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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
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day, May 25, 2018
RST CHAT SINCE REVEALING HE?S QUIT SHOW
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DRAMATIC:
Pete Barton
(Anthony Quinlan)
gets hit with a bat
by Ross Barton
(Michael Parr), far
left, and he fights
with Cain Dingle
(Jeff Hordley), left.
Roger (Shaun
McGowan) decks
Pete, right. Bottom
of page, chatting to
Debbie Dingle
(Charley Webb).
Main picture,
Michael will leave
Emmerdale later
this year after five
years on the soap
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he end of the day I am not in this game to
keep everyone happy, I do this to tell a
reat story and to do it justice. We?ve
eally done that.?
Ofcom decided not to take any action
espite 366 complaints. But Mike defends
he show for tackling such a gritty storyine, saying: ?I don?t know what these
eople think a soap?s platform should be.
?On a soap we have a bigger
each than most TV dramas,
o of course we want to
ackle topical issues and
aise awareness. We?d
e mad not to when
ur viewing figures
re what they are.
?I read recently
hat a male suicide
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FURY:
Ross
wants revenge
after the acid
attack, which
was carried
out by drug
dealer Simon
McManus
charity had a 1,000% increase in calls
from people asking for help after the
Corrie storyline.
?I?ve seen that this is a serious problem
within the UK and I want to show people
the long-term affects. Reports show that
there are two acid attacks in the UK every
single day. And the results last for ever.
?From the research that I did there were
women in India saying that they
would rather be raped than to
be the victim of an acid attack. It?s devastating. People need to be informed
about this issue.?
Mike, who is now rumoured to be dating costar Isabel Hodgins who
plays Victoria Sugden,
admits he likes to switch off in his spare
time and definitely isn?t a bad-boy heartthrob in real life.
?I?m actually a bit of a nerd!? he laughs.
?People meet me and they think I am
going to be as cocksure and confident
as Ross, but I?m not.
Champagne
?I like to listen to podcasts, music and
spend time in the gym. I?m definitely not
popping bottles of champagne in nightclubs, I?ll leave that to Adam Thomas!
Ross is the heart-throb, not me!
?When I leave work I just want to switch
off and try not to dwell on it too much.
?Usually as soon as I leave the set I put
on some music in my car and head to the
gym. I?m really into my boxing so I like to
punch a bag to de-stress. I like my sport
and I?m into Thai Boxing as well. I go and
train with Quinny (Anthony Quinlan,
who plays on-screen brother Pete) but he
likes to get quite competitive!
?I try not to take my work home with
me but I do find the whole thing really
emotional. With a cancer storyline, for
example, we all know someone who has
been through it.?
Mike says he hopes his character
manages to find some redemption.
He admits: ?It would be nice to see him
get some kind of happy ending out of all
of this. I?m not sure that will be with
Debbie though.
?There?s far too much water under the
bridge now. He will never be able to
forgive Debbie for this.?
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
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IT?S SPACE SLICKNESS
SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (12A)
LIKE it?s world-weary hero,
Han Solo?s origins movie
has a troubled backstory.
With the production almost complete, emergency acting lessons
were ordered for its star Alden
Ehrenreich.
And original directors Phil Lord and
Christopher Miller were sacked and
replaced with veteran Ron Howard.
This solid spin-off will probably give
the Da Vinci Code director?s reputation a gentle boost.
It?s not a particularly exciting one,
mind you. In footballing terms, he?s
more Sam Allardyce than Jurgen
Klopp, but he?s managed to steady
the space ship and keep the tills ringing at the box office.
How you take to Howard?s trip to
a galaxy far, far, away will depend
on what you want from a Star Wars
adventure.
If you?re after slick action scenes,
spectacular effects and exhaustive
explanations for every reference to a
key character?s past, this will be the
blockbuster you?ve been looking for.
But if you enjoyed the way Rian
Johnson played fast and loose with
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the franchise in The Last Jedi,
you might feel a little underwhelmed by director Howard?s
route one approach.
We begin on the shipbuilding
planet of Corellia, where Han
is running scams for his
Fagin-like boss, a giant space
grub called Lady Proxima.
He later pals up with a wookiee called Chewbacca (Joonas
Suotamo) and talks his way into a gang
of outlaws led by pistol-twirling Beckett (Woody Harrelson).
It?s here that the origins movie
begins to morph into the cowboy heist
movie. After a thrilling train robbery
goes awry, the outlaws hit on a plan to
steal some raw space fuel and race to
a refinery before it explodes.
Ehrenreich?s performance serves
this plot well enough. As he?s all goofy
charm and bouncy enthusiasm, we
know something will happen to turn
him into the grumpy cynic we met in
the first Star Wars film.
But, you suspect, a more adventurous movie might have delivered a
few more surprises.
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EDIE (12A)
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LIKE Finding Your Feet, Quartet and
Marigold Hotel, this Brit flick introduces
us to a pensioner looking for a new
lease of life.
Edie (Sheila Hancock) refuses to go
quietly when her controlling husband
dies and her daughter packs her off to
a retirement home.
She decides to run away and fulfil an
old ambition ? to climb Mount Sullivan in
the Scottish Highlands. Luckily, when she
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THE latest animation
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Early Man is
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laugh-your-pants-off
funny (provided you
like your gags
shamelessly silly, that
is), just as we?ve come
to expect from the
guys behind Wallace
& Gromit, Chicken
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Voiced by stars
including Eddie
Redmayne (as plucky
caveman Dug), Tom
Hiddleston (Bronze Age
cad Lord Nooth),
Maisie Williams and
Timothy Spall, it finds
our Stone Age chums
and this cocky Bronze
Age lot seeking to
settle their differences
? and, most
importantly, decide
who gets to call the
valley their home ?
via a game of football.
A game that Dug?s
shambolic side will
surely wish he?d
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A sound piece of
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insurance salesman
Michael, neglects
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arrives at Inverness train station, the first
person she bumps into is a big-hearted
camping shop owner and climber called
Jonny (Kevin Guthrie).
After some persuasion, he agrees to
prepare her for the expedition. As director
Simon Hunter hits us with Rocky-style
training montages, an odd-couple
comedy begins to develop.
The dialogue can be heavy-handed and
the banter is a little weak. But a sprightly
performance from its 85-year-old star
ensures it peaks with a touching finale.
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SHOW DOGS (PG)
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MISS Congeniality gets
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A macho Rottweiler
police dog (voiced by
rapper Chris ?Ludacris? Bridges) is forced
to partner up with
human
FBI
agent
Frank (Will Arnett)
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Las Vegas dog show
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a front for trafficking
exotic animals. Parents
might find themselves
whimpering to be let
off the leash until a
French
dog
called
Philippe flounces in.
Stanley Tucci gives
a wonderfully camp
voice performance that
ought to make adults
sit up and stay.
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MIKE WARD?S SMALL SCREEN
early stage in this
exhilarating action
thriller, lured into
conversation by an
enigmatic fellow
passenger (Vera
Farmiga).
As a result, he finds
he?s taking on the
craziest of missions.
COCO (PG)
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THE latest Pixar movie
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form. It?s the story of
a 12-year-old Mexican
kid, Miguel ? a
talented, would-be
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unfortunately comes
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music has been
strictly banned, ever
since his great-great-
grandfather selfishly
walked out to pursue
his dream of stardom.
Miguel sets out on an
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ultimately finds him in
the Land Of The Dead
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on a journey which
may finally reveal the
full facts behind his
family?s curious past.
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(DVD)
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THIS excellent ITV
thriller stars Lee
Ingleby as David, jailed
seven years ago for the
murder of his wife but
now suddenly a free
man again. The
question is, did he do
it, as most people still
believe? And if he
didn?t, who did?
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investigations ever. Last in the series.
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Exploring properties in London. (R)
11.00 Neighbourhood Blues A man
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card stolen during a burglary. (W) (S)
11.45 Close Calls: On Camera
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12.15 Bargain Hunt Two teams
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Garden of Wales in Carmarthen. (AD)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
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1.45 Doctors Ayesha?s plans for a
girly day away are thwarted when
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unexpected in a customer?s loft. (AD)
2.15 The Doctor Blake
Mysteries Part two of two. (AD) (W)
3.15 Escape To The Country
Jules Hudson tries to help two sisters
who dream of escaping their urban
homes and moving to Devon. (AD) (R)
3.45 RHS Chelsea Flower Show
2018 Debbie McGee talks about
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4.30 Hardball Quiz show. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show in which
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points possible, presented by
Alexander Armstrong. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
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eastenders:
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her children
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were bought at carboot sales. (R) (W)
6.30 Ill Gotten Gains
Thames Valley Police believe �illion
has gone missing in a fraud. (R) (W)
7.15 Hardball Quiz show. (R) (W) (S)
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The experts head for North Wales,
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6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) (W)
6.30 Great British Railway
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wild
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Anita Rani
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Mountains,
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8.30 Lorraine Dwayne Johnson
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5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
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Dave and Laura work as a team
to take on ruthless quiz genius the
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US comedy, with Ray Romano. (R) (S)
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Kieran and Maryna look for their
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1.05 Posh Pawn A teenager
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watch to fund a business venture. (R)
2.10 Countdown Barry McGuigan
joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner.
3.00 A Place In The Sun:
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4.00 The �0k Drop Contestants
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cutting the electrics in The Hutch. (R)
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9.15 The Wright Stuff
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12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A teenage girl with a long history of
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1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
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Jade returns from her honeymoon
to discover her recently widowed
father has been seduced by the
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in her absence. The strange situation
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Thriller, starring Emmanuelle Vaugier.
5.00 5 News At 5 Headlines. (S)
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6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
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7.30 RHS Chelsea Flower
Show 2018 Sophie Raworth
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to uncover the hidden gems only
the locals know about in Italy.
7.30 Extreme Wales With
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Graham attempts to cover his
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tries reasoning. (AD) (W) (S)
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park in Wales. (AD) (W) (S)
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7.30 Unreported World
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Janeiro?s most violent favelas.
7.00 Cricket On 5
England v Pakistan. Action from
the second day of the first Test in
the two-match series, which took
place at Lord?s. The commentary
and analysis team includes
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Boycott. Followed by 5 News. (S)
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severe and he did not make it.
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8.00 RHS Chelsea Flower
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of gardens. The team are also
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and lively discussions from the
comfort of their own homes. (AD)
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10.00BBC News, Weather (W)
9.00 The Story Of Cliff
Richard The life and times of
the artist who has enjoyed more
number one hits than any other
British solo artist in chart history.
Heavily influenced by his hero
Elvis Presley in his younger years,
Cliff also starred in a string of
fun-loving cinema classics such
as The Young Ones and Summer
Holiday. Here, friends, colleagues
and journalists discuss his life. (S)
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PM
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10.00Frankie Boyle?s New
World Order The comedian
tackles the biggest issues
10.25Regional News, Weather
troubling the planet. (W) (S)
10.30Newsnight Analysis of
10.35The Graham Norton
the day?s events, presented by
Show Hollywood actors Chris
Evan Davis. (W) (S) Followed
Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and
by Weather. Forecasts. (W) (S)
Jeff Goldblum discuss starring
together in new big-screen
11.05Front Row Late
sequel Jurassic World: Fallen
Mary Beard and her guests
Kingdom with the host. (W) (S)
discuss gender-blind and
colour-blind casting. (W) (S)
11.25Would I Lie To You?
With Clara Amfo, Tom Davis
11.35FILM: The White
and Henning Wehn. (R) (W) (S)
Countess 2005 (PG)
A relationship develops between
11.55Young, Welsh And Pretty
a blind former American diplomat
Minted A 19-year-old making
and a Russian countess in exile.
money from people watching her
Period romantic drama, with
play computer games. (W) (S)
Ralph Fiennes. (W) (S)
12.25 FILM: Lucky Them 2013
(15) Comedy drama, starring
Toni Collette. (W) (S) Followed by
Weather For The Week Ahead.
(W) (S) 2.00-6.00 BBC News. The
latest national headlines. (W) (S)
1.40 Sign Zone: Grenfell: Who
Is To Blame? ? Panorama (R)
2.10 Britain?s Fat Fight With Hugh
Fearnley-Whittingstall (R) 3.10 Back
To School With Mum And Dad (R)
4.00-6.15 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
10.00ITV News, Weather (W)
10.00Friday Night Dinner
While clearing up the loft, Dad
finds his old, terrifying-looking
ventriloquist dummy Lord Luck.
10.30Regional News, Weather 10.30High & Dry Using a
telescopic lens on a salvaged
10.45The Keith & Paddy
camera, Douglas thinks he has
Picture Show Keith Lemon
found a nearby, inhabited island.
and Paddy McGuinness remake
11.00First Dates
Jurassic Park. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
Trainee accountant Ruth is a
carnival dancer in her spare
11.15Through The Keyhole
time and spent thousands on a
Craig Charles, Fearne Cotton and
Brazilian bum lift, but it has been
Dave Berry make up the panel
attracting the wrong kind of men.
as Keith Lemon tours properties
Her date, Michael, is looking for a
and challenges them to guess the
woman with perfect rhythm. (R)
identities of the homeowners. (R)
12.10 Change Your Tune
Baz Ashmawy hosts. (AD) (R) (W)
(S) 1.00 Jackpot247. Viewers are
offered the chance to participate
in live interactive gaming from the
comfort of their sofas. (W) 3.00 Take
On The Twisters (R) (W) (S) 3.506.00 ITV Nightscreen. Text service.
12.05 Alan Carr: Yap, Yap, Yap!
(R) 1.00 FILM: Apocalypto
2006 (18) Mel Gibson?s historical
adventure, starring Rudy
Youngblood. (W) 3.20 Humans (AD)
(R) (SL) (S) 4.15 Gok?s Fill Your
House For Free (AD) (R) (S) 5.10
Kirstie?s Vintage Gems (AD) (R) (S)
5.25-6.15 Fifteen To One (R) (S)
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10.30An Audience With
Cliff Richard Another Level,
Elaine Paige, Chicken Shed
and Vincenzo La Scola join the
evergreen singer on stage to sing
a selection of his greatest hits
before an audience of showbiz
friends, peers and admirers.
Cliff also joins forces with the
Capital Voices Choir to perform
The Millennium Prayer. (R) (S)
11.50Cruising With Jane
McDonald Travelogue. (R)
12.10 SuperCasino Viewers get the
chance to take part in live interactive
gaming, with a mix of roulette wheel
spins and lively chat. 3.10 Liberace:
In Life And Death (R) (S) 4.00 The
Last Hours Of George Best (R) 4.45
House Doctor (R) 5.10 Great Artists
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Make You Laugh Out Loud
8.25 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 According To Jim US sitcom.
9.40 According To Jim
The Chicago Bulls get a helping hand.
10.05 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
10.40 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
11.05 Generation Poverty Gap:
On Benefits Claimants from
across the generations, featuring
a 57-year-old former welder. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors
A police chase ends with a crash. (S)
1.05 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take
It Away! An agent is physically
assaulted by a debtor?s wife. (S)
2.05 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away! Officers head to the West
Midlands to recover �500 owed from
a debtor to his former girlfriend. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace US sitcom.
4.30 Will & Grace Hit comedy.
5.00 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
5.30 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Leo is disgruntled
when Chloe gives him a brush-off. (R)
6.30 Home And Away Ava seems
to be recovering until an incident
reveals post-traumatic stress. (AD) (S)
7.00 Police Interceptors Officers
track three men suspected of burgling
a number of plumbers? merchants.
8.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away! Matt and Garry have a job to
reclaim �600 for a car hire company.
9.00 FILM: The Equalizer 2014
(15) A retired secret agent applies his
talents to the task of helping victims
of injustice. When he witnesses a
prostitute being beaten up by a pimp,
he kills the man, an act that draws
him into a battle to the death with
a Russian crime syndicate. Action
thriller, starring Denzel Washington
and Chloe Grace Moretz. (AD) (S)
11.40 FILM: Alex Cross 2012 (15)
Crime thriller, starring Tyler Perry,
Matthew Fox and Jean Reno. (AD) (S)
1.45 My Mum?s Hotter Than Me!
(S) 2.45 Celebrity Sex Pod (S) 3.35
According To Jim 4.00 Teleshopping
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.05 Catch A Contractor
A Los Angeles couple who hired
contractors to baby-proof their home.
9.25 Longmire Walt judges a
beauty pageant on the reservation.
10.10 Law & Order Briscoe
investigates the death of a disabled
boy. Benjamin Bratt stars. (S)
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans Pride is
the target of a bomb at a marine corps
gala. Crime drama, with Scott Bakula.
12.05 Longmire A body is found that
could solve a 30-year-old mystery.
1.05 NCIS One of Tony?s old murder
investigations is reopened. (AD) (S)
2.00 NCIS DiNozzo learns he is in line
for an inheritance. Mark Harmon stars.
3.00 Law & Order The detectives
investigate the double murder of
a wealthy man and his daughter.
4.00 Law & Order A girl is killed
in a crime displaying all the hallmarks
of white supremacists who recruit
teenagers to carry out acts of
violence. Sam Waterston stars. (S)
5.00 FILM: Her Evil Twin 2014
(PG) Thriller, starring Sonya Walger.
6.50 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS Gibbs and his team
investigate the bizarre deaths of a
marine and two of his friends. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS A blogger who accused the
NCIS of a cover-up is found dead
and Gibbs and his team are forced to
reopen a closed case to find the killer.
9.00 Longmire Walt investigates
the murder of a farmer whose land
is a popular destination for treasure
hunters. Drama, starring Robert Taylor.
10.10 Grimm Renard orders Adalind
to seduce Hank using a love potion
concealed in some biscuits. (S)
11.10 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A prostitute is
murdered in the style of a scene from
a video game and the trail leads to
a pair of teenagers who claim to be
unable to distinguish between fantasy
and reality. Christopher Meloni stars.
12.05 NCIS (AD) (S) 1.05 CSI: NY (AD)
(S) 2.05 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 3.00 CSI:
Crime Scene Investigation (AD) (S)
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MIKE WARD
WHAT?S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
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THE BIGGEST WEEKEND: BBC Four,
From 7.30pm
I?M not sure how much cash
the BBC usually chucks at
its Glastonbury coverage each
summer, but I?m guessing the
money it?s saving this year ? what
with Glastonbury having one of
its years off ? is being thrown
instead at its own event,
THE BIGGEST WEEKEND.
Because, believe me, this thing is
massive, going out over four days
and spread across four locations
? namely, Belfast, Swansea, Perth
and Coventry ? with more than a
hundred acts performing.
And coverage-wise, well, it?s
everywhere ? kicking off with
almost four hours of stuff tonight
MIKE WARD?S
TELLY MOVIES
*****Don?t miss it ****Good ***Average
**Time filler *Garbage!
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which funnily enough they never
got back to me about?).
For hosts Anna Richardson and
Amar Latif, it?s all about offering
effective ideas that realistically fit
in with our lives, based on
the latest research.
ELSEWHERE, a guy who
knows all about reshaping
bodies, particularly if it involves
burying them, is tracked down by
Gary and Joe in CORONATION
STREET (7.30pm & 8.30pm, ITV).
Yep, they?ve finally twigged that
psycho Phelan is alive and well...
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4.20 Did You Hear About The
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
JUST JANE
Jealous of next
door?s sex play
JANE O?GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Of?ce
?irt just
uses me
Horrible
husband
a ?hater?
I?M being messed
around by a girl at
work. She treats me so
badly, but I can?t stop
going back to her.
One day she?s flirty
and fun, the next she
totally ignores me. She
treats me like dirt.
I take her out for
meals, I drive her
home from work and
give her money and
then she gets off with
someone else right in
front of me.
She likes to call me
her ?friend with
benefits? because we
sleep together ? if she
doesn?t have anything
better to do.
Other colleagues tell
me I?m crazy for
indulging her. They
say she?s self-obsessed
and deliberately cruel.
But I fancy her
more than anyone in
the world.
When I tell her that
she hurts me, she just
laughs. She thinks
that being a minx is
a badge of honour.
I?ve just heard she?s
going away for a dirty
weekend with a much
older, richer guy and
I?m devastated.
MY horrible estranged
husband says he hates me,
but won?t let me go.
I?ve consulted a lawyer
regarding a divorce, but
he?s making things difficult.
He has been verbally
abusive towards me for
years. He?s always telling
me I?m useless and he
hates me. Yet he?s furious
that I?m leaving.
He?s gone through every
tactic ? from pleading to
threatening ? in an effort to
make me stay.
Now he is at the nasty
stage. He?s threatening to
contact everyone we know
? from my parents to my
oldest friends ? to tell
them what a ?slag and old
tart? I am.
Unfortunately, I made the
mistake of sleeping with
my boss in 2016. It?s a
secret I have managed to
keep under wraps.
Now I?m terrified that my
furious husband is going to
expose me and ruin my life.
He knows just how to get
to me in order to make me
feel guilty and weak.
THE horny young couple
next door have made
me realise how poor my
sex life is.
I can?t help but hear them at
it, night after night.
We all live on a new estate and
we?re packed in. She?s a screamer
and he?s a talker.
When they make love, I suspect
that everyone within a five-mile
radius knows all about it.
The other night it was clear they
were making a sex film.
I could hear him directing her
and she was playing up for the
camera. I also have a feeling there
was another couple in there.
Picture posed by models
JANE SAYS: What would
you do if she asked you
to lie down in front
of a steamroller?
You have to wake up
and start seeing her for
the cruel operator she is.
She might have a pretty
face, but she obviously
has a very hard heart.
From taking advantage
of your generosity to
using you for sex, she?s
utterly shameless.
Stop allowing her to
make a fool of you.
Others can see that she
is piece of work, why
can?t you?
Surely this weekend
away with another man
has to be the final straw?
Unless you let her go,
she?ll hold you back and
mess you around until
you?re on your knees.
OUR LOVE
LIFE NOW
SO DULL
Pervert
My partner called me a pervert
for listening in, but I couldn?t
help myself.
They clearly like sex toys and
role-playing too because all of the
stuff that comes out of their
mouths is X-rated.
Their headboard bangs so hard
that I genuinely worry that they
are going to break though into
my bedroom.
When I see them in the street I
blush and look away, but they?re
as bold as brass and I envy them
their confidence and all their sexual freedom.
The problem is that my own
sex life now seems boring and
mundane in comparison.
Before they moved in I thought
that my partner and I were
doing just fine, but now after
hearing what the neighbours get
up to I feel short-changed and
really let down.
My bloke has complained that
I?m being unrealistic. He says it?s
IT?S A TURN-ON: Raunchy neighbours have made her question her own boring sex life
unreasonable of me to expect
different sex when we?ve been
plodding along together for such
a long time.
But I?m so sexed up most of the
time that I can?t help myself.
What my partner doesn?t know
is that I?ve ordered myself a sex
toy from the web and regularly
use it while fantasising about the
guys next door.
Have I lost the plot?
JANE SAYS: Of course you haven?t
lost the plot.
Lots of people ? both women
and men ? have personal sex toys
that they use in order to satisfy
and feel good about themselves.
Would your partner be interested
in playing with it alongside you?
That could be one way back to
more exciting times.
It sounds like your neighbours
have given your relationship a
kick up the backside.
If you and your partner have
become complacent and lazy in
bed then why not take your lead
from them? There is no age limit
on having fun.
You and your chap need to work
out what is best for you.
Talk away from the bedroom and
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Turn your man on
Turn your woman on
tell him you both need to ring the
changes. What about a few early
nights of your own or a romantic
night away somewhere?
If you?ve stopped making time
for each other and sex has fallen
off the list of your priorities, then
you need to stick it back on again
as fast as possible.
Relationships need to be cherished and nurtured.
I hate the idea of you resentfully
listening into neighbours having a
laugh while you could be fulfilling
your sexual potential too.
As the old saying goes, if you
can?t beat them, join them.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: Call his bluff
by telling him to go ahead
and say anything he likes,
because it really doesn?t
matter any longer.
Clearly he is a desperate
man who is now clutching
at straws. Having bullied
and hurt you for the
duration of your marriage,
he is trying every dirty trick
he can think of.
Tell him that you are
thinking of writing a few
emails of your own ? to
your lawyer and the police
? regarding his behaviour
towards you. How does he
like the idea of that?
Be strong and don?t allow
him to bring you down.
Once you are on your own
your life will start again.
You just have to
remember there is peace
and happiness on the other
side of this.
He doesn?t own or define
you and the sooner this
marriage is dissolved, the
sooner you will start to be
your old self again.
Outlawed by
my ?in-laws?
IT hurts me so much that my new partner?s parents refuse
to meet me. They?ve told him they view me as a gold-digger
and a homewrecker even though he divorced his wife six
years before we met.
I know where the mother works and wonder if I should
simply wait for her, go up and introduce myself. Is that a
good idea? My guy says not to push it because he knows
them best. How do I play this?
JANE SAYS: Calm down and just get on with your life with
dignity and poise. If your partner?s parents aren?t ready to
meet you yet, then don?t push it. Make it clear to your man
they?ll always be welcome, but you don?t beg anyone.
Hopefully, they?ll come round once they have seen how
decent you are and how happy you make their son. If they?re
still pining for his ex, then that?s really not your problem.
DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
DO YOU THINK I?M
NEGLECTING HER?
DAY 5
1
Lou has
been so weird
since the
other day?
2
3
DON?T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
March 21 to
April 20
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
DON?T be afraid to confess your feelings to
someone special. It?s better to know where you
stand than wonder what might have been. If you?re in a
relationship, take this opportunity to show your love and
affection. A thoughtful gift could do the trick.
YOU?LL get a rare opportunity to realise a
cherished dream. If your best friend or romantic partner has been urging you to get an advanced
degree, display your creative work or change jobs, go
for it. Help from unexpected sources will arrive.
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
GEMINI
A couple of days later
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May 22 to
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CANCER
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June 23 to
July 23
YOU don?t have to work for a big business
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ways. Doing what you love is the key to a rewarding
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DON?T be afraid to lean into love. If you?ve been
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has shown themselves to be trustworthy. They could be
from a different climate, country or creed.
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Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
LEO
789 3803**
July 24 to
August 23
VIRGO
789 3804**
August 24 to
September 23
THERE?S never been a better time to establish
financial security. Put a down payment on a
home or car. Add money to a retirement account. Take out
an insurance policy. If you lack funds to make the first payment, don?t worry. A relative will help.
WORKING with a demanding professional
will make you happy. You?ll enjoy trying to
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you?re willing to dig deep to find elusive answers. If
this means spending long hours researching, so be it.
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789 3806**
I can?t do
anything
right now
Ellie decides to cut short her run
She?s out
again?I?ll have a
shower and wait
for her
LIBRA
4
But when she opens her bedroom door?
What
the hell!
CONCLUDES TOMORROW
September 24
to October 23
YOU could be paid handsomely for your
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SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23 to
Dec 21
SCORPIO
October 24 to
November 22
FILL your time with people and activities you
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this means restoring antiques or spending time with someone special, you should do it.
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CAPRICORN
789 3808**
December 22
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A NEW living situation is on the way. You could
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addition to your household or mend fences with a relative.
Whatever the changes ahead, they will be good for you. Be
open to shaking things up.
THIS is a wonderful time to sign a contract
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You have a lot more power than you realise. You?ll get
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January 21 to
February 19
PISCES
AQUARIUS
FRI
41
789 3810**
February 20
to March 20
MAKING money by doing work you love is a
real possibility. It?s a matter of having faith in
your creative abilities. Stop trying to model yourself on
a person who has a conventional job. You?ll fare much
better working in an unorthodox atmosphere.
INSTEAD of telling yourself that someday you?ll
be able to travel to a dream destination, behave
as if you?re already going. Pack a bag, update your passport and create an itinerary. Going through the motions of
taking a trip will almost make it happen.
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
GIVE US
A STEER
PARKERS
CAR GUIDE
Your motoring questions
answered by the experts
Q
www.parkers.co.uk
I?M looking to buy
a lightly used automatic supermini for my
daughter?s 18th birthday. She?s keen to avoid
cars with less than 90hp
as she will be doing lots
of motorway driving.
What are my options?
An obvious choice is a
VW Polo, providing
an upmarket image. A 2018
90hp 1.2-litre TSI Match
Edition with a year?s warranty and two year?s free
servicing is �,999.
It should be reliable,
cheap to run with 66mpg,
and perfect for a first driver. It?s done 3,140 miles.
Next up is a sporty 2017
Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo
edition with smart black
alloys. Powered by a 110hp
1.2-litre petrol engine, it
should be good for 60mpg.
With a year?s warranty and
10,000 miles, it?s �,499.
With 100hp, it?s capable
of 57mpg and should be an
excellent motorway car.
Finally, we have found a
high-spec 2017 Ford Fiesta
1.0-litre Ecoboost Titanium
X with a vast swathe of
standard kit ? including
heated seats, keyless start,
rear parking sensors and
cruise control ? on sale for
exactly �,000.
Mileage is 12,589 with a
one-year warranty.
A
Motormouth
with GEORGE FOWLER george.fowler@dailystar.co.uk
15 ways to dazzle
your quiz pals
I DON?T know why, but LeaseCar has come up with
a quiz list called 15 Bits Of Road-Based Trivia You
Probably Didn?t Know. Here they are:
1 The UK?s oldest road, at 5,000 years, is the Ridgeway from Wiltshire to Berkshire.
2 The world?s first tarmac road was built in 1902 in
Nottingham. It?s now Radcliffe Road.
3 The worst-ever traffic jam to date stretched 40
miles on the M1 on April 5, 1985.
4 The 9,000-mile Highway 1 in Australia is the longest road in the world.
5 Most dangerous road is the North Yungus in
Bolivia, killing about 300 drivers a year.
6 The UK Highway Code is 87 years old this year.
7 Britain?s first motorway, the M6 Preston Bypass,
opened in 1958.
8 Bridget Driscoll, 44, of Croydon, was the first UK
pedestrian killed by a car in 1896.
9 When the M1 opened in 1959, it
had no speed limit, crash barriers,
central reservation or lighting.
10 Potholes account for a third of
mechanical problems in Britain.
11 Last year the UK driving test had
Mercedes Benz S 350d L.
a 47% pass rate.
PRICE (on the road): �,505.
12 Our total road length is 245,400
Range to �9,227.
miles. It?s 238,855 miles to the moon.
13 The UK has the most congested
ENGINE: 2,925cc, all alloy,
roads in Europe.
24-valve, common rail high
14 In 2014 a Bath businessman built
pressure diesel with twin stage
his own toll road to avoid delays.
turbo and variable cam timing
15 You can fail your test in Japan
(286hp, 600Nm/444lb torque
before you get in your car ? by not
from 1,200rpm)
checking underneath for cats.
FACT FILE
OWN A SHARE
IN A RACEHORSE
The cost is only � (including VAT) for one share (0.033% of the horse). The
price includes regular updates, a monthly magazine, a share of any prize money
won, stable visits, the chance to apply for owners' badges, and more.
This superb deal has been made possible by a group of people coming together
to share the costs of ownership. It's a wonderful gift to give someone interested
in horse racing or you can treat yourself.
The current horse being syndicated is named ?In The Cove?, a two-year-old bay
colt, in training with Richard Hannon. In The Cove is a very good-looking son
of Footstepsinthesand and impressed with his easy movement and excellent
attitude at the Doncaster Breeze Up Sales. This two-year-old colt is out of a
winning mare and is a half-brother to three winners, including the Listed-placed
Venturous Spirit.
The syndicate period lasts until 1 May 2019. You can buy any quantity of shares
from 1 to 300 (10%).
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There are no other requests for payment, regardless of any costs incurred by Owners Group.
Any race prize money won by the horse or proceeds from the sale of the horse are divided equally
in accordance with the number of shares owned.
Terms & conditions and the Owners Group privacy policy can be found at www.ownersgroup.co.uk
or by mail at Owners Group, PO Box 100, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4TE.
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
IMAGE RATING
REAR MIRROR MONSTER: New grille
features flat, thick, central strip of piano
black bars which have the
unfortunate effect of making the new
S-Class look more like a truck rather than
the limo it is. Still scary, though.
BACKSIDE BEAUTY: Twin foot-wide
exhausts on each side combine with
gorgeous striped light clusters to
send the perfect message of power
and beauty. Gorgeous.
PLAYTIME PLEASER: Touch
screen sat nav, adaptive cruise
control, trip computer, twin
zone climate control, keyless
entry and start, rear parking
sensors with camera, electric
boot lid, electric heated door
mirrors, heated and cooled
electric leather seats, suck
?
HUGELY REWARDING:
The S-Class L (for
long) is a palace on wheels
THE millionaires and super-wealthy
of this world don?t get ridiculously
rich by giving away money.
Far from it. They extract their loot from
mugs like you and me, then worship it so
much they hate to part with any of it.
Fair enough, they ease their consciences by
giving cash to charities, but they spoil that
by flaunting their wealth on cars which would
be better fitted with a horn that shouts: ?Get out
of my way, pauper,? rather than a normal one.
That explains why these show-offs are usually
seen in the back of first-class suites such as a
Rolls-Royce or Bentley rather than something as
common as muck as a Mercedes.
Special
To be honest, it doesn?t make sense. When you
reach the stage where you?re watching every billion, why spend ridiculous sums on a super-limo
when it?s possible that for a lot less cash you
could actually end up in the world?s best car?
I?ve just spent a week driving around in a vast
shut doors, electric steering wheel
adjustment, DAB stereo with Bluetooth,
four USB, SD, SIM, Apple Car Play and
Android Auto.
NAUGHTY NIGGLES: Awkward to reach
front door pockets that
disappear below armrest so you can?t tell
what?s in them.
TASTY TOUCHES: Airline style fold-out
trays in the rear centre armrest console
turn the rear into an office.
FAST OR LAST: Astonishingly quick and
silent making speeding too easy.
WONGA WONDER: Add the extras and
you can turn it into a genuine world
beater. Great value.
WOULD CHANTELLE LIKE IT?
Chantelle would hate to drive it, but love
to be a passenger.
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WHY YOU WILL LONG
FOR MAGICAL MERC
Mercedes S-Class L. The letter L is German for
Lang, which in English translates to Long. Oh
you?d guessed that, clever clogs. Still, it makes
your massive Merc just that bit extra special.
For starters it adds an extra four inches (10cm)
of leg room for rear seat passengers, and in turn
increases the normal 16ft 8in length of an S-Class
to a mighty 17ft 3in.
Believe me, that?s long. It?s never going to fit
into a parking bay, but it doesn?t matter because
you don?t get a chauffeur to do your shopping.
That?s a job for the housekeeper.
Just opening the rear doors to an S-Class L
results in gasps of astonishment from people
who see it. It?s like an Aladdin?s cave of luxury
trimmed in two-tone leather, black wood and
carpets stolen from a palace.
Needless to say the S-Class L that Mercedes
loaned to me wasn?t expensive enough, at �,000,
so Merc had fitted it with a few extras that took
the finished object to �0,000.
Comfort
If I can explain one little extra, you?ll see why
the S-Class L fell into the ?world?s best car? category. For a piddling �695 you get a Premium
Plus package that includes something called
Energising Comfort. This system controls the
car?s heated and ventilated seats, the overall
heating system, including ?wall heating? (I suppose that?s the one that comes from the doors),
the S-Class?s fantastic all-round blue lighting
strips, massage and fragrancing functions and
even the car?s music ?atmospheres? to allow
users to ?configure a specific wellness set-up to
suit their mood or need?.
Choose from just the five settings, which are:
Freshness, Warmth, Vitality, Joy, Comfort and
Training (for the body). I?ve concentrated on this
new system to show just how pampering and
luxurious the S-Class can be.
For normal people like me, who actually had to
drive the thing, I couldn?t believe the quality of
its spaceship-sized dashboard, the speed and
silence of its least powerful engine, a 3.0-litre
diesel, or how ridiculously fuel efficient it was.
Averaging 50mpg in a car weighing 2,050kg is
quite amazing.
That?s just a tiny part of the new S-Class.
If you want to know more about the 100 different electric motors in the car, send an office
junior to the dealers.
THE NEW FIESTA
IS REAL RELEASE
I?M not a fan of stodgy press
releases and no wonder, because
the one I recently got from Ford
left me totally confused.
Last week the firm launched
new hot hatch the Fiesta ST and
there were the usual over-the-top
claims about how it?s the ?ultimate fun-to-drive Fiesta experience ever? and more sound bites
such as ?the most responsive,
rewarding and engaging? Fiesta.
Strangely, though, on top of
the usual claptrap, Ford?s press
release gave no mention of prices, nothing about when it goes on
sale and nothing about model
choices. Weird.
Ford did say that the next generation Fiesta ST has an all alloy
200hp, three-cylinder engine that
?enables? (how quaint) a 0-62mph
?acceleration? of 6.5s and a top
speed of 144mph, but the release
was so weird it could have been
written in the 1940s.
So, instead of ploughing all
through its billion boring words
of ancient hype, I turned to
Ford?s official web site to discover
that the new ST is on sale now.
Fancy
Unusually, it?s got a three cylinder, 1.5-litre turbo, it comes in
three different models, ST-1, 2
and 3 and starts at �,995.
That will get you a DAB radio,
air-con and 17-inch alloys. The
�,995 ST-2 adds fancy machinedrilled alloys, heated seats, rear
privacy glass and a centre con-
sole. Top spec ST-3 models
feature folding door mirrors,
climate and cruise control,
keyless entry and start, 18-inch
alloys, heated seats and even a
heated steering wheel.
So what else do you need to
know? Back to the press release
for that.
Its ?Selectable Drive Modes?
shift the ST?s character from flexible everyday hatchback to trackfocused sports car at the push of
a button.
?Hot hatch drivers are expecting big things from this small car.
With a throaty three-cylinder
soundtrack that will speak to
petrol-heads whatever their language it sets a new standard for
driving fun.? Uugh.
THE stress of
?
modern driving
leads to 25% of couples
having rows in their car.
Main causes of bust-ups
include money, family,
children and household
chores, shows a study
by Carwow.
The study concludes
that traffic jams,
inconsiderate driving
and roadworks are the
biggest triggers of what
Carwow describes as
?carguments?.
LIVE in Sheffield?
Then you?ve
probably got a dashcam
fitted to your car. A
survey by car dealers
Peter Vardy shows that
one in 10 UK cars now
has a dash cam and the
number is increasing.
Commonest cities to
use dashcams are
Sheffield, Glasgow,
London, Cardiff and
Manchester.
Cities which like them
least are Birmingham,
Liverpool, Newcastle,
Southampton and
Norwich.
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SMART: New
ST is great
from all angles
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Clue: Robber outfit in a musical group.
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1Unpleasant royal in house, free
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4Whitening substance left in
sandy area (6)
7Gang leader beside tree with
deep cut (4)
8General out with Democrat
being blown up (8)
9Romans confused about a
rower (7)
12Primate in cheap
entertainment (3)
14Passionate eccentric ranted
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15Interrogates cooks (6)
16Man with staff (3)
18Quiet wanderer initially
believing saying (7)
22Disregard deduction (8)
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2Having reacted, eccentric
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3Outfit for doctor on Eastern
ship (5)
4A slab picked up from wood
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5Listener left with nobleman (4)
6Unusual peach low in price (5)
10Period preceding event
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11Norwegian in minor sect (5)
12Terrible liar, Betty, getting free
(2,7)
13With energy, a stricter Oriental
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17From son I once concealed
pungent bulb (5)
19Set of drinks for stage of
competition (5)
20Essential ? Valerie included it
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21Repetition in the chorus (4)
QUICK CLUES
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1Unpleasant (6)
4Whitening substance (6)
7Slash (4)
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Jumped up, 5 Mien, 8 Cent, 9 Nightjar, 10 Parsley, 12 Agree,
13 Toffee, 15 Sodden, 17 Bucks, 18 Peasant, 22 Raincoat, 23 Jimi, 24 Nine,
25 Brawling.
DOWN: 1 Jackpot, 2 Minor, 3 Dunce, 4 Page, 6 Injured, 7 Nerve, 11 Leers,
12 Aroma, 14 Faction, 16 Nothing, 17 Baron, 19 Extra, 20 Alibi, 21 Boob.
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Itemised, Bran, Nimbus, Devoid, Mend, Prolific,
Pursuit, Thumb, Silly, Crystal.
Down: Fission, Mopes, Raise, Mineral,
Applique, Jury, Dogged, Erotic, Blab, Zealotry,
Embargo, Fount, Toxin, Decibel (clue).
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empty (6)
25Solicitor, 50, incredibly weary
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9Rower (7)
12Primate (3)
14Passionate (6)
15Cooks (6)
16Stick (3)
18Saying (7)
22Deduction (8)
23Grain husks (4)
24Unburden (6)
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10Preliminary period (3-2)
11Norwegian (5)
12Free (2,7)
13Oriental (9)
17Pungent bulb (5)
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START WITH HORSE RACING
YESTERDAY?S RESULTS AND PRICES
CATTERICK
1.50: 1, SECOND GENERATION (P
Mulrennan 9-2); 2, Stage Play (2-1); 3,
Diviner (5-4 fav). 6l, 31/4l. 10 ran. J
Tate. Tote: �40; pl �10, �20, �10.
Exacta: �.60. Trifecta: �.70. CSF:
�.66. NR: Klass Action, Sekoya.
2.25: 1, BIBBIDIBOBBIDIBOO (J
Fanning 5-2); 2, Sienna Says (10-3); 3,
Ce De Nullis (4-1). 2-1 fav Duba
Plains. 2l, 2l. 6 ran. Mrs A Duffield.
Tote: �70; pl �20, �50. Exacta:
�20. Trifecta: �.90. CSF: �.21.
NR: Letmestopyouthere.
3.00: 1, ROSE MARMARA (C
Hardie 12-1); 2, Geoff Potts (5-2 fav);
3, Windforpower (40-1). 2l, ns. 9 ran. B
Rothwell. Tote: �.50; pl �30, �30,
�80. Exacta: �.20. Tricast:
�46.88. Trifecta: �5.20. CSF:
�.97.
3.35: 1, ARTHENIA (P Hanagan
15-2); 2, Braemar (5-2); 3, Neverbeen
To Paris (5-4 fav). nk, 1/2l. 9 ran. C
Hills. Tote: �10; pl �80, �10,
�30. Exacta: �.10. Tricast: �.80.
Trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.60. NR:
Queen Adelaide.
4.10: 1, REQUINTO DAWN (P
Hanagan 2-1 fav); 2, Excellently
Poised (4-1); 3, Becker (7-2). 3/4l, 1/2l. 5
ran. R Fahey. Tote: �60; pl �10,
�10. Exacta: �70. Trifecta: �.50.
CSF: �91. NR: Bobby?s Charm.
4.45: 1, BALESTRA (J Hart 11-2);
2, Mudawwan (5-2); 3, Giant?s Treasure
(8-15 fav). 11/2l, 1l. 5 ran. T Easterby.
Tote: �30; pl �30, �10. Exacta:
�.70. Trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.48.
5.20: 1, KINGSTREET LADY (Jane
Elliott 4-1); 2, First Excel (11-1); 3,
Little Miss Lola (7-1). 3-1 fav Culloden.
11/2l, 21/4l. 12 ran. Mrs R Carr. Tote:
�40; pl �20, �80, �80. Exacta:
�.30. Tricast: �0.56. Trifecta:
�0.70. CSF: �.08. NR: Grandad
Chunk, Roman Times.
QUADPOT: �.90
PLACEPOT: �.50
GOODWOOD
1.30: 1, MUTAWAFFER (J Crowley
5-4 fav); 2, Shaybani (33-1); 3, Li Kui
(4-1). 21/4l, 23/4l. 11 ran. C Hills. Tote:
�00; pl �10, �90, �80. Exacta:
�.20. Trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.88.
NR: Memento.
2.00: 1, LOVE DREAMS (P J
McDonald 9-4 fav); 2, Charles Molson
(8-1); 3, Swift Approval (10-1). 21/4l,
31/2l. 8 ran. M Johnston. Tote: �10; pl
�50, �80, �60. Exacta: �.40.
Tricast: �7.49. Trifecta: �7.70.
CSF: �.99. NR: Mostahel, Take The
Helm.
2.35: 1, CANBERRA CLIFFS (J
Watson 9-1); 2, Lady Bergamot (5-2
fav); 3, Twenty Times (12-1). nk, 1/2l. 7
ran. G L Moore. Tote: �90; pl �60,
�90. Exacta: �.60. Tricast: �3.16.
Trifecta: �1.50. CSF: �.15. NR:
Lorelina.
3.10: 1, SING OUT LOUD (J
Crowley 9-2); 2, Legal History (20-1);
3, Soldiers Bay (10-1). 11-4 fav Rich
Identity. 1l, 2l. 9 ran. G L Moore. Tote:
�70; pl �00, �70, �60. Exacta:
�.10. Tricast: �3.38. Trifecta:
�2.00. CSF: �.51. NR: Martineo.
3.45: 1, MAGNOLIA SPRINGS (C
Bishop 11-4); 2, Shaherezada (4-1); 3,
Herecomesthesun (5-1). 2-1 fav
Derrymore. 23/4l, 11/4l. 6 ran. Eve
J-Houghton. Tote: �50; pl �10,
�10. Exacta: �.50. Trifecta: �.20.
CSF: �.87. NR: Mrs Sippy.
4.20: 1, HEART OF GRACE (James
Doyle 9-1); 2, Anasheed (7-2); 3,
Bayshore Freeway (3-1). 7-4 fav
Romantic Talk. nk, 21/2l. 10 ran. W
Haggas. Tote: �60; pl �80, �40,
�70. Exacta: �.30. Trifecta:
�2.90. CSF: �.87.
4.55: 1, GATHER (P Dobbs 6-1); 2,
Sacred Path (13-8 fav); 3, Leigh?s Law
(16-1). 1l, nk. 8 ran. Mrs A Perrett.
Tote: �20; pl �00, �20, �10.
Exacta: �.40. Trifecta: �0.50. CSF:
�.61. NR: Hulcote.
5.30: 1, OEIL DE TIGRE (Sophie
Ralston 2-1 fav); 2, Pour La Victoire
(6-1); 3, Kinglami (12-1). 11/4l, 11/4l. 8
ran. A Carroll. Tote: �00; pl �40,
�80, �40. Exacta: �.30. Tricast:
45
�4.26. Trifecta: �.10. CSF: �.38.
NR: Sea Shack.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
�,795.35 carried over.
QUADPOT: �.60
PLACEPOT: �6.30
LINGFIELD
1.10: 1, SCOTTISH GLEN (H
Crouch 5-1); 2, Cricklewood Green
(13-2); 3, Bond Street Beau (5-2). 11-8
fav Mr Bossy Boots. nk, 13/4l. 7 ran. P
Chamings. Tote: �40; pl �70, �90.
Exacta: �.70. Trifecta: �.50. CSF:
�.51. NR: Philba.
1.40: 1, CROSSING THE LINE (D
Probert 2-1); 2, Space Talk (20-1); 3,
Kaser (8-13 fav). 1/2l, 2l. 9 ran. A
Balding. Tote: �10; pl �10, �20,
�10. Exacta: �.40. Trifecta: �.00.
CSF: �.30. NR: Tamkeen, Your
Band.
2.15: 1, THE LACEMAKER (S De
Sousa 11-4); 2, Roys Dream (11-2); 3,
Whitecrest
(11-2).
9-4
fav
Mooroverthebridge. 1/2l, 11/4l. 7 ran. C
Dwyer. Tote: �60; pl �00, �10.
Exacta: �.20. Tricast: �.92.
Trifecta: �.40. CSF: �.27. NR:
Violet?s Lads.
2.50: 1, BELLEVARDE (David
Egan 7-2 jtfav); 2, Roundabout Magic
(6-1); 3, Entertaining Ben (33-1). 7-2
jtfav A Sure Welcome. 1/2l, 1/2l. 11 ran.
R J Price. Tote: �10; pl �60,
�40, �50. Exacta: �.90. Tricast:
�5.60. Trifecta: �49.10. CSF:
�.80.
3.25: 1, THE SECRETS OUT (S De
Sousa 3-1); 2, Gravity Wave (11-4 fav);
3, Innoko (3-1). 21/4l, 33/4l. 7 ran. L
Dace. Tote: �10; pl �20, �90.
Exacta: �.90. Tricast: �.78.
Trifecta: �.00. CSF: �.79. NR:
Southfields.
4.00: 1, HOLLYWOOD ROAD (H
Crouch 11-2); 2, Regicide (8-1); 3,
Maori Bob (10-3). 7-4 fav Rainbow
Rebel. nk, 21/4l. 8 ran. G L Moore. Tote:
�20; pl �90, �20, �30. Exacta:
�.30. Tricast: �0.21. Trifecta:
�9.00. CSF: �.49.
4.35: 1, JACKBLACK (C Shepherd
4-1); 2, Ochos Rios (7-2 fav); 3, Mount
Cleshar (10-1). 31/2l, shd. 10 ran. B
Johnson. Tote: �10; pl �00, �60,
�60. Exacta: �.80. Tricast: �2.35.
Trifecta: �1.20. CSF: �.77.
5.10: 1, HATSAWAY (P Bradley 6-4
fav); 2, All About The Pace (15-2); 3,
Bumble Bay (9-1). 6l, 11/4l. 8 ran. P
Phelan. Tote: �40; pl �20, �20,
�80. Exacta: �.30. Tricast: �.32.
Trifecta: �8.00. CSF: �.43. NR:
Pour L?Amour.
QUADPOT: �.00
PLACEPOT: �8.80
SANDOWN
6.00: 1, WHAT A WELCOME (J
Haynes 15-8 fav); 2, Stormingin (9-2);
3, Zambeasy (10-1). 21/2l, 3/4l. 15 ran. P
Chamings. Tote: �60; pl �30, �60,
�00. Exacta: �.70. Tricast: �.91.
Trifecta: �.50. CSF: �39.
6.35: 1, VINTAGE BRUT (D Allan
7-2 jtfav); 2, Sabre (8-1); 3, Konchek
(9-2). 7-2 jtfav Blown By Wind. nk, hd.
9 ran. T Easterby. Tote: �00; pl �20,
�00, �80. Exacta: �.20. Trifecta:
�8.00. CSF: �.62.
7.05: 1, WITHOUT PAROLE (L
Dettori 4-6 fav); 2, Gabr (7-1); 3,
Vintager (12-1). 3/4l, 11/4l. 9 ran. J
Gosden. Tote: �40; pl �10, �60,
�60. Exacta: �70. Trifecta: �.00.
CSF: �22.
7.35: 1, MAGIC CIRCLE (Fran
Berry 11-2); 2, Red Verdon (20-1); 3,
Weekender (9-4 fav). 6l, 1/2l. 8 ran. I
Williams. Tote: �00; pl �20, �00,
�20. Exacta: �.30. Trifecta:
�1.20. CSF: �.07.
8.10: 1, POET?S WORD (R L Moore
4-6 fav); 2, Laraaib (8-1); 3, Desert
Encounter (12-1). 21/4l, 21/4l. 5 ran. Sir
M Stoute. Tote: �40; pl �10, �10.
Exacta: �10. Trifecta: �.60. CSF:
�70.
8.40: 1, CHIEFOFCHIEFS (R
Kingscote 5-1); 2, Kynren (7-2 fav); 3,
Mountain Angel (4-1). hd, 13/4l. 13 ran.
C Fellowes. Tote: �00; pl �40, �90,
�50. Exacta: �.70. Tricast: �.55.
Trifecta: �1.40. CSF: �.01. NR:
Contrapposto.
QUADPOT: �10
PLACEPOT: �30
CHELMSFORD CITY
5.40: 1, HURRICANE ALERT (J
Mitchell 6-1); 2, Waneen (4-1); 3, Tan
(evens fav). 1/2l, 1l. 9 ran. M Hoad. Tote:
�20; pl �40, �70, �10. Exacta:
�.10. Tricast: �.18. Trifecta: �.60.
CSF: �.82.
6.10: 1, HAWATIF (W Carson 22-1);
2, King of Dreams (11-4 fav); 3,
Ravenhoe (14-1). 13/4l, 5l. 9 ran. A
Carson. Tote: �.70; pl �70, �10,
�00. Exacta: �4.60. Tricast: �4.31.
Trifecta: �9.50. CSF: �.56.
6.45: 1, MUTAFANI (S De Sousa
3-1 fav); 2, Drill (5-1); 3, Team Decision
(7-2). 21/4l, 1/2l. 14 ran. S Crisford. Tote:
�00; pl �50, �80, �90. Exacta:
�.80. Trifecta: �0.40. CSF: �.47.
NR: Wafy, Yvanlend.
7.15: 1, BULLINGDON (T Marquand
2-1 fav); 2, Kawasir (11-4); 3, Jetstream
(7-1). nk, 41/2l. 7 ran. R Hannon. Tote:
�40; pl �50, �40. Exacta: �20.
Trifecta: �.00. CSF: �51.
7.45: 1, SECRET ART (S De Sousa
9-1); 2, Emirates Flyer (4-1); 3, Dark
Red (4-1). 9-4 fav Frontispiece. 31/4l,
13/4l. 8 ran. W Knight. Tote: �40; pl
�90, �00, �10. Exacta: �.80.
Tricast: �3.89. Trifecta: �0.70.
CSF: �.56. NR: Sofia?s Rock.
8.20: 1, YEAH BABY YEAH (S De
Sousa 15-8 fav); 2, Brockholes (11-4);
3, Tai Hang Dragon (7-2). 1l, 2l. 5 ran.
Miss G Kelleway. Tote: �30; pl �40,
�20. Exacta: �60. Trifecta: �.50.
CSF: �41.
8.50: 1, ETTIE HART (F Norton
6-1); 2, Kodiac Pearl (40-1); 3,
Hangman Jury (33-1). 4-1 jtfav
Fairway To Heaven, 4-1 jtfav Mossy?s
Lodge. 1l, 13/4l. 12 ran. M Channon.
Tote: �80; pl �30, �.50, �90.
Exacta: �6.20. Tricast: �95.36.
Trifecta: �18.20. CSF: �8.29.
QUADPOT: �70
PLACEPOT: �.70
Circle turns
on the magic
MAGIC CIRCLE could
head for the Ascot Gold
Cup after a striking
performance to win the
Matchbook VIP Henry II
Stakes at Sandown last
night.
The six-year-old gelding,
who won the Chester Cup
just 13 days earlier, left
his rivals in his wake to
win the Group Three prize.
Moving smoothly into
contention, the Fran
Berry-ridden 11-2 shot
quickly put six lengths
? by NEIL RANDON
between himself and the
field, which was headed
by Red Verdon at the line.
He is now 20-1 for the
Melbourne Cup, but would
need to be supplemented
for the Ascot Gold Cup.
Williams said: ?It has
taken me aback a little. I
didn?t think winning a
Chester Cup would be
beyond him, but I thought
it would be tough.
?What he has achieved
today has really announced him as a stayer
on the big scene.?
?
STAR TURN:
Magic Circle
trounced a decent
field by six lengths
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY?S MEETINGS
B - Bath G - Goodwood
Haydock P - Pontefract
Worcester
A Bold Move................... W
Abel Tasman .................. H
Absolute Dream ............. H
Acadian Angel ............... H
Admiral Blake ................ W
Admiral Spice ................ H
Admired .......................... G
Adventurous Girl ........... B
Al Manhalah ................... B
Alfred Richardson ......... P
Almunther....................... P
Alsvinder ........................ P
Amberine ........................ B
Angels............................. P
Anndarrow...................... W
Another Boy ................... G
Aqua Libre...................... B
Archipeligo ..................... H
Arishka ........................... G
Arthur Kitt....................... H
Arthur?s Secret .............. W
Arty Campbell ................ G
Aspetar ........................... G
Assanilka ........................ H
Athreeothree .................. W
Axel Jacklin.................... H
Aye Aye Skipper ............ B
Azam ............................... P
Bacacarat ....................... H
Bahuta Acha .................. H
Baihas ............................. W
Barrsbrook ..................... B
HW7.15
1.50
2.20
5.15
8.15
5.45
3.10
2.45
2.45
7.00
6.30
8.00
4.30
9.00
8.15
2.35
5.35
1.50
2.00
2.20
5.40
4.55
3.45
5.15
7.45
2.20
5.35
7.00
4.40
2.55
8.15
5.35
Bbob Alula ..................... G
Begging Bowl................. P
Belledesert ..................... B
Berkshire Boy ................ G
Berlusca ......................... H
Bermeo ........................... W
Beverley Bullet .............. P
Beyond Equal ................ H
Big Boots ....................... G
Billy Ray ......................... G
Black Lotus .................... H
Blame Roberta ............... G
Blooriedotcom ............... H
Bluella ............................. P
Boa Nova ........................ B
Bob The Bruce ............... H
Bombastic ...................... H
Bombyx .......................... G
Bosham .......................... P
Breaking Records.......... P
Bubble And Squeak ...... G
Burauq ............................ B
Bush Beauty .................. H
Case Key ........................ P
Casino Markets .............. W
Celebrity Dancer ............ P
Central City .................... H
Chantresse ..................... H
Coisa Blanco.................. W
Collingham Park ............ H
Commodore Barry ......... W
Compton Prince............. B
Conna Cross .................. W
Country Rose ................. B
Croquembouche ............ P
5.25
9.00
5.05
2.35
1.50
8.15
6.30
2.55
2.00
3.45
4.05
2.00
5.45
9.00
3.55
2.20
4.40
3.45
8.00
9.00
3.10
4.30
5.15
8.00
6.45
7.30
2.55
5.45
8.15
4.40
7.15
4.30
6.45
2.45
7.00
Crystal Deauville ........... G
Custard The Dragon ...... G
Cyrien Star ..................... W
Dalkadam........................ W
Dalshand ........................ P
Dan?s Quest ................... W
Dance On The Day......... H
Danzay ............................ H
Dashing Poet ................. H
Daybreak ........................ G
Dear Beloved ................. H
Deauville Crystal ........... W
Definately Vinnie ........... W
Definite Winner .............. W
Delahay ........................... B
Diable De Sivola ............ W
Dillie Dallie ..................... B
Dourado .......................... G
Dr Richard Kimble ......... H
Dream Brother ............... W
Drovers Lane ................. W
Dry Ol?party .................... W
Dubai Acclaim................ H
Duke?s Affair .................. W
Earth Leader .................. W
Eaton Miller .................... W
Edged Out ...................... B
Ellen Gates ..................... G
Enzo ................................ H
Equitant .......................... H
Everkyllachy................... B
Executive Force ............. G
Fancy Flyer .................... G
Fantastic Flyer ............... G
Feel The Vibes ............... B
5.25
2.35
5.40
8.15
7.00
8.15
4.05
4.40
5.15
3.10
4.05
6.15
6.15
8.15
4.30
6.45
3.20
2.35
5.45
7.45
7.45
8.45
4.40
8.15
7.15
8.15
5.05
5.25
4.40
2.55
2.10
2.35
2.00
5.25
5.35
Feline Groovy ................ H
Fethiye Boy .................... B
Fille De Reve .................. G
Firenze Rosa .................. G
Five Amarones............... H
Flere Imsaho .................. B
Flying Eagle ................... W
Fort Gabriel .................... W
Foxtrot Knight................ P
Foxy Act ......................... W
Frozen Bere.................... B
Gavlar ............................. G
George Bowen ............... G
Gettin? Lucky.................. B
Ginbar ............................. H
Glanvilles Guest ............ W
Good Fortune................. H
Good Man Hughie.......... W
Grandad?s World............ P
Grecian Divine ............... H
Greenview Paradise ...... B
Habanera ........................ G
Handytalk ....................... B
Hanseatic........................ P
Harbour Pilot.................. H
Haylah ............................. G
Heart Power ................... G
Heir of Excitement ......... P
Henley ............................. P
Hidden Impact................ W
High Command .............. G
Highbrow ........................ G
Highland Bobby ............. H
Hua Hin ........................... B
I?dliketheoption .............. W
GREYHOUNDS
HARLOW
10.29 KILARA SERENITY (nap) (3) ...Denville Nor (1)
10.43 KILBARRY TRUMP (nb) (2)Cabriol Einstein (3)
10.57 BURNING FAME (1) ....................Blue Boca (5)
11.12 LORD TALLTREES (2) ........ Whitefort Sally (3)
11.27 MANIC ZELDA (4) ........... Vinny Choo Choo (6)
11.43 BALLYDAVIS NORA (6) ......Group Playboy (3)
11.59 KAREN KNOWS BEST (1).......Global Night (4)
12.13 HIGHAMS SHANDY (2) .. Maggie Mays Star (4)
12.28 ZACKS BOY (4) .....................Swift Nicklaus (6)
12.44 LANN TOSH (3) ....................... Fancy Steph (4)
12.59 CLOMANTAGH VIEW (4) .............. Pourquoi (1)
1.14 SILKY THOMAS (2) .............Badgers Quattro (4)
1.28 MIDDLIN GEM (4) ..................... Chiltern Swift (6)
1.47 DAVES SHOT (3) .......................Best Legacy (2)
MONMORE
2.06 MYTHICAL BEAN (6) .............. Swift Natasha (2)
2.22 CROSS KEYS SWIFT (nb) (5) Supreme Riga (6)
2.42 OAKVALE DANNY (6) .........Narabane Black (1)
3.02 LAID BACK SUSIE (nap) (6)Stellas Maverick (4)
3.19 ROBBIES GINGER (3) ......Quarterland Mady (6)
3.39 PENNYS GATSBY (1) ............ Image Karozzi (2)
3.59 MITCHELLS DIVA (1) ...........Catunda Jasper (4)
4.19 FINAL SPORT (5) ......................Scruffs Duke (4)
4.39 TUTTLES MILLIE (5) ......... Slaneyside Mavis (2)
4.58 ISAACS PRINCESS (4) ......... Got The Power (5)
5.18 SUGAR AND ICE (6) ....................Ascot Gina (2)
5.37 OLD CENTS FLYER (5) ......Weather Balloon (4)
5.54 SPRINGWELL LUCK (5) ........... Dippas Dora (4)
6.09 CELTIC RANGER (5) ........................Go Rae (2)
ROMFORD
6.27 PROFOUND (6) ....................... Corrig Galileo (3)
6.47 BUBBLY SWIFT (4) .................. Mays Cucard (5)
7.03 SLANEYSIDE LEAHY (1) ......Droopys Wispa (4)
7.18 SAVANA SASHA (3) ...................... Pro Pearl (6)
7.34 GRAMPY BILL (2) ................... Swabys Hope (3)
7.51 MADABOUT FINN (1) ....................Up Above (6)
8.06 LOTSTOLIVEUPTO (6) ........... Bonville Chas (4)
8.23 ROSWELL ROMANOV (nap) (3) Slick Sphinx (6)
8.38 BUBBLY PANTHER (3) ....... Baroness Bullet (2)
8.54 COURTS AD PETER (nb) (1) ....Cotton Pants (2)
9.11 FERNISKY PIXIE (4) ............ Chopchop Lady (1)
9.26 OH NONONO (5) ...................... Painted Cliffs (2)
9.44 TOWSTAR ARRY (6) .............Mays Monalee (3)
CRAYFORD
10.36 LULUS BIRTHDAY (1) ........Monagea Ruby (5)
10.51 DROOPYS BRIDE (6) ........ Droopys Jimena (2)
11.06 PESKY ONE (6) .................................Cronin (2)
11.21 VISIT THE HEAD (2) ...........Belfarian Super (1)
11.36 TEDDYBEAR ZAC (nap) (2)..Out Of Hawaii (1)
11.52 MANILLA DAZL (4) ................Mona Jaxxon (2)
12.06 MONTORE SUZI (3) ................ Black Sniper (1)
12.21 OUT OF ALABAMA (nb) (2) Papadontpreach (6)
12.36 RAHYVIRA PEARL (6) ..................... Cossie (3)
12.54 MINEOLA FLASH (1) ..........Kilmoyley Josie (3)
1.07 BALLYANNA (1)............................Tims Hero (5)
1.22 NEWLAWN JIMBOB (6) ......Running Shanks (4)
1.37 SLAHENY MADAM (1) ..........Precious Chloe (4)
1.57 JACOBS MILLER (1) .............. Scaramouche (5)
HOVE
2.12 SCARLET SEAMIST (5) ...............Sacred Act (4)
2.32 WILLMOUNT MANOR (3) .........Classic Tune (4)
2.52 NOHO ARK (nb) (2) ............................. El Taz (4)
3.11 CANVAS BOND (nap) (5)........ Nods Magnus (4)
3.29 CLAIREKEITH IONA (4) ..........Isaacs Beauty (6)
3.49 BRINKLEYS JET (1) ...............Julius Tallulah (6)
4.09 ASHBY PASTURES (6) ............ Trucker John (3)
4.29 SONG OF TARA (5) .......... Harmonic Dancer (6)
4.48 DANCE TAYLOR (1) ...................Another Me (3)
5.08 MERCHANTS QUAY (4) ....... Ardera Captain (3)
5.28 KILNAGLORY PADDY (3) ...... Get On Chloe (1)
5.44 BALLYLARK BUZZ (3) ...........Droopys Elma (2)
6.02 KANTURK SISTER (3) ..........Mercury Dream (6)
6.19 BALLYLARK JOE (4) ................Kilara Peggy (3)
TOWCESTER RPTV
7.04 DUNHAM FAITH (6) .................Mallogs Tiger (2)
7.19 DODGERS CHARLIE (1) ........... Musical Lulu (3)
7.35 FARLOE FERN (3) .................... Farloe Biddy (1)
7.50 EL SABBA (6) ..........................Dunham King (4)
8.05 FOREST FERN (nb) (4) ........Energize Honey (6)
8.21 WINKINGSANDSTORM (nap) (1) .Dunham Shiraz (6)
8.36 CHANTILLY ROSE (5) .................... Mediator (4)
8.52 BIT VIEW SASSY (5)..............Notyourdogray (6)
9.07 ALL SLICK NOW (3) ...................Swift Frisco (1)
9.23 TOWSTAR BILLY (6) ....... Coonough Melody (2)
9.39 GOOD DAY (3) ........................... Forest Lana (5)
9.55 BILLYS CHOICE (1) ..............Meenagh Matic (2)
3.30
5.05
3.10
5.25
2.20
3.20
6.45
6.45
8.00
8.45
3.20
4.55
4.20
4.30
2.55
8.45
2.20
8.15
8.00
5.15
5.35
2.00
5.05
6.30
4.40
5.25
3.10
6.30
8.00
7.15
4.55
3.45
5.45
3.55
6.45
I?m A Believer................. G
Ice Canyon ..................... H
Icefall .............................. P
Ifyoudontmind................ G
Imphal ............................. G
Improve........................... H
Indiscretion .................... G
Inflexiball ........................ P
Inpromptu ....................... H
Invincible Peace ............ H
Island Flame................... P
Isntshesomething .......... H
Jaleo ............................... W
Jashma ........................... B
Juneau ............................ B
Just Right ....................... B
K Club ............................. B
Kalagia ............................ H
Kapono ........................... G
Karlyhamilton................. H
King Calypso ................. G
King Oswald................... B
Kingfast .......................... B
Kings Academy ............. P
Kit Barry ......................... W
Knighted ......................... H
Kodicat ........................... H
Labrega........................... H
Lady Dancealot .............. G
Lady Grigio .................... H
Lamma Island ................ B
Laqab .............................. P
Leo Minor ....................... B
Libby T Valance ............. W
Lincoln Park ................... P
4.55
1.50
7.00
2.00
4.55
4.05
3.10
8.30
3.30
4.05
8.30
5.15
6.15
2.10
3.20
3.20
2.45
2.55
2.00
3.30
4.55
5.35
3.20
6.30
5.40
4.40
5.15
3.30
4.20
4.05
3.55
6.30
5.05
8.45
7.30
Liquid .............................. P
Little Miss Kodi .............. H
Little Miss Tango ........... B
Little Vic ......................... W
Lord Ballim..................... W
Lots Ov ........................... P
Lucy?s Law ..................... P
Lynwood Gold................ G
Mac O?polo ..................... H
Main Street ..................... G
Mametz Wood ................ H
Mance Rayder ................ W
Marquis Of Carabas ...... W
Marvellous Monty .......... W
Marylebone..................... H
Master Sunrise............... W
Mawde............................. B
Maygold .......................... G
Medburn Cutler .............. G
Michael Corleone........... H
Midnightly....................... B
Minas Gerais .................. H
Mirs Choice .................... W
Mirzam ............................ W
Misty Boy ....................... G
Mojika ............................. H
Mom Said ....................... H
Monarch Maid ................ B
Monetaire........................ W
Mont Royal ..................... P
Mont Royale ................... W
Montague........................ H
Moor Top ........................ H
Mosalim .......................... H
Moveonup....................... G
8.00
5.15
5.35
7.45
6.45
8.30
8.30
3.45
1.50
3.45
4.40
7.45
6.45
8.45
1.50
5.40
2.45
5.25
4.55
4.40
5.05
2.20
5.40
8.45
2.00
4.05
5.45
4.30
5.40
6.30
6.45
2.55
2.20
4.40
2.00
Mr Cool Cash ................. P
Mr Tyrrell ........................ G
Mrs Burbidge ................. W
Musharrif ........................ P
My Girl Maisie ................ H
Mysterious Glance ........ B
Mystical Moon................ H
Napanook ....................... H
Napping .......................... B
Neeraan .......................... H
New Queen ..................... B
New Society ................... P
Newton Geronimo.......... W
Ninetythreetwenty ......... P
Nkosikazi ........................ H
No I?m Easy .................... H
No Likey ......................... W
No More Thrills .............. G
Nora Batt ........................ B
Nuzha .............................. B
Nyala ............................... H
Odyssa............................ G
Old Pride ........................ W
Onda District .................. H
Open Wide...................... G
Orchard Thieves ............ W
Orsera ............................. H
Owners Day.................... W
Parnassian ..................... G
Parole.............................. P
Parwich Lees ................. W
Pastoral Player .............. G
Patrick............................. P
Pentland Hills................. H
Perfect Illusion............... G
6.30
2.35
8.45
8.00
5.15
4.30
3.30
2.20
4.30
4.40
2.45
7.00
6.45
7.30
3.30
4.40
5.40
3.10
4.30
4.30
4.05
3.10
5.40
1.50
4.20
7.45
3.30
8.45
2.35
6.30
8.15
2.35
8.00
5.45
3.45
Pettochside .................... G
Photonics ....................... H
Planetaria ....................... P
Pointel............................. G
Poppyinthepark ............. H
Porchy Party .................. H
Portledge ........................ G
Powerful Dream ............. B
Princess Ophelia ........... P
Pumaflor ......................... P
Quayside ........................ H
Quite Right ..................... W
Quoteline Direct............. H
Raucous ......................... G
Rebel Royal .................... W
Red Miracle .................... B
Ritas Legacy .................. B
Ritha................................ B
Robin De Broome .......... W
Robin The Raven ........... W
Ronnie The Rooster ...... P
Royal Residence............ H
Saedi Shaahd ................. G
Sauvignon ...................... W
Savannah Moon ............. P
Sea Shack ...................... G
Seaborough.................... H
Seaport ........................... G
Secret Lightning ............ P
Secret Potion ................. B
Secretfact ....................... B
Sempre Presto ............... P
Shaheen.......................... H
Shamlahar ...................... H
Sharp Reply ................... H
YESTERDAY?S WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Bills Hill (3) 8-1, Cartroc
Cody (6) 9-4 fav, (dd-ht 3rd), bf:
�.80, tri: (3-6-1) �.26, (3-6-5)
�.61. 11.16: Our Jay (2) 11-8
fav, Westland Pearl (3) 9-2, bf:
�87, tri: (2-3-1) �.35. 11.31:
Sir Brinkley (3) 7-4 fav, The
Other Bear (4) 3-1, bf: �80, tri:
(3-4-6) �.72. 11.46: Boyles Bolt
(3) 7-2, Priceless Sun (1) 5-1, bf:
�.37, tri: (3-1-6) �.90. 12.01:
Onthedaftside (2) 3-1, Mad About
Johnny (1) 8-1, bf: �.97, tri:
(2-1-3) �.34. 12.16: Old Fort
Freeway (1) 9-4, Zenas Aphrodite
(6) 2-1 fav, bf: �10, tri: (1-6-5)
�.88. 12.31: Sign Fizzy (3) 5-2
fav, Intended (4) 5-1, bf: �.22,
tri: (3-4-2) �.34. 12.46: Full
Attack (4) 3-1, War Zone (6) 9-2,
bf: �.69, tri: (4-6-3) �.61.
1.01: Alarming Hades (3) 5-1,
Swift Caia (4) 10-1, bf: �.54,
tri: (3-4-6) �1.05. 1.16:
Moneyforbrandy (3) 10-1, Tyrur
Madge (6) 4-1, bf: �.33, tri:
(3-6-1)
�9.06.
1.31:
Fifthstreetpenny (1) 5-1, Kitmins
Blue (6) 7-2, bf: �.66, tri: (1-63) �.13. 1.49: Pack Your Bags
(2) 9-2, Our Luney (6) 6-4 fav, bf:
�.16, tri: (2-6-5) �.36. Placer
(�stake) (Races 1-6) �9.00,
(Races 7-12) �62.00.
CRAYFORD
2.06: Lizzies Horror (2) 2-1,
Woodcocks Denzil (6) 8-1, bf:
�.43, tri: (2-6-1) �.03. 2.22:
Kelva Chloe (2) 4-1, Lagile
Beaver (4) 9-4 fav, bf: �.76, tri:
(2-4-5) �.70. 2.42: Kelva
Bullseye (5) 4-1, Winkers Keith
(6) 5-1, bf: �.86, tri: (5-6-1)
�.01. 3.02: Majority Blue (2)
2-1, Stophers Brandy (6) 7-4 fav,
bf: �18, tri: (2-6-1) �.35. 3.19:
Bridget (3) 5-2, Ballymoon Hope
(4) 2-1 fav, bf: �93, tri: (3-4-2)
�.60. 3.39: Wickla Gudrun (2)
3-1, Isle of Elsa (4) 4-1, bf: �.36,
tri: (2-4-1) �.90. 3.59: Metric
Lisa (2) 7-2, Call Tina (1) 2-1 fav,
bf: �.95, tri: (2-1-3) �.16.
4.19: Kereight Jude (1) 9-2, Play
Master (2) 7-1, bf: �.63, tri:
(1-2-4) �.46. 4.39: Ballybeg
Scolari (5) 2-1, Design Holly (3)
5-2, NR: Deecees Snowey (res),
bf: �58, tri: (5-3-4) �00. 4.58:
Alien
Sparkie
(2)
5-2,
Fitzlerseemytail (4) 12-1, bf:
�.03, tri: (2-4-1) �0.18. 5.18:
Pesky Drama (1) 9-2, Idol Choice
(2) 5-1, bf: �.04, tri: (1-2-6)
�.81. 5.37: Blinky Blobs (2) 7-4
fav, Canutes Hound (5) 3-1, bf:
�60, tri: (2-5-6) �.11. 5.54:
Topper Rocky (3) Evens fav,
Beaming Passion (1) 4-1, bf:
�02, tri: (3-1-2) �.24. 6.09:
Whats Lily Upto (5) 5-1,
Huarache Tipton (3) 5-1, bf:
�.10, tri: (5-3-1) �0.34. Placer
(�stake) (Races 1-6) �1.00,
(Races 9-14) �8.00.
HENLOW
11.09: Mongys Jet (6) 6-4 fav,
Walking Ceaser (1) 3-1, bf: �85,
tri: (6-1-3) �.55. 11.24: Monagea
Victory (5) 5-4 fav, Silverhill
Lemon (2) 7-4, bf: �07, tri: (5-21) �.06. 11.39: Marcos Veggera
(1) 7-2, Silverview Tom (6) 7-2,
bf: �.51, tri: (1-6-2) �.50.
11.54: Rangora Boy (4) 2-1 jt-fav,
Corfu Ikarus (6) 12-1, bf: �.48,
tri: (4-6-5) �0.34. 12.09: Swords
Ace (4) Evens fav, Droopys Tops
(5) 7-2, bf: �36, tri: (4-5-1)
�.12. 12.24: Silverviewlister (5)
3-1, Savana Harrison (2) 5-2, bf:
�.27, tri: (5-2-1) �.77. 12.39:
Blackrose Glenn (2) 6-4 fav,
Frankton Mikey (4) 8-1, bf:
�.07, tri: (2-4-3) �.16. 12.54:
Holdem Venus (6) 2-1 fav, Jet
Stream Ecco (4) 3-1, bf: �28, tri:
(6-4-1) �.11. 1.08: Savana Jo Jo
(6) 7-4 fav, Blackrose Zeb (3) 7-1,
NR: Swift Sage (res), bf: �.69,
tri: (6-3-5) �.17. 1.22: Blackrose
4.20
5.45
6.30
4.55
1.50
2.55
2.35
2.10
8.30
6.30
2.55
7.15
1.50
4.20
7.15
3.20
4.30
3.20
8.15
6.15
6.30
2.55
2.00
8.15
8.30
2.35
5.45
4.55
8.30
2.10
2.10
8.30
2.55
4.05
1.50
She?s Pukka ................... P
Shepherd Market ........... H
Shes Queen.................... P
Silk Mill Two ................... P
Silverrica ........................ B
Singeur ........................... P
Sir Titan .......................... G
Snaffled .......................... H
Snow Diamond............... P
Solar Flair ....................... G
Solstalla .......................... W
Spanish Star .................. G
Sparkalot ........................ G
Spice War ....................... H
Spirit Of May .................. B
Spitfire Limited .............. B
Springbok Seia .............. W
Steve Mequine ............... W
Storm Jazz ..................... B
Storm Warning............... W
Stradivarius Davis ......... W
Suffice............................. W
Summer Thunder........... B
Supersymmetry ............. H
Swiss Chime .................. G
Tagur............................... P
Talaaqy ........................... G
Tara Mac ......................... W
Tavener ........................... P
The Bottom Bar ............. W
The Eaglehaslanded...... W
The Kvilleken ................. W
The Mistress .................. W
Theatre Rouge ............... W
Thegreatestshowman.... P
8.30
3.30
8.30
9.00
5.05
8.00
2.35
2.55
9.00
4.20
8.45
5.25
4.20
5.45
3.55
4.30
7.15
7.15
3.20
8.15
7.45
8.15
3.20
5.45
2.00
6.30
3.10
8.45
8.00
7.45
6.15
5.40
8.45
8.45
7.30
Three Little Birds ........... G 5.25
Times Of Trouble ........... W 7.15
Tir Dubh.......................... W 8.15
Tisneverending .............. G 2.00
Toolatetodelegate .......... B
4.30
Totally Magic.................. P
6.30
Treasure The Ridge ....... G 4.55
Trinity Star ..................... P
6.30
Turnover ......................... W 5.40
Uber Cool ....................... G 4.55
Uncle Jerry ..................... G 2.00
Undisputed ..................... W 8.45
Union Rose .................... B
5.05
Upavon ........................... B
2.10
Victarion ......................... W 7.15
Victory Command.......... P
7.30
Vinnie Red ...................... W 5.40
Voix D?Eau...................... W 6.45
Waikiki Waves................ W 8.15
War Of Succession........ B
5.35
Waseem Faris ................ B
2.10
Watheeqa........................ H
3.30
Westerbee ...................... W 8.45
Whitley Neill ................... W 7.15
Wiff Waff ......................... G 5.25
Yellow Fire ..................... B
3.55
Ynys Mon ....................... B
3.55
Zeshov ............................ P
6.30
Zlatan .............................. P
6.30
Zoraya ............................. G 3.10
lNo horses to note today
NOTTINGHAM RPTV
Angel (4) 9-2, Riverside Queen (3)
6-1, bf: �.11, tri: (4-3-6)
�5.26. 1.39: Onaroll (1) 8-1,
Poppys May (3) 7-2, bf: �.65,
tri: (1-3-6) �9.85. 1.57: Savana
Jaxxon (2) 5-4 fav, Drumkeen Jet
(3) 9-2, bf: �43, tri: (2-3-6)
�.58. Placer (�stake) (Races
1-6) �.40, (Races 7-12)
�6.00.
ROMFORD
2.12: Ardrahan Scamp (3) 6-1,
Chilli Chocolate (4) 3-1, bf:
�.99, tri: (3-4-5) �4.39. 2.32:
Lismadine Dream (6) 5-2 jt-fav,
Delfi Danero (1) 5-2 jt-fav, bf:
�78, tri: (6-1-5) �.24. 2.52:
Chopchop Gemini (4) 3-1 co-fav,
Padres Light (1) 3-1 co-fav, bf:
�.58, tri: (4-1-3) �.11. 3.11:
Babs You Go (2) 11-4 jt-fav,
Myella Betty (1) 9-2, bf: �.96,
tri: (2-1-4) �.87. 3.29: To Tone
Marley (2) 4-1, Chopchop Shirley
(5) 4-1, bf: �.79, tri: (2-5-6)
�.89. 3.49: Flawless Prince (1)
4-1, Pernera Oyster (5) 2-1 fav,
bf: �.90, tri: (1-5-2) �.97.
4.09: Telthefishermen (2) 2-1 fav,
Chopchop Joshie (1) 8-1, bf:
�.61, tri: (2-1-3) �.48. 4.29:
Jonstar (2) 6-1, Swift Nikolaj (3)
3-1, bf: �.21, tri: (2-3-5) �.92.
4.48: Hollylake Rory (2) 9-4 fav,
Poppy?s Pal (4) 9-2, bf: �.03, tri:
(2-4-1) �.35. 5.08: Sneezys
Rocket (6) 7-2, True Tagg (4) 4-1,
bf: �.70, tri: (6-4-1) �.38.
5.28: So Sumi (6) 5-1, Act In (4)
3-1, bf: �.68, tri: (6-4-2) �.75.
5.44: Lucky Dip (5) 3-1 co-fav,
Catunda Roma (1) 3-1 co-fav, bf:
�.22, tri: (5-1-4) �.06. 6.02:
Piemans Beauty (5) 9-4 fav, Vics
Rhea (6) 4-1, bf: �.96, tri: (5-61) �.92. 6.19: Larimar (5) 3-1,
Gable Raven (4) 5-1, bf: �.19,
tri: (5-4-3) �.32. Placer (�stake) (Races 1-6) �6.00, (Races
9-14) �6.00.
6.22
(A4)
500m
6.38
(A7)
500m
6.56
(A2)
500m
EMILYS DIAMOND (5) ... Pennys Radamal (4)
BALLOUGRY BONBON (5) .....Icardi Silva (2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
6221 BANSHA PAT (rl ro) ................. 30.19
3661 Wealing Dealing (rl ep) .............. 30.62
2234 Unusual Blue Sky (md ro) ......... 30.32
3244 Milltown Jasper (sa ep) ............. 30.19
1423 Hollygate Star (wd ep) ............... 30.18
4115 Hopalong Randy (wd ro).......... 30.32
Star betting: 3 Hollygate Star, 7-2
Unusual Blue Sky, Milltown Jasper.
7.11
1
2
3
4
5
6
(B2)
480m
65 Revilo Jordan (sa fw)................. 00.00
5452 Peregrine Titan (sa ep).............. 29.45
6361 Salacresluscious (md ro)......... 29.68
5166 Driving Up Buddy (ep ro) ........... 29.09
4213 HILLDUN DIAMOND (wd ro) .... 30.06
3365 Tuftys Shark (wd fw).................. 29.25
Star betting: 5-2 Driving Up Buddy, 3
Peregrine Titan, 7-2 Salacresluscious,.
7.26
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
500m
11 SALACRES BARLEY (NAP) () 30.24
4154 Comeout Prudence (md ep) ...... 30.05
1313 Tynwald Kizi (rl ro) ................... 30.12
1351 Foxdale Witch (rl ep) ................. 30.40
2152 Plaza Girl (wd fa) ....................... 30.22
1421 Romeo Spike (wd ro)................. 30.28
Star betting: 3 Comeout Prudence,
Tynwald Kizi, 4 Salacres Barley.
8.28
(A4)
500m
8.43
(H?cap)
500m
8.58
(H?cap)
500m
9.14
(A5)
500m
9.32
(A2)
500m
9.50
(H?cap)
480m
10.08
(A3)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
52 JETTS ACT ()............................ 30.90
3344 Ballybride Ray (rl ro).................. 31.05
345 Slaneyside Carly (ep sa) ........... 31.00
2665 Townside Sonny (md ro) ........... 30.69
5661 Tudor Miss (md ep) ................... 31.14
3215 Nuncar Lady (wd ep)................ 31.03
Star betting: 3 Jetts Act, Townside
Sonny, 7-2 Slaneyside Carly, 4 Nuncar Lady.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2436 Capla Ruby (9m) (rl ro).............. 30.71
6134 Roscoes Raquel (8m) (rl ro) ...... 30.66
1332 Romeo Blitz (5m) (ep h) ........... 30.60
2331 OLD TIME MELODY (3m) (md ro) . 30.58
6543 Newinn Act (Scr) (rl ep) ............. 30.62
1452 Slaneyside Agnes (Scr) (md ep) . 30.63
Star betting: 5-2 Old Time Melody, 7-2
Slaneyside Agnes, 4 Newinn Act.
1
2
3
4
5
6
54 Totaly In Motion (10m) () ........... 31.26
6344 Roscoes Elam (10m) () ............. 30.72
1322 BILLYS IMPACT (7m) (sa fw)... 30.97
4224 Salacres Destiny (2m) (rl ro).... 30.61
1523 Precious Rebel (Scr) (rl ep) ....... 30.58
2566 Comeout Honeypie (Scr) (wd ep) . 30.57
Star betting: 5-2 Salacres Destiny, 7-2
Roscoes Elam, Precious Rebel.
LISNAKILL GYPSY (1) .. Sunset Olympian (2)
6214 MISS CRICK (rl ro).................... 30.79
6416 Milltown Biddy (rl ro) .................. 30.75
4413 Bromwich Eske (rl ro) .............. 30.53
6145 Midknight Chatty (md ep) .......... 30.47
6164 Marys Ruby (fw wd)................... 30.34
2515 Sporting Daisy (wd ep) .............. 30.83
Star betting: 11-4 Marys Ruby, 3
Midknight Chatty, 4 Miss Crick.
1 1564 Jing Jong (rl fw) ......................... 30.67
2 3111 SALACRES OLYMPIC (nb) (rl ro) .....
30.48
3 6452 Malawi Bold (md ep).................. 30.61
4 2253 Sporting Eryn (wd ro) ................ 30.43
5 1135 Salacres Lippy (rl ro) ............... 30.32
6 3552 Beckim Bertie (wd ro) ................ 30.44
Star betting: 3 Salacres Lippy, 7-2 Jing
Jong, Beckim Bertie, 4 Sporting Eryn, 9-2
Malawi Bold, Salacres Olympic.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7.42
(A3)
500m
7.58
(A4)
500m
8.13
(A2)
500m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4332 Carnageo (rl ro) ......................... 30.87
4241 BIT VIEW CLASSY (md ro) ...... 30.61
5623 Hinbos Vino (rl ro) ..................... 31.08
3251 Hidden Station (md ro) .............. 30.97
1133 Salacres Alaska (md ro) .......... 30.74
2412 Good Hurling (wd ep) ................ 30.94
Star betting: 5-2 Bit View Classy, 11-4
Salacres Alaska, 4 Good Hurling.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3145 BLACKIES PERL (rl ro) ............ 30.65
1435 Our Sam (ep ro) ........................ 30.77
1266 Graigues State (ep ro) ............... 30.49
3666 Gain Control (fa ep) ................... 30.42
3536 Ardfhearta Star (md ro) ............. 30.19
2656 Starshineindi (wd ep) ................. 29.98
Star betting: 3 Starshineindi, 7-2 Our
Sam, 4 Graigues State, Gain Control.
2666 Victoria Jaxx (10m) (md ro) ....... 30.36
33 WESTMINSTER LIVE (10m) () . 00.00
4551 Manilla Twist (7m) (ep ro).......... 29.84
5533 Tophall Tony (2m) (rl ro)............ 29.31
4222 Laganore Dazl (2m) (md ep) .... 29.21
4511 Boherna Henri (Scr) (md ep) ..... 29.10
Star betting: 5-2 Boherna Henri, 11-4
Laganore Dazl, 7-2 Manilla Twist.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2216 Itsallguesswork (rl ro) ................ 30.64
4133 SALACRES MICHAEL (rl ro).... 30.57
11d5 Slaneyside Capri (MD RO) ...... 30.76
2334 Brae Best (ep ro) ....................... 30.68
521 Salacres Flyer (rl ro) .................. 30.78
4 Sporting Durango () ................... 30.94
Star betting: 3 Salacres Michael, 7-2
Itsallguesswork, Slaneyside Capri.
46
DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO?S HOT WHO?S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) M Johnston 22;
D Skelton 19; J Gosden 18; R
Fahey 12; N Henderson 11; W
Haggas 10; R Hannon 9; R Varian
9; A King 8; C Hills 7; Jonjo O?Neill
7; G L Moore 6; J J Quinn 6; C Cox
6; T Easterby 6; P Midgley 6.
SUFFERING STABLES:
(Runners since last win) W
Brisbourne 93; M Mullineaux 86; J
Wainwright 70; Mrs L Young 68;
Steph Hollinshead 52; D Kubler 44;
A Whillans 44; M Hill 42; Robert
Stephens 38; G Baker 37; T Coyle
36; Miss Hannah Taylor 35.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) H Skelton 18; J Crowley 13; P
J McDonald 13; R Kingscote 12; R
Johnson 10; W Buick 9; N De
Boinville 9; J Fanning 8; P Hanagan
8; A Coleman 8; J Bowen 8; A Kirby
7; J Hart 7; P Mulrennan 7; B
Hughes 7.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) C Bennett 48; D
Muscutt 46; H Shaw 40; J Fahy 38;
J P Spencer 33; B McHugh 33; R
Winston 31; Nathan Evans 31; W
Carson 29; J F Egan 29; Mr P
Berkins 27; A Tinkler 27; G
Downing 26; C Rodriguez 26.
BEST EACH WAY
LIQUID (8.00, Pontefract) was
beaten less than three lengths
under an apprentice last time and
has the experienced P J McDonald
back on today.
HANDICAP BLOT
Even with his 6lb penalty for winning
a big-field handicap in style at York
last week, GEORGE BOWEN
(4.20, Goodwood) is still 5lb well in
today.
ONE TO SWERVE
ROBIN THE RAVEN (6.15,
Worcester) could be a short price
on his fencing debut. His two main
rivals have run more recently and
he has fallen over hurdles.
WIND SURGERY
GOODWOOD: High Command (4.55).
WORCESTER: Deauville Crystal
(6.15), Owners Day (8.45).
HORSES having their first runs for
new trainers.
BATH: 3.20 Flere Imsaho (T
Dascombe to Miss R Curtis).
GOODWOOD: 4.55 High Command
(R Varian to G L Moore).
HAYDOCK: 1.50 Onda District (R
Ford to Mrs Barclay), 4.05 Lady Grigio
(I Jardine to A Whillans).
PONTEFRACT: 6.30 Laqab (D Shaw
to I Furtado), 8.30 Island Flame (R
Fahey to J Butler), 8.30 Princess
Ophelia (M Appleby to D McCain), 8.30
Shes Queen (A Murray to Miss Amy
Murphy).
WORCESTER: 5.40 Monetaire
(Martin Wanless to W Wanless), 5.40
The Kvilleken (David Lewis to Miss
Hannah Taylor), 5.40 Vinnie Red (Sally
Randell to F O?Brien), 7.15 A Bold
Move (Christian Williams to A Ralph),
7.15 Steve Mequine (Mrs S Leech to
Katy Price), 7.45 Orchard Thieves
(Donnchadh Doyle to D Pipe), 8.15
Good Man Hughie (G L Moore to F
Brennan), 8.45 Dry Ol?party (P Hobbs
to W Kittow), 8.45 The Mistress (D
Skelton to Oliver Greenall).
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
BATH: F Marsh rides 2.10 Jashma for
R Hughes, previous combinations 2 wins
from 4 mounts 50% strike rate at course.
O Murphy rides 5.05 Handytalk for B
Millman, previous combinations 3 wins
from 7 mounts 43% strike rate at course.
GOODWOOD: Hollie Doyle rides 4.20
Pettochside, 5.25 Firenze Rosa for J
Bridger, previous combinations 2 wins
from 3 mounts 67% strike rate at
course. L Dettori rides 3.45 Main Street
for J Gosden, previous combinations 5
wins from 25 mounts 20% strike rate at
course.
HAYDOCK: P Hanagan rides 2.20
Absolute Dream, 2.55 Equitant, 4.40
Dubai Acclaim for R Fahey, previous
combinations 8 wins from 39 mounts
21% strike rate at course.
PONTEFRACT: P J McDonald rides
7.30 Victory Command for M Johnston,
previous combinations 2 wins from 8
mounts 25% strike rate at course.
C Beasley rides 6.30 Mr Cool Cash for
R C Guest, previous combinations 2
wins from 10 mounts 20% strike rate at
course.
BIGGEST EARNERS
BATH Upavon 2.10
�,872
GOODWOOD
Pastoral Player
2.35
�2,754
HAYDOCK Berlusca 1.50
�,267
PONTEFRACT
Singeur
8.00
�0,250
WORCESTER
Monetaire
5.40
�1,397
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
Portledge (2.35 GWO)
Lynwood Gold (3.45 GWO)
George Bowen (4.20 GWO)
Storm Warning (8.15 WOR)
Al Manhalah (2.45 BAT)
Juneau (3.20 BAT)
291miles
291miles
268miles
241miles
235miles
235miles
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Swiss Chime
Portledge
Odyssa
Highbrow
George Bowen (nb)
Pointel
Maygold
HANDICAP
3.10 FILLIES?
Class 4 3YO 1m (10 runners)
STAR TIP
2.00
2.35
3.10
3.45
4.20
4.55
5.25
Blame Roberta
Another Boy
Fille De Reve
Main Street
George Bowen (nb)
Uber Cool
Ellen Gates
STARFORM 2.20 (Haydock) Axel Jacklin, 4.20 George Bowen
(nb), 9.00 (Uttoxeter) Angels (nap)
CLOCKFORM 3.45 Highbrow 5pts win
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
2.00
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES
Class 5
2YO 5f (13 runners)
�528
1 (13)
10 BIG BOOTS (11)(BF,D,G) M Channon 9 9.............C Bishop ?99
2 (6)
FANCY FLYER D Ivory 9 2 ......................................R Hornby 74
3 (4)
IFYOUDONTMIND R Guest 9 2 .............................J Fanning 82
4 (11)
3 KAPONO (24) Miss Amy Murphy 9 2 ........................ G Mosse 83
5 (9)
MISTY BOY Adam West 9 2........................................J Quinn 74
6 (10)
MOVEONUP Miss G Kelleway 9 2 ......................... Fran Berry 74
7 (1)
SAEDI SHAAHD R Hughes 9 2 ......................... J P Spencer 75
8 (2)
UNCLE JERRY R Hughes 9 2 ................................ S W Kelly 71
9 (7)
6 ARISHKA (32) D Kubler 8 11................................G Downing 91
10 (8)
4 BLAME ROBERTA (31) R Cowell 8 11 ....................L Morris 96
11 (5)
HABANERA J S Moore 8 11 ............................... Hollie Doyle 67
12 (3)
42 SWISS CHIME (23) R Hannon 8 11 .........................P Dobbs 93
13(12) 50 TISNEVERENDING (56) J S Moore 8 11 .........T Marquand 88
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Swiss Chime, 7-2 Blame Roberta, 5 Big Boots,
7 Kapono, 10 Saedi Shaahd, 12 Arishka, 14 Uncle Jerry, 16 others.
2017: May Remain 9 2, J P Spencer 2-1 (P Cole), drawn (8), 9 ran.
STARFORM: SWISS CHIME DANGER: Kapono
1 (4) 2-41 ODYSSA (8)(D,G,S) R Hughes 9 10(6ex) .............. S W Kelly ?99
2 (10) 1-13 TALAAQY (15)(S) W Haggas 9 9.......................... J Crowley 95
3 (6) -01L HEART POWER (34)(D) I Mohammed 9 8............ T Queally 90
4 (9) 1-54 ZORAYA (15)(C,S)(H*) P Cole 9 8 .........................C Bishop 88
5 (3) 23-5 BUBBLE AND SQUEAK (37) S Kirk 9 7 .................L Morris 88
6 (1) 31-0 FILLE DE REVE (34)(A) Ed Walker 9 7 .............P Cosgrave 96
7 (5) 1215 NO MORE THRILLS (15)(A) R Hannon 9 6.....T Marquand 97
8 (2) 260- DAYBREAK (156) H Morrison 9 4...................C Bennett (3) 83
9 (8) U-01 INDISCRETION (51)(D2,A) J Portman 9 3 R Hornby 93
10 (7) 043- ADMIRED (219) Sir M Stoute 9 2 ..............................P Dobbs 98
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Admired, 4 Talaaqy, 13-2 Fille De Reve, 7 Bubble
And Squeak, 8 Odyssa, 10 No More Thrills, Heart Power, Daybreak, 12
others.
2017: Queen of Time 9 6, K Shoemark(3) 11-2 (H Candy), drawn (1),
10 ran.
STARFORM: TALAAQY DANGER: Odyssa
1 (4) 0-33 SEAPORT (112)(T) S Durack 7 9 11 ................ J P Spencer 91
2 (1) -601 UBER COOL (13)(G,S) J Chapple-Hyam 4 9 9 .......L Dettori 95
3 (2) 3-10 MEDBURN CUTLER (14)(D3,G,S)(P) P Hedger 8 9 9
J Crowley 96
4 (10) -342 GAVLAR (24)(CD,D3,A,G) W Knight 7 9 9...........J Fanning 98
5 (7) 330- HIGH COMMAND (275)(BF,A) G L Moore 5 9 8 S W Kelly 86
6 (8) 31/5 POINTEL (25)(G,S) J Fanshawe 5 9 8 .................D Muscutt 94
7 (5) 11-3 IMPHAL (14)(CD,D,A,F,G)(P) M Tregoning 4 9 8 T Saunders (7) ?99
8 (11) 1L-0 ARTY CAMPBELL (24)(D4,A,G,S) B J Llewellyn 8 9 7
C Bishop 91
9 (6) 04L- TREASURE THE RIDGE (J16)(A,G,S)(B) M Hill 9 8 12
M Dwyer 84
10 (3) 56-L KING CALYPSO (24)(D,A) D Coakley 7 8 5 ...........L Morris 85
11 (9) 3524 I?M A BELIEVER (14)(BF)(H) M Channon 4 8 5
Hollie Doyle 89
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Uber Cool, 9-2 Imphal, 5 Gavlar, Seaport, 10 High
Command, Pointel, Medburn Cutler, I?m A Believer, 20 others.
2017: Chartbreaker 6 9 3, Pat Cosgrave 16-1 (C Gordon), drawn (1),
8 ran.
COCKED HAT STAKES (LISTED)
3.45 EBF
Class 1 3YO 1m 3f (7 runners) �,520
9-1 (9-7) Edged right start, tracked
STARFORM POINTEL
leaders, no impression over 1f out, weakened
inside final furlong, 5th of 13, 9l behind Envoy (9-1) at Windsor 1m
3f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Apr.
Imphal 4-1 (8-13) Held up towards rear, headway over 1f out,
chased leaders inside final furlong, ran on, 3rd of 11, 1糽 behind
Sam Missile (9-1) at Ascot 2m app hcp 0-90 (3) gf.
Uber Cool 7-2 (9-6) Pressed leader, led over 1f out, stayed on,
comfortably, won at Haydock 1m 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf beating Melinoe
(9-10) by 1絣, 5 ran.
Gavlar 7-1 (9-0) Raced keenly in front, ridden over 1f out,
headed inside final furlong, stayed on same pace, no chance with
winner, held on for 2nd, 2nd of 12, 1緇 behind Amazing Red (9-6)
at Kempton 2m hcp 0-95 (3) pol.
Seaport 5-1 (10-2) Tracked leader, led over 2f out, headed inside
final furlong, faded, 3rd of 9, 4l behind Mambo Dancer (8-5) at
Wolverhampton 2m hcp 0-85 (4) in Feb.
High Command 4-1fav (9-6) In touch, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 10th of 12, 14l behind Velvet Revolution (9-3) at
Kempton 2m hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Aug.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(3)
1 ASPETAR (25)(G) R Charlton 9 0 .....................K Shoemark 95
(4) 6-21 BILLY RAY (26)(S) M Channon 9 0 ........................C Bishop 92
(6) 31-2 BOMBYX (35)(BF,S) J Fanshawe 9 0 ..................D Muscutt 97
(5) 31-3 HIGHBROW (20)(A) D M Simcock 9 0 ............. J P Spencer ?99
(7) 21-0 LYNWOOD GOLD (20)(G) M Johnston 9 0 ..........J Fanning 93
(2) 51-1 MAIN STREET (22)(A) J Gosden 9 0 .....................L Dettori 94
(1) 110 PERFECT ILLUSION (16)(A)(H) A Balding 9 0 ...R Hornby 96
Star Betting: ? 9-4 Highbrow, 5-2 Aspetar, 9-2 Main Street, 5
Lynwood Gold, 7 Bombyx, 20 Perfect Illusion, 25 Billy Ray.
2017: Khalidi 9 3, L Dettori 10-3 (J Gosden), drawn (3), 6 ran.
16-1 (9-0) Tracked leaders when
STARFORM HIGHBROW
groups merged over 2f out, ridden 2f out, stayed
on towards finish, 3rd of 8, 2絣 behind Key Victory (9-0) at
Newmarket 1m 2f 3yo lst stk (1) gd.
Bombyx 9-4fav (9-2) Keen close up, headway to chase leader
over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on one pace, 2nd of 6, 2糽
behind Rastrelli (9-5) at Newbury 1m 2f con stks (3) gs in Apr.
Aspetar 15-8fav (8-11) Slowly into stride, soon in touch in middivision, closed over 2f out, led over 1f out, clear inside final furlong,
easily, won at Windsor 1m 2f mdn stks (5) gd in Apr beating Shall
We Go Now (10-0) by 4絣, 12 ran.
STARFORM: POINTEL DANGER: Imphal
STARFORM: HIGHBROW DANGER: Bombyx
AGGREGATES HCAP
MATERIALS HANDICAP
2.35 RECYCLED/PRIMARY
Class 4 7f (11 runners)
�728
4.20 THAMES
Class 2 6f (7 runners)
1 (10) 3L52 CUSTARD THE DRAGON (21)(D7,A)(P) J Mackie 5 9 7 J Fanning 97
2 (4) 60-5 PASTORAL PLAYER (20)(CD2,D3,G) H Morrison 11 9 7
C Bennett (3) 86
3 (2) 0-50 BERKSHIRE BOY (23)(D,G,S)(B) A Balding 4 9 6... R Hornby 93
4 (11) 13-1 PORTLEDGE (24)(D2,A)(B) J Bethell 4 9 3 .... J P Spencer 93
5 (1) 06-6 PARNASSIAN (18)(A,G) Mrs A Perrett 4 9 3 ..........P Dobbs 93
6 (8) 031- DOURADO (200)(D3,A,G,S) P Chamings 4 9 2.. J Crowley 95
7 (5) 00-0 SIR TITAN (23)(D,A,G) M Tregoning 4 9 2 . Hayley Turner 97
8 (3) 4-0L EXECUTIVE FORCE (62)(S)(P) M Wigham 4 9 1 ...T Queally 83
9 (9) 03-2 ANOTHER BOY (25)(D2,G,S) R Beckett 5 8 11
Emma Wilkinson (7) 89
10 (7) -L23 MR TYRRELL (10) R Hannon 4 8 11 .................T Marquand ?99
11 (6) 6-04 SEA SHACK (51)(CD,S)(V) W Knight 4 8 7 ............L Morris 94
Star Betting: ? 4 Portledge, 9-2 Custard The Dragon, 13-2 Dourado,
7 Mr Tyrrell, Pastoral Player, 8 Another Boy, 10 others.
2017: Noble Peace 4 9 3, H Bentley 6-1 (H Candy), drawn (2), 12 ran.
STARFORM: PARNASSIAN DANGER: Dourado
HANDICAP
4.55 THAMESMATERIALS.COM
Class 4 2m (11 runners)
�728
�728
GOLF DAY HANDICAP
5.25 CHARITY
Class 5 3YO 5f (10 runners)
�,562
�175
1 (2) -011 CRYSTAL DEAUVILLE (9)(D3,A,F,S)(P,T)
Miss G Kelleway 9 11(6ex) C Noble (5) 93
2 (9) 32LL WIFF WAFF (55)(D2,A)(T) S C Williams 9 8 ........J Fanning 85
3 (10) -422 HAYLAH (9)(BF)(B*) R Hannon 9 7 ..................T Marquand ?99
4 (4) 21-3 THREE LITTLE BIRDS (23)(D,A) S Kirk 9 7 .........P Dobbs 87
5 (7) 33-4 SPANISH STAR (18) P Chamings 9 5 ........ T Saunders (7) 79
6 (6) 21-4 MAYGOLD (35)(BF,D,A) Ed Walker 9 4 ............P Cosgrave 90
7 (8) 30-4 BBOB ALULA (17) W G M Turner 9 4 ......................L Morris 73
8 (3) -L6L FIRENZE ROSA (18)(D,S) J Bridger 9 2 ......... Hollie Doyle 82
9 (1) 0422 ELLEN GATES (16) R Hughes 8 13 ...................... S W Kelly 91
10 (5) 006 FANTASTIC FLYER (13) D Ivory 8 7 ....................R Hornby 82
Star Betting: ? 4 Crystal Deauville, 5 Ellen Gates, Maygold, 11-2
Haylah, 8 Wiff Waff, Spanish Star, 10 Three Little Birds, Bbob Alula, 12
others.
2017: Rebecca Rocks 9 7, Pat Cosgrave 3-1 JtFav (H Candy), drawn
(8), 7 ran.
STARFORM: THREE LITTLE BIRDS DANGER: Ellen Gates
1 (4) -400 SOLAR FLAIR (7)(D2,A,G) W Knight 6 10 0 ....... J Crowley 92
2 (6) L-01 PETTOCHSIDE (20)(CD4,C,D5,A,G,S) J Bridger 9 9 11
Hollie Doyle 95
3 (1) 0421 GEORGE BOWEN (9)(D6,A,G)(V) R Fahey 6 9 11(6ex)
S Woods (5) ?99
4 (3) -545 RAUCOUS (14)(D2,A,G,S)(P,T) R Cowell 5 9 6 J P Spencer 92
5 (5) 0113 SPARKALOT (55)(BF,D4,A) S Dow 4 9 5 ..............L Morris 94
6 (2) 3-22 OPEN WIDE (11)(D2,F,G)(B,H) Mrs A Perrett 4 9 3 M Dwyer 98
7 (7) 241- LADY DANCEALOT (222)(CD,S) D Elsworth 3 8 0
Hayley Turner 97
LONG HANDICAP: Lady Dancealot 7-13.
Star Betting: ? 2 George Bowen, 4 Sparkalot, 5 Open Wide,
Pettochside, 7 Raucous, 12 Lady Dancealot, Solar Flair.
2017: Boy In The Bar 6 9 2, Josephine Gordon 6-1 (I Williams),
drawn (4), 13 ran.
STARFORM: GEORGE BOWEN DANGER: Open Wilde
HAYDOCK
HANDICAP
1.50 188BET
Class 5 1m 2f (10 runners)
1 (6)
2 (5)
3 (3)
4 (8)
5 (2)
6 (9)
7 (7)
8 (10)
�852
SHARP REPLY (25) Mohamed Moubarak 4 9 8.........A Kirby 94
MARYLEBONE (27)(A) D C Griffiths 5 9 7 .........S Donohoe 92
ICE CANYON (11)(P) W Brisbourne 4 9 6 ..........P Hanagan 93
ABEL TASMAN (13) Ed Walker 4 9 4 ......................L Keniry 94
ARCHIPELIGO (7)(D2,A,G) I Jardine 7 9 3 . J Gormley (5) 96
ONDA DISTRICT (657)(S) Mrs Barclay 6 9 2 ..C Rodriguez (3) 86
MAC O?POLO (22)(P) T Dascombe 4 9 2 .........R Kingscote ?99
QUOTELINE DIRECT (29)(D,G,S)(H) M Hammond 5 9 0
A Mullen 98
9 (4) 33L0 BERLUSCA (11)(C,D,A,G,S) David Loughnane 9 8 12 . D Allan 95
10 (1) 0-60 POPPYINTHEPARK (101)(P*) M Mullineaux 5 8 7
Phil Dennis (3) 93
LONG HANDICAP: Poppyinthepark 7-11.
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Archipeligo, 4 Abel Tasman, 5 Mac O?Polo, 7
Quoteline Direct, 8 Marylebone, Sharp Reply, 10 Berlusca, 12 Onda
District, Ice Canyon, 50 Poppyinthepark.
2017: Captain Courageous 4 9 7, R Kingscote 9-2 (Ed Walker),
drawn (4), 10 ran.
STARFORM: ICE CANYON DANGER: Quoteline Direct
5L4
0-L0
300L
-020
6405
633/
2-45
12-0
BRITISH EBF NOVICE STAKES
2.20 188BET
Class 4 2YO 6f (9 runners)
�469
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(6)
ABSOLUTE DREAM R Fahey 9 2 ........................P Hanagan 89
(1)
ARTHUR KITT T Dascombe 9 2........................R Kingscote 81
(3)
62 AXEL JACKLIN (8) M Johnston 9 2 .........................A Atzeni 97
(4)
BOB THE BRUCE David Loughnane 9 2 ............. Ben Curtis 67
(8)
33 FIVE AMARONES (18) T Dascombe 9 2 ................M Harley 93
(9)
GOOD FORTUNE C Appleby 9 2 ...............................W Buick ?99
(2)
03 MINAS GERAIS (18) K Ryan 9 2 ............................. T Eaves 91
(7)
MOOR TOP Jennie Candlish 9 2................................A Mullen 77
(5)
NAPANOOK B Meehan 9 2 .......................................D O?Neill 76
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Axel Jacklin, 3 Good Fortune, 5 Minas Gerais, 6
Absolute Dream, 7 Arthur Kitt, 10 Five Amarones, 12 Napanook, 25 Moor
Top, 33 Bob The Bruce.
2017: Finniston Farm 9 2, R Kingscote 10-1 (T Dascombe), drawn
(6), 11 ran.
STARFORM: AXEL JACKLIN DANGER: Minas Gerais
2.55
188BET MOBILE BET10 GET20 HCAP
Class 4
3YO 6f (12 runners)
�116
1 (3) 10-0 GINBAR (16)(CD,D,S)(P) T Dascombe 9 11 ...R Kingscote 92
2 (10) 15-3 PORCHY PARTY (16)(S)(P) T Dascombe 9 10 .....M Harley 90
3 (9) 2-20 CENTRAL CITY (22)(D,A)(P) H Palmer 9 10
Josephine Gordon 97
4 (11) 2220 MONTAGUE (9)(D,A) D O?Meara 9 10 ...... Daniel Tudhope 91
5 (12) 2-01 BAHUTA ACHA (18)(G,S) David Loughnane 9 7 . Ben Curtis 91
6 (2) 14-3 SHAHEEN (7)(D,G)(T) J J Quinn 9 7 ...........................J Hart 94
7 (1) 1213 SNAFFLED (24)(D2,A) D Brown 9 6 .......................A Mullen 90
8 (8) 36-5 EQUITANT (18)(G) R Fahey 9 5..........................P Hanagan 94
9 (7) -202 KALAGIA (7)(G) M Johnston 9 3 ...............................W Buick ?99
10 (5) 624- ROYAL RESIDENCE (156)(BF) J Tate 9 3 ..............D Allan 97
11 (6) 6-51 BEYOND EQUAL (8)(D,G) W Kittow 9 1(6ex)
David Egan (3) 97
12 (4) 656- QUAYSIDE (265)(D,S)(B) R Fahey 9 0 ............. T Hamilton 87
Star Betting: ? 9-2 Beyond Equal, 6 Ginbar, 7 Porchy Party, Kalagia,
8 Bahuta Acha, 10 Shaheen, Royal Residence, Montague, Equitant, 12
others.
2017: El Hombre 9 9, R Scott(5) 9-2 (K Dalgleish), drawn (5), 13 ran.
STARFORM: GINBAR DANGER: Bahuta Acha
FILLIES? NOVICE STAKES (DIV 1)
3.30 188BET
Class 5 3YO 1m (9 runners)
�852
PATRICK WEAVER
1
2
3
4
5
(2) 15- ORSERA (202)(S) P Chapple-Hyam 9 7 ................J Mitchell 94
(6) 122- SHEPHERD MARKET (209)(S) C Cox 9 4...............A Kirby ?99
(9)
2 FELINE GROOVY (37) W Haggas 9 0 ...... Daniel Tudhope 90
(4)
5 INPROMPTU (23) R Varian 9 0.................................A Atzeni 88
(1)
KARLYHAMILTON(T*) David Loughnane 9 0
Ben Curtis 72
6 (5) 6-2 LABREGA (27) H Palmer 9 0 ................. Josephine Gordon 88
7 (7)
MYSTICAL MOON D C Griffiths 9 0.....................S Donohoe 57
8 (8)
4 NKOSIKAZI (35) B Meehan 9 0 ................................W Buick 88
9 (3)
5- WATHEEQA (219) R Varian 9 0...............................D O?Neill 88
Star Betting: ? 2 Shepherd Market, 11-4 Feline Groovy, 11-2 Orsera,
7 Labrega, 8 Nkosikazi, 10 Watheeqa, 14 Inpromptu, 50 Mystical Moon,
Karlyhamilton.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SHEPHERD MARKET DANGER: Orsera
Abel Tasman
Axel Jacklin
Equitant
Shepherd Market
Improve
No I?m Easy
Kodicat
Seaborough
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1 (3)
0-1 DANCE ON THE DAY (25)(A) T Dascombe 9 7
R Kingscote 94
2 (2) 66- BLACK LOTUS (221) C Wall 9 0 ....................... G Wood (3) 86
3 (7)
L DEAR BELOVED (27)(T) K Ryan 9 0 ...................... T Eaves 65
4 (4)
0 IMPROVE (36) W Haggas 9 0..................... Daniel Tudhope 84
5 (5)
0 INVINCIBLE PEACE (35)(T*) H Dunlop 9 0
P Hanagan 57
6 (1) 0-0 LADY GRIGIO (143) A Whillans 9 0 ........................A Mullen 77
7 (8)
MOJIKA R Varian 9 0 ..................................................A Atzeni ?99
8 (6) 0-0 NYALA (25) D Kubler 9 0 ..................................... T Hamilton 80
9 (9)
SHAMLAHAR S Crisford 9 0 ...................................J Mitchell 89
Star Betting: ? 2 Dance On The Day, 11-4 Mojika, 11-2 Improve, 6
Black Lotus, 8 Shamlahar, 14 Dear Beloved, 20 Invincible Peace, 25
Nyala, 33 Lady Grigio.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: DANCE ON THE DAY DANGER: Improve
FILLIES? HANDICAP
5.15 188BET
Class 5 7f (9 runners)
1
2
3
4
�116
ACROSS
DOWN
1 and 15 Across. Took 5-63 for Pakistan on
his 2010 Test debut at The Oval (5,4)
4. Melbourne ....., 2018 World Club
Challenge winners v. Leeds Rhinos (5)
7. Fabio ?, 2015 Vuelta a Espana winner (3)
8. Marcel Hirscher, for example (5)
9. Joseph ....., 1996 Olympic 3,000m
steeplechase gold medallist (5)
10. David ...., Catalans Dragons and Papua
New Guinea full-back (4)
11. Tomas ......, 1997, 1999 and 2001
World Championships decathlon gold
medallist (6)
14. Kirk ......, Hull FC centre; 2005 and 2016
Challenge Cup Final winner (6)
15. See 1 Across.
18 and 12 Down. South Africa and
Northampton Saints scrum-half (5,7)
20. Kemar ....., West Indies bowler; 2011 ODI
hat-trick taker v. the Netherlands (5)
21. Willie ..., Wigan centre/second rower (3)
22. See 5 Down.
23. See 19 Down.
1 and 3 Down. Pakistan Test cricket
wicketkeeper from 1967-84 (5,4)
2. Massadio ......., Newcastle United
defender signed from Nancy in 2013 (7)
3. See 1 Down.
4. Helena ......, 1986 and 1993 US Open
singles tennis runner-up (6)
5 and 22 Across. Estonian driver; 2018
Rally Argentina winner (3,5)
6 and 13 Down. Slovakia midfielder signed
by Napoli from Brescia in 2007 (5,6)
12. See 18 Across.
13. See 6 Down.
14. Type of sailing boat that competes
for the Volvo Ocean Race and
America?s Cup (5)
16. Itzik ....., Israel midfielder at Crystal
Palace in 1997-98 (5)
17. Steve ...., 1982 and 1986 Commonwealth
1,500m gold medallist (4)
19 and 23 Across. 2013 European Show
Jumping Championships Individual
silver and Team gold medallist (3,5)
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3
(3)
(1)
(2)
(4)
32L0
30-4
4460
3034
BROWN MEMORIAL HANDICAP
5.45 ALBERT
Class 5 3YO 1m 2f (11 runners) �852
1 (10)
2 (11)
3 (6)
4 (3)
5 (9)
6 (4)
7 (2)
8 (8)
9 (1)
DR RICHARD KIMBLE (10)(A) M Johnston 9 8.......A Kirby 95
PHOTONICS (170)(P*) H Palmer 9 8 .. Josephine Gordon 92
BLOORIEDOTCOM (14) P Chapple-Hyam 9 7 .....J Mitchell 83
HIGHLAND BOBBY (18)(S) D O?Meara 9 5 ..Daniel Tudhope 90
CHANTRESSE (24) K Burke 9 4 ............................. C Lee (3) 85
ADMIRAL SPICE (27)(P) T Dascombe 9 3 .....R Kingscote 88
SEABOROUGH (22) A King 9 3 ...............................M Harley ?99
MOM SAID (32) Ed Walker 9 3..................................L Keniry 85
SUPERSYMMETRY (10)(B*) David Loughnane 9 1
Ben Curtis 84
10 (7) 6-03 SPICE WAR (11) B Meehan 9 0 ................................W Buick 91
11 (5) 05-0 PENTLAND HILLS (31) C Wall 8 12 ................. G Wood (3) 84
Star Betting: ? 4 Spice War, 9-2 Seaborough, 5 Dr Richard Kimble,
6 Chantresse, Highland Bobby, 12 Admiral Spice, Pentland Hills, 14
Blooriedotcom, Mom Said, Photonics, 25 Supersymmetry.
2017: Dream Machine 9 4, L Steward 8-1 (M Bell), drawn (5), 9 ran.
STARFORM: DR RICHARD KIMBLE DGR: Highland Bobby
5
4
-4L3
06040-0
3-16
05-4
2-30
0L-2
60-0
-40L
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
15
14
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
�852
ASSANILKA (21)(A)(P) H Dunlop 4 9 11 ........R Kingscote 93
KODICAT (64)(G) K Ryan 4 9 7 ................................ T Eaves 95
ACADIAN ANGEL (21)(D,G) J J Quinn 4 9 7 .............J Hart 96
LITTLE MISS KODI (113)(D,G) D Loughnane 5 9 6
Ben Robinson (5) 90
5 (9) 24-0 MY GIRL MAISIE (33)(D2,G,S) R C Guest 4 9 4 C Lee (3) ?99
6 (5) 0-13 GRECIAN DIVINE (48)(A,S) J Tuite 4 9 3 ..............A Atzeni 92
7 (7) 2005 BUSH BEAUTY (11)(D,A,S) E Alston 7 8 13
R Dodsworth (7) 85
8 (6) 034- DASHING POET (170)(A) Mrs H Main 4 8 13 .. David Egan (3) 86
9 (8) 0-06 ISNTSHESOMETHING (22)(D3,A,G)(V) R C Guest 6 8 9
Ben Curtis 87
Star Betting: ? 10-3 Grecian Divine, 5 Dashing Poet, 6 Little Miss
Kodi, Acadian Angel, Kodicat, 8 Assanilka, 10 My Girl Maisie, 12
Isntshesomething, Bush Beauty.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: MY GIRL MAISIE DANGER: Assanilka
1 (11) 24-6 BOMBASTIC (14) E De Giles 9 8 ...................... C Shepherd 82
2 (3) 6-15 MOSALIM (21)(BF,A)(P*) W Haggas 9 8
Daniel Tudhope 96
3 (12) 10-6 NO I?M EASY (16)(BF,G) T Dascombe 9 7 .....R Kingscote 90
4 (13) 3410 MICHAEL CORLEONE (14)(A) M Meade 9 6 ..........A Kirby 90
5 (8) -323 BACACARAT (14) A Balding 9 6............................ D Probert 87
6 (10) 2-41 KNIGHTED (13)(D,G) K Ryan 9 5 ............................ T Eaves 96
7 (6) 54-0 NEERAAN (36)(P*) R Varian 9 5 .............................D O?Neill 96
8 (2) 2126 DUBAI ACCLAIM (21)(A) R Fahey 9 3 ..............P Hanagan 90
9 (7) 3-22 MAMETZ WOOD (36)(P) K Burke 9 2.................... C Lee (3) 96
10 (5) L-L0 ENZO (30)(D2,S) Ed Walker 9 1 ...............................L Keniry 86
11 (4) 30-5 COLLINGHAM PARK (27)(S) J O?Keeffe 9 1
J Garritty 86
12 (1) L432 DANZAY (7)(BF) M Johnston 8 11 ............................W Buick ?99
13 (9) 6314 HARBOUR PILOT (32)(D,A) David Loughnane 8 9
S Donohoe 94
Star Betting: ? 5 Bacacarat, 11-2 Knighted, 6 Mosalim, 7 No I?m
Easy, 8 Bombastic, 10 Danzay, Mametz Wood, 12 Michael Corleone,
Neeraan, 14 others.
2017: Sidewinder 9 4, R Kingscote 11-2 (T Dascombe), drawn (4), 10
ran.
STARFORM: MAMETZ WOOD DANGER: Bacacarat
SPORTWORD
Mac O?Polo
Five Amarones
Shaheen
Feline Groovy
Dance On The Day
Knighted
My Girl Maisie
Spice War
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
FILLIES? NOVICE STAKES (DIV 2)
4.05 188BET
Class 5 3YO 1m (9 runners)
�852
CASINO HANDICAP
4.40 188BET
Class 4 3YO 1m (13 runners)
STAR TIP
1.50
2.20
2.55
3.30
4.05
4.40
5.15
5.45
16
Brook eyes
Royal Ascot
? By NEIL RANDON
RICHARD HANNON
favours the Coronation
Stakes at Royal Ascot for
Billesdon Brook rather
than the Prix de Diane.
The 66-1 shock winner of
the Qipco 1000 Guineas
has either race as a target.
Hannon said: ?My
preference is the
Coronation, but I?d be very
happy to have a runner
with a good chance in the
Diane. She?s in great form.?
DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
BATH
WORCESTER
PATRICK WEAVER
Waseem Faris
New Queen
Juneau
Ynys Mon
Amberine
Belledesert
King Oswald
2.10
GOING: FIRM
STAR TIP
2.10
2.45
3.20
3.55
4.30
5.05
5.35
Powerful Dream
Country Rose
Dillie Dallie
Hua Hin
Napping
Leo Minor
Barrsbrook
OCTAGON CONSULTANCY HANDICAP
Class 5
6f (7 runners)
�752
1 (1) -204 JASHMA (11)(C,G,S)(B) R Hughes 4 9 8 Finley Marsh (5) 93
2 (4) /61- SECRETFACT (389)(C3,F,G,S) M Saunders 5 9 7
R Winston 98
3 (6) 213L UPAVON (17)(D10,0,A,G) A Carroll 8 9 5 ........... W Carson 96
4 (2) -L56 WASEEM FARIS (25)(CD,F,G,S) K C-Brown 9 9 5
J Watson (5) 93
5 (7) 1325 POWERFUL DREAM (9)(CD2,C,A,F)(P) R Harris 5 9 4
O Murphy ?99
6 (5) 6-00 SECRET POTION (10)(CD,C,G,S) R Harris 4 9 1
S Hitchcott 88
7 (3) 0552 EVERKYLLACHY (9)(C,D,G,S)(B) J S Moore 4 8 7
Nicola Currie (5) 91
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Jashma, 10-3 Everkyllachy, 4 Powerful Dream, 6
Secretfact, Upavon, 12 Secret Potion, 14 Waseem Faris.
2017: Powerful Dream 4 9 3, L Morris 7-1 (R Harris), drawn (2), 7 ran.
STARFORM: POWERFUL DREAM DANGER: Secretfact
2.45
EBF STALLIONS FILLIES? NOVICE STAKES
Class 4
2YO 5f (6 runners)
PATRICK WEAVER
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
�787
1
2
3
4
5
6
(3)
5 ADVENTUROUS GIRL (14) R Cowell 9 0..... E J Walsh (3) 93
(2)
40 AL MANHALAH (10) M Johnston 9 0......................J F Egan 91
(5)
2 COUNTRY ROSE (10) R Harris 9 0 ............................J Fahy 94
(6)
K CLUB R Hannon 9 0 ..............................................T Whelan 87
(4)
0 MAWDE (26) B Millman 9 0 ............................... J Watson (5) 91
(1)
2 NEW QUEEN (18) C Hills 9 0 ................................. O Murphy ?99
Star Betting: ? 6-4 New Queen, 5-2 Country Rose, 4 K Club, 13-2
Adventurous Girl, 12 Al Manhalah, 25 Mawde.
2017: Campion 9 0, P Dobbs 8-13 Fav (R Hannon), drawn (2), 6 ran.
STARFORM: NEW QUEEN DANGER: Adventurous Girl
NICHOLSON RIVERSIDE HCAP
3.20 CREST
Class 6 3YO 1m 2f (10 runners) �105
1 (5) 2022 JUNEAU (10) M Johnston 9 9...................................J F Egan ?99
2 (10) 4-00 DILLIE DALLIE (50)(V*) G Scott 9 7.................... O Murphy 88
3 (3) 0300 FROZEN BERE (21)(P*) G Baker 9 7 ....................T Whelan 82
4 (4) L0-0 RITHA (11) R Hannon 9 5 ............................ Rossa Ryan (5) 90
5 (1) -044 STORM JAZZ (3) R Brisland 9 5..................... N Garbutt (3) 84
6 (2) 03L- FLERE IMSAHO (226) Miss R Curtis 9 4 ........ J Watson (5) 86
7 (7) 60-0 RED MIRACLE (25)(B*,T*) B Millman 9 3 ........... W Carson 81
8 (8) 2330 SUMMER THUNDER (24)(P) P Cole 8 13 ..........R Da Silva 84
9 (6) 0-46 KINGFAST (21) David Dennis 8 12 ......................E Greatrex 82
10 (9) L-05 JUST RIGHT (123) J Flint 8 8 .....................................J Fahy 82
Star Betting: ? 2 Juneau, 4 Storm Jazz, 5 Dillie Dallie, 10 Summer
Thunder, Kingfast, 12 Frozen Bere, Ritha, 14 Others.
2017: Bayston Hill 9 7, D Muscutt 9-1 (M Usher), drawn (3), 13 ran.
STARFORM: JUNEAU DANGER: Ritha
STUDS EBF NOVICE STAKES
3.55 STALLION
Class 3 2YO 6f (6 runners)
�469
1
2
3
4
5
6
(3)
1 HUA HIN (34)(S)(T) R Hannon 9 8 .................. G Mahon (5) 88
(2)
BOA NOVA B Meehan 9 2 .......................................H Bentley 75
(4)
0 LAMMA ISLAND (35) J Hughes 9 2............... M Godwin (3) 59
(6)
SPIRIT OF MAY R Teal 9 2 ..........................................J Fahy 72
(1)
YELLOW FIRE M Johnston 9 2 .................................J F Egan 84
(5) 422 YNYS MON (15)(BF) C Hills 9 2............................ O Murphy ?99
Star Betting: ? 10-11 Ynys Mon, 3 Hua Hin, 5 Yellow Fire, 8 Boa
Nova, 16 Spirit Of May, 50 Lamma Island.
2017: Prince of The Dark 9 2, A Kirby 7-4 Fav (C Cox), drawn (2), 7 ran.
TARFORM: HUA HIN DANGER: Ynys Mon
CHURCH WASTE SOLUTIONS HCAP
4.30 MJClass
6 6f (13 runners)
�105
1 (6) 4461 NAPPING (9)(CD,F)(P) Olly Murphy 5 9 13(6ex) . R Winston ?99
2 (12) 0221 TOOLATETODELEGATE (9)(CD,A,F)(P,T) B Barr 4 9 9(6ex)
Finley Marsh (5) 98
3 (3) 000L COMPTON PRINCE (18)(CD2,C,D6,A,F,G)(B)
J Bradley 9 9 7 Rossa Ryan (5) 90
4 (13) 00-6 MYSTERIOUS GLANCE (102)(G)(H,P*)
Sarah Hollinshead 5 9 5 R Havlin 83
5 (10) 0-00 NUZHA (21)(A) A Newcombe 4 9 4 ................ E J Walsh (3) 86
6 (1) 45-0 SPITFIRE LIMITED (23)(BF) G Baker 4 9 3 ........T Whelan 85
7 (4) L-05 NORA BATT (13)(G,S) J W Nicholson (IRE) 5 9 2 J F Egan 87
8 (2) 345L MONARCH MAID (51)(D4,A,G) P Hiatt 7 9 1 ..... W Carson 86
9 (5) 5550 BURAUQ (18)(CD2,D2,A,G,S)(V) J Bradley 6 9 0. E Greatrex 86
10 (8) -653 GETTIN? LUCKY (22)(P) R Brisland 5 9 0 ..... G Malune (5) 92
11 (9) 0-00 DELAHAY (9)(B*) M Blanshard 4 9 0 .......Nicola Currie (5) 83
12(11) 0-L4 AMBERINE (9) M Saunders 4 9 0 .......................... O Murphy 93
13 (7) L5L0 RITAS LEGACY (18) R Brotherton 4 9 0.......... G Mahon (5) 85
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Napping, 4 Toolatetodelegate, 5 Gettin? Lucky, 8
Amberine, 10 Nuzha, Nora Batt, 12 Spitfire Limited, 14 others.
STARFORM: NAPPING DANGER: Toolatetodelegate
CHURCH PLANT & TRANSPORT HCAP
5.05 MJClass
4 5f (8 runners)
�531
1 (8) 24-5 HANDYTALK (23)(C,D,F,G) B Millman 5 9 7 ...... O Murphy 96
2 (4) 0332 LEO MINOR (20)(G) R Cowell 4 9 6 ............... E J Walsh (3) 94
3 (6) 4020 BELLEDESERT (13)(C3,F,G)(P) Steph Hollinshead 5 9 2
R Winston 90
4 (2) L350 UNION ROSE (86)(CD2,D2,A,G,S)(P) R Harris 6 9 0
S Hitchcott 89
5 (7) 1154 MIDNIGHTLY (15)(D4,A)(T) R Guest 4 8 12 .........R Havlin ?99
6 (5) L-0L FETHIYE BOY (21)(CD,D3,A,F,G) D Loughnane 4 8 12
E Greatrex 94
7 (1) 31-L EDGED OUT (21)(CD,C,D3,F,G,S) C Mason 8 8 9
Nicola Currie (5) 91
8 (3) 066- SILVERRICA (275)(C4,D3,F,G,S) M Saunders 8 8 4
J F Egan 94
Star Betting: ? 2 Leo Minor, 7-2 Midnightly, 5 Belledesert, 6
Handytalk, 10 Silverrica, Edged Out, 14 Union Rose, 16 Fethiye Boy.
STARFORM: BELLEDESERT DANGER: Midnightly
5.35
MOLSON GROUP HANDICAP
Class 6
1m (8 runners)
�105
1 (6) 1265 KING OSWALD (11)(D2,A,G)(P) J Unett 5 9 7 .. R Winston 88
2 (4) L522 BARRSBROOK (31) G L Moore 4 9 7 ................... O Murphy ?99
3 (3) 60-6 WAR OF SUCCESSION (105)(D,G) A Newcombe 4 9 4
G Malune (5) 92
4 (8) 4L-0 GREENVIEW PARADISE (97) B Barr 4 8 12........T Whelan 88
5 (1) 000- AQUA LIBRE (227)(A) Jennie Candlish 5 8 11 ..E Greatrex 91
6 (7) 6264 AYE AYE SKIPPER (51)(CD,D,A,F,G)(B) K C-Brown 8 8 9
R Havlin 95
7 (2) 4566 FEEL THE VIBES (41)(H*) M Blanshard 4 8 7
Nicola Currie (5) 83
8 (5) 500L LITTLE MISS TANGO (79) R Teal 4 8 7 ......... A Beech (7) 85
LONG HANDICAP: Feel The Vibes 8-5, Little Miss Tango 8-1.
Star Betting: ? 11-8 Barrsbrook, 4 King Oswald, 5 Aye Aye Skipper,
8 Feel The Vibes, War Of Succession, 12 Others.
STARFORM: KING OSWALD DGR: Greenview Paradise
PONTEFRACT
PATRICK WEAVER
Tagur
Azam
Victory Command (nap)
Tavener
Sempre Presto (treble)
Angels
7.30
Kings Academy
New Society
Celebrity Dancer
Liquid (nap)
Sempre Presto
Angels
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
PLACEPOT ALL SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS Left-hand very undulating and sharp track with
a run-in of about two furlongs. The finish is uphill and the sprint
course is quite stiff. Low numbers best but a quick break is
essential. Stalls today Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 51 winners, (17.8%
strike rate), +�.86, M Johnston 37, (18.3%), -�.08, T Easterby
23, (12.0%), -�.00, D O?Meara 15, (9.7%), -�.50.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) G Lee 23 winners, (10.0% strike
rate), -�.00, D Allan 21, (15.9%), +�.00, P J McDonald 20,
(11.1%), -�.76, P Mulrennan 20, (11.4%), -�.84.
6.30
ALAMO BUSINESS SYSTEMS HANDICAP
Class 5
1m (17 runners)
�881
1 (7) 4442 ZLATAN (10)(D3,G,S)(P) E De Giles 5 9 7 ..Nathan Evans 91
2 (10) P-06 HEIR OF EXCITEMENT (18)(G,S) K Ryan 4 9 6 .....S Gray 85
3 (3) 6532 ZESHOV (17)(BF,D2,G)(P) Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 4
Phil Dennis (3) 92
4 (2) 6L30 LAQAB (51)(A) I Furtado 5 9 2 ...................................D Nolan 89
5 (6) -L00 PUMAFLOR (14)(CD,D,G)(P,T) P Kirby 6 9 1 ........P Aspell 92
6 (8) 6-54 PLANETARIA (64)(D3,G,S) Julie Camacho 5 9 0.. P Mulrennan 95
7 (12) L-40 HANSEATIC (27)(D2,A,G,S)(T) M W Easterby 9 9 0
H Shaw (5) 87
8 (16) 46-0 PAROLE (27)(S) T Easterby 6 8 13 ... Rachel Richardson (3) 87
9 (9) 1104 TAGUR (17)(D2,A,S)(P) K Ryan 4 8 12.....................K Stott ?99
10 (4) 2-05 KINGS ACADEMY (34)(S) J Mackie 4 8 12 .................G Lee 87
11 (5) 42-0 TRINITY STAR (23)(CD2,D2,G)(B) K McLintock 7 8 11
J Gormley (5) 98
12(13) 0-00 MONT ROYAL (21)(D,G)(P*) O Pears 4 8 11 .......A Mullen 90
13(11) 6-50 BEVERLEY BULLET (23)(C,S)(P) L Mullaney 5 8 11
D Costello 85
14(14) -440 RONNIE THE ROOSTER (25)(D,A) J L Eyre 4 8 9 .D Allan 90
15 (1) 450- TOTALLY MAGIC (228)(D2,A,G) R M Whitaker 6 8 8
C Hardie 90
16(15) 4L-5 MR COOL CASH (28)(CD,D3,G,S) R C Guest 6 8 8
C Beasley 93
17(17) 32-2 ALMUNTHER (29)(BF)(T) M Hammond 5 8 7 .P J McDonald 84
LONG HANDICAP: Almunther 8-4.
Star Betting: ? 4 Zlatan, 15-2 Almunther, 8 Zeshov, 10 Ronnie The
Rooster, Kings Academy, 12 Tagur, Planetaria, Trinity Star, 14 others.
2017: Mon Beau Visage 4 9 7, D Tudhope 11-4 (D O?Meara), drawn
(2), 10 ran.
STARFORM: ZLATAN DANGER: Zeshov
HANDICAP
7.00 YORKSHIRE
Class 4 1m 4f (6 runners)
�469
1 (1) 5L-L CROQUEMBOUCHE (13)(CD,F,G)(P) E De Giles 9 9 7
C Shepherd 94
2 (4) 3102 AZAM (13)(A)(H,P) M Appleby 4 9 5 ................A Rawlinson 91
3 (6) 24-1 NEW SOCIETY (30)(D,G,S) J Bethell 4 9 4 . P J McDonald ?99
4 (5) L0-L DALSHAND (24) D O?Meara 5 9 2 .............................D Nolan 88
5 (2) 55-5 ALFRED RICHARDSON (13)(C,G)(P*) J J Davies 4 8 13
P Makin 92
6 (3) 0L-L ICEFALL (25)(CD,D2,G) T Easterby 5 8 10...............D Allan 97
Star Betting: ? 11-8 New Society, 3 Azam, 11-2 Alfred Richardson,
7 Croquembouche, 10 Dalshand, Icefall.
2017: Mutadaffeq 4 9 9, D Tudhope 3-1 Fav (D O?Meara), drawn (8),
12 ran.
STARFORM: NEW SOCIETY DANGER: Azam
YOUNGSTERS CONDITIONS STAKES
Class 2
2YO 6f (5 runners)
�,398
1 (4)
2 (1)
1 CELEBRITY DANCER (23)(C,S) K Ryan 9 6 ...........K Stott 97
1 NINETYTHREETWENTY (20)(G) R Fahey 9 6
P Hanagan 96
3 (2)
31 VICTORY COMMAND (6)(G) M Johnston 9 6
P J McDonald 91
4 (3)
3 THEGREATESTSHOWMAN (35) Miss Amy Murphy 9 2
D Costello ?99
5 (5)
LINCOLN PARK T Coyle 8 13 ..................................A Mullen ?
Star Betting: ? 2 Ninetythreetwenty, 9-4 Celebrity Dancer, 7-2 Victory
Command, 4 Thegreatestshowman, 25 Lincoln Park.
2017: Rufus King 9 2, P J McDonald 2-1 Fav (M Johnston), drawn
(5), 4 ran.
STARFORM: CELEBRITY DANCER DGR: Ninetythreetwenty
8.00
1 (1)
2 (11)
3 (5)
4 (4)
5 (8)
CONSTANT SECURITY SERVICES HCAP
Class 4
5f (11 runners)
�469
TAVENER (15)(D,A,G)(P) D C Griffiths 6 9 9 ............D Allan 89
PATRICK (17)(D,A,G) P Midgley 6 9 7 ............P Mulrennan 95
HENLEY (6)(D4,A,G,S) Miss T Waggott 6 9 6 .....B McHugh ?99
LIQUID (13)(D2,A,G) T D Barron 4 9 5 ......... P J McDonald 98
SINGEUR (20)(D10,0,A,F,G,S) Rebecca Bastiman 11 9 3
Phil Dennis (3) 92
6 (9) 55-0 MUSHARRIF (140)(D3,G,S) D Carroll 6 9 3 ........... T Eaves 94
7 (3) 213- ALSVINDER (164)(BF,D3,A) D O?Meara 5 9 2
Daniel Tudhope 97
8 (6) 0112 BOSHAM (11)(D8,A0,F,G)(B,T) M W Easterby 8 9 2
H Shaw (5) 96
9 (2) 6213 FOXTROT KNIGHT (17)(BF,CD,D4,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 6 9 1
Jane Elliott (5) 97
10 (7) 0L-0 CASE KEY (13)(D,G,S)(P) M Appleby 5 9 0 ..........A Mullen 90
11(10) 0-00 GRANDAD?S WORLD (17)(CD,C,G,S)(P) R Fahey 6 8 11
P Hanagan 98
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Alsvinder, 4 Bosham, 5 Foxtrot Knight, 7 Patrick,
8 Tavener, 12 Grandad?s World, Musharrif, Henley, Liquid, 20 others.
2017: Tumblewind 7 9 7, L Edmunds(5) 7-2 Fav (R M Whitaker),
drawn (3), 12 ran.
STARFORM: BOSHAM DANGER: Foxtrot Knight
5100
0-04
2-40
0600
05-0
CASINO FILLIES? HANDICAP
8.30 NAPOLEONS
Class 5 1m 2f (10 runners)
�881
1
2
3
4
5
(5)
(3)
(9)
(1)
(4)
SHE?S PUKKA (26)(S) I Jardine 4 10 0 ........................G Lee 90
LUCY?S LAW (279)(A) T Tate 4 9 12 ......................A Mullen 92
SAVANNAH MOON (23)(CD,S) K Ryan 4 9 12 .......K Stott ?99
INFLEXIBALL (29)(D2,S) J Mackie 6 9 3 ............... T Eaves 87
ISLAND FLAME (209)(D2,A,G,S) J Butler 5 9 1
Josephine Gordon 88
6 (2) 40L- PRINCESS OPHELIA (246) D McCain 4 9 0
P Mulrennan 85
7 (10) -063 SECRET LIGHTNING (83)(A,G,S)(P) M Appleby 6 8 13
Faye McManoman (7) 83
8 (6) 000 LOTS OV (18)(P) J Wainwright 4 8 12 ...........Nathan Evans 83
9 (7) 0-24 SHES QUEEN (33) Miss Amy Murphy 3 8 12 .......D Costello 91
10 (8) 440- SEMPRE PRESTO (223) R Fahey 3 8 11 ...........P Hanagan 92
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Savannah Moon, 5 Inflexiball, 6 Lucy?s Law, Shes
Queen, 7 Sempre Presto, 8 She?s Pukka, 10 Island Flame, 14 Secret
Lightning, 20 others.
2017: Bonnie Arlene 3 8 9, Franny Norton 10-3 (M Johnston), drawn
(6), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SHE?S PUKKA DANGER: Shes Queen
16-4
L3310-1
0-04
560-
SUTTON 80TH NOVICE STAKES
9.00 HAZEL
Class 5 6f (6 runners)
�881
1 (6) 12L4 BREAKING RECORDS (14)(A)(H) H Palmer 3 9 9
Josephine Gordon ?99
2 (2)
21 ANGELS (14)(D,G) T Easterby 3 9 4 ......... Daniel Tudhope 98
3 (4)
SILK MILL TWO R M Whitaker 3 9 2 .......................C Hardie 68
4 (1)
3- BEGGING BOWL (328) M W Easterby 3 8 11
Nathan Evans 94
5 (5)
L BLUELLA (25) O Pears 3 8 11 .................................A Mullen 74
6 (3)
SNOW DIAMOND K Burke 3 8 11 .................. P J McDonald 74
Star Betting: ? 8-11 Angels, 3 Breaking Records, 6 Begging Bowl, 10
Snow Diamond, 33 Silk Mill Two, Bluella.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: ANGELS DANGER: Breaking Records
5.40
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
8.15
8.45
Kit Barry
Robin The Raven
Marquis Of Carabas
Whitley Neill
The Bottom Bar
Anndarrow
Mirzam
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD-GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
GWILLAM?S OPEN HUNTERS? CHASE
5.40 MARY
Class 6 (16 fences) 2m 7f (11 run) �248
1 U11- ARTHUR?S SECRET (34)(S)(H) M H Weston 8 11 12
Miss A Banks (7) ?99
2 P-03 CYRIEN STAR (13)(D,S)(B) R Potter 11 11 10
Miss Emma Yardley (7) 94
3 11-3 KIT BARRY (21)(S) David Dando 10 11 10 . Charlie Dando (7) 95
4 PL-4 MASTER SUNRISE (21)(P) Mrs D Ralph 9 11 10..Mr James King 95
5 3-11 MONETAIRE (12)(G,S)(P) W Wanless 12 11 10 .....Mr Z Baker 96
6 44L- NO LIKEY (29)(G,S)(P,T) Mrs J Mansell 11 11 10.....Mr D Mansell 95
7 /1-4 OLD PRIDE (21)(G)(H) Mrs D Ralph 10 11 10 .. Mr Alex Edwards 97
8 0P-6 THE KVILLEKEN (18)(G) Miss Hannah Taylor 10 11 10
Mr J Jeavons (7) 93
9 P/PP TURNOVER (13) Joanne Bowkett 11 11 10 ....Mr P Berkins (7) 89
10 /3-R VINNIE RED (19)(BF,G,S)(T) F O?Brien 9 11 10
Mr Thomas O?Brien 96
11 33-2 MIRS CHOICE (19)(P*) Mrs S Bowen 8 11 3 ...Miss S Bowen (7) 96
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Vinnie Red, 3 Arthur?s Secret, 5 Kit Barry, 7
Master Sunrise, 8 Monetaire, Old Pride, 12 Mirs Choice, 14 No Likey, 33
others.
2017: Rye Cross 10 11 10, Mr S Jukes(7) 4-1 (Miss E Alvis), 6 ran.
STARFORM: ARTHURS SECRET DANGER: Old Pride
FARLEY BIRTHDAY NOVICES? CHASE
6.15 PAUL
Class 4 (16 fences) 2m 7f (5 run) �614
1
2
3
4
DEFINATELY VINNIE (33)(G) Miss J Mathias 8 10 12 . C Ring (3) 83
JALEO (41)(S) B Pauling 6 10 12 ........................N De Boinville 95
ROBIN THE RAVEN (179)(G,S)(P,T) K Bailey 6 10 12 D Bass 96
THE EAGLEHASLANDED (104)(G,S)(B,T) P Nicholls 8 10 12
H Cobden 97
5 4PP- DEAUVILLE CRYSTAL (127)(S)(T) N Hawke 5 10 5 .. S Bowen ?99
Star Betting: ? 7-4 Robin The Raven, 9-4 The Eaglehaslanded,
Jaleo, 10 Deauville Crystal, 25 Definately Vinnie.
2017: Mr Mix 6 10 12, S Twiston-Davies 8-11 Fav (P Nicholls), 4 ran.
STARFORM: ROBIN THE RAVEN DANGER: Jaleo
4306203F16/P-
CIDER HANDICAP CHASE
6.45 MOLLY
Class 3 (13 fences) 2m 4f (11 run)
�153
1
50-2 VOIX D?EAU (12)(G,S)(P,T) H Fry 8 12 3
Miss A B O?Connor (7) 98
2 30-4 DIABLE DE SIVOLA (20)(G) N Williams 5 11 12 ..Lizzie Kelly (3) 91
3 L0-5 CASINO MARKETS (16)(CD,C,G,S) Emma Lavelle 10 11 9
N Scholfield 95
4 106- I?DLIKETHEOPTION (90)(G,S)(T) Jonjo O?Neill 7 11 9
A Coleman 91
5 646- NEWTON GERONIMO (230)(G)(H) B Pauling 9 11 8
N De Boinville ?99
6 LL-F MARQUIS OF CARABAS (17)(G) David Dennis 8 11 7...B Hughes 91
7 1L1- CONNA CROSS (46)(D,S) J Farrelly 7 11 6 .......... James Best 95
8 PF5- MONT ROYALE (29)(CD,G,S)(P,T*) Jonjo O?Neill 10 11 4
R McLernon 95
9 L3U- FLYING EAGLE (42)(S)(B,T) P Bowen 10 11 4 ......... S Bowen 93
10 P30- LORD BALLIM (74)(D2,G,S)(H,T) N Hawke 8 11 2..T Cannon 91
11 32L- FORT GABRIEL (231)(G) D Bridgwater 7 10 5 .. T Scudamore 89
Star Betting: ? 11-4 Voix D?Eau, 9-2 Conna Cross, 8 Diable De
Sivola, 10 Marquis Of Carabas, Casino Markets, I?dliketheoption, Flying
Eagle, Newton Geronimo, 12 others.
2017: One Term 10 11 3, A Wedge 9-2 (Miss R Curtis), 6 ran.
STARFORM: FLYING EAGLE DGR: Marquis Of Carabas
7.15
STAR TIP
6.30
7.00
7.30
8.00
8.30
9.00
Arthur?s Secret
The Eaglehaslanded
Diable De Sivola
Rebel Royal
The Bottom Bar
Anndarrow
Mrs Burbidge
STAR TIP
CELTIC MARCHES ?NAT HUNT? NOVS? HURDLE
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 4f (11 run)
�094
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
001- REBEL ROYAL (29)(G) D Skelton 5 11 5................... H Skelton 95
0/1- WHITLEY NEILL (31)(S)(T) D Pipe 6 11 5 ........ T Scudamore ?99
23P- A BOLD MOVE (182) A Ralph 8 10 12 ......................L Edwards 97
40-3 COMMODORE BARRY (15)(T*) K Bailey 5 10 12..........D Bass 93
6-R EARTH LEADER (9) P Nicholls 5 10 12...................... H Cobden 92
00P- HIDDEN IMPACT (162)(T) Miss R Curtis 7 10 12 ...... A Wedge 91
5 SPRINGBOK SEIA (12) Jonjo O?Neill 5 10 12 ......... A Coleman 91
L/L- STEVE MEQUINE (45)(T) Katy Price 5 10 12 ............... B Poste 69
L/ TIMES OF TROUBLE (897)(T*) Mrs F M Shaw 8 10 12 .. Mr M Legg (5) 55
/04- VICTARION (104) P Hobbs 6 10 12 ..........................R Johnson 96
PL-0 QUITE RIGHT (17)(H*) P Gundry 7 10 5...............N Scholfield 81
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Rebel Royal, 4 Whitley Neill, 9-2 Earth Leader, 6
Commodore Barry, 15-2 Victarion, 10 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: EARTH LEADER DANGER: Whitley Neill
7.45
THE WATERS NOVICES? HURDLE
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 7f (8 run)
BIRTHDAY HCAP HURDLE
8.15 MENDOLA?S
Class 5 (12 flights) 2m 7f (18 run) �119
1 /4F- SAUVIGNON (171)(BF)(H*) D Skelton 7 11 12 ........ H Skelton 97
2 112/ DUKE?S AFFAIR (905)(BF,G,S)(H) J Scott 10 11 11 M Griffiths 94
3 L0L- COISA BLANCO (75) Jonjo O?Neill 5 11 10 ........... R McLernon 89
4 02P- GOOD MAN HUGHIE (81)(BF,S) F Brennan 9 11 9 .C Shoemark 83
5 L0P- DEFINITE WINNER (69)(T) Katy Price 7 11 7 .............. B Poste 85
6 55-L PARWICH LEES (20) N Mulholland 6 11 6 .......... T Scudamore 89
7 00-6 WAIKIKI WAVES (16)(B*) G L Moore 5 11 6 .......J Bowen (3) 91
8 3L2- ANNDARROW (30)(BF) P Hobbs 5 11 5 ...................R Johnson 97
9 /54- TIR DUBH (30)(CD,G)(P) Robert Stephens 9 11 5..T J O?Brien 97
10 45-3 DALKADAM (12)(S)(T) J R Jenkins 7 11 4 .................. A Wedge 88
11 00P- BAIHAS (89) N Mulholland 8 11 2 ............................... R T Dunne 89
12 P5L- STORM WARNING (184) T Reed 6 11 1 ...........H Beswick (7) 89
13 5L-0 ROBIN DE BROOME (16)(P*) B Barr 6 11 1 ........T Garner (3) 81
14 LL2- BERMEO (31)(CD,G)(B) J Farrelly 7 11 0 ...................T Cannon ?99
15 F5-5 ADMIRAL BLAKE (12)(S)(T) Mrs L Young 11 10 10 .H Reed (5) 82
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
CRICKET: FIRST TEST
JUST WATCH IT
Pakistan probed for breaking ban
PAKISTAN could be punished
for breaching anti-corruption
rules after two of their stars
wore banned Apple watches
on the opening day of the first
Test at Lord?s.
Joe Root?s England side were skittled for
184 as Pakistan, who closed on 50-1, took
control.
But the cricket was overshadowed by
batsmen Babar Azam and Asad Shafiq
wearing smart watches.
All communication devices, including
Apple watches, are banned from the
playing area and changing-rooms in
international cricket as they can be used
to connect to betting websites or even to
contact bookmakers.
Scandal
There was no suggestion of wrongdoing
yesterday. But Pakistan?s team management were approached by Peter O?Shea,
the International Cricket Council?s match
anti-corruption officer, at the close of
play.
Bowler Hasan Ali admitted: ?The
ACSU officer came to speak to us and
told us it?s not allowed to wear them, so
we won?t be wearing them.?
An ICC spokesman said: ?Apple watches
in any way connected to a phone or WiFi
or in any way capable of receiving comms
such as messages, are not allowed.? The
?
SHINING LIGHT:
But Alastair Cook
was bowled for 70
? by RODNEY WHITE
incident is embarrassing for Pakistan,
especially given Lord?s was the scene of
their darkest hour ? the 2010 spot-fixing
scandal.
Mohammad Amir, who took the wicket
of Alastair Cook yesterday, was banned
from cricket for five years and spent time
in jail for his part in the plot to bowl noballs to order.
Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt
and bowler Mohammad Asif were also
banned, with Butt also spending time in
jail for masterminding the plan.
But unless corruption officials find
firm evidence of any corrupt practices,
Babar and Shafiq are likely to face only
minimal sanctions, such as a fine.
Cook was the one shining light on
another black day for England yesterday.
After his dismal winter Cook made a
breezy 70 before being dismissed by
former Essex team-mate Amir, who has
now got him out six times in Tests
Otherwise, for all the talk of fresh starts
and an order reshuffle, there was no
improvement on the Ashes stuffing and
the series defeat in New Zealand.
Things were meant to be different at
Lord?s yesterday, especially against a
young and relatively inexperienced
Pakistan team.
Instead, a sell-out crowd was served
up more of the same old tripe as
England were bundled out
for just 184, their lowest
total in the first innings of
a home Test in nine years.
And the glaring batting
weaknesses that were
exposed time and again
last winter were on full
show again as the toothless Three Lions lost
their last five wickets
for 16 runs in 27 balls.
Cook struggled to
make the best of it.
He said: ?We were
probably 60 or 70
short on that wicket.
But with a five-day
Test match you
have a chance to
come back.
?It was a wicket
where if you missed
your length short
or full you got
punished, but
three of us got
bowled with a
bit of movement so there
was
clearly
something
in
there.?
FLYING START: McIlroy
? TENNIS
BRITISH No.3 Cameron
Norrie stunned John
Isner at the Lyon Open
yesterday to reach his
first ATP Tour
semi-final.
Norrie (below), 22,
beat the No.2 seed 7-6 6-4
and will now play
France?s Gilles Simon.
British No.1 Kyle
Edmund will face 19year-old Aussie Alex de
Minaur, world ranked
106, in the French Open
which starts in Paris
on Monday.
Yates hits
the skids
? CYCLING
SCOREBOARD
?
CAUGHT OUT:
Asad Shafiq and
Babar Azam (inset)
wear Apple watches
England won toss
ENGLAND 1st Innings
A Cook b Amir.................................
M Stoneman b Abbas ......................70
.4
J Root c Sarfraz b Hasan...........
.......4
D Malan c Sarfraz b Hasan ...........
....6
J Bairstow b Faheem .....................2
B Stokes lbw b Abbas.....................3 7
J Buttler c Shafiq b Hasan........... 8
D Bess c Shafiq b Abbas ........... ...14
.......5
M Wood c Amir b Hasan ...................7
S Broad lbw b Abbas ......................
J Anderson not out ...................... ..0
.....0
Extras b1 lb6 w1 nb1 ...................9
Total (58.2 overs)....................
184
Fall: 1-12 2-33 3-43 4-100 5-149
6-168 7-168 8-180 9-180.
Bowling: Mohammad Amir 14-341-1. Mohammad Abbas 14-7-23
-4.
Hasan Ali 15.2-2-51-4. Faheem Ashraf
9-2-28-1. Shadab Khan 6-0-34-0.
PAKISTAN 1st Innings
Azhar Ali not out .............................18
Imam ul-Haq lbw b Broad ...........
......4
Haris Sohail not out ......................
..21
Extras lb7 ....................................7
Total 1 wkt (23 overs)...............
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Fall: 1-12. Bowling: Anderson 5-211-0. Broad 7-4-10-1. Wood 6-3-9-0
.
Stokes 4-2-9-0. Bess 1-0-4-0.
Umpires: Rod Tucker (Austra
lia)
and Paul Reiffel (Australia).
Resumes today at 11am
? by IAIN STEWART
two shots behind Danish leader
Lucas Bjerregaard and in a pack
including England?s Richard
Bland, Matthew Fitzpatrick and
Sam Horsfield, with Chris Paisley
and Bradley Dredge a shot behind.
European No.1 Tommy
Fleetwood was four off the lead,
while local hero Paul Casey could
manage only a level-par 72.
McIlroy was beaming. ?To shoot
a 67 to start off is great,? he said.
?I played a lot better than I have
in the last couple of weeks.
?Good shots, better drives,
I putted well for the main part ? if
I can do more of the same over
the next three days I should have
a decent chance.
?After this I have a few big
tournaments in the States and a
very busy summer with a lot of
important stuff.?
Birdie
It could have been even
better but for a photographer?s
camera going off on his backswing as he played his second
shot to the par-five 18th.
McIlroy mishit his approach,
missed a three-foot birdie putt
SIMON YATES melted
in the mountains as his
Giro d?Italia lead was
halved to 28 seconds by
defending champion
Tom Dumoulin.
Yates cracked on the
climb to the finish of
yesterday?s 121-mile
stage, as Dumoulin
followed an attack from
Chris Froome.
Max Schachmann, of
Germany, won the stage
and Yates is now in
trouble with two more
mountain stages left.
Let?s do it
for Wane
? RUGBY LEAGUE
SEAN O?LOUGHLIN
has urged Wigan to ride
a wave of emotion all
the way to three titles.
The Warriors are still
reeling from the news
that coach Shaun Wane
is leaving at the end of
the season.
Wigan play at Hull KR
tonight and skipper
O?Loughlin said: ?The
best way to send him
off will be doing as well
as we can in all three
competitions.?
FOR FUN
Five-star Mac gets back in the swing
RORY McILROY is dreaming of a
golden summer after making his
best-ever start to the European
flagship BMW PGA Championship yesterday.
The Northern Irishman opened
with a five-under-par 67 at a damp
Wentworth, to set the standard
for what he hopes will be a stellar
2018.
It was one stroke better than
when he won the tournament in
2014, to spark an extraordinary
season when McIlroy won two
Majors and became world No.1.
Now ranked eighth after a
mixed start to 2018, he is sitting
Norrie on
the march
and gave the culprit a filthy
stare.
?It?s a tough enough golf shot
without something going off at
the top of your swing, but it
happens,? said McIlroy.
?I?m sure that he didn?t mean to
do it.?
Ian Poulter was also less than
happy after a 74, saying: ?I?m
extremely angry, I?m extremely
frustrated, I?m extremely
disappointed.
?Let?s just leave it at that
because if I use any other words
then I?m going to look like a
complete t**.?
Who hit a hat-trick for
Juventus in the
2017-18 Serie A home win
over Sassuolo?
In which event did GB
swimmer Michael
Jamieson win silver at the
2012 Olympics?
Which England U-19
cricketer against
Bangladesh in November,
2005 now plays rugby for
Wales and Scarlets?
Who hit a hat-trick for
England in the 2018
Women?s Six Nations
Championship win over Italy?
Which rider rode
fastest lap and won
the 2018 Spanish MotoGP?
A
B
C
D
E
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
RUGBY LEAGUE
CAS GET HOL
OF A LESSON
Super Saints are
on the march
by JULIE STOTT
CASTLEFORD
ST HELENS
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Rival blast in
Lew pay row
LEWIS HAMILTON?S
?grotesque? wage
demands are the reason
he has yet to agree a new
deal with Mercedes,
according to rival boss
Christian Horner.
Hamilton (inset) is
playing hardball with
Mercedes, insisting he is
in ?no rush? to extend his
contract which expires at
the end of the
season.
And although
Mercedes
bosses Toto
Wolff and Niki
Lauda are
confident of
keeping him,
Red Bull chief
Horner claims
doing so could
take an improvement
on the staggering
�m-a-season currently
on offer.
?I imagine a delay can
only involve money,? said
Horner, ahead of Sunday?s
Monaco Grand Prix.
?I should think it?s such
a grotesque amount of
? by SIMON CASS
money that Toto?s talking
about, it?s probably what?s
making his and Niki?s
eyes water.?
Wolff is fearful of forcing
the pace with both Ferrari
and Red Bull in the
market for a new driver.
Hamilton has work to do
if he is to be on pole in
Monte Carlo. Daniel
Ricciardo topped
the timesheets
in the
afternoon,
edging out
Red Bull
team-mate
Max Verstappen. Ferrari?s
Sebastian Vettel
was third with
Hamilton fourth.
Ferrari have been
ordered to use a
device to measure the
power their engines
produce in Sunday?s race.
Rival teams suspect they
broke the rules as Vettel
won the first two races in
Australia and Bahrain.
?
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JUSTIN HOLBROOK?S ruthless
Saints laid bare the challenge
of the tough-talking Tigers.
?
AGONY AND ECSTACY: Ryan
Morgan goes over for St Helens?
fifth try while Ben Barba (above)
makes a 50-yard solo dash to score
All the hype from the Cas camp this week
had been about bursting the bubble of the
leaders.
But a Cas side that had hammered champions Leeds last weekend found themselves
outclassed here.
They have still got two games in hand on
most other teams but this defeat leaves them
fifth, 10 points behind Saints.
Holbrook?s men meanwhile continue to
prove that they?re the real deal ? and far from
a one-man team.
Full-back Ben Barba has been grabbing all
the glory this season but he?s got a support
cast to die for.
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Annoyed
Hooker James Roby was once again sheer
class in his no-nonsense workaholic way.
But it was half-backs Danny Richardson and
Jonny Lomax who pulled all the strings in this
emphatic win.
Prop Kyle Amor also clearly had a point to prove
following his ban in the wake of the Challenge
Cup win over Cas two weeks ago.
Amor, who was annoyed that he was alleged to
have committed a crusher tackle, powered over
for a rare try after just two minutes.
Castleford replied with a touchdown from
Mike McMeeken but Amor?s effort had fired
up Saints to full throttle.
Barba raced 90 metres for a try, Lomax
sidestepped his way over the line and Dominique
Peyroux added another touchdown for a 22-4
half-time lead.
Ryan Morgan piled on the pressure with two
tries early in the second half and Theo Fages then
joined the scoring romp.
Cas finally came to life in the final quarter with
tries from Jy Hitchcox, Jake Trueman and Oliver
Holmes.
But it was too little too late and Lomax slapped
them back into place by putting over Fages for his
second try.
Jamie: I?ll mash ?Monster?
?
KEY BATTLE:
Inoue and
McDonnell yesterday
JAMIE McDONNELL believes
he will finally get the
worldwide recognition he
deserves if he upsets
Naoya Inoue today.
The Doncaster bantamweight puts his WBA
?regular? title on the line
against the Japanese
fighter in Tokyo.
McDonnell, 32, may be
more experienced and
four inches taller but he is
facing the fighter nicknamed
?the Monster?. Inoue, at 25, is
? by CHRIS McKENNA
already a two-weight world
champion and aims to add a third
in his 16th professional fight.
He has stopped 13 of his 15
victims and is regarded as one of
the best on the planet.
McDonnell, a former plasterer,
said: ?I?ve gone under the radar
the last couple of years but this
fight puts me right up there.
?When I beat Inoue everyone in
the world will know my name.
That?s given me the motivation to
make yet another successful
world title defence.
?I?ve prepared 12 hard weeks
for this fight. We had some time
in Dubai to help with the time
adjustments.?
The winner is set to be handed
a place in the lucrative World
Boxing Super Series tournament.
Already in the draw for the
second season, which will
include bantamweights, are WBA
?super? champion Ryan Burnett,
IBF title holder Manny Rodriguez
and WBO champion Zolani Tete.
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Jose lines up
�0m spree
JOSE MOURINHO is
plotting a �0m
spending spree before the
end of this month in a
bid to make Manchester
United winners again.
The Old Trafford boss
has targeted Tottenham
ace Toby Alderweireld
and Brazilian midfielder
Fred to bolster his squad.
Mourinho wants a
summer of upheaval
following United?s
poor season.
They failed to
win a trophy
and finished
19 points
behind
champions
and bitter
rivals
Manchester
City.
Mourinho wants
to land the pair before
the World Cup starts next
month. Talks are
advanced for both
players and a �.5m deal
with Shakhtar Donetsk
for defensive midfielder
Fred (above) is close.
The South American
had seemed destined to
join City in January as a
? by JEREMY CROSS
natural long-term
replacement for
Fernandinho.
But they were wary of
being lured into an
auction and boss Pep
Guardiola is expected to
sign Napoli star Jorginho
instead.
United hope to land
Belgium defender
Alderweireld for
around �m but
executive
vice-chairman
Ed Woodward
is bracing
himself for
some hard
negotiating
with Spurs
chairman
Daniel Levy.
They value their
centre-half in the �m
category Liverpool paid
for Virgil van Dijk.
But United will point
out that Alderweireld
will turn 30 next season
and has just 12 months
remaining on his current
deal, which has a clause
allowing him to leave for
�m next summer.
EVRA AND OUT
? by GEORGE SCOTT
PATRICE EVRA is following James Collins out of the
door at West Ham.
Collins, 34, played 214 times in two spells while
Evra, 37, played just five games after being handed
a short-term deal by former boss David Moyes. They
will leave when their contracts expire on June 30.
Hammers owners David Sullivan and David Gold
issued a joint statement hailing Collins ? just days
after he was told he was being dumped by email.
It said: ?We would like to place on record our
sincere thanks for the outstanding service James
has given West Ham down the years.
?His bravery and commitment were never in
question and he?s played his part in establishing the
club in the Premier League since his return in 2012.
?We appreciate just how popular James is among
supporters but, with the appointment of a new
manager, we felt together the time was right to go
our separate ways.?
Poch deal is
just Spur-fect
From Back Page
new long-term contract
approaching one of the
most significant periods
in the club?s history and
be the manager that will
lead this team into our
new world-class stadium.
?This is a special club.
We always strive to be
creative in the way we
work both on and off the
pitch and will continue
to stick to our
principles in
order to
achieve the
success this
club
deserves.?
Real were
top of a list
of suitors for
the former
Espanyol and
Southampton boss.
But he has signed on
until 2023 after being
promised big spending
money by chairman
Daniel Levy (inset)
despite the spiralling
cost of their move.
His new deal represents
a pay rise of around �
a year. Only Manchester
bosses Pep Guardiola and
Jose Mourinho earn
more.
Levy said: ?We have
been on an extraordinary
journey and the times
ahead look even more
exciting.
?Mauricio has fostered
an incredible spirit in the
team and has embraced a
style of play our fans
have loved watching.
?I know they will
welcome this
commitment.?
Spurs ? who
have aso
handed deals
to first-team
coaches
Jesus Perez,
Miguel
D?Agostino
and Toni
Jimenez ? are
preparing their
biggest spend yet.
Ajax defender Mathijs
De Ligt, Manchester
United forward Anthony
Martial and Cagliari
midfielder Nicolo Barella
are among the targets.
Toby Alderweireld,
Danny Rose, Mousa
Dembele and Moussa
Sissoko are likely to leave.
SERIOUSLY
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WORLD CUP
My missus
won?t be
Russian to
watch me
FABIAN DELPH admits
his wife felt like doing
backflips
when
she
heard he was heading to
the World Cup.
Not because he was getting the
chance to fulfil a childhood dream
? but because Delph wouldn?t be
hanging around their Cheshire
home watching the games on TV.
The England ace has revealed
that Natalie Delph and their two
daughters Sophia and Aleya hate
football.
And they couldn?t care less if he?s
won or lost at Manchester City. He
said: ?I was at home when I found
out I?d got picked. I got the text.
Buzzing
?Was I surprised? Not really. I
thought I had a good chance of
being involved, so I wouldn?t say
I was surprised. I was over the
moon.
?My oldest one was at school.
I?ve got two daughters, a baby
on the way and the missus ? and
they all hate football.
?They couldn?t care less. My
daughters are devastated I?m
going to be away. But the missus is
buzzing! She almost did a backflip!
?They?re great and I?d probably
SAYS FABIAN DELPH
? by JEREMY CROSS
tact with Southgate, though, and
admits the feeling of getting picked
prefer it to be like that. I finish a was in stark contrast to when he
game and whether I played well or was axed from Roy Hodgson?s final
didn?t, I can switch off.?
squad for Euro 2016.
An average close season for
Delph said: ?It?s like one extreme
family man Delph is spending to the other really. I played in most
time with his young kids.
of the England games in the buildBut he will instead be in Russia up to the Euros and I was quite
this summer with England after confident I would get a seat.
his surprise inclusion in Gareth
?With the first season at City
Southgate?s 23-man squad.
I wasn?t playing regularly, so
Delph has reinvented himself as I can completely understand why
a left-back and helped Pep I didn?t make the final squad.
And I was devastated.
Guardiola?s men storm to the
?But
I?ve
always
Premier League title.
spoken to Gareth. He
But he has not
has been fantastic
pulled on an Engwith me because
land shirt since
he?s always so
2015 due to a
succession of
open-minded
ill-timed
and knows
injuries and
what I can
since then
bring to the
the Three
table
in
terms
of
Lions have
had
three
being
a
different
team player.
?I
never
managers.
put too much
He was in
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constant conWith Guardiola
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I always focused on club football
and then when the internationals
came up I was fully focused on
that. But then I?d pull out with a
niggle and that seemed to happen
all the time.
?But I?ve always been in contact
with him (Gareth), so I always knew
I?d have a chance.
?It?s not really sunk in yet but
winning the Premier League and
being included in this World Cup
squad is huge for me.?
Forgot
The Yorkshireman will spend
the next two weeks packing his
bags for what will be the first
major tournament of his senior
career at the age of 28.
One thing the Bradford-born star
will be putting in his luggage will
be his favourite tea to remind him
of home.
He added: ?I met my wife in
Leeds and I?m from Bradford, so
there?s only Yorkshire tea bags in
my house. I forgot them once and
she rang me saying, ?You?ve forgot
your tea bags.? So yeah, I?ll be taking them to Russia 100 per cent.?
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WEMBLEY will NOT be renamed
if the �0m sale of the national
stadium is approved.
The FA faced a backlash after
opening talks with Fulham
owner Shahid Khan over selling
the home of English football.
Greg Clarke, the FA chief
executive, has written to the
members of the governing
body?s council to clarify the sale
and investing the bulk of the
money in grassroots football.
Ahead of a crucial meeting
next Tuesday, where there is
expected to be stiff opposition,
Clarke (inset) wrote: ?It?s
important to remember that the
FA did not own Wembley
Stadium before 1999, so
this is not a historic
situation we are
unwinding.
?There are few
national governing
bodies that own
and operate their
own stadiums.
We did not own
it in 1966 or
1996.
?The emotional
reactions and
arguments are
entirely understandable and that is why
it?s important that any
owner of Wembley
Stadium respects its role as
the home of English football.
?Many also argue that the real
?soul? of English football is in
clubs, leagues and volunteers
up and down the country and
that should be where The FA
should focus its investment.?
Clarke also reassured
members that current restrictions on naming rights, future
re-sale and usage would remain.
He also vowed key FA events
written in place would not clash
with the NFL fixtures of
Jacksonville Jaguars, who also
owned by American Khan.
He said: ?This is not a distress
sell. We must consider whether
it?s an opportunity worth taking.?
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9 Austin; 10 Shot; 12 Nish; 14 Pierce;
17 Relko; 18 Navas; 19 Pilgrims.
DOWN: 1 Davis; 2 Yedlin; 3 Duck;
4 Lamah; 5 Ed Barnard; 6 Northeast;
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Ryan?s
Ash lift
Baby dash for Lions star
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important than family to me.
We?re not 100 per cent
certain, because after the
game on the 28th there
might be an opportunity to
fly back and then get back
to Russia fast.
?Family always comes
first and always will. If I do
have the opportunity to get
back I will, but if not she?s
tough. She?ll deal with it.?
Delph?s World Cup
team-mate Phil Jones is
also expecting a child with
his wife Kaya in the next
fortnight. But if the baby is
late, he could also be in the
position of having to fly
back to England.
Southgate has treated
his stars like grown-ups
since taking charge and
has allowed them time
to socialise and go on
holiday in their downtime.
It has created a close
bond within the Three
WINNING
Lions camp and earned
TEAM: Delph
him a huge amount of
and wife Natalie
respect from his players.
THE NEW
MEET OUR NEW SQUAD MEMBER
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BACK ON DUTY:
Delph gets the
better of Thiago
Alcantara in a friendly
with Spain in Alicante
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? by ALEX BYWATER
ASHLEY WILLIAMS will
brush off his Everton woes
to lead Wales once again.
New Welsh boss Ryan
Giggs kept faith with
Williams, 33, who
retained the captain?s
armband for the China
Cup back in March.
But the defender didn?t
feature following that,
after being frozen out at
Goodison Park.
Sam Allardyce ? who
preferred Michael Keane
and Phil Jagielka at
centre-half ? has now been
axed as Everton boss to
throw Williams a potential
lifeline on Merseyside.
Marco Silva is expected
to take charge at the
Toffees in the next week.
And 78-times capped
Williams is set to skipper
his country against Mexico
in Pasadena in the early
hours of Tuesday morning.
Giggs said: ?Ash is the
captain and I?ve spoken to
him. He?s fine and has been
doing a lot of fitness work.
?The two games in China
did him the world of good.?
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DAVID
WOODS
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Blam
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WHO CALLS
SHOTS AT
GUNNERS?
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tony thfc glad to see
your still laughing can
only think it?s cause of your
predictions good job you
got a sense of humour mind
you what you text in about
spurs gonna do this spurs
gonna do that you
undoutably have a sense off
humour don?t know who the
biggest idiot his you or the
village idiot haha irons
irons. wham Bob
re tony of thfc... well
done on state of the art
training ground and best
ground..keep aiming for top
four..NFFC 4EVA - TETS
Always thought
moanrhino was an idiot
and now i read in the star
he?s been living in a hotel
for TWO years at �0 a
night, what a nutter. Frank
teb
England have as much
chance of winning da
world cup as real madrid
have of winning da champs
Lg. My suppt goes 2
germany evry time. Ynwa.
uncle snack
rooney got rid of big
sam wasted his time he
wasent good enough in his
last 3 years as a manc and
he s not good enough for
the toffees now in klopp and
sam we trust lfc rule. red
john
ref pep talk you forgot
to mention the other
record... you spent most
money to achieve it and as
for pep himself let him
manage a club without
money he wouldnt have a
clue hes only managed
money clubs. steptoe
got to agree with red
len and corby-h im not
a liverpool fan but i hope
they win champions
league,and oggy the goat
and carpark jeff are idiots
they must be everton
fans,got to be,c?mon the
pool. avay-toi
good luck to Fulham
Rotherham and
Coventry I?ve backed you in
a treble. Retford owl
get your money on
Ronaldo to score first,
real Madrid to win 3-1 it?s a
cert. Corby-h
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GUIDED TOUR:
Arsenal chief
executive Ivan Gazidis
(left) shows new
manager Unai Emery
the home dressing
room at the Emirates
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LINES
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?YOU don?t know who to
blame any more.?
Those were the wise words this week
from former Arsenal chairman Peter
Hill-Wood. After 31 years in the
Gunners hot-seat, Hill-Wood knows a
thing or two about the game.
And his point is that now it is almost
impossible to be sure who has the power
at a football club.
At Arsenal, following the appointment
of Unai Emery, the question remains:
Who will have been behind the transfer
when the club signs a player?
Chances are the driving force for all
future deals will be chief executive
Ivan Gazidis, head of recruitment
Sven Mislintat and head of football
relations Raul Sanllehi.
Certainly with Arsenal signing
ex-Borussia Dortmund players Henrikh
Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang, and also linked heavily
with Sokratis Papastathopoulos from
the same club, it seems Mislintat is
having the biggest say.
Don?t forget he was formerly
Dortmund?s director of football.
Once upon a time fans knew that the
manager was the one who had pinpointed a star and got the club to pay for him.
Certainly that was the case when
Arsene Wenger arrived in this country
22 years ago.
Now, when a signing flops, it must
sometimes be a nightmare when the
boss takes the flak and has to suck it all
up when all he really wants to say is,
?I didn?t want him in the first place.?
Foist
It is yet another sign of the charm and
romance going out of football. Yes,
chairmen have always meddled at clubs,
but now it is far beyond that.
You only have to look at another club
from the capital in Chelsea. Their
approach seems to be to appoint a new
manager, let him have some control for
Captain
Cahill is
my pick
a season then foist players on him he
does not want.
Antonio Conte has made no secret this
campaign of his frustration and anger
at not being allowed to sign the stars he
felt the club needed to mount a serious
defence of the title and compete also on
the Champions League stage.
He has wrestled with how much he
has been prepared to reveal about his
disappointments in the transfer market.
But he said plenty, most recently
speaking openly about the club not
having the same ambition as him after
Chelsea won the FA Cup last week.
Daring to lash out looks like to have
ensured Conte will be axed some time
over the next few days, despite winning
STARSPORT revealed Harry
Kane was likely to be
England?s World Cup
skipper back in March.
Kane is a thoroughly
decent guy, probably the
most approachable and
helpful top star on the
Premier League circuit.
But surely Chelsea?s Gary
Cahill, if he is picked in the
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the title then the Cup. There will be
some who feel for him.
But the thought of taking a year off,
while Roman Abramovich still pays
him �0,000-a-week as he runs down
his contract, must be extremely
appealing for the Italian.
His countryman, Roberto Di Matteo,
did just that after being axed in
November 2015, less than six months
after winning the Champions League.
Contacted during that time by a
Championship club to see if he fancied
taking over for a salary of � a year,
he apparently said something along the
lines of, ?Why should I work for
�,000-a-week, when I can play golf and
get paid �,000-a-week??
starting line-up ? which he
should be now following his
return to form ? is a better
bet for captain.
There?s all his experience
plus what he has done and
won during his six-year
career at Chelsea.
Blues skipper Cahill, 32, is
also an unassuming guy.
But with boss Gareth
Southgate bemoaning the
lack of players with winners?
medals in his squad, he
should take a look at Cahill.
Two Premier League titles,
two FA Cups, a League Cup,
a Champions League and
Europa League medal is
quite some haul.
And all that gives Cahill
plenty of gravitas.
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LEEDS have
linked-up up with
NFL giants the San
Francisco 49ers in a deal
that will provide boss
Paul Heckingbottom
with transfer funds.
ISTANBUL?S
Ataturk Olympic
Stadium ? scene of
Liverpool?s famous
2005 triumph ? will
host the 2020 Champions League final. That
year?s Europa League
final will be in
Poland?s Arena
Gdansk.
NEWCASTLE?S
�-rated midfield
star Mikel Merino is a
target for La Liga clubs
Athletic Bilbao and Real
Betis.
JACK ROSS will
raid his old club St
Mirren for veteran
keeper Craig Samson,
34, when he becomes
Sunderland boss.
WOLVES are set to
turn the loan spell
of Porto defender Willy
Boly into a �m
permanent deal.
SWANSEA are
close to appointing
Ostersunds boss
Graham Potter as
their new manager.
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PLAY-OFFS
WE?LL GET
NASTY
?
FIGHT CLUB:
Kevin McDonald
wants Fulham to show
they can mix it as well
as play good football
Kevin says pretty boys
can show mean streak
FULHAM midfielder Kevin
McDonald
has
warned
Aston Villa that even nice
guys have a nasty streak.
McDonald claims the Cottagers, who
have won fans all season with their
free-flowing football, play the best stuff
in the Championship.
But the Scottish midfielder reckons
they will show they have the steel to go
with the style in tomorrow?s Wembley
showdown.
McDonald said: ?We?ve got to have a
nasty streak about us.
?I?m sure Aston Villa will have that.
They will be up for the fight.
Expect
?We have to work hard to win the ball
back and be the first to the ball. It goes
a bit unnoticed but we press really
well. No one sees that because we are
on the ball a lot of the time.
?But we can?t turn up and expect to
be on the ball. If we do, we?ll get beat.
?We have to earn the right to play.
We have to have that fight and determination and do whatever it takes.
We will try to win it, keep it and
make them run. Tire them out.?
McDonald, 29, knows the play-off
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final could be Fulham?s last chance to
keep this team together with Premier
League vultures sniffing around.
Star man Ryan Sessegnon has a host
of suitors and manager Slavisa
Jokanovic emerged as a surprise contender for the Chelsea job this week.
McDonald said: ?It?s important the
manager stays, of course. He?s like us.
He wants to manage in the Premier
League. We want to play there.
?Ryan?s been fantastic this season.
He?s got the world at his feet. I?ve got
full confidence he will do it on the
big stage here.?
McDonald admits he wasn?t ready for
his last taste of the top-flight with
Burnley, where he was known as the
worst trainer in the team.
He even got fined by the Clarets for
walking out to go to the pub after being
substituted in a defeat by Manchester
City eight years ago.
McDonald added: ?I?m still the worst
trainer now ? ask the manager. That?s
not changed.
?But I wasn?t ready for the Premier
League back then. I was too young. I?ve
matured a bit now. I?ve played more
games and feel more ready than ever.?
Albert?s jig for victory
ALBERT ADOMAH is ready to put on
his dancing shoes if Aston Villa clinch
a Premier League prize at Wembley
tomorrow.
Adomah (inset) is known for throwing some shapes in the dressing room
and the winger confesses to being a
fan of Strictly Come Dancing.
He said: ?I watch Strictly. Hopefully,
one day when I retire you might see
me on there.
?I am not sure about the sequins. I
will wear a man suit. I am not sure
about that funny business.
?I like Strictly but I think my
moves would be a bit different. I am not sure if you
would call it the samba or
the tango. I think you
might call it the AA
dance.?
The Ghana international, Villa?s top scorer
with 15 goals this
season is confident Villa
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can overhaul a Fulham side who start
out as favourites.
Adomah, 30, added: ?Maybe I can
show a few moves if we come out on
top. Hopefully we can turn up on the
day and perform as a team. I think that
is the main thing.
?It?s two massive teams in the final
which is good. It?s going to be a tough
game, because there?s a lot of expectation on both sides.?
Villa can count upon the likes of
Premier League veterans John
Terry and Mile Jedinak.
Adomah
hopes
that
wealth of experience
stands them in good
stead.
He added: ?We?ve got
players who?ve been
there and won ? and
hopefully that?ll show
on the day.?
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DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL COUNTDOWN
? by CHRIS McKENNA
IN the little Senegal village
of Bambali, some 300 of
the 2,000 residents will sit
down in Liverpool shirts
tomorrow glued to the
Champions League Final.
Their hero Sadio Mane will be lining
up for the Reds as they take on Real
Madrid in Kiev.
?My family still live in the village,?
said Mane. ?My mum and my uncle.
They are all going to be watching.
?There are 2,000 in the village. I
bought 300 Liverpool jerseys to send to
the people so the fans can wear them
to watch the final.
?Nobody in the village will work
this day. I will be going back in the
summer after the World Cup and
hopefully I will be showing everyone a
winner?s medal.?
A few shirts for his fans is not the
only thing he has donated to his
hometown in southern Senegal.
Mane hasn?t lost touch with his roots
and is one of the most popular players
in Jurgen Klopp?s squad.
He is rarely seen without a smile,
whether it is at the club?s training
base of Melwood or at Anfield.
Quiet and unassuming are two words
constantly used to describe him but he
is a key part of a Liverpool deadly
attacking trio that has left defences all
across Europe suffering nightmares.
Now the former Southampton star
hopes he can complete a dream of
winning Europe?s most coveted trophy
for the first time.
Mane grew up watching Champions
League finals or any football he could
find on TV ? but one game stands out.
Drama
That is, naturally, the Champions
League final in 2005 or the ?Miracle of
Istanbul? as it is more widely known,
when the Reds came back from 3-0
down at half-time against AC Milan to
win on penalties.
Mane was just a teenager when he
tuned in to watch that final with
close friend Youssouph Diatta.
He actually grew up as a Barcelona
fan so he was enjoying it as a neutral
but his pal was far more invested in
the drama unfolding in Turkey.
Well at least he should have been.
?I remember AC Milan v Liverpool,?
Mane added. ?Liverpool were 3-0
down, then 3-3 and then penalties.
This was a big memory for me.
?I was watching in my village,
Bambali. I remember being with my
friend, a big friend of mine, and at 3-0
down he was completely out.
?He stopped watching until the end
and ran like crazy to get away. Then he
came back at the end and he could not
believe it.
?Even to this day he cannot believe
it. He came back after the game when
Liverpool had won.
?I was not supporting Liverpool at
this time. I was a Barcelona fan.
?If you had said then I would be
playing in the final I would say that
it is something incredible in my life.
Hopefully we are going to win.?
Mane, now 26, is still in touch with
his old friend and they spoke this
week.
A promise was made that the Reds
will try to avoid the drama of 13 years
ago so that this time his pal can make
it through the whole game.
?He asked me that
this time please do
not be
PUT YOUR
SHIRT ON
SADIO
Reds? Senegal idol
Mane is backed
by home support
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TURK THAT:
Liverpool players
celebrate their win
in Istanbul in 2005
3-0 down,? Mane added with a big
smile.
Of course, it will not just be in
Senegal that people are tuning in.
Millions around the world will be
watching to see if Real can win their
third Champions League in a row or if
the Reds can do it for the sixth time.
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ROMAN
CONQUEST:
Sadio Mane scores
in the second leg of
Liverpool?s semi-final
clash with Roma
?I cannot say most of the world wants
us to win because Real Madrid fans
will say otherwise,? said Mane.
?Maybe everyone who is not a Real
Madrid, Everton, Man Utd and Man
City fan.
?I think everyone else would like to
see Liverpool win the trophy. It would
be good for football. This kind of game
does not happen all the time. It is one
of the most important of a player?s
career.
?It won?t be easy. They have got the
experience and are one of the best
teams in the world, but we have got
quality and can beat any team.?
We?re all fired up Fer it
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SUITED AND BOOTED:
Casemiro, Ronaldo and
Marcelo leave Madrid yesterday
NACHO FERNANDEZ says his
Real Madrid team-mates will
embrace the pressure on
their shoulders.
Real have lifted the
Champions League in
three of the last four
years.
And the 12-time
champions start as
favourites when they
face Liverpool
tomorrow night.
Real defender Nacho
said: ?It?s true that in
this team there is always
pressure.
?But the challenge is very
nice. We will embrace that.
These days are the worst
because you really want the
match to come now.
?There is a lot of build-up.
To win 13 Champions Leagues
would be legendary.?
Nacho says his team-mates
need no introduction to
Liverpool?s dangermen.
He added: ?I really like
Liverpool?s way of playing
football and this season I?ve
seen them a lot.
?Roberto Firmino, Mo Salah
and Sadio Mane are all
incredible.?
Real Madrid flew out to Kiev
yesterday and boss Zinedine
Zidane repeated what he
has done with previous
Champions League finals by
calling up his entire squad.
The 24 first-team players will
be trimmed by six before the
match in order to comply with
UEFA?s demands.
DAILY STAR, Friday, May 25, 2018
Joey has
back pain
LIVERPOOL
TO WIN
11/10
? by TIM GRAY
FORMER Liverpool ace Joey
Jones is praying his old side?s
defensive frailties don?t come
back to haunt them in Kiev.
Liverpool have scored goals
for fun en route to the final.
But it?s at the other end of
the pitch where Jones fears
Real Madrid can damage
Jurgen Klopp?s men.
Jones, a European Cup
winner in 1977 and ?78, said:
?It?s just a bit worrying at the
back sometimes. They?ve got
one or two frailties there.
?But going forward they are
fantastic. I think everyone
enjoys watching Liverpool.
?Liverpool will play a high
tempo and I think they?ve got
a great chance if they do what
we did all those years ago.?
Klopp?s an
Ayre raiser
? by GEORGE SCOTT
THE man who lured Jurgen
Klopp to Anfield believes
Liverpool are fortunate to
have a ?unique? boss.
Former Reds chief executive
Ian Ayre helped bring the
German (pictured above
getting a kiss from a fan
yesterday) to the club in
October 2015.
He said: ?Jurgen is a unique
and special individual.
?What became evident very
quickly was how honest and
without ego he was. In this
sport that?s quite unusual.
?He?s the sort of person who
will defend his view but also
listen to other people?s views.
?He continues to move the
club forward and everybody
has huge admiration for him.
He?s a top coach to work with.?
Fekir?s on
the radar
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pipeline. Liverpool have been
monitoring Lyon?s attacking
midfielder this season and are
now ready to pounce.
The 24-year-old scored 22
goals to help fire his side into
the Champions League next
season, but he is keen on a
move to the Premier League.
Lyon are likely to demand up
to �m for the France ace.
He would further strengthen
Klopp?s attacking options with
the Liverpool manager looking
to get the deal done before the
World Cup begins.
The Reds have already agreed
a �.7m deal for midfielder
Naby Keita who will arrive from
Red Bull Leipzig next month.
Lucy bags
Euro glory
?
by TIM GRAY
Wolfsburg...1 Lyon..4
(AET: 0-0 at 90 mins)
HOLDERS Lyon won a record fifth
Women?s Champions League title
after fighting back to smash
Wolfsburg in extra time.
After 90 goalless minutes
Pernille Harder?s deflected shot
put Wolfsburg 1-0 up before
team-mate Alexandra Popp was
sent off for a second yellow card.
England star Lucy Bronze?s side
took full advantage with Amandine
Henry equalising before Eugenie
Le Sommer and Ada Hegerberg
added to the score.
Camille Abily?s fine low finish
made it 4-1 and after Lyon
stretched their unbeaten run to 41
consecutive games, Bronze said:
?I?d never played in a Champions
League final before and I really
wanted my hands on the trophy.
It?s the reason I came here.?
55
Mo in a cakewalk
? by CHRIS McKENNA
MO SALAH hopes beating Real Madrid will be a piece
of cake as Liverpool landed in Kiev last night.
Jurgen Klopp?s side touched down at the city?s
Mizhnarodnyy airport ahead of tomorrow?s
Champions League final.
Anfield hero Salah was handed a bunch of
flowers as soon as he stepped off the plane,
while Klopp and his players were presented
with traditional Ukrainian cakes.
The Kop boss is already planning to bolster
his squad for next
season with a
move for Lyon?s
Nabil Fekir in the
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Dummy
run for
Delph
? by JEREMY CROSS
GARETH SOUTHGATE
has given Fabian Delph
the green light to leave
England?s World Cup
campaign for the birth of
his third child.
The Manchester City
star?s wife Natalie is due
to give birth on June 30,
bang in the middle of the
tournament in Russia.
The Three Lions face
Belgium in their final
Group G clash
in Kaliningrad just
48 hours
earlier on
June 28.
England
then face
a last-16
game on
either July 2 or
July 3 should Southgate?s men reach the
knockout stages.
It means there could be
just a 72-hour window for
Delph to make the
four-hour journey back to
Manchester to be with his
wife if the baby arrives
on the expected date.
Delph said: ?I have
discussed it with Gareth
and he?s been fantastic.
There?s nothing more
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?
FLOWER SALAH:
Kop star in Kiev
with his bouquet
while (above) Klopp is
surprised with a cake
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Tottenham joy as
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? by PAUL BROWN
MAURICIO POCHETTINO ended doubts
over his future last night by signing a
new mega five-year deal at Tottenham.
The Argentinian manager?s contract worth �.5m
? �5m a year ? will see him become one of the
Premier League?s highest-paid bosses.
Pochettino?s commitment has ended
any talk he could walk out to join
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said: ?I?m honoured to have signed a
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,G) A Newcombe 4 9 4
G Malune (5) 92
4 (8) 4L-0 GREENVIEW PARADISE (97) B Barr 4 8 12........T Whelan 88
5 (1) 000- AQUA LIBRE (227)(A) Jennie Candlish 5 8 11 ..E Greatrex 91
6 (7) 6264 AYE AYE SKIPPER (51)(CD,D,A,F,G)(B) K C-Brown 8 8 9
R Havlin 95
7 (2) 4566 FEEL THE VIBES (41)(H*) M Blanshard 4 8 7
Nicola Currie (5) 83
8 (5) 500L LITTLE MISS TANGO (79) R Teal 4 8 7 ......... A Beech (7) 85
LONG HANDICAP: Feel The Vibes 8-5, Little Miss Tango 8-1.
Star Betting: ? 11-8 Barrsbrook, 4 King Oswald, 5 Aye Aye Skipper,
8 Feel The Vibes, War Of Succession, 12 Others.
STARFORM: KING OSWALD DGR: Greenview Paradise
PONTEFRACT
PATRICK WEAVER
Tagur
Azam
Victory Command (nap)
Tavener
Sempre Presto (treble)
Angels
7.30
Kings Academy
New Society
Celebrity Dancer
Liquid (nap)
Sempre Presto
Angels
GOING: GOOD TO FIRM
PLACEPOT ALL SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS Left-hand very undulating and sharp track with
a run-in of about two furlongs. The finish is uphill and the sprint
course is quite stiff. Low numbers best but a quick break is
essential. Stalls today Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 51 winners, (17.8%
strike rate), +�.86, M Johnston 37, (18.3%), -�.08, T Easterby
23, (12.0%), -�.00, D O?Meara 15, (9.7%), -�.50.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) G Lee 23 winners, (10.0% strike
rate), -�.00, D Allan 21, (15.9%), +�.00, P J McDonald 20,
(11.1%), -�.76, P Mulrennan 20, (11.4%), -�.84.
6.30
ALAMO BUSINESS SYSTEMS HANDICAP
Class 5
1m (17 runners)
�881
1 (7) 4442 ZLATAN (10)(D3,G,S)(P) E De Giles 5 9 7 ..Nathan Evans 91
2 (10) P-06 HEIR OF EXCITEMENT (18)(G,S) K Ryan 4 9 6 .....S Gray 85
3 (3) 6532 ZESHOV (17)(BF,D2,G)(P) Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 4
Phil Dennis (3) 92
4 (2) 6L30 LAQAB (51)(A) I Furtado 5 9 2 ...................................D Nolan 89
5 (6) -L00 PUMAFLOR (14)(CD,D,G)(P,T) P Kirby 6 9 1 ........P Aspell 92
6 (8) 6-54 PLANETARIA (64)(D3,G,S) Julie Camacho 5 9 0.. P Mulrennan 95
7 (12) L-40 HANSEATIC (27)(D2,A,G,S)(T) M W Easterby 9 9 0
H Shaw (5) 87
8 (16) 46-0 PAROLE (27)(S) T Easterby 6 8 13 ... Rachel Richardson (3) 87
9 (9) 1104 TAGUR (17)(D2,A,S)(P) K Ryan 4 8 12.....................K Stott ?99
10 (4) 2-05 KINGS ACADEMY (34)(S) J Mackie 4 8 12 .................G Lee 87
11 (5) 42-0 TRINITY STAR (23)(CD2,D2,G)(B) K McLintock 7 8 11
J Gormley (5) 98
12(13) 0-00 MONT ROYAL (21)(D,G)(P*) O Pears 4 8 11 .......A Mullen 90
13(11) 6-50 BEVERLEY BULLET (23)(C,S)(P) L Mullaney 5 8 11
D Costello 85
14(14) -440 RONNIE THE ROOSTER (25)(D,A) J L Eyre 4 8 9 .D Allan 90
15 (1) 450- TOTALLY MAGIC (228)(D2,A,G) R M Whitaker 6 8 8
C Hardie 90
16(15) 4L-5 MR COOL CASH (28)(CD,D3,G,S) R C Guest 6 8 8
C Beasley 93
17(17) 32-2 ALMUNTHER (29)(BF)(T) M Hammond 5 8 7 .P J McDonald 84
LONG HANDICAP: Almunther 8-4.
Star Betting: ? 4 Zlatan, 15-2 Almunther, 8 Zeshov, 10 Ronnie The
Rooster, Kings Academy, 12 Tagur, Planetaria, Trinity Star, 14 others.
2017: Mon Beau Visage 4 9 7, D Tudhope 11-4 (D O?Meara), drawn
(2), 10 ran.
STARFORM: ZLATAN DANGER: Zeshov
HANDICAP
7.00 YORKSHIRE
Class 4 1m 4f (6 runners)
�469
1 (1) 5L-L CROQUEMBOUCHE (13)(CD,F,G)(P) E De Giles 9 9 7
C Shepherd 94
2 (4) 3102 AZAM (13)(A)(H,P) M Appleby 4 9 5 ................A Rawlinson 91
3 (6) 24-1 NEW SOCIETY (30)(D,G,S) J Bethell 4 9 4 . P J McDonald ?99
4 (5) L0-L DALSHAND (24) D O?Meara 5 9 2 .............................D Nolan 88
5 (2) 55-5 ALFRED RICHARDSON (13)(C,G)(P*) J J Davies 4 8 13
P Makin 92
6 (3) 0L-L ICEFALL (25)(CD,D2,G) T Easterby 5 8 10...............D Allan 97
Star Betting: ? 11-8 New Society, 3 Azam, 11-2 Alfred Richardson,
7 Croquembouche, 10 Dalshand, Icefall.
2017: Mutadaffeq 4 9 9, D Tudhope 3-1 Fav (D O?Meara), drawn (8),
12 ran.
STARFORM: NEW SOCIETY DANGER: Azam
YOUNGSTERS CONDITIONS STAKES
Class 2
2YO 6f (5 runners)
�,398
1 (4)
2 (1)
1 CELEBRITY DANCER (23)(C,S) K Ryan 9 6 ...........K Stott 97
1 NINETYTHREETWENTY (20)(G) R Fahey 9 6
P Hanagan 96
3 (2)
31 VICTORY COMMAND (6)(G) M Johnston 9 6
P J McDonald 91
4 (3)
3 THEGREATESTSHOWMAN (35) Miss Amy Murphy 9 2
D Costello ?99
5 (5)
LINCOLN PARK T Coyle 8 13 ..................................A Mullen ?
Star Betting: ? 2 Ninetythreetwenty, 9-4 Celebrity Dancer, 7-2 Victory
Command, 4 Thegreatestshowman, 25 Lincoln Park.
2017: Rufus King 9 2, P J McDonald 2-1 Fav (M Johnston), drawn
(5), 4 ran.
STARFORM: CELEBRITY DANCER DGR: Ninetythreetwenty
8.00
1 (1)
2 (11)
3 (5)
4 (4)
5 (8)
CONSTANT SECURITY SERVICES HCAP
Class 4
5f (11 runners)
�469
TAVENER (15)(D,A,G)(P) D C Griffiths 6 9 9 ............D Allan 89
PATRICK (17)(D,A,G) P Midgley 6 9 7 ............P Mulrennan 95
HENLEY (6)(D4,A,G,S) Miss T Waggott 6 9 6 .....B McHugh ?99
LIQUID (13)(D2,A,G) T D Barron 4 9 5 ......... P J McDonald 98
SINGEUR (20)(D10,0,A,F,G,S) Rebecca Bastiman 11 9 3
Phil Dennis (3) 92
6 (9) 55-0 MUSHARRIF (140)(D3,G,S) D Carroll 6 9 3 ........... T Eaves 94
7 (3) 213- ALSVINDER (164)(BF,D3,A) D O?Meara 5 9 2
Daniel Tudhope 97
8 (6) 0112 BOSHAM (11)(D8,A0,F,G)(B,T) M W Easterby 8 9 2
H Shaw (5) 96
9 (2) 6213 FOXTROT KNIGHT (17)(BF,CD,D4,A,G,S) Mrs R Carr 6 9 1
Jane Elliott (5) 97
10 (7) 0L-0 CASE KEY (13)(D,G,S)(P) M Appleby 5 9 0 ..........A Mullen 90
11(10) 0-00 GRANDAD?S WORLD (17)(CD,C,G,S)(P) R Fahey 6 8 11
P Hanagan 98
Star Betting: ? 7-2 Alsvinder, 4 Bosham, 5 Foxtrot Knight, 7 Patrick,
8 Tavener, 12 Grandad?s World, Musharrif, Henley, Liquid, 20 others.
2017: Tumblewind 7 9 7, L Edmunds(5) 7-2 Fav (R M Whitaker),
drawn (3), 12 ran.
STARFORM: BOSHAM DANGER: Foxtrot Knight
5100
0-04
2-40
0600
05-0
CASINO FILLIES? HANDICAP
8.30 NAPOLEONS
Class 5 1m 2f (10 runners)
�881
1
2
3
4
5
(5)
(3)
(9)
(1)
(4)
SHE?S PUKKA (26)(S) I Jardine 4 10 0 ........................G Lee 90
LUCY?S LAW (279)(A) T Tate 4 9 12 ......................A Mullen 92
SAVANNAH MOON (23)(CD,S) K Ryan 4 9 12 .......K Stott ?99
INFLEXIBALL (29)(D2,S) J Mackie 6 9 3 ............... T Eaves 87
ISLAND FLAME (209)(D2,A,G,S) J Butler 5 9 1
Josephine Gordon 88
6 (2) 40L- PRINCESS OPHELIA (246) D McCain 4 9 0
P Mulrennan 85
7 (10) -063 SECRET LIGHTNING (83)(A,G,S)(P) M Appleby 6 8 13
Faye McManoman (7) 83
8 (6) 000 LOTS OV (18)(P) J Wainwright 4 8 12 ...........Nathan Evans 83
9 (7) 0-24 SHES QUEEN (33) Miss Amy Murphy 3 8 12 .......D Costello 91
10 (8) 440- SEMPRE PRESTO (223) R Fahey 3 8 11 ...........P Hanagan 92
Star Betting: ? 5-2 Savannah Moon, 5 Inflexiball, 6 Lucy?s Law, Shes
Queen, 7 Sempre Presto, 8 She?s Pukka, 10 Island Flame, 14 Secret
Lightning, 20 others.
2017: Bonnie Arlene 3 8 9, Franny Norton 10-3 (M Johnston), drawn
(6), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SHE?S PUKKA DANGER: Shes Queen
16-4
L3310-1
0-04
560-
SUTTON 80TH NOVICE STAKES
9.00 HAZEL
Class 5 6f (6 runners)
�881
1 (6) 12L4 BREAKING RECORDS (14)(A)(H) H Palmer 3 9 9
Josephine Gordon ?99
2 (2)
21 ANGELS (14)(D,G) T Easterby 3 9 4 ......... Daniel Tudhope 98
3 (4)
SILK MILL TWO R M Whitaker 3 9 2 .......................C Hardie 68
4 (1)
3- BEGGING BOWL (328) M W Easterby 3 8 11
Nathan Evans 94
5 (5)
L BLUELLA (25) O Pears 3 8 11 .................................A Mullen 74
6 (3)
SNOW DIAMOND K Burke 3 8 11 .................. P J McDonald 74
Star Betting: ? 8-11 Angels, 3 Breaking Records, 6 Begging Bowl, 10
Snow Diamond, 33 Silk Mill Two, Bluella.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: ANGELS DANGER: Breaking Records
5.40
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
8.15
8.45
Kit Barry
Robin The Raven
Marquis Of Carabas
Whitley Neill
The Bottom Bar
Anndarrow
Mirzam
ALL THE
Aces
GOING: GOOD-GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
GWILLAM?S OPEN HUNTERS? CHASE
5.40 MARY
Class 6 (16 fences) 2m 7f (11 run) �248
1 U11- ARTHUR?S SECRET (34)(S)(H) M H Weston 8 11 12
Miss A Banks (7) ?99
2 P-03 CYRIEN STAR (13)(D,S)(B) R Potter 11 11 10
Miss Emma Yardley (7) 94
3 11-3 KIT BARRY (21)(S) David Dando 10 11 10 . Charlie Dando (7
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