap) (6) ..........Aayamza Bonnie (2)
GOLDSMITH SLICK (2) .............Master Kelly (5)
BORNA GIN (2) .......................Crossfield Will (3)
DOROTAS WILDCAT (1) ...............King Elvis (2)
DROOPYS VERVE (4) ............ Bruisers Bullet (2)
BOMBERS BULLET (2) ..........Rising Brandy (3)
KILLINAN FURY (2) ................... Go With Flo (6)
PINKY PROMISE (3) ...........Meenagh Midget (2)
KOROLEVA QUEEN (3) ........Dunaghy Puma (1)
KILLINAN THUNDER (4)..................Ask Tink (3)
5.05
5.45
3.25
2.55
2.00
6.40
8.10
7.00
6.00
5.05
2.55
2.45
3.15
6.10
3.15
2.45
3.45
4.45
2.35
8.00
3.35
6.00
7.10
4.10
4.35
3.05
2.20
5.40
5.15
9.00
4.10
5.15
2.20
2.20
4.20
8.30
6.30
Indian Warrior ............ N
Infrastructure ............. N
Inner Circle................. A
Intiwin ......................... A
Island Fox................... C
Itlaaq ........................... A
Jay Kay ....................... A
Jazzy Girl.................... C
John Caesar ............... A
John Honeyman ........ A
Joust ........................... N
Jungle Queen............. C
Justification ............... Hu
Kachumba .................. C
Kasperenko ................ Hu
Kaylen’s Mischief ...... A
Keeper’s Choice ........ C
Kg Passion ................. C
Khelman ..................... A
Kick On Dottie............ Hx
Kindred ....................... N
King Spirit .................. Hu
Kings Inn .................... C
Kirkham ...................... A
Kisumu ....................... Hx
Kiwi Bay ..................... A
Knocklayde ................ Hx
Lady Magdala............. A
Lady Of Petra ............. C
Lady Rouda ................ N
Lady Wolf ................... C
Lawtop Legend .......... Hx
Leonidas ..................... A
Let Right Be Done ..... A
Line House ................. N
Lion Rouge................. Hu
Living Leader ............. C
5.05
2.20
4.10
3.05
4.55
5.45
4.10
3.15
5.15
5.15
5.05
3.15
8.10
3.15
5.40
3.05
2.45
2.10
4.10
6.00
2.20
7.40
4.55
4.10
9.00
2.35
7.00
5.15
3.15
1.50
2.10
7.00
5.15
2.35
3.25
5.40
2.45
Louloumills ................ Hx
Lucarno Dancer ......... Hx
Lucky Jim ................... Hu
Lucky Violet ............... A
Luv U Whatever ......... A
Macardle ..................... Hx
Macho Mover ............. C
Madame Jo Jo............ C
Mahlerdramatic .......... Hu
Mambo Dancer........... N
Marvellous Monty ...... Hu
Mashaheer .................. N
Masham Star .............. A
Maybe Mickey ............ Hx
Mayfair Spirit.............. N
Mcginty’s Dream........ Hx
Median ........................ N
Mellow Ben................. Hu
Midas Maggie ............. N
Midnight Mood ........... C
Minella Whisper ......... Hu
Mischief Managed ..... A
Miss Conway.............. Hx
Mon Port ..................... Hu
Mr Snoozy .................. Hx
My Dear Friend .......... N
Natajack ...................... A
Navajo Star................. N
Next Level .................. Hx
Night Generation ....... Hu
Northern Sky .............. A
Northwest Frontier .... N
Not A Role Model....... Hu
Nutopia ....................... A
Oakidoaki ................... Hu
Oenophile ................... C
Oishin ......................... Hx
9.00
9.00
6.40
3.35
5.45
6.00
3.15
3.15
7.40
4.35
8.10
2.55
4.10
6.00
1.50
8.30
2.20
7.10
4.00
4.20
8.10
3.35
6.30
5.40
8.00
1.50
5.15
4.35
7.30
8.10
5.45
4.35
7.40
2.00
7.40
4.55
9.00
Operative .................... C
Overrider .................... Hu
Palindrome ................. A
Papelaine .................... N
Pastfact....................... C
Peak Storm................. C
Pension Madness ...... Hu
Pepys .......................... A
Perfect Refuge ........... N
Perla Blanca ............... A
Phoenix Dawn ............ C
Pilkington ................... N
Play With Me .............. A
Pleasant Gesture ....... C
Plough Boy ................ A
Pocket Warrior ........... C
Podemos .................... C
Polar Light.................. N
Popping Corks ........... C
Prestbury Park ........... C
Princess Apollo ......... A
Proximo ...................... Hu
Pudding Chare ........... A
Quiet Moment ............ A
Rainbow Jazz ............. C
Rasima ........................ N
Ready And Able ......... Hu
Really Super............... N
Reaplee ....................... Hx
Rebel State ................. A
Red Charmer .............. A
Red Emperor .............. C
Red Ochre .................. Hx
Red Pike ..................... A
Reverberation ............ C
Reverse The Charge.. Hx
Rhythm Of Sound ...... Hx
3.45
6.10
3.05
2.20
3.45
2.45
6.10
2.35
2.20
5.45
5.25
5.05
2.35
2.10
4.45
2.45
4.55
4.00
2.10
3.45
2.00
8.40
3.35
3.05
3.15
3.25
7.10
4.35
6.00
3.05
2.35
5.25
8.00
4.45
3.15
6.30
6.30
Right Of Reply ........... Hu
Rioja Day .................... A
Rising Marienbard ..... Hx
Roaring Forties .......... A
Robert’s Star .............. Hu
Robins Legend .......... Hx
Rock N’stones ........... Hx
Rockalzaro ................. Hx
Roll Of Thunder ......... Hx
Roman Numeral ......... Hx
Roman Spinner .......... N
Royal Connoisseur.... A
Royal Cosmic............. A
Royal Duchess........... A
Royal Mandate ........... Hx
Russiantom ................ Hx
Saint Mac.................... C
Saintmont ................... C
Samson’s Reach........ C
Saryshagann .............. A
Sasheeda .................... A
Satchville Flyer .......... C
Scorpo ........................ Hx
Sea Youmzain ............ N
Second Time Around Hu
Semoum ..................... N
Serenity Now.............. N
Serpico ....................... Hu
She’s Real .................. Hu
Silva Samourai........... Hu
Silverturnstogold ....... C
Sioux Frontier ............ N
Slade Storm ............... Hx
Slaney Craiglegacy ... Hx
Sleep In First .............. Hx
Smashed..................... C
Smugglers Creek ....... A
WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Nathans Lad (2) 3-1,
Sidaz Bandit (1) 7-2, bf: £14.50,
tri: (2-1-4) £55.36. 11.16: Yassoo
Jetty (1) 13-8 fav, Priory Lodge
(6) 7-4, bf: £5.07, tri: (1-6-5)
£11.52. 11.31: Final Pal (2) 5-4
fav, Blacklabel Vicky (1) 7-2, bf:
£6.50, tri: (2-1-3) £19.15. 11.46:
Melodys Vicky (5) 5-2 jt-fav,
Feora Smallcrash (4) 7-1, bf:
£23.87, tri: (5-4-1) £82.33. 12.01:
Icecool Gold (6) 5-2 fav, Orbital
Conna (5) 7-2, bf: £11.75, tri:
(6-5-1) £35.15. 12.16: Mill Stinger
(6) 3-1 co-fav, Yassoo Tee Cee (3)
3-1 co-fav, bf: £14.45, tri: (6-3-1)
£37.72. 12.31: Teddybear Matty
(2) 7-4 fav, Millbrook King (1)
7-1, bf: £14.95, tri: (2-1-4) £82.38.
12.46: Insane Player (4) 4-1,
Masabo Rocket (2) 7-2, bf: £22.92,
tri: (4-2-1) £63.61. 1.01: Insane
Fake News (3) 2-1 fav, Hidden
Music (4) 7-2, bf: £9.85, tri: (3-46) £28.55. 1.16: Woodcocks Alisha
(3) 8-1, Sia Atthe Line (1) 3-1, bf:
£38.52, tri: (3-1-2) £102.07. 1.31:
Hollyoak Kartel (4) 3-1, Pacey
Karnage (1) 9-2, bf: £18.95, tri:
(4-1-5) £42.31. 1.49: Only One
Dolly (2) 5-1, Fizzypop Yoyo (1)
11-2, bf: £30.87, tri: (2-1-6)
£80.68. Placer (£1 stake) (Races
1-6) £39.50, (Races 7-12)
£706.00.
HENLOW
11.09: Blackrose Chuck (4) 7-4
fav, Orbital Class (1) 9-4, NR:
Grumpy Grace (res), bf: £7.06, tri:
(4-1-2) £0.00. 11.24: Violet
Elizabeth (2) 9-4, Orbital Tiger
(4) 8-1, bf: £24.55, tri: (2-4-1)
£48.18. 11.39: Savana Jody (6)
5-1, Ballymac Malawi (1) 6-1, bf:
£34.47, tri: (6-1-2) £141.62. 11.54:
Sandy Pad (6) 5-2 jt-fav, Southern
Mccoy (1) 4-1, bf: £13.33, tri:
(6-1-4) £54.74. 12.09: Samba
Survivor (2) 3-1, Merry Dance (3)
8.40
2.35
8.30
4.10
6.40
8.30
9.00
8.00
6.30
6.30
5.05
3.35
5.15
3.35
7.30
9.00
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.45
2.00
3.45
7.30
4.00
7.10
1.50
4.35
8.10
8.40
6.10
3.15
2.55
6.00
9.00
6.30
4.55
3.35
Snoop ......................... C
Snow Diamond .......... A
Sonnetist .................... C
Sooqaan ..................... A
Spader ........................ Hu
Spectator .................... Hx
Spenny’s Lass ........... N
Spinning Scooter....... Hx
St George’s Oval ....... Hu
St Patrick’s Day ......... Hu
Stardrifter ................... A
Steal The Scene ......... A
Storm Jazz ................. N
Stuccodor ................... Hu
Sugar Coating ............ A
Sultan Baybars .......... A
Summer Blossom ...... C
Sunshineandbubbles C
Super Lunar ............... Hx
Superego .................... C
Swinging Jean ........... C
Swissterious .............. N
Swordbill .................... N
Takeonefortheteam ... N
Talent Scout ............... A
Tally’s Son ................. C
Tebay .......................... N
Tenby Two.................. C
Tennessee Rose ........ A
That’s The Deal .......... Hu
The Blue Bomber....... Hu
The Captain ................ Hu
The Last Debutante ... C
The Ogle Gogle Man . Hu
The Paddy Pie ............ Hx
Thedfactor .................. Hx
Theydon Park............. Hu
4.55
2.00
5.25
2.35
6.10
8.00
5.05
8.30
6.10
5.40
2.35
3.35
4.00
6.10
2.00
4.10
2.10
4.20
8.30
3.15
2.10
1.50
2.20
5.05
3.35
2.45
2.55
4.20
2.35
7.40
6.10
5.40
5.25
6.40
6.00
7.30
5.40
Third Estate................ Hu 7.10
Thornaby Nash .......... A 2.35
Thunder North ........... C 3.15
Tiercel ......................... A 4.10
Tiger Twenty Two ...... Hu 8.10
Timesawaiting ............ Hx 6.00
Tintern Spirit .............. C 2.10
Towerburn .................. Hx 7.30
Trafalgar Rock ........... Hu 7.10
Triple Distilled............ N 1.50
Triple First .................. C 4.55
Tyrolean...................... C 5.25
Veiled Secret .............. Hu 7.10
Verandah .................... N 3.25
Viceroy Mac ............... N 2.55
Vixen ........................... C 2.45
Volpone Jelois ........... C 5.25
Wagner Klass............. Hx 6.00
Wah Wah Taysee ....... Hu 8.40
War Department......... A 4.10
Warksburn Boy .......... Hx 6.30
Warrior Prince............ Hu 5.40
Warrior’s Spirit .......... A 3.05
Weardiditallgorong .... C 4.20
Welcoming ................. C 2.10
What A Scorcher ....... C 5.25
Whatthebutlersaw...... Hu 7.10
Wind Place And Sho . Hu 7.10
World Breaker ............ N 2.20
Zahraa ......................... N 5.05
Zapateado................... C 3.15
Zaria ............................ C 4.20
Zebulon....................... A 4.10
Zihaam ........................ A 5.15
lNo horses to note today
SHEFFIELD RPGTV
2-1 fav, bf: £12.19, tri: (2-3-4)
£39.21. 12.24: Lionel Rich Tea (5)
7-2, Volantes Zula (4) 4-1, bf:
£22.24, tri: (5-4-1) £86.51. 12.39:
Savana Royal (2) 10-11 fav, Act
of War (4) 8-1, bf: £11.00, tri:
(2-4-3) £24.74. 12.54: Coologue
Blanca (3) 7-2, Ossory Boy (6)
4-1, bf: £21.76, tri: (3-6-4) £85.89.
1.08: Reset (3) 7-4 fav, Savana
Kitty (1) 9-4, bf: £6.49, tri: (3-1-4)
£12.06. 1.22: Droopys Cristina (2)
5-2 fav, Tyra Lolo (3) 4-1, bf:
£14.24, tri: (2-3-5) £37.00. 1.39:
Savana Dougie (1) 5-1, Savana
Brian (2) 5-2, bf: £19.34, tri: (1-25) £60.93. 1.57: Pennylane Rocky
(6) 11-8 fav, Shoemakers Molly
(1) 12-1, bf: £18.82, tri: (6-1-4)
£53.54. Placer (£1 stake) (Races
1-6) £143.00, (Races 7-12)
£67.30.
MONMORE
2.06: Barrack Ivy (2) 9-2,
Swift Keeper (5) 3-1 co-fav, bf:
£24.80, tri: (2-5-3) £67.65. 2.22:
Toryview Don (5) 4-1, Nifty
Bailey (2) 4-1, bf: £27.71, tri:
(5-2-6) £73.99. 2.42: Elderberry
Siren (3) 9-4 fav, Kayleigh Jet (6)
3-1, bf: £10.33, tri: (3-6-5) £30.66.
3.02: Slaneyside Goldi (2) 9-2,
Good Son (3) 9-2, bf: £29.62, tri:
(2-3-5) £118.18. 3.19: Final Sport
(5) 3-1 co-fav, Fabulous Degree
(6) 3-1 co-fav, bf: £13.79, tri: (5-61) £46.40. 3.39: Corrin Darcy (3)
7-2, Newinn Tango (1) 7-4 fav, bf:
£11.98, tri: (3-1-5) £37.62. 3.59:
Estrela (1) 5-1, Droopys Ganguly
(2) 4-1, bf: £23.57, tri: (1-2-6)
£60.55. 4.19: Swift Pomenis (4)
11-4 jt-fav, Curragh Kate (6) 7-2,
bf: £14.21, tri: (4-6-5) £46.07.
4.39: Torque Blazer (6) 5-1, Kick
On Babs (5) 3-1 co-fav, bf: £22.60,
tri: (6-5-1) £80.25. 4.58: Passing
Sail (1) 7-1, Sugar and Ice (6) 5-2
fav, bf: £33.82, tri: (1-6-5) £94.13.
5.18: Milady Gracie (1) 7-2, Got
The Power (5) 7-2 and Oakvale
Danny (6) 4-1 (dd-ht 2nd), bf:
(1-6) 10.05, (1-5) 9.21, tri: (1-6-5)
£29.74, (1-5-6) £28.72. 5.37:
Kayleigh Amy (6) 2-1 fav,
Standard Sweep (3) 9-4, bf: £7.53,
tri:
(6-3-5)
£22.34.
5.54:
Thorneydale Sky (4) 5-2 fav,
Swift Afro (5) 4-1, bf: £14.05, tri:
(4-5-6) £39.23. 6.09: Relentless
Monk (3) 3-1, Aykon (6) 5-1, bf:
£20.84, tri: (3-6-5) £87.37.
ROMFORD
2.12: Bossy Wade (6) 2-1 fav,
Our Olivia May (5) 4-1, bf: £10.52,
tri:
(6-5-3)
£31.48.
2.32:
Underground Dean (6) 5-1,
Kilcree Star (3) 5-1, bf: £38.33,
tri: (6-3-1) £146.29. 2.52:
Newlawn Simon (1) 3-1, Julies
Star (5) 5-1, bf: £23.06, tri: (1-56) £81.95. 3.11: El Nevada (6) 5-1,
Droopys Dan (1) 5-1, bf: £31.95,
tri: (6-1-5) £87.24. 3.29: Full
Steam Ahead (6) 9-2, Borwick
Sleepy (5) 9-2, bf: £26.34, tri:
(6-5-2) £76.94. 3.49: Phantom
Ray (1) 3-1, Brickleberry (6) 11-4
jt-fav, bf: £13.61, tri: (1-6-4)
£43.26. 4.09: Bubbly Tempest (2)
7-2, Webbys Tinkle (6) 6-1, bf:
£30.96, tri: (2-6-1) £103.25. 4.29:
Pro Active (4) 11-4 fav, Headleys
Serena (1) 3-1, bf: £13.24, tri:
(4-1-6) £42.88. 4.48: Corrin
Christy (6) 4-1, Secondtimearound
(1) 11-4 fav, bf: £17.54, tri: (6-1-4)
£55.20. 5.08: Ickle Trick (4) 4-1,
Jaytee Hollywood (6) 5-1, bf:
£26.84, tri: (4-6-2) £67.31. 5.28: In
The Kingdom (3) 7-2, Doesnt
Time Fly (1) 7-2, bf: £17.57, tri:
(3-1-4) £45.44. 5.44: Bustino (1)
4-1, Love Is Blind (6) 3-1, bf:
£20.44, tri: (1-6-5) £41.94. 6.02:
Foulridge Rocket (1) 7-2, Says
Laura (4) 6-1, bf: £28.66, tri: (1-45) £71.20. 6.19: Minglers Basil (1)
7-2, Jaytee Genghis (4) 4-1, bf:
£20.97, tri: (1-4-5) £49.30.
6.22
(A3)
500m
8.13
(Open)
280m
6.38
(D1)
280m
8.28
(Open)
280m
6.56
3623 Go Mike Go (rl ro)...................... 29.50
6546 Bogcross Mikey (ep ro) ............. 29.32
4412 ZAR ZAR GABOR (rp ro) ......... 29.40
4414 Another Rogue (md ro) ............ 29.45
5436 Coney Caliber (sa fw) ................ 29.49
2163 Bright Coors (wd ro) .................. 29.33
Star betting: 3 Bright Coors, 7-2 Zar Zar
Gabor, Go Mike Go, 4 Another Rogue.
(A3)
500m
8.43
1545 Ballymac Healy (rl ro) ................ 16.18
5566 Conors Rashford (rl ro).............. 16.56
4631 EQUALITY (md ro) .................... 16.22
4 Cunning Vic (sa fw) ................... 16.69
265 Scullys Brogan (wd ro) .............. 16.64
3334 Quivers Vision (wd ep) ............ 16.61
Star betting: 5-2 Ballymac Healy,
Equality, 9-2 Conors Rashford, Quivers Vision.
(Open)
280m
7.11
(Open)
500m
8.58
(Open)
660m
7.26
(Open)
500m
9.14
(Open)
500m
7.42
6 Fawn Tango (ep rl) .................... 00.00
5122 PORTERHOUSE (ep ro) ........... 29.00
2215 Nowurlaughing (md ep) ............. 29.08
5213 Lostrigg Freddy (md ep).......... 29.03
3615 Black Cruiser (ep ro) ................. 29.12
51 The Rockstar (wd ro) ................. 29.24
Star betting: 9-4 Nowurlaughing, 3
Porterhouse, 7-2 Lostrigg Freddy, The Rockstar.
(Open)
500m
9.32
1
2
3
4
5
6
(D2)
280m
7.58
(Open)
500m
9.50
(A2)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4223 Yahoo Joan (rl ro) .................... 29.54
4432 Demesne Heiress (rl ep) ........... 29.05
1324 Coney Karat (md ep) ................. 29.25
6564 Slaneyside Kirby (md ro) ........... 29.27
2321 VELOCITY QUEEN (sa fw) ....... 29.49
115 Live Dream (wd ro) .................... 29.40
Star betting: 3 Demesne Heiress, 7-2
Coney Karat, Velocity Queen, Live Dream.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3551 Candlelight Max (md ep) ........... 16.25
2522 Axel Eight (sa ro) ..................... 15.95
663 Fearsome Turbo (ep ro) ............ 16.32
5256 Worsboro Spectre (sa ro) .......... 15.97
3331 MARKET REVENUE (md ep) ... 16.10
2533 Coney Cassius (wd ro) .............. 16.15
Star betting: 5-2 Axel Eight, 7-2
Worsboro Spectre, Market Revenue.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1241 Lightfoot King (rl ep) .................. 00.00
1321 Shewhodareswins (ep ro)........ 28.95
3323 Sirius Dog Star (md ep) ............. 29.15
5522 Some Pitch (ep ro) .................... 29.05
2113 CAIN HILL (sa fw) ..................... 00.00
3514 Russanda Rubin (md ep) .......... 00.00
Star betting: 5-2 Lightfoot King, 11-4
Shewhodareswins, Some Pitch.
1
2
3
4
5
6
DROOPYS ALBERT (nb) (sa fw).... 00.00
1124 Worn Feet (sa ro) ...................... 00.00
3115 Lostrigg Zeus (md ep) ............... 29.01
4122 Kingdom Recruit (md ep) ........ 28.77
1663 Express Conquest (wd ro) ......... 00.00
5535 Droopys Storm (rl ro) ................. 29.06
Star betting: 7-4 Kingdom Recruit, 9-4
Droopys Storm, 5-2 Lostrigg Zeus.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
4 Halcrow Me Daddy (rl ro) .......... 00.00
4134 Lowgate Rudy (md ro) ............... 29.21
1124 QUIVERS PHOENIX (md ep).... 00.00
1351 Geelo Big Lad (sa fw) ................ 29.29
25 Catrigg Cait (md ep)................. 00.00
1344 Roberts Vision (md ep).............. 29.09
Star betting: 3 Roberts Vision, 7-2
Quivers Phoenix, Lowgate Rudy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
11 THORNWICK LAD (NAP) (rl ro) 16.20
4234 Rangefield Sally (ep ro) ............. 16.19
1141 Titus Twins (sa ro) ................... 15.91
5162 Rhoden Ralph (md ro) ............... 00.00
3362 Milbank Majestic (ep ro) ............ 16.73
3623 Coney Mckenna (wd ro) ............ 16.04
Star betting: 9-4 Titus Twins, 5-2
Thornwick Lad, 3 Rangefield Sally.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1124 BALLYCOWEN COLM (rl ro).... 15.93
1251 Boomtown Actor (sa ro) .......... 15.96
3334 Lacken Decco (sa ro) ................ 16.15
4353 Idle Dan (md ep)........................ 16.16
4166 Viking Jimmy (wd ep) ................ 16.28
1252 Coney Sabella (wd ep) .............. 16.08
Star betting: 5-2 Ballycowen Colm, 7-2
Coney Sabella, 4 Viking Jimmy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
5313 Swirling Stream (el ep) .............. 39.07
132 Blackstone Lyric (rl fw)............ 39.10
2211 ACOMB RUBY (ep ro) .............. 39.04
5662 Happy Man (md ep)................... 39.54
2251 Local Fortune (sa ro) ................. 38.90
5343 Lightfoot Girl (ep ro) .................. 39.62
Star betting: 11-4 Swirling Stream, Local
Fortune, 3 Acomb Ruby, 4 Blackstone Lyric.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1541 Thornwick Lass (rl ep) ............... 29.20
3452 Slippy Tyrion (rl ro) .................... 29.13
1444 Lusty Girl (md ep) ...................... 29.18
6134 Stellas Dinny (md ro) ................. 00.00
3251 Eytukan (md fw)........................ 00.00
2511 BOOMTOWN FRANKEL (md ep) .. 29.19
Star betting: 5-2 Boomtown Frankel, 3
Slippy Tyrion, Thornwick Lass, 4 Lusty Girl.
4555 Lostrigg Jack (rl ep) ................... 00.00
5315 Breakthenews (ep ro)............... 16.13
4553 Ballycowen Kara (md ro) ........... 16.07
4224 GEELO SNAKEY (ep ro) .......... 16.24
2416 Geelo Wonder (md ro)............... 16.32
1316 Coney Caravaggio (sa fw) ......... 16.35
Star betting: 3 Breakthenews, Geelo
Snakey, 7-2 Ballycowen Kara.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4312 CHIPS AND CHEESE (sa ro) ... 29.29
2162 Soars Above (md ro) ................. 29.25
4142 Awesome Alfie (md ep) ........... 29.29
4445 Vito Murry (md ro) ..................... 29.24
4244 Deanridge Wazzo (wd ro).......... 29.03
3612 Harton Derwent (sa ro) .............. 29.14
Star betting: 3 Soars Above, Harton
Derwent, 7-2 Awesome Alfie.
38
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
PUNTER
POINTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins
last 14 days) M Johnston 19; D Skelton
19; J Gosden 15; R Fahey 13; R Hannon
10; A King 10; W Haggas 9.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners
since last win) B Rothwell 110; M
Mullineaux 85; Mrs J Walton 81; P
McCreery 63; K Dalgleish 52.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days)
H Skelton 18; S De Sousa 14; R
Kingscote 12; P J McDonald 11.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since
last win) R Scott 55; C Hardie 54; Alison
Clarke 47; David Probert 46.
HANDICAP BLOT
ICONIC BELLE (4.20, Chepstow) won
easily at Yarmouth and likely to go up
more than the penalty when re-assessed.
BEST EACH WAY
JUNGLE QUEEN (3.15, Chepstow) has
hinted at ability and should appreciate the
drop in trip.
ONE TO SWERVE
HASANOANDA (2.20, Nottingham)
won narrowly at Lingfield and vulnerable
under a penalty.
WIND OPERATION
HUNTINGDON: Kasperenko (5.40),
Third Estate (7.10), She’s Real (8.40).
LONGEST TRAVELLER
Perla Blanca (5.45 AYR)
Bennachie (7.30 HEX)
Spectator (8.00 HEX)
Carthage (5.45 AYR)
360miles
349miles
349miles
314miles
THIS WEEKEND'S POOLS
New South Wales Premier League
1 APIA Leichhardt v Manly Utd 1
2 Blacktown C v Wollongong W 1
3 Bonnyrigg v Sydney Olympic 2
4 Hakoah v Sydney FC U21
1
5 Sutherland v Rockdale City X
6 Sydney Utd v Marconi St
X
Queensland NPL
7 Brisbane C v Moreton Bay U X
8 B’bane R FC Y v Gd Coast U X
9 Brisbane Strikers v Lions FC X
10 Magpies C v North QLD U
X
11 Olympic FC v Western Pride X
12 Sunshine Coast v Cairns
2
13 SWQ Thunder v Redlands U X
Queensland Premier
14 Capalaba v Rochedale
2
15 Ipswich Knights v Holland P 2
16 Logan v Wynnum
X
17 Peninsula P v Eastern Sub 1
18 Souths Utd v Southside
1
19 Sunshine C v Mitchelton
X
Victoria NPL
20 Dandenong T v Melbourne K X
21 Hume City v Pascoe Vale
2
22 P Melbourne v S Melbourne X
Victoria NPL2
23 Box Hill v Whittlesea R
X
24 Dandenong City v Ballarat C 1
AYR
NEW QUARTERS
HORSES having their first runs for new
trainers.
AYR: 2.00 Sasheeda (Mrs L Williamson
to M Mullineaux), 2.35 Coviglia (D
O’Meara to J Coward), 3.35 Pudding
Chare (R Fahey to R M Smith), 4.10
Tiercel (R Varian to R Bastiman), 4.45
Dalton (D O’Meara to J Camacho), 4.45
Saryshagann (J C Rouget to D
O’Meara), 5.15 Ana Lichious (P W
Flynn to John Feane), 5.45 Perla Blanca
(M Tregoning to E Dunlop).
CHEPSTOW: 3.45 Boreagh Lass (H
Candy to E De Giles), 5.25 Red
Emperor (Mrs A Perrett to J Flint).
HEXHAM: 7.30 Next Level (P Cowley
to J Snowden).
HUNTINGDON: 5.40 Lion Rouge (L
Maceli to S Edmunds), 5.40 Mon Port
(B De Haan to O Murphy), 5.40 Warrior
Prince (E Dunlop to Mrs C Bailey).
NOTTINGHAM:
2.55
Gabrials
Centurion (D O’Meara to R Fahey), 5.05
Bezos (R Hannon to I Williams), 5.05
Gabrial The Devil (D O’Meara to R
Fahey).
25 Eastern Lions v Werribee C X
26 Goulburn V v Altona Magic 2
27 Langwarrin v Brunswick C X
28 Melbrne C Y v Melbrne V Y 1
29 Moreland Z v Nunawading C 1
30 North Geelong v Murray Utd X
31 St Albans Snt v Moreland C 2
32 S’shine George v S’vale W E 2
Western Australia NPL
33 Balcatta v Bayswater City
2
34 Floreat Ath v Forrestfield
X
35 Joondalup Utd v Armadale 2
36 Perth Glory U21 v Perth
X
37 Sorrento v ECU Joondalup 2
38 Stirling Lions v Inglewood U X
39 Subiaco v Cockburn City
2
South Australia Premier League
40 Adelaide C v C’town City
X
41 Adelaide Oly v Para Hills
X
42 Croydon K v Sth Adelaide X
43 Metro S v W Torrens Birkalla 1
44 Sturt v West Adelaide
2
New South Wales Northern League
45 Broadmeadow M v Maitland X
46 C’stown C v Newcastle J Y 1
47 Edgeworth E v Valentine
1
48 Lambton J v L Macquarie
1
49 Weston W v Hamilton Oly
X
NOVICE STAKES
2.00 FILLIES’
Class 5 6f
(8 runners)
£4,140
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(2)
PRINCESS APOLLO D Whillans 4 9 7..........................J Hart 76
(8)
0 SASHEEDA (139) M Mullineaux 4 9 7 ......... Phil Dennis (3) 76
(1)
BOUNDARY LANE M Dods 3 8 12 ...................P Mulrennan 97
(4) 03-L COLUMBIA KID (42) L Smyth (IRE) 3 8 12 .................G Lee 96
(6)
FAIRY FALCON B Smart 3 8 12 ................. Daniel Tudhope 79
(3)
0 NUTOPIA (25) A Brittain 3 8 12 ................................C Hardie 84
(7)
SNOW DIAMOND K Burke 3 8 12 ........................ Ben Curtis 81
(5) 2-2 SUGAR COATING (103)(BF) R Fahey 3 8 12 ...P Hanagan „99
Star Betting: — 4-5 Sugar Coating, 9-4 Fairy Falcon, 13-2 Snow
Diamond, 9 Boundary Lane, Columbia Kid, 50 others.
STARFORM: SUGAR COATING DANGER: Fairy Falcon
(DIV 1)
2.35 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m
(12 runners)
£3,105
1 (3) 04-1 THORNABY NASH (10)(D3,G,S)(P) Mrs K Tutty 7 10 0
Gemma Tutty (5) 97
2 (2) 6-14 PEPYS (22)(BF,A) B Smart 4 9 13.................................G Lee 88
3 (11) -030 KIWI BAY (21)(C,D9,A,G,S) M Dods 13 9 11 ..Paula Muir (7) 91
4 (1) 1400 SOOQAAN (56)(D5,A,S) A Brittain 7 9 9 ................C Hardie 90
5 (12) 020- RIOJA DAY (222)(C3,D2,G,S)(B) J Goldie 8 9 7 ..P Dennis (3) 89
6 (8) 040- COVIGLIA (235) Jacqueline Coward 4 9 7 ....Nathan Evans 89
7 (10) 0-00 RED CHARMER (10)(D5,G) Mrs A Duffield 8 9 7 .. D Costello 87
8 (4) 0153 GONE WITH THE WIND (18)(CD,D,A,S)(P)
Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 6 Daniel Tudhope „99
9 (5) 0000 TENNESSEE ROSE (8)(A)(T) A Keatley (IRE) 4 9 5 ...B Coen (7) 86
10 (6) 022- STARDRIFTER (188)(BF,D,G,S) Miss L Perratt 6 9 3.. D Nolan 92
11 (7) 3-00 PLAY WITH ME (33) K Dalgleish 4 9 2 ................ C Beasley 89
12 (9) 005- LET RIGHT BE DONE (199)(C,A,G,S)(B,H) Miss L Perratt
6 9 0 A Mullen 87
Star Betting: — 9-2Thornaby Nash, 5 Pepys, Gone With The Wind,
15-2 Stardrifter, 8 Tennessee Rose, 10 Play With Me, 12 others.
STARFORM: THORNABY NASH DANGER: Rioja Day
(DIV 2)
3.05 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m
(12 runners)
£3,105
1 (7) 0-L0 WARRIOR’S SPIRIT (15)(S)(P*) D O’Meara 4 10 0 .. D Tudhope 89
2 (5) 130- INTIWIN (199)(BF,CD,D,A,G,S) Miss L Perratt 6 9 13 .. D Nolan 92
3 (8) 0245 ADVENTUREMAN (18)(BF,D2,A,G)(P) Mrs R Carr 6 9 10
J P Sullivan 95
4 (6) 20-2 REBEL STATE (19)(D,A)(P) J O’Keeffe 5 9 8 ..... J Garritty 93
5 (12) 0-26 BARON RUN (19)(G,S) K Burke 8 9 7 ................ Ben Curtis 89
6 (1) -000 CHISWICK BEY (15)(D2,A,G,S) Jacqueline Coward 10 9 6
Rachel Richardson (3) 92
7 (9) 5614 HARBOUR PATROL (19)(BF,A,G,S)(P) Rebecca Bastiman
6 9 6 J Hart 91
8 (3) 20-0 QUIET MOMENT (18)(CD,S) K Dalgleish 4 9 6.. C Beasley „99
9 (4) 0-L2 COLOUR CONTRAST (18)(B) I Jardine 5 9 3 .. H Shaw (5) 87
10 (2) 0003 CIRCLING VULTURES (18) A Brittain 4 9 2..........C Hardie 86
11(11) L-56 KAYLEN’S MISCHIEF (56) P Kirby 5 9 2 .................K Stott 91
12(10) 302- PALINDROME (193) Mrs M Fife 5 9 0..................B McHugh 89
Star Betting: — 7-2 Rebel State, 6 Adventureman, Colour Contrast,
15-2 Harbour Patrol, 9 Intiwin, Quiet Moment, 12 others.
STARFORM: ADVENTUREMAN DANGER: Colour Contrast
3.35 HANDICAP
Class 6 7f
(12 runners)
£3,105
1 (1) 40-0 ROYAL DUCHESS (18)(CD4,G,S) Mrs L Normile 8 9 7
Connor Murtagh (5) 94
2 (3) 5-04 ROYAL CONNOISSEUR (18)(G,S) R Fahey 7 9 7 .P Hanagan 92
3 (6) 3602 SMUGGLERS CREEK (18)(D,A)(P*) I Jardine 4 9 7
P Mulrennan 95
4 (11) 3300 BEAUDEN BARRETT (40)(A)(P,T) J J Quinn 5 9 7 ..J Hart „99
5 (4) 0-60 TALENT SCOUT (15)(D6,A,G)(P) Mrs K Tutty 12 9 7
G Tutty (5) 90
6 (8) -LL3 DONNELLY’S RAINBOW (18)(D,S) R Bastiman
5 9 6 Daniel Tudhope 96
7 (9) 0323 STEAL THE SCENE (18)(D2,A,G,S) K Frost 6 9 6 .. D Costello 93
8 (5) 64-0 DREAM SLEEP (11) John Feane (IRE) 4 9 4 ..... Ben Curtis 97
9 (2) 40-1 MISCHIEF MANAGED (13)(D,A)(E) T Easterby 4 9 3
D Fentiman 94
10(12) 0663 LUCKY VIOLET (19)(D,G)(H) Miss L Perratt 6 9 2.. D Nolan 94
11(10) -430 PUDDING CHARE (123)(BF) R M Smith 4 9 2 ... J P Sullivan 89
12 (7) 0050 GREY DESTINY (10)(D4,A,G) A Brittain 8 9 0 ......C Hardie 92
Star Betting: — 4 Smugglers Creek, 9-2 Donnelly’s Rainbow, 11-2
Mischief Managed, 6 Dream Sleep, 15-2 Steal The Scene, 8 others.
STARFORM: SMUGGLERS CREEK DANGER: Mischief Managed
4.10
HANDICAP
Class 4
7f
(12 runners)
£6,081
1 (9) 03L0 MASHAM STAR (10)(C,D2,A,G) M Johnston 4 9 8 ... A Mullen 91
2 (12) /03- TIERCEL (186)(A,S) Rebecca Bastiman 5 9 7......... P Makin 90
3 (1) -L60 WAR DEPARTMENT (11)(D3,A,G)(B) K Dalgleish 5 9 7
C Beasley 86
4 (8) 11L- JAY KAY (212)(CD3,C3,D2,A,G,S)(H) K Burke 9 9 5 ....J Haynes 95
5 (10) 020L ROARING FORTIES (13)(D,A,G,S)(B*) Rebecca Bastiman
5 9 5 J Hart 93
6 (3) 0-04 SULTAN BAYBARS (13)(D,A)(B) D O’Meara 4 9 5 .D Tudhope 94
7 (4) 32-3 HAJJAM (23)(BF,D3,A,G,S) D O’Meara 4 9 4 ........D Nolan „99
8 (6) 0-20 INNER CIRCLE (20)(D,G) Roger Fell 4 9 2........ Ben Curtis 97
9 (7) -004 ZEBULON (23)(F,S) Mrs R Carr 4 8 13 .............J P Sullivan 91
10(11) 0-50 KHELMAN (16)(C,D2,G,S)(P) R Fahey 8 8 11 .. C Murtagh (5) 94
11 (5) 12-0 KIRKHAM (25)(D,G) Julie Camacho 5 8 8 ..........P Hanagan 93
12 (2) 03-0 HIGHLY SPRUNG (13)(G) J L Eyre 5 8 7 ......... H Shaw (5) 84
Star Betting: — 4 Masham Star, 9-2 Sultan Baybars, 6 Hajjam, 9 Jay
Kay, 10 Highly Sprung, Tiercel, Kirkham, Zebulon, 14 others.
STARFORM: HAJJAM DANGER: Sultan Baybars
4.45
HANDICAP
Class 3
6f
(8 runners)
£8,086
1 (2) 160/ SARYSHAGANN (743)(G) D O’Meara 5 10 0 ..Daniel Tudhope 92
2 (4) 60-0 RED PIKE (24)(D5,G,S) B Smart 7 9 12 .......................G Lee 95
3 (8) -360 DARK DEFENDER (6)(CD2,C,D2,G,S)(V) K Dalgleish 5 9 11
R Scott (3) 98
4 (6) 5-L5 GOLDEN STEPS (18)(D3,G) J Goldie 7 9 9... Phil Dennis (3) 98
5 (3) 346L AFANDEM (21)(D,G,S)(B) M Johnston 4 9 5 .........A Mullen 97
6 (5) 2114 PLOUGH BOY (55)(A,G) G Donnelly (IRE) 7 9 2....Ben Curtis 98
7 (1) 060- DALTON (199)(CD,G)(P*) Julie Camacho 4 8 12 .. P Mulrennan 98
8 (7) L-10 BOBBY JOE LEG (22)(D2,A) Mrs R Carr 4 8 10.... J P Sullivan „99
Star Betting: — 7-2 Plough Boy, 4 Red Pike, 6 Afandem, Saryshagann,
13-2 Dalton, 15-2 Dark Defender, 10 Golden Steps, Bobby Joe Leg.
STARFORM: DARK DEFENDER DANGER: Plough Boy
PATRICK WEAVER
Fairy Falcon
Gone With The Wind
Colour Contrast
Royal Duchess
Masham Star (treble)
Red Pike
John Honeyman
Northern Sky
STAR TIP
2.00
2.35
3.05
3.35
4.10
4.45
5.15
5.45
Fairy Falcon
Tennessee Rose
Adventureman
Royal Connoisseur
Kirkham
Dark Defender
John Caesar
Carthage
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
5.15 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m 2f
1 (12)
2 (11)
3 (1)
4 (6)
5 (2)
6 (9)
7 (4)
8 (8)
9 (5)
10 (7)
11 (3)
12(10)
(12 runners)
£3,493
NATAJACK (16)(S)(B*) Rebecca Bastiman 4 9 7 .. P Makin 88
JOHN HONEYMAN (116)(T) A Keatley (IRE) 4 9 7 ...B Coen (7) „99
LEONIDAS (16) K Dalgleish 4 9 7 ..................................G Lee 89
ROYAL COSMIC (18)(S) R Fahey 4 9 6 .............P Hanagan 94
HAYMARKET (16)(CD2,D,G,S) R M Smith 9 9 5... J P Sullivan 91
BOLLIN TED (26)(D3,G,S) T Easterby 4 9 5 ............D Allan 94
ANA LICHIOUS (239)(D3,G) John Feane (IRE) 5 9 3 ....B Curtis 94
ZIHAAM (16)(P) Roger Fell 4 9 2 ...............B Sanderson (7) 90
HIGHWAYMAN (18)(A)(H) D Thompson 5 9 1 ......A Mullen 89
LADY MAGDALA (31) P McCreery (IRE) 4 9 1 ...P Mulrennan 83
DRUID’S DIAMOND (22)(P,T) M Walford 5 9 1 .........J Hart 93
JOHN CAESAR (26)(D,A,S)(P,T) Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 1
Daniel Tudhope 93
Star Betting: — 4 John Honeyman, 6 Royal Cosmic, 13-2 Ana
Lichious, 8 Bollin Ted, Druid’s Diamond, 10 Lady Magdala, 12 others.
STARFORM: BOLLIN TED DANGER: John Honeyman
-000
0-22
4-0L
13-5
0-60
40-0
0006-04
2010
00-0
0-24
3L54
(LADY AMATEUR RIDERS)
5.45 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m 5f
(10 runners)
£2,995
1 (10) 60-2 CARTHAGE (15)(G) M Appleby 7 10 7..Miss S Brotherton 94
2 (5) 3035 ITLAAQ (8)(G,S)(T) M W Easterby 12 10 7 . Miss Jo Mason 94
3 (1) 6044 LUV U WHATEVER (8)(D3,A) Mrs M Fife 8 10 7
Miss B Smith 93
4 (2) L-00 BREAKWATER BAY (10)(G)(E*) T Easterby 4 10 6
Miss E Easterby (3) 89
5 (8) 246- PERLA BLANCA (210) E Dunlop 4 10 4 Miss S Smith (7) 90
6 (6) 450- EYREBORN (187) K Dalgleish 4 10 4 ............ Mrs C Bartley 92
7 (4) 5-63 CALLIOPE (17)(G)(H) Kenneth Slack 5 10 3 ...Miss C Walton „99
8 (9) 0-22 NORTHERN SKY (8) A Keatley (IRE) 5 10 1 .. Miss J Walton 90
9 (7) 6L12 ARCHIBELLE (21)(A) R M Smith 4 10 0 ..... Miss A McCain 95
10 (3) 6444 COOL MUSIC (20)(G)(P) A Brittain 8 9 5.... Brodie Hampson 89
Star Betting: — 7-2 Northern Sky, 5 Calliope, 11-2 Carthage, 7 Perla
Blanca, 9 Itlaaq, 10 Archibelle, 14 Luv U Whatever, Eyreborn, 16 others.
STARFORM: CALLIOPE DANGER: Carthage
NOTTINGHAM
PATRICK WEAVER
Daarik (nap)
History Writer (nb)
Austin Powers
Arabian Jazz
Double Reflection
Navajo Star
Bustam
STAKES
2.55 CLASSIFIED
Class 5 3YO 1m (10 runners)
STAR TIP
1.50
2.20
2.55
3.25
4.00
4.35
5.05
Swissterious
Infrastructure (nap)
Mashaheer
Verandah (nb)
Sea Youmzain
Serenity Now
Cent Flying
NOVICE STAKES
1.50 EBF
Class 5 2YO 6f (10 runners)
£3,881
1 (10)
23 BAREND BOY (16) H Palmer 9 2 ....................James Doyle „99
2 (2)
COOL EXHIBIT S Crisford 9 2 .............................S De Sousa 90
3 (1)
DAARIK J Gosden 9 2 ............................................. J Crowley 96
4 (6)
04 DIXIELAND (17)(BF) R Hannon 9 2 ..................T Marquand 93
5 (9)
MAYFAIR SPIRIT C Fellowes 9 2 ........................S Donohoe 85
6 (5)
4 MY DEAR FRIEND (22)(BF) R Beckett 9 2.......... O Murphy 93
7 (3)
SEMOUM G Peckham 9 2 ........................................H Bentley 73
8 (8)
SWISSTERIOUS K Burke 9 2 ......................... P J McDonald 79
9 (4)
TRIPLE DISTILLED K Ryan 9 2 ............................... T Eaves 79
10 (7)
LADY ROUDA B Ellison 8 11 ................... Ben Robinson (5) 74
Star Betting: — 3 Daarik, 10-3 Barend Boy, 11-2 My Dear Friend, 9
Dixieland, 10 Semoum, 11 Triple Distilled, 12 Cool Exhibit, 20 others.
STARFORM: BAREND BOY DANGER: Daarik
2.20
NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
Class 5
3YO 1m (12 runners)
£3,881
1 (1) 46-1 HASANOANDA (136)(D,A) J Gosden 9 9 ...............R Havlin „99
2 (9)
6 DELIVERANCE (31) A Balding 9 2 ........................ O Murphy 90
3 (7)
DOCTOR WONDERFUL C Cox 9 2 ....................S Hitchcott 87
4 (2) 3-6 HISTORY WRITER (35)(BF) D Menuisier 9 2 ..S De Sousa 95
5 (8) 5-3 IBRAZ (35) R Varian 9 2......................................... J Crowley 97
6 (3)
62 INFRASTRUCTURE (13) M Meade 9 2 ..........James Doyle 98
7 (6)
KINDRED R Varian 9 2 ............................................J Mitchell 94
8 (10)
SWORDBILL I Williams 9 2..................................... P Mathers 83
9 (5) 0-5 WORLD BREAKER (24) M Botti 9 2 ....................D Muscutt 92
10(12)
L MEDIAN (22) J Eustace 8 11 ........................................R Tate 71
11(11) 00 PAPELAINE (17) Eve J-Houghton 8 11 .............T Marquand 93
12 (4)
5 PERFECT REFUGE (94) C Cox 8 11 .....................H Crouch 86
Star Betting: — 6-4 Ibraz, 7-2 Infrastructure, 5 History Writer, 11-2
Hasanoanda, 14 Deliverance, 16 Doctor Wonderful, 25 others.
STARFORM: INFRASTRUCTURE DANGER: Hasanoanda
£3,881
1 (5) 45-2 AUSTIN POWERS (4) M Johnston 9 0 .......... P J McDonald „99
2 (2) 0L-0 BOWLER HAT (11) D O’Meara 9 0..............................S Gray 84
3 (4) -022 DON’T CRY ABOUT IT (19)(BF)(P,T) Ali Stronge 9 0
DOUBTFUL 98
4 (3) 106- DORCAS (234)(G) J Given 9 0 ............................S De Sousa 89
5 (8) 03-5 FACE LIKE THUNDER (22) A Balding 9 0 .......... O Murphy 88
6 (6) 546- GABRIALS CENTURION (204) R Fahey 9 0 ..S Woods (5) 89
7 (10) 066- MASHAHEER (245) W Haggas 9 0 ...................... J Crowley 95
8 (1) 020- SIOUX FRONTIER (167) R Fahey 9 0 .............. T Hamilton 89
9 (9) 553- TEBAY (286) M Dods 9 0.............................C Rodriguez (3) 85
10 (7) 3L-0 VICEROY MAC (11) David Loughnane 9 0...Josephine Gordon 83
Star Betting: — 11-4 Austin Powers, 10-3 Mashaheer, 7 Face Like
Thunder, 8 Viceroy Mac, 9 Tebay, 12 Gabrials Centurion, 14 others.
2017: Dragons Voice 9 0, Fran Berry 8-1 (P Hide), drawn (3), 10 ran.
STARFORM: AUSTIN POWERS D ANGER: Face Like Thunder
HANDICAP
3.25 FILLIES’
Class 3 3YO 1m (7 runners)
£9,704
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(2) 15-5 VERANDAH (13)(BF,A)(T*) J Gosden 9 7..............R Havlin 93
(6) -035 DADDIES GIRL (10)(C,F,S) B Millman 9 2 .... J Watson (5) 86
(5) 1-1 CAIYA (22)(D,G,S) Eve J-Houghton 8 9 .............S De Sousa 97
(1) 41-4 FABULOUS RED (29)(A) E Dunlop 8 7 ............... P Mathers 84
(7) 1D02 LINE HOUSE (22)(A) K Burke 8 6................. P J McDonald 86
(4) 3-22 RASIMA (22)(BF) R Varian 8 5 .................... David Egan (3) „99
(3) 1-L1 ARABIAN JAZZ (26)(G)(H) M Bell 8 2 ....... Hayley Turner 95
Star Betting: — 9-4 Verandah, 10-3 Rasima, 5 Caiya, 13-2 Arabian
Jazz, 15-2 Fabulous Red, 14 Line House, 16 Daddies Girl.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: CAIYA DANGER: Arabian Jazz
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
4.00 EBF
Class 4 3YO 1m 2f (8 runners) £6,469
(1) 114- AFFINA (269)(G,S) S Crisford 9 11 .................James Doyle „99
(8) 00-L BLANCHEFLEUR (34) R Hannon 9 7 ...............T Marquand 90
(3) 22-3 SEA YOUMZAIN (20)(BF) M Johnston 9 2 .. P J McDonald 95
(5) -L22 DOUBLE REFLECTION (21)(BF,S) K Burke 9 2...C Lee (3) 95
(2) 3-26 DANCE ME (37) S Kirk 9 2 ..................................... O Murphy 88
(7) 02L5 POLAR LIGHT (39)(P) D Elsworth 8 9 ........ David Egan (3) 93
(4) 0-04 STORM JAZZ (19) R Brisland 8 6 .................. N Garbutt (3) 90
(6) 650- MIDAS MAGGIE (207) C Hills 8 6......................S De Sousa 90
Star Betting: — 4 Sea Youmzain, Affina, 5 Double Reflection, 8 Dance
Me, Midas Maggie, 10 Storm Jazz, 12 Blanchefleur, 4 Polar Light.
2017: Harebell 9 0, Fran Berry 7-1 (R Beckett), drawn (6), 8 ran.
STARFORM: AFFINA DANGER: Double Reflection
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM – GOOD IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS: Perfectly flat left-hand oval track of one mile
four furlongs with a home straight of about four and a half furlongs. High numbers best in sprints when the stalls are placed
on the far side. Stalls today 6f Stands Side; 1m Centre;
Remainder Inside.
4.35 HANDICAP
Class 5 2m
(8 runners)
£3,881
1 (6) 500- AIRTON (188)(A,G) J Bethell 5 9 11 .................... J Crowley 91
2 (1) 232- REALLY SUPER (J164)(H*) Miss Amy Murphy 4 9 9 ..L De Souza 86
3 (5) 466L MAMBO DANCER (11)(D2,A)(B) M Johnston 4 9 9
P J McDonald 94
4 (2) 4231 SERENITY NOW (19)(D,A,G) B Ellison 10 9 9 ... Ben Robinson (5) 93
5 (4) 0-63 NORTHWEST FRONTIER (19)(BF,G)(B) R Fahey 4 9 7
T Hamilton 90
6 (8) 4162 NAVAJO STAR (17)(D3,A)(V) R Brisland 4 9 2..J Watson (5) „99
7 (3) 6430 BRIGADOON (13)(A,G,S) M Appleby 11 9 1...A Rawlinson 88
8 (7) -403 HALLSTATT (10)(CD,C4,D2,A,G)(P,T) J Mackie 12 8 12
T Eaves 90
Star Betting: — 11-4 Northwest Frontier, 4 Navajo Star, 6 Hallstatt,
13-2 Serenity Now, 8 Airton, Mambo Dancer, 10 others.
2017: Coeur de Lion 4 9 6, D Sweeney Evens Fav (A King), drawn (2), 8 ran.
STARFORM: NAVAJO STAR DANGER: Really Super
5.05 HANDICAP
Class 5 3YO 6f
1 (10)
2 (12)
3 (13)
4 (1)
5 (6)
6 (7)
7 (9)
8 (8)
9 (3)
10 (5)
(13 runners)
£3,881
PILKINGTON (13)(A)(B*) J Bethell 9 7............... J Crowley 93
BUSTAM (15) J J Quinn 9 7 ................................S De Sousa 94
ENZO’S LAD (28)(D,G)(P) K Burke 9 6 ................. C Lee (3) 94
BEZOS (101)(A) I Williams 9 6 .............................. P Mathers 90
ROMAN SPINNER (28)(D,A)(T) R Guest 9 6 .......M Harley „99
GABRIAL THE DEVIL (56) R Fahey 9 5........... T Hamilton 90
ZAHRAA (22)(A) M Dods 9 4 ......................C Rodriguez (3) 91
INDIAN WARRIOR (28) E Dunlop 9 3 ............James Doyle 86
JOUST (18) D Loughnane 9 1 .......................... E J Walsh (3) 86
TAKEONEFORTHETEAM (97) D Loughnane 9 1
P J McDonald 93
11 (2) 5314 BELATED BREATH (19)(D,A) H Morrison 9 0 .... O Murphy 93
12(11) 33-L SPENNY’S LASS (28) J Ryan 8 8 ........ Josephine Gordon 84
13 (4) 0-12 CENT FLYING (15)(BF,D,G) W Muir 8 7 ... David Egan (3) 94
Star Betting: — 7-2 Cent Flying, 5 Enzo’s Lad, 6 Roman Spinner, 8
Bustam, 11 Belated Breath, Indian Warrior, 14 Bezos, 16 others.
2017: Fantasy Keeper 8 11, O Murphy 8-1 (M Appleby), drawn (8), 12 ran.
STARFORM: CENT FLYING DANGER: Enzo’s Lad
0-30
5-35
-461
L3L1
13-2
-320
3-1L
35-5
00-L
-234
RACING RESULTS
CARLISLE
2.15: 1, COSMIC LAW (P J
McDonald 2-1 fav); 2, Aloysius Lilius
(6-1); 3, True Mason (9-2). 1/2l, 21/2l. 10
ran. R Fahey. Tote: £2.30; pl £1.10,
£1.90, £1.90. Exacta: £12.60. Trifecta:
£62.50. CSF: £14.09. NR: She’zanarab.
2.45: 1, SEEN THE LYTE (Faye
McManoman 11-4); 2, Miss Dd (9-4
fav); 3, Magic Pulse (6-1). nk, hd. 6 ran.
N Tinkler. Tote: £2.10; pl £1.30,
£2.80. Exacta: £7.30. Trifecta: £35.80.
CSF: £9.26.
3.15: 1, BECKY THE THATCHER (P
J McDonald 7-2); 2, Wor Lass (14-1); 3,
Katie Gale (8-1). 15-8 fav Uptown
Funk. 5l, 3/4l. 9 ran. M Hammond. Tote:
£3.80; pl £1.30, £3.50, £1.80. Exacta:
£43.20. Tricast: £363.06. Trifecta:
£126.50. CSF: £48.20.
3.45: 1, ACLIMATISE (P J McDonald
5-2 jtfav); 2, Kupa River (14-1); 3,
Destroyer (5-1). 5-2 jtfav Raselasad. 4l,
3
/4l. 8 ran. M Johnston. Tote: £3.00; pl
£1.30, £4.00, £2.30. Exacta: £27.40.
Tricast: £156.10. Trifecta: £148.60.
CSF: £35.90.
4.15: 1, ARBALET (J Gordon 4-7
fav); 2, Dazzle Gold (9-4); 3, It’s Never
Enough (50-1). 31/4l, 3/4l. 9 ran. H
Palmer. Tote: £1.30; pl £1.02, £1.20,
£9.50. Ex: £2.70. Trifecta: £37.20. CSF:
£2.50. NR: Cathie’s Dream, Xin Chao.
4.45: 1, KNOWING GLANCE (T
Hamilton 8-1); 2, Weellan (4-1 fav); 3,
Kylie Rules (22-1). 1/2l, 11/4l. 11 ran. R
Fahey. Tote: £6.50; pl £2.60, £2.50,
£6.40. Exacta: £41.40. Tricast: £704.42.
Trifecta: £1879.60. CSF: £40.64. NR:
Harbour Vision.
5.15: 1, PRESIDENTIAL (T
Hamilton 5-2 jtfav); 2, Relight My Fire
(16-1); 3, Zoravan (10-1). 5-2 jtfav
Sureyoutoldme. 1/2l, 2l. 8 ran. Roger
Fell. Tote: £3.30; pl £1.60, £2.70,
£2.70. Exacta: £33.60. Tricast:
£344.27. Trifecta: £182.30. CSF: £44.99.
NR: Circuit Judge.
5.45: 1, TADAAWOL (B Sanderson
4-1); 2, Mishaal (12-1); 3, Redrosezorro
(15-8 fav). 11/4l, nk. 7 ran. Roger Fell.
Tote: £5.10; pl £3.70, £2.70. Exacta:
£30.90. Tricast: £114.91. Trifecta:
£124.60. CSF: £46.31. NR: Eastern
Racer, Parys Mountain.
QUADPOT: £17.00
PLACEPOT: £51.40
REDCAR
2.05: 1, CERTAIN LAD (Ben Curtis
11-4); 2, Big Ace (2-1 fav); 3, Zebzardee
(4-1). 33/4l, 1/2l. 11 ran. M Channon. Tote:
£3.20; pl £1.20, £1.50, £1.40. Exacta:
£10.10. Trifecta: £35.00. CSF: £8.14.
2.35: 1, LAITH ALAREEN (Jane
Elliott 14-1); 2, Revenge (3-1 jtfav); 3,
Furni Factors (4-1). 3-1 jtfav Ingleby
Molly. 1/2l, 23/4l. 10 ran. I Furtado. Tote:
£16.60; pl £3.90, £1.40, £2.50. Exacta:
£79.00. Tricast: £211.06. Trifecta:
£709.50. CSF: £56.62.
3.05: 1, EEH BAH GUM (D Allan
3-1); 2, Loulin (4-1); 3, Displaying
Amber (7-2). 5-2 fav Shay C. 31/2l, 1/2l.
7 ran. T Easterby. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.60,
£2.20. Exacta: £13.30. Tricast: £42.60.
Trifecta: £23.00. CSF: £15.38. NR: G
Eye Joe, Liamba.
3.35: 1, HERMOSITA (David Egan
11-8 fav); 2, Pride’s Gold (11-4); 3,
Amandine (2-1). 13/4l, nk. 9 ran. R Varian.
Tote: £1.90; pl £1.10, £1.50, £1.20. Exacta:
£5.90. Trifecta: £10.30. CSF: £5.59.
4.05: 1, JUSTANOTHERBOTTLE
(Ger O’Neill 9-2); 2, Merry Banter (9-2);
3, Erissimus Maximus (7-2 fav). 1l,
11/4l. 8 ran. D Carroll. Tote: £7.60;
pl £3.10, £1.80, £1.10. Exacta:
£28.70. Tricast: £78.07. Trifecta:
£153.50. CSF: £24.68.
4.35: 1, LA SIOUX (P Hanagan 5-2
fav); 2, Ce La Vie (15-2); 3, Make On
Madam (3-1). 1/2l, hd. 8 ran. R Fahey.
Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10, £1.80, £1.20.
Exacta: £22.60. Tricast: £58.30. Trifecta:
£82.40. CSF: £22.05.
5.05: 1, VOYAGER BLUE (J Hart
7-2); 2, Savaanah (8-11 fav); 3, Creel
(5-1). 21/2l, 13l. 10 ran. J Osborne. Tote:
£4.10; pl £1.10, £1.10, £1.60. Exacta:
£8.20. Trifecta: £23.00. CSF: £6.55.
5.35: 1, IF WE CAN CAN (S De
Sousa 9-2); 2, Troop (16-1); 3, Stay In
The Light (10-1). 3-1 fav Boko
Fittleworth. 1/2l, nk. 11 ran. M Johnston.
Tote: £4.90; pl £2.40, £3.40, £2.70.
Exacta: £84.30. Tricast: £694.94.
Trifecta: £1221.50. CSF: £73.45.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of £3,944.38
carried over.
QUADPOT: £6.30
PLACEPOT: £10.10
TOWCESTER
2.25: 1, TAKE EM OUT (R Johnson
10-11 fav); 2, In The Pipeline (2-1); 3,
Change Ur Tune (18-1). ns, 41/2l. 4 ran.
T Vaughan. Tote: £1.50; Exacta: £2.90.
Trifecta: £13.30. CSF: £2.99. NR:
Pontresina, Watch Me Bop Bop.
2.55: 1, WINDSPIEL (H Bannister
13-8 fav); 2, Trojan Star (7-2); 3,
Westerberry (25-1). 12l, 11/4l. 7 ran. D
Arbuthnot. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10,
£2.00. Exacta: £8.20. Trifecta: £45.80.
CSF: £7.47.
3.25: 1, NO HIDING PLACE (N De
Boinville 6-4 jtfav); 2, Our Kylie (12-1);
3, Tamarillo Grove (15-2). 6-4 jtfav
Starcrossed. ns, 3l. 5 ran. N Henderson.
Tote: £1.70; pl £1.10, £4.60. Exacta:
£16.70. Trifecta: £60.20. CSF: £16.12.
3.55: 1, RIDDLESTOWN (Mr J
Andrews 11-4); 2, Mercers Court (9-4
fav); 3, No Buts (9-1). 11/2l, 15l. 6 ran. C
Fryer. Tote: £2.70; pl £1.10, £2.10.
Exacta: £9.70. Trifecta: £61.10. CSF:
£9.27. NR: Bassarabad.
4.25: 1, TAKE TO HEART (N De
Boinville evens fav); 2, Reckless
Behavior (3-1); 3, Royal Plaza (2-1).
13l, 11/4l. 3 ran. N Henderson. Tote:
£1.50; Exacta: £3.20. Trifecta: £3.90.
CSF: £4.00.
4.55: 1, ATALANTA’S GOLD (J
Bowen 3-1 fav); 2, Ortenzia (15-2); 3,
Scotsbrook Night (9-2). 11/2l, 7l. 10 ran.
G L Moore. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.60, £2.20,
£1.30. Exacta: £20.10. Tricast: £99.87.
Trifecta: £89.60. CSF: £25.87.
QUADPOT: £10.80
PLACEPOT: £23.80
LEICESTER
6.00: 1, GOOD TYNE GIRL (P
Mathers 2-1 fav); 2, Miss Elsa (7-1); 3,
Um Shama (4-1). 1/2l, 5l. 12 ran. R
Fahey. Tote: £2.70; pl £1.20, £1.70,
£1.70. Exacta: £21.50. Trifecta: £69.80.
CSF: £15.69. NR: Fast Endeavour.
6.30: 1, WHAT USAIN (A Rawlinson
9-4); 2, Ejabah (20-1); 3, Flashman (2-5
fav). 3l, nk. 3 ran. M Appleby. Tote:
£3.80; Exacta: £13.10. Trifecta:
£17.50. CSF: £14.71.
7.00: 1, MAKING MIRACLES (J
Fanning 4-9 fav); 2, Mt Augustus (6-1);
3, Dawn Dancer (14-1). 41/2l, 8l. 4 ran.
M Johnston. Tote: £1.20; Exacta: £3.30.
Trifecta: £6.70. CSF: £3.26.
7.30: 1, ARABIAN COAST (E
Greatrex 5-2 fav); 2, Dolcissimo (11-4);
3, Eraad (10-1). 4l, 3/4l. 14 ran. S bin
Suroor. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.40, £1.20,
£3.10. Exacta: £12.70. Trifecta:
£100.00. CSF: £9.37. NR: Montshi,
Rivas Rose Marie.
8.00: 1, SILCA MISTRESS (A Kirby
12-1); 2, Renny’s Lady (33-1); 3,
Narodowa (25-1); 4, Railport Dolly (141). 9-4 fav Gilded Heaven. ns, hd, 13/4l.
17 ran. C Cox. Tote: £12.40; pl £2.40,
£5.50, £5.10, £3.50. Exacta: £368.10.
Tricast: £9708.10. Trifecta: £1273.00.
CSF: £369.23.
8.30: 1, LIGHT OF JOY (Fran Berry
5-1); 2, Know Your Limit (9-2); 3,
Shamrokh (5-1). 7-2 fav X Rated. 21/2l,
/ l. 8 ran. D Lanigan. Tote: £2.70; pl
£1.50, £1.40, £1.70. Exacta: £30.80.
Tricast: £118.25. Trifecta: £116.10.
CSF: £28.02. NR: Carry Me Home.
QUADPOT: £76.10
PLACEPOT: £423.90
1 2
WINDSOR
6.15: 1, COME ON LEICESTER (R L
Moore 4-9 fav); 2, Kadiz (11-2); 3,
Implicit (9-1). 41/2l, 2l. 8 ran. R Hannon.
Tote: £1.10; pl £1.02, £1.20, £2.30.
Exacta: £3.60. Trifecta: £11.70. CSF:
£3.39. NR: Lucky Charm, Superstition.
6.45: 1, MAIN EDITION (R L Moore
2-1 jtfav); 2, Satisfying (2-1 jtfav); 3,
Laxmi (11-1). 33/4l, shd. 11 ran. M
Johnston. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.20, £1.20,
£3.50. Exacta: £7.20. Trifecta: £48.30.
CSF: £5.08.
7.15: 1, ALWAYSANDFOREVER (R
L Moore evens fav); 2, Di Alta (2-1); 3,
Colonial Classic (3-1). 9l, 12l. 3 ran. L
Cumani. Tote: £1.80; Exacta: £3.00.
Trifecta: £3.80. CSF: £3.26.
7.45: 1, THE TIN MAN (T Queally
7-4 fav); 2, D’bai (9-2); 3, Projection
(4-1). 3/4l, shd. 7 ran. J Fanshawe. Tote:
£2.00; pl £1.40, £1.80. Exacta: £10.40.
Trifecta: £29.50. CSF: £9.83.
8.15: 1, AGROTERA (P Cosgrave
85-40 fav); 2, Four White Socks (33-1);
3, Solar Gold (5-2). 11/2l, 21/4l. 12 ran.
Ed Walker. Tote: £2.60; pl £1.10, £5.00,
£1.30. Exacta: £59.20. Trifecta: £180.50.
CSF: £83.74. NR: Bella Ragazza,
Elenora Delight.
8.45: 1, DANGEROUS ENDS (C
Shepherd 7-1); 2, Essenaitch (2-1 jtfav);
3, Junoesque (14-1). 2-1 jtfav Kirkland
Forever. nk, 1l. 6 ran. B Johnson. Tote:
£6.00; pl £2.60, £1.40. Exacta: £22.40.
Trifecta: £223.80. CSF: £20.82. NR:
Diamond Ridge.
QUADPOT: £6.60
PLACEPOT: £7.80
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
HUNTINGDON
PATRICK WEAVER
Hatcher
Spader
Robert’s Star
Third Estate
Canyouringmeback
Frankie Rapper
Chosen Rose
STAR TIP
5.40
6.10
6.40
7.10
7.40
8.10
8.40
Mon Port
The Blue Bomber
Doctor Haze
Whatthebutlersaw
Not A Role Model
Marvellous Monty
Dido
GOING: GOOD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
HURDLE
5.40 MAIDEN
Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (8 runners) £3,249
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HATCHER (28)(G)(H) D Skelton 5 11 2 ..................... H Skelton 89
MON PORT (362)(G) Olly Murphy 6 11 2 ..................R Johnson „99
ST PATRICK’S DAY (12)(V) J R Jenkins 6 11 2 ........ A Wedge 84
THE CAPTAIN (16) Mrs C Bailey 5 11 2 ...................... S Bowen 85
THEYDON PARK (54)(G)(P) M Roberts 5 11 2 .......H Reed (5) 87
WARRIOR PRINCE (F243) Mrs C Bailey 5 11 2 ...J Bowen (3) 85
L- KASPERENKO (87)(T) B Powell 4 10 12 ..................B J Powell 81
P0L- LION ROUGE (48) Stuart Edmunds 4 10 12 .............T J O’Brien 83
Star Betting: — 11-8 Hatcher, 6-4 Mon Port, 9 Kasperenko, 11 Theydon
Park, 25 Warrior Prince, The Captain, Lion Rouge, 40 St Patrick’s Day.
2017: New Agenda 5 11 2, R Johnson 1-4 Fav (P Webber), 6 ran.
STARFORM: HATCHER DANGER: Mon Port
5522/145-0
26-5
54P-
HURDLE
6.10 HANDICAP
Class 5 (8 flights) 2m (13 runners) £3,249
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DREAM BAIE (28)(T) M Roberts 5 12 0 ....................H Reed (5) 84
ST GEORGE’S OVAL (69) D Loughnane 5 11 12 ......... L Heard 78
STUCCODOR (11)(D,S)(P) C Dore 9 11 12.............. P Brennan 83
THE BLUE BOMBER (11)(S) C Fryer 6 11 12 .. Fergus Gregory (5) 85
DEDUCE (F41) J Eustace 5 11 11 ................................J Quinlan 89
CHARLIE CHAPLIN (F10) R Eddery 4 11 10 ..........J Nixon (7) 76
ELYSIAN PRINCE (15)(D,G)(T) N King 7 11 8 ........ H Teal (7) 86
GIVE HIM TIME (F17) N Gifford 7 11 7 ...................J M Davies 83
SPADER (9)(D,G)(T) D Skelton 5 11 7(7ex) ............... H Skelton „99
OVERRIDER (261)(T) S Lycett 8 10 13 .................. M Goldstein 84
PENSION MADNESS (29) J Farrelly 5 10 5 .........P Cowley (5) 87
SILVA SAMOURAI (174)(BF)(H,T) G McPherson 9 10 2
Kielan Woods 85
13 /0-4 BLACKADDER (14) M Gillard 6 10 0 ....................... H Stock (5) 80
LONG HANDICAP: Blackadder 9-12.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Spader, 5 The Blue Bomber, 7 Give Him Time, 8
Silver Samourai, 10 Deduce, 11 Stuccodor, 12 others.
2017: Lake Chapala 8 11 10, M Goldstein 7-2 Fav (C Gordon), 9 ran.
STARFORM: SPADER DANGER: Stuccodor
030L0510-5
12-4
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560200300-
HANDICAP CHASE
6.40 NOVICES’
Class 4 (19 fences) 3m (5 runners) £4,874
1 312- ROBERT’S STAR (40)(G,S)(P) M Bradstock 8 11 12 ..N De Boinville „99
2 03P- DOCTOR HAZE (54) K Bailey 7 11 11 ..............................D Bass 88
3 2L/4 LUCKY JIM (15)(S)(T) David Dennis 7 11 8............ A Coleman 91
4 336- THE OGLE GOGLE MAN (43)(BF)(P) C Mann 6 11 4 ..H Bannister 87
5 U6P- FINULA (147)(S) B Powell 6 11 4 ..............................B J Powell 86
Star Betting: — Evs Robert’s Star, 9-2 The Ogle Gogle Man, 6 Lucky
Jim, Doctor Haze, 10 Finula.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: ROBERT’S STAR DANGER: Lucky Jim
7.10
HANDICAP HURDLE
(4) (10 flights) 2m 4f (11 runners) £6,498
1 PPP- TRAFALGAR ROCK (31)(D2,G,S)(P) A Dunn 7 12 0
Mr J Smith-Maxwell (7) 82
2 1/1- WHATTHEBUTLERSAW (373)(G,S) D F Davis 9 11 12 .. M Grant 92
3 430- ALBERTA (26)(S)(V) Suzi Best 9 11 11 ....................B J Powell 88
4 31-2 MELLOW BEN (9)(G) C Gordon 5 11 11 ...................H Reed (5) „99
5 605- SECOND TIME AROUND (26)(G) A King 6 11 9 .....T Bellamy 92
6 410- DAVID’S PHOEBE (158)(S) Tom Lacey 5 11 9........ R T Dunne 92
7 L25- GUARDS CHAPEL (F19)(G)(V) G L Moore 10 11 9 .. J Bowen (3) 93
8 206- WIND PLACE AND SHO (57) J Eustace 6 11 9 ........J Quinlan 92
9 060- READY AND ABLE (156) Jonjo O’Neill 5 11 7 ........ A Coleman 92
10 453- THIRD ESTATE (28)(G) N King 6 11 4 .....................R Johnson 92
11 524- VEILED SECRET (28)(T) David Dennis 4 10 13 ...S Twiston-Davies 88
Star Betting: — 10-3 Mellow Ben, 15-2 Ready And Able, Third Estate,
8 Guards Chapel, Second Time Around, 9 Alberta, Veiled Secret, 10 others.
2017: Pongo Twistleton 4 11 4, A Coleman 15-8 Fav (Jonjo O’Neill), 7 ran.
STARFORM: MELLOW BEN DANGER: Alberta
7.40
HANDICAP CHASE
Class 4 (16 fences) 2m 4f (9 runners) £4,614
1
62-1 NOT A ROLE MODEL (8)(D,G) Sam Thomas 6 12 4(7ex)
R Patrick (5) „99
2 /6-P KING SPIRIT (14)(BF,G,S) Tom Lacey 10 11 12 .... R T Dunne 97
3 5L2- CHARLIE PAPA LIMA (27)(BF)(T) H Whittington 7 11 12
H Bannister 98
4 224- CHATEAU ROBIN (28)(P*) K Bailey 7 11 9 ....................D Bass 98
5 06-2 CANYOURINGMEBACK (12)(H) N Gifford 6 11 7 .. J M Davies 90
6 42-0 MAHLERDRAMATIC (11)(G,S)(P,T) B Ellison 8 10 13
N De Boinville 91
7 4U3- OAKIDOAKI (28)(P,T) B Powell 6 10 11 ...................B J Powell 95
8 P0-3 THAT’S THE DEAL (14)(C,D2,G,S) J Cornwall 14 10 6 ..B Poste 86
9 L05- BLACK BANJO (32)(T) Miss C Dyson 9 10 0 ... C Hammond (7) 82
LONG HANDICAP: Black Banjo 9-10.
Star Betting: — 2 Not A Role Model, 4 Charlie Papa Lima,
Canyouringmeback, 13-2 King Spirit, 15-2 Chateau Robin, 11 others.
2017: Hepijeu 6 11 2, A Coleman 2-1 Fav (C Longsdon), 5 ran.
STARFORM: CHARLIE PAPA LIMA DANGER: Canyouringmeback
HURDLE
8.10 HANDICAP
Class 4 (12 flights) 3m 1f (9 runners) £4,549
1
2
L6-0 AVIATOR (15)(G,S)(P) J Eustace 10 11 12 ................J Quinlan 88
50P- DREAMSOFTHEATRE (28)(CD,D,G,S)(P,T) Jonjo O’Neill
10 11 11 N P Madden 91
3 30-1 FRANKIE RAPPER (12)(G) D Skelton 6 11 11 ......... H Skelton 97
4 403- MARVELLOUS MONTY (56)(BF) J Farrelly 8 11 10 .... R Johnson 89
5 31L- NIGHT GENERATION (F62)(CD,G)(T,V*) C Gordon 6 11 9
H Reed (5) 96
6 3L-6 JUSTIFICATION (13)(S) G L Moore 10 11 8 ........J Bowen (3) 87
7 P54- SERPICO (30)(T,V*) G McPherson 7 11 7 ..........Kielan Woods 86
8 313- MINELLA WHISPER (30)(BF,CD,G,S) R Phillips 7 11 4
T Bellamy „99
9 /5-6 TIGER TWENTY TWO (11) B Rothwell 7 10 3............A Tinkler 75
Star Betting: — 2 Frankie Rapper, 7-2 Minella Whisper, 9-2 Marvellous
Monty, 15-2 Serpico, 9 Justification, 12 Aviator, 14 others.
2017: The Happy Chappy 6 11 2, N Scholfield 16-1 (Mrs S Humphrey), 9 ran.
STARFORM: FRANKIE RAPPER DANGER: Minella Whisper
HUNTERS’ CHASE
8.40 NOVICES’
Class 6 (19 fences) 3m (8 runners) £2,184
1
/4-2 BARRAFOHONA (10)(G)(B*,H*) Ms G Howell 10 11 12
Miss T Worsley (5) 93
2 FPP/ BARRINGTON BOLT (478)(B*,T*) Miss K Frisby 13 11 12
Mr Solomon Wood (7) 46
3 P1-5 DIDO (18) D Peters 8 11 12 ................................Mr D Peters (7) 96
4 3P-4 PROXIMO (9)(G)(P) Stuart Morris 10 11 12 ..Mr J Andrews (5) 96
5 LL-L RIGHT OF REPLY (8)(G) J P Owen 7 11 12 .Miss G Andrews 97
6 /3-P WAH WAH TAYSEE (16)(P) Mrs S Bowman 11 11 12
Mr O Wedmore (7) 90
7 11-1 CHOSEN ROSE (9)(G,S) A Pennock 6 11 5 ... Mr R Collinson (7) 98
8 1-21 SHE’S REAL (9)(0,G) Mrs H Connors 10 11 5
Mr T Chatfeild-Roberts (7) „99
Star Betting: — 2 She’s Real, 5-2 Dido, 11-4 Chosen Rose, 17-2 Right Of
Reply, 10 Barrafohona, 16 Proximo, 20 Wah Wah Taysee, 40 Barrington Bolt.
2017: Broken Eagle 9 11 12, Mr Joe Hill(5) 9-4 (A Hill), 5 ran.
STARFORM: SHE’S REAL DANGER: Dido
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 „.
CHEPSTOW
HEXHAM
PATRICK WEAVER
Summer Blossom
Cash In Mind
Reverberation
Prestbury Park
Sunshineandbubbles
Beer With The Boys
The Last Debutante
2.10
2.45
3.15
3.45
4.20
4.55
5.25
STAR TIP
PATRICK WEAVER
Welcoming
Vixen
Kachumba
Satchville Flyer
Tenby Two
Smashed
Bid Adieu
Kick On Dottie
Sleep In First
Chanceiton
Bennachie
Card Game
Rising Marienbard
Lucarno Dancer
STARFORM: 2.45 Bombshell Bay (treble), 3.45 Global Tango
(nb), 4.20 Iconic Belle (nap)
CLOCKFORM: 3.45 Prestbury Park 2pts win
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM – GOOD IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.10
FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 5
2YO 6f
(11 runners) £3,752
1 (6)
AUSSIE VIEW M Johnston 9 0..................................F Norton „99
2 (3)
CORINTHIAN STAR S Kirk 9 0 ............................. D Probert 69
3 (7)
EARLY EDITION Sir M Prescott 9 0..........................L Morris 78
4 (5)
50 KG PASSION (7) P Evans 9 0.............................. Fran Berry 77
5 (1)
0 LADY WOLF (15) B Millman 9 0............................. W Carson 88
6 (8)
0 PLEASANT GESTURE (11) J S Moore 9 0.............L Keniry 83
7 (9)
6 POPPING CORKS (15) R Hannon 9 0 .....................P Dobbs 89
8 (4)
SUMMER BLOSSOM Archie Watson 9 0.............E Greatrex 94
9 (11)
SWINGING JEAN M Channon 9 0 ...........................C Bishop 78
10(10)
TINTERN SPIRIT J Bradley 9 0 ........................... T Clark (3) 64
11 (2)
WELCOMING C Cox 9 0...............................................A Kirby 90
Star Betting: — 10-3 Summer Blossom, 7-2 Welcoming, 5 Popping
Corks, Aussie View, 8 Swinging Jean, 9 Early Edition, 14 others.
2017: No corresponding meeting.
STARFORM: AUSSIE VIEW DANGER: Popping Corks
2.45 HANDICAP
Class 5 1m
(13 runners)
£3,752
1 (6) -336 CASH IN MIND (17)(A,G)(P) D Donovan (IRE) 7 10 0
D Probert 88
2 (12) 160- KEEPER’S CHOICE (227)(D,G) D Coakley 4 10 0 ...S W Kelly 87
3 (11) 16-6 CHAMPAGNE BOB (15)(C,G,S) R J Price 6 9 9
Darragh Keenan (7) 82
4 (7) 045L ATHASSEL (20)(A) P Evans 9 9 6 ...................... Fran Berry 83
5 (9) 0-00 GEALACH GHORM (31)(P*) Sarah Hollinshead 4 9 5
G Malune (5) 83
6 (8) 216- GLOBAL EXCEED (192)(G,S) E Dunlop 3 9 4 ...... G Mosse 90
7 (10) 216- VIXEN (160)(S)(H) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 3 ...........E Greatrex 90
8 (2) 660- POCKET WARRIOR (405)(T*) M Bosley 7 9 1 .....F Norton 85
9 (13) -010 COOPERESS (27)(A,G) D Burchell 5 9 0 ......... Hollie Doyle 81
10 (4) L00- PEAK STORM (160)(CD3,C4,G,S)(P,T) J G O’Shea 9 9 0
Kate Leahy (7) 87
11 (1) 0200 LIVING LEADER (21)(C,D3,A,G) Grace Harris 9 9 0 ....L Morris 90
12 (5) 500- TALLY’S SON (202)(P) Grace Harris 4 9 0 ....... C Noble (5) 87
13 (3) 0-31 BOMBSHELL BAY (29)(BF,D,G)(P) R Hannon 3 8 10
P Dobbs „99
LONG HANDICAP: Cooperess 8-9, Peak Storm 8-8,
Living Leader 8-7, Tally’s Son 8-3.
Star Betting: — 9-4 Bombshell Bay, 11-2 Global Exceed, Cash In
Mind, 7 Vixen, 8 Keeper’s Choice, 11 Champagne Bob, 14 others.
STARFORM: BOMBSHELL BAY DANGER: Vixen
3.15 HANDICAP
Class 6
3YO 7f
1 (11)
2 (12)
3 (9)
4 (3)
5 (13)
6 (8)
7 (5)
8 (4)
9 (1)
(14 runners)
£3,105
REVERBERATION (34)(BF) S Kirk 9 8 ........Renato Souza 75
RAINBOW JAZZ (20)(P) M Usher 9 8 ..........................K Fox 82
SUPEREGO (22) C Cox 9 7 .........................................A Kirby 86
THUNDER NORTH (245) D Lanigan 9 7...........P Cosgrave 78
JUNGLE QUEEN (18) Eve J-Houghton 9 6 ........E Greatrex 82
GLAMOROUS DREAM (32) R Harris 9 6 ............. D Probert 79
KACHUMBA (14)(D,G) R Guest 9 5 .......................D O’Neill „99
GIVE EM A CLUMP (20)(D,G,S)(B) P Evans 9 3...Fran Berry 88
ZAPATEADO (47)(D,A)(T) Miss K George 9 2
Rhiain Ingram (5) 76
10 (7) 50-0 LADY OF PETRA (21) Eve J-Houghton 8 13 ..........C Bishop 85
11 (2) -000 MACHO MOVER (15)(V*) M Channon 8 12 .... Hollie Doyle 79
12(10) 0464 SILVERTURNSTOGOLD (14)(BF) N Mulholland 8 10 .L Morris 83
13 (6) 6463 MADAME JO JO (20)(P) Sarah Hollinshead 8 8...G Malune (5) 79
14(14) 5-53 JAZZY GIRL (21) B Powell 8 7 ................................M Dwyer 83
LONG HANDICAP: Jazzy Girl 8-4.
Star Betting: — 5 Kachumba, 6 Reverberation, 7 Give Em A Clump,
Silverturnstogold, 8 Superego, 12 Macho Mover, 14 others.
STARFORM: SILVERTURNSTOGOLD DANGER: Kachumba
-240
L-0L
560
L0063-5
60-0
-501
5322
3L45
3.45 HANDICAP
Class 4 6f
(8 runners)
£5,531
1 (5) 10-0 OPERATIVE (10)(D,G,S) E De Giles 5 9 10 ..............A Kirby 93
2 (6) L212 SATCHVILLE FLYER (15)(CD2,C,D4,A,F,G,S)(P) P Evans
7 9 10 Fran Berry 91
3 (3) 4-25 PRESTBURY PARK (63)(D2,G,S) M Johnston 3 9 10
F Norton „99
4 (4) L-62 DANDYMAN PORT (17)(S)(P*) D Donovan (IRE) 4 9 8
D Probert 89
5 (1) 4-04 PASTFACT (20)(CD,D3,F,S) M Saunders 4 9 6 .....L Keniry 96
6 (2) 1224 BUNGEE JUMP (13)(D,A,S) Grace Harris 3 9 3 ... C Noble (5) 92
7 (7) 621- GLOBAL TANGO (199)(D,A) C Hills 3 9 3 ............ G Mosse 92
8 (8) 015- BOREAGH LASS (242)(D,G) E De Giles 3 8 13....C Shepherd 94
Star Betting: — 7-2 Prestbury Park, 4 Global Tango, 11-2 Dandyman
Port, 6 Boreagh Lass, 7 Bungee Jump, Operative, 8 others.
STARFORM: GLOBAL TANGO DANGER: Satchville Flyer
HANDICAP
4.20 FILLIES’
Class 5 1m 2f
(8 runners)
£3,752
1 (7) 1212 SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES (13)(BF,D,A)(P)
Jennie Candlish 5 9 7 Rossa Ryan (5) „99
2 (6) 4651 ICONIC BELLE (6)(D,G) M Channon 4 9 6(6ex)
Nicola Currie (5) 92
3 (1) L0-0 DORA’S FIELD (24) W Kittow 5 9 3 ..................... Fran Berry 85
4 (3) 03-0 WEARDIDITALLGORONG (139)(D,G,S)(B)
D Donovan (IRE) 6 8 12 D Probert 86
5 (2) 010- DELIRIUM (225)(D,G)(P) E De Giles 4 8 9 ...... C Shepherd 93
6 (8) 22-0 TENBY TWO (55)(H) N Mulholland 4 8 9 .................L Morris 88
7 (4) 10-4 ZARIA (23)(C3,G,S)(P) R J Price 7 8 6 ..Darragh Keenan (7) 89
8 (5) 5-21 MIDNIGHT MOOD (10)(D2,G)(T) D F Davis 5 8 5 .... J F Egan 94
Star Betting: — 9-4 Iconic Belle, 10-3 Sunshineandbubbles, Midnight
Mood, 8 Zaria, 12 Delirium, 16 Weardiditallgorong, 20 others.
STARFORM: ICONIC BELLE DANGER: Midnight Mood
GROUP LTD NOVICE STAKES
4.55 REECER
Class 5 1m 4f (16 runners)
£3,752
1 (3)
ADMIRAL KID (J9)(H,T) N Mulholland 7 10 0 ..........A Kirby 87
2 (2)
BERRY DE CARJAC (J13) Grace Harris 7 10 0 .. S W Kelly 76
3 (13)
2- KINGS INN (J9) P Nicholls 4 10 0 ....... Megan Nicholls (5) „99
4 (14)
L- SAINTMONT (350) Christian Williams 4 10 0 .........F Norton 72
5 (12)
L- SAMSON’S REACH (J14) R J Price 5 10 0 ... Joshua Bryan (5) 74
6 (6)
4/ SMASHED (628) W Haggas 5 10 0 ............ Georgia Cox (3) 95
7 (7) L0- TRIPLE FIRST (231) J W Mullins 4 9 9 .................R Hornby 71
8 (11)
2 ALMOGHARED (23) J Gosden 3 8 11 .....................D O’Neill 97
9 (4)
0 BEER WITH THE BOYS (31) M Channon 3 8 11..C Bishop 86
10 (1)
0 COLENSO (29) A Balding 3 8 11 ............................ D Probert 84
11(16) L5 DURATION (22) A Balding 3 8 11 ..........William Carver (7) 67
12(15) 2-4 PODEMOS (24)(H) R Beckett 3 8 11 ................R Kingscote 95
13 (8)
0 SAINT MAC (31) H Morrison 3 8 11..................... Fran Berry 75
14(10) 0L6 ISLAND FOX (23) David Loughnane 3 8 6 ...............L Morris 69
15 (9)
0 OENOPHILE (27)(H) A Balding 3 8 6 ......................M Dwyer 73
16 (5) LL-L SNOOP (13) David Loughnane 3 8 6 ........................J F Egan 61
Star Betting: — Evs Almoghared, 3 Podemos, 5 Smashed, 8 Kings
Inn, 12 Beer With The Boys, 20 Colenso, 25 others.
STARFORM: ALMOGHARED DANGER: Kings Inn
MARQUEES HANDICAP
5.25 COOPERS
Class 5 1m 4f
(9 runners)
£3,752
1 (3) 1-35 BID ADIEU (15)(A) R Hughes 4 9 10 .................... S W Kelly 88
2 (5) L145 SONNETIST (23)(D,A)(P) P Evans 4 9 7 ........... Fran Berry 89
3 (7) -342 VOLPONE JELOIS (6)(BF,G,S)(P) P Nicholls 5 9 4
Megan Nicholls (5) 90
4 (2) 615L CAPE BANJO (18)(D,A)(P) N Mulholland 5 9 4 ........A Kirby 91
5 (6) 251- THE LAST DEBUTANTE (388)(D,G) M Johnston 4 9 3
F Norton „99
6 (8) 320- PHOENIX DAWN (J25)(S)(B) B Powell 4 9 3........M Dwyer 83
7 (1) 24-0 WHAT A SCORCHER (116) Mrs N Evans 7 9 0 .....L Morris 81
8 (4) 3L-3 TYROLEAN (18) D Burchell 5 8 9 ..................... Hollie Doyle 82
9 (9) 600- RED EMPEROR (320)(P) J Flint 4 8 7 ................E Greatrex 83
LONG HANDICAP: Red Emperor 8-4.
Star Betting: — 11-4 Bid Adieu, 9-2 The Last Debutante, 5 Cape
Banjo, Volpone Jelois, 8 Tyrolean, 11 Phoenix Dawn, 12 others.
STARFORM: THE LAST DEBUTANTE DANGER: Volpone Jelois
STAR TIP
6.00
6.30
7.00
7.30
8.00
8.30
9.00
Timesawaiting
Miss Conway
Frankie’s Promise
Royal Mandate
Spectator
Inchcolm
Hey Listen
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
HURDLE
6.00 NOVICES’
(4) (10 flights) 2m 4f (14 runners) £4,809
1 5-P CATHAL’S STAR (13) Ruth Jefferson 5 10 12 ............B Hughes 71
2
0 CUDGEL (17) J Walton 5 10 12....................Ross Chapman (3) 89
3 2L-0 FRIENDS IN HEAVEN (17) A Wilson 6 10 12.............R Day (3) 93
4 PPP- GRIMTHORPE (39) Miss T Jackson 7 10 12....Mr E Brookbanks (7) 70
5 305- MACARDLE (26) P Kirby 5 10 12 ..........................T Dowson (3) 89
6
MAYBE MICKEY S Waugh 5 10 12............... Sam Coltherd (5) 60
7 00-P REAPLEE (13) C Grant 5 10 12 ..............................C Bewley (3) 73
8 03-5 SLADE STORM (13) A Whillans 5 10 12 ............... Craig Nichol 75
9 LP-0 THE PADDY PIE (17) Mrs S Smith 5 10 12 ................S Quinlan 83
10
26- TIMESAWAITING (107)(T) Miss L Russell 5 10 12 ...Derek Fox 93
11 /6-F WAGNER KLASS (17)(H*) Rebecca Menzies 6 10 12 . N Moscrop (5) 86
12 0P-1 KICK ON DOTTIE (17)(C,G) Ruth Jefferson 5 10 11 ....J Hamilton „99
13
L0- COUNTRY DELIGHTS (179) H Burns 5 10 5 .... L Murtagh (5) 70
14
0/ CUSHY BUTTERFIELD (530) Mrs S Walton 6 10 5.. F O’Toole (3) 62
Star Betting: — 6-4 Kick On Dottie, 9-4 Macardle, 13-2 Slade Storm,
7 Timesawaiting, 10 Cathal’s Star, 16 The Paddy Pie, 20 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MACARDLE DANGER: Kick On Dottie
CHASE
6.30 HANDICAP
Class 5 (12 fences) 2m (9 runners) £4,809
1
2
3
4
5
INDIAN VOYAGE (10)(D2,S)(T) M Barnes 10 11 13 ....D Irving (3) 91
SLEEP IN FIRST (10)(CD2,D3,G,S) J Ewart 12 11 12 ...B Hughes 98
MISS CONWAY (29)(CD4,G) M Walford 7 11 10.... J Hamilton „99
ROMAN NUMERAL (17)(D,G) D Thompson 10 10 8 ... H Brooke 82
RHYTHM OF SOUND (139)(D2,G,S)(T,V) M Hammond 8 10 7
A P Cawley 91
6 P36- ROLL OF THUNDER (86)(G) J Walton 9 10 6 .... F O’Toole (3) 86
7 4P-P WARKSBURN BOY (10) Mrs S Walton 8 10 0 ...T Willmott (7) 85
8 3P-3 REVERSE THE CHARGE (7)(P) Mrs J Walton 11 10 0
Ross Chapman (3) 87
9 P0-U DUHALLOWCOUNTRY (7)(D2,S)(B) V Thompson 12 10 0
T Dowson (3) 87
LONG HANDICAP: Warksburn Boy 9-10, Reverse The Charge 9-8,
Duhallowcountry 9-6.
Star Betting: — 7-4 Sleep In First, 4 Rhythm Of Sound, 9-2 Indian
Voyage, 7 Miss Conway, 12 Reverse The Charge, 14 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SLEEP IN FIRST DANGER: Miss Conway
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HURDLE
7.00 HANDICAP
(5) (12 flights) 2m 7f (11 runners) £4,159
1 P5-3 CHRISTMAS TWENTY (13) M Hammond 8 11 12 ...F O’Toole (3) 97
2 PU2- FRANKIE’S PROMISE (24)(C,S)(P) N Alexander 10 11 4
Lucy Alexander 96
3 221- CHANCEITON (24)(G)(T) Miss L Russell 7 11 3 ..T Willmott (7) „99
4 0PL- LAWTOP LEGEND (138)(P*) G Bewley 6 11 1 ...J Bewley (3) 94
5 50-0 CHARIN’ CROSS (10) M Hammond 6 10 6 ............. A P Cawley 94
6 P0-0 ANDHAAR (10)(D,G,S)(V) N Alexander 12 10 1 ...B Campbell (5) 94
7 LU-L CAPTAIN SHARPE (17)(G,S)(B,T) Kenny Johnson 10 10 0
Alison Clarke (7) 93
8 P4-0 DIZOARD (10) I Jardine 8 10 0 ....................Ross Chapman (3) 97
9 P6-0 KNOCKLAYDE (10)(S)(B) Katie Scott 6 10 0.. S Mulqueen (3) 96
10 463- COPT HILL (60)(S)(P) Julia Brooke 10 10 0 ............... H Brooke 91
11 PL-L BEYONDTHEFLAME (10)(P,T) J Haynes 8 10 0 ..T Dowson (3) 94
LONG HANDICAP: Dizoard 9-12, Knocklayde 9-9, Copt Hill 9-8,
Beyondtheflame 8-12.
Star Betting: — 7-4 Christmas Twenty, 7-2 Chanceiton, 7 Frankie’s
Promise, 10 Dizoard, 11 Andhaar, 14 Lawtop Legend, 20 others.
2017: Lake Shore Drive 5 11 12, B J Powell 13-8 Fav (J Farrelly), 11 ran.
STARFORM: CHRISTMAS TWENTY DANGER: Chanceiton
7.30
NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE
(5) (15 fences) 2m 4f (11 runners) £4,809
1 020- ALFIBOY (29)(H) Mrs S Smith 8 11 12 ........................S Quinlan 95
2 /20- NEXT LEVEL (189)(T) J Snowden 7 11 12................... D Jacob 95
3 211- BENNACHIE (27)(D,G,S)(P,T) T Vaughan 9 11 9..D G Noonan „99
4 40-0 BAFANA BLUE (15)(T) M Barnes 7 11 7 .................D Irving (3) 93
5 66-3 ROYAL MANDATE (13)(V) Rebecca Menzies 6 11 5 ...C O’Farrell 88
6 FP-0 EAGER TO KNOW (10) M Hammond 8 10 9 ....... F O’Toole (3) 92
7 PP4- TOWERBURN (36)(T) Mrs A C Hamilton 9 10 8 ...... J Hamilton 91
8 P-00 SCORPO (11) V Thompson 7 10 4 ................. Mr K Yeoman (7) 88
9 -064 COURT PAINTER (5)(P) V Thompson 8 10 1......T Dowson (3) 95
10 6-LL DAYDREAM ISLAND (6)(B*) Mrs S Walton 8 10 0 ..T Willmott (7) 89
11 LLP- THEDFACTOR (29)(P) Mrs J Walton 9 10 0 .. Ross Chapman (3) 85
LONG HANDICAP: Daydream Island 9-10, Thedfactor 8-9.
Star Betting: — 2 Bennachie, 7-2 Alfiboy, 9-2 Royal Mandate, 8 Next
Level, 12 Towerburn, 14 Eager To Know, Court Painter, 16 others.
2017: No Such Number 9 10 11, D Irving(5) 6-4 Fav (M Barnes), 10 ran.
STARFORM: BENNACHIE DANGER: Royal Mandate
OF BLYTH HANDICAP HURDLE
8.00 PORT
Class 3 (8 flights) 2m (6 runners) £7,733
20-1 CARD GAME (17)(CD,G,S) Ruth Jefferson 9 11 12 ...A Blakemore (7) „99
43-3 SPECTATOR (10)(D,G,S)(T,V) T Vaughan 7 11 4 .. D G Noonan 87
130- ROCKALZARO (99)(D,G,S) D McCain 6 10 13 ..........B Hughes 86
60-3 MR SNOOZY (17)(G,S)(P) M Walford 9 10 11 .. Miss E Todd (5) 88
4-05 GREEN ZONE (5)(D,G,S) Miss L Harrison 7 10 8 ...... H Brooke 83
352- RED OCHRE (57) C Grant 5 10 6 ...........................C Bewley (3) 81
Star Betting: — 9-4 Card Game, 11-4 Spectator, 5 Red Ochre, 13-2
Rockalzaro, 8 Mr Snoozy, 10 Green Zone.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: CARD GAME DANGER: Spectator
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WAKING UP
Cognitive bias causes you to filter (or see)
the world not as it is, but how you expect it to
be, or want to believe it is. This can be a real
problem at the poker table. Some players
see what they want to see, not what is really
happening. Dealt pocket Aces or flopping
a straight, they believe they deserve to win.
They fail to acknowledge any board changes,
coupled with aggressive resistance from
opponents, that indicate they are beaten by
a better hand….
THE TAKEAWAY?
Always try to keep a piece of your poker
brain free, aware, and alert enough to
question your sense of absolute certainty.
You will still take some beatings, but at least
you will go into them with eyes open rather
than spellbound by a self-created illusion.
Over time, your reading skills will improve,
helping you know when to make the kind of
big lay downs that will
stop opponents taking
all your chips.
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HANDICAP CHASE
8.30 NOVICES’
Class 4 (19 fences) 3m (6 runners) £5,458
1
44-2 RISING MARIENBARD (10)(BF)(T) Miss L Russell 6 11 12
Derek Fox „99
2 P4-5 SPINNING SCOOTER (17)(T) M Barnes 8 10 10 ...D Irving (3) 93
3 5P4/ SUPER LUNAR (673)(P,T) H Hogarth 9 10 3 ......... J Hamilton 92
4 23P- INCHCOLM (109) M Hammond 8 10 0 .................... A P Cawley 94
5 0L2- ROBINS LEGEND (67)(V) C Grant 6 10 0 ..................B Hughes 97
6 2U-4 MCGINTY’S DREAM (10)(S)(B) N Alexander 7 10 0 ... L Alexander 97
LONG HANDICAP: Inchcolm 9-12, Robins Legend 9-12, Mcginty’s Dream 9-8.
Star Betting: — 6-5 Rising Marienbard, 11-4 Robins Legend, 6
Mcginty’s Dream, 10 Inchcolm, 14 Super Lunar, 20 Spinning Scooter.
2017: Hattons Hill 8 11 9, J Hamilton(3) 6-4 Fav (H Hogarth), 7 ran.
STARFORM: ROBINS LEGEND DANGER: Rising Marienbard
HURDLE
9.00 HANDICAP
Class 5 (8 flights) 2m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(11 runners) £4,159
HEY LISTEN (26)(P) Miss L Russell 6 11 12 ... S Mulqueen (3) 95
BACK TO BALLOO (11)(CD,D2,G) P Winks 12 11 10....R Winks (5) „99
OISHIN (17)(D,S)(T) M Barnes 6 11 8......................D Irving (3) 93
RUSSIANTOM (13)(T) S Corbett 7 11 7 ...............J Corbett (5) 87
SLANEY CRAIGLEGACY (11)(H) H Burns 6 11 1 ....L Murtagh (5) 80
CALYPSO DELEGATOR (131)(V) M Hammond 5 11 1 .. F O’Toole (3) 91
KISUMU (201) M Hammond 6 11 1 .......Miss Becky Smith (5) 91
LOULOUMILLS (244)(G)(T) M Barnes 8 11 0 ....T Dowson (3) 91
LUCARNO DANCER (175)(BF,CD,S)(H,T) R Shiels 8 10 10
C Bewley (3) 95
10 10P- CHERRY PRINCESS (175)(CD,S)(T) Mrs B Butterworth 8 10 8
S Quinlan 85
11 06-5 ROCK N’STONES (17)(P) G Boanas 7 10 0 ...Ross Chapman (3) 91
LONG HANDICAP: Rock N’stones 9-13.
Star Betting: — 2 Hey Listen, 4 Lucarno Dancer, 6 Oishin,
9 Rock N’stones, 12 Louloumills, 14 Calypso Dele gator, 16 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
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been good for West
Brom but he doesn’t need
the money. If I was him I’d
be off 2 Spain for a BIG
TAN. Jimi peters NCFC
Well done sam,another
6million pound for
getting sacked. pete
Re England squad
boring. Not much too
get excited about there
Gareth. And have you told
Alexander Arnold Milner’s
not playing he’s only had 3
good games this season
when him n Milner doubled
up. Chops cat
Wilshere: I could have
made impact in World
Cup. Why wait til end of
season? Proof in Pudding.
Anon
I think Spurs, West Ham,
Forest, Everton,
Liverpool, Newcastle lack
ambition. Thats why they
never win anything. CFC1
When all you Scousers
have done talking on
about Salah and his record
breaking, then let’s see
what he does next season. I
will take bets Sergio bangs
in more than him next
season. city blue moon
Hope wham give Ginger
Pele another contract. If
not, get him on the
coaching staff. Youngsters
can only learn from him
what pride you should have
when you pull on claret and
blue shirt. wham Bob
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Star hopes to
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at Portman Road
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ARNOLD ALLEN wants to
take UFC to Ipswich.
beat Yunier
AWho
Dorticos in February to
He aims to follow in the footsteps
of Darren Till by having his local
area stage a fight night.
Till figures in a headline bout with
Stephen Thompson at the Echo Arena
in his home city of Liverpool this
weekend with Allen also on the bill.
The rising star meets Denmark’s
Mads Burnell in a featherweight
contest.
Sunday’s event marks the first-ever
UFC visit to the city, due to the
pulling power of welterweight Till –
and now Allen wants to follow suit.
The 24-year-old said: “It would be
really cool to see the UFC come to
Ipswich and it would be a dream
come true if it was at Ipswich’s
football ground, Portman Road.
“I am a great Ipswich fan so it
would be marvellous to see the UFC
go there. I’m the only current UFC
retain the IBF and take the
WBA Cruiserweight titles?
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2018 Volta a la
Comunitat Valenciana?
Who scored two tries
for Widnes in the 40-12
Super League XXIII home win
over Catalans Dragons?
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cricketer hit 114 in the
1st ODI against Zimbabwe in
Sharjah in February?
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beat 10-0 in the
2017-18 Women’s FA Cup 4th
Round?
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Quins role
fighter from Ipswich
but there will be more
coming through in the
next couple of years.”
The fight with Burnell will
be Allen’s first appearance in
the octagon since defeating
Finland’s Makwan Amirkhani in
March last year.
He was scheduled to meet Peruvian
Enrique Barzola at UFC 220 in
Boston in January but visa issues
prevented him from travelling.
Burnell added: “I still have 10 years
fighting left in me.
®ÊRUGBY UNION
ENGLAND defence
coach Paul Gustard
has quit to join
Harlequins as head of
rugby.
Gustard (above) will
take up his new job
after the Red Rose’s
summer tour to South
Africa next month.
After being lured
away from Eddie
Jones’ backrom staff
to join the Premiership team Gustard,
42, said: “I just
couldn’t turn this
opportunity down.”
Famous
“I aim to end up going to the top
because I want to be number one.”
His bid to make that dream come
true has been helped by his decision
to train at the world-famous Tristar
Gym in Montreal where he is
learning from the likes of UFC
legend Georges St-Pierre.
“I’ve done all right while
wrestling with him,” he said.
“I have always wanted to train in a
top-class gym like that and it’s really
helping me to improve.
“The end goal is still the same – to
be wearing the UFC belt.”
Trial tester
for Simon
®ÊCYCLING
SIMON YATES admits
his bid to win the Giro
d’Italia could hinge on
today’s time trial.
The Brit, leading by
two minutes 11 seconds,
is gearing up for the
34.5km time trial from
Trento to Rovereto.
Last year’s winner
Tom Dumoulinut is
closing in on him and
Yates said: “My
advantage can be wiped
out in one day – two
minutes isn’t a lot.”
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Jake ....., Salford Red Devils wing (5)
David ..., New Zealand 1992 Olympic
Heavyweight boxing bronze medallist (3)
8. Claudio ….., Man City goalkeeper (5)
9. Log tossed in the Highland Games (5)
10. Spin given to a snooker ball (4)
11. UEFA nation coached by Lars
Lagerback since 2017 (6)
14. Simon ……, Section Paloise coach from
2014 (6)
15. Stefan ...., former Rangers goalkeeper (4)
18. Kevin ....., former Auckland Blues prop
signed by Harlequins in 1999 (5)
20. Victor ....., 1980 French Open men’s
doubles tennis championship winner
with Hank Pfister (5)
21 and 22 Across. St. Helens full-back
formerly at Toulon (3,5)
22. See 21 Across.
23. Dave ….., Exeter back-rower; England
2016 Six Nations squad member (5)
4.
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FORMER Norwich
striker Grant Holt has
signed a deal to become
a professional wrestler.
Holt, 37, currently
player-coach at
National League side
Barrow, has agreed a
multi-show contract
with World Association
of Wrestling.
WAW claim Holt will
appear in its Fightmare
3 Supershow in 2019.
HIGH HOPES: Arnold
Allen is looking for
another big win on Sunday
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defender; Arsenal 1971 FA Cup Final
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®ÊFORMULA ONE
LEWIS HAMILTON’S
team boss has told
him to forget about
having it all his own
way at this weekend’s
Monaco Grand Prix.
The Brit has opened
up a 17-point lead
over Ferrari’s
Sebastian Vettel but
Mercedes struggled
in Monte Carlo last
year and Toto Wolff
fears a repeat.
He said: “We don’t
head there as
favourites – Ferrari
and Red Bull do. It
gives us completely
different challenges.”
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
SHAUN’S
ED-DING
BACK TO
WIGAN
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HAVING A LAUGH:
Jos Buttler (left)
jokes with Jimmy
Anderson yesterday
BUTTLER IS
SO KEEN TO
FIRE AGAIN
Legend lined up to replace
Wane at the end of season
SHAUN EDWARDS is set to
make a sensational return to
rugby league as Wigan boss.
The 51-year-old league legend switched
codes 17 years ago, earning huge success
as Wasps coach and as Warren Gatland’s
right-hand man with Wales.
But the ex-Wigan half-back has kept
tabs on league and would jump at the
chance to return to his hometown club.
Wigan paved the way for an emotional
return yesterday by announcing that
current coach Shaun Wane will leave at
the end of this season.
Edwards is understood to have applied
for the Warrington job when Tony Smith
was sacked last year.
Ambition
Wolves opted for Aussie Steve Price
amidst fears that Edwards had been out
of the 13-man game too long.
But earlier this month he insisted that
would not be a problem and revealed “a
burning ambition” to return to the code
that made him a worldwide star.
The most decorated man in league
also said his aim was to be the first
head coach to win a championship in
both union and league.
Edwards, who led Wasps to the 2008
title, said: “I’ve studied rugby league all
my life. With good assistant coaches, the
transition wouldn’t be a problem.”
He would be a massive favourite with
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the fans, while Wane splits supporters’
loyalties because of his style, but there is
no doubting that his are big boots to fill.
He has led Wigan to two Super League
titles, Challenge Cup victory, World
Club Challenge success and the League
Leaders’ Shield in the past six years.
The Warriors are also in the hunt for
all three domestic titles this season.
Wane, whose contract is not being
renewed at the end of the season, said:
“The town of Wigan and the club will
always remain special to me.
“However I feel that now is the right
time for me to seek a new challenge and
direction in my professional career.
“I have one last task to complete and
that is to bring home as much silverware
as possible this season.”
Wane, 53, is expected to join Catalans
Dragons who last week announced the
signing of Wigan star Sam Tomkins for
next season.
Ex-England coach Steve McNamara
has struggled there and Wane’s strong
work ethic appeals to the Dragons.
Several union clubs are also believed to
be interested in Wane as an assistant
coach, as well as Scotland as part of their
lower age teams programme.
LEEDS and England have been dealt
a huge blow with news that centre
Kallum Watkins has been ruled out for
eight months with a serious knee injury.
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HERO WE GO:
Shaun Edwards
is the hot tip to take
over at Wigan from
Shaun Wane (below)
Tyler bows out with treble yell
®Ê
ROAR EMOTION: Tyler
Bernardini lifts the
trophy for Leicester Riders
JOS BUTTLER will no longer take a backward step
for England after emerging from the Test wilderness.
The recalled Buttler, 27, has been given a license to
thrill when he makes his return in the first Test
against Pakistan at Lord’s on Thursday.
After an 18-month absence, he will approach his role
as a specialist batsman in the same destructive
fashion that has made him the world’s most
dangerous white ball player.
Buttler said: “For me it is about trusting instincts
and not fighting them. In the past I have potentially
felt as if I had to play in a
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certain way or be
something I am not.
“So as much as I can, I
selector Ed Smith – came
will be trusting my
out of the blue given that
instincts. That is going to
he made just four
be the best way of
first-class appearances
helping me be successful.
for Lancashire last year.
“For the first half of
He added: “It was quite
my Test career I trusted
a lot of a surprise. You
myself better than I did
hear whispers but you
in the Ashes series here
always think maybe that
in 2015 when I went away
race is run and will never
from what was working.
happen again.
“It is an incredible
“You definitely miss it.
opportunity I have been
To get that call the
handed to come back in. I
overriding emotion was
have been asked me to
excitement.”
play in that aggressive
Buttler, who has played
fashion so that is how I
a key role in helping
have got to do it.”
England to the top of the
Buttler is coming off a
one-day rankings, plans
hot streak in the Indian
to make the most of
Premier League where
being thrown a lifeline in
he recently smashed a
the longer format.
tournament-record five
He said: “It is an
successive half-centuries. amazing opportunity
But his call-up for the
that has been gifted to
first Test – a wildcard
me. It feels like another
pick by new chief
debut really.”
SELL 4
CASH
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TYLER BERNARDINI has
finished his last game of
basketball on a high after
leading Leicester Riders to
a BBL treble for the second
year in a row.
The 29-year-old won his
eighth trophy in four years
at the club after scoring 17
points in Sunday’s 81-60
victory over London Lions.
But Bernardini has
decided to pursue a career
away from basketball.
“This was my last game
of professional basketball,”
he said. “It’s been an
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incredible way to finish the
season and to be treble
winners for the second year
in a row is fantastic.
“I’m so proud of everyone
– we’ve all had to battle
through so much this
season.
“It’s been a great
four years here, and
previously in Italy.
“I’m at a point in
my life where I’m not
getting any younger
– injuries hurt a
little more than they did –
and I’m ready to move on to
a life outside of the sport.”
Riders head coach Rob
Paternostro celebrated his
12th piece of silverware at
the club and was handed
his coach of the year award
before the game.
In the WBBL final,
Sevenoaks Suns
completed a season
double as they
defeated Leicester
Riders 69-44, with Cat
Carr taking MVP
with 19 points.
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Rowett
set for
Potters
CYRILLE WOULD
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THIS IS MY SHOT:
Darren Moore is
unveiled as boss against
the backdrop of a giant
picture of Cyrille Regis
at The Hawthorns
® by DAVE ARMITAGE
GARY ROWETT is set to be
named Stoke’s new boss
today.
Derby last night gave
Stoke the green light to
talk to their manager after
a £2m compensation deal
was agreed.
The Potters have acted
quickly to get their man
ahead of life back in the
Championship next season.
Stoke first moved in for
Rowett, 44, in January as a
replacement for Mark
Hughes.
But with Derby bidding
for Premier League
promotion, Rowett stayed
at Pride Park and signed a
new three-and-a-half year
contract on the strength of
their interest.
Stoke then turned to
former Aston Villa and
Norwich boss Paul
Lambert.
But the Scot failed to
engineer an escape,
winning just two games,
and was shown the door
last week.
Derby reached the
play-offs but lost 2-1 on
aggregate to Fulham.
And with club owner Mel
Morris ready to slash the
wage bill and put the
brakes on spending, the
move to the bet365 Stadium
appeals to Rowett.
He is much admired by
the Coates family, who
own the club, and would
not be under such heavy
restrictions to mastermind
an instant return to the top
flight after their 10-year
stay ended.
New West Brom boss Moore
opened up yesterday on the man
who hit him for six the very first
time he clapped eyes on him.
He’s only sorry former England
striker and Baggies legend Regis
isn’t around to see him clinch the
top job at The Hawthorns.
The two were massive mates and
spoke on the phone just hours
before Regis (inset below) died of
a heart attack in January aged
just 59.
Moore, speaking for the first
time since landing the job on a
permanent basis, said Regis would
have been a part of his plans.
He said: “I’m really proud to
get this job and I’m sure he’s
looking down on us now and
saying he’s very happy.
“I know if Cyrille was here I’d be
sharing the day-to-day running of
things with him. I can honestly say
that to you.
“I was speaking to him right up
until the night before he died, up
until 8pm. The next morning I
learned of his passing.
“We had a conversation and
Cyrille said, ‘Let’s speak in the
morning...’”
Style
Nice guy’s nasty streak
Rafa to
stay put
® by IAN MURTAGH
NEWCASTLE boss Rafa
Benitez is set to commit
himself to Newcastle for at
least one more season.
Benitez, linked with the
vacancy at West Ham, has
held talks with Toon
managing director Lee
Charley and could sign a
new contract within the
next few days.
The Spaniard, who has a
year left on his current
deal, is proud of the fact he
has never quit a club while
under contract.
Zenit St Petersburg are
the latest club trailing him,
but Benitez is not keen on
moving to Russia.
Benitez has so far not met
Mike Ashley. The Newcastle owner has let it be
known that he is desperate
for the former Liverpool
and Real Madrid boss to
remain at the helm, and
has instructed Charnley to
do all that he can to ensure
that it happens.
DARREN
MOORE
is
convinced his big buddy
Cyrille Regis is looking
down on him with a
beaming smile.
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BAGG MAN:
Moore outside
The Hawthorns
DARREN MOORE says
that anyone testing his
nice guy image could
be in for a shock.
The new West
Brom boss says
he’s not afraid to
get nasty if that’s
what’s required.
Moore said: “I’m
as competitive as
the next person.
“If I need to speak
to someone
whether that’s in a
scolding way or
friendly, I will do it in
® by DAVE ARMITAGE
the best interests of the
individual concerned.
“As a player I wanted to
win and I’m no different as
a head coach. Ask people
who I played with.”
He revealed he accepted
the job instantly and can’t
wait to get started in the
Championship in August.
Moore is one of only
three black bosses in the
top four divisions.
He said: “I am a role
model, yes. By me sitting
JF::<IC@E<J
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®
My humble champs
MANCHESTER CITY chairman
Khaldoon Al-Mubarak insists the club
won’t become big time Charlies.
Pep Guardiola’s men stormed to the
Premier League title following a record
breaking season and also landed the
League Cup for good measure.
But Al-Mubarak is determined that
everyone at the Etihad remains humble.
He said: “We (the owners) have a track
record. I think we’ve said and we’ve
done what we’ve said, and you see it in
every facet.
“From the first time we set foot in
Manchester, from the first commitment
to building the academy, from the first
commitment to supporting this
organisation and this team, to every
® by JEREMY CROSS
other project we’ve been involved in, I’d
like to think we’ve always been
consistent in not over-promising, and
always delivering.
“And then to maintain – and I think
this is one of the things that I hope we
are careful in maintaining, because
that’s a very important part of
Manchester City and this organisation.
“That every person involved with this
club maintains humbleness.
“We have to stay humble. This is a
humble team, the origins of this club is
always humble.
“I’d like to think the way we’ve acted
throughout this year has been humble.’’
here, it’s an inspiration to
all young British coaches
across the board and
hopefully it inspires them
right the way through from
grass roots football to the
professional game.
“If it also does that for
individuals then, yes, I’m
extremely proud.”
He is desperate to put
the Baggies back on track
after relegation and
added: “I think we just
drifted as a football club
and probably took our eye
off the ball”
Moore recalls the moment he fell
in love with football when his dad
called him in from a knockabout
under a railway tunnel in
Handsworth, Birmingham, where
he grew up.
“When I look back at the first
game I saw growing up, I was
playing cricket outside and my
dad called me in, I was about
nine or 10,” said Moore.
“He said, ‘I want to show you
something here, son.’ I said ‘What
is it?’.
“There was a game on the TV
and it was West Bromwich Albion,
and they had three black players at
the time.”
They were the legendary Three
Degrees – Regis, Laurie Cunningham and Brendan Batson – who
were blazing a trail with their
swashbuckling style of football.
“I just put the bat down and that
was it,” said Moore.
“My dad wanted to show me
that match because we were in the
West Indian community and he
was really proud.
“I thought the pitch was a stage
and there were 22 players on it
EVERTON midfield
star Gylfi Sigurdsson
is in Iceland’s World Cup
squad, despite not playing
since March with a knee
injury.
COVENTRY will
wear a one-off
strip in Monday’s
League Two play-off
final against Exeter
at Wembley after
running out of their
home kit.
ROCHDALE have
banned Oldham fan
Daniel Brennan for life
after he ran on to the
pitch to confront referee
Peter Bankes in April.
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®
CONFIDENCE: Al-Mubarek
SWANSEA have
spoken to former
Crystal Palace boss
Frank de Boer about
the vacant managerial
position with Jaap
Stam and Graham
Potter also in contention for the post.
CHELSEA keeper
Jamal Blackman, 24,
is eyeing a £2.5m move
to Sheffield United,
despite signing a new
three-year deal with
the Blues.
LEEDS want to
snap up Manchester City keeper Angus
Gunn, 22.
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43
BE SO HAPPY
I’VE GOT
POGBA NOT
SURE IF HE
THIS JOB
IS STAYING
ROUGH RIDE: Paul Pogba has struggled this season
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who were being worshipped by the
supporters – and I just said to my
dad, ‘I want to do that.’”
The 44-year-old who went on to
represent West Brom as a defender
beat off around 50 applicants to
land the job he did with such
distinction for the last six
games of the season.
He turned around what
looked like a lost cause
and, although Albion
still
went
down,
Moore oversaw wins
over
Manchester
United, Tottenham
and Newcastle as
well as a draw against
Liverpool.
It was a run which
landed him the April
Manager of the Month
award and convinced the
Albion power brokers that he
deserved a proper crack at it.
Chief executive Mark Jenkins
broke the news to Moore that he
was going to be offered the job
after returning from a trip to
China for talks with the club’s
owners.
Jenkins said: “Darren was head
and shoulders over the other
candidates. He is the right man
for the job. More than anything he
encapsulates everything we want
at this club.”
Jenkins confirmed Moore will
have the final say on any players
brought into the relegated outfit.
He added: “With regard to
transfers I can say that there will
definitely be no players brought in
without Darren saying ‘Yes.’
“There’s no point bringing
players here that Darren
doesn’t want.
“The club doesn’t have
to sell anyone either to
balance the books.”
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SUCCESSFUL
AUDITION: Moore
in his spell as West
Brom caretaker boss
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SPECIAL DAY:
Moore embraces
Jose Mourinho after
winning at Old Trafford
Chris could return
Barca plot Reo swoop
BARCELONA are planning
to move for Tottenham
wonderkid Reo Griffiths.
The Spanish giants are
aiming to give the north
Londoners a taste of their
own medicine – with Spurs
hoping to snatch 18-year-old
midfielder Ricard ‘Riqui’
Piug from the Nou Camp.
Barca can sign teenage goal
sensation Griffiths when he
turns 18 on June 27.
They would have to pay
Spurs compensation, but
nothing like the amount a
rival Premier League outfit
would be forced to fork out.
by
®EXCLUSIVE
DAVID WOODS
Academy hotshot Griffiths
has been dubbed the next
Harry Kane after some
staggering scoring exploits
this season.
Born in Highgate, north
London, Griffiths played for
Leyton Orient before joining
Spurs in July 2016.
This season he bagged 34
goals – 13 more than his
nearest rival.
Barca’s interest grew last
month when Griffiths netted
four and made three in a 9-0
thrashing of Arsenal. That
stunning win came six days
after he grabbed a goal as the
Spurs youngsters beat
Chelsea’s heralded Under-18s
3-0 – their first home defeat
for three years.
In February Griffiths netted
a hat-trick as Arsenal were
beaten 4-1 in a Under-18
Premier League Cup clash.
Barcelona’s interest is also
in response to Spurs’ pursuit
of their own starlet Puig.
He has reportedly decided
not to commit to the La Liga
champions and Spurs are
said to be close to an
agreement to sign him.
PAUL POGBA has refused to confirm if he will still be
at Manchester United next season.
The £90m France international has had a difficult
second season back at United following his return from
Juventus in 2016.
Pogba has been axed from the team on several
occasions, while boss Jose Mourinho has publicly
questioned his attitude and contribution to the club.
It has increased fears that he could leave United this
summer, with Paris StGermain keen on the ® by JEREMY CROSS
midfield misfit.
Asked if he would struggling to adapt to
remain at United, Pogba, Mourinho’s tactics.
25, said: “We are never
Sanchez has been a huge
sure of anything but let down since joining
contractually it’s a yes.
from Arsenal in January,
“I can never look far scoring three goals in 18
into the future. It also games while earning
depends how it goes with £500,000-a-week.
the club.”
He said: “I think that in
every game I’ve played in
Pitch
I’ve maybe found it hard
Pogba is known to have to adapt to the style of
a difficult relationship play and I’ve been getting
with
Mourinho,
but to know my team-mates.
insists the pair do not
“I believe we need to
have to get on to succeed improve in all aspects.
together.
“We need to be focused
He added: “There were and concentrated in the
times where I wasn’t big games and the same
playing, I was on the in the so-called lesser
bench. There was a lot of games too.
talk, people thought it
“That’s what the great
wasn’t working out.
sides do and I think
“But a coach and a United are a great side,
player don’t have to be so that’s what we need
best friends, we don’t to do.”
have to go to restaurants
United are also keeping
together.
close tabs on midfielder
“I had a few little Willian’s situation at
problems too, football is Chelsea.
sometimes all about the
The Brazilian, 29, is
mental side. He put me on keen to leave this summer
the bench and I gave my if Antonio Conte remains
response on the pitch.”
in charge and Mourinho
Meanwhile,
Alexis would be happy to take
Sanchez admits he is him to Old Trafford.
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HOT PROPERTY:
Barca are big
fans of Reo Griffiths
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SUNDERLAND’S new owner has revealed Chris
Coleman is in the frame to become the club’s
new manager – three weeks after he was fired.
Stewart Donald says Coleman is on the shortlist to
take charge of the side, who’ll be playing in League
One next season following back-to-back relegations.
Leicester coach Michael Appleton, Jack Ross of St
Mirren and former Sunderland midfielder Alex Rae
are all under consideration while Bolton boss Phil
Parkinson has also emerged as a candidate.
Donald said: “It wasn’t us who sacked him and I
won’t rule out talking to Chris. There hasn’t been
contact but we haven’t been able to do anything yet.”
The ex-Eastleigh owner struck a £40m deal to
take over the Black Cats after Ellis Short cleared
the club’s £125m debts – and the move was
approved by the English Football League on Friday.
Donald, who will be joined at the club by PR guru
Charlie Methven, added: “The p**s-take party stops
now. This club has become used to failure.”
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FOOTBALL
German Bundesliga relegation
play-off, 2nd leg: Kiel 0 Wolfsburg 1
(Wolfsburg won 4-1 on aggregate).
BASEBALL
Major League: Atlanta Braves 10
Miami Marlins 9, Boston Red Sox 5
Baltimore Orioles 0, Chicago White Sox
3 Texas Rangers 0, Cincinnati Reds 1
Chicago Cubs 6, Houston Astros 3
Cleveland Indians 1, Kansas City Royals
1 New York Yankees 10, LA Angels 5
Tampa Bay Rays 2, Minnesota Twins 3
Milwaukee Brewers 1, New York Mets 4
Arizona Diamondbacks 1, Pittsburgh
Pirates 5 San Diego Padres 8, San
Francisco Giants 9 Colorado Rockies 5,
Seattle Mariners 3 Detroit Tigers 2 (11
Innings), St Louis Cardinals 5
Philadelphia Phillies 1, Toronto Blue
Jays 2 Oakland Athletics 9, Washington
Nationals 2 Los Angeles Dodgers 7.
BASKETBALL
NBA Western Conference play-off
final: Golden State Warriors 126
Houston Rockets 85 (Golden State
Warriors lead series 2-1).
CRICKET
Royal London One-Day Cup –
Group B – The Ageas Bowl: Surrey
262-7 (Elgar 91) v Hants 227-6 (Rossouw
90). Hants won by 4 wkts (D/L Method).
GOLF
US PGA Tour – AT&T Byron Nelson
(Irving, Texas) – leading final totals
(US unless stated, par 71): 261 A Wise
65; 264 M Leishman (Aus) 68; 265 B
Grace (Rsa) 62, K Mitchell 63, J Spaun
63; 268 K Na 68, R Blaum 66, J Walker
67; 269 A Scott (Aus) 65, K Tway 67, C
Howell III 66; 270 B Gay 69; 271 E Tracy
67, R Sabbatini (Rsa) 66, M Jones
(Aus) 71; 272 J Dahmen 69, D Fathauer
69, H Matsuyama (Jpn) 66, R Knox
(Sco) 66, B Burgoon 68; 273 P Uihlein
69, R Garrigus 67, M Piller 70, B
Horschel 67, J Spieth 67; 274 J Poston
69, S Stefani 71, M Flores 69, P
McLachlin 66, T Duncan 68, A Lahiri
(Ind) 67; 275 B Hossler 64, N Lashley
64, S Piercy 71, G Ogilvy (Aus) 69, C
Gribble 69, F Gomez (Arg) 64, N
Lindheim 72, C Pan (Tai) 67, J Wagner
69, N Taylor (Can) 69.
ICE HOCKEY
NHL Western Conference play-off
final: Winnipeg 1 Vegas 2 (Vegas won
best-of-seven series 4-1).
MOTOR SPORT
FIA World Touring Car Cup rd4
(Zandvoort, Holland) – Race Two:
1 A Comte (Fra) Peugeot 26mins
47.210secs, 2 Y Ehrlacher (Fra) Honda
26:51.967, 3 J Thompson (Gbr) Honda
26:52.465. Race 3: 1 J Vernay (Fra)
Audi 26mins 56.904secs, 2 R Huff (Gbr)
Volkswagen 26:58.103, 3 F Vervisch
(Bel) Audi 26:59.969. Drivers’ standings:
1 Y Ehrlacher 146pts, 2 Y Muller (Fra)
137, 3 R Huff 130, 4 J Vernay 121.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: Belle Vue 43 King’s
Lynn 47, Leicester 51 Wolverhampton
39. Premiership KO Cup quarter-final,
1st leg: Swindon 59 Rye House 31.
National Trophy: Cradley 40 Coventry
49, Kent 44 Mildenhall 45.
TENNIS
French Open qualifying (Roland
Garros, Paris) – men’s 1st rd: J Clarke
(Gbr) bt R Ramanathan (Ind) 6-3 5-7 6-1.
ATP Open Parc Auvergne-RhoneAlpes (Lyon, France) – men’s 1st rd:
C Norrie (Gbr) bt J HernandezFernandez (Dom) 7-6 6-1.
TODAY’S DIARY
CRICKET
Royal London One-Day Cup –
Group B – Taunton: Somerset v
Sussex (11am).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Kohe-Love; 7 Osaka;
8 Garde; 9 Jaeger; 10 Stud; 12 Raka; 14
Langer; 17 Ashby; 18 Agogo; 19
Hildreth.
DOWN: 1 Keane; 2 Healey; 3 Luge;
4 Virat; 5 Joe Jordan; 6 Henderson; 11
Cabaye; 13 Kohli; 15 Gooch; 16 Byrd.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Murat Gassiev, 2 Alejandro Valverde,
3 Chris Dean, 4 Rahmat Shah, 5
London Bees.
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REAL GOOD NICK:
Gareth Bale warms
up to face Liverpool
against Villarreal last
weekend
BALE
TO
KOP
Giggs backs Gareth for
another final success
GARETH
BALE
will
brush off a season of
woe to seal a fourth
Champions League
title
with
Real
Madrid.
® by ALEX BYWATER
score that winner or to make a
difference.”
Bale is used to making a difference in
the final. He scored in Real’s 2014 triumph
against Atletico Madrid and again in the
penalty shootout victory in 2016 against
the same opposition.
But he had to settle for a late substitute
appearance on home soil in Cardiff last
season for the win over Juventus.
That’s the verdict of
two-time
European
champion and Bale’s
Wales boss, Ryan
Giggs.
Bale’s Madrid are
Potential
targeting a third
Should Bale collect a fourth winners’
straight
crown
medal, he will draw level with former
when they face
Liverpool and England full-back Phil
Liverpool in Kiev on
Neal as the most decorated Brit in the
Saturday night with the
competition.
Spanish giants favourites.
Giggs added: “For a Welsh player to
Boss Zinedine Zidane has left Bale, 28,
win four Champions Leagues would be
out for much of this season but he is
magnificent. I know a lot of players
back in the side and back in form at just
involved in the final. I know Cristiano
the right time with three goals in his last
two games and five from his
last four starts.
MAD FOR
And Giggs believes the
IT: Bale
Welsh wizard will prove to be
scores against
a key man again against the
Atletico Madrid
Kop outfit.
Giggs said: “Every time
in the 2014 final
Gareth plays he makes an
impact and it just shows
the professional he is
that
he’s
not
sulking.
“He’s one of the
best players in
the
world.
Every time he
comes on to
that pitch he
makes
a
difference.
“He will be
thinking if he
starts in the
final then great.
If he doesn’t
then I’m ready to
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, May 22, 2018
45
Emery’s
top Gun
FOUR-CE
BLOW
AWAY
From Back Page
after he spoke to another
former Gunner in Patrick
Vieira. And an Arsenal
source has revealed Vieira
was stunned at how little
say he would have about
transfer activity.
Despite the temptation of
starting his management
career at such a big club,
Arteta, 36, appears to have
backed off.
Having such little control
over recruitment was also
one of the key reasons why
Massimiliano Allegri
decided to stay at Juventus.
Chief executive Ivan
Gazidis, head of
recruitment Sven Mislintat
and head of football
relations Raul Sanllehi will
make all the big decisions.
An indication of their
power has been shown by
the fact that Arsenal are
set to sign Greek defender
Sokratis Papastathopoulos
from Borussia Dortmund,
Mislinatat’s former club.
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Basic
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BIG LIFT:
The first
of Bale’s final
wins and
(below) with
winners’ medal
two years later
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GREAT TEAM:
Wales boss
Ryan Giggs with
Bale in March
He will become the third
ex-Dortmund player at the
club after Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang and Henrikh
Mkhitaryan.
Emery speaks basic
English and his impending
arrival is not likely to
excite Gunners fans.
Arsenal could appease
them by bringing in a
big-name former player as
Emery’s assistant.
Gunners legend Thierry
Henry, accompanied by his
agent Darren Dein, met the
club’s hierarchy yesterday.
But Arsenal icon Ian
Wright already fears for
Emery and said: “He had
loads of money to spend at
Paris St-Germain.
“Now he has to come to
Arsenal with £50m with a
bunch of players who have
been playing in second
gear.
“His coaching ability will
have to get going instantly
and he will have to find
some gems instantly.”
Arsenal yesterday
confirmed that Santi
Cazorla is leaving the club
after six years. The
Spanish midfielder, 33, has
been sidelined for the last
19 months with an Achilles
injury.
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Ronaldo but then I know Danny Ward
and Ben Woodburn on the other side.
“Gareth always had potential but he’s
gone on to pass that potential by playing
at a top club for a long, long time and at
a team where brilliant players have
notoriously not lasted very long.
“That’s because of the way the club is.
He’s been a huge success for club and
country. He’s one of the best players to
play for his nation.”
Manchester United great Giggs was
still playing for Wales when Bale made
his international debut aged 16 in 2006.
Since then he has progressed from
Southampton to Tottenham and on to
Madrid where he became a true global
superstar.
And Giggs believes Bale is a worthy
rival to the likes of John Charles,
Gary Lineker, Kevin Keegan and David
Beckham – who all conquered the
game on foreign soil.
None of those stellar names achieved
the sort of success Bale has managed at
Madrid, and an 11th major honour with
the La Liga side could be just four days
away.
“Gareth has got to be one of the best
Brits to go and play abroad because of
what he has achieved,” said Giggs, the
most decorated footballer in British
history after a glittering career at
Old Trafford.
“Every time he comes on he seems
to score and he’s been doing that
recently.
“Again that’s a great credit to his
professionalism, his hunger – and his
desire to get in the team for the final.”
Ryan wants
Real to win
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SPOT OF
GLORY:
Bale scores in
2016 shootout
win over Atletico
RYAN GIGGS admits he wants Real
Madrid to beat Liverpool in the
Champions League final.
The Manchester United legend
hopes the Spanish giants can
seal a third straight European
crown at the expense e of his
former side’s biggest rivals.
“I shouldn’t say this, but I hope
Real win,” revealed the Wales boss.
“As a United fan and playing for
United for so long, Liverpool were
our main rivals and they were our
main rivals for a reason.
“They’ve got great history and
they’re a brilliant club.
“If you forget about the Liverpool
aspect for a second, for Gareth Bale
to win the Champions League four
times would be magnificent. It would
be an unbelievable achievement.
“It’s going to be a fantastic game
with two clubs who have brilliant
history in the European Cup
and the Champions League.
It’s going to be a fascinating tie.
“There will be a lot of quality on the
pitch, especially in the forward areas,
and I’m looking forward to watching
and seeing who comes out on top.”
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for Slav
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League, Fulham will try to
secure Jokanovic on a new
contract, with just a year
left on his current deal.
But their offer would
easily be dwarfed by what
the FA Cup winners can
offer.
Jokanovic is viewed as a
much-cheaper alternative
to former Barcelona boss
Luis Enrique, who wants a
salary of £500,000 a week,
and Maurizio Sarri, with
Napoli demanding £7m to
release him.
Meanwhile, Conte flew to
Italy yesterday for Andre
Pirlo’s star-studded
testimonial last night in
Milan.
He is expected to return
to London today for talks
with the Chelsea board.
Chelsea will have to pay
off the remaining year of
Conte’s £9m-a-year deal if
they want to part with him
and also agree terms with
his 10-strong Italian
backroom team, who will
also almost certainly all
depart with him.
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Jurgen in
brave call
CONFIDENT: Alexander-Arnold
TRENT IS
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TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD
is not losing sleep about facing
Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Liverpool full-back, 19, is set
for his biggest test yet when he
goes up against the Real Madrid
superstar in the Champions
League final in Kiev.
But Alexander-Arnold has
already endured his worst day
as a full-back – the first day he
ever played in the position for
Liverpool’s Under-23s against
Manchester City.
Liverpool’s second-string lost 3-0
back in 2016 with AlexanderArnold hooked after 75 minutes.
Now he will be hoping there is
no repeat on Saturday night.
He said: “It was one of the first
times I’d played right-back.
“I was up against an unbelievable team and an unbelievable
player in Brandon Barker.
“That’s probably one of the
hardest games I’ve had.
“It brings back bad memories
for me, but it’s those type of
games that help you learn.
“They are the ones that you learn
from the most. It’s not the good
ones, it’s the bad ones.
Better
“You make mistakes that you
want to learn from, that you
don’t want to happen again.
And that’s what I try to do.”
Two years later and he is now
playing in arguably the biggest
game in club football.
He added: “I’m not going to
argue, I would have taken that
back then. But obviously I’d have
said it was unlikely.
“I’ve worked hard for two years,
and even longer than that, to get to
this point and a lot more hard
work will go into keep developing
and hopefully keep getting better.”
Alexander-Arnold’s impressive
performances this season have
also earned him a place in
England’s World Cup squad
heading to Russia next month.
One of his stand-out displays was
against Manchester City in the
quarter-finals of the Champions
League. Pep Guardiola’s side
targeted the rookie but he stood up
to the challenge against Leroy Sane.
Pictures of him having the
City ace in his pocket went
viral on social media.
The Reds star added: “If you’re
seeing stuff like that, then you
know you’ve had a good game.”
Now he wants a Champions
League winners medal in his
pocket when he meets up with his
England team-mates next week.
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sense to be brave. It was not
easy to be brave against
Manchester City and against
Roma – but we did it.
“The moment we tried to
defend the result we were
almost out.”
Real are going for their third
Champions League triumph in a
row and their 13th overall.
In contrast, five-time winners
Liverpool have marched their
way to their first Champions
League final in 11 years.
Klopp said: “They are more
experienced, that is a fact. If
there is a market for experience
they should sell it because then
they would be even richer.
“Experience is very important
in life but it is not the only thing.
“You can level it with desire,
attitude, work-rate and that is
what I love in football. We made
our own experience.”
German midfielder Emre Can
handed Liverpool a boost
yesterday by coming through a
full training session at Anfield.
Can has been out since March
with a back problem but could
now feature on Saturday.
MO CAN
BE OUT
OF THIS
WORLD
® by CHRIS McKENNA
MOHAMED SALAH will be the
best player on the planet if
he inspires Liverpool to
Champions League glory.
That’s the verdict of team-mate Dejan
Lovren, who believes victory against
reigning European champions Real
Madrid will take Salah to a whole new
level.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi
have carved up the title of the world’s
best player between themselves for the
past decade.
But a shock win in Kiev on Saturday
would put 44-goal Salah in contention for
the Ballon D’Or, according to the Kop
central defender.
“I spoke to Mo about that,” said Lovren.
“It is still quite an early stage but if we
win definitely he is one of the
contenders.
“When you score 44, definitely. When
you look, Messi, Ronaldo, Mo Salah, he
deserves to be in the top three.”
Salah’s 44 goals means he is just three
shy of Ian Rush’s all-time club record
tally for a season with the decider in
Ukraine to come.
Prowess
“If he does break it then I hope it’s with
the winning goals in the Champions
League final – then I would be a happy
man,” said Rush.
But matching Rush’s prowess in front
of goal for one season does not mean he
has equalled the Kop icon just yet.
Of course leading Liverpool to a sixth
European Cup would etch his name
forever in the history of the club but to
be better than Rush, Salah must prove he
is not a one-season wonder.
Former captain and European
champion Steven Gerrard said: “Mo
deserves to be talked about with Ian
Rush in the same breath this season
but what you’ve got to remember is
Rush done it one year, the next year,
the next year.
“I’m really excited if he can hit these
numbers again. I think the numbers he
is hitting are unique. He is having the
season of a lifetime.
“I don’t want to say I doubt him but I’d
be surprised if he hit the same numbers
year in year out.”
The Egyptian ace will be targeted even
more by rivals next term, which will
make it harder to repeat this sensational
season that has seen him win an array of
personal awards –including the Premier
Lovren: Beating Real will prove he’s best
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Salah shows off his
Golden Boot award
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GARETH SOUTHGATE
yesterday got England’s
World Cup preparations
underway in earnest.
With 27 days to go until
England’s first group game
against Tunisia, Southgate
welcomed members of his
squad to their St George’s
Park training base.
But he was without seven
of the 23-man squad he will
take to Russia.
Marcus Rashford, Jesse
Lingard, Ashley Young,
Phil Jones and Gary Cahill
have been granted a week
off following Saturday’s
Wembley FA Cup final
between Manchester
United and Chelsea.
And Liverpool’s Jordan
Henderson and Trent
Alexander-Arnold were
also missing as they
prepare for Saturday’s
Champions League final
with Real Madrid in Kiev.
Keen
League’s Golden Boot as top scorer with
32 strikes.
“I have never seen someone so calm in
front of goal,” added Rangers manager
Gerrard in a documentary to be aired on
Channel 4 tonight.
“He almost doesn’t get excited in front
of goal, he nearly goes the other way.”
The fact Salah is even on the cusp of
such greatness is remarkable in itself.
Back home he is already a major hero
and will lead his country in the World
Cup next month.
Salah started out as a left-back as a kid
in Cairo before his talent was spotted by
Swiss side Basel in 2010.
Liverpool chased him in 2012 but he
ended up at Chelsea, which turned out
to be a miserable spell under Jose
Mourinho.
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank
Lampard says Salah struggled to
settle in an “intimidating” dressing
room at Stamford Bridge before he
left on loan to Fiorentina and then
Roma in 2015.
Last summer Liverpool finally got their
man in a £36.9m deal which raised a few
eyebrows among those who had not
watched him in Serie A.
“I had two great seasons in Rome,
everyone was telling me, ‘Don’t come
back’ but I said many times when I
left Chelsea it was always in my
mind to come back,” said Salah, 25.
Now everyone at Liverpool is
pleading with him to stay forever
after a season which not even the
most confident at Anfield could have
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KLOPP STAR:
Salah jokes with
boss Jurgen yesterday
Standby players Jake
Livermore and James
Tarkowski were there as
Southgate was keen for
them to be involved in the
group training session and
help make up the numbers.
Those that finished the
regular Premier League
season all returned to
England HQ following a
week’s break.
Southgate allowed the
likes of Harry Kane, Dele
Alli and John Stones to go
abroad with their families.
Those missing this week
will report for duty on
Monday before England
play a warm up games
against Nigeria at
Wembley the following
Saturday and Costa Rica at
Elland Road on June 7.
The Three Lions squad
will fly to Russia on June
12 and will be based in
Repino, about 40 minutes
drive from St Petersburg,
during the group stage.
England open their
Group G campaign against
Tunisia in Volgograd on
June 18. They then play
Panama and Belgium.
predicted. But with goals, awards and
records comes interest and the Spanish
media are already claiming Liverpool’s
weekend opponents Madrid will make a
move for him this summer.
“My thought is that he loves it here,”
said boss Jurgen Klopp. “I’m as sure as I
can be that he wants to stay here.”
‘Mo Salah: A Football Fairy Tale’ is
on Channel 4 at 10pm tonight.
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FINISHING TOUCHES:
Mohamed Salah trains
with Liverpool yesterday
Go for it roars Gerro
LIVERPOOL legend Steven
Gerrard has issued a rallying cry
to his former club ahead of the
Champions League final.
The last man to lift the European
Cup for the Reds believes the
current crop can add a sixth
Champions League crown to the
Anfield trophy room.
Gerrard inspired the Reds’
famous comeback win over AC
Milan in Istanbul in 2005.
And Gerrard, who recently took
over as Rangers boss, wants to see
his former side rule Europe again.
He said: “These players have an
opportunity to not just change
their careers but their lives in
general.
“They are the moments that you
dream of.
“My message to the players
would be: Go and grasp it, go and
® by CHRIS McKENNA
seize the moment you have worked
so hard for.
“Go and reward yourselves for
the journey you have taken this
club on.
“You’ve got to go in with the
belief and confidence – you have
come this far.
“You’ve got to handle the
responsibility of being a Liverpool
player and you’ve got to go and
deliver.
“You’ll get plaudits and praise
for getting where you are but not
many people remember it if you
don’t get over the line and deliver.
“I’m still really good friends with
ex-team-mates in that team that I
played with and I know what it
would mean for them. I just hope
they go and do it.”
Morata
is axed
® by TIM GRAY
CHELSEA striker Alvaro
Morata has been snubbed
by Spain for the World Cup.
He has paid the price for
a woeful second half of the
season where his form and
fitness nosedived.
Morata’s predecessor at
Stamford Bridge, Diego
Costa, has been selected by
Spain coach Julen
Lopetegui, who said:
“Morata had a complicated
end to the season and we
have opted for three other
players who have different
assets that can help up us.”
Chelsea team-mates Cesc
Fabregas and Marcos
Alonso have been omitted,
while Arsenal defender
Hector Bellerin also failed
to make the 23-man squad.
Roma midfielder Radja
Nainggolan, 28, has quit
international football after
being dumped by Belgium,
who are in England’s World
Cup Group.
There are 15 Premier
League-based stars in
Roberto Martinez’s initial
28-man squad, which will
be cut next month.
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FULHAM boss Slavisa Jokanovic has emerged as a
shock candidate to be Chelsea’s next manager.
The former Blues midfielder (left) is on the shortlist
to replace Antonio Conte, who is widely expected to
be axed after two years at the club.
Jokanovic, 49, spent two seasons at Chelsea from
2000, after joining from Deportivo de La Coruna in
a £1.7m deal.
He led Watford to the Premier League in 2015
before leaving after a contract dispute.
But it is his fine work at neighbours Fulham this
season that has really impressed the Stamford
Bridge hierarchy.
The Cottagers face Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final on Saturday after finishing third,
thanks to a barnstorming finish of just one defeat
in 24 games. If they clinch promotion to the Premier
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MANUEL PELLEGRINI will land the West Ham job –
armed with a £60m transfer war chest.
The Chilean (right) last night signed a £6m-a-year
deal with the Hammers until 2021.
Pellegrini, who won the Premier League title with
Manchester City in 2014, flew into London on
Sunday and the deal was sealed yesterday.
West Ham shunned David Moyes and turned to
Pellegrini, who was released from his contract at
Chinese Super League club Hebei China Fortune
at the weekend.
Pellegrini, 64, will have total control over transfers
and is expected to bring in Malaga’s Mario Husillas
as his new head of recruitment.
One of Pellegrini’s first signings is set to be
Chile midfielder Charles Aranguiz, who would
cost around £8m from Bundesliga side Bayer
Leverkusen.
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IN AND OUT: Unai
Emery is set to take
over as Arsenal boss as
Arsene Wenger (below)
waves goodbye for the
final time yesterday
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PLACE: Mo
Salah trains with
Liverpool yesterday
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UNAI EMERY will be named as
Arsenal’s new boss this week.
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The Spaniard will replace Arsene Wenger
after fellow countryman Mikel Arteta
pulled out of the running yesterday.
Favourite Arteta made a shock U-turn
due to concerns over the lack of power he
would have over transfers at his old club.
And that has opened the door to
Emery, who is out of work after being
axed by big-spending Paris St-Germain
last month.
Emery won the domestic treble in
France this term, but paid the price for
Champions League failures during his two
seasons in charge.
Previously Emery, 46, made his name
with Sevilla after leading them to three
successive Europa League triumphs
between 2014 and 2016.
With the job prospects of Manchester
City No.2 Arteta all but disappearing,
it’s believed Arsenal turned to Emery
as he is ready to take a back-seat over
transfers. Arteta’s doubts increased
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Klopp on the attack
JURGEN KLOPP has told
his Liverpool stars: Be
brave and bold against
Real Madrid.
The Reds take on the
Spanish giants in the
Champions League Final
on the back of scoring a
whopping 40 goals en
route to Kiev.
And Klopp believes the
attacking approach that
sunk Manchester City and
Roma in the last two
rounds could be enough to
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get the better of holders
Real on Saturday.
Liverpool boss Klopp
(right) said: “We have to
handle the game like an
opportunity because it is
an opportunity.
“You cannot go into a
football game knowing you
can lose it.
“We will show the players
why it makes so much
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