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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018
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® by TIM BAKER
HAPPY Rio Ferdinand
was celebrating last night
after getting engaged to
sexy Kate Wright in front
of his three children.
The ex-Man United star,
whose previous wife died
of cancer, told delighted
fans: “She said yes!”
Full story: Page 9
YEEEEES!
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DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
ON THIS DAY...
QUOTE OF THE DAY
...in 1959 Britain’s first longdistance motorway, the M1, opened
between Watford and Rugby. The
road was seen as a revolutionary
transport development.
“The perfect end to our holiday.
How could the answer not be
yes?” Former Towie star Kate
Wright after football legend Rio
Ferdinand proposed to her.
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SPORTS minister
Tracey Crouch has
resigned over delays
in slashing stakes on
fixed-odds betting
terminals.
The Tory MP quit
yesterday after the cut
in the maximum stake
from £100 to £2 was
put off until next year.
She accused Culture
Secretary Jeremy
Wright of prioritising
“corporate interests
over victims, profits
over public health and
greed over good”.
Labour’s Tom
Watson said her
resignation was a
“courageous and
principled decision”.
He said she “poured
her heart and soul into
a significant review of
these destructive
machines... and took
the right decision for
those suffering from
problem gambling,
their families and
communities”.
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quits in
bets row
River searched
POLICE were last night
®
searching the banks of
the Thames for missing
Diane is
‘a victim
of hate’
DIANE Abbott has
revealed she is a
daily victim of
“hate crime”.
The shadow home
secretary says she
constantly receives
letters threatening
her with rape and
violence.
Ms Abbott said she
disagreed with police
chief Sara Thornton’s
comments that forces
should prioritise such
crimes as burglary.
The National
Police Chiefs’
Council chairwoman
said officers are too
stretched to log
gender-based hate
cases.
But Ms Abbott said
forces should not have
to “pick and choose”
between crimes.
Big clubs
must pay
for police
A TORY MP is calling
for Premier League
clubs to pay more
for policing.
Kettering MP Philip
Hollobone urged
ministers to ensure
top-tier sides contributed enough towards
costs on match days.
Speaking in the
Commons, Mr
Hollobone asked:
“Shouldn’t Premier
League football clubs
in the Northern
Powerhouse area and
elsewhere pay a lot
more for their
policing costs?”
Digital, Culture,
Media and Sport
Secretary Jeremy
Wright told MPs that
clubs already do so
through tax.
He added: “We will,
of course, continue to
talk to the Premier
League about ways in
which they can help.”
mum-of-five Sarah Wellgreen.
The 46-year-old’s
disappearance is being
treated as a potential murder
after she vanished three
weeks ago.
Search teams were
spotted near Dartford,
Kent. Sarah was last seen at
her home in nearby New
Ash Green.
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MISSING: Sarah
MALLS FACE
MELTDOWN
Store closures will trigger crash
MORE than 200 major shopping centres
are at risk of closure.
The loss of BHS, House of Fraser and Toys R Us
has caused “downward spiral” in the outlets, says
a report.
THE END: High Street casualties
Malls desperate for new stores to open could close in the
coming months. Analyst Nelson Blackley said: “It’s a trend
that’s moving very quickly. You don’t necessarily want to
be in the business of owning shopping centres at
the moment.
® by ALEXANDER BROWN
“People are suggesting a
number of leading national
stores and products – and
retailers are on the edge
basically that’s not attracand may close, and that
tive. You can’t fill shopping
would bring shopping cencentres with nail bars and
tres down with them.
vape shops.”
“The collapse of BHS, two
Mr Blackley claimed the
years ago, left empty units
modern shopping centre
in around 200 shopping cenwill become a thing of
tres and more than half of
the past.
those large, empty units
He said: “Some of the big
have not yet been filled.”
centres in the UK are incorMr Blackley, who works
porating Sea Life Centres,
for the National Retail
ice rinks, indoor ski slopes.
Research
Knowledge
“These are the shopping
Exchange Centre, blamed
centres that, in my view,
online stores such as
will survive.”
Amazon.
Simon Cooke, from propHe added: “If centres
erty asset management
close, particularly in small
APAM, called for the govtowns, it will be utterly caternment to kick-start the
astrophic.
regeneration of shopping
“We have too many of
centres.
them, doing exactly the
alex.brown@dailystar.co.uk
same – the same range of
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PADDY:
I’M TOP
POSER!
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
Hollie
YOGA fan Hollie
„
is flexible when
it comes to a little
tipple – she likes
a glass of red as
well as the
occasional G&T.
The 23-year-old
brunette, from
Romford, Essex, is
also a big fan of Thai
cookery.
With some cold
weather on the
way, something
spicy will keep the
shivers at bay.
„
SEQUEL: Peter Rabbit
Corden’s
so hoppy
„
TODAY’S
TOP 10
THE world’s largest
island nations are:
1 Indonesia
2 Madagascar
3 Papua New Guinea
4 Japan
5 Malaysia
6 Philippines
7 New Zealand
8 United Kingdom
9 Cuba
10 Iceland
Picture: JEANY SAVAGE
JAMES Corden is
hopping all the way to
the bank thanks to the
Peter Rabbit sequel.
Corden is on course
to earn £2million if
the movie rakes in
strong profits.
The figure is a huge
boost for the star, and
would be almost four
times his pay packet for
the original.
The first film made
£243m after costing just
£37m to make.
Last night a source
said: “James really was
the centrepiece in the
film with his energy,
acting and singing.
“The plan is for this to
run for several years, so
keeping James and the
cast sweet is the best
way forward.”
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New Top Gear host has
acting lessons in secret
EXCLUSIVE ® by RUTH McKEE
NEW Top Gear host Paddy
McGuinness is having
secret “posing” lessons
to learn how to be natural
in front of the camera.
The Take Me Out star, 45,
landed the top job fronting the
BBC Two motoring show last
week.
PITCHING IN: The star
Rebel to
go fourth
REBEL Wilson has
hinted that a fourth
Pitch Perfect movie is
on the cards.
She says there is a
possibility the cast,
including Anna Camp,
Brittany Snow and Anna
Kendrick, could reunite
for another instalment
of the musical movie.
Appearing on The Ellen
DeGeneres Show, the
38-year-old, who plays
Fat Amy, said: “I can’t
say anything officially.
“I’ll be filming another
musical film in the next
12 months, I can say
that. You’ll see me
singing a bit more.
“But yeah, us Pitch
Perfect girls, we love
each other and we
always wanna work
together.”
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But he is so scared of looking awkward on screen that he has signed
up for modelling classes.
And he has even roped in wife
Christine to help him relax when
the cameras start rolling for the hit
car show.
Paddy said: “Twenty years I have
been in the TV game and I still can’t
manage to pose decently. I just can’t
do it.
“I don’t want my awkwardness to
be a let-down. I’ll defo be getting
some tips for it.”
The Bolton-born actor has wowed
millions of viewers with his quirky
catchphrases fronting dating show
Take Me Out.
And he became a fan favourite for
helping the glamorous girls on the
ITV2 series find love.
The Phoenix Nights star fought
off competition from a string of
rival celebrities – including chef
James Martin – to bag the Top
Gear job.
He is taking over from former
TV KATIE BOUNCES BACK!
KATIE Price is back with a new
reality TV show.
The former glamour model was
this week fighting bankruptcy
and could be broke by Christ-
mas. Following a stint in rehab,
the Loose Women panellist
claims she had “really hit rock
bottom”.
But now she says she “is back”.
The mum had a horror summer
and will tell her side of the story
in a two-part special of My Crazy
Life, starting on November 12 on
Quest Red.
EXCITED: Paddy. Top, on show
Friends star Matt LeBlanc, who has
left the show after two years.
Paddy will present the show alongside Chris Harris and fellow new
recruit, ex-cricketer Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff.
Speaking after he was unveiled as
one of the programme’s new faces,
Paddy said: “To be hosting a show
I’ve watched and loved from being a
small boy is beyond exciting.”
He added: “Top Gear fans worldwide are a passionate bunch and I
consider myself one of them.
“Now let’s start up this Great
British machine and see what it
can do!”
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
Neil’s hitched
SHOW: Price
ROCK legend Neil Young has confirmed he is
married to Daryl Hannah.
The singer and the 57-year-old actress were
reported to have tied the knot in August.
Neil, 72, revealed he has wed the Splash
star after describing her as “my wife Daryl”
in an online post calling for “commonsense
gun laws” to be introduced in the US.
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DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
A star was born 40yrs ago.
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Happy birthday and here’s
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WE’RE FABULOUS AT 40
40 more years!
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BREAK out the bubbly – your
Daily Star turns 40 today and
we are celebrating with your
favourite famous faces.
Britain’s favourite tabloid newspaper was launched in Manchester in
1978 and has earned an army of fans
around the world.
We’ve launched numerous A-list celebrity careers, broken hard-hitting world
exclusive news stories and made our readers laugh out loud with fun tales on a
daily basis.
Leading the well-wishers is EastEnders
and Carry On legend Dame Barbara
Windsor.
She said: “Congratulations and wishing
you all at the Daily Star a happy 40th
birthday and Carry On for the next 40.”
Page 3 icon Linda Lusardi said: “I
remember the paper launching and I was
gracing the pages back in 1978.
“You are still going strong thanks to all
your wonderful readers.”
Liverpool funnyman John Bishop said:
“Well done for surviving. You’ve lasted 40
years. That’s an achievement.”
X Factor host Dermot O’Leary joked:
“Don’t lurch into a Harley-Davidson-style
midlife crisis now you’re hitting 40.”
Great
The show’s former judge Louis Walsh
added: “The Daily Star is always the best
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day. Happy big four-oh!”
Pop star Peter Andre said: “Wow. Happy
birthday. Wait until you get to 45… then
you’ll know what age really is!”
Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable added:
“Happy birthday, Daily Star.
“You’re still a relative youngster on
Fleet Street, but have already produced
so many great stories, interviews
and scoops.”
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, touted to be
the next Prime Minister as Theresa
May battles to cling to the Conservative
leadership, said: “In spite of being 40,
no-one could call the Daily Star
middle-aged.”
Former Gogglebox star Sandra Martin
credits the Daily Star for helping her find
a new home.
She said: “So I’d like to say Happy 40th
Daily Star – you are the one.”
Towie star Georgia Kousoulou said:
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This Morning’s Alice Beer added: “Happy Birthday Daily Star. 25 years ago you
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working with the Daily Star and their
wonderful team. I am their biggest fan.”
Boxer Ricky Hatton added: “Have a
knockout day and here’s to the next 40
years.”
Model Nell McAndrew said: “Ah, nearly
as old as me! Happy Birthday to the Daily
Star. Thank you for all the support that
you have given me over the years with all
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DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
Says
Big thanks
to you all
THEY say life begins at 40.
But thanks to all our readers
we’ve been full of beans for four
decades already.
It’s because of you that we’ve
strived to show you the brighter
side of Britain all this time.
And we promise to carry on in the
same vein.
The Daily Star is still the best
place for showbiz stories, the
issues that matter and brilliant
sports coverage.
We’ll continue to cheer you up
without ignoring the serious news.
And we won’t ram politics down
your throat.
As always we’ll let you make
up your own mind about what’s
important.
So, once again, thank you for
remaining loyal all this time.
Here’s to the next 40 years.
LOWDOWN ON LEAF MUNCHERS
Are vegans on
another plant?
Hope Rio
has a ball
WE often complain footballers
are spoilt.
But it’s easy to forget they face
the same hardships we do.
And that’s why it’s great to see
Rio Ferdinand find happiness
again.
The England legend has been
through dark times since his wife
Rebecca Ellison died from cancer
three years ago.
Bringing up their three children
as a single dad can’t have been
easy.
But he’s always made sure
he’s put those kids first.
So for the ex-Manchester
United star to find someone
to share his life with is
brilliant.
He showed he’s a romantic at
heart, too, in the way he proposed
to Kate Wright on holiday.
The very best to them both.
Hail Scary
MEL B dressed as rival Victoria
Beckham for Halloween.
Just when you thought she
couldn’t get more scary!
VEGANS seem to be taking
over the planet – and now
MasterChef star William
Sitwell has been forced to
quit his job as editor of
Waitrose Food magazine after
joking about killing them.
They go one step further
than vegetarians, following a
diet that is free from dairy and
other animal products as well
as meat. It’s seriously trendy,
with plenty of celebs signing
up. November is also World
Vegan Month.
So what should a humble
bacon-sarnie loving Brit make
of it all?
Here, JAMES MOORE has
unearthed 15 meaty facts
about veganism for a
tongue-in-cheek guide…
vegans are from
A THINK
another planet? You might
have a point. The word Vegan
was originally used by science
fiction writers to describe
aliens from the star Vega or its
solar system.
VEGANS don’t eat meat,
poultry, dairy products
such as cheese, fish, eggs or
even honey. Many aren’t
baa-rmy about other animal
products too, such as woolly
jumpers. They’re nuts about,
er, nuts as well as fruit and
plant-based dishes.
THE term vegan was
coined by Englishman
Donald Watson, who
founded the Vegan Society
in 1944. He did live to 95,
so maybe he was on to
something.
NUMBERS are
booming. A poll by
comparethemarket.
com suggests there are
3.5million vegans in the
UK but the Vegan Society
claims only 600,000 – up
350% in a decade. Half are
under 34.
HALF of those who label
themselves as plant
munchers tuck into a secret
meaty treat at the weekends.
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Picture: KEVIN MAZUR / WIREIMAGE
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D
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vegan burger and Pizza
Express has a vegan option.
ASDA sells vegan ready
vegans. Many do it for their
meals, while Tesco has
health, while others hope to
festive vegan party foods.
help the environment
Contrary to rumour, mince pies
because raising livestock
are not being renamed.
uses more energy, worsening
COOK Anthony
climate change.
HIGH in fibre and low in
Bourdain once described
cholesterol, a 2015 study
vegans as a “persistent
found vegan diets can help
irritant to any chef worth
weight loss. But experts
a damn”.
do warn that a poor
SINGER Ariana
vegan diet can put
Grande, left,
and actress Natalie
you at risk of
Portman are
missing out on
vegan, while
calcium and
Beyoncé, Ellie
vitamin B12.
IN 2016
Goulding and
Meghan Markle
Peta
have dabbled.
screened an
advert claiming
SPORT stars
vegans are better
have joined
in bed but so far
in, including F1’s
QUIT:
William
Sitwell
Lewis Hamilton,
there’s not
enough research
boxer David Haye
and footballers Fabian
to prove your meat and two
Delph, Hector Bellerin,
veg are affected.
IN January this year
Sergio Aguero, Jermain
150,000 people took part in
Defoe and Chris Smalling.
TENNIS ace Serena
Veganuary, living without
Williams introduced a
animal products for a month.
vegan clothing line, backed by
We hope they weren’t on Dry
supermodel Karlie Kloss. We
January too.
THE Gourmet Burger
don’t think that means you can
Kitchen has launched a
eat it though.
not just animal
F IT’S
rights that inspire
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Picture: GETTY
KILLED: Leicester owner
Vichai
in flags
tribute
■ EXCLUSIVE
by ROBIN COTTLE
GRIEVING Leicester City
fans will pay tribute to
tragic owner Vichai
Srivaddhanaprabha at
their game tomorrow.
Supporters will wave the
flag of the 60-year-old’s
native Thailand following
his death in a helicopter
crash. The popular
billionaire and four others
died in the tragedy outside
Leicester’s King Power
Stadium last Saturday.
The Cardiff City Stadium
is set to be awash with
Thailand’s red, white and
blue banner.
Local journalist Ian
Stringer wrote: “Does
anyone know the best place
to get a Thailand flag or
500?” Another Foxes’ fan
added: “I got a Thai flag
yesterday – you can get
them on eBay.”
Vichai is to receive a
royal funeral in Bangkok
that will last six days. He
has been granted “royal
sponsorship” for the
Buddhist ceremony.
Army vet
is raided
THIEVES swiped around
£1,500 in poppy cash from
an Army veteran.
Ex-Coldstream Guardsman Maurice Bastable, 84,
was targeted when thugs
snatched two collection
boxes stuffed with cash in
Basingstoke, Hants. A day
later they took a third tin.
Police said two men aged
28 and 54 and a 24-year-old
woman were arrested on
suspicion of theft.
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GETTING CHILLY: Loweswater in the Lake District yesterday
Arctic blast is set to
bring freezing winds
BRITAIN is set to be
battered by blizzards
this month.
A cold front is about to take
a grip as freezing winds from
the Arctic push across the
nation.
Shaz
Dolls
it up
SHARON
★
Osbourne
transforms into
busty-star Dolly
Parton for Halloween.
The Talk host, 66,
wore a huge blonde
wig and white
jumpsuit for a lip-sync
of Dolly’s classic song
9-5 on TV.
And Parton said:
“You look good,
good job, good rack
– where’d you get em?
You make a better
Dolly than I do!”
★
And bookies Ladbrokes have set
odds at just 1-3 for snow to fall
anywhere in the UK in the coming weeks.
Alex Apati from the firm
warned: “The early signs suggest
we’re set for a potentially recordbreaking Snowvember.”
Brits have been hit by a cold
spell this week.
And forecasters predict that
from next week temperatures
could plunge further, with flurries of snow pushing from Scotland into England.
The Met Office has warned of
■ by RUTH McKEE
gale force winds and torrential
freezing rain or snow.
The forecast for the weekend is:
“Unsettled with wet and windy
weather at times, especially in
the north-west, which will see
some heavy, prolonged rainfall
and gales.”
Bookies also expect the bruising
Arctic blast to continue until
Christmas.
Coral bookmakers have set the
odds at 10-11 that snow will fall
somewhere in the UK on Christmas Day.
The firm’s Harry Aitkenhead
said: “Punters love getting their
money on a White Christmas and
this cold snap has prompted an
earlier surge of bets than in
previous years.”
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
£400M ENERGY DEBT
HOUSEHOLD debts to energy
companies have soared 25% to
£400million before winter has
even begun.
Comparison site uSwitch.
com says 3m homes already
owe vast sums, with more than
one in 10 energy bill-payers in
arrears. This is an increase of
more than 300,000 households,
with the debt up £75m.
uSwitch.com expert Rik
Smith said: “This is a clear
indication of the pressure
people are under just to make
ends meet.”
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
TOP VOICE: Attenborough
David’s
a roar
talent
SIR David Attenborough
has been voted the nation’s
favourite voice.
The legendary wildlife
broadcaster, 92, beat US
actor Morgan Freeman to
the top spot.
Stephen Fry was third,
ahead of Dame Judi Dench
and Sir Sean Connery in
the study by Scrivens
Opticians & Hearing Care.
A spokesman said: “We
recognise how different
voices sound and have our
own personal favourites,
from the inspirational and
most trustworthy to those
that soothe and move us
emotionally.”
LARD TO GET ON
OVERWEIGHT staff earn
about £2,000-a-year less
than slimmer colleagues,
says a LinkedIn study into
weight discrimination.
MONSTERS FEAR GIRL
SLEEPWALK
HORROR
Hazel died in wardrobe accident
■
TRAGIC:
Hazel with
pet cat. Inset,
scene from
Monsters Inc
A 13-YEAR-old sleepwalker
accidentally
hanged herself in her
wardrobe
after
she
became scared of a
Disney film.
Hazel Bradley had developed
an obsession with hit movie
Monsters Inc, an inquest heard.
Pictures: WALES NEWS
8
Her mother Rebecca said the youngster had “issues
with her wardrobe” after seeing
the film, whose
characters emerge
through bedroom
doors
to
scare
children at night.
“She always had to
have the door shut,”
Rebecca said.
“Hazel had issues with wardrobes, so I am convinced she was
sleepwalking. She had so much
to live for.”
Hazel, of Caerphilly, Gwent,
also had a history of sleep-
■ by OLIVER PRITCHARD
walking and had been found
wandering around the family’s
kitchen in her school uniform
while asleep shortly before
her death.
The hearing in Newport was
told the girl had a “vivid
imagination” and was a
talented musician.
Rebecca told the
inquest she had
hugged and kissed
her daughter good
night after a “lovely
chat” on the night
she died.
The next morning
her father Graham,
44, found her dead.
Hazel’s death was
ruled an accident.
Senior Gwent Coroner Wendy
James said: “I cannot be certain
of her intentions, and I cannot
rule out the possibility that
death arose as a result of a
tragic accident.”
oliver.pritchard@dailystar.co.uk
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
IN COMA: Young victim
Teen in
a stolen
van hit
Leo, 3
A TEENAGER left a
three-year-old boy fighting
for his life after running
him over in a stolen van.
The 16-year-old, who
cannot be named, ploughed
into little Leo Durrington.
When police came to his
home later that day to
arrest him, the youth told
them: “It’s all right, I was
going to hand myself in
after watching Love
Island.”
The teenager was in a
Ford Transit van being
pursued by police when he
lost control on a bend in
Leigh, Gtr Manchester.
Leo was “ripped from his
mum’s hands”, police said,
and thrown 17 metres
across a pub car park.
He was put in an induced
coma and it is suspected he
may have a “significant”
brain injury.
The driver admitted
causing serious injury by
dangerous driving at
Wigan Youth Court.
He also admitted failing
to stop for police.
The teenager was accused
of other motoring offences
before the van incident. He
was bailed and will be
sentenced on November 15.
A second youth, aged 15,
was also bailed after
admitting being carried in
the stolen van.
STAR
THE British
and German
armies are set to do
battle once more – on
the football pitch. The
game in Nottingham
will mark a century
since the end of
World War One.
ABU DHAB I DO
■
BIG MOMENT:
Rio proposes to
model Kate in front
of his three children.
Right, they all hug after
she says yes
Wedding bells after Rio
proposes on luxury trip
RIO Ferdinand was celebrating
his engagement last night
after his kids begged him to
propose to model Kate Wright
in front of them on holiday.
He told fans “she said yes!” as the
pair showed off Kate’s engagement
ring on their break in Abu Dhabi.
The former England star’s news comes
BURST
Organist
in clear
A MAN who played the
organ at Prince Harry’s
wedding was hauled before
magistrates accused of
travelling on a train
without a ticket just a few
weeks later.
Luke Bond, 38, was
challenged for allegedly
not having a valid ticket at
Windsor and Eton Station.
The case was called
before a magistrate and
legal adviser at Reading
magistrates where the
prosecution officially
withdrew the summons.
No reason was given.
INTEREST FROZEN
THE Bank of England left
interest rates unchanged at
0.75% but says they could
rise after March in the
event of a “no-deal” Brexit.
■
HAPPY AGAIN:
Rio with Kate
and, right, with
Rebecca, who died
of breast cancer
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■ by TIM BAKER
three years after his first wife, Rebecca Ellison, died of breast cancer aged just 34.
Former Towie star Kate has slowly
brought 39-year-old Rio back from what he
called “a dark place”.
And she was on cloud nine last night
after the romantic proposal, saying: “The
perfect end to our holiday... How could the
answer not be yes?” Rio’s three
children by Rebecca have
grown to love Kate, 27, and
have been urging their dad to
propose for months.
And Lorenz, 12, Tate, 10, and
Tia, seven, got their way as Rio
went down on one knee. They
all hugged in a tight circle
after Kate said yes.
And they want the pair to
give them another brother or
sister as Rio and Kate start
plotting their nuptials.
A source said: “The kids love
Kate. She’ll never replace Mum
but they all have a close bond
and there have even been jokes
about babies.”
Rio swore Lorenz, Tate, and
Tia to secrecy while he shopped
for a ring.
He said: “How these three
kids kept it a secret I’ll
never know?”
Kate gave up her role on
Towie after she met Rio and
his kids.
Talking about the children,
she said: “I met Rio, he had
children who lost their
mum, they didn’t have a
woman in their lives.
“Someone needs to
be at home and give
them love.”
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MUM’S THE WORD
FOR SUZY SUSPECT
THE sex killer suspected
of murdering Suzy Lamplugh will not give up
his crime secrets until his
elderly mother dies, his
family believe.
Relatives say John Cannan fears upsetting his
96-year-old mum Sheila,
who has dementia. Yesterday a close relative of Cannan’s said: “I don’t think
he will say anything until
his mother passes away.
“They were very close.”
Cannan, 64,is serving life
for the murder of newlywed Shirley Banks who
■ by JERRY LAWTON
vanished while shopping
in Bristol in 1987.
Police have named him
as prime suspect for estate
agent Suzy’s murder a
year earlier.
The 25-year-old vanished
after leaving her office in
Fulham, south-west London, to meet a mystery client known as Mr Kipper.
Forensic experts continue to search his mum’s
former home in Sutton
Coldfield, West Mids, for
Suzy’s body.
Sex addict
killer jailed
A STUDENT who tortured
his transgender lover to
death in a four-day sex and
drugs session has been
jailed for life.
Jesse McDonald, 25, of
Hounslow, west London,
was convicted at the Old
Bailey of murdering
Naomi Hersi, 36.
Angel in a
fine mess
VANISHED: Lamplugh
A NURSE got 300 letters in
three months demanding
£7,000 in parking fines.
Astra Farmer, 34, of
Exmouth, Devon, says the
penalties go back to 2014
and she is being harassed.
A Premier Parking
Solutions spokesman said
its parking rules were clear.
Stars’ spooktacular
Klum ’n
get it...
WINNIE Harlow grabs a
★
handful of Heidi Klum
in her Halloween costume.
Heidi, as Princess Fiona,
was joined by beau Tom
Kaulitz as Shrek.
Meanwhile Spice Girl
Mel B used her
costume to tear into
bandmate Posh Spice over
the group’s on-off tour.
Scary wore a Victoria
Beckham mask and wielded
an axe with the words: “No I
am not going on tour.”
Her rumoured fella
Gary Madatyan
came as David
Beckham, while Emily
Ratajkowski rocked in a
Raquel Welch look
and Bella Hadid and
boyfriend The
Weeknd also looked
scary at New York’s
Svedka Vodka bash.
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★
★
ACID HELL
‘GHOST’ ON
■ by JACK ANDREWS
A TRICK or treater dressed as
a ghost threw acid in a man’s
face after knocking on his
door on Halloween.
The attacker, who had a sheet draped
over their head with two holes cut to
see out of, tossed two cups of liquid at
the victim, who is in his 30s.
FRIGHTENING: A ghostly outfit
The man, from High Wycombe, Bucks,
is recovering from burns after treatment
in hospital.
Det Sgt David Mitchell said: “This is a
worrying attack involving a liquid, which
has been established as a high-strength
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
show
at party
Pilot drunk
in cockpit
A PILOT has admitted
being almost 10 times over
the alcohol limit 50
minutes before taking off
from Heathrow Airport.
JAL First Officer
Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42,
will be sentenced at
Isleworth Crown Court
on November 29.
REVELLERS’ FURY
AT ADOLF OUTFIT
The end
of the TV
A NIGHT in front of the
box is over as millennials
ditch televisions and
stream shows on phones,
tablets and laptops.
A third of us switch on
our smart phones during
the commute as we cannot
wait to get home to watch
our favourite programmes.
Pictures: GETTY
ATTACK BY
DOORSTEP
And trick-or-treater ‘given drugs’
corrosive substance. Although the victim
sustained burns to his face and feet,
thankfully these were not too serious.”
The attack happened on the same day
that sales of corrosive liquid were outlawed to everyone without a Government
licence yesterday.
Anyone caught with acid faces being
jailed for two years.
Elsewhere, a 14-year-old boy has been
left with a serious brain injury after being mown down by a car which swerved
into him when it was hit by an egg thrown
on Halloween and the driver could not see
out of the windscreen. The driver and her
passenger, a young child, were unharmed
but the boy remains in a serious condition in hospital in Southend, Essex.
Meanwhile, a child may have been given
drugs in her trick-or-treat bucket.
Tests are being carried out on pink
tablets that were handed over to a girl in
Shiremoor, North Tyneside.
jack.andrews@dailystar.co.uk
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OUTRAGE: Smith
A MAN slammed for dressing as Adolf Hitler at a
Halloween fancy dress
party has insisted he is
done “nothing wrong”.
Brandon Smith, 27, said:
“It was only a bit of fun.
“I haven’t done anything
wrong at all.”
However, one person at
the bash at the Sand le
Mere holiday village in
Holderness, East Yorks,
said: “It really was outrageous.
“This really crossed the
line. There was an exArmy officer there and he
■ by OLIVER PRITCHARD
was upset by it all.” A
woman, who did not want
to be named, said: “What
made him think it was
acceptable in any shape
or form?”
Smith, of Rotherham,
South Yorks, claims he
won the competition.
However, a spokeswoman
for the park said this was
not the case.
Park manager Rebecca
Grant said: “We will put in
place stricter guidelines
for future events.”
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show with his menace
on terrifying closer Give
Me A Signal.
Brutally brilliant.
Sheridan Smith: A
Northern Soul ***
GUTSY songs, defiant attitude
and a powerful voice to boot.
All that is missing so far
is the subtlety in Sheridan’s
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LITTLE Mix are set for
their most outrageous
collab with the rock
band featuring Jade
Thirlwall’s boyfriend.
Jade’s fella Jed Elliott is
bassist with The Struts and
the rockers are well up for
Jade’s gang helping them in
the studio.
Struts singer Luke Spiller
told me: “We would all absolutely love Jade to feature on a
Struts song, it would be absolutely fantastic.
“Could you imagine a collaboration of The Struts and Little
Mix? It would be preposterous,
insane.”
Jade has already guested with
the band on a cover of T.
Rex’s classic 70s hit Get It
On at a show in LA.
Referring to Queen
and David Bowie’s
chart-topping 1981
duet, Luke added:
“If we did something together, it
might
just
be
our Under Pressure
moment.”
The Struts have
supported a host of
huge bands including
The Rolling Stones
and The Who.
Luke,
whose
band Stones are well into their
released anthemic new seventies and they still
album
Young
And want it. That’s naturally
Dangerous this week, inspiring to us.”
enthused: “The thing all
Dave Grohl has even
those bands have in com- called The Struts the best
mon is they work their band to ever support Foo
absolute t**s off. The Fighters – and he might
produce their next LP.
Before then, Luke might
release his own range of
sunglasses.
He revealed: “Everyone
from fans to Aerosmith’s
singer Steven Tyler has
asked me about the
sunglasses I wear.
“It is in development
after I have spoken to a
few people.”
STORMZY’S DAFT
PRANK
GRIME superstar Stormzy
has revealed a silly school
prank stopped him from
going to university.
He admitted he had the
smarts to go but was kicked
out of college.
Stormzy told Jonathan
Ross: “That was always the
path that I was supposed to
go on… I got kicked out, not
for anything crazy. It sounds
mad but we were messing
around and I just put loads
of chairs on the student so
he was trapped.”
Luckily, things turned out
great, Stormzy has published
a book and won at the
Investing n Ethnicity Awards.
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JAMES CABOOTER’S
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with SAM MAYERS
George: I did
not sack Jon
Bey goes
with the
Flo-Jo
IT’S official,
Beyoncé has a
better fancy dress
wardrobe than 1970s
cartoon star Mr Benn.
Yesterday the
singer played Toni
Braxton and now
she is dressed
up as US
Olympic
sprint legend
Flo-Jo.
Hubby Jay-Z
also got involved
with the Olympic
theme as Tommie
Smith,, who made the
Black Power salute as a
political demonstration at
the 1968 Olympics.
And Beyoncé flaunted her
athletic bod as she nailed Flo’s
sprinting stance in her famous
one-legged running outfit.
Is Beyoncé the queen of Halloween?
BOY George has poured scorn on reports that he
sacked Culture Club drummer Jon Moss.
The sticksman has pulled out of the band’s European
tour to spend more time with his family.
Boy George told ITV’s Jonathan Ross Show: “There
are actually four people in the band so I’m not the grand
wizard, I can’t just fire people. It is a democracy now.
“At the moment he is taking a break. We went on
a very gruelling tour last year and Jon said quite
openly that he wanted to spend more time with his
kids – he’s got great kids and he’s a great dad and
that’s what he wants to do.
“As far as we are concerned, he is still part
of Culture Club. There is always friction but, no,
I didn’t sack him.”
Carly’s slice
of the action
CARLY Rae Jepsen is
back with another pop banger
– and an endless supply of Domino’s.
The Call Me Maybe songstress
has returned with new upbeat single
Party For One and its music video.
And she’s certainly matured with self-loving
lyrics such as: “If you don’t care about
me, then I’m making love to myself. Back
on my beat.”
Turning 30 has clearly worked
wonders for Carly.
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BRAIN CANCER LINK
OF MOBILE
PHONES
Tests on rats spark tumour fears
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
■ by TONY WHITFIELD
MOBILE phone signals
could trigger cancer in
the heart and brain, scientists warn.
There was a clear link with
male rats exposed to harmful
levels in tests.
more likely to develop tumours. The
£23million, 10-year study focused
on 2G and 3G phones, although Dr
Bucher said it also applied to 4G
networks.
But he added: “The power levels of
the exposures were much higher than
Pictures: CATERS
Senior scientist Dr John Bucher
said: “Cell phones utilise a type
of radio waves – or radio fre-
quency radiation (RFR) – to transmit
between devices and the network.
Exposure to RFR occurs through cell
phones and wireless devices.”
Dr Bucher’s team found that rats
exposed to higher levels of
such radiation were much
GEORGIA GIVES
EX BUM’S RUSH
■
FROM BOTTOM
TO TOP: Fella’s
comments drove
Georgia to victory
★
GEORGIA Twiddy rocks the
catwalk after winning a bodybuilding competition – after an ex told
her she had a rubbish bum.
The 20-year-old midwifery
student from Cromer, Norfolk,
dumped him and hit the gym. She
said: “I was utterly shocked to win.”
★
STAR
A SILVER
cigarette case
given to legendary
playwright Oscar
Wilde by the male lover
he went to prison for is
expected to sell for
£100,000 at auction
in Wiltshire.
BURST
/lmx
Kids snag tag
A BURGLAR breached a curfew because his grandchildren
unplugged his electronic tag to power their games consoles, a court was told.
Fred Moulton, 50, of Swindon, was fined £10 at the town’s
crown.
His “grandchildren pulling out the plug to charge their
games consoles” may have caused a “technical breach”,
prosecutors said.
typical human use.” Dr Bucher,
who led the National Toxicology
Programme in Durham, North
Carolina, US, added: “The link
between RFR and tumours in
male rats is real.”
news@dailystar.co.uk
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Junk food
hell towns
BRITAIN’S unhealthiest
high streets have been
named as Grimsby, Walsall
and Blackpool.
People in these areas –
with the most fast-food
shops – live two-and-a-half
years less than those in
places with the healthiest
high streets.
Shirley Cramer, from the
Royal Society for Public
Health, said: “Unhealthy
businesses concentrate in
areas which already
experience higher levels of
deprivation and obesity.”
ONLY THE LONELY
MORE than 7million
people aged 60 or over
will feel lonely by 2030,
claims research by
think-tank Demos.
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EMOJI KILLS LOVE
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
Meghan
father
shuts it
THOMAS Markle hopes to
heal the rift with estranged
daughter Meghan by not
cashing in on her
pregnancy.
A Los Angeles-based
media acquaintance said:
“The offers for an
interview about becoming
a grandfather to a royal
child came flooding in.
“But after much soul
searching, he has decided
taking money now would
not help him with his
reunion hopes with
Meghan.”
Earlier this year Markle
was paid to pose for snaps
while being measured for a
wedding suit.
WHAT A TURN-UP
FIREMEN called to reports
of a capsized boat found it
was a jump for waterskiers
on the River Great Ouse
near King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
Pictures: PA
GRANDAD: Thomas
■
WALKOUT:
Google office in
London. Below right, a
protester in Dublin
Shy Brits use symbols
to show how they feel
PEOPLE
are
using
emojis to show their
feelings because they
are too shy to say “I
love you”.
More than half of us
text cute symbols to
loved ones because
we cannot bring
ourselves to speak
the three magic
words.
GOOGLE PROTEST
STAFF at Google offices
■
around the world have
walked out in protest at the tech
giant’s treatment of women.
Employees are furious
over how the company has
handled allegations of sexual
assault against former workers
at the firm.
Google boss Sundar Pichai
said he supports the staff’s
right to take action over the
issue. Staff in London, Dublin,
Tokyo and New York took part.
■
We even find it difficult to write out the
full phrase and prefer
to use the love heart symbol or the heart eyes motif instead, according
to a study.
Shockingly, Brits
are happier telling
their pets they love
them than their parents with 39% of us
saying the words to
our animals every day.
Meanwhile, 12% of us
tell our mums we love them
daily. But underneath it all we
are a nation of softies, with 44%
showing affection to our loved
ones every 24 hours.
Warming up the bed, saving
the last chocolate in the box and
■ by RUTH McKEE
even being quiet in the morning
are all worth more than words.
And the best way to show you
care is to accept a lover’s imperfections – 47% of Brits say it
means the most when
flaws are forgotten.
We are also careful
about using the special words, with four
in 10 believing that
saying “I love you”
too often makes it
meaningless.
Ian Tweedale from
Thorntons, who carried
out the research, said:
“It’s not about what’s
under the Christmas
tree but about who’s
around it.
“Our Continental
Journeys competition is helping families ‘Pass The Love
On’ by bringing together loved ones during
the holidays.
“We’re also proud to be passing the love on to the charity
SSAFA, which supports our
servicemen and women, veterans and their families.”
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
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GAME FOR A
LAUGH: Smiling
lad is undressed by
a woman in a club
PARTY ON…& ON
FUN-loving cougars
n
desperately clinging on to
their youth are taking over
Magaluf.
The notorious Majorca resort
was once the playground of
British youngsters looking for a
wild time abroad.
But health-obsessed
millennials have spurned wild
party breaks, and this week saw
the last-ever Club 18-30 holidays.
When the Daily Star visited
“Shagaluf”, most of the tourists
were women in their 40s and 50s.
But they did not let age stop
them having a good time.
And as the night went on, many
let their hair down and took part
in the town’s notorious drinking
games.
TUM TOTS: Drinking shots from belly
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BAGGAGE
BANDITS
Fury at new Ryanair charges
RYANAIR sparked uproar yesterday after it started to
charge passengers for carryon suitcases.
Holidaymakers will now have to
fork out extra to bring all but the
smallest bags on board aircraft.
Only those paying £6 for priority boarding will be able to take a small case weighing up to 10kg into the cabin.
This is the second time this year the
budget airline has changed its rules,
which came into force yesterday. Sophie
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Griffiths, editor of Travel Trade Gazette,
warned that some passengers may learn
of the new restrictions only when they get
to the boarding gate.
She said: “I’m not sure everyone will be
aware of the changes – it could result in
massive confusion.”
The news was blasted on social media.
One user called it “absolute robbery” and
a “transparent cash grab”.
Another asked: “How can you call yourself a low-cost airline?” The changes have
already caused trouble at
Stansted Airport, where
scores of passengers were
forced to wait due to confusion over their bags.
But Ryanair yesterday
insisted it would be flexible
with customers while they
became familiar with the
new rules.
A spokesman said: “We
have briefed our gate agents
to take a reasonable approach.”
The campany said the
changes would help to reduce boarding times and
delays to flights.
WAITING GAME: Passengers face new charges
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Wild for
the west
COWBOY-themed
video game Red Dead
Redemption II has
broken sales records
to mark the singlebiggest opening
weekend in the history
of entertainment.
Notching up £570m
worldwide the game
scored the highest day
one sales and record
sales for the first three
days on the market.
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Kremlin
net rap
RUSSIAN Twitter trolls
spreading anti-Muslim
hate across Britain clock
up the highest message
count on the social
media forum.
Nine million tweets from
the Kremlin rumour
machine on Twitter were
released last month alone
as Vladimir Putin’s cyber
war machine continues
to wage a “soft” battle
over the internet.
Divisive messages about
Islam were more common
from the fake accounts
than any other topic,
including Brexit.
Cheat’s
4 jobs
A BENEFITS cheat
pocketed £30,000 in
handouts while secretly
holding down four jobs.
Rassul Kadir, 31, claimed
incapacity benefit for a bad
back while working at a
grocery firm, cake-makers,
recruitment agency and
vitamins company.
The former Afghan
asylum seeker admitted
fraudulently failing to
disclose information and
making a false statement to
claim council tax benefit.
He was given a 30-week
jail sentence suspended for
12 months at Preston
Crown Court.
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Torment over dad’s
terrible final days
EXCLUSIVE ■ by JACK ANDREWS
TELLY host Sue Perkins has told of her
dying father’s harrowing last days.
“If he were my dog, I would have put him down,”
the former Great British Bake Off presenter said.
Sue lost her beloved dad Bert to a brain tumour. She
revealed that at one stage
he was hallucinating so she
did an uplifting commentary of a Germany v England game for him.
The star, 49, said in a
new book recollecting her
father’s death: “We are now
at the endgame.
“His anxiety is worsening. He is gurning and clawing at the bed sheets.
“If he were my dog, I
would have put him down
three days ago.
ANGUISH: Perkins
“He will live like this for
another week.
“All of us are gathered thinking we’d put 42 goals
past our old rivals, while
around his bed.”
She revealed that when they ended the match with
her dad was hallucinating only two players on the
due to the amount of mor- pitch.”
Sue was with her dad
phine he was on, she and
her family acted out an when he died aged 80.
“I had my head to his
England match.
Sue said: “As it happens, heart when he took his
England did indeed win, a last,” she wrote in her book
East Of Croydon.
mere 3-2 against Germany.
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A STAR
IS
BORN
...But what was life like in 1978?
HERE’S our snapshot of life in Britain 40 years ago…
WHO WAS THE
PRIME MINISTER?
1979
A HISTORIC day as Conservative
Margaret Thatcher becomes our
first female Prime Minister.
Labour’s Jim Callaghan, nicknamed
“Sunny Jim”, was in Number 10, but
not for long. The looming Winter Of
Discontent saw strikes sweep the
nation and Margaret Thatcher take over
the following year. The US President
was Democrat Jimmy Carter.
WHAT WAS ON THE BOX?
On November 2, you could have tuned
in to Top Of The Pops featuring Queen
and Showaddywaddy, as well as The
Good Life starring Richard Briers and
Felicity Kendal.
Other telly hits of the year included
Blake’s 7, All Creatures Great And
Small, Grange Hill, The Incredible Hulk,
Cheggers Plays Pop and Dallas began
in this year too.
WHAT WAS IN
THE CHARTS?
On this day, you could have bought the
debut album by The Police called
Outlandos d'Amour, featuring the hit
■ by JAMES MOORE
single Roxanne. At number one in the
charts was Summer Nights with John
Travolta and Olivia Newton-John from
the movie Grease. It held the top spot
for seven weeks.
Also in the charts were Rat Trap by
The Boomtown Rats and Rasputin by
Boney M.
WHAT WAS ON AT
THE MOVIES?
Weepie Watership Down had just been
released. Other hit films of the year
included Superman and slasher flick
Halloween.
WHO WAS HOT?
Sex symbol Farrah Fawcett appeared
on the cover of Playboy.
WHAT WAS HAPPENING
IN SPORT?
Liverpool, boasting stars including
Kenny Dalglish and Graeme Souness,
were top of the old First Division.
Earlier in the year, Brian Clough’s
Nottingham Forest had won the First
Division title, Ipswich won the FA Cup
and Argentina won the FIFA World
Cup. Bjorn Borg won Wimbledon and
the legendary Muhammad Ali defeated
Leon Spinks in the boxing ring.
WHAT ELSE WAS
IN THE NEWS?
Louise Brown – the world's first test
tube baby – was born, the elusive
Yorkshire Ripper committed more
murders and defector Georgi Markov
was assassinated in London with a
poisoned-tipped umbrella.
CELEBRITY BIRTHS:
The year gave us TV’s Myleene Klass
and James Corden, singer Rachel
Stevens, actress Katie Holmes,
footballers Frank Lampard and Rio
Ferdinand, plus model Katie Price.
FAMOUS DEATHS:
Keith Moon, rock drummer of The Who,
and Nancy Spungen was stabbed to
death by Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols.
IN THE FIRST DAILY STAR
Football legend and recovering
alcoholic Jimmy Greaves revealed his
battle with the bottle.
HOW MUCH DID THINGS COST?
13p
Pint of beer – 32p; pint of milk – 13p, loaf of bread
– 28p; packet of 20 cigarettes – 58p; average house
price – £13,820; cost of a Ford Capri – £4,035; gallon
of petrol – 76p; weekly wage – £89 for men, £56 for
women; Daily Star – 6p.
6p
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1991
HARD-HITTING cover after RAF’s
John Peters and John Nichol are
shot down and captured in Iraq.
2001
DISGRACED author Jeffrey Archer
is jailed for perjury after suing the
Star. He finally paid up a year later.
32p
2004
58p
DEVASTATING tsunami strikes in
the Indian Ocean. The death toll
would reach an estimated 228,000.
2017
THE horror of the Grenfell Tower
inferno in west London shocked
the nation and led to 72 deaths.
FIRST
PAGE 3
GIRL
NOW SHE’S A GRAN
GORGEOUS Karen
Richardson, our first Page
3 girl, is now a glamorous
grandmother aged 60.
She gave up modelling at
21 and these days lifts
spirits in a different way –
as a psychotherapist in
south-west London. Karen,
right, has been a qualified
counsellor for 19 years,
Our “Page 3” models
originally appeared on
Page 7 – where they
remained for several years.
40 YEAR ANNI
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Fergie: Veron key
to Euro glory
Boro boss: I’ll know
when to quit England
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TOTTENHAM legend Ossie Ardiles last
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The former Argentine international, who first
played for Spurs before having a spell as their boss,
blasted the club for not spending enough money.
Ardiles accused Glenn Hoddle’s squad of not
being good enough. And he claimed Spurs lag way
behind Manchester United’s challengers, never
mind the reigning champions themselves.
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Hoddle’s crop of summer signings raised hopes of
an exciting season, with Gus Poyet, Christian
Ziege, Teddy Sheringham, Goran Bunjevcevic and
Kasey Keller all moving to White Hart Lane.
But they took four games to record their first
Premiership win, Sunday’s 2-0 triumph over
Southampton, and Ardiles rapped: “I’m afraid to say
that Spurs will be a middle-of-the-table club for a
long time to come.
“They’re still a long way off Liverpool,
Arsenal, Leeds and Chelsea, let alone United.
They can’t compete with the top clubs financially
and until that changes they won’t progress.”
Big Apple horror puts us on brink of war
SPECIAL EDITION ON THE WORST TERRORIST OUTRAGE IN HISTORY
2001
WE called the 9/11 Twin
Towers attack on New
York “the worst terrorist
outrage in history”. The
revulsion felt around the
world was encapsulated
in this dramatic, iconic
Daily Star front page.
2009
THE death of the King of
Pop is the biggest
showbiz shock of the last
40 years. Jacko was
found collapsed at his LA
mansion, triggering an
outpouring of grief
around the world.
RUSH-HOUR TERROR: 7 7 0 5
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BASTARDS
al-Qaida suicide bombers blitz London
60 dead, 1,000 injured, 300 serious
Ken Bigley’s killers behind carnage
TUBES & BUS HIT BY 4 BLASTS
2005
● Pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 32 & 33
THE Star did not mince
words when al-Qaida
brought terror to London.
Our Page One summed
up what the country was
saying as suicide
bombers killed dozens of
innocent commuters.
IVERSARY
1997
THIS stunning portrait
dominated The Star’s
tribute edition after Diana
died in August, 1997.
Our touching story told
how millions of Britons
were left heartbroken by
the Paris car crash.
The biggest outpouring
of sorrow was for her
young children, Prince
William, then 15, and
Harry, 12.
The beauty of the
People’s Princess was
captured by French
fashion photographer
Patrick Demarchelier.
The tragedy came 16
years after Diana wed
Prince Charles in July,
1981. That event was
commemorated by
another landmark Star
front page, right.
NEWS
1980
THE world mourned as ex-Beatle
John Lennon was shot dead by
Mark Chapman in New York.
1987
THE Herald of Free Enterprise
ferry capsized at the Belgian port
of Zeebrugge, with 193 lives lost.
1990
WE told of Nelson Mandela’s
release from jail in South Africa.
He saluted with a clenched fist.
2000
FIREWORKS as we welcomed
January 1 with a souvenir edition
of your favourite paper.
2001
PRESIDENT George Bush puts a
price on the head of Osama bin
Laden, the evil 9/11 mastermind.
2002
THE Star demanded justice for
Soham killer Ian Huntley’s victims
Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.
2005
WE helped the nation celebrate
London beating Paris in the race
to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
2007
A MYSTERY that is still unsolved
today... the disappearance of
Madeleine McCann.
2017
HORROR as a suicide bomber
strikes at an Ariana Grande
concert in Manchester, killing 22.
SPORT
1986
DIEGO Maradona’s “Hand of God”
goal helped Argentina knock
England out of the World Cup.
1989
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goals at Anfield to snatch the title
off Liverpool – and they did.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2003
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Holland 4-1 at Wembley – but the
Germans won it of course.
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EU HERO: Jerzy Dudek celebrates
37 years, 114 days,
17 hours and 53
minutes later ...
we’re World
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■
from DANNY FULLBROOK
in Istanbul
His last-gasp strike against
the Australians in Sydney
meant Clive Woodward’s team
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MIKE Tyson is disqualified for
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ENGLAND win the Ashes for the
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w a y b a ck t o a n u n for get t a b le
victor y la st n igh t.
An d s k i p p er St even Ger r a r d
a dded to th e Mer sey joy wh en h e
sa id it wou ld n ow be im possible for
h im to w a lk aw ay fr om th e clu b.
Ger r a r d, con sta n tly lin k ed w ith a
su m m er m ove to Ch elsea , sa id: “How
ca n I leave a fter a n igh t lik e th a t? We’ve
exper ien ced som e fa n ta stic n igh ts th is
sea son .
had landed four penalties but
been off-target with three
drop-goal attempts before the
fateful moment arrived.
“I sat back and thought I’d
have to have a shot from a
good bit further away,” said
the fly-half.
“But Matt Dawson found a
gap and sped away. That
stopped close to the line and I
thought they looked ready to
charge me, but Martin
Johnson took it on and gave
me the time I needed.”
The kick went over for a
victory that takes the Webb
Ellis Trophy – previously
won by Australia twice, New
Zealand and South Africa –
out of the southern hemisphere for the first time.
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JONNY WILKINSON
ended 37 years of hurt
for English sports fans
when his drop goal in
the last minute of extra
time clinched the rugby
World Cup.
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JONNY Wilkinson’s late drop goal
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2005
2012
SERGIO Aguero’s stoppage time
winner against QPR won the title
for Manchester City.
2012
“MIRACLE of Istanbul” as
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win the Champions League.
ANOTHER miracle – in Medinah
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P ‘TRAM MAP’ HAILED AS BRITISH BAYEUX TAPESTRY
Blast
T has been dubbed Britain’s
ayeux Tapestry – an epic story
conflict and loss painted
cross a 70ft canvas.
But this incredible work was actually
eated by servicemen from World War
ne to honour their fallen comrades.
And look closely to see the story of war –
emy and Allied planes in the sky, a battleld and soldiers smoking and reading letters
rat-infested trenches.
The canvas also poignantly lists the names
more than 960 men who lost their lives.
t tells the story of one regiment’s bravery
d sacrifice through World War One – a
bute to the fallen by those who were lucky
ough to make it home.
t was painted on canvas by the North
affordshire 5th Battalion, a panorama of
e battlefields on which soldiers from the
giment fought between 1914-1918.
Survivors
This unit suffered almost double the average
sualty rate on the Western Front.
t opens in Flanders in 1915, where the North
affs saw their first action at Hill 60 in the
estern Front’s trench network.
n the same year, they suffered their worst
sses at the Battle of Loos, when 800 men
ent over the top and 500 were lost in half an
ur. That is depicted in the painting, with the
ecked city in northern France named.
By the start of 1918 the battalion had sufred so many fatalities it was disbanded and
e survivors transferred to other units.
The survivors painted it in 1921 when, durg a reunion, one suggested they painted a
ll of honour on to an industrial canvas. But
from
the
by NADINE LINGE
the piece was lost for more than 30 years until
it was discovered in vaults at the Potteries
Museum and Art Gallery in Stoke.
It had been dumped in the back of a storeroom, wrapped in a sheet with a label attached
to it reading “Tram Map of Stoke-on-Trent”.
Staff were shocked when they unrolled it
and found this artwork inside.
Luckily, the colours have not faded because
it has never been exposed to sunlight.
But it still needs conservation work, so only
a section is on show currently as part of the
museum’s For The Fallen exhibition, which
runs until November 18.
The display is helping to raise money for
restoration of the artwork and a full display
in 2021 to mark the centenary of the Royal
British Legion.
Local historian Levison Wood, the father of
TV explorer Levison Wood Jr, has spent four
years recording every fallen member of the
battalion. He says: “These are the teardrops of
a lost generation.”
Cllr Abi Brown, deputy leader of Stoke-onTrent City Council, adds: “We’ve been able to
reveal, for the first time in decades, this absolutely amazing artwork which was created by
World War One servicemen.
“It’s a hand-painted interpretation of the
huge losses suffered by the 5th Battalion of
the North Staffordshire Regiment during the
First World War.
“This discovery is particularly
poignant as we approach the 100
years commemoration of the end
of World War One.”
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MOVIES have taught us plenty
about Helen Mirren and Judi
Dench’s Queens of England.
SLAUGHTERHOUSE RULEZ
(15)
★★
SHAUN Of The Dead duo Simon
Pegg and Nick Frost return to the
comedy horror genre.
Pegg plays a teacher at Slaughterhouse public school, which is
invaded by subterranean monsters after its headmaster (Michael
Sheen) allows fracking on site.
Frost plays an environmental
protester but laughs and scares
are shockingly thin on the ground.
But until now, no film-maker has
bothered to show us what went down
on St Peter’s Field, Manchester, two
centuries ago.
BALLET AND DISNEY MEET
IT’S A
■
CRACKER:
Mackenzie Foy
THE NUTCRACKER
AND THE FOUR
REALMS (PG)
★★★★
TCHAIKOVSKY’S ballet
The Nutcracker meets
C.S Lewis’s The Lion, The
Witch And The Wardrobe
in this charming Disney
fantasy.
We begin in the company of a grieving Victorian
family. As this is the first
Christmas tomboy Clara
Stahlbaum (Mackenzie
Foy) has spent without
her mother, she is in no
mood to go to the annual
party held by her rich
god-father Drosselmeyer
plays Clara, who
is transported to
a magical world
New video releases
ADRIFT (12)
(Download now, DVD and
Blu-ray from Monday)
★★★★
THIS fact-based film
makes one thing
abundantly clear: the sea
can be blooming scary.
And heaven help any
poor souls sailing on it,
should it be in one of its
angrier moods.
Shailene Woodley is
Tami Oldham, an
adventure-seeking soul
who in the autumn of
1983 embarks on a
perilous ocean journey
with fellow sailor and
free-spirit Richard Sharp
(Sam Claflin).
This loved-up pair get
hired to sail a yacht from
Tahiti to California,
a 4,000-mile trip
which turns out to
coincide with the most
NEXT WEEK: A grouch
tries to ruin Christmas in
The Grinch, an animated
version of a Dr Seuss tale.
Benedict Cumberbatch
voices the killjoy.
THE WEEK AFTER:
Jonny Depp’s power-crazy
wizard is gunning for Jude
Law’s Dumbledore in
Fantastic Beasts:
The Crimes Of
Grindelwald, the second
Harry Potter prequel.
A public
menace
PETERLOO (12A)
Salford-born director Mike Leigh aims to
put that right with his beautifully shot,
powerfully performed and rightly furious
drama about this neglected turning point
in British history.
On August 16, 1819, 100,000 working class
Lancastrians gathered peacefully for what
would now be called a pro-democracy
demonstration.
By today’s standards, their demands seem
modest. They simply wanted to have enough money
ANDY’S RATING
to eat and a vote in general
elections, a right then reserved for the class of people who put them to work as Secrets And Lies. But
in dark Satanic mills. The his fascinating build-up
authorities’ response was shows how Britain arrived
to call in the cavalry.
at this massacre and what
motivated key figures.
Crushed
Leigh’s decision to cast
A combined attack from actors from the area pays
the military and the Man- off with semi-improvised
chester yeomanry left 15 dialogue in authentic Landead and hundreds seri- cashire dialect.
ously injured.
No one character domiThe Press ironically nates, but Maxine Peake
dubbed it Peterloo after delivers some great lines
the battle of Waterloo.
as millworker Nellie, and
The authorities in Lon- Neil Bell shines as Sam
don took that as badge of Bamford, the pragmatic
honour. To them, the seeds reformer from Middleton.
of dangerous dissent had
When the workers gather
been righteously crushed.
with their families for the
But Peterloo became a rally, we know precisely
rallying point for working what is at stake as the
class protest.
horror unfolds.
This seems like an unuHere, Leigh is painting
sual project for Leigh, best on the broadest of canvasknown for small-scale, es. It seems the 75-year-old
actor-centric dramas such is just getting started.
★ COMING SOON ★
(Morgan Freeman). She
perks up when she learns
that her mother has left
behind presents for her
and her two siblings.
Clara receives an eggshaped music box with a
note that reads “everything you need is inside”.
Surprisingly, the box is
locked and there is no
key but Clara notices an
inscription which reveals
that it was made by
Drosselmeyer.
Suddenly, she is pestering her father (Matthew
Macfadyen) to take her
to the ball.
There her godfather has
hidden presents for the
children in his mansion.
When Clara finds she’s
been gifted a key, she is
transported to a magical
world called The Realms
which is peopled by human-sized, living toys.
The costumes and the
fantasy worlds are beautifully designed and the
score beautifully riffs
on themes from Tchaikovsky’s ballet.
Director Lasse Wallström makes sure that
the
delightful
action
scenes are just scary
enough to bewitch younger children.
MIKE WARD’S SMALL SCREEN
stupendously terrifying
storm the Pacific Ocean
has witnessed in, like,
forever (excuse the
technical jargon), pretty
much trashing the vessel
and leaving them
bobbing about in the
middle of nowhere. Can
Tami single-handedly
navigate what’s left of
this yacht to safety?
She’s their only hope,
because Richard is in a
bad way. “My ribs are
broken, my legs are
shattered,” he tells her.
“I’m dead weight…”
their old playground
game of tag.
A decent cast – among
them Ed Helms, Jon
Hamm and Jeremy
Renner – feels rather
wasted in a story which,
despite the warmth of
the real-life tale it’s
loosely based on, rapidly
becomes charmless.
Jerry is the one who’s
successfully stayed
tag-free all these years,
but the others feel
sure his wedding will
see him take his eye
off the ball.
TAG (15)
(Download now, DVD from
Monday)
★★★
A BUNCH of old school
pals continue to
connect in middle age by
annually resurrecting
MARCH OF THE
PENGUINS 2: THE NEXT
STEP (U)
(Download, DVD and
Blu-ray from Monday)
★★★★
NOW, this is more like it:
a beautifully filmed and
heartwarming
mini-masterpiece from
Oscar-winning nature
documentary maker
Luc Jacquet.
Returning to the
Antarctic (the setting
for 2005’s precursor to
this), he deploys the
very latest filming
technology to craft
a touching tale of an
emperor penguin and
his newborn son.
NANCY (12)
(Download and DVD from
Monday)
★★★
THIS rather unsettling
psychological thriller
has Andrea Riseborough
as a woman convinced
she was abducted as a
child, and who now
believes she’s found her
real parents.
■
SEA SORE:
Sam Clafin
and Shailene
Woodley in Adrift
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
27
ALL THE TOP
TELLY NEWS
with PETER DYKE and ED GLEAVE
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
Red-hot
Cole is
odds on
BIG
BROTHER
CAMERON Cole is the
hot favourite to be
crowned the last-ever
champion.
Bookies Coral is offering odds of 8-11 that
he will win in Monday’s
live final.
Coral spokesman Harry
Aitkenhead said: “With
Lewis out of the picture
now it looks as though
Big Brother is Cameron’s
to lose and he is odds
on to claim the honour
of winning the last ever
Big Brother series.
“Akeem Griffiths is the
only other housemate
who might be able to
challenge Cameron, and
the rest seem to be
playing for third place at
best now.”
SPECIAL: Merchant
edward.gleave@dailystar.co.uk
WATERSHIP DOWN
HARE-RAISING
ADVENTURES
HERE’S a sneak peek of the BBC’s lavish new
adaptation of Richard Adams’s classic novel.
The two-parter boasts an all-star cast including
plenty of Hollywood names – Rosamund Pike,
James McAvoy, Sir Ben Kingsley and Gemma
Arterton will all voice characters.
Peter Capaldi, John Boyega, Daniel Kaluuya
and Taron Egerton are also involved.
And Oscar-winner Sam Smith has recorded an
original song for the show.
He said: “I am so excited and honoured to be a
part of this new adaptation of Watership Down.
“This story is so powerful and timeless.”
It will air on BBC One this Christmas.
Strictly’s
a splitter
Steve in
gift for ALESHA SPILLS THE BEANS
his Dad
ALESHA Dixon has admitted Strictly stars
risk ruining their relationships when they
sign up for the show.
CLICK &
COLLECT
STEPHEN Merchant is
set to be at the heart
of the BBC’s Christmas
schedule.
The sidekick of Ricky
Gervais and Karl Pilkington will star alongside
People Just Do Nothing
star Asim Chaudhry in a
one-off comedy about
two neighbours on a road
trip to collect a Christmas present.
Stephen said: “Every
year my family watch the
big Christmas TV specials and my dad falls
asleep half way through.
“This year, I’m very
excited to be starring in a
big Christmas TV special
that my dad can fall
asleep halfway through.”
The show will air on
BBC One.
The pop star competed on the programme in 2007
and went on to win it.
She said: “If I was in a relationship at the time when I
was asked to do the show, it would have been a thing I’d
have to consider.
“Even for example, I did
the NERD video for She
Wants To Move and I
remember when I got the
phone call to do that the and the nonsense that goes
first thing I said was ‘I hope on. Do you know what
they don’t want me to kiss though, the sexual chemishim’ because I was in a try is real.
relationship and these
“You’re rubbing up upon
things are important.
them! It is intense so I
“But the fact that I was can see how it goes down
single on Strictly and didn’t that road.”
have to worry about any of ● Alesha spills the beans
that was helpful. I could on The Jonathan Ross
just focus on that trophy!”
Show, which airs tomorrow
Alesha was partnered at 10.35pm on ITV.
with hunky professional
dancer Matthew Cutler on
LOUIE Spence,
Strictly.
Georgia Steel and
Joking she fancied him,
Mark Francis have
she added: “I was single at
signed
up for 5STAR’s
the time. I probably tried to
new reality series
snog him, knowing me.
Celebs
On The Ranch
“The thing is on Strictly I
which will be filmed in
was just so focused on doAmerica’s wild west.
ing well that I didn’t have
time for the hanky panky
STRICTLY
★
CHEMISTRY: Alesha says dancing is sexy
RED STEVIE’S
SILVER LINING
MAKE US DREAM
STEVEN Gerrard is set to lift the lid on his
glittering football career.
A new biopic will be shown in cinemas on
November 15 before streaming on Amazon
Prime Video.
It is directed by Sam Blair, who won a string
of awards for his critically-acclaimed Amy
Winehouse doc.
A Prime Video spokesman said: “Make Us
Dream takes a close-up look at the man behind
the legend – taking in the highs of Istanbul, the
inner conflict of staying loyal to his boyhood
club and the turmoil of coming agonisingly
close to the trophy that has always eluded him:
the Premier League Trophy.
“It tells a story that is both deeply personal
and reflective of a wider story of our times.”
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6.00 Letterbox Gameshow,
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8.00 Sign Zone: Gardeners’
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12.15 Politics Live With Jo Coburn.
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Auctioneers Christina Trevanion
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Zoe Ball invites a panel of celebrity
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ahead of tomorrow night’s show. (W)
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain
A lively mix of news and current
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Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
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chat, lifestyle features, advice and
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from a female perspective. (W) (S)
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answer questions. (R) (W) (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Gameshow,
hosted by Ben Shephard, in which
contestants answer questions to win
turns on an arcade-style machine in
the hope of winning up to £10,000.
5.00 The Chase Four contestants
answer general knowledge questions
and work as a team to take on
ruthless quiz genius the Chaser
and secure a cash prize. (W) (S)
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6.30 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
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7.20 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.45 Everybody Loves Raymond
US comedy, with Ray Romano. (R) (S)
8.10 Everybody Loves Raymond
Robert’s new girlfriend causes
problems with the Barones. (AD) (R)
8.40 Everybody Loves Raymond
Robert and Ray are asked to film a
video tribute to Frank. (AD) (R) (S)
9.10 Frasier Comedy. (AD) (R) (S)
9.40 Frasier Comedy. (AD) (R) (S)
10.10 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) (S)
11.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (AD) (R)
12.00 Channel 4 News Summary
Including sport and weather updates.
12.05 Couples Come Dine With
Me Three couples from the
north Kent coast compete. (R) (S)
1.05 A New Life In The Sun
It’s harvest day for the new
winemakers in France. (R) (S)
2.10 Countdown Word game. (S)
3.00 Coast Vs Country A London
couple seek a home in South Wales,
either in the country or by the sea. (R)
4.00 A Place In The Sun
Advice to a couple seeking a home in
the Costa Calida region of Spain. (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The B&B
owners find out what they have been
paid and settle some scores. (S)
5.30 Embarrassing Pets (AD) (S)
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6.30 Hollyoaks British soap. (AD) (R)
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6.00 Milkshake! Children’s fun.
9.15 Jeremy Vine The broadcaster
discusses the issues of the day.
11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! The agents chase £4,500
owed to a shipping company by a
car parts dealer in Lancashire, but
when the debtor arrives, he tries to
assault one of the officers. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
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death of a Navy Lieutenant. (AD) (R)
1.05 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
2.15 FILM: Christmas Bucket
List 2016 (PG) Isobel plans a
storybook Christmas with her
boyfriend, including a snow-covered
cottage and a carefully selected list of
holiday traditions, but he goes AWOL
and a tempting new romance turns
her life upside down. Comedy, starring
Alicia Witt and Peter Benson. (S)
4.00 Friends Classic comedy, guest
starring Helen Baxendale. (R) (S)
4.30 Friends Chandler and Joey get
free adult films on their TV. (R) (S)
5.00 5 News At 5 Headlines. (S)
5.30 Neighbours After the police
fail to find Finn, Bea visits his ex-wife
Miranda in Sydney. (AD) (R) (S)
6.00 Home And Away Maggie gets
the results of her tests. (AD) (R) (S)
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including sport and weather updates.
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The usual mix of celebrity
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in extraordinary circumstances.
7.30 A Question Of Sport
With Kate Richardson-Walsh,
Darren Bent, Danni Wyatt and
Jamie Heaslip. (R) (W) (S)
7.00 Family Cooking
Showdown The final sees the
two remaining families tasked to
create a three-course meal fit
for a special family celebration,
with canapes to start, two main
courses and two puddings.
Last in the series. (AD) (W) (S)
7.00 Emmerdale Ross bids
an emotional farewell, Laurel
confides in Harriet and someone
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Carla demands to know what
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Including sport and weather. (S)
7.30 Unreported World
New series. The plight of some of
the one million children caught up
in the world’s biggest migration.
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Jon Bentley looks away from the
latest mainstream smartphone
offerings to try out three of the
more unusual Android alternatives
on the market. (S) Followed by 5
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headlines, including sport. (S)
8.00 EastEnders Jean rushes
to the hospital to be by Hayley’s
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8.30 Not Going Out Lucy invites
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game for her husband’s birthday.
8.00 Mastermind
Specialist topics include the films
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Holiday and poet Keith Douglas.
8.30 The Lakes With Paul
Rose In Eskdale, the explorer
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8.00 The Harbour A triathlon
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Carla admits to Johnny that she
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8.00 The Great British Bake
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serves up a final slice of Bake
Off action for this series, with
guests Joe Wilkinson, Richard
Osman and Bake Off’s Noel
Fielding helping her look back at
the final. Last in the series. (AD)
8.00 The Great Model
Railway Challenge
The Wakefield RMS, Aberdeen
Model Railway Club and the
Shunter Guys compete for a
place in the final by creating
railway layouts based on the
theme “waterworld”. (S)
9
9.00 Have I Got News For
You Victoria Coren Mitchell
hosts, with guests Janey Godley
and Robert Rinder. (W) (S)
9.30 Would I Lie To You?
Prue Leith, Scarlett Moffatt,
Big Narstie and Tomasz
Schafernaker take part. (W) (S)
9.00 Made In Great Britain
Steph McGovern pays a visit
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for the rich into the nation’s
favourite treat. She meets up with
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9.00 Unbelievable Moments
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New series. Eyewitness footage
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9.00 Gogglebox The armchair
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week’s biggest and best shows.
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9.00 Portillo’s Hidden History
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Military Hospital in Aldershot,
Hampshire. Almost 140 years
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Ellie Taylor, Steve N Allen and
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(S) Followed by Weather. (W) (S)
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11.05House Of Saud:
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Looking at how Saudi Arabia’s
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11.55Killing Eve
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Cold Feet actor John Thomson,
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the panel for another round of the
who will embrace her sass and
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10.00Big Brother: The
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(SL) (S) 5.10 House Doctor (R) (SL)
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8.00 Last Man Standing Comedy.
8.25 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Dance Moms Throwback
Special American reality series. (S)
10.05 Last Man Standing Comedy.
10.35 Last Man Standing Comedy.
11.05 Two And A Half Men Comedy.
11.35 Two And A Half Men Comedy.
12.00 Police Interceptors
World Cup fever hits Essex. (S)
1.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! In Essex, agents Del and
Dael try to collect nearly £3,000. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take
It Away: Final Demand
Documentary giving an insight
into the world of debt collection. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 My Wife And Kids Comedy.
4.30 My Wife And Kids Comedy.
5.00 Two And A Half Men Comedy.
5.30 Two And A Half Men
Charlie agrees to accompany
Chelsea to couples counselling.
6.00 Neighbours After the police
fail to find Finn, Bea visits his
ex-wife Miranda in Sydney. (R) (S)
6.30 Home And Away Raffy suffers
a number of seizures and tests reveal
that part of her brain is damaged. (S)
7.00 Last Man Standing
Concerns grow for Grandpa Bud
when he is attacked outside his shop.
7.30 Last Man Standing Vanessa’s
freeloading sister visits. US comedy.
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Officers Paul, Steve and
Ben make a shocking discovery. (S)
9.00 Celebrity Road Trip: Lost In
Transylvania The gang explores
a supposedly haunted castle.
10.00 FILM: Panic Room 2002 (15)
A single mother is determined to keep
her daughter safe from harm when
burglars break into their home. Thriller,
with Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart.
12.20 FILM: The Eye 2008 (15)
Horror, starring Jessica Alba and
Alessandro Nivola. (W) 2.15 Celebrity
Ghost Hunt: Hell’s Theatre (S) 3.10
Celebrity Ghost Hunt: Tunnels Of
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I DON’T know much about
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but I guess it’s like any other
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being that the bosses need
to trust each other.
Which is a bit of a problem
in the case of Underworld, the
lingerie firm whose sweatshop
remains the beating heart of
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flakey soaks currently running the
place, are getting up to all sorts of
iffy stuff, business-wise, behind
one another’s backs. Peter is
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6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Catch A Contractor
A workman who took a couple’s
savings to build a balcony.
9.20 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation A police officer
shoots his ex-partner dead.
10.05 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation A severed head
is discovered at a bowling alley.
11.05 Law & Order Part one of two.
A best-selling mystery writer is shot.
12.05 Law & Order A stockbroker
meets a sticky end. American drama.
1.05 Person Of Interest Reese and
Finch find themselves trapped in a
hospital during an outbreak of a
lethal flu virus. Jim Caviezel stars.
2.05 NCIS The team investigates the
death of a marine who was competing
in underground fight clubs. (AD) (S)
3.00 Castle Beckett and Castle
investigate the mysterious death
of a professional skateboarder. (S)
4.00 Law & Order The team looks
into the apparently accidental death of
a man trying to solve the killing of his
son in Chile 30 years earlier. (S)
5.00 Law & Order A disabled
boy is killed in an apartment fire. (S)
6.00 Castle A pool hustler is
murdered and Castle and Beckett
uncover evidence that the killer
may have paranormal powers. (S)
7.00 NCIS A Navy Seal’s wife receives
a package containing her husband’s
severed head. Mark Harmon stars. (S)
8.00 NCIS Part one of two. A US
Navy lieutenant dies after a fight.
9.00 The Detail New series. Three
female homicide detectives solve
crimes while also dealing with their
personal lives. Angela Griffin stars. (S)
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Sarah Walsh fears
she has been raped for a second time.
10.55 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Barba’s loyalties are
tested. Mariska Hargitay stars. (S)
11.55 Law & Order: Criminal
Intent The chief financial officer of
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BBC1 Variations Wales: 7.30-8.00 Weatherman Walking.
Derek Brockway finds hidden treasures at opposite ends of
Wales and discovers his artistic side. Both walks show the
amazing places tucked just a stone’s throw from busy Welsh
towns. Singer Mike Peters from the Alarm is Derek’s guide in
the hills above Prestatyn – guitar in hand. In Newport, Derek
finds that a smart phone or a tablet can take the place of
easel and paints – but how will his picture turn out? A beautiful
walk along a canal with 14 locks finds the weatherman
sheltering from a monsoon under the M4. 10.25-10.35 BBC
Wales Today 11.25 The Tuckers. One-off character-led
comedy set in the south Wales valleys, about a family of
chancers, low on cash but high on spirit whose members are
determined to survive through any means necessary. The
clan has roots in the travelling community, and its members
are proud of who they are. They bicker endlessly amongst
themselves, but if anyone crosses one Tucker, they cross
them all, and think twice about crossing them again. Written
by and starring Steve Speirs, with Robert Pugh, Alexandria
Riley, Joshua McCord, Ben McGregor and Jams Thomas.
11.55 Peter Kay’s Comedy Shuffle. The comedian, actor,
writer and director continues his look back over his career,
featuring clips of him receiving a filthy phone call, Max and
Paddy getting flashed by a speed camera and a funeral for
John and Kayleigh. With a guest appearance by Sandra
Bullock. 12.25 Killing Eve. Carolyn brings unwelcome news
and a change of priorities, but Eve is closer than she has ever
been to Villanelle, and is finally going to meet Anna. Why
would she give up the hunt now? Elsewhere, Kenny has some
revelations that make Eve question the true purpose of their
entire mission. Villanelle is still in prison, now in solitary
confinement and waiting for the rescue organised by
Konstantin that never seems to come. Penultimate episode of
the spy thriller series, starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh.
1.10 Weather For The Week Ahead 1.15 BBC News
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 1.10-3.00 ITV Nightscreen
ITV Wales: 8.00-8.30 Coast & Country
S4C 6.00 Cyw: Do Re Mi Dona 6.15 Cyw: Digbi Draig 6.25
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10.15 Cyw: Digbi Draig 10.25 Cyw: Y Teulu Mawr 10.40
Cyw: Meic Y Marchog 10.55 Cyw: Peppa 11.00 Cyw: Cled
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Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 3.05 Pengelli 3.30 Prydain Wyllt
4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Larfa 5.05 Stwnsh: Y Dyfnfor
5.30 Stwnsh: Ysgol Jac 6.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd.
News and weather. 6.05 Arfordir Cymru: Môn 6.30 Garddio
A Mwy 7.00 Heno 8.00 Pobol Y Cwm 8.25 Bwyd Epic
Chris. New series. Chris Roberts sources amazing local
ingredients and creates innovative dishes for his family,
friends and colourful locals. Here, Chris celebrates seafood
by cooking oysters and mussels. He also creates an epic
Cofi-style paella for a bunch of friends who certainly know
their minds. 9.00 Newyddion 9 A’r Tywydd 9.30 Jonathan.
New series. Direct from its new home at the S4C headquarters,
Yr Egin, in Carmarthen, Jonathan Davies, Sarra Elgan and
Nigel Owens return with the chat show looking at all matters
rugby union. They start by focusing on the autumn international
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The Supervet 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00
Code 37: Sex Crimes 10.05 24 Hours
In A&E 12.10am Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA 1.10 24 Hours In A&E
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GOLD 7.10am Waiting For God 7.40 As Time
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JUST JANE
Dead boyfriend
still haunts me
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Costly
party is
barmy
Lover’s
a porn
‘addict’
MY daughter and
her boyfriend don’t
believe in marriage.
They think
relationships should
be open and flexible.
But that doesn’t
stop them wanting an
expensive “love
ceremony” that we
are being asked
to finance.
They are planning
this non-wedding
next spring.
Apparently there
will be readings,
100 guests, a meal
and dancing.
They will declare
their mutual love, for
a minimum of two
years. I’ve never
heard anything so
daft in my life.
Basically, she wants
the chance to show
off and wear a big
dress without the
responsibility.
My husband and
I have told her to
organise her own big
party, if that’s what
she wants, but we’ve
been told we’re
unromantic and
mean. Are we?
MY bloke loves porn and
accesses it anytime
and anywhere.
Recently we were on
a busy train going to visit
my aunt.
I went to get us a couple
of coffees and came back
to find him having a huge
row with a woman.
She was with two kids
and had objected to him
looking at smut on his
phone – she’d seen his
screen and gone ape.
I didn’t blame her. I
hissed at him to put it
away and he started
arguing with me.
He said he wouldn’t be
told what to do by anyone.
I was terrified she was
going to report him to the
guard and have us thrown
off. Luckily she got off at
the next stop.
I do love him, but I don’t
like the way he behaves in
public sometimes. Do you
think he has a problem?
Picture posed by model
JANE SAYS: You and
your husband are at
liberty to spend your
money how you like.
If you don’t like the
idea of this “love
ceremony” and don’t
wish to finance it, then
stand your ground.
Tell your daughter you
love her dearly and
respect her decisions,
but don’t feel this is the
best use of your money.
What happens if this
relationship doesn’t
work out and she
moves onto someone
new? Would she expect
you to finance more of
these ceremonies?
She needs to look at
her personal budget
and think again.
Of course, you will
attend if invited, but
don’t be guilt-tripped
into anything.
I REALLY
CANNOT
LET GO
NO new relationship
ever works for me –
because I’m still in love
with my late boyfriend.
My man was simply perfect
in every way.
He had looks and charm. And
he was generous and kind too.
Also he never let me down. We
were together for three years
from the age of 19 and those were
the happiest of my life.
He died in a car crash – he
wasn’t wearing a seat belt and the
driver had been drinking.
I’ve never recovered from losing
him and I don’t think I ever will.
I’ve been married and divorced
twice. Both marriages were a
huge mistake.
Crazy
I left my first husband after
three days and my second after
three months. I’m now licking my
wounds after the breakdown of
my latest relationship.
My most recent ex wasn’t a bad
bloke. He bought me gifts and
tried hard to please me in bed,
but he never truly fulfilled me
like my ex did.
There’s a guy at work who, I’m
told, likes me very much. But
what is the point in starting
anything new when it’ll only
fizzle out down the line?
Friends and colleagues want me
to give him a chance. They tell me
he’s funny and loaded.
They say that he will be worth
a fortune when his parents die
and that he is crazy about me. But
why bother?
The love of my life told me we’d
be together forever. He swore our
story was written in the stars and
LIVING IN THE PAST: She cannot find a lover who measures up to the one she has lost
I believe it. Just recently I had a
huge row with my oldest mate.
She said she was sick of me
moping about and ranted that I
need to pull myself together.
How insensitive is that? How
can I possibly “pull myself
together” when my heart is broken and my future is bleak?
JANE SAYS: Telling someone to
“pull yourself together” is so very
insensitive and cruel.
Your oldest friend knows your
history and is aware of what you’re
going through.
It’s possible she is confused and
frustrated by you, but nothing
gives her the right to be insulting.
You need to explain to her that
you don’t wish to fall out over this,
but you do need her to understand
you’re not a robot.
Your late partner’s death hit you
very hard and you’re still trying to
make sense of the hurt and loss.
She knows you have tried to
start again. She’s watched you
marry two men and attempt to find
happiness with other lovers, but
the emotional wounds are deep.
My feeling is that you need to
get professional help. Your lover
may have died some time ago, but
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your grieving process carries on.
You need to speak to trained
experts who will be able to support you and understand what
you’re going through.
Speak to your GP about your
struggles and also check out
Cruse Bereavement Care (cruse.
org.uk). There is also a helpline
number: 0808 808 1677.
There’s no getting away from the
fact that your man was taken from
you too soon. But living every
moment, embracing new experiences and loving again will
celebrate his life too. Try not to be
so hard on yourself.
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JANE SAYS: There’s
an appropriate time
for everything.
I don’t think a busy train
carriage – with young
families present – is the
right place for porn.
If I’d been that woman,
then I definitely would
have screamed for
the guard.
What strikes me is
that your boyfriend
sounds an arrogant and
stubborn person.
If he wants to look at
porn, then why can’t he
do it in private?
If he’s upset a young
mum with his behaviour,
then why can’t he own up
and admit he is wrong?
Ultimately, you have to
decide whether you
respect and support him.
Does he regularly upset
and embarrass you?
Does he do other things
that make you cringe and
look away?
Surely you deserve to
be with someone you
admire and trust.
If he has a problem with
porn, he needs to be
encouraged to see his GP.
So upset by
friend’s fury
DURING a row with my very old friend he hit me. It came
out of nowhere and now I’m still so upset and depressed.
He has not apologised and we haven’t spoken since.
Mutual friends say that he blames me for “winding him
up”. I did no such thing and feel I have been very badly
treated. What must I do next?
JANE SAYS: There can never be any excuse for physical
violence. It goes without saying that you’re hurt and confused right now. Your friend lashed out, leaving you upset
and depressed.
If he won’t apologise or explain, then do you need to report this incident? Would he report you to the police if the
boot were on the other foot? Share your thoughts and concerns with other friends and do whatever you feel is right.
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DON’T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
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TAURUS
April 21 to
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around, say (6)
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4Strong youth initially seen
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7Decorative fabric left with
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8Sheepdog found beside river
by youth leader – mine (8)
9Left by worker with
hesitation, new lamp (7)
12Gang taking part in demo
boldly (3)
14Exaggerate about party (6)
15Shaking movement making
Tom err badly (6)
16Dine with some of the
athletes (3)
18Oriental festival, new (7)
22Superficial relatives in
Southern river, quite (4-4)
23Kind being looked for, say (4)
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2Remember to assemble
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3Left with one Conservative,
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4Runner, male one, 50, seen
with the queen (5)
5Win for Georgia at home (4)
6Trunk used by actors
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10Gang leader entering naked
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Norwegian (5)
12Some mount turning out to
be very important (9)
13Lawyer, bachelor, arriving
first before the queen (9)
17Person finally found in
different lake with joint (5)
19Expert, suitable, going round
Delaware (5)
20One gripped by leading
Conservative’s subject (5)
21Comfortable head of school
with weapon, upset (4)
QUICK CLUES
Across
1Mouthful (6)
4Strong (6)
7Delicate fabric (4)
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION:
Across: 1 Distinct, 5 News, 8 Coot, 9 Vanished, 10 Install, 12 Binge,
13 Gibbon, 15 Endear, 17 Daisy, 18 Blondes, 22 Artfully, 23 Ewer, 24 Null,
25 Darkroom.
DOWN: 1 Ducking, 2 Spots, 3 Navel, 4 Tone, 6 Enhance, 7 Sidle, 11 Agony,
12 Bingo, 14 Bristol, 16 Rostrum, 17 Drawn, 19 Layer, 20 Dr. Who, 21 Fled.
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Across: Bustard, Facet, Cramp, Forbade, Lopsided,
Gift, Gypsum, Starve, Gang (clue), Adjutant, Oregano,
Glebe, Motel, Theatre.
Down: Backlog, Groom, Swamp, Pungent, Applique,
Bawl, Differ, Adroit, Fork, Struggle, Crazier, Avert,
Tweet, Extreme.
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12Rabble (3)
14Cook for too long (6)
15Slight earthquake (6)
16Devour (3)
18Oriental (7)
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23Kind (4)
24Heaviness (6)
25Nearer (6)
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2Remember (9)
3Legal (5)
4Middle-distance runner (5)
5Profit (4)
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10Gentle push (5)
11Norwegian (5)
12Of great importance (9)
13Lawyer (9)
17Joint (5)
19Skilful (5)
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IMAGE RATING
■
TOP 10 SITUATIONS TO
MAKE DRIVERS SWEAR
1 Someone cuts you up.
2 A driver nearly changes
lanes into you.
3 You see someone
texting and driving.
4 Not using the indicator.
5 Stepping into the road
without looking.
george.fowler@dailystar.co.uk
6 Not dipping headlights.
7 Slow drivers.
8 Parking over two
spaces.
9 Not being thanked for
waiting.
10 Middle lane morons.
Source: Hyundai
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OLD CHARM: This gorgeous Austin truck is an incredible 90 years old
A LOT OF HISTORY
FANCY owning one of these? It’s not
as expensive as you may think. This is
a 1928 Austin built originally to carry
heavy goods around Austin’s factory
in Longbridge, Birmingham.
It was sold in 1938 for £5 to a
grocer’s shop in Birstall, near Leeds,
before finding work at an undertakers
and joiners firm in Skipton, North
Yorks. This picture is of a “similar
vehicle” taken by auctioneers H&H
Classics. The car will feature at their
next sale in Buxton on November 28
where it’s been valued at £14-16,000.
H&H’s Roger Nowell said: “Trucks
like this are rare and make a good investment. The new owner will have a
unique piece of automotive history.”
Elite Registrations
OPEN: MON-FRI 9AM-7PM, SAT 9AM-5PM, SUN I0AM-5PM
Tel: 01380 818181 elitereg.co.uk
All registrations are offered on a first come, first served basis. All are subject to VAT and the £80 Dept. for Transport transfer fee. Prices
may fluctuate. See website for full terms. We have been trading for over 40 years. Write: P.O.Box 100, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4TE
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Renault Mégane R.S. 280.
REAR MIRROR MONSTER: Despite lots of
honeycombe, its bizarre upside down
headlights with handles at the bottom and
foggies that look like a jigsaw with three
pieces missing make it weird, not sporty.
BACKSIDE BEAUTY: Twin tailpipes are near
invisible, gulped down by a huge
centre-mounted trapezoidal exhaust
surrounded by a deep diffuser. Still pretty.
PLAYTIME PLEASER: Touch screen satnav,
twin zone climate control, cruise control
with speed limiter, trip computer, keyless
start and entry, heated door mirrors, rear
parking sensors, DAB stereo with steering
wheel controls, two USB points and
aux socket.
TASTY TOUCHES: Big 2ft 6in boot,
which extends to five feet with the rear
seatbacks folded, has twin shopping bag
hooks which are high enough above the
floor to be usable.
NAUGHTY NIGGLES: Twin cup
holders are rendered unusable by being
sited in a straight line directly behind
the gear lever.
FAST OR LAST: Any road car would
struggle to keep up with this on a race track.
WONGA WONDER: Standard car looks good
enough value without all the extras.
WOULD CHANTELLE LIKE IT? She
wouldn’t like the ride in the Plus £6,850
version, at least not until it was parked.
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DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
GIVE US
A STEER
CAR GUIDE
Your motoring questions answered
by the experts www.parkers.co.uk
I WANT to replace my
Q
Fiat 500 with a sports
convertible. It needs to be
reliable and have a bit of
street cred. My budget is
£3,000.
How about a 2006 Mazda
MX-5 2.0-litre Sport? It’s
been at the top of its class for
years and it’s not hard to see
why. With agile, enjoyable handling and a sweet, zesty engine
A
there’s an awful lot to like. Its
2.0-litre naturally aspirated
engine produces 160hp, fed
through a six-speed manual
box and on to a rear-wheel
drive layout – perfect for driver
enjoyment. With 106,000 miles,
it’s £3,000.
Next suggestion is a 2005
Audi TT Roadster with a fullservice history, 12 months’
MoT and the promise of flaw-
less bodywork all-round. Powered by a 150hp 1.8-litre turbo,
it slingshots the front-wheeldrive Audi from 0-62mph in
8.9s. Add heated full black
leather seats, climate control,
alloy wheels, an Audi badge
and 95,000 miles, it’s yours
for £2,999.
Last, but not least, is a 2009
Saab 9-3 Convertible 1.9 TiD
Vector Sport. Generous equip-
Rock star!
WHAT’S
the
new
Renault Mégane R.S.
280 like?
Good question, and as I’ve
just had one for a week I
should be able to tell you,
only I can’t.
I should be able to tell you all
about its fantastic looks, super
sporty interior and sound system, only I can’t.
Now you’d think that having
written around 1,200 car
reports in the past 22 years I’d
be able to knock something
together about the flying
machine called the Renault
Mégane R.S. 280. Only I can’t.
I’ve absolutely no idea what
it’s like because Renault didn’t
send me the Mégane R.S. 280
I’d been expecting... the one
that’s on sale at showrooms for
what seems like a bargain
£27,495 before you’ve nailed
the salesman to the floor and
knocked around three grand
off the price.
So what did Renault send
me? Well it started life as a
standard Mégane R.S. 280 but
then someone must have got
the idea that I wanted to drive
a different car.
After Renault had finished
with it I got a Mégane R.S. 280
that had a final price tag of
£34,345. I’m not kidding.
Stunning
They had only fitted it with
£6,850-worth of extras. I could
have bought a new Jaguar XF
R-Sport for £34,345.
So what was my Renault
Mégane R.S. 280 Plus £6,850
like? Well, what do you think?
It was mind-blowingly mad,
of course. Well it would be,
wouldn’t it, with the equivalent of a brand new Dacia
FACT FILE
Renault Mégane R.S. 280.
PRICE (on the road): £27,495. R.S. range to £30,695.
ENGINE: 1,798cc, all alloy, 16-valve, DOHC, direct
injection turbo, with intercooler (280hp, 390Nm (296lb)
torque).
TOP SPEED: 158mph; 0-62mph: 5.8s.
MPG: Urban: 30.1; extra urban: 47.1; combined: 39.2.
CO2: 163g/km. First year road tax: £515, then £140pa.
INS GROUP: 35.
Sandero thrown in for the
price. I was going to tell you
about its stunning interior,
with figure-hugging carbon
black Alcantara bucket seats
with double red stitching,
more double red on the steering wheel, centre console,
handbrake, gear lever gaiter
and even the safety belts, but
sorry, they were all extras,
adding £1,450.
The Interlagos full black
19-inch alloys which replaced
its standard 18-inch wheels
looked fantastic. So they
should. They were £950.
The Bose seven-speaker ster-
ment includes cruise control,
dual-zone climate control,
heated front seats and a CD
player. Performance from the
150hp turbodiesel sees 0-62mph
taken care of in exactly 10.0s
while the top end is 124mph.
There’s also room for four
passengers, a feat that our
other contenders can’t match.
With a full-service history
and 117,000-miles it’s £2,999.
Mad Mégane’s
extra kit turns
it into a stone
eo with a digital amplifier and
subwoofer and its enormous
8.7in touchscreen stereo were
high on my list of Tasty
Touches until I discovered
they were £1,100.
A “Visio” system including
lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition and auto
dipping headlights added £250
while a “Sport Monitor” (don’t
ask me) added another £300.
Dazzling
On to the really expensive
stuff. A £1,300 Volcanic Orange
metallic paint job unmistakably shouted that this was a
quick car, while there was one
extra that truly set it apart
from a normal Mégane R.S.
280... its addition of a £1,500
Cup Chassis Pack, with stiffer
springs and dampers, an antiroll bar, limited slip differential and dazzling red Brembo
brake callipers. Surely the
airline pilot who recently
landed us with such spinesmashing ferocity at Heathrow
would have appreciated this
little lot.
In the Renault Mégane R.S.
280 Plus £6,850 it made the ride
just as unbearable as that landing, but fair’s fair, the car’s
handling, helped by fourwheel-steer, was race track
standard, especially with five
different driving modes.
Absolutely remarkable as it
howled around as if it was a
part of the road surface itself.
Fast, especially at high speed,
furious, noisy, like a rock on
normal roads then a trampoline with extra springs on anything but a perfect surface, the
Renault Mégane R.S. 280 Plus
£6,850 is a stunning piece of
work. But the standard car?
Still no idea.
CLEAN WINNER
IF you’re worried about driving around
in a motorised bomb it’s time to stop.
That’s because Hyundai’s hydrogen
powered Nexo, which goes on sale in
the UK early in 2019 for around £60,000,
has just won a maximum five-star
safety rating in Euro testing.
The Nexo, which was especially
praised in occupant categories,
features an advanced air purification
system which filters 99.9% of very fine
dust and shows the exact amount of air
purified on its display panel.
When it’s driven for one hour, 27kgs
of air is purified – the same amount
that 42 adults breathe in an hour. If
10,000 Nexo cars were on the road it
would have the carbon reduction effect
equivalent of planting 60,000 trees.
With its 414-miles range from a
hydrogen fill-up costing around £75,
the Nexo hits 0-62mph in 9.5s and
111mph thanks to 163hp and a
massive, instantly available torque
figure of 395Nm (292lb).
Currently there are just 11 hydrogen
fuel stations in the UK, at Aberdeen,
Levenmouth (Fife), Rotherham,
Swindon, Baglan (Neath), Heathrow and
another five in London. It’s forecast
that there will be 1,000 by 2035.
As more, and cheaper, hydrogen cars
continue to go on the market they’re
sure to go down a bomb.
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11
PAGES OF FANTASTIC
Today’s tip-top tips from the Starform team
MAGIC COMBINATIONS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) D Skelton 11; W
Haggas 10; G Elliott 9; P Nicholls 9;
K Dalgleish 8
SUFFERING STABLES:
(Runners since last win) J Bradley
88; B Leavy 72; M Attwater 60; M
Blake 52
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) R Johnson 16; H Skelton 9;
David Egan 8; J Watson 8; David
Probert 7
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) K Fox 91; N Garbutt
71; L F Roche 45; D G Noonan 43
BEST EACH-WAY
DEEDS NOT WORDS (8.45,
Kempton) is now on his most recent
winning handicap mark and John
Egan is a significant booking.
MUST NEXT TIME
CHARMANT, an impressive
winner on his chasing debut at
Sedgefield yesterday, can win more
races.
HANDICAP BLOT
The lightly-raced WAR BRIGADE
(3.25, Newmarket) is still favourably
treated despite his 6lb penalty.
ONE TO SWERVE
The handicapper has put COPAIN
DE CLASSE (3.05, Wetherby) up
10lb for his Kempton success which
will make life very tough.
KEMPTON: T Marquand rides 6.45
Silverturnstogold for A Carroll, previous
combinations 5 wins from 16 mounts
31% strike rate at course.
W Cox rides 7.15 Carp Kid for J Flint,
previous combinations 2 from 7 29%.
R Hornby rides 6.15 Fancy Flyer for
D Ivory, previous combinations 2
from 7 29%.
N Currie rides 6.15 Duke Debonair
for J Osborne, previous combinations
2 from 8 25%.
NEWMARKET: H Bentley rides
12.30 City Master for R Beckett, previous combinations 4 from 17 24% .
UTTOXETER: M Griffiths rides
1.30 Kilcara, 3.50 Pulling Power for J
Scott, previous combinations 7 from
31 23%.
WETHERBY: P Brennan rides 1.55
Poetic Rhythm for F O’Brien, previous combinations 6 from 8 75% .
R Day rides 3.05 Guitar Pete for N
Richards, previous combinations 4
from 10 40%.
BIGGEST EARNERS
KMP............Noble Gift
NMR ... Vent De Force
UTT ........ Chesterfield
WTH .Splash of Ginge
7.45
2.50
2.40
3.05
£172,419
£163,307
£160,463
£295,851
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
KEMPTON: Lexington Palm (6.15)
397 miles.
NEWMARKET: Angelic Light (1.40)
Ireland; Hawridge Flyer (3.25) 219
miles.
UTTOXETER: Kilcara (1.30) &
Pulling Power (3.50) 188 miles.
WETHERBY: Askari (1.20) & Chief
Justice (2.30) Ireland; Kylemore Lough
(3.05) 273 miles.
START WITH HORSE RACING
GUITAR PETE FOR ENCORE
1.40
Newmarket
– The
lightly-raced KURIOUS ran
a blinder when beaten only
two-and-a-half lengths by
Signora Cabello in the
Queen Mary Stakes at
Royal Ascot in June. The
form of that Group Two
event is out of the top
drawer. Also, her previous
run when beating
Heartwarming at Sandown
in June reads well.
Heartwarming won her next
race and also finished an
excellent second behind
Shumookhi in a Listed race
at Newbury. Henry Candy,
the trainer of the selection,
has not enjoyed a
memorable season due to a
low grade virus but his team
have now struck form. The
consistent Lady Aria
represents the danger.
2.30
Wetherby
– Chief
Justice is bidding for a
hat-trick over hurdles having
started the sequence for
Richard Fahey based in
Yorkshire before continuing
the winning run at Listowel
and Gowran Park for his
new trainer, the prolific
Gordon Elliott. Trotted up
last time and looks a good
spare ride for Richard
Johnson. The tongue-tied
KING D’ARGENT won on
his debut for the country’s
trainer-of-the-moment Dan
Skelton having failed to win
a race on the Flat with Ger
Lyons in Ireland. King
D’Argent won in taking style
in that event over the course
and distance with the
previous winner Breakfast
beaten almost 14 lengths in
third – and he receives 3lb
from the Irish raider.
3.05
Wetherby
– GUITAR
PETE can repeat his win
in this event 12 months
ago. He went on to show
improved form when
winning one of the big
pre-Christmas two-and-ahalf mile chases at
Cheltenham from Clan Des
Obeaux and yet still has
less than 11 stone to
carry. Concerns that it is
his first jumps outing of
the season are
lessened by the fact
that he had a recent
spin on the Flat.
■
IN TUNE: Guitar
Pete won today’s
race 12 months ago
WETHERBY
JASON HEAVEY
Askari
Poetic Rhythm
Chief Justice
Copain De Classe
Storm Rising
Denmead
WIND SURGERY
UTTOXETER: Zephyros Bleu (3.15),
Dawnieriver (3.50).
HURDLE (LISTED)
2.30 JUVENILE
Class 1 (9 flights) 3YO 2m (8 run) £14,238
STAR TIP
1.20
1.55
2.30
3.05
3.40
4.10
Ballyhome
Poetic Rhythm
King D’Argent
Born Survivor
Storm Rising
Denmead
STARFORM 2.30 King D’Argent (nap) 3.40 Storm Rising at
Wetherby. 1.30 Queen’s Magic at Uttoxeter
CLOCKFORM 4.10 Wetherby – Denmead (5pts win)
GOING: GOOD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1.20
CONDITIONAL NOVICES’ H’CAP HURDLE
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 5f (12 run) £4,484
1
-L43 THE TANGLER BARRY (66)(S) P W Middleton 5 11 12
Mr L Williams (3) 91
2 062- BALLYHOME (207) F O’Brien 7 11 11 .................... C Brace (8) 98
3 -003 ASKARI (22)(BF) G Elliott (IRE) 5 11 6........... Fergus Gregory ★99
4 065 MAYBE MICKEY (15) S Waugh 5 11 5 ...............Sam Coltherd 88
5 3L5L HERMANUS (29)(G,S) S Keniry 6 11 5 ... Jonjo O’Neill Jr. (3) 87
6 1150 MY ESCAPADE (93)(G) S Waugh 7 11 4................S Mulqueen 90
7 F00- NORTHERN GIRL (207) P Kirby 5 11 2...............T Dowson (3) 94
8 652- LOVE AT DAWN (202) P Niven 5 11 0 ............ Ross Chapman 93
9 1355 SIMPLY LUCKY (57)(G)(T) M Sowersby 9 10 9 ............... R Day 90
10 0L00 MAC CENNETIG (15)(T) M Hammond 6 10 4 ... D McMenamin (5) 87
11 43P6 JAYCOLS STAR (F16)(B*) P Kirby 3 10 2 ............. B Campbell 91
12 L-5L STARSHELL (36) F Murtagh 4 10 2 ............................L Murtagh 84
Star Betting: — 5-2 Askari, 7-2 Ballyhome, 5 Love At Dawn, 8
Hermanus, 10 The Tangler Barry, Simply Lucky, 14 others.
2017: On A Promise 5 10 7, R Day(3) 7-2 (N Richards), 13 ran.
STARFORM: BALLYHOME DANGER: Askari
1.55
NOVICES’ CHASE
Class 4 (19 fences) 3m (6 runners) £6,758
1 -411 ROCKY’S TREASURE (14)(D,G) K Bailey 7 12 2 ..........D Bass ★99
2 12P- CRUCIAL ROLE (231)(S) D Skelton 6 11 4 ............... H Skelton 97
3 0264 LOUGH SALT (16)(G,S) R C Guest 7 11 4............... Derek Fox 86
4 4L6- OUTNUMBERED (226) C Grant 5 11 4....................... C Bewley 85
5 00-P POETIC RHYTHM (20)(G,S) F O’Brien 7 11 4......... P Brennan 97
6 341- SLANEMORE HILL (195) C Grant 6 11 4....................... D Cook 48
Star Betting: — Evens Poetic Rhythm, 9-4 Rocky’s Treasure, 4 Crucial
Role, 16 Slanemore Hill, 33 Lough Salt, Outnumbered.
2017: Some Invitation 6 11 4, H Skelton 8-11 Fav (D Skelton), 3 ran.
STARFORM: CRUCIAL ROLE DANGER: Poetic Rhythm
1 2111 CHIEF JUSTICE (27)(D3,G,S)(T) G Elliott (IRE) 11 1 ..R Johnson 94
2
5 ALLITERATION (15) J Hughes 10 12 ............................. D Cook 88
3
CANADIAN GEORGE (F24) Jennie Candlish 10 12...S Quinlan 72
4 1112 CRACKER FACTORY (34)(BF,D,G) A King 10 12 ..... D Jacob ★99
5
1 KING D’ARGENT (16)(CD,G)(T) D Skelton 10 12 ... H Skelton 91
6
11 ORMESHER (F25)(D,S) D McCain 10 12 ....................B Hughes 89
7
4 PILGRIM SOUL (19)(H,T) Kerry Lee 10 5 ........... Jamie Moore 85
8
TRAVEL LIGHTLY (F44) T Easterby 10 5................... C R King 70
Star Betting: — 13-8 Cracker Factory, 5-2 Chief Justice, 4 King
D’Argent, 5 Ormesher, 16 Pilgrim Soul, 25 Canadian George, 50 others.
2017: Malaya 10 10, S Twiston-Davies 10-11 Fav (P Nicholls), 4 ran.
D’ARGENT 5-4fav (10-12) Tracked leader,
STARFORM KING
challenged before 3 out, led soon after, driven
clear between last 2, ridden out flat, kept on, won at Wetherby 2m
3yo hdl (4) gd in Oct beating Seaborough (10-12) by 3½l, 7 ran.
Chief Justice 4-6fav (11-4) Chased leader and left in front after
1st, headed 2nd, disputed lead from 4th, led travelling well
approaching last where jumped left, kept on well to assert run-in,
easily, won at Gowran Park 2m 3yo hdl gd in Oct beating It’s
Paddys Day (10-8) by 5l, 10 ran.
Cracker Factory 10-11fav (11-6) Took keen hold, tracked leader,
not fluent 2nd or 3 out, led before 2 out, driven and joined when not
fluent last, headed flat, no impression towards finish, 2nd of 9, 2¼l
behind Jack Regan (10-12) at Market Rasen 2m 1f 3yo hdl (2) gd
in Sep.
Ormesher 4-9fav (11-4) Made most, joined 2 out, driven when
headed briefly between last 2, 1 length clear when not fluent
last, ridden and kept on under pressure flat, won at Cartmel 2m
1f 3yo hdl (4) sft in Aug beating Ghost Serge (10-12) by 2¼l, 4
ran.
STARFORM: KING D’ARGENT DANGER: Chief Justice
HANDICAP CHASE (LISTED)
3.05 BET365
Class 1 (16 fences) 2m 3f (10 run) £17,085
1
32P- KYLEMORE LOUGH (214)(S) H Fry 9 11 12
Miss A B O’Connor (5) ★99
2 112- DINGO DOLLAR (195)(G,S)(P) A King 6 11 9.. W Hutchinson 96
3 42U- JUST CAMERON (196)(C2,G,S)(P,T) M Hammond 11 11 6
J Colliver 85
4 PL2- SPLASH OF GINGE (232)(S) N Twiston-Davies 10 11 2
S Twiston-Davies 92
5 3P0- DELUSIONOFGRANDEUR (198)(C,G,S) Mrs S Smith 8 11 1
S Quinlan 85
6 0-10 BORN SURVIVOR (159)(C,G,S) D Skelton 7 11 0... H Skelton 94
7 12-L PAIN AU CHOCOLAT (152)(G,S) Rebecca Menzies 7 10 13
C O’Farrell 83
8 U6L- GUITAR PETE (F22)(CD,G,S) N Richards 8 10 12 ....R Day (3) 90
9 L4-1 COPAIN DE CLASSE (12)(G,S)(T) P Nicholls 6 10 11(6ex)
H Cobden 98
10 6-32 CRACKING FIND (16)(BF,D,G,S) Mrs S Smith 7 10 4 . D Cook 92
Star Betting: — 3 Copain De Classe, 5 Dingo Dollar, 6 Cracking Find,
13-2 Kylemore Lough, 7 Splash of Ginge, 8 Guitar Pete, 10 others.
2017: Guitar Pete 7 10 1, R Day(3) 2-1 Fav (N Richards), 6 ran.
GUITAR PETE 10-1 (9-6) In touch in chasing
STARFORM group,
ridden along over 2f out, weakened over
1f out 8th of 16 behind Cubomania (8-13) at Ayr 1m5f hcap on
flat, soft in October.
Copain De Classe 9-4 (11-4) In touch in mid-division, headway
9th, challenged 3 out, led next, still pressed when left well clear by
rivals error last, won at Kempton 2m 2f hcp chs 0-140 (3) gd in Oct
beating Casablanca Mix (11-12) by 10l, 7 ran.
Cracking Find 5-2fav (11-11) Held up behind, tracked leaders
5th, outpaced 4 out, ridden after next, left 2nd when hampered
2 out, kept on, no impression, 2nd of 6, 4 1/2l behind
Theflyingportrait (11-12) at Wetherby 1m 7f hcp chs 0-135 (3) gd
in Oct.
Kylemore Lough 13-2 (11-4) Chased leader, closed up 6th,
slight mistake 9th, not fluent 11th, soon lost position, no extra and
pulled up before 3 out, in a race won by Un De Sceaux (11-12) at
Fairyhouse 2m 4f chs G2 (1) hvy in Apr, 7 ran.
Splash of Ginge 25-1 (10-5) Tracked leader, led 5 out, not fluent
2 out, soon ridden, 1 length advantage last, kept on when hard
pressed flat, headed and no extra towards finish, 2nd of 22, 1 3/4l
behind The Storyteller (11-4) at Cheltenham 2m 5f hcp chs G3 (1)
sft in Mar.
STARFORM: GUITAR PETE DANGER: Copain De Classe
HANDICAP HURDLE
3.40 BET365
Class 3 (9 flights) 2m (9 runners) £6,758
1 51-4 DINO VELVET (170)(D2,G,S) A King 5 11 12 ........A P Heskin 98
2 3-1F ESKENDASH (F44)(BF,D,G) Mrs P Sly 5 11 7 ........R Johnson 91
3 5151 STORM RISING (7)(D2,G)(B) Dr R Newland 5 11 6
C Hammond (5) ★99
4 22L- SILVA ECLIPSE (282)(BF,D,S) Mrs S Smith 5 11 5 ..... D Cook 92
5 6L-5 CORNBOROUGH (F48)(D2,G,S) M Walford 7 11 4 ......J Hamilton 88
6 350- SLEEPY HAVEN (216)(D3,S) Jennie Candlish 8 11 4 .....S Quinlan 88
7 5412 APTERIX (57)(D2,G,S) B Ellison 8 11 0........................ D Jacob 98
8 64P- BLUE HUSSAR (F20)(CD,G,S)(P*) M Hammond 7 10 12 ...J Colliver 93
9 1350 CRUSHED (F23)(D,G)(P*) M Walford 4 10 11............B Hughes 91
Star Betting: — 7-2 Storm Rising, 4 Apterix, 9-2 Eskendash, 11-2
Cornborough, 7 Dino Velvet, Silva Eclipse, 16 others.
2017: Aristo Du Plessis 7 11 10, B Hughes 3-1 JtFav (J Ewart), 8 ran.
STARFORM: STORM RISING DANGER: Dino Velvet
4.10
NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 4f (8 run) £4,549
1
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1 DENMEAD (17)(G)(T) D Skelton 5 11 4 ..................... H Skelton ★99
4-L1 HE’S A GOER (38)(G) Tom Lacey 4 11 4..................R Johnson 89
5-PL ANOTHER DAY DONE (8)(H) M Walford 7 10 12 .. J Hamilton 79
P/L- CASIMIR DU CLOS (331) W Coltherd 6 10 12 . S Coltherd (5) 84
/4-L LEODIS (16) M Hammond 6 10 12 ............................ A P Cawley 82
615- MAYOHILL (196) N Twiston-Davies 5 10 12 S Twiston-Davies 84
20-4 SKIDOOSH (22)(G) B Pauling 5 10 12..................... C Brace (7) 86
113- BENE REGINA (194)(BF,S) N Kent 6 10 5 ................. A Wedge 80
Star Betting: — 8-11 Denmead, 3 He’s A Goer, 8 Mayohill, Skidoosh,
20 Bene Regina, 25 Leodis, 66 Casimir Du Clos, Another Day Done.
2017: Carlos Du Fruitier 5 10 12, D Jacob 8-11 Fav (B Pauling), 14 ran.
STARFORM: DENMEAD DANGER: He’s A Goer
WINNERS AND PRICES
LINGFIELD
12.30: 1, APPENZELLER (Finley
Marsh 5-2); 2, Tesorina (16-1); 3,
Perfect Refuge (13-8 fav). 2l, nk. 11
ran. R Hughes. Tote: £4.10; pl £1.70,
£4.00, £1.10. Exacta: £47.90. Tricast:
£83.50. Trifecta: £151.00. CSF:
£41.80. NR: Barbara Villiers.
1.00: 1, HACKBRIDGE (C Bennett
12-1); 2, Power Home (9-1); 3, Sosian
(20-1). 11-4 fav Echo Cove. 1/2l, 3l. 11
ran. P Phelan. Tote: £16.20; pl £3.90,
£2.90, £5.20. Exacta: £148.60. Tricast:
£2162.91. Trifecta: £1800.50. CSF:
£119.73.
1.30: 1, MOTAKHAYYEL (T
Marquand 3-1); 2, Kodiac Pride (114); 3, Alexa Rose (5-4 fav). nk, 1/2l. 9
ran. R Hannon. Tote: £3.90; pl £1.50,
£1.10, £1.10. Exacta: £11.10. Trifecta:
£22.70. CSF: £11.76.
2.00: 1, NEVER BACK DOWN
(James Doyle 4-1 jtfav); 2, Areen
Heart (11-2); 3, Rufus King (5-1). 4-1
jtfav Salateen. nk, 1/2l. 7 ran. H
Palmer. Tote: £5.00; pl £2.60, £3.50.
Exacta: £24.80. Tricast: £109.64.
Trifecta: £157.70. CSF: £24.98. NR:
Merlin, Sea Fox.
2.35: 1, RASIMA (David Egan
14-1); 2, Move Swiftly (4-5 fav); 3,
Summer Icon (20-1). 11/4l, 11/2l. 12
ran. R Varian. Tote: £15.60; pl £3.60,
£1.10, £5.00. Exacta: £34.70. Trifecta:
£370.50. CSF: £24.33.
3.05: 1, DRAMATIC QUEEN
(James Doyle 11-4 fav);
2,
Alwaysandforever (7-2); 3, Isabella
(25-1). 1l, 11/4l. 11 ran. W Haggas.
Tote: £3.20; pl £1.40, £1.60, £7.30.
Exacta: £15.40. Trifecta: £245.30.
CSF: £11.82.
3.40: 1, LISTEN TO THE WIND
(James Doyle 5-4 fav); 2, Mary
Somerville (2-1); 3, Inhale (9-1). 3/4l,
3
1 /4l. 11 ran. W Haggas. Tote: £2.30;
pl £1.30, £1.10, £2.40. Exacta: £4.70.
Trifecta: £18.10. CSF: £3.86. NR:
Liam’s Lass.
4.10: 1, GARTH ROCKETT (Cieren
Fallon 9-5 fav); 2, Violet’s Lads (9-1);
3, Blessed To Empress (14-1). nk, 1l.
11 ran. B Powell. Tote: £2.70; pl
£1.50, £2.90, £3.20. Exacta: £20.70.
Tricast: £186.04. Trifecta: £224.70.
CSF: £19.23. NR: Brockey Rise,
Clement, Mistry.
JACKPOT: Not won, pool of
£14,169.18 carried over.
QUADPOT: £9.40
PLACEPOT: £169.60
SEDGEFIELD
1.20: 1, OUTCROP (S Quinlan 7-1);
2, Millie The Minx (20-1); 3, Budarri
(4-1). 7-2 fav Hey Bob. 13/4l, 6l. 12
ran. Jennie Candlish. Tote: £8.30; pl
£2.30, £5.90, £1.50. Exacta: £83.40.
Tricast: £640.91. Trifecta: £551.80.
CSF: £133.54.
1.50: 1, CHARMANT (B Hughes
11-8 fav); 2, Red Ochre (13-2); 3,
Cillian’s Well (9-2). 13l, nk. 5 ran. J
Ewart. Tote: £1.90; pl £1.10, £2.20.
Exacta: £9.60. Trifecta: £28.40. CSF:
£10.07.
2.25: 1, ASK PADDINGTON (A P
Cawley 4-1); 2, Colby (9-2); 3,
Morraman (20-1). 7-4 fav Speedy
Cargo. shd, 3/4l. 10 ran. M Hammond.
Tote: £5.20; pl £4.50, £2.60, £1.80.
Exacta: £22.10. Trifecta: £259.70.
CSF: £22.33.
2.55: 1, PAULS HILL (P Brennan
5-1); 2, Like The Sound (9-2); 3,
Lough Derg Farmer (2-1). 6-4 fav
Some Kinda Lama. 6l, 16l. 4 ran. F
O’Brien. Tote: £5.60; Exacta: £16.90.
Trifecta: £33.70. CSF: £22.99.
3.30: 1, NEMEAN LION (A Nicol
2-1 fav); 2, Tickenwolf (15-2); 3,
Western Sunrise (7-2). 1/2l, 7l. 5 ran.
P Kirby. Tote: £3.20; pl £2.40, £2.10.
Exacta: £16.50. Trifecta: £61.00. CSF:
£15.85.
4.00: 1, CHAMPAGNE TO GO (N
Moscrop 10-3); 2, Secret Escape (5-2);
2, Question Of Faith (13-8 fav); 1l,
dht. 8 ran. Rebecca Menzies. Tote:
Champagne To Go £4.60; pl
Champagne To Go £1.40, Secret
Escape £1.30, Question Of Faith
£1.20. Exacta: Champagne To Go,
Secret Escape £8.40, Champagne To
Go, Question Of Faith £6.90. Tricast:
Champagne To Go, Secret Escape,
Question Of Faith £8.88, Champagne
To Go, Question Of Faith, Secret
Escape £7.57. Trifecta: Champagne
To Go, Secret Escape, Question Of
Faith £19.50, Champagne To Go,
Question Of Faith, Secret Escape
£15.40. CSF: Champagne To Go,
Secret Escape £6.28, Champagne To
Go, Question Of Faith £4.79. NR:
Keady Lady.
QUADPOT: £53.80
PLACEPOT: £380.90
STRATFORD
1.10: 1, SHANNON HILL (W
Hutchinson 1-3 fav); 2, Rambling
Rector (10-3); 3, Eyreshill (16-1).
23/4l, 13/4l. 4 ran. A King. Tote: £1.10;
Exacta: £1.40. Trifecta: £3.20. CSF:
£1.75. NR: Diomede des Mottes.
1.40: 1, STOWAWAY MAGIC (H
Skelton 1-16 fav); 2, Midnight Owle
(16-1); 3, Sussex Road (33-1). 13l, 33l.
3 ran. D Skelton. Tote: £1.02; Exacta:
£1.30. Trifecta: £1.50. CSF: £1.56.
NR: Thomas Campbell.
2.15: 1, UTILITY (Callum
McKinnes 5-1); 2, Vancouver (15-8
fav); 3, The Lady Rules (40-1). 14l, 2l.
6 ran. D Bridgwater. Tote: £6.70; pl
£1.80, £1.30. Exacta: £15.20. Trifecta:
£153.30. CSF: £14.34.
2.45: 1, COBRA DE MAI (H
Skelton 4-1); 2, Activial (9-4 fav); 3,
Dream Bolt (17-2). nk, 12l. 8 ran. D
Skelton. Tote: £3.50; pl £1.30, £1.20,
£2.50. Exacta: £14.60. Tricast: £69.60.
Trifecta: £81.30. CSF: £13.56.
3.20: 1, SEDDON (A P Heskin
8-11 fav); 2, Not That Fuisse (3-1); 3,
Princess Roxy (20-1). 41/2l, 11l. 10
ran. T R George. Tote: £1.60; pl £1.10,
£2.00, £3.10. Exacta: £3.90. Trifecta:
£23.00. CSF: £3.44.
3.50: 1, CLOTH CAP (R McLernon
10-1); 2, Soupy Soups (11-2); 3,
Vendredi Trois (12-1). 7-4 fav
Bradford Bridge. 2l, 7l. 9 ran. Jonjo
O’Neill. Tote: £10.10; pl £2.20, £2.00,
£3.70. Exacta: £78.70. Tricast:
£669.32. Trifecta: £286.60. CSF:
£63.67.
QUADPOT: £22.70
PLACEPOT: £28.30
NEWCASTLE
5.30: 1, BOXATRICKS (Shelley
Birkett 3-1 jtfav); 2, I Am Dandy (101); 3, Magojiro (7-2). 3-1 jtfav
Burnieboozle. 1l, 11/4l. 12 ran. Miss J
Feilden. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.40, £4.00,
£1.50. Exacta: £35.80. Tricast:
£116.56. Trifecta: £141.30. CSF:
£37.38. NR: Matilda Grace.
6.00: 1, HEADMAN (K Shoemark
8-13 fav); 2, Repaupo (15-8); 3, Open
Sea (8-1). 33/4l, 7l. 5 ran. R Charlton.
Tote: £1.70; pl £1.10, £1.50. Exacta:
£2.50. Trifecta: £5.40. CSF: £2.28.
6.30: 1, DEANSGATE (J Hart 4-1);
2, Twin Appeal (8-1); 3, Oud Metha
Bridge (6-1). 3-1 fav Elusive Heights.
3/4l, 3/4l. 10 ran. Julie Camacho. Tote:
£5.20; pl £2.00, £3.00, £2.20. Exacta:
£54.90. Tricast: £203.66. Trifecta:
£317.80. CSF: £39.04.
7.00: 1, MOSSY’S LODGE (A
Mullen 4-1); 2, False Id (13-2); 3,
Cadeaux Boxer (2-1 fav). 11/2l, nk. 14
ran. Rebecca Menzies. Tote: £3.30; pl
£2.00, £2.40, £1.90. Exacta: £40.20.
Tricast: £70.89. Trifecta: £273.60.
CSF: £31.25.
7.30: 1, POPPING CORKS (J P
Sullivan 5-1); 2, You Little Beauty
(3-1); 3, Lincoln Red (9-4). 2-1 fav
Fighting Spirit. 1/2l, 11/2l. 8 ran. Miss
L Perratt. Tote: £4.90; pl £2.10, £1.10,
£2.40. Exacta: £23.70. Tricast: £45.23.
Trifecta: £80.60. CSF: £23.27. NR:
Geography Teacher, Liberty Diva.
8.00: 1, HIGHLY FOCUSSED (J
Garritty 4-1); 2, Viking Way (9-2); 3,
Indian Warrior (7-1). 3-1 fav Black
Hambleton. 1/2l, hd. 12 ran. Mrs A
Duffield. Tote: £5.20; pl £2.50, £2.00,
£2.30. Exacta: £29.80. Tricast:
£135.64. Trifecta: £280.10. CSF:
£25.59. NR: Hermana Santa, Nifty
Niece.
QUADPOT: £11.70
PLACEPOT: £20.90
WOLVERHAMPTON
5.10: 1, ACE MASTER (R Winston
4-1); 2, Little Miss Kodi (5-2 jtfav); 3,
Sarangoo (14-1). 5-2 jtfav Secret
Glance. 1l, 1/2l. 11 ran. S Bowring. Tote:
£4.10; pl £1.40, £1.50, £2.70. Exacta:
£15.00. Tricast: £127.53. Trifecta:
£81.90. CSF: £13.35. NR: Canimar.
5.45: 1, IT’S NOT UNUSUAL (T
Greatrex 11-4 fav); 2, Aljunood (14-1);
3, Final Attack (12-1). 3l, nk. 11 ran.
Archie Watson. Tote: £3.30; pl £1.60,
£4.90, £2.40. Exacta: £50.30. Tricast:
£406.40. Trifecta: £827.30. CSF: £42.43.
NR: Herm, Majeste.
6.15: 1, FOXY LADY (S Woods
16-1); 2, Arrowzone (2-1 fav); 3,
Comporta (9-2). nk, nk. 9 ran. K Ryan.
Tote: £16.00; pl £3.60, £1.30, £2.20.
Exacta: £67.80. Tricast: £174.33.
Trifecta: £341.40. CSF: £46.71. NR:
Pike Corner Cross, Sosian, Totally
Magic, Willie’s Anne.
6.45: 1, WAR EAGLE (K O’Neill
4-1); 2, Calling The Wind (5-6 fav); 3,
Fantastic Ms Fox (25-1). 1l, 1/2l. 6 ran.
J Gosden. Tote: £4.90; pl £2.10, £1.10.
Exacta: £8.00. Trifecta: £54.10. CSF:
£7.54. NR: Coastguard Watch.
7.15: 1, MUBAKKER (J Watson 7-4
fav); 2, Angel Alexander (9-4); 3,
Mawakib (16-1). 21/4l, 33/4l. 7 ran. Sir M
Stoute. Tote: £2.30; pl £1.30, £1.70.
Exacta: £6.10. Trifecta: £32.00. CSF:
£5.83.
7.45: 1, PRIMO’S COMET (A
Rawlinson 7-2 fav); 2, Captain Lars
(9-2); 3, You’re Cool (14-1). 1/2l, nk. 10
ran. J Goldie. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.60,
£1.60, £3.60. Exacta: £20.90. Tricast:
£199.21. Trifecta: £278.90. CSF: £18.67.
NR: Rumshak.
8.15: 1, SPIRITUAL MAN (Fran
Berry 9-1); 2, Calvinist (2-1 fav); 3,
Yasir (5-1). 21/4l, 1/2l. 13 ran. Jonjo
O’Neill. Tote: £9.40; pl £3.20, £1.30,
£2.30. Exacta: £29.80. Tricast: £103.02.
Trifecta: £64.70. CSF: £24.82.
8.45: 1, WALK ON WALTER (R
Hornby 15-2); 2, Monumental Man (5-1
jtfav); 3, Harry Beau (12-1). 5-1 jtfav
Anonymous John. ns, 11/2l. 12 ran. J
Portman. Tote: £8.70; pl £2.70, £1.80,
£2.50. Exacta: £37.20. Tricast: £450.62.
Trifecta: £214.40. CSF: £43.75. NR:
Mutabaahy.
QUADPOT: £5.50
PLACEPOT: £11.70
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DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
KEMPTON
NEWMARKET
JASON HEAVEY
Poppy May
Mums Hope
Silverturnstogold (nb)
Cuillin
Castlelyons
American Endeavour
Zorawar
Soar Above
STAR TIP
5.45
6.15
6.45
7.15
7.45
8.15
8.45
9.15
Mr Potter
Spencers Son
Blue Willow
Cuillin
Super Kid
Gabrial The Tiger
Flying Sakhee
Soar Above
GOING: STANDARD TO SLOW
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) J Fanshawe 58 winners, (18.4%
strike rate), -£37.92, R Beckett 47, (15.7%), +£28.36, A Balding 44,
(12.2%), -£128.20, M Botti 39, (10.8%), -£122.60, A Carroll 38,
(7.6%), -£235.75, G L Moore 36, (11.1%), -£82.96, C Cox 32,
(14.0%), +£26.17, W Knight 32, (13.7%), -£9.92
HANDICAP
5.45 RACINGUK.COM
Class 7 6f
(12 runners) £2,588
1 (5) 40L1 FLOWING CLARETS (11)(D2,G,S) J Bridger 5 9 10(6ex)
L Jones 95
2 (6) 0361 MR POTTER (9)(D,A)(V) R C Guest 5 9 5(6ex) ......P Prince (3) ★99
3 (3) 2605 BROTHER IN ARMS (11)(CD,A)(H*) A Carroll 4 9 4
Poppy Bridgwater (5) 97
4 (7) 4550 MALAYSIAN BOLEH (4)(D2,A,F,G)(V) P McEntee 8 9 3
C Shepherd 92
5 (4) L600 CHICAGO SCHOOL (76)(D,A)(P) Mrs N Evans 5 9 3
R Hornby 86
6 (9) 3605 CAPTAIN RYAN (32)(D2,A,F,G,S) G Deacon 7 9 3
Nicola Currie (3) 89
7 (11) 0002 POPPY MAY (29)(A) J Given 4 9 3 ..........................L Morris 93
8 (8) 4062 WILD FLOWER (11)(D3,A,G)(B) J Fox 6 9 2 ........K O’Neill 92
9 (10) 0000 COMPTON PRINCE (28)(CD,D7,A,F,G)(B) J Bradley 9 9 2
R Winston 87
10 (2) 0065 ITSUPFORGRABSNOW (20)(H) H Chisman 3 9 2 ......J F Egan 87
11(12) 3100 STORM LIGHTNING (15)(A,G,S) W Brisbourne 9 9 2
E J Walsh (3) 84
12 (1) 34L0 LLAMREI (41) J Hughes 3 9 2 .................. Gavin Ashton (7) 91
Star Betting: — 3 Flowing Clarets, 7-2 Wild Flower, 6 Mr Potter, 15-2
Brother In Arms, 10 Poppy May, 12 others.
2017: No corresponding meeting.
STARFORM: WILD FLOWER DANGER: Flowing Clarets
NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (PLUS 10)
6.15 EBF
Class 4 2YO 7f
(14 runners) £5,175
1 (3)
61 SPENCERS SON (31)(CD,A) R Spencer 9 4 ....... T Queally 96
2 (11)
COOLAGH FOREST R Fahey 9 2 ....................... T Hamilton 81
3 (1)
DUKE DEBONAIR J Osborne 9 2 .............Nicola Currie (3) 74
4 (5) 5506 FANCY FLYER (10) D Ivory 9 2 .............................R Hornby 92
5 (14)
01 LEXINGTON PALM (32)(G) K Dalgleish 9 1..... DOUBTFUL 94
6 (8)
ALTAR BOY S Kirk 9 0 ...............................................L Morris 70
7 (4)
00 GRANDAD’S LEGACY (41) Ali Stronge 8 12 ...T Marquand 87
8 (7)
THREEFEETFROMGOLD Martin Smith 8 12 ........... D Brock 69
9 (2)
02 MUMS HOPE (45) H Morrison 8 11 ..........................L Keniry ★99
10 (6)
05 SOLFEGGIO (25) C Wall 8 11 ....................................G Wood 85
11 (9)
MILISTORM M Blanshard 8 9.................................. D Probert 69
12(13)
4 MILLY MONROE (19) Archie Watson 8 7 ...........E Greatrex 98
13(12) 00 CERN (15) D Elsworth 8 5 ....................................David Egan 83
14(10) 223 EMILY’S SEA (25) M Botti 8 5 ......................... G Malune (5) 94
Star Betting: — 5-2 Spencers Son, 3 Mums Hope, 6 Milly Monroe,
13-2 Emily’s Sea, 10 Coolagh Forest, 12 Solfeggio, 14 others.
STARFORM: EMILY’S SEA DANGER: Mums Hope
TRACKFACTS Right-handed Polytrack. Made up of two tracks,
1m and 1m2 both tracks are oval in nature. There is no advantage in the draw. Stalls today Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) J Fanshawe 58 winners, (18.4%
strike rate), -£37.92, R Beckett 47, (15.7%), +£28.36, A Balding 44,
(12.2%), -£128.20, M Botti 39, (10.8%), -£122.60, A Carroll 38,
(7.6%), -£235.75, G L Moore 36, (11.1%), -£82.96, C Cox 32,
(14.0%), +£26.17, W Knight 32, (13.7%), -£9.92, D Ivory 26, (8.5%),
-£29.62, J Osborne 25, (10.8%), -£59.81, D Elsworth 24, (15.7%),
+£18.38, H Morrison 21, (10.4%), -£51.06, C Wall 21, (12.1%),
-£6.87, J R Jenkins 21, (10.0%), -£29.75, S Kirk 19, (8.4%), -£39.50,
Archie Watson 18, (22.5%), +£6.29, G Baker 18, (8.8%), -£90.88
HANDICAP
6.45 32REDSPORT.COM
Class 6 3YO 7f
(14 runners) £3,105
1 (9)
2 (6)
3 (12)
4 (5)
5 (3)
6 (7)
7 (13)
8 (11)
9 (1)
10 (2)
11 (4)
12(10)
EARLY DAWN (25) M Botti 9 7 .................................L Morris 86
POYLE GEORGE TWO (24)(B*) R Beckett 9 7...H Bentley ★99
TIMSSAAH (176) Andi Brown 9 7 ............................K O’Neill 83
CHLOELLIE (48)(C3,A) J R Jenkins 9 6............... D Probert 94
LAMB CHOP (24)(D,G) S Kirk 9 5 .....................David Egan 83
DEMONS AND WIZARDS (15)(P) S Kirk 9 5 . G Mahon (3) 82
JAVELIN (32)(D,A)(P) W Muir 9 4 ..........................M Dwyer 81
PRAXEDIS (63)(H*,T) J Fanshawe 9 3.....................G Wood 90
N OVER J (17)(D,S)(V) W Knight 9 3 .....................M Harley 98
SILVERTURNSTOGOLD (17)(C,A) A Carroll 9 3..T Marquand 91
BLUE WILLOW (25) C Cox 9 2 ..................................A Kirby 96
SEBASTIANO RICCI (39)(D,S) D M Loughnane 9 0
E J Walsh (3) 78
13(14) 0040 DIAMOND PURSUIT (116)(D,A,G) J Hughes 8 13
Gavin Ashton (7) 86
14 (8) 000 PURPLE PADDY (59) J Fox 8 3 ....................... Hollie Doyle 83
Star Betting: — 7-2 Silverturnstogold, 5 Blue Willow, 11-2 N Over J,
13-2 Chloellie, 8 Praxedis, 10 Javelin, 12 Early Dawn, 14 others.
STARFORM: SILVERTURNSTOGOLD DANGER: Lamb Chop
6656
5330
000
4115
2L10
-0L0
6024
0056
3523
0241
465
5000
7.15
1 (12)
2 (4)
3 (2)
4 (11)
5 (5)
6 (8)
7 (1)
32RED CASINO HANDICAP
Class 5
1m 4f
(13 runners) £3,752
AZARI (13)(D2,A,G,S)(P) A Dunn 6 9 11 .........Rossa Ryan 91
TIDAL WATCH (J99) Jonjo O’Neill 4 9 7 ............ Fran Berry 90
CAMAKASI (60)(C,A,S) Ali Stronge 7 9 7 ........T Marquand 88
BOMBERO (25)(D,S)(P) E De Giles 4 9 6 ........ C Shepherd 92
CUILLIN (41) J Fanshawe 3 9 5 .................................G Wood 95
FOLLOW INTELLO (31) C Wall 3 9 4 .............. Hollie Doyle 92
BLAME ME FOREVER (134)(A)(P) M Botti 3 9 4
M Monaghan (3) 92
8 (9) 43L5 SASSIE (30)(D,S) S Kirk 3 9 1 ..................................L Morris 85
9 (13) 3143 POINT IN TIME (35)(D,G) M Usher 3 9 1 ............ D Probert 95
10(10) 0421 CARP KID (69)(A,G)(P) J Flint 3 9 0..................... W Cox (5) ★99
11 (6) -001 ILHABELA FACT (17)(CD,A) A Carroll 4 8 11G Malune (5) 98
12 (7) 4006 CLOVELLY BAY (16)(D,A) M Tregoning 7 8 11 ....M Dwyer 90
13 (3) 4464 TAUREAN DANCER (17) R Teal 3 8 7...............E Greatrex 85
Star Betting: — 9-2 Point In Time, 5 Carp Kid, 6 Cuillin, 7 Camakasi,
8 Tidal Watch, Ilhabela Fact, 12 Taurean Dancer, 14 others.
STARFORM: CARP KID DANGER: Cuillin
0L4L
5226
3202
3540
L03
045
4140
7.45
32RED HANDICAP
Class 3
1m 3f
(8 runners) £9,338
1 (8) 11-3 CASTLELYONS (205)(C,A,G)(H) Robert Stephens 6 9 7
A Kirby 96
2 (4) 0035 PROPOSED (126)(G) J Butler 6 9 4 ........................J F Egan 79
3 (3) 0161 ENVOY (36)(C,D,A,G,S) J Eustace 4 9 3 ...................R Tate ★99
4 (7) 324L NOBLE GIFT (25)(CD,C,A,G,S) W Knight 8 9 2 .........K Fox 89
5 (5) 2L54 SUPER KID (21)(A,G)(T) T Easterby 6 9 1 ...........R Hornby 87
6 (2) 5540 WESTERN DUKE (42)(CD,A,G)(H) I Williams 4 9 1
S Donohoe 91
7 (1) 0412 ZLATAN (37)(G,S) E De Giles 5 9 0 .................. C Shepherd 93
8 (6) LL33 WIMPOLE HALL (32)(C,A,G)(P) W Jarvis 5 8 13
Josephine Gordon 89
Star Betting: — 2 Castlelyons, 4 Zlatan, 6 Wimpole Hall, 7 Western
Duke, Envoy, 8 Super Kid, 12 Proposed, 20 Noble Gift.
STARFORM: CASTLELYONS DANGER: Ziatan
UTTOXETER
JASON HEAVEY
STAR TIP
GOING: GOOD
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
TRACKFACTS Left-hand oval track of about one mile two furlongs with a 170yds run-in. Eight fences and five hurdles per circuit, the easy bends favours front runners.
HANDICAP HURDLE
Class 5 (9 flights) 2m (11 run) £3,119
1 3450 KNIGHT COMMANDER (23)(CD,S) S Flook 5 12 3
M Kendrick (5) 91
2 2323 NEVER A WORD (13)(B,T) Oliver Greenall 4 11 12
Ross Turner (7) 90
3 -031 WENCESLAUS (11)(D,G)(P) D Bridgwater 6 11 11(7ex)
D Hiskett (5) 96
4 0-64 TALK OF MONTY (152) Mrs L Wadham 5 11 9 ............L Aspell 90
5 L-6U FIOSRACH (102)(D) J Moffatt 8 11 9........................... H Brooke 84
6 P4-0 GLIMPSE OF GOLD (177)(CD,D,G,S)(T) T Vaughan 7 11 9
A Johns ★99
7 L/5- OLIVER’S ISLAND (537) Sean Conway 6 11 2
Mr Philip Armson (7) 86
8 /LP- THE GROOVE (F11) P Evans 5 11 1 .........................B J Powell 82
9 26-L HALLINGHAM (14)(D,G) K C-Brown 8 11 1 ............. J McGrath 87
10 0642 BUMBLE BAY (26)(G,S)(P,T) Robert Stephens 8 10 9
Mr C Dowson (7) 96
11 6360 TINGO IN THE TALE (40)(P) A L Forbes 9 10 4
Edward Austin (7) 78
Star Betting: — 15-8 The Groove, 10-3 Wenceslaus, 6 Never A Word,
13-2 Bumble Bay, 8 Talk Of Monty, 14 Glimpse Of Gold, 20 others.
2017: Yasir 9 11 0, N P Madden 33-1 (C Dore), 11 ran.
STARFORM: NEVER A WORD DANGER: Wenceslaus
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) D Skelton 53 winners, (29.8%
strike rate), -£5.50, Jonjo O’Neill 35, (13.3%), -£8.25, C Longsdon
25, (20.0%), -£7.00, D Pipe 21, (16.0%), +£8.30, N Henderson 20,
(29.0%), -£2.23, T Vaughan 19, (13.2%), -£2.75, N King 17, (18.3%),
-£1.17, F O’Brien 17, (16.5%), +£16.50, N Mulholland 14, (12.2%),
-£2.00, A King 11, (16.7%), -£3.00, M Keighley 9, (10.3%), -£4.00,
Jennie Candlish 9, (7.0%), -£3.00
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) N Fehily 29 winners, (26.6%
strike rate), -£6.25, T Scudamore 29, (15.0%), +£5.80, S Bowen 19,
(15.0%), -£10.00, B Poste 11, (10.3%), -£7.00, R McLernon 10,
(9.2%), -£2.25, A Johns 8, (11.1%), -£12.50, L Aspell 8, (12.3%),
+£8.00, M Griffiths 7, (20.6%), -£5.00, B J Powell 6, (7.3%), -£9.00,
C Gethings 6, (7.6%), -£4.00, K Woods 6, (8.7%), -£13.00,
Jonathan Burke 6, (16.2%), +£3.50
2.40
KALAHARI KING BEGINNERS’ CHASE
Class 3 (12 fences) 2m (3 runners) £7,408
1
2
43-2 CHESTERFIELD (174)(A,G,S) J W Mullins 8 11 2 ... D Sansom (5) 95
352- CLAIMANTAKINFORGAN (195)(BF,S) N Henderson 6 11 2
J McGrath ★99
3
SONNETIST (F65)(P*) P Evans 4 10 8.....................B J Powell 87
Star Betting: — 4-9 Claimantakinforgan, 15-8 Chesterfield, 25
Sonnetist.
2017: River Wylde 6 11 2, N De Boinville 10-11 Fav (N Henderson),
5 ran.
STARFORM: CLAIMANTAKINFORGAN DANGER: Chesterfield
7f
HANDICAP (DIV 1)
8.45 RACINGUK.COM
Class 6 6f
(12 runners) £3,105
1 (5) 6032 THE LACEMAKER (15)(D2,A,G)(P) C Dwyer 4 9 9
Darragh Keenan (5) 95
2 (7) 2560 INDIAN AFFAIR (25)(CD,D7,A,G,S)(B,T) J Bradley 8 9 7
Josephine Gordon 90
3 (3) 0L00 PICKET LINE (25)(CD,D2,A,G,S)(B*) G Deacon 6 9 5
L Keniry 93
4 (9) 5606 DEEDS NOT WORDS (11)(CD,D9,A,G,S)(P)
M Wigham 7 9 4 J F Egan ★99
5 (12) 0050 ZORAWAR (20)(P) D O’Meara 4 9 2......................H Bentley 88
6 (8) 2105 FANTASY JUSTIFIER (11)(D5,A,G,S)(P) R Harris 7 9 0
D Probert 92
7 (1) -045 CASTLEREA TESS (28)(D4,A,G)(P) S Hollinshead 5 9 0
G Malune (5) 90
8 (2) 4565 SHYARCH (10)(S)(P*) Mrs C Dunnett 4 8 9 ...... J Elliott (3) 89
9 (11) 1250 FLYING SAKHEE (17)(G)(P) J Bridger 5 8 6 ........K O’Neill 88
10(10) 0040 AVENGING RED (9)(B) Adam West 3 8 2 ..... N Garbutt (3) 83
11 (6) 6542 CHARLIE ALPHA (9)(B) R Ingram 4 8 2 .........R Ingram (5) 92
12 (4) 00L0 DIVINE CALL (9)(CD,C,D6,A,G,S)(P) C Wallis 11 8 2
Hollie Doyle 92
LONG HANDICAP: Avenging Red 8-1, Charlie Alpha 8-1,
Divine Call 8-1.
Star Betting: — 3 The Lacemaker, 5 Fantasy Justifier, 6 Shyarch,
Charlie Alpha, 8 Zorawar, Castlerea Tess, 12 others.
STARFORM: THE LACEMAKER DANGER: Fantasy Justifier
HANDICAP (DIV 2)
9.15 RACINGUK.COM
Class 6 6f
(12 runners) £3,105
1
2
3
4
(9)
(8)
(3)
(4)
KRAKA (28)(D,G)(P) Mrs C Dunnett 3 9 8 ...............L Morris 91
AVON GREEN (17)(A) J Tuite 3 9 7................. R P Downey 91
SPANISH STAR (24)(V) P Chamings 3 9 4.......... D Probert 93
SWISS CROSS (11)(CD2,D8,A,F,G) P McEntee 11 9 3(6ex)
C Shepherd ★99
5 (6) 6450 JEOPARDY JOHN (17)(P*) M Attwater 3 9 2 ..... R Winston 87
6 (11) 5-00 ARTSCAPE (95)(CD,D,A,S) D M Loughnane 6 9 0 ......K O’Neill 91
7 (7) 0L01 SOAR ABOVE (46)(C,A)(P) J Butler 3 8 13 ....... T Clark (3) 97
8 (5) L000 FATHER MCKENZIE (63)(D,S)(T*) J Eustace 4 8 12 ....R Tate 94
9 (2) 5235 STOPDWORLDNLETMEOF (143)(E*) D Flood 4 8 2
Darragh Keenan (5) 89
10(12) 0LL6 DEER SONG (11)(C,A)(B) J Bridger 5 8 2................L Jones 84
11(10) 0560 RISING SUNSHINE (7)(A)(B) J Bradley 5 8 2 ...... Hollie Doyle 83
12 (1) 0000 MOSTASHREQAH (7)(A)(P) J Bradley 5 8 2
Josephine Gordon 87
LONG HANDICAP: Deer Song 8-1, Rising Sunshine 8-1,
Mostashreqah 8-1.
Star Betting: — 7-2 Kraka, 9-2 Swiss Cross, 5 Avon Green, Soar
Above, 8 Stopdworldnletmeof, Spanish Star, 10 others.
STARFORM: KRAKA DANGER: Swiss Cross
3302
4LL2
2400
0061
1
2
3
BRIDAL MARCH (F9)(P*) J Mackie 4 11 5................. H Brooke 87
50P- CUT AND RUN (189)(H) M Keighley 5 11 5 ..................L Aspell 75
41- EXECUTIVE CAPILANO (222)(S) D Skelton 5 11 5
Bridget Andrews 94
4
INFINITI (F274) B Leavy 5 11 5 ................................C Gethings 89
5 -640 KILCARA (20) J Scott 5 11 5 ......................................M Griffiths 98
6 00-2 KIMBERLEY POINT (23)(H) A King 5 11 5 ...............T Cannon 97
7 130- MAEBH (204)(S) J W Mullins 4 11 5 .................... D Sansom (5) 79
8 05-4 MAGGIES LEGEND (176)(T) A Hales 5 11 5 ....Kielan Woods 96
9 -44U QUASHA (13) C Pogson 5 11 5 ..............................J Corbett (5) 80
10 3-42 QUEEN’S MAGIC (131)(G) N Mulholland 6 11 5.......... N Fehily ★99
11
6L REMEMBER NERJA (13) B Leavy 4 11 5 ..Sean Houlihan (5) 86
12 /13- TIGERALLEY (522) D Skelton 9 11 5 .....................C Shoemark 88
Star Betting: — 3 Kimberley Point, 7-2 Maebh, 4 Executive Capilano,
5 Queen’s Magic, 8 Tigeralley, 16 Maggies Legend, Kilcara, 20 others.
2017: Dame De Compagnie 4 11 5, B J Geraghty 4-9 Fav
(N Henderson), 12 ran.
STARFORM: QUEEN’S MAGIC DANGER: Executive Capilano
RACING NOVICES’ HURDLE
2.05 SUN
Class 4 (10 flights) 2m 4f (5 run) £4,094
33-1 MYSTICAL CLOUDS (22)(D,G) A King 5 11 5 ..........T Cannon 98
0-L CROSS OF STEEL (13) Jennie Candlish 5 10 12 .. D G Noonan 88
5- JUSTTHEGREY (422) Mrs R Gasson 6 10 12 ............... B Poste 74
U2 NOBLE WARRIOR (152) J Moffatt 5 10 12 ................. H Brooke 83
33- HIGHWAY GIRL (279) C Longsdon 5 10 5 .... Jonathan Burke ★99
Star Betting: — 8-13 Mystical Clouds, 2 Highway Girl, 12 Noble
Warrior, 20 Justthegrey, 25 Cross Of Steel.
2017: Who’s My Jockey 4 10 12, R Johnson 9-4 Fav (P Hobbs),
14 ran.
STARFORM: MYSTICAL CLOUDS DANGER: Highway Girl
7.21
1 1322 MR MAFIA (28)(D,G) M Keighley 9 11 12 ............... H Stock (5) 93
2 4-31 FROZEN FLAME (150)(D,G) J O’Neill 5 11 12 ..... R McLernon 93
3 6023 NO HIDING PLACE (31)(G) N Henderson 5 11 11 .A Doyle (7) 96
4 /LF- ZEPHYROS BLEU (341)(S)(P,T*) D Skelton 8 11 9
Bridget Andrews 91
5 P-56 QUERRY HORSE (144)(G,S) O Sherwood 6 11 8
J Sherwood (3) 93
6 1-12 THE DRONE (103)(G) A Hales 7 11 8 .................Kielan Woods 95
7 436P BORUMA (67)(S)(P) J Moffatt 8 11 5 ........................... H Brooke 87
8 23-0 SACKETT (176)(BF,S) N King 7 11 3 ............Bryony Frost (3) ★99
9 4633 DESERT DE BRUYERE (40) Mrs R Gasson 5 11 2 ...... B Poste 91
10 40-5 SULTANS PRIDE (174) G Boanas 6 10 12
Mr Joe Williamson (7) 82
Star Betting: — 10-3 Frozen Flame, 7-2 Zephyros Bleu, 5 Mr Mafia,
13-2 No Hiding Place, 8 Sackett, The Drone, 16 others.
2017: Cobolobo 5 11 13, A Coleman 7-1 (Jonjo O’Neill), 8 ran.
STARFORM: MR MAFIA DANGER: Frozen Flame
1 3P2- INDIAN NATIVE (218)(S)(T) A Hales 8 12 0.....Kielan Woods 97
2 40-L SILENT STEPS (173) N King 7 12 0 ............Mr J Andrews (7) 95
3 /P-5 PULLING POWER (79)(S)(T) J Scott 8 11 12 ..........M Griffiths 96
4 22P- SAUCYSIOUX (189)(S) F Brennan 8 11 10 ................. S Bowen 92
5 0034 TROUBLED SOUL (20) F O’Brien 9 11 4 ..............R Patrick (3) 96
6 -436 DAWNIERIVER (46)(CD,G,S)(P) M Scudamore 8 10 7
T Scudamore ★99
Star Betting: — 9-4 Troubled Soul, 7-2 Dawnieriver, 4 Silent Steps,
11-2 Pulling Power, 13-2 Indian Native, 8 Saucysioux.
2017: Tara Mist 8 11 12, R Johnson 4-1 (H Daly), 6 ran.
STARFORM: DAWNIERIVER DANGER: Indian Native
JUVENILE TURF SPRINT (LISTED) (TURF)
2YO 5f 110yds (16 runners)
$466,667
1 (1)
121 STRIKE SILVER (26)(D2,G) M Casse (CAN) 8 10
J R Leparoux
2 (2) 3113 SOLDIER’S CALL (26)(D4,G) A Watson (UK) 8 10...... O Murphy
3 (3) 0122 WELL DONE FOX (21)(D3,G,S) R Hannon (UK) 8 10 ....W Buick
4 (4) 1015 STILLWATER COVE (47)(D,G) W A Ward 8 7 .............. I Ortiz Jr
5 (5)
1 BULLETIN (34)(D,G) T Pletcher 8 10........................ J Castellano
6 (6) 2101 MOONLIGHT ROMANCE (55)(D,G) W A Ward 8 7 ....Jose Ortiz
7 (7)
11 SHANG SHANG SHANG (134)(D,G) W A Ward 8 7J Velazquez
8 (8) 3L01 SERGEI PROKOFIEV (21)(D3,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 8 10
R L Moore
9 (9) 0222 CHELSEA CLOISTERS (26) W A Ward 8 7...... Tyler Gaffalione
10(10) 4123 SO PERFECT (34)(D2,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 8 7 .......W M Lordan
11(11) 2102 QUEEN OF BERMUDA (20)(D4,G,S) W Haggas (UK) 8 7
Flavien Prat
12(12) 1245 POCKET DYNAMO (21)(D2,A,G) R Cowell (UK) 8 10
J Rosario
13(13) 1111 BIG DRINK OF WATER (29)(D) L Rivelli 8 10 . Jose Valdivia Jr
14(14) 1100 COMEDY (34)(D3,G) K Burke (UK) 8 7 .......................... J Rosario
15(15) 1054 VAN BEETHOVEN (48)(D2,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 8 10 . A Atzeni
16(16) 2464 LEGENDS OF WAR (20)(D2,G) J Gosden (UK) 8 10... O Murphy
Star Betting: — 4 Strike Silver, 9-2 Soldier’s Call, 5 Shang Shang
Shang, 6 Sergei Prokofiev, 8 Chelsea Cloisters, 10 Bulletin, 12 others.
2017: Declarationofpeace 8 8, R L Moore 14-1 (A P O’Brien),
drawn (9), 16 ran.
S’FORM: SHANG SHANG SHANG DR: Sergei Prokofiev
NH FLAT RACE
4.20 MAIDEN
Class 5 2m
(12 runners) £2,274
1
2
3
4
5
L DADSINLUCK (177) T Vaughan 5 11 4.................R Patrick (3) 90
0 FORTESCUE (13) H Daly 4 11 4 ............................H Nugent (7) 73
FRENCH PIECE D Bridgwater 4 11 4 .....Callum McKinnes (7) 73
2- JIMMI CHEW (257) A Hales 5 11 4 ......Mr B Brackenbury (7) 65
3/0# KNIGHT CRUSADER (13) J G O’Shea 6 11 4
Miss B Hampson (5) 81
6
MAJESTIC LORD H Whittington 4 11 4......................H Reed (3) 96
7
L- OFFICERNISI (207) J W Mullins 5 11 4............... D Sansom (5) 91
8
2# ON THE METER (65)(T) A Jones 4 11 4 ....Sean Houlihan (5) 93
9 43-1 OUR BUBBA (167)(G) Stuart Edmunds 4 11 4
Miss G Andrews (3) 76
10
0L- TEST RIDE (337) J Butler 4 11 4 ............. Mr M S Johnson (7) 73
11
2- ANOTHER ANNIE (236) D Pipe 4 10 11 ................ K Edgar (3) 95
12
4- SIMPLY LOVELEH (289) D Skelton 5 10 11 .......Bridget Andrews ★99
Star Betting: — Evens Simply Loveleh, 13-2 Another Annie, 7 On The
Meter, 15-2 Our Bubba, 8 Majestic Lord, 12 Jimmi Chew, 25 others.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: SIMPLY LOVELEH DANGER: Another Annie
1 (1)
11 CONCRETE ROSE (23)(D,G) G Arnold 8 10 ................J Lezcano
2 (2) 1322 THE MACKEM BULLET (34)(G) B Ellison (UK) 8 10 .. O Murphy
3 (3) 1141 LILY’S CANDLE (26)(D2,A,G,S) F Vermeulen (FR) 8 10
Pierre Charles Boudot
4 (4) 3101 JUST WONDERFUL (35)(D,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 8 10
R L Moore
5 (5) 5321 LA PELOSA (47)(D,A,G) C Appleby (UK) 8 10 ................W Buick
6 (6)
11 NEWSPAPEROFRECORD (33)(D2) C Brown 8 10 ........ I Ortiz Jr
7 (7)
13 STELLAR AGENT (33)(G) J Abreu 8 10 ..............Manuel Franco
8 (8) 513 BELLE LAURA (23)(CD,G) Norm Casse 8 10 ........J R Leparoux
9 (9) 322 VARENKA (33) H Motion 8 10 .........................................Jose Ortiz
10(10) 212 PAKHET (23)(D,F) T Pletcher 8 10 ............................. J Velazquez
11(11) 0422 LADY PRANCEALOT (25)(A) R Baltas 8 10 ..................J Talamo
12(12) 113 SUMMERING (25)(BF,D2,G) T Proctor 8 10 Drayden Van Dyke
13(13) 1112 MY GAL BETTY (47)(BF,F) R Attfield (CAN) 8 10 . J Castellano
14(14) 11 EAST (28)(G,S) K Ryan (UK) 8 10 ............................. J P Spencer
15(15) 2244 PIVOTTINA (47)(S) H Motion 8 10 .................................. J Rosario
16(16) 151 WINNING ENVELOPE (34)(CD,G) C Block 8 10
Carlos Jr Marquez
Star Betting: — 2 Newspaperofrecord, 6 Just Wonderful, Concrete
Rose, 8 Lily’s Candle, 12 Pakhet, 15 others.
2017: Rushing Fall 8 10, J Castellano 3-1 (C Brown),
drawn (11), 14 ran.
STARFORM: NEWSPAPEROFRECORD DR: Lily’s Candle
9.22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
JUVENILE TURF (GRADE 1)
2YO
1m
JASON HEAVEY
(14 runners) £3,752
FILLIES TURF (GRADE 1)
HURDLE
8.00 JUVENILE
2YO
1m
(16 runners)
$466,667
3.15 HANDICAP
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 7f (10 run) £4,094
HANDICAP CHASE
MAIDEN HURDLE
3.50 MARES’
(4) (16 fences) 2m 6f 108yds (6 run) £4,614
1.30 MARES’
Class 5 (9 flights) 2m (12 runners) £3,119
1
2
3
4
5
Class 5
1 (7) 0600 NEZAR (15)(D2,A,G) D Ivory 7 9 8 .................... J Duern (3) 86
2 (8) 4061 DANECASE (24)(D,A,G)(V) David Dennis 5 9 7 .. W Cox (5) 91
3 (14) 3306 THECHILDREN’STRUST (15)(G)(P*) G L Moore 3 9 6
R Winston 88
4 (10) L001 GABRIAL THE TIGER (18)(D8,G,S) R Fahey 6 9 6
T Hamilton 88
5 (12) 0050 FAIR POWER (120)(G,S) J Butler 4 9 5 ....................A Kirby 85
6 (4) 61L0 BELLA FERRARI (29)(S)(H) G Scott 3 9 5 .......David Egan 87
7 (1) 3150 BOUNTY PURSUIT (56)(CD,D,A,G) M Blake 6 9 5 ..R Hornby 92
8 (3) 2426 DIOCLES OF ROME (102) R Beckett 3 9 4 .........H Bentley 94
9 (5) 4241 AMERICAN ENDEAVOUR (17)(CD,D,A)(P) M Botti 3 9 4
L Morris ★99
10(13) 6L22 THE LAMPLIGHTER (25)(T) G Baker 3 9 2 ..........M Harley 90
11 (6) 0522 ENZO (122)(BF,S) J Butler 3 9 1 ..............................L Keniry 84
12 (2) 4040 AIR OF YORK (16)(D4,A,F,G,S)(P) J Flint 6 8 13
Nicola Currie (3) 86
13 (9) 4-22 PERFECT LADY (224) A Balding 4 8 13............... D Probert 97
14(11) 2006 ROMAN WARRIOR (17) H Dunlop 3 8 11 ..............C Bishop 83
Star Betting: — 5 Perfect Lady, 6 The Lamplighter, 13-2 Enzo, 7
American Endeavour, 8 Danecase, 10 others.
STARFORM: PERFECT LADY DANGER: Diocles Of Rome
CHURCHILL DOWNS
Bumble Bay 12.55 Wenceslaus
Queen’s Magic 1.30 Queen’s Magic
Mystical Clouds 2.05 Mystical Clouds
Claimantakinforgan 2.40 Claimantakinforgan
Zephyros Bleu 3.15 Frozen Flame
Troubled Soul 3.50 Silent Steps
Another Annie 4.20 Simply Loveleh
12.55
8.15
32RED ON THE APP STORE HANDICAP
(16 runners)
$466,667
(1) 1125 ARTHUR KITT (34)(G) T Dascombe (UK) 8 10 .......R Kingscote
(2)
11 UNCLE BENNY (26)(G) Jason Servis 8 10 ..................... I Ortiz Jr
(3)
12 MUCH BETTER (25)(BF) B Baffert 8 10 .......Drayden Van Dyke
(4) 011 FORTY UNDER (34)(D,G) J Englehart 8 10 ....................M Franco
(5) 2211 LINE OF DUTY (32)(D,G) C Appleby (UK) 8 10 ..............W Buick
(6) 112 HENLEY’S JOY (26)(D2,G) M Maker 8 10 ....... Tyler Gaffalione
(7) 0122 SOMELIKEITHOTBROWN (34)(D,G) M Maker 8 10
Jose Ortiz
8 (8) 314 OPRY (34)(BF,D,G) T Pletcher 8 10 .......................... J Castellano
9 (9) 1141 THE BLACK ALBUM (61)(S) Mme J Soubagne (FR) 8 10
Mickael Barzalona
10(10) 324 WAR OF WILL (26)(BF) M Casse (CAN) 8 10............... J Rosario
11(11) 3211 KING OF SPEED (25)(D2,G) J Bonde 8 10 ............Gary Stevens
12(12) 311 CURRENT (26)(D2,G) T Pletcher 8 10 ....................... J Velazquez
13(13) 12L4 MARIE’S DIAMOND (34)(G,S) M Johnston (UK) 8 10
Florent Geroux
14(14) 1123 ANTHONY VAN DYCK (20)(D,G) A P O’Brien (IRE) 8 10 ...
R L Moore
15(15) 126 TRACKSMITH (26)(G) Joe Sharp 8 10 ......................A Beschizza
16(16) 421 ORDER AND LAW (41)(F) Louis Linder Jr 8 10 ................ F Lynch
Star Betting: — 4 Anthony Van Dyck, 5 Forty Under, Current, 8
Henley’s Joy, King Of Speed, 10 others.
2017: Mendelssohn 8 10, R L Moore 9-2 Fav (A P O’Brien),
drawn (1), 14 ran.
STARFORM: CURRENT DANGER: Line Of Duty
Desert Land
Madkhal (nap)
Lady Aria
Kasbaan
Graceful Lady
War Brigade
Sawwaah
STAR TIP
12.30
1.05
1.40
2.15
2.50
3.25
4.00
Desert Land
Danzan
Kurious
Dragons Voice
Alfredo
War Brigade
Little Jo
GOING: SOFT
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
12.30
EBF NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
Class 4
2YO
7f
(15 runners)
£5,175
1 (3)
BATTLE FOR GLORY J Gosden 9 0......................................... K O’Neill 93
2 (1)
00 BATTLE OF WATERLOO (18) J Ryan 9 0 .............................T Queally 91
3 (7)
0 CITY MASTER (17) R Beckett 9 0 .......................................... H Bentley 95
4 (5)
DELACHANCE D M Simcock 9 0.............................................S Donohoe 74
5 (13)
4 DESERT LAND (44) D M Simcock 9 0 .................................C Shepherd ★99
6 (2)
DESTINATION W Haggas 9 0 .................................................... M Harley 79
7 (6)
FIGHTWITHME J Gosden 9 0 ..................................................... R Havlin 89
8 (10)
60 JOURNEY OF LIFE (112)(H*) C Appleby 9 0 ...........................B Doyle 92
9 (4)
KEITH A Carroll 9 0 .....................................................................D Probert 64
10 (8)
L MUKHA MAGIC (17) Miss G Kelleway 9 0 .............Josephine Gordon 89
11 (14)
ONEBABA M Bell 9 0 .................................................................. J Watson 75
12 (11)
0 ORLIKO (23) R Hannon 9 0 ..................................................Hollie Doyle 75
13 (15)
PURBECK HILLS R Hannon 9 0...........................................Rossa Ryan 81
14 (12)
REAL SMOOTH R Hannon 9 0 ............................................. T Marquand 82
15 (9)
SMARTER W Haggas 9 0 .........................................................Fran Berry 85
Star Betting: — 7-2 Desert Land, 5 Fightwithme, 6 Smarter, 13-2 Destination, 15-2
Real Smooth, 12 Purbeck Hills, Journey Of Life, 14 City Master, Onebaba, 16 others.
2017: Maghaweer 9 0, J Crowley 7-2 (R Hannon), drawn (7), 14 ran.
STARFORM: DESERT LAND DANGER: Journey Of Life
COURT HOTEL CONDITIONS STAKES
1.05 HEATH
Class 3
6f
(4 runners)
£8,715
1 (3)
520-211 DANZAN (253)(D3,A,F) A Balding 3 9 13 ............................... J Watson ★99
2 (4)
1 SIR THOMAS GRESHAM (25)(D,S) Tim Pinfield 3 9 10 ........M Dwyer 90
3 (1)
2 GREEK KODIAC (43) M Quinn 2 8 5 .........................................F Norton 94
4 (2)
621 MADKHAL (37)(D,A) S bin Suroor 2 8 5...............................David Egan 95
Star Betting: — Evens Madkhal, 15-8 Danzan, 13-2 Sir Thomas Gresham, 8 Greek
Kodiac.
2017: Consequences 2 8 5, David Probert 2-1 (D O’Meara), drawn (3), 4 ran.
STARFORM: MADKHAL DANGER: Danzan
1.40
EBF ‘BOSRA SHAM’ FILLIES’ STAKES (LISTED)
Class 1
2YO
6f
(9 runners)
£17,013
1 (3)
211 ALDANA (22)(D2,A) S Crisford 9 0 ............................................ R Havlin 93
2 (2)
01L40 ANGELIC LIGHT (13)(D)(P*,T) M O’Callaghan (IRE) 9 0 ...L F Roche 93
3 (6)
0155 CANTON QUEEN (6) R Hannon 9 0 .....................................DOUBTFUL —
4 (8) 1034032 CHYNNA (30) M Channon 9 0.....................................................F Norton 96
5 (9)
1 DUPIONI (32)(D,A) R Guest 9 0................................................ M Harley 93
6 (4)
51 FURIOUS (20)(D,A) D M Simcock 9 0..................................... H Bentley 93
7 (7) 3034203 GYPSY SPIRIT (27)(BF,G) Tom Clover 9 0 ..............................L Morris 96
8 (1)
10 KURIOUS (135) H Candy 9 0 .................................................Fran Berry 94
9 (5)
2321 LADY ARIA (35)(D,GS) M Bell 9 0 .......................................... J Watson ★99
Star Betting: — 11-4 Lady Aria, 4 Gypsy Spirit, Kurious, 11-2 Chynna, 15-2 Angelic
Light, 10 Aldana, 14 Furious, Dupioni.
2017: Alwasmiya 9 0, R Havlin 8-1 (S Crisford), drawn (3), 10 ran.
7-1 (9-0) Raced centre, chased leaders, every
STARFORM KURIOUS
chance, 9th of 22, 2¼l behind Signora Cabello (9-0) at Royal
Ascot 5f 2yo fll Grp 2 (1) gf in Jun.
Lady Aria 2-7fav (9-0) In touch, headway over 2f out, led over 1f out, easily,
won at Haydock 6f mdn (5) gs in Sep beating Ellheidi (8-11) by 1½l, 8 ran.
Gypsy Spirit 7-2fav (8-2) Raced stands side, always prominent, led that
group and overall leader over 4f out, headed when groups merged over 1f out,
rallied to lead again inside final furlong, headed and no extra towards finish,
3rd of 28, 1l behind Lorton (8-4) at Newmarket 6f 2yo auc (2) gs in Oct.
Chynna 7-2 (8-11) Tracked leaders, driven and headway to challenge over
1f out, soon ridden, kept on under pressure inside final furlong, always just
held, 2nd of 5, 1l behind Naughty Rascal (9-0) at Salisbury 6f 2yo stk (2) gd in
Oct.
Angelic Light 20-1 (9-0) Towards rear, 7th halfway, soon niggled along,
came wide entering straight and lost place, no impression, weakened final
furlong, 7th of 10, 11l behind Coral Beach (9-0) at Leopardstown 7f 2yo Grp 3
(1) in Oct.
Aldana 5-2 (9-7) Switched left after start, held up towards rear, headway on
outside 2f out, strong run inside final furlong, led 50 yards out, won going away,
won at Chelmsford City 6f Fillies Novice Stakes (2yo) (4) pol in Oct beating
Collect Call (9-0) by ¾l, 11 ran.
STARFORM: KURIOUS DANGER: Lady Aria
2.15
CHRISTMAS AT THE HEATH COURT HANDICAP
Class 3
1m2f
(10 runners)
£9,057
1 (6)
4-214L5 CANBERRA CLIFFS (25)(D4,F,G,GS,S) G L Moore 4 9 7 .. J Watson 91
2 (1) 5163264 ROTHERWICK (41)(C,D,F,G,GS)(P) P Cole 6 9 5............Rossa Ryan 90
3 (7)
1L-3460 GRAND INQUISITOR (20)(D,F,G,GS)(P) I Williams 6 9 5.... K O’Neill 90
4 (2)
-650040 PETITE JACK (34)(D4,A) N King 5 9 5 .....................................L Morris 90
5 (5)
-40060L LEADER WRITER (35)(P) H Spiller 6 9 4 .............................. H Bentley 84
6 (10) 1342316 ENIGMATIC (20) A Bailey 4 9 4 ..............................Josephine Gordon 88
7 (9)
4-01 KASBAAN (38)(D,A) Owen Burrows 3 9 3...............................D Probert ★99
8 (8) 000L000 C NOTE (11)(T) Mrs H Main 5 9 2 ............................................. C Bishop 88
9 (3)
1-56115 DRAGONS VOICE (25)(BF,A,G,GS) D Menuisier 4 9 0 .....Fran Berry 88
10 (4)
-L15L11 LIVVYS DREAM (11)(H) C Hills 3 8 4(6ex).............................. J F Egan 92
Star Betting: — 9-4 Kasbaan, 7-2 Livvys Dream, 6 Enigmatic, 7 Dragons Voice, 8
Rotherwick, 12 Grand Inquisitor, 14 Canberra Cliffs, 16 C Note, 20 others.
2017: Celestial Spheres 3 9 4, James Doyle 3-1 Fav (C Appleby), drawn (2), 11 ran.
STARFORM: KASBAAN DANGER: Livvys Dream
2.50 HANDICAP
Class 3
2m
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
(13 runners)
£9,057
(13)
(11)
(4)
(12)
(3)
(5)
(8)
(2)
(1)
(6)
(10)
(7)
(9)
110/1LL GUNS OF LEROS (19)(C,F,G)(B*) G L Moore 5 10 1 .......... J Watson 87
1211/24 ALFREDO (20)(D3,A)(P,T) S Durack 6 10 0 ...........................T Queally 90
L05662L VENT DE FORCE (83)(D,F,G,GS,S) M Mullineaux 7 9 9 .. P Dennis(3) 82
0263222 AL KOUT (14) Mrs H Main 4 9 8 ................................................. R Havlin ★99
153L105 AMOURICE (35)(B,H) J Chapple-Hyam 3 9 6 .............. Ray Dawson(5) 84
/313-05 HILLCREST FIRE (16) Stuart Edmunds 4 9 5.......................S Donohoe 83
L-5L0L0 SANDRO BOTTICELLI (20)(D,S)(B) A Dunn 6 9 4 ..........Rossa Ryan 88
6455400 JACOB CATS (19)(C,A,F,G,GS) W Knight 9 9 4 .................. H Bentley 86
3-04434 MONJENI (9)(P) I Williams 5 9 3 ............................................Fran Berry 86
213531 NIGHT STORY (53) C Appleby 3 9 0 ...........................................B Doyle 95
0061 HERE’S ALICE (48)(H) C Hills 3 8 10 .................................C Shepherd 88
L023-L0 PERFECT SUMMER (28)(B) I Williams 8 8 9 ......................David Egan 87
5L63441 GRACEFUL LADY (7)(D3,A,F,GS) R Eddery 5 8 9Andrew Breslin(5) 92
LONG HANDICAP: Perfect Summer 8-8, Graceful Lady 8-5.
Star Betting: — 3 Night Story, 7-2 Graceful Lady, 5 Here’s Alice, 6 Al Kout, 7 Alfredo,
14 Monjeni, 16 Vent De Force, Hillcrest Fire, Guns of Leros, 25 others.
2017: Sunblazer 7 10 0, J Crowley 8-1 (K Bailey), drawn (1), 8 ran.
STARFORM: NIGHT STORY DANGER: Guns Of Leros
3.25 HANDICAP
Class 4
1m4f
(9 runners)
£6,469
1 (2)
0336-LL LUSTROUS LIGHT (56)(D) S Durack 5 9 12 .......................Fran Berry 88
2 (7)
3640-02 WINSTON C (7)(D,A,F) H Fry 4 9 10........................................ M Harley 97
3 (1) 521421L DEREK DUVAL (83)(H,T) S C Williams 4 9 9.....................Rossa Ryan 88
4 (9) 4431240 COMPTON MILL (16)(D,A,GS,S) H Morrison 6 9 8 .............C Bennett 94
5 (8)
1/50-00 NIETZSCHE (132)(D,GS,S)(T*) B Ellison 5 9 3 ...............C Rodriguez 93
6 (6) 2325342 HAWRIDGE FLYER (25)(BF,D,S) B Millman 4 9 3................. J F Egan 94
7 (3) 2435253 PURPLE ROCK (11) Miss G Kelleway 6 9 0 ...........Josephine Gordon 86
8 (5)
0244-61 WAR BRIGADE (6)(D,GS) I Williams 4 8 12(6ex) ................David Egan ★99
9 (4)
6L0340- HARMONISE (J197)(C,S) Miss S West 4 8 10.........................M Dwyer 87
Star Betting: — 3 Winston C, 7-2 Hawridge Flyer, 5 War Brigade, 7 Derek Duval, 8
Purple Rock, Compton Mill, 10 Harmonise, 12 Nietzsche, 25 Lustrous Light.
2017: No corresponding race.
STARFORM: WINSTON C DANGER: Compton Mill
SPORTS SIGNAGE HANDICAP
4.00 WSG
Class 3
1m
(8 runners)
£9,057
1 (6)
1261 SAWWAAH (36)(CD2,G) Owen Burrows 3 9 5 ........................D Probert ★99
2 (7) 6231650 HISTORY WRITER (35)(D,G)(T*) D Menuisier 3 9 4 ..........Fran Berry 86
3 (3) 2325202 MR TOP HAT (25) P Evans 3 9 3 .............................................. C Bishop 89
4 (8) 4530250 MEDIEVAL (16)(C,G,S)(P) P Cole 4 9 2 .............................Rossa Ryan 90
5 (2) 6254020 MY TARGET (35)(C,D5,A,G) M Wigham 7 8 11 ...Josephine Gordon 90
6 (5)
1-21113 LITTLE JO (35)(BF,D4,A,F,GS)(P) B Ellison 4 8 10........C Rodriguez 95
7 (1) 1L115L3 DATA PROTECTION (11)(D2,F,GS)(T) W Muir 3 8 9.......... J Watson 93
8 (4) 4331525 QUEEN PENN (14)(P*) R Fahey 3 8 6 ...................................P Mathers 88
Star Betting: — 11-4 Little Jo, 3 Sawwaah, 13-2 Mr Top Hat, 15-2 History Writer,
Queen Penn, 8 Medieval, Data Protection, 14 My Target.
2017: Via Serendipity 3 8 11, S Levey 8-1 (S C Williams), drawn (8), 8 ran.
STARFORM: SAWWAAH DANGER: History Writer
40
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
STARS SOFT PEDAL
BRISTOL DE MAI
and Thistlecrack,
two of the best
jumpers in training,
are to miss the
bet365 Charlie Hall
Chase at Wetherby
tomorrow.
■ by DANNY HALL
And both sets of
connections are blaming the
ground for their decision to
swerve one of the earlyseason chase highlights.
Thistlecrack, the exciting
Colin Tizzard-trained 2016
King George VI Chase
winner, was the first to bail
out yesterday morning.
Not seen in public since
finishing fourth in last
season’s KG, after which he
suffered a stress fracture,
Thistlecrack became a
doubtful runner earlier in
the week and assistant
trainer Joe Tizzard
confirmed yesterday: “We’ve
made the decision not to
run, the horse is in lovely
form but the ground’s not
good enough for us.”
Nigel Twiston-Davies also
cited the ‘good’ ground when
all but ruling Bristol De Mai
out of the Grade Two
contest.
“He’s very unlikely I’m
afraid – lack of rain,” he
said. “If they have a lot of
rain it could change, but just
on watered good ground,
probably not.”
The trainer added that
Bristol De Mai may go
straight to Haydock for the
Betfair Chase – a race he
won by 57 lengths last term.
Among the remaining
Charlie Hall entries are
Black Corton, Definitly Red,
and Gordon Elliott’s trio
Alpha Des Obeaux, Don Poli
and Outlander, all for the
Gigginstown House Stud.
This afternoon, in the
same maroon colours, the
brilliant Samcro returns at
Down Royal in the Grade
Two WKD Hurdle where he
has just three opponents,
including race-fit Galway
Hurdle winner Sharjah.
The familiar jumping silks
of Rich Ricci were seen on
the Flat yesterday at
Lingfield – the owner lives
within an hour of the track
– but Law Girl could finish
only sixth in the Listed
River Eden Fillies’ Stakes.
It was a clever bit of
placing to win the £22,000
first prize by William
Haggas with the 11-4 chance
Dramatic Queen as she had
picked up a £15,000 race at
Kempton less than 24 hours
previously.
Truly, Queen for a day.
■
QUEEN FOR A
DAY: Dramatic
Queen storms to her
second win in 24 hours
Duty calls for
raider Appleby
CHARLIE APPLEBY
hopes Line Of Duty can
succeed where his Derby
winner Masar failed last
year by winning the
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile
Turf (9.22) at a rain-soaked
Churchill Downs tonight.
Europe has a marvellous
record in the race having
won seven out of the last
10 runnings – with
Appleby himself successful via Outstrip in 2013.
“Line Of Duty has come
out of his Group Three at
Chantilly well,” said the
trainer.
“He has gained
plenty of
experience,
and we feel
he has got
the right
sort of
profile for
the race.”
Appleby,
right, will be
pleased that the
French win came
with plenty of cut in
the ground, as underfoot
conditions are set to be
very testing.
John Gosden, trainer of
strong Saturday fancies
Enable and Roaring Lion,
said: “I would say that on
any other day’s racing
here they wouldn’t be
racing on the turf on
Saturday. For all horses, it
will be a question of how
■ by DANNY HALL
they cope with it. It’s
sodden, and it’s pretty
loose on the top.”
Conditions are expected
to dry out and Aidan
O’Brien who has five
runners in three races this
evening when the
two-year-olds take centre
stage, added: “The turf
course has unbelievable
drainage under it here,
and if any track will drain
well, it’s this one.”
The betting suggests
O’Brien two best hopes
in the ~Listed
Juvenile Turf
Sprint (7.21)
are Sergei
Prokofiev
and So
Perfect.
“I always
thought
Sergei
Prokofiev was
a very quick
horse and he
definitely doesn’t get
six furlongs.
“So Perfect is very fast
and progressive. She has
a good draw and is in a
good place.”
O’Brien’s sole runner in
the Juvenile Fillies’ Turf
(8.00) is Rockfel Stakes
winner Just Wonderful
and he said of her: “She
has a good draw and an
awful lot of ability.”
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S MEETINGS
K - Kempton N - Newmarket
U - Uttoxeter W - Wetherby
Air Of York .................. K 8.15
Al Kout......................... N 2.50
Aldana.......................... N 1.40
Alfredo ......................... N 2.50
Alliteration ................... W 2.30
Altar Boy ..................... K 6.15
American Endeavour . K 8.15
Amourice ..................... N 2.50
Angelic Light ............... N 1.40
Another Annie ............. U 4.20
Another Day Done ...... W 4.10
Apterix ......................... W 3.40
Artscape ...................... K 9.15
Askari........................... W 1.20
Avenging Red ............. K 8.45
Avon Green ................. K 9.15
Azari ............................. K 7.15
Ballyhome ................... W 1.20
Battle For Glory .......... N 12.30
Battle Of Waterloo ...... N 12.30
Bella Ferrari ................ K 8.15
Bene Regina................ W 4.10
Blame Me Forever ...... K 7.15
Blue Hussar ................ W 3.40
Blue Willow ................. K 6.45
Bombero ...................... K 7.15
Born Survivor ............. W
Boruma ........................ U
Bounty Pursuit ............ K
Bridal March................ U
Brother In Arms .......... K
Bumble Bay................. U
C Note .......................... N
Camakasi ..................... K
Canadian George ........ W
Canberra Cliffs ............ N
Canton Queen ............. N
Captain Ryan .............. K
Carp Kid ...................... K
Casimir Du Clos.......... W
Castlelyons ................. K
Castlerea Tess ............ K
Cern ............................. K
Charlie Alpha .............. K
Chesterfield ................. U
Chicago School .......... K
Chief Justice ............... W
Chloellie....................... K
Chynna ........................ N
City Master .................. N
Claimantakinforgan .... U
Clovelly Bay ................ K
Compton Mill ............... N
Compton Prince .......... K
3.05
3.15
8.15
1.30
5.45
12.55
2.15
7.15
2.30
2.15
1.40
5.45
7.15
4.10
7.45
8.45
6.15
8.45
2.40
5.45
2.30
6.45
1.40
12.30
2.40
7.15
3.25
5.45
Coolagh Forest ........... K
Copain De Classe ....... W
Cornborough............... W
Cracker Factory .......... W
Cracking Find ............. W
Cross Of Steel............. U
Crucial Role ................ W
Crushed ....................... W
Cuillin........................... K
Cut And Run ............... U
Dadsinluck .................. U
Danecase ..................... K
Danzan ......................... N
Data Protection ........... N
Dawnieriver ................. U
Deeds Not Words ....... K
Deer Song ................... K
Delachance.................. N
Delusionofgrandeur ... W
Demons And Wizards K
Denmead ..................... W
Derek Duval................. N
Desert De Bruyere ...... U
Desert Land................. N
Destination .................. N
Diamond Pursuit ......... K
Dingo Dollar ................ W
Dino Velvet .................. W
6.15
3.05
3.40
2.30
3.05
2.05
1.55
3.40
7.15
1.30
4.20
8.15
1.05
4.00
3.50
8.45
9.15
12.30
3.05
6.45
4.10
3.25
3.15
12.30
12.30
6.45
3.05
3.40
Diocles Of Rome......... K
Divine Call ................... K
Dragons Voice ............ N
Duke Debonair ............ K
Dupioni ........................ N
Early Dawn .................. K
Emily’s Sea ................. K
Enigmatic .................... N
Envoy ........................... K
Enzo ............................. K
Eskendash................... W
Executive Capilano .... U
Fair Power ................... K
Fancy Flyer ................. K
Fantasy Justifier ......... K
Father Mckenzie ......... K
Fightwithme ................ N
Fiosrach....................... U
Flowing Clarets ........... K
Flying Sakhee ............. K
Follow Intello .............. K
Fortescue .................... U
French Piece ............... U
Frozen Flame .............. U
Furious ........................ N
Gabrial The Tiger ........ K
Glimpse Of Gold ......... U
Graceful Lady ............. N
GREYHOUNDS
HARLOW
10.29 RATHBALLY TAMMY (1) ........ Chiltern Tern (2)
10.43 EXIT TO NOWHERE (6) ..Southwood Chase (2)
10.57 SHANEBOY SAPHIRE (nb) (3) . Black Daisy (2)
11.12 DRUIDS SKY HIGH (nap) (3) .Killoughteen Baz (5)
11.27 AERO ASSASSIN (1) ............ Classy Chippy (2)
11.43 SHANEBOY KYGO (5) ............ Nutty Crunch (4)
11.59 ALLINMEHEAD (1) .............. Carrigeen Spirit (2)
12.13 DAPHS PET (1) ............................. Sillan Vic (6)
12.28 PUMPIN DIESEL (6) ......... Stemgrove Funky (5)
12.44 CLONKEEN BLUJACK (3)... Ratchies Blake (5)
12.59 RATHRONAN LILY (2) ............Mr Sand Man (4)
1.14 LOW VIS (6) ................................ Edies Fancy (3)
1.28 BALLYMAC HAVOC (1) ............... Rogers Rio (4)
MONMORE
2.06 DROOPYS PEP (5) .............. Supreme Zagreb (6)
2.22 SUPREME PIPER (2) ................ Farloe Austin (3)
2.42 MITCHELLS BAZ (5) .......... Slaneyside Dawn (2)
3.02 SPORTING OYSTER (5) ......... Supreme Pete (4)
3.19 AMIGO VALLEY (6) ........................Vicki Mac (2)
3.39 DERRYADD NIKKI (4) ....... Fozzie Fruppence (2)
3.59 WATERPARK SPEC (2) ......... Forest Del Boy (3)
4.19 BLOOS JOSIES RAY (4) ..............Gaffers Jet (1)
4.39 KNOCKGLASS MADAM (4)..............Ask Ned (3)
4.58 LA HACHA (5) .........................Barnish Crown (6)
5.18 SWIFT KHAZIX (nap) (3) ......... Cupcake Lane (1)
5.37 COOLAGOWN BLUSH (5) .... Andlyns Poppet (3)
5.54 DOCTOR WINTER (2) ......Da Connemara Kid (6)
6.09 QUARTERLAND AVA (nb) (2) ......Agent Diva (1)
NEWCASTLE
2.08 GEORDIE JAY (6) .....................Hurleys Beau (4)
2.27 HER YOLO (4) ........................Dragon Obama (6)
2.47 MILL BRIANNA (nap) (1) ........ Vatican Punch (4)
3.07 RUSSMUR LOCH (nb) (3) .. Macaroon Dazzle (5)
3.27 MILL GIRADI (2) ..................... Marazion Tetra (5)
3.47 SAINT REIDY (5) ................. Bramble Panther (1)
4.07 ICE GIRL (2) ...............................Sporty Clyde (6)
4.27 MILL HELENA (2) ................. Abitof Newcarsil (5)
4.46 OUR MACSAM (2) .................... Tonawillie Jet (1)
5.06 BALLYMAC FRAN (4) .................. View Lucky (5)
5.22 MILL GIO (3) ................................... Yolos Lad (4)
5.39 BLACK TORNADO (3) ............ Drop The Pilot (1)
5.56 ALEXAS REACTION (4) ..Trewmount Dasher (3)
6.11 TARGET SILK (4) .......................Church Hard (5)
CRAYFORD
10.36 PESKY PHEASANT (3) .............. Wicky Wag
10.51 DRAGON APACHE (5) ....... Pennys Sundew
11.06 MONA JAXXON (3) .................. Slippy Kathy
11.21 BRENDOS ELF (1) ......... You Know Nothing
11.36 BLUNDEL AGGIE (nb) (5).......... Kelva Elvis
11.52 PHAT BUDDY (5) ..................... Miss Rankin
12.06 BARTLEMY JACK (2) ..........Ferryforth Alice
12.21 GREAT RUN (4) ...................... Phileas Fogg
12.36 PESKY TESS (1) ......................... Tims Hero
12.54 OUR JACKS PIPER (3) ...........Clarens Polly
1.07 FUNKY ME (6) ...................... Out Of Alabama
1.22 NUNHEAD ALFIE (nap) (2) Druids Say When
1.37 SMOOTH BRANDY (3) ...........Monagea Katie
1.57 THATS WHY (6) ............................. Lagunette
(5)
(2)
(6)
(3)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(1)
(5)
(4)
(1)
(5)
(4)
(3)
HOVE
2.12 WHERES DIGGER (5) ............... Millabbey Jet (4)
2.32 REDSTAR POPPY (nb) (1)..Imaginary Impact (2)
2.52 DROOPYS IDEA (3) ....................... Suki Shell (4)
3.11 ONECO GO (3) .................. Waste House Eco (6)
3.29 ELEGANT ELLIE (1) ................Dinner Barnet (3)
3.49 SAHRAS RIO (1) ........................Kilara Debby (2)
4.09 TWO DOVES (1) ......................... Im Justa Kid (6)
4.29 ENZO XIOMARA (nap) (6) ......Nathans Bullet (3)
4.48 WARNHAM GLITZ (3) ...............Carraig Molly (1)
5.08 HOMESTEAD SPICE (3) ..............Another Me (2)
5.28 MELLYS MISSION (3) ..............Imfootballgold (1)
5.44 STEP IN FRONT (3) ...................... Swift Oran (1)
6.02 NELLIE OLESON (4) ............. Mercury Dream (6)
6.19 DARK SCORPION (4) .............. Droopys Quip (6)
ROMFORD RPGTV
6.27 WHIZZY REBEL (5) .............. Slaneyside Rolo (6)
6.44 BALLYMAC DRESS (3) ......... Mays Priceless (5)
7.03 SWABYS LUCIEJANE (3) ......... Pennys Baby (5)
7.17 BUILDERS DUKE (1) ...................... Argentina (5)
7.33 SYLVIAS LILY (5) .......................... Pro Penny (4)
7.49 MERRY DANCE (nap) (2)......... Droopys Gold (5)
8.06 POINTLESS BROC (6) ...............Taydal Black (3)
8.21 GAN GAN FRED (2) .............. Wildfire Legend (3)
8.38 NANS PADJOE (4) ............... Droopys Noodle (6)
8.53 ITSUR MATE (5) .......................... Keplar Nine (4)
9.08 NOELLES PHELPSO (1) ....... Newlawn Adam (4)
9.26 CHOPCHOP HOPE (nb) (5) ........... Pro Magic (6)
9.41 NOT SO LENTO (5) ................. Droopys Effort (1)
9.56 QUANTUM LEAP (6) .............Aghadown Brae (3)
8.15
8.45
2.15
6.15
1.40
6.45
6.15
2.15
7.45
8.15
3.40
1.30
8.15
6.15
8.45
9.15
12.30
12.55
5.45
8.45
7.15
4.20
4.20
3.15
1.40
8.15
12.55
2.50
Grand Inquisitor ......... N
Grandad’s Legacy ...... K
Greek Kodiac .............. N
Guitar Pete .................. W
Guns of Leros ............. N
Gypsy Spirit ................ N
Hallingham .................. U
Harmonise ................... N
Hawridge Flyer............ N
He’s A Goer ................. W
Here’s Alice ................. N
Hermanus .................... W
Highway Girl ............... U
Hillcrest Fire................ N
History Writer .............. N
Ilhabela Fact................ K
Indian Affair ................ K
Indian Native ............... U
Infiniti ........................... U
Itsupforgrabsnow ....... K
Jacob Cats .................. N
Javelin ......................... K
Jaycols Star ................ W
Jeopardy John ............ K
Jimmi Chew ................ U
Journey Of Life ........... N
Just Cameron ............. W
Justthegrey ................. U
2.15
6.15
1.05
3.05
2.50
1.40
12.55
3.25
3.25
4.10
2.50
1.20
2.05
2.50
4.00
7.15
8.45
3.50
1.30
5.45
2.50
6.45
1.20
9.15
4.20
12.30
3.05
2.05
Kasbaan....................... N
Keith............................. N
Kilcara.......................... U
Kimberley Point .......... U
King D’Argent ............. W
Knight Commander .... U
Knight Crusader ......... U
Kraka............................ K
Kurious ........................ N
Kylemore Lough ......... W
Lady Aria ..................... N
Lamb Chop .................. K
Leader Writer .............. N
Leodis .......................... W
Lexington Palm ........... K
Little Jo........................ N
Livvys Dream .............. N
Llamrei ......................... K
Lough Salt ................... W
Love At Dawn.............. W
Lustrous Light ............ N
Mac Cennetig .............. W
Madkhal ....................... N
Maebh .......................... U
Maggies Legend ......... U
Majestic Lord .............. U
Malaysian Boleh ......... K
Maybe Mickey ............. W
2.15
12.30
1.30
1.30
2.30
12.55
4.20
9.15
1.40
3.05
1.40
6.45
2.15
4.10
6.15
4.00
2.15
5.45
1.55
1.20
3.25
1.20
1.05
1.30
1.30
4.20
5.45
1.20
Mayohill ....................... W
Medieval ...................... N
Milistorm...................... K
Milly Monroe ............... K
Monjeni ........................ N
Mostashreqah ............. K
Mr Mafia ....................... U
Mr Potter...................... K
Mr Top Hat................... N
Mukha Magic ............... N
Mums Hope ................. K
My Escapade............... W
My Target .................... N
Mystical Clouds .......... U
N Over J....................... K
Never A Word.............. U
Nezar ............................ K
Nietzsche ..................... N
Night Story .................. N
No Hiding Place .......... U
Noble Gift .................... K
Noble Warrior .............. U
Northern Girl ............... W
Officernisi .................... U
Oliver’s Island ............. U
On The Meter .............. U
Onebaba ...................... N
Orliko ........................... N
4.10
4.00
6.15
6.15
2.50
9.15
3.15
5.45
4.00
12.30
6.15
1.20
4.00
2.05
6.45
12.55
8.15
3.25
2.50
3.15
7.45
2.05
1.20
4.20
12.55
4.20
12.30
12.30
Ormesher..................... W
Our Bubba ................... U
Outnumbered .............. W
Pain Au Chocolat........ W
Perfect Lady ................ K
Perfect Summer .......... N
Petite Jack................... N
Picket Line .................. K
Pilgrim Soul ................ W
Poetic Rhythm ............ W
Point In Time ............... K
Poppy May .................. K
Poyle George Two ...... K
Praxedis....................... K
Proposed ..................... K
Pulling Power.............. U
Purbeck Hills............... N
Purple Paddy .............. K
Purple Rock ................ N
Quasha ........................ U
Queen Penn ................ N
Queen’s Magic ............ U
Querry Horse .............. U
Real Smooth ............... N
Remember Nerja ......... U
Rising Sunshine ......... K
Rocky’s Treasure ....... W
Roman Warrior ........... K
BAGS WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Ouruniquesweetpe (2) 3-1, Black Boogie (5)
10-1, bf: £42.58, tri: (2-5-4) £98.18. 11.16: Portinard
John (6) 9-4, Train Scone (1) 7-2, bf: £11.85, tri: (6-1-4)
£42.27. 11.31: Toems Vic (1) 7-4 fav, Resnova Leela (3)
5-2, bf: £7.21, tri: (1-3-6) £13.60. 11.46: Theres Who (1)
3-1, Lennys Boy (2) 9-2, bf: £15.96, tri: (1-2-6) £37.86.
12.01: Bens Lass (1) 11-8 fav, Farleigh Rise (5) 3-1, bf:
£6.79, tri: (1-5-2) £19.23. 12.16: Colarhouse Socks (5)
7-4 fav, Well Lane Lock (1) 2-1, bf: £6.84, tri: (5-1-2)
£27.51. 12.31: Paradise Alberto (1) 13-2, Insane George
(6) 9-2, bf: £47.12, tri: (1-6-4) £75.79. 12.46:
Springwood Ozil (5) 12-1, Be Majestic (6) 11-4, bf:
£54.84, tri: (5-6-3) £126.98. 1.01: Killuran Lilly (4) 9-2,
Cairns Apollo (3) 3-1, bf: £23.84, tri: (4-3-1) £102.84.
1.16: Ballynabee Lucy (2) 4-5 fav, Kentish Star (1) 6-1,
bf: £7.38, tri: (2-1-4) £29.83. 1.31: Orbital Conna (3)
7-2, Run On Speedy (5) 6-4 fav, bf: £12.26, tri: (3-5-2)
£43.62. 1.49: Maireads Brave (2) 5-2, Ask The Bird (1)
6-4 fav, bf: £8.06, tri: (2-1-6) £28.68.
CRAYFORD
2.06: Auntie Zena (6) 6-1, Pesky Squirrel (1) 7-1, bf:
£48.63, tri: (6-1-2) £132.33. 2.22: Pesky Pelican (5) 9-4,
Stride On Bolt (3) 9-2, NR: Beaming Everest (res), bf:
£14.77, tri: (5-3-2) £0.00. 2.42: Matts Mourinho (3) 2-1,
Alien Sparkie (2) 4-1, bf: £12.54, tri: (3-2-1) £0.00.
3.02: Cals Prairie (1) 5-2 jt-fav, Decisive Desire (3) 5-2
jt-fav, bf: £10.61, tri: (1-3-2) £29.99. 3.19: Lagile Easy
(4) 3-1 co-fav, Colarhouse Leon (6) 3-1 co-fav, bf:
£14.83, tri: (4-6-3) £48.99. 3.39: Brosna Beauty (1) 4-1,
Lagile Spirit (5) 5-1, bf: £32.89, tri: (1-5-2) £112.12.
3.59: Troubleinabubble (1) 7-2, Rogue Assassin (4) 8-1,
bf: £41.27, tri: (1-4-6) £90.77. 4.19: Newlawn Pearl (1)
7-2, Monagea Ruby (5) 7-2, bf: £20.06, tri: (1-5-6)
£52.85. 4.39: Miss June (6) 5-2, Eglington (4) 7-2, NR:
Micks Act (res), bf: £14.03, tri: (6-4-1) £0.00. 4.58:
Roxholme Heidi (2) 3-1, Yacht Julie (1) 3-1, bf: £13.95,
tri: (2-1-4) £28.03. 5.18: Bruce Almighty (6) 7-2,
Goosebumps (2) 6-1, bf: £30.18, tri: (6-2-1) £85.50.
5.37: Rogue Rascal (6) 5-2, Snowdon Hobo (3) 7-4 fav,
bf: £9.09, tri: (6-3-1) £23.34. 5.54: Droopys Present (6)
7-2, Clampett Noir (5) 7-2, bf: £18.56, tri: (6-5-1)
£44.56. 6.09: Clarens Charles (4) 3-1, Kilmoyley Josie
(3) 4-1, bf: £18.49, tri: (4-3-2) £52.31.
HENLOW
11.09: Castlemary Blake (5) 5-1, Towstar Billy (3)
9-4, bf: £24.90, tri: (5-3-2) £68.45. 11.24: Savana
Marina (3) 7-2, Orbital Tiger (4) 2-1 fav, bf: £13.81, tri:
(3-4-5) £27.87. 11.39: Cousin Dupree (6) 6-4 fav,
Kilbreedy Gaga (5) 5-1, bf: £10.48, tri: (6-5-2) £46.31.
11.54: Cashinonzoe (4) 7-4 fav, Able Officer (2) 8-1, bf:
£18.86, tri: (4-2-5) £74.63. 12.09: Ninja Storm (2) 7-1,
2.30
4.20
1.55
3.05
8.15
2.50
2.15
8.45
2.30
1.55
7.15
5.45
6.45
6.45
7.45
3.50
12.30
6.45
3.25
1.30
4.00
1.30
3.15
12.30
1.30
9.15
1.55
8.15
Rotherwick .................. N
Sackett ......................... U
Sandro Botticelli ......... N
Sassie .......................... K
Saucysioux.................. U
Sawwaah ..................... N
Sebastiano Ricci......... K
Shyarch ....................... K
Silent Steps ................. U
Silva Eclipse ............... W
Silverturnstogold ........ K
Simply Loveleh ........... U
Simply Lucky .............. W
Sir Thomas Gresham . N
Skidoosh ..................... W
Slanemore Hill ............ W
Sleepy Haven .............. W
Smarter ........................ N
Soar Above ................. K
Solfeggio ..................... K
Sonnetist ..................... U
Spanish Star ............... K
Spencers Son ............. K
Splash of Ginge .......... W
Starshell ...................... W
Stopdworldnletmeof ... K
Storm Lightning .......... K
Storm Rising ............... W
Sultans Pride .............. U
2.15
3.15
2.50
7.15
3.50
4.00
6.45
8.45
3.50
3.40
6.45
4.20
1.20
1.05
4.10
1.55
3.40
12.30
9.15
6.15
2.40
9.15
6.15
3.05
1.20
9.15
5.45
3.40
3.15
Super Kid .................... K
Swiss Cross ................ K
Talk Of Monty.............. U
Taurean Dancer .......... K
Test Ride ..................... U
The Drone.................... U
The Groove ................. U
The Lacemaker ........... K
The Lamplighter ......... K
The Tangler Barry....... W
Thechildren’strust ...... K
Threefeetfromgold ...... K
Tidal Watch ................. K
Tigeralley ..................... U
Timssaah ..................... K
Tingo In The Tale ........ U
Travel Lightly .............. W
Troubled Soul ............. U
Vent De Force ............. N
War Brigade ................ N
Wenceslaus ................. U
Western Duke ............. K
Wild Flower ................. K
Wimpole Hall ............... K
Winston C .................... N
Zephyros Bleu ............ U
Zlatan ........................... K
Zorawar........................ K
7.45
9.15
12.55
7.15
4.20
3.15
12.55
8.45
8.15
1.20
8.15
6.15
7.15
1.30
6.45
12.55
2.30
3.50
2.50
3.25
12.55
7.45
5.45
7.45
3.25
3.15
7.45
8.45
NOTTINGHAM RPGTV
Silverviewlister (4) 3-1, bf: £41.36, tri: (2-4-3) £92.64.
12.24: Tiffield Boy (2) 7-4, Savana Jet (5) 5-4 fav, bf:
£4.75, tri: (2-5-1) £9.58. Rest of meeting abandoned
due to unsafe track conditions.
ROMFORD
2.12: Slaneyside Boone (4) 11-4 jt-fav, Whizzy Skye
(5) 3-1, bf: £13.61, tri: (4-5-6) £44.14. 2.32: Kilcree
Star (3) 3-1 co-fav, Rising Duke (6) 4-1, bf: £18.02, tri:
(3-6-5) £46.97. 2.52: Ardrahan Zorro (5) 5-2 fav,
Chopchop Haskins (6) 6-1, bf: £18.75, tri: (5-6-1)
£57.82. 3.11: Borwick Nidge (6) 4-1, Brooklyn Road (4)
5-1, bf: £30.47, tri: (6-4-2) £103.21. 3.29: Underground
Emma (2) 3-1 jt-fav, Boherna Code (3) 5-1, bf: £21.07,
tri: (2-3-5) £68.39. 3.49: Dudleys Irene (3) 4-1, Batmans
Aunt (1) 7-1, bf: £33.38, tri: (3-1-2) £110.84. 4.09:
Young Lord (4) 2-1 fav, Droopys Docket (6) 4-1, bf:
£11.43, tri: (4-6-1) £43.65. 4.29: Kilmessan Puma (4)
7-2, Chopchop Archie (1) 3-1 fav, bf: £17.65, tri: (4-12) £56.15. 4.48: Sneezys Tango (6) 7-4 fav,
Lotstoliveupto (5) 4-1, bf: £9.47, tri: (6-5-2) £32.58.
5.08: Pacey Bridge (3) 4-1, Harrys Odell (2) 5-1, bf:
£26.94, tri: (3-2-6) £68.11. 5.28: Reel Tricky (2) 7-2,
Gemmas Pops (3) 4-1, bf: £21.45, tri: (2-3-4) £69.61.
5.44: Rhieo Nieve (2) 4-1, Itsur Gang Star (1) 5-1, bf:
£24.77, tri: (2-1-3) £88.85. 6.02: Cantmakeitup (4) 3-1
co-fav, Young Chaos (1) 5-1, bf: £21.01, tri: (4-1-6)
£56.01. 6.19: Tracys Daisy (2) 7-2, Bushwani (5) 4-1,
bf: £24.03, tri: (2-5-4) £64.97.
PERRY BARR
11.11: Cloheena Boe (5) 5-2, Alta Gracia (1) 3-1, bf:
£13.01, tri: (5-1-6) £57.19. 11.26: Cefn Kim (2) 2-1 fav,
Memories Visit (5) 9-4, bf: £7.57, tri: (2-5-4) £21.99.
11.41: Holycross Jet (1) Evens fav, Ballymac Ringo (4)
5-1, bf: £7.92, tri: (1-4-3) £29.35. 11.56: Bees Flyer (4)
9-4 fav, Bonnan Ciara (2) 8-1, bf: £22.53, tri: (4-2-1)
£75.88. 12.11: Cefn Jim (3) 9-4 jt-fav, Gortkelly Silver
(4) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £8.41, tri: (3-4-2) £23.98. 12.26:
Ballymac Posie (4) 2-1, Phoenix Herrera (6) 6-1, bf:
£15.81, tri: (4-6-3) £72.71. 12.42: Bitofahotdog (5) 7-2,
Shanias Turbo (4) 7-2, bf: £20.69, tri: (5-4-2) £47.92.
12.57: Ide Shellydee (1) 3-1, Swift Xena (5) 5-2, NR:
Cheerful Tipp (res), bf: £13.97, tri: (1-5-2) £0.00. 1.12:
Lickadoon Tara (2) 3-1, Catunda Morgan (6) 2-1 fav,
bf: £11.74, tri: (2-6-3) £47.34. 1.27: Rustys Aero (2) 7-2,
Jackthebest (3) 5-1, bf: £25.10, tri: (2-3-4) £119.14.
1.44: Ballydoyle Joey (2) 8-1, Fenbay Joe (5) 2-1 fav,
bf: £37.43, tri: (2-5-6) £135.81. 1.59: Sportmans Monty
(4) 7-1, Ballygibba Honey (1) 9-2, bf: £51.11, tri: (4-12) £150.91. Placer (£1 stake) (Races 1-6) £30.00, (Races
7-12) £626.00.
6.22
(A7)
500m
6.39
(A4)
500m
6.55
(A1)
500m
7.09
(H’cap)
500m
7.26
(H’cap)
500m
7.42
(A3)
500m
7.57
(A3)
500m
PRETTY POLLY (2) ....................Constance (3)
1
2
3
4
5
6
5551 Shellys Destiny (rl ro) ................ 30.79
1666 Starshinesienna (rl ro) ............... 30.67
5615 Thatssomemotion (sa fw) .......... 30.68
6164 Roscoes Snotter (wd ro).......... 30.75
2262 DROOPYS CUDDLE (wd ep) ... 30.82
1563 Nidderdale Mason (ep fw) ......... 31.06
Star betting: 3 Thatssomemotion, 7-2
Starshinesienna, Droopys Cuddle, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2166 Bansha Pat (rl ro) ...................... 30.54
4112 HOPALONG ELENI (NAP) (rl ro) . 30.14
1353 Tynwald Kizi (rl ro)..................... 30.18
5525 Hollygate Best (wd ro) ............... 30.03
4131 Sandyhill Diana (rl ep) ............. 30.05
6614 Chosen By You (wd ep) ............ 30.12
Star betting: 11-4 Sandyhill Diana, 7-2
Hopalong Eleni, Chosen By You, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6321 Totaly In Motion (11m) (md h) . 30.28
5521 Haggswood Will (11m) (ep ro)... 30.53
224 Swift Road (11m) (SA FW) ........ 30.43
4355 ADRIKNOCK AMY (9m) (md ep)...30.20
1413 Itsallguesswork (3m) (rl ro) ........ 30.09
2135 Salacres Olympic (Scr) (rl ro) .... 30.42
Star betting: 3 Totaly In Motion,
Itsallguesswork, 7-2 Swift Road, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5656 Arksey Storm (11m) (rl ro) ......... 31.09
5425 Sparta River (11m) (md ro) ....... 30.34
2612 Bit View Classy (5m) (md ro) .... 30.49
3331 Filey Beauty (3m) (rl ro) ........... 30.82
3221 BLUE ACT (nb) (3m) (md ro) ... 30.59
5151 Carnageo (Scr) (ep h) ............... 30.52
Star betting: 11-4 Sparta River, 3 Blue
Act, 7-2 Bit View Classy, Carnageo, 9-2 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1154 Salacres Winnie (rl ro) ............... 31.02
4152 Kind Of Cute (rl ro) .................... 30.72
5151 Mudross Twiggy (ep ro) .......... 30.46
1624 BRAE BEST (ep ro) .................. 30.31
1346 Honour Bentley (sa fw) .............. 30.86
6642 Fridays Artist (wd fw) ................. 30.61
Star betting: 3 Mudross Twiggy, Brae
Best, Fridays Artist, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6553 Pawsdeep (rl ro) ........................ 30.74
6221 Narcos (md ep) .......................... 31.02
1345 BELLSIDE EDDIE (sa fw) ......... 30.70
1624 Burgess Bandit (md ro) ............. 30.71
5264 Sunspun (wd ro) ........................ 30.69
4641 Honour Coupe (sa fw).............. 30.74
Star betting: 3 Sunspun, 7-2 Bellside
Eddie, Honour Coupe, 4 others.
8.13
(A2)
500m
8.29
(A3)
500m
8.44
(A2)
500m
8.59
(A5)
500m
9.14
(A4)
500m
9.32
(A3)
500m
9.50
(A2)
500m
10.08
(B2)
480m
1
2
3
4
5
6
3246 Blackies Perl (rl ro) .................... 30.16
266d Salacres Dreams (md ro) .......... 31.10
4155 Knockdrinna Edel (sa fw) ........ 30.66
1334 MILLTOWN JASPER (sa ep) ... 30.12
6444 Ardfhearta Star (wd ro) .............. 30.56
1526 Blue Pit (wd ro) .......................... 30.48
Star betting: 5-2 Blackies Perl, Milltown
Jasper, 3 Blue Pit, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5561 Crewe Bay Ben (rl ro) ................ 30.42
6561 Swift Mya (rl ro) ......................... 30.69
3442 Elegant Pixie (ep ro) .................. 30.81
3312 ALMA BUSTER (md ro)............ 30.59
1152 Gain Control (fa ep) ................. 30.28
3525 Peregrine Billy (wd ep) .............. 30.46
Star betting: 11-4 Crewe Bay Ben, 3
Gain Control, 7-2 Peregrine Billy, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2144 HINBOS VINO (rl ro) ................. 30.47
1365 Riviera Rose (md ro) ................. 30.92
1253 Highview Force (md ro) ........... 30.54
1526 Tisbutadream (md ep) ............... 30.56
1254 Born To Achieve (md ep) .......... 30.36
2334 Hollygate Star (wd ep) ............... 30.28
Star betting: 11-4 Hollygate Star, 7-2
others.
MUDROSS ABBY (6) ........... Filey Princess (3)
1
2
3
4
5
6
6 6 Allaccountedfor (rl fw) ................ 00.00
2231 TOWNSIDE ZELDA (rl ro) ........ 30.27
4536 Bolton Abbey (md ep)................ 31.00
3134 Honour Panda (sa fw) .............. 30.96
3423 Wheres Droopy (wd ep) ............ 30.98
2523 Comeout Honeypie (wd ep)....... 30.74
Star betting: 6-4 Townside Zelda, 5-2
Comeout Honeypie, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3264 Comeout Prudence (md ep) ...... 30.33
24 Westlake Puma (md ep) ............ 31.23
4366 Micks Choice (ep ro) ................. 30.66
4321 Tybar Onyx (md ro) .................. 30.67
4544 GENTLEMAN JACK (sa md).... 30.85
5353 Free Flight (sa ro) ...................... 30.61
Star betting: 5-2 Comeout Prudence,
11-4 Tybar Onyx, 4 others.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3256 Counter Balance (rl ro) .............. 30.53
6434 Brinkleys Rebel (md ep) ............ 30.12
14d1 Upward Mario (rl ro) ................. 30.13
4422 Awesome Alfie (md ep) ............. 30.15
23 STARLIGHT SILVER (wd ro).... 30.10
2421 Mudross Tracey (wd ro) ............ 30.39
Star betting: 3 Awesome Alfie, 7-2 others.
TUFTYS SHARK (5) .............. Galloway Girl (6)
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
41
RUGBY LEAGUE
MORE
AGONY
FOR SEAN
Crocked O’Loughlin set
to miss rest of series
SEAN O’LOUGHLIN is in
danger of missing next
week’s final Test against
New Zealand as well as
Sunday’s showdown at
Anfield.
■ by JULIE STOTT
this stage of your life.” Liverpoolborn James Graham, 33, takes over
the captaincy for his 43rd Test in
his home city.
Bennett added: “James was a
pretty straightforward
choice. There’s not
much more passionate an Englishman
than he is.”
St Helens forward
Luke
Thompson
will start at 13,
in
place
of
O’Loughlin,
with
Castleford’s
Adam
Milner coming
O’Loughlin, 35, limped out of last
Saturday’s 18-16 win at Hull with a
calf strain, having also missed
last year’s World Cup final with
Australia though injury.
But coach Wayne Bennett
insists England can overcome losing their talisman yet
again.
“He is one of the top line players
in your country so he is a loss,
but we have got to manage it and
we will,” said Australian
Bennett.
“We lost him in the
World Cup final last
year in Australia
and we did a good
job there.
“He is touch and go
for next week, we
are not sure yet. It is
SHUFFLING
not a serious one
PACK: England
but calf strains
coach Wayne Bennett
hang around at
■
SPORTWORD
ACROSS
1.
Gisela ....., 2011 Australian Open women’s
doubles tennis championship winner (5)
4. Daniil ....., 2014-17 F1 driver (5)
7 and 16 Down. Kent cricketer; England
Test squad member to tour Sri Lanka
in 2018 (3,5)
8. FA ..... Cup, trophy held by Chelsea (5)
9. Jim ....., England Test cricketer; took
9-37 and 10-53 v. Australia in 1956 (5)
10 and 18 Across. Surrey CCC captain (4,5)
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HIS CHANCE:
Adam Milner
training yesterday
EAGLE EYE: Rose
Rose on
rise to top
■ GOLF
JUSTIN ROSE is on
track to reclaim the
world No.1 spot after
firing a six-under 65 to
begin his defence of the
Turkish Airlines Open.
Paul Dunne leads by
one shot at seven under
but Rose is lurking, with
a slam-dunk eagle the
highlight of his day.
“It’s nice that there is
no other scenario in
play,” said Rose.
Djok does
Dam-age
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TEAM
in on the
bench.
Milner, who
made his debut
in last month’s
44-6 win over
France, said: “It’s
not the way I wanted to
come in, with Lockers injured, but
I’ll grab it with both hands.
“It’s been ace to be involved.
I go home and I am wanting to
come straight back into camp,
that’s how good it’s been.
“I was buzzing when I won my
first cap and singing the national
anthem was special but this will
reach a whole new level.”
Milner revealed that both Bennett and Graham have convinced
him that he’s in the team on merit.
He added: “Wayne is a fantastic
coach with a wealth of experience
and he’s quite inspirational.
“He gives some quite touching
speeches to the group. People probably do not see that but for a new
lad coming in it’s really good.
“James Graham has also told me
I deserve to be in. To be getting a
pat on the back from someone like
him is pretty special.”
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NOVAK DJOKOVIC is
into the quarter-finals of
the Paris Masters after
an outclassed Damir
Dzumhur retired with
injury in the second set
of their third round
clash yesterday.
The Serb, who will
reclaim his world No.1
ranking next week, was
leading 6-1 2-1 when the
Bosnian quit due to a
back problem.
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RUGBY UNION
BARE BONES TO
BASH
BOKS
Jones leans
on rookies
for inspiration
TEAMS
ENGLAND: Daly; Nowell, Slade,
Te’o, May; Farrell, Youngs;
Hepburn, Hartley, Sinckler, Kruis,
Itoje, Shields, Curry, Wilson.
Replacements: George, Moon,
Williams, Ewels, Mercer, Care, Ford, Tuilagi.
SOUTH AFRICA: Willemse; Nkosi, Kriel,
de Allende, Dyantyi; Pollard, van Zyl; Kitshoff,
Marx, Malherbe, Etzebeth, P-S du Toit, Kolisi,
Vermeulen, Whiteley.
Replacements: Mbonambi, T du Toit, Louw,
Snyman, de Jager, Papier, Jantjies, Esterhuizen.
■ by NEIL SQUIRES
EDDIE JONES says England are
down to the bare bones as they
prepare to take on South Africa
at Twickenham tomorrow.
The England coach yesterday named a
back row with just 10 caps – compared with
the Springboks’ 100 – amid an injury crisis.
And loose-head prop Alec Hepburn will
start his first Test in the opening autumn
international.
“It’s the deepest we’ve had to dig,” said
Jones. “We’re missing 400 caps.
“You don’t just replace 400 caps
overnight. It’s probably the most
inexperienced pack England have had
for a long time.
“But I’m very excited. We’ve got
a chance to do something special
here with a young team.
“We have to make sure they
go into the game with a clear
head for what their role is
and how the team want to
play and I think we’ve
managed to do that.
“Now they just have to
get on with it. The more
senior players around
them – the ones we’ve
got left –
have to
try
to
h e l p
them.”
Newcastle’s
Mark Wilson,
who plays most
of
his
club
rugby at No.6, has
been asked to fill Billy Vunipola’s boots at
No.8 as he starts a Test for just the second
time against the giant Boks, who will be 4lbs
per man heavier. “You know exactly what
■
BIG TEST: England
are looking to Mark
Wilson and (inset) Alec
Hepburn tomorrow
Luke out for a new star
LUKE MORGAN plans
to “turn a few heads” –
having being handed his
first Wales cap after just
six games as a full-time
professional.
The 26-year-old
Ospreys wing (left)
was named by Warren
Gatland to face
Scotland in tomorrow’s
opening autumn
international.
Morgan, who
scored 131
tries in 202
World
Sevens Series matches,
■ by ROB COLE
aims to grab a chance gifted
to him as Hallam Amos is
injured and Josh Adams
unavailable.
“I’ve never played at the
Principality Stadium before
and it will be the pinnacle of
my career to run out there,”
Morgan said.
“I need to make sure I take
my chance – my plan is to
try to turn a few heads.
“It is my first full season in
15-a-side rugby and, luckily
for me, things have gone
through the roof.”
the South African team is going to bring – a
lot of physicality,” Wilson said.
“But we’ve got different strengths and
different qualities and it’ll be an interesting
match-up.”
Owen Farrell’s switch to stand-off
tomorrow offers a glimpse into Jones’
potential World Cup game plan.
Since the Australian took over three years
ago, Farrell’s midfield link with George
Ford has been key for England.
Tomorrow he will effectively take sole
control of the backline with Ford
relegated to the bench.
Jones’ faith in Ford has wavered
with Danny Cipriani being handed
the No.10 shirt in Cape Town in
the summer.
Cipriani has since been
dropped, but Leicester’s
Ford has been unable to
convince Jones that he
is back to his best.
If Farrell takes
tomorrow’s
game by
the
scruff
of the neck, it
could lay a new
template
for
Japan 2019.
Jones said: “Owen’s
a good decision-maker
and he has a very good
tactical kicking game.
“He’s a bit of a spiritual leader in
our side so being close to the action
will help in that regard.
“Owen’s from good stock and he’s an
aggressive competitor. We need that
against South Africa, definitely.
“He does all the training then does another
45 minutes of goal-kicking. I think he
handles responsibility well.”
■
SPLIT: Whyte
yesterday
■ by MARTIN DOMIN
happen. He said: “I think the
wheels will definitely fall off
because Dereck is a mad
man.
“You have to know how to
deal with him.
“Dereck is very proud and
stubborn and forceful also.
“They’re similar in many
ways and David is probably
going to think, ‘I don’t need
this, I got you the fight and I
got my 25 per cent’.
“If he sticks it out then it’s
a great achievement, it’s
more of an achievement for
David than for Dereck. I don’t
believe Dereck can change
that much in 10 or 12 weeks
because when the fight gets
tough he will revert back to
what he knows.
“Dereck is the true
definition of a donkey, he’s a
jackass actually, a donkey is
a bit more clever.”
Chisora, who lost to Whyte
by split decision two years
ago after a thrilling battle,
admitted his mum and coach
Don Charles initially warned
him off Haye.
But he insists the former
world champion is the final
piece of the jigsaw after he
“found God” and ditched
alcohol. Chisora said:
“I called my mum and she
went mad, but that’s the
reaction I wanted.
“I called her back and
once I explained it she
said it was a great idea.
“Big changes happened
at the beginning of the year
when I was born again and
stopped drinking.
“I wasn’t an alcoholic
but I loved a drink.
“I’m almost 11 months
sober now.
“But there was
something else missing
and that’s what David
brings to the table.”
Jack is
spin it
to win it
■
from DEAN WILSON
in Colombo
JACK LEACH reckons he
can be England’s main man
in the first Test in Sri Lanka,
even though he could go
into the game starved of
match practice.
The left-arm Somerset
spinner has opened up on
yet more frustration after a
planned day of bowling was
wiped out by the rain.
That leaves him in danger
of being severely undercooked ahead of a possible
second cap.
The 27-year-old has had
to wait for another taste of
international cricket after
his debut in New Zealand
in March was followed by
a summer of misfortune.
Leach suffered a
concussion on his return
after breaking his thumb
earlier in the season, but he
is desperate to show what
he can do on a surface that
is expected to spin big.
Attack
“I thrive off expectation,”
said Leach. “I want to be
the man or part of a
three-man spin attack that
will take the wickets.
“The weather has been
frustrating but I’ve been
working hard in the nets.”
Leach’s experience in
Taunton, on the most spin
friendly surface in England,
should hold him in good
stead for what he is likely
to find in Galle – where
fellow left-arm spinner
Rangana Herath will play
his final Test for the hosts.
Former England spinner
Graeme Swann reckons
Leach is right to be licking
his lips at the thought of
such a responsive surface.
“I think he can bowl,” said
Swann, who took 255 Test
wickets.
“If you’ve people
who know how to
bowl on turning
wickets you
take them to
places where
the wicket turns.”
FOR FUN
Whyte: Haye ’n Chisora won’t last
DILLIAN WHYTE believes
Dereck Chisora’s bizarre
bromance with David
Haye will end in tears.
Chisora, 34, will have
his new manager in his
corner when he bids for
revenge against Whyte on
December 22.
Haye – who KO’d Chisora in
2012 following their shameful
brawl in Munich the year
before – has been advising
his former foe on his diet,
training and sleeping
pattern.
But Whyte insists
their relationship is
a disaster waiting to
POSITIVE: Leach
Which Belfast fighter
lost to Tevin Farmer in
a 2018 IBF superfeatherweight bout in
Boston?
What is the middle
name of England and
Borussia Dortmund winger
Jadon Sancho?
Which para-athlete has
been named the 2018
BBC Young Sports
Personality of the Year?
Who took pole in the
F1 2018 United States
Grand Prix in Austin, Texas?
Which Super League
club have signed
Warrington Wolves forward
George King for next season?
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C
D
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Chisora yesterday
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READING manager
Paul Clement has
been given two games to
save his job – starting
against Bristol City
tomorrow.
SOUTHAMPTON’S
midfield star
James Ward-Prowse,
24, is set for a shock
move to German side
RB Leipzig in January.
WEST HAM plan
talks with London
Stadium’s operators to
find out how two fans
invaded the pitch during
Wednesday’s 3-1 Carabao
Cup loss to Tottenham.
HEARTS and Hibs
have vowed to ban
supporters involved
in violence at
Wednesday’s
Edinburgh derby when
Hibs boss Neil Lennon,
Hearts goalkeeper
Zdenek Zlamal and
both assistant referees
were attacked.
NORTHERN
IRELAND and the
Republic of Ireland have
made a joint bid to host
the European Under-21
Championship in 2023.
SUNDERLAND are
eyeing a January
swoop for Exeter goal
machine Jayden
Stockley, 25.
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BRIDGE TOO FAR?
Aaron Ramsey’s
chances of a Chelsea
move are fading fast
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Chelsea cool on
Aaron move
■ by PAUL BROWN
CHELSEA
are
having
second thoughts about a
bid for Aaron Ramsey due
to the form of Ross
Barkley
and
Ruben
Loftus-Cheek.
The Blues are one of several clubs
monitoring developments with
Ramsey, who has been told he is no
longer in Arsenal’s plans.
But with Barkley and LoftusCheek in the form of their lives at
Stamford Bridge, there is a feeling
in the corridors of power that
Chelsea’s
need
for
another
midfielder is not great.
Barkley has scored three times
in his past three games and earned
a recall to Gareth Southgate’s
England squad.
And Loftus-Cheek, made available
on loan in the summer, has four
goals in his last three games.
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ref cfc1 look at the
difference in grounds
spurs arsenal state of the art
grounds Chelsea just an
extension. as for throwing
stats about since 2014
Chelsea net spend £200
million spurs £29 million big
difference so keep thanking
Roman for your premiership
survival. superspursfan
Karanka we have a proud
history at forest we’re not
one of these muppet clubs
you’ve managed before.
we’re not ok with cup ko’s.
TETS
a sad loss of lcfc
chairman vichai and
fellow passengers in crash.
sympathy to their familys.
lcfc frontline
i had 2 lol at what tim,
salford said that if pep
gets any bluer he wil b goin
on the p*** with loudmouthed comic & city fan
milly! id pay2c THAT!! J.C.
i was on a m/c
picc-euston train mon &
comic milly was on with some
of his m8s goin2watch city v
spurs at wembley & they
were half drunk on the train!
chris
Condolences to
everyone at lcfc after the
awful tragedy. my heart goes
out to the srivaddhamaprabba family and those who lost
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GOLDEN BOYS:
Ruben LoftusCheek and Ross
Barkley have shone
Manchester United and Liverpool
are also looking at Ramsey, who has
a goal and three assists in 12 games
for Arsenal this season.
Fabregas has yet to start a Premier
League game under Maurizio Sarri
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scoring the winner in Wednesday’s
3-2 Carabao Cup fourth round win
over Derby.
He said: “I still believe in myself a
lot and think I can add a lot to this
team. Let’s see what happens but I
am happy here. In life, not just
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“You don’t have to rush decisions.
You don’t have to talk before
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am playing once a week.
“But we will see when the time
comes when the Europa League
ends for two months and there is a
break in the EFL Cup.
“Then there will only be games in
the Premier League.”
Sean makes ‘shoot me’ vow
SEAN DYCHE insists there
is no way he will still be
managing at 65 like
Manuel Pellegrini.
Dyche (left) celebrated
six years as Burnley boss
on Tuesday and hopes to
beat Pellegrini’s West
Ham in London
tomorrow.
The Clarets boss is
47 and intends to
have his feet up by
the time he is in his
mid-60s.
He said: “I won’t be in
management at 65. What
was the famous quote
■ by MIKE WHALLEY
from Sir Steve Redgrave?
‘If I am, you can shoot me’.
“I don’t think it’ll be that
kind of game in the future
for management. It’ll
change. It’s going to be a
future of hopping around
clubs. It’ll be a one-season
mentality, possibly.
“There will be fewer
people like me and Eddie
Howe at Bournemouth
who stay at clubs for a
long time. I don’t think I’d
want to be popping around
club after club at 65.” Both
Dyche and Pellegrini have
made a big impact – which
has left unusual legacies
for both of them.
Dyche had a Burnley pub
named after him for
leading the club into
Europe in May.
Meanwhile, Pellegrini last
month had a roundabout
named in his honour in
Malaga, who he took to the
Champions League
quarter-finals.
The Burnley boss added:
“It’s a lovely thing when
people give you these
accolades.”
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Boss key to my future
says Spurs ace Alli
DELE ALLI is convinced that Mauricio Pochettino is
staying at Tottenham.
The England star signed a new six-year, £150,000-a-week deal on Tuesday
and said Pochettino is a “massive part” of why he wants to stay at Spurs.
The Argentinian boss is back in Real Madrid’s sights after they sacked
Julen Lopetegui this week.
Santiago Solari is in temporary charge while the Spanish giants begin their
hunt for a new long-term manager.
When asked about Real’s interest ■ by ADRIAN KAJUMBA
after Spurs’ 3-1 Carabao Cup win
over West Ham on Wednesday, As a young professional, I had to
Pochettino issued a reminder that he think about what is best for my
still has a contract that runs until career and where I can improve.
“It’s not all about winning
2023 with no release clause.
In short, it will cost mega-money to trophies for me yet at my
age.
prise him away from Spurs.
“I want to keep
And Alli, 22, is confident he will
continue working under Pochettino improving and trying to become the
for a while yet.
“He’s a massive part of wanting to best player I
can be. I
be at this club,” said the midfielder.
Style
“You work with the gaffer, you want
to have a good relationship with the
manager and we all feel like we’ve
got that here.
“We all love the way we work. The
style of play, we all want to be a part
of it. He’s done a lot for me so far and
hopefully he can keep helping me to
improve. He’s a very nice guy but at
the same time, he can’t be too nice.
“Everyone has got a lot of respect
for him. You don’t want to get on
his bad side.”
With Pochettino overseeing his
development, Alli believes Spurs is
the best place for him to keep
improving.
When he was asked about the
attraction of playing in Spurs’
heavily-delayed new stadium, Alli
said: “It played a little part, not a
massive part.
“The stadium and the training
ground are great but you can have all
that and still not improve as a player.
think I’m at
a great place
to do that.”
Alli
celebrated
his
new deal by
helping Spurs
reach the Carabao
Cup quarter-finals
where they will face
north
London
rivals
Arsenal at the Emirates next month.
Alli said: “It’s a big game. We want
to get as far as we can in this competition.
“We want trophies, not only for us
but for the fans as well.”
■
ON THE UP:
Alli in action
against West Ham
on Wednesday and
(inset) Spurs boss
Pochettino
United don’t scare Simon
BOURNEMOUTH captain Simon Francis
aims to pile the pressure on Jose
Mourinho tomorrow after telling
boyhood heroes Manchester United: We
don’t fear you anymore.
United travel to the Vitality Stadium
looking to continue their recent revival.
But Cherries skipper Francis, 33, who
grew up an avid United fan, reckons
Eddie Howe’s men are favourites to win.
“There is certainly no fear factor,” said
Francis, whose side are flying high in
sixth place in the Premier League.
“The form books would say we might
be favourites going into the game.
“I don’t think we see it as a free hit anymore, these kinds of games, because we
believe we can beat them. With the
Gerard:
I’m no
Messi
■ by MIKE WALTERS
GERARD DEULOFEU has
vowed never to go back to
Barcelona – because he
couldn’t handle being
dubbed “the new Messi”.
Watford’s £13m winger
opened his account for the
season with a spectacular
goal against Huddersfield
on Saturday after an
injury-hit start.
Deulofeu, who was part of
a three-pronged strike force
with Lionel Messi and Luis
Suarez in some games last
season, is relieved to have
left great expectations at
the Nou Camp behind.
Between stints at Sevilla
and Everton, Deulofeu, 24,
never consistently
produced his best for the
Catalan giants.
He told the Offside Rule
Exclusives podcast: “That
was difficult. When I was
young it was terrible, every
day in the media you are
the ‘new Messi’, and that’s
not good for a young
player.
“I’m a former Barcelona
player, but maybe my style
is more similar to the one
of a Real Madrid or
Manchester City player.
“I didn’t take the chance
of staying at Barcelona
because playing there is so
difficult and sometimes I
didn’t have the chance, the
confidence of Barcelona.
“But now I’m here at
Watford, I’m still young and
the coach is tough in my
case. He is always trying to
get the best out of me.
“I said I will not come
back to Barcelona. We tried
two times, and if those two
times doesn’t work, I don’t
want to try three times... it’s
too hard.
“I had been at Barcelona
since I was nine years old,
but sometimes you don’t
feel hope. My best football
is in the Premier League
and Watford put a lot of
confidence in me.”
Watford go to Newcastle
tomorrow in search of a
third consecutive win.
Thierry has Em in sights
■ by ALEX CROOK
points we have accumulated so far,
even if we lose to Man United people
might think, it’s okay they have had a
good start to the season, but we don’t
see it like that.
“Even in our first season when we
played the big teams nobody would
back us to get any points but this is our
fourth season and we have come a long
way.
“These games are the ones we can
grab by the scruff of the neck and take
to Man United.
“The lads will be raring to go and are
looking forward to every Premier
League game. We are on good form.”
HYPE: Deulofeu
FLYING HIGH: Francis
THIERRY HENRY wants Arsenal starlet
Emile Smith-Rowe to join him at Monaco.
Smith-Rowe, 18, played the full 90
minutes of Arsenal’s 2-1 Carabao Cup
win over Blackpool on Wednesday night
and is tipped for the top.
Gunners great and new Monaco boss
Henry has been monitoring the
teenager for months and has enquired
about taking him to France on loan.
It is understood one of the first calls
Henry made on getting his first
managerial job was to check on
Smith-Rowe’s availability, and a January
move has not been ruled out.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery has big
plans for the England Under-17 World
Cup winner, but his first-team chances
■ by PAUL BROWN
in the Premier League look limited this
season.
Smith-Rowe signed a five-year deal
with the Gunners in the summer before
making his competitive debut in
September against Vorskla Poltava in
the Europa League.
His appearance was the first
professional debut by an Arsenal player
born in the 2000s and he followed it up
by scoring against Qarabag last month.
Earlier this week, the attacking
midfielder, who can also play on the
wing, revealed how he aspires to play
like Manchester City and Belgium star
Kevin De Bruyne.
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
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■
WHAT A BLAST:
Brahim Diaz
shoots home through
a crowd of Fulham
players to give City
the lead last night
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STATION
FOOTBALL
Carabao Cup 4th round
Man City (1) ...............2 Fulham (0) ................ 0
Diaz 18, 65
Att: 35,271
(Man City away to Leicester or
Southampton in quarter-finals)
UEFA Women’s Champions League
rd of 16, 2nd leg: Glasgow City 0
Barcelona 3 (Barcelona win 8-0 on agg).
BASKETBALL
NBA: Brooklyn 120 Detroit 119 (OT),
Chicago 107 Denver 108 (OT), Golden
State 131 New Orleans 121, LA Lakers
114 Dallas 113, Minnesota 128 Utah
125, New York 101 Indiana 107, Phoenix
90 San Antonio 120.
CRICKET
Tour Match (day 1 of 2) – Colombo:
Sri Lanka Board President’s XI v
England. No play, rain. Today: 4.30am.
5th ODI – Thiruvananthapuram:
West Indies 104 (Jadeja 4-34) v India
105-1 (Sharma 63no). India won by nine
wkts and win five-match series 3-1.
GOLF
PGA European Tour – Turkish
Airlines Open (Antalya, Turkey) –
leading 1st rd scores (Gbr & Irl unless
stated, par 71): 64 P Dunne; 65 J Rose,
P Harrington, T Olesen (Den); 66 A Wu
(Chn), L Westwood, S Horsfield, H Li
(Chn), K Aphibarnrat (Tha), M Kaymer
(Ger), T Detry (Bel). Others: 67 D Willett,
M Wallace, C Paisley; 68 T Fleetwood,
S Lowry; 69 T Lewis; 70 S Gallacher,
R Knox, L Slattery; 71 A Johnston,
O Fisher, A Rai; 72 R Fisher, A Chesters,
A Sullivan; 73 R Rock; 74 J Smith; 75
P Waring, R McEvoy; 78 M Southgate.
ICE HOCKEY
NHL: Vancouver 4 Chicago 2.
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OPPO International Championship
(Daqing, China) – qtr-finals: M Allen
(NIrl) bt A Carter (Eng) 6-0, J Lisowski
(Eng) bt J Trump (Eng) 6-2, N Robertson
(Aus) bt M Selby (Eng) 6-4, M Stevens
(Wal) bt M O’Donnell (Eng) 6-5.
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ATP Rolex Paris Masters (France) –
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F Fognini (Ita) 6-4 6-3, N Djokovic (Ser)
bt D Dzumhur (Bih) 6-1 2-1ret, M Cilic
(Cro) bt G Dimitrov (Bul) 7-6 6-4.
TODAY’S DIARY
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Sky Bet Championship
TEEN STAR DIAZ
A DAZZLER
MANCHESTER CITY got
some teenage kicks to
brush aside Fulham and
cruise into the Carabao Cup
quarter-finals.
Pep Guardiola might have some of
the finest talents in the business in his
ranks at the Etihad.
But what should frighten opponents
most is that the latest stars off the
production line could go on to become
the best of the lot.
Brahim Diaz might be just 19 and
struggling for game time, but he made
the most of his big chance with two
impressive goals – his first for the
club.
Flair
■
TWO GOOD: Diaz
celebrates his
second goal to put
the tie beyond Fulham
The Spain Under-21 international has
been linked with a move to Real Madrid
and it wasn’t hard to see as he showed
composed finishing that some of his
more established team-mates lacked.
Not far behind Diaz was Phil
Foden, 18, who pulled all the strings
in midfield as Guardiola’s men ran
riot without scoring the goals their
creativity and flair deserved.
Guardiola made 10 changes, but could
still include proven internationals
such as John Stones, Kevin De Bruyne,
Pep’s kids on glory trail
by JEREMY CROSS
MAN CITY
FULHAM
2
0
Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus. The
visitors, meanwhile, made just three
changes to what appeared to be a strong
line-up.
One thing that had seemed guaranteed
was goals, because City score them for
fun and the Cottagers concede them
for, well, less fun.
Guardiola’s men had fired in 38 this
season, while the London outfit had let
in 11 in their past 12 games.
It took City just 44 seconds to threaten
when De Bruyne blazed straight at
Sergio Rico before testing the keeper
again with his side’s next attack.
De Bruyne was at the heart of
everything for City but his night was
spoiled when he limped off with a knee
problem in the closing minutes. Diaz
showed how to take a chance when the
ball dropped to him on 18 minutes, his
powerful effort flying past Rico
following a deflection off the leg of
Aleksandar Mitrovic.
The siege continued with Danilo
ratting the frame of the goal,
Foden shooting over and De Bruyne
hitting the roof of the net with a
long-range free-kick.
There was no let-up for the visitors as
another flowing move ended up with
Sane lashing his shot just over.
Foden then headed wide from pointblank range while Jesus weaved
through but did the same with a shot
and somehow the scoreline remained
1-0.
Jesus headed wide after the break
and his misery was complete on 65
minutes when he hit the post. It was a
night in which he did less in a box than
illusionist David Blaine.
But thankfully Diaz was first to react
to slam home the rebound and complete
one of the most routine wins possible
to pile the pressure on Fulham boss
Slavisa Jokanovic.
Aston Villa v Bolton (7.45pm) ............................
JD Welsh Premier Lg: Aberystwyth v
The New Saints, Cefn v Newtown (both
7.45pm).
BASKETBALL
BBL Championship: Newcastle v
Leicester, Worcester v Sheffield (both
7.30pm).
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Pakistan v New Zealand (4pm).
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Elite League: Fife v Belfast (7.30pm).
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Manchester (7.30pm).
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European Championship group
(Galashiels): Scotland v Wales (7.30pm).
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v Saracens (8pm). Group Three: Bristol
v Gloucester (7.45pm). Guinness
Pro14: Edinburgh v Scarlets, Ospreys v
Glasgow (both 7.35pm).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Geovanni; 7 Dauga;
8 Krige; 9 Indian; 10 Olly; 12 Hope;
14 Nedved; 17 Wells; 18 Stone;
19 Yegorova.
Down: 1 Gould; 2 Ojamaa; 3 Aoki;
4 Neill; 5 Eddie Howe; 6 Ben Yedder;
11 Reasco; 13 Pelle; 15 Viola; 16 Isao.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
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Adenegan, 4 Lewis Hamilton, 5 Wakefield Trinity.
Hugh ’n
mighty
■ by CHRIS HATHERALL
CHRIS HUGHTON will be on
the shortlist for October
Premier League Manager
of the Month today but is
more proud of winning
three games in a row.
Brighton beat Wolves,
Newcastle and West Ham
in October, all by 1-0.
So no wonder Hughton is
favourite for the gong as he
takes his team to Everton
tomorrow sitting 11th in the
table.
“It’s probably unusual to
win three on the spin with
no goals conceded, so let’s
see. But it’s not something I
ever think about,” he said.
“What I am very proud of
is to win three in a row. I
was manager of Newcastle
in the Premier League and
Norwich and haven’t done
it very often. And I certainly
haven’t won four in a row.
“It’s a big achievement for
a club like us. It’s hard
enough to get back-to-back
wins in this league so to
get three on the spin, I’m
delighted.”
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PREMIER LEAGUE
We know
what Kasper
could have
seen. It was
very difficult bad moments
■
SO EMOTIONAL:
Claude Puel has
a tear in his eye at his
King Power press
conference yesterday
DEAL ME IN: Gomez
Joe’s on
for cash
bonanza
■ by DAVID MADDOCK
LIVERPOOL will reward Joe
Gomez for his great form
with an improved contract.
The England defender has
three-and-a-half years left
on his current deal, but the
club want to recognise a
player who manager Jurgen
Klopp said is “the future of
Liverpool”.
Talks have started, with
Anfield chiefs confident the
centre-half will extend his
deal on a big pay rise
within months if not weeks.
Klopp is keen to tie up all
his best young players on
big-money deals.
Speaking about Gomez,
he said: “He has a big
future here at Liverpool, no
doubt about that.
“Joe is a very important
part of the squad and it’s
so nice to see.
“I remember when I came
in and everybody told me
about him.
“Now seeing him full of
confidence, and being
really fit, I know what they
were talking about.”
Gomez is happy at Anfield
and has indicated his
desire to stay on after
forging an exciting
partnership with Virgil van
Dijk. The pair have become
the league’s most efficient
central defensive pairing.
While Klopp is keen on a
new deal for Gomez, it is
understood he has passed
on any chance to sign
Wales star Aaron Ramsey,
who has been told by
Arsenal he will not be
getting a new contract.
■ Ram raid foiled – P43
Lukaku’s
reprieve
From Back Page
not scored in his past nine
United appearances and
Mourinho has come under
pressure to continue to
leave him out.
But he has held private
talks with Lukaku this week
and told him that he is still
one of his most important
and influential stars.
Now Mourinho is
considering recalling him
for United’s trip to in-form
Bournemouth tomorrow
lunchtime.
The United boss realises
the longer Lukaku remains
on the bench the bigger the
issue will become.
Mourinho admitted he left
out the striker to protect
him, as his confidence is
shot to pieces.
But the United boss said
this week: “I think when he
scores one goal, life will
change for him.
“I have no doubts that
soon he will start scoring
goals.”
DAILY STAR, Friday, November 2, 2018
47
Play for him
From Back Page
staff the opportunity to go to the
funeral. We will see the logistics.
“Of course all the players want to
go and support Vichai’s family.
“We have a responsibility about
his memory. It was the first words
from Kasper Schmeichel that we
have this responsibility to continue
this way and to perform. We’ll play
for him and for his family.
“The result is not important. But
our desire, our action, our hope to
give our best on the pitch to honour
our chairman is the most important
thing. The result is secondary.”
Among the floral tributes inside
the club’s reception is a bouquet of
blue roses from star striker Jamie
Vardy and wife Rebekah, with a
photograph of Vichai and Top
alongside them at their wedding.
Tuesday’s Carabao Cup tie against
Southampton, postponed following
the tragedy, has been rescheduled
for Tuesday, November 27.
Puel said: “On Tuesday when we
came back to training I gave the
opportunity to the players whether
they want to train or play in the gym
or play without working.
“I was surprised – it was a
fantastic feeling – to see all my
players on the pitch. All of them
together trained and gave 100 per
cent just to remember and honour
the chairman.
“The players, the staff, the club,
also Top – made the decision to play
this game against Cardiff. It was
important to be together on that.
It is difficult but we will be ready.”
UNPOPULAR: Ashley
‘Ashley’s
really a
nice guy’
■
TRIBUTE:
Fire and Rescue
teams pay their
respects yesterday
and (below)
Emile Heskey
■
RESPECTFUL:
Title-winning
boss Claudio
Ranieri yesterday
with Vichai’s widow
Aimon and son
Aiyawatt, or Top
From Back Page
professional as we can.
Things around football,
around the training ground,
around games, we can’t
control but you always hear
little things and things get
out and it just creates a
negative mess.
“I’m not saying it’s the
reason for us not winning
games but if you’re always
hearing negativity, it
creates a bad picture.”
The Magpies now have
back-to-back home games
against Watford and
Bournemouth.
Lascelles’ decision to
sign a new six-year
contract has been widely
welcomed but later
comments, describing
Ashley as “a nice guy” and
claiming fans’ protests
affect the team, have gone
down less well.
The 24-year-old met
Ashley for the first time at a
local restaurant when boss
Benitez, his staff and the
entire squad were present.
“Speaking honestly, and it
might not be what everyone
wants to hear, as a club I
think it is important
everyone is together
especially when we’re right
down at the bottom of the
table,” said the defender.
Positive
■
LOST IN THOUGHT:
Jamie Vardy and
Kasper Schmeichel the
day after the crash
CLAUDE PUEL REVEALS FOXES HEARTACHE
CLAUDE PUEL, voice quivering, opened his heart yesterday on the haunting moment
he heard Leicester’s owner’s
helicopter had crashed.
The Foxes boss gave a heart-rending
account of when he was told something
had gone tragically wrong within yards
of the King Power Stadium on Saturday
night.
Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and
four others were killed when his private
helicopter was engulfed in a fireball after
crashing an hour after Leicester’s 1-1
home draw with West Ham.
Puel was in his office at the time and
was close to tears again as he recounted
the chilling moment he realised that
something was wrong.
The Foxes boss said: “I didn’t see him
after the game, I saw him before. He was
enjoying it, he was happy, smiling, we
discussed a lot. I obviously could not have
imagined the things that came after.
“I was in my office in the stadium with
my family and friends and all my staff.
Mike [Stowell], the goalkeeper coach,
came in and gave me the news.
“Of course we were devastated. We
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
could not understand what had happened.
It was not possible to take in the news.”
As he spoke, the Thai billionaire’s dark
blue Bentley limo – registration VS09
FOX – sat outside the media centre at the
ground and fire engines routinely passed
by.
A dozen firefighters, helmets under
their arms, walked past.
They were the actual fire crew who had
been first to the crash site on Saturday
night and had come back to pay their
respects and to sign the book of
condolence.
Fans filed into a marquee to sign the
same book of condolence and just
across the way even more visitors
added to the sea of flowers and scarves
at the still growing shrine outside the
turnstiles by the club shop.
Puel recalled seeing his goalkeeper
Kasper Schmeichel, who had raced out to
the scene less than 300 yards from the
ground and remained at the stadium
until around 1.30 the following morning
in a state of shock.
“I was with the staff,” said Puel. “We
remained for a lot of time together,
without it being possible to share words.
It was silence. Then we saw Kasper.
“I think he was the only player remaining a long time after the game. We know
what he could have seen. It was of course
very difficult – bad moments.”
Asked exactly what the Danish international had witnessed, Puel added,
unsteadily: “I don’t want to give all the
details. Kasper lived this situation and
he saw a lot of things.”
The Foxes boss has been trying to prepare his shell-shocked side for tomorrow’s
game at Cardiff revealing that his abiding
memory of the 60-year-old billionaire was
his generosity of spirit.
Shared
“It was his spirit, his kindness in all
situations,” he said. “He wanted to please
all the time, for people to be happy around
him all the time. He invited me often to
Ascot races and private polo games.
“I met Prince William and Prince Harry.
He shared all his things with people. It
was fantastic.
“I took his boat to Antibes. He loaned it
to me for three days to take with my
family.
“All the time he wanted to please all the
people around him. This is the image I
want to keep of him.”
Puel said the way that Vichai’s widow
Aimon and son Aiyawatt – known as ‘Top’
– insisted on sharing what could have
been extremely private moments of grief
on Monday had brought everyone at the
club even closer together.
“His son Top shared the first moment to
honour Vichai with us in the stadium.
“We discussed with his mother and with
Top and it was shared. We paid tribute at
the site of the helicopter. We put flowers
in the centre of the pitch.
“We shared these feelings with the
fans. To see the flowers and share our
grief. The owner made the club a
family. He made it great.
“He truly was loved by everyone in the
club and outside the club.
“Personally I was privileged to work
with him. Seeing all the flowers shows the
amount of lives he touched.
“He leaves behind a legacy that will be
remembered forever.
“Playing football has not been at the
front of our mind.
“But this weekend and all matches
thereafter we will play to honour the man
who did so much for us.”
“I think the meal was
really positive, hearing him
speak and seeing what he’s
like as a man.
“He’s a nice guy and just
seems like a normal
person. I know fingers are
pointed at him but I think it
was a positive meeting and
if it could happen more, I
don’t think that would do
any harm.
“If there are divides, I
think it creates problems.
If everyone at Newcastle
stopped the negativity and
tried to form a unity, that
would help.
“When there are problems
off the pitch, it does have
an effect on players so it
would help if everyone
came together and put all
that bad energy into
positive energy, helping us
get three points.”
Lascelles is adamant he’s
not criticising the Toon
Army, whose support he
values.
“I do understand their
frustrations,” he said.
“They want more from the
club. I get it.
“But I also know how
powerful the fans can be
and how infectious they
can be when they get
behind us.”
Lascelles insists whatever
Newcastle’s fate this
season, he’ll be there next
year.
He said: “Would I leave if
we were relegated? No, I’m
part of this team.
“But we’re not going to
get relegated. It’s not
happening.”
MAN CITY...2 FULHAM...0
STERLING £72M
GAIN BUT IT’S
PAIN FOR KEV
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Jamaal:
Lay off
Ashley
■ by IAN MURTAGH
SKIPPER Jamaal
Lascelles has urged
Newcastle fans to lay off
Mike Ashley and rally
round Rafa Benitez’s
struggling side instead.
The Toon Army want
owner Ashley to sell up.
But Lascelles
wants an
end to the
“bad
energy”
which
has
engulfed
the club’s
season.
Asked for
his thoughts on
protests and the threat
of a fans’ boycott,
Lascelles (above) said:
“It doesn’t help.
“We are footballers,
we concentrate on our
jobs and try to be as
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■ by JEREMY CROSS
RAHEEM STERLING was all
smiles last night after agreeing a
bumper new Manchester City
deal worth a staggering £72m.
But it was a different story for
Belgian superstar Kevin De
Bruyne, who limped off as City
sealed their place in the Carabao
Cup quarter-finals.
England ace Sterling is close to
signing a five-year contract worth
£300,000-a-week which will make
him one of he highest-paid stars
in Premier League history.
Marred
He watched from the bench as
his side cruised past Fulham 2-0
to earn a quarter-final tie with
Leicester or Southampton thanks
to two goals from Spanish kid
Brahim Diaz, 19.
But another good day for Pep
Guardiola’s men was marred by
the suspected knee injury to De
Bruyne.
The City boss admitted they
were in the dark about how
serious it might be, saying: “He is
being checked by the doctors. We
don’t know if it’s nothing or if it’s
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JOSE MOURINHO is set
to recall Romelu Lukaku
after heart-to-heart talks.
The Manchester United
boss dropped Lukaku
(below) on Sunday for
the first time since
signing him from
Everton last
year.
The
Belgium
hitman
has
scored
only four
goals this
season but
was stunned to
miss out on facing his
old club. United won 2-1
at Old Trafford, with
England star Marcus
Rashford up front.
Lukaku came on for a
late cameo but failed to
make an impact. He has
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■
DIFFERING
FORTUNES:
Sterling (above) and
De Bºruyne last night
■ by JEREMY CROSS
MATCH
REPORT
PAGE 45
We’ll play
for Vichai
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
LEICESTER’S grief-stricken players
want to play tomorrow in honour of
owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
After the trip to Cardiff, they will then fly 6,000
miles to Thailand to attend his funeral.
Srivaddhanaprabha (right) was killed in the
helicopter tragedy outside Leicester’s King Power
Stadium last Saturday, along with four others.
Boss Claude Puel said: “I want to give players and
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FOXES TO FACE CARDIFF THEN
FLY 6,000 MILES TO FUNERAL
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