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Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
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Merry lives of Windsor
I
N the year of Charles and
Diana?s wedding, my
enthusiasm for everything
royal spilled over into writing
a play about the Windsors.
I cannot remember it but
when I presented it to my teacher,
she handed it straight back. ?You
will have to send it to the Lord
Chancellor for approval,? she said.
I am sure, in 1981, this was not still
true, rather she just could not face
reading a child?s awful play.
The Windsors (C4), now
on its second season, suggests
that the Lord Chancellor approves
most things these days. It would
be wrong to call this show a sitcom,
it is more some skits about the
modern Royal Family, hung on the
threads of a story.
Like a sitcom though its cast
of characters is small, regular and
Matt Baylis
on last
night?s TV
consistent. If there are people out
there who study television genres
like they do orchids or spiders, it
would be an interesting specimen.
It is also unusual because, unlike
every other sitcom, we knew the
characters before it started.
Its closest cousin in the TV vaults
might be the 1980s ITV sitcom
Brass, populated by types we knew
well from other shows like Dallas
and Poldark. There were chuckles,
certainly as Prince Harry (Richard
Goulding) opened a nightclub and
lost �illion in two days because
he was not making anyone pay for
drinks. ?Do people pay for drinks??
he pondered. ?I never have.?
Replaying the eternal battle of
nice/naughty sisters, the Duchess
of Cambridge (Louise Ford)
responded to Pippa?s taunts about
being boring by becoming DJ at
Harry?s club. Within two days, she
needed Pippa?s wealthy husband
to bail them out. Pippa (Morgana
Robinson) agreed as long as she
admitted, ?That you?re a bland,
goody two-shoes head girl who
bores everyone.?
The sister scenes ? mainly
gags ? pointed us in an unusual
direction. The Windsors ? from
playboy Harry to bitchy Princesses
Bea and Euge ? are not so much
Picks of the day
Cookery: James Martin?s French
Adventure, 8.30pm, ITV
After leaving Scarborough Technical
College as a fresh-faced youngster,
James Martin spent time learning his
trade in France. For this new, 10-part
series he returns to the country to
revisit the locations that shaped his
culinary career. Along with Jamie
Oliver, Martin is one of the easiest TV
chefs to watch and he has lost none
of his charisma here. The series
begins at the Ch鈚eau Cheval Blanc
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the kitchens of the Hostellerie de
Plaisance, where Martin (left) worked
as a lad more than 30 years ago. He
rounds off his trip by cooking at an
award-winning vineyard. We can see
this becoming a regular part of our
Thursday nights this summer.
Genealogy: Who Do You
Think You Are? 9pm, BBC1
Craig Revel Horwood has
lived in Britain for almost
three decades but his
roots lie in Australia. The
Strictly judge wants to
look back at his family
history and to see if any
of his relatives made their
living, like he does, in the
entertainment industry.
The Victoria-born dancer
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ancestor risked everything
in the Australian gold
rush, before a visit to his
100-year-old grandmother
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another somewhat
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Unable to track Lauren down, Steven grows increasingly
paranoid and when Josh arrives, things come to a head.
The showcase gets under way for Bex, Shakil and
Louise (Jasmine Armfield, Shaheen Jafargholi and
Tilly Keeper, all above) but with Alexandra and Madison
eager to cause mischief, can Bex go through with
her performance? Denny and Will seek revenge on
Keegan, only for their prank to backfire.
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finished a very satisfying first run
last night. As you would expect for
a finale (one written in the
expectation of coming back next
year), there were fireworks.
Sponsor Sadiq Nawaz?s affair
with headteacher Mandy Carter (Jo
Joyner) was revealed at the open
day, in a speech by his star pupil
daughter. In the fraught meetings
that followed, Sadiq (Adil Ray)
showed his true nature.
In the meantime, results-driven
Mandy realised caring for the kids
was just as important. In a neat
contrast, all-heart English teacher
Emma Keane (Liz White) realised
she had a duty to start looking after
wayward daughter Chloe (Fern
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Full marks for great performances
throughout the series. See you after
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the Natural History Museum take down the cast
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Gameshow:
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Soap: EastEnders, 7.30pm, BBC1
characters we knew before, as ones
we felt we knew.
Few of us know the Royals but we
all know a story version of who they
are. That is how another popular
TV genre works on our hearts and
minds, the soap opera.
We did not know Dot Cotton
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recognise. That is why you could
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Ackley Bridge (C4), which
Tonight?s team of
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to conquer the Crystal
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Andrea McLean,
Spencer Matthews
(right), Stacey Solomon,
Tom Allen and Joe
Swash. Four zones lie
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9.15 Right On The Money
Catching up with families who
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10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Developments in Birmingham,
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11.00 Neighbourhood Blues
Reports on an operation to reel in a
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11.45 Rip Off Britain: Holidays
The inconsistent treatment of
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Further coverage from SW19,
featuring Venus Williams v Johanna
Konta and Garbine Muguruza v
Magdalena Rybarikova in the ladies?
singles semi-finals. Konta is the first
British lady to reach the last four since
Virginia Wade in 1978, but faces a
tough test against five-time champion
Williams. Muguruza was a finalist here
in 2015 and won last year?s French
Open, while Rybarikova has been
something of a surprise package,
having never previously been beyond
the third round of a Grand Slam in
a 12-year professional career. (W) (S)
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6.30 Local News, Weather (S) v
6.00 The TV That Made Me
Brian Conley invites Penny Smith to
select her favourite TV shows. (R) (W)
6.30 Right On The Money (R) (W)
7.15 Bargain Hunt Jonathan Pratt
and John Cameron provide expert
advice in Oswestry, Shropshire. (R)
8.00 Sign Zone: Horizon: 10
Things You Need To Know
About The Future Mathematician
Hannah Fry is joined by experts to
investigate the future. (R) (SL) (W) (S)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
11.30 Daily Politics Parliamentary
reports, presented by Andrew Neil. (S)
12.30 Wimbledon 2017 Sue Barker
introduces coverage of day ten at the
All England Club, where the ladies?
semi-final singles matches are due to
take place. The opening contest at the
corresponding stage of last year?s
tournament featured Serena Williams
in action against the unseeded Elena
Vesnina, who was appearing in her
first-ever Grand Slam semi-final. While
the American?s pedigree at SW19 is
unquestionable, Vesnina had failed to
progress beyond the second round
during this decade, and had crashed
out 12 months previously, so would
have to produce an upset if she was
to reach the final. As expected, it was
the defending champion who emerged
victorious, claiming a straightforward
6-2, 6-0 victory, as she continued her
efforts to retain the title. (W) (S)
6.00 Good Morning Britain
Chesney Hawkes talks about doing
the festival circuit and Pat Sharp has
the lowdown on Fun House. (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, fashion
and showbiz news, plus cooking
tips and celebrity gossip. (W) (S)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Julia Stiles and
Phil Davis talk about Riviera. Plus,
Amanda Barrie chats about The Baby
Boomer?s Guide To Growing Old. (W)
12.30 Loose Women The ladies invite
actor, comedian and writer Julian
Clary to chat about what he is up to
? or anything else that takes his fancy.
1.30 ITV News, Weather
1.55 Local News, Weather v
2.00 Judge Rinder Cameras follow
Robert Rinder as he takes on real-life
cases in a studio courtroom. (R) (W)
3.00 David Dickinson?s Name
Your Price Gameshow in which
three pairs of contestants compete
against one another to value antiques
or collectibles to win a cash prize. (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S) v
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes. (R) (W)
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as four contestants answer
general knowledge questions. (R) (W)
6.00 Local News, Weather v
6.30 ITV News, Weather
6.00 Countdown Word game. (R,S)
6.45 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.10 Will & Grace US comedy. (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
Robert has to come up with an excuse
when Amy smells smoke on him. (R)
8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray has a brush with death. (R,S)
8.35 Frasier Martin angrily accuses
Frasier of eavesdropping. (AD) (R,S)
9.05 Frasier Hit US comedy. (AD) (R)
9.35 Frasier Niles is suspected of
being an accomplice to murder. (R,S)
10.05 Undercover Boss USA (R,S)
11.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun Newlyweds search on the island
of Tobago in the Caribbean. (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Pairs from Kent compete. (R,S)
1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers
Brokers examine an autograph
book full of famous names. (R,S)
2.10 Countdown With Suzannah
Lipscomb in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun A couple search for a holiday
home on the island of St Lucia. (R,S)
4.00 Best Of Both Worlds (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The Woodlands
Guest House is the final stay. (R,S)
5.30 Come Dine With Me
Cushla tries to win over her guests
with some impressive cuisine. (R,S)
6.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks Shane is on to
Darren, while Scott comes home. (AD)
6.00 Milkshake! Fun for youngsters.
9.15 The Wright Stuff The day?s
news comes under scrutiny from
Matthew Wright and the panel.
11.15 House Doctor Tracy Metro tries
to help Birmingham homeowner
Omer, whose vocal parrot has put
off prospective buyers. (AD) (R,S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 Big Brother Daily round-up
of highlights, revealing how the
housemates are getting on. (R,S)
1.10 Access Showbiz news. (S)
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
2.15 NCIS A Navy Seal is shot dead
while threatening to jump from a roof
and an Al-Qaeda operative becomes
the main suspect. Meanwhile, a
rumour spreads about Abby. (R,S)
3.15 Stranger In An Amish Town
2014 (12) A stranger and his son turn
up on the doorstep of three Amish
sisters, who offer him a place to stay
and a job as a handyman. The
women?s niece is suspicious of the
new arrival. Romantic mystery,
starring Sarah Lancaster. (W)
5.00 5 News At 5 Latest headlines.
5.30 Neighbours Sonya is upset
when Mark suggests Toadie might be
thinking of moving out. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away John goes
on a road trip to his childhood home
accompanied by Jet. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight A round-up
of the evening?s main headlines. (S)
The One
Show:
Alex Jones
co-hosts the
live magazine
show,
7pm
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Dara O Briain
looks back on
another
eventful week
in news and
politics,
10pm
Killer
Women
With Piers
Morgan:
Piers travels
to Gadsden
Correctional
Facility,
9pm
7.00 Wimbledon 2017
Further coverage as other
matches scheduled to take place
today include the semi-finals of
the men?s doubles competition.
8.00 The Sheriffs Are Coming
The officers deal with a large
group of squatters who have
barricaded themselves inside a
building in South London, while
Tommy and Craig meet a dealer
who sold a potentially lethal
second-hand car. (AD) (W) (S)
8.00 Today At Wimbledon
8.00 Emmerdale Aaron struggles 8.00 Who Wants My Council
8.00 Money?s Too Tight
Clare Balding introduces
to cope with Rebecca?s
House? Documentary following
To Mention: On Benefits
highlights of the day?s play, where
pregnancy and the tension drives
five households looking to swap
A couple who think their house is
the last-four matches of the ladies?
him to start self-harming. (AD)
their council house, a process that
haunted and a man who suffered
singles draw would decide who
8.30 James Martin?s French
involves tenants showing each
multiple injuries in a motorbike
progressed to Saturday?s final.
other around their homes and if
accident who has now joined
H Adventure The chef visits
Plus, there?s a preview of the
locations that inspired his culinary
the first viewing goes well they
a band. Last in the series. (S)
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men?s singles semi-finals. (W) (S)
career. See Pick Of The Day. (W)
decide whether to exchange. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
9.00 Who Do You Think You
9.00 Horizon: Dippy And The
H Whale Documentary following
Natural History Museum?s
H the
replacement of its famous
10.00BBC News At Ten
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (W)
10.00Mock The Week
With guests Tom Allen, Ed
Byrne, Rhys James, Nish Kumar
and Tiff Stevenson. (W) (S)
10.30Newsnight
Analysis of the day?s events,
presented by Kamal Ahmed. (W)
(S) Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
grandparents? families, curious to
know if any of his ancestors were
also involved in entertainment.
See Pick Of The Day. (AD) (W)
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.45Murdered For Being
Different Fact-based drama
telling the story of a brutal attack
on a couple in a Lancashire park.
Sophie Lancaster was kicked to
death, while Robert Maltby was
beaten into a coma ? all because
they were dressed as goths. (AD)
dinosaur skeleton cast in the
entrance hall with the real
skeleton of a blue whale.
See Pick Of The Day. (W) (S)
11.15The Drug Trial:
Emergency At The Hospital
In 2006, eight men took part in a
drug trial that went wrong. This
documentary tells the story of one
11.45This Week Andrew Neil,
of the most infamous medical
Michael Portillo and other guests
emergencies in history. (AD) (R)
take a look back at the past seven
days? political and parliamentary
12.15
Sign Zone: The Week The
developments. (S) Followed by
Landlords Moved In Some of
Weather For The Week Ahead.
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
Home And
Away:
Kat gets
lessons in
childcare from
Marilyn,
6pm
7.00 The One Show Alex Jones
and Kevin Duala present the live
magazine show, featuring chat
and stories of interest. (W) (S)
7.30 EastEnders Steven grows
paranoid when
H increasingly
is unable to find Lauren.
H he
See Pick Of The Day. (AD) (W)
Craig Revel Horwood
H Are?
to his native Australia
H returns
to find out more about his
7.00 Emmerdale Debbie tries
to convince Cain that his
relationship with Harriet will bring
nothing but trouble. (AD) (W) (S)
7.30 Eat, Shop, Save
New series. Ranvir Singh and a
team of experts give families a
eight-week challenge to get fitter.
Naked
Attraction:
Anna
Richardson
guides two
more singletons
on the dating
show,
10pm
7.00 Police Interceptors
Jim and the team take to the road
to spring a trap on drug dealers,
while Dan and Gordy track down
a man seen roaming the streets
with two knives and John picks up
the pieces of a multicar pile-up.
(R) Followed by 5 News Update.
9.00 Killer Women With Piers 9.00 The Crystal Maze:
9.00 Circus Kids: Our Secret
Morgan The host hears the story H Celebrity Special
World Fifteen-year-old Imogene
of Ashley Humphrey, who in
Richard
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guides
Andrea
has spent years training as an
H
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McLean, Spencer Matthews, Tom
aerialist and has now been
Rozzo, trying to understand
Allen, Stacey Solomon and Joe
offered a full-time job. But to
how a seemingly innocent
Swash around the four zones,
take it she will have to drop out
20-year-old woman could end up
tackling various challenges to win
of school. It?s a big decision but
committing murder. (AD) (W) (S)
the crystals. See Pick Of The Day.
one her parents fully support. (S)
10.00ITV News, Weather
Round-up of the latest national
and international headlines. (W)
10.30Local News, Weather v
10.45The Late Debate
Simon Harris is joined by a panel
of local MPs for a discussion. v
11.10Fearless As Kevin fights for
his life in hospital, the US air force
lets Emma meet in secret with
Logan, who tells her he was in a
relationship with Linda before her
death, while Matthew Wild rallies
support as he prepares for the
leadership election. (AD) (R) (W)
10.00Naked Attraction
Anna Richardson is joined by
26-year-old Adele from Scotland
and 22-year-old Jack from
Manchester who choose a new
partner based on their naked
bodies ? and then even things up
by getting their own kits off. (AD)
10.00Big Brother Daily round-up
of highlights, revealing how the
housemates are getting on under
the all-seeing eye of Big Brother,
featuring the latest tasks, games,
arguments, laughs, diary room
visits and bedroom chit-chat.
Narrated by Marcus Bentley. (S)
11.05Real, Fake Or Unknown 11.05Big Brother?s Bit On The
Proving the authenticity of internet
Side Rylan Clark-Neal presents
promotional videos, featuring a
the BB companion show,
European video advertising a new
including celebrity fans? thoughts
extreme sport and a commercial
on the latest developments in the
for a jet-powered hoverboard. (S)
run-up to tomorrow?s eviction and
behind-the-scenes insights. (S)
12.05 SuperCasino Viewers get the
12.10 First Dates (AD) (R,S) 1.05
chance to take part in live interactive
12.10 Jackpot247 Viewers are
Bizarre ER (AD) (S) 1.55 One Born
gaming. 3.10 The Hotel Inspector.
offered the chance to participate in
Every
Minute
(AD)
(R,S)
2.50
Alex Polizzi tries to make sense of
Britain?s landlords spend a week
live interactive gaming. (W) 3.00 Eat,
Epidemic: When Britain Fought Aids
a struggling business near Bristol.
living in one of their own rental
Shop,
Save.
Ranvir
Singh
presents
12.40-6.00 BBC News Round-up of
(R,S) 3.45 The Supervet (R,S) 4.35
(R,S) 4.00 Now That?s Funny! (R)
properties. (AD) (R) (SL) 1.15
this consumer show. (R) (W) (S)
the latest national and international
Secrets Of Britain?s New Homes:
(SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL)
Sign Zone: Supercharged Otters:
3.25 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based
headlines, including weather
Channel
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Dispatches
(R)
5.05-6.00
(S) 5.10 Great Artists (R) (SL) (S)
Natural World (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
information service. (W) 5.05-6.00
forecast and sport results. (W) (S)
Location, Location, Location (R,S)
5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL) (S)
2.15-6.00 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 That ?70s Show US sitcom. (S)
8.20 That ?70s Show Hit comedy.
8.45 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.35 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
10.30 That ?70s Show US sitcom. (S)
10.55 That ?70s Show Hit comedy.
11.25 FILM: A Zebra?s Tale
2013 (U) Animated adventure,
with the voice of Jake T Austin. (S)
1.05 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
2.00 Can?t Pay? We?ll Take It
Away An episode combining new
and unforgettable past cases. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Dance Moms Jill attempts to
profit from Melissa?s fall from grace.
5.00 SpongeBob SquarePants (S)
5.15 SpongeBob SquarePants (S)
5.30 SpongeBob SquarePants (S)
5.45 SpongeBob SquarePants (S)
6.00 Neighbours Sonya is upset
when Mark suggests Toadie might be
thinking of moving out. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Home And Away VJ decides
it is time to give up on custody of Luc.
7.05 Dance Moms A new girl
auditions for Abby?s team, Cathy tries
to end a rival?s winning streak and a
group dances at a nursing home to
cheer up one of its residents. (S)
8.00 Dance Moms Maddie and
Brynn have solos to perform, but the
mothers are not happy when Abby
assigns Brynn a dance inspired
by an old Maddie routine. (S)
9.00 FILM: The Equalizer 2014
(15) A retired secret agent applies
his talents to the task of helping
victims of injustice. When he
witnesses a prostitute being beaten
up by a pimp, he kills the man, an act
that draws him into a battle to the
death with a Russian crime syndicate.
Action thriller based on the 1980s TV
series, starring Denzel Washington.
11.40 South Park Randy is enraged
when the school tries to change the
rules of American football. (S)
12.15 South Park (S) 12.45 South
Park (S) 1.10 Wentworth Prison
2.10 Wentworth Prison 3.15 The
Magicians (S) 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
5USA
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.10 Castle The team hunts for a
serial killer targeting police officers.
10.00 Law & Order A car dealer is
bludgeoned to death. US drama. (S)
11.00 Law & Order A cosmetics
mogul is charged with murder. (S)
12.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation A TV producer
is killed at a sci-fi convention.
1.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.10 FILM: Forbidden Secrets
2005 (12) Thriller, starring Kristy
Swanson and David Keeley.
3.00 NCIS Ducky introduces Gibbs to
his new girlfriend. Cheryl Ladd stars.
4.00 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green question a comedian in
connection with the death of his
adopted child. Jerry Orbach stars. (S)
5.00 Law & Order Lupo and
Bernard investigate the death of a war
veteran whose body was discovered
in a Hudson University car park. (S)
6.00 CSI: NY Ballerina Ellen White
is found strangled at the Manhattan
Conservatory of Dance and Danny
discovers traces of pre-American
Civil War gunpowder on the rope
used in the murder. Gary Sinise stars.
7.00 NCIS A murder investigation
leads the team to provide protection
for a pregnant marine whose unborn
child could sway the balance of
power in Afghanistan. (AD) (S)
8.00 NCIS The death of a Navy
commander brings the team back into
contact with NCIS agent EJ Barrett.
9.00 Chicago PD The cops search
for a missing woman after a carjacking
goes wrong. Jason Beghe stars.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Novak tries to track
down Benson. Mariska Hargitay stars.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A distinctive tattoo
on the body of a dead teenage girl
leads Stabler and Beck to a foster
home ? which proves to be a cover
for a child-prostitution ring. (S)
12.00 Law & Order: Criminal
Intent (S) 12.55 CSI: Miami (AD) (S)
1.55 CSI: Miami (AD) (S) 2.55 Played
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6.33 The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw.
10.00 Clara Amfo. 12.45 Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott
Mills. 4.00 Dev. 5.45 Newsbeat. 6.00 Dev. 7.00
Annie Mac. 9.00 Radio 1?s Artist Takeover With All
Time Low Mura Masa. 10.02 BBC Radio 1?s Residency
? Kolsch. 12.00 BBC Radio 1?s Residency ? Helena
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Radio 2
FM: 88-90.2 MHz
5.00 Vanessa Feltz. 6.30 Chris Evans: Music and
topical conversation. 9.30 Ken Bruce. 12.00 Jeremy
Vine. 2.00 Steve Wright In The Afternoon. 5.00 Simon
Mayo. 7.00 Bob Harris Country. 8.00 Jo Whiley.
10.00 The Radio 2 Arts Show With Jonathan Ross.
12.00 The Tommy Sandhu House Party. 2.00 Radio 2
Playlists. 3.00 Radio 2 Playlist: Have A Great Weekend.
4.00-5.00 Radio 2 Playlist: Feelgood Friday.
Radio 3
FM: 90.2-92.4 MHz
6.30 Breakfast. 9.00 Essential Classics. 12.00
Composer Of The Week: Messiaen. 1.00 News. 1.02
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert. 2.00 Afternoon On 3:
Verdi?s opera Falstaff, based on Shakespeare?s comedy
The Merry Wives of Windsor and scenes from Henry IV.
Martin Schebesta conducts the Vienna State Opera
Chorus and Orchestra. 4.30 In Tune: Sean Rafferty
presents live music by former Bellowhead frontman
Jon Boden and British tenor Mark Padmore, with
guitarist Morgan Szymanski. 6.30 Composer Of The
Week: Messiaen: Olivier Messiaen?s period of fame,
including his 1962 tour of Japan with his pianist wife
Yvonne Loriod and a commission to compose a war
memorial. 7.30 Radio 3 In Concert: Eric Whitacre
conducts the BBC Singers in a programme featuring
Arvo P鋜t?s Passio and the UK premiere of Whitacre?s I
Fall, Recorded at St Mary Magdalene, Taunton. 10.00
Free Thinking: Matthew Sweet is joined by Simon Heffer
and Tiffany Jenkins to debate ideas explored by poet
and critic Matthew Arnold in 1867-68 about the
importance of culture to society. 10.45 The Essay.
11.00 Late Junction. 12.30 Through The Night.
Radio Choice
The Pin,
Radio 4, 6.30pm
In this double-act comedy show,
Alex Owen and Ben Ashenden
revise, tweak and comment on their
sketches as they go, deconstructing
the boundary between them and the
listener, revealing the twisted logic
behind their skewed approach to life.
5 Live Sport: Will Perry presents the day?s
sports news. 7.30
6-Love-6: Former
Wimbledon champion John McEnroe answers
listeners? calls live from the All England Club,
offering his opinions on the action so far. 8.30
5 Live Sport: 5 Live Cycling. 9.00 5 Live
Formula 1. 10.00 Adrian Goldberg. 1.005.00 Up All Night: Global headlines.
talkSPORT
MW: 1053, 1089, 1071, 1107 kHz
5.00 Geoff Peters. 6.00 The Alan Brazil
Sports Breakfast With Micky Quinn. 10.00
Jim White. 1.00 Hawksbee And Jacobs: The
latest sports news. 4.00 Adrian Durham And
Darren Gough. 7.00 Kick-off: With Mark
Saggers. 10.00 Sports Bar. 1.00 The Two
Mikes. 4.00-5.00 My Sporting Life.
This is the third series from The
Pin, with their first two series having
won them a slew of awards as well
as fans including Ben Stiller.
In this episode, in a desperate bid
not to be cut from the schedules,
Alex and Ben are determined to
prove they can be educational.
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5.00 News. 5.06 The Newsroom. 5.30
Healthcheck. 6.00 Newsday. 8.30 Business
Daily. 8.50 Witness. 9.00 News. 9.06 The
Thought Show. 10.00 World Update. 11.00
The Newsroom. 11.30 The Food Chain.
12.00 News. 12.06 Outlook. 1.00 The
Newsroom.
1.30
Assignment.
2.00
Newshour. 3.00 News. 3.06 The Inquiry.
3.30 World Business Report. 4.00 BBC OS.
6.00 News. 6.06 Outlook. 7.00 The
Newsroom. 7.30 Today At Wimbledon. 8.00
News. 8.06 The Inquiry. 8.30 Science In
Action. 9.00 Newshour. 10.00 News. 10.06
Assignment. 10.30 The Food Chain. 11.00
The Newsroom. 11.20 Sports News. 11.30
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World Business Report. 12.00 News. 12.06
The Thought Show. 1.00 News: Latest
headlines. 1.06 Business Matters. 2.00
News. 2.06 The Newsroom. 2.30 Assignment.
3.00 News. 3.06 Talking Books. 3.30 World
Football. 4.00 News. 4.06-5.00 Outlook.
Classic FM
FM: 100-102 MHz
6.00 More Music Breakfast. 9.00 John
Suchet. 1.00 Anne-Marie Minhall. 5.00
Classic FM Drive. 7.00 Smooth Classics At
Seven. 8.00 The Full Works Concert. 10.00
Smooth Classics. 1.00-6.00 Jane Jones.
Absolute Radio
MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz
6.00 Christian O?Connell?s Breakfast Show.
10.00 Leona Graham. 1.00 Andy Bush.
4.00 Danielle Perry. 6.00 Pete Donaldson.
9.00 Green Day ? Live In Hyde Park. 10.00
Sarah Champion. 1.00-6.00 Chris Martin.
Radio Wales
MW: 882, 657 kHz FM: 93.9-95.9,
103.7-103.9 MHz
5.00 Mal Pope. 6.30 Good Morning Wales.
9.04 Jason Mohammad: Music and topical
conversation. 11.03 Wynne Evans. 1.04
Eleri Si鬾. 4.00 Good Evening Wales. 6.30
Wales At Work. 7.03 Janice Long. 10.03
Chris Needs. 1.00 As BBC World Service.
Radio 4
FM: 92.4-94.6 MHz LW: 198 kHz
5.30 News Briefing. 5.43 Prayer For The Day. 5.45
Farming Today. 5.58 Tweet Of The Day. 6.00 Today.
8.31 (LW) Yesterday In Parliament. 9.00 The Long
View. 9.30 One To One. 9.45 (LW) Daily Service.
9.45 (FM) Book of the Week: RisingTideFallingStar.
10.00 Woman?s Hour. 11.00 From Our Own
Correspondent. 11.30 The Black Chair. 12.00 News.
12.01 (LW) Shipping Forecast. 12.04 50 Things That
Made The Modern Economy. 12.15 You And Yours.
12.57 Weather. 1.00 The World At One. 1.45 Cold
War: Stories From The Big Freeze. 2.00 The Archers:
Ruth has a decision to make. 2.15 Road To St Davids:
By Douglas Livingstone. 3.00 Open Country: Ian
Marchant explores the landscape of the River Lune in
Lancashire, where his friend and musical partner Chas
Ambler lived until his death two years ago. 3.27 (FM)
Radio 4 Appeal: Alison Steadman appeals on behalf of
Pancreatic Cancer UK. 3.30 Open Book: With Matt
Haig. 4.00 The Film Programme: Francine Stock talks
to Warren Beatty about Bonnie and Clyde. 4.30 BBC
Inside Science: The latest scientific research. 5.00
PM: With Eddie Mair. 5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast.
5.57 Weather. 6.00 Six O?Clock News. 6.30 The Pin:
See Radio Choice. 7.00 The Archers: Lilian has got
her hands full. 7.15 Front Row: Arts programme. 7.45
Tales Of The City ? The Days Of Anna Madrigal: By
Armistead Maupin. 8.00 The Briefing Room: Current
affairs documentary focusing on an important issue in
the news. 8.30 The Bottom Line: Evan Davis asks
when business leaders should apologise. 9.00 BBC
Inside Science: The latest scientific research to make
the news headlines and how science is evolving to
transform culture and affect lives. 9.30 The Long View:
Jonathan Freedland and his guests compare the rise of
Momentum today with the mass appeal of the
Conservative?s Primrose League in the 1880s. 10.00
The World Tonight: With Jamie Coomarasamy. 10.45
Book at Bedtime: Dangerous Visions: Fahrenheit 451:
By Ray Bradbury. 11.00 Daphne Sounds Expensive.
11.30 Today In Parliament. 12.00 News, Weather:
Latest headlines. 12.30 Book of the Week:
RisingTideFallingStar. 12.48 Shipping Forecast. 1.00
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films
today?s choice
Sky Cinema Premiere
Sky 301
6.00am I?ll See You In My Dreams (2015) (12)
Comedy drama, starring Blythe Danner. 7.45 Frankie &
Alice (2010) (15) Fact-based drama, starring Halle Berry.
9.40 The Girl With All The Gifts (2016) (15) Horror
thriller, starring Gemma Arterton. 11.40 Inferno (2016)
(12) Thriller, starring Tom Hanks. 1.45pm I?ll See You In
My Dreams (2015) (12) Comedy drama, starring Blythe
Danner. 3.35 Frankie & Alice (2010) (15) Fact-based
drama, starring Halle Berry. 5.30 War For The Planet
Of The Apes: Special 6.00 The Girl With All The
Gifts (2016) (15) Horror thriller, starring Gemma Arterton.
8.00 Inferno (2016) (12) Thriller, starring Tom Hanks and
Felicity Jones. 10.10 Pet (2016) (18) Premiere. Horror
thriller, starring Dominic Monaghan. 11.55 Dog Eat Dog
(2016) (18) Thriller, starring Nicolas Cage. 1.40am The
Here After (2015) (15) Drama, starring Ulrik Munther.
3.30 Miles (2016) (15) Comedy drama, starring Missi
Pyle. 5.10 The Top Ten Show 2017 The biggest box
office hits in the UK and US. 5.30 War For The Planet
Of The Apes: Special A behind-the-scenes look.
Sky Cinema Comedy
Sky 308
? Times quoted are BST
THE DANISH GIRL HHHH
His Own The actor chats to Alex Zane about his career.
10.55 Bridge Of Spies (2015) (12) Steven Spielberg?s
fact-based Cold War drama. 1.20pm Charlie Wilson?s
War (2007) (15) Fact-based political drama, starring Tom
Hanks. 3.15 Big (1988) (12) Comedy, starring Tom Hanks.
5.15 Tom Hanks: A League Of His Own 6.15 The
Money Pit (1986) (15) Comedy, starring Shelley Long.
8.00 Bridge Of Spies (2015) (12) Steven Spielberg?s
fact-based Cold War drama. 10.25 Saving Private Ryan
(1998) (15) Steven Spielberg?s Second World War drama.
1.15am Dragnet (1987) (PG) Spoof crime drama, with
Dan Aykroyd. 3.10 Tom Hanks: A League Of His
Own 4.10 Turner & Hooch (1989) (PG) Comedy.
Sky Cinema Drama & Romance, 4.10pm
Based on David Ebershoff?s novel of the same name,
this fact-based period novel focuses on the strange
story of artist Gerda Wegener, who unveils a portrait of
her husband Einar dressed as a woman in 1920s
Copenhagen, which soon shoots to prominence.
Following the popularity of the painting, Einar realises
that the woman in the picture is his true identity, and
decides to become one of the first people to undergo
sex reassignment surgery. However, despite initially
being behind her husband?s plans, Gerda realises that
Einar is now far from the person she fell in love with.
Starring Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander.
chris mchugh
6.35am The Top Ten Show 2017 The biggest box
office hits in the UK and US. 6.55 The House Bunny
(2008) (12) With Anna Faris. 8.40 Me Him Her (2015)
(15) With Luke Bracey. 10.25 The Naked Gun 2 1/2:
The Smell Of Fear (1991) (15) With Leslie Nielsen.
Noon Keanu (2016) (15) With Jordan Peele. 1.45 Miss
Congeniality 2: Armed And Fabulous (2005) (12)
With Sandra Bullock. 3.45 How To Be Single (2016)
(15) With Dakota Johnson. 5.45 Knocked Up (2007)
(15) With Seth Rogen. 8.00 Miss Congeniality 2:
Armed And Fabulous (2005) (12) Starring Sandra
Bullock. 10.00 Keanu (2016) (15) With Jordan Peele.
11.45 Vacation (2015) (15) With Ed Helms. 1.30am
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) (12) With Zach
Galligan. 3.25 Team America: World Police (2004)
(15) With Trey Parker. 5.10 Galaxy Quest (1999) (PG)
Sky Cinema Action & Adventure Sky 307
6.15am Alien Resurrection (1997) (18) With
Sigourney Weaver. 8.15 Pirates Of The Caribbean:
Dead Man?s Chest (2006) (12) With Johnny Depp.
10.50 The Legend Of Tarzan (2016) (12) With
Alexander Skarsgard. 12.50pm Lawrence Of Arabia
(1962) (PG) With Peter O?Toole. 4.25 The 5th Wave
(2016) (15) Starring Chloe Grace Moretz. 6.25 Pirates
Of The Caribbean: Dead Man?s Chest (2006) (12)
Starring Johnny Depp. 9.00 The Legend Of Tarzan
(2016) (12) Adventure, starring Alexander Skarsgard and
Margot Robbie. 11.00 Batman Forever (1995) (12)
Starring Val Kilmer. 1.05am Terminator Salvation
(2009) (12) With Christian Bale. 3.05 Bloodsport
(1988) (18) With Jean-Claude Van Damme. 4.40 The
Ox-Bow Incident (1943) (PG) With Henry Fonda.
Sky Cinema Family
Sky 306
6.00am Freaky Friday (1976) (U) Disney fantasy
comedy. 7.45 Frog Games (2013) (PG) With the voice
of Bella Thorne. 9.20 A Warrior?s Tail (2015) (PG)
Animated fantasy, with the voice of Milla Jovovich. 11.00
The Water Horse: Legend Of The Deep (2007)
(PG) Fantasy adventure. 1.00pm Kung Fu Panda 3
(2016) (PG) With the voice of Jack Black. 2.45 Frog
Games (2013) (PG) With the voice of Bella Thorne. 4.20
A Warrior?s Tail (2015) (PG) Animated fantasy. 6.00
The Water Horse: Legend Of The Deep (2007)
(PG) Starring Alex Etel. 8.00 Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)
(PG) Animated comedy sequel, with the voice of Bryan
Cranston. 9.40 Beethoven (1992) (U) Comedy, starring
Charles Grodin. 11.10 Twins (1988) (PG) Comedy, with
Arnold Schwarzenegger. 1.00am Freaky Friday (1976)
TCM
(U) Disney fantasy comedy, starring Jodie Foster. 2.40
Beethoven (1992) (U) Canine comedy, starring Charles
Grodin. 4.10 Twins (1988) (PG) Starring Danny DeVito.
Sky Cinema Drama & Romance
Sky 310
6.30am Ghostbusters: Special Interviews with
the cast of the movie reboot. 7.00 The King And I
(1956) (U) With Yul Brynner. 9.20 The Book Of Love
(2016) (12) With Jason Sudeikis. 11.15 Spider-Man:
Homecoming: Special The making of the new Marvel
Spider-Man movie. 11.45 Closer To The Moon (2014)
(12) With Mark Strong. 1.45pm The Fisher King (1991)
(15) With Robin Williams. 4.10 The Danish Girl (2015)
(15) See Radio Choice. 6.15 50 First Dates (2004)
(12) With Adam Sandler. 8.00 The Meddler (2015) (12)
Comedy-drama, starring Susan Sarandon. 10.00 I Saw
The Light (2015) (15) With Tom Hiddleston. 12.10am
A Mighty Heart (2007) (15) With Angelina Jolie. 2.05
Marie Antoinette (2006) (12) With Kirsten Dunst. 4.15
Paint Your Wagon (1969) (PG) With Clint Eastwood.
Sky Cinema Tom Hanks
Sky 304
6.00am Charlie Wilson?s War (2007) (15) Factbased political drama. 7.55 Big (1988) (12) Comedy,
starring Tom Hanks. 9.55 Tom Hanks: A League Of
Sky 317
6.00am Hollywood?s Best Film Directors 6.30
Hollywood?s Best Film Directors 7.00 Kung
Fu 8.10 Kung Fu 9.20 The Outriders (1950) (U)
Western, starring Joel McCrea. 11.15 Rider On A Dead
Horse (1962) (PG) Western, starring Charles Lampkin.
12.50pm Kung Fu 1.55 Kung Fu 3.00 Gunsight
Ridge (1957) (U) Western, starring Joel McCrea. 4.40
Stars In My Crown (1950) (PG) Western drama, starring
Ellen Drew. 6.25 Wild Stallion (1952) (U) Western,
starring Ben Johnson. 7.55 Night Raiders (1952) (U)
Western, starring Whip Wilson. 9.00 Fire With Fire
(2012) (15) Action thriller, starring Josh Duhamel. 11.00
Wolf Creek (2005) (18) Horror, starring John Jarratt.
1.05am Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura
2.00 Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura
3.00 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors 3.30
Hollywood?s Best Film Directors 4.00 Hollywood?s
Best Film Directors 4.30 Hollywood?s Best Film
Directors 5.00 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
5.30 Hollywood?s Best Film Directors
Film4
Freeview 15 - Sky 315
11.00am Buchanan Rides Alone (1958) (U)
Western, starring Randolph Scott. 12.35pm Arabian
Nights (1942) (PG) Starring Jon Hall. 2.15 Santa Fe
(1951) (U) Western, starring Randolph Scott. 4.00 Down
To The Sea In Ships (1949) (PG) Seafaring adventure.
6.20 War Of The Planet Of The Apes Interview
Special 6.35 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
(2011) (12) Comedy drama, starring Judi Dench. 9.00
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (2014) (12)
Sci-fi thriller sequel, starring Andy Serkis. 11.35 Killing
Them Softly (2012) (18) Crime thriller, starring Brad Pitt.
1.30am The Bling Ring (2013) (15) Drama.
entertainmentsatellite, cable and digital
ITV2
Freeview 6 - Sky 118
6.00am The Vamps: The Hot Desk 6.10
You?ve Been Framed! Gold 6.35 Vanderpump
Rules 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00
Emmerdale 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00
You?ve Been Framed! Gold 9.35 Scorpion
10.25 Below Deck 11.25 Vanderpump Rules
12.20pm Emmerdale 12.55 Coronation
Street 1.30 You?ve Been Framed! Gold 2.00
The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2.50 The Jeremy
Kyle Show 5.00 Judge Rinder 6.00 Ultimate
You?ve Been Framed! Gold 7.00 100% You?ve
Been Framed! Gold 8.00 Two And A Half Men
9.00 Love Island 10.00 CelebAbility 10.50
Family Guy 12.15am American Dad! 1.10
Two And A Half Men 1.40 Mom
ITV3
Freeview 10 - Sky 119
6.00am Man About The House 6.25
Heartbeat 7.30 Where The Heart Is 8.25 Wild
At Heart 9.30 Judge Judy 10.50 Rising Damp
11.20 Heartbeat 12.25pm Wild At Heart
1.30 ITV Racing: Live From Newmarket 4.00
Man About The House 4.35 On The Buses
5.00 George And Mildred 5.35 The Corrie
Years 6.05 Heartbeat 7.05 Murder, She Wrote
8.05 Endeavour 10.00 Law & Order: UK
11.00 Wire In The Blood 1.00am Wycliffe
2.00 George And Mildred 2.30 Teleshopping
ITV4
Freeview 24 - Sky 120
6.00am The Chase 6.45 The Professionals
7.40 Storage Wars: New York 8.40 Tour
De France Highlights 9.45 Tour De France
Live 4.30pm The Car Chasers 5.00 The
Professionals 6.00 Storage Wars: New York
7.00 Tour De France Highlights 8.00 Live
World Series Of Darts: Las Vegas Midnight
The Hand Of God: 30 Years On 1.00 Tour
De France Highlights 2.00 The Professionals
2.50 ITV4 Nightscreen 3.00 Teleshopping
Sky1
Sky 106
6.00am Road Wars 7.00 Hawaii Five-0 8.00
Zoo Tales 9.00 It?s Me Or The Dog 10.00
Nothing To Declare 11.00 Sanctuary Noon
NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00 Hawaii Five-0 3.00
NCIS: Los Angeles 4.00 Stargate Atlantis
5.00 Modern Family 6.00 Futurama 6.30 The
Simpsons 7.30 Pixar?s Greatest Moments. Alex
Zane hosts a special show counting down the
Top 20 moments in the history of the animation
studio. 9.00 Dogs: An Amazing Animal Family.
New series. Biologist Patrick Aryee embarks on
a journey through the canine family tree. 10.00
A League Of Their Own: US Road Trip 2.0
11.00 The Simpsons Midnight The Force:
Manchester 1.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response
2.00 Hawaii Five-0 3.00 Nothing To Declare
4.00 RSPCA Animal Rescue
E4
Freeview 28 - Sky 136
6.00am Hollyoaks 6.30 Coach Trip 7.00
Made In Chelsea 8.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9.00 Melissa & Joey 10.00 Baby Daddy 11.00
How I Met Your Mother Noon New Girl 1.00
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2.00 The Big Bang Theory
3.00 How I Met Your Mother 4.00 New Girl
5.00 2 Broke Girls 6.00 The Big Bang Theory
7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 The Goldbergs 8.00 The
Big Bang Theory 8.30 Kevin Can Wait. Chale
gets a job just so he afford to buy Kendra an
engagement ring. 9.00 New Girl 10.00 The
Inbetweeners 11.00 The Big Bang Theory
Midnight Gogglebox 1.00 Rude Tube 2.05
The Inbetweeners 3.00 First Dates Abroad
3.25 Kevin Can Wait 3.50 New Girl 4.35 How
I Met Your Mother 4.55 Baby Daddy
More4
Freeview 14 - Sky 138
8.55am A Place In The Sun: Summer Sun
10.00 Four In A Bed 12.40pm A Place In
The Sun: Summer Sun 2.50 Time Team 4.55
Car SOS 5.55 The Supervet 7.55 Grand
Designs 9.00 Outlander. Period drama, starring
Caitriona Balfe. 10.15 24 Hours In Police
Custody. A man arrives at Luton police station
claiming his life is in danger. 11.20 24 Hours In
A&E 12.20am Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares
USA 1.20 Outlander 2.30 Grand Designs
GOLD
Sky 110
7.20am The Piglet Files 8.20 Ever
Decreasing Circles 9.00 The Brittas Empire
9.40 Last Of The Summer Wine 11.40 Ever
Decreasing Circles 12.20pm The Brittas
Empire 1.00 Porridge 1.40 Open All Hours
2.20 The Vicar Of Dibley 3.00 Fawlty Towers
3.40 Last Of The Summer Wine 5.40 Porridge
6.20 Open All Hours 7.00 The Vicar Of Dibley
7.40 Fawlty Towers 8.20 The Thin Blue Line
9.00 Come Fly With Me 9.40 Gavin & Stacey
10.20 Live At The Apollo 11.20 Mrs Brown?s
Boys Midnight The Young Ones 12.45 Live
At The Apollo 1.50 French And Saunders 2.25
Big School 2.55 French And Saunders 3.25
Little Britain 4.00 Home Shopping
Sky Living
Sky 107
6.00am UK Border Force 8.00 Stop, Search,
Seize 9.00 Cooks To Market 9.15 My Kitchen
Rules: Australia 10.30 Border Security:
Canada?s Front Line 11.00 Stop, Search, Seize
Noon Elementary 1.00 Criminal Minds 2.00
Bones 3.00 Cold Case 4.00 UK Border Force
5.00 Nothing To Declare 7.00 Sun, Sea And
A&E 8.00 Elementary 9.00 How To Get Away
With Murder 10.00 Criminal Minds Midnight
Grey?s Anatomy 2.00 Bones 4.00 Border
Security: Canada?s Front Line
CBS Action
Freeview 64 - Sky 148
CBS Reality
Freeview 66 - Sky 146
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 JAG 10.00
NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 Diagnosis Murder
Noon Bonanza 2.00 NCIS 4.00 Walker,
Texas Ranger 5.00 JAG 6.00 NCIS: Los
Angeles 7.00 Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker,
Texas Ranger 9.00 NCIS. Drama, starring Mark
Harmon. 11.00 Ultimate Force 12.05am
NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00 NCIS 2.45 Gunsmoke
3.40 Walker, Texas Ranger 4.25 JAG
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy
9.50 Hoarders 10.45 Unsolved Mysteries
12.35pm Judge Judy 3.10 Hoarders
4.05 Unsolved Mysteries 5.00 Judge Judy
7.00 Medical Detectives 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 9.00 Killer Clergy 10.00 Crime And
Punishment 11.00 Ice Cold Killers Midnight
I Survived 1.00 Killer Clergy 2.00 Crime And
Punishment 3.00 Teleshopping 4.00 Dog And
Beth: On The Hunt 5.30 Neighbours At War
BBC Four
Freeview 9 - Sky 116
7.00pm 100 Days+ 7.30 The Sky At Night
8.00 Castles ? Britain?s Fortified History 9.00
Decoding Disaster: A Timewatch Guide 10.00
Atlantis ? The Evidence. Historian Bettany
Hughes presents a documentary unravelling the
legend of Atlantis. 11.00 The Bermuda Triangle:
Beneath The Waves Midnight Infested! Living
With Parasites 1.00 Everyday Eden: A Potted
History Of The Suburban Garden 2.00 Castles
? Britain?s Fortified History 3.00 Decoding
Disaster: A Timewatch Guide
Comedy Central
Sky 112
8.00am The Middle 10.00 Friends 1.00pm
Impractical Jokers 2.00 Friends 3.00 8
Simple Rules 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of BelAir. Comedy, starring Will Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro
and Nia Long. 5.00 Friends 9.00 Film: Step
Brothers (2008) (15) Brennan and Dale are two
40-year-old men who have never flown the nest.
All that changes when Brennan?s mother marries
Dale?s father, and the spoiled sons are forced
to share a room. They take an instant dislike
to each other, but when their long-suffering
parents finally insist they find jobs, they learn to
work together. Comedy, with Will Ferrell, John C
Reilly, Mary Steenburgen and Richard Jenkins.
11.00 Bad Robots Midnight The Daily Show
12.30 Impractical Jokers 1.30 South Park
3.25 Two And A Half Men 4.15 Friends
FOX
Sky 124
Discovery
Sky 520
8.00am Monk 9.00 The Mentalist 1.00pm
The Closer 5.00 NCIS 9.00 Family Guy 10.00
American Dad! 10.30 Family Guy Midnight
Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell 12.30 Rick
And Morty 1.00 American Dad! 3.00 Family
Guy 4.00 American Dad!
6.00am How It?s Made 7.00 Alaskan Bush
People 8.00 Tanked 9.00 Alaska Mega
Machines 10.00 Fast N? Loud Noon Diesel
Brothers 1.00 Wheeler Dealers 2.00 Alaska:
The Last Frontier 3.00 The Last Alaskans 4.00
Gold Divers 5.00 Naked And Afraid. Survivors
from the series return to share insights. 6.00
Wheeler Dealers. Mike Brewer bags an American
classic. 7.00 Fast N? Loud 8.00 Extreme Car
Hoarders 9.00 Deadliest Catch 10.00 Yukon
sport
Sky Sports 1
Sky 401
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans 6.30
Good Morning Sports Fans 7.00 Good Morning
Sports Fans 7.30 Good Morning Sports Fans
8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 8.30 Good
Morning Sports Fans 9.00 Premier League
World 9.30 Premier League 100 Club 10.00
Football?s Greatest Teams 10.30 Live European
Tour Golf. The Aberdeen Asset Management
Scottish Open. Coverage of the opening round
at Dundonald Links in Troon, Ayrshire, where
Alexander Noren enters as the defending
champion. 7.00pm Star Sixes Football. Action
from day one of the six-a-side tournament at The
O2 in London. 10.45 Premier League Legends
11.15 Premier League Legends 11.45 Premier
League 100 Club 12.15am Premier League 100
Club 12.45 Star Sixes Football 4.30 Football?s
Greatest Teams 5.00 Premier League 100 Club
5.30 Spanish Football Gold
Sky Sports 2
Sky 402
6.00am Cricket?s Greatest 8.00 ICC Women?s
World Cup 9.00 Cricket?s Greatest 10.00 ICC
Women?s World Cup 11.00 Cricket?s Greatest
Noon NatWest T20 Blast Cricket 3.45 Sporting
Triumphs 4.00 Great Sporting Moments 5.00
ICC Women?s World Cup 6.00 Live NatWest
T20 Blast Cricket. Middlesex v Surrey. Coverage
of the South Division clash at Lord?s, as two
past winners of the competition battle it out.
9.30 ATP Tour Uncovered 10.00 World Rugby
Show 10.30 ATP Tour Uncovered 11.00
NatWest T20 Blast Cricket. Middlesex v Surrey.
2.30am Great Sporting Moments 3.00 Cricket
Classics 4.00 Great Sporting Moments 4.15
Great Sporting Moments 4.30 Great Sporting
Moments 4.45 Great Sporting Moments 5.00
Cricket?s Greatest 5.30 Cricket?s Greatest
Sky Sports 3
Sky 403
6.00am Sporting Greats 7.00 WWE
Smackdown Hlts 8.00 Sky Sports Boxing Gold
9.00 Time Of Our Lives 10.00 GAA Weekly
Round-Up 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Sporting
Rivalries 12.30pm Sporting Triumphs 1.00
NFL: America?s Game 2.00 Sporting Records
3.00 Great Sporting Moments 4.00 Sporting
Heroes: Stuart Barnes Interviews Martin Pipe
5.00 Event Riders Masters 6.00 ATP Tour
Uncovered 6.30 World Rugby Show 7.00
Live Betfred Super League. Wigan Warriors v
Warrington Wolves (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10.30
Super League Gold 10.45 Great Sporting
Moments 11.00 Event Riders Masters. Action
from the third round at Barbury Castle in
Wiltshire. Midnight Betfred Super League
Highlights 12.15 Super League Gold 12.30
ATP Tour Uncovered 1.00 World Rugby Show
1.30 Sporting Greats 2.00 Super League Gold
2.30 Rugby Gold 3.00 Betfred Super League
Highlights 3.15 Great Sporting Moments 4.00
Sporting Heroes: Johnny Nelson Interviews Tim
Witherspoon 5.00 Sporting Rivalries
BT Sport 1
Sky 413
6.00am Toyota AFL Highlights Show 6.30
Hockey: India V Chile 7.30 Hockey: Ireland V
Poland 8.30 Hockey: Japan V England 9.30
Hockey: South Africa V Argentina 10.30 Live
Hockey: Ireland V Egypt. Ireland v Egypt (Pushback 11.00am). 1.00pm Live Hockey: Japan
V France. Japan v France (Push-back 1.00pm).
3.00 Live Hockey: Spain V Australia. Spain
v Australia (Push-back 3.00pm). 5.00 Live
Hockey: South Africa V Germany. South Africa
v Germany (Push-back 5.00pm). 7.00 The
Clare Balding Show. This week Clare is joined by
Damon Hill, Andrew Johnston and Helen Glover.
8.00 BT Sport Fight Night. Anthony Yarde v
Richard Baranyi. 10.00 Muhammad & Larry
11.00 Classic Boxing: Ali V Blin 11.30 The
Clare Balding Show 12.30am The Guru Of Go
1.30 Live CFL: Toronto @ Winnipeg. Winnipeg
Blue Bombers v Toronto Argonauts (Kick-off
1.30am). 4.30 The Clare Balding Show
Men 11.00 Naked And Afraid XL Midnight
Deadliest Catch 1.00 Street Outlaws 2.00
Moonshiners 3.00 Deadliest Catch
History
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9.00 Storage Wars 10.00 Duck Dynasty
10.30 Wahlburgers 11.00 Counting Cars
Noon Pawn Stars 1.00 Forged In Fire 2.00
Storage Wars 3.00 Mountain Men 4.00
Shipping Wars UK 4.45 Storage Wars 5.10
Forged In Fire 6.05 American Pickers 8.00
Counting Cars 9.00 Forged In Fire 11.00
Alone Midnight Forged In Fire 3.45 Storage
Wars 4.55 Pawn Stars 5.15 Decked Out
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6.00am Pointless 7.10 Medieval Dead 8.00
World War II: The Price Of Empire 9.00 Coast
10.00 Forbidden History 11.00 Medieval
Dead Noon WW2 Air Crash Detectives 1.00
Coast 2.00 Forbidden History 3.00 Goodnight
Sweetheart 3.40 The Two Ronnies 4.30 The
Best Of Tommy Cooper 5.00 Medieval Dead
6.00 WW2 Air Crash Detectives 7.00 Coast
8.00 The True Story Of Mary Celeste 9.00
The Two Ronnies 9.50 The Best Of Tommy
Cooper 10.20 To The Manor Born 11.00
Coast Midnight WW2 Air Crash Detectives
1.00 Medieval Dead 2.00 Secrets Of War
7.00am Homes Under The Hammer 8.00
Flog It! 9.00 Bargain Hunt 10.00 Escape
To The Country 11.00 Ground Force Noon
Homes Under The Hammer 1.00 DIY SOS:
The Big Build 3.00 Flog It! 4.00 Escape To
The Country 5.00 Homes Under The Hammer
6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 MasterChef Australia
8.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 9.00
Escape To The Country 10.00 The New
Reclaimers 11.00 Tiny House, Big Living
Midnight Escape To The Country 1.00 A
Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 2.00 Flog It!
National Geographic Sky 526
8.00am Air Crash Investigation 9.00
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6 Promise a victory to old
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10 Drink in insufficient
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11 Pass union onto
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12 Swimmer has a point - it is
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about local coming in (13)
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socialist (7)
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worker with barrier (7)
24Small joint forming heaps
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25Entered, back-to-front, a
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26Church contains silver
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27Wrong queen to sour one
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2 Virginia has oil poured
inside instrument (5)
3 Not much curiosity in small
amount accrued (6,8)
4 Hide directions to island (7)
5 Conundrum, flipping lid over
book (7)
7 Self-appointed lawman to
watch neat construction (9)
8 Commemoration for the war
that broke out (6)
9 Improvement by tearing
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15 Inane gent somehow tidying
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16 Cavity?s edges - it?s
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18Extend scale, getting aid
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23Gag about getting right
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Alphapuzzle� tests your logic and word power. Each grid number
represents a letter. Every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given
letter or letters ? below the main grid ? to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 6/10; Target: 21 mins; Clue: Weeded by tool in Idaho edifice.
YESTERDAY?s solution: Across: Ailment, Meek, Coop, Squatter, Sticky,
Karate, Abroad, Bodily, Fabulous, Wick, Adze, Indulge.
Down: Cavort, Brandy, Slap (clue), Closure, Jersey, Dioxin, Struck, Beside,
Matured, Wilt, Behest, Lecher.
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ACROSS: 1 Trap, 3 Drop hammer, 9 Acre, 10 Damoiselle, 11 Superimpose,
15 Inorganic, 17 Plate, 18 Idiot, 19 Gasholder, 20 Intemperate, 24 Remedially, 25 Etui,
26 Eurodollar, 27 Drag. DOWN: 1 Team spirit, 2 Acrophobia, 4 Realm, 5 Proboscis,
6 Answerphone, 7 Mole, 8 Reel, 12 Right-minded, 13 Bandmaster, 14 Heartening,
16 Nightfall, 21 Malta, 22 Brie, 23 Emir. Prizeword: Deceit
Address
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THE?DAILY?EXPRESS 30-SECOND challenge
CROSSDOUBT
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target
The Target
uses
words in
the main
body of
Chambers
21st
Century
Dictionary
(1999
edition)
HOW many words of four letters
or more can you make from the
letters shown here? In making a
word, each letter may be used
once only. Each must contain the
centre letter and there must be at
least one nine-letter word. No
plurals or verb forms ending in ?s?.
H E E
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TODAY?S TARGET
Good 13; very good 20; excellent
26 (or more). Solution tomorrow.
YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
cent cite citing gent ignite incite
inept kept kinetic kite kiting knit
pectin pent picket PICKETING
pint tick ticking tiepin tike tine
ting tinge
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1, 2, 2, 4, 9, +, ( ), =
9
THE ALPHABEATER
CAN you crack the
Alphabeater? Each grid
number represents a letter
? or black square. As in
Alphapuzzle, every letter of
the alphabet is used. But
you have to complete the
grid too! Use the given
letters and black squares
below the grid to start. The
grid is ?rotationally
symmetrical? ? in other
words, it looks the same if
you turn the page upside
down. Solution tomorrow.
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Yesterday?s solution
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M
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25, 30, 35, 37.
N
Across: Visiting, Hours,
O
Above, Charisma,
P
Gamut, Kiwi, Sty, End,
Albs, Quack, Misplays,
Q
Ached, Toxin, Engineer.
R
Down: Vibrant, Icon,
Yaps, Savour, Jawline, S
Choirboys, Gherkin,
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Quiche, Size, From,
U
Nuclear.
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0907 181 2558
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Alphapuzzle� �17 Acorn Editorial Ltd. All words appear in Chambers Dictionary.
Using only the numbers and
signs given, create a sum where
both sides are equal.
Answer for Teaser 06/07/17: Pike, dory, crab and shad.
SOLUTION
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Today?s answers: Beginner = 36; Intermediate = 136; Advanced = 34.
Target times: Average:
16 mins Good: 12 mins
Excellent: 8 mins
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WOODS (across)
RADIO (down)
ALPHAPUZZLE
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YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
ACROSS 1 Game plan, 8 Waiter, 9 Atop, 10 Ski,
11 Dinner, 13 Uncertain, 15 Hot dog, 17 Lea, 18 Kill,
19 Lasses, 20 Attracts.
DOWN 1 Gradually, 2 Acting, 3 Moon, 4 Paper over,
5 Liar, 6 At sea, 7 Triangles, 12 Violet, 14 Coast,
15 Host, 16 Disc.
ACROSS
1 Outward
appearance (9)
7 Holiday homes (6)
9 Competent (7)
10Ammunition (4)
12Jewel (3)
13 Scrawny (7)
14Mouth part (3)
15 __ Thompson,
actress (4)
17 Short back and sides,
say (7)
19 Of the teeth (6)
20Extreme force,
degree, etc. (9)
DOWN
1 Commonly designated
or known as (2-6)
2 Dutch cheese (4)
3 Chart (3)
4 Job title (9)
5 State without
proof (6)
6 Cautious, wary (5)
8 Pity (8)
11 Heavily decorated (6)
13 Warning device (5)
16 Is obliged to (4)
18Confederation of
British Industry
(abbr.) (3)
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SUDOKU
Level: Difficult
Target: 28 mins
Fill the grid so that every column, row, and 3x3 square includes all of the digits from one to nine.
1 4 5
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YESTERDAY?S SOLUTION
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Britain?s
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Aries Mar 21 ? Apr 20
A misunderstanding with a relative
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your enjoyment of such things is limited.
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Lisa Wild
FAITH, HOPE AND SUE
RUPERT AND THE BACK ROOM BOY No 39
?Oh, good,? says Rupert, feeling gay.
?We?ll rescue Grannie right away.?
400g packet of chicken breast chunks
2 large ?our tortillas
250g grated Mozzarella cheese
Dried cranberries
4 tablespoons sun-dried tomato pesto
Scorpio Oct 24 ? Nov 22
Putting too much emphasis on the
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trouble. If you want to achieve intimacy with
someone special, you should do it through
conversation. Your amour wants to feel
valued for their soul as well as their body.
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Blind loyalty to a loved one is
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about their strengths and weaknesses. If
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an addiction, confront them. Don?t listen to
their weak excuses for bad behaviour.
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Rupert looks at the rope Podgy
has found. ?This looks splendid,?
he says. ?It should be strong
enough to let Grannie Goat down
from that tree top. We can hold the
other end so that she doesn?t drop
too quickly.? He climbs again to the
upper branches and explains what
he means to do. ?I?m surprised at
you, young Rupert!? cries the old
lady. ?I?m not going to swing about
on that piece of string at my time
of life! I?ll stay here until the fire
Says Grannie: ?I won?t trust that thing.
brigade rescue me!?
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The fire brigade you?d better bring.?
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Easy chicken quesadillas
INGREDIENTS
Don?t put too much emphasis on
appearances. Substance is more important
than style. If you?re pressed for time, use
precious moments to prepare the content of
a presentation, instead of putting together
an eye-catching outfit.
Libra Sep 24 ? Oct 23
Trying to convert people will cause
resentment. This is a matter that must be
approached with great tact. Assuming others
yearn to adopt your beliefs is egotistical and
insensitive. The best way to promote your
ideals is through actions, not words.
METHOD
1) Heat the oil in a large frying
pan and cook the chicken over
a medium-high heat until the
chicken is cooked throughout.
Set aside.
2) In the same pan on medium,
place one tortilla and sprinkle
half the cheese on top. Heat
until the cheese has melted.
3) Mix the dried cranberries
and pesto sauce (in desired
amounts) with the cooked
chicken.
4) Cover the tortilla and
cheese with the chicken mix.
Top with the remaining cheese
and the second tortilla.
5) Flip it over and heat until all
the cheese is melted and the
tortilla is slightly crispy.
6) Remove, slice into quarters
and serve.
ALAN?S TIP OF THE DAY: Cut lavender ?owers for drying while they are at their peak and
stand small bunches upright in empty jars in an airy place out of sunlight. When completely
dry, remove the heads and separate the individual ?orets to make ?lavender bags?.
Cancer June 22 ? July 23
Before buying someone?s sob story,
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claims are exaggerated. This should send up
a red flag about their character. When a
person tells lies about one thing, they?re
often dishonest about other assertions.
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Leo July 24 ? Aug 23
Resist the temptation to make
friends with an influential person simply
because they can help you. Being friendly
towards someone you dislike will make you
unhappy. If you want to make progress in a
particular area, you will have to do so alone.
0905 789 3705**
Virgo Aug 24 ? Sep 23
You?ve had some impressive
achievements. When discussing these, make
sure you share the credit with others who
work with accuracy and efficiency. When
those around you feel appreciated, they?ll
double their efforts to make you successful.
0905 789 3706**
Capricorn Dec 22 ? Jan 20
Working conditions are
uncomfortable. You?re forced to deal with a
loud construction project or unpleasant
colleague. Ask your supervisor to find a
better arrangement. As long as it continues,
your productivity will be undermined.
0905 789 3710**
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51
Turmeric+ a solid gold winner
B
ILL Moore just doesn?t slow
down. In the 12 months since the
great grandfather was crowned
Cambridge Nutraceuticals? Older
Active Champion, he has found a
new lease of his non-stop life.
Bill, a champion veteran swimmer,
used to be known as Billy the Fish. Now
he?s the Turmeric Kid after his discovery
of the diet supplement Turmeric+.
Since he was named the UK?s most
active person over 65, Bill has notched
up 355 miles in the pool, equivalent to
swimming the English Channel 14 times,
and added 25 gold medals to his tally of
regional and national titles.
Bill, 79, from Wakefield, West
Yorkshire, combines daily pool sessions
with visits to the gym, yoga and walking
10 miles a week but, like many of us, Bill
has not always found it easy to maintain
his current level of activity. ?As I got
older I started to suffer from aches and
pains in my joints and muscles, meaning
I found it more difficult to maintain
performance levels,? says Bill.
?There are still records to be broken
and I didn?t want to cut down on my
activities, so I decided to research ways
to combat the problem.?
The solution was Turmeric+ from the
FutureYou range, produced by the
company behind his award.
Bill says: ?During my research there
was one thing that all avenues kept
leading to, turmeric. There is a lot of
By George Nichols
scientific support advocating the use of
turmeric for joints so I thought why not?
And decided to give it a try.?
A year on and new medals in the pool
keep on coming, remarkable considering
Bill is at the top of his age category.
?Bill is an inspirational character and
it is great to see him collect so many
medals,? says Chris Meaney, head of
marketing at Cambridge Nutraceuticals.
?He says next year is even more
exciting as he will be the baby of the
over 80s age group. He is a fantastic
example to us all and we hope his story
inspires others along the way.?
Turmeric+ features a combination of
curcumin, obtained from the root of the
turmeric plant and soy lecithin, which
more than 20 clinical studies show
makes it 30 times more absorbable than
standard turmeric.
Turmeric+ is the only turmeric
supplement to have undergone such a
rigorous research programme.
Curcumin comes from the
underground stems (rhizomes) of the
turmeric plant, which are boiled, dried
and ground in the same way as curry
spice. The powerful effects of turmeric
on joints has impressed both doctors
and scientists, who are concerned that
people can risk health problems from the
long-term use of painkillers.
?There is a lot of available scienti?c support
advocating the use of turmeric for joints so I
thought why not? And decided to give it a try?
IN THE SWIM:
Champion Bill,
79, with some
of his medals
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AT A GLANCE
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FTSE ALL SHARE
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12587.4
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+38.2
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POPULAR SHARES ON THE RISE
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Barclays
BP
BT Group
Centrica
GlaxoSmithKline
HSBC Holdings
Lloyds Banking Group
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Rolls-Royce Holdings
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1,530,000
TOURIST?S POUND
Australia
Canada
China
Czech Rep.
Denmark
Eurozone
Hong Kong
Hungary
Israel
Japan
Kenya
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Sweden
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8.03 krone
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53
Toxic US loans
cost RBS �2bn
A MASSIVE �2billion fine is the toll for
taxpayer-owned RBS?s dabbling in the
US mortgage scandal 10 years ago ? and
there?s more to come.
Royal Bank of Scotland agreed the
sum with US regulators yesterday to
settle a claim that it mis-sold toxic
mortgage bonds in the run-up to the
financial crisis.
The deal will cost the lender ? 71 per
cent owned by the taxpayer ? �65billion
after reimbursements.
But it still faces a potential
multibillion-dollar payout in
a Department of Justice
probe.
RBS, which has denied
wrongdoing, has set aside
�6billion to settle residential mortgage-backed
securities claims.
It was the largest nonAmerican issuer and
underwriter of such products
between 2005 and 2007.
The fine was largely covered by existing provisions,
although RBS will record a
�1million charge in its second-quarter
results.
Chief executive Ross McEwan, pictured, said the bank and UK taxpayers
were paying a ?very high price? for ?poor
decisions? when RBS embarked on a
major expansion programme under
previous management.
He said: ?This is an important
BURBERRY PULLS
CHINESE CRACKER
By David Shand
step forward in resolving one of the most
significant legacy matters facing RBS
and is further evidence of the determination of the bank?s leadership to pur
our remaining issues behind us.
?This settlement is a stark reminder
of what happened to this bank before
the financial crisis and the heavy price
for its pursuit of global ambitions.?
Settling the claims is one
of four problems RBS has
before dividends resume.
It will be stress-tested
later this year and is seeking approval of a plan to
meet state-aid requirements after its �billion
bailout.
Cleaning its balance sheet
and resolving legacy problems are also required before
the Government sells down
its stake.
McEwan said: ?It is never a
great experience for a chief
executive to be writing such
a large cheque but, unfortunately, that
is the price we are paying to get this
organisation into better shape.?
RBS is one of 17 financial institutions
to have settled residential mortgagebacked securities claims filed by the
Federal Housing Finance Agency relatiing to about �5billion of bonds various
banks sold to American mortgage giants
Ex-Burberry PR Rosemin Manji
A CHINESE spending spree
and tourists taking advantage
of a weaker pound in the UK
boosted sales at Burberry.
The luxury brands group
was rewarded for developing
its social media presence in
China through the WeChat
network as it delivered
revenue growth there of about
15 per cent.
Its Hong Kong sales also
improved due to more Chinese
shoppers. Its British market
was another stand-out
performer to help offset falling
demand in the Americas and
in some parts of Europe such
as Italy. Leather goods such as
a new handbag line, held left,
as well as a lightweight
trenchcoat were among the
top sellers. First-quarter retail
revenue was up 3 per cent to
�8million, with comparable
sales up 4 per cent or double
the rate expected by analysts.
Burberry shares rose 50p to
1630p.
Tesco?s Booker bid checked
TESCO?S �7billion bid to buy
cash-and-carry group Booker will
face a full monopoly probe.
The Competition and Markets
Authority said the proposed
merger would be referred for a
Phase 2 investigation amid concerns that it could leave
customers worse off.
The Authority believes there is
an overlap between Booker-
supplied stores and Tesco shops
in more than 350 areas, where
shoppers could face ?worse terms
when buying their groceries?.
A Tesco spokesman said: ?This
merger has always been about
growth and we remain convinced
that it will bring benefits for consumers, independent retailers,
caterers, small businesses,
suppliers and colleagues.?
JCB digging up more cash Amec and Wood prices hit
JCB shrugged off shrinking
construction equipment markets to
lift annual profits by more than a
third.
Annual pre-tax earnings grew by
34 per cent to �7million on 12 per
cent higher turnover of �62billion.
Machine sales were up 10 per cent
to 66,011. A 5 per cent contraction in
the UK market and 40 per cent
downturn in Brazil were offset by
strong growth in India and some
European markets.
Chairman Lord Bamford said:
?The global construction market so
far in 2017 is buoyant and expected
to grow further during the
remainder of this year.?
SHARES in FTSE 250 oil services
rivals Amec Foster Wheeler and Wood
Group slid by over 5 per cent and
3 per cent respectively yesterday as a
corruption probe cast a shadow over
their proposed merger.
The Serious Fraud Office has
opened an investigation into the
activities of Amec as part of a probe
MARKET REPORT
++ THE FTSE 100 THE FTSE 100 THE FTSE 100 ++
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3i Group ........................913�#
A.B. Foods .........................2882
Admiral Group ....................2019
Anglo American ..................1097
Antofagasta..........................854
Ashtead Group ...................1565
AstraZeneca .......................5192
Aviva ....................................527
Babcock International ....869�#
BAE Systems ........................619
Barclays ...............................208
Barratt Development ........ 589�
BHP Billiton ................... 1290�
BP ................................... 450�
British Amer.Tob ................5278
British Land ...................602�#
BT Group .............................290
Bunzl .................................2250
Burberry Group ...............1630#
Carnival..............................5155
Centrica ........................... 205�
Coca-Cola HBC................2251#
Compass Group...............1594#
CRH ...................................2820
Croda International ............3907
DCC ................................7000#
Diageo ...............................2301
Direct Line Insurance ....... 367�
EasyJet...............................1400
Experian Group................1570#
Fresnillo.............................1477
G4S .....................................331
GKN ................................. 330�
GlaxoSmithKline ..............1628#
Glencore ..............................315
Hammerson..........................578
Hargreaves Lansdown .........1275
HSBC Holdings ................. 745�
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Paddy Power Betfair...........7835
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Randgold Res .....................6885
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Sky .................................. 995�
Smith & Nephew ................1312
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Vodafone Group .............220�#
Whitbread ..........................3832
Wolseley ............................4734
Worldpay..............................379
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over alleged bribery and corruption
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Amec played down the impact of
the investigation on the completion
of the merger but Wood Group said:
?It is not possible to estimate reliably
what effect the outcome of this
matter may have on Amec Foster
Wheeler.?
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CARILLION?S creaking finances
triggered a further 20緋 slump to
57紁 ? the construction and
support services group?s third
straight day of heavy losses ? as
analysts bet on a rights issue
fundraising to tackle its rising
debt.
Barratt Developments built a
5p rise to 589絧 as it flagged up
forecast-beating �5million
annual pre-tax profits after
completing 17,395 sales, the
highest for nine years.
Discount retailer B&M was
marked up 5絧 to 340絧 after
building quarterly revenue by
18.3 per cent, its strongest
first-quarter sales for three years.
Pubs group JD Wetherspoon
toasted a 3絧 gain to 994p as
rising temperatures boosted sales
in the 11 weeks to July 9 by
5.3 per cent at sites open at least
a year.
ClearStar, which provides
technology and services to the
background-checks business, rose
1p to 28絧 as it flagged up record
half-year revenue.
Restaurants operator The
Fulham Shore was steady at 19紁
after annual pre-tax profit grew
by 170.4 per cent to �1million.
54
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
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Sport
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THE Scout
1.40 Three Colours Red
2.10 JAMES GARFIELD (nb)
2.45 King Of Paris
1.40
3.20
3.55
4.25
4.55
Panova
Powerful Dream
Beach Break
Dusky Maid
AMATEUR RIDERS? HANDICAP
�808 (Cl 5) 2m 109yds (12 decl)
1 (6) 234 STONEHAM (26) (D) I Jardine 6 11 1.... Mr B Lynn(3)
2 (5) 840 STORMIN TOM (26) (D) T Easterby 5 11 0
Mr W Easterby
3 (3) 372 WAITING FOR RICHIE (27) T Tate 4 11 0...Mr B James(5)
4 (1) 163 MISHKO (35) S Gollings 6 10 11.. Miss S A Trotter(7)
5 (9) 932 BARIZAN (35) (F) B Powell 11 10 10......Mr F Maguire
6 (11) L31 TEMPURAN (16) (D) D Bridgwater 8 10 9
Miss P Bridgwater(5)
7 (10) 422 WORDINESS (9) (D) P Evans 9 10 8.....Mr J Flook(5)
8 (7) 6-41 l THREE COLOURS RED (J29) (D) Robert Stephens 5 10 8 Mr Morgan Winstone(5)
9 (12) 559- TAWSEEF (J13) D McCain 9 10 1...Miss Ella McCain(7)
10 (8) L55 ART HISTORY (12) P Kirby 9 9 11.Miss Carly Scott(7)
11 (4) LL-L BEAUMONT?S PARTY (16) (C) Laura Morgan 10 9 10
Miss A Peck(5)
12 (2) L74 CELTIC POWER (14) (F,T) J Goldie 5 9 9... Doubtful
BLINKERS: Nos. 5, 11, 12 VISOR: No. 6
TONGUE STRAP: No. 5 CHEEK PIECES: No. 8 HOOD: No. 1.
W-Factor: Three Colours Red (99); Stoneham (95);
Waiting For Richie (90).
SP FORECAST: 4 Waiting For Richie, 5 Tempuran, 6 Three Colours
Red, 13-2 Wordiness, 7 Stoneham, 8 Tawseef, 10 Others.
MAIDEN STAKES 2
Y
2.10 EBF
�234 (5)
6f 2yds
O
(11)
1 (8)
BOMAD D Shaw 9 5....................................L Edmunds(5)
2 (6) 66 CROWN OF CORTEZ (31) R Fahey 9 5... Sammy Jo Bell(3)
3 (2) L99 FINAL ROCK (7) Sir M Prescott 9 5................R Powell
4 (4) 33 l JAMES GARFIELD (23) (F) G Scott 9 5
Oisin Murphy
5 (10) 4 MONT KINABALU (50) K Ryan 9 5.....................S Gray
6 (1)
SHUHOOD (F) R Hannon 9 5.......................T Marquand
7 (3) 5 SPRAY THE SEA (14) B Smart 9 5...............C Beasley
8 (7) L SQUIRRELHEED (19) R C Guest 9 5..... P J McDonald
9 (5)
TECHNOLOGICAL G Margarson 9 5...............T Queally
10 (11) 95 WIFF WAFF (27) S C Williams 9 5....Aaron Jones(3)
11 (9)
TARNEMAH G Peckham 9 0...........................D Tudhope
TONGUE STRAP: No. 10 CHEEK PIECES: No. 3 HOOD: No. 11.
W-Factor: James Garfield (99); Mont Kinabalu (91);
Spray The Sea (87).
SP FORECAST: 4-6 James Garfield, 5 Shuhood, 13-2 Mont Kinabalu,
12 Crown Of Cortez, Spray The Sea, 20 Others.
Epsom Downs
6.05
RUK
HANDICAP
3YO
�881 (Class 5) 1m 2f 17yds(5 dec)
1 (2) 451 FAIR POWER (9) (D) S Kirk 9 13(6ex)....K Shoemark(3)
2 (4) 116 DARKROOM ANGEL (48) (D) P Hide 9 12
Finley Marsh(7)
3 (5) L22 CELESTATION (10) (F,T) M Johnston 9 12..S De Sousa
4 (3) 8-13 l DREAM MACHINE (27) (D) M Bell 9 7.L Steward
5 (1) 725 MALT TEASER (29) J Best 9 1......................R Winston
W-F: Dream Machine (99); Fair Power (96); Darkroom Angel (89).
SP FORECAST: 5-4 Fair Power, 4 Dream Machine, 9-2 Celestation,
5 Darkroom Angel, 8 Malt Teaser.
6.40
EBF NOVICE STAKES2YO
�881 (5)
6f 3yds
(6)
1 (2) L2 l CAROUSE (33) (F) A Balding 9 2...........D Probert
2 (5) 6 CHESS MOVE (21) G Baker 9 2........... K Shoemark(3)
3 (3) 6 DIAMOND EXPRESS (26) R Teal 8 11....Aaron Jones(3)
4 (1) 6 HIGHLAND MARY (74) R Hannon 8 11.........H Bentley
5 (6)
QUICK RECOVERY J Boyle 8 11.......................W Carson
6 (4) 83 SORORITY (21) (F,T) M Johnston 8 11..... S De Sousa
W-F: Carouse (99); Chess Move (92); Highland Mary (90).
SP FORECAST: 8-15 Carouse, 6 Sorority, 7 Highland Mary, 8 Chess
Move, 16 Quick Recovery, 25 Diamond Express.
7.15 HANDICAP
�469 (4)
1m 113yds
(4)
1 (3) L43 HARLEQUIN STRIKER (31) (C) D Ivory 5 9 10
R Winston
2 (2) 41L l PEALER (40) J Gosden 3 9 4....... K Shoemark(3)
3 (1) 824 NATIVE PROSPECT (49) A Balding 3 9 0.. D Probert
4 (4) 552 HAMSTER JAM (6) (F,T) M Johnston 3 8 3... S De Sousa
TONGUE STRAP: No. 2.
W-Factor: Pealer (99); Harlequin Striker (95);
Native Prospect (95).
SP FORECAST: 11-8 Pealer, 5-2 Hamster Jam, 3 Native Prospect,
13-2 Harlequin Striker.
Newbury
Orithia
Simpson
Autumn Leaves
LA RAV (nap)
7.35 Lynique
8.05 Inconceivable
8.40 Madeleine Bond
RIDERS? HANDICAP
5.20 AMATEUR
�120 (Class 5) 1m 2f (12 dec)
1 (3) 124 RUM SWIZZLE (19) (D) H Dunlop 5 11 2...Miss Page Fuller
2 (11) 285 ATAMAN (29) C Wall 5 11 1.........Mr Nathan Howie(7)
3 (9) 32/7 MILKY WAY (32) (C) G L Moore 5 11 0....Miss Becky Butler(7)
4 (2) 5L3 PACK IT IN (30) (D) B Meehan 4 11 0.. Miss Maxine O?Sullivan(5)
5 (1) 29-6 WORDISMYBOND (28) (C,F) B Powell 8 10 13
Mr Jamie Perrett(5)
6 (8) 114 GRAMS AND OUNCES (8) (D) Grace Harris 10 10 3
Miss C M Berry(7)
7 (7) 298 RAJ BALARAAJ (14) G Baker 3 10 1....... Mr S Walker
8 (12) 847 PRETTY JEWEL (28) Kevin Frost 4 10 0
Dr M Voikhansky(7)
9 (5) 416 l ORITHIA (10) (D) S Durack 3 9 13...Miss S Brotherton
10(10) 2L0 BREAKHEART (113) (D) A Balding 10 9 9
Mr H Gourdain(7)
11 (4) 6-53 HAWRIDGE GLORY (24) B Millman 3 9 6
Mr P Millman
12 (6) 917 AFFAIR (19) H Morrison 3 8 13.....Miss G Ducker(7)
BLINKERS: Nos. 4, 10 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 6
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 6, 7 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Orithia (99); Rum Swizzle (96); Raj Balaraaj (89).
SP FORECAST: 9-2 Ataman, 5 Orithia, 6 Pack It In, 7 Raj Balaraaj,
8 Wordismybond, 10 Others.
AUCTION STAKES
5.55 NOVICE
�234 (5)
6f
(10)
1 (5) 447 CHATOYER (12) (F) R Hannon 3 9 5.......T Marquand
2 (1) 93 DECISION MAKER (14) S Bowring 3 9 5...A Rawlinson(3)
3 (3) 8 KATHEEFA (85) C Hills 3 9 5................. P J McDonald
4 (6) 2L4 l KING OF PARIS (19) (F) R Varian 3 9 5..D Tudhope
5 (9) L3 NOBLE MASTERPIECE (22) Sir M Stoute 3 9 5
Doubtful
6 (10) 8 SNOW EXCUSE (80) B Smart 3 9 5.............C Beasley
7 (4)
MAID IN INDIA E Alston 3 9 0....................J P Sullivan
8 (7)
MY ANGEL O Pears 3 9 0.................................Joe Doyle
9 (2)
MY CHEROKEE M Dods 3 9 0..............C Rodriguez(5)
10 (8) 5 ROUBLES (76) J Fanshawe 3 9 0..................T Queally
CHEEK PIECES: No. 4 HOOD: Nos. 1, 10.
W-F: King Of Paris (99); My Cherokee (94); Chatoyer (93).
SP FORECAST: 11-8 King Of Paris, 5 Roubles, 13-2 My Cherokee,
8 Chatoyer, Katheefa, 10 Decision Maker, 16 Others.
HANDICAP (RND)
3.20 FILLIES?
�175 (4)
7f 213yds
(4) 216
(2) 1-25
(8) 1-41
(1) 4L3
(5) 1-36
(3) 184
(6) 042
(7) 1L
(8)
FLORENZA (12) (C) C Fairhurst 4 10 0.. P J McDonald
l PANOVA (20) Sir M Stoute 3 9 5..... Oisin Murphy
TRIBUTE ACT (29) (S) J Fanshawe 3 9 3..T Queally
FLEETING MOTION (19) (C&D) R Hannon 3 9 3...T Marquand
SHENANIGANS (29) R Varian 3 9 2............D Tudhope
BRAZTIME (8) (D) R Hannon 3 8 13................C Hardie
RINARIA (18) (D,F) K Burke 3 8 8........ J Vaughan(3)
HIDDEN CHARMS (30) D M Simcock 3 8 7.... L Jones
HOOD: No. 7.
W-F: Panova (99); Shenanigans (98); Fleeting Motion (95).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Tribute Act, 11-4 Panova, 8 Florenza, Shenanigans,
Fleeting Motion, Rinaria, 12 Braztime, Hidden Charms.
3.55 HANDICAP
�234 (5)
5f 3yds
(11)
1 (5) 767 JUST US TWO (26) (D,F) R Cowell 5 10 1.T Marquand
2 (6) 346 LANDING NIGHT (29) (D) Rebecca Menzies 5 9 12.....P J McDonald
3 (9) 612 l POWERFUL DREAM (20) (D) R Harris 4 9 12
Rossa Ryan(7)
4 (2) 54L CASTERBRIDGE (14) (D) E Alston 5 9 11.......N Farley
5 (4) 722 FLASH CITY (14) (C&D) Mrs R Carr 9 9 8...J P Sullivan
6 (1) 5D6 RED ALERT (17) J Tuite 3 9 7.......................D Tudhope
7 (3) 936 YOU?RE COOL (41) (D) J Balding 5 9 6... L Edmunds(5)
8 (8) 426 K?GARI SPIRIT (44) (D) J Gask 4 9 4............C Hardie
9 (10) 93L TWENTYSVNTHLANCERS (21) (D) P Midgley 4 9 2.T Queally
10 (11) 875 ARCHIMEDES (7) (D) D C Griffiths 4 9 2.... R Ffrench
11 (7) 833 PEARL NOIR (15) (C&D) S Dixon 7 9 1..R P Walsh(7)
BLINKERS: No. 11 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 8, 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 HOOD: No. 4.
W-F: Powerful Dream (99); Red Alert (97); You?re Cool (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Flash City, 4 Powerful Dream, 11-2 Pearl Noir,
8 Red Alert, 10 Others.
DERBY HCAP (AMATEUR RIDERS)
7.45 LADIES?
�991 (4)
1m 4f 6yds
(9)
1 (7) 1-26 WHINGING WILLIE (40) (D) G L Moore 8 10 9
Miss H Moore(3)
2 (8) 74L CROQUEMBOUCHE (31) E De Giles 8 10 9.... Doubtful
3 (4) 361 l TAPIS LIBRE (26) (C&D,T) Jacqueline Coward 9 10 7
Miss Jo Mason
4 (2) 572 SILVER QUAY (98) (D) J Frost 5 10 6.. Miss B Frost
5 (5) 529- SURENESS (J17) (D) C Mann 7 10 4............... Doubtful
6 (1) 3L9 RIVER DART (41) A Carroll 5 10 2...Miss Page Fuller
7 (3) 8L9 SONG OF LOVE (27) (D) S A Harris 5 10 1
Mrs C Bartley
8 (6) 235 DUKE OF YORKSHIRE (14) (D,F,T) T Easterby 7 9 10
Miss E Easterby(3)
9 (9) 653 TURNBURY (J11) (D) Mrs N Evans 6 9 2..Mrs D Scott(7)
VISOR: No. 1 TONGUE STRAP: No. 5
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 5, 8, 9.
W-F: Tapis Libre (99); Duke Of Yorkshire (94); Sureness (93).
SP FORECAST: 2 Tapis Libre, 10-3 Duke Of Yorkshire, 4 Whinging
Willie, 11-2 Silver Quay, 8 River Dart, 14 Song Of Love, 20 Turnbury.
8.20 HANDICAP
�881 (5)
1m 2f 17yds
(6)
1 (2) 322 l BERRAHRI (7) (D) (S) J Best 6 9 7.......R Winston
2 (5) 6-36 EAST INDIA (41) G Baker 5 9 6.......................T Whelan
3 (6) 524 ANTON CHIGURH (44) Mrs N Evans 8 9 2.D Probert
4 (1) 610 BERKELEY VALE (28) (D) R Teal 6 8 13.S De Sousa
5 (4) 3-64TRANSMITTING (34) E Vaughan 4 8 12......H Bentley
6 (3) 684 LOPITO DE VEGA (4) (D) D C Griffiths 5 8 9
Finley Marsh(7)
BLINKERS: No. 4 CHEEK PIECES: No. 3 HOOD: No. 5.
W-F: Berrahri (99); Berkeley Vale (96); Transmitting (96).
SP FORECAST: 2 Berrahri, 10-3 East India, 9-2 Lopito de Vega,
5 Transmitting, 7 Berkeley Vale, 10 Anton Chigurh.
LONGEST TRAVELLER: Celestation (6.05), Sorority (6.40),
Hamster Jam (7.15) 253 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 7.45 Silver Quay
from J Osborne to J Frost.
Doncaster
4.25
1 (4) 463 CHANCERY (15) (D) D O?Meara 9 10 0.......D Tudhope
2 (3) 710 SWAHEEN (15) (D) Julie Camacho 5 9 10..Joe Doyle
3 (2) 900 TAMAYUZ MAGIC (15) (D) M W Easterby 6 9 8... C Hardie
4 (5) 340 BUSY STREET (57) (D) Sally Haynes 5 9 7.. N Farley
5 (10) 470 BUONARROTI (15) D Carroll 6 9 7........Ger O?Neill(7)
6 (8) 67L UNDER ATTACK (23) Mrs R Carr 4 9 5..J P Sullivan
7 (6) 212 KASPERENKO (20) (F) D Lanigan 3 9 4.....T Queally
8 (1) 121 VIEWPOINT (17) (D) Harriet Bethell 8 9 3.....A Rawlinson(3)
9 (9) 233 SELLINGALLTHETIME (12) (C&D) M Appleby 6 9 1
T Marquand
10 (7) 5-21 l BEACH BREAK (41) (D,T) R Beckett 3 8 10
P J McDonald
BLINKERS: Nos. 3, 7, 10 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 9
HOOD: No. 6.
W-Factor: Beach Break (99); Kasperenko (93);
Sellingallthetime (93).
SP FORECAST: 3 Kasperenko, 4 Viewpoint, 9-2 Beach Break,
6 Chancery, 7 Sellingallthetime, 12 Under Attack, 14 Others.
HANDICAP
4.55 FILLIES?
�234 (5)
7f 6yds
2YO
(14)
1 (3) 10 OPTIMUM TIME (19) (D) Eve J-Houghton 9 2
C Bishop
2 (9)
BOMBASTIC E De Giles 9 0................... C Shepherd(3)
3 (2)
CHARACTER WITNESS (F) R Varian 9 0....J Mitchell
4 (14) 31 LUIS FERNANDEZ (52) (D,T) K Ryan 9 0
David Egan(5)
5 (7)
RUM RUNNER R Hannon 9 0..............................P Dobbs
6 (12) L JAZZ AFFAIR (12) J Osborne 8 11...............D Costello
7 (8) 707 MYSAAN (27) B Meehan 8 11.............................M Dwyer
8 (10)
CHOOSEY H Candy 8 9...................................D Sweeney
9 (4) 3 RAINBOW JAZZ (27) M Usher 8 9................S Drowne
10(13) 23 l SIMPSON (21) Ed Walker 8 9.......................L Keniry
11 (11)
WILTONS H Dunlop 8 9............................ E Greatrex(3)
12 (5)
EPSOM BOUNTY P Phelan 8 7................ C Bennett(3)
13 (1)
HE?S OUR STAR A Stronge 8 7.....................G Wood(3)
14 (6) 78 RIO SANTOS (30) B Millman 8 7.................... K O?Neill
CHEEK PIECES: No. 7.
W-F: Simpson (99); Luis Fernandez (97); Rainbow Jazz (97).
SP FORECAST: 3 Optimum Time, 5 Luis Fernandez, 6 Simpson,
Character Witness, 7 Rum Runner, 10 Rainbow Jazz, 12 Others.
1 (6) 1
BOOMERANG BETTY (17) (D) J Osborne 9 7..D Costello
2 (14) 10 ELECTRIC LANDLADY (20) (D) D Coakley 9 0..P Cosgrave
3 (15) 2 KAREVA (13) C Hills 9 0............................. J P Spencer
4 (1)
AMARONE RED T Dascombe 8 11......................L Keniry
5 (4)
DEVIATE T Dascombe 8 11.......................... R Kingscote
6 (9) 4 POLLY?S GOLD (10) R Hughes 8 11................S W Kelly
7 (2) 2 l AUTUMN LEAVES (30) C Cox 8 9...... H Crouch(3)
8 (13)
FANTASTIC FLYER J Gask 8 9............................. R Tart
9 (3)
GAINSAY J Portman 8 9.................................G Wood(3)
10 (8)
HOLD YOUR BREATH A Carroll 8 9...............S Drowne
11 (7)
JEDLITZKA M Channon 8 9.............................. J F Egan
12 (11) 63 SIENNA SAYS (14) A Carroll 8 9......... C Shepherd(3)
13 (5)
BHINDI Eve J-Houghton 8 7................... E Greatrex(3)
14(10)
ESCAPE THE CITY H Morrison 8 7........ C Bennett(3)
15(16)
LAMB CHOP B Millman 8 7................................ K O?Neill
16(12)
TITCHY DIGITS M Attwater 8 7............ David Egan(5)
W-F: Autumn Leaves (99); Electric Landlady (96); Kareva (96).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Autumn Leaves, 4 Kareva, 6 Boomerang Betty,
7 Sienna Says, 8 Deviate, 10 Polly?s Gold, 12 Others.
(RND)
7.05 HANDICAP
�469 (4)
1m
(7)
(7) 793 WIND IN MY SAILS (28) (C&D) E De Giles 5 9 13.... D Costello
(6) 883 KINGSTON KURRAJONG (15) (D) M Attwater 4 9 7..David Egan(5)
(2) 1-41 MR MINERALS (8) (D) R Hughes 3 9 6(6ex).... S W Kelly
(5) 51 l LA RAV (30) L Cumani 3 9 5............... J P Spencer
(1) 414 EXCEEDING POWER (28) M Bosley 6 9 4.. G Wood(3)
(3) 069 CRICKLEWOOD GREEN (14) (C,D) S Kirk 6 9 4...M Dwyer
(4) 312 TRAVELLER (75) C Hills 3 8 12............... Oisin Murphy
TONGUE STRAP: No. 7 CHEEK PIECES: No. 2 HOOD: No. 1.
W-F: La Rav (99); Wind In My Sails (90); Mr Minerals (89).
SP FORECAST: 7-4 Mr Minerals, 9-4 La Rav, 6 Traveller, 7 Wind In
My Sails, 10 Exceeding Power, 14 Cricklewood Green, 20 Others.
1
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3
4
5
6
7
STAKES
7.35 MAIDEN
�234 (5)
1 (3)
2 (8) 7
3 (7) 0
4 (16) 4
5 (12) 9L
6 (11) L-
7 (1)
8 (13)
9 (10)
10 (9) L2
11 (2) 4
12 (6)
13 (4) 09
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15(15)
16 (5) L7
3YO
1m 2f
(16)
BREEZE UP E De Giles 9 5..................... C Shepherd(3)
CAPTOR (40) D M Simcock 9 5....................D Costello
CASEMATES SQUARE (80) I Williams 9 5.. S Donohoe
MUNTHANY (26) C Hills 9 5............................. D O?Neill
MURCHISON RIVER (55) H Candy 9 5.......... Doubtful
ODEN (215) R Varian 9 5.................................J Mitchell
SAROOG S Crisford 9 5........................................M Dwyer
SECTION D?OR D Menuisier 9 5.................Martin Lane
WHITE DESERT C Appleby 9 5...........................W Buick
LOVE CONQUERS (24) R Beckett 9 0.. Oisin Murphy
LUNA MAGIC (91) Mrs L Pearce 9 0........S Pearce(3)
l LYNIQUE W Haggas 9 0...........................P Cosgrave
OPERA QUEEN (25) A Balding 9 0.................L Keniry
OUJA (265) J Gosden 9 0..................................... R Tart
RAINBOW RISING D Menuisier 9 0.......... R Kingscote
SAMPAQUITA (30) G L Moore 9 0.......... H Crouch(3)
CHEEK PIECES: No. 6 HOOD: No. 9.
W-Factor: Lynique (99); White Desert (97); Munthany (94).
SP FORECAST: 3 White Desert, 4 Love Conquers, 6 Munthany,
7 Saroog, 8 Ouja, Oden, 10 Lynique, 16 Section D?or, 20 Others.
(9)
1 (9) 70L MAGGIE PINK (12) (D) M Appleby 8 9 13...A Rawlinson(3)
2 (8) 616 WAHIBA (43) (D,F) M Botti 4 9 8....................C Hardie
3 (7) 143- MANY A TALE (307) I Mohammed 3 9 6..........S Gray
4 (5) 3-1L QATARI RIYALS (56) R Hannon 3 9 4....T Marquand
5 (1) 352 ACADIAN ANGEL (10) (F) J J Quinn 3 9 4...D Tudhope
6 (2) 112 l DUSKY MAID (15) (D) J Given 3 9 0......Joe Doyle
7 (6) 032 TOTALLY MAGIC (24) (D) R M Whitaker 5 9 0
L Edmunds(5)
8 (4) 4-40 NANCY HART (62) T Dascombe 3 8 12.. P J McDonald
9 (3) 483 ART?S DESIRE (15) Ed Walker 3 8 11.... Jenny Powell(5)
W-Factor: Dusky Maid (99); Acadian Angel (93);
Qatari Riyals (92).
SP FORECAST: 10-3 Dusky Maid, 9-2 Totally Magic, 5 Art?s Desire,
6 Acadian Angel, 7 Wahiba, Many A Tale, 12 Nancy Hart, 14 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2012-17): D Tudhope 12% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201217): R Fahey 10% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 1.40 Beaumont?s Party
(blinkers), Celtic Power (blinkers), 2.10 Tarnemah (hood), Final Rock
(cheek pieces), 2.45 Roubles (hood), Chatoyer (hood), King Of Paris
(cheek pieces), 4.25 Kasperenko (blinkers). BEATEN FAVOURITES:
2.10 Crown Of Cortez. 3.20 Panova(hcp). 4.55 Dusky Maid(hcp),
Wahiba(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best on the straight course on
soft going. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Celtic Power (1.40) 245 miles.
STABLE SWITCH: 1.40 Tawseef from C Bowe in Ireland to D McCain.
4.25 Busy Street from G Swinbank to Sally Haynes, Viewpoint from
M Appleby to Harriet Bethell.
THE Scout
6.05 Dream Machine
6.40 CAROUSE
7.15 Pealer
7.45 Tapis Libre
8.20 Berrahri
8.50 Swiss Cross
UK ON VIRGIN 536 HCAP
8.50 RACING
�175 (4)
6f 3yds
(10)
1 (4) 791 ASHPAN SAM (7) (C&D) David Drinkwater 8 10 2(6ex) W Carson
2 (8) L-68 HUNTSMANS CLOSE (22) (D) R Cowell 7 9 13..R Winston
3 (2) 321 PETTOCHSIDE (15) (C&D) J Bridger 8 9 12
Katherine Glenister(7)
4 (1) L27 HIGHLAND ACCLAIM (7) (C&D,T) D O?Meara 6 9 12
H Bentley
5 (5) 8L3 MONUMENTAL MAN (16) (C,D) M Attwater 8 9 5
Finley Marsh(7)
6 (9) 441 l SWISS CROSS (6) (C&D,F) P McEntee 10 9 4(6ex) S De Sousa
7 (10) 352 TAVENER (7) (D) D C Griffiths 5 9 3........... R Ffrench
8 (6) 613 FARLEIGH MAC (7) (D) A Balding 3 9 0...... Doubtful
9 (7) 806 POUR LA VICTOIRE (49) (D) A Carroll 7 8 10
G Downing
10 (3) L6L RED STRIPES (12) (D,F) Mrs L Williamson 5 8 7
Jane Elliott(5)
BLINKERS: No. 9 TONGUE STRAP: No. 6
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 5, 6, 7 HOOD: Nos. 2, 4.
W-Factor: Swiss Cross (99); Highland Acclaim (95);
Huntsmans Close (93).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Tavener, 4 Pettochside, 9-2 Ashpan Sam,
6 Highland Acclaim, 10 Swiss Cross, Monumental Man, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good to Soft. Left Handed. TOP TRACK
JOCKEY (2012-17): S De Sousa 24% Strike rate. TOP TRACK
TRAINER (2012-17): M Johnston 13% Strike rate. BEATEN
FAVOURITES: 6.05 Dream Machine(hcp). 7.45 Sureness(hcp hdl). 8.50
Farleigh Mac(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best over 5f, low numbers
best from 6f to 1m 2f.
1m 5f 61yds
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1 (6) 2L5 THE OTMOOR POET (15) A Hales 4 10 1...D Sweeney
2 (3) 250 TOBACCO ROAD (15) D Pipe 7 10 1........ Oisin Murphy
3 (2) 140 BALANCING TIME (32) Mrs A Perrett 4 10 0.M Dwyer
4 (9) 6L-6 LOVELY STORY (80) S Durack 6 9 12........... D O?Neill
5 (5) 267 TAKBEER (41) Mrs N Evans 5 9 10.................. C Bishop
6 (16) 0-L2 INN THE BULL (14) A King 4 9 8.................P Pilley(5)
7 (8) 6L8 BAN SHOOF (32) G L Moore 4 9 6.......... H Crouch(3)
8 (14) 792 ONORINA (30) (C&D) J Boyle 5 9 6.........P Cosgrave
9 (13) 31L FLIGHT OF FANTASY (61) (F) H Dunlop 3 9 3... R Kingscote
10 (11) 51L GAMBOL (25) (D) I Williams 7 9 2............. S Donohoe
11 (7) 323 l INCONCEIVABLE (27) R Beckett 3 9 1......P Dobbs
12(12) 448 MASTER ARCHER (29) J Fanshawe 3 9 0.. T Queally
13 (4) 83-0 ETTIHADI (41) T Vaughan 3 8 13..................... Doubtful
14(10) 872 CHOCOLATE BOX (28) (F) L Cumani 3 8 12....J P Spencer
15 (1) 1-52 NORDIC COMBINED (35)(T) B Ellison 3 8 8.. C Shepherd(3)
16(15) L-36 SHEILA?S FANCY (37) J S Moore 3 8 6....... J F Egan
VISOR: No. 10 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 6, 10
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 14, 15.
W-F: Inconceivable (99); Chocolate Box (97); Onorina (95).
SP FORECAST: 4 Chocolate Box, 6 Inn The Bull, Inconceivable,
8 Onorina, 10 Flight Of Fantasy, The Otmoor Poet, 12 Others.
HANDICAP (STR)
8.40 KENNET
�234 (5)
7f
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1.30 Kynren
2.00 Whatsthemessage
2.35 Poetic Steps
3.10 Fruit Salad
DIRECT VALETING LTD HANDICAP
�175 (4)
1m 3f 197yds (10)
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�234 (5)
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5.55
6.30
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�911 (5)
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1 (11) 113 PAPOU TONY (36) (D) G Baker 4 9 13...........L Keniry
2 (9) 5-40 ANOTHER BOY (38) (D) R Beckett 4 9 12
P C O?Donnell(5)
3 (12) 404 GRAMERCY (19) (D) I Williams 10 9 11....... S Donohoe
4 (2) 50-9 CADEAUX BOXER (14) Martin Smith 4 9 9.......J Fahy
5 (10) LL7- OPERATIVE (321) E De Giles 4 9 9.............D Costello
6 (6) 19P HARBOUR GREY (26) R Hannon 3 9 8........... S Levey
7 (7) 9LL POSH BOUNTY (15) (D) P Burgoyne 6 9 7
Jordan Uys(7)
8 (4) 265 GLORY OF PARIS (15) (D) B Millman 3 9 7
Oisin Murphy
9 (5) 7-51 l MADELEINE BOND (33) (D,F) H Candy 3 9 6
Georgia Cox(5)
10 (1) L11- MEDICEAN EL DIABLO (203) (D) J Fox 4 9 5....K O?Neill
11 (3) 744 DIABLE D?OR (14) Eve J-Houghton 3 9 3.. E Greatrex(3)
12 (8) 460 SINGING SANDS (16) S Durack 3 9 0..... J P Spencer
VISOR: No. 3 HOOD: Nos. 4, 7.
W-Factor: Madeleine Bond (99); Harbour Grey (96);
Glory of Paris (92).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Madeleine Bond, 9-2 Papou Tony, 7 Medicean El
Diablo, 8 Harbour Grey, Diable d?Or, 12 Others.
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Left Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY
(2012-17): W Buick 18% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201217): J Gosden 20% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 5.55 Mysaan (cheek
pieces), 7.05 Kingston Kurrajong (cheek pieces), 7.35 White Desert
(hood), Oden (cheek pieces), 8.05 Nordic Combined (cheek pieces),
8.40 Cadeaux Boxer (hood). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 5.55 Simpson.
7.35 Ouja. 8.05 Onorina(hcp). 8.40 Harbour Grey(hcp), Singing
Sands(hcp). DRAW: High numbers best in large fields, especially in
very soft ground. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Nordic Combined (8.05)
229 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 7.35 Casemates Square from M Halford
in Ireland to I Williams.
1.30
3.45 Dealer?s Choice
4.20 Salvatore Fury
4.50 Newt
EBF MAIDEN STAKES
�881 (Class 5)7f 173yds
3.45
(7 declared)
(4) 363 ARNARSON (42)(T) E Dunlop 3 9 3............................ L Morris
(7)
EXCELLENT STORY J J Davies 3 9 3........................... P Makin
(3) 3 l KYNREN (13) (F) T D Barron 3 9 3..................... B A Curtis
(1) 77 PIPERS WAY (33) R Fahey 3 9 3.. Adam J McNamara(3)
(6)
SACRED WAY K Ryan 3 9 3.............................................. K Stott
(2)
TRUE COLORS R Fahey 3 9 3......................................J Garritty
(5) 87 SHINE BABY SHINE (9) P Kirby 3 8 12........................P Aspell
W-Factor: Kynren (99); Arnarson (95); Sacred Way (87).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Kynren, 3 Arnarson, 4 Sacred Way, 6 True Colors,
10 Pipers Way, 14 Excellent Story, 66 Shine Baby Shine.
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2.00 RACINGUK.COM/DAYPASS
�396 (5) 7f 173yds
(6)
HAJJAM (6) D O?Meara 10 0........................................... P Makin
l WHATSTHEMESSAGE (15) (C,F) K Dalgleish 9 7.... A Mullen
DREAM TEAM (35) (D) M Dods 9 5.....................P Mulrennan
MAMA AFRICA (14) T D Barron 9 4......................... B A Curtis
SAVANNAH MOON (14) K Ryan 9 3............................... K Stott
VENTURA SECRET (18) T Easterby 8 11Rachel Richardson(3)
BLINKERS: No. 3 HOOD: Nos. 1, 5.
W-Factor: Whatsthemessage (99); Hajjam (94); Dream Team (94).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Whatsthemessage, 3 Savannah Moon, Hajjam,
7-2 Mama Africa, 14 Ventura Secret, 16 Dream Team.
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(1) 541
(2) L45
(5) 252
(4) 502
(3) 657
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�396 (5) 6f 195yds
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1 (2) 1
l POETIC STEPS (9) M Johnston 9 4.................... J Fanning
2 (6)
AFFINA(T) S Crisford 9 0......................................................G Lee
3 (4) 634 DEADLY REEL (9) (F,T) Archie Watson 9 0............. L Morris
4 (1) 08 MOUNTAIN MEADOW (25) R Fahey 9 0.................J Garritty
5 (5) 33 PARAMOUNT LOVE (25) R Fahey 9 0...Adam J McNamara(3)
6 (3) 471 SEAELLA (27) J J Quinn 9 0............................................. J Hart
W-Factor: Poetic Steps (99); Paramount Love (95); Seaella (92).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Paramount Love, 11-4 Poetic Steps, 7-2 Affina, 4 Deadly
Reel, 8 Seaella, 25 Mountain Meadow.
UK HANDICAP
3.10 RACING
�499 (4)
5f
DUNGANNON (32) (D,T) A Balding 10 9 12.... Joshua Bryan(5)
FAST ACT (52) (C&D) K Ryan 5 9 12............................ K Stott
HENLEY (12) (D) Miss T Waggott 5 9 10................ B A Curtis
OLIVIA FALLOW (19) (D) P Midgley 5 9 10.....................G Lee
EL HOMBRE (19) K Dalgleish 3 9 9..........................R Scott(5)
APROVADO (12) (D) M Dods 5 9 9...............................A Mullen
BOSSIPOP (8) T Easterby 4 9 8............................P Mulrennan
l FRUIT SALAD (13) (D,F) J Bethell 4 9 2........... J Fanning
BLINKERS: Nos. 1, 7, 8 CHEEK PIECES: No. 6.
W-Factor: Fruit Salad (99); Henley (97); Fast Act (96).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 El Hombre, 3 Bossipop, 6 Fruit Salad, 7 Henley,
8 Dungannon, Aprovado, 10 Olivia Fallow, 20 Fast Act.
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(6) 132
(3) 230
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EVENING RESULTS
BATH: Good to firm
6.10?LUCKY CLOVER (D O?Neill, 7?1) 1; Ask
The Guru (14?1) 2; Captain Ryan (4?1 fav) 3. H?cap
12 ran. 13/4l, 11/4l. (M Saunders). Tote: �30; pl
�80, �10, �90. exacta: �4.10. tricast:
�6.10. trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.31.
6.40?UNION ROSE (F M Berry, 7?1) 1; Trick
of The Light (5?4 fav) 2; Discreet Hero (6?1) 3.
H?cap 6 ran. 2l, nk. (R Harris). Tote: �70; pl
�00, �90. exacta: �.80. trifecta: �0.50.
CSF: �.80. Non-runner: Edged Out.
7.10?INNOKO (P Cosgrave, 6?1) 1; Londonia
(3?1 2nd fav) 2; Hope Is High (6?4 fav) 3. H?cap 8
ran. 3/4l, 1/2l. (Robert Stephens). Tote: �20; pl
�90, �80, �10. exacta: �.70. tricast:
�.25. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.74. Nonrunners: Bohemian Rhapsody, The Detainee.
7.40?HENRYHUDSONBRIDGE (Jordan
Uys, 8?1) 1; Eugenic (9?2) 2; Mamnoon (4?1) 3.
H?cap 7 ran. hd, 1/2l. (J Flint; 9-4 fav Bicolour).
Tote: �70; pl �10, �30. exacta: �.00.
tricast: �5.90. trifecta: �7.10. CSF: �.12.
Non-runners: Epicurious, Frantical.
8.10?BURAUQ (Lulu Stanford, 11?2) 1;
Wedgewood Estates (4?1 2nd fav) 2; Angelito
(11?2) 3. H?cap 12 ran. 2l, 1/2l. (J Bradley; 7-2 fav
Compton Prince). Tote: �70; pl �90, �10,
�50. exacta: �.50. tricast: �9.75. trifecta:
�1.10. CSF: �.88. Non-runners: Daydream,
Must Be Amazing, Papa Delta, Zophilly.
8.40?DOWAYLA (Martin Lane, 5?2 fav) 1;
Arctic Sea (4?1 jt 2nd fav) 2; Rebel De Lope (6?1)
3. H?cap 7 ran. 1l, 11/2l. (S bin Suroor). Tote: �10;
pl �80, �20. exacta: �.70. trifecta: �.00.
CSF: �.42.
9.10?Unified (S De Sousa, 5-4) 1;
Keeper?s Choice (10-1) 2; Nadia Promise (8-13
fav) 3. 3 ran. Tote: �50. .exacta: �00. CSF:
�58 NR: Mooroverthebridge,Pequeninha,
Orbit Light.
Placepot: �.50. Quadpot: �.20.
KEMPTON: Standard to slow
5.55?HUMAN NATURE (Milly Naseb, 8?1) 1;
Kingsley Klarion (8?1) 2; Childesplay (8?1) 3.
H?cap 9 ran. 1/2l, 1/2l. (S C Williams; 4-1 fav Saleh).
Tote: �.60; pl �00, �30, �60. exacta:
�.90. tricast: �8.44. trifecta: �4.90. CSF:
�.75. Non-runner: Arlecchino?s Leap.
Arlecchino?s Leap| Rule 4 applies to All Bets,
deduct 5p in the pound
6.25?DANGEROUS ENDS (J Mitchell, 13?8
fav) 1; Makhfar (13?2 2nd fav) 2; Sir Compton
(11?1) 3. H?cap 12 ran. 3/4l, 13/4l. (B Johnson). Tote:
�10; pl �20, �90, �90. exacta: �.10. tri?
cast: �.40. trifecta: �.60. CSF: �.12. Nonrunners: Evanescent, Swiftee.
6.55?SCALA REGIA (Rosie Jessop, 14?1) 1;
Badenscoth (9?2 2nd fav) 2; Rock N Roll Global
(6?1) 3. H?cap 11 ran. hd, 13/4l. (Sir M Prescott; 4-1
fav Casado). Tote: �.10; pl �90, �00,
�90. exacta: �5.80. tricast: �3.66. trifec?
ta: �6.50. CSF: �.20.
7.25?ISLAND DRIVE (D Tudhope, 11?4 2nd
fav) 1; Angel Islington (6?1) 2; Travelcard (8?1) 3.
12 ran. 3/4l, 21/2l. (W Haggas; 2-1 fav Jane Rose).
Tote: �50; pl �80, �60, �00. exacta:
�.90. trifecta: �7.00. CSF: �.60.
7.55?AUTHORIZED TOO (J Crowley, 16?1) 1;
Fitzwilly (3?1 2nd fav) 2; Pastoral Music (5?2 fav)
3. H?cap 9 ran. 23/4l, 11/2l. (Noel Williams). Tote:
�.10; pl �70, �60, �40. exacta: �.30.
tricast: �9.18. trifecta: �7.30. CSF: �.55.
8.25?BUSH HOUSE (James Doyle, 5?2
fav) 1; St Malo (5?1) 2; Graceful James (40?1) 3.
H?cap 9 ran. 13/4l, 3/4l. (H Palmer). Tote: �90; pl
�20, �50, �60. exacta: �.40. tricast:
�6.07. trifecta: �8.50. CSF: �.64.
8.55?MAAKAASIB (Oisin Murphy, 7?2 2nd
fav) 1; Hackney Road (5?2 fav) 2;
Showmethewayavrilo (20?1) 3. H?cap 10 ran. nk,
13/4l. (S Crisford). Tote: �30; pl �80, �60,
�30. exacta: �.10. tricast: �7.56. CSF:
�.98. Non-runners: Gung Ho Jack, Porta
Rosa.
Jackpot: Not won, pool of �,442.75
carried over.
Placepot: �0.20
Quadpot: �.10.
RUK
BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF FILLIES?
HANDICAP �469 (4) 5f 193yds(7)
1 (5) 322 STORM CRY (7) (D) M Johnston 3 9 10.................. J Fanning
2 (4) 426 RELY ON ME (29) (D,T) A Balding 3 9 9.. Joshua Bryan(5)
3 (3) 224 HONEYSUCKLE LIL (14) (D) T Easterby 5 9 6
Rachel Richardson(3)
4 (1) 221 l DEALER?S CHOICE (19) (D,T) R Varian 3 9 6.. P Mulrennan
5 (2) 246 MAUREB (20) (C) T Coyle 5 8 12.............................. B McHugh
6 (7) 553 HAMIDANS GIRL (10) K Dalgleish 3 8 8.....................A Mullen
7 (6) 526 SEA OF GREEN (4) (D) J Goldie 5 8 7..............S Mooney(7)
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 3, 4, 5, 7.
W-Factor: Dealer?s Choice (99); Storm Cry (98); Rely On Me (92).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Storm Cry, 5-2 Dealer?s Choice, 6 Rely On Me,
13-2 Honeysuckle Lil, 7 Hamidans Girl, 12 Sea Of Green, Maureb.
UK NOW IN HD HANDICAP
4.20 RACING
�911 (6) 5f 193yds
(17)
1 (15) 41-5 CAESER THE GAESER (51) (C&D) N Tinkler 5 10 0
Rachel Richardson(3)
2 (7) 666 l SALVATORE FURY (10) (C&D) K Dalgleish 7 9 13
R Scott(5)
3 (1) 551 QUESTO (8) (D) Miss T Waggott 5 9 11(6ex)......... B A Curtis
4 (6) L67 WILLSY (38) (D) Mrs K Tutty 4 9 9............ Gemma Tutty(5)
5 (13) 573 PICKS PINTA (24) (D) J Riches 6 9 9.........................P Aspell
6 (14) 134 SEARANGER (22) (D) Rebecca Menzies 4 9 6.P Mulrennan
7 (2) 66L MR COCO BEAN (33) Mrs A Duffield 3 9 6............ J Fanning
8 (8) 89L BARON RUN (42) (D) K Burke 7 9 4...........................C Lee(5)
9 (11) 034 YPRES (21) (C&D) J Ward 8 9 3..................................... K Stott
10 (12) 756 GAELIC WIZARD (8) (C&D) Mrs K Tutty 9 8 13....... S James
11 (5) 576 LADY JOANNA VASSA (6) R C Guest 4 8 11.............A Mullen
12 (10) 853 WHIPPHOUND (29) (D) Mrs R Carr 9 8 10.............J Garritty
13 (4) 0-7L RAINBOW CHIMES (16) Mrs A Duffield 3 8 9.................G Lee
14 (9) 9L5 CAPTAIN SCOOBY (9) (C,D) R C Guest 11 8 8.......... L Morris
15 (16) 062 SPOKEN WORDS (24) J Riches 8 8 7..................... P Mathers
16 (3) 2L-8 MIGHTY BOND (29) Miss T Waggott 5 8 7.................... J Hart
17 (17) 0L9 MR CONUNDRUM (5) (D) Miss L Siddall 4 8 7
Nathan Evans(3)
BLINKERS: Nos. 5, 10, 14 VISOR: No. 2 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 9, 12.
W-Factor: Salvatore Fury (99); Ypres (98); Questo (97).
SP FORECAST: 5 Questo, 6 Picks Pinta, Whipphound, 13-2 Searanger,
10 Spoken Words, Ypres, Caeser The Gaeser, 12 Others.
UK DAY PASS JUST 10 HANDICAP
4.50 RACING
�396 (5) 1m 6f 32yds
(8)
(8) 48-6ARAMIST (51) Sally Haynes 7 10 0........................... B A Curtis
(5) 41/0-KASHMIRI SUNSET (277) I Jardine 6 10 0............ J Fanning
(2) 974 TRANSPENNINE STAR (3) (C&D) M Dods 4 9 13.. P Mulrennan
(6) 832 HURRICANE HOLLOW (35) (S) T D Barron 7 9 12..A Mullen
(3) 53/7 PAROLE (40) T Easterby 5 9 6...............................D Fentiman
(4) 1-61 OUR KYLIE (21) (F) B Ellison 5 9 1............. Ben Robinson(5)
(1) 354 JAN SMUTS (40) W Storey 9 8 12...............Nathan Evans(3)
(7) L13 l NEWT (20) Sir M Prescott 3 8 6............................. L Morris
TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 2, 7 CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 7, 8.
W-Factor: Newt (99); Transpennine Star (97);
Hurricane Hollow (91).
SP FORECAST: 2 Hurricane Hollow, 10-3 Newt, 5 Our Kylie, 6 Transpennine
Star, 10 Parole, 14 Jan Smuts, Aramist, Kashmiri Sunset.
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Carlisle Track Facts
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Right Handed.
TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17): P Mulrennan
17% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (201217): K Dalgleish 16% Strike rate. FIRST TIME:
2.00 Savannah Moon (hood), Dream Team (blink?
ers), 3.10 Fruit Salad (blinkers), 4.20 Gaelic
Wizard (blinkers), 4.50 Newt (cheek pieces).
LONGEST TRAVELLER: Dungannon (3.10) &
Rely On Me (3.45) 299 miles.
BEATEN FAVOURITES: 2.00 Hajjam(hcp). 3.10 El
Hombre(hcp), Henley(hcp). 3.45 Honeysuckle
Lil(hcp), Rely On Me(hcp), Storm Cry(hcp). 4.50
Hurricane Hollow(hcp), Newt(hcp). DRAW: Low
numbers have a slight advantage in races up to
a mile, high best when the ground is soft.
STABLE SWITCH: 4.50 Kashmiri Sunset from G
Elliott in Ireland to I Jardine.
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RACING: GIANT OF THE JUMPING GAME LOST
Legend Carberry dies
OUTSTANDING:
Carberry partnering
L?Escargot to
victory in the
Grand National
C - Carlisle, D Doncaster, E - Epsom, Nb
- Newbury, Nm Newmarket
A MomentofmadnessNm 4.35
Acadian Angel......D 4.55
Afandem ........... Nm 3.00
Affair.................Nb 5.20
Affina .................. C 2.35
Alba Power ....... Nm 2.25
Algometer ........ Nm 3.35
Amandine ......... Nm 4.05
Amarone Red .....Nb 6.30
Anna Nerium..... Nm 4.05
Another Boy ......Nb 8.40
Anton Chigurh ..... E 8.20
Aprovado ............. C 3.10
Aramist ............... C 4.50
Archimedes .........D 3.55
Arnarson ............. C 1.30
Art History ..........D 1.40
Art?s Desire.........D 4.55
Ashpan Sam ......... E 8.50
Ataman..............Nb 5.20
Atty Persse ...... Nm 1.50
Autumn Leaves ..Nb 6.30
Bacchus ............ Nm 3.00
Balancing Time ..Nb 8.05
Ban Shoof ..........Nb 8.05
Barizan ................D 1.40
Baron Run............ C 4.20
Beach Break ........D 4.25
Beat The Bank .. Nm 5.05
Beaumont?s Party D 1.40
Berkeley Vale ...... E 8.20
Berrahri............... E 8.20
Bhindi ................Nb 6.30
Bomad .................D 2.10
Bombastic .........Nb 5.55
Boomerang BettyNb 6.30
Bossipop.............. C 3.10
Braztime .............D 3.20
Breakheart ........Nb 5.20
Breeze Up..........Nb 7.35
Brian The Snail . Nm 3.00
Buonarroti ...........D 4.25
Busy Street .........D 4.25
Cadeaux Boxer ..Nb 8.40
Caeser The GaeserC 4.20
Captain Scooby ... C 4.20
Captor ...............Nb 7.35
Cardsharp......... Nm 2.25
Carouse ............... E 6.40
Cartographer.... Nm 3.00
Casemates SquareNb7.35
Casterbridge .......D 3.55
Celestation.......... E 6.05
Celtic Power ........D 1.40
Chancery .............D 4.25
Character WitnessNb5.55
Chatoyer .............D 2.45
Chess Move ......... E 6.40
Chocolate Box ...Nb 8.05
Choosey ............Nb 5.55
Compas Scoobie Nm 4.35
Cricklewood GreenNb 7.05
Croquembouche... E 7.45
Crown Of Cortez ..D 2.10
Crowned Eagle.. Nm 1.50
D?bai ................. Nm 5.05
Danielsflyer ...... Nm 3.00
Darkroom Angel .. E 6.05
Deadly Reel ......... C 2.35
Dealer?s Choice ... C 3.45
Decision Maker ....D 2.45
Denaar.............. Nm 2.25
Desert Skyline .. Nm 1.50
Deviate..............Nb 6.30
Diable d?Or ........Nb 8.40
Diamond Express . E 6.40
Dream Machine .... E 6.05
Dream Team ........ C 2.00
Duke Of Yorkshire E 7.45
Dungannon .......... C 3.10
Dusky Maid ..........D 4.55
East India ............ E 8.20
Ekhtiyaar.......... Nm 3.00
El Hombre............ C 3.10
Electric LandladyNb 6.30
Enjazaat ........... Nm 2.25
Epsom Bounty ...Nb 5.55
Eqtiraan ........... Nm 3.00
Escape The City.Nb 6.30
Ettihadi .............Nb 8.05
Exceeding PowerNb 7.05
Excellent Story ... C 1.30
Fabulous Red .... Nm 4.05
Face The Facts . Nm 1.50
Fair Power ........... E 6.05
Fantastic Flyer ..Nb 6.30
Farleigh Mac........ E 8.50
Fast Act .............. C 3.10
Final Rock............D 2.10
Flash City ............D 3.55
Fleeting Motion ...D 3.20
Flight Of FantasyNb 8.05
Florenza ..............D 3.20
Forest Ranger .. Nm 5.05
Foxy Forever .... Nm 4.35
Frontiersman.... Nm 3.35
Fruit Salad .......... C 3.10
Gaelic Wizard....... C 4.20
Gainsay .............Nb 6.30
Gambol ..............Nb 8.05
Glory of Paris ....Nb 8.40
Go Far .............. Nm 4.35
Gold Eagle ........ Nm 4.05
Golden Apollo ... Nm 3.00
Goodwood Crusader
......................... Nm 3.00
Gramercy ..........Nb 8.40
Grams And Ounces
..........................Nb 5.20
Grand Koonta ... Nm 2.25
Grey Britain...... Nm 5.05
Hajjam ................. C 2.00
Hamidans Girl ...... C 3.45
Hamster Jam ....... E 7.15
Harbour Grey.....Nb 8.40
Harlequin Striker. E 7.15
Hawkbill............ Nm 3.35
Hawridge Glory ..Nb 5.20
He?s Our Star ....Nb 5.55
Henley ................. C 3.10
Hey Gaman ....... Nm 2.25
Hidden Charms ....D 3.20
Highland Acclaim . E 8.50
Highland Mary ..... E 6.40
Hold Your BreathNb 6.30
Honeysuckle Lil ... C 3.45
Huntsmans Close . E 8.50
Hurricane Hollow . C 4.50
Hyde Park......... Nm 3.00
Ice Age ............. Nm 4.35
Inconceivable ....Nb 8.05
Indicia .............. Nm 4.05
INDEX
Inn The Bull .......Nb
Invincible Army Nm
It Dont Come Easy.
......................... Nm
James Garfield ....D
Jan Smuts ........... C
Jazz Affair ........Nb
Jedlitzka ...........Nb
Jumira Bridge... Nm
Just Us Two ........D
Justanotherbottle .
......................... Nm
K?gari Spirit.........D
Kareva ...............Nb
Kashmiri Sunset .. C
Kasperenko .........D
Katheefa .............D
King Of Paris .......D
King Of Rooks ... Nm
Kingston Kurrajong
..........................Nb
Kynren................. C
La Rav ...............Nb
Lady Joanna Vassa
............................ C
Lamb Chop.........Nb
Lamya............... Nm
Landing Night ......D
Larchmont Lad . Nm
Lopito de Vega .... E
Love Conquers...Nb
Love Dreams .... Nm
Lovely Story ......Nb
Luis Fernandez ..Nb
Luna Magic ........Nb
Lynique .............Nb
Madeleine Bond .Nb
Maggie Pink .........D
Maid In India........D
Malt Teaser ......... E
Mama Africa ........ C
Many A Tale .........D
Master Archer ...Nb
Maureb ................ C
Maybride .......... Nm
Medicean El Diablo
..........................Nb
Mighty Bond ........ C
Milky Way ..........Nb
Mishko .................D
Monsieur Joe.... Nm
Mont Kiara ....... Nm
Mont Kinabalu .....D
Monumental Man . E
Mostahel .......... Nm
Mountain Meadow C
Mr Coco Bean ...... C
Mr Conundrum ..... C
Mr Minerals .......Nb
Muntahaa ......... Nm
Munthany ..........Nb
Murchison River Nb
My Angel .............D
My Cherokee .......D
Mysaan ..............Nb
Nancy Hart ..........D
Native Prospect .. E
Newt.................... C
Noble Masterpiece .D
Nordic Combined Nb
8.05
2.25
2.25
2.10
4.50
5.55
6.30
4.35
3.55
3.00
3.55
6.30
4.50
4.25
2.45
2.45
4.35
7.05
1.30
7.05
4.20
6.30
4.05
3.55
5.05
8.20
7.35
3.00
8.05
5.55
7.35
7.35
8.40
4.55
2.45
6.05
2.00
4.55
8.05
3.45
4.05
8.40
4.20
5.20
1.40
4.35
4.35
2.10
8.50
3.00
2.35
4.20
4.20
7.05
3.35
7.35
7.35
2.45
2.45
5.55
4.55
7.15
4.50
2.45
8.05
TOMMY CARBERRY, one of
the great legends in the
saddle, died yesterday aged
75.
Carberry was one of the few
to have ridden and trained
the winner of the Grand
National.
The
popular
Irishman
rode L?Escargot to win the
Cheltenham Gold Cup in
1970 and 1971 and partnered
him him to beat Red Rum in
the 1975 Grand National.
He also won the Gold Cup on
Ten Up in 1975 and was robbed
of a fourth victory in the 1980
race on Tied Cottage after the
horse failed a dope test owing
to a batch of contaminated
feed.
In his native Ireland there
were two victories in the Irish
Grand National on Brown Lad
in 1975 and 1976.
He also rode with distinction
on the Flat, winning the Joe
Oden ..................Nb
Oh So Sassy...... Nm
Olivia Fallow ........ C
Onorina .............Nb
Opera Queen......Nb
Operative ..........Nb
Optimum Time ...Nb
Orithia ...............Nb
Orvar ................ Nm
Ouja ...................Nb
Our Kylie ............. C
Pack It In...........Nb
Panova ................D
Papou Tony........Nb
Paramount Love .. C
Parole.................. C
Pealer.................. E
Pearl Noir ............D
Perfect Angel ... Nm
Pettochside ......... E
Picks Pinta .......... C
Pipers Way .......... C
Poet?s Society .. Nm
Poet?s Word...... Nm
Poetic Steps ........ C
Polly?s Gold .......Nb
Posh Bounty ......Nb
Pour La Victoire .. E
Powerful Dream ...D
Poyle Vinnie ..... Nm
Pretty Jewel .....Nb
Private Matter . Nm
Pulitzer ............ Nm
Qatari Riyals .......D
Questo................. C
Quick Recovery ... E
Raheen House ... Nm
Rainbow Chimes .. C
Rainbow Jazz.....Nb
Rainbow Rising ..Nb
Raj Balaraaj .......Nb
Rajasinghe ........ Nm
Red Alert .............D
Red Stripes ......... E
Rely On Me .......... C
Rinaria.................D
Rio Santos .........Nb
River Dart ........... E
Roland Rocks .... Nm
Ronald R ........... Nm
Roubles ...............D
Rum Runner .......Nb
Rum Swizzle ......Nb
Sacred Way.......... C
Salvatore Fury .... C
Sampaquita .......Nb
Saroog...............Nb
Savannah Moon.... C
Sea Of Green ....... C
Seaella ................ C
Searanger............ C
Section D?or ......Nb
Sellingallthetime .D
Shadow Seeker . Nm
Shamshon ......... Nm
She?sastorm ..... Nm
Sheila?s Fancy ...Nb
Shenanigans ........D
Shine Baby Shine . C
Shuhood ..............D
Sienna Says .......Nb
Silver Quay .......... E
Simpson.............Nb
7.35
4.35
3.10
8.05
7.35
8.40
5.55
5.20
4.35
7.35
4.50
5.20
3.20
8.40
2.35
4.50
7.15
3.55
3.00
8.50
4.20
1.30
3.00
3.35
2.35
6.30
8.40
8.50
3.55
4.35
5.20
3.00
4.05
4.55
4.20
6.40
1.50
4.20
5.55
7.35
5.20
2.25
3.55
8.50
3.45
3.20
5.55
7.45
2.25
5.05
2.45
5.55
5.20
1.30
4.20
7.35
7.35
2.00
3.45
2.35
4.20
7.35
4.25
4.05
4.35
4.05
8.05
3.20
1.30
2.10
6.30
7.45
5.55
Singing Sands ....Nb 8.40
Snow Excuse........D 2.45
Sofia?s Rock ..... Nm 1.50
Soie D?leau ....... Nm 4.35
Song Of Love ....... E 7.45
Sorority............... E 6.40
Sound And Silence .
......................... Nm 2.25
Spoken Words...... C 4.20
Spray The Sea .....D 2.10
Spring Cosmos.. Nm 4.05
Squirrelheed........D 2.10
Stoneham ............D 1.40
Storm Cry............ C 3.45
Stormin Tom........D 1.40
Sureness ............. E 7.45
Swaheen ..............D 4.25
Swiss Cross ......... E 8.50
Syphax ............. Nm 5.05
Takbeer .............Nb 8.05
Tamayuz Magic ....D 4.25
Tamleek............ Nm 1.50
Tapis Libre .......... E 7.45
Tarnemah ............D 2.10
Tavener ............... E 8.50
Tawseef ...............D 1.40
Technological ......D 2.10
Tempuran ............D 1.40
The Otmoor PoetNb 8.05
Three Colours RedD 1.40
Titchy Digits......Nb 6.30
Tobacco Road ....Nb 8.05
Tomily .............. Nm 4.35
Tommy Taylor .. Nm 3.00
Toomer ............. Nm 4.05
Top Boy ............ Nm 4.35
Totally Magic.......D 4.55
Transmitting ....... E 8.20
Transpennine StarC 4.50
Traveller ...........Nb 7.05
Tribute Act ..........D 3.20
Tricorn ............. Nm 5.05
True Colors ......... C 1.30
Turnbury ............. E 7.45
Twentysvnthlancers
............................D 3.55
U S Navy Flag ... Nm 2.25
Ultimate AvenueNm 3.00
Unabated .......... Nm 3.00
Under Attack .......D 4.25
Ventura Secret .... C 2.00
Victory Angel ... Nm 3.00
Viewpoint ............D 4.25
Wahiba.................D 4.55
Waiting For RichieD 1.40
Western Hymn .. Nm 3.35
Whatsthemessage C 2.00
Whinging Willie .... E 7.45
Whipphound ......... C 4.20
White Desert .....Nb 7.35
Wiff Waff .............D 2.10
Wild Impala ....... Nm 4.05
Willsy .................. C 4.20
Wiltons ..............Nb 5.55
Wind In My Sails Nb 7.05
Wings of Desire Nm 3.35
Wisconsin ......... Nm 1.50
Wolf Country .... Nm 1.50
Wordiness............D 1.40
Wordismybond ...Nb 5.20
You?re Cool .........D 3.55
Ypres................... C 4.20
By Chris Goulding
McGrath Memorial Stakes on
Fordham, for Vincent O?Brien,
at Leopardstown in 1979.
Following his retirement
from the saddle, Carberry
trained Bobbyjo to win the
1999 Grand National with his
son Paul in the saddle.
?He passed away just before
lunchtime today,? said Paul.
?He?d been ill for a while and
fought it for a long time.
?He gave me a Grand
National winner and has been
great for Irish racing. He got
the best out of everything he
produced.?
Noel Meade, who employed
Paul as his stable jockey along
with his sister, Nina, the
talented amateur rider, said:
?He was a legend, and a hero of
mine from when I was a kid.
?He rode the first winner I
had at Galway on Larks
NEWMARKET
RUK
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THE SCOUT
3.35 Frontiersman
1.50 Raheen House
4.05 Maybride
2.25 Hey Gaman
4.35 Jumira Bridge
3.00 Goodwood
Crusader
5.05 Larchmont Lad
SCOTTISH EXPRESS: 3.35 Wings of Desire
TROPHY STKS (GRP 3)
1.50 BAHRAIN
3YO �,710 (1) 1m 5f
(9)ITV3
ATTY PERSSE (21) (S) R Charlton 9 1 .James Doyle
CROWNED EAGLE (40) (F) J Gosden 9 1.....A Atzeni
DESERT SKYLINE (20) D Elsworth 9 1.......F M Berry
FACE THE FACTS (20) J Gosden 9 1...............A Kirby
? RAHEEN HOUSE (20) (F) B Meehan 9 1J P Spencer
SOFIA?S ROCK (21) M Johnston 9 1......... S De Sousa
TAMLEEK (21) S bin Suroor 9 1 ....................J Crowley
WISCONSIN (11) (D) A P O?Brien (IRE) 9 1 R L Moore
WOLF COUNTRY (56) C Appleby 9 1 ..............W Buick
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 1, 2.
W-Factor: Raheen House (99); Tamleek (97); Wisconsin (96).
SP FORECAST: 11-4 Atty Persse, 4 Raheen House, 6 Wolf Country,
Crowned Eagle, 7 Desert Skyline, 15-2 Wisconsin, 12 Others.
GUIDE: John Gosden has a fine record in this contest
having used this in the past for his potential St Leger candidates, including Masked Marvel back in 2011 who went on
to victory in the oldest classic. The Newmarket handler
saddles two with CROWNED EAGLE looking the preferred
option over Face The Facts. The step up in trip should
prove no issue and he has enough scope for improvement
to land this. Atty Persse relished conditions at Ascot when
landing the King George V Handicap in impressive fashion
(1m4f, gd-fm), while Desert Skyline is expected to prove
best of the remainder.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(5)
(7)
(2)
(9)
(1)
(6)
(4)
(3)
(8)
121
1-10
236
148
234
L10
148
105
1-15
JULY STAKES (GRP 2)
2.25 ARQANA
2YO �,368 (1) 6f
(12)ITV3
1 (12) 11 RAJASINGHE (23) (D,F) Richard Spencer 9 3 .S Donohoe
2 (7) 61 ALBA POWER (13) (D) H Palmer 9 0Josephine Gordon
3 (3) 213 CARDSHARP (21) (F) M Johnston 9 0 .James Doyle
4 (4) 110 DENAAR (23) (D) R Hannon 9 0................... L Dettori
5 (9) L1 ENJAZAAT (37) (D) Owen Burrows 9 0....J Crowley
6 (2) 421 GRAND KOONTA (12) (D) C Cox 9 0................A Kirby
7 (6) 291 ? HEY GAMAN (7) (D) J Tate 9 0......Martin Harley
8 (11) 21 INVINCIBLE ARMY (20) (C&D) J Tate 9 0 .S De Sousa
9 (1) 415 IT DONT COME EASY (21) R Fahey 9 0....P Hanagan
10 (10) 13 ROLAND ROCKS (14) J Ryan 9 0 ....................G Mosse
11 (5) 141 SOUND AND SILENCE (23) C Appleby 9 0...W Buick
12 (8) 301 U S NAVY FLAG (12) (D) A P O?Brien (IRE) 9 0 R L Moore
BLINKERS: 12 TONGUE STRAP: 12 CHEEK PIECES: 10, 11.
W-Factor: Hey Gaman (99); Rajasinghe (95);
It Dont Come Easy (93).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Rajasinghe, 6 Sound And Silence, 7 Invincible
Army, 10 Cardsharp, It Dont Come Easy, 14 Others.
GUIDE: Rajasinghe was a popular winner when landing
the Coventry at Royal Ascot (6f, gd-fm) but has a Group 2
penalty to contend with and the form of the race hasn?t
worked out particularly well. Invincible Army built on a
promising debut when winning over course and distance
(6f, gd-fm) and deserves his chance at this level but preference goes to the Charlie Appleby-trained SOUND AND
SILENCE. A Royal Ascot winner himself in the Windsor
Castle (5f, gd-fm), he shaped on that occasion as though he
would relish the step up to 6f and looks to have more
improvement to come.
HANDICAP
�,250 (2) 6f
3.00 BET365
1 (13)
2 (2)
3 (4)
4 (11)
5 (18)
6 (16)
7 (10)
8 (8)
9 (14)
10 (1)
11 (15)
12 (19)
13 (7)
fantastic to see him train
Bobbyjo to win the National.
?He didn?t have many bullets
to fire as a trainer, and to win
one of the greatest races of all
was fantastic.
?To have Paul riding him
made it all the more special.
?When they came home
after
Bobbyjo
won
the
National it was a
magic day. They
celebrated long
and hard.?
Carberry
is
survived by his
widow, Pamela,
sons
Thomas,
Paul, Philip, Peter
and Mark and
daughter Nina.
All his children,
with the exception of Mark ? who
is a carpenter ?
became talented
riders.
Venture. I think it was just the
second winner I?d had at the
time after Tu Va, and he rode a
good few for me.
?I always enjoyed meeting
him, and going for a drink with
him. He was a genius in the
saddle, and Paul was very like
him. He was nearly a carbon
copy of him.
?Tommy could
ride a horse to
win from the
front one day,
and hold him up
and win the next
day.
?He
was
a
f a b u l o u s
tactician
and
judge of pace,
and just had
that
natural
talent that is so
hard to come by
? it is bred in
him.
It
was
291
5-11
1L6
0-10
4-8L
4L0
139
16-3
1-30
4-59
4L-3
215
111
3YO
(20)ITV3
EQTIRAAN (25) (D) R Hannon 9 7 ................ Doubtful
UNABATED (12) (C&D) M Botti 9 6............D Muscutt
BRIAN THE SNAIL (47) (D) R Fahey 9 3.......W Buick
DANIELSFLYER (26) (D) T D Barron 9 3 .......A Kirby
AFANDEM (13) (D) H Palmer 9 2 Josephine Gordon
PRIVATE MATTER (26) (D) R Fahey 9 2 T Hamilton
BACCHUS (22) B Meehan 9 1 ..................James Doyle
ULTIMATE AVENUE (89) Ed Walker 8 13J P Spencer
HYDE PARK (21) J Gosden 8 12 .................. R L Moore
PERFECT ANGEL (26) (D) A Balding 8 11 .D Probert
TOMMY TAYLOR (84) K Ryan 8 11 .................. T Eaves
EKHTIYAAR (26) (D,F) R Varian 8 10 ........J Crowley
? GOODWOOD CRUSADER (19) (C&D,F) R Hughes
8 10 Finley Marsh(7)
14 (5) 213 MOSTAHEL (68) (D) R Hannon 8 9 ................ S Levey
15(20) 331 JUSTANOTHERBOTTLE (12) (D) D Carroll 8 9
P Hanagan
16 (12) 311 GOLDEN APOLLO (26) (D,F) T Easterby 8 9 D Allan
17 (3) 180 VICTORY ANGEL (20) (D) R Varian 8 8.......A Atzeni
18 (9) 131 CARTOGRAPHER (13) (C&D) M Meade 8 8 .S De Sousa
19 (6) 11-5 LOVE DREAMS (26) (D) M Johnston 8 7....F Norton
20(17) 241 POET?S SOCIETY (14) (C,D) M Johnston 8 5..J F Egan
VISOR: 17 TONGUE STRAP: 2, 8 CHEEK PIECES: 7.
W-Factor: Goodwood Crusader (99); Eqtiraan (96);
Golden Apollo (96).
SP FORECAST: 6 Cartographer, 15-2 Ekhtiyaar, Golden Apollo,
10 Goodwood Crusader, Unabated, Mostahel, 12 Others.
GUIDE: A competitive affair with one or two winning
sequences set to come to an end. Unabated was an eyecatching winner at Newcastle (6f, tpt) on Northumberland
Plate day with a performance which suggested there was
more to come, while Richard Hughes? stable star Goodwood
Crusader returns to the scene of his latest triumph (6f,
gd-fm) unbeaten in his last five starts. Roger Varian runs
two with live chances in Ekhtiyaar and Victory Angel,
however, the vote goes to GOLDEN APOLLO, who can
complete the hat-trick here and follow up his victory in a
hot York handicap (6f, gd-fm).
OF WALES?S STKS (GRP 2)
3.35 PRINCESS
�,710 (1) 1m 4f
(7)ITV3
1 (4) 16-2 ALGOMETER (49) D M Simcock 4 9 2 ...........A Atzeni
2 (5) 412 ? FRONTIERSMAN (41) (D,F) C Appleby 4 9 2
W Buick
3 (1) 136 HAWKBILL (11) (D) C Appleby 4 9 2 .....James Doyle
4 (6) 179 MUNTAHAA (19) (D) J Gosden 4 9 2..........J Crowley
5 (7) 2-12 POET?S WORD (63) Sir M Stoute 4 9 2..... R L Moore
6 (3) 1-17 WESTERN HYMN (19) (D) J Gosden 6 9 2 .....A Kirby
7 (2) 29-5 WINGS OF DESIRE (19) (D) J Gosden 4 9 2L Dettori
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 3, 6, 7.
W-Factor: Frontiersman (99); Hawkbill (98);
Wings of Desire (98).
SP FORECAST: 13-8 Frontiersman, 7-2 Poet?s Word, 4 Wings of
Desire, 8 Hawkbill, Algometer, 14 Western Hymn, 16 Muntahaa.
GUIDE: FRONTIERSMAN isn?t the most straightforward
type but his Coronation Cup victory at Epsom (1m4f, gd) is
rock-solid form in the context of this Group 2 contest and it
is possible first-time cheekpieces can prevent him from
hanging in the finish this time. Poet?s Word was left with
too much to do by his rider when finishing a neck second in
the Huxley Stakes (1m2f, gd) and has strong place claims.
Wings of Desire is entitled to come on for his comeback
fifth in the Hardwicke (1m4f, gd-fm) and improve for the
fitting of first-time cheekpieces.
MAIDEN FILLIES? STAKES
�,938 (2)
6f
4.05 EBF
1 (3)
2 (11)
3 (4)
4 (5)
5 (6)
6 (13)
7 (1)
8 (9)
9 (10)
10 (12)
11 (2)
12 (7)
13 (8)
2YO
(13)
AMANDINE D Elsworth 9 0 .............................F M Berry
6
ANNA NERIUM (28) R Hannon 9 0 ................. S Levey
2
FABULOUS RED (13) (F) E Dunlop 9 0 ...........J Quinn
7
GOLD EAGLE (30) P McBride 9 0Josephine Gordon
INDICIA C Hills 9 0 ...........................................P Hanagan
LAMYA R Hannon 9 0.......................................J Crowley
20 ? MAYBRIDE (22) (F) R Fahey 9 0 .......... R L Moore
PULITZER H Palmer 9 0 ............................James Doyle
SHADOW SEEKER P D?Arcy 9 0 ..................... J Haynes
SHE?SASTORM H Spiller 9 0 ........................ S Donohoe
SPRING COSMOS C Appleby 9 0 ......................W Buick
TOOMER R Hannon 9 0 ............................Martin Harley
WILD IMPALA J Gosden 9 0 .............................A Atzeni
W-Factor: Maybride (99); Wild Impala (96);
Spring Cosmos (95).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Maybride, 3 Fabulous Red, 7 Spring Cosmos,
8 Wild Impala, 12 Anna Nerium, Pulitzer, 14 Others.
DEERE HANDICAP
�,938 (2)
5f
4.35 JOHN
(16)
1 (14) 745 MONSIEUR JOE (25) (C&D) P Midgley 10 10 0
A Kirby
2 (10) 300 POYLE VINNIE (19) (D) M Appleby 7 9 13
Raymond Dawson(7)
3 (8) 336 GO FAR (33) (D) A Bailey 7 9 12 ..........Martin Harley
4 (15) LLL- KING OF ROOKS (338) (D) H Spiller 4 9 9
S Donohoe
5 (13) 0-23 ORVAR (19) (D) R Cowell 4 9 6 ..............James Doyle
6 (6) 132 ? JUMIRA BRIDGE (19) (D) R Varian 3 9 6A Atzeni
7 (12) 526 SOIE D?LEAU (13) (C&D) Kristin Stubbs 5 9 6
T Hamilton
8 (4) 243 A MOMENTOFMADNESS (22) (D) C Hills 4 9 5
W Buick
9 (11) 844 TOMILY (6) (D) R Hannon 3 9 4 ...................... S Levey
10 (1) 358 OH SO SASSY (32) (D) C Wall 7 9 2 ...........F M Berry
11 (5) 503 SHAMSHON (6) (D,F) S C Williams 6 9 1 ...J Crowley
12 (7) 234 ICE AGE (11) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 0
Josephine Gordon
13 (9) 522 COMPAS SCOOBIE (14) R Varian 4 8 12 ... R L Moore
14 (2) 400 MONT KIARA (12) (C) K Ryan 4 8 12 .............. T Eaves
15 (16) 556 TOP BOY (12) (D) D Shaw 7 8 9 .....................F Norton
16 (3) L83 FOXY FOREVER (26) (D) M Wigham 7 8 9P Hanagan
BLINKERS: No. 13 VISOR: Nos. 3, 15 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 11, 16
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 5, 12 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Jumira Bridge (99); A Momentofmadness (94);
Soie D?leau (93).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Jumira Bridge, 5 Compas Scoobie, 8 Ice Age,
10 A Momentofmadness, Monsieur Joe, 14 Others.
SIR HENRY CECIL STAKES (LISTED)3YO
(1)
1m
(8)
5.05 �,684
GREY BRITAIN (21) J Ryan 9 6 .......................G Mosse
BEAT THE BANK (22) A Balding 9 3 ..........J Crowley
D?BAI (39) (C,D) C Appleby 9 3 .......................W Buick
FOREST RANGER (23) (D) R Fahey 9 3 ..T Hamilton
? LARCHMONT LAD (54) (F) R Hannon 9 3
R L Moore
6 (3) 8-12 RONALD R (21) (D) M Bell 9 3 .........................A Atzeni
7 (1) 1-27 SYPHAX (56) K Ryan 9 3 ................................... T Eaves
8 (4) 123 TRICORN (21) (D,F) J Gosden 9 3 .........James Doyle
CHEEK PIECES: No. 3.
W-Factor: Larchmont Lad (99); Beat The Bank (98);
D?bai (98).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Larchmont Lad, 4 Ronald R, 6 Forest Ranger,
7 Tricorn, Beat The Bank, 8 Syphax, D?bai, 14 Grey Britain.
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TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Right Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17): R L Moore 23% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2012-17):
M Johnston 22% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.25 Roland Rocks (cheek pieces), 3.00 Ultimate Avenue (tongue strap), Victory Angel (visor), 3.35
Frontiersman (cheek pieces), Wings of Desire (cheek pieces), 4.35 Ice Age (cheek pieces), Orvar (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 3.00
Ekhtiyaar(hcp), Ultimate Avenue. 4.35 A Momentofmadness(hcp), Ice Age(hcp), Jumira Bridge(hcp). DRAW: July Course - No significant
advantage. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Wisconsin (1.50) & U S Navy Flag (2.25) Ireland; Sofia?s Rock (1.50), Cardsharp (2.25), Poet?s Society
(3.00), Love Dreams (3.00) 200 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 4.35 King Of Rooks from R Hannon to H Spiller.
RACING: FRONTIERSMAN FANCIED AT NEWMARKET
FRONTIERSMAN (3.35),
who ran the race of his
life when chasing home
Highland Reel, can
show that performance
was not a fluke by
taking the Princess Of
Wales?s Stakes at
Newmarket today.
The merit of
Frontiersman?s second
behind Highland Reel
in the Coronation Cup
at Epsom, where
Hawkbill, who renews
rivalry, finished third,
was enhanced when the
winner won at Royal
Ascot. Sir Michael
Man to
show his
muscle
Stoute, successful in
the race on nine
occasions, runs Poet?s
Word. But this talented
colt needs to improve if
he is going to be a
serious player. A more
likely threat to the
selection will be Wings
Of Desire.
He will be ready after
his promising return at
Royal Ascot where he
finished fifth behind
Idaho in the Hardwicke
Stakes.
RAHEEN HOUSE (1.50)
can be given another
chance in the Bahrain
Trophy.
He found the ground
too firm at Ascot when
fourth behind Permain.
But his second behind
Shutter Speed at
Newbury in April
gives him a
chance.
SOLID CLAIMS: Frontiersman
can score at Newmarket
AFTERNOON RESULTS
CATTERICK: Good to soft
2.10?UBER COOL (Martin Harley, 5-4 fav) 1;
Ingleby Mackenzie (13-2) 2; Piedita (13-8 2nd
fav) 3. 4 ran. 1l, 41/2l. (J Chapple-Hyam). Tote:
�60; exacta: �70. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �58.
Non-runners: Second Page, Staff College.
2.45?FAITHFUL PROMISE (P J McDonald,
9-1) 1; Dyson?s Girl (6-1) 2; Reflect Alexander (3-1
fav) 3. H?cap 7 ran. nk, ns. (M Johnston). Tote:
�20; pl �90, �40. exacta: �.50. tricast:
�9.67. trifecta: �8.90. CSF: �.37. Nonrunners: Diamond Pursuit, Silca Mistress.
3.20?JUST FOR THE CRAIC (J P Sullivan,
9-2 2nd fav) 1; Kikini Bamalaam (16-1) 2; Placebo
Effect (14-1) 3. 10 ran. 3/4l, hd. (Mrs R Carr; 5-4 fav
Tie Em Up Tel). Tote: �80; pl �90, �90, �10.
exacta: �.20. trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.30.
3.55?OUR CHARLIE BROWN (J P Sullivan,
7-2) 1; Heir of Excitement (11-4 jt fav) 2;
Redrosezorro (33-1) 3. H?cap 7 ran. ns, 11/2l. (T
Easterby; 11-4 jtfav Lady In Question). Tote:
�20; pl �30, �40. exacta: �.20. trifecta:
�2.70. CSF: �.71.
4.30?ADDICTED TO YOU (A Mullen, 11-10
fav) 1; Project Bluebook (5-2 2nd fav) 2; Tenzing
Norgay (7-1) 3. H?cap 6 ran. 4l, 21/2l. (M Johnston).
Tote: �90; pl �40, �30. exacta: �20. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �78. Non-runner: Highland
Castle.
5.05?CARLOVIAN (Nathan Evans, 11-4 fav)
1; Grey Destiny (9-1) 2; Bernie?s Boy (11-2 2nd fav)
3. H?cap 11 ran. nk, hd. (M Walford). Tote: �30;
pl �50, �40, �00. exacta: �.00. tricast:
�8.30. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.41. Nonrunners: Charava, Le Laitier.
5.35?THE STALKING MOON (J Hart, 7-2
fav) 1; Cupid?s Arrow (4-1 2nd fav) 2; Tom?s Anna
(8-1) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 21/4l, 3/4l. (J J Quinn). Tote:
�30; pl �50, �60, �80. exacta: �.10. tricast: �2.66. trifecta: �1.40. CSF: �.78.
Non-runners: Captain Peaky, The Amber Fort.
6.05?CHICKENFORTEA (J Hart, 6-1) 1;
Vintage Dream (9-1) 2; Kody Ridge (5-4 fav) 3.
H?cap 7 ran. 11/4l, nk. (E Alston). Tote: �70; pl
�40, �60. exacta: �.70. tricast: �7.60.
trifecta: �9.30. CSF: �.27. Non-runners:
Bourbonisto, Red Gunner.
Placepot: �8.90. Quadpot: �.30
LINGFIELD: Good to soft
2.25?HANNINGTON (A Rawlinson, 5-2) 1; Its
A Sheila Thing (12-1) 2; Bizet (7-4 fav) 3. 4 ran.
31/4l, 21/2l. (M Appleby). Tote: �60; exacta:
�.80. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �.69.
GOSSIP FROM THE
GALLOPS
Wiltshire: Atty Persse
(1.50 Newmarket)
North: Hurricane Hollow
(4.50 Carlisle)
South: Berrahri
(8.20 Epsom Downs)
Newmarket: Tribute Act
(3.20 Doncaster)
3.00?VENETIAN PROPOSAL (K O?Neill, 8-1)
1; Ronni Layne (20-1) 2; Accomplice (14-1) 3. H?cap
10 ran. 3l, 1l. (Miss Z Davison; 7-4 fav Whatalove).
Tote: �30; pl �70, �20, �30. exacta:
�9.70. tricast: �47.16. trifecta: �28.30. CSF:
�3.92. Non-runners: Harbour Town, Permanent,
Quinquereme, Wootyhoot.
3.35?JAZZY (T Queally, 14-1) 1; Maroc (11-1)
2; Iballisticvin (5-1) 3. H?cap 8 ran. 3/4l, 4l. (M
Keighley; 9-4 fav Hearty). Tote: �.10; pl �50,
�50, �50. exacta: �2.90. tricast: �5.50.
trifecta: �8.30. CSF: �7.64. Non-runner:
Bamako Du Chatelet.
4.10?HIORNE TOWER (R Tart, 11-2) 1;
Hermarna (9-2 fav) 2; Esspeegee (14-1) 3. H?cap
12 ran. 31/4l, 13/4l. (J Best). Tote: �10; pl �80,
�90, �60. exacta: �.60. tricast: �2.08.
trifecta: �9.80. CSF: �.45. Non-runner:
Ballyfarsoon.
4.45?ONE FOR JUNE (James Doyle, 1-2 fav)
1; Spanish Star (4-1 2nd fav) 2; Arden Pearl (16-1)
3. 5 ran. 21/4l, hd. (W Haggas). Tote: �40; pl
�02, �20. exacta: �00. trifecta: �90. CSF:
�97. Non-runners: Alaskan Star, Grand
Acclaim, Take Shelter, Tranquil Soul.
5.15?FIRENZE ROSA (K Shoemark, 11-2) 1;
Terri Rules (16-1) 2; Zalshah (6-4 fav) 3. H?cap 7
ran. 31/2l, 11/4l. (J Bridger). Tote: �00; pl �50,
�70. exacta: �.00. tricast: �3.85. trifecta:
�5.60. CSF: �.51. Non-runners: Cove Beach,
Three Little Birds.
5.50?BERNARDO O?REILLY (K Shoemark,
18-1) 1; Joys Delight (7-1) 2; Glenamoy Lad (5-6
fav) 3. 8 ran. 6l, 1/2l. (Richard Spencer). Tote:
�.10; pl �20, �30, �10. exacta: �8.20.
trifecta: �7.10. CSF: �7.32.
Placepot: �,426.80. Quadpot: �.80
VITAL STATISTICS
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) S
Crisford 78% (2 wins and 5 places
from 9 runners), I Mohammed 75%
(2/1/4), M Wigham 75% (1/2/4), J Best
71% (2/3/7), R Varian 71% (7/8/21), G
Scott 67% (3/3/9), Owen Burrows 67%
(1/3/6), B Meehan 62% (4/4/13), C
Appleby 62% (4/4/13), G Margarson
YARMOUTH: Good
2.00?CHATBURN (D Tudhope, 4-6 fav) 1;
Fyre Cay (6-1) 2; Haveoneyerself (3-1 2nd fav) 3.
4 ran. nk, 23/4l. (D O?Meara). Tote: �40; exacta:
�50. trifecta: �90. CSF: �68. Non-runner:
Pranceabootthetoon.
2.35?THREE DUCHESSES (J P Spencer, 7-1)
1; Ode To Glory (16-1) 2; Millie?s Kiss (9-2 fav) 3.
H?cap 10 ran. 6l, nk. (M Bell). Tote: �60; pl �30,
�90, �70. exacta: �4.50. tricast: �6.32.
trifecta: �3.30. CSF: �8.65.
3.10?AVENUE DES CHAMPS (Josephine
Gordon, 7-2) 1; Saved By The Bell (15-8 fav) 2;
Burning Heat (11-2) 3. H?cap 5 ran. 1/2l, nk. (J
Chapple-Hyam). Tote: �80; pl �20, �60.
exacta: �.50. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �.20.
3.45?ROTHERWICK (D Probert, 15-2) 1;
Interconnection (9-2) 2; Morning Suit (9-1) 3.
H?cap 8 ran. 3/4l, nk. (P Cole; 7-2 jtfav Dubara, 7-2
jtfav First Voyage). Tote: �00; pl �20, �80,
�50. exacta: �.70. tricast: �8.92. trifecta:
�8.50. CSF: �.91.
4.20?COOL TEAM (Josephine Gordon, 6-4
fav) 1; Working Class (7-4 2nd fav) 2; Unit of
Assessment (3-1) 3. 12 ran. 1l, 13/4l. (H Palmer).
Tote: �50; pl �10, �20, �30. exacta: �90.
trifecta: �80. CSF: �25. Non-runner:
Masonic.
4.55?TURNING GOLD (M Fernandes, 4-7
fav) 1; Ice Alert (28-1) 2; Jack Nevison (15-2 2nd
fav) 3. H?cap 9 ran. 8l, 5l. (Sir M Prescott). Tote:
�50; pl �02, �20, �20. exacta: �.70. tricast: �.71. trifecta: �5.50. CSF: �.95. Nonrunner: King Oswald.
5.25?DARING GUEST (Jane Elliott, 7-2 2nd
fav) 1; Nellie?s Dancer (8-1) 2; Moi Aussie (5-2 fav)
3. H?cap 8 ran. hd, 11/4l. (G Margarson).
Placepot: �.00
Quadpot: �.90
60% (2/1/5), J Gosden 57% (5/7/21), J
Tate 56% (2/3/9), S bin Suroor 56%
(4/1/9), W Haggas 55% (7/5/22), A P
O?Brien 54% (9/10/35), Ed Walker 53%
(2/6/15), D Elsworth 50% (2/0/4).
IN-FORM JOCKEYS James Doyle 67%
(6 wins and 10 places from 24 runners), A Atzeni 63% (6/6/19), M Lane
62% (5/3/13), C Rodriguez 50%
(2/4/12), R L Moore 50% (7/5/24), R
Tart 50% (3/3/12).
57
O?Loughlin happy to
rule roost at Wigan
SPORT
RUGBY LEAGUE
By Ross Heppenstall
SEAN O?LOUGHLIN says he has no
regrets about snubbing a lucrative
move to Sydney Roosters ahead of
his milestone 400th appearance for
Wigan.
The Warriors and England captain
made his debut for his home-town
club in 2002 and has established
himself as one of the most influential
players in the Super League.
The NRL beckoned five years
ago when he spoke to the
Roosters but the 34-year-old
was persuaded to stay by head
coach Shaun Wane.
O?Loughlin, right, who will
lead Wigan in tonight?s visit
of derby rivals
Warrington, said:
?There have been a
few genuine offers
over the years where
I?ve had to sit down
and discuss it with
my family.
?Probably the
nearest was in 2012
when I spoke to the
Roosters but, when I
mentioned it to my boy, he
said, ?No chance?.
?It was also Waney?s
first year and when I
spoke to him about it he
wasn?t too happy. You
can?t be blinkered,
THE TOUR will move into the
mountains today so Marcel Kittel
made the most of the final flat stage
before Paris by winning his fifth
stage of this year?s race.
The last rider to claim five stage
victories in the first 11 days of the
Tour de France was Francois Faber
in 1909, highlighting the German
sprinter?s dominance.
The Quick-Step Floors star
powered clear of Dylan
Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo)
and Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team
Dimen Data) in the last 200 metres
in Pau to cement his position in the
Green Jersey. Britain?s Daniel
McLay was fifth with Ben Swift
1
WORLD OF
GOLF
From Bernie McGuire
you?ve always got to keep your eyes
open, especially from the financial
side of things. But we got to an
agreement and I was glad to stay.
You always wonder but I have
definitely no regrets.
?I would have liked to have
played more internationals. Some
of the injuries I?ve had kept me
out of some big games. I would
have loved to have been part
of some of the earlier
World Cups, that?s why
I?m really looking
forward to this year.?
O?Loughlin is
out of contract at
the end of the
season but is
close to agreeing
a new deal that
will see him play
on for Wigan in
2018.
Warrington are
boosted by the
return of Ben
Currie, who missed
last October?s Grand
Final defeat by Wigan with
a ruptured anterior
cruciate ligament.
TOUR DE FRANCE
ninth. ?It?s perfect at the moment,?
said Kittel. ?The race for the Green
Jersey is not over but I?ve used all
my chances that I?ve had so far.
?When you?re on your top level as
a sprinter, it?s like playing Tetris and
you?re just trying to find the gaps.?
Team Sky?s Chris Froome again
stayed out of trouble to keep the
Yellow Jersey. But the Briton could
come under attack in the Pyrenees
today in the 12th stage from Pau to
Peyragudes with Astana?s Fabio
Aru still only 18 seconds behind in
second place.
ANDREW ELLIOTT
RORY McILROY and
his new wife Erica have
embarked on the first
leg of a near 300-mile
ferry and road trip he
hopes will lead to Open
glory next week.
The McIlroys
boarded a ferry on
Monday morning from
Belfast to Cairnryan
in readiness for this
week?s Scottish Open
at Dundonald Links
near Irvine in Ayrshire.
It will be the first
time McIlroy has
contested the event
since shooting a Royal
Aberdeen course-record
64 ? and a week later he
headed south to lift the
Claret Jug at Hoylake.
McIlroy will take the
same road on Sunday
night to Royal Birkdale
seeking to capture a
second Open crown.
?It?s nice to have
the car and throw
everything in the back,
so after taking the ferry
we?re driving down to
Birkdale,? he said.
?We?re taking a bit
of a road trip after
Birkdale because
Erica already likes the
British landscape, so
after the Open I have
a day in London with
Nike and then we?re
going to the Cotswolds.?
McIlroy worked with
two putters on Monday
afternoon at Dundonald
as he tried to put right
his short game after his
Irish Open flop.
?Being out by myself
was about trying to
take ownership of it,?
he admitted. ?Having a
little bit of time on my
own will help.?
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RATINGS
0-3 Oh dear
4-6 Small beer
7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
1. Which Manchester United player scored the last ever
goal at White Hart Lane in a 2-1 defeat by Tottenham?
2. Who hit an unbeaten 134, his first List A century,
to help Sussex to a Royal London Cup victory over
Kent at Canterbury?
3. What sort of stationary vehicle caused the crash that
ended Geraint Thomas?s Giro d?Italia this year?
4. Who withdrew from the Lions tour to New Zealand
to support his brother Tom?
5. Which former boxer lit the Olympic Flame at Atlanta in
1996?
6. Who completed her set of Grand Slam titles by
winning the women?s singles at the 2012
French Open?
7. Which horse did Roger Poincelet ride to victory in the
1961 Derby?
8. Which Australian sprinter won the women?s
100metres and 200m at the 1956 Olympics?
9. Which women?s football team made a clean sweep of
the domestic trophies last season?
10. In cricket, which extra is indicated by the umpire
holding both arms out horizontally?
ANSWERS: 1 Wayne Rooney. 2 Laurie Evans. 3 Motorcycle. 4 Ben Youngs. 5 Muhammad Ali. 6 Maria Sharapova. 7 Psidium. 8 Betty Cuthbert.
9 Manchester City. 10 Wide.
By The Scout
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
58
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
FOOTBALL: DEFENDER?S FINAL CHANCE
Nmecha?s
Czech out
MANCHESTER CITY
youngster Lukas
Nmecha scored an
audacious last-gasp
winner to send
England into Sunday?s
European Under-19
Championships final.
The 18-year-old
striker?s backheeled
flick from Tottenham?s
Marcus Edwards?
injury-time cross was
enough to see off the
Czech Republic in
Georgia.
It set up a Saturday
clash with Portugal and
now England will look
for their first-ever U19s
Euro success, having
lost the 2005 final 3-1 to
France and 2-0 to
Ukraine in 2009.
It continues an
outstanding summer
for the country?s
youth sides after the
U20s won the World
Cup last month.
?The development
sides are gaining
momentum,? said
U19s boss Keith
Downing. ?The
important side is to
not just be successful
By Peter Edwards
LUKE SHAW will be
given one last chance to
salvage his Manchester
United career.
1
0
ENGLAND U19s
CZECH REP U19s
for one moment, but
through the years.
?The beauty of it
is that the England
team are now joined
up through the levels,
we have a head coach
who has worked at
that level and knows
what?s required, and
we?re optimistic it can
be sustained over a
period of time.
?All these experiences
will hopefully benefit
these players at senior
level ? if they get
there.?
England had missed
several chances against
the Czechs until
Nmecha, above, made
up for an earlier sitter
with the winner.
In the other semi,
midfielder Gedson
Fernandes scored the
only goal midway
through the first half
as Portugal beat
Holland 1-0 to reach
their third U19s final.
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?
FRANK de Boer says
Ruben Loftus-Cheek
can provide a ?quality
injection? as Crystal
Palace?s new boss looks
to reshape his squad.
The midfielder, 21, has
completed a season-long
loan deal from Chelsea
and is De Boer?s first
signing.
?Ruben?s a technical
and physical player,
so after I looked at our
squad I thought he could
be a very helpful player
and give us a quality
injection,? said De Boer.
?We?ll have to see
what?s his best position.?
Alves apology to Pep
DANI ALVES has said
sorry to Pep Guardiola
after accepting a
staggering �million
wages offer to join
Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester City
boss Guardiola was
confident of signing the
Brazilian right-back,
right, on a free from
Juventus but was
gazumped when PSG
tabled a two-year deal
worth about �0,000 a
week ? double what
By Richard Tanner
City were prepared to
pay. Alves, 34, who
played for
Guardiola at
Barcelona,
said: ?If
Pep and
Manchester
City are hurt,
I?m sorry. But
I have been able
to watch from
the outside the
tremendous growth of
PSG and it is very
exciting to be a part
of it.?
City will step up
their bid to prise
right-back
Kyle Walker
away from
Tottenham
and remain
confident
of beating
off Liverpool
for Monaco?s
Benjamin Mendy to
fill the left-back slot.
?
BRIGHTON are
being given a
helping hand by
Jurgen Klopp?s son.
Marc Klopp is hosting
Chris Hughton?s Premier
League new boys at their
training camp in Austria.
The Liverpool chief?s
28-year-old son works for
German company onside,
who organise pre-season
tours.
Klopp junior, who
played for Borussia
Dortmund before injury
cut short his career, said:
?We are making sure
they have the best prep
for the Premier League.?
***/lmx
***
CRICKET: COOK HAPPY OUT OF THE FIRING LINE
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
59
Picture: PETER CZIBORRA
Captaincy can
go to blazers
THERE was just one
moment at Lord?s last
week when Alastair
Cook said he missed
being captain ? when
watching Joe Root walk
down the stairs in his
England blazer for the
toss.
?It was just working out you
will never do that again was
the only bit,? said the former
skipper yesterday.
?Aside from that I?m happy
with my decision. I?ve done
my bit. Now I move on back to
being normal.?
?Normal? is doing Cook the
world of good seven months
on from a shelled-out press
conference in Chennai in
December following a fourth
straight loss.
Cutting a contented figure
at Trent Bridge ahead of
tomorrow?s second Investec
Test against South Africa ?
and aside from the odd
moment of sartorial jealousy ?
he says he is ?enjoying cricket?
again.
?You don?t go to bed the
night before thinking ?What
am I going to do at the toss??,?
he said. ?You?re not asking
yourself ?Have I picked the
right side? because the side is
somebody else?s. It was
different having spent three
or four years being the
focal point of decisions.
?Even selection, when
the 12 was announced for
the first Test, I forgot the
thought and effort that went
into that. I just read the side
and thought ?That?s who we?ve
got, we?re going to play two
spinners? and carried on ? just
like any other person.?
Cook may have stepped
down as captain but remains
a little more than any other
person. He is a key part of
Root?s management team,
particularly given his position
standing by his left ear at slip.
Yet at Lord?s, Cook said
there was little change.
?The conversations were no
different at first and second
slip to when I was captain and
he was my vice-captain. It was
just the other way round with
me throwing a few ideas at
him,? he said. ?You don?t take
his head and laughs. But his
By Gideon Brooks
demeanour is helped by his
offence if he doesn?t do them. second-innings 69 in difficult
You just say, ?Have you thought
conditions
last
Saturday
about doing this?? The only evening, even if it is not helped
shock was when Ben Stokes by a poor record at Nottingham
told me to move fielding where he has just one 50 and
an average of 21
positions. That
LUKE FLETCHER has
was
when
I
in 15 innings.
realised life was
been ruled out for the
Cook says he
different.
rest of the season following
remains hungry.
?He told me his horror injury.
?It?s an amazing
to swap with
The Notts seamer, who was thing what we
Jimmy
in
do
and
the
a
different struck on the head by a ball,
thought
of
position as he said: ?It?s hard but I feel
playing here on
thought Jimmy lucky to still be around.?
Friday in front
would be better
in that position. Not only did of a full house, that?s not going
I have Jimmy gloating at me to be around forever, so that?s
but Ben Stokes telling me what motivates me.?
where
to
Mark Wood is also looking
forward to this Test
move.?
after a decent return
Cook
of 4-82 against
shakes
?
Australia in his only previous
appearance at Trent Bridge.
More so given that Chris
Woakes and Jake Ball, who
have been out injured, were
back around the squad with
England yesterday.
?We have bowlers in the
wings. Chris Woakes had a
great year and it will be
interesting
to
see
what
happens when he?s back,? said
Wood.
?It brings its own pressure
for this game. I have to
perform. For once it might not
be my body that?s letting me
down, it will be form. I have to
keep these guys out.?
?Investec is the title sponsor
of Test match cricket in
England. For Out of the
Ordinary
thinking,
visit
investec.com/
cricket.
FREEDOM:
Ex-skipper
Cook likes
being just
one of the
foot soldiers
alongside
Ben Stokes
SPORT IN BRIEF
FOOTBALL
CHAMPIONS LGE?2nd qfying rnd
1st leg: Dundalk 1 Rosenborg 1.
FRIENDLIES: AFC Telford 0 Aston Villa
4, Accrington S 0 Huddersfield 1,
Kidderminster 0 Aston Villa XI 3,
Kidsgrove Ath 0 Burton Alb 5,
Livingston 0 Sunderland 3, North
Ferriby Utd 0 Leeds 2, Swansea 0
Barnet 1, Torquay 2 Bristol City 0,
Tranmere 0 Liverpool 4, Werder
Bremen 0 Wolves 1, West Brom 1
Slavia Prague 2, Young Boys 2 Stoke
2 (Stoke win 4-3 on penalties), Oxford
Utd 0 Middlesbrough 0, York 2
Scunthorpe 2, Workington 0 Carlisle
3, UCD 4 Charlton 1, Mangotsfield 1
Bristol Rovers 2.
EUROPEAN U-19 CH?SHIP?Semifinal: England 1 (Nmecha 90) Czech
Republic 0.
CRICKET
T20 BLAST - SOUTH GROUP?
Hampshire v Sussex (Hove):
Hampshire 188-3 (20 overs; J M
Vince 81). Sussex 169-7 (20 overs;
L J Wright 50). Hampshire (2pts)
beat Sussex by 19 runs.
SPECSAVERS COUNTY CH?SHIP DIV TWO?Gloucestershire v
Worcestershire (Cheltenham):
Gloucestershire 383 (102.1 overs; J
M R Taylor 143, E Barnard 4-93)
and 286-4dec. (66.4 overs; C D J
Dent 135no). Worcestershire
300-9dec. (77 overs; O B Cox 124;
K Noema-Barnett 4-31) and 155-5
(42 overs; J M Clarke 93no).
Gloucestershire (12pts) drew with
Worcestershire (11pts).
P W L D Bt Bl Pts
Notts ................ 9 5 0 4 33 27 160
Worcestershire . 9 5 2 2 30 25 145
Kent ................. 9 4 1 4 24 24 132
Northants ......... 8 5 2 1 17 21 123
Sussex ............. 8 4 3 1 19 21 109
Glamorgan ........ 9 2 5 2 17 26 85
Gloucestershire 8 2 2 4 13 19 84
Derbyshire ........ 8 1 5 2 19 22 67
Durham ............ 9 2 4 3 21 24 44
Leicestershire... 9 0 6 3 23 22 44
Deducted: Durham 48pts, Leicestershire 16.
WOMEN?S WORLD CUP
GROUP STAGE
England v New Zealand (Derby):
England 284-9 (50 overs; N R
Sciver 129, T T Beaumont 93; A C
Kerr 4-51). New Zealand 209 (46.4
overs). England (2pts) beat New
Zealand by 75 runs.
India v Australia (Bristol): India
226-7 (50 overs). Australia 227-2
(45.1 overs). Australia (2pts) beat
India by 8 wickets.
Sri Lanka v South Africa
(Taunton): Sri Lanka 101 (40.3
overs). South Africa 104-2 (23.1
overs). South Africa (2pts) beat Sri
Lanka by 8 wickets.
P
England .......... 6
Australia ......... 6
South Africa ... 6
India ............... 6
New Zealand... 6
West Indies .... 6
Sri Lanka ........ 6
Pakistan ......... 6
W
5
5
4
4
3
2
0
0
L
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
6
T NR Pts R/R
0 0 10 1.22
0 0 10 0.97
0 1 9 1.72
0 0 8 0.15
0 1 7 1.39
0 0 4 -1.51
0 0 0 -1.37
0 0 0 -2.28
CYCLING
TOUR DE FRANCE (Eymet - Pau
- 203.5km)?Stage 11: 1 M Kittel
(Ger) Quick-Step Floors 4hrs 34mins
27secs, 2 D Groenewegen (Ned)
Team LottoNl-Jumbo, 3 E Boasson
Hagen (Nor) Dimension Data all at
same time. Overall: 1 C Froome (GB)
Team Sky 47hrs 01mins 55secs, 2 F
Aru (Ita) Astana Pro Team at 18secs,
3 R Bardet (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale at
51secs, 4 R Uran (Col) CannondaleDrapac at 55secs, 5 J Fuglsang (Den)
Astana Pro Team at 01min 37secs.
Selected: 6 D Martin (Irl) Quick-Step
Floors at 01min 44secs, 7 S Yates
(GB) Orica-Scott at 02mins 02secs.
RUGBY LEAGUE
STATE OF ORIGIN: Queensland 22
New South Wales 6.
SPEEDWAY
SGB PREMIERSHIP: Poole 44 King?s
Lynn 49.
SGB CHAMPIONSHIP: Ipswich 52
Sheffield 38.
TODAY?S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
Friendly Match: Sydney FC v Arsenal
(10.30am), G Mahia v Everton (3pm).
UEFA Europa League 2nd Q?fying
Rnd 1st Leg: Aberdeen v Siroki Brijeg,
Shamrock Rovers v Mlada Boleslav
(8pm), Cork City v AEK Larnaca.
CRICKET
T20 Blast - South Group (6.15):
Essex v Somerset (Chelmsford, 7pm),
Gloucestershire v Kent (Cheltenham,
2.30pm), Middlesex v Surrey (Lord?s).
CYCLING
Tour de France Stage 12
GOLF
Scottish Open (Dundonald Links).
USPGA John Deere Classic (TPC
Deere Run, Illinois).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League (8pm): Wigan
v Warrington.
NAT TRICK:
Sciver made her
second century
of the World Cup
Sciver steers
England to a
spot in semis
NATALIE SCIVER hit
her second century of
the Women?s World
Cup as England
stormed into the
semi-finals with a game
to spare.
Sciver?s 129, plus 93
from fourth-wicket
partner Tammy
Beaumont, helped the
hosts to a 75-run win
over New Zealand at
Derby.
England had
recovered from 52-3 to
set a target of 285 and
once New Zealand
captain Suzie Bates
was out for 44 and Amy
Satterthwaite for 35,
the result was never in
doubt.
Three wickets from
left-arm spinner Alex
Hartley helped seal the
win, as New Zealand
were bowled out for
209 despite a defiant,
unbeaten 43 from
Katie Perkins.
England
move to the
top of the
table, above
Australia on
run-rate,
before their
final group
match
against West
Indies in
Bristol on
Saturday.
Captain Heather
Knight said: ?We were
really under pressure
and it was hard work,
so I am really pleased
how the girls went
about it to secure that
semi-final spot.
?We have got one
group game to go now
on Saturday, so we
would love to continue
the winning habit at
Bristol and will try to
play the best team we
can.?
Australia, after an
eight-wicket win over
India, and South
Africa, who beat Sri
Lanka after bowling
their opponents out
for 101, are also
guaranteed places in
the semi-finals.
New Zealand must
now beat India, again
at Derby, to join them
in the last four.
After winning the
toss, England lost
opener Lauren Winfield
early for 11. Sarah
Taylor and Knight
made just eight apiece
to leave England
struggling but
Beaumont and Sciver,
who had scored a
century against
Pakistan, steadied the
innings.
Their stand of 170
included Sciver
clipping a leg-stump
yorker deftly through
her legs for two ? a shot
quickly christened the
?Natmeg? ? as the pair
lifted England to 222
before Beaumont, who
had earlier seen a
delivery from Leigh
Kasperek clip leg
stump without
dislodging the bail,
was dismissed by
16-year-old leg-spinner
Amelia Kerr.
Beaumont?s
contribution ended
from 102 balls, which
included 10
fours and a
six, before
Sciver
brought up
her century
off 92
deliveries.
She finally
fell to Kerr in
the 47th over
and left to a
standing ovation.
England made an
early breakthrough,
Rachel Priest bowled
by Anya Shrubsole for
12, and restricted New
Zealand to just 36 from
their first 10 overs,
before Satterthwaite
and Bates gave the
innings some
momentum.
Bates was stumped
off Hartley for 44, with
Satterthwaite caught
and bowled by Laura
Marsh to leave New
Zealand at 99-3 and
the game had turned
back in England?s
favour.
When Perkins ran
out Kerr without the
youngster facing a ball,
New Zealand were on
the brink at 170-8 and
England?s victory was
soon wrapped up
when Holly Huddleston
was lbw for 0 to
Hartley, who finished
with 3-44.
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
61
FOUR AT SW19 BEGAN TWO YEARS AGO IN THE EASTBOURNE GLOOM
A miracle
for Magda
turned up heat
Main pictures: GERRY PENNY and LINDSEY PARNABY
to change so I need to
continue to evolve.?
However
determined
Konta is to ?keep it real?,
there have been a few
unusual challenges to her
equanimity this fortnight.
Among the messages of
goodwill was one from her
favourite band U2. ?We?d
love
to
see
you
in
Twickenham
on
Middle
Sunday but heard you?re
busy...congratulations and
good luck!? they tweeted.
?I have not been that
active on social media but I
did see that and I did reply,?
she grinned. ?And there was
a
massively
fan-girly
moment. It was pretty
intense at home.
?I may have shrieked and
giggled and run around in
circles for a couple of minutes
? but I played it pretty cool
after! I think when U2 tweet
you, you know that your life
is pretty much made!?
Fifteen thousand people
were glued to Konta?s epic
quarter-final battle; they
and thousands more on
Henman Hill will be following
today?s semi-final against
Venus
Williams.
Mum
Gabriella, though, will not
be among them.
?My mum doesn?t really
watch,? said Konta. ?She
gets very nervous so she is
never in the stadium. She is
always watching on TV or a
screen somewhere.
?You will have to ask the
people who sit next to my
dad what he is like. I
expect he is probably
always trying to
crack a joke. He?s
a champ!?
By Saturday
there is a
possibility
that could
run
in
t h e
family.
V
WORLD RANKING
SEED
26
AGE
5ft 11in
HEIGHT
3 WTA SINGLES TITLES
307/180
WIN/LOSS
�944,871
PRIZE MONEY
Semi-?nal (2017) WIMBLEDON BEST
HEAD-TO-HEAD:
2017 Rome (clay) Williams 6-1, 3-6, 6-1
2017 Miami (hard) Konta 6-4, 7-5
2016 Stanford (hard) Konta 7-5, 5-7, 6-2
Men?s Singles Qtr-finals: (24) S
Querrey (USA) bt (1) A Murray (Gbr)
3-6 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-1 6-1, (7) M
Cilic (Cro) bt (16) G Muller (Lux) 3-6
7-6 (8-6) 7-5 5-7 6-1, (3) R Federer
(Swi) bt (6) M Raonic (Can) 6-4 6-2
7-6 (7-4), (11) T Berdych (Cze) bt (2)
N Djokovic (Ser) 7-6 (7-2) 2-0 ret.
Men?s Doubles Qtr-finals: (1) H
Kontinen (Fin) & J Peers (Aus) bt
(10) R Harrison (USA) & M Venus
(Nzl) 6-4 6-7 (5-7) 6-7 (4-7) 7-6
(9-7) 6-1, (4) L Kubot (Pol) & M
Melo (Bra) bt K Skupski (Gbr) & N
Skupski (Gbr) 7-6 (13-11) 6-4 6-4,
N Mektic (Cro) & F Skugor (Cro) bt H
Podlipnik-Castillo (Chi) & A Vasilevski
(Blr) 6-7 (8-10) 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 7-5.
Women?s Doubles Qtr-finals: (9) H
Chan (Tpe) & M Niculescu (Rom) bt
C Cartan Bellis (USA) & M
Vondrousova (Cze) 6-3 6-4, M
Ninomiya (Jpn) & R Voracova (Cze)
bt S Kuznetsova (Rus) & K Mladenovic
(Fra) 6-4 6-4, (12) A Groenefeld
(Ger) & K Peschke (Cze) bt (3) Y
Chan (Tpe) & M Hingis (Swi) 6-4 3-6
6-4, (2) E Makarova (Rus) & E
Vesnina (Rus) bt (8) A Barty (Aus) &
C Dellacqua (Aus) 6-4 4-6 6-4.
Mixed Doubles 3rd rnd: K Skupski
(Gbr) & J Rae (Gbr) bt (12) M Mirnyi
(Blr) & E Makarova (Rus) 5-7 6-4
9-7, M Demoliner (Bra) & M Jose
Martinez Sanchez (Spa) bt J Peers
(Aus) & S Lisicki (Ger) 6-4 3-6 7-5, M
Pavic (Cro) & L Kichenok (Ukr) bt (9)
J Sebastian Cabal (Col) & A Spears
(USA) 7-6 (7-5) 5-7 6-3, (10) R
Bopanna (Ind) & G Dabrowski (Can)
bt N Mektic (Cro) & A Konjuh (Cro)
7-6 (7-5) 6-2, H Kontinen (Fin) & H
Watson (Gbr) bt (4) I Dodig (Cro) & S
VENUS WILLIAMS
11
10
37
6ft 1in
49
757/215
By Nigel Clarke
knee and wrist surgery.
?I?m so grateful and
lucky my health is good
now,? she said. ?Before I
was always having issues;
now at last I can think
about my game and
practise without pain.
I?m no longer afraid to
be on the court.
?This is something I?ve
been dreaming about
since I was a little kid. I
feel miracles do happen.?
Rybarikova is the only
unseeded player in the
last four while Spanish
baseline bully Muguruza
reached the final two
years ago, where she lost
to Serena Williams.
RESULTS
THE TALE OF THE TAPE
JOHANNA KONTA
7
6
THERE were times just
eight months ago when
Magdalena Rybarikova
feared she might never
hit a tennis ball again.
She was limping from
a problem knee and
sometimes cradling a
wrist in a sling.
Today the 28-year-old
Slovakian, world-ranked
No 87, faces Spain?s
Garbine Muguruza for a
place in the final.
It surprises her still,
and she said: ?Last year
it was very difficult for
me. I felt sometimes
that maybe I would
never make a comeback.
Now, here I am in a
Grand Slam semi-final.?
Rybarikova, above, had
NEXT HURDLE:
Venus Williams
will present a
formidable
challenge
�,398,942
Winner (2000, ?01, ?05, ?07, ?08)
2016 Australian Open (hard) Konta 6-4, 6-2
2015 Wuhan (hard) Williams 6-4, 3-6, 7-5
ON HER WAY:
Konta, left,
beat Muguruza
during her run
at Eastbourne
in 2015
Mirza (Ind) 7-6 (7-4) 6-4, A
Begemann (Ger) & N Melichar (USA)
bt (11) D Nestor (Can) & A Klepac
(Slo) 6-3 6-7 (4-7) 7-5, (2) B Soares
(Bra) & E Vesnina (Rus) bt (15) M
Venus (Nzl) & B Krejcikova (Cze)
6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-2.
Boys Singles 2nd rnd: F Forti (Ita) bt
H Stewart (Gbr) 7-5 7-5, A McHugh
(Gbr) bt (6) M Miladinovic (Ser) 6-0
7-6 (7-4), G Loffhagen (Gbr) bt (9) R
Molleker (Ger) 6-4 6-4.
Boys Doubles 1st rnd: S Korda
(USA) & N Mejia (Col) bt J Molloy
(Gbr) & B Smith (Gbr) 6-3 6-4, (3) J
Rodionov (Aut) & M Vrbensky (Cze)
bt J Draper (Gbr) & G Loffhagen
(Gbr) 7-6 (9-7) 6-3, F Bass (Gbr) & A
McHugh (Gbr) bt (8) S Baez (Arg) & J
Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi (Arg) 6-3
6-1, (6) A Ayeni (USA) & T Bryde
(USA) bt H Stewart (Gbr) & D West
(Gbr) 6-3 6-4.
Girls Singles 3rd rnd: (2) W
Osuigwe (USA) bt K Swan (Gbr) 6-4
2-6 6-1.
Girls Doubles 1st rnd: (1) C
Branstine (Can) & M Kostyuk (Ukr)
bt M Budin (Gbr) & E Maloney (Gbr)
6-2 6-1, (8) E Arango (Col) & E
Douglas (USA) bt H Fischer (Gbr) & E
Raducanu (Gbr) 7-5 6-3, (4) C
McNally (USA) & W Osuigwe (USA)
bt E Appleton (Gbr) & J Anna
Burrage (Gbr) 4-6 6-4 6-3, (5) X Yu
Wang (Chn) & X Wang (Chn) bt A
Collins (Gbr) & F Jones (Gbr) 7-5
7-5, (3) K Day (USA) & K Swan (Gbr)
bt M Jain (Ind) & M Yadav (Ind) 6-1
6-1, M J P Ramirez (USA) & S
Sewing (USA) bt E Adeshina (Gbr) &
G Heath (Gbr) 6-4 7-5.
ORDER OF PLAY
younger version of herself
the 37-year-old is in terms
of experience. That is an
important card and one that
Williams makes no apology
for as she takes on a player
today making her
Wimbledon semi-final
debut.
?Experience
helps, for sure,?
she added. ?For a
lot of the players
I?ve played, it?s
their first time in the
third round or the
quarter-finals, whichever.
So I have an opportunity to
bank on experience in having
dealt with those sorts of
pressures before.? It is not just
Konta, but British women in
general who are not used to
getting this far in the
tournament.
Virginia Wade, below, was
the last in 1978 and she
found that age worked
against her, although
she admits Williams
is made of
different stuff.
?I played my last
match when I was
40 and by then I
had lost some of
my motivation,? she said.
?Venus is different, she is
much more singular. I liked to
be a little extravagant while she
can really get focused into a
match because she is that
kind of person. It was not
quite such an ambition
for me ? with her you
sense it is.
?She is a great player
and at 37 she still looks
good. But I believe it is
not beyond Konta to
beat her. It will be
difficult but she can
do it.
?I don?t think Venus
will choke, so I think
Konta will have to
win the match, but
I think it?s
absolutely on
the cards.?
MATTHEW DUNN
My mum
can?t watch
? she gets
very nervous
All courts 11am start except Centre
and No1 (1pm) and Courts 2 and 3
(11.30am).
Centre Court: (14) G Muguruza
(Spa) v M Rybarikova (Svk), (10) V
Williams (USA) v (6) J Konta (GB),
(1) J Murray (GB) & M Hingis (Swi) v
K Skupski (GB) & J Rae (GB).
Court 1: (1) H Kontinen (Fin) & J
Peers (Aus) v (4) L Kubot (Pol) & M
Melo (Bra), A Begemann (Ger) & N
Melichar (USA) v (2) B Soares (Bra)
& E Vesnina (Rus), C Black (Zim) &
M Navratilova (USA) v A Jaeger
(USA) & C Martinez (Spa).
Court 2: L Hewitt (Aus) & M
Philippoussis (Aus) v (1) J Baker
(GB) & C Fleming (GB), N Mektic
(Cro) & F Skugor (Cro) v (16) O
Marach (Aut) & M Pavic (Cro), (2) A
Castle (GB) & M Chang (USA) v J
Eltingh (Ned) & P Haarhuis (Ned), M
Demoliner (Bra) & M Martinez
Sanchez (Spa) v M Pavic (Cro) & L
Kichenok (Ukr).
Court 3: P McEnroe (USA) & J
Tarango (USA) v H Leconte (Fra) & C
Pioline (Fra), (1) J Bates (GB) & C
Wilkinson (GB) v W Ferreira (SA) & G
Ivanisevic (Cro), A Clement (Fra) &
M Llodra (Fra) v G Rusedski (GB) & F
Santoro (Fra).
Court 4: (14) S Sewing (USA) v S
Waltert (Swi), (6) C Branstine (Can)
v (3) C Liu (USA), (7) A Anshba
(Rus) & E Rybakina (Rus) v M Portillo
Ramirez (USA) & S Sewing (USA), Z
Desai (Ind) & L Sun (Swi) v (2) T
Johnson (USA) & C Liu (USA).
Court 5: M Bellalouna (Tun) v (2) Y
Wu (Chn), S Lansere (Rus) v (2) W
Osuigwe (USA), (1) Z Piros (Hun) &
Y Wu (Chn) v S Korda (USA) & N
Mejia (Col), (4) C McNally (USA) &
W Osuigwe (USA) v M Osorio
Serrano (Col) & T Pedretti (Bra).
Court 7: M Vrbensky (Cze) v C
Bittoun Kouzmine (Fra), S Carr (Irl) &
A Rotsaert (USA) v O Styler (Cze) & A
Zakharov (Rus), V Apisah (Png) & A
Brune Olsen (Nor) v (6) M Hontama
(Jpn) & Y Naito (Jpn), (1) C Branstine
(Can) & M Kostyuk (Ukr) v Y In-Albon
(Swi) & S Waltert (Swi), V Deminova
(Rus) & A Kharitonova (Rus) v (8) E
Arango (Col) & E Douglas (USA).
Court 8: M Martineau (Fra) v A
McHugh (GB), (1) C Moutet (Fra) v F
Forti (Ita), T Horie (Jpn) & Y Shimizu
(Jpn) v L Dussin (Fra) & H Gaston
(Fra), F Forti (Ita) & M Frinzi (Ita) v
(2) A Geller (Arg) & Y Hsu (Tpe).
Court 9: N Tajima (Jpn) v A Geller
(Arg), (8) A Davidovich Fokina (Spa)
v (10) O Crawford (USA), (5) X Wang
(Chn) & X Wang (Chn) v O Danilovic
(Ser) & K Juvan (Slo), (6) A Ayeni
(USA) & T Bryde (USA) v M
Efstathiou (Cyp) & R Nijboer (Ned).
Court 12: P Kypson (USA) v G
Loffhagen (GB), T Enqvist (Swe) & T
Johansson (Swe) v F Gonzalez (Chi)
& S Grosjean (Fra), F Bass (GB) & A
McHugh (GB) v A Fenty (USA) & Y
Oliel (Isr), (3) J Rodionov (Aut) & M
Vrbensky (Cze) v V Kirkov (USA) & D
Thomas (USA), (2) M Bartoli (Fra) &
I Majoli (Cro) v L Davenport (USA) &
M Fernandez (USA).
Court 18: (1) K Day (USA) v A Li
(USA), (11) J Rodionov (Aut) v B Ellis
(Aus), J Niemeier (Ger) & D Vismane
(Lat) v (3) K Day (USA) & K Swan
(GB), C Bittoun Kouzmine (Fra) & U
Park (Kor) v B Ellis (Aus) & M
Martineau (Fra).
Not assigned: (10) R Bopanna
(Ind) & G Dabrowski (Can) v H
Kontinen (Fin) & H Watson (GB), T
Woodbridge (Aus) & M Woodforde
(Aus) v R Krajicek (Ned) & M
Petchey (GB), J Gimelstob (USA) & R
Hutchins (GB) v (2) M Ancic (Cro) &
J Delgado (GB).
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CENTRE COURT
Milos RAONIC (6)
4 2 6
Roger FEDERER (3)
6 6 7
SET APART: Classy Federer celebrates his victory
chop rivals
down to size
ROGER FEDERER
believes he is still a
David up against the
big-hitting Goliaths left
at Wimbledon this year.
The Swiss legend has
watched as all the
other big names have
fallen by the wayside.
Seven-time
champion Federer is
now firm favourite to
win. But after a
consummate 6-4, 6-2,
7-6 victory over Milos
Raonic, below, on
Centre Court
yesterday, Federer
insisted all the players
left were bigger than
him and hit harder ? so
he was going to have to
use all his wiles to win
the title he last lifted in
2012.
Federer, who faces
Tomas Berdych in
his semi-final
tomorrow
while the
other match
sees Sam
Querrey meet
Marin Cilic,
said: ?Being
the favourite or
not doesn?t matter.
These other guys are
all big hitters. They?ve
got big serves and big
forehands. All three
guys are taller and
stronger.
?I?ve got to figure out
a different way, carve
my way through the
draw somehow with my
slice and my spins, my
consistency maybe.?
Opponent Berdych is
6ft 5in while Querrey is
6ft 6in and Cilic also
6ft 6in. Federer is a
mere 6ft 1in.
Federer has not
dropped a set in
cruising to the last
four, and in fact has not
dropped one in his past
10 matches on grass.
But with Andy
Murray succumbing
to a hip problem
yesterday and Novak
Djokovic retiring with
By Tony Banks
an elbow injury to
make it 10 retirements
through injury in the
men?s draw this year,
Federer admitted that
his decision to take the
whole of the clay-court
season off ? a whole 10
weeks ? was a good one.
He said: ?I?m much
better prepared for
Wimbledon this year
than last. I?m playing
very well. I?m rested.
I?m fresh. I?m confident
too. That is when great
things happen.
Confidence is huge.
?You wish all the
others well, as a rival
and a friend. You want
them to be healthy
again. I?m surprised
to see them going out.
But the other guys
are playing well.
?Once you hit
30, you?ve got
to look back
and think,
?How much
tennis have I
played, how
much rest did I
give my body over
the years, how much
training have I done,
did I do enough, did I
overdo it or not
enough??
?For me, it worked
out. It doesn?t mean it?s
going to work out for
everybody. But
sometimes the body
and the mind do need a
rest. You just want to
take that decision early
enough or see it coming
and anticipate.
?You can only play
with a certain injury for
a certain amount of
time. What you don?t
want happening is that
it becomes chronic.
Then even surgery
can?t help you.?
Federer was never
really in trouble against
Raonic, a player who
beat him in five sets in
the semis last year.
SAM QUERREY was
dishing out sane advice
to the whole nation
barely an hour after
serving up the massive
ace which finally released
Andy Murray?s hold on
the Wimbledon trophy.
?He?s won the tournament
before,? he pointed out to glum
inquisitors and their inquest on
a British defeat rather than
toasting an American victory.
?It would be different if
you hadn?t had a champion in
80 years and he lost. I don?t feel
like I just ruined the hopes of
every British person out there
? everyone needs to take a little
chill pill. It?s fine!?
Yes, of course it is. Because
these days we?ve still got Jo
Konta to cheer for. The king is
dead, long live the queen? With
euphoria still swilling around
SW19 after that thrilling
quarter-final win over Simona
Halep, it meant on balance
Murray?s exit could be met
with the appropriate sadness
rather than frustration.
On paper, a defeat against
the world No28 is the worst
result he has ever suffered at
Wimbledon, surpassing his
2006 reversal against No19
David Nalbandian.
But there were so
many extenuating
circumstances and
Murray
refused
to be bowed,
right
up
to
the penultimate
point.
The rally before
that final Querrey match-point
missile, Murray had sprinted
from side to side before flicking
an unstoppable cross-court
Matthew
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forehand out of his opponent?s
reach. It was the final defiant
act of a champion in his death
throes.
He winced with pain
at the effort that cried,
?enough is enough!?
Murray?s
brave
defence needed to
be put out of its
misery and at least
the end was swift,
118mph
to
be
precise.
For the first time
ever he was not the last
Briton to leave the party and
he will be at home with his
family
when
the
nation unites again
today
to
watch
Centre Court action,
for once without
him featuring. ?I
hope Jo goes on
to
win
the
tournament,?
Murray
said
gallantly. ?She?s certainly got a
fantastic chance. I saw quite a
lot of the match yesterday and
she played extremely well
under a lot of pressure. If she
keeps playing like that, there?s
no reason why she can?t do it.?
Actually, there was no reason
why ? even with the hip injury
? Murray could not have done
it too yesterday.
It seems churlish to
suggest it given he left
everything on the
court, but a bit more
care at the end of the
second
set
and
Murray could have
been back in the
locker room by the
time the pain became
too much to bear.
Querrey came out like a
rabbit in the headlights,
losing the first seven
points,
getting
broken
and
seemingly unable
to find his range.
Having lost the
first
set,
spectators
audibly tutted
as he doublefaulted on his
way to another
break in the second,
clearly wanting to see more
fight from the American.
Careful what you wish for,
Centre Court.
It may have been the first
pangs of real pain affecting
the natural flow of his strokemaking, but Murray started to
falter. He was broken and, more
surprisingly, broken again as
Querrey levelled the match.
Almost out of frustration,
Murray broke immediately in
the third, but again he failed
?Everyone
needs to take a
little chill pill?
when serving for the set. This
time, he had a tie-break to
rescue him and his best point of
the match, retrieving two
potential
Querrey
winners
before the affronted 6ft 6in
giant dumped a simple smash
into the net.
Certainly there was no sign
of the capitulation about to
come. Just two games in the
remaining 14, Murray shuffled
increasingly
uncomfortably
from end to end with no answer
to the barrage of fiery first
serves Querrey was now able to
produce. ?I had chances in the
first three sets,? Murray
said later. ?The
second set,
when I
was up
4-3 and
then got
broken
t w i c e ,
obviously
turned out to
be
quite
an
important part of
the match.
?I did manage to win
the third so maybe I could
have got the match done in
three sets had I closed out the
second after getting the break.
?But Sam served extremely
well at the end. He loosened up,
was going for his shots and there
was nothing much I could do.
?I wasn?t getting enough
power on my serve to put him in
any bother, he was dictating all
of the points. I was close-ish.
?I got through five matches
but the end was tough. But you
know, I wasn?t far away...?
Djokovic may have
No1 COURT
Tomas BERDYCH (11)
7 2
Novak DJOKOVIC (2)
6 0
NOVAK DJOKOVIC
looks set to take a
six-month break from
tennis after his elbow
problem dramatically
forced him out of
Wimbledon last night.
The former world
No1 and three-time
Wimbledon champion
HARD LUCK: Berdych
consoles Djokovic
after he quit their match
By Tony Banks
was a set and 2-0 down
against Tomas Berdych
when he shocked
No1 Court by suddenly
walking to the net and
signalling his match
was over.
Djokovic could now
miss the US Open,
several Masters events
and possibly even the
end-of-season ATP
finals, which means
his ranking will
plummet. He became
the 10th player in the
men?s tournament at
Wimbledon this year to
retire injured, and the
Serb said: ?Now I may
miss half a year.
?A break is something
that I?ll have to
consider. I?m going to
talk with specialists to
try to figure out what?s
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TITLE DEFENCE FINALLY RUNS OUT OF STEAM IN QUARTER-FINALS
CILIC: Tough battle
Cilic all
the rage
to dump
Muller
A NET FINISH:
Murray shakes
hands with his
conqueror
Querrey, above,
and considers
his thoughts,
top left, as his
crown slips
away, watched
by his wife
Kim, right
By Tony Banks
CENTRE COURT
THE NAME OF
THE PAIN:
The agony is
etched on
Murray?s face
as the Briton
struggles to
overcome his
hip injury and
a resilient
opponent, left
Andy MURRAY (1)
6 4 7 1 1
Sam QUERREY (24)
3 6 6 6 6
I?m ready to take a break
FROM BACK PAGE
my family ? that?s what I?ll
do immediately,? he said.
?But then tomorrow it?s
back to work. No time to
waste there.
?I will sit down with my
team and discuss the best
plan moving forward. That
starts tomorrow with the
best medical advice
possible. If it means taking
a few weeks? rest, then
so be it. This year has
obviously been frustrating
at times. It has not been
the easiest. But
obviously I?ll want
to come back
and try to
compete for
the majors.
?I don?t
think anyone
has ever stayed
at No1 their
whole career. It
always comes to an
end.? Even though his
tournament was over,
Murray and his coach Ivan
Lendl, left, refused
to allay fears
over the
severity of
the problem,
maintaining
a cloak of
secrecy to
the bitter
end.
Murray added:
?I?m not going to
go into all the details of
exactly
what
my hip
issues
are. I?ve
been dealing with it for a
very long time during my
career.
?Obviously as you get
older things are a bit
tougher to manage than
they are when you?re
younger. There?s a bit more
wear and tear there. And
that?s it.?
to give sport the elbow for rest of year
the best way to solve it.
Short term, it?s
probably rest that is
most appropriate.
?I haven?t felt this
much pain since I?ve
had this injury. It?s not
a good sign.?
Djokovic had
complained about
Wimbledon not putting
him on court on
Monday night when he
had waited all day to
play, only to have to
wait until Tuesday
because of the Rafael
Nadal marathon.
That may have given
him a day off and his
injury longer to recover,
but he again hit out at
the scheduling.
He added: ?The fact
that I played yesterday
didn?t help at all. I
spent two and a half
hours today on the
table trying to do
everything I possibly
could to make myself
fit. But it wasn?t to be.?
Djokovic had the
trainer on twice on
Tuesday during his
straight-sets win over
Adrian Mannarino.
He added: ?It?s the
elbow that has been
bothering me for over
a year and a half. It?s
unfortunate that I had
to finish Wimbledon
this way. I tried to get it
in the condition where I
was able to play.
?I was able to play for
30 minutes with pain
that was bearable. But
all the treatments and
medication couldn?t
help.
?The intensity and
level of pain were not
decreasing. They were
only increasing as the
days went by. Today
was the worst day. I
didn?t consider not
starting. I always like
to give it a shot.?
With Andy Murray
also struggling with a
hip problem coming
into Wimbledon,
Djokovic added: ?We
both had a very long,
tough year, a lot of
matches. Our bodies
have taken a lot
MARIN CILIC admitted
he had to get himself
pumped up and angry
to get past Gilles Muller
and book a semi-final
slot against Sam
Querrey.
The big Croatian had
a battle to overcome
Muller, the conqueror of
Rafa Nadal, but he
eventually came
through 3-6, 7-6, 7-5, 5-7,
6-1 in a gruelling
three-and-a-half-hour
contest.
But Cilic revealed it
was not until he started
getting angry that he
finally got his game
going against the
serve-and-volley
specialist.
Cilic, who plays
Querrey tomorrow, said:
?I believe in continuing
with aggressive tennis.
It was important to be
mentally fresh and
believe in my abilities,
even though I didn?t
start so well. But I was
focused, even after
dropping that first set.?
Cilic, who had
reached three
successive quarter-finals
at Wimbledon before
finally breaking the
barrier yesterday,
started horribly but
then regained control of
the match, only to allow
his opponent back in.
Muller denied that his
four-hour-48 minute
epic against Nadal on
Monday had impacted
on his performance, but
he seemed to run out of
steam in the final set.
He said: ?What was
very tough was the
beginning of the fifth
set. He played a
phenomenal game to
break me.?
The last time Cilic
met Querrey in 2012 the
match lasted five hours,
31 minutes, Cilic
winning 17-15 in the
final set ? the secondlongest match in
Wimbledon history.
physically. As an
athlete, at a certain
stage of your career
you?re going to face
these things. Injuries
are part of
this sport.
Tennis is
getting very
physical. At
Gilles MULLER (16)
the end of
the day,
we?re all
Marin CILIC (7)
humans.?
No1 COURT
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3 7 7 5 6
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KONTA HAS COME IN FROM COLD TO
ENJOY FANS? WARM EMBRACE P60-61
PAIN
SINKING FAST:
Andy Murray was
in agony with
his hip injury
yesterday while,
below left,
Novak Djokovic
was forced to
retire from his
quarter-final with
an elbow problem
GAME
Murray so proud of ?ghting spirit as
he and Djokovic crash out in agony
ANDY MURRAY insisted he was
proud of himself for playing
through the pain barrier after his
hip injury caused his Wimbledon
defence to crumble.
The shock 3-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1 victory
for Sam Querrey took two hours and 42
minutes on Centre Court as Murray hobbled
between points in the final two sets.
?It?s
disappointing
to
lose
at
Wimbledon,? he said. ?There?s obviously an
By Matthew Dunn
opportunity there, so I?m sad that it?s over.
But the whole tournament I have been a
bit sore.
?I tried my best, though, right to the end.
I gave everything I had and I?m proud
about that.?
There was a further surprise when Novak
Djokovic retired with an elbow injury after
losing the first set of his quarter-final
against Tomas Berdych and the Serb now
fears he will miss the rest of 2017.
That means Murray keeps his
world No1 spot for the time
being at least ? and also ushers
Roger Federer ever closer to an
eighth Wimbledon title after his
straight-sets
demolition
of
Milos Raonic yesterday set up
a last-four meeting with
Berdych.
Murray, meanwhile, is
more focused on adding
to his tally of three
Grand Slam wins and
will have earnest talks
with his team about
how to move forward,
with a break before
the US Open very
much on the cards.
?Now I?ll go home
and spend time with
TURN TO P63, COL 3
Ozil ready to show staying power
MESUT OZIL wants to stay at
Arsenal and is ready to open talks
over a new deal.
Ozil, who is entering the final year
of his contract, claims negotiations
will resume when the club return
from their pre-season tour of
Australia.
The German star, right, who is
demanding wages of �0,000 a week,
insists he would rather stay than
seek a move. ?It is definitely my
By Paul Brown
preference to stay, it is such a great
club and I have always said I feel
very good at Arsenal,? said Ozil.
?Once everyone is back in London
we will sit down and discuss the
future.
?For now, the most important
thing is our pre-season and getting
through the tour, training and
getting fit.? But Ozil admits it would
be a major blow to the Gunners if
Manchester City target Alexis
Sanchez were to leave. ?It would hit
the team quite hard and be a setback
to winning the title,? he said.
Olivier Giroud is also considering
his Arsenal future. Asked if leaving
was an option, Giroud, who is
wanted by Everton, West Ham and
Marseille, said: ?It is. But I?m an
Arsenal player for the moment
so I try to be professional.?
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SPRING COSMOS C Appleby 9 0 ......................W Buick
TOOMER R Hannon 9 0 ............................Martin Harley
WILD IMPALA J Gosden 9 0 .............................A Atzeni
W-Factor: Maybride (99); Wild Impala (96);
Spring Cosmos (95).
SP FORECAST: 9-4 Maybride, 3 Fabulous Red, 7 Spring Cosmos,
8 Wild Impala, 12 Anna Nerium, Pulitzer, 14 Others.
DEERE HANDICAP
�,938 (2)
5f
4.35 JOHN
(16)
1 (14) 745 MONSIEUR JOE (25) (C&D) P Midgley 10 10 0
A Kirby
2 (10) 300 POYLE VINNIE (19) (D) M Appleby 7 9 13
Raymond Dawson(7)
3 (8) 336 GO FAR (33) (D) A Bailey 7 9 12 ..........Martin Harley
4 (15) LLL- KING OF ROOKS (338) (D) H Spiller 4 9 9
S Donohoe
5 (13) 0-23 ORVAR (19) (D) R Cowell 4 9 6 ..............James Doyle
6 (6) 132 ? JUMIRA BRIDGE (19) (D) R Varian 3 9 6A Atzeni
7 (12) 526 SOIE D?LEAU (13) (C&D) Kristin Stubbs 5 9 6
T Hamilton
8 (4) 243 A MOMENTOFMADNESS (22) (D) C Hills 4 9 5
W Buick
9 (11) 844 TOMILY (6) (D) R Hannon 3 9 4 ...................... S Levey
10 (1) 358 OH SO SASSY (32) (D) C Wall 7 9 2 ...........F M Berry
11 (5) 503 SHAMSHON (6) (D,F) S C Williams 6 9 1 ...J Crowley
12 (7) 234 ICE AGE (11) Eve J-Houghton 4 9 0
Josephine Gordon
13 (9) 522 COMPAS SCOOBIE (14) R Varian 4 8 12 ... R L Moore
14 (2) 400 MONT KIARA (12) (C) K Ryan 4 8 12 .............. T Eaves
15 (16) 556 TOP BOY (12) (D) D Shaw 7 8 9 .....................F Norton
16 (3) L83 FOXY FOREVER (26) (D) M Wigham 7 8 9P Hanagan
BLINKERS: No. 13 VISOR: Nos. 3, 15 TONGUE STRAP: Nos. 11, 16
CHEEK PIECES: Nos. 2, 5, 12 HOOD: No. 8.
W-Factor: Jumira Bridge (99); A Momentofmadness (94);
Soie D?leau (93).
SP FORECAST: 7-2 Jumira Bridge, 5 Compas Scoobie, 8 Ice Age,
10 A Momentofmadness, Monsieur Joe, 14 Others.
SIR HENRY CECIL STAKES (LISTED)3YO
(1)
1m
(8)
5.05 �,684
GREY BRITAIN (21) J Ryan 9 6 .......................G Mosse
BEAT THE BANK (22) A Balding 9 3 ..........J Crowley
D?BAI (39) (C,D) C Appleby 9 3 .......................W Buick
FOREST RANGER (23) (D) R Fahey 9 3 ..T Hamilton
? LARCHMONT LAD (54) (F) R Hannon 9 3
R L Moore
6 (3) 8-12 RONALD R (21) (D) M Bell 9 3 .........................A Atzeni
7 (1) 1-27 SYPHAX (56) K Ryan 9 3 ................................... T Eaves
8 (4) 123 TRICORN (21) (D,F) J Gosden 9 3 .........James Doyle
CHEEK PIECES: No. 3.
W-Factor: Larchmont Lad (99); Beat The Bank (98);
D?bai (98).
SP FORECAST: 5-2 Larchmont Lad, 4 Ronald R, 6 Forest Ranger,
7 Tricorn, Beat The Bank, 8 Syphax, D?bai, 14 Grey Britain.
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2
3
4
5
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110
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592
TRACK FACTS: GOING: Good. Right Handed. TOP TRACK JOCKEY (2012-17): R L Moore 23% Strike rate. TOP TRACK TRAINER (2012-17):
M Johnston 22% Strike rate. FIRST TIME: 2.25 Roland Rocks (cheek pieces), 3.00 Ultimate Avenue (tongue strap), Victory Angel (visor), 3.35
Frontiersman (cheek pieces), Wings of Desire (cheek pieces), 4.35 Ice Age (cheek pieces), Orvar (cheek pieces). BEATEN FAVOURITES: 3.00
Ekhtiyaar(hcp), Ultimate Avenue. 4.35 A Momentofmadness(hcp), Ice Age(hcp), Jumira Bridge(hcp). DRAW: July Course - No significant
advantage. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Wisconsin (1.50) & U S Navy Flag (2.25) Ireland; Sofia?s Rock (1.50), Cardsharp (2.25), Poet?s Society
(3.00), Love Dreams (3.00) 200 miles. STABLE SWITCH: 4.35 King Of Rooks from R Hannon to H Spiller.
RACING: FRONTIERSMAN FANCIED AT NEWMARKET
FRONTIERSMAN (3.35),
who ran the race of his
life when chasing home
Highland Reel, can
show that performance
was not a fluke by
taking the Princess Of
Wales?s Stakes at
Newmarket today.
The merit of
Frontiersman?s second
behind Highland Reel
in the Coronation Cup
at Epsom, where
Hawkbill, who renews
rivalry, finished third,
was enhanced when the
winner won at Royal
Ascot. Sir Michael
Man to
show his
muscle
Stoute, successful in
the race on nine
occasions, runs Poet?s
Word. But this talented
colt needs to improve if
he is going to be a
serious player. A more
likely threat to the
selection will be Wings
Of Desire.
He will be ready after
his promising return at
Royal Ascot where he
finished fifth behind
Idaho in the Hardwicke
Stakes.
RAHEEN HOUSE (1.50)
can be given another
chance in the Bahrain
Trophy.
He found the ground
too firm at Ascot when
fourth behind Permain.
But his second behind
Shutter Speed at
Newbury in April
gives him a
chance.
SOLID CLAIMS: Frontiersman
can score at Newmarket
AFTERNOON RESULTS
CATTERICK: Good to soft
2.10?UBER COOL (Martin Harley, 5-4 fav) 1;
Ingleby Mackenzie (13-2) 2; Piedita (13-8 2nd
fav) 3. 4 ran. 1l, 41/2l. (J Chapple-Hyam). Tote:
�60; exacta: �70. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �58.
Non-runners: Second Page, Staff College.
2.45?FAITHFUL PROMISE (P J McDonald,
9-1) 1; Dyson?s Girl (6-1) 2; Reflect Alexander (3-1
fav) 3. H?cap 7 ran. nk, ns. (M Johnston). Tote:
�20; pl �90, �40. exacta: �.50. tricast:
�9.67. trifecta: �8.90. CSF: �.37. Nonrunners: Diamond Pursuit, Silca Mistress.
3.20?JUST FOR THE CRAIC (J P Sullivan,
9-2 2nd fav) 1; Kikini Bamalaam (16-1) 2; Placebo
Effect (14-1) 3. 10 ran. 3/4l, hd. (Mrs R Carr; 5-4 fav
Tie Em Up Tel). Tote: �80; pl �90, �90, �10.
exacta: �.20. trifecta: �7.90. CSF: �.30.
3.55?OUR CHARLIE BROWN (J P Sullivan,
7-2) 1; Heir of Excitement (11-4 jt fav) 2;
Redrosezorro (33-1) 3. H?cap 7 ran. ns, 11/2l. (T
Easterby; 11-4 jtfav Lady In Question). Tote:
�20; pl �30, �40. exacta: �.20. trifecta:
�2.70. CSF: �.71.
4.30?ADDICTED TO YOU (A Mullen, 11-10
fav) 1; Project Bluebook (5-2 2nd fav) 2; Tenzing
Norgay (7-1) 3. H?cap 6 ran. 4l, 21/2l. (M Johnston).
Tote: �90; pl �40, �30. exacta: �20. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �78. Non-runner: Highland
Castle.
5.05?CARLOVIAN (Nathan Evans, 11-4 fav)
1; Grey Destiny (9-1) 2; Bernie?s Boy (11-2 2nd fav)
3. H?cap 11 ran. nk, hd. (M Walford). Tote: �30;
pl �50, �40, �00. exacta: �.00. tricast:
�8.30. trifecta: �.80. CSF: �.41. Nonrunners: Charava, Le Laitier.
5.35?THE STALKING MOON (J Hart, 7-2
fav) 1; Cupid?s Arrow (4-1 2nd fav) 2; Tom?s Anna
(8-1) 3. H?cap 11 ran. 21/4l, 3/4l. (J J Quinn). Tote:
�30; pl �50, �60, �80. exacta: �.10. tricast: �2.66. trifecta: �1.40. CSF: �.78.
Non-runners: Captain Peaky, The Amber Fort.
6.05?CHICKENFORTEA (J Hart, 6-1) 1;
Vintage Dream (9-1) 2; Kody Ridge (5-4 fav) 3.
H?cap 7 ran. 11/4l, nk. (E Alston). Tote: �70; pl
�40, �60. exacta: �.70. tricast: �7.60.
trifecta: �9.30. CSF: �.27. Non-runners:
Bourbonisto, Red Gunner.
Placepot: �8.90. Quadpot: �.30
LINGFIELD: Good to soft
2.25?HANNINGTON (A Rawlinson, 5-2) 1; Its
A Sheila Thing (12-1) 2; Bizet (7-4 fav) 3. 4 ran.
31/4l, 21/2l. (M Appleby). Tote: �60; exacta:
�.80. trifecta: �.20. CSF: �.69.
GOSSIP FROM THE
GALLOPS
Wiltshire: Atty Persse
(1.50 Newmarket)
North: Hurricane Hollow
(4.50 Carlisle)
South: Berrahri
(8.20 Epsom Downs)
Newmarket: Tribute Act
(3.20 Doncaster)
3.00?VENETIAN PROPOSAL (K O?Neill, 8-1)
1; Ronni Layne (20-1) 2; Accomplice (14-1) 3. H?cap
10 ran. 3l, 1l. (Miss Z Davison; 7-4 fav Whatalove).
Tote: �30; pl �70, �20, �30. exacta:
�9.70. tricast: �47.16. trifecta: �28.30. CSF:
�3.92. Non-runners: Harbour Town, Permanent,
Quinquereme, Wootyhoot.
3.35?JAZZY (T Queally, 14-1) 1; Maroc (11-1)
2; Iballisticvin (5-1) 3. H?cap 8 ran. 3/4l, 4l. (M
Keighley; 9-4 fav Hearty). Tote: �.10; pl �50,
�50, �50. exacta: �2.90. tricast: �5.50.
trifecta: �8.30. CSF: �7.64. Non-runner:
Bamako Du Chatelet.
4.10?HIORNE TOWER (R Tart, 11-2) 1;
Hermarna (9-2 fav) 2; Esspeegee (14-1) 3. H?cap
12 ran. 31/4l, 13/4l. (J Best). Tote: �10; pl �80,
�90, �60. exacta: �.60. tricast: �2.08.
trifecta: �9.80. CSF: �.45. Non-runner:
Ballyfarsoon.
4.45?ONE FOR JUNE (James Doyle, 1-2 fav)
1; Spanish Star (4-1 2nd fav) 2; Arden Pearl (16-1)
3. 5 ran. 21/4l, hd. (W Haggas). Tote: �40; pl
�02, �20. exacta: �00. trifecta: �90. CSF:
�97. Non-runners: Alaskan Star, Grand
Acclaim, Take Shelter, Tranquil Soul.
5.15?FIRENZE ROSA (K Shoemark, 11-2) 1;
Terri Rules (16-1) 2; Zalshah (6-4 fav) 3. H?cap 7
ran. 31/2l, 11/4l. (J Bridger). Tote: �00; pl �50,
�70. exacta: �.00. tricast: �3.85. trifecta:
�5.60. CSF: �.51. Non-runners: Cove Beach,
Three Little Birds.
5.50?BERNARDO O?REILLY (K Shoemark,
18-1) 1; Joys Delight (7-1) 2; Glenamoy Lad (5-6
fav) 3. 8 ran. 6l, 1/2l. (Richard Spencer). Tote:
�.10; pl �20, �30, �10. exacta: �8.20.
trifecta: �7.10. CSF: �7.32.
Placepot: �,426.80. Quadpot: �.80
VITAL STATISTICS
IN-FORM TRAINERS (last 10 days) S
Crisford 78% (2 wins and 5 places
from 9 runners), I Mohammed 75%
(2/1/4), M Wigham 75% (1/2/4), J Best
71% (2/3/7), R Varian 71% (7/8/21), G
Scott 67% (3/3/9), Owen Burrows 67%
(1/3/6), B Meehan 62% (4/4/13), C
Appleby 62% (4/4/13), G Margarson
YARMOUTH: Good
2.00?CHATBURN (D Tudhope, 4-6 fav) 1;
Fyre Cay (6-1) 2; Haveoneyerself (3-1 2nd fav) 3.
4 ran. nk, 23/4l. (D O?Meara). Tote: �40; exacta:
�50. trifecta: �90. CSF: �68. Non-runner:
Pranceabootthetoon.
2.35?THREE DUCHESSES (J P Spencer, 7-1)
1; Ode To Glory (16-1) 2; Millie?s Kiss (9-2 fav) 3.
H?cap 10 ran. 6l, nk. (M Bell). Tote: �60; pl �30,
�90, �70. exacta: �4.50. tricast: �6.32.
trifecta: �3.30. CSF: �8.65.
3.10?AVENUE DES CHAMPS (Josephine
Gordon, 7-2) 1; Saved By The Bell (15-8 fav) 2;
Burning Heat (11-2) 3. H?cap 5 ran. 1/2l, nk. (J
Chapple-Hyam). Tote: �80; pl �20, �60.
exacta: �.50. trifecta: �.70. CSF: �.20.
3.45?ROTHERWICK (D Probert, 15-2) 1;
Interconnection (9-2) 2; Morning Suit (9-1) 3.
H?cap 8 ran. 3/4l, nk. (P Cole; 7-2 jtfav Dubara, 7-2
jtfav First Voyage). Tote: �00; pl �20, �80,
�50. exacta: �.70. tricast: �8.92. trifecta:
�8.50. CSF: �.91.
4.20?COOL TEAM (Josephine Gordon, 6-4
fav) 1; Working Class (7-4 2nd fav) 2; Unit of
Assessment (3-1) 3. 12 ran. 1l, 13/4l. (H Palmer).
Tote: �50; pl �10, �20, �30. exacta: �90.
trifecta: �80. CSF: �25. Non-runner:
Masonic.
4.55?TURNING GOLD (M Fernandes, 4-7
fav) 1; Ice Alert (28-1) 2; Jack Nevison (15-2 2nd
fav) 3. H?cap 9 ran. 8l, 5l. (Sir M Prescott). Tote:
�50; pl �02, �20, �20. exacta: �.70. tricast: �.71. trifecta: �5.50. CSF: �.95. Nonrunner: King Oswald.
5.25?DARING GUEST (Jane Elliott, 7-2 2nd
fav) 1; Nellie?s Dancer (8-1) 2; Moi Aussie (5-2 fav)
3. H?cap 8 ran. hd, 11/4l. (G Margarson).
Placepot: �.00
Quadpot: �.90
60% (2/1/5), J Gosden 57% (5/7/21), J
Tate 56% (2/3/9), S bin Suroor 56%
(4/1/9), W Haggas 55% (7/5/22), A P
O?Brien 54% (9/10/35), Ed Walker 53%
(2/6/15), D Elsworth 50% (2/0/4).
IN-FORM JOCKEYS James Doyle 67%
(6 wins and 10 places from 24 runners), A Atzeni 63% (6/6/19), M Lane
62% (5/3/13), C Rodriguez 50%
(2/4/12), R L Moore 50% (7/5/24), R
Tart 50% (3/3/12).
57
O?Loughlin happy to
rule roost at Wigan
SPORT
RUGBY LEAGUE
By Ross Heppenstall
SEAN O?LOUGHLIN says he has no
regrets about snubbing a lucrative
move to Sydney Roosters ahead of
his milestone 400th appearance for
Wigan.
The Warriors and England captain
made his debut for his home-town
club in 2002 and has established
himself as one of the most influential
players in the Super League.
The NRL beckoned five years
ago when he spoke to the
Roosters but the 34-year-old
was persuaded to stay by head
coach Shaun Wane.
O?Loughlin, right, who will
lead Wigan in tonight?s visit
of derby rivals
Warrington, said:
?There have been a
few genuine offers
over the years where
I?ve had to sit down
and discuss it with
my family.
?Probably the
nearest was in 2012
when I spoke to the
Roosters but, when I
mentioned it to my boy, he
said, ?No chance?.
?It was also Waney?s
first year and when I
spoke to him about it he
wasn?t too happy. You
can?t be blinkered,
THE TOUR will move into the
mountains today so Marcel Kittel
made the most of the final flat stage
before Paris by winning his fifth
stage of this year?s race.
The last rider to claim five stage
victories in the first 11 days of the
Tour de France was Francois Faber
in 1909, highlighting the German
sprinter?s dominance.
The Quick-Step Floors star
powered clear of Dylan
Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo)
and Edvald Boasson Hagen (Team
Dimen Data) in the last 200 metres
in Pau to cement his position in the
Green Jersey. Britain?s Daniel
McLay was fifth with Ben Swift
1
WORLD OF
GOLF
From Bernie McGuire
you?ve always got to keep your eyes
open, especially from the financial
side of things. But we got to an
agreement and I was glad to stay.
You always wonder but I have
definitely no regrets.
?I would have liked to have
played more internationals. Some
of the injuries I?ve had kept me
out of some big games. I would
have loved to have been part
of some of the earlier
World Cups, that?s why
I?m really looking
forward to this year.?
O?Loughlin is
out of contract at
the end of the
season but is
close to agreeing
a new deal that
will see him play
on for Wigan in
2018.
Warrington are
boosted by the
return of Ben
Currie, who missed
last October?s Grand
Final defeat by Wigan with
a ruptured anterior
cruciate ligament.
TOUR DE FRANCE
ninth. ?It?s perfect at the moment,?
said Kittel. ?The race for the Green
Jersey is not over but I?ve used all
my chances that I?ve had so far.
?When you?re on your top level as
a sprinter, it?s like playing Tetris and
you?re just trying to find the gaps.?
Team Sky?s Chris Froome again
stayed out of trouble to keep the
Yellow Jersey. But the Briton could
come under attack in the Pyrenees
today in the 12th stage from Pau to
Peyragudes with Astana?s Fabio
Aru still only 18 seconds behind in
second place.
ANDREW ELLIOTT
RORY McILROY and
his new wife Erica have
embarked on the first
leg of a near 300-mile
ferry and road trip he
hopes will lead to Open
glory next week.
The McIlroys
boarded a ferry on
Monday morning from
Belfast to Cairnryan
in readiness for this
week?s Scottish Open
at Dundonald Links
near Irvine in Ayrshire.
It will be the first
time McIlroy has
contested the event
since shooting a Royal
Aberdeen course-record
64 ? and a week later he
headed south to lift the
Claret Jug at Hoylake.
McIlroy will take the
same road on Sunday
night to Royal Birkdale
seeking to capture a
second Open crown.
?It?s nice to have
the car and throw
everything in the back,
so after taking the ferry
we?re driving down to
Birkdale,? he said.
?We?re taking a bit
of a road trip after
Birkdale because
Erica already likes the
British landscape, so
after the Open I have
a day in London with
Nike and then we?re
going to the Cotswolds.?
McIlroy worked with
two putters on Monday
afternoon at Dundonald
as he tried to put right
his short game after his
Irish Open flop.
?Being out by myself
was about trying to
take ownership of it,?
he admitted. ?Having a
little bit of time on my
own will help.?
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RATINGS
0-3 Oh dear
4-6 Small beer
7-9 So near
10 Sporting seer
1. Which Manchester United player scored the last ever
goal at White Hart Lane in a 2-1 defeat by Tottenham?
2. Who hit an unbeaten 134, his first List A century,
to help Sussex to a Royal London Cup victory over
Kent at Canterbury?
3. What sort of stationary vehicle caused the crash that
ended Geraint Thomas?s Giro d?Italia this year?
4. Who withdrew from the Lions tour to New Zealand
to support his brother Tom?
5. Which former boxer lit the Olympic Flame at Atlanta in
1996?
6. Who completed her set of Grand Slam titles by
winning the women?s singles at the 2012
French Open?
7. Which horse did Roger Poincelet ride to victory in the
1961 Derby?
8. Which Australian sprinter won the women?s
100metres and 200m at the 1956 Olympics?
9. Which women?s football team made a clean sweep of
the domestic trophies last season?
10. In cricket, which extra is indicated by the umpire
holding both arms out horizontally?
ANSWERS: 1 Wayne Rooney. 2 Laurie Evans. 3 Motorcycle. 4 Ben Youngs. 5 Muhammad Ali. 6 Maria Sharapova. 7 Psidium. 8 Betty Cuthbert.
9 Manchester City. 10 Wide.
By The Scout
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
58
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
FOOTBALL: DEFENDER?S FINAL CHANCE
Nmecha?s
Czech out
MANCHESTER CITY
youngster Lukas
Nmecha scored an
audacious last-gasp
winner to send
England into Sunday?s
European Under-19
Championships final.
The 18-year-old
striker?s backheeled
flick from Tottenham?s
Marcus Edwards?
injury-time cross was
enough to see off the
Czech Republic in
Georgia.
It set up a Saturday
clash with Portugal and
now England will look
for their first-ever U19s
Euro success, having
lost the 2005 final 3-1 to
France and 2-0 to
Ukraine in 2009.
It continues an
outstanding summer
for the country?s
youth sides after the
U20s won the World
Cup last month.
?The development
sides are gaining
momentum,? said
U19s boss Keith
Downing. ?The
important side is to
not just be successful
By Peter Edwards
LUKE SHAW will be
given one last chance to
salvage his Manchester
United career.
1
0
ENGLAND U19s
CZECH REP U19s
for one moment, but
through the years.
?The beauty of it
is that the England
team are now joined
up through the levels,
we have a head coach
who has worked at
that level and knows
what?s required, and
we?re optimistic it can
be sustained over a
period of time.
?All these experiences
will hopefully benefit
these players at senior
level ? if they get
there.?
England had missed
several chances against
the Czechs until
Nmecha, above, made
up for an earlier sitter
with the winner.
In the other semi,
midfielder Gedson
Fernandes scored the
only goal midway
through the first half
as Portugal beat
Holland 1-0 to reach
their third U19s final.
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The defender has endured a
nightmare since joining United
in a �million deal from
Southampton in 2014.
Shaw appeared to have the
world at his feet back then as
he became the most expensive
teenager in British football.
His move to United was
completed while he was at the
World Cup in Brazil with the
England squad and his parents
celebrated with bottles of
champagne in a hotel on
Copacabana beach.
But it all went horribly flat
for Shaw once the club season
began as he went on to suffer
a catalogue of injuries and a
loss of confidence.
Former United boss Louis
van Gaal criticised his fitness
and made him train alone
during United?s pre-season
tour of America.
He even handed the leftback a personal training
schedule and ordered him to
sort himself out once and for
all.
But Shaw?s problems went
from bad to worse just over 12
months later when he suffered
an horrific double leg break in
a Champions League game in
Holland. He missed the rest of
the campaign and struggled
with niggling problems and
illnesses
last
season. It led to
Jose Mourinho
criticising him
on more than
one
occasion
and
put
his
United future in
serious doubt.
Mourinho
questioned his
attitude,
his
positioning
and his basic
understanding
of the game and
following a 1-1
draw at Everton
in April, claimed
it had been ?his
body with my
brain? that had
allowed him to
impress as a
substitute.
But with Shaw
now close to
fitness after ankle ligament
damage suffered in April,
Mourinho is keeping his
fingers crossed he can finally
put his problems behind him.
Unlike Adnan Januzaj, who
has run out of chances and
joined Real Sociedad in a
�8m deal, Shaw has gone to
America for United?s preseason tour and been training
alone at the UCLA facilities in
Los Angeles this week. He is
not expected to figure in any
games ? United kick off their
ON THE GO: Shaw
has joined up with
United?s touring
party in America
It?s make
or break
for Shaw
International Champions Cup
campaign on Saturday against
LA Galaxy ? but has targeted
the first league fixture
against West Ham.
It is understood
Mourinho has been
impressed with Shaw?s
approach to pre-season and
determination to take on
board his demands. Having
decided not to cut his losses
and sell Shaw, who was 22
HIS MASTER?S VOICE: Shaw
gets some Mourinho advice
yesterday, Mourinho is willing
to give him another chance to
establish himself.
While Shaw?s pre-season
has been going smoothly, it is
not so for his club, who have
got into a row with Real Madrid
over training facilities.
There has been bad blood
between them since David De
Gea?s move to Real collapsed
in 2014 and they have carried
their feud into this summer?s
pre-season tournament.
The United squad are staying
in the Montage Hotel, while
Real have decided to stay in
the Chateaux Marmont on
Sunset Boulevard.
Both clubs are also using
the facilities at UCLA and will
be training less than 200 yards
apart on separate pitches.
Tournament organisers are
stunned that two of football?s
biggest clubs are rowing over
hotels and training pitches.
The situation has been called
?embarrassing? as the clubs
look to gain an advantage
in preparations.
It will guarantee
a
poisonous
atmosphere when
Mourinho comes
up against his
old club in Santa
Clara on July 23.
The two sides
are set for another
clash in August in
the Super Cup final.
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FRANK de Boer says
Ruben Loftus-Cheek
can provide a ?quality
injection? as Crystal
Palace?s new boss looks
to reshape his squad.
The midfielder, 21, has
completed a season-long
loan deal from Chelsea
and is De Boer?s first
signing.
?Ruben?s a technical
and physical player,
so after I looked at our
squad I thought he could
be a very helpful player
and give us a quality
injection,? said De Boer.
?We?ll have to see
what?s his best position.?
Alves apology to Pep
DANI ALVES has said
sorry to Pep Guardiola
after accepting a
staggering �million
wages offer to join
Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester City
boss Guardiola was
confident of signing the
Brazilian right-back,
right, on a free from
Juventus but was
gazumped when PSG
tabled a two-year deal
worth about �0,000 a
week ? double what
By Richard Tanner
City were prepared to
pay. Alves, 34, who
played for
Guardiola at
Barcelona,
said: ?If
Pep and
Manchester
City are hurt,
I?m sorry. But
I have been able
to watch from
the outside the
tremendous growth of
PSG and it is very
exciting to be a part
of it.?
City will step up
their bid to prise
right-back
Kyle Walker
away from
Tottenham
and remain
confident
of beating
off Liverpool
for Monaco?s
Benjamin Mendy to
fill the left-back slot.
?
BRIGHTON are
being given a
helping hand by
Jurgen Klopp?s son.
Marc Klopp is hosting
Chris Hughton?s Premier
League new boys at their
training camp in Austria.
The Liverpool chief?s
28-year-old son works for
German company onside,
who organise pre-season
tours.
Klopp junior, who
played for Borussia
Dortmund before injury
cut short his career, said:
?We are making sure
they have the best prep
for the Premier League.?
***/lmx
***
CRICKET: COOK HAPPY OUT OF THE FIRING LINE
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
59
Picture: PETER CZIBORRA
Captaincy can
go to blazers
THERE was just one
moment at Lord?s last
week when Alastair
Cook said he missed
being captain ? when
watching Joe Root walk
down the stairs in his
England blazer for the
toss.
?It was just working out you
will never do that again was
the only bit,? said the former
skipper yesterday.
?Aside from that I?m happy
with my decision. I?ve done
my bit. Now I move on back to
being normal.?
?Normal? is doing Cook the
world of good seven months
on from a shelled-out press
conference in Chennai in
December following a fourth
straight loss.
Cutting a contented figure
at Trent Bridge ahead of
tomorrow?s second Investec
Test against South Africa ?
and aside from the odd
moment of sartorial jealousy ?
he says he is ?enjoying cricket?
again.
?You don?t go to bed the
night before thinking ?What
am I going to do at the toss??,?
he said. ?You?re not asking
yourself ?Have I picked the
right side? because the side is
somebody else?s. It was
different having spent three
or four years being the
focal point of decisions.
?Even selection, when
the 12 was announced for
the first Test, I forgot the
thought and effort that went
into that. I just read the side
and thought ?That?s who we?ve
got, we?re going to play two
spinners? and carried on ? just
like any other person.?
Cook may have stepped
down as captain but remains
a little more than any other
person. He is a key part of
Root?s management team,
particularly given his position
standing by his left ear at slip.
Yet at Lord?s, Cook said
there was little change.
?The conversations were no
different at first and second
slip to when I was captain and
he was my vice-captain. It was
just the other way round with
me throwing a few ideas at
him,? he said. ?You don?t take
his head and laughs. But his
By Gideon Brooks
demeanour is helped by his
offence if he doesn?t do them. second-innings 69 in difficult
You just say, ?Have you thought
conditions
last
Saturday
about doing this?? The only evening, even if it is not helped
shock was when Ben Stokes by a poor record at Nottingham
told me to move fielding where he has just one 50 and
an average of 21
positions. That
LUKE FLETCHER has
was
when
I
in 15 innings.
realised life was
been ruled out for the
Cook says he
different.
rest of the season following
remains hungry.
?He told me his horror injury.
?It?s an amazing
to swap with
The Notts seamer, who was thing what we
Jimmy
in
do
and
the
a
different struck on the head by a ball,
thought
of
position as he said: ?It?s hard but I feel
playing here on
thought Jimmy lucky to still be around.?
Friday in front
would be better
in that position. Not only did of a full house, that?s not going
I have Jimmy gloating at me to be around forever, so that?s
but Ben Stokes telling me what motivates me.?
where
to
Mark Wood is also looking
forward to this Test
move.?
after a decent return
Cook
of 4-82 against
shakes
?
Australia in his only previous
appearance at Trent Bridge.
More so given that Chris
Woakes and Jake Ball, who
have been out injured, were
back around the squad with
England yesterday.
?We have bowlers in the
wings. Chris Woakes had a
great year and it will be
interesting
to
see
what
happens when he?s back,? said
Wood.
?It brings its own pressure
for this game. I have to
perform. For once it might not
be my body that?s letting me
down, it will be form. I have to
keep these guys out.?
?Investec is the title sponsor
of Test match cricket in
England. For Out of the
Ordinary
thinking,
visit
investec.com/
cricket.
FREEDOM:
Ex-skipper
Cook likes
being just
one of the
foot soldiers
alongside
Ben Stokes
SPORT IN BRIEF
FOOTBALL
CHAMPIONS LGE?2nd qfying rnd
1st leg: Dundalk 1 Rosenborg 1.
FRIENDLIES: AFC Telford 0 Aston Villa
4, Accrington S 0 Huddersfield 1,
Kidderminster 0 Aston Villa XI 3,
Kidsgrove Ath 0 Burton Alb 5,
Livingston 0 Sunderland 3, North
Ferriby Utd 0 Leeds 2, Swansea 0
Barnet 1, Torquay 2 Bristol City 0,
Tranmere 0 Liverpool 4, Werder
Bremen 0 Wolves 1, West Brom 1
Slavia Prague 2, Young Boys 2 Stoke
2 (Stoke win 4-3 on penalties), Oxford
Utd 0 Middlesbrough 0, York 2
Scunthorpe 2, Workington 0 Carlisle
3, UCD 4 Charlton 1, Mangotsfield 1
Bristol Rovers 2.
EUROPEAN U-19 CH?SHIP?Semifinal: England 1 (Nmecha 90) Czech
Republic 0.
CRICKET
T20 BLAST - SOUTH GROUP?
Hampshire v Sussex (Hove):
Hampshire 188-3 (20 overs; J M
Vince 81). Sussex 169-7 (20 overs;
L J Wright 50). Hampshire (2pts)
beat Sussex by 19 runs.
SPECSAVERS COUNTY CH?SHIP DIV TWO?Gloucestershire v
Worcestershire (Cheltenham):
Gloucestershire 383 (102.1 overs; J
M R Taylor 143, E Barnard 4-93)
and 286-4dec. (66.4 overs; C D J
Dent 135no). Worcestershire
300-9dec. (77 overs; O B Cox 124;
K Noema-Barnett 4-31) and 155-5
(42 overs; J M Clarke 93no).
Gloucestershire (12pts) drew with
Worcestershire (11pts).
P W L D Bt Bl Pts
Notts ................ 9 5 0 4 33 27 160
Worcestershire . 9 5 2 2 30 25 145
Kent ................. 9 4 1 4 24 24 132
Northants ......... 8 5 2 1 17 21 123
Sussex ............. 8 4 3 1 19 21 109
Glamorgan ........ 9 2 5 2 17 26 85
Gloucestershire 8 2 2 4 13 19 84
Derbyshire ........ 8 1 5 2 19 22 67
Durham ............ 9 2 4 3 21 24 44
Leicestershire... 9 0 6 3 23 22 44
Deducted: Durham 48pts, Leicestershire 16.
WOMEN?S WORLD CUP
GROUP STAGE
England v New Zealand (Derby):
England 284-9 (50 overs; N R
Sciver 129, T T Beaumont 93; A C
Kerr 4-51). New Zealand 209 (46.4
overs). England (2pts) beat New
Zealand by 75 runs.
India v Australia (Bristol): India
226-7 (50 overs). Australia 227-2
(45.1 overs). Australia (2pts) beat
India by 8 wickets.
Sri Lanka v South Africa
(Taunton): Sri Lanka 101 (40.3
overs). South Africa 104-2 (23.1
overs). South Africa (2pts) beat Sri
Lanka by 8 wickets.
P
England .......... 6
Australia ......... 6
South Africa ... 6
India ............... 6
New Zealand... 6
West Indies .... 6
Sri Lanka ........ 6
Pakistan ......... 6
W
5
5
4
4
3
2
0
0
L
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
6
T NR Pts R/R
0 0 10 1.22
0 0 10 0.97
0 1 9 1.72
0 0 8 0.15
0 1 7 1.39
0 0 4 -1.51
0 0 0 -1.37
0 0 0 -2.28
CYCLING
TOUR DE FRANCE (Eymet - Pau
- 203.5km)?Stage 11: 1 M Kittel
(Ger) Quick-Step Floors 4hrs 34mins
27secs, 2 D Groenewegen (Ned)
Team LottoNl-Jumbo, 3 E Boasson
Hagen (Nor) Dimension Data all at
same time. Overall: 1 C Froome (GB)
Team Sky 47hrs 01mins 55secs, 2 F
Aru (Ita) Astana Pro Team at 18secs,
3 R Bardet (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale at
51secs, 4 R Uran (Col) CannondaleDrapac at 55secs, 5 J Fuglsang (Den)
Astana Pro Team at 01min 37secs.
Selected: 6 D Martin (Irl) Quick-Step
Floors at 01min 44secs, 7 S Yates
(GB) Orica-Scott at 02mins 02secs.
RUGBY LEAGUE
STATE OF ORIGIN: Queensland 22
New South Wales 6.
SPEEDWAY
SGB PREMIERSHIP: Poole 44 King?s
Lynn 49.
SGB CHAMPIONSHIP: Ipswich 52
Sheffield 38.
TODAY?S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
Friendly Match: Sydney FC v Arsenal
(10.30am), G Mahia v Everton (3pm).
UEFA Europa League 2nd Q?fying
Rnd 1st Leg: Aberdeen v Siroki Brijeg,
Shamrock Rovers v Mlada Boleslav
(8pm), Cork City v AEK Larnaca.
CRICKET
T20 Blast - South Group (6.15):
Essex v Somerset (Chelmsford, 7pm),
Gloucestershire v Kent (Cheltenham,
2.30pm), Middlesex v Surrey (Lord?s).
CYCLING
Tour de France Stage 12
GOLF
Scottish Open (Dundonald Links).
USPGA John Deere Classic (TPC
Deere Run, Illinois).
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League (8pm): Wigan
v Warrington.
NAT TRICK:
Sciver made her
second century
of the World Cup
Sciver steers
England to a
spot in semis
NATALIE SCIVER hit
her second century of
the Women?s World
Cup as England
stormed into the
semi-finals with a game
to spare.
Sciver?s 129, plus 93
from fourth-wicket
partner Tammy
Beaumont, helped the
hosts to a 75-run win
over New Zealand at
Derby.
England had
recovered from 52-3 to
set a target of 285 and
once New Zealand
captain Suzie Bates
was out for 44 and Amy
Satterthwaite for 35,
the result was never in
doubt.
Three wickets from
left-arm spinner Alex
Hartley helped seal the
win, as New Zealand
were bowled out for
209 despite a defiant,
unbeaten 43 from
Katie Perkins.
England
move to the
top of the
table, above
Australia on
run-rate,
before their
final group
match
against West
Indies in
Bristol on
Saturday.
Captain Heather
Knight said: ?We were
really under pressure
and it was hard work,
so I am really pleased
how the girls went
about it to secure that
semi-final spot.
?We have got one
group game to go now
on Saturday, so we
would love to continue
the winning habit at
Bristol and will try to
play the best team we
can.?
Australia, after an
eight-wicket win over
India, and South
Africa, who beat Sri
Lanka after bowling
their opponents out
for 101, are also
guaranteed places in
the semi-finals.
New Zealand must
now beat India, again
at Derby, to join them
in the last four.
After winning the
toss, England lost
opener Lauren Winfield
early for 11. Sarah
Taylor and Knight
made just eight apiece
to leave England
struggling but
Beaumont and Sciver,
who had scored a
century against
Pakistan, steadied the
innings.
Their stand of 170
included Sciver
clipping a leg-stump
yorker deftly through
her legs for two ? a shot
quickly christened the
?Natmeg? ? as the pair
lifted England to 222
before Beaumont, who
had earlier seen a
delivery from Leigh
Kasperek clip leg
stump without
dislodging the bail,
was dismissed by
16-year-old leg-spinner
Amelia Kerr.
Beaumont?s
contribution ended
from 102 balls, which
included 10
fours and a
six, before
Sciver
brought up
her century
off 92
deliveries.
She finally
fell to Kerr in
the 47th over
and left to a
standing ovation.
England made an
early breakthrough,
Rachel Priest bowled
by Anya Shrubsole for
12, and restricted New
Zealand to just 36 from
their first 10 overs,
before Satterthwaite
and Bates gave the
innings some
momentum.
Bates was stumped
off Hartley for 44, with
Satterthwaite caught
and bowled by Laura
Marsh to leave New
Zealand at 99-3 and
the game had turned
back in England?s
favour.
When Perkins ran
out Kerr without the
youngster facing a ball,
New Zealand were on
the brink at 170-8 and
England?s victory was
soon wrapped up
when Holly Huddleston
was lbw for 0 to
Hartley, who finished
with 3-44.
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
61
FOUR AT SW19 BEGAN TWO YEARS AGO IN THE EASTBOURNE GLOOM
A miracle
for Magda
turned up heat
Main pictures: GERRY PENNY and LINDSEY PARNABY
to change so I need to
continue to evolve.?
However
determined
Konta is to ?keep it real?,
there have been a few
unusual challenges to her
equanimity this fortnight.
Among the messages of
goodwill was one from her
favourite band U2. ?We?d
love
to
see
you
in
Twickenham
on
Middle
Sunday but heard you?re
busy...congratulations and
good luck!? they tweeted.
?I have not been that
active on social media but I
did see that and I did reply,?
she grinned. ?And there was
a
massively
fan-girly
moment. It was pretty
intense at home.
?I may have shrieked and
giggled and run around in
circles for a couple of minutes
? but I played it pretty cool
after! I think when U2 tweet
you, you know that your life
is pretty much made!?
Fifteen thousand people
were glued to Konta?s epic
quarter-final battle; they
and thousands more on
Henman Hill will be following
today?s semi-final against
Venus
Williams.
Mum
Gabriella, though, will not
be among them.
?My mum doesn?t really
watch,? said Konta. ?She
gets very nervous so she is
never in the stadium. She is
always watching on TV or a
screen somewhere.
?You will have to ask the
people who sit next to my
dad what he is like. I
expect he is probably
always trying to
crack a joke. He?s
a champ!?
By Saturday
there is a
possibility
that could
run
in
t h e
family.
V
WORLD RANKING
SEED
26
AGE
5ft 11in
HEIGHT
3 WTA SINGLES TITLES
307/180
WIN/LOSS
�944,871
PRIZE MONEY
Semi-?nal (2017) WIMBLEDON BEST
HEAD-TO-HEAD:
2017 Rome (clay) Williams 6-1, 3-6, 6-1
2017 Miami (hard) Konta 6-4, 7-5
2016 Stanford (hard) Konta 7-5, 5-7, 6-2
Men?s Singles Qtr-finals: (24) S
Querrey (USA) bt (1) A Murray (Gbr)
3-6 6-4 6-7 (4-7) 6-1 6-1, (7) M
Cilic (Cro) bt (16) G Muller (Lux) 3-6
7-6 (8-6) 7-5 5-7 6-1, (3) R Federer
(Swi) bt (6) M Raonic (Can) 6-4 6-2
7-6 (7-4), (11) T Berdych (Cze) bt (2)
N Djokovic (Ser) 7-6 (7-2) 2-0 ret.
Men?s Doubles Qtr-finals: (1) H
Kontinen (Fin) & J Peers (Aus) bt
(10) R Harrison (USA) & M Venus
(Nzl) 6-4 6-7 (5-7) 6-7 (4-7) 7-6
(9-7) 6-1, (4) L Kubot (Pol) & M
Melo (Bra) bt K Skupski (Gbr) & N
Skupski (Gbr) 7-6 (13-11) 6-4 6-4,
N Mektic (Cro) & F Skugor (Cro) bt H
Podlipnik-Castillo (Chi) & A Vasilevski
(Blr) 6-7 (8-10) 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 7-5.
Women?s Doubles Qtr-finals: (9) H
Chan (Tpe) & M Niculescu (Rom) bt
C Cartan Bellis (USA) & M
Vondrousova (Cze) 6-3 6-4, M
Ninomiya (Jpn) & R Voracova (Cze)
bt S Kuznetsova (Rus) & K Mladenovic
(Fra) 6-4 6-4, (12) A Groenefeld
(Ger) & K Peschke (Cze) bt (3) Y
Chan (Tpe) & M Hingis (Swi) 6-4 3-6
6-4, (2) E Makarova (Rus) & E
Vesnina (Rus) bt (8) A Barty (Aus) &
C Dellacqua (Aus) 6-4 4-6 6-4.
Mixed Doubles 3rd rnd: K Skupski
(Gbr) & J Rae (Gbr) bt (12) M Mirnyi
(Blr) & E Makarova (Rus) 5-7 6-4
9-7, M Demoliner (Bra) & M Jose
Martinez Sanchez (Spa) bt J Peers
(Aus) & S Lisicki (Ger) 6-4 3-6 7-5, M
Pavic (Cro) & L Kichenok (Ukr) bt (9)
J Sebastian Cabal (Col) & A Spears
(USA) 7-6 (7-5) 5-7 6-3, (10) R
Bopanna (Ind) & G Dabrowski (Can)
bt N Mektic (Cro) & A Konjuh (Cro)
7-6 (7-5) 6-2, H Kontinen (Fin) & H
Watson (Gbr) bt (4) I Dodig (Cro) & S
VENUS WILLIAMS
11
10
37
6ft 1in
49
757/215
By Nigel Clarke
knee and wrist surgery.
?I?m so grateful and
lucky my health is good
now,? she said. ?Before I
was always having issues;
now at last I can think
about my game and
practise without pain.
I?m no longer afraid to
be on the court.
?This is something I?ve
been dreaming about
since I was a little kid. I
feel miracles do happen.?
Rybarikova is the only
unseeded player in the
last four while Spanish
baseline bully Muguruza
reached the final two
years ago, where she lost
to Serena Williams.
RESULTS
THE TALE OF THE TAPE
JOHANNA KONTA
7
6
THERE were times just
eight months ago when
Magdalena Rybarikova
feared she might never
hit a tennis ball again.
She was limping from
a problem knee and
sometimes cradling a
wrist in a sling.
Today the 28-year-old
Slovakian, world-ranked
No 87, faces Spain?s
Garbine Muguruza for a
place in the final.
It surprises her still,
and she said: ?Last year
it was very difficult for
me. I felt sometimes
that maybe I would
never make a comeback.
Now, here I am in a
Grand Slam semi-final.?
Rybarikova, above, had
NEXT HURDLE:
Venus Williams
will present a
formidable
challenge
�,398,942
Winner (2000, ?01, ?05, ?07, ?08)
2016 Australian Open (hard) Konta 6-4, 6-2
2015 Wuhan (hard) Williams 6-4, 3-6, 7-5
ON HER WAY:
Konta, left,
beat Muguruza
during her run
at Eastbourne
in 2015
Mirza (Ind) 7-6 (7-4) 6-4, A
Begemann (Ger) & N Melichar (USA)
bt (11) D Nestor (Can) & A Klepac
(Slo) 6-3 6-7 (4-7) 7-5, (2) B Soares
(Bra) & E Vesnina (Rus) bt (15) M
Venus (Nzl) & B Krejcikova (Cze)
6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-2.
Boys Singles 2nd rnd: F Forti (Ita) bt
H Stewart (Gbr) 7-5 7-5, A McHugh
(Gbr) bt (6) M Miladinovic (Ser) 6-0
7-6 (7-4), G Loffhagen (Gbr) bt (9) R
Molleker (Ger) 6-4 6-4.
Boys Doubles 1st rnd: S Korda
(USA) & N Mejia (Col) bt J Molloy
(Gbr) & B Smith (Gbr) 6-3 6-4, (3) J
Rodionov (Aut) & M Vrbensky (Cze)
bt J Draper (Gbr) & G Loffhagen
(Gbr) 7-6 (9-7) 6-3, F Bass (Gbr) & A
McHugh (Gbr) bt (8) S Baez (Arg) & J
Pablo Grassi Mazzuchi (Arg) 6-3
6-1, (6) A Ayeni (USA) & T Bryde
(USA) bt H Stewart (Gbr) & D West
(Gbr) 6-3 6-4.
Girls Singles 3rd rnd: (2) W
Osuigwe (USA) bt K Swan (Gbr) 6-4
2-6 6-1.
Girls Doubles 1st rnd: (1) C
Branstine (Can) & M Kostyuk (Ukr)
bt M Budin (Gbr) & E Maloney (Gbr)
6-2 6-1, (8) E Arango (Col) & E
Douglas (USA) bt H Fischer (Gbr) & E
Raducanu (Gbr) 7-5 6-3, (4) C
McNally (USA) & W Osuigwe (USA)
bt E Appleton (Gbr) & J Anna
Burrage (Gbr) 4-6 6-4 6-3, (5) X Yu
Wang (Chn) & X Wang (Chn) bt A
Collins (Gbr) & F Jones (Gbr) 7-5
7-5, (3) K Day (USA) & K Swan (Gbr)
bt M Jain (Ind) & M Yadav (Ind) 6-1
6-1, M J P Ramirez (USA) & S
Sewing (USA) bt E Adeshina (Gbr) &
G Heath (Gbr) 6-4 7-5.
ORDER OF PLAY
younger version of herself
the 37-year-old is in terms
of experience. That is an
important card and one that
Williams makes no apology
for as she takes on a player
today making her
Wimbledon semi-final
debut.
?Experience
helps, for sure,?
she added. ?For a
lot of the players
I?ve played, it?s
their first time in the
third round or the
quarter-finals, whichever.
So I have an opportunity to
bank on experience in having
dealt with those sorts of
pressures before.? It is not just
Konta, but British women in
general who are not used to
getting this far in the
tournament.
Virginia Wade, below, was
the last in 1978 and she
found that age worked
against her, although
she admits Williams
is made of
different stuff.
?I played my last
match when I was
40 and by then I
had lost some of
my motivation,? she said.
?Venus is different, she is
much more singular. I liked to
be a little extravagant while she
can really get focused into a
match because she is that
kind of person. It was not
quite such an ambition
for me ? with her you
sense it is.
?She is a great player
and at 37 she still looks
good. But I believe it is
not beyond Konta to
beat her. It will be
difficult but she can
do it.
?I don?t think Venus
will choke, so I think
Konta will have to
win the match, but
I think it?s
absolutely on
the cards.?
MATTHEW DUNN
My mum
can?t watch
? she gets
very nervous
All courts 11am start except Centre
and No1 (1pm) and Courts 2 and 3
(11.30am).
Centre Court: (14) G Muguruza
(Spa) v M Rybarikova (Svk), (10) V
Williams (USA) v (6) J Konta (GB),
(1) J Murray (GB) & M Hingis (Swi) v
K Skupski (GB) & J Rae (GB).
Court 1: (1) H Kontinen (Fin) & J
Peers (Aus) v (4) L Kubot (Pol) & M
Melo (Bra), A Begemann (Ger) & N
Melichar (USA) v (2) B Soares (Bra)
& E Vesnina (Rus), C Black (Zim) &
M Navratilova (USA) v A Jaeger
(USA) & C Martinez (Spa).
Court 2: L Hewitt (Aus) & M
Philippoussis (Aus) v (1) J Baker
(GB) & C Fleming (GB), N Mektic
(Cro) & F Skugor (Cro) v (16) O
Marach (Aut) & M Pavic (Cro), (2) A
Castle (GB) & M Chang (USA) v J
Eltingh (Ned) & P Haarhuis (Ned), M
Demoliner (Bra) & M Martinez
Sanchez (Spa) v M Pavic (Cro) & L
Kichenok (Ukr).
Court 3: P McEnroe (USA) & J
Tarango (USA) v H Leconte (Fra) & C
Pioline (Fra), (1) J Bates (GB) & C
Wilkinson (GB) v W Ferreira (SA) & G
Ivanisevic (Cro), A Clement (Fra) &
M Llodra (Fra) v G Rusedski (GB) & F
Santoro (Fra).
Court 4: (14) S Sewing (USA) v S
Waltert (Swi), (6) C Branstine (Can)
v (3) C Liu (USA), (7) A Anshba
(Rus) & E Rybakina (Rus) v M Portillo
Ramirez (USA) & S Sewing (USA), Z
Desai (Ind) & L Sun (Swi) v (2) T
Johnson (USA) & C Liu (USA).
Court 5: M Bellalouna (Tun) v (2) Y
Wu (Chn), S Lansere (Rus) v (2) W
Osuigwe (USA), (1) Z Piros (Hun) &
Y Wu (Chn) v S Korda (USA) & N
Mejia (Col), (4) C McNally (USA) &
W Osuigwe (USA) v M Osorio
Serrano (Col) & T Pedretti (Bra).
Court 7: M Vrbensky (Cze) v C
Bittoun Kouzmine (Fra), S Carr (Irl) &
A Rotsaert (USA) v O Styler (Cze) & A
Zakharov (Rus), V Apisah (Png) & A
Brune Olsen (Nor) v (6) M Hontama
(Jpn) & Y Naito (Jpn), (1) C Branstine
(Can) & M Kostyuk (Ukr) v Y In-Albon
(Swi) & S Waltert (Swi), V Deminova
(Rus) & A Kharitonova (Rus) v (8) E
Arango (Col) & E Douglas (USA).
Court 8: M Martineau (Fra) v A
McHugh (GB), (1) C Moutet (Fra) v F
Forti (Ita), T Horie (Jpn) & Y Shimizu
(Jpn) v L Dussin (Fra) & H Gaston
(Fra), F Forti (Ita) & M Frinzi (Ita) v
(2) A Geller (Arg) & Y Hsu (Tpe).
Court 9: N Tajima (Jpn) v A Geller
(Arg), (8) A Davidovich Fokina (Spa)
v (10) O Crawford (USA), (5) X Wang
(Chn) & X Wang (Chn) v O Danilovic
(Ser) & K Juvan (Slo), (6) A Ayeni
(USA) & T Bryde (USA) v M
Efstathiou (Cyp) & R Nijboer (Ned).
Court 12: P Kypson (USA) v G
Loffhagen (GB), T Enqvist (Swe) & T
Johansson (Swe) v F Gonzalez (Chi)
& S Grosjean (Fra), F Bass (GB) & A
McHugh (GB) v A Fenty (USA) & Y
Oliel (Isr), (3) J Rodionov (Aut) & M
Vrbensky (Cze) v V Kirkov (USA) & D
Thomas (USA), (2) M Bartoli (Fra) &
I Majoli (Cro) v L Davenport (USA) &
M Fernandez (USA).
Court 18: (1) K Day (USA) v A Li
(USA), (11) J Rodionov (Aut) v B Ellis
(Aus), J Niemeier (Ger) & D Vismane
(Lat) v (3) K Day (USA) & K Swan
(GB), C Bittoun Kouzmine (Fra) & U
Park (Kor) v B Ellis (Aus) & M
Martineau (Fra).
Not assigned: (10) R Bopanna
(Ind) & G Dabrowski (Can) v H
Kontinen (Fin) & H Watson (GB), T
Woodbridge (Aus) & M Woodforde
(Aus) v R Krajicek (Ned) & M
Petchey (GB), J Gimelstob (USA) & R
Hutchins (GB) v (2) M Ancic (Cro) &
J Delgado (GB).
Daily Express Thursday July 13 2017
MPIONSH
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WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS INJURED CHAMPION?S BRAVE
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Fallen Andy
calls on Jo to
Roger out to claim crown
BLEDO
Main picture: ANDREW COULDRIDGE
CENTRE COURT
Milos RAONIC (6)
4 2 6
Roger FEDERER (3)
6 6 7
SET APART: Classy Federer celebrates his victory
chop rivals
down to size
ROGER FEDERER
believes he is still a
David up against the
big-hitting Goliaths left
at Wimbledon this year.
The Swiss legend has
watched as all the
other big names have
fallen by the wayside.
Seven-time
champion Federer is
now firm favourite to
win. But after a
consummate 6-4, 6-2,
7-6 victory over Milos
Raonic, below, on
Centre Court
yesterday, Federer
insisted all the players
left were bigger than
him and hit harder ? so
he was going to have to
use all his wiles to win
the title he last lifted in
2012.
Federer, who faces
Tomas Berdych in
his semi-final
tomorrow
while the
other match
sees Sam
Querrey meet
Marin Cilic,
said: ?Being
the favourite or
not doesn?t matter.
These other guys are
all big hitters. They?ve
got big serves and big
forehands. All three
guys are taller and
stronger.
?I?ve got to figure out
a different way, carve
my way through the
draw somehow with my
slice and my spins, my
consistency maybe.?
Opponent Berdych is
6ft 5in while Querrey is
6ft 6in and Cilic also
6ft 6in. Federer is a
mere 6ft 1in.
Federer has not
dropped a set in
cruising to the last
four, and in fact has not
dropped one in his past
10 matches on grass.
But with Andy
Murray succumbing
to a hip problem
yesterday and Novak
Djokovic retiring with
By Tony Banks
an elbow injury to
make it 10 retirements
through injury in the
men?s draw this year,
Federer admitted that
his decision to take the
whole of the clay-court
season off ? a whole 10
weeks ? was a good one.
He said: ?I?m much
better prepared for
Wimbledon this year
than last. I?m playing
very well. I?m rested.
I?m fresh. I?m confident
too. That is when great
things happen.
Confidence is huge.
?You wish all the
others well, as a rival
and a friend. You want
them to be healthy
again. I?m surprised
to see them going out.
But the other guys
are playing well.
?Once you hit
30, you?ve got
to look back
and think,
?How much
tennis have I
played, how
much rest did I
give my body over
the years, how much
training have I done,
did I do enough, did I
overdo it or not
enough??
?For me, it worked
out. It doesn?t mean it?s
going to work out for
everybody. But
sometimes the body
and the mind do need a
rest. You just want to
take that decision early
enough or see it coming
and anticipate.
?You can only play
with a certain injury for
a certain amount of
time. What you don?t
want happening is that
it becomes chronic.
Then even surgery
can?t help you.?
Federer was never
really in trouble against
Raonic, a player who
beat him in five sets in
the semis last year.
SAM QUERREY was
dishing out sane advice
to the whole nation
barely an hour after
serving up the massive
ace which finally released
Andy Murray?s hold on
the Wimbledon trophy.
?He?s won the tournament
before,? he pointed out to glum
inquisitors and their inquest on
a British defeat rather than
toasting an American victory.
?It would be different if
you hadn?t had a champion in
80 years and he lost. I don?t feel
like I just ruined the hopes of
every British person out there
? everyone needs to take a little
chill pill. It?s fine!?
Yes, of course it is. Because
these days we?ve still got Jo
Konta to cheer for. The king is
dead, long live the queen? With
euphoria still swilling around
SW19 after that thrilling
quarter-final win over Simona
Halep, it meant on balance
Murray?s exit could be met
with the appropriate sadness
rather than frustration.
On paper, a defeat against
the world No28 is the worst
result he has ever suffered at
Wimbledon, surpassing his
2006 reversal against No19
David Nalbandian.
But there were so
many extenuating
circumstances and
Murray
refused
to be bowed,
right
up
to
the penultimate
point.
The rally before
that final Querrey match-point
missile, Murray had sprinted
from side to side before flicking
an unstoppable cross-court
Matthew
DUNN
REPORTS
forehand out of his opponent?s
reach. It was the final defiant
act of a champion in his death
throes.
He winced with pain
at the effort that cried,
?enough is enough!?
Murray?s
brave
defence needed to
be put out of its
misery and at least
the end was swift,
118mph
to
be
precise.
For the first time
ever he was not the last
Briton to leave the party and
he will be at home with his
family
when
the
nation unites again
today
to
watch
Centre Court action,
for once without
him featuring. ?I
hope Jo goes on
to
win
the
tournament,?
Murray
said
gallantly. ?She?s certainly got a
fantastic chance. I saw quite a
lot of the match yesterday and
she played extremely well
under a lot of pressure. If she
keeps playing like that, there?s
no reason why she can?t do it.?
Actually, there was no reason
why ? even with the hip injury
? Murray could not have done
it too yesterday.
It seems churlish to
suggest it given he left
everything on the
court, but a bit more
care at the end of the
second
set
and
Murray could have
been back in the
locker room by the
time the pain became
too much to bear.
Querrey came out like a
rabbit in the headlights,
losing the first seven
points,
getting
broken
and
seemingly unable
to find his range.
Having lost the
first
set,
spectators
audibly tutted
as he doublefaulted on his
way to another
break in the second,
clearly wanting to see more
fight from the American.
Careful what you wish for,
Centre Court.
It may have been the first
pangs of real pain affecting
the natural flow of his strokemaking, but Murray started to
falter. He was broken and, more
surprisingly, broken again as
Querrey levelled the match.
Almost out of frustration,
Murray broke immediately in
the third, but again he failed
?Everyone
needs to take a
little chill pill?
when serving for the set. This
time, he had a tie-break to
rescue him and his best point of
the match, retrieving two
potential
Querrey
winners
before the affronted 6ft 6in
giant dumped a simple smash
into the net.
Certainly there was no sign
of the capitulation about to
come. Just two games in the
remaining 14, Murray shuffled
increasingly
uncomfortably
from end to end with no answer
to the barrage of fiery first
serves Querrey was now able to
produce. ?I had chances in the
first three sets,? Murray
said later. ?The
second set,
when I
was up
4-3 and
then got
broken
t w i c e ,
obviously
turned out to
be
quite
an
important part of
the match.
?I did manage to win
the third so maybe I could
have got the match done in
three sets had I closed out the
second after getting the break.
?But Sam served extremely
well at the end. He loosened up,
was going for his shots and there
was nothing much I could do.
?I wasn?t getting enough
power on my serve to put him in
any bother, he was dictating all
of the points. I was close-ish.
?I got through five matches
but the end was tough. But you
know, I wasn?t far away...?
Djokovic may have
No1 COURT
Tomas BERDYCH (11)
7 2
Novak DJOKOVIC (2)
6 0
NOVAK DJOKOVIC
looks set to take a
six-month break from
tennis after his elbow
problem dramatically
forced him out of
Wimbledon last night.
The former world
No1 and three-time
Wimbledon champion
HARD LUCK: Berdych
consoles Djokovic
after he quit their match
By Tony Banks
was a set and 2-0 down
against Tomas Berdych
when he shocked
No1 Court by suddenly
walking to the net and
signalling his match
was over.
Djokovic could now
miss the US Open,
several Masters events
and possibly even the
end-of-season ATP
finals, which means
his ranking will
plummet. He became
the 10th player in the
men?s tournament at
Wimbledon this year to
retire injured, and the
Serb said: ?Now I may
miss half a year.
?A break is something
that I?ll have to
consider. I?m going to
talk with specialists to
try to figure out what?s
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TITLE DEFENCE FINALLY RUNS OUT OF STEAM IN QUARTER-FINALS
CILIC: Tough battle
Cilic all
the rage
to dump
Muller
A NET FINISH:
Murray shakes
hands with his
conqueror
Querrey, above,
and considers
his thoughts,
top left, as his
crown slips
away, watched
by his wife
Kim, right
By Tony Banks
CENTRE COURT
THE NAME OF
THE PAIN:
The agony is
etched on
Murray?s face
as the Briton
struggles to
overcome his
hip injury and
a resilient
opponent, left
Andy MURRAY (1)
6 4 7 1 1
Sam QUERREY (24)
3 6 6 6 6
I?m ready to take a break
FROM BACK PAGE
my family ? that?s what I?ll
do immediately,? he said.
?But then tomorrow it?s
back to work. No time to
waste there.
?I will sit down with my
team and discuss the best
plan moving forward. That
starts tomorrow with the
best medical advice
possible. If it means taking
a few weeks? rest, then
so be it. This year has
obviously been frustrating
at times. It has not been
the easiest. But
obviously I?ll want
to come back
and try to
compete for
the majors.
?I don?t
think anyone
has ever stayed
at No1 their
whole career. It
always comes to an
end.? Even though his
tournament was over,
Murray and his coach Ivan
Lendl, left, refused
to allay fears
over the
severity of
the problem,
maintaining
a cloak of
secrecy to
the bitter
end.
Murray added:
?I?m not going to
go into all the details of
exactly
what
my hip
issues
are. I?ve
been dealing with it for a
very long time during my
career.
?Obviously as you get
older things are a bit
tougher to manage than
they are when you?re
younger. There?s a bit more
wear and tear there. And
that?s it.?
to give sport the elbow for rest of year
the best way to solve it.
Short term, it?s
probably rest that is
most appropriate.
?I haven?t felt this
much pain since I?ve
had this injury. It?s not
a good sign.?
Djokovic had
complained about
Wimbledon not putting
him on court on
Monday night when he
had waited all day to
play, only to have to
wait until Tuesday
because of the Rafael
Nadal marathon.
That may have given
him a day off and his
injury longer to recover,
but he again hit out at
the scheduling.
He added: ?The fact
that I played yesterday
didn?t help at all. I
spent two and a half
hours today on the
table trying to do
everything I possibly
could to make myself
fit. But it wasn?t to be.?
Djokovic had the
trainer on twice on
Tuesday during his
straight-sets win over
Adrian Mannarino.
He added: ?It?s the
elbow that has been
bothering me for over
a year and a half. It?s
unfortunate that I had
to finish Wimbledon
this way. I tried to get it
in the condition where I
was able to play.
?I was able to play for
30 minutes with pain
that was bearable. But
all the treatments and
medication couldn?t
help.
?The intensity and
level of pain were not
decreasing. They were
only increasing as the
days went by. Today
was the worst day. I
didn?t consider not
starting. I always like
to give it a shot.?
With Andy Murray
also struggling with a
hip problem coming
into Wimbledon,
Djokovic added: ?We
both had a very long,
tough year, a lot of
matches. Our bodies
have taken a lot
MARIN CILIC admitted
he had to get himself
pumped up and angry
to get past Gilles Muller
and book a semi-final
slot against Sam
Querrey.
The big Croatian had
a battle to overcome
Muller, the conqueror of
Rafa Nadal, but he
eventually came
through 3-6, 7-6, 7-5, 5-7,
6-1 in a gruelling
three-and-a-half-hour
contest.
But Cilic revealed it
was not until he started
getting angry that he
finally got his game
going against the
serve-and-volley
specialist.
Cilic, who plays
Querrey tomorrow, said:
?I believe in continuing
with aggressive tennis.
It was important to be
mentally fresh and
believe in my abilities,
even though I didn?t
start so well. But I was
focused, even after
dropping that first set.?
Cilic, who had
reached three
successive quarter-finals
at Wimbledon before
finally breaking the
barrier yesterday,
started horribly but
then regained control of
the match, only to allow
his opponent back in.
Muller denied that his
four-hour-48 minute
epic against Nadal on
Monday had impacted
on his performance, but
he seemed to run out of
steam in the final set.
He said: ?What was
very tough was the
beginning of the fifth
set. He played a
phenomenal game to
break me.?
The last time Cilic
met Querrey in 2012 the
match lasted five hours,
31 minutes, Cilic
winning 17-15 in the
final set ? the secondlongest match in
Wimbledon history.
physically. As an
athlete, at a certain
stage of your career
you?re going to face
these things. Injuries
are part of
this sport.
Tennis is
getting very
physical. At
Gilles MULLER (16)
the end of
the day,
we?re all
Marin CILIC (7)
humans.?
No1 COURT
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3 7 7 5 6
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