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DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
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LIKELY LADS AND LASSES?
GLAMOUR girl Jess and
careers adviser Dom got
engaged just three months
after they met on the show –
despite her being accused of
hooking up with “Muggy” Mike
after her early dumping from
the villa.
Against most fans’
expectations, they are
racing Olivia and Alex
to the first Love
Island marriage,
and plan to tie the
knot in Mykonos,
Greece, this
summer.
The pair had a
fake wedding in
swimwear live on
This Morning on
Valentine’s Day,
and Jess is also
appearing on
TLC’s Say Yes To
The Dress in June.
lasted
THE pair got together straight away,
the whole series and eventually won.
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split up just before Cara disco
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Natha
with
was pregnant
child.
After seven months apart,
they reunited and are now
parents to baby Freddie. The
couple have appeared on
Towie, are
about to
launch
their own
swimwear
business
and are
having a new
house built for
them.
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Camilla Thurlow
and Jamie Jewitt
HURRAH! A 2017
couple that are still
together! Camilla and
Jamie have kept a low
profile since the show,
preferring to concentrate
on charity work together.
But they are clearly
loved-up and their
Instagram pages are filled
with lovey-dovey pictures.
Jamie is also still
modelling for brands and
magazines.
THE fieriest Islanders on last
year’s show split in March after
being together for six months –
unfortunately as their own reality
show was being filmed.
Chris And Olivia: Crackin’ On
showed them moving in together
– and then moving on apart.
The hunk has since been
romantically linked to soap star
Georgia May Foote and Made In
Chelsea’s Emily
Blackwell but insists
he’s still single.
Meanwhile, Liv has
landed a string of
fashion and beauty
deals and got back with
her footballer ex
Bradley Dack.
LADIES’ man
“Muggy” Mike
shook up the
villa when he
arrived last year,
gaining his
nickname for
trying to steal
Olivia from
Chris.
He then got
together with
Tyla Carr and
was rumoured
to have romped
with Jess
Shears plus
presenter
Caroline Flack!
Since the
show ended,
he has
appeared on
Celebs Go
Dating where he
was once again
“muggy” to the
girls involved.
He is currently
dating Towie
beauty Megan
McKenna.
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
BBC One
6.00 Breakfast Latest headlines. (S)
9.15 Countryfile Spring Diaries
How satellite technology could save
lives in the Scottish Highlands. (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Featuring properties in Shropshire,
Derby and Cumbria. (AD) (W) (S)
11.00 Neighbourhood Blues (W)
11.45 Close Calls: On Camera
A hiker who fell, landing on rocks. (W)
12.15 Bargain Hunt Tim Wonnacott is
at Westpoint Exeter. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
1.00 BBC News At One, Weather
1.30 Regional News
1.45 Doctors After Zara has spent
weeks preparing for Joe’s school
charity ball, the arrival of a mysterious
woman gets tongues wagging. (W) (S)
2.15 Escape To The Country
Alistair Appleton helps a house
hunting couple find a country
home with a budget of £700,000 in
Buckinghamshire. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
3.00 Flog It! Anita Manning and
David Harper are in Reading where
items including a biscuit barrel shaped
like a Scottish curling stone. (R) (W)
3.45 Garden Rescue Charlie, David
and Harry compete to design a family
garden for a Cardiff couple, coming
up with ideas that blend spaces
for entertaining with room for two
growing children. (AD) (W) (S)
4.30 Hardball Quiz show. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News At Six, Weather
6.30 Regional News, Weather
hardball:
Ore Oduba
presents the
quiz show,
4.30pm
7
PM
8
PM
9
PM
10
PM
11
midnight
BBC Two
6.00 Flog It! Trade Secrets
Advice on making money from
antiques and collectibles. (R) (W) (S)
6.30 Countryfile Spring Diaries
Margherita Taylor visits Secret
World Wildlife Rescue Centre
in North Somerset. (R) (W) (S)
7.15 Garden Rescue (R) (W) (S)
8.00 Sign Zone: Love In The
Countryside (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
12.00 Perfection General knowledge
quiz, hosted by Nick Knowles. (R) (W)
12.45 FILM: Rio Conchos 1964
(PG) A Cavalry officer assembles
a mismatched band to recover
rifles stolen by a former general.
Western, with Richard Boone. (W) (S)
2.30 Ray Mears’ Northern
Wilderness The survival expert
follows in the footsteps of explorer
John Rae. (AD) (R) (W) (S)
3.30 Edwardian Farm (R) (W) (S)
4.30 Put Your Money Where Your
Mouth Is Katherine Higgins and Phil
Serrell visit a car-boot sale in West
Sussex, where he has his eye
on an old chimney pot. (R) (W) (S)
5.15 Antiques Road Trip
In Southport, Merseyside, Christina
Trevanion makes a purchase with a
Scouting connection. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Richard Osman’s House
Of Games Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.30 Curious Creatures
Hosted by Kate Humble. (W) (S)
Richard
Osman’s
House Of
Games:
Sally Lindsay
appears on
the quiz show,
6pm
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current
affairs and fashion news, as well as
showbiz stories, cooking and celebrity
gossip. With Lorraine Kelly. (W) (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and lifestyle features. (W) (S)
12.30 Loose Women With Danny
Wallace and Anastacia. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News
1.55 Regional News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
criminal barrister Robert Rinder
as he takes on real-life cases
in a studio courtroom. (R) (W) (S)
3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal
The dealers travel to Worcester,
where four silver snuff boxes attract
the attention of Jo Brayshaw, and Fay
Rutter and Peter Andrews encounter a
menagerie of antique animals. (R) (W)
3.59 ITV Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes in the
hope of winning the jackpot. (R) (W)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as four contestants answer
general knowledge questions
and work as a team to take on
ruthless quiz genius the Chaser
and secure a cash prize. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Regional News, Weather
6.30 ITV News, Weather
The Chase:
Bradley Walsh
invites another
group of
contestants
to test their
general
knowledge,
5pm
Channel 4
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R) (S)
6.45 The King Of Queens (R) (S)
7.10 The King Of Queens (R) (S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond
9.00 Frasier Comedy. (AD) (R) (S)
9.35 Frasier Comedy. (AD) (R) (S)
10.05 Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA The fiery chef
comes to the aid of Anthony Trobiano,
whose restaurant in Great Neck,
New York, is failing even though his
partner’s parents have given him their
life savings and he has taken out half
a million dollars in loans. (R) (S)
11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R)
12.00 Channel 4 News Summary
12.05 Coast Vs Country
Advice for newlyweds seeking a
home in East Sussex. (AD) (R) (S)
1.05 Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Henry Cole rescues a safe. (R) (S)
2.10 Countdown With guest Pam
Ayres in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun:
Summer Sun A woman who has
her heart set on moving to Mallorca.
4.00 The £100k Drop Two sets of
friends take part in the quiz show. (S)
5.00 Come Dine With Me
In Oxfordshire, four more contestants
try to host their way to the £1,000
prize in the dinner-party challenge. (R)
6.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Misbah finds out
the truth about Imran. (AD) (R) (S)
Countdown:
Nick Hewer
asks the
questions,
2.10pm
7.00 The One Show Matt Baker
and Alex Jones present the live
magazine, featuring celebrity chat
and stories of interest. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders Linda arranges
a memorial for Shakil but Carmel
refuses to attend, while Hayley
tries to blackmail Kat. (W) (S)
7.00 Mexico: Earth’s Festival
Of Life The deserts of Mexico’s
northern region, home to
animals like prairie dogs,
pygmy owls and aplomado
falcons that have adapted to
thrive in these arid conditions.
Last in the series. (R) (W) (S)
9.00 Ambulance The last
Saturday before Christmas is a
busy night for the West Midlands
Ambulance Service as controller
Suki has to prioritise stabbings
and reports of a drowning over
people like Betty, who needs
help getting up having fallen. (W)
9.00 Million Pound Menu
Up this week are Hollings, which
specialises in British chophouse
classics and the Cheese Wheel,
an Italian-inspired brand serving
fresh pasta direct from a cheese
wheel. Presented by Fred Sirieix.
9.00 Coronation Street
9.00 Humans
Michelle blames Steve for
Sci-fi drama set in a parallel
Robert’s departure and David
world. As Leo struggles to come
finally opens up to his family. (AD)
to terms with being human, Mattie
9.30 Britain’s Got Talent
takes him back to the Hawkins’
Results The voting public
home, where a surprise night
choose the two acts they want to
out allows them to confront their
go through to this year’s final. (S)
feelings for each other. (AD) (S)
10.00BBC News, Weather
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
10.00The League Of
Gentlemen The situation in
Royston Vasey reaches an earthshattering climax. (R) (W)
10.30Newsnight, Weather
Analysis of the day’s events,
presented by Emily Maitlis. (W)
10.00ITV News, Weather
All the latest headlines. (W) (S)
Channel 5
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff
Studio debate on the day’s news.
11.15 Nightmare Tenants, Slum
Landlords A tenant who refuses
to pay rent and makes money
by subletting the house. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A young man suffering from psoriasis
comes to the surgery. (AD) (R) (S)
1.10 Access Latest showbiz news.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours (AD) (S)
2.20 Celebrity 5 Go Barging
Penny Smith, Tony Christie, Tessa
Sanderson, Diarmuid Gavin and
Tom Conti tackle a new waterways
adventure on the Canal du Midi, a
17th-century feat of engineering. (R)
3.20 FILM: Dangerous
Company 2015 (PG) A successful
businesswoman has a charmed life –
a good career and a happy marriage
– until one day things start to unravel.
Thriller, starring Alicia Leigh Willis. (W)
5.00 5 News, Weather (S)
5.30 Neighbours Marisa is kicked off
the football team after Yashvi arranges
a mediation. Shane asks Leo to get
Marisa fired from Lassiter’s, while
Cassius attracts David’s eye. (R) (S)
6.00 Home And Away Dean is
questioned about Boyd’s shooting,
while Ben begins his new job and
ends up having a few drinks. (R) (S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
Traffic
Cops:
Jamie Theakston
presents a look
at real-life
situations
with the
police force,
7pm
7.00 Emmerdale Chas panics
7.00 Channel 4 News
7.00 Traffic Cops
when she realises her scan is
Including sport and weather. (S)
Officers are led on a chase
today, not tomorrow, and is
through Bradford as they pursue
unable to find Paddy. (AD) (W) (S)
a car stolen in Manchester by
7.30 Britain’s Got Talent
teenagers, while burglars who
Declan Donnelly presents as
have been targeting pensioners
another eight acts make their
are spotted in Halifax. (R) (S)
bid for the final. Only the most
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
impressive among them will
have a chance of performing
8.00 Britain’s Best Home
8.00 Springwatch 2018
8.00 Kirstie And Phil’s Love
8.00 Bad Tenants, Rogue
for royalty later this year. To
Cook Week five of the home
As the first week draws to a close,
It Or List It Phil Spencer
Landlords Previous stories,
add
to
the
tension,
judges
Simon
cooking contest sees the
Chris Packham and Michaela
and Kirstie Allsopp try to help
including an elderly couple whose
Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda
contestants starting out with
Strachan update on what has
a couple living in a flat on the
tenants stopped paying rent and
Holden and Alesha Dixon can still
dessert. The sweet dishes served
been happening on the live
River Thames in Central London.
moved in their friends and a boss
buzz off a disastrous contestant
to the judges include an ambitious
cameras from their base at the
Gareth wants a big family home
who came to regret letting out
at this point in the competition. (S)
chocolate charlotte. Hosted by
National Trust’s Sherborne
and Phil finds a detached house
his home to an employee. (S)
Claudia Winkleman. (S)
Park in Gloucestershire. (W) (S)
with a pool to tempt the family. (R)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
10.30Regional News, Weather
10.45Question Time
David Dimbleby takes the debate
to Perth in Scotland, with a
panel of politicians and other
guests facing topical questions
from the audience. (W) (S)
PM
12
TV GUIDE
11.45The Big Crash Diet
Experiment Dr Javid
Abdelmoneim teams up with
some of Britain’s top scientists
in a bold new experiment that
puts the latest research on crash
dieting to the test. (R) Followed by
Weather For The Week Ahead. (S)
12.50-6.00 BBC News Catch up
with the latest headlines. (W) (S)
9.00 Pompeii’s Final Hours:
New Evidence An investigation
of what happened on the eve
of the eruption, exploring
Vesuvius to uncover what could
have been happening in the
fateful moments before the
eruption. Continues tomorrow. (S)
10.00First Dates More singletons 10.00The World’s Toughest
arrive at the restaurant in search
Prison The workings of some
of romance, including barber and
of the most secure prisons in the
football fanatic Matt, who is paired
world, including a bomb-proof
with fellow hairdresser Adele,
jail in Maryland, as well as
10.35Regional News, Weather
while 23-year-old Max, who has
Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay
a passion for linguistics but can
and the Tower of London. (R) (S)
10.50Great Art Tim Marlow tells
never say the right thing. (AD) (S)
the story of Edouard Manet,
11.0524 Hours In Police
11.05Bellator MMA Fight
focusing on a landmark show
11.15The Drug Trial:
Custody The programme
Night Action from the
at the Royal Academy of Arts
Emergency At The Hospital
follows
a
major
surveillance
Bellator 200 card at SSE
displaying more than 50 portraits
On March 13, 2006, eight young
operation run by the Eastern
Arena in London, where
by the 19th-century painter – the
men took part in a clinical trial of
Region Special Operations Unit
Rafael Carvalho v Gegard
first time the artist’s portraiture
an experimental drug known as
against an organised crime gang
Mousasi for the middleweight
had been explored. (W) (S)
TGN1412. The drug was intended
behind a drugs supply line. Ten
to treat leukaemia but it went
simultaneous armed raids are
11.50Lethal Weapon
terribly wrong, leaving six of the
launched at dawn. (AD) (R) (S)
An argument on a construction
12.00 SuperCasino Viewers get the
volunteers fighting for their lives.
site leads to a fatality. Meanwhile,
chance to take part in live interactive
12.10
The Great British Sex
Riggs struggles to rekindle his
gaming, with an entertaining mix of
Survey (R) (S) 1.30 Carry On
12.15 The Bridge Swedish journalist
relationship with Molly. (R) (W) (S)
roulette-wheel spins and lively chat.
and radical left-wing expert Richard
Dahlqvist broadcasts live on the
internet. (R) 1.15 Sign Zone: My Year
With The Tribe (R) 2.15 Sign Zone:
Red Ape: Saving The Orangutan (R)
3.15-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
12.40 Jackpot247 Viewers are
offered the chance to participate
in live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00
ITV Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (SL) (W) (S)
Brussels: Inside The EU (AD) (R)
(SL) (S) 2.25 The Battle For Britain’s
Heroes (AD) (R) (SL) (S) 3.20
Best Laid Plans (AD) (R) (S)
4.15 My Kitchen Rules (R) (S)
5.10-6.00 Fifteen To One (R) (S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
3.10 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
(R) (S) 4.00 The Railways That
Built Britain With Chris Tarrant (R)
4.45 House Doctor (R) 5.10 Great
Scientists (R) 5.35 Wildlife SOS (R)
DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
TV GUIDE
5STAR
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Animals Make You Laugh
Out Loud 2 Compilation of clips. (S)
8.25 Dance Moms Abby returns.
9.10 According To Jim Comedy.
9.40 According To Jim Comedy.
10.05 8 Simple Rules Part three of
three. Jim falls for a PTA member. (S)
10.40 8 Simple Rules Kerry annoys
Bridget by dyeing her hair blonde. (S)
11.05 My Wife And Kids Sitcom. (S)
11.35 My Wife And Kids Sitcom. (S)
12.05 Police Interceptors Officers
race to bring three burglars to justice.
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! The enforcement agents
head to South London to recover
almost £10,000 from a debtor.
2.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents in Central London
try to recover almost £1,900. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace US comedy.
4.30 Will & Grace Starring Eric
McCormack and Debra Messing.
5.00 8 Simple Rules Kerry is
promoted to assistant manager at
a fast-food restaurant in the mall. (S)
5.30 8 Simple Rules Part one of
two. Bridget and Kerry are sent to
stay with their grandmother. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Shane asks Leo
to get Marisa fired from Lassiter’s. (R)
6.30 Home And Away Ebony digs
for information about Colby. (AD) (S)
7.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Stewart and Elmor attempt
to collect £5,000 owed by a debtor.
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Serving a writ issued for
the organiser of a music festival. (S)
9.00 Baby Ballroom
Warren welcomes back former pupil
Jamie and his new partner Paris. (S)
10.00 Empire Cookie and Lucious
prepare an online concert. (S)
11.00 Celebrity Ghost Hunt
Presented by Rylan Clark-Neal. (S)
12.00 Greatest Ever Celebrity
Wind Ups 1.00 Wentworth Prison
(AD) (S) 2.00 Wentworth Prison (AD)
(S) 3.00 Wentworth Prison (AD) (S)
3.50 Access 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Remington Steele Drama.
10.00 Law & Order The detectives
investigate a double murder. (S)
11.00 Longmire Crime drama.
12.00 Longmire Crime drama.
1.05 NCIS The team flies to Israel. (S)
2.00 NCIS Tony travels to North Africa
on the trail of missing agent Ziva,
but is taken hostage by terrorists in
Somalia and given an ultimatum. (AD)
3.00 Law & Order Police officer
Danny Pelham is murdered. (S)
4.00 Law & Order A journalist is
shot after writing a hard-hitting article
on the New York drugs scene and an
unexpected lead causes the officers
to re-examine a 20-year-old murder.
5.00 FILM: Broken Trust 2012 (15)
An attorney prepares to take on the
biggest case of her career against
a major pharmaceutical company,
only for the lawyer who taught
her everything she knows to be
kidnapped. Thriller, starring Laura
Vandervoort and Shawn Roberts. (S)
6.55 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS: Los Angeles The
team investigates when a discharged
marine is accused of beating a
Japanese tourist to death, having
already been linked with the rape
of a businessman’s daughter. (S)
8.00 NCIS: Los Angeles The team
investigates when a naval seaman
and an infamous arms dealer are
found dead near the Mexican border.
9.00 Law & Order: Los Angeles
A professional golfer is murdered,
leading the detectives to uncover the
shady dealings of a fellow sports star.
10.00 Grimm A creature is found
drowned in wet cement, putting Nick
and Hank on the trail of a trol. (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A teenage runaway is
sought in connection with the murder
of her neurotic, overbearing mother.
11.55 Longmire A farmer whose land
attracts treasure hunters is murdered.
1.10 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation (AD) (S) 2.05 CSI:
Miami (S) 3.05 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 4.006.00 Teleshopping. Home goods.
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Rio Conchos (1964) *** BBC2, 12.45pm
A routine western set just after the US Civil
War. A former colonel in Texas discovers that a
shipment of rifles stolen from a wagon train are
being sold to Apaches and fears for the safety
of the Texas settlers. When he realises the
weapons were sold by a former Confederate
soldier eager to keep the war going, he sets out
to recover them with a mismatched band of
men. Stars Warner Anderson, Richard Boone
and Edmond O’Brien.
Dangerous Company (2015) **
Channel 5, 3.20pm When a young woman
with a successful business and loving husband
starts forgetting things, misplacing her
belongings and failing to recognise her loved
ones, she fears she’s inherited the dementia
that killed her mother. But she may in fact be the
victim of a sinister plot in this thriller starring
Alicia Leigh Willis and Rick Ravanello.
Dessert comes first on the
menu tonight in Britain’s
Best Home Cook (8pm, BBC1),
when the contestants’ first task is
to put their spin on a pudding. The
Black Forest Gateau served up
by one cook looks delicious and
should stand them in good stead
to avoid the cook-off.
The next challenge is to invent
a sweet or savoury dish using
aubergine or tofu, although
nobody would thank you for
serving aubergine for pudding.
Those who don’t make the grade
have one last chance to impress
the judges with their take on a
classic oriental dish.
There’s more foodie action
on Million Pound Menu
(9pm, BBC2), in which Fred Sirieix
helps a pasta proprietor and a
seller of chophouse classics pitch
their business ideas to investors.
THE futuristic drama
Humans (9pm, Channel
4) continues with more clashes
between real people and the
robots they invented.
Human champion of the socalled “synths” Laura Hawkins,
asks Dr Neil Sommer for his help
in sussing out what top secret
Operation Basswood is all about,
but his response surprises her.
And computer genius Mattie and
n
Leo grow closer as he struggles to
accept that he’s really a human.
Fred Sirieix is one busy
guy, making his second TV
appearance of the night, here on
First Dates (10pm, Channel 4),
where more lovelorn candidates
pin their hopes for lasting love on
a blind date. It’s filmed with a light
touch, making it fun to hang out
with the singletons as they
experience first impressions and
negotiate awkward conversations.
Tonight, hairdressers Matt and
Adele are paired up, and Leora
hopes that Ben will be much
nicer than the cocky types she
usually dates.
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REGIONAL VARIATIONS
BBC1 Variations Wales: 1.30-1.45 BBC Wales Today,
Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today, Weather 10.3010.45 BBC Wales Today, Weather. Latest headlines.
BBC2 Variations Wales: 7.00 Glamorgan Coastal Lives.
Sir Brooke Boothby hands over the Fonmon estate to daughter
Aliki, cameras join rangers Paul and Louise in their duties at
Southerndown beach and follow the Vale’s brewery boys as
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JUST JANE
Dream babe’s a
real nightmare
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
My girl’s
turning
off pals
Sponger
daughter
too much
I’M losing old friends
by the dozen because
my new partner is so
outspoken and intense.
She is a great one for
a good cause. At the
moment, she’s up in
arms about lazy
politicians and plastic.
But while I find her
passion admirable, I’m
aware that people are
starting to drop us.
More than one mate
has complained she’s
too overwhelming and,
even a little boring.
This breaks my heart,
as she’s a really good
person underneath.
Recently she attacked
my old boss who runs
his own firm, accusing
him of underpaying
his staff and treating
them like slaves.
He hit the roof and
I had to apologise for
her. Now I realise that
he hasn’t invited me to
his annual summer
party, which is usually
the highlight of my
year.
What am I going
to do?
MY partner’s daughter
never stops asking for
handouts.
She’s an adult with a
husband and children, but
has no shame when it
comes to begging.
She works part-time but
can’t seem to manage her
income so, four days before
payday we’re asked for
anything between £100 and
£400 – and I’m sick of it.
I know that my partner
has paid off several big
bills recently too. What
really annoys me is that
when she gets a whisper
that we’re planning to book
a holiday cottage or go to a
restaurant, she rings and
asks if her gang can come.
Consequently, an Italian
meal goes from costing us
£40 for two to £200 for six
because they all have three
courses and drink wine.
Recently she’s asked if
we’d consider underwriting
her mortgage because
they’d like a bigger place.
This is the final straw as
far as I’m concerned, yet I
can’t trust my partner who
is as soft as butter.
MY girlfriend’s kinky
tastes are freaking me
out.
She likes to be spanked and
pushed to her very limits
whenever we make love.
She encourages me to insult her,
call her names and inflict real
pain. She loudly complains when
I’m too soft.
She screams that she needs to
“squeal” in order to function.
This just doesn’t come naturally
to me. It’s too strange, but I’m
afraid to speak out in case she
dumps me.
Sometimes she’ll turn up at my
flat in just a raincoat and high
heels – nothing underneath.
She pretends that she’s come to
interrogate me and I have to get
into role-play mode.
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JANE SAYS: You need to
be honest with your
girlfriend about balance.
Of course it’s good that
she has such a strong
social conscience and
interesting views, but
there is a time and a
place for everything.
Explain to her that you
would appreciate some
downtime; some silliness
and frivolity too.
Ban all political or
“heavy” conversation
for the time being and
maybe have a prearranged code word you
can utter whenever she
gets carried away?
Obviously you don’t
wish to stifle her passion
– or shut her up – but
you are entitled to speak
your mind too.
If she doesn’t like it,
and friends continue to
drop you, then maybe
you need to rethink this
whole situation.
WACKO
FREAKS
ME OUT
Duster
The other night she had me
stretched out on the bed – with
my wrists and ankles tied to the
metal posts – as she flicked me
with a feather duster.
Then out came the riding crop
and I freaked out. I ordered her to
untie me. She did and happily
took my place instead.
I just don’t know how I got
through the next few hours.
She had me doing things that I
never imagined possible.
I was finally allowed to fall
asleep in the early hours feeling
guilty, confused and exhausted.
But, the next morning, she was
all smiles. As the weather was
nice she suggested a romantic
picnic down by the river with a
movie to follow.
I’d hate for her to tell anyone
that I’m a wimp who can’t keep
SQUEAL APPEAL: Wild saucepot’s into spanking and role play but it’s just not my cup of tea
up. She’s a bit of a player and
dated many other guys before me.
She often brags about her sexual
history and it’s enough to make
my hair curl.
We’ve been together for a few
months and she’s the most attractive girl I’ve ever been out with.
But dating her is complicated
and I worry about what might lie
ahead. Is she going to calm down
or will things become even more
physical and intense in time?
JANE SAYS: Your girl may well be
attractive and exciting, but If
you’re out of your depth; if this
relationship isn’t working for you;
if it’s making you feel sick and
uncomfortable; then you’ve got to
be truthful and tell her “no more”.
The reality is that she’s on
another planet to you.
Yes, she’s sexy and edgy, but
you have nothing in common.
You don’t like the way she makes
love and you aren’t sexually satisfied yourself. You never know what
you’re going to come up against
next. Do yourself a favour and
walk away. I’m not saying that
you’re right and she’s wrong;
you’re just different.
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resentment to ever creep in.
Also, if you genuinely live in fear
of her “telling tales out of school”
and being disloyal or indiscreet
about you, then you’re in the
wrong relationship.
I suspect that she must be feeling that she’s forcing a situation
that simply isn’t working too.
She might just be relieved to
hear that you want out.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: This constant
“chipping away” is clearly
getting you down.
You don’t want to come
across as mean, but feel
like you’re under siege from
your adult stepdaughter.
Basically, you never know
when she’s going to strike
next as she has no shame.
Why doesn’t your partner
sit down with her and have
a chat? If the woman is
wasting cash on
unnecessary items, then
she needs to be told that
food, the mortgage and
utility bills are the priorities.
She needs to be told that
you don’t run a charity and
that she’s got to start
looking after herself.
As for underwriting her
mortgage; your partner has
to understand that that
would be a relationship
breaker for you and is
completely non-negotiable.
You and he have to think
about your own financial
future, too.
Is he hiding
something?
I NEVER know what kind of mood my man is going to
wake up in.
Some morning he’s full of the joys, on others he’s so
down I can’t get a “good morning” out of him. He doesn’t
drink or take drugs, so I can’t blame those.
I’m exhausted not knowing what I’m going to be faced
with. He swears he loves me. How can I help him?
JANE SAYS: Would your man like to talk about what’s on his
mind in general?
Is he worried about work, money or is there something
else upsetting him? Tell him that you have to know the truth
so that you can help and support him.
Would a visit to his GP be a good idea? But, ultimately,
you have to be aware of your own limits too.
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likes of Dan Henderson, Vitor Belfort and Chael Sonnen, despite
But this week we are duty memorable wins along the way.
bound to honour a British sportHis UK fans were frustrated as it
ing legend.
appeared he wouldn’t quite make
Michael “The Count” Bisping the grade while the sport was concalled time on a spectacular and pi- sumed with the spectre of PEDs and
oneering career in one of the tough- allegations of wholesale cheating
est sports on the planet on Monday. as the dollars began to pour in at
He retires as our most successful the top of the game.
UFC fighter of all time, at the very
To his eternal credit, the everleast, due to a serious ongoing eye evolving technician Bisping was
injury.
vocal in his contempt for fightBisping is a British sporting icon ers who cheated and remained
and trailblazer who not only made a consistent and clean throughname for himself on a global scale out his tenure.
thanks to his talent, dedication and
Finally in June 2016, 99
boundless self-belief,
shows after
but did tireless work to
that big right
THE
STATS
propel his sport to the
hand from
mainstream legitima- Age 39
Hendo
left
cy it enjoys today.
him looking at
Not long ago, phrases (W-L-D/NC)
the lights at UFC 100,
such as “human cock
he took a fight for the
fighting” and “blood- UFC
title at a week’s notice
sport” danced hand-in- 20-9-0
against the incumbent
hand with MMA or
Luke Rockhold and
UFC across the pages MMA Career
won emphatically.
of the national press 31-9-0
Our first and only
on the rare occasions Former UFC
UFC champion, the
when column inches Middleweight Champion right man to take that
were devoted to the
honour with all due
meteoric rise of the UFC Ultimate Fighter
respect to Dan Hardy,
Winner 2006
sport.
certainly
restored
Bisping changed that Cage Rage Light
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here on FT and with a Heavyweight Champion
sporting Gods were a
select few elsewhere.
decent bunch when
An excellent techni- Cage Warriors Light
they wanted to be.
Heavyweight
Champion
cal kick boxer with
But The Count deseemingly
limitless
served it after 15 years
cardio, the Clitheroe native emerged striving with every sinew to have
onto the UFC stage as a contender the gold around his waist.
in the cage and changed the forAt times an abrasive and controtunes of the US giant in a ravenous versial figure, Bisping was loathed
market in the UK.
and loved in equal measure – in
As he walks away 12 years later, he truth a compliment to his skill and
has done that and much more across understanding of the fight game.
the world.
Fans always wanted to see him win
The key driver in raising aware- or lose with real passion, whichevness of the sport was getting be- er side they were on.
neath the surface and presenting
He retires joint in the record
the people behind the fights, their books as the man with the most
immense training and dedication – UFC fights (29) and most wins (20)
the human stories – and Bisping and a UFC record of 20-9 overall. A
was the ideal subject.
Hall of Fame berth is a certainty
Despite having a young family as a even if a BBC Sports Personality
devoted dad, he slept in his car to nomination remains bafflingly abtrain, even fought for free since 2003 sent from his stellar CV.
to make the grade in MMA and get
Congratulations to Mike, Rebecto the UFC, working his way to- ca and family – he might be
wards No1 contender status from able to move to Australia at
his win on The Ultimate Fighter. He long last!
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Difficulty: 8/10 Target Time: 26 minutes
Clue: Puzzle grows in a field, we hear.
EXTRA LETTER CLUES:
0905 817 2648
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1Coin made badly by a joker
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5Something worthy of a
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8Nominally the bread list? (4)
9Skill needed if a boy is to do
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10Angry when done any wrong
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12Animal companion for a little
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13Mother’s kind (6)
15As a woman, she’s in big
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17Plenty to be borne (5)
18Can it turn up and scoot
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2Man touring the Italian city
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3I’m on time for the picture
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4Crackers! (4)
6Bird with a circuitous way to
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7When you use a tea towel,
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11Not only square ones have
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1Funny man (8)
5Nourishment (4)
8Trundle (4)
9Fine skill (8)
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Across: 7 Conspire, 8 Away, 9 Intend, 10 Insist, 11 Stub, 12 Regiment,
14 Duty-free, 18 Cold, 20 Stream, 22 Rarity, 23 Puma, 24 Improper.
DOWN: 1 Bonnet, 2 Assembly, 3 Minder, 4 Seeing, 5 Pass, 6 Parson,
13 Macaroon, 15 Untrue, 16 Remain, 17 Europe, 19 Litter, 21 Edam.
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14Does it come after the film it
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16Lived in the desired style (7)
17Survives terrible evils (5)
19What a caver may arrange to
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20The loftiness of Lee’s lot (5)
21Manages without a fellow for
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YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
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Tenderly, Waxy, Enjoin, Discus, Pink, Disaster,
Retreat, Terse, Hurry, Recital.
Down: Prattle, Porch, Twain, Janitor, Frenetic,
Very, Liable, Bitter, Plus, Gigantic, Prosaic
(clue), Tarot, Lusty, Surreal.
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10Displeased (7)
12An ape, informally (5)
13Character (6)
15Sealing ring (6)
17Burdens (5)
18Tentacled creature (7)
22A rustic (8)
23Harmless (4)
24Type, kind (4)
25Sheep carer (8)
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2Italian city (5)
3Likeness (5)
4Kernels in shells (4)
6Flightless bird (7)
7Stop talking! (3,2)
11Three-foot lengths (5)
12Shore (5)
14Towed vehicle (7)
16Lived (7)
17Biographies (5)
19Slice, as meat (5)
20Hauteur (5)
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START WITH HORSE RACING
O’BRIEN FEARS RAIN
“We’d like nice ground for our Derby
horses as soft ground wouldn’t be ideal for
any of them,” said O’Brien, who is expected
to have six runners in Saturday’s race.
“We’ll see what happens with the weather
overnight and decide in the morning how
many of them will run.”
Epsom clerk of the course Andrew
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today and, despite the track being
free-draining, expects the ground to be
good to soft at best on Saturday.
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big horse,” added Gosden. “But he might if
it was very soft.”
The Sandown Classic Trial winner is now
10-1 from 20-1 with Coral.
7.40
CENTRAL PARK
Being There...................... C
Belmount .......................... F
Beloved Knight ................ L
Berry De Carjac ............... F
Big Ace ............................. H
Big Time Maybe ...............W
Billy Booth .......................W
Bin Daahir ........................W
Bird For Life ..................... L
Black Truffle.....................W
Blackfyre .......................... L
Blue Harmony .................. H
Bluella ...............................W
Bobonyx ........................... F
Bond Angel ......................W
Boodley ............................W
Bosham ............................ C
Bramble Brook................. F
Breakfast .......................... L
Broken Force ................... H
Broken Time.....................W
Buckingham ..................... C
Caledonia Laird ...............W
Canadian Royal ...............W
Captain Lars.....................W
Caracas............................. C
Castelo.............................. C
Cawdor House Bert ......... F
Celtic Style ....................... F
Centreofexcellence.......... F
Certificate ......................... C
Champagne Freddie ........W
Champs Inblue................. L
Charlie Mon ...................... F
Chill In The Wood ............ F
Church Hall ...................... F
Coal Stock ........................ L
Cobajayisland .................. F
Cobalty Isle ...................... H
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Cobweb Catcher .............. C
Codicil............................... C
College King .................... L
Colonel Frank .................. L
Colour Contrast ............... H
Cornish Warrior ............... F
Corporal Maddox .............W
Corton Lad ....................... H
Cosmopolitan Queen ...... L
Court King ........................ F
Coviglia.............................W
Crosse Fire....................... C
Cuillin................................ C
Dapper Man ...................... H
Dark Side Dream.............. C
Dauphine Ereine .............. F
De Beau Tant ................... L
De Lesseps ......................W
Dear Bruin ........................W
Delft Dancer ..................... H
Demographic.................... F
Diamond Avalanche ........ H
Diamond Runner.............. H
Diana Lady ....................... C
Dolphin Village ................ L
Don’t Tell Dandy .............. H
Double Court.................... F
Double Legend................. L
Dragon Tattoo .................. L
Duck Egg Blue ................. H
Duggary ............................W
Epaulement ......................W
Epeius ............................... H
Epsom Day ....................... L
Erastus .............................W
Eyes of Fire ......................W
Faadhel .............................W
Falcon’s Fire .................... H
False Id .............................W
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5.20
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1.40
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2.00
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4.30
4.30
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CONCERNS:
Saxon Warrior the
Epsom Derby favourite
Fast And Hot .................... L
Fast Endeavour ............... L
Fast Landing .................... C
Final Attack ......................W
Final Breath......................W
Flo’s Melody.....................W
Floral Bouquet ................. F
Floria Tosca ..................... C
Forever A Lady ................ H
Forricherforpoorer........... L
Fossa ................................W
Fred’s Filly ....................... F
Freed From Desire........... C
Frozen Bere...................... L
Galmarley ......................... C
General Brook.................. L
Gift of Hera .......................W
Gifts At Dawn ................... C
Glorious Asset .................W
Gone Platinum ................. F
Gorgeous General ........... H
Gorham’s Cave ................W
Got My Mojo .....................W
Great Tempo .................... F
Guards Chapel ................. L
Halo Moon ........................ F
Harbour Storm .................W
Harlequin Striker ............. L
Hateya ............................... C
Haxby Juniors..................W
Heavens Align.................. C
Herm .................................W
Highly Focussed.............. H
Hint Of Grey ..................... L
Homing Star .....................W
Hong Kong Joe ................ L
Horsted Keynes ............... C
Houlton .............................W
House Of Cards ............... H
GREYHOUNDS
11.01 FIFTHSTREETPENNY (5) Get There Peppa (2)
11.16 TIGER BEAR (5) ......................Cartroc Cody (6)
11.31 QUARE HONEY (3) .................... Tiger Duke (1)
11.46 RUN ON RIGADOO (nb) (6) Theos Treasure (4)
12.01 SIR BRINKLEY (nap) (1) ........ Baran Spitfire (5)
12.16 SWIFT BRETT (6) ....................... Artic Quest (1)
12.31 INSANE PLAYER (5) ...............Tyrian Buddy (2)
12.46 OUR LUNEY (5) ........................Gillyinthesky (4)
1.01 ICECOOL GOLD (5) ................Some Solution (1)
1.16 QUARE PRODUCT (4) ...........Run On Rascal (3)
1.31 DIVAS LILY (1) ............................Aloe Scolari (3)
1.49 WELL LANE LOCK (1)........Ballynabee Babe (6)
CRAYFORD
2.06 JOKERS CALL (2) ....................Mona Jaxxon (3)
2.22 DROOPYS OW (4) ...........................Dear Max (5)
2.42 JET STREAM TURBO (3) .... Dog From Uncle (6)
3.02 SLOWLANE BELL (nap) (2) ...... Lord Kinsale (1)
3.19 PURE PRODUCT (5) ............Ballymoon Hope (4)
3.39 MAJORITY BLUE (1) ................. Design Holly (4)
3.59 ROBERTA IRENE (1) .....................Tims Hero (4)
4.19 PANTHERA (3) ......................Daretobe Smart (1)
4.39 TREATMETHESAME (nb) (1) .. Organised Chaos (2)
4.58 ROBEN STELLA (2) ............ Deanridge Beast (1)
5.18 WHATS LILY UPTO (5) ........... Deran Scholar (3)
5.37 MANILLA DAZL (3) ................Precious Chloe (4)
5.54 REBBECAS ROSE (6) ..............Deran Trader (3)
6.09 LORD KILGRANEY (6) ........ Drive On Rascal (2)
HOVE
6.27 QUAVER AVA (4) ....................Parkwest Sally (5)
6.47 DROOPYS MAX (nap) (5) ....... Lotties Rocket (3)
7.03 DO IT LEGAL (1) ................ Caterham Rocker (4)
7.18 COMEONYOUBEES (2) ...............Grampy Bill (1)
7.34 HIGH ST TEDDY (6) ............. Night Covers All (4)
7.51 PRINCESS AURORA (5) ...............Black Zack (4)
8.06 LAUGHIL ZEUS (3) .................. Totus Tommy (2)
8.23 QUEEN ADELE (nb) (2) .......... Seasons Hilda (3)
8.38 LEADERS BELL (2) ................Queen Borneo (1)
8.54 MANNIX APACHE (6) .......... Dunquin Beckey (5)
9.11 TRIUMPH (4)..........................Lukin For Henry (1)
9.26 IMALLYOUNEED (6) ..................Spirit Juliette (3)
HENLOW
11.09 SILVERVIEW MORK (4) .... Silverview Mindy
11.24 SILVERVIEW TOM (5) ................Mongys Jet
11.39 ROMANTIC SHEILA (3) .......Savana Rocket
11.54 CLONA HONEY (4) ................... Madam Lee
12.09 CONFIDENT HILARY (1) ....Samba Survivor
12.24 SAVANA BROGAN (5) .......... Ballinvana Girl
12.39 MINGLERS EXIT (5) ................ Savana Jody
12.54 CLYDAGH DINNY (1) ............. Blackrose Pet
1.08 MISS JANET (4) ...................Savana Thunder
1.22 SAVANA MARGIE (2) ............ Blackrose Fred
1.39 CHANCERY LANE (nb) (6) ........ Uluru Candy
1.57 BARSTOOL TRAINER (nap) (4) Circuit Court
(1)
(6)
(1)
(6)
(2)
(3)
(6)
(2)
(6)
(3)
(4)
(5)
ROMFORD
2.12
2.32
2.52
3.11
3.29
3.49
4.09
4.29
4.48
5.08
5.28
5.44
6.02
6.19
CATUNDA ROMA (2) .............Linden Cottage
BANG ON ELSIE (5) ................ Jaxx Mermaid
AINTGOTNOTIME (6) .................... Bridge Mia
EL NEVADA (6) ........................... Dinner Lady
AERO FLEUR (1) ..........................Livs Poppy
PITTSBURGH ROCKY (4) .Ardrahan Zanziba
LARIMAR (nap) (5) .................Itsur Gang Star
WYCHWOOD SARAH (1)....Chopchop Joshie
BENNOS BLITZ (5) ............ Slaneyside Becks
NEWLAWN SIMON (nb) (2) . Sneezys Rocket
UNDERGROUND DEAN (6) ... Pernera Oyster
SLANEYSIDE BUZBY (1) ....... Glasheen Billy
MINGLERS BASIL (1) .................... Pro Active
WAR DANCE (5) ......................Sheishalfmine
(6)
(4)
(3)
(5)
(2)
(3)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(6)
(5)
(4)
(4)
(2)
YARMOUTH RPTV
6.28
6.48
7.06
7.22
7.37
7.52
8.07
8.22
8.37
8.51
9.07
9.22
9.40
SHES WILD (1) ..................... Archaton Honey
RIVERSIDE VIKING (nap) (6)..Swift Galloway
SWANSEA JACK (5) ......... Knockard Maestro
HOME GENERAL (6) ...... Pawsome Santiago
SCALA SIMON (5) ................Kilgraney Emma
ME ME ME (3)............................ Say No More
GOLDEN REBEL (2) ........... Blackrose Lassie
FRIDAYS TWINKLE (3) ...... Pawsome Dakota
SUIRVIEW BELLA (5) .............. Safepac Waki
ABACUS (2)...............................Dalsha Brave
VIEW THE FEARG (nb) (1) .... Miss Hurricane
MOVE OVER LOUIE (4) .....Woodcocks Susie
TYRUR BUBBLES (5) ..............Sunfire Penny
(3)
(5)
(4)
(5)
(3)
(6)
(1)
(4)
(6)
(6)
(6)
(6)
(6)
3.40
4.40
8.40
4.50
1.50
2.20
6.00
8.10
4.00
4.10
5.20
6.00
6.10
1.40
8.10
2.40
3.20
8.10
4.20
6.30
3.00
4.20
4.20
6.30
2.40
7.00
1.50
3.40
7.40
2.50
8.10
5.20
2.30
3.10
3.20
2.40
8.40
3.20
5.00
ABC
Huff And Puff ................... F
If We Can Can .................. H
Incertaine.......................... F
Iniciar ................................ F
Island Fox.........................W
Izvestia.............................. L
Jabbaar ............................. H
Jabbarockie...................... H
Jackblack ......................... L
Jacob’s Pillow.................. H
Johni Boxit ....................... L
Kaaba Stone..................... L
Karam Albaari .................. C
Katheefa ........................... H
Kay Sera ........................... C
Kayf Charmer ................... F
King Athelstan ................. L
King Of Rooks ................. C
Kingofthesingers .............W
Lady Nathaniel ................. H
Lady Of Steel ................... L
Lawn Ranger .................... C
Laydee Victoria ................W
Le Curieux ........................ F
Leg Lock Luke ................. F
Les Gar Gan .....................W
Lexi’s Hero .......................W
Lexington Place ............... H
Liberatum .........................W
Lily Of Leysbourne .......... F
Little Miss Lilly................. L
Logi ................................... H
London Grammar ............ L
Lord Murphy.....................W
7.00
5.00
6.00
8.30
3.20
4.40
3.30
2.30
2.40
2.30
4.10
5.10
9.10
3.00
9.10
9.00
4.10
6.40
3.20
4.00
3.10
7.10
2.20
6.30
7.30
5.20
2.50
2.30
2.50
6.00
5.10
3.00
3.10
4.50
Lotara................................ H
Luath .................................W
Lucky Lodge ....................W
Lucky Lucky Man ............W
Lucky Violet ..................... H
Luna Eclipse .................... C
Maggieofthevalley ........... F
Magic Beans .................... L
Makin It .............................W
Man Of Harlech ................ L
Marble Moon .................... F
Masters Apprentice ......... L
Maypole ............................W
Mayyasah ......................... C
Mearing ............................. H
Mesquite ........................... C
Micquus ............................ F
Minella Gathering ............ F
Miner Distraction ............. F
Mirror Mirror..................... L
Miskin ............................... L
Mistress Nellie ................. C
Misty Bloom ..................... F
Moans Cross .................... L
Mohogany......................... C
Moojaned .......................... L
Moqarrar ........................... C
Mount Cheiron .................W
Mountain Of Stars ...........W
Mr Mafia ............................ F
Mugatoo............................ L
Musical Art .......................W
Mutadaffeq ....................... H
Nalaini ...............................W
3.00
4.20
5.20
2.50
4.00
7.10
6.00
2.40
3.20
3.40
9.00
1.40
3.50
7.40
5.00
7.40
7.30
6.30
6.30
5.10
2.40
8.10
6.00
2.40
6.10
3.10
7.10
4.20
1.50
9.00
2.10
1.50
3.30
2.20
Nanny Makfi ..................... C
Natajack ............................ H
Nautical Haven................. C
New Abbey Angel ............ H
Newstead Abbey..............W
Nobleman’s Nest ............. C
Old Salt ............................. F
On Alberts Head .............. F
Onehelluvatouch ............. L
Oscar Sunset ................... F
Papagana.......................... F
Parwich Lees ................... F
Pass The Gin.................... C
Patchouli .......................... L
Penny Poet ....................... L
Percy Toplis .....................W
Pheidippides ....................W
Picture Poet ..................... C
Pilaster.............................. C
Pinarella............................ H
Pipers Piping ...................W
Plansina ............................ H
Play Mate ..........................W
Poet’s Society .................. C
Pollyissimo....................... L
Poppy Jag ........................W
Popsicle ............................ L
Pot Luck ........................... L
Poyle Vinnie ..................... C
Prancing Oscar ................ H
Pretty Pearl ...................... L
Primeiro Boy .................... H
Princess Way ...................W
Probability ........................ C
Qaffaal .............................. C
Qeyaadah ......................... C
Queen Adelaide ...............W
Quiet Moment................... H
Quina Brook .....................W
9.10
4.30
6.40
4.30
2.50
7.10
8.00
6.30
2.40
8.30
6.00
9.00
6.10
4.40
2.40
4.50
3.50
6.10
8.10
2.00
4.20
5.00
1.50
8.40
1.40
2.20
5.10
4.40
6.40
4.30
1.40
2.00
4.50
6.10
8.40
8.40
3.20
4.30
5.20
Quinto ............................... F
Ragstone Ridge ............... L
Rake’s Progress .............. L
Rapid Rise ........................W
Red Island ........................ L
Redrosezorro ................... H
Renny’s Lady ................... L
Restive .............................. H
Revenge............................W
Rhosmaen Street .............W
Rising Sunshine ..............W
Ritha.................................. L
Robeam ............................ H
Robinsson ........................ F
Rock Of Monaco ..............W
Rosedale Topping ........... L
Rosie Lea ......................... F
Samson’s Reach.............. F
Schnabel........................... F
Scimitar ............................W
Scotch Myst .....................W
Seafaring Girl ................... L
Seaquinn .......................... L
Secratario .........................W
Seduce Me........................ C
Servilia ..............................W
Servo.................................W
Sfumato ............................ H
Shailene ............................ C
Shan Dun Na Ngall .......... C
Sharp Practice ................. C
Show Palace .................... C
Silent Man ........................ F
Siona’s Boy ...................... L
Sir Lancelott.....................W
Sissinghurst ..................... F
Slice Of Lemon ................ F
Soldier To Follow ............ L
Soldiers Bay.....................W
BAGS WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Insane Rambo (1) 7-2,
Velvet Diamond (3) 13-8 fav, bf:
£11.75, tri: (1-3-2) £27.54. 11.16:
Zenas Tyche (4) 4-1, Orbital Force (2)
6-1, bf: £34.71, tri: (4-2-6) £110.50.
11.31: Beefy Boy (1) 7-2, Armchair
Nasher (5) 5-1, bf: £25.42, tri: (1-5-6)
£93.64. 11.46: Birleys Boy (6) 2-1 fav,
Peteles Bolt (1) 9-2, bf: £11.47, tri:
(6-1-5) £28.30. 12.01: Uppa Murph
(5) 3-1 fav, Orbital Conna (4) 10-3, bf:
£16.38, tri: (5-4-3) £50.18. 12.16:
Hatfield Garry (5) 7-2, Alarming
Hades (3) 7-4 fav, bf: £14.08, tri: (5-32) £36.85. 12.31: Rhaegal (5) 11-2,
Monemore Velvet (1) 4-1, bf: £36.21,
tri: (5-1-6) £129.68. 12.46: Miomi (2)
7-2, Intended (3) 3-1, bf: £17.95, tri:
(2-3-1) £45.90. 1.01: Sue Said No (1)
3-1, Alright Geezer (3) 11-4 fav, bf:
£12.90, tri: (1-3-2) £33.05. 1.16:
Hollyoak Kartel (4) 9-4, View
Strength (3) 2-1 fav, bf: £8.11, tri:
(4-3-1) £25.48. 1.31: Conlig Archie (4)
7-2, Cooladerry Lid (3) 6-1, bf:
£27.91, tri: (4-3-2) £113.45. 1.49: Old
Fort Freeway (2) 7-4 fav and
Colarhouse Socks (4) 9-4 (dd-ht 1st),
bf: (2-4) £3.44, (4-2) 3.81, tri: (2-4-1)
£10.10, (4-2-1) £11.18. Placer (£1
stake) (Races 1-6) £232.00, (Races
7-12) £136.00.
HOVE
2.12: Astute Torpedo (4) 9-4 fav,
Fanore Flyer (5) 5-2, bf: £9.19, tri:
(4-5-6) £34.26. 2.32: Trucker John (4)
9-2, Jakes Gold (3) 7-2, bf: £26.07, tri:
(4-3-2) £67.04. 2.52: Clairekeith Iona
(4) 3-1 jt-fav, Be Seeing You (3) 7-2,
bf: £15.74, tri: (4-3-1) £41.13. 3.11:
Dream On Millie (2) 7-4 fav,
Comeongetoff (3) 9-4, bf: £6.79, tri:
(2-3-5) £23.81. 3.29: Prokofiev (1) 3-1,
Katusha Kid (6) 3-1, bf: £14.92, tri:
(1-6-2) £60.66. 3.49: Postman Mac (5)
4-1, Annies Charm (1) 5-2 co-fav, bf:
£19.89, tri: (5-1-6) £48.20. 4.09: Finish
The Story (6) 7-2, Tullig Return (3)
2-1 fav, bf: £13.92, tri: (6-3-5) £31.20.
4.29: Sixfoottwo (5) 7-2, Riviera Diva
(6) 4-1, bf: £19.33, tri: (5-6-4) £70.37.
4.48: Lemon Ava (1) 4-1, Gemini
Angel (3) 7-2, bf: £19.82, tri: (1-3-2)
£69.55. 5.08: Parkwest Skye (2) 7-4
WARWICK
RIPON
6.35: 1, LIFE OF RILEY (Ben
Curtis 6-1); 2, Rockin Roy (5-4
fav); 3, Mark’s Choice (20-1). 11/2l,
11/2l. 6 ran. K Burke. Tote: £7.30;
pl £2.60, £1.10. Exacta: £9.30.
Trifecta: £36.70. CSF: £7.01. NR:
Smile A Mile. Smile A Mile| Rule
4 applies to All Bets, deduct 35p
in the pound.
7.05: 1, WEELLAN (Daniel
Tudhope 2-1 fav); 2, Farhh Away
(20-1); 3, Gabrials Centurion (3-1).
nk, 11/4l. 14 ran. D O’Meara. Tote:
£2.60; pl £1.50, £5.70, £1.30.
Exacta: £47.10. Tricast: £126.92.
Trifecta: £158.10. CSF: £49.96.
NR: Dalawyna, Timssaah, Ventura
Crest.
7.40: 1, CITRON MAJOR (L
Edmunds 17-2); 2, Militia (3-1
cofav); 3, Harrogate (3-1 cofav).
3-1 cofav Al Barg. 5l, 11/2l. 9 ran.
N Tinkler. Tote: £9.50; pl £2.70,
£1.10, £1.30. Exacta: £42.00.
Tricast: £95.86. Trifecta: £221.20.
CSF: £34.41.
8.10: 1, SANDRA’S SECRET (S
De Sousa 2-1 fav); 2, Pipers Note
(7-2); 3, Gin In The Inn (13-2).
13/4l, 3/4l. 9 ran. J L Eyre. Tote:
£1.90; pl £1.10, £1.20, £2.20.
Exacta: £8.70. Tricast: £36.67.
Trifecta: £53.80. CSF: £8.65. NR:
Henley.
8.40:
1,
NORTHWEST
FRONTIER (P Hanagan 4-6 fav);
2, Stormin Tom (5-1); 3, Fitzwilly
(5-1). 21/2l, nk. 6 ran. R Fahey.
Tote: £1.40; pl £1.10, £2.20. Exacta:
£3.50. Trifecta: £10.90. CSF:
£4.21.
9.10: 1, BEAUVAIS (K Stott
6-1); 2, Firlinfeu (10-1); 3, Loveisili
(5-2). 2-1 fav Department Of War.
1
/2l, 1/2l. 7 ran. S bin Suroor. Tote:
£6.50; pl £3.70, £3.30. Exacta:
£42.50. Trifecta: £159.80. CSF:
£60.80. NR: M C Muldoon.
QUADPOT: £12.20
PLACEPOT: £18.00
■ by CHRIS GOULDING
7.10
C - Chelmsford City F - Ffos Las
H - Hamilton L - Lingfield
W - Wolverhampton
Aaryam ............................. F 9.00
Abbreviate ........................ F 7.00
Academician .................... L 2.10
Admiral Rooke ................. H 5.00
Affair ................................. L 3.10
Affina ................................W 3.50
African Friend .................. H 2.30
Air Raid............................. C 7.10
Alanjou ............................. F 7.30
Alaska ...............................W 2.20
Alban’s Dream ................. C 6.10
All About The Pace.......... L 2.40
Allante............................... L 5.10
Allez Jacques................... F 8.30
Amber Gambler ............... F 7.00
Amity Island ..................... H 5.00
Angelina D’Or ..................W 3.50
Antagonist ........................W 3.50
Arabian Fairytale ............. L 2.10
Arian ................................. F 8.30
Artful Rogue..................... H 3.30
Asoof ................................ C 8.10
Assimile ............................W 3.50
Associate Rock................ C 6.10
Atomic Rumble ................ F 8.30
Ava The Braver ................ L 1.40
Awesometank .................. C 7.40
Ayla’s Emperor ................ F 8.30
Backpfeifengesicht.......... H 2.00
Balgowlah......................... L 4.10
Barbara Villiers ................ H 4.00
Barney From Tyanee ....... F 9.00
Bay Fortuna ..................... F 9.00
Bayshore Freeway........... L 2.10
Beau Phil .......................... F 8.00
Bee An Aristocrat ............ F 9.00
EVENING RESULTS
AIDAN O’BRIEN trainer of the
Investec Derby hot favourite
Saxon Warrior expressed fears
about the recent heavy rain at
Epsom.
6.40
This course seems to bring out the best in ZAC
BROWN (treble) and he showed bags of pace
to make all over six furlongs here last month. He is up 4lb but
still 6lb lower than when scoring over track and trip last year.
Bosham is another with plenty of early pace but is a tad
inconsistent. If he were to get an uncontested lead then he may
prove difficult to pass. Volatile has a good all-weather record
but over further and this drop to the minimum trip may find him
out. Unlike Poyle Vinnie, who is best at this distance and ran
a cracker here last month when second and now 3lb lower.
This is a cracking renewal with plenty of money on
offer. The unbeaten Codicil won all her races by
narrow margins when running up a four-timer last season. There
is every reason to believe that she will improve again but the
progressive LUNA ECLIPSE (nb) may just edge it tonight.
His trainer took advantage of a lenient handicap mark to rack up
a hat-trick and, though this is tougher, there is probably more to
come off his present rating. Vale Of Kent makes a quick
reappearance after his cracking third in a valuable Goodwood
handicap on Saturday. He won his maiden over seven furlongs
here and the step up to this trip should play to his strengths.
Another valuable prize and hat-trick seeking
MESQUITE (nap) seems to have improved for a
wind operation and has won her last two races, beating the
useful Fountain Of Time over course and distance. She is up
5lb but she continues on the upgrade. The handicapper has not
been so kind with Hateya, who has been hit with an 11lb hike
for her easy Lingfield success. This is a great deal tougher but
she may have further improvement. This is a big drop in grade
for Vitamin, who beat just one home in the 1,000 Guineas.
The form of her Newmarket maiden victory from Soliloquy
suggests she may have got in here on a fair mark for her
handicap debut. Both Zest and Awesometank have bits of
form to suggest they could take a hand if at their best.
39
7.30
4.10
3.40
4.50
4.40
3.00
5.10
3.30
2.20
1.50
4.50
4.10
2.00
8.30
4.50
4.10
6.00
8.30
8.30
2.20
5.20
4.40
4.10
3.20
7.40
1.50
4.20
2.30
8.10
9.10
8.10
6.40
7.30
4.40
5.20
7.30
8.00
2.10
3.50
5.05: 1, TELEGRAPH PLACE
(C Poste 33-1); 2, Finley’s Eyes
(5-1); 3, Mick Maestro (11-10 fav).
13/4l, 31/2l. 13 ran. Olly Murphy.
Tote: £44.50; pl £5.40, £1.90, £1.10.
Exacta: £168.30. Trifecta: £713.30.
CSF: £196.38.
5.40: 1, WHATDUHAVTOGET
(H Skelton 1-3 fav); 2, Forth
Bridge (9-4); 14l. 2 ran. D Skelton.
Tote: £1.10; NR: Curious Carlos.
6.10: 1, CHAMP (N De Boinville
1-3 fav); 2, Merry Milan (8-1); 3,
Myplaceatmidnight (4-1). 10l, 15l.
7 ran. N Henderson. Tote: £1.10; pl
£1.10, £3.20. Exacta: £3.90.
Trifecta: £8.90. CSF: £4.03.
6.45: 1, SHE’S GINA (D Sansom
11-4); 2, Ambre Des Marais (14-1);
3, Potters Midnight (9-4 fav). ns,
3l. 6 ran. J W Mullins. Tote: £4.10;
pl £3.00, £4.60. Exacta: £39.50.
Tricast: £99.04. Trifecta: £104.00.
CSF: £34.53. NR: Cubswin,
Included, Stepover.
7.15: 1, TOO MUCH TOO SOON
(H Skelton 7-4); 2, Chase Me (13-8
fav); 3, Irish Thistle (10-1). 8l, 4l. 8
ran. D Skelton. Tote: £2.10; pl
£1.10, £1.10, £2.60. Exacta: £5.10.
Tricast: £19.82. Trifecta: £37.10.
CSF: £5.43.
7.50: 1, GARDE VILLE (Mr
Stephen Paul Davies 11-2); 2,
Royalraise (5-4 fav); 3, Port Melon
(11-8). 8l, 14l. 4 ran. Mrs P Rigby.
Tote: £7.40; Exacta: £10.90.
Trifecta: £20.40. CSF: £13.28. NR:
Barrington Bolt.
8.20: 1, CROWN HILL (Mr W
Biddick 3-1); 2, Calin Du Brizais
(12-1); 3, Boss Mans Ladder (3-1).
11-4 fav Robinroyale. 11/4l, 2l. 9
ran. J Farrelly. Tote: £3.80; pl
£2.40, £3.40, £1.40. Exacta: £36.80.
Tricast: £118.17. Trifecta: £119.70.
CSF: £38.58. NR: Lord Topper.
QUADPOT: £52.20
PLACEPOT: £87.00
Something Lucky............. C
Song Of Summer ............. H
Spiritofedinburgh ............ L
Spiritoftomintoul.............. C
Splash Of Verve ...............W
Spray The Sea..................W
Spring Praise ................... L
Stamp Duty ......................W
Stardrifter ......................... H
State The Obvious ........... F
Stopdworldnletmeof ........W
Stormingin........................ L
Straightothepoint............. H
Street Jester..................... L
Sukhovey.......................... L
Sunovarebel .....................W
Supaulette ........................W
Super Scorpion................ F
Supermoss .......................W
Tadleel .............................. C
Tagus ................................ L
Taste The Wine ................ F
Thahab Ifraj ...................... C
Thama ............................... L
The Great Dandini ...........W
The King’s Steed .............W
The Night King ................. L
The Pinto Kid ................... L
Theglasgowwarrior.......... H
Theydon Spirit .................W
Thoonavolla ..................... F
Tilly Devine ...................... C
Timeforwest ..................... F
Tisa River .........................W
Tobruk .............................. C
Tomorrow’s Angel ........... C
Too Many Shots............... L
Top Boy ............................ C
Trading Punches ............. H
6.40
4.00
3.10
9.10
4.20
3.50
4.10
4.20
4.30
6.30
2.50
3.40
3.00
3.10
5.10
4.20
1.50
7.00
2.20
7.10
1.40
9.00
9.10
1.40
3.50
4.20
4.10
2.10
3.30
1.50
7.30
9.10
7.00
5.20
8.10
8.10
2.40
6.40
3.30
Travertine ......................... F 8.30
Troop ................................ H 5.00
Tropical Waters ...............W 1.50
Trulove.............................. H 4.30
Trump Alexander ............. H 4.00
Tudors Treasure .............. F 6.30
Tuolumne Meadows ........ L 3.10
Um Shama ........................ C 6.10
Unforgiving Minute.......... C 8.40
Usain Boat........................ L 4.40
Vale Of Kent ..................... C 7.10
Valerie’s Memory ............. L 4.10
Ventura Magic .................. L 1.40
Ventura Royal .................. H 4.00
Vice Et Vertu .................... F 7.00
Viola Park .........................W 4.50
Viscount Wilson............... H 5.00
Vitamin.............................. C 7.40
Viva La Vega .................... F 6.00
Volatile .............................. C 6.40
Voyager Blue ................... C 7.10
Wally’s Wisdom ............... L 3.10
Walt ................................... F 7.00
Warmhearted.................... L 2.10
We’ll Be There.................. F 7.30
Wells De Lune .................. F 8.00
Welsh Designe ................. F 6.30
West Drive Story.............. H 2.00
What A Party .................... L 3.10
Where’s Perle................... C 6.10
Whispering Wolf ..............W 5.20
Woodside Wonder ........... H 2.00
Working Together............W 2.20
Wuff................................... F 7.00
Zac Brown ........................ C 6.40
Zen Master ....................... F 8.30
Zest ................................... C 7.40
● No horses to note today
NEWCASTLE RPTV
fav, Droopys Ferrer (3) 8-1, bf: £17.40,
tri: (2-3-6) £41.93. 5.28: Swift Oran
(3) 8-1, Liosgarbh All (1) 3-1, bf:
£38.18, tri: (3-1-2) £175.03. 5.44:
Seasons Minstrel (3) 7-2, Miss Turner
(1) 5-2, bf: £14.82, tri: (3-1-2) £47.47.
6.02: Another Me (3) 7-2, Lenas
Paddy (4) 6-4 fav, bf: £11.07, tri: (3-42) £29.27. 6.19: Ballylark Joe (5) 5-1,
Wee Ditches (4) 4-1, bf: £33.87, tri:
(5-4-6) £88.90.
MONMORE
2.06: Tullymurry Wave (6) 6-1,
Fairhill Mary (4) 4-1, bf: £39.20, tri:
(6-4-2) £100.19. 2.22: Heavens Oculus
(5) 5-1, Coosane Molly (4) 7-2, bf:
£31.19, tri: (5-4-6) £114.32. 2.42:
Droopys Collar (5) 7-2, Droopys Duke
(3) 7-2, bf: £20.59, tri: (5-3-4) £68.48.
3.02: Blokade Dame (3) 4-1, Burnt
Fingers (5) 5-1, bf: £29.16, tri: (3-5-4)
£90.30. 3.19: Boozed Houdini (3) 9-4
fav, Jackapops (5) 9-2, bf: £14.51, tri:
(3-5-1) £44.78. 3.39: Cuckoo Martina
(3) 9-4 fav, Cottam Alwyn (6) 8-1, bf:
£21.23, tri: (3-6-2) £74.51. 3.59:
Barricane Dione (1) 7-1, Full of
Money (5) 3-1, NR: Deathrow Dave
(res), bf: £36.40, tri: (1-5-3) £0.00.
4.19: Stellas Queenbee (1) 3-1 jt-fav,
Wellpad Mike (5) 4-1, bf: £17.47, tri:
(1-5-6) £46.61. 4.39: Colmyard Rocket
(2) 7-2, Bloos Generosity (4) 5-1, bf:
£27.70, tri: (2-4-3) £102.84. 4.58:
Fabulous Degree (6) 5-2, Rushmoor
Gypsy (1) 7-2, bf: £12.67, tri: (6-1-2)
£42.81. 5.18: Ardera Dazler (6) 7-2,
Kahuna Paula (3) 5-2 jt-fav, bf:
£15.57, tri: (6-3-1) £52.47. 5.37:
Folleys Dotty (1) 6-1, Galtee Diva (4)
5-2 fav, bf: £28.16, tri: (1-4-2) £76.73.
5.54: Jacks Merc (3) 6-4 fav, Manks
Vanfrater (4) 6-1, bf: £11.55, tri: (3-45) £41.46. 6.09: Image Karozzi (2) 3-1,
Fortune Forthree (3) 7-2, bf: £17.02,
tri: (2-3-1) £36.99.
NEWCASTLE
11.11: Bramble Amelia (6) 5-4 fav,
Marazion Mary (3) 5-1, bf: £9.11, tri:
(6-3-1) £21.59. 11.28: Everyones Pal
(1) 5-1, Casino Harry (6) 7-4 fav, bf:
£17.37, tri: (1-6-5) £50.36. 11.42: Lick
The Dish (4) 6-4 fav, Canny Cassi (3)
4-1, NR: Slaneyside Jude (res), bf:
£9.25, tri: (4-3-2) £23.99. 11.57:
Shellam Cobie (5) 4-1, A Bit of Gold
(1) 8-1, NR: Wraysbury Romeo (res),
bf: £41.96, tri: (5-1-2) £111.32. 12.12:
Beatties Fantasy (5) 3-1 jt-fav, Vics
Desnhelen (2) 9-2, bf: £19.70, tri:
(5-2-3) £66.95. 12.27: Bramble
Dazzler (4) 3-1 co-fav, Target
Primrose (3) 3-1 co-fav, bf: £14.67, tri:
(4-3-6) £52.31. 12.42: Slaneyside Free
(3) 3-1, Blackjack Dec (2) 5-1, NR:
Canny Decision (res), bf: £21.16, tri:
(3-2-1) £0.00. 12.58: The Moppitt (3)
9-4, Covadonga (6) 2-1 fav, bf: £8.16,
tri: (3-6-2) £23.81. 1.12: Time In
Havana (6) 5-1, Joy Again (5) 4-1, bf:
£28.60, tri: (6-5-4) £98.27. 1.27:
Mustang Fling (5) 3-1, Manor Timmy
(2) 11-4, bf: £15.23, tri: (5-2-1) £42.02.
1.44: Target Frost (6) 5-1, Heidis Babe
(2) 7-2, bf: £28.74, tri: (6-2-1) £68.48.
1.58: Avenue Sal (4) 4-1, Bet Like
Jerry (1) 9-4 fav, bf: £17.50, tri: (4-12) £71.79. Placer (£1 stake) (Races
1-6) £217.00, (Races 7-12) £280.00.
ROMFORD
11.09: Winnies Wonder (5) 2-1 fav,
Halls Orient (1) 7-1, bf: £17.98, tri:
(5-1-3) £78.92. 11.24: Foulridge Rocket
(2) 3-1 fav, Dudleys Angel (1) 7-2, bf:
£15.32, tri: (2-1-6) £45.13. 11.39:
Seeing You (4) 6-1, Cushtybot Ripper
(5) 9-2, bf: £40.13, tri: (4-5-1) £102.22.
11.54: Ickle Nortyseven (3) 6-1,
Blacksthenublu (2) 11-4, bf: £28.13,
tri: (3-2-1) £97.87. 12.09: Brickleberry
(5) 5-2 fav, Young Ebony (6) 7-2, bf:
£12.11, tri: (5-6-3) £39.84. 12.24: Spirit
Bluebell (4) 5-4 fav, So Sumi (6) 6-1,
bf: £10.06, tri: (4-6-3) £25.95. 12.39: Be
Lucky (5) 3-1, Swabys Violet (2) 5-1,
bf: £23.74, tri: (5-2-1) £82.61. 12.54:
Cubsy Lola (4) 9-4 jt-fav, Mums Style
(2) 3-1, bf: £11.09, tri: (4-2-6) £39.34.
1.08: Teejays Mungo (3) 5-1, Newlawn
Hope (1) 4-1, bf: £28.23, tri: (3-1-2)
£95.13. 1.22: Yes My Brother (5) 9-4
fav, Harley Queen (4) 9-2, bf: £15.03,
tri: (5-4-2) £43.08. 1.39: Chances
Charm (3) 4-1, Cubsy Haribo (4) 11-10
fav, bf: £11.27, tri: (3-4-2) £31.73. 1.57:
Chopchop Haskins (6) 4-1, Newlawn
Victor (1) 7-2, bf: £20.27, tri: (6-1-5)
£53.73. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6)
£336.00, (Races 7-12) £183.00.
6.22
(P4)
480m
7.58
(A4)
480m
6.38
(H’cap)
480m
8.13
(H’cap)
640m
6.56
(A3)
480m
8.28
(A3)
480m
7.11
(A3)
480m
8.43
(A2)
480m
7.26
(H’cap)
480m
8.58
(A1)
480m
7.42
(D3)
290m
9.14
(A1)
480m
1
2
3
4
5
6
3434 Canny Rodney (rl ep) ................ 30.03
6561 Juicy Rocky (md ro)................... 00.00
View For You () ......................... 00.00
5424 Hand Over Fist (md ro) ............ 30.51
135 TEN BELOW ZERO (rl ro) ........ 30.31
3 63 Juicy Marshall () ........................ 30.10
Star betting: 5-2 Canny Rodney, Ten
Below Zero, 3 Juicy Rocky, 4 Juicy Marshall, 9-2
Hand Over Fist, 8 View For You.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2423 Susies Call (14m) (md h) ......... 29.20
Bramble Annece (10m) () .......... 00.00
6546 Target Shauna (8m) (md ep) ..... 29.22
3524 Billys Ruby (6m) (ep ro)............. 28.49
3546 Express Bay (5m) (md h) .......... 29.17
2411 FARLOE RAIDER (nb) (Scr) (ep h)..29.06
Star betting: 5-2 Farloe Raider, 9-2
Susies Call, 8 Bramble Annece, Express Bay,
Target Shauna.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5641 Crooks Survivor (sa ro) ............. 29.25
Herbertstown () .......................... 00.00
5354 Coloured Madam (md ep) ......... 29.12
1134 CROOKS CODI (sa ro) ............. 29.07
5461 Caledonian Tide (md ro)............ 29.26
3451 Target Kenzie (ep ro) ............... 29.14
Star betting: 11-4 Crooks Codi, 3
Coloured Madam, Target Kenzie, 7-2 Caledonian
Tide, Crooks Survivor, 8 Herbertstown.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2114 TARGET TYLER (sa fw) ........... 29.21
2314 Canny Marlene (md ro) ............. 29.30
1136 Bramble Zuri (rl ro) .................... 29.25
3624 Swift Zodiac (wd ro)................... 29.19
2615 Highclere Swift (sa ro) ............... 29.12
3511 Macaroon Morgan (md ro) ....... 29.30
Star betting: 3 Bramble Zuri, Highclere
Swift, Macaroon Morgan, 7-2 Target Tyler.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5516 Target Velvet (11m) (ep h) ........ 29.02
6666 Loughside Olivia (9m) (md h) .... 28.95
2546 Crooked Lake (7m) (fw h).......... 28.69
6422 WRAYSBURY MAGGS (5m) (wd ep) 29.15
3452 Jumeirah Bruno (5m) (wd ro) .... 29.07
6324 Cappakeel Ben (Scr) (md h) .... 29.11
Star betting: 3 Crooked Lake, Wraysbury
Maggs, 7-2 Cappakeel Ben, 4 Target Velvet.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2433 Fabulous Sequel (rl ro) .............. 17.65
2251 BALLYMAC MOON (rl ro)......... 17.51
6342 Archaton Spark (sa md) .......... 17.56
5146 Downhill Harp (rl ro) .................. 17.70
2554 Romeo Embargo (md ep) .......... 00.00
5624 Target Scolari (sa fw) ................ 17.39
Star betting: 9-4 Target Scolari, 5-2
Ballymac Moon, 7-2 Downhill Harp, 5 Romeo
Embargo, Archaton Spark, 8 Fabulous Sequel.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4332 September Stars (rl ro) .............. 29.48
3133 Canny Boycie (rl fw) .................. 29.60
1 Calzaghe Henry () ..................... 29.43
6411 Millabbey Mollie (md ro) .......... 29.41
5212 CHOCOLATE CANDY (NAP) (wd ro) . 29.46
6353 Wath Mercury (wd ro) ................ 29.54
Star betting: 5-2 Millabbey Mollie, 3
Calzaghe Henry, Canny Boycie, 4 Chocolate
Candy, 5 September Stars, 8 Wath Mercury.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5664 Romeo Alvaro (15m) (ep h) ....... 39.38
453d Geordie Ivy (13m) (rl ro) ........... 00.00
5665 Beatties Premier (10m) (ep h) ... 39.15
3252 FABULOUS CHIC (8m) (fw h) .. 39.43
5436 Bandicoot Heidi (3m) (md ro) .... 00.00
5454 Swift Mask (Scr) (sa ep) ............ 39.65
Star betting: 5-2 Beatties Premier, 7-2
Romeo Alvaro, Fabulous Chic, 4 Geordie Ivy.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1116 Boots (rl ro) ............................... 29.33
2622 Wraysbury Foxy (sa fw)............. 29.37
5353 Bramble Boss (md ro) ............... 29.49
2123 IZZYS BLUE (ep ro) .................. 29.31
4166 Aghadown Dash (wd ro) ............ 29.51
6533 Geordie Dazzler (ep ro) ............. 29.34
Star betting: 5-2 Boots, Wraysbury Foxy,
11-4 Izzys Blue, 11-2 Bramble Boss, 6 Geordie
Dazzler, 8 Aghadown Dash.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2324 Swift Leonard (rl ro) ................. 29.15
5222 COLOURED DUBH (wd ro) ...... 29.10
6463 Bramble Ronnie (wd fw) ............ 29.17
2541 Turnhouse Ace (sa ep) .............. 29.10
3153 Calzaghe Jenson (md ep) ......... 28.96
24 6 Cu Sith Peann (md ep) .............. 00.00
Star betting: 9-4 Cu Sith Peann, 11-4
Coloured Dubh, 7-2 Calzaghe Jenson, 9-2
Bramble Ronnie, 6 Swift Leonard.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3243 Pennys Echo (rl ro).................... 28.92
6342 Calzaghe Joshua (ep ro) ......... 29.04
3614 Crooks Emporio (ep ro) ............. 28.61
3551 Crooks Caitlyn (md fw) .............. 28.88
5114 MASADA MAKESHIFT (ep ro) . 28.78
3264 Shes A Maestro (sa fw) ............. 29.06
Star betting: 2 Calzaghe Joshua, 3
Masada Makeshift, 7-2 Crooks Emporio, 9-2
Shes A Maestro, 11-2 Pennys Echo.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6312 POOLIE SHAUNA (rl ro) ........... 28.68
3153 Ginas Lad (rl ro) ........................ 28.74
1635 Calzaghe Kristof (ep ro) ............ 29.11
3166 Invincible Lady (md ro) .............. 28.43
3512 Droopys Dev (md ro)................ 28.60
2262 Droopys Division (sa ro) ............ 28.66
Star betting: 4 Droopys Dev, 5 Calzaghe
Kristof, Droopys Division, 11-2 Invincible Lady
40
DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) M Johnston
26; R Fahey 18; J Gosden 17;
W Haggas 12; R Hannon 11; T
Easterby 11; G L Moore 8; C Hills
8; Sir M Stoute 7; M Channon 7; M
Appleby 6.
SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last win) J Norton 102;
W Brisbourne 94; Mrs L Richards
78; B Leavy 60; M Madgwick 55;
Suzzanne France 51.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) S De Sousa 23; J Crowley
13; James Doyle 10; W Buick 9; E
Greatrex 8; R Kingscote 8.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) R Scott 59; K Fox
47; J Fahy 47; H Shaw 46; M Dwyer 43; N Currie 34; T Eaves 33.
BEST EACH WAY
CHAMPS INBLUE (4.10,
Lingfield) has hinted at ability and
may appreciate the step up in trip.
MUST NEXT TIME
Trainer Denis Coakley expects
SWEET CHARITY to add to her
success at Leicester on Tuesday
and win more races.
HANDICAP BLOT
MR MAFIA (9.00, Ffos Las) won
easily at Stratford for which he
escapes a penalty, so able to race
off the same mark.
ONE TO SWERVE
MUSICAL ART (1.50,
Wolverhampton) has the form to win
this but vulnerable conceding
weight.
HORSES having their first runs
for new trainers.
FFOS LAS: 6.00 Lily Of Leysbourne (J J
Mangan to F O’Brien), 6.30 Welsh
Designe (S G Griffiths to Mike
Hammond), 8.00 Wells De Lune (M
Bowen to P Bowen).
HAMILTON: 4.00 Duck Egg Blue (P
Holmes to L Mullaney), 4.30 Diamond
Avalanche (Kristin Stubbs to L
Mullaney).
LINGFIELD: 2.10 Coal Stock (Christian
Williams to P Evans), 2.40
Onehelluvatouch (P Hide to Miss
S Smith), 3.10 Moojaned (J Flint to P
Evans).
WOLVERHAMPTON: 1.50 Harbour
Storm (Mrs L Mongan to R Brisland), 3.50
Spray The Sea (B Smart to R
Fahey), 4.20 De Lesseps (John Murray to H
A Mcwilliams), 5.20 Quina Brook
(Christian Delcros to I Furtado).
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
Trump Alexander (4.00 HAM) 367miles
Bayshore Freeway (2.10 LIN) 270miles
Trading Punches (3.30 HAM) 262miles
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
CHELMSFORD CITY: J Crowley
rides 7.10 Moqarrar for Sir M
Stoute, previous combinations 2
wins from 4 mounts 50% strike rate
at course.
FFOS LAS: T Bellamy rides 7.00
Super Scorpion for Mrs D Hamer,
previous combinations 4 wins from 6
mounts 67% strike rate at course.
HAMILTON: None.
LINGFIELD: S De Sousa rides
1.40 Ventura Magic for R Hannon,
previous combinations 2 wins from 2
mounts 100% strike rate at course.
WOLVERHAMPTON: A Atzeni
rides 3.20 Houlton for M Botti, previous combinations 6 wins from 17
mounts 35% strike rate at course.
WIND SURGERY
FFOS LAS: Welsh Designe (6.30).
LINGFIELD: Sukhovey (5.10).
LINGFIELD
1.40
188BET SELLING STAKES
Class 6 3YO 1m 4f (11 runners)
£3,105
1 (2) L406 BREAKFAST (17) J Osborne 9 0 ..........................D Costello ★99
2 (8) 0L- COLLEGE KING (225) Mrs C Dunnett 9 0 .. Jessica Cooley (7) 89
3 (6) 300L FROZEN BERE (6)(B*) G Baker 9 0 ......................T Whelan 98
4 (7) 5-L0 MASTERS APPRENTICE (5) S Kirk 9 0 ......... G Mahon (5) 97
5 (4) 4050 VENTURA MAGIC (5)(P) R Hannon 9 0 ...........S De Sousa 97
6 (5)
0 AVA THE BRAVER (17)(T) Archie Watson 8 9...Hollie Doyle 92
7 (9)
L0 DE BEAU TANT (20)(P*) Mrs H Main 8 9 ......... G Wood (3) 92
8 (11) 0-60 POLLYISSIMO (27)(B*,T*) R Hughes 8 9 ...... J P Spencer 97
9 (1) -4L6 PRETTY PEARL (17) R Eddery 8 9 ................... DOUBTFUL 87
10(10) LLL TAGUS (20) J Bridger 8 9..........................................K O’Neill 79
11 (3) 0L00 THAMA (15)(B,T) Mrs I G-Leveque 8 9 .....................A Fresu 90
Star Betting: — 3 Breakfast, 4 Ventura Magic, 9-2 Frozen Bere,
Pollyissimo, 6 Masters Apprentice, 10 Ava The Braver, 16 others.
2017: Affair 8 9, T Ladd(7) 8-1 (H Morrison), drawn (2), 4 ran.
STARFORM: VENTURA MAGIC DANGER: Breakfast
2.10
MAIDEN AUCTION STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 5 3YO 1m 4f (10 runners)
£3,752
1 (5)
0 BLACKFYRE (13) B Meehan 9 5 ........................... O Murphy 91
2 (9)
L DOUBLE LEGEND (20) Mrs A Perrett 9 5 ...............P Dobbs 92
3 (10)
0 THE PINTO KID (35)(T*) J Fanshawe 9 5........ G Wood (3) 84
4 (1) 430- COAL STOCK (169) P Evans 9 2 ........................ Fran Berry 93
5 (2)
0 MUGATOO (14) D M Simcock 9 2 ..................... J P Spencer 84
6 (8) 22-0 SOLDIER TO FOLLOW (22) A Balding 9 2 .... J Watson (5) 93
7 (6)
0L ACADEMICIAN (40) J Portman 9 0 ........................R Hornby 86
8 (7)
23 BAYSHORE FREEWAY (7) M Johnston 8 11 ........F Norton ★99
9 (4)
0 ARABIAN FAIRYTALE (17) C Cox 8 7.............S Hitchcott 77
10 (3)
5 WARMHEARTED (29) Archie Watson 8 7 ........ Hollie Doyle 77
Star Betting: — 6-4 Bayshore Freeway, 5-2 Soldier To Follow, 7 Coal
Stock, 10 Mugatoo, 12 Warmhearted, Arabian Fairytale, 20 others.
2017: Enola 8 9, A Fresu 16-1 (E Dunlop), drawn (10), 8 ran.
STARFORM: BAYSHORE FREEWAY DANGER: Soldier To Follow
HANDICAP (DIV 1)
2.40 188BET
Class 6 1m 4f (12 runners)
£3,105
1 (2) 50-1 JACKBLACK (7)(CD,G) B Johnson 6 10 1(6ex) ...Rossa Ryan (5) 96
2 (9) 0605 GUARDS CHAPEL (28)(C,A,G,S)(V) G L Moore 10 9 7
H Crouch 95
3 (6) /0-4 MOANS CROSS (27)(H) D Bridgwater 4 9 7... Poppy Bridgwater (7) 84
4 (4) 25-6 MISKIN (31)(D2,G,S)(H) Robert Stephens 9 9 7 . W Cox (5) 88
5 (7) L60- ONEHELLUVATOUCH (J41)(G)(B) Miss S Smith 5 9 5
S De Sousa 90
6 (1) 34-3 PENNY POET (29) N Mulholland 5 9 5 .......................A Kirby ★99
7 (10) 6L-L EPSOM DAY (28)(D,A) Mrs L Mongan 5 9 4 ..... G Wood (3) 90
8 (11) 00-0 MAGIC BEANS (14) H Morrison 4 9 2 ............C Bennett (3) 84
9 (8) -102 GENERAL BROOK (57)(D,A,G)(P) J G O’Shea 8 9 1 .. R Havlin 98
10(12) 0-02 ALL ABOUT THE PACE (7)(H*) M Usher 4 9 0 ..Hayley Turner 90
11 (3) 4405 TOO MANY SHOTS (7) J Best 4 9 0 .......................P Dobbs 91
12 (5) 0033 HONG KONG JOE (57) Mrs L Richards 8 8 12 .... D Probert 86
Star Betting: — 5-2 Jackblack, 6 Penny Poet, 13-2 General Brook, 7
Hong Kong Joe, 8 Guards Chapel, 10 All About The Pace, 12 others.
2017: Zubaidah 5 9 4, M Harley 3-1 Fav (J Chapple-Hyam), drawn
(10), 9 ran.
STARFORM: JACKBLACK DANGER: Penny Poet
PATRICK WEAVER
Ventura Magic
Soldier To Follow
Jackblack
Dolphin Village
Man Of Harlech
Champs Inblue (nap)
Red Island
Renny’s Lady
STAR TIP
1.40
2.10
2.40
3.10
3.40
4.10
4.40
5.10
Pollyissimo
Soldier To Follow
Jackblack
London Grammar
Stormingin
Balgowlah
Red Island
Renny’s Lady
STARFORM (All at Chelmsford) 6.40 Zac Brown (treble), 7.10
Luna Eclipse (nb), 7.40 Mesquite (nap)
CLOCKFORM 5.00 (Hamilton) If We Can Can 2pts win
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
HANDICAP (DIV 2)
3.10 188BET
Class 6 1m 4f (12 runners)
1 (1)
2 (8)
3 (10)
4 (4)
5 (2)
6 (7)
7 (9)
8 (5)
9 (11)
10 (3)
11(12)
12 (6)
£3,105
DOLPHIN VILLAGE (7)(D7,A,G)(H) S A Harris 8 9 8 ..C Bennett (3) 90
BIRD FOR LIFE (14)(BF,D2,A)(P) M Usher 4 9 7 J Watson (5) 96
WALLY’S WISDOM (69)(D,A)(T) J R Jenkins 6 9 7 ...K Fox 92
TUOLUMNE MEADOWS (178)(T) A Newcombe 5 9 7 .E J Walsh (3) 86
MOOJANED (215)(C,D2,A,G,S) P Evans 7 9 5 ....J F Egan 94
AFFAIR (16)(CD,G,S) H Morrison 4 9 5 ............... T Ladd (7) ★99
HINT OF GREY (37)(C,G) G L Moore 5 9 3 ..............A Kirby 95
LADY OF STEEL (29) M Madgwick 4 9 1 ............D Muscutt 85
WHAT A PARTY (28)(A,G)(P) Miss G Kelleway 6 9 0 .S De Sousa 94
LONDON GRAMMAR (J18)(A,S) R J Smith 4 9 0... Rossa Ryan (5) 84
SPIRITOFEDINBURGH (57)(P,T) B Powell 4 8 13...M Dwyer 86
STREET JESTER (237) Robert Stephens 4 8 12 ... D Probert 87
LONG HANDICAP: Street Jester 8-11.
Star Betting: — 7-2 What A Party, 5 Wally’s Wisdom, 11-2 Hint Of
Grey, 6 Affair, 13-2 Bird For Life, 8 Dolphin Village, 12 others.
STARFORM: AFFAIR DANGER: Bird For Life
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HANDICAP
3.40 188BET
Class 4 1m 1f (6 runners)
£5,531
1
2
3
4
5
6
(2) -042 COLONEL FRANK (12)(G,S) M Quinn 4 9 7 .........F Norton 85
(6) -L41 FAST AND HOT (32)(C,A,G,S)(B) R Hannon 5 9 3 ... Rossa Ryan (5) 94
(1) 4403 MAN OF HARLECH (31)(A,S)(P*) J Boyle 7 9 2.. C Bennett (3) 88
(4) 0-00 RAKE’S PROGRESS (15)(A,S) Mrs H Main 4 9 0...G Mosse 81
(5) 3222 STORMINGIN (7)(S) G L Moore 5 8 11........... J Watson (5) ★99
(3) L-22 HARLEQUIN STRIKER (32)(BF,G,S)(P) D Ivory 6 8 10 ..R Hornby 88
Star Betting: — 9-4 Colonel Frank, 3 Fast And Hot, 5 Stormingin, Man
Of Harlech, 6 Harlequin Striker, 10 Rake’s Progress.
2017: Rotherwick 5 9 5, David Probert 5-4 Fav (P Cole), drawn (1), 4
ran.
STARFORM: FAST AND HOT DANGER: Colonel Frank
TRACKFACTS (Turf) Left-handed course, 1m 4f round with a
3f run-in. There is a straight course of 7f where a high draw is
an advantage to grab the rail. (AW) Polytrack surface. Lefthanded course, 1m 2f round with a 2f run-in. The draw is of
little advantage but a fast start is essential. Stalls today 1m4f
Outside; 1m1f Inside; Remainder Centre.
4.10
MARK JAMES BORN TO RUN HANDICAP
Class 6 3YO 1m 1f (14 runners)
£3,105
1 (7)
2 (9)
3 (13)
4 (2)
5 (1)
6 (10)
7 (8)
8 (12)
9 (5)
10(11)
11 (3)
12 (6)
13(14)
14 (4)
L0-0 RITHA (17) R Hannon 9 7 ...........................................S Levey ★99
55L1 ROSEDALE TOPPING (30)(S)(V) E Vaughan 9 7..H Crouch 95
3403 THE NIGHT KING (27)(A) M Quinn 9 7.................F Norton 91
000- BALGOWLAH (201) D Lanigan 9 6 ......................D Muscutt 94
0-L0 KING ATHELSTAN (26) J Best 9 5 .........................P Dobbs 93
3025 BELOVED KNIGHT (22) Mrs L Mongan 9 4......... D Probert 90
L-00 JOHNI BOXIT (15)(P) Miss G Kelleway 9 4 ..............A Kirby 97
0-0L RAGSTONE RIDGE (27)(P*) M McGrath 9 3 ... DOUBTFUL 86
0-63 SPRING PRAISE (30)(B) M Botti 9 2................. DOUBTFUL 94
0-04 CHAMPS INBLUE (27) P Phelan 9 0.............C Bennett (3) 91
53L0 FORRICHERFORPOORER (103) W Knight 8 13 ..S De Sousa 94
-LL0 VALERIE’S MEMORY (37) P Hide 8 10 ..................R Havlin 96
4606 DRAGON TATTOO (23) Mrs L Jewell 8 7............. W Cox (5) 88
L-05 SEAQUINN (48) J Best 8 7.......................................M Dwyer 88
LONG HANDICAP: Dragon Tattoo 8-6, Seaquinn 8-6.
Star Betting: — 3 Rosedale Topping, 5 Beloved Knight, The Night
King, 10 Dragon Tattoo, Seaquinn, Champs Inblue, 12 others.
2017: Rakematiz 9 5, Rossa Ryan(7) 20-1 (B Johnson), drawn (13), 13 ran.
STARFORM: ROSEDALE TOPPING DANGER: Beloved Knight
MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES
4.40 NOVICE
Class 5 2YO 6f (8 runners)
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(3)
21 USAIN BOAT (14)(D,G) G Scott 9 9 .................. DOUBTFUL
-(5)
4 RED ISLAND (14) G Peckham 9 2.........................H Bentley ★99
(1)
0 SIONA’S BOY (14) P Evans 9 2 ..............................J F Egan 91
(8)
FAST ENDEAVOUR M Bell 8 11 ....................... J P Spencer 77
(2)
IZVESTIA Archie Watson 8 11............................ Hollie Doyle 86
(4)
0 PATCHOULI (5) M Channon 8 11 ........................G Downing 82
(6)
POT LUCK A Balding 8 11 ....................................... D Probert 69
(7)
4 SEAFARING GIRL (33) D Loughnane 8 11 ..............S Levey 87
Star Betting: — 7-4 Red Island, 4 Izvestia, 9-2 Pot Luck, 5 Fast
Endeavour, 10 Seafaring Girl, Patchouli, 16 Siona’s Boy.
2017: Ghost Serge 9 2, O Murphy 13-2 (Archie Watson), drawn (3), 8 ran.
STARFORM: POT LUCK DANGER: Red Island
WELFARE FILLIES’ HANDICAP
5.10 RACING
Class 5 3YO 7f (8 runners)
£3,752
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(3) 5152 RENNY’S LADY (10)(A) P Evans 9 9 ........ Rossa Ryan (5) 92
(5) 63-3 KAABA STONE (126) D M Simcock 9 8 ...................S Levey 94
(7) L-60 COSMOPOLITAN QUEEN (14) D Elsworth 9 7 ..S De Sousa 94
(8) 02-5 ALLANTE (14) Sir M Stoute 9 5 ................................P Dobbs 97
(1) 004- LITTLE MISS LILLY (176) C Cox 9 5.......................A Kirby 92
(6) 5L0- SUKHOVEY (279) M Attwater 9 4............................J F Egan 83
(2) 00-2 POPSICLE (14) R Hannon 9 3 ........................... Hollie Doyle ★99
(4) 00-6 MIRROR MIRROR (34) P Chapple-Hyam 8 12 ...Georgia Cox (3) 90
Star Betting: — 3 Kaaba Stone, 7-2 Renny’s Lady, 5 Allante, 11-2
Popsicle, 6 Little Miss Lilly, 10 Champs Inblue.
2017: Tonahutu 9 10, H Bentley 9-2 (E Vaughan), drawn (10), 13 ran.
STARFORM: ALLANTE DANGER: Popsicle
WOLVERHAMPTON
HANDICAP
3.20 FCLGF.COM
Class 6 3YO 1m 4f (9 runners)
GOING: STANDARD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
GLOBAL NOVICE STAKES
1.50 FCL
Class 5 3YO 6f (13 runners)
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1 (5) 600- MUSICAL ART (215)(D,G) P Cole 9 4 .............T Marquand ★99
2 (13)
FINAL BREATH D Shaw 9 2 ................................. P Mathers 64
3 (3) 50- HARBOUR STORM (247) R Brisland 9 2 ........K Shoemark 78
4 (11)
L MOUNTAIN OF STARS (87) Suzzanne France 9 2 .N Mackay 53
5 (10)
RHOSMAEN STREET R Brotherton 9 2 .................J Haynes 55
6 (12)
06 THEYDON SPIRIT (31) H Spiller 9 2 ........................J Quinn 74
7 (1)
LL BLUELLA (6) O Pears 8 11 ...................... Ben Robinson (3) 68
8 (9)
BOODLEY Sir M Prescott 8 11 ....................................L Morris 75
9 (4)
BROKEN TIME K Burke 8 11................................... C Lee (3) 73
10 (6)
PLAY MATE K Burke 8 11 ..................................... Ben Curtis 70
11 (8)
54 SERVILIA (92) C Hills 8 11 ................................. C Shepherd 86
12 (7)
60 SUPAULETTE (20) T Easterby 8 11 ...................D Fentiman 73
13 (2)
4- TROPICAL WATERS (219) R Cowell 8 11 .....R Kingscote 75
Star Betting: — 8-11 Musical Art, 7 Tropical Waters, 8 Play Mate, 10
Boodley, 12 Servilia, Broken Time, 25 Theydon Spirit, Supaulette, 33 others.
STARFORM: MUSICAL ART DANGER: Servilia
GLOBAL FORWARDING HANDICAP
2.20 FCL
Class 6 3YO 6f (13 runners)
£3,105
1 (9) -3L1 BILLY BOOTH (22)(C,A)(V) Miss G Kelleway 9 7 ..Aaron Jones (3) 97
2 (5) 1532 REVENGE (10)(BF,CD,A)(V*) T Easterby 9 7 ..D Fentiman ★99
3 (4) 02-L FLO’S MELODY (30)(CD,D,A,G) B Leavy 9 6 .. Jane Elliott (5) 86
4 (2) L0L- SUPERMOSS (177)(H*) Mrs H Main 9 4 . Mark Crehan (7) 87
5 (13) LLL SCIMITAR (13)(T*) R Hannon 9 3.....................T Marquand 91
6 (10) 6LL0 ALASKA (41)(D,G)(T*) J Bradley 9 3 ................... W Carson 83
7 (11) 5L00 NALAINI (10) D Carroll 9 1 .................................. DOUBTFUL 95
8 (7) 0622 ERASTUS (11) Mrs R Carr 8 12 ................................L Morris 95
9 (8) -145 LAYDEE VICTORIA (16)(D,A) O Pears 8 12 .Ben Robinson (3) 94
10(12) 66-4 POPPY JAG (11) Kevin Frost 8 9......................... Ben Curtis 87
11 (6) 5250 EYES OF FIRE (31) J Norton 8 9......................J Osborn (7) 80
12 (3) 4045 WORKING TOGETHER (10)(H) A Brittain 8 8 ......C Hardie 81
13 (1) 650- BOND ANGEL (358) P Evans 8 8 ................... G Malune (5) 86
Star Betting: — 11-4 Revenge, 11-2 Billy Booth, 13-2 Erastus, 7
Scimitar, 10 Poppy Jag, Laydee Victoria, 12 others.
2017: Frank’s Legacy 8 11, S De Sousa 4-1 (I Furtado), drawn (5), 12 ran.
STARFORM: ERASTUS DANGER: Revenge
2.50
FCL GLOBAL CLAIMING STAKES
Class 6 5f (8 runners)
£3,105
1 (8) 0143 CAPTAIN LARS (11)(CD2,D5,A,G,S)(B) Archie Watson 9 9 9
L Morris ★99
2 (2) 0406 LIBERATUM (3)(CD,D,A,S) Mrs R Carr 4 9 9 ...Nicola Currie (5) 93
3 (3) -32L BIG TIME MAYBE (22)(CD,D,A)(P,T) T Dascombe 3 9 6
R Kingscote 98
4 (6) -420 LUCKY LUCKY MAN (12)(S) R Fahey 3 9 6 ..........D Nolan 94
5 (7) 4523 STOPDWORLDNLETMEOF (15)(B,E) D Flood 4 9 4 ...J Fahy 81
6 (1) 1200 NEWSTEAD ABBEY (17)(CD,C3,A,S) M Herrington 8 9 2
Phil Dennis (3) 95
7 (4) /L5- LEXI’S HERO (334)(C,D2,A,G,S)(V) P Morris 10 9 1
Ben Robinson (3) 97
8 (5) -L00 HAXBY JUNIORS (22) A Brittain 3 8 2...................C Hardie 81
Star Betting: — 6-5 Big Time Maybe, 11-4 Captain Lars, 7-2 Lucky
Lucky Man, 12 Lexi’s Hero, 14 Liberatum, 16 others.
2017: Point North 10 9 5, R Winston 9-2 (J Balding), drawn (5), 4 ran.
STARFORM: BIG TIME MAYBE DANGER: Captain Lars
£3,105
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(5) 5-62 GIFT OF HERA (26) S Kirk 9 9 ..........................T Marquand 88
(9) 0L0- KINGOFTHESINGERS (217) Sir M Prescott 9 9 ....L Morris ★99
(6) 6-01 SECRATARIO (28)(A)(P) R Hughes 9 9 ..Nicola Currie (5) 89
(7) -553 HOULTON (28)(B*,T) M Botti 9 7 ............................A Atzeni 92
(3) 0-40 HOMING STAR (16) J Portman 9 4..................K Shoemark 85
(8) 0-00 QUEEN ADELAIDE (14) J Ryan 9 1 ...........................J Fahy 79
(1) 5-03 DUGGARY (27)(P) Kevin Frost 9 0 ......................... C Lee (3) 85
(2) 0-0L MAKIN IT (31) W Knight 8 13 ...........................R Kingscote 88
(4) 0L6L ISLAND FOX (9)(B*) David Loughnane 8 7 ....Laura Coughlan (7) 76
Star Betting: — 5-2 Kingofthesingers, 7-2 Secratario, 9-2 Gift of Hera,
5 Houlton, 10 Duggary, 12 Makin It, 16 others.
2017: True Romance 9 7, T Eaves 11-2 (J Given), drawn (2), 8 ran.
STARFORM: SECRATARIO DANGER: Houlton
GLOBAL HANDICAP
3.50 FCL
Class 4 3YO 1m 1f (12 runners)
£5,531
1 (8) 114- AFFINA (278)(G,S) S Crisford 9 9 .................................G Lee 93
2 (1) 03-4 PHEIDIPPIDES (21) Tom Clover 9 7 ........................L Morris 80
3 (2) 2-21 MAYPOLE (16)(G) R Hannon 9 5 ......................T Marquand 93
4 (4) 5-02 EPAULEMENT (22) T Dascombe 9 4 ...............R Kingscote 90
5 (12) 54-3 SOLDIERS BAY (7)(P) B Meehan 9 4......Nicola Currie (5) 83
6 (5) -213 ANGELINA D’OR (8)(A) M Johnston 9 3 .. O Stammers (7) ★99
7 (6) 2104 ASSIMILE (32)(A)(P*) K Burke 9 3 ..................... Ben Curtis 86
8 (11) -426 FAADHEL (36) R Varian 9 0 ......................................A Atzeni 93
9 (3) L4-5 BIN DAAHIR (36) C Hills 9 0 ............................. C Shepherd 84
10 (9) 325- SPRAY THE SEA (255)(BF) R Fahey 8 13......... P Mathers 77
11(10) 40-L ANTAGONIST (19) R Charlton 8 12 .................K Shoemark 87
12 (7) 4-00 THE GREAT DANDINI (14) S Durack 8 11 ......... W Carson 82
Star Betting: — 5 Affina, 6 Maypole, Angelina D’Or, 7 Soldiers Bay,
Epaulement, 8 Faadhel, 10 others.
2017: Mukalal 9 4, Dane O’Neill 13-2 (M Tregoning), drawn (9), 11 ran.
STARFORM: MAYPOLE DANGER: Angelina D’Or
US AT FCLGF.COM HANDICAP
4.20 CONTACT
Class 6 1m 1f (13 runners)
£3,105
1 (1) 0-00 GLORIOUS ASSET (52)(A) I Furtado 6 9 7 ... G Malune (5) 90
2 (4) 1130 THE KING’S STEED (52)(BF,CD,A,S)(B,T) S Lycett 5 9 6
K Shoemark ★99
3 (8) 03-1 SERVO (27)(A) Miss L Siddall 4 9 6 ..........................P Aspell 97
4 (11) 3-05 GORHAM’S CAVE (31)(H) Ali Stronge 4 9 5....T Marquand 89
5 (7) /05- SUNOVAREBEL (448) A Bailey 4 9 3 ....................J Haynes 85
6 (3) 0/0- DE LESSEPS (514)(A) H A Mcwilliams 10 9 3
Faye McManoman (7) 77
7 (2) 2446 LUATH (28)(A) Suzzanne France 5 9 1 .................N Mackay 85
8 (6) 64/0 SPLASH OF VERVE (30)(CD,A,G) D Thompson 6 8 11
P Mathers 90
9 (12) -464 STAMP DUTY (52)(CD2,A,S) Suzzanne France 10 8 8
Phil Dennis (3) 86
10(13) 00-5 CHAMPAGNE FREDDIE (27)(V*) J G O’Shea 5 8 8
Ben Robinson (3) 84
11 (5) -030 MOUNT CHEIRON (27)(CD2,A,G) Mrs Barclay 7 8 7
Aaron Jones (3) 83
12 (9) 0060 PIPERS PIPING (52)(CD2,C7,A,G) Miss M Rowland 12 8 7
J Fahy 88
13(10) 0-LL GOT MY MOJO (26) Gary Sanderson 8 8 7 ...........C Hardie 85
Star Betting: — 9-2 Gorham’s Cave, 5 Glorious Asset, 11-2 Servo, 6
Stamp Duty, The King’s Steed, 8 Luath, 12 Mount Cheiron, 14 others.
2017: Muthraab Aldaar 4 9 6, J Mitchell 3-1 (J Boyle), drawn (6), 8
ran.
STARFORM: SERVO DANGER: The King’s Steed
PATRICK WEAVER
Musical Art
Billy Booth
Captain Lars (nb)
Kingofthesingers
Maypole (treble)
Glorious Asset
Caledonia Laird
Black Truffle
STAR TIP
1.50
2.20
2.50
3.20
3.50
4.20
4.50
5.20
Boodley
Billy Booth
Big Time Maybe
Secratario
Faadhel
The King’s Steed
Coviglia
Corporal Maddox
GLOBAL HANDICAP (DIV 1)
4.50 FCL
Class 6 7f (12 runners)
£3,105
1 (11) 0621 VIOLA PARK (8)(CD3,D2,A)(P) R Harris 4 9 13(6ex)...J Fahy 95
2 (4) -3L1 CALEDONIA LAIRD (17)(CD3,A,F) J Hughes 7 9 8 ..Ben Curtis 94
3 (9) 2103 LORD MURPHY (22)(CD,C2,A)(T) D Loughnane 5 9 5
Nicola Currie (5) 94
4 (6) 3350 CANADIAN ROYAL (36) Mrs N Evans 4 9 2....T Marquand 82
5 (10) 5024 DEAR BRUIN (7)(D,G,S)(P) David Drinkwater 6 9 2 .W Carson 87
6 (5) 40-2 COVIGLIA (9) Jacqueline Coward 4 9 0 .........Nathan Evans 89
7 (1) 5241 FINAL ATTACK (17)(CD,A)(P) Sarah Hollinshead 7 8 12
R Kingscote ★99
8 (3) 63L4 PRINCESS WAY (30)(D2,A,G)(V) Miss K George 4 8 10
Rhiain Ingram (5) 86
9 (2) 4L50 RISING SUNSHINE (17)(D,A)(B,T) J Bradley 5 8 7... J Haynes 83
10 (8) 6060 RAPID RISE (22)(B) J Bradley 4 8 7 ................. A Beech (7) 83
11(12) L0-L ROCK OF MONACO (113)(CD,A) A Brittain 5 8 7 ....C Hardie 82
12 (7) 0-00 PERCY TOPLIS (8)(G)(P) Mrs C Dunnett 4 8 7 .. P Mathers 83
LONG HANDICAP: Rising Sunshine 8-6, Rapid Rise 8-6, Rock Of
Monaco 8-6, Percy Toplis 8-6.
Star Betting: — 4 Caledonia Laird, 9-2 Final Attack, 6 Coviglia, Lord
Murphy, 13-2 Viola Park, 8 Dear Bruin, Princess Way, 14 others.
2017: Air Of York 5 9 2, L Morris 7-2 Fav (J Flint), drawn (2), 12 ran.
STARFORM: CALEDONIA LAIRD DANGER: Final Attack
GLOBAL HANDICAP (DIV 2)
5.20 FCL
Class 6 7f (12 runners)
£3,105
1 (1) 0460 LUCKY LODGE (20)(BF,CD4,C,A,G,S)(V) A Brittain 8 9 13
C Hardie 90
2 (2) 1203 HERM (14)(CD2,A) P Evans 4 9 12 ................. G Malune (5) 89
3 (6) 3225 BLACK TRUFFLE (24)(CD3,D2,A)(P) M Usher 8 9 7
Nicola Currie (5) 95
4 (4) 4210 SCOTCH MYST (28)(D,A) R Fahey 4 9 6 ................D Nolan ★99
5 (10) 4-50 CORPORAL MADDOX (106)(CD2,D7,A,F,G,S)(H,P)
R Harris 11 9 5 J Fahy 91
6 (9) 4234 SIR LANCELOTT (22)(BF,CD,C3,A,G) Adrian Nicholls 6 9 2
B Sanderson (7) 95
7 (7) 0L20 TISA RIVER (17)(P,T) J Bradley 4 9 0...................J Haynes 88
8 (12) L540 FALSE ID (30)(BF,D,A,G)(T) J Farrelly 5 8 10 .. Ben Curtis 92
9 (11) 03-0 FOSSA (17)(CD,C,D,A) W Brisbourne 8 8 10 ....... W Carson 86
10 (3) 0L-0 LES GAR GAN (52)(C2,A,S) R Peacock 7 8 10 ......J Quinn 85
11 (8) 0-L0 QUINA BROOK (76)(P*) I Furtado 5 8 10 ..Jane Elliott (5) 92
12 (5) 0-LL WHISPERING WOLF (68)(G) Suzzanne France 5 8 10
Phil Dennis (3) 83
Star Betting: — 3 Sir Lancelott, 4 Black Truffle, 11-2 Lucky Lodge,
13-2 Herm, 7 Scotch Myst, False Id, 12 Fossa, 16 Tisa River, 20 others.
STARFORM: HERM DANGER: Sir Lancelott
AFTERNOON RESULTS
BEVERLEY
1.30: 1, ONE ONE SEVEN (Darragh
Keenan 5-1); 2, Red Handed (11-4 fav); 3,
Kalissi (14-1). 1/2l, 2l. 10 ran. Miss Amy
Murphy. Tote: £6.80; pl £1.70, £1.40, £4.60.
Exacta: £21.70. Trifecta: £260.90. CSF:
£19.13.
2.00: 1, EEH BAH GUM (D Allan 7-2);
2, Kingstreet Lady (3-1 fav); 3,
Twentysvnthlancers (14-1). 4l, hd. 14 ran. T
Easterby. Tote: £3.40; pl £1.70, £1.30, £4.30.
Exacta: £11.90. Tricast: £136.92. Trifecta:
£165.10. CSF: £13.53.
2.30: 1, ONLY SPOOFING (A Mullen
11-10 fav); 2, Groundworker (6-1); 3, Pearl
Noir (28-1). 5l, hd. 14 ran. J O’Keeffe. Tote:
£1.80; pl £1.20, £2.20, £7.10. Exacta: £8.90.
Tricast: £137.16. Trifecta: £465.10. CSF:
£7.33.
3.00: 1, MAKE ON MADAM (S De
Sousa 11-2); 2, Presidential (5-1); 3, Spinart
(8-1). 3-1 fav Nature Boy. nk, 11/2l. 12 ran.
J L Eyre. Tote: £5.50; pl £1.80, £2.00, £2.50.
Exacta: £22.10. Tricast: £226.43. Trifecta:
£173.60. CSF: £33.60.
3.30: 1, EL PRINCIPE (Jane Elliott
20-1); 2, Vive La Difference (9-4 fav); 3,
Michele Strogoff (7-2). nk, 3/4l. 10 ran. J L
Eyre. Tote: £23.40; pl £5.60, £1.10, £3.20.
Exacta: £74.50. Tricast: £203.49. Trifecta:
£371.90. CSF: £62.68. NR: Hanseatic.
4.00: 1, BOLLIN TED (D Allan 7-2); 2,
Liquid Gold (5-1); 3, Dream Free (6-1). 9-4
fav Almunther. 11/4l, 11/2l. 9 ran. T
Easterby. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.20, £2.50, £2.20.
Exacta: £24.50. Tricast: £103.39. Trifecta:
£103.40. CSF: £21.71. NR: Metronomic.
4.30: 1, ELERFAAN (Daniel Tudhope
15-8); 2, Effervescence (7-4 fav); 3, Busby
(7-1). 4l, 1/2l. 8 ran. Rebecca Bastiman.
Tote: £2.80; pl £1.40, £1.10, £1.80. Exacta:
£5.30. Trifecta: £16.90. CSF: £5.60. NR:
Furzig.
5.00: 1, MYTHOLOGICAL (B Doyle
14-1); 2, Blue Havana (17-2); 3,
Onefootinfront (7-2). 9-4 fav Amadeus. 3/4l,
11/2l. 12 ran. J Chapple-Hyam. Tote: £11.70;
pl £2.90, £2.50, £1.20. Exacta: £146.10.
Tricast: £518.45. Trifecta: £815.30. CSF:
£122.52.
JACKPOT: Not won.
QUADPOT: £15.30.
PLACEPOT: £48.00
CARTMEL
2.10: 1, ALLFREDANDNOBELL (Miss
Becky Smith 4-1); 2, Volcanic (3-1); 3,
Perseid (12-1). 5-2 fav Doctor Thea. 21/2l,
12l. 8 ran. M Hammond. Tote: £5.80; pl
£2.10, £1.50, £3.30. Exacta: £18.10. Tricast:
£132.64. Trifecta: £152.50. CSF: £17.30.
2.40: 1, HONEYCHILE RYDER (S
Quinlan 4-1); 2, Russian Royale (3-1 fav); 3,
Flow With Eve (4-1). 1/2l, 9l. 11 ran. Mrs D
Sayer. Tote: £4.80; pl £1.50, £1.70, £1.70.
Exacta: £23.10. Tricast: £49.29. Trifecta:
£69.80. CSF: £15.82. NR: Geni Johnson.
3.10: 1, CIVIL UNREST (Steven Fox
13-2); 2, Boss Des Mottes (7-2 cofav); 3,
Motion To Strike (4-1). 7-2 cofav Dakota
Grey, 7-2 cofav Frankie Ballou. 3l, 3/4l. 8
ran. J Ewart. Tote: £8.40; pl £3.30, £1.50,
£1.20. Exacta: £32.60. Tricast: £103.55.
Trifecta: £192.40. CSF: £30.78. NR: Chain
Of Beacons.
3.40: 1, RAISE A SPARK (B Hughes
5-4); 2, Birch Hill (10-11 fav); 3, Sigurd
(6-1). 5l, 11l. 7 ran. D McCain. Tote: £2.20;
pl £1.10, £1.10. Exacta: £3.50. Trifecta:
£6.00. CSF: £3.12. NR: Oh Land Abloom.
4.10: 1, MAN OF STEEL (Mr D Peters
4-6 fav); 2, Abbeyview (7-2); 3, Martha’s
Benefit (6-1). 11/4l, 10l. 7 ran. A Hill. Tote:
£1.30; pl £1.10, £2.20. Exacta: £3.60.
Trifecta: £10.30. CSF: £3.61.
4.40: RACE VOID – DUE TO
AN INJURED JOCKEY
5.15: 1, TONTO’S SPIRIT (R Hogg 11-8
fav); 2, Good Tradition (7-2); 3, Golden
Town (10-1). 41/2l, 23l. 8 ran. Kenneth
Slack. Tote: £2.10; pl £1.30, £1.30, £2.50.
Exacta: £8.20. Tricast: £35.31. Trifecta:
£71.20. CSF: £7.45. NR: Newstart, The
Phantom.
QUADPOT: £1.70
PLACEPOT: £5.30
NOTTINGHAM
2.20: 1, GOSPEL (C Bishop 11-4); 2,
Vena d’Amore (33-1); 3, Kodyanna (7-2).
5-2 fav Capla Rock. nk, 1/2l. 12 ran. M
Channon. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.40, £9.50, £1.90.
Exacta: £136.70. Trifecta: £811.40. CSF:
£105.38. NR: Double Quick, Heartwarming,
Klass Action, Little Kim, Sabai Sabai.
2.50: 1, SOCIALITES RED (L Morris
7-1); 2, Nuns Walk (7-2); 3, Island Of Life
(5-4 fav). 11/4l, 11/4l. 7 ran. S Dixon. Tote:
£8.90; pl £3.60, £2.40. Exacta: £35.30.
Tricast: £50.45. Trifecta: £139.00. CSF:
£32.08. NR: Emily Goldfinch, Lady
Cristal.
3.20: 1, PARAMOUNT LOVE (B
McHugh 3-1); 2, Harvest Day (4-1); 3, Lumi
(7-1). 9-4 fav Melodies. 41/2l, nk. 5 ran. R
Fahey. Tote: £4.50; pl £1.80, £1.80. Exacta:
£16.40. Trifecta: £61.90. CSF: £15.36. NR:
Autumn Leaves, Fille De Reve, Golden Iris,
Hunni.
3.50: 1, REPERCUSSION (R Kingscote
7-4 fav); 2, Zwayyan (5-2); 3, Tricorn (7-2).
2l, 2l. 6 ran. C Fellowes. Tote: £2.60; pl
£1.20, £2.60. Exacta: £7.10. Tricast: £12.72.
Trifecta: £20.10. CSF: £6.57. NR: Daira
Prince, Seniority.
4.20: 1, TIME TO SEA (L Keniry 5-2
fav); 2, Famous Dynasty (14-1); 3, Fisher
Green (4-1). nk, 11/4l. 13 ran. J Butler. Tote:
£3.90; pl £1.70, £3.60, £1.50. Exacta: £42.60.
Tricast: £145.68. Trifecta: £332.50. CSF:
£42.51. NR: Fanfair, My Brother Mike.
4.50: 1, DAGUENEAU (James Doyle
5-4 fav); 2, Sassie (7-1); 3, River Glades
(3-1). 1/2l, 41/2l. 5 ran. E Dunlop. Tote:
£2.10; pl £1.20, £2.70. Exacta: £8.20.
Trifecta: £17.70. CSF: £10.90. NR:
Quantatmental, Sotomayor.
5.25: 1, ZAPPER CASS (Mark Crehan
3-1 fav); 2, Berlios (7-2); 3, Wild Acclaim
(6-1). 4l, 13/4l. 11 ran. M Appleby. Tote:
£3.60; pl £1.80, £1.60, £1.90. Exacta: £15.70.
Tricast: £60.47. Trifecta: £88.40. CSF:
£12.93. NR: Monarch Maid.
QUADPOT: £11.00
PLACEPOT: £63.50
DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
CHELMSFORD CITY
FFOS LAS
TRACKFACTS Left-handed Polytack of just over a mile in circumference. There are chutes at the 7f and 1m starts. The run-in
is 2f. Draw advantage: Little effect. Stalls today 6f Centre;
Remainder Inside.
6.10
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 4 2YO 6f (12 runners)
£7,116
1 (9)
2 (10)
3 (11)
4 (1)
5 (6)
6 (3)
3 BUCKINGHAM (14) Eve J-Houghton 9 2 ................C Bishop 97
COBWEB CATCHER Richard Spencer 9 2 ............ T Queally 71
0 MOHOGANY (14)(B*) P Chapple-Hyam 9 2 .........J Mitchell 91
PICTURE POET H Spiller 9 2 ............................... Fran Berry 72
ALBAN’S DREAM R Eddery 8 11 .............................M Dwyer 70
0 ASSOCIATE ROCK (10)(H) Miss Amy Murphy 8 11
L De Souza 87
7 (12)
0 CASTELO (10) D Kubler 8 11 ........................L Edmunds (3) 93
8 (4)
FREED FROM DESIRE I Furtado 8 11 ........ David Egan (3) 71
9 (5)
PASS THE GIN A Balding 8 11............................... O Murphy 78
10 (7)
PROBABILITY Archie Watson 8 11 ......................E Greatrex 90
11 (8)
23 UM SHAMA (10) R Hughes 8 11............... Finley Marsh (5) 93
12 (2)
2 WHERE’S PERLE (17) M Wigham 8 11 ..................F Norton ★99
Star Betting: — 2 Buckingham, 4 Um Shama, 7 Where’s Perle, 10
Probability, Mohogany, Pass The Gin, 12 Cobweb Catcher, 16 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: BUCKINGHAM DANGER: Um Shama
HANDICAP
6.40 TOTESPORT.COM
Class 3 5f (10 runners)
£12,938
1 (9) /0-L KING OF ROOKS (44)(D,G) H Spiller 5 9 7....... Fran Berry 80
2 (6) 42L1 ZAC BROWN (35)(CD2,C,D3,A,G,S)(T) C Wallis 7 9 7
David Egan (3) ★99
3 (10) 1144 VOLATILE (20)(C2,A) J Osborne 4 9 7 ...............D Costello 94
4 (3) 2426 POYLE VINNIE (14)(D5,A,G,S)(B) Mrs R Carr 8 9 5
J Garritty 88
5 (5) 10-0 SHOW PALACE (38)(D10,0,G,S) Jennie Candlish 5 9 4
E Greatrex 87
6 (2) 1L02 SOMETHING LUCKY (21)(D8,A,S)(V) M Appleby 6 8 13
A Rawlinson 87
7 (4) 1120 BOSHAM (6)(CD4,C,D4,A0,F,G)(B,T) M W Easterby 8 8 12
H Shaw (5) 97
8 (1) 4005 CROSSE FIRE (11)(D8,A,G,S)(B) S Dixon 6 8 9 ..K O’Neill 88
9 (8) 056- TOP BOY (177)(CD3,D3,A,S)(V) D Shaw 8 8 7 ...F Norton 87
10 (7) LL00 NAUTICAL HAVEN (3)(G)(P) Suzi Best 4 8 6.......M Dwyer 85
Star Betting: — 3 Zac Brown, 4 Something Lucky, 5 Volatile, 11-2
Poyle Vinnie, 8 Show Palace, 10 Top Boy, 12 others.
2017: Stepper Point 8 9 7, M Dwyer 5-2 (W Muir), drawn (6), 6 ran.
STARFORM: ZAC BROWN DANGER: Bosham
7.10
TOTESPORT.COM HANDICAP
Class 2 3YO 1m (10 runners)
£19,407
1 (5) 14-1 AIR RAID (32)(S) J O’Keeffe 9 7............................ J Garritty 80
2 (7) 0-05 NOBLEMAN’S NEST (21)(S) S Crisford 9 4 .....S De Sousa 86
3 (3) 16-L BEING THERE (21)(G) C Appleby 9 3 .....................W Buick 95
4 (8) 21-0 MOQARRAR (41)(A) Sir M Stoute 9 2 .................. J Crowley 86
5 (6) 1203 VALE OF KENT (5)(C,A) M Johnston 9 1 ..............F Norton 82
6 (4) 2230 LAWN RANGER (34)(D,A) M Attwater 9 1 ..............R Havlin 75
7 (9) 3111 LUNA ECLIPSE (35)(CD2,D,A) A Balding 8 13 .. O Murphy 92
8 (1) 1L-0 TADLEEL (21)(D,A,G) E Dunlop 8 13 .....................D O’Neill 83
9 (2) 111- CODICIL (265)(D2,A,G,S) Sir M Prescott 8 10 .......L Morris ★99
10(10) 2-01 VOYAGER BLUE (10)(D,G) J Osborne 8 9(6ex) ........J Hart 82
Star Betting: — 3 Vale Of Kent, 5 Codicil, 6 Luna Eclipse, 13-2 Air
Raid, 7 Moqarrar, Voyager Blue, 10 others.
2017: City Of Joy 8 11, R L Moore 10-3 (Sir M Stoute), drawn (4), 7
ran.
STARFORM: LUNA ECLIPSE DANGER: Codicil
7.40
TOTESPORT.COM FILLIES’ HANDICAP
Class 2 1m (7 runners)
£19,407
1 (5) 3140 ZEST (19)(D3,A,G,S) J Fanshawe 5 10 0 ............D Muscutt 84
2 (6) 6-04 SEDUCE ME (30)(D,G,S)(P) K Burke 4 9 9 ........ J Crowley 81
3 (2) 114- AWESOMETANK (208)(D,G,S) W Haggas 3 9 2
James Doyle 93
4 (3) 62-0 MAYYASAH (12)(S) R Hannon 3 8 13 .....................P Dobbs 83
5 (1) 31-0 VITAMIN (25)(G) R Hannon 3 8 10 ...........................S Levey 84
6 (7) 6311 HATEYA (20)(D,A,G) J Boyle 3 8 6.......................H Bentley 92
7 (4) 0-11 MESQUITE (21)(CD,A) R Beckett 3 8 3.............S De Sousa ★99
Star Betting: — 5-2 Awesometank, 3 Mesquite, 4 Vitamin, 5 Hateya,
8 Mayyasah, 14 Zest, Seduce Me.
2017: Amabilis 3 8 6, Josephine Gordon 9-4 Fav (R Beckett), drawn
(1), 5 ran.
STARFORM: MESQUITE DANGER: Hateya
PATRICK WEAVER
Buckingham
Zac Brown
Luna Eclipse
Mesquite
Shailene
Poet’s Society
Caracas
STAR TIP
6.10
6.40
7.10
7.40
8.10
8.40
9.10
PATRICK WEAVER
Castelo
King Of Rooks
Vale Of Kent
Hateya (nap)
Pilaster
Dark Side Dream (nb)
Karam Albaari
1
2
3
4
5
6
(9)
(2)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1)
315 DELFT DANCER (15)(D,S) M Johnston 9 3 .........J Fanning ★99
ROBEAM R Fahey 9 2 ........................................... T Hamilton 85
WOODSIDE WONDER K Dalgleish 9 1 .............P Mulrennan 75
PRIMEIRO BOY R Fahey 9 0 ................................B McHugh 81
422 BIG ACE (10)(BF) T Easterby 8 13 .............................D Allan 94
64 BACKPFEIFENGESICHT (13) J F Levins (IRE) 8 12
Donagh O’Connor (3) 96
7 (4)
0 PINARELLA (17) B Haslam 8 8..........................J P Sullivan 91
8 (3)
6L DON’T TELL DANDY (27) K Dalgleish 8 6.......... C Beasley 93
9 (8)
WEST DRIVE STORY K Ryan 8 5 ...............................S Gray 78
Star Betting: — 9-4 Big Ace, 4 Backpfeifengesicht, 9-2 Delft Dancer,
6 Robeam, 8 West Drive Story, Primeiro Boy, 14 others.
2017: Villa Tora 8 7, J Fanning 2-5 Fav (M Johnston), drawn (5), 6
ran.
STARFORM: BIG ACE DANGER: Delft Dancer
2.30
MACROBERTS LLP HANDICAP
Class 5 5f (7 runners)
1 (6) 6130 JACOB’S PILLOW (35)(C2,D3,A,G,S)(P)
Rebecca Bastiman 7 9 9 Daniel Tudhope 94
2 (7) 3-21 JABBAROCKIE (19)(D3,A,G,S) E Alston 5 9 7
Rachel Richardson (3) ★99
3 (3) 20-0 AFRICAN FRIEND (34)(D,S) Mrs M Fife 5 9 7 ...B McHugh 91
4 (4) 0-05 SFUMATO (12)(G)(P*) I Jardine 4 9 5 .......... J Gormley (5) 88
5 (2) 4004 LEXINGTON PLACE (19)(CD,D9,G,S) Mrs R Carr 8 9 1
J P Sullivan 93
6 (1) 1441 DAPPER MAN (11)(D3,G,S)(B) Roger Fell 4 8 9 ...T Hamilton 93
7 (5) 4142 HIGHLY FOCUSSED (13)(A) Mrs A Duffield 4 8 7 ...J Fanning 92
Star Betting: — 5-2 Jabbarockie, 3 Dapper Man, 5 Lexington Place,
13-2 Highly Focussed, 8 African Friend, Sfumato, 10 Jacob’s Pillow.
2017: Bronze Beau 10 8 13, S Gray 9-2 (Kristin Stubbs), drawn (5), 6
ran.
STARFORM: DAPPER MAN DANGER: Jabbarockie
GOING: GOOD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) M Johnston 47 winners, (15.9%
strike rate), -£84.34, S bin Suroor 37, (35.6%), +£12.59, D M
Simcock 37, (22.2%), +£25.89, M Appleby 36, (10.7%), -£110.88.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) L Morris 70 winners, (11.2%
strike rate), -£1.00, S De Sousa 51, (19.8%), +£1.32, A Kirby 51,
(17.1%), -£71.99, J Crowley 46, (21.4%), -£1.00, O Murphy 40.
‘CONFINED’ FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES
8.10 EBF
Class 3 1m 2f (12 runners)
£12,938
1 (2)
14 SHAILENE (22)(D,A) A Balding 3 9 3 ................... D Probert ★99
2 (3)
34 ASOOF (29)(BF)(H) S bin Suroor 3 8 11 ............S De Sousa 97
3 (8)
L CUILLIN (20) J Fanshawe 3 8 11 ..........................D Muscutt 67
4 (7)
0 FLORIA TOSCA (20) L Cumani 3 8 11............. J P Spencer 85
5 (5)
GALMARLEY Mrs L Wadham 3 8 11 .................... Fran Berry 73
6 (9)
GIFTS AT DAWN D M Simcock 3 8 11 ....................C Bishop 76
7 (10)
0 HEAVENS ALIGN (20) D Lanigan 3 8 11 ...........S Donohoe 80
8 (6)
0 MISTRESS NELLIE (20) W Stone 3 8 11 ....L Edmunds (3) 67
9 (11)
0- PILASTER (216) R Varian 3 8 11................. David Egan (3) 88
10 (4)
SHARP PRACTICE Sir M Stoute 3 8 11 ...................P Dobbs 78
11(12)
0 TOBRUK (20) J Gosden 3 8 11 .................................R Havlin 69
12 (1)
TOMORROW’S ANGEL D M Simcock 3 8 11........ O Murphy 76
Star Betting: — 5-2 Asoof, 11-4 Shailene, 5 Pilaster, Sharp Practice,
12 Tobruk, Tomorrow’s Angel, 14 Gifts At Dawn, Floria Tosca, 33 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SHAILENE DANGER: Asoof
HANDICAP
8.40 TOTESPORT.COM
Class 3 7f (8 runners)
£12,938
1 (7) 0-LL CERTIFICATE (132)(D3,A,G) C Dore 7 9 7 ........ T Queally 82
2 (2) 433- HORSTED KEYNES (264)(D5,A,G) D M Simcock 8 9 7
J P Spencer 94
3 (1) 1003 POET’S SOCIETY (13)(CD,C,D,A,S) M Johnston 4 9 7
F Norton ★99
4 (3) L231 UNFORGIVING MINUTE (36)(CD,D4,A) J Butler 7 9 7
A Kirby 98
5 (4) 5420 QAFFAAL (14)(C3,D2,A,G) M W Easterby 7 9 6 .. H Shaw (5) 89
6 (6) 0-23 QEYAADAH (20)(D,G) M Appleby 5 9 2 ..........A Rawlinson 90
7 (5) 21-3 FAST LANDING (30)(BF,D,A)(P) S bin Suroor 4 9 2..O Murphy 97
8 (8) 2253 DARK SIDE DREAM (35)(CD,A) C Dwyer 6 8 13 ..S De Sousa 97
Star Betting: — 2 Fast Landing, 5 Qaffaal, Horsted Keynes, 6
Qeyaadah, 13-2 Unforgiving Minute, 7 Dark Side Dream, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: POET’S SOCIETY DANGER: Fast Landing
LADIES DAY 21ST JUNE HANDICAP
9.10 CCR
Class 6 1m 6f (9 runners)
£3,429
1 (9) 2430 SPIRITOFTOMINTOUL (31)(BF,D,A) A Carroll 9 9 7
G Downing 89
2 (3) 0200 KARAM ALBAARI (36)(C,A,G)(V) J R Jenkins 10 9 6 .. F Norton 88
3 (8) 6455 CARACAS (33)(P*) Kevin Frost 4 9 5 ....................J Mitchell 85
4 (7) 0L46 THAHAB IFRAJ (57)(P) A Dunn 5 9 3 ...... Rossa Ryan (5) 84
5 (1) 50-4 DIANA LADY (29) L McJannet 6 9 0 .............. N Garbutt (3) 80
6 (4) 0051 KAY SERA (28)(C,A) A Newcombe 10 8 13 .. E J Walsh (3) ★99
7 (2) 6-04 NANNY MAKFI (28)(P,T) B Barr 5 8 12................T Whelan 87
8 (6) -060 SHAN DUN NA NGALL (8)(C,A)(T)
Miss Amy Murphy 7 8 10 L De Souza 92
9 (5) 0202 TILLY DEVINE (79)(A)(B) S Dixon 4 8 8 ............ T Ladd (7) 88
Star Betting: — 4 Kay Sera, 9-2 Spiritoftomintoul, 6 Tilly Devine,
Thahab Ifraj, 7 Nanny Makfi, Karam Albaari, 8 Caracas, 10 others.
2017: Race abandoned.
STARFORM: CARACAS DANGER: Diana Lady
3.00
LOCKTON COMPANIES HANDICAP
Class 5 6f (8 runners)
£5,434
1 (7) 0621 LOGI (13)(CD,A,G)(B) Rebecca Bastiman 4 10 3
J Gormley (5) ★99
2 (1) 5010 KATHEEFA (12)(D,A,S) Mrs R Carr 4 10 3 ......J P Sullivan 89
3 (4) 1123 REDROSEZORRO (10)(BF,D2,S)(H) E Alston 4 10 0
Rachel Richardson (3) 93
4 (5) 6-03 STRAIGHTOTHEPOINT (17)(CD,D2,G)(P) B Smart 6 10 0
T Eaves 92
5 (6) L640 COBALTY ISLE (27)(BF) K Dalgleish 4 9 12 ...... C Beasley 90
6 (3) 06-6 EPEIUS (27)(D,A) B Haslam 5 9 8 ....................P Mulrennan 89
7 (8) 10-0 LOTARA (28)(A) J Goldie 6 8 9.............................B McHugh 84
8 (2) 0050 GORGEOUS GENERAL (1) L Mullaney 3 8 4 ........A Mullen 88
LONG HANDICAP: Lotara 8-8.
Star Betting: — 9-4 Logi, 10-3 Redrosezorro, 7-2 Straightothepoint, 8
Cobalty Isle, 10 Epeius, 12 Katheefa, 14 Lotara, Gorgeous General.
2017: Control Centre 3 9 3, D Tudhope 8-1 (Mrs M Fife), drawn (10),
9 ran.
STARFORM: REDROSEZORRO DANGER: Logi
CASTLE HANDICAP
3.30 CADZOW
Class 4 1m 3f (7 runners)
1
2
3
4
(3)
(7)
(4)
(6)
£8,022
JABBAAR (5)(A,G,S) I Jardine 5 9 8(6ex) ............... P Makin 98
TRADING PUNCHES (42)(S) D Brown 4 9 7 ......DOUBTFUL -MUTADAFFEQ (15)(G,S) D O’Meara 5 9 6 ..Daniel Tudhope ★99
CORTON LAD (13)(CD,C2,D,A,G)(P,T) K Dalgleish 8 9 1
R Scott (3) 94
5 (5) 4014 THEGLASGOWWARRIOR (13)(A,G) J Goldie 4 8 10
B McHugh 89
6 (1) 4-44 ARTFUL ROGUE (28)(A) K Dalgleish 7 8 9 .........J Fanning 95
7 (2) 0-35 RESTIVE (25)(A,S) I Jardine 5 8 5 ....................J P Sullivan 91
Star Betting: — 2 Jabbaar, 3 Theglasgowwarrior, 6 Restive, Artful
Rogue, 10 Mutadaffeq, 12 Corton Lad.
2017: Gaelic Tiger 4 9 10, D Tudhope 9-4 Fav (D O’Meara), drawn (3),
8 ran.
STARFORM: JABBAAR DANGER: Mutadaffeq
3031
0-22
0-00
0605
PATRICK WEAVER
Robeam
Jabbarockie
Logi
Mutadaffeq
Song Of Summer
Colour Contrast
Mearing
2.00
2.30
3.00
3.30
4.00
4.30
5.00
Woodside Wonder
Lexington Place
Redrosezorro
Jabbaar
Lucky Violet
Colour Contrast
Plansina
FILLIES’ HANDICAP
Class 5 1m (9 runners)
£5,434
1 (5) 330- DUCK EGG BLUE (239)(D,S) L Mullaney 4 10 0 ....Paula Muir (7) ★99
2 (1) 62-0 LADY NATHANIEL (25) G M Lyons (IRE) 4 10 0
Donagh O’Connor (3) 97
3 (4) 30-0 FOREVER A LADY (27)(G,S) K Dalgleish 5 9 12 ...T Hamilton 96
4 (8) 6630 LUCKY VIOLET (9)(G) Miss L Perratt 6 9 4 ............ T Eaves 85
5 (2) 31-0 VENTURA ROYAL (10)(S) D O’Meara 3 9 4 .Daniel Tudhope 94
6 (3) 3-35 BLUE HARMONY (122)(A) K Burke 3 9 2 .......... C Beasley 93
7 (7) -300 TRUMP ALEXANDER (28) Archie Watson 3 9 0 ...A Mullen 97
8 (9) 3440 BARBARA VILLIERS (31)(B*) M Johnston 3 8 12 ..J Fanning 96
9 (6) 63-0 SONG OF SUMMER (35)(G) I Jardine 3 8 12 ......... P Makin 91
Star Betting: — 3 Lady Nathaniel, 9-2 Ventura Royal, 6 Blue Harmony,
7 Barbara Villiers, Duck Egg Blue, 8 Forever A Lady, 10 others.
2017: Titi Makfi 3 9 2, J Fanning 5-4 Fav (M Johnston), drawn (7), 5 ran.
STARFORM: VENTURA ROYAL DANGER: Song Of Summer
4.30 HANDICAP
Class 6 1m 1f (10 runners)
£3,493
1 (8) -630 PRANCING OSCAR (36)(D,A)(P) B Haslam 4 9 7 ...P Mulrennan 96
2 (10) 0003 NATAJACK (9)(S)(B) Rebecca Bastiman 4 9 7 ....... P Makin 91
3 (2) 401- DIAMOND AVALANCHE (177)(D,A) L Mullaney 5 9 5
Daniel Tudhope ★99
4 (5) L356 FALCON’S FIRE (27)(C,A,G,S)(V) K Dalgleish 5 9 0..R Scott (3) 87
5 (9) 00-0 DIAMOND RUNNER (27)(D,A,G,S)(B) L Mullaney 6 8 13....D Allan 90
6 (6) 0-05 QUIET MOMENT (9)(S) K Dalgleish 4 8 13 ..........J Fanning 89
7 (7) 3520 NEW ABBEY ANGEL (8)(A) K Dalgleish 5 8 12 . C Beasley 91
8 (1) 22-0 STARDRIFTER (9)(D,G,S) Miss L Perratt 6 8 10 J P Sullivan 91
9 (3) -L22 COLOUR CONTRAST (9)(B) I Jardine 5 8 10 ...J Gormley (5) 96
10 (4) L0L- TRULOVE (304)(H) J Riches 5 8 7..........................A Mullen 85
LONG HANDICAP: Trulove 8-6.
Star Betting: — 2 Colour Contrast, 6 Quiet Moment, Natajack,
Prancing Oscar, 8 New Abbey Angel, Diamond Avalanche, 14 others.
2017: Amy Blair 4 9 6, C Beasley 4-1 (K Dalgleish), drawn (8), 10
ran.
STARFORM: NATAJACK DANGER: Colour Contrast
SCHOOL HANDICAP
5.00 TOClass
6 3YO 1m 1f (9 runners)
£3,493
1 (5) 55-0 VISCOUNT WILSON (22) G M Lyons (IRE) 9 7
Donagh O’Connor (3) 84
2 (2) 5513 AMITY ISLAND (31)(A) O Pears 9 7 ......................A Mullen 88
3 (9) 4-34 ADMIRAL ROOKE (24) M Dods 9 6 ................P Mulrennan 85
4 (1) -L00 BROKEN FORCE (33) K Burke 9 6 ...................... C Beasley 82
5 (8) 3503 MEARING (24)(P) I Jardine 9 6 ................................. P Makin 88
6 (3) 5-01 IF WE CAN CAN (10)(G) M Johnston 9 6(6ex) ....J Fanning ★99
7 (7) 0145 PLANSINA (28)(BF,A)(P) Roger Fell 9 2 .......... T Hamilton 86
8 (4) 0L0 HOUSE OF CARDS (36) I Jardine 8 8 .......... J Gormley (5) 86
9 (6) -062 TROOP (10) Mrs A Duffield 8 4 ............. Andrew Breslin (7) 88
Star Betting: — 9-2 If We Can Can, 5 Troop, 11-2 Amity Island, 6
Admiral Rooke, Viscount Wilson, 13-2 Plansina, 7 Mearing, 12 others.
2017: Archi’s Affaire 9 5, C Rodriguez(5) 6-1 (M Dods), drawn (5), 9 ran.
STARFORM: TROOP DANGER: If We Can Can
ALL THE
Aces
NOVICES’ HURDLE
6.00 MARES’
Class 4 (8 flights) 2m (10 runners) £4,159
1
611- FLORAL BOUQUET (34)(D2,S)(T) J Snowden 5 11 10
Miss Page Fuller (5) ★99
00-4 CELTIC STYLE (23) Miss L Blackford 5 10 12 ..Conor Smith (5) 91
0-6 FRED’S FILLY (21)(H) N Mitchell 5 10 12 ...Sean Houlihan (5) 92
INCERTAINE T R Gretton 5 10 12 .............................. R T Dunne 63
655- LILY OF LEYSBOURNE (60)(H*) F O’Brien 5 10 12 ..P Brennan 91
MAGGIEOFTHEVALLEY Mrs D Hamer 7 10 12 ...R Patrick (5) 66
52-2 MISTY BLOOM (17)(BF) Emma Lavelle 5 10 12 ..P Cowley (5) 98
45- PAPAGANA (41) O Sherwood 5 10 12 ...................... A Coleman 89
/10- ROSIE LEA (F173)(G) W Kittow 5 10 12 ............. T Scudamore 77
VIVA LA VEGA T R Gretton 4 10 8 ...........................J M Davies 64
Star Betting: — 6-4 Floral Bouquet, 2 Misty Bloom, 10 Papagana,
Fred’s Filly, 12 Lily Of Leysbourne, 16 Incertaine, 20 others.
2017: Skewiff 5 10 12, A Wedge 2-1 (E Williams), 5 ran.
STARFORM: FLORAL BOUQUET DANGER: Misty Bloom
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
HANDICAP CHASE
6.30 NOVICES’
Class 4 (17 fences) 2m 5f (11 run)
1
2
3
4
£4,614
GONE PLATINUM (5)(C,G)(T) D Rees 9 12 0(7ex)..J Bowen (3) ★99
DEMOGRAPHIC (26)(G,S)(V) Emma Lavelle 9 11 13 . D Jacob 97
GREAT TEMPO (21)(S)(B) D Pipe 5 11 12 ........ T Scudamore 97
TUDORS TREASURE (21)(S)(P) Robert Stephens 7 11 10
T J O’Brien 98
5 L4-4 LE CURIEUX (21)(BF)(P*) B Powell 6 11 9 .............B J Powell 93
6 23-6 STATE THE OBVIOUS (18)(G)(P*) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 8
R McLernon 98
7 0P-0 CORNISH WARRIOR (21)(S)(P) N Mulholland 7 11 7..H Reed (5) 91
8 65P- MINELLA GATHERING (44)(S) P Henderson 9 11 0 ..P Brennan 98
9 40P- ON ALBERTS HEAD (196)(G)(P,T) N Mulholland 8 10 9
R T Dunne 92
10 0L-L MINER DISTRACTION (18)(S) Mrs D Hamer 10 10 0
R Patrick (5) 94
11 /L5- WELSH DESIGNE (364)(S)(T) Mike Hammond 10 10 0
C Hammond (7) 84
LONG HANDICAP: Miner Distraction 9-13, Welsh Designe 9-9.
Star Betting: — 11-4 Gone Platinum, 7-2 Great Tempo, 6 Le Curieux,
7 Tudors Treasure, 10 State The Obvious, 12 others.
2017: Danvinnie 8 11 10, T Garner(3) 8-1 (O Sherwood), 6 ran.
STARFORM: GONE PLATINUM DANGER: Great Tempo
33-1
/0-0
30-3
55-F
JAMES HANDICAP CHASE
7.00 HUGH
Class 3 (18 fences) 3m (14 run)
£8,058
1 2PP- WUFF (133)(CD,S)(P,T) T R George 10 11 12...Jonathan Burke 96
2 L3-1 BRAMBLE BROOK (16)(G,S)(P,T) C Tizzard 8 11 12 . H Cobden ★99
3 /23- DAUPHINE EREINE (34)(G,S)(T*) D Pipe 6 11 12
T Scudamore 90
4 P0-3 BELMOUNT (12)(D,G,S)(P) N Twiston-Davies 9 11 11
S Twiston-Davies 92
5 2L-2 ABBREVIATE (21)(S)(V*) K Bailey 7 11 10 ....................D Bass 94
6 435- SUPER SCORPION (203)(CD2,G)(H) Mrs D Hamer 8 11 9
T Bellamy 97
7 323- HALO MOON (69)(S)(P) N Mulholland 10 11 9.........R Johnson 91
8 33P- WALT (97)(S) N Mulholland 7 11 8 ............................. R T Dunne 86
9 LP-3 COURT KING (23)(D,G,S)(H,T) P Bowen 7 11 7 ....... S Bowen 96
10 13P- VICE ET VERTU (81)(D3,S)(B) H Daly 9 11 6 ........ P Brennan 96
11 /13- HUFF AND PUFF (39)(G,S) Miss V Williams 11 11 6
Mr H Nugent (7) 94
12 L1L- TIMEFORWEST (61)(G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 5 ....... A Coleman 89
13 P3-1 COBAJAYISLAND (22)(D2,G,S) M Scudamore 10 11 3 ..B Poste 91
14 514- AMBER GAMBLER (39)(D,G,S) I Williams 8 11 0 ..T J O’Brien 89
Star Betting: — 11-2 Bramble Brook, 7 Huff And Puff, Halo Moon, 8
Abbreviate, 10 Court King, Cobajayisland, Amber Gambler, Walt, 12 others.
2017: Super Scorpion 7 11 2, T Bellamy 3-1 (Mrs D Hamer), 10 ran.
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Class 4 2YO 5f (9 runners)
£5,434
Incertaine
Le Curieux
Dauphine Ereine
Sissinghurst
Berry De Carjac
Iniciar
Mr Mafia
£3,509
1 /11- SISSINGHURST (231)(G)(T) F O’Brien 8 11 12 ...... P Brennan 98
2 34-5 SILENT MAN (12)(D,G,S)(T) T H Weston 8 11 11 . R Patrick (5) 87
3 12P- CAWDOR HOUSE BERT (38)(C,G,S) D Rees 11 11 10 .. S Bowen 92
4 34-U LEG LOCK LUKE (19)(G)(B,T) C Tizzard 8 11 10 ... H Cobden ★99
5 26-L CHARLIE MON (19)(D,G)(V) Mike Hammond 9 11 7
C Hammond (7) 85
6 U1-2 CHILL IN THE WOOD (22)(D,G) D F Davis 9 11 6......M Grant 92
7 530- QUINTO (39)(S)(T) J Frost 8 11 6 ..................Bryony Frost (3) 88
8 3P/4 ALANJOU (17)(D,S)(P) H Tett 8 11 3 ......... Mr G Cottreau (5) 85
9 L-P3 THOONAVOLLA (12)(G,S)(P) T H Weston 10 11 1 R Johnson 90
10 LL2- BOBONYX (48) D L Williams 8 10 5 ...... Mr Shane Quinlan (7) 89
11 40-3 WE’LL BE THERE (15)(P,T) W Kittow 9 10 4 .........T J O’Brien 93
12 /44- MICQUUS (36)(V) Emma Lavelle 9 10 0....................... A Wedge 90
LONG HANDICAP: Micquus 9-12.
Star Betting: — 3 Sissinghurst, 5 Bobonyx, 6 Chill In The Wood, Leg
Lock Luke, 10 Thoonavolla, 12 Alanjou, Silent Man, Micquus, 14 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SISSINGHURST DANGER: Bobonyx
SELLING HURDLE
8.00 SCARLETS
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FOR PETS HANDICAP HURDLE
8.30 VETS
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 6f (12 run) £4,159
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
/0P- OSCAR SUNSET (43)(CD,D,G,S) E Williams 11 12 3 ..C Ring (3) 91
41/5 INICIAR (25)(G,S)(B) D Pipe 8 12 3.............................. D Jacob 91
13-1 SCHNABEL (21)(G,S) David Dennis 6 12 3 ............. A Coleman 95
02-6 TRAVERTINE (25)(P) Jonjo O’Neill 8 11 12...........N P Madden 87
21-3 ARIAN (15)(S)(P) J Flint 6 11 11 ................................R Johnson 90
L03- ALLEZ JACQUES (99) Emma Lavelle 6 11 10 ............ A Wedge 91
2L-2 ZEN MASTER (22)(G)(H) C Mann 6 11 9 .............. H Bannister 94
/3P- ROBINSSON (55)(S)(P) O Sherwood 8 11 6 .........C Shoemark 89
0P-1 AYLA’S EMPEROR (23)(C,G,S)(P) J Flint 9 11 5 ... R T Dunne ★99
65-3 CHURCH HALL (21)(C,S)(T) Miss E Baker 10 11 4 . J Bargary 91
P1-3 SAMSON’S REACH (23)(S) R J Price 5 11 2 ........J Bowen (3) 98
40L- ATOMIC RUMBLE (39)(T) P Bowen 5 10 12 .............. S Bowen 97
Star Betting: — 9-2 Schnabel, 5 Arian, 13-2 Zen Master, 8 Church
Hall, Allez Jacques, Samson’s Reach, 10 others.
2017: Deebaj 5 11 9, Mr L Williams(7) 11-2 (A Dunn), 7 ran.
STARFORM: SAMSON’S REACH DANGER: Schnabel
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1 FL-F BERRY DE CARJAC (F9)(D,G) Grace Harris 7 11 2 .... L Heard 90
2 PP-L BEAU PHIL (21)(G)(H,T) J Scott 7 10 12 ..............N Scholfield 94
3 4L-P OLD SALT (26)(D,S)(P*,T) E Williams 6 10 12 ........... A Wedge 95
4 PU-P WELLS DE LUNE (14)(BF,G,S) P Bowen 7 10 12 ..... S Bowen ★99
5 LP-L SLICE OF LEMON (18) Mrs D Hamer 6 10 5 ... Mr B R Jones (7) 85
Star Betting: — 1-2 Wells De Lune, 3 Old Salt, 10 Berry De Carjac,
14 Beau Phil, 33 Slice Of Lemon.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: WELLS DE LUNE DANGER: Old Salt
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41-2 BARNEY FROM TYANEE (17)(D,S)(P) M Blake 7 11 12
H Cobden ★99
2 10-2 BAY FORTUNA (15)(D2,G) M Usher 9 11 12 ..........R Johnson 85
3 45-1 MR MAFIA (11)(G) M Keighley 9 11 9 ..................... H Stock (5) 94
4 55-L PARWICH LEES (26) N Mulholland 6 11 7 .......... T Scudamore 87
5 02-2 BEE AN ARISTOCRAT (22)(BF) J Frost 9 11 7..Bryony Frost (3) 86
6 005- MARBLE MOON (49) E Williams 6 11 5 ....................... A Wedge 87
7 F0-0 TASTE THE WINE (15)(G,S)(T) B J Llewellyn 12 11 0
Rob Williams (3) 87
8 44L- DOUBLE COURT (164)(G)(P) N Twiston-Davies 7 10 13
S Twiston-Davies 89
9 3P-6 KAYF CHARMER (21)(CD,G,S) Miss L Blackford 8 10 12
Conor Smith (5) 93
10 31-4 CENTREOFEXCELLENCE (22)(D,S)(H,T) S Flook 7 10 8
J Bowen (3) 85
11 /L-L AARYAM (22)(B,T) J Flint 6 10 2 ............................... R T Dunne 87
Star Betting: — 3 Mr Mafia, 4 Bee An Aristocrat, 9-2 Bay Fortuna,
13-2 Centreofexcellence, 7 Barney From Tyanee, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
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CRICKET: SECOND TEST
■
WINNER: Djokovic
is into third round
Novak’s willing
a Murray return
NOVAK DJOKOVIC is
willing Andy Murray to
recover from injury in time
for Wimbledon.
Murray’s prospects of
making it to SW19 by
July 2 look slim due to
difficulties following his
hip surgery in January.
The Scot (inset) is due
to return in Rosmalen in
Holland in 10 days. But
his team say that will only
happen if the 30-year-old
is fully fit, and that looks
doubtful.
Djokovic reached the
third round of the French
Open yesterday with a 7-6
6-4 6-4 win over
Spaniard Jaume
Munar to
continue his
comeback
after an elbow
injury.
The Serb
has plenty of
sympathy for
Murray’s plight.
He said: “I can only
imagine how difficult it
is for him to deal with the
injury. That’s something
that I can relate to.
“I have had quite a
similar situation, although
his injury obviously takes
more time.
“Hopefully we can see
him back playing on
IAIN STEWART
■ from
in Paris
grass, because that’s
where he wants to play.”
Djokovic said he has
struggled for motivation
following his injury.
The former world No.1
has slipped to 22nd in the
rankings.
He said: “At the moment,
I’m not playing at the level
I wish to, but I understand
that it is a process that
takes time.
“I never thought I was
going to be challenged in
this way mentally.”
Djokovic, 31,
yesterday faced a
player 10 years
his junior but
ground down
Munar to take
his second
match without
dropping a set
and will next
face another
Spaniard, Roberto
Bautista Agut.
BRITAIN’S Cameron
Norrie fought back
after losing the first two
sets 6-2 6-4 against
Frenchman Lucas Pouille.
Norrie upped his game
against the 15th seed to
take the third set 7-5 before
the fading light ended play.
■
Listen to
Mother &
Daughter
■
FIGHTING
BACK: Jimmy
Anderson and
Stuart Broad
(above) practise
yesterday
JIMMY ANDERSON has
told England to ignore
the critics as they bid
to bounce back from
their Lord’s disaster.
Former
skipper
Michael
Vaughan said things needed to be
“shaken up” for the second Test
against Pakistan at Headingley,
which starts tomorrow.
Vaughan said either Anderson
or Stuart Broad – England’s two
all-time leading Test wickettakers – should be dropped after
the nine-wicket mauling.
But Anderson, who urged England’s players to block out the
criticism following a run of seven defeats in 10 Tests, said: “Obviously, I’m going to disagree. We’ve
EOIN MORGAN will be
fit to skipper England
in the one-day
internationals against
Australia despite a
broken finger.
Morgan has pulled
out of captaining the
World XI in tomorrow’s
T20 clash with West
Indies at Lord’s – but
will be ready when
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taken 950 Test wickets between
us. We’re doing the best we can.
We’re trying to perform to turn
this team around.
“I know we’ve been on a really
bad run of form this winter
and the first Test here and in
these situations you need
players to stand up and put in
match-winning performances.
“We’ll try to block out the noise
from whoever is shouting out.
“When you suffer a heavy defeat there’s always a lot of noise
around. Lots more opinions come
out. This has to be done; that has
to be done. The outside noise is
always there and it’s a bit louder
when you perform badly.
“That’s something you’ve just
got to deal with as a sportsman
and block out as best you can.”
The 35-year-old added: “I don’t
think there is a problem.
“I just think we’re potentially
low on confidence. You suffer a
few defeats and you need something special to turn it around.
“It needs something just to turn
it round, a bit of luck or some-
Morgan fit for lead role
England start their ODI
schedule against
Scotland on June 10.
Morgan said: “I have
a small fracture in the
ring finger of my right
hand.
“It’s disappointing but
it’s not the worst news
that could have come
through.
“It’s a week to 10 days
to get the swelling
down in the finger and
then protect it as we
go on. So it’s a relief
that I’ll be ready, yes.”
Sam Billings comes in
for the rested Jos
Buttler for the game
against Scotland, while
Tom Curran will be
added to the squad to
face the Aussies.
thing. I think it’s quite easy for the
confidence of the team to take a hit
when you have a defeat like that.
“So it’s going to take some
special
individual
performances this week.
“If you get one or two individuals standing up, then people can
piggyback on that and get confidence from other people’s performances as well.”
● Surrey left-arm seamer Sam
Curran, 19, has been drafted into
the squad as cover for Ben Stokes,
who is suffering with a tight left
hamstring.
SQUAD: Morgan (capt), Ali, Bairstow,
Buttler, T Curran, Hales, Plunkett, Rashid,
Root, Roy, Stokes, Willey, Woakes, Wood.
FIXTURES:
v Scotland, Edinburgh, June 10.
v Australia, Kia Oval, London, June 13.
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, June 16.
Trent Bridge, Nottingham, June 19.
Riverside, Chester-le-Street, June 21.
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Ben must Rider dies
start over after crash
■ RUGBY UNION
ENGLAND coach Eddie
Jones insists Ben Te’o
will be fit for the start
of next season, despite
being ruled out of the
tour of South Africa
next month.
Te’o needs surgery
after aggravating a
thigh muscle tear he
first sustained against
France in March.
Jones said: “He’ll be
back for the start of
the season.”
B
■ ISLE OF MAN TT
A TOP motorcycle racer
was killed during last
night’s practice session.
Dan Kneen, 30, from
Onchan, on the Isle of
Man, died following
injuries sustained
during Superbike
qualifying.
The Tyco BMW rider
was involved in an
accident at Churchtown
on the first lap of the
session, and died at the
scene.
Who succeeded James
Franklin as Middlesex
CCC captain in 2018?
From whom did Stoke
sign Senegal midfielder
Badou Ndiaye in January?
Who knocked Mark
Selby out in the first
round of the 2018 German
Masters snooker
tournament?
Which Frenchwoman
was top points scorer
in the 2018 Women’s Six
Nations Championship?
Prior to 2018 who held
the record for most
wins in the Superbike World
Championship?
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Van man is world class
DUTCH destroyers
Michael van Gerwen and
Raymond van Barneveld
are out to retain the
World Cup of Darts.
The 32-nation pairs
event starts tonight in
Frankfurt. Ahead of their
■ DARTS
opener against Gibraltar
tomorrow, MVG (above
with Holland defender
Virgil van Dijk), said: “It
would be very nice to
win this title again.”
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ANSWERS: Page 45
DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
RL: CHALLENGE CUP
MACCA’S
A PARTY
POOPER
He plans to spoil
■
HOME AT LAST:
Simon Woolford
Simon’s big night
STEVE McNAMARA is
determined to ruin
Simon Woolford’s full
debut tonight.
Woolford,
Huddersfield’s
new coach, has been working
wonders behind the scenes
while his visa from Australia
was held up.
Daily and lengthy Skype
sessions with his new coaching staff have helped turn the
club’s fortunes around.
Four wins on the trot –
including one at Salford just
hours after he flew in on Friday
– have got the club bouncing.
Rare
But McNamara, the Catalans
coach, wants to spoil the party
when Woolford finally makes
his home bow in tonight’s
Challenge Cup quarter-final.
The French club are also
enjoying a rare good run
and McNamara said: “The
group is in a good place.
“We are winning and
improving and now we are
looking forward to a different
challenge in the Challenge
Cup.
“We have still got a lot more
improvement in us, but while
we have got this mentality, it
will push us a long way.”
Catalans have won five of
their last six games to lift
them off the bottom, up to
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
14.
17.
18.
19.
Hull FC, Tonga and former New Zealand
second-rower (4,4)
Carlos ....., WBA and WBC lightweight
champion from 1965-68 (5)
David ….., US golfer who won The Open
Championship in 2001 (5)
2003-11 Brazil striker last at Santos in
2017 (6)
David ...., 1985-97 Australia fly-half;
2005-08 Leinster Rugby backs coach (4)
Derartu ...., 1992 and 2000 Olympic
women’s 10,000m gold medallist (4)
Arjen ……, Bayern Munich and former
Holland winger previously with Real
Madrid, Chelsea, Paris St-Germain and
Groningen (6)
Kel .…., golfer who won The Open
Championship in 1960 (5)
Jores ....., Denmark, AaB and former
Aston Villa and Copenhagen defender (5)
Ingemar ........, 1980 Olympic slalom
and giant slalom alpine skiing gold
medallist (8)
DOWN
1.
2.
Adrian ....., Sauber 2014 F1 driver (5)
Mateja ......, Chelsea striker;
2005 League Cup Final winner (6)
3. Former Egypt, Tottenham and
Middlesbrough striker who last played
for Barnsley in 2012 (4)
4. Pat ..…, 1986-96 Scotland winger whose
clubs included Chelsea, Tranmere
Rovers and Everton (5)
5. Tom ........., Wakefield wing; First Utility
Super League Young Player Of The Year
2016 (9)
6 and 15 Down. Swedish golfer; 2018
Volvo China Open tournament winner
(9,5)
11. Taresa ......, 2018 IAAF Diamond League
Doha meet men’s 1,500m winner (6)
13. Bernard ....., 2007 World Championships
1,500m and 5,000m gold medallist (5)
15. See 6 Down.
16. Nigel ...., 1992-96 WBC
super-middleweight champion (4)
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then get knocked out NFFC
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Did peter kay think it
funny 2 hav the billboard
at old trafford display
manchester city? he’s
following in the footsteps of
milly by mocking utd!
Ben, kent
Re final well lads yous
used all ur luck up v city
and Roma so once the final
came along no more luck
and a 3-1 defeat. Madrid
were still the best team out
of an average game. Neva
mind lads yous mite get to
the final in another ten
year!!! Chops cat
Just a quick one on the
champions league final.
bit disappointed at the
treatment of the keeper after
the full time whistle. no one
went to console him he was
left high n dry by his
teammates and manger n
staff. win together lose
together. alright he made two
major ricks but hey hoe he’s
one of yous, console him!!!!!
Charlie
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your promotion! Same
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10th, and to within a point of
the top eight.
Woolford, who watched on as
assistant Chris Thorman ran
things in the 24-18 win over
Salford, will take full charge
tonight.
He said: “The Challenge Cup
is a massive deal and before I
got here I understood all about
the history.
“I have known guys who
have played in England
and coached over here, so I
understand it is a big deal.
“It is an important game and
we want to get into the semifinals and give ourselves every
chance of getting to the final.
“In the last month, there has
been a real shift in the players’
attitudes and, fortunately, that
is showing in the results. We
are at home, too, so there is
no reason why we can’t put in
another good performance.”
● The Challenge Cup semifinals will be played as a doubleheader at Bolton’s Macron
Stadium on Sunday, August 5.
WIGAN prop Ryan Sutton
will go to the NRL when
his Warriors contract expires
at the end of the season.
Sutton, who is likely to join
Canberra, said: “It was a tough
decision to leave my home town
club but I’ve always wanted to
try my hand in the NRL.”
TEXT
ATTENTION switches to
to play with their fans.
the Challenge Cup this
The next few games are
week but there’s also a
absolutely massive for us
potential cracker in
and we must start winning
Super League.
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A few weeks ago,
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Castleford would have
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the teams above them, but
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Ellis warns there cannot be
Hull KR with plenty
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St
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Rovers’
and copping
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Ellis said: “We wanted to
clash – postponed
send out a message that
because of bad weather
we are definitely a
in February – could be
top-four side and are
every bit as tasty as
building on last year.
the quarter-finals.
“But we were really
Cas have lost four
disappointed in
of their last six games
ourselves – the way
and half-back Jamie
we played was
Ellis (right) knows
frustrating and a
his old club
bit gutting.
Rovers scent
“We know
blood.
we have got
He said: “We
to be better
know we will
than that
be in a tough
against Hull
game because
KR. Hopefully
they’re a good
we can keep
side and it’s a
going and turn
very hostile place
it around.”
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DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
SERIOUSLY
football
PREMIER LEAGUE
WAGNER PLAYS
LONG HAUL
GAME
Terriers boss signs
new contract until 2021
DAVID WAGNER has
committed his longterm future to Huddersfield after agreeing a
new £7m deal.
The German coach has signed a
two-year contract extension to
remain at the John Smith’s
Stadium until 2021.
The 46-year-old has been in
demand after masterminding the
Terriers’ rise from the depths of
the Championship to the Premier
League, which culminated in beating the odds to secure their topflight status earlier this month.
Wagner earned a £2.5m bonus
for pulling off the stunning survival act after his side had been
written off as no-hopers.
Now his salary will be bumped
up to more than £2m a year.
Jurgen Klopp’s former Borussia Dortmund right-hand man
had been linked with a return
to the Bundesliga with Eintracht Frankfurt.
However, Huddersfield owner
and chairman Dean Hoyle had
always been confident of tying
his head coach down to a new
long-term deal.
Wagner said: “It wasn’t a difficult decision to stay because we
have something special here.
■ by JASON MELLOR
We’ve achieved some incredible
things together in my time at the
club and I’m really excited about
the future.
“We still have a lot of work to
do as we adapt to life in the
Premier League, but this club
and its people have the ambition,
desire and attitude to take the
challenge on.”
Wagner’s No.2 Christoph Buhler
and first-team coach Andy
Hughes have also agreed new
deals until 2021.
have demonstrated our commitment to him.
“David is a very talented head
coach and I understand why he
is so talked about and soughtafter, given the things he’s
achieved here.
“He’s played a huge role in
transforming Huddersfield Town
into the club it is today and we’re
looking forward to the challenge
of establishing ourselves in the
Premier League together.”
Commitment
Huddersfield beat Reading on
penalties in the Championship
play-off final 12 months ago to secure their return to the top flight
after 45 years and a first season
of Premier League football.
After spending just a single
week in the relegation zone all
season, the Terriers sealed survival with gritty draws against
title-winning Manchester City
and deposed champions Chelsea
in the space of four days at the
start of May.
Hoyle said: “I never had any
doubts about David’s future with
us. Time and again he’s shown
his commitment to the club as we
■
CARRY ON: Wagner
celebrates after the
Terriers’ final home game
against Arsenal and (inset)
celebrating the draw that
kept them up at Chelsea
Bruce on brink
Lew’s on loose
From Back Page
circumstances, I think the
club needs to rethink not
only the past two years but
also the past 10 years.
“Villa needs to be a
sustainable football club.
People join. People leave.
“We need to change a lot
of things. No one wanted
to see the club have to go
through this, but I believe
that only changes can help
the club to progress.”
Villa must make up to
£45m in cuts to fall in line
with Financial Fair Play
rules and may be forced to
sell £20m-rated midfielder
Jack Grealish. Villa’s
From Back Page
motives are not money or
a specific club as almost
all the top clubs would like
to have the best striker in
the world in their ranks.
“Every one of the Bayern
leadership had great
careers themselves.
“They should understand
his situation.”
Lewandowski has three
years left on his contract
and Bayern are not keen to
cash in on their star man.
The club’s chairman,
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge,
said recently: “We know
what we have in Robert
Lewandowski. Nobody
Premier League parachute
payments will drop from
£34m to £15m next
season.
Terry is leaving with Villa
unable to afford his
£70,000-a-week salary.
The defender will weigh
up offers from the MLS
and China, while Chelsea
would welcome him back
as an academy coach.
“I’m proud to have had
the opportunity to play
and captain this great and
huge club,” said 37-yearold Terry.
“I have given my
everything this year both
on and off the pitch.”
LEAVING: Terry
Karius
in need
of care
by
■ EXCLUSIVE
DAVID WOODS
JURGEN KLOPP has been
urged to keep a close eye
on keeper Loris Karius.
Karius’ howlers cost
Liverpool two goals in
Saturday’s 3-1 Champions
League Final defeat to Real
Madrid in Kiev.
The German was in tears
at the final whistle as he
apologised to fans, but was
ridiculed and received death
threats in the aftermath.
Now former West Ham
and Charlton striker Kevin
George, who has published
a book about players’
mental health issues, says
the crushed keeper needs
to be closely monitored.
“Space is important but
Klopp going to see him to
check-in would be powerful,” said George.
“Reassurance in these
times goes a long way and
Klopp flying to wherever
Karius will be will help
him to progress through
this tough time.
“It is something managers
often do to initially sign the
player. This type of
man-management isn’t in
the coaching manual, but is
more powerful than lots of
the other bits of information that is in there.
“Karius’ reaction was one
of remorse and looked like
a plea for forgiveness.”
● UEFA’s Control, Ethics
and Disciplinary Body will
meet today to consider
Liverpool’s punishment
following stormy scenes on
two Anfield Champions
League nights against
Manchester City and Roma.
● ‘Soccology: Inside The
Hearts and Minds of Professionals on the Pitch’ is out
today and priced £17.99.
SOCCER
LINES
■
BRIGHTON are
lining up a second
bid for Sunderland
defender Paddy McNair
after their initial £2m
offer was turned down.
KEEPER Martin
Dubravka has
joined Newcastle from
Sparta Prague after his
successful loan spell.
BOURNEMOUTH
captain Simon
Francis has signed a new
contract until 2020.
NEW Ipswich boss
Paul Hurst is set
to raid former club
Shrewsbury for
defender Aristote
Nsiala and midfielder
Jon Nolan.
CARDIFF wingers
Junior Hoilett and
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing
have agreed new
two-year deals.
CHARLTON
midfielder Regan
Charles-Cook has
joined Gillingham.
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need worry, he will also
play football here in
Munich next year.”
Lewandowski has won
the German title in each of
his four seasons since he
joined from Borussia
Dortmund.
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Top
The prolific marksman
has scored 106 goals in
126 league games for
Bayern, including more
than 40 goals in each of
the last three seasons.
He was also the top
scorer in the Bundesliga
last season with 29 goals
in 30 games.
TOUGH TIME: Karius
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WORRY: Rummenigge
DAILY STAR, Thursday, May 31, 2018
SERIOUSLY
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WALES
INFORMATION
I STILL HAVE TO
PINCH MYSELF
Mepham is in a
different league
CHRIS MEPHAM was playing
league football four years ago.
■
NEW KID ON
BLOCK: Mepham
stops Mexico’s Oribe
Peralta in his tracks
Sunday
Now the Brentford defender wants to keep starring on the
international stage for Wales.
The 20-year-old stood out on his first start for his country in
Tuesday’s goalless draw with World Cup-bound Mexico to cap a
remarkable rise.
“I have to pinch myself a little bit,” he said. “It’s been an absolute
roller coaster and one thing
■ from ALEX BYWATER in LA
after another.
“It’s only when you have a bit
of time to look back, that you go, looked back since making his
‘Wow, what an incredible jour- Bees debut in 2017.
ney it’s been’.
Bournemouth had a bid of
“I hope it carries on the way £6.5m in January turned down
it’s going and yes it’s been a after he had made just 14
whirlwind few years.
appearances for the Championship side.
Taste
Mepham made his debut for
“But I’ve loved every minute of Wales in China in March and
it and I’ve definitely got a taste was handed his first start against
of international football now.
Mexico by boss Ryan Giggs.
“You always want to play at
Should he replicate the form
the highest level and I want he showed in California with
more and more now.
Brentford next season, Bourne“I hope I can keep going, keep mouth are unlikely to be the only
grounded and focused and see top flight club monitoring him.
where I go. Hopefully Mexico
“Chris had a great game, he
was the first of many more deserved to start the way he’s
games for Wales.”
been playing,” said Tottenham
Mepham failed to cut it at defender Ben Davies.
Chelsea, QPR and Watford at
“I think he’s shown he can play
youth level and looked lost to the at international level. People
professional game as he played will say there’s a lack of experipark football.
ence there, but it doesn’t
It was while playing for the matter with the qualreserves of Combined Counties ity he has.”
League side North Greenford
that he was spotted by
Brentford and he hasn’t
STATION
FOOTBALL
International friendlies
Panama (0) ................0 Northern Ireland (0)..0
Att: 26,000
(in Panama City)
Cueva 37 (pen)
Farfan 47
Att: 40,000 (in Lima)
Peru (1) ......................2 Scotland (0) .............. 0
Argentina 4 Haiti 0, Austria 1 Russia 0,
Japan 0 Ghana 2.
Toulon Under-21 Tournament –
Group B: Scotland 1 France 0, South
Korea 1 Togo 2. Table (all played 2):
Togo 4pts, Scotland 4, France 3, South
Korea 0.
CRICKET
Royal London One-Day Cup –
Group A – Derby: Derbys 189-6 (Slater
109no, Willey 4-47) v Yorks 192-8
(Kohler-Cadmore 81, Rampaul 5-48).
Yorks won by two wkts. Edgbaston:
Warks v Northants. Match abandoned
without a ball bowled, rain.
Group B – Chelmsford: Glamorgan
200 (Cooke 59, Porter 4-29) v Essex
201-1 (Chopra 98no, Wheater 88).
Essex won by nine wkts. Northwood:
Middlesex 199-8 (Topley 4-40) v Hants
200-5 (Vince 56). Hants won by five
wkts.
SPEEDWAY
Premiership: King’s Lynn 44
Somerset 46, Poole P Leicester P.
National Trophy: Birmingham 53
Coventry 37.
TENNIS
French Open (Roland Garros, Paris)
– selected results – men’s 2nd rd:
N Djokovic (Ser) bt J Munar (Spa) 7-6
6-4 6-4, D Goffin (Bel) bt C Moutet (Fra)
7-5 6-0 6-1, A Zverev (Ger) bt D Lajovic
(Ser) 2-6 7-5 4-6 6-1 6-2, M Berrettini
(Ita) bt E Gulbis (Lat) 6-2 3-6 6-4 6-3,
K Nishikori (Jpn) bt B Paire (Fra) 6-3 2-6
4-6 6-2 6-3, G Simon (Fra) bt S Querrey
(US) 1-6 7-6 6-4 6-1, G Dimitrov (Bul) bt
J Donaldson (US) 6-7 6-4 4-6 6-4 10-8,
G Monfils (Fra) bt M Klizan (Svk) 6-2 6-4
6-4.
Women’s 1st rd: S Halep (Rom) bt
A Riske (US) 2-6 6-1 6-1. 2nd rd:
C Wozniacki (Den) bt G Garcia Perez
(Spa) 6-1 6-0, S Stephens (US) bt
M Frech (Pol) 6-2 6-2, M Keys (US) bt
C Dolehide (US) 6-4 6-1, P Kvitova
(Cze) bt L Arruabarrena (Spa) 6-0 6-4,
E Svitolina (Ukr) bt V Kuzmova (Svk)
6-3 6-4.
Women’s Doubles 1st rd: T Maria
(Ger) & H Watson (Gbr) bt M Arcangioli
(Fra) & S Reix (Fra) 6-3 6-4, A Medina
Garrigues (Spa) & A Parra Santonja
(Spa) bt J Konta (Gbr) & A Riske (US)
3-6 6-4 7-6.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
International friendlies: Luxembourg
v Senegal (7pm), Morocco v Ukraine
(7pm), Romania v Chile (3pm), Slovakia
v Holland (7.45pm).
Toulon Under-21 Tournament –
Group C: Canada v Turkey (6.30pm),
Japan v Portugal (4pm).
CRICKET
Royal London One-Day Cup –
Group A – Oakham School: Leics v
Lancs (11am).
T20 International Challenge – Lord’s:
West Indies v ICC World XI (6pm).
GOLF
PGA European Tour – Italian Open
(Brescia).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Ladbrokes Challenge Cup
Quarter-final
Huddersfield v Catalans Dragons (7.35pm) .....
SPEEDWAY
Championship KO Cup 1st rd,
1st leg: Sheffield v Redcar (7.30pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Berbatov; 6 Landy; 7 Hirst;
9 Nose; 10 Symons; 12 Hashim; 14
Amla; 17 Porto; 18 Eadie; 19 Weighell.
DOWN: 2 Emnes; 3 Beyo; 4 Tchoyi; 5
Virgo; 6 Long Hop; 8 Tisdale; 11 Pironi;
13 Screw; 15 Medel; 16 Weah.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Dawid Malan, 2 Galatasaray, 3 Xiao
Guodong, 4 Jessy Tremouliere, 5 Carl
Fogarty.
Threesy
for Nuno
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MANCHESTER City are on
the verge of completing a
£100m double swoop.
The Premier League
champions have agreed a
£60m deal with Leicester for
Riyad Mahrez and Napoli
midfielder Jorginho is next
on Pep Guardiola’s hitlist.
Yesterday, Jorginho’s agent
confirmed City have lodged a
formal bid and the parties
are close to an agreement.
Speaking in Italy, Joao
Santos said: “I know an offer
■ by IAN WHITTELL
to Napoli has arrived from
Manchester City. We’re
waiting for their response.
“I don’t think they have
rejected offers. If Napoli find
an agreement with City, we
will assess everything.
“Obviously Manchester
City would be very welcome,
an opportunity not to be
turned down. The coach is
one of the best in Europe.”
Jorginho, a Brazilian-born
Italy international, refused
to discuss his future when
quizzed while with his
national team.
It is understood City will
pay a basic £80,000 a week to
the 26-year-old.
And sources in Italy claim
the clubs are moving close to
agreeing a £42m fee with the
possibility of a further
£1.75m going to the Italian
club in add-ons.
Earlier this week, Napoli
put a £48m price on their
star – £9m more than City
claimed they were prepared
to offer.
But negotiations between
City director of football
Txiki Begiristain and his
counterpart, Napoli sporting
director Aurelio de Laurentis,
appear to have found a
breakthrough.
Guardiola has indicated
that after City’s stunning
league-winning season, he
was only searching for two
top signings.
TALKS: Jorginho
WOLVES are closing in on a
£35m triple transfer swoop.
The newly-promoted
Premier League club are to
complete permanent deals
for a trio of their Championship-winning loan stars.
They will pay £12.5m to
re-sign Bournemouth
striker Benik Afobe, who
rejoined on loan last season
for a second spell.
Porto have confirmed that
French defender Willy Boly
is moving to Molineux for
£10m after impressing last
season on loan from the
Portuguese club.
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo
will also trigger a £13m
option to make winger
Diogo Jota’s loan from
Atletico Madrid permanent.
Jota, 21, was Wolves’
17-goal leading scorer last
season.
Wolves are not planning
to take up an option to sign
striker Leo Bonatini.
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Lukaku’s
final rap
for boss
From Back Page
relationship. So we had a
little chat after the game
and everything is all clear.
“We had a conversation
after the game where we
were both disappointed
that we lost the game and
I said to him I’m looking
forward to next season to
see the team he is going
to prepare to hopefully
challenge Man City.”
Meanwhile, former United
star Lee Sharpe has told
Mourinho his tactics are
out of date.
United finished in second
place, 19 points behind
champions City, and Sharpe
said: “It was a pretty
disappointing season and
not entertaining enough.
“You’ve got the blue side
of Manchester under Pep,
you’ve got Jurgen Klopp at
Liverpool playing some of
the best football in the
league and United are
playing slow, pragmatic,
boring and even dated
football.
“Maybe it’s time Mourinho
reassess things tactically.
“He’s been one of the
most successful managers
in the game over 10 to 12
years, trophies everywhere
he’s gone, so I can
understand him saying, ‘I’m
doing it my way’.
“But times have changed
and if it doesn’t start well
next season, he could find
himself under pressure
from the fans.”
Joe gets
a lifeline
From Back Page
Hammers, Hart was in Italy
at Torino for a season and,
in both cases, City
underwrote his wages of
around £140,000 a week.
Hart still has one year
remaining on his City
contract and any potential
move to Sporting would
involve negotiations over
the money left on that deal.
Meanwhile, relegated
Stoke will demand up to
£30m for Butland this
summer with Birmingham
set to pocket 20 per cent of
any profit.
Former club Birmingham
negotiated a big sell-on
clause when they sold him
to Stoke for £3.5m in
January 2013.
Stoke value Butland in the
same bracket as England
team-mate Jordan Pickford,
who joined Everton from
Sunderland last summer.
“What will be, will be,”
said Butland.
“I don’t have anything in
the pipeline and there’s no
focus on that at the minute.
“The most important
thing for me is being part
of a successful England
squad and being as big
a part of it as I can.
“That’s my only goal right
now.”
WEL ON WAY
TO WINNING
DANNY WELBECK has
himself surrounded by
champions at Arsenal.
found
world
Now, with no disrespect to Per Mertesacker,
Mesut Ozil and Shkodran Mustafi, he fancies
sharing his dressing room with a new crop of
winners.
It can all get a bit too much inside the
Gunners changing room when Welbeck’s
German team-mates remind him of their 2014
World Cup triumph in Brazil.
The 27-year-old said: “They’re not shy in
letting us know they are world champions.
“It is all fun, nothing vicious. But you can see
in Per, for instance, all the hard work and
dedication he puts into his football, not just
on the pitch but away from it too.
“And with Mesut and his amazing ability, you
see that each and every day at the club.”
Prolific
Welbeck has not exactly set the Premier
League alight, with injuries blighting his
season once again.
But having been part of the England squad
four years ago which was eliminated after
back-to-back defeats and then missing Euro
2016 following knee surgery, he is determined
to make his mark this time.
And while captain Harry Kane may be the
striker fans are banking on to shoot the
Three Lions into the knockout stages, the
record books prove it is Welbeck who heads
to Russia as the most prolific marksman in
Gareth Southgate’s squad.
With 15 goals in 37 games, the Arsenal
forward has never let his country down and
while some claim he has been fortunate to
earn selection, the Mancunian believes his
Arsenal striker eager to
make impact in Russia
■ by IAN MURTAGH
stats more than justify his call-up. “I haven’t
pointed that out to the gaffer,” said Welbeck,
who has scored three more international
goals than Kane.
“He knows all the ins and outs anyway.
But that is something to build on. I won’t be
resting on my laurels.
“I’ve had a lot of success on the international
stage and I want that to continue and make
more of an impact.”
Welbeck is one of just five survivors from
2014 – but what this England squad may lack
in terms of experience, it more than makes up
for with raw pace.
So who would win a 100m sprint?
“Raheem (Sterling) would be rapid out of the
blocks, say for the first 10 yards,” he added,
taking a few moments to gather his thoughts.
“Then there are a few boys who would catch
up and take him.
“Marcus (Rashford) is quick, Kyle Walker –
there are a lot of quick players in the squad.
“But it’s different in football. You don’t see
players running 100m – perhaps Kyle when he
goes on the overlap. I haven’t seen Ruben
(Loftus-Cheek) really go for it yet, he might be
quick.
“Football’s more about agility and stuff in
tight spaces. Put it this way, there are a lot of
players who would back themselves.
“We just haven’t had a race and we’ll have to
wait and see if I get a medal.”
The camaraderie within the squad is obvious
and the banter is in full flow with 18 days to go
until England’s opening group game against
Tunisia.
Grinning
Asked who he would hate to be stuck in a lift
with, Welbeck said: “It’s out of Jesse (Lingard)
and Marcus.
“I can handle them for a small period of time
but then if it goes on too long...
“Marcus was in my room last night and I
just wanted to go to bed. ‘Just get out of my
room,’ I said, but I think he wanted to stay.”
Welbeck suddenly realises the implications
of that last sentence.
“Not like that!” he screams, laughing at his
unintended double entendre.
If he is still grinning in six weeks’ time,
England will be in a very happy place.
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Dier: Alli loves
to wind ’em up
ERIC DIER insists
Tottenham team-mate
Dele Alli revels in his
role as the player
opposition fans love to
hate.
Alli has come under fire
for his short fuse and,
after a dip in form last
season, is no longer
guaranteed a place in
England’s starting
line-up.
But Dier reckons Alli can
handle the flak and will
thrive at the World Cup.
“He is always going to
be someone that divides
opinion and I think he is
comfortable with that,”
said Dier.
“He’s very comfortable
with who he is and he
should be – he’s a
fantastic young boy and
a great player.”
Alli heads to Russia
after a campaign in
which he scored just nine
league goals, half his
tally of the previous
season. His temperament
■ by IAN MURTAGH
has also come under the
microscope but Dier
insists Alli has been
harshly treated.
“That is the world we
live in, whether it’s fair
or not,” he said.
“He will have to get
used to it. He can be
proud of what he is at the
moment and he can be an
even better player.
“He can improve in
everything, on and off
the field, like all of us
can, and I think he
knows that.”
Dier has called on
England to attack the
World Cup to avoid the
mishaps of previous
tournaments.
“One of the big things
is we want to be proactive
and go head-on into the
challenge,” he said.
“You need to have the
right attitude to be
successful, and a bit of
luck.”
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FORWARD ROLL:
Welbeck celebrates
his goal against Malta
with Harry Kane
‘MAD MAN’ TYSON’S
WORDS GRIP DANNY
■ by IAN MURTAGH
DANNY WELBECK plans to deliver a
knockout punch at the World Cup – with
a little help from former world heavyweight
champion Mike Tyson.
The Arsenal hitman, 27, is an avid reader
of autobiographies, a hobby which grew
during his rehabilitation after knee surgery
two years ago.
And Tyson’s life story is one book that is
rarely left on the shelf.
Welbeck said: “Straight after surgery,
I couldn’t put weight on my leg for two
months. I was just sitting around reading.
“Not just football but sports mentality
books, autobiographies of different people.
“I like the Mike Tyson one – ‘Undisputed
Truth’. He’s a fighter, he’s a mad man.”
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You’ll Pan them
NORTHERN IRELAND
boss Michael O’Neill is
confident England will
not suffer a giant-killing
when they face Panama
in the World Cup.
O’Neill’s side drew 0-0
in Panama yesterday.
And O’Neill reckons
there will be no repeat
of England’s Euro 2016
humbling by Iceland
when they face the
World Cup debutants.
O’Neill said: “I’d be
surprised if England
and Belgium don’t beat
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them. It’s going to be a
tough ask for them to do
anything in terms of
coming through the first
phase.
“They have a great
pride playing for their
country and when you
have that you’re capable
of producing results.
“But I think England
will be too strong.
“The tournament’s
going to be tough for
Panama.”
Phil recalls duo
Notch
Not that Welbeck is suggesting the
controversial former boxer is a role model.
“I’m not just a fighter,” added Welbeck.
“I like to give love as well. I’m a lover too.
“But you fight for competition in sports
and you see in different athletes different
mentalities. You take bits from each one.”
Whether Welbeck can rediscover the
goalscoring form which saw him notch
up 13 goals in his first four years as an
England player remains to be seen.
But he believes he has developed a
mental toughness as he has fought his
way back from a succession of injuries.
He said “When you come back, you’re
not going to be fighting fit. You’ve got to
develop a robustness.
“Getting a big injury is not easy to deal
with. Now I’m just glad that’s all behind me
and I can look forward to the World Cup.”
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FIGHTING BACK:
Welbeck in training
with England this week
ENGLAND Women boss
Phil Neville has recalled
Chelsea defender Millie
Bright and Manchester
City midfielder Jill Scott
to his squad for the World
Cup qualifier away to
Russia.
The pair missed last
month’s goalless draw
against Wales and the 2-0
win over Bosnia-Herzegovina because of injury.
Victory in Moscow on
Friday week would leave
England, who top Group
One, well on course to
qualify for next year’s
finals in France. Neville
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said: “We know from
recent experience that
teams are wary of our
attacking threat and we
expect Russia to be no
different.
“We will have to be
ruthless when opportunities come our way,
but it is important we
remain patient, focused
and calm until they do.
“Everyone is in a
positive mood about the
challenge ahead and
wants to end the season
on a high.”
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IN A STORM:
Joe Hart could be
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Bruce on
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HART’S HANDED A
SPORTING
CHANCE
Lisbon lifeline for Joe
JOE HART is set to be thrown a
career lifeline by Sporting Lisbon.
The Portuguese side are ready to
rescue the former England
goalkeeper, whose Premier League
prospects have nose-dived.
Manchester City keeper Hart had
a disastrous season on loan at
West Ham, who have passed up the
option to sign the 31-year-old.
Hart was then axed from Gareth
Southgate’s World Cup squad.
His chances of staying in the top
flight are not helped by the fact
■ by STEVE MADELEY
STEVE BRUCE’S Aston
Villa future was in the
balance last night as
owner Tony Xia warned of
changes and major cuts.
Xia praised boss Bruce
(below) for leading Villa to
the Championship play-off
final, which they
lost to
Fulham.
But the
Chinese
businessman
failed to
guarantee
Bruce’s
future and
hinted he will
no longer
bankroll transfers after
two years of big spending.
Villa also confirmed the
departure of former
England captain John
Terry after one season.
Xia said: “I am an Aston
Villa fan but I am also a
businessman. Under the
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CHELSEA are ready to
enter the £80m battle for
Bayern Munich superstar
Robert Lewandowski.
The prolific Pole (below)
has sparked a scramble
after announcing he
wants to
leave the
Germans.
Agent
Pini
Zahavi
has
strong
links
with the
Blues and
their owner
Roman
Abramovich, and claims
“almost all the top clubs”
want the 29-year-old.
Zahavi said: “Robert
feels he needs a new
challenge. Those in
charge at Bayern are
aware of this. Robert’s
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■ by IAN WHITTELL
that England rivals Jack Butland
and Tom Heaton are both likely to
be moving this summer.
That leaves Lisbon as an escape
route for Hart as Sporting look to
replace Portugal No.1 Rui Patricio,
who is joining Napoli.
City will help the keeper leave
permanently this summer rather
than spend another season out on
loan. Before his year with the
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MANCHESTER UNITED BUST-UP
ROM
RAP
FOR
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STRAIN-ING
GROUND: Lukaku
and Mourinho after the
defeat at Wembley
Lukaku fires back at
boss over final snub
ROMELU LUKAKU has hit
back at Jose Mourinho’s
claim that he didn’t fancy
playing in the FA Cup Final.
Manchester United boss Mourinho
insisted his star striker said he
wasn’t fit to start in the 1-0 defeat by
Chelsea.
An angry Mourinho said at the
time: “How can I convince a player
who tells me he’s not ready to play?”
But yesterday Lukaku claimed it
was his manager who made the
controversial call to leave him on
the bench at Wembley.
He said: “Of course I was desperate
to play. But I didn’t look good in
■ by IAN WHITTELL
training at all. I mean, it was a
difficult situation.
“Obviously me and the manager
had a conversation and he is the one
that made a decision.”
Now recovered from the ankle
injury, Lukaku is training with
Belgium ahead of the World Cup.
But despite contradicting his club
boss, Lukaku insists there is no rift
with Mourinho.
He said: “Everybody is thinking
me and the manager have a big issue
or something but it’s not like that.
Me and the manager have a perfect
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