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TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2019
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BUNGLING Jeremy Clarkson
was left red-faced last night
after mixing up new Top Gear
host Paddy McGuinness with
an IRA leader.
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
TODAY’S WEATHER
TODAY: It will be a cooler
day but dry and bright for
many places with spells of
sunshine. North-eastern
parts will be breezy with
more cloud and a few
showers along North Sea
coasts. Rather cloudy at
times in the far west, too.
OUTLOOK: A chilly start
tomorrow but it will be dry
and bright for many. Rain
will spread across the
north-west. It will be
rather cloudy on
Thursday with
patchy drizzle,
easing later.
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The actor has been one of Mr
Trump’s biggest critics since he
took over in the White House.
And in his scathing tirade, he even
suggested the President – who has made
controversial comments about Mexicans
and Muslims – was a white supremacist
and a fascist.
De Niro, 75, said: “Yes. I guess that’s
what it leads to. If he had his way, we
would wind up in a very bad state in this
country.
“I mean, the way I understand it, they
laughed at Hitler. They all look funny –
Hitler looked funny, Mussolini looked
® by ROBIN COTTLE
funny and other despots and dictators
looked funny.
“What bothers me is that there will be
people in the future who see him as an
example and they’ll be affected in some
way, but they’ll be smarter and do more
damage than a despot.”
Bomb
Last October a pipe bomb was sent to
the New York HQ of De Niro’s production company, allegedly by Trump supporter Cesar Sayoc.
Before the Trump presidency, De Niro
had a reputation for being a man of few
words off screen.
But the double-Oscar winner has rejected calls to tackle the President with a
more measured approach, claiming his
enemies have to “fight fire with fire”.
He branded Mr Trump, 72, a “scam artist” and “all smoke and mirrors”.
Last July, Mr Trump slammed De Niro
for his views, accusing the legendary
actor – who played middleweight boxing
champ Jake LaMotta in Raging Bull – of
“taking too many shots to the head”.
Mr Trump said: “Robert De Niro, a
very low IQ individual, has received too
many shots to the head by real boxers in
movies. I watched him last night and
truly believe he may be punch-drunk.
“I guess he doesn’t realise the economy
is the best it’s ever been with employment being at an all-time high, and many
companies pouring back into our country. Wake up Punchey!”
robin.cottle@dailystar.co.uk
New car
‘perfect
storm’
NEW car sales are
being threatened by a
“lingering sense of
uncertainty” over how
diesels will be taxed
and treated.
Sales fell 7% last
year, and are set to
drop by another 2%
amid growing
pressure to tax diesel
cars more to help cut
emissions.
Mike Hawes, from
trade body the
Society of Motor
Manufacturers and
Traders, said: “The
challenges before us
are something of a
perfect storm.”
Fire risk
for 100
blocks
MORE than 100 blocks
of flats are still
covered in flammable
cladding 18 months
after the Grenfell
Tower tragedy.
These include 69
private buildings for
which there are no
plans to replace it.
There are 44 in the
social sector where
remedial work is yet to
be carried out.
Plans for work on
these are in place,
Local Government
Minister Lord Bourne
revealed after being
quizzed by Labour.
Pictures: SPLASH NEWS; PA
TEL: 020 8612 7373
HOLLYWOOD legend Robert
De Niro compared Donald
Trump to Hitler in an astonishing outburst.
ANGER: Gesture. Above, police close in
Cops land
boat haul
A MIGRANT gives the finger after
travelling to Britain on an inflatable boat.
Eight people are believed to have
travelled on the dinghy to Dungeness,
Kent, and were found by officers three
miles from the shore.
A man has now been arrested on
suspicion of facilitating entry into the UK.
In a separate incident, a suspected
illegal immigrant was found hiding on a
coach bringing pupils back from a school
skiing trip. Police were called to St John’s
School in Marlborough, Wilts, on
Saturday morning and the 29-year-old
stowaway was arrested on suspicion of
entering the country illegally.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Bellamy
eaterie’s
red card
Rosa
DOORS CLOSED: Craig
RAVISHING
„
Rosa is
desperately
waiting for spring.
The blonde
„
24-year-old,
from Bristol, loves
gardening and
“just can’t wait for
the cold weather
to go so I can do
some weeding”.
Yes, our
blooming
lovely lass knows
all about a rake’s
progress and it
should only be on
a lawn. So dodgy
blokes steer clear.
„
CRAIG Bellamy’s
restaurant has closed.
The former footballer,
39, bought the Pier 64
steakhouse in Penarth,
Vale of Glamorgan, after
retiring from playing.
But an insolvency firm
has announced the
restaurant will be placed
into liquidation.
Begbies Traynor said:
“Pier 64 Limited ceased
trading on January 2.”
Bellamy stood down
from his coaching role at
Cardiff City Academy
last week after being
accused of bullying
a former player.
The ex-Liverpool,
Manchester City and
Newcastle forward
“categorically refutes”
the claims.
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JOHN TO
WED HIS
DISH OF
THE DAY
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LOVED UP: Lisa shows off her ring in a selfie with John
Lisa’s yes for chef Torode
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TELLY chef John Torode
is to wed former Holby
City star Lisa Faulkner
after meeting her on
Celebrity MasterChef.
The judge told followers in
an Instagram post showing his
new fiancée relaxing by the pool
on holiday.
DEAD SET: Saw’s Jigsaw
Film kid
Kevin’s
a killer?
DIRECTOR James Wan
thinks the theory that
Home Alone boy hero
Kevin McCallister grew
up to be serial murderer
Jigsaw from the Saw
movies is “amazing”.
The idea was originally
posted online by Jason
Concepcion, who wrote:
“When you take into
account the similarities
between Kevin’s
pathologically
complicated homedefence mechanisms
and Jigsaw’s carefully
designed murder traps,
the case for Kevin being
young Jigsaw becomes
substantial.”
Saw director Wan
added: “I’m flattered
that people have fun
with these fan theories.”
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He captioned the image:
“And she said YES !!
Bloody love my Lisa ..
Have put a ring on it.”
The actress showed
off her huge diamond
sparkler to fans in
her own post.
Beside a smiling selfie of the couple with
the diamond clearly
visible, she wrote: “My
gorgeous John completely
surprised me on Christmas Day and
asked me to marry him!
“After waiting to tell our family
when we got home we had a few days
just grinning at each other!!”
The 46-year-old added: “Happy
2019 it’s going to be quite a year
guests in London next month at
the Yes You Can event.
Danniella, who has battled substance abuse and is now fighting
womb cancer, tweeted: “I will be
speaking on stage for the first
time alongside 45 other Internationally Inspiring Speakers.
“This Event is Going to (be)
EPIC. I’d Love you to join me.”
and I’m going to embrace
every minute of it. All
you need is love. Love is
all you need.”
The lovebirds got to know each
other on Celebrity MasterChef in
2010, which Lisa went on to win, but
they did not start dating until 2012.
Lisa split from husband, fellow
actor Chris Coghill in 2011, while
John, 53, divorced Jessica in 2014.
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
Gabrielle gas
FIGHTING TALK BY DANNI
DANNIELLA
Westbrook
is
launching a career as a motivational speaker.
The former EastEnders star,
45, will be one of the special
STARS: John & Gregg
Wallace. Left, Lisa
DEBUT: Actress
SINGER Gabrielle has admitted her most
embarrassing moment – burping on stage.
The 49-year-old Dreams singer said she had
swigged beer rather than her normal lemon
and honey drink before going on stage.
She said: “The gas got me – I went to open
my mouth for the encore and the biggest,
dirtiest belch came out.”
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Picture: REUTERS
MOBBED: Spacey arrives at court in Nantucket
SPACEY ALL
SMILES AS
HE DENIES
GROPE RAP
® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
KEVIN Spacey pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting
an 18-year-old man yesterday.
The smiling Oscar-winner was mobbed as he entered the
normally quiet court in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
It is alleged he groped the man after plying him with
alcohol at a bar in Nantucket in 2016.
Spacey, 59, looked composed as he nodded at the judge
during the 10-minute hearing. The actor spoke only to say
“Thank you” during the
hearing and left after a
brief meeting with a probation officer.
He was released without
having to pay bail but must
not contact his alleged
victim.
The single count of Indecent Assault and Battery
carries a sentence of up to
five years in jail.
Jet
FAME GAME: Chris
Biggins
reality
TV dig
„
GEORGIA Toffolo soaks up the sun in Barbados. The
I’m A Celebrity star shrugged off the winter blues on
the sandy shores of the Caribbean island.
She appeared engrossed in the best-selling novel Eleanor
Oliphant Is Completely Fine while relaxing on the beach.
Toff paired a cute crocheted bikini top with floral swim
bottoms and completed the sweet look with a floral
headband.
Earlier in the holiday, the reality star was spotted cooling
off in a neon green and blue string bikini.
„
So nuts
for huts
SEASIDE fanatics queued
outside for more than 24
hours to secure a beach hut
for the summer.
Twenty-one units at Avon
Beach, Christchurch, Dorset, became available to
rent for the whole year from
8am yesterday and people
began queuing from 7.30am
on Sunday to get one.
The group swelled in size
to 25 people as temperatures dropped to a cold 2C
during the night.
Pictures: BACKGRID; MEGA
CHRISTOPHER
Biggins blames
reality TV for
robbing the
showbiz world of
“proper stars”.
The star blasted
young celebs from
shows such as
Love Island who
“hang around for
a year” then
“fade”.
The 70-year-old
says everyone is
just after 15
minutes of fame.
He ranted: “It’s
a perfect example
of what Andy
Warhol said.
Everyone will
have 15 minutes
of fame.
“Proper stars
are diminishing.”
After leaving the courtroom Spacey was whisked
away to Nantucket island’s
airport where his private
jet was waiting.
His next pre-trial hearing was set for March 4,
but Spacey will not have to
appear in person and can
instead call in to the court.
The allegations against
the Usual Suspects star
were made after the MeToo movement was sparked
by allegations of sexual
assault against Hollywood
producer Harvey Weinstein.
Weinstein denies all the
allegations.
SEXY TOFF
IS A BIT OF
A FRILLER
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
5
STAR ‘STRUGGLING’ WITH NEW LIFE
Booze will
Roo-in you
IN DOCK: Alex Hepburn
Cricket
star is
accused
of rape
STAR
BARGAIN
hunter Barry
Downes got a shock
in the sales when he
opened a new kettle
at his home in
Paddington, west
London, and found
a snake inside.
BURST
See doc
by video
GOING to the doctor’s
could be a thing of the past
under plans to make all
appointments online
within five years.
Unveiling its long-term
plan yesterday, NHS
England promised a
digital revolution.
The plan calls for more
video consultations to
help slash long waits
for appointments.
Bosses say the plans offer
a “blueprint to make the
NHS fit for the future” and
will improve treatment.
BOMBER ‘CATCH’
FISHERMAN Dave Cross
hooked a propeller thought
to be from a Lancaster
bomber which crashed off
the coast near Plymouth.
‘BIG BAD WORLD’ FOR WAYNE
® by JERRY LAWTON
WAYNE Rooney’s booze
arrests show he is struggling with life outside
football, says former
ace Danny Murphy.
The star will have experienced “no problem in life”
while he was protected by
his club and vast wealth, the
television pundit said.
Picture: SPLASH
A CRICKETER raped a
sleeping woman after
helping to set up a sexual
conquest “game” with
friends on WhatsApp,
a court has heard.
Worcestershire’s Alex
Hepburn is alleged to have
attacked her in a dark
bedroom shortly after she
had consensual sex with
team-mate Joe Clarke
following a night out.
Jurors at Worcester
Crown Court heard the
woman, who cannot be
identified, believed she was
still in bed with Mr Clarke
– who had left the room to
be sick – but awoke to find
Hepburn performing a sex
act on her.
Prosecutor Miranda
Moore QC alleged that a
chat group Hepburn took
part in was set up to record
details of women its
members had slept with.
Among the rules of the
“game” were ratings out of
10 and a stipulation that
the “winner” be able to
enjoy a free night out paid
for by other members.
Hepburn, of Worcester,
denies two counts of rape,
claiming the alleged victim
was awake and that initial
kissing led to consensual
sexual contact.
The trial continues.
®
ORDEAL: Rooney yesterday,
police mugshot and, left, Danny
But now Rooney, 33, is facing a
new start.
And Match Of The Day analyst
Murphy has suggested Rooney’s
recent drink-related indiscretions
show he is struggling.
The footballer – who now plays
for DC United in the US – was
arrested and fined for being drunk
and swearing at Dulles International Airport in Washington.
He is still banned from UK roads
for drink-driving.
Former Liverpool, Spurs and
Fulham midfielder Danny said: “I
think when players are coming to
LEAGUE LEADERS ON CRIME
ARSENAL tops the country’s
league for crimes committed
around its stadium.
Despite the club languishing
outside the top four in the
Premier League, the Gunners
are streets ahead when it
comes to disorder.
A survey of crimes
committed within a one-mile
radius of the side’s Emirates
Stadium revealed that 1,421
incidents, the equivalent
of 47 a day, were recorded
in November.
This is more than twice
the rate that fierce rivals
Spurs – currently playing at
Wembley – have seen after the
club recorded 705 crimes in
the same period.
Queens Park Rangers’ Loftus
Road ground came in second
with 1,215 crimes reported,
David’s
‘haven’
® by OLIVER PRITCHARD
research by Ticketgum.com
has revealed.
Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge
finished third after 1,173
crimes – an average of 40
a day – were recorded in
the same month.
At the other end of the table
Conference side Bromley’s
Hayes Lane ground is
regarded as the country’s
safest stadium after a mere
261 crimes occurred.
Championship team
Brentford also fared well,
finishing third from bottom
after it saw only 358 incidents
over the period.
The survey included a range
of crimes such as shoplifting
through to serious offences
such as robbery.
DAVID Beckham has opened up
about how he felt like a different
„
person on a football pitch.
In an interview for Love magazine,
he said that being on the pitch
„
“is where I felt most at ease, most
confident and happiest”. He added: “I
turned into a totally different person.”
ARREST: The footballer
the end of their career – and I
have been there – it’s very difficult. You can find yourself in a
position where the structure that
you’ve had for so long is becoming
less. You have more freedom to do
what you want to do.
“When you’re playing the biggest problem is when you’re not
playing, you’re out of the team or
you’re injured.
“Everything else is manageable
because you’ve got the finance
and the club support.
“But when you get to the end
you’re in the big, bad world.
“You’re in your mid-30s and
all of a sudden you’re finding
yourself not having the adulation
or adoration.’’
Rooney’s spokesman has said
the former England and Manchester United star had taken sleeping
tablets mixed with some alcohol
and was disorientated.
Asked how he was when Rooney
emerged from his US home yesterday, the footballer replied: “I
am good, thank you.”
jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk
6
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Says
The gym
is no tonic
THERE’S something about millennials’ latest claim we don’t quite
buy.
Apparently, there is a growing movement against going out on the lash.
Instead more than half claim they
prefer going to the gym than a big
Saturday night out with pals.
And a third of all 18 to 35-year-olds
say they are now teetotal.
Forgive your Daily Star for thinking
out loud – but pull the other one.
You just have to look down any UK
High Street at kicking out time every
weekend to know these claims don’t
add up.
Snowflakes like to sneer at a lot of
what has gone before.
But having fun shouldn’t be one of
them. People work hard and deserve
to let their hair down with their hardearned cash.
There is nothing wrong with that.
And it’s hard to believe this generation is any different, even if
they’d like to think they are.
A British
rhapsody
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IF you’ve been the victim of crime then the odds are that a
Daniel was behind it! As we reported yesterday, the name crops
„
up more often for villains than any other, according to police on
Humberside who studied records of wrongdoers.
But do other names also have hidden secrets?
Yes, says JAMES MOORE, who reveals how they could affect
everything from sex to speeding…
HOW fantastic to see so many Brits
on top of the world once again.
It was another glittering night for our
phenomenal acting talent at the
Golden Globes.
Almost all of the most important
gongs went to stars from these isles.
In films, the brilliant Olivia Colman
and Christian Bale won best actress
and actor.
And in telly, there were top awards
for A Very British Scandal star Ben
Whishaw and Bodyguard hunk
Richard Madden.
The most prestigious prize of the
night – best picture – also went to a
British film in Bohemian Rhapsody.
It’s testament to the deep pool of
talent in this country that our stars can
dominate one of Hollywood’s biggest
events.
Now let’s hope they sweep the
board at next month’s Oscars, too.
David’s kicking: You could score
with this name – according to a
study it’s the most common for a
player in the history of the Premier
League. But it’s not the likes of
David Beckham that have been most
reliable for goals over that time.
That honour goes to Kevins!
Laura
unto
themselves:
School’s back – but who’s
most likely to misbehave?
Website School Stickers
found that girls named
Laura were likely to be the
naughtiest in class, while
those called Adam were the
boys most likely to get a telling off.
Oscar nomination: Experts at
the Knowledge Academy analysed half-a-million CVs and
found that Oscars earned the
most on average, typically
£37,786 a year. When it comes
to women those called Lily
– such as actress Lily Collins – earn the most, with
an average salary of £30,821.
But it’s those called Peter
or Deborah who are most
likely to become CEO of a
top firm – think Peter Jones
and Deborah Meaden on
TV’s Dragons’ Den.
Just Jezz
JEREMY Clarkson is highly likely
to spark fury with his latest outspoken comment about Paddy
McGuinness and the IRA.
But Jezza hasn’t won millions of fans
by being afraid of controversy and
close-to-the-bone gags.
It’s quite simple – if people don’t like
him, don’t watch him!
®
DEL OF A MONIKER:
Dereks hit jackpot, Lilys
earn most and Davids score
Tearaway titles: You’re
most likely to be caught
speeding if your name is
Rupert or Juliet according to car insurance firm
Diamond. But, if you go
by Paige or Connor, the
chances are you’ll
stick to the limit.
Horny handles: Changing your
name could get you more dates. According to research carried out by
Adzuna from dating app Happn, singletons called James and Sarah are
the most likely to attract attention.
Shortening your name – like Kate
for Katherine as in Kate Moss,
also makes you more attractive,
according to a study by Badoo.
Called out: Want your partner to
stay faithful? Steer clear of Megans or Nathans. A website for
those looking for flings, Gleeden.
com found that people with these
names were most likely to be
looking to have an affair.
Andy fact: Blokes who go by this
name are the most likely to call in
sick, a poll of 5,000 workers found.
Steves and Pauls were in second
and third place. Women called
Susan are the kindest, according to a different study.
Moneyed monikers: Those
called Will or Lauren are
most likely to wind up as millionaires say researchers,
while men called Derek – like
Del Boy in Only Fools and
Horses – along with women
called Karen are the most
likely to scoop a Lottery jackpot, according to figures from
Jackpot.com.
Best of British: Olivia – as
in Golden Globe winning
Olivia Colman – is the
most popular name for
baby girls while Oliver is
the most popular
name for boys.
®
MOSS BE A DATE:
Women called Kate
attract amorous suitors
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
SHIP PLAN: Mordaunt
Aid bid
to build
Navy’s
vessels
I’M PARANOID I’M
HEARING VOICES...
®
MURDER
CHARGE:
Darren Pencille
is accused of
the killing
CASH from Britain’s
foreign aid budget could
be used to help build Royal
Navy ships.
International
Development Secretary
Penny Mordaunt made the
suggestion after the
Government had been
accused of squandering
the £14billion annual pot.
It emerged that British
taxpayers were giving aid
to China and India – which
both have space
programmes.
The Cabinet minister
wants tens of millions of
pounds spent on building
dual-role vessels.
During humanitarian
disasters they would be
used as hospital ships.
In a letter to Defence
Secretary Gavin
Williamson, former Armed
Forces minister Miss
Mordaunt said: “We
should also explore how
this could support our
military capabilities (and)
take pressure off a
stretched fleet.”
Miss Mordaunt, a Royal
Navy reservist, is now
pushing for the Treasury
to approve her plan.
The main obstacles in
her way are international
aid rules which dictate
how development money
can be spent.
RAIL TRIP: Victim and dad-of-one Mr Pomeroy
Train stabbing
accused claims
mental issues
® by TIM BAKER
TRAIN traveller Lee Pomeroy’s killer
stabbed him nine times in a bloody,
violent attack, a court heard yesterday.
Darren Pencille, 35, is accused of murdering the
51-year-old on a train to Waterloo last Friday.
STAR
A GROTTY
car garage has
gone on sale for a
staggering £100,000
in the village of
Bosham, West Sussex.
It’s described on
RightMove as a “rare
opportunity”.
BURST
Arsenal
bus roof
charge
A MAN accused of sitting
on the roof of Arsenal’s
team bus is to be
prosecuted.
Neil Holden, 42, from
Blackpool, allegedly got on
the roof of the coach at a
hotel where the team were
staying prior to their FA
Cup tie at Blackpool.
It was believed to be a
protest against the
ownership of Blackpool FC
by Owen Oyston.
The law being used to
prosecute him was brought
in by prime minister
Margaret Thatcher to stop
secondary picketing during
the miners’ strike.
Holden will appear before
JPs later this month.
STATION PROBE: Forensics officers and the train standing at Horsley after the attack
He also faces a charge of possessing an offensive
weapon.
The court was told that CCTV images showed Pencille
stabbing Mr Pomeroy no fewer than nine times.
It also heard he was “paranoid” and “hearing voices”.
A manhunt was launched after married dad-of-one Mr
Pomeroy died the day before his 52nd birthday.
The IT worker from Guildford, Surrey, passed away
with his 14-year-old son
beside him. They had been
planning a day trip to
London.
Pencille was told yesterday at Guildford Crown
Court that he would stay in
jail until he entered a plea
in February.
Also in court was Chelsea Mitchell, 27, who was
charged with assisting an
offender after she is said to
have helped Pencille flee.
She is accused of picking
him up in her car and
helping him disguise himself, including by buying a
razor.
COURT DATE: Mitchell
She entered a plea of not
guilty, and will also be back ferred to the crown court
due to the serious nature
in court next month.
Mitchell and Pencille of the charges.
Later in the day at the
were arrested when police
raided a flat in Farnham, higher court, Pencille
Surrey, after a 17-hour stayed in his chair and remained silent.
hunt.
A spokesman for Mr
In a two-minute hearing
at Staines Magistrates’ Pomeroy’s family said: “He
Court earlier in the day, was a loving husband and
Pencille sat on the floor, father.
“He will be deeply missed
claiming members of the
public were filming and he by all his family.”
tim.baker@dailystar.co.uk
was paranoid. He was re-
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WE’RE TOPS FOR TELLY
FURY AT
LACK OF
ICE TIME
WE’RE TOPS FOR TELLY
HOLLY’S
DANCING On Ice viewers were
left raging after the two-hour
opening show featured only 15
minutes of actual skating.
Some 7.6million fans tuned in
on Sunday night to see the likes
of Gemma Collins, Jane Danson, left, and Didi Conn, above,
take to the ice for the first time.
But the programme, hosted by
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, got an icy reception.
One viewer wrote on social
media: “The show should be
called Adverts & A Little Bit of
Dancing On Ice.”
Another said: “Disappointed.
Terrible commentary and too
many adverts.”
And another wrote: “A little
bit of dancing on ice in between a s***load of adverts”.
However, an ITV source
said: “The show ran to the
same format it always has
done and it was the most
watched of the night.
“The audience grew over
the 120 minutes which indicates that people were definitely enjoying it.”
Race for Babs Big switch-off
EASTENDERS Adam Woodyatt, Natalie Cassidy and Jake Wood are running the London
Marathon in honour of Barbara Windsor.
They will join other pals of the actress to
raise cash for dementia research after her
battle with Alzheimer’s was revealed.
Dame Barbara, 81, said: “It means so much
to me to see some of my closest friends coming together to support this cause.”
Christmas Day telly got the worst ratings since
records began in 1981.
The most-watched programme was Call The
Midwife on BBC1, with 8.7million viewers.
But it was half a million below the 2016 show,
which had held the record for the lowest ratings
for a most-watched Christmas Day show.
Second place was Michael McIntyre’s Big
Christmas Show with 7.6m viewers.
■
IT’S TOE
GOOD IN
HERE: Holly
loved her spell
in the Jungle
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
WE’RE TOPS FOR TELLY
WE’RE TOPS FOR TELLY
JUNGLE HEAVEN
‘Comeback’
hopes after
star says: I
loved Celeb
®
SMILING
THROUGH:
Paddy’s wife
Christine out
and about in
Wilmslow,
Cheshire,
yesterday
® by RUTH McKEE
DELIGHTED Holly Willoughby
has described her stint on
I’m A Celebrity as “heaven” .
The 37-year-old said she had “the
best time” fronting the Jungle show
alongside Declan Donnelly.
Holly’s rave review of her two months
Down Under came as she returned to her
role hosting This Morning yesterday.
And it raised fans’ hopes she could return to the programme – despite insisting
she was just keeping the seat warm for
Ant McPartlin while he takes time off
following a drink-drive conviction.
Holly said: “It’s been a little bit of heaven. A one-off bit of heaven.
“I’ve had the best time. It’s like nothing
I’ve ever done before. Everything about it
is completely bonkers.”
She added: “The Jungle itself is beautiful, the studio is beautiful, but apart from
that, everything else is mad.” Before head-
JEZZA’S JIBE
AT TV PADDY
From Page 1
didn’t know who Paddy was.”
Clarkson – sacked from Top Gear
in 2015 for punching a producer –
made the embarrassing blunder
while promoting the new series
of The Grand Tour.
He was asked if he had heard of
Take Me Out presenter Paddy
McGuinness, above left, who has
signed up to front his old BBC Two
motoring show.
And he told Radio Times: “No.
The IRA guy? No idea.” Bungling
Clarkson mixed up Paddy McGuinness with Martin McGuinness.
Paddy fronts the dating show
Take Me Out and has also appeared
on Phoenix Nights and Through
The Keyhole. Martin McGuinness
was once senior commander with
the Provisional IRA and later Deputy First Minister of Northern
Ireland. He died in 2017.
Last night Jezza explained: “I
didn’t know who Paddy McGuinness was. I have never seen that
dating thing he does. It was an
honest mistake.
“I thought they said Martin
McGuinness.”
Last night a spokesman for Paddy
McGuinness declined to comment.
The Star Says: Page 6
FRIGHT: For Holly in Jungle
ruth.mckee@dailystar.co.uk
BOYS ON TOUR: Presenters James, Jeremy and Richard
Picture: BACKGRID
ing to Oz, the telly star revealed
she spent weeks battling a crippling
fear of spiders.
And Holly admitted that she was
plagued by critters during her spell
in the tropics. The presenter said:
“Everything wants to eat you, everything wants to bite you. But I’ve
loved it, I’ve really, really loved it.”
The mum of three was back to her day
job presenting ITV’s This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield yesterday,. And she
revealed that she had adored everything
about the “Jungle bubble”.
Holly told viewers: “It was bonkers, you
are completely in a Jungle bubble.
“You do that show and everybody is talking about that show when you’re there,
and you’re sleeping on different times so
you can’t discuss it with anybody. It was a
real adventure. I was a great big wuss, but
we all knew that was going to happen.”
And the telly veteran admitted that the
swarms of insects almost made her dash
back to the UK.
She said: “I got bitten by a green ant, just
the one. But it took me by surprise. I saw it
on my hand and that’s when I freaked out
and burst into tears. I ran out.”
Holly added: “Fleur East was covered
head to toe in green ants and I cried
because I was bitten by one. I wasn’t there
for that. I didn’t sign up for that.”
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‘FRIENDS’ REUNITE
THE Grand Tour stars
Jeremy Clarkson,
„
James May and Richard
Hammond are not pals off
screen and get on each
other’s nerves.
May said: “Some people
think we live in a big
house together with
our cars parked
outsideÊBut that’s
nonsense. We don’t
really hang out with each
other. We don’t speak to or text
one another weekly. It’s not a
prerequisite that we are mates
off screen.
“This is common. I think the
people in Friends hate each
other. Morecambe and Wise hated
each other and The Goodies.”
¬ÊSeries three of The Grand Tour
starts on January 18 on Amazon
Prime Video.
„Ê
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
SICK SAVILE
HOME USED
IN HOLS AD
FEARS FOR LIFE: Rahaf
Saudi
flee girl
‘to stay’
STAR
CUSTOMS
officials in
Singapore who were
investigating meowing
coming from a large
bulge in a man’s
trousers were
shocked to find a
litter of kittens.
BURST
READY ASSAULTED
A MAN of 59 was handed a
suspended sentence after
he bit his wife for eating
some of his crisps in Union
Township, Pennsylvania.
Fury over pic of perv’s cottage
TOURISM bosses used
a photograph of Jimmy
Savile’s house in a
promotional post.
The Instagram pic features the paedophile’s Highland holiday cottage where
it is feared he abused more
than 20 victims.
VisitScotland shared a snap
of the cottage with the caption
“Snow-capped mountain in
Glencoe, fantastic shot”.
Followers
left
comments
praising the “amazing” view
before some pointed out the
home once belonged to the
disgraced entertainer.
Staff removed the picture and
said it was posted in error.
The paedophile bought the
white-washed cottage, Allt Na
Reigh, in 1998 from renowned
Scottish mountaineer Hamish
MacInnes.
In a statement, a VisitScotland spokesperson said: “Our
social media channels are used
to inspire people to visit Scotland, because of this we often
share stunning images taken
by visitors to our country.
“In error, we shared on
Instagram an image depicting
snow-capped mountains in
Glencoe which also contained a
building.
“We later decided to remove it
in case it caused any offence.”
Savile used the cottage next to
STORM: The Highland home
the A82 as a Highland holiday
home until his death in 2011. It
was later reportedly sold at
auction to an elderly couple for
£212,000 – more than double the
£100,000 asking price.
But after allegations started
to emerge about Savile, it was
targeted by vandals who spraypainted “Jimmy the Beast” and
other graffiti on the walls and
locals say it has been left empty.
The building also featured in
the Louis Theroux documentary When Louis Met… Jimmy.
news@dailystar.co.uk
Pictures: SWNS
AN 18-year-old Saudi
woman who barricaded
herself inside a Bangkok
airport hotel to prevent her
being sent home has come
out after talks with the
United Nations’ refugee
agency.
Rahaf Mohammed
al-Qunun arrived from
Kuwait on Saturday, saying
she feared her family
would kill her if she was
forced to go back.
Her relatives have not
commented on her
accusations of abuse.
Saudi Arabia’s strict
social rules require a
woman to have the
permission of a male
“guardian” to travel.
Thai officials had planned
to put Qunun on a flight
back to Kuwait yesterday.
But they backed down
after her online pleas drew
international attention.
Immigration chief
Surachate Hakparn said:
“We will take her into
Bangkok and provide her
with safe shelter under the
care of the UNHCR.”
® by RICHARD PERCIVAL
DON’T BURY ME
AT PAEDO GRAVE
A JUDGE has ruled that the ashes of an
alleged paedophile must be removed from
a family plot because relatives don’t want
to be buried near him.
The landmark judgment was made in the
Church of England’s Consistory Court,
which can approve remains being removed
from consecrated ground.
The man’s ashes were buried with his
wife and her parents at the time, only for a
scandal to engulf the family. He cannot be
named for legal reasons and all that is
known is that it was in the Diocese of
Lichfield in Staffordshire.
The issue came to light after a stepgranddaughter claimed that he had sexually abused her from the age of five to 13.
While the dead man was never charged,
his relatives have now made it clear that
he is no longer welcome.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
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ARREST: Cancun Airport
Price: I’m
not guilty
KATIE Price yesterday
appeared in court to deny
being almost twice the
legal alcohol limit while in
charge of a vehicle.
The former glamour
model, 40, was arrested by
police in Woolwich, east
London, following a road
accident in October.
She is said to have
crashed her pink Range
Rover into a parked car
before driving into a bush.
Price was bailed to attend
Bexley Magistrates’ Court
on February 25, when her
trial will start.
More than 100 vehicles were involved
in the exercise, which began at disused
Manston airfield near Ramsgate, Kent.
The fleet then drove along the
A256 towards Dover. Tracey Ives,
who owns haulier INT Logistics, said:
“The roads were very quiet today.
“I would have thought we would
have got a better, more realistic
overview of it all if it hadn’t been
advertised beforehand.”
®
®Ê
READY TO ROLL: The lorries line up on
a disused runway, then take to the roads
in a convoy as part of Brexit planning
Exercise beats clubbing
BOOZE-hating snowflakes
would now rather go to the
gym than enjoy a night out
with their pals.
And the revelation comes as one
third of 18 to 35-year-olds claimed
to be teetotal.
HOT SQUATS: Young people opt for exercise
A survey found 35% do not like staying out late and 22% will not go partying because it “might affect their
sleep pattern”.
As thousands of Brits try to stick to
their healthy new year’s resolutions
and “dry January”, many have
already turned their back on booze.
Research by David Lloyd Clubs suggests two in five 18 to 35-year-olds
have not been to a nightclub in more
than a year while 30% have been to a
gym in the last fortnight.
And 54% claimed they would rather
do squats than shots, choosing a work-
EXCLUSIVE
T
FLAKES SNUB BOOZE
FOR GYM AND SLEEP
U
BURST
THESE lorries were part of a fake
traffic jam created yesterday as
®
part of “no-deal” Brexit planning.
O
STAR
SO many
orphaned, sick
and injured baby
seals are being
found on beaches in
Cornwall that rescuers
are appealing for
more towels to
wrap them in.
The
farce
lane...
IN
A GRANDAD was banged
up in a cell for three days
by mistake after his name
was flagged up on an
international wanted list.
Anthony Inglis Smith, 65,
flew to Cancun on holiday
with his wife, Carole, but
was seized by Mexican
authorities.
He was shocked to
discover he shares a name
with several serious
criminals – and has the
same birthday as one.
While he was detained,
immigration officers
recorded his finger prints
and his eye colour. He was
also supervised by a guard
who watched him even
when he went to the toilet.
He said: “I was treated
like I was a serial
murderer. Being detained
in a cell for something
that you haven’t done is
definitely disorientating.
“They showed me to a
dingy, cold, 10ft by 10ft
windowless cell with two
thin mattresses. My wife
was escorted off to the
hotel on her own, which
she found frightening
because she was in a new
country and all by herself.”
After three days,
Anthony, of Worthing,
West Sussex, was flown
home on a British Airways
flight out of Cancun.
He said: “I’ve lost £3,000
over this, but it’s not about
the money – it’s about
clearing my name and
making sure that I won’t
have any further issues
when I next go travelling.”
Pictures: PA; EPA
Brit, 65,
held in
‘wanted’
blunder
® by ROBIN COTTLE
out over a night out, the fitness centre
chain discovered.
The social lives of this health-conscious generation are also changing,
with 19% saying their schedules now
include an exercise class with pals.
And snowflakes are spending more
on clothes and homewares than they
do on drinks at a bar or club.
David Lloyd has launched a fitness
class, Blaze, for those who enjoy the
music and lighting of a club but do
not want the late night.
The group’s Michelle David said:
“We wanted to offer a fitness class
that packs a punch, which is competitive and challenging but is also fun.
“It’s not often a fitness class can be
as fun as a night out.”
The Star Says: Page 6
robin.cottle@dailystar.co.uk
WINE DOWN: Drinking on wane
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
PUT ON SPOT
„
THERE are cynical publicity stunts and
then there’s the life of the Kardashian/
Jenners.
Kendall Jenner promised to share a
“deeply personal story” all weekend, even
roping her mum into the build-up.
But her “big reveal” turned out
to be entirely self-serving
after she was named the new face
of anti-acne product Proactiv.
It clearly doesn’t work
Kendall.
„
KANYE’S PALS
PUSHING back his presidential
campaign to 2024 means Kanye
West has time for another project.
Last year he swanned off to
Wyoming to produce Ye and went on
to help make five more albums.
Now the rapper has taken Migos, Lil
Wayne, Timbaland, left, and 2 Chainz
to Miami to produce the next LP.
It comes after Kanye splashed out £11m
on a Miami condo so wife Kim can stay
close while he works.
JUST because you’re
Justin Bieber’s
„
wife it doesn’t mean life is
going to be easy.
Hailey Bieber has
revealed that she suffers
with anxiety.
She wrote: “The truth is
no matter how amazing
life may look, I struggle…
“I have anxiety. I
have found myself
scrolling through
Instagram comparing
myself, comparing
my looks.”
„
RIHANNA is about to peel
back the curtain on a highly
anticipated ninth album.
After I revealed she was
working on a dance LP with
hit producers Calvin Harris,
Martin Garrix and Diplo
last year, the pop princess
finally confirmed she’s back
in the studio.
In between flogging her
luxury Valentines Savage
X Fenty lingerie, Ri
found some time
to post a sweet
but short video
from the studio
yesterday.
Picture: WIREIMAGE
RiRi’s a
real draw
TALKIN’ BOUT
THE MONAE
ZARA Larsson
„
has swapped the
snow-capped slopes of
Sweden for some
winter sun.
After spending Christmas
skiing back home, the
singer is enjoying a
rum ole time in the
Caribbean with model
boyfriend Brian
Whittaker.
Zara still has plenty to
toast as her latest
single Ruin My Life has
finally entered the Top 10.
„
GOOD news Glastonbury ticketholders – the mighty fine Janelle
Monae is hitting Worthy Farm.
Lauren Laverne, left,
announced the funkateer will
headline the event’s West Holts
Stage (the old jazz stage) on
her new BBC Radio 6 Music
Breakfast Show.
Laverne kicked off the
show with Starfish And
Coffee by Prince.
Glasto’s Emily Eavis
came on and revealed
a new Arcadia is being
designed for the fest
plus an expanded
Block 9 area.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
JAMES CABOOTER’S
with SAM
MAYERS
MEL C wants to
drag queens at see
Sp
Girls shows thi ice
s
summer.
She told Glyn
Fussell’s Drag
Queens’ Den
podcast: “I hope
see a lot of Posh we
Spices. She nee
be in the crowd ds to
.”
A Star
isTorn
WORLD
Nic’s just
four-some
GAGA TURMOIL
AT FILM ROLE
„
PERHAPS we know
too much about our
pop stars when it comes to
their habits these days.
Nicki Minaj shocked her
fans by revealing how often
she and boyfriend Kenneth
Petty get frisky between
the sheets. Responding
THERE’S more than one person inside Lady
Gaga...
NEWLY engaged
„
Heidi Klum dressed
for the Golden Globes.
The model, who gets
hitched to Tokio Hotel’s
Tom Kaulitz later this
year, wore two outfits on
her way to two different
parties after the bash.
GOLDEN NIGHT
FOR BRITS: P17
TAYLOR’S
RED-HOT
Picture: WIREIMAGE
Pictures: GETTY
The Golden Globe-winning singer’s turn in A Star Is
Born has left her with an ongoing identity crisis.
Referring to Ali, her on-screen character, Gaga explained:
“She (Ali) hasn’t left me yet.
“I had to change a lot of ways and had to go to
depths in myself you might not want to go to.
“It’s a bit of an identity crisis.”
Gaga had to channel experiences of childhood
bullying to get into the role: “I was so insecure
and so depressed. That’s where I drew from.”
She felt naked without her
meat dress and telephone
hat.
“It’s so vulnerable to
take off the wigs and
make-up.”
Gaga made sure she
had a belly full of inspiration before the Globes.
She explained: “I had Thai food, a cheeseburger and fries, and topped it off with some
fruity pebbles.”
It was a bittersweet night for Gaga who
missed out in the big categories.
Perhaps that’s why she went to
bed early with her fiancé Christian Carino, above right, and
solitary gong.
She gushed: “He’s wonderful. It’s just such a beautiful
evening and he was so supportive through the entire
filming process and I love
him so much.”
Do I hear wedding bells?
Gaga smiled: “My lips are
sealed.”
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to one follower who
suggested they must get
it on “6x a night”,
Nicki responded with “3-4
on average. 6 is a bit
much sis”.
Hard to imagine some
old crooner from the
past being that candid.
„
ROCHELLE
Humes will
„
get little
sympathy here.
The pop belle
turned TV
presenter was
bemoaning her
last day of sun
on holiday.
We’ve had Long
Johns on for two
weeks here, so
you can stick
your coconut
juice where the
sun don’t shine.
THEY dodged the red carpet
together but Taylor Swift
and Joe Alwyn weren’t shy
when it came to PDAs.
After Tay presented Gaga
with the Best Original Song
gong, she reunited with her
British boyfriend at the
after-party and they were
spotted smooching.
Onlookers say they looked
loved-up and spent the rest
of the evening “kissing”.
Meanwhile, Taylor’s co-star
in the Cats movie Idris
Elba claims “she holds her
own” when it comes to
making her acting debut.
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Lags get
so snappy
A JAIL has installed
a photo booth so that
inmates can take pictures
with family members.
Prisoners at privately-run
HMP Lowdham Grange
in Nottinghamshire can
use the facility to capture
group shots with relatives
during visits.
STORMING: Wind, rain and snow on the way
3-MONTH
GALES HIT
BRITAIN is set to be hit by three months of storms as
experts predict snow, strong wind and rain will last
for the rest of winter.
Atlantic storms will clash with cold air being kept in
place by high pressure stuck north-east of Britain.
AccuWeather forecaster Tyler Roys said: “We expect
an uptick in windstorms
to impact the British ® by NATHAN RAO
Isles for three months.
tion as a storm system
“While the high pushes comes in from the west
temperatures below nor- and the Scandinavia high
mal, windstorms will retreats from the north.”
counteract the dip with
Heavy rainfall will hit
warmer-than-usual air.
the north later this week
“A couple of ice events with showers, wind and a
are not out of the ques- risk of snow.
Landslide
cliffs peril
A GROUP including kids
have been slammed after
standing on a cliff edge
where a landslide
happened just days before.
Coastguards in
Newquay, Cornwall,
warned: “It is a matter of
time before someone is
seriously hurt or killed”.
Arrest in
kill probe
A MAN has been arrested
on suspicion of murder
after a 35-year-old woman
was found dead.
The body of Sarah
Ashraf was discovered by
police at a home in Poplar,
east London, on Saturday.
A man, 32, was arrested
at the scene.
DRAMATIC
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LEADS HOPEFULS FOR AWARD
Ant and
Dec take
on Holly
and Phil
® by PETER DYKE
Pictures: WIREIMAGE; GETTY
OF THE TV BOX
LOVE Island, Bodyguard
and I’m A Celebrity will
all be hoping to come
away winners at the
National TV Awards this
month.
The shortlist of nominees
was unveiled yesterday by host
Dermot O’Leary.
®
One of the biggest fights on the
night will be for the best TV
presenter gong.
Ant and Dec are up for the award
and hoping to bag it for the 19th
year in a row.
But since Ant took most of 2018
off to focus on his health and was
not on the box much, the TV duo
face strong competition from Holly
Willoughby (who stepped in for him
to co-host I’m A Celebrity) along
with Graham Norton, Bradley
Walsh and Phillip Schofield.
Bodyguard will slug it out with
Killing Eve and The Cry for best
new drama.
Jodie Whittaker, the new Doctor
Good,
bad &
ugly
WINNERS:
Olivia and
Richard and Kate
Beckinsale at the
after-party
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RIVAL: Jodie Whittaker
Who, will face Michelle Keegan,
Richard Madden and Cillian Murphy, star of Peaky Blinders, for best
drama performance.
Takeaway is up against I’m A
Celebrity, Love Island, All Round To
Mrs Brown’s and The Graham
Norton Show for The Bruce Forsyth
Entertainment Award.
And in a twist to the gong for best
TV judge, Judge Rinder will battle
Simon Cowell, Robbie Williams, David Walliams and Louis Tomlinson.
To mark the shortlist announcement, some of the stars of the NTAs
were turned into characters from
The Beano comic strip including
Dermot as Dennis The Menace.
He was accompanied by Bash
Street Kids – Dec as Wilfred, Holly
Willoughby as Toots and Robbie
Williams as Sydney.
The NTAs take place at London’s
O2 on Tuesday, January 22. To vote
online for free log on to nationaltvawards.com.
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
OOPS: Idris and Daniel, Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor with Rami Malek, centre
A GOLDEN
NIGHT FOR
THE BRITS
BRITS cleaned up at the
Golden Globe awards in
„
Beverly Hills.
Olivia Colman landed best
actress in a musical/comedy for
her role as Queen Anne in The
Favourite.
Ben Whishaw scooped the
gong for best supporting actor
for A Very English Scandal.
And Scottish actor
Richard Madden was
handed the best actor in a TV
„
drama award for his performance
in Bodyguard.
American actor Rami Malek
went home with the best
actor in a film gong
for his portrayal of
Freddie Mercury in
the biopic Bohemian
Rhapsody.
Sandra Oh won
the award for
best actress in
a television
„
series for her performance in
Killing Eve.
Meanwhile, Idris Elba sent a
hilarious selfie snapped with
current James Bond star
Daniel Craig.
The Luther actor
has been hotly
tipped to replace
Daniel as the
next 007.
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iPlayer
to offer
shows
for year
STAR
A PIZZA bite
treat replacing
tomato with Marmite
has been launched
by Papa John’s
following its success
in Australia with
Vegemite and
cheese twists.
BURST
Raider’s
bin done
A BURGLAR was caught
when police found him
hiding in a wheelie bin.
Joseph Brazil was snared
after raiding two homes in
Surrey on November 3,
Guildford Crown Court
heard.
Brazil, of Leatherhead,
was jailed for two years
and 10 months. Accomplice
Shane Warburton, of
Hanworth, west London,
was caged for three years.
Picture: @DJGAVIVFOORD
BBC chiefs are consulting
on plans to make all shows
available on iPlayer for a
year.
The move would see it bid
to compete with rivals
Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Bosses want to shift away
from the iPlayer facility
being seen as a catch-up
service with shows
available for a limited time.
They are proposing
programmes be put on for
at least 12 months after
they are first shown, as
well as offering more
complete series box sets
and archive favourites.
Charlotte Moore, director
of content, said: “We know
that in the future BBC
iPlayer will be the main
way many people will want
to watch the BBC.
“It already is for many
younger viewers.
“These changes are about
ensuring we continue to
deliver value for money –
and meet expectations of
viewers who want to watch
full series whenever they
choose to.”
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The Canadian beauty struck a
dazzling pose by straddling a
fluorescent tube while wearing a
tight pink dress with a daring
thigh-high split.
Winnie, 24, who has the skin
condition vitiligo, posted the
shot on Instagram and obviously
saw it as a chance to shine…
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HUNT FOR
CANNIBAL
VAMPIRE
A “CANNIBAL vampire”
is on the run after
butchering his mother
with an axe before
drinking her blood.
Dilip Yadav, 27, is said to
have then hacked Sumariya’s
body into bits before tossing it on to a fire at
their home.
The maniac attacked his mother
in a fit of rage after
blaming her for
the breakdown of
his marriage.
Her
superstitious son also
branded
her
a
witch who caused
the early deaths of
his dad and brother in
Korba, India.
Neighbour Samiran Yadav said:
“I was shivering in terror and
pressed myself against a wall as
this beastly act was going on.”
She said she crept close to their
house after hearing “strange
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noises”. And she froze in horror
as she watched Yadav bludgeoning his mother on the head, neck
and breasts with a hatchet, she
told police.
Then he started licking blood
oozing from Sumariya’s
wounds as she took her
last breaths, she added.
Samiran fled to her
home but was too
frightened to tell
anyone about the
New Year’s Eve
horror.
It was finally
reported to police
as an “incident of
cannibalisation” this
week.
Police officers recovered chunks of human flesh
from the house.
They believe Yadav killed his
mother as a human sacrifice
after finding black magic and
tantra books.
He was
licking up
blood, I
shivered
in fear
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
SAVAGED: Youngster
‘Tragic’
Reuben
killed
by pets
I DROPPED 16 STONE
ON THE
KITKAT
DIET
Choc a day gives Matt ‘new lease of life’
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AN obese man shed 16 stone
– by eating a KitKat a day.
When heavyweight Matthew Hughes
hit 29st, he decided it was time to diet.
But despite counting the calories, the
39-year-old made sure he stayed motivated
by treating himself to the chocolate biscuit
bar every night.
In just 15 months he has gone from 6XL
T-shirts and 60in-waist trousers to weighing 13st and fitting into 34in skinny
jeans.
Matthew said: “I can genuinely say
I’ve eaten chocolate to lose weight. I
love telling people that.
“It’s about understanding that you
can have treats as long as they are a
treat and not something you’re indulging in three or four times a day.
I know if I eat good
stuff all day, I can
have the KitKat
every
evening
without worrying,
and that has really
kept me going.
“You’ve got to
reward yourself.
“Even now that
I’m maintaining
my weight, I still
have the KitKat
after
my
tea
every night without fail.”
Matthew,
of
Widnes, Cheshire,
A BABY attacked at his
home by his parents’ dogs
died of “catastrophic
injuries”, an inquest has
heard.
Reuben McNulty was
just five weeks old when
he was savaged by the
Staffordshire bull
terriers.
His parents Daniel
McNulty and Amy
Litchfield were
arrested and later
released pending
further inquiries.
Reuben was attacked
at his home in Yaxley,
Cambs, on November
18 and died in
hospital on
December 13.
David Heming,
Cambridgeshire’s
senior coroner, said
Reuben “suffered
catastrophic
injuries”.
He added: “The
events surrounding
the tragic death of
Reuben are clearly
devastating for his
parents.”
The hearing in
Huntingdon, Cambs,
was adjourned until
May 16.
Police said that the
two dogs had been
destroyed.
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A PRIMARY
school called
Llanychllwydog near
Fishguard,
Pembrokeshire, which
has just 31 pupils, is
believed to be the last
in Britain with no
broadband.
BURST
Driven to
a U-turn
MONKEY ATTACK
AUSSIE backpacker Sarina
Scaffer, 29, was taken to
hospital after being bitten
on the arm by a monkey in
Krabi, southern Thailand.
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POLICE stopped naming
festive drink-drivers after a
member of the public
complained.
The Derbyshire force
announced it would release
the names of everyone
charged with drink-driving
across the county during
December.
But the policy was
scrapped after one person
complained.
Deputy Chief Constable
Gary Knighton said: “We
are looking into the
complaint and reviewing
our procedures.”
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TREAT: Matthew
with his KitKat
was bullied about
his weight throughout his school years
but says his “happygo-lucky” nature saw
him laugh off all the
taunts.
He gorged on five takeaways a week and binged
on crisps and chocolate.
But after his “wake-up
call”, Matthew joined
Slimming World.
And since swapping all
his unhealthy snacks and
fast-food binges for three
home-cooked meals and
one KitKat a day, the retail
analyst says life is so much
better.
Matthew has watched
the fat melt away, and now
goes to the gym four times
a week.
He added: “I feel so much
better for it. It’s like I’ve
been given a new lease of
life.
“I’m so much more confident and I’ve got loads
more energy.
“Sometimes I look in the
mirror or at a photo and
I can’t believe it’s actually
me. I’ve got so much more
self-esteem and I’m really
proud
of
what
I’ve
achieved.”
robin.cottle@dailystar.co.uk
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25, before Jack, 12, came
The mum of three said:
along in 2007.
“I was always considered
Lisa said: “There was
the cool mum and there
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has been a long-running
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that I’m a bit of a Milf.
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acid-tongued presenter
of The Weakest Link and
Watchdog?
Who was manager of
Chelsea when they
beat Bayern Munich to
win the Champions League
in 2012?
What were
OneRepublic counting
in the title of their massive
selling 2013 single?
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was the first
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name of Douglas-
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minister?
Which Gwyneth
Paltrow film won seven
Oscars in 1999, including
Best Picture?
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ANSWERS:
1) Anne Robinson;
2) Roberto Di Matteo; 3) Stars;
4) Alexander (Alec);
5) Shakespeare In Love.
former
A Which
journalist was the
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THE most visited National
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2. Cliveden House,
Bucks
3. Attingham Park,
Shrops
4. Belton House, Lincs
5. Larrybane, County
Antrim
6. Waddesdon Manor,
Bucks
7. Fountains Abbey,
North Yorks
8. Stourhead, Wilts
9. Anglesey Abbey,
Cambs
10. Mottisfont, Hants
Source: National Trust, year to
April 2017
ANNE
HATHAWAY
An attack of the animal print
gone wrong! Corrie’s Bet Lynch
loved a bit of leopard skin and
this is right up her street.
JULIA
ROBERTS
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Ice, ice baby. Mary Poppins
Returns looking cool as a
cucumber as her stunning
silvery cutaway outfit gives us
the chills.
CLAI
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And Que
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day, January 8, 2019
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IRINA
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A clear winner
with the sexiest
Golden Globes
dress sorted – and
she accessorised
with super-hunk
Bradley Cooper
on her arm the
entire night.
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ROSAMUND
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Pale skin, sunken eyes and a
pinch of exposed ribcage and
collar bone. Skeletons are best
brought out only at Halloween.
JANELLE
MONAE
What do you do when you lose
your hat moments before a red
carpet? Grab a gold fruit bowl
instead, of course!
MELISSA
McCARTHY
Quick, call Dumbledore! One of
the wizards from Harry Potter’s
Hogwarts has escaped and
made it to Hollywood.
sensations
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AWARDS season is officially
here! But what the frock happened at
this year’s Golden Globes? As the
A-listers sashayed down the red carpet at
the 76th annual awards opener there were
more good, bad and downright ugly when it
came to the outrageous outfits as everyone
went all out to dress to impress.
But as always in Tinseltown and the
megabucks bash at the Beverly Hilton, all
eyes were on the over-the-top, eyepopping outfits as well as the gongs.
Here, JENNIFER DUNKERLEY
brings you the top frocks and
shocks from celebland’s
big night…
LUPITA NYONG’O
Strictly sensational! The fringing
on this swishy spangled blue
number makes Lupita look
like she’s dancing even when
she’s standing still.
CATHERINE
ZETA-JONES
We’re green with envy at this
Welsh wonder who still looks
Wicked in this emerald gown.
HALLE BERRY
Oozing with red-hot glamour
and flashes of cleavage, this
scarlet flesh-baring frock
would no doubt leave most
of us a little rouge.
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ALL THE TOP
TELLY NEWS
ASHES
To Ashes star
Philip “Gene Hunt”
Glenister will front
true crime series
What The Killer
Did Next
on Crime +
Investigation on
February 4.
with PETER DYKE and ED GLEAVE
I got Cold Feet
at Cowell offer
peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk
SISTER ACT: Agutter
Jenny’s
MeToo
puzzler
CALL THE
MIDWIFE
JENNY Agutter admits
that the #MeToo movement
baffles her.
She cannot grasp how
women ended up victims
of sexual advances or
assaults from male TV
and film bosses.
The actress, who plays
Sister Julienne in the BBC
One drama, said: “I can
never fully understand the
people who got themselves
into problems.
“In the States, there were
occasions when you might
be asked to go to a private
screening or someone’s
place and you just didn’t do
it – unless you found the
person very attractive, in
which case you did do it!
“But if they’re not really
attractive, there’s nothing
to be gained from it. It’s
obvious what you’re
indicating by going.”
● Call The Midwife is back
Sunday at 8pm.
edward.gleave@dailystar.co.uk
FAY POP STAR SNUB
OLA PLAYS
IT NICE &
SKI-SY
COLD FEET
FAY Ripley got “cold
feet”
when
Simon
Cowell offered to turn
her into a pop star –
just like he did with
big telly stars Robson
and Jerome.
The actress, who plays Jenny Gifford in the ITV drama,
appeared in a comedy back
in 2002 called I Saw You.
CELEBRITY
COACH TRIP
PLANE SAILING? Jodie
Hots for
Dr plots
DOCTOR WHO
WHO is sneaking off
somewhere hot?
Well, Jodie Whittaker and
pals might be boarding
a plane soon to start
filming the new series.
Show chief Chris
Chibnall usually likes to
keep this kind of info
a secret but BBC director
general Lord Hall let the
cat out of the bag.
Of the next series in
2020, he said: “They are
starting work again in cold
January... well, it won’t be
so cold where they are!”
THE Charlotte
Crosby Show is back
on MTV on Wednesday,
January 30 at 9pm.
■
27
HERE is sexy Ola
★
Jordan swapping
her dance shoes for
some waterskis.
The former Strictly
dancer has signed for
E4’s Celebrity Coach
Trip which starts on
Monday. Her husband
James comes along
for the ride too.
The pair had to
battle against
fellow celebs
Charlotte Crosby,
Sam Thompson,
Bobby Norris and
Mutya Buena to
stay on the TV
coach for as
long as possible
during the trek
around Europe.
It looks like Ola
took to it like a duck
to water!
★
And in the show, she got to display her vocal skills and sing.
X Factor boss Cowell liked
what he heard and thought he
could make her a successful
chart topper.
But Fay tells Radio Times: “I
don’t think there’s anything I
regret, although I did turn
down a record contract once
with Simon Cowell’s company.
“What an idiot!
“They had seen me play a
singer and wanted me to make
an album.
“I didn’t want to be like Robson and Jerome and I’m not that
good a singer, so I said no.
“But what I wouldn’t do now
to have a little singalong.”
Fay really did miss out.
Cowell signed Robson Green
and Jerome Flynn in 1994 after
seeing them sing in Soldier
Soldier and the pair boosted
their bank balances after selling seven million records.
● Cold Feet starts on Monday,
at 9pm.
TALENT: Simon offered Fay a contract
THE SECRET LIFE OF THE ZOO
SO DON'T LOOK
BACK IN ANGLER
ONE of the stars of tonight’s
★
show is Noel Gallagher – Noel
the fish that is!
Staff at Chester Zoo, where the
show is filmed, have taken possession of a pinstripe damba fish.
This particular species has
a distinctive monobrow so
zookeepers decided to name
★
him after bushy-browed former
Oasis star Noel.
Zoo workers now have a few
damba fish on their books and
have christened other famous
monobrowed celebs including
Cara Delevingne.
● The Secret Life of the Zoo airs
tonight on Channel 4 at 8pm.
★
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DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
BBC One
6.00 Breakfast Headlines. (W) (S)
9.15 Rip Off Britain: Holidays
How a dash to hospital left one man
facing a pile of medical bills. (W) (S)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Properties about to be auctioned in
Perthshire and Lancashire. (W) (S)
11.00 Wanted Down Under
Australia-born Steve Salaman thinks it
is time to return Down Under for good.
11.45 Caught Red Handed (W) (S)
12.15 Bargain Hunt One team falls in
love with a handmade dolls house. (R)
1.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
1.30 Local News, Weather (S)
1.45 Doctors Rob and Jimmi try
to solve a case involving a missing
person and two suspects. (AD) (W)
2.15 Father Brown A new musical
director for the bell-ringers of St Marys
leads to discord, disharmony and the
blood-curdling sound of murder. (AD)
3.00 I Escaped To The Country
Sonali Shah is reunited with house
hunters who had a budget of
£500,000 to find a property
with coastal views. (R) (W) (S)
3.45 The Farmers’ Country
Showdown (AD) (W) (S)
4.30 Antiques Road Trip
Road Trip debutant and dealer
Stephanie Connell and auctioneer
Charlie Ross travel around Kent
looking for items of interest. (W) (S)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.00 BBC News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 Local News, Weather (S)
holby city:
Nicky goes
head to head
with Cameron
for a promotion,
8pm
7
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8
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9
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10
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11
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TV GUIDE
BBC Two
6.30 Wanted Down Under (R) (W)
7.15 The Farmers’ Country
Showdown (AD) (R) (W) (S)
8.00 Sign Zone: MasterChef:
The Professionals The first
group of remaining contestants
are set two daunting challenges by
Monica and Marcus. (AD) (R) (SL) (W)
9.00 BBC News At 9 (W) (S)
10.00 Victoria Derbyshire (W) (S)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (W) (S)
12.15 Politics Live Updates from
Westminster and beyond. (W) (S)
1.00 Think Tank Bill Turnbull hosts
as three more contestants compete
to win a cash prize. (R) (W) (S)
1.45 Reel History Of Britain
Melvyn Bragg’s mobile cinema parks
alongside the College of Medical and
Dental Sciences in Birmingham. (R)
2.15 Getting The Builders In (R)
3.00 A Place To Call Home (R)
3.50 A Place To Call Home
Elizabeth suggests that James
spends a few days in Sydney with
Henry, while Olivia confronts Harry
at Roy Briggs’s farm. (R) (W) (S)
4.40 The Wonder Of Animals (R)
5.15 Flog It! A compilation of
valuations from the Ulster Folk
and Transport Museum, Coombe in
south Worcestershire and Crowcombe
Court in Somerset. (R) (W) (S)
6.00 Eggheads Quiz show. (W) (S)
6.30 Great Alaskan Railroad
Journeys Michael Portillo prepares
to join the US Arctic Warriors. (AD) (S)
eggheads:
Jeremy Vine
presents the
quiz show,
6pm
7.00 The One Show
7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road
Another mix of nationwide reports
Trip Paralympians Danny Crates
and live studio-based chat, hosted
and Liz Johnson shop their way
by Matt Baker and Alex Jones. (S)
around Suffolk and Essex buying
7.30 EastEnders
up items to take to auction in
Tiffany feels uncomfortable
Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
around Evie, while Karen gives
Experts David Harper and Arusha
Bernadette a makeover. (AD) (W)
Irvine are on hand to help. (R)
8.00 Holby City A face from the
past continues to wreak havoc
when he returns to Holby. Jac
offers Nicky or Cameron an
opportunity for promotion, while
Serena shepherds her flock down
on AAU, when an old associate
arrives and upsets the status quo.
ITV
6.00 Good Morning Britain (W) (S)
8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current
affairs and fashion news, as well as
showbiz stories, cooking and celebrity
gossip. Presented by Lorraine Kelly.
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
and features, presented by Phillip
Schofield and Holly Willoughby. (W)
12.30 Loose Women Topical debate
from a female perspective. (W) (S)
1.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
1.55 Local News, Weather
2.00 Judge Rinder’s Crime
Stories Barrister Robert Rinder
examines real-life cases, looking
at the events leading up to crimes,
going through the police investigations
and summing up the trials. (W) (S)
3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal
David Dickinson and his dealers are
in Buxton, Derbyshire, where a
collection of cartoon maps brought
to Henry Nicholls’ table surprises
everybody at the auction. (W) (S)
3.59 ITV Local Weather (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes in the
hope of winning a £10,000 jackpot.
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as contestants answer
general knowledge questions. (W) (S)
6.00 Local News, Weather
6.30 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
the martin
lewis
money
show: Live:
The financial
journalist offers
money-saving
tips,
8pm
7.00 Emmerdale Marlon is on a
mission, Sam makes a gruesome
discovery and Debbie receives
an unsettling gift. (AD) (W) (S)
Channel 4
6.30 The King Of Queens (R,S)
6.55 The King Of Queens (R,S)
7.20 The King Of Queens (R,S)
7.45 Everybody Loves Raymond
Members of the parent-teacher
association complain about Debra. (R)
8.15 Everybody Loves Raymond
Ally comes home with a low
grade on her report card. (R,S)
8.45 Frasier Comedy. (R,S)
9.15 Frasier Comedy. (R,S)
9.45 Frasier (AD) (R,S)
10.10 Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA The chef
travels to the La Grange suburb of
Chicago to help the owners of Cafe
36, an upmarket bistro threatening
to destroy the marriage of its
owners due to financial losses. (R,S)
11.05 Undercover Boss USA (R,S)
12.00 Channel 4 News (S)
12.05 Sun, Sea And Selling
Houses A County Kildare woman
looks for a home in Almeria. (R)
1.05 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R,S)
2.10 Countdown: Champion Of
Champions With Kate Humble. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun
Ben Hillman shows a Hertfordshire
duo five properties in Tenerife. (S)
4.00 The £100k Drop Quiz show.
5.00 Couples Come Dine
With Me Three couples compete
for the cash prize of £1,000. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons Another trio
of Halloween stories. (AD) (R,S)
6.30 Hollyoaks British soap. (R,S)
hollyoaks:
Brody is called
up to testify,
6.30pm
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
8.00 My Million Pound Menu
8.00 The Martin Lewis Money 8.00 The Secret Life Of
New series. Fred Sirieix’s
Show: Live The host and
The Zoo New series. Cameras
restaurant-themed business
Angellica Bell give the nation
return to Chester Zoo, where
show returns. The three new
its annual financial check-up,
Visayan warty pig Wendy is fed
ideas battling for investment are a
showing viewers the ways to
up with attention and decides to
Filipino food van seeking £350k, a
save money on energy costs,
escape. Meanwhile, young giraffe
duck stall after £250k and a high
broadband packages, mobile
Narus has been battling with
street Indian food stall. (AD) (W)
phone tariffs and digital TV bills.
other young males in the herd.
Channel 5
6.00 Milkshake! Children’s fun.
9.15 Jeremy Vine The broadcaster
discusses the issues of the day.
11.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors
A patient complains about the effects
of numerous painkillers. (AD) (R,S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 The Yorkshire Vet (R,S)
1.10 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
1.15 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
2.15 FILM: Eyewitness 2017 (PG)
After her testimony sent him to jail,
a woman finds herself held captive
in her own home when the man
who murdered her father and fiance
escapes from prison to confront her.
Thriller, starring Lindy Booth, Craig
Olejnik and Jon McLaren. (W) (S)
4.00 Friends Joey becomes
convinced Phoebe is pregnant
and proposes to her so she will not
have to be a single mother. (R,S)
4.30 Friends Rachel tries to tell Ross
he is the father of her baby. (R,S)
5.00 5 News At 5 Headlines. (S)
5.30 Neighbours Amy tells Gary that
she cannot forgive him for breaking
her trust. Meanwhile, Xanthe heads
off to Toowoomba. (AD) (R,S)
6.00 Home And Away
Tempers flare in the garage and
Dean quits, breaking the conditions
of his probation. Raffy rebuffs Brody’s
attempts to reach out to her. (R,S)
6.30 5 News Tonight The latest
national headlines, including sport. (S)
neighbours:
Amy sends
Gary’s criminal
boss packing,
5.30pm
7.00 Chimp Island
A portrait of Ngamba Island
Chimpanzee Sanctuary,
where orphaned and rescued
chimpanzees are given a
second chance at life within a safe
community of fellow chimps. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
8.00 The Yorkshire Vet:
James Herriot Special
Peter Wright and Julian Norton
celebrate how the James Herriot
ethos and legacy lives on in
veterinary practice and across the
North Yorkshire countryside. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
9.00 Silent Witness
9.00 Icons New series. Exploring
New series. Nikki and the Lyell
the achievements and legacies
unit are called in to investigate an
of some of the most acclaimed
attack against a transgender man.
figures of the 20th century. At the
Two further assaults are reported,
end of the programme, the public
one leaving a potential witness.
can vote for the greatest leader
Return of the forensic drama,
of the past century. Sir Trevor
starring Emilia Fox. (AD) (W) (S)
McDonald presents. (AD) (W) (S)
9.00 Manhunt Detective Chief
Inspector Colin Sutton briefs the
team in preparation for Bellfield’s
arrest, but when they raid his
home they can’t find him. DS
Griffiths persuades Bellfield’s
frightened partner Laura Marsh to
reveal that he is hiding in the loft.
9.00 24 Hours In A&E
Annie, 90, has been brought
in after struggling to breathe at
home. Her daughter Francesca
and granddaughter Tamara wait
by her side in resus, as doctors
battle to uncover the cause of
shadowing on her lungs. (AD) (S)
9.00 Ben Fogle: New Lives In
The Wild The adventurer meets
more people who have set up
home in some of the most remote
locations on Earth. This week,
Ben travels to the vast forests
of the Rhodope Mountains in
Bulgaria to join Miriam and Peter.
10.00BBC News, Weather (W)
10.00ITV News, Weather (W)
10.00Catastrophe New series.
A new acquaintance becomes
increasingly friendly with Rob,
while Sharon tries a new hobby.
10.3521 Kids And Counting
Following Britain’s largest family
in the lead up to the birth of their
tenth daughter. As the family
prepares for the next arrival,
Sue and Noel decide
to head off on a super-sized
package holiday to Benidorm. (R)
10.00Secret Life Of The
Holiday Resort Documentary
lifting the lid on an all-inclusive
hotel in the heart of Spain’s Costa
Brava, where thousands of Brits
flock each year to enjoy the easy
life, helping themselves to all the
booze they can drink. (R,S)
10.30Local News, Weather
10.45“Fake Homeless”: Who’s
Begging On The Streets?
Ellie Flynn investigates reports of
people being duped by beggars
claiming to be homeless. (AD)
11.25Stacey Dooley In The
USA: Giving Up My Baby
Looking at the world of open
adoption in America, which
encourages mothers and
fathers to choose the adoptive
parents themselves. (AD) (R) (W)
12.25-6.00 BBC News The latest
national headlines, including sport
and weather updates. (W) (S)
midnight
10.00Mock The Week
Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Rhys
James, Nish Kumar and Suzi
Ruffell join host Dara O Briain. (R)
10.30Newsnight Analysis of
the day’s events, presented by
Emily Maitlis. (W) (S) Followed
by Weather. Forecasts. (W) (S)
10.35Local News, Weather
10.50Sheridan Smith: Coming
Home The actress and singer
returns to her home town of
Doncaster for the first time since
her father’s death to perform a
11.15NFL This Week
one-night gig at a venue where
Mark Chapman is joined by Jason
she sang with her parents as a
Bell and Osi Umenyiora to look
child. She discusses the personal
back at the Wild Card Play-Offs,
struggles she has faced. (AD) (R)
as the post-season got under way.
11.50Cold Feet Baby-making
miscommunication drives a
12.05 Nile: Earth’s Great Rivers
wedge between Adam and Tina.
Following the astonishing wildlife,
As Jenny revels in her newfound
landscapes and people of the world’s
power, Pete begins to wonder just
longest river, the Nile. (AD) (R) (W)
what he has unleashed. (AD) (R)
(S) 1.05 Sign Zone: Take That: We’ve
Come A Long Way (R) (SL) (W) (S)
2.05 Sign Zone: Billy Connolly: Made
In Scotland (AD) (R) (SL) (W) (S)
3.05-6.30 This Is BBC Two (W) (S)
12.40 Jackpot247 (W) 3.00 Loose
Women (R) 3.45 ITV Nightscreen
5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R)
11.35Naked Attraction
Anna Richardson guides
contestants through the game
of choosing a partner naked, as
they must whittle six contenders
down to one. (AD) (R,S)
12.35 Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA (R) 1.25 The
Crystal Maze (R) 2.20 Best Of Both
Worlds (R) 3.15 Food Unwrapped
(R) 3.40 Come Dine With Me (R)
4.35 The £100k Drop 5.30 Kirstie’s
Fill Your House For Free (R,S)
(S) SUBTITLES (R) REPEAT (AD) AUDIO DESCRIPTION (SL) SIGN LANGUAGE (W) WIDESCREEN
11.05The Hotel Inspector:
Double Trouble New series.
Alex Polizzi finds out what
has happened to some of the
hoteliers she helped previously,
beginning with The Regency
Rooms, a Peaky Blindersthemed hotel in Southport. (S)
12.05 30 Stone And Claiming: On
Benefits (R,S) 1.00 Teleshopping.
Home shopping. 3.00 Access.
Latest showbiz gossip. (S) 3.10 GPs:
Behind Closed Doors (AD) (R,S)
4.00 Inside Britain’s Biggest Mosque
(R) (SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R)
(SL) (S) 5.10 Great Artists (R) (SL)
(S) 5.35-6.00 Wildlife SOS (R) (S)
TV GUIDE
5STAR
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
8.00 Last Man Standing Sitcom.
8.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.10 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
10.05 Last Man Standing Sitcom.
10.35 Last Man Standing Sitcom.
11.00 Two And A Half Men Sitcom.
11.30 Two And A Half Men Sitcom.
12.00 Police Interceptors (S)
1.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Agents head to Manchester
to recover more than £400,000. (S)
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! High Court enforcement
officers Paul, Steve and Ben
make a shocking discovery. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 My Wife And Kids Sitcom. (S)
4.35 My Wife And Kids Part one
of two. Junior and Vanessa decide
to have their baby at home. (S)
5.00 Riverdale Cheryl decides to
interfere in FP’s gangland trial. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Amy sends Gary’s
criminal boss packing when he shows
up, but tells Gary that she cannot
forgive him for breaking her trust. (R)
6.30 Home And Away Ryder and
Raffy receive their exam results. (AD)
7.05 Last Man Standing Comedy,
starring Nancy Travis and Tim Allen.
7.35 Last Man Standing
Mike’s daughters decide not to
celebrate Halloween with him.
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Max and Steve head to
London to try to recover more
than £21,000 in court costs. (S)
9.00 FILM: London Has Fallen
2016 (15) Action thriller sequel
to Olympus Has Fallen, starring
Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart
and Morgan Freeman. Edited for
violence and language. (AD) (S)
11.00 FILM: Carrie 2013 (15)
Horror remake, starring Chloe Grace
Moretz and Julianne Moore. (AD) (S)
1.00 FILM: Cruel Intentions 3
2004 (15) Drama, starring Kristina
Anapau, Kerr Smith and Nathan
Wetherington. (S) 2.45 When Kids
Kill: Bullied To Death (S) 3.35 You’re
The Worst (S) 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
MIKE WARD
WHAT’S HOT TO WATCH TODAY
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SILENT WITNESS: BBC1, 9pm
WOULD you believe SILENT
WITNESS (9pm, BBC1) is
22 years old, or at least it will be
in a few weeks’ time? That’s pretty
amazing, isn’t it? Off the top of my
head, I can’t think of many British
crime shows that have ever
matched that for sheer staying
power, other than maybe Last Of
The Summer Wine.
God alone knows what it says
about us as viewers, the way
we’re apparently hooked on
something quite so relentlessly
gory and harrowing. Best not
think about it.
Anyway, this latest episode, the
standard two-parter (concluding
at the same time tomorrow),
begins with Emilia Fox’s Dr Nikki
Alexander returning from a visit
to the States – and, it has to be
said, looking almost unnervingly
smiley and upbeat. That’s soon
fixed, of course, because some
poor defenceless soul is brutally
murdered within about the first
three minutes of the episode, in
this case in a public toilet, and
Nikki’s expertise (she’s been on
this show for a decade and a
half) is called upon once more.
When further attacks then follow
a similar pattern, the team realise
some psycho is targeting the
trans community.
ELSEWHERE tonight, Fred
Sirieix from First Dates
resumes his other job as host of
MY MILLION POUND MENU
(8pm, BBC2), the show where
would-be restaurant businesses
compete for huge, life-changing
cash investments from people
who, as luck would have it,
happen to have stacks of cash
to make huge, life-changing
cash investments with.
First up, a Punjabi street food
outfit, a Filipino food van and
a man who “plans to start a
duck revolution” compete.
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STAR RATINGS
*****Don’t miss it ****Good ***Average
**Time filler *Garbage!
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5USA
LONDON HAS FALLEN **** (2016)
5STAR, 9pm This ridiculously entertaining
follow-up to Olympus Has Fallen obeys every
rule of the sequel. There are bigger explosions,
saltier one-liners and more credulity-testing
heroics from Gerard Butler’s indestructible
bodyguard Mike Banning. This time he’s in
London to fight off an unbelievably wellorganised attack.
CONAN THE BARBARIAN *** (2011)
Film4, 9pm Before he became aquatic
hunk Aquaman, the versatile Jason Momoa
was as a slightly dustier hunk called Conan.
There’s not much of a story in this actionpacked remake of an old Arnie film but Momoa
looks the part as he knocks lumps out various
villains and monsters, including a giant octopus
and soldiers that are made of sand.
6.00 Teleshopping Home shopping.
9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.05 Catch A Contractor A builder
who turned out to be unlicensed.
9.25 CSI: NY One of the team
is shot during a kidnapping. (S)
10.10 CSI: NY The badly decomposed
bodies of two scuba divers are
found in New York’s East River. (S)
11.05 Law & Order Crime drama. (S)
12.05 Law & Order Crime drama. (S)
1.00 The A-Team The gang
intervenes to rescue the reluctant
bride in an arranged marriage. (S)
2.05 The A-Team BA befriends a
Mexican girl who puts the team on
the trail of a smuggling ring. (S)
3.05 CSI: NY The team tries to
find the source of a radioactive
substance that claimed a woman’s
life at a Maroon 5 concert and
hospitalised Sid, who was exposed
to it while examining the body. (S)
4.05 Castle A murder suspect who
claims he has travelled back in time
to stop events from unfolding is
interviewed by Castle and Beckett. (S)
5.05 Law & Order Briscoe and
Green investigate the case of a
motivational speaker who was
pushed from a balcony. (S)
6.00 Law & Order A shooting at
City Hall leaves a councilman dead
and a water inspector injured. (S)
7.00 Law & Order A Gulf War
veteran is arrested on suspicion
of killing a peace campaigner. (S)
8.00 NCIS Part one of two. (AD) (S)
9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit The team is forced
to return to an old crime scene
when a case is taken to court.
10.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit A school
headmistress is caught on camera
sexually assaulting a teenage boy. (S)
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit An investigation
into the attempted abduction of
a six-year-old girl uncovers the
unethical practices of a fertility doctor.
Christopher Meloni stars. (S)
12.00 Castle (S) 12.55 CSI: NY (S)
1.55 CSI: NY (AD) (S) 2.55 CSI: NY
3.50 Access 4.00-6.00 Teleshopping
BBC1 Variations Wales: 6.30-7.00 Local News; Weather
10.30-10.45 Local News; Weather. The latest bulletins.
BBC2 Variations Wales: 1.45 First Minister’s Questions
2.35-3.00 Coast 7.00-8.00 Help! We’re Having A Baby
ITV Variations ITV CHANNEL: 1.55-2.00 Local News,
Weather 3.59-4.00 ITV Channel TV Weather 6.00-6.30
Local News, Weather 10.35-10.50 Local News, Weather
12.40 The Chase: Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh.
1.30 Tipping Point: Gameshow, hosted by Ben Shephard.
2.20 ITV Nightscreen: Text-based information service.
S4C 6.00 Cyw: ASRA 6.15 Cyw: Meripwsan 6.20 Cyw:
Octonots 6.30 Cyw: Guto Gwningen 6.45 Cyw: Y Dywysoges
Fach 6.55 Cyw: Cymylaubychain 7.05 Cyw: Nico Nôg 7.15
Cyw: Amser Maith Maith Yn Ol 7.30 Cyw: Patrôl Pawennau
7.45 Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I Ocido 8.00 Cyw: Halibalw 8.10
Cyw: Ynys Broc Môr Lili 8.20 Cyw: Ben Dant 8.35 Cyw: Yn
Yr Ardd 8.50 Cyw: Abadas 9.05 Cyw: Blero Yn Mynd I
Ocido 9.15 Cyw: Sara A Cwac 9.25 Cyw: Bobi Jac 9.35
Cyw: Oli Wyn 9.45 Cyw: Gwdihw 10.00 Cyw: ASRA 10.15
Cyw: Meripwsan 10.20 Cyw: Octonots 10.30 Cyw: Guto
Gwningen 10.45 Cyw: Y Dywysoges Fach 10.55 Cyw: Nico
Nôg 11.05 Cyw: Amser Maith Maith Yn Ol 11.20 Cyw: Patrôl
Pawennau 11.35 Cyw: Cymylaubychain 11.45 Cyw: Blero
Yn Mynd I Ocido 12.00 Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 12.05
Ffasiwn Mecanic. Dylan Garner seeks the perfect mechanic
to be a role model for the industry, as 10 contestants compete
in mechanical and modelling challenges. 12.30 Noson
Lawen. A host of talented singers and comedians come
together to celebrate Dafydd Iwan’s 75th birthday on the
Noson Lawen. With Gwyneth Glyn, Twm Morys, Ifan Gruffydd,
Delwyn Siôn, The Welsh Whisperer, Seingar Choir and the Bro
Teifi School Choir. Presented by Elin Fflur. 1.30 Adre. Nia
Parry presents the show exploring the lives and homes of
some of Wales’ most familiar faces. This time, she visits the
home of the farmer and presenter Dai Jones. 2.00 Newyddion
S4C A’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da. Magazine programme
featuring a selection of tips and advice about anything from
gardening to fashion, plus the day’s news stories and a
chance to see hidden gems from the archive. 3.00
Newyddion S4C A’r Tywydd 3.05 Cymru Ar Ffilm. Beti George
presents highlights from the BBC Wales archives, focusing on
material related to the sexual revolution, which opened new
doors for women. Last in the series. 3.30 Cefn Gwlad. William
T Jones, Caerberllan. Dai Jones visits Caerberllan farm in Bro
Dysynni to meet William Tudor Jones and his son Geraint as
they prepare the shire horses for the 1983 Royal Welsh Show.
4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Ffeil 5.05 Stwnsh: Cath-Od
5.15 Stwnsh: Kung Fu Panda. Po and Mantis visit a unique
festival, against Shiffw’s explicit orders. They both have
experiences which get out of hand, with poor Mantis having a
close shave. 5.40 Stwnsh: Un Cwestiwn 6.00 Newyddion
S4C A’r Tywydd 6.05 Llys Nini 6.30 Rownd A Rownd. As
everyone tries to comes to terms with Philip and Lowri being
in a relationship, Robbie takes his problems with him to
school, and Sian confesses her doubts to Rhys. 7.00 Heno
7.30 Pobol Y Cwm. Mathew tries to figure out how old Tesni
is after seeing her in school uniform, and it remains to be seen
whether Angela will plead guilty in court. 8.00 Priodas Pum
Mil. New series. Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a
helping hand to a crew of family and friends who are
organising a wedding in Blaenau Ffestiniog for couple Iola
and Lee. 9.00 Newyddion 9 A’r Tywydd 9.30 Geraint
Thomas: Vive Le Tour! The cyclist looks back at how he
became the first Welshman to win the Tour de France,
revealing how he was able to overcome the best riders in the
world. 10.30 Ffrindiau Ffôn Ar Wyliau. Entertainment show in
which someone is sent on a free holiday. But there is a catch.
Two people, chosen from their phone or social media.
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TV GUIDE
FILMS
Sky Cinema Premiere
6.25am I Got Life! (2017) (15) French
drama. 8.00 10x10 (2018) (15) Thriller.
9.30 Life Itself (2018) (15) Drama.
11.30 2036 Origin Unknown (2018)
(12) Sci-fi thriller, starring Katee
Sackhoff. 1.10pm Tully (2018) (15)
Comedy drama, starring Charlize
Theron. 2.50 Pacific Rim Uprising
(2018) (12) Sci-fi sequel. 4.45 Proud
Mary (2018) (15) Thriller. 6.20 2036
Origin Unknown (2018) (12) Starring
Katee Sackhoff. 8.00 Life Itself (2018)
(15) Starring Oscar Isaac and Olivia
Wilde. 10.00 Pacific Rim Uprising
(2018) (12) Starring John Boyega.
Midnight Truth Or Dare (2018) (15)
Horror. 1.45 Wildling (2018) (15)
Fantasy horror, starring Liv Tyler. 3.30
10x10 (2018) (15) Starring Luke Evans
and Kelly Reilly. 5.15 Moana: Special A
look at the animated Disney adventure.
Sky Box Office Digital movies can be ordered using the
handset from the on-screen listings guide.
Reeve. 5.25 Superman (1978) (PG)
With Christopher Reeve. 8.00 Wonder
Woman (2017) (12) With Gal Gadot.
10.25 Justice League (2017) (12)
With Ben Affleck. 12.30am White
House Down (2013) (12) With
Channing Tatum. 2.50 Constantine
(2005) (15) With Keanu Reeves. 5.00
LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes:
Justice League Vs Bizarro League
(2015) (U) Starring Nolan North.
Sky Cinema Family
6.05am Matilda (1996) (PG) Children’s
fantasy comedy. 7.50 Diary Of A
Sky Cinema Comedy
7.00am The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The
Smell Of Fear (1991) (15) With Leslie
Nielsen. 8.35 The Naked Gun 33 1/3:
The Final Insult (1994) (12) With
Leslie Nielsen. 10.10 Miss
Congeniality 2: Armed And Fabulous
(2005) (12) With Sandra Bullock.
12.10pm Baywatch (2017) (15) With
Dwayne Johnson. 2.10 Pitch Perfect
(2012) (12) With Anna Kendrick. 4.10
Why Him? (2016) (15) With Bryan
Cranston. 6.10 Bruce Almighty (2003)
(12) With Jim Carrey. 8.00 Baywatch
(2017) (15) With Dwayne Johnson.
10.00 Pitch Perfect (2012) (12) With
Anna Kendrick. Midnight My Cousin
Vinny (1992) (15) With Joe Pesci. 2.05
Role Models (2008) (15) With Paul
Rudd. 4.00 Social Animals (2018)
(15) With Carly Chaikin. 5.30
Brewster’s Millions (1985) (PG)
Starring Richard Pryor.
Sky Cinema Action
7.00am Jurassic Park III (2001) (PG)
With Sam Neill. 8.45 Superman (1978)
(PG) With Christopher Reeve. 11.25
Superman II (1980) (PG) With
Christopher Reeve. 1.40pm Superman
III (1983) (PG) With Christopher Reeve.
3.50 Superman IV: The Quest For
Peace (1987) (PG) With Christopher
n 2036 Origin Unknown,
6.20pm, Sky Cinema Premiere
Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017) (U)
Comedy sequel. 9.30 Monster House
(2006) (PG) Animated comedy horror.
11.10 The Cat In The Hat (2003) (PG)
Comedy fantasy. 12.40pm The Count
Of Monte Cristo (2002) (PG)
Swashbuckling adventure. 2.55
Thunderbirds (2004) (PG) Sci-fi
adventure. 4.35 Matilda (1996) (PG)
Starring Mara Wilson. 6.20 Diary Of A
Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017) (U)
Starring Jason Drucker. 8.00 The Cat
In The Hat (2003) (PG) Starring Mike
Myers. 9.30 Thunderbirds (2004) (PG)
Starring Bill Paxton. 11.10 The Count
Of Monte Cristo (2002) (PG) Starring
Jim Caviezel. 1.25am The
Oddsockeaters (2016) (PG) Animated
adventure, featuring the voice of Krystof
Hadek. 3.05 #Roxy (2018) (12)
Romantic comedy. 5.00 Monster
House (2006) (PG) Animated comedy
horror, with the voice of Mitchel Musso.
Sky Cinema Greats
7.00am Aquaman: Special Sky
Cinema takes a look at the DC superhero
film. 7.30 The Blue Max (1966) (PG)
World War One drama, starring George
Peppard. 10.05 Dumb And Dumber
(1994) (12) Comedy, starring Jim Carrey
and Jeff Daniels. 11.55 The Bourne
Supremacy (2004) (12) Action thriller
sequel, starring Matt Damon. 1.45pm
Out Of Sight (1998) (15) Romantic
crime drama, with George Clooney and
Jennifer Lopez. 3.50 The Man Who
Shot Liberty Valance (1962) (U) John
Ford’s Western, with James Stewart and
Lee Marvin. 6.00 Dumb And Dumber
(1994) (12) Comedy, starring Jim Carrey
and Jeff Daniels. 8.00 The Bourne
Supremacy (2004) (12) Action thriller
sequel, starring Matt Damon. 10.00 The
Exorcist (1973) (18) Supernatural
horror, starring Linda Blair. 12.05am
Out Of Sight (1998) (15) Romantic
crime drama, with George Clooney and
Jennifer Lopez. 2.15 Antwone Fisher
(2002) (15) Fact-based drama, directed
by and starring Denzel Washington.
4.25 The Man Who Shot Liberty
Valance (1962) (U) John Ford’s
Western, starring James Stewart.
6.00am Good Morning Sports Fans
Bitesize 7.00 Good Morning Sports
Fans 7.30 Transfer Centre 8.00 Good
Morning Sports Fans 10.00 Sky Sports
News 11.00 Transfer Centre 11.30
Sportswomen Noon Sky Sports News
5.00 Transfer Centre 5.30 Sky Sports
News At 5 6.00 Sky Sports News At 6
7.00 Transfer Centre. The latest football
transfer developments. 7.30 Live Carabao
Cup. Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (Kickoff 8.00pm). 10.30 Sky Sports News At
Ten. A round-up of the day’s news. 11.00
Sky Sports News 1.00am Live WWE Late
Night Smackdown 3.00 Sky Sports News
Sky Sports Premier League
6.00am PL Greatest Games 7.00 Premier
League Legends 8.00 The Debate 9.00
Premier League 100 Club 10.00 Premier
League Years Noon The Debate 1.00
Premier League Years 3.00 The Debate
4.00 PL Greatest Games 5.00 Premier
League 100 Club 6.00 Best PL Goals:
Merseyside Derby 6.30 Best PL Goals:
Manchester Derby 7.00 Premier League
100 Club. A look at some of Thierry Henry’s
175 top-flight goals for Arsenal. 7.30
Premier League Highlights 10.00 The
Debate. Discussion on the latest football
news. 11.00 Premier League 100 Club.
The best of Teddy Sheringham’s 146 goals
scored with five different clubs. 11.30 PL
Greatest Games Midnight PL Best Goals
03/04 1.00 Premier League Years 3.00
Liverpool 5.30 Premier League 100 Club
Sky Sports Cricket
6.00am Cricket’s Greatest Games 7.00
Best Of England V India 7.25 Atherton’s
History Of Old Trafford 7.30 Test Cricket
8.30 One-Day International Cricket 9.30
Cricket’s Greatest Games 10.00 One-Day
International Cricket 11.00 Test Cricket
Noon One-Day International Cricket 1.00
Test Cricket 2.00 One-Day International
Cricket 3.00 Test Cricket 4.00 One-Day
International Cricket 5.00 Best Of England
V India 6.00 One-Day International
Cricket 7.00 Test Cricket 8.00 One-Day
International Cricket. New Zealand v Sri
Lanka. 9.00 Test Cricket 10.00 One-Day
International Cricket. New Zealand v Sri
Lanka. 11.00 World Cup Cricket Classics
Midnight One-Day International Cricket
1.00 Best Of England V Pakistan
Sky Sports USA
6.00am NBA Classic Games: Nuggets/
Lakers 2012 7.00 NFL Masterclass:
Scouting 7.15 NFL – Greatest Games
8.45 NFL: A Football Life 9.45 NBA
Classic Games: Nuggets/Lakers 2012
10.45 NFL Masterclass: Linebacker 11.00
NFL: A Football Life Noon NBA: Sounds
Of The Finals 2016 12.30 NFL – Greatest
Games 2.00 NBA: Sounds Of The Finals
2016 2.30 NBA Classic Games: Nuggets/
Lakers 2012 3.30 NFL Masterclass:
Linebacker 3.45 NFL – Greatest Games
CBS ACTION
9.00am Diagnosis Murder 11.00
Bonanza Noon Gunsmoke 2.00 Walker,
Texas Ranger 3.00 NCIS 4.00 NCIS:
Los Angeles 5.00 JAG 6.00 Diagnosis
Murder 8.00 Walker, Texas Ranger 9.00
NCIS 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00
NCIS Midnight CSI: Miami 12.55 NCIS
1.50 JAG 2.50 MacGyver 3.45 Walker,
Texas Ranger 4.30 Mission: Impossible
CBS REALITY
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy
10.00 Bondi Rescue 11.00 Unsolved
Mysteries Noon Medical Detectives 1.00
Judge Judy 3.00 Bondi Rescue 4.00
Unsolved Mysteries 5.00 Judge Judy
7.00 Medical Detectives 8.00 48 Hours:
Mystery 9.00 It Takes A Killer 10.00
Murder By The Sea 11.00 Evil Twins
Midnight Snapped: Killer Couples 1.00
It Takes A Killer 2.00 Murder By The Sea
3.00 Urban Legends 3.50 Hoarders
4.40 Nowhere To Hide 5.30 Dog Patrol
ITV2
Film4
starring Richard Attenborough. 6.20
The Core (2003) (12) Sci-fi thriller,
starring Aaron Eckhart. 9.00 Conan The
Barbarian (2011) (15) Fantasy
adventure, starring Jason Momoa. 11.15
The Mortal Instruments: City Of
Bones (2013) (12) Fantasy adventure,
starring Lily Collins. 1.55am The Stag
(2013) (15) Comedy, starring Hugh
O’Conor and Andrew Scott.
5.15 NBA Classic Games: Nuggets/Lakers
2012 6.15 NFL Masterclass: Scouting 6.30
NBA: Sounds Of The Finals 2018 7.00
NBC’s ProFootballTalk 9.00 Takeo Spikes
Meets Philip Rivers 9.15 NFL Masterclass:
Scouting 9.30 NBA: GameTime. 10.30
NBA: The Starters 11.00 NBA Classic
Games: Hawks/Celtics 2012 Midnight
NFL Masterclass: Scouting 12.15 NBA:
GameTime. News and analysis.
ITV3
6.00am Classic Coronation Street 6.55
Heartbeat 7.55 The Royal 9.00 Judge
Judy 10.25 On The Buses 11.30 Rising
Damp Noon George And Mildred 12.35
The Royal 1.40 Heartbeat 2.40 Classic
Coronation Street 3.50 Midsomer
Murders 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder,
She Wrote 8.00 Midsomer Murders
10.00 DCI Banks: Aftermath 12.05am
My Boy Jack 2.00 ITV3 Nightscreen
ITV4
6.00am Pawn Stars 6.20 The Avengers
7.15 Kojak 8.10 Quincy ME 9.15
Minder 10.20 The Sweeney 11.30 The
Professionals 12.35pm The Avengers
1.35 Kojak 2.40 Quincy ME 3.45
Minder 4.50 The Professionals 5.50
The Sweeney 7.00 The Chase: Celebrity
Special 8.00 Benidorm: Ten Years On
Holiday 9.00 Benidorm 10.00 Film:
Sudden Death (1995) (18) 11.00 FYI
Daily 11.05 Film: Sudden Death (1995)
(18) 12.15am Car Crash Global: Caught
On Camera 1.20 The Sweeney 2.15 The
10.00am The Emirates FA Cup Highlights Protectors 2.45 ITV4 Nightscreen 3.00
10.30 Fishing: On The Bank 11.30 Ligue Teleshopping 3.30 ITV4 Nightscreen
BT Sport 1
1 Goals Of The Season 11.45 Tranmere
Rovers V Tottenham 1.15pm FA Cup:
Man United V Reading 2.45 Blackpool V
Arsenal 4.15 FA Cup: Woking V Watford
5.45 Australia V India: 4th Test Review
7.45 Live: Lyon V Strasbourg. Lyon v
Strasbourg (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10.00 World
Poker Tour Series 11.00 World Poker
Tour Series Midnight Australia V India:
4th Test Review 2.00 Live WTA: Sydney
International. Day three of the action.
E4
6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Mike &
Molly 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 The
Goldbergs 10.00 The Big Bang Theory
11.00 Young Sheldon Noon Brooklyn
Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory
2.00 Melissa & Joey 3.00 How I Met
Your Mother 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
5.00 The Goldbergs 6.00 The Big
Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30
Young Sheldon 8.00 The Big Bang
Theory 9.00 Charmed 10.00 Tattoo
Fixers: Extreme 11.05 Spencer, Vogue
6.00am Australian Open Tennis 10.00 Ski And Baby Too 12.05am The Big Bang
Jumping 11.00 Rally Raid Noon Darts: Theory 1.05 Gogglebox 2.05 Charmed
BDO World Championships 1.00 Live 2.55 Tattoo Fixers: Extreme 3.50 The
Big Bang Theory 4.30 Mike & Molly
Eurosport 1
Darts: BDO World Championships 5.00
Darts: BDO World Championships 7.00
Live Darts: BDO World Championships
11.00 Darts: BDO World Championships
12.30am Rally Raid 1.00 Motorsport:
Formula E 4.00 Australian Open Tennis.
Action from Melbourne Park.
RADIO
Radio 1 (FM: 97.6-99.8 MHz) 6.30 The Radio 1 Breakfast
Show With Greg James. 10.00 Adele Roberts: Sitting in for
Clara. 12.45 Newsbeat. 1.00 Scott Mills. 4.00 Nick Grimshaw.
5.45 Newsbeat. 6.00 Nick Grimshaw. 7.00 Radio 1’s Future
Sounds With Annie Mac. 9.00 The 8th With Dev. 11.00 Radio
1’s Indie Show With Jack Saunders. 1.00 Annie Nightingale.
3.00 Radio 1’s Drag Queen’s Den. 3.40 BBC Radio 1 And
1Xtra’s Stories. 4.00-6.30 Early Breakfast With Jordan North.
Radio 2 (FM: 88-90.2 MHz) 5.00 Vanessa Feltz. 6.30 Radio 2
Breakfast Show: Mark Goodier sits in. 9.30 Ken Bruce: Music
and entertainment, including Zoe Ball’s second Tracks of My
Years. 12.00 Jeremy Vine. 2.00 Steve Wright In The Afternoon.
5.00 Angela Scanlon & OJ Borg: Sitting in for Jo Whiley and
Simon Mayo. 8.00 Jamie Cullum. 9.00 Carte Blanche – Michel
Legrand. 10.00 Richard Bacon: Richard sits in for Sara Cox.
12.00 Helen Skelton: Sitting in for OJ Borg. 3.00 Sounds Of
The 80s: Gary Davies plays music from the decade and is
joined by guests who reflect on their careers. 4.50-5.00 Radio 2
Sounds Of The 80s Mastermix. Radio 5 Live (MW: 909, 693
kHz) 5.00 Morning Reports: A full round-up of news, sport and
6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Rocket City
Rednecks 8.00 American Pickers 9.00
Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American
Pickers 1.00pm Top Gear 3.00 Timber
Kings 4.00 Brojects In The House 5.00
Top Gear 7.00 Border Force: America’s
Gatekeepers 8.00 James May’s Cars
Of The People 9.00 Live At The Apollo
10.00 Taskmaster 11.00 QI 12.20am
Mock The Week 1.00 QI 2.30 Mock The
Week 3.00 Parks And Recreation
6.00am The Planet’s Funniest Animals
6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World
Records 7.10 Dress To Impress 8.00
Emmerdale 8.25 Coronation Street
9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 10.20
Superstore 11.15 Dress To Impress
12.15pm Emmerdale 12.45 Coronation
Street 1.45 The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 5.50
11.00am The Yellow Mountain (1954) Film: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of
Secrets (2002) (PG) 6.50 FYI Daily 6.55
(PG) Western, starring Howard Duff.
Film: Harry Potter And The Chamber
12.40pm The Black Swan (1942)
Of Secrets (2002) (PG) 9.00 Hell’s
(PG) Swashbuckling adventure, with
Kitchen 10.00 Celebrity Juice 11.05
Tyrone Power. 2.25 3:10 To Yuma
Family Guy 12.05am American Dad!
(1957) (PG) Western, with Glenn Ford
1.00 Release The Hounds 2.00 Totally
and Van Heflin. 4.15 Sea Of Sand
Bonkers Guinness World Records 2.15
(1958) (U) World War Two adventure,
Teleshopping 5.45 ITV2 Nightscreen
SPORT
Greatest Games 4.00 PL Best Goals
Sky Sports Main Event PL
92/93 5.00 Best PL Goals: Newcastle V
Dave
business for the day ahead. 5.15 Wake Up To Money. 6.00 5
Live Breakfast: Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden present
news from the UK and around the world. 9.00 Your Call: Nicky
Campbell invites listeners’ calls on the day’s big story. 10.00
The Emma Barnett Show: News and current affairs interviews.
Plus, listeners’ stories and contributions, and a round-up of the
day’s headlines. 1.00 Afternoon Edition: Nihal Arthanayake
presents an afternoon of engaging stories and conversation,
including the latest from the day’s news and sports stories.
4.00 5 Live Drive: Anna Foster and Tony Livesey present the
day’s news and sport, plus interviews with people at the centre
of the latest stories and regular travel updates. 7.00 5 Live
Sport: Kelly Cates presents coverage of the night’s Carabao
Cup semi-final first leg. Plus, a round-up of the day’s other
sports news. 10.30 Phil Williams: Live news and sport. Plus
listeners’ emails, texts and tweets. 1.00-5.00 Up All Night.
Absolute Radio (MW: 1215, 1197, 1242 kHz) 6.00 Dave Berry.
10.00 Leona Graham: Rock and pop from the 1960s to the
present day. 1.00 Ben Burrell. 4.00 Bush And Richie. 7.00
Danielle Perry. 10.00 Pete Donaldson. 1.00-6.00 Chris Martin.
More4
8.55am A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun 11.05 Car SOS 12.05pm Time
Team 2.15 Come Dine With Me 4.55 A
Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 5.55 The
Supervet 6.55 Car SOS 7.55 Grand
Designs 9.00 Animal Airport 10.00
999: What’s Your Emergency? 11.05
24 Hours In A&E 12.05am 8 Out Of 10
Cats Does Countdown 1.10 999: What’s
Your Emergency? 2.10 Animal Airport
3.15 8 Out Of 10 Cats Uncut
GOLD
7.25am
Butterflies
8.35
Ever
Decreasing Circles 9.15 Last Of The
Summer Wine 11.20 The Green Green
Grass Noon My Family 12.40 2point4
Children 1.20 Are You Being Served?
2.00 Only Fools And Horses 2.40 My
Family 3.20 2point4 Children 4.00 Last
Of The Summer Wine 6.00 Morecambe
& Wise In America 7.00 Dad’s Army
8.20 Only Fools And Horses 9.00 Harry
Enfield And Chums 9.40 Two Doors
Down 10.20 The Royle Family 11.00
Early Doors 11.40 Harry Enfield And
Chums 12.20am You, Me & Them 1.00
The Royle Family 1.40 Harry Hill’s TV
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JUST JANE
I will not marry
codger for cash
JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES
YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY
... AND EVERY DAY
Hooked
on sex
with ex
Job-shy
girl just
a leech
I STILL continue to
see – and sleep with –
my ex-husband.
We divorced five
years ago, but I can’t
wean myself off him.
We’ve a complicated
relationship. I hate his
job, family and
everything he stands
for. In return he finds
me deeply annoying
and controlling.
But I adore the way
he makes love to me
and the physical side
of our relationship
has stopped me from
having meaningful
relationships with
other men.
Our rows continue to
be monumental but we
can never stay apart
for long. At the
moment he’s seeing
two other women
besides me, which as
a single man he’s
entirely entitled to do.
But I’m so jealous
it hurts. It feels as
though we’re going
around in circles.
MY partner thinks nothing
of taking my debit card and
withdrawing cash.
She’s hasn’t earned a
penny since walking out of
her last job in October.
I’m now sick of her
contributing nothing to our
bills or our relationship.
She left her job because
her ex-boss was a
nightmare and assumed
that she’d find herself a
new role straight away –
but that hasn’t happened.
Instead, she spends her
days seeing her mum,
watching TV and looking
after her sister’s kids.
She doesn’t clean (I do all
that) or pay any bills. Yes, I
do earn enough for both of
us, but I work crazy hours
and would actually like to
be able to ease off a bit.
When I suggest she
pitches in she fakes a new
illness. At the moment
she apparently has a food
allergy that stops her
from shopping, cooking
or washing up.
JANE SAYS: Put this
toxic relationship out of
its misery by being the
bigger person.
You know it’s unhealthy
and prevents you from
blossoming as a single
woman. You must tell
him: “No more.” If you
don’t, this nonsense will
just go on for ever.
It’s simply not possible
for either of you to enjoy
the best of both worlds.
You’re legally divorced
and you owe it to
yourselves to jog on.
Maybe you physically
need to move yourself
away from him – and
break all ties – so you’re
not tempted again in the
future? Does a new kind
of life appeal to you?
The problem is that
you’re never going to
meet anyone new while
he’s still in your head –
so get rid and live again.
If you don’t, then your
self-loathing is going to
continue to build.
PARENTS
FIXED UP
AMBUSH
MY devious parents are
demanding that I marry
an older man for his
money.
He is a widow with no children and no other relatives.
I don’t love him – I don’t even
like him or know him very well –
yet I can feel pressure being put
on me to “do the right thing”.
He not only owns the house he
lives in, but a buy-to-let flat, plus
a place by the sea. He’s got two
cars, loads of savings and a very
good pension.
My parents have known him
since they were all at school
together and can’t stand the fact
that he’s done so well for himself.
They’re jealous of him selling
his business to a large multinational and are very resentful
of his good luck in life.
Naked
They organised an excruciating
ambush a couple of weeks ago.
My mum invited me round to
look at the paperwork for a loan
they’re thinking of taking out.
When I arrived their “old mate”
was sitting on the sofa having a
cup of tea. I could tell from the
start that it was a set-up.
My parents scuttled into the
kitchen on an urgent errand leaving me alone with my “suitor”.
We made polite conversation
and I thought I would die.
The thought of getting naked
and having sex with him is
unthinkable. Now my mum has
declared the “blind date” a success and announced that he would
be interested in taking me off
their hands. Thanks.
She’s worried that if I do not
Picture posed by models
PRESSURE: Mum and dad think she should marry their wealthy old friend – but not for love
agree to wed him, then someone
else will. This is all so insulting.
I’m happily single. My last boyfriend and I parted when he went
to work in Scotland. I’ve a decent
job, but my parents want much
more. When I talk of love, sex and
honesty, they tell me to get real.
How do I tell them to stop this
nonsense right now before I say
something I may come to regret?
JANE SAYS: I suggest you do lose
your temper and tell your parents
to butt out of your life. How dare
they try and control and manipulate you. Their plan to marry you
off to a rich, older man, stinks
and they need to hear that in no
uncertain terms.
They may look at their wealthy
friend and see pound signs, but
they clearly think nothing of your
happiness or wellbeing.
It’s not the slightest bit flattering
that a man is willing to take you on
– that is so insulting.
Tell your parents that if they’re
struggling to cope financially, then
you’ll happily take a look at their
statements and paperwork and
help them all you can. But their
debts are not your problem because you are living your own life
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Is that kinky?
Erection problems?
Turn your man on
Turn your woman on
now. Explain to your mother that
you won’t be emotionally blackmailed simply for being true to
yourself – and marrying someone
you neither love nor desire is just
never going to happen.
Why don’t you also arrange to
speak to the man in question and
tell him, to his face, that there’s
been a misunderstanding.
He needs to hear from you that
you are not interested in marriage
and that your parents are confused. They can’t simply presume
to push you around like a chess
piece because that is outrageous
and simply not on.
Hate your body?
Jealousy hell
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JANE SAYS: I’m giving your
girlfriend the benefit of the
doubt for a minute.
She may seem as if she’s
contented, but if she’s
lost her confidence or
really is ill, then she needs
to be encouraged to seek
help via her GP to turn
her life around.
Tell her you’ll support her
in getting the correct
treatment. But if she
refuses to meet you
halfway or you genuinely
do believe that she’s taking
advantage of your strong
work ethic and healthy
bank balance, then you
have to crack down and
insist that some significant
changes are made.
Find out what her plans
are regarding a new job
because she can’t go on
like this for ever. What
about retraining or
further education?
If you don’t like the way
things are going and you’re
exhausted, then think
long-term about the kind of
life you’re living versus the
kind of life you really want.
Pestered by
late pal’s sis
I WAS grief-stricken when my dearest friend died last September. She’d fought cancer so bravely for many years.
But now I’ve got her deeply unpleasant twin sister driving me crazy. She obviously thinks she’s entitled to fill
the gap left by my friend. I can’t stand her – she’s tricky,
nasty and bitter. She keeps turning up unannounced and
uninvited and is making my life a living hell.
JANE SAYS: This woman is not your problem or your
responsibility. It’s very sad that her twin sister (your friend)
has died, but you’re grieving too and have your own life to
live. Be honest. Tell her that you have a very busy life.
Suggest she broadens her circle of friends and gets
involved in local projects. She should speak to her GP if
she’s finding it hard to cope with life. Whatever happens, do
not allow her to overwhelm you or bring you down.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
GRANT
PHOTO CASEBOOK
HE WANTS
A BABY
DAY 2
1
Ed and Lou are in bed
Oh, Lou!
I so want you
DON’T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE
ARIES
March 21 to
April 20
TAURUS
April 21 to
May 21
It is important to deal with a disappointment in
a constructive way. You can’t achieve everything
you desire if you haven’t the support, resources or time. Be
proud of the progress you have made so far and remind
yourself that eventually you will achieve your goal.
IF you lack the skills to execute a work
assignment you have two choices. You can
join forces with someone who has experience in this
field or get trained up. Either way you are doing something positive to achieve the outcome you want.
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GEMINI
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May 22 to
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CANCER
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June 23 to
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YOU might acquire some impressive skills
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things in life than money and status.
STOP comparing yourself to experts in your
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you to focus on what’s important for you and not others.
MONEY from an investment or inheritance
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We don’t
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Babe
2
You know I’ve
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3
Yeah... and?
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We don’t want a
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Don’t we?
LIBRA
I love Ed...
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to have a baby...
and so is he
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SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23 to
Dec 21
CONTINUES TOMORROW
SCORPIO
October 24 to
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the flowers. Take a walk or a relaxing soak in the bathtub.
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December 22
to January 20
A COLLEAGUE will make fun of your creative
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do, this person is going to try to intimidate you. Once you
realise what they are up to, keep them at arm’s length.
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January 21 to
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PISCES
AQUARIUS
TUES
September 24
to October 23
DON’T trust someone who offers to look
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agreement with a partner over an investment matter,
keep separate accounts. You don’t want to risk your
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SOMEONE you see regularly expects you to
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you getting on with your own life. Next time, politely
decline. It’s time they stood on their own two feet.
VENTURING into new territory will be more fun
if you relax and enjoy the journey. Trying something new may mean uncertainty but you need something
different. This is your chance to break out of a rut. If you are
bored with any aspect of your life, be honest about it.
Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905
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of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the
main grid – to start. Solution tomorrow.
Difficulty: 8/10 Target Time: 25 minutes
Clue: Disturbing remains for a conference.
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CRYPTIC CLUES
Across
1 Turn down litter (6)
4 Insignificant attempt by
friend (6)
7 It’s unfortunate being
hard up (4)
8 Thankful for a rug left by
mistake (8)
9 Man seen before
disturbance is a
nationalist (7)
12 The French orchestral
leader’s star sign (3)
14 A set of drinks here and
there (6)
15 Finish with tease (4,2)
16 Excerpt from novel
featuring a pixie (3)
18 Deal in vehicles (7)
22 Good-looking worker has
a little (8)
23 Look after second ring
alone (4)
24 She met unruly
subjects (6)
25 Harry lashes out (6)
Down
1 Villain from opera Bert
translated (9)
2 Infallible evidence
supporting idiot (9)
3 The queen around a long
time, being keen (5)
4 Instrument for man in
Post Office (5)
5One found in Leslie’s pork
pies (4)
6Wake up, hearing
arguments (5)
10 Belief of Eastern leader
in canvas shelter (5)
6 letters
AFFAIR
ASHORE
CRAYON
SPLASH
STRAIN
8 letters
CARTOONS
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SUDOKU
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FILL the grid so that every
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TARGET: 22mins
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Today’s Solution: 0907 181 2616 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge.
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START WITH HORSE RACING
Jarveys Plate a
Cheltenham dish
ESCAPE PLAN
■ by JASON HEAVEY
TRAINER Colin
Tizzard has
revealed Welsh
Grand National hero
Elegant Escape is
being aimed at
the Cheltenham
Gold Cup.
has had three hard races
and we are only around two
months away from the Gold
Cup. If he had only had one
run, we would go again.”
Entries for the Gold Cup
will be published tomorrow
but Elegant Escape is yet
to win in six previous
attempts at Grade One level.
Meanwhile, the Dorset
trainer has put the chasing
career of Kilbricken Storm
on hold to prepare him for a
tilt at the Stayers’ Hurdle.
Last season’s Albert
Bartlett winner will be
given a prep run back over
hurdles before a shot at the
Grade One prize at the
Cheltenham Festival.
After making a winning
start over fences at Ffos
Las, the eight-year-old
failed to follow it up when
beating only one home in
a Grade Two contest at
Newbury last month.
Tizzard said: “Kilbricken
Storm is going to go back
down the Stayers’ Hurdle
route. He was not quite
right after his last run over
fences. He will have one
more run, then go for the
Stayers’ Hurdle. The owners
are not very keen to
continue over fences.”
The seven-year-old will
have a short break before
joining stablemates
Thistlecrack and last year’s
winner Native River in
jump racing’s blue riband
on March 15.
Tizzard said: “Elegant
Escape is now rated 159 and
is only about 7lb away from
being a Gold Cup horse. He
might make a Grand
National horse as well,
because he is a tough stayer.
“We’ve just got to sit and
think about it but the fact is
he has won at Sandown,
won a Welsh National by
outstaying them all and was
second in a Ladbrokes
Trophy, where he was the
only one really finishing
that day.”
Tizzard, whose horses are
in fine form and who won
the Grade One Tolworth
Hurdle with Elixir De Nutz
last Saturday, added: “I
think his next race will be
the Gold Cup because he
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■
ELEGANT STYLE:
Elegant Escape
is bound for the
Cheltenham Gold Cup
JARVEYS PLATE is likely ■ by JASON HEAVEY
to return to Cheltenham
on Trials Day after his
Hereford because that
recent impressive
really sharpened him up.
victory at the track.
I didn’t want to run him,
The Fergal O’Brienbut Paddy (Brennan) was
trained six-year-old
adamant it would do him
relished the step up to
good.”
two-and-a-half miles to
Form lines continue to
beat Nicky Henderson’s
be franked for Jarveys
odds-on favourite I Can’t
Plate, most recently
Explain by 13 lengths.
when his previous
Next on the agenda is
Cheltenham conqueror
the Grade Two Ballymore Elixir De Nutz winning
Novices’ Hurdle on
Saturday’s Grade One
January 26.
Tolworth Hurdle at
“It was a surprise to
Sandown.
win as easy as
we did, because
I’d seen the
favourite win his
point-to-point
and at Sandown
very easily,” said
O’Brien.
“I thought we’d
take a chance
because the
rest were much
of a muchness,
and if we
finished second
I’d have been
happy with that.
Maybe some
didn’t perform
to their best but
we’ll take it on
the day.
“I think the
KEY TRIAL:
making of him
Jarveys Plate
was running
returns to Cheltenham
him over two
miles at
■
ALPHA BET INDEX TO TODAY’S MEETINGS
A - Ayr B - Bangor
N - Newcastle
Againn Dul Aghaidh ....... B
Airdrigh............................ A
Ajman Prince .................. N
Amazing Amaya.............. N
Another Angel................. N
Apache Jack ................... A
Archimedes ..................... N
Archive ............................ N
Argon ............................... N
Atletico ............................ N
Aurello ............................. B
Ballela’s Dream............... A
Balleticon ........................ B
Ballyellis .......................... B
Battlebrave ...................... B
Battletank ........................ B
Beau Et Sublime ............. A
1.10
12.55
3.40
6.15
7.15
3.10
6.15
3.40
6.15
5.15
3.55
3.45
3.55
3.25
3.55
3.55
3.10
Bengali Boys................... N
Bertielicious .................... A
Blaydon ........................... A
Bold Emperor.................. A
Boom The Groom ........... N
Boris Boru ....................... A
Bringewood Blue ............ B
Ca Le Ferra...................... A
Carlingford Prince .......... A
Casterbridge ................... N
Catch The Swallows ....... B
Cherry Oak ...................... N
Chillon Castle ................. N
Classic Tune ................... B
Collooney ........................ B
Corked ............................. N
Cornborough................... A
Corrieben Reiver ............ A
Cosmic Ray ..................... N
5.15
2.00
12.55
3.10
5.15
12.55
1.10
2.35
12.55
7.15
3.55
6.15
6.45
2.50
2.15
4.10
3.10
3.45
4.10
Cracking Destiny ............ B
Crixus’s Escape.............. A
Crumbs ............................ A
Cyprus Avenue ............... A
Danseur Du Large .......... B
Deepsand ........................ A
Divine Port ...................... A
Don’t Be Surprised ......... N
Dynamo Walt................... N
El Hombre ....................... N
El Kaldoun....................... B
Encoded .......................... N
Equitation ........................ N
Eveque ............................. A
Extra Bald........................ B
Fiddlers Bow ................... A
Fink Hill ........................... N
First Excel ....................... N
Foolaad ............................ N
1.10
3.10
3.45
12.55
2.50
3.10
2.35
4.10
5.15
5.15
3.55
6.15
5.15
3.45
2.15
2.35
7.15
7.15
5.15
Frenchy Du Large ........... B
Fuel Injection .................. N
Gardiners Hill .................. B
Getaway Mission ............ B
Gettysburg Address ....... B
Gone Platinum ................ B
Goodthyneaway .............. B
Gracemeadow ................. A
Greeba ............................. A
Hands Of Stone .............. B
Hidden Dilemma ............. A
Highland Way.................. B
Holdbacktheriver ............ B
Honourary Gift ................ A
Ifyoucanseemenow ........ B
Imada ............................... A
Initial Approach .............. N
Instingtive........................ A
Irish Octave ..................... B
GREYHOUNDS
CENTRAL PARK
11.09 INSANE DATE (4) ....................Naked Gene
11.24 OUR UNIQUE BANJO (3) ......Giveusabreak
11.39 WONDERFUL SEVEN (3) ... Rockalong Star
11.54 GORTMELIA HALO (4) ......Nomads Legend
12.09 OUR UNIQUE JODIE (3) ... Run On Rigadoo
12.24 WESTMEAD BEAR (nb) (4) .......Queen Izzy
12.39 TREATMETHESAME (1) .......... Sup Seamie
12.54 GETCALLMYREG (4) .................. Angry Boy
1.08 BENS LASS (1) ....................... Alarming Gaia
1.22 RESNOVA LEELA (2) ........... Pacey Karnage
1.39 WOOF A RHYTHM (nap) (4) ... Twilight Globe
1.57 DARK MIDNIGHT (4) ...........Stride On Daisey
CRAYFORD
(5)
(6)
(1)
(3)
(6)
(3)
(4)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(2)
MONMORE
2.06 THORNTREE MEADOW (3) .......... Wimberley (2)
2.22 BARNAGRANE DIVA (nap) (3) .. Kayleigh Oscar (6)
2.42 WATFORD HAVANA (nb) (6)...Rushmoor Dollar (3)
3.02 MOTHER OFDRAGONS (1) . Ferndale Queen (2)
3.19 PROUD PRIZE (4) ..................Riverside Bono (1)
3.39 DUNGANNON FALCON (5) .......... Corrin Ben (6)
3.59 SUPREME LANSON (1) ..........Westcot Gayle (6)
4.19 ELDERBERRY MANX (3) .....Legend Of Lucy (1)
4.39 OLD CENTS FLYER (6) .... Catunda Sapphire (2)
4.58 OXTER HOCKER (4) .............. Fabulous Ruse (3)
5.18 GAFFERS JET (1) ...........Knockglass Madam (3)
5.37 BARRACK RUBBLE (6) ............ Roseville Act (2)
5.54 CUPCAKE LANE (1) ............Weather Balloon (4)
6.09 AYKON (6) ........................................ Coco Jet (4)
CRAYFORD EVENING
6.33 MACAROON MATT (1) ......... Ferryforth Pearl (3)
6.49 CRINKILL KAY (1) .................. Finchley Road (3)
7.07 BUDDY FLO (nb) (4) .............. Geneva Sheba (3)
7.23 TRINITY MOLLY (nap) (5) ... Cashen Voyager (2)
7.38 ANTHEM OF FIRE (1) ...........Rebbecas Rose (5)
7.54 DEECEES KNIGHT (4) .......... Ballymac Swizz (6)
8.11 CRUDEN BAY (6) .................. Canutes Hound (5)
8.27 GLENQUAIN ARIS (4) ................. Swift Lassie (3)
8.42 STRIDE ON BOLT (4) ..............Clarens Pippa (3)
8.57 DEANRIDGE BEAST (1) .......Masongoodmac (3)
9.16 BALLYDANIEL BOSS (6) ........... Souley Blue (2)
9.30 HUARACHE TIPTON (4) ................ Max Diver (5)
11.01 SCRUBIT LOUIE (nap) (1) . Ballybeg Scolari (6)
11.16 CANINE CLASS (5) ........ Karma Chameleon (1)
11.31 INVINCIBLE LUCY (2) ............ Roding Royle (6)
11.46 MAGGIE ME NANI (2) ............... Pesky Tess (1)
12.01 CALS PRAIRIE (2) .............Womanatthewell (6)
12.16 NEWLAWN PEARL (1) ............. Kelva Matty (2)
12.31 MOANING MARK (5) ............... Jayms Jewel (4)
12.46 WHATS DOT UPTO (nb) (6)....... Devon Doll (4)
1.01 MICKS ACT (2) ...........................Rathduff Cat (3)
1.16 THATS WHY (6) ....................Fleadh Rionach (1)
1.31 IDOL CHOICE (2) ....................... Annual Jazz (4)
1.49 TROUBLE MAKER (4) ..................Next Move (2)
HOVE
2.12
2.32
2.52
3.11
3.29
3.49
4.09
4.29
4.48
5.08
5.28
5.44
6.02
6.19
FOREVER MICK (nb) (1) ............ Swift Anubis
BALLYSTEEN STAR (4) .........Notyourdogray
BALLYLARK JESSIE (4) ........... Mallogs Jive
EL TAZ (5) .............................Clairekeith Rhia
LIVELONGNPROSPER (3) .........Killeacle Jet
WHERES JUNIOR (2) ................. Get On Brig
SKEE LOW (2) ...................Mullaghmeen Star
DRAWN TO TROUBLE (1).......Isaacs Beauty
DROOPYS MOSCOW (5) ........ Loggies Rebel
CANDOLIM SUNSET (6) ....Gotoon Antonette
SEASONSLIGHTNING (2)....... Suirview Boris
KILLEACLE RANKIN (1) ......Warrior Princess
PUNK ROCK HAZEL (3) ...............Zari Prince
SWIFT BEATRICE (nap) (2) ......Canvas Bond
(4)
(6)
(5)
(1)
(6)
(3)
(6)
(6)
(2)
(5)
(3)
(3)
(6)
(3)
SHEFFIELD RPGTV
6.22 OAKVALE DANNY (6) ....................Loud Lisa (3)
6.39 CINDERELLA (3) ....................Holdem Missile (4)
6.55 POOLIE BENNY (3) ................ Marks Promise (1)
7.09 UNCUT DIAMOND (5) ..........Ballydoyle Frank (2)
7.26 NEWS AT SIX (3) ................... Sharpys Junior (1)
7.42 GEELO CHAMPERS (nap) (4) ......Geelo Suzi (6)
7.57 DREAM TREND (2) ...................... Inca Bandit (5)
8.13 DROOPYS SIRIUS (2) ................Soars Above (4)
8.29 TOOREENALOUR (1) ............. Rhoden Ralph (4)
8.44 FOURPENNY CASTLE (nb) (1) Raise The Stakes (4)
8.59 STANDARD SWEEP (1) ...... Ballycowen Kara (5)
9.14 OUTDOOR QUEEN (6) ....................Cibulkova (3)
9.34 BALLYMAC HEALY (1) ......... Newinn Master (3)
9.52 NEWSFLASH (5) ....................Magna Motown (4)
3.55
6.15
2.50
2.15
1.40
1.10
1.10
3.45
3.45
1.10
1.25
3.55
1.40
3.45
3.55
2.35
5.45
2.00
1.40
Is Love Alive ................... B
Iwilldoit ............................ B
Jan Van Hoof .................. N
Jessiemac ....................... A
Jimmi Chew .................... B
Johnny Ocean................. B
Just Rocky ...................... B
Karamoko ........................ A
Katalystic......................... A
King Oswald.................... N
Kingofmerrows ............... N
Knocknagoshel ............... B
Know The Score ............. B
Kyllachy Warrior ............. N
Lady Kyria ....................... A
Largy Perk ....................... A
Las Tunas........................ A
Laubali ............................. N
Leverock Lass ................ A
1.10
2.50
7.15
1.25
3.55
1.10
2.15
12.55
12.55
4.10
4.10
3.55
3.25
6.45
1.25
3.45
2.00
7.15
1.25
Lilligram........................... N
Lopes Dancer.................. N
Lord Of The Glen ............ N
Lorna Cole....................... N
Lost Frequency............... A
Loud And Clear............... N
Louse Talk....................... B
Lovely Schtuff................. A
Magic Of Milan ................ A
Mardle .............................. N
Material Girl..................... N
Military Madame ............. N
Milvale.............................. A
Miracle Works ................. N
Mon Garcon Frankie....... B
Moss On The Mill............ B
Mountain Chimes............ B
Novabridge ...................... N
Olympic Spirit ................. N
5.45
3.40
7.15
6.45
2.35
3.40
1.40
2.35
12.55
4.45
4.45
4.10
3.45
7.15
3.25
2.50
1.10
6.15
6.45
On The Rox ..................... B
Oscar Nomination .......... B
Outrage ............................ N
Overtheedge.................... B
Paddocks Lounge .......... A
Paddys Runner ............... B
Pads ................................. A
Paparazzi ......................... N
Pea Shooter .................... N
Peters Cousin ................. A
Picknick Park .................. B
Pink Legend .................... B
Poppy In The Wind ......... N
Prancing Oscar ............... N
Primo’s Comet ................ N
Prince Dundee ................ A
Queens Cave................... A
Retrace ............................ A
2.15
2.15
5.15
1.10
2.00
2.50
12.55
4.10
7.15
1.25
1.10
2.15
6.15
4.10
5.15
2.35
1.25
1.25
Rhaegar ........................... B
Ribble Valley ................... A
River Dart ........................ N
River Glades ................... N
Sam Chisolm................... B
Save The Pennies ........... B
Scartare ........................... B
Seductive Moment.......... N
Servo................................ N
Set Piece ......................... N
Seymour Sox .................. B
Shininstar ........................ B
Shug................................. N
Silk Or Scarlet ................. A
Sils Maria......................... N
Silverturnstogold ............ N
Sir Walter......................... N
Snow Rescue .................. B
BAGS WINNERS AND PRICES
CENTRAL PARK
11.01: Tasty Jenny (4) 4-1, Our Unique Mary (1) 13-8
fav, bf: £14.86, tri: (4-1-6) £45.74. 11.16: Great Changes
(5) 5-1, Bag of Nails (1) 3-1, bf: £28.59, tri: (5-1-3) £62.39.
11.31: Wilson Mary (1) 6-4 fav, Orbital Tornado (3) 3-1,
bf: £7.19, tri: (1-3-2) £15.44. 11.46: Birleys Lass (1) 7-2,
Our Bingo (6) 3-1, bf: £18.10, tri: (1-6-2) £90.88. 12.01:
Fawkham Julie (3) 7-2, Our Unique Ellie (2) 3-1 co-fav,
bf: £16.97, tri: (3-2-6) £47.69. 12.16: Paddington (6) 7-4
fav, Finn Mist (3) 10-3, bf: £8.88, tri: (6-3-5) £34.34. 12.31:
Kereight Jude (1) 5-2 co-fav and Run On Rascal (2) 5-2
co-fav (dd-ht 1st), bf: (1-2) £4.91, (2-1) 5.31, tri: (1-2-3)
£10.56, (2-1-3) £11.41. 12.46: Zenas Tyche (4) 7-2, Our
Steve (6) 11-4 fav, bf: £16.73, tri: (4-6-2) £46.18. 1.01: Ask
Karen (1) 5-1, Clomantagh Moth (4) 5-1, bf: £41.11, tri:
(1-4-5) £150.81. 1.16: Annual Talk (6) 2-1 fav, Lennys Boy
(3) 3-1, bf: £9.63, tri: (6-3-5) £29.67. 1.31: Champagne
Amy (2) 7-1, Millbrook King (1) 7-4 fav, bf: £25.52, tri:
(2-1-5) £65.19. 1.49: Ballynabee Jeani (6) 5-4 fav,
Galeforce Ragnar (1) 5-1, bf: £9.00, tri: (6-1-3) £32.57.
HARLOW
2.12: Blue Sky Jet (6) 5-2 fav, Highams Royal (5) 9-2,
bf: £14.09, tri: (6-5-2) £41.17. 2.32: Moaning Baldrick (6)
6-4 fav, Sign Jake (1) 9-4, bf: £5.66, tri: (6-1-3) £22.38.
2.52: Springmount Roxy (1) 6-4 fav, Fancy Pepper (5) 7-2,
bf: £7.78, tri: (1-5-4) £34.53. 3.11: Vicarage Blossom (2)
2-1 fav, Croftview Star (6) 7-2, bf: £11.98, tri: (2-6-4)
£57.69. 3.29: Jaidev (4) 10-1, Great Respect (1) 6-1, bf:
£75.00, tri: (4-1-6) £249.78. 3.49: Shaneboy Eva (3) 3-1,
Moaning Stanley (5) 5-1, bf: £21.33, tri: (3-5-2) £44.44.
4.09: Vicarage Merc (3) 7-1, Tommy Boy Burns (6) 7-2, bf:
£42.37, tri: (3-6-2) £79.91. 4.29: Rathronan Lily (2) 5-4
fav, Mist Opportunity (4) 5-1, bf: £9.27, tri: (2-4-5)
£25.19. 4.48: Blackrosediamond (4) 3-1, Lulus Diamond
(3) 6-4 fav, bf: £10.18, tri: (4-3-2) £35.21. 5.08: Sneezys
Mistral (1) Evens fav, Vinnys Girl (5) 7-4, bf: £3.05, tri:
(1-5-2) £12.91. 5.28: Claudius Maximus (5) 11-4, Shes
Got Wind (1) 4-1, bf: £16.68, tri: (5-1-2) £50.91. 5.44:
Lulus Queenie (1) 7-2, Wee Bart (3) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £14.29,
tri: (1-3-5) £29.74. 6.02: Bullseye Star (6) 7-4 fav,
Clomantagh View (5) 6-1, bf: £12.68, tri: (6-5-1) £29.47.
6.19: Croftview Jane (6) 9-4 fav, Fortwood Timtom (2)
4-1, bf: £12.80, tri: (6-2-4) £30.51.
1.40
3.45
3.40
3.40
2.15
3.25
1.10
4.45
4.10
5.45
3.55
1.10
6.45
12.55
5.45
4.10
6.15
1.10
Social Network................ N
Solway Lark .................... A
Some Can Dance ............ B
Somewhere Secret ......... N
Sparkle In His Eye .......... N
Spirit Of Kayf .................. A
Squire .............................. N
Star Cracker .................... N
Steelriver ......................... N
Steps And Stairs............. B
Stormy Reception........... A
The Orange Rogue ......... A
Timeforaspin ................... B
Titian Boy ........................ A
Transpennine Star .......... B
Traveller........................... N
Treasure Dillon ............... B
Trio For Rio ..................... B
5.45
12.55
2.50
4.10
5.45
3.10
4.10
6.15
6.15
1.40
1.25
2.00
3.55
2.00
2.50
4.10
2.50
3.25
Two For Gold .................. B 3.25
Up Helly Aa King ............ A 12.55
Urbanist ........................... B 1.10
Valentino Boy ................. N 4.10
Valkenburg ...................... A 12.55
Vereina............................. B 2.15
Viserion ........................... B 2.50
Voie Dans Voie ............... B 1.40
Watchable........................ N 5.15
White Iverson .................. N 6.45
Wiff Waff .......................... N 7.15
Will of Iron ....................... N 5.45
Windforpower ................. N 6.15
Woodside Wonder .......... N 4.45
Zip .................................... N 4.45
● No horses to note today
POOLE RPGTV
HENLOW
11.09: Come Home (1) 5-1, Rui Charm (4) 12-1, bf:
£72.72, tri: (1-4-5) £213.30. 11.24: Leahys Ranger (6) 5-1,
Swift Zaneta (1) 4-1, bf: £28.61, tri: (6-1-3) £60.03. 11.39:
Savana Paige (1) Evens fav, Silverview Trump (6) 5-1,
(dd-ht 3rd), bf: £7.53, tri: (1-6-5) £8.80, (1-6-2) £8.80.
11.54: Savana Black (1) 7-2, Savana Alvez (4) 3-1 jt-fav,
bf: £16.55, tri: (1-4-3) £39.72. 12.09: Westmead Ireland (2)
6-1, Rui Dragon (6) 7-2, bf: £36.61, tri: (2-6-5) £68.08.
12.24: Savana Jet (5) 4-1, Silverview Meant (6) 5-1, bf:
£25.00, tri: (5-6-1) £73.14. 12.39: Savana Bear (1) 8-1,
Silverview Sweep (2) 5-1, bf: £42.32, tri: (1-2-3) £189.04.
12.54: Savana Claudia (4) 7-4, Bright Elena (1) 5-4 fav,
bf: £4.34, tri: (4-1-2) £15.24. 1.08: Bees Charm (1) 8-1,
Savana Farah (3) 8-1, bf: £69.75, tri: (1-3-6) £278.76.
1.22: Courier Bob (2) 5-1, Mays Wendy (4) 8-1, bf: £60.06,
tri: (2-4-1) £273.12. 1.39: Ramspur Ella (1) 6-1, Baran
Raptor (2) 5-2, bf: £22.76, tri: (1-2-3) £76.54. 1.57:
Unlikely Leader (4) 7-2, Killinan Fairy (6) 7-2, bf: £18.67,
tri: (4-6-5) £51.77.
MONMORE
2.06: Elderberry Siren (2) 7-2, Kerrylane Dream (5)
3-1 jt-fav, bf: £18.58, tri: (2-5-3) £54.63. 2.22: Lilys Chica
(2) 3-1, Swift Khazix (3) 8-1, bf: £30.01, tri: (2-3-6)
£117.02. 2.42: Ballymac Jessica (4) 9-4 jt-fav, Bloos
Glaisestar (6) 9-4 jt-fav, NR: Athlacca Cindy (res), bf:
£9.01, tri: (4-6-1) £34.16. 3.02: Colonel Paddy (3) 7-4,
Moss Lane Ebany (1) 6-4 fav, bf: £4.85, tri: (3-1-2) £13.41.
3.19: Final Kay (2) 5-1, Adognamed Sue (3) 5-2 fav, bf:
£23.96, tri: (2-3-1) £71.98. 3.39: Armoy Sam (4) 9-4 jt-fav,
Im Mary (5) 6-1, bf: £18.47, tri: (4-5-3) £47.93. 3.59: Fionn
(2) 5-1, Swift Samantha (1) 6-1, bf: £33.36, tri: (2-1-6)
£103.01. 4.19: Elderberry Nine (2) 5-2 jt-fav, Narabane
Class (1) 6-1, bf: £17.62, tri: (2-1-5) £65.66. 4.39: Ardera
Diego (2) 4-1, Corrin Taylor (3) 4-1, bf: £25.38, tri: (2-3-1)
£62.59. 4.58: Whiteoak Soloman (3) 3-1, Tommys Venture
(2) 9-4 fav, bf: £11.51, tri: (3-2-1) £30.99. 5.18: A Up (3)
6-1, Dhustone Charlie (2) 9-4 fav, bf: £24.82, tri: (3-2-5)
£78.45. 5.37: Coolavanny Aldi (3) 2-1 fav, Go Jo Go (1)
7-2, bf: £9.91, tri: (3-1-6) £33.81. 5.54: Bloos Bourne Ten
(6) 5-2 fav, Ballymac Clodagh (1) 7-2, bf: £12.56, tri: (6-13) £31.16. 6.09: Slaneyside Angel (2) 4-1, Shesnosnob (3)
5-1, bf: £29.38, tri: (2-3-4) £74.46. Placer (£1 stake)
(Races 1-6) £99.80, (Races 9-14) £167.00.
6.29
(A7)
450m
6.47
(A5)
450m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4165 Jayjays Ruby (md ro) ................ 27.61
2332 CHADWELL TETRA (md ro) .... 27.90
2125 Ide Train (md ep) ...................... 27.80
3336 Coris Moments (md ep) ............. 28.12
2443 Navillus Boy (wd ro) .................. 27.98
3345 Fizzypop Boo (ep ro) ................. 27.98
Star betting: 2 Jayjays Ruby, 11-4
Chadwell Tetra, Ide Train.
1
2
3
4
5
6
4561 Maggie The Ram (rl ro) ............. 27.47
3642 Lavender Blue (md ep) .............. 27.74
6332 SARUM SUSIE (md ro) ............. 27.11
1666 Fionn City (md ro)...................... 27.36
1643 Loads Of Toe (md ep) ............... 27.60
5161 Farran Romeo (wd ro) .............. 27.70
Star betting: 9-4 Fionn City, 3 Sarum
Susie, 7-2 Farran Romeo, 5 Maggie The Ram.
7.05
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A2)
450m
4332 Pockets Pride (ep ro)................. 27.12
2121 LOLAS CHAMP (nb) (sa fw) .... 27.31
4555 Skeard Andy (sa fw) .................. 27.72
5634 Slippark Chewy (wd ep) ............ 27.03
4411 Beretta River (md ro) ............... 27.28
6252 Derragh Robin (wd ro) ............... 27.22
Star betting: 11-4 Lolas Champ, 3
Pockets Pride, Slippark Chewy, 7-2 Derragh
Robin, 4 Beretta River, 8 Skeard Andy.
7.19
1
2
3
4
5
6
(H’cap)
450m
4645 Redhills Juliet (14m) (md h) ...... 27.36
1435 Blastoff Dot (6m) (fw h)............ 27.01
6556 Tyrap Cruise (6m) (ep h) ........... 27.16
2563 Hack Up Majestic (4m) (ep h) ... 27.07
1466 Dundee Pete (Scr) (md h) ......... 27.04
2322 IDE HERBIE (Scr) (fw h) ........... 27.23
Star betting: 11-4 Blastoff Dot, 7-2 Tyrap
Cruise, Hack Up Majestic, Dundee Pete, Ide
Herbie, 6 Redhills Juliet.
7.36
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A4)
450m
1366 Turbine Turbo (rl ro) .................. 27.68
3362 STOKE DEBBIE (NAP) (ep ro) . 27.45
54 Boyneside Barney (sa ro) .......... 28.05
11 Maggie Mush (sa fw) ................. 27.82
5352 Linn Dubh Paddy (wd ro)........... 00.00
6115 Knockalton Amera (md ep) ..... 27.53
Star betting: 7-4 Knockalton Amera, 11-4
Stoke Debbie, 7-2 Turbine Turbo, 9-2 Maggie
Mush, 6 Boyneside Barney, 8 Linn Dubh Paddy.
7.52
1
2
3
4
5
6
(A1)
450m
2143 Miss Gun (sa fw) ....................... 27.38
1125 Kimpton Charlie (rl ro) ............. 26.91
1343 Ardscull Moat (wd fw) ................ 27.18
1424 Operation Man (ep ro) ............... 27.41
1463 Bet On Spot (rl ro) ..................... 27.20
1211 BENRO STEVIE (wd fw) ........... 27.32
Star betting: 5-2 Kimpton Charlie, 3 Miss
Gun, 4 Ardscull Moat, Benro Stevie, 9-2 Bet On
Spot, 11-2 Operation Man.
8.08
(A6)
450m
8.23
(A5)
450m
8.37
(D1)
250m
8.51
(H’cap)
450m
9.06
(D2)
250m
9.22
(A3)
450m
1
2
3
4
5
6
4565 Jayjays Diamond (rl ro) ............. 27.52
2212 IDE ROCKINGCHAIR (sa fw) ... 27.63
1323 Cushie Blitz (ep ro) .................... 27.87
4434 Pennys Woolley (wd ro) ............ 27.80
34 Fire Gun (wd ro) ....................... 28.10
6453 Riverside Elm (rl ep) .................. 27.70
Star betting: 5-2 Ide Rockingchair, 7-2
Fire Gun, 4 Pennys Woolley, Jayjays Diamond,
9-2 Riverside Elm, 5 Cushie Blitz.
1
2
3
4
5
6
31 HONEYGAR ZOE (sa fw) ......... 27.84
1522 Bramblecombeduke (md ro) ...... 27.74
6 14 Ide Whatsmore (md ep)............. 27.61
1266 Milltown Eddie (md ep) .............. 27.70
44 Dromscarra Apach (md ep) ..... 27.97
3336 Four Days Late (wd ro).............. 27.79
Star betting: 9-4 Ide Whatsmore, 7-2 Milltown
Eddie, Dromscarra Apach, 4 Bramblecombeduke, 9-2
Honeygar Zoe, 6 Four Days Late.
1
2
3
4
5
6
5524 Kilflynn Clover (sa fw)................ 15.30
6311 CLOSE TOUCH (md ro)............ 15.25
2621 Kelpie Joe (md ep) .................... 15.27
4345 Holdem Og (rl ro)....................... 15.27
3156 Tommys Express (md ep) ......... 00.00
4312 Glenmare Sonic (md ro) .......... 15.42
Star betting: 5-2 Close Touch, 3 Kelpie
Joe, 7-2 Kilflynn Clover, 9-2 Tommys Express,
Glenmare Sonic, 5 Holdem Og.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2251 Ghetto Leader (8m) (md h) ...... 27.10
5355 Devils Jono (7m) (fw h) ............. 27.00
2321 GARFINEY BIGMIKE (4m) (fw h) ..27.34
6664 Ide Fly (2m) (ep h) ..................... 27.34
1625 Whizzing Storm (Scr) (ep h) ...... 27.19
4432 Ide Blackjack (Scr) (fw h) .......... 27.27
Star betting: 11-4 Ghetto Leader, 3 Ide
Blackjack, 7-2 Garfiney Bigmike, Devils Jono, 5
Whizzing Storm, 6 Ide Fly.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6531 Pennys Madam (md ro)............ 15.61
4456 Farran Cockle (md ep) .............. 15.68
132 HEAVENS BURST (md ep) ...... 00.00
6652 Tadcaster Woody (md fw) ......... 15.71
6456 Madabout Gooch (wd ro)........... 15.46
2545 Daring George (wd ro)............... 15.77
Star betting: 11-4 Madabout Gooch, 3
Pennys Madam, 7-2 Heavens Burst.
1
2
3
4
5
6
6252 Fountain Mist (ep ro) ............... 27.30
5334 Chadwell Saoirse (wd ro) .......... 27.33
3532 Ballinacrow King (ep ro) ............ 27.66
2233 IDE MELON (md ro) .................. 27.42
2513 Delvin Days (md ro)................... 27.65
3641 Kilgar Joe (wd ro) ...................... 27.46
Star betting: 5-2 Fountain Mist, 11-4 Ide
Melon, 9-2 Chadwell Saoirse.
38
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
NEW QUARTERS
WHO’S HOT WHO’S NOT
TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most
wins last 14 days) Miss V Williams
12; N Henderson 12; Olly Murphy 9;
P Kirby 7; D Skelton 7; Miss L
Russell 5; N Richards 5; N
Alexander 5; E Williams 5; K Bailey
5; A King 5; A Carroll 4; P Evans 4.
SUFFERING STABLES:
(Runners since last win) Clare
Ellam 58; D C Griffiths 54; D Shaw
49; S-J Davies 49; I Duncan 45;
Mrs J Stephen 45; J L Eyre 41;
Miss C Dyson 38; Sam Thomas 34;
J Needham 30; A Brown 28; Mrs R
Gasson 27; A Jones 26.
HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14
days) B Hughes 9; R Johnson 8; A
Coleman 8; L Morris 7; N De
Boinville 7; S Quinlan 6; Jamie
Moore 6; C Deutsch 6; R Havlin 5;
A Wedge 5; D Bass 5; R T Dunne 5;
H Skelton 5; B McHugh 4; J Mitchell
4; Ross Chapman 4; Derek Fox 4.
RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides
since last win) P Mathers 46; R
Richardson 34; Sam Coltherd 33; G
Lee 27; Steven Fox 27; J Kington
23; B Poste 22; M Dwyer 21; K
Woods 19; D Maxwell 18; Ben
Robinson 18; A Rawlinson 17; S
Twiston-Davies 16; L Murtagh 15;
Sean Houlihan 15; Jonathan Burke
15; M Kendrick 14; K O’Neill 13.
MUST NEXT TIME
BENNY’S SECRET would have
won in another stride at
Musselburgh yesterday. Put him in
your notebooks for next time,
especially if the ground is decent.
HANDICAP BLOT
PAPARAZZI (4.10) won with loads
in hand over the course and
distance and a penalty should not
stop him doubling up at Newcastle.
Today’s top tips from Starform
AYR: 3.45 Eveque (Benny Walsh
to Mrs J Walton), 3.45 Honourary
Gift (Peter Fahey to J Ewart), 3.45
Milvale (S Crawford to A M
Thomson).
BANGOR: 3.25 Mon Garcon
Frankie (Miss L Wallace to S Flook),
3.55 Catch The Swallows (Gerard
Kelleher to D Pipe), 3.55
Knocknagoshel (T Keating to G
Hanmer).
NEWCASTLE: 3.40 River Glades
(M Johnston to T Tate), 5.15
Equitation (R Varian to S C
Williams), 6.15 Steelriver (J F
Levins to M Herrington).
BAILEY CAN STRIKE
GOLD AT BANGOR
2.15
Bangor – COLLOONEY (nb)
had his credentials enhanced by
Sunday’s Plumpton winner Brandon Castle.
On his latest appearance, the Olly Murphytrained Collooney was not disgraced when
half a length second to Brandon Castle at
Plumpton back in December. That was the
gelding’s first run over hurdles and he is
expected to improve from that experience.
Just Rocky, representing the respected Dan
Skelton stable, has shown some smart
bumper form and will be the obvious danger.
BIGGEST EARNERS
AYR 2.00
Las Tunas........................... £53,967
BANGOR 2.50
Moss On The Mill ............... £52,543
NEWCASTLE 5.15
Watchable......................... £224,303
LONGEST TRAVELLERS
AYR: Boris Boru (12.55), Airdrigh
(12.55), Hidden Dilemma (1.25),
Retrace (1.25), Bold Emperor (3.10),
Apache Jack (3.10), Largy Perk
(3.45), Gracemeadow (3.45) Ireland;
Queens Cave (1.25) 377 miles.
BANGOR: Againn Dul Aghaidh
(1.10) 204 miles.
NEWCASTLE: Atletico (5.15) 302
miles.
3.25
Bangor – Kim Bailey, who
pulled off an excellent marketing
ploy when he saddled Subway Surf to win for
former Countdown host Carol Vorderman at
Ludlow last week, can give his owners – the
May We Never Be Found Out Partnership –
further success with TWO FOR GOLD
(nap). This useful bumper performer was an
excellent fourth behind the smart Elixir De
Nutz (successful at Sandown on Saturday) on
his hurdling debut at Cheltenham before
winning with something in hand at Wetherby
WIND SURGERY
AYR: Cyprus Avenue (12.55),
Fiddlers Bow (2.35), Ballela’s
Dream (3.45).
BANGOR: Goodthyneaway (1.10),
Irish Octave (1.40), Louse Talk
(1.40), Catch The Swallows (3.55).
BEST EACH WAY
SILK OR SCARLET (12.55 Ayr)
will go well if recapturing his Perth
form and is from a stable whose
horses are in fine fettle. The
excellent Ryan Day gets the leg-up.
in December. Bailey clearly rates the gelding,
who will be ridden by David Bass, as he holds
an entry in the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle
at the Cheltenham Festival in March.
Hexham winner Know The Score represents
the main danger. He has some decent
bumper form but is shaping up to be a better
prospect over hurdles.
3.45
Ayr – This looks an ideal
opportunity for RIBBLE
VALLEY (treble) to regain the winning
thread. He did not have much luck in running
on his latest start when sixth of nine behind
Master Debonair at Cheltenham in November.
He ran too free, clipped the heels of a rival
and then stumbled on the home bend. Under
the circumstances he did very well to finish
his race in promising style. The form of that
contest is rock solid as the fifth home, Ask
Dillion, has since won like a very smart horse.
Prior to Cheltenham, he impressed when
winning at this track in November. On that
occasion he had Corrieben Reiver 13
lengths behind him in third place.
■
SPARKLING RIDE:
David Bass
partners Two For Gold
at Bangor for Bailey
AYR
JASON HEAVEY
GOING: SOFT-GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
12.55
Class 5 (12 flights) 2m 5f (13 runners) £3,184
62-0 SILK OR SCARLET (30) N Alexander 7 11 13 .................. R Day 98
-343 KARAMOKO (130) N Richards 7 11 13 ....... D McMenamin (8) 95
4/6- CARLINGFORD PRINCE (343) T Reed 10 11 12 ......... H Reed 91
/4-0 KATALYSTIC (30) Miss L Russell 8 11 10 ....... S Mulqueen (3) 93
-450 BLAYDON (37)(P) Miss L Russell 6 11 8 ...........B Campbell (3) 95
45-0 PADS (26)(P*) Daragh Bourke 9 11 7 ....................... Steven Fox 89
55-0 UP HELLY AA KING (40)(T) N Alexander 8 11 7 ....L Murtagh 89
6-L0 CYPRUS AVENUE (55)(T*) I Duncan 7 11 2 ............B Lynn (3) 84
00F0 BORIS BORU (13)(H) Mrs S Dawson (IRE) 8 11 1 ...D P Maxwell (7) 85
U5LL SOLWAY LARK (17) Miss L Harrison 8 11 0... Ross Turner (3) 88
3L6 VALKENBURG (F12)(P) K Dalgleish 4 10 9 ........B Garritty (7) 94
0440 AIRDRIGH (13)(P,T) S Crawford (IRE) 7 10 6 ...Sam Coltherd 91
LL24 MAGIC OF MILAN (13)(P*,T) Sam England 6 10 5 ..R Chapman ★99
Star Betting: — 3 Magic Of Milan, 7-2 Valkenburg, 4 Karamoko, 8
Airdrigh, 12 Katalystic, 14 Silk Or Scarlet, Blaydon, Boris Boru, 16 others.
2018: Meeting abandoned due to Frozen.
KARAMOKO 9-1 (11-11) Set modest slow
STARFORM pace,
headed when not fluent 2 out, stayed on
same pace, 3rd of 9, 8l behind Kingston (11-2) at Bangor 2m 4f hcp
hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Aug. Magic Of Milan 11-2 (10-5) In touch on
inside, driven after 3 out, ridden to chase front pair after next, kept
on same pace, no extra in 4th flat, 4th of 12, 3 1/2l behind Flowery
(11-7) at Sedgefield 2m 4f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) sft in Dec. Valkenburg
9-1 (10-12) Prominent, pushed into lead 3rd, looked reluctant
and headed before next, struggling after 3 out, weakened 2 out, 6th
of 10, 29l behind Fabianski (10-11) at Catterick 2m 3yo hdl (4)
gs in Dec. Airdrigh 25-1 (10-4) Held up in mid-division, jumped
slightly left, ridden towards rear 4 out, soon no impression, 12th of
17, 26l behind British Art (11-1) at Down Royal 2m 1f hcp hdl
80-102 in Dec.
STARFORM: KARAMOKO DANGER: Magic Of Milan
1.25
Silk Or Scarlet (treble) 12.55 Karamoko
Queens Cave 1.25 Peters Cousin
Las Tunas 2.00 Titian Boy
Imada (nb) 2.35 Lost Frequency
Cornborough 3.10 Crixus’s Escape
Ribble Valley 3.45 Milvale
CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HCAP HDLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
TRACKFACTS Left-hand almost flat track of about a mile and
a half, with a run-in of about 210yds.There are nine stiff fences
with three in the home straight. Suits the long striding type.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) N Richards 42 winners, (24.6%
strike rate), +£5.87, Miss L Russell 36, (11.6%), -£17.00, N
Alexander 26, (11.4%), +£20.00, S Crawford 15, (10.8%), -£13.52, J
Ewart 13, (12.7%), -£5.30, I Duncan 9, (10.0%), -£9.00.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) B Hughes 55 winners, (21.1%
strike rate), -£6.80, Derek Fox 18, (11.1%), -£9.50, H Brooke 16,
(12.6%), +£3.00, Ross Chapman 12, (20.0%), -£1.50, R Day 12,
(22.2%), +£4.03, L Alexander 9, (7.6%), +£4.00.
STAR TIP
2.00
HANDICAP HURDLE
3.10 RACINGTV.COM
Class 3 (9 flights) 2m (7 runners) £6,758
RACING TV NOW HANDICAP CHASE
Class 5 (13 fences) 2m 110yds (6 runners) £3,509
1 FP-U THE ORANGE ROGUE (26)(C,S)(T) N Alexander 12 11 12 .......
...............................................................................Lucy Alexander 86
2 0225 INSTINGTIVE (27)(D,S) Miss L Harrison 8 11 11 .. R Chapman (3) 89
3 P34L PADDOCKS LOUNGE (19)(S) Clare Ellam 12 11 4...S Quinlan 89
4 432F LAS TUNAS (6)(C,S)(T) R M Smith 7 10 13 .... S Mulqueen (3) ★99
5 56P5 TITIAN BOY (3)(C2,S)(T) N Alexander 10 10 8...Sam Coltherd (5) 82
6 /L6L BERTIELICIOUS (13)(H,P) J Haynes 11 10 0 ........ J Hamilton 83
LONG HANDICAP: Bertielicious 9-2.
Star Betting: — 4-6 Las Tunas, 5 Instingtive, 7 Titian Boy, 8 The
Orange Rogue, Paddocks Lounge, 50 Bertielicious.
TUNAS 9-4 (9-11) Held up last, headway
STARFORM LAS
into 3rd place 6th, hit 9th, led going well 4 out,
clear when fell 2 out, in a race won by Mumgos Debut (11-4) at Ayr
2m hcp chs 0-115 (4) sft, 5 ran. Instingtive 5-2 (10-13) Led, mistake 1st, not fluent next, headed 3 out, rallied and every chance
next, weakened before last, 5th of 7, 19l behind Echo Express (1111) at Hexham 2m hcp 0-100 (5) sft in Dec. Titian Boy 5-2 (10-4)
Tracked winner, hampered on bend after 5 out, lost 2nd next, one
pace from 3 out, not clear run after last, 5th of 7, 12l behind
Younoso (10-1) at Newcastle 2m 4f hcp chs 0-100 (5) gs.
STARFORM: LAS TUNAS DANGER: Titian Boy
TV CHS (NOVS’ LIMITED HCAP)
2.35 RACING
Class 4 (13 fences) 2m 110yds (7 runners) £4,809
RACING TV MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 4f 100yds (8 runners) £4,159
1 0141 HIDDEN DILEMMA (37)(D,S) S Crawford (IRE) 6 11 12.............
...................................................................... Mr B G Crawford (7) 91
2 0-21 PETERS COUSIN (30)(S) N Richards 6 11 6 .................... R Day 98
3 5044 JESSIEMAC (40)(T) I Duncan 5 11 0 ........................ Derek Fox 88
4
F LADY KYRIA (11) P Kirby 5 11 0 .................................S Quinlan 95
5
10 LEVEROCK LASS (34)(S) T Reed 6 11 0 .........H Beswick (7) 85
6 112- QUEENS CAVE (304)(S) D Pipe 6 11 0.............. T Scudamore ★99
7 -066 RETRACE (13)(T) S Crawford (IRE) 5 11 0 ............... J J Slevin 81
8
STORMY RECEPTION C Grant 5 11 0........................ C Bewley 77
Star Betting: — 4-5 Queens Cave, 7-2 Hidden Dilemma, 5 Peters
Cousin, 10 Lady Kyria, 25 Stormy Reception, Jessiemac, 33 Others.
IMADA (33)(G,S) N Richards 9 11 8.............................B Hughes 98
DIVINE PORT (23)(D,G,S) Miss P Robson 9 11 4 ..... H Brooke ★99
CA LE FERRA (17) J Ewart 9 11 3.....................Steven Fox (5) 91
LOVELY SCHTUFF (30) Mrs J Stephen 7 11 0 .......... C Bewley 89
FIDDLERS BOW (103) Julia Brooke 10 10 11 ..Ross Chapman (3) 92
LOST FREQUENCY (19) Miss L Russell 7 10 10 ..... Derek Fox 95
PRINCE DUNDEE (30)(T) Miss L Russell 6 10 3 ... B Campbell (5) 95
LONG HANDICAP: Prince Dundee 9-11.
Star Betting: — 5-2 Divine Port, 3 Imada, 4 Fiddlers Bow, 11-2 Lost
Frequency, 8 Ca Le Ferra, 12 Prince Dundee, 14 Lovely Schtuff.
STARFORM: QUEENS CAVE DANGER: Peters Cousin
STARFORM: DIVINE PORT DANGER: Imada
CAVE 7-1 (11-0) Held up, headway on
STARFORM QUEENS
outside 10f out, led 2f out, headed inside final furlong, stayed on, just held, 2nd of 8, nk behind Queenohearts (11-0) at
Sandown 2m N H flat lst (1) sft in Mar. Hidden Dilemma 6-4fav (10-4)
In touch main group, headway after 4 out, led before 2 out, soon clear,
in no danger after, ridden out flat, comfortably, won at Carlisle 2m 4f
mrs hcp hdl (2) hvy in Dec beating Baby Ticker (10-6) by 11l, 10 ran.
Peters Cousin 5-1 (10-12) Tracked leaders on outside, hit 2 out (usual
4 out), challenged after last (usual 3 out), ridden to lead narrowly inside
final 2f, just held on (last 2 flights omitted on both circuits, low sun),
won at Kelso 2m 5f mares NH nov hdl (4) gs in Dec beating Off The
Hook (10-12) by 1/2l, 11 ran.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
02-3
/3-1
L/5U
-L4L
2-32
0L/3
6-65
STARFORM DIVINE PORT 7-2 (12-0) Tracked leaders, 2nd and
poised to challenge 4 out, led narrowly 2 out, ridden and stayed on gamely flat, found extra near finish, won at Carlisle
2m nov hcp chs 0-105 (4) sft in Dec beating Ballasalla (11-12) by 1/2l,
4 ran. Imada 4-1 (11-2) In touch in rear, headway 3 out, ridden next,
kept on one pace, 3rd of 5, 5l behind Jam Session (11-0) at Market
Rasen 2m 5f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) sft in Dec. Fiddlers Bow 8-1 (10-10)
Held up towards rear, headway 9th, chased winner from 3 out, no
impression when mistake last, stayed on same pace, 2nd of 9, 4l
behind Creadan Grae (11-3) at Perth 2m 4f hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in
Sep. Lost Frequency 25-1 (10-7) Tracked leaders, effort 2 out, driven
and outpaced by front pair before last, well held in 3rd flat, 3rd of 6, 11l
behind Manamite (11-0) at Hexham 2m mdn hdl (5) hvy in Dec.
1 F1/L SPIRIT OF KAYF (17)(D,S) N Alexander 8 11 12 . Lucy Alexander 97
2 -521 CORNBOROUGH (52)(CD,D2,G,S) M Walford 8 11 10 .. J Hamilton ★99
3 LL0P APACHE JACK (11)(S)(V) S Crawford (IRE) 11 11 5J J Slevin 77
4 1-04 CRIXUS’S ESCAPE (25)(D2,S) G Boanas 6 11 5 .....B Hughes 91
5 4/3- DEEPSAND (600)(CD,D2,S)(T) Miss L Russell 10 10 12 .T Willmott (7) 87
6 2605 BEAU ET SUBLIME (66)(D,G)(T) R M Smith 9 10 11... D Irving (3) 89
7 /P0- BOLD EMPEROR (F131)(D,S)(T) J McConnell (IRE) 6 10 10 ....
............................................................................................ S Bowen 89
Star Betting: — 13-8 Cornborough, 9-2 Spirit Of Kayf, 5 Deepsand,
6 Crixus’s Escape, 8 Apache Jack, 10 Beau Et Sublime, 12 Bold Emperor.
2-1fav (11-1) Went left 1st, held
STARFORM CORNBOROUGH
up in touch, good headway chasing leaders and led
approaching 3 out, clear when hit last, kept on well, won at Wetherby
2m (3) gd in Nov beating Golden Jeffrey (10-10) by 3 1/2l, 7 ran. Spirit
Of Kayf 33-1 (10-12) Jumped left at times, always last, lost touch
before 3 out, last of 5, 43l behind Ballymoy (11-7) at Haydock
2m 3f hcp hdl (2) hvy in Dec. Deepsand 7-1 (10-9) Held up in 5th,
pushed along after 3 out, went 4th before next, staying on same pace
when left 3rd last, 3rd of 6, 7l behind Caius Marcius (11-9) at Perth 2m
hcp hdl 0-130 (3) gd in May ‘17.
STARFORM: CORNBOROUGH DANGER: Spirit Of Kayf
OPEN NH FLAT RACE
3.45 INTERMEDIATE
Class 5 2m
(10 runners)
£2,274
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
31 CORRIEBEN REIVER (26)(D,S) A Whillans 5 11 12.....D Irving (3) 91
1 HONOURARY GIFT (79)(G) J Ewart 6 11 12...Steven Fox (5) 91
16 RIBBLE VALLEY (51)(CD,G) N Richards 6 11 12 .....B Hughes ★99
CRUMBS Miss L Russell 5 11 5 ................................... Derek Fox 82
6-0 EVEQUE (247) Mrs J Walton 5 11 5 .............. Sam Coltherd (5) 80
GRACEMEADOW(T*) J McConnell (IRE) 5 11 5 ......... S Bowen 83
GREEBA C Grant 5 11 5 .................................................S Quinlan 80
LARGY PERK S Crawford (IRE) 5 11 5 ...................... J J Slevin 86
2 MILVALE (248) A M Thomson 5 11 5.....Rachel McDonald (5) 81
L BALLELA’S DREAM (82)(T) J E Dixon 5 10 12 Mr J Dixon (7) 82
Star Betting: — 15-8 Ribble Valley, 4 Honourary Gift, 6 Corrieben
Reiver, Largy Perk, 8 Crumbs, 10 Gracemeadow, 12 others.
STARFORM RIBBLE VALLEY 8-1 (11-0) Keen early, held up
in touch, outpaced over 2f out, never able to
challenge, weakened final furlong, 6th of 9, 11l behind Master
Debonair (11-0) at Cheltenham 2m Listed NH flat (1) gd in Nov.
Honourary Gift 11-8fav (10-12) Held up in rear, headway over 3f
out, chased leaders over 2f out, left in 2nd well inside final furlong,
stayed on strongly to lead close home, won at Sedgefield 2m 1f NH
flat (5) gd in Oct beating Risk And Co (10-12) by 1l, 8 ran.
Corrieben Reiver 20-1 (10-11) Tracked leaders, driven over 3f out,
ridden to lead inside final 2f, clear inside final furlong, stayed on
well, won at Newcastle 2m NH flat (5) gs in Dec beating All Hail
Caesar (10-9) by 2 1/2l, 14 ran.
STARFORM: RIBBLE VALLEY DANGER: Corrieben Reiver
WINNERS AND PRICES
CHEPSTOW
1.05: 1, LOVE LANE (Jason
Dixon 4-1 jtfav); 2, Empreinte
Reconce (9-2); 3, Field Exhibition
(5-1). 4-1 jtfav Queen’s Magic. 5l,
11/4l. 10 ran. Henry Oliver. Tote:
£5.10; pl £1.30, £2.40, £2.30.
Exacta: £31.00. Tricast: £93.54.
Trifecta: £163.80. CSF: £23.49. NR:
Impulsive Leader.
1.40: 1, MELCHIOR KING (R
Johnson 5-1); 2, Saint De Vassy
(7-1); 3, Fair Kate (16-1). 0-0 fav
Sevarano. 2l, 11/4l. 14 ran. P
Hobbs. Tote: £7.90; pl £1.80, £1.70,
£3.30. Exacta: £51.20. Trifecta:
£221.30. CSF: £41.94. NR: Cobra
Commander, Oscar Maguire.
2.10: 1, TOP AND DROP (C
Deutsch 4-1); 2, Definately Vinnie
(20-1); 3, Sandhurst Lad (5-2 fav).
3/4l, hd. 14 ran. Miss V Williams.
Tote: £4.90; pl £1.90, £7.30, £1.50.
Exacta: £129.30. Tricast: £248.31.
Trifecta: £596.80. CSF: £87.57. NR:
The Boom Is Back.
2.40: 1, DASHEL DRASHER (M
Griffiths 5-6 fav); 2, Tarada (11-2);
3, Walk In The Mill (7-2). 6l, 9l. 11
ran. J Scott. Tote: £1.60; pl £1.10,
£2.00, £1.40. Exacta: £7.60.
Trifecta: £18.70. CSF: £6.40. NR:
Clondaw Anchor, Dickie Diver.
3.15: 1, DOC CARVER (J
McGrath 2-1); 2, Air De Rock (15-8
fav); 3, Paddy’s Poem (12-1). shd,
18l. 7 ran. Henry Oliver. Tote:
£3.20; pl £2.10, £1.10. Exacta:
£11.00. Trifecta: £57.40. CSF:
£6.58.
3.50: 1, CLOUDY GLEN (H
Nugent 10-11 fav); 2, Carrigmoorna
Matt (9-1); 3, Mead Vale (14-1).
1/2l, nk. 12 ran. Miss V Williams.
2
Tote: £1.90; pl £1.20, £1.80, £3.10.
Exacta: £12.60. Tricast: £80.23.
Trifecta: £62.50. CSF: £10.52. NR:
Friday Night Light, William B.
JACKPOT: £10,000.00
QUADPOT: £3.80
PLACEPOT: £56.50
MUSSELBURGH
12.50: 1, ONTOPOFTHEWORLD
(S Bowen 2-7 fav); 2, Chain Of
Beacons (11-4); 17l. 2 ran. P
Bowen. Tote: £1.50;
1.25: 1, INDIAN OPERA (Ross
Chapman 11-8); 2, Real Armani
(40-1); 3, Nefyn Point (evens fav).
35l, 3/4l. 5 ran. I Jardine. Tote:
£1.80; pl £1.40, £9.80. Exacta:
£46.80. Trifecta: £65.90. CSF:
£26.40.
1.55: 1, HENRY’S JOY (B
Hughes 9-4); 2, Benny’s Secret
(7-1); 3, Cool Valley (12-1). 7-4 fav
Fortunes Hiding. shd, 2l. 6 ran. D
McCain. Tote: £2.10; pl £1.20,
£2.60. Exacta: £12.20. Trifecta:
£68.80. CSF: £16.01.
2.25: 1, WOT A SHOT (R Day
7-2 fav); 2, Life Knowledge (13-2);
3, Sarvi (4-1). 11/4l, 1/2l. 13 ran. N
Richards. Tote: £4.00; pl £2.10,
£2.20, £1.50. Exacta: £25.70.
Tricast: £93.86. Trifecta: £106.10.
CSF: £24.38.
3.00: 1, BALLYNANTY (Lucy
Alexander 3-1 jtfav); 2, Rainy City
(4-1); 3, Fly Vinnie (5-1). 3-1 jtfav
Ballycrystal Court. 41/2l, 21/4l. 7
ran. N Alexander. Tote: £4.40; pl
£2.20, £2.20. Exacta: £16.50.
Trifecta: £45.80. CSF: £15.41.
3.35: 1, ALRIGHT SUNSHINE
(B Hughes 0-0 fav); 2, Malystic
(6-1); 3, Kaizer (25-1). 9l, 41/2l. 4
ran. K Dalgleish. Tote: £1.20;
Exacta: £2.70. Trifecta: £7.00. CSF:
£2.44.
QUADPOT: £7.40
PLACEPOT: £35.10
WOLVERHAMPTON
4.15: 1, TACEEC (C McGovern
7-2); 2, Dodgy Bob (7-1); 3, Classy
Cailin (25-1). 3-1 fav Piper Bomb.
3/4l, nk. 12 ran. A McGuinness.
Tote: £3.00; pl £1.40, £2.90, £6.50.
Exacta: £32.10. Tricast: £539.91.
Trifecta: £575.70. CSF: £26.96.
4.45: 1, BLAME CULTURE (D
Probert 4-5 fav); 2, Followthesteps
(4-1); 3, Orient Express (7-1). 1/2l,
1/2l. 11 ran. G Margarson. Tote:
2
£1.60; pl £1.30, £1.40, £1.70.
Exacta: £4.70. Trifecta: £18.10.
CSF: £3.93.
5.15: 1, CAPTAIN RYAN (K
O’Neill 4-1); 2, Alaskan Bay (3-1
jtfav); 3, Storm Trooper (3-1 jtfav).
3/4l, hd. 11 ran. G Deacon. Tote:
£5.30; pl £1.70, £1.40, £1.50.
Exacta: £19.40. Tricast: £42.71.
Trifecta: £63.50. CSF: £16.06.
5.45: 1, GIVEN CHOICE (J
Mitchell evens fav); 2, Falcon
Cliffs (8-1); 3, Tidal Watch (3-1).
5l, 3l. 6 ran. S Crisford. Tote:
£1.50; pl £1.30, £3.70. Exacta:
£7.60. Trifecta: £16.60. CSF:
£9.76.
6.15: 1, BOLLIHOPE (R Havlin
5-1); 2, False Id (8-1); 3, Arrowzone
(5-1). 4-1 fav Champagne Rules.
5l, 3/4l. 12 ran. S L Keightley. Tote:
£6.30; pl £2.10, £2.60, £1.80.
Exacta: £56.00. Tricast: £212.66.
Trifecta: £249.90. CSF: £42.23.
NR: Pike Corner Cross.
6.45: 1, HATHAL (Nicola Currie
6-4 fav); 2, Goring (13-8); 3,
Michele Strogoff (6-1). 23/4l, 1/2l. 6
ran. J Osborne. Tote: £2.10; pl
£1.10, £1.30. Exacta: £3.70.
Trifecta: £5.40. CSF: £3.65.
7.15: 1, HERMOCRATES (Rossa
Ryan 5-2 fav); 2, Navadir (5-1); 3,
Fenjal (4-1). hd, 21/4l. 9 ran. R
Hannon. Tote: £2.40; pl £1.10,
£2.80, £1.50. Exacta: £18.20.
Tricast: £47.54. CSF: £14.86. NR:
Adamantly.
7.45: 1, ZAFARANAH (Rob
Hornby, 7-4 fav); 2, Zoraya (7-2);
3, Elenora Delight (5-1). 10 ran.
QUADPOT: £3.70
PLACEPOT: £14.00
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
NEWCASTLE
JASON HEAVEY
Ajman Prince
Paparazzi
Mardle
Watchable
Set Piece
Encoded
Lorna Cole
Another Angel
STAR TIP
3.40
4.10
4.45
5.15
5.45
6.15
6.45
7.15
Loud And Clear
Squire
Woodside Wonder
Bengali Boys
Lilligram (nb)
Novabridge
Shug
Wiff Waff
STARFORM (Bangor) 2.15 COLLOONEY (nb), 3.25 TWO FOR
GOLD (nap), (Ayr) 3.45 RIBBLE VALLEY (treble)
CLOCKFORM PAPARAZZI 5 pts win
GOING: STANDARD TO SLOW
JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
3.40
BETWAY LIVE CASINO HANDICAP
Class 5
2m
(6 runners)
£4,140
1
2
3
4
5
6
(4) 304- AJMAN PRINCE (20)(C2,A) A Whillans 6 9 10..P J McDonald 96
(6) 231- LOUD AND CLEAR (20)(CD,C,A) J Goldie 8 9 10 ..P Dennis (3) ★99
(5) 012- LOPES DANCER (20)(C2,A,S) Harriet Bethell 7 9 6 ..A Rawlinson 96
(2) 342- RIVER GLADES (189)(BF,S) T Tate 4 9 4 ......J P Sullivan 93
(3) 230- ARCHIVE (20)(G) B Ellison 9 9 4 ............ Ben Robinson (3) 89
(1) 65L- RIVER DART (J57)(G) A Carroll 7 9 2 ................. R Winston 89
Star Betting: — 9-4 Loud And Clear, 11-4 Lopes Dancer, 4 River
Glades, 9-2 Ajman Prince, 10 Archive, 12 River Dart.
2018: Mambo Dancer 4 8 9, J Fanning 3-1 (M Johnston), drawn (6),
7 ran.
AND CLEAR 8-1 (9-0) Held up, switched
STARFORM LOUD
right and headway over 2f out, switched left well
over 1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, led towards finish,
won at Newcastle 1m 4f hcp 0-85 (4) in Dec beating Lopes Dancer
(9-1) by 1l, 12 ran. Lopes Dancer 10-1 (9-1) Tracked leader, led
over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, stayed on, headed towards finish,
2nd of 12, 1l behind Loud And Clear (9-0) at Newcastle 1m 4f hcp
0-85 (4) in Dec. River Glades 9-4fav (9-1) Soon led, headed and
edged left 2f out, kept on inside final furlong, no impression on winner, 2nd of 7, 3/4l behind Ingleby Hollow (10-2) at Hamilton 1m 5f
hcp 0-75 (5) gf in Jul. Ajman Prince 7-2 (9-9) Tracked leaders on
inside, ridden over 2f out, stayed on same pace final furlong, 4th of
12, 6l behind Loud And Clear (9-0) at Newcastle 1m 4f hcp 0-85 (4)
in Dec. Archive 10-1 (8-12) Led, headed over 2f out, lost place over
1f out, 9th of 12, 14l behind Loud And Clear (9-0) at Newcastle 1m
4f hcp 0-85 (4) in Dec.
STARFORM: LOUD AND CLEAR DANGER: River Glades
4.10
SUNRACING.CO.UK HANDICAP
Class 6
1m
(14 runners)
£3,493
1 (1) 00-1 PAPARAZZI (6)(CD,D,A) Miss T Waggott 4 9 12(6ex)
P J McDonald ★99
2 (6) 460- PRANCING OSCAR (88)(A,G)(P) B Haslam 5 9 7 A Mullen 88
3 (14) 36P- SERVO (151)(CD,A) Miss L Siddall 5 9 6 ......... C Rodriguez 84
4 (8) L20- MILITARY MADAME (91)(D,G) J J Quinn 4 9 5 ........J Hart 91
5 (7) 526- SOMEWHERE SECRET (20)(S)(P) M Mullineaux 5 9 5
J P Sullivan 94
6 (12) 144- SILVERTURNSTOGOLD (49)(D,A) A Carroll 4 9 4F Norton 96
7 (13) 204- CORKED (20)(A) A Whillans 6 9 3 ........................D Costello 97
8 (9) L00- VALENTINO BOY (20)(D,S) Harriet Bethell 5 9 3 . A Rawlinson 88
9 (11) 303- TRAVELLER (34)(A)(T) A Brittain 5 9 3 .................C Hardie 95
10 (3) 441- SQUIRE (59)(D3,A,G)(P,T) Mrs M Fife 8 9 3 ..........L Morris 93
11 (4) 060- KINGOFMERROWS (19)(P) Mrs K Tutty 5 9 2 ............C Lee 89
12 (2) 160- KING OSWALD (13)(BF,CD,D,A,G)(P,T) J Unett 6 9 2 L Jones 90
13(10) 00L- COSMIC RAY (66)(D5,A,G,S)(H) J L Eyre 7 9 0 J Fanning 91
14 (5) 055- DON’T BE SURPRISED (54)(P*) Seb Spencer 4 8 13
Ben Robinson (3) 89
Star Betting: — 11-4 Paparazzi, 11-2 Squire, 7 Silverturnstogold, 8
Traveller, 10 Corked, 12 King Oswald, Somewhere Secret, 14 Don’t Be
Surprised, Prancing Oscar, 16 others.
2018: No corresponding race.
SILVERTURNSTOGOLD 13-2 (9-6) Mid-division,
STARFORM headway
chasing leaders over 2f out, ridden and
every chance inside final furlong, kept on, lost 3rd towards finish, 4th
of 12, 1 3/4l behind Cuttin’ Edge (9-12) at Lingfield 1m app hcp (6) pol
in Nov. Paparazzi 12-1 (9-0) Dwelt, in touch in rear, headway over 2f
out, led over 1f out, soon ridden, clear inside final furlong, ran on, readily, won at Newcastle 1m hcap 0-70 (5) beating Zodiakos (8-10) by 4
1/2l, 8 ran. Squire 7-2fav (9-2) Tracked leader, led 2f out, edged left
inside final furlong, driven out, won at Chelmsford City 1m hcp 0-60 (6)
pol in Nov beating Classic Charm (9-1) by 3/4l, 8 ran. Traveller 8-1
(9-4) Chased leaders, effort over 2f out, went 3rd entering final furlong,
kept on, 3rd of 12, 2l behind Ascot Week (9-5) at Newcastle 1m hcp
(0-65) (6) in Dec. Corked 40-1 (8-8) Tracked leader, ridden to lead over
1f out, headed inside final furlong, no extra, 4th of 13, 2l behind
Merweb (9-3) at Newcastle 1m hcp 0-75 (5) in Dec. King Oswald
7-2fav (9-7) Held up towards rear, some headway final furlong, never
dangerous, 7th of 11, 5l behind False Id (9-2) at Wolverhampton 1m 1f
hcp 0-60 (6) in Dec.
STARFORM: SILVERTURNSTOGOLD
DANGER: King Oswald
BANGOR
JASON HEAVEY
Cracking Destiny
Voie Dans Voie
Collooney (nap)
Transpennine Star
Two For Gold
Frenchy Du Large
STAR TIP
1.10
1.40
2.15
2.50
3.25
3.55
Urbanist
Steps And Stairs
(nap)
Just Rocky
Treasure Dillon
Trio For Rio
GOING: GOOD TO SOFT-SOFT IN PLACES
PLACEPOT FIRST SIX RACES
1.10
BUDWEISER NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE
Class 4 (15 fences) 2m 4f (15 runners) £4,614
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
2P55 GONE PLATINUM (22)(G)(T) D Rees 10 12 2 ..L Williams (5) 89
14L6 AGAINN DUL AGHAIDH (18)(G) A Jones 8 11 12 .B J Powell 83
P-40 JOHNNY OCEAN (28) K Bailey 7 11 11 ..........................D Bass 90
-L03 CRACKING DESTINY (44) I Williams 6 11 10 ........T J O’Brien 98
LL00 GOODTHYNEAWAY (38)(T*) D Skelton 6 11 9 .....DOUBTFUL 83
-442 URBANIST (22)(BF) Dr R Newland 7 11 8 .. S Twiston-Davies ★99
4-LP OVERTHEEDGE (27)(S) S G West 10 11 2 ............... J Kington 88
343U MOUNTAIN CHIMES (8) Henry Oliver 7 11 0 ............... L Heard 88
-640 PICKNICK PARK (13)(P*) N Kent 7 10 10 .... C Hammond (5) 95
/L5- SNOW RESCUE (439)(T) T R Gretton 7 10 9........... R T Dunne 89
331L SHININSTAR (13)(D,S) J Groucott 10 10 7 Miss L Brooke (7) 84
LP/P BRINGEWOOD BLUE (208) J Needham 12 10 7 . James Best 78
634P HANDS OF STONE (25) E Williams 7 10 6 ................. A Wedge 94
-443 SCARTARE (35)(BF) Mrs R Gasson 8 10 6 ................... B Poste 92
L-P1 IS LOVE ALIVE (13)(S)(B,T) A Wintle 10 10 1 Sean Houlihan (3) 94
Star Betting: — 5-2 Urbanist, 6 Cracking Destiny, 8 Is Love Alive,
Mountain Chimes, Hands Of Stone, 10 Scartare, Shininstar, Gone
Platinum, 14 others.
2018: Pinch Of Ginger 7 11 6, B Hughes 4-1 (D McCain), 9 ran.
STARFORM: URBANIST DANGER: Cracking Destiny
1.40
BOSCABET BETTING HANDICAP CHASE
Class 4 (18 fences) 3m (7 runners) £4,614
1 0-1L RHAEGAR (42)(D,G,S) K Bailey 8 12 0.....................R Johnson 97
2 P-LP LOUSE TALK (31)(S) C Longsdon 7 12 0 ...... Jonathan Burke 89
3 -54F VOIE DANS VOIE (8)(V) A King 6 11 12 ........... W Hutchinson 92
4 1-5L HOLDBACKTHERIVER (31)(S) E Williams 7 11 12 ... A Wedge 92
5 11-L GETTYSBURG ADDRESS (21)(G,S)(B) Dr R Newland 8 11 11
S Twiston-Davies 94
6 1-23 STEPS AND STAIRS (34)(D2,G,S) Henry Oliver 9 11 11.. J McGrath ★99
7 114F IRISH OCTAVE (60)(CD,D2,G,S)(P) Mrs R Gasson 9 10 13 . B Poste 92
Star Betting: — 11-4 Steps And Stairs, 7-2 Voie Dans Voie, 5
Rhaegar, Gettysburg Address, 7 Irish Octave, 8 Others.
2018: Vice Et Vertu 9 11 4, P Brennan 6-1 (H Daly), 7 ran.
STARFORM: RHAEGAR DANGER: Steps And Stairs
TRACKFACTS Left-Handed All-Weather Tapeta course, races
up to a mile will be run on the straight course. Stalls today
Straight Centre; 2m Inside.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Fahey 63 winners, (13.0%
strike rate), -£46.12, J Goldie 35, (11.5%), +£15.34, D O’Meara 32,
(9.8%), -£75.40, B Ellison 31, (9.3%), -£39.59, M Johnston 31,
(11.7%), -£78.51, J Gosden 28, (31.8%), -£4.50, K Burke 25,
(11.7%), +£22.70, Mrs R Carr 25, (11.7%), +£17.33.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) J Fanning 54 winners, (15.8%
strike rate), +£7.26, P J McDonald 48, (10.4%), -£9.00, L Morris
41, (14.1%), -£15.09, G Lee 35, (7.9%), +£16.00, A Mullen 29,
(7.9%), -£27.25, C Rodriguez 29, (20.6%), -£2.00, T Hamilton 27,
(8.1%), -£53.90, J P Sullivan 26, (8.4%), +£22.35.
ODDS BOOST HANDICAP
4.45 LADBROKES
Class 3 3YO 7f (5 runners) £11,027
1 (1) 113- WOODSIDE WONDER (9)(D2,A,G)(P) K Dalgleish 9 7
C Rodriguez 98
2 (3) 4L1- MARDLE (39)(CD,A) K Burke 9 0 ..................................C Lee 93
3 (5) 041- SEDUCTIVE MOMENT (8)(A,G) M Johnston 8 13(6ex)
J Fanning ★99
4 (4) 230- MATERIAL GIRL (18)(P) Richard Spencer 8 7 .......L Morris 90
5 (2) 223- ZIP (28)(BF) R Fahey 8 6 .......................................B McHugh 97
Star Betting: — 13-8 Seductive Moment, 5-2 Woodside Wonder, 5
Zip, Mardle, 8 Material Girl.
2018: Windsor Cross 8 8, B McHugh 7-2 (R Fahey), drawn (2), 5 ran.
MARDLE 40-1 (9-5) Chased leaders, led 2f out,
STARFORM clear
when hung right over 1f out, ran on well,
won at Newcastle 7f 2yo mdn stks (4) in Nov beating Fightwithme
(9-5) by 1 1/2l, 12 ran. Seductive Moment 5-4fav (9-7) Dwelt soon
tracked leader, led 2f out, ridden and ran on, won at Lingfield 1m
2yo hco 0-75 (5) pol in Dec beating Um Shama (8-8) by 2 1/4l, 4
ran. Woodside Wonder 9-4 (10-5) Dwelt, headway to track
leader after 1f, ridden and every chance inside final furlong,
not quicken towards finish, 3rd of 6, 1 1/4l behind K Club (9-11)
at Lingfield 6f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Dec. Zip 5-1fav (8-11)
Raced wide in touch, ridden and headway over 1f out, no
impression final furlong, 3rd of 12, 2l behind Absolutio (9-2) at
Southwell 7f 2yo nov stks (5) fbs in Dec.
STARFORM: MARDLE DANGER: Woodside Wonder
5.15
BETWAY SPRINT HANDICAP
Class 3
5f
(10 runners)
£11,321
1 (6) 054- ATLETICO (13)(CD,D,A,S) P Evans 7 9 11
Katherine Begley (7) 94
2 (9) L16- FOOLAAD (73)(C2,D7,A,G,S)(T) S Bowring 8 9 10L Keniry 96
3 (2) 313- EL HOMBRE (9)(BF,C,D,A,G) K Dalgleish 5 9 7
C Rodriguez ★99
4 (1) 612- OUTRAGE (32)(CD3,D4,A,G)(B) D Kubler 7 9 4 ..K O’Neill 96
5 (8) 26-2 WATCHABLE (7)(D,G)(P) D O’Meara 9 9 4 .........J Fanning 97
6 (5) 303- BOOM THE GROOM (134)(D5,A,G) A Carroll 8 9 3 .R Winston 91
7 (7) 130- DYNAMO WALT (18)(CD2,D11,A)(V) D Shaw 8 9 1..P Mathers 90
8 (10) 00L- BENGALI BOYS (39)(D2,G,S) R Fahey 4 8 13 T Hamilton 93
9 (4) 200- EQUITATION (88)(BF,G,S)(T*) S C Williams 5 8 9M Dwyer 92
10 (3) 551- PRIMO’S COMET (68)(CD,D2,A,G)(P) J Goldie 4 8 7
Phil Dennis (3) 93
Star Betting: — 4 Outrage, 9-2 El Hombre, 5 Watchable, 6 Boom The
Groom, 7 Primo’s Comet, 8 Foolaad, 10 Equitation, 14 others.
2018: Memories Galore 6 9 3, T Hamilton 4-1 (Roger Fell), drn (5), 7 ran.
HOMBRE 1-1fav (9-6) Tracked leaders, ridden
STARFORM EL
inside final furlong, not quicken towards finish, 3rd of
6, 1l behind Merhoob (9-3) at Lingfield 6f hcp 0-95 (3) pol in Dec.
Outrage 11-2 (9-6) Towards rear, headway over 1f out, driven and ran
on inside final furlong, took 2nd towards finish, not reach winner, 2nd of
9, 1 1/2l behind Exchequer (9-2) at Kempton 6f hcp 0-90 (3) pol in Dec.
Watchable 9-1 (9-7) With leaders, led well over 1f out, ridden and
headed inside final furlong, kept on, 2nd of 8, 1/2l behind Moonraker
(9-3) at Southwell 5f hcp (0-90) (3) fbs. Boom The Groom 9-2 (9-1) In
touch towards rear, headway and not clear run approaching final furlong,
ran on, not reach leaders, 3rd of 7, 1/2l behind Carlton Frankie (8-11) at
Epsom Downs 5f hcp 0-100 (2) sft in Aug.
STARFORM: EL HOMBRE DANGER: Outrage
NOVICE STAKES (PLUS 10)
5.45 LADBROKES
Class 4 3YO 1m
(7 runners) £6,728
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(2)
1- SET PIECE (27)(D,A) H Palmer 9 9 .........................L Morris ★99
(1)
SPARKLE IN HIS EYE W Haggas 9 2 ..................J Fanning 91
(4)
WILL OF IRON J Gosden 9 2 ....................................R Havlin 98
(6)
INITIAL APPROACH A Brown 8 11........ Ben Robinson (3) 81
(7)
4- LILLIGRAM (26) R Varian 8 11 ..............................J Mitchell 92
(3)
3- SILS MARIA (66) Mrs A Duffield 8 11 ......................F Norton 85
(5)
0- SOCIAL NETWORK (41) J Tate 8 11 ........... P J McDonald 88
Star Betting: — 2 Set Piece, 5-2 Will of Iron, 11-4 Sparkle In His Eye,
7 Lilligram, 14 Social Network, 20 Sils Maria, 50 Initial Approach.
2018: Three Weeks 9 8, J Fanning 6-4 (W Haggas), drawn (2), 3 ran.
STARFORM SET PIECE 11-10fav (9-2) Slowly into stride,
driven forward to chase leaders, hampered and
shuffled back after 1f, headway over 1f out, led inside final furlong,
ran on strongly, won at Kempton 1m 2yo nov stks (5) pol in
Dec beating Just The Man (9-2) by 1l, 14 ran. Will of Iron Invincible
Spirit colt out of Astronomy Domine. Sparkle In His Eye Sea
The Stars colt out of Nyarhini. Lilligram 33-1 (9-0) Soon outpaced
in rear, driven and headway under pressure over 1f out, stayed
on into 4th well inside final furlong, never threatened leaders, 4th
of 12, 12l behind Divine Image (9-0) at Chelmsford City 1m Fillies
Novice Stakes (2yo) (4) pol in Dec.
STARFORM: SET PIECE DANGER: Lilligram
2.15
‘NATIONAL HUNT’ NOVICES’ HURDLE
Class 4 (9 flights) 2m 1f (9 runners) £4,094
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2-12 COLLOONEY (22)(BF,G) Olly Murphy 5 11 2 .......... A Coleman ★99
-L54 EXTRA BALD (23) Richard Hobson 5 11 2 ...................... D Cook 87
6 GETAWAY MISSION (34) I Williams 5 11 2 ............T J O’Brien 82
43 JUST ROCKY (28) D Skelton 6 11 2 .......................... H Skelton 84
0-46 ON THE ROX (22)(A) E Williams 6 11 2 ...................... A Wedge 84
-224 OSCAR NOMINATION (33) G Hanmer 7 11 2 .... Jamie Moore 80
-4L6 SAM CHISOLM (9) S-J Davies 6 11 2...................B Godfrey (7) 79
66 PINK LEGEND (18) Miss V Williams 5 10 9 .............. C Deutsch 83
0L VEREINA (12) Oliver Greenall 4 10 0 ..........................D England 76
Star Betting: — 4-7 Collooney, 6 Just Rocky, 13-2 Pink Legend, 12
Extra Bald, 14 On The Rox, Getaway Mission, 33 Others.
2018: Fin And Game 6 11 12, B Hughes 11-8 Fav (D McCain), 13 ran.
1-2fav (11-6) Chased leaders,
STARFORM COLLOONEY
mistake 2nd, hampered 3 out, every chance
from next and throughout run in, no extra closing stages, 2nd of 12,
1/2l behind Brandon Castle (11-6) at Plumpton 2m nov hdl (4) sft in
Dec. Just Rocky 10-3 (11-0) Held up in rear, headway going well
on outside over 4f out, carried left over 2f out, soon switched right,
ridden and no impression on winner, stayed on same pace, 3rd of
10, 10l behind Get In The Queue (10-9) at Uttoxeter 2m NH flat (5)
sft in Dec.
STARFORM: COLLOONEY DANGER: Just Rocky
ARTOIS 4% HANDICAP HURDLE
2.50 STELLA
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 7f (10 runners) £4,094
1 1351 GARDINERS HILL (6)(G,S)(T) D Rees 9 11 10(7ex)
L Williams (5) 96
2 0LL0 VISERION (41)(G,S)(P) D McCain 7 11 8 ............Will Kennedy 84
3 3PLF MOSS ON THE MILL (41)(D2,G,S)(B) T R George 11 11 7
Mr N George (7) 94
4 2-03 TRANSPENNINE STAR (70)(P*) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 7
Jonjo O’Neill Jr. (5) ★99
5 -042 TREASURE DILLON (33) E Williams 5 11 6 ............... A Wedge 88
6 5023 SOME CAN DANCE (29) S Drinkwater 6 11 5 .......... P Brennan 97
7 -5P6 PADDYS RUNNER (34)(C,G,S)(B*) G McPherson 7 11 3
Kielan Woods 88
8 -306 IWILLDOIT (31) Sam Thomas 6 11 2 ......................... C Deutsch 91
9 U-1P DANSEUR DU LARGE (49)(S) P Gundry 6 11 0 ...Jonathan Burke 87
10 P4P0 CLASSIC TUNE (13)(S) Miss C Dyson 9 11 0............... L Heard 87
Star Betting: — 9-4 Gardiners Hill, 7-2 Transpennine Star, 11-2 Some
Can Dance, 6 Moss On The Mill, Treasure Dillon, 14 Viserion, 16 others.
2018: Tailor Tom 6 11 4, W Kennedy 8-1 (D McCain), 9 ran.
STARFORM GARDINERS HILL 6-1 (10-11) Held up towards
rear, headway 9th, went 2nd before last, stayed
on, led towards finish, won at Hereford 3m 1f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gs
beating Western Wave (11-8) by 2 1/4l, 10 ran. Transpennine Star
4-1 (11-0) Chased leaders, went 2nd before 3 out until approaching last, one pace in 3rd flat, 3rd of 7, 5l behind Solstice Star (11-7)
at Chepstow 3m hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Oct. Some Can Dance
9-2 (11-5) Chased leaders, hit 3 out, ridden to challenge next, soon
no impression, 3rd of 10, 16l behind Deebaj (11-5) at Lingfield 2m
3f hcp hdl 0-115 (4) hvy in Dec.
STARFORM: GARDINERS HILL DANGER: Treasure Dillon
6.15
1 (6)
2 (7)
3 (12)
4 (9)
BETWAY CASINO HANDICAP
Class 6
5f
(12 runners)
39
■
£3,493
DOC’S TONIC: Doc
Carver showed
great courage to win at
Chepstow yesterday
STEELRIVER (124)(A) M Herrington 9 9 7 ..................J Hart 89
CHERRY OAK (62)(CD,A) B Haslam 4 9 7 ..................G Lee ★99
ARCHIMEDES (5)(D6,A,F,G)(P,T) D C Griffiths 6 9 5 .R Winston 92
POPPY IN THE WIND (6)(CD2,D2,A,G,S)(V) A Brown 7 9 4
C Hardie 95
5 (2) 04-6 WINDFORPOWER (6)(CD5,D11,A0,G,S)(V) Miss T Waggott
9 9 0 B McHugh 92
6 (11) 30-0 STAR CRACKER (6)(CD,C,D3,A,S)(P) J Goldie 7 8 12
P J McDonald 92
7 (4) 00-1 ENCODED (6)(CD,A) Miss L Siddall 6 8 12(6ex) ...J Fanning 93
8 (8) 40-0 FUEL INJECTION (6)(CD,D3,A,G)(P) Mrs R Carr 8 8 11
J P Sullivan 88
9 (5) 644- AMAZING AMAYA (130)(H) D Shaw 4 8 10 ...... P Mathers 94
10 (1) 50-2 NOVABRIDGE (6)(CD4,D11,A,G,S)(B) Mrs K Tutty 11 8 8
Phil Dennis (3) 96
11(10) /00- SIR WALTER (18) E Alston 4 8 7.........Rachel Richardson 79
12 (3) 000- ARGON (19)(P) N Wilson 4 8 7 ................................A Mullen 87
LONG HANDICAP: Sir Walter 8-6, Argon 8-6.
Star Betting: — 4 Poppy In The Wind, 5 Cherry Oak, 6 Encoded, 7
Novabridge, Amazing Amaya, 8 Windforpower, 10 Star Cracker, 12
Archimedes, 14 others.
2018: No corresponding race.
4L533554-6
50-3
IN THE WIND 5-1 (9-7) Behind and
STARFORM POPPY
outpaced, ridden 2f out, headway under pressure over 1f out, stayed on well inside final furlong, went 3rd
towards finish, never reached front pair, 3rd of 10, 1 3/4l behind
Encoded (8-9) at Newcastle 5f hcp 0-60 (6). Cherry Oak 6-1 (8-12)
Towards rear, ridden over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, 5th of
10, 4 1/2l behind Casterbridge (9-7) at Newcastle 5f hcp 0-70 (5) in
Nov. Encoded 9-1 (8-9) Held up behind, headway 2f out, ridden to
chase clear leader 1f out, ran on inside final furlong, led final
strides, won at Newcastle 5f hcp 0-60 (6) beating Novabridge (8-8)
by nk, 10 ran.
STARFORM: STAR CRACKER DANGER: Cherry Oak
ODDS BOOST NOVICE STKS
6.45 LADBROKES
Class 5 3YO 5f (6 runners) £4,140
1
2
3
4
5
6
(2) 12- LORNA COLE (38)(D,A) W Muir 9 4 .......................M Dwyer ★99
(3) L4- KYLLACHY WARRIOR (18) L Mullaney 9 2Phil Dennis (3) 89
(5)
OLYMPIC SPIRIT T D Barron 9 2 .................. P J McDonald 85
(4)
6- SHUG (34) Ed Walker 9 2 ...........................................L Keniry 94
(6) 0LL- WHITE IVERSON (19)(B) Richard Spencer 9 2 ......L Morris 86
(1) 64- CHILLON CASTLE (10) D O’Meara 8 11 ..C McGovern (3) 88
Star Betting: — 10-11 Lorna Cole, 11-2 White Iverson, 6 Kyllachy
Warrior, 7 Shug, 8 Olympic Spirit, 14 Chillon Castle.
2018: No corresponding race.
COLE 9-4 (9-4) Tracked winner, every
STARFORM LORNA
chance throughout final furlong, no extra towards
finish, 2nd of 8, nk behind Vee Man Ten (9-2) at Wolverhampton 5f 2yo
nov stks (5) in Dec. White Iverson 8-1 (9-5) Tracked leading pair, ridden 3f out, weakened 2f out, eased final furlong, last of 8, 22l behind
Lads Order (9-2) at Southwell 6f 2yo hco 0-75 (5) fbs in Dec. Kyllachy
Warrior 66-1 (8-13) Led, ridden over 1f out, headed inside final furlong,
weakened well inside final furlong, 4th of 10, 3 1/2l behind Evasive
Power (9-6) at Wolverhampton 6f 2yo nov stks (5) in Dec. Shug 16-1
(9-2) Slowly away towards rear, effort entering final 2f, no impression
final furlong, 6th of 9, 5l behind James Street (10-2) at Kempton 6f 2yo
nov stks (5) pol in Dec.
STARFORM: LORNA COLE DANGER: Kyllachy Warrior
7.15
1 (1)
2 (10)
3 (2)
4 (6)
BETWAY SPRINT HANDICAP
Class 5
5f
(10 runners)
£4,140
LAUBALI (11)(D,A)(P) D O’Meara 4 9 8 ...............J Fanning 94
CASTERBRIDGE (10)(CD3,D4,A,S)(P) E Alston 7 9 7 ...J Hart 98
WIFF WAFF (41)(CD2,D,A,G) S C Williams 4 9 6 P J McDonald ★99
LORD OF THE GLEN (29)(CD3,A)(B) J Goldie 4 9 4
Phil Dennis (3) 89
5 (5) 0L0- JAN VAN HOOF (41)(D2,A,G)(H) M Herrington 8 9 4
B McHugh 87
6 (9) 235- PEA SHOOTER (41)(CD,D5,A,G) B Ellison 10 9 3 ..C Rodriguez 94
7 (3) 205- MIRACLE WORKS (25) Ed Walker 4 9 2 .................L Keniry 92
8 (8) 212- ANOTHER ANGEL (24)(BF,CD3,A) A Brittain 5 9 1 . C Hardie 97
9 (7) 22-2 FIRST EXCEL (5)(C,A)(B) S Bowring 7 8 12 .......E J Walsh 93
10 (4) 6L-0 FINK HILL (5)(D,A)(P*) Richard Spencer 4 8 9 ......L Morris 89
Star Betting: — 4 Wiff Waff, 9-2 Casterbridge, 5 Laubali, 6 First Excel,
Another Angel, 10 Lord Of The Glen, Pea Shooter, 12 Miracle Works, 14
others.
2018: No corresponding race.
0143133L2035-
STARFORM WIFF WAFF 14-1 (9-4) Unruly stalls, held up,
headway and switched left over 1f out, ridden
to lead inside final furlong, headed towards finish, 2nd of 14, 3/4l
behind Manshood (9-4) at Newcastle 5f hcp 0-75 (5) in Nov.
Casterbridge 10-1 (9-3) Tracked leader, ridden over 1f out,
driven and unable to quicken towards finish, 3rd of 12, 1/2l
behind Classic Pursuit (9-7) at Southwell 5f hcp 0-80 (4) fbs in
Dec. Laubali 5-1 (9-8) Towards rear, headway on inner entering
final furlong, ran on, 4th of 10, 3 1/2l behind Tan (9-7) at Lingfield
6f hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Dec. Another Angel 5-4fav (9-12) Held up
in mid-division, pushed along over 2f out, headway over 1f out,
ran on to take 2nd near finish, no chance with winner, 2nd of 13,
3 1/2l behind Astraea (8-9) at Newcastle 5f hcp (0-65) (6) in
Dec. First Excel 9-2 (9-5) Taken to post early, prominent, ridden
halfway, led approaching final furlong, headed final strides, 2nd
of 9, shd behind The Golden Cue (8-10) at Southwell 6f hcp
0-65 (6) fbs.
STARFORM: WIFF WAFF DANGER: Miracle Works
TRACKFACTS Left-hand round course of one mile four furlongs
with a 325yds run-in. Nine quite easy fences and six hurdles per
circuit. Relatively flat with minor undulations, ideal for front runners.
TOP TRAINERS (with runners) D McCain 66 winners, (20.3%
strike rate), -£24.50, D Skelton 25, (24.0%), -£3.67, A King 19,
(27.5%), +£1.75, Jonjo O’Neill 13, (12.5%), +£11.75.
TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) W Kennedy 24 winners, (18.6%
strike rate), -£8.00, H Skelton 22, (27.2%), -£2.67.
NOVICES’ HURDLE
3.25 BANGOR-ON-DEE
Class 4 (12 flights) 2m 7f (6 runners) £4,094
1 0-31 KNOW THE SCORE (27)(S) D Pipe 6 11 5 ........... D G Noonan 90
2 1315 TRIO FOR RIO (32)(CD,S)(P*) W Greatrex 6 11 5 .R Johnson 91
3 1-41 TWO FOR GOLD (31)(G,S) K Bailey 6 11 5 ....................D Bass ★99
4
0-5 BALLYELLIS (96) N Twiston-Davies 6 10 12 Mr J A Anderson (10) 81
5 P3-4 MON GARCON FRANKIE (247) S Flook 7 10 12 . M Kendrick (5) 72
6 /3-0 SAVE THE PENNIES (31) J G Cann 8 10 5..........N Scholfield 82
Star Betting: — 11-8 Two For Gold, 9-4 Trio For Rio, 5-2 Know The
Score, 10 Ballyellis, 66 Mon Garcon Frankie, Save The Pennies.
2018: Samuel Jackson 6 11 5, M G Nolan 11-4 (R Mitford-Slade), 5 ran.
FOR GOLD 4-6fav (10-12) Keen led 2nd,
STARFORM TWO
ridden and clear approaching last, eased close
home, won at Wetherby 2m 5f nh nov hdl (4) sft in Dec beating
Thelongwayaround (10-12) by 7l, 11 ran. Trio For Rio 14-1 (11-0)
Tracked leaders, lost place after 3rd, outpaced 3 out, never on
terms, weakened next, 5th of 10, 29l behind Alsa Mix (10-7) at
Sandown 2m 4f nov hdl G2 (1) hvy in Dec. Know The Score 4-9fav
(11-0) Chased leaders, 2nd 3 out, led before last, stayed on well (2
hurdles omitted), won at Hexham 2m 4f mdn hdl (4) sft in Dec beating Al Destoor (11-0) by 8l, 8 ran. Ballyellis 7-1 (11-0) Chased
leaders on outside, not fluent 5th, ridden after 3 out, weakened
before next, 5th of 8, 13l behind Trixster (11-0) at Warwick 2m 5f
mdn hdl (4) gd in Oct.
STARFORM: TWO FOR GOLD DANGER: Know The Score
STANDARD OPEN NH FLAT
3.55 BUDWEISER
Class 5 2m 1f (13 runners) £2,274
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1 EL KALDOUN (42)(A) N Henderson 5 11 12 ..........N Curtis (3) 97
22 BALLETICON (62) K Bailey 5 11 5 ...................................D Bass 98
L- BATTLEBRAVE (425) J Groucott 6 11 5........................A Johns 73
BATTLETANK J Groucott 6 11 5 ..................................... L Heard 69
2- CATCH THE SWALLOWS (296) D Pipe 5 11 5 ... D G Noonan 83
IFYOUCANSEEMENOW B Pauling 5 11 5 .........N De Boinville 79
2-55 JIMMI CHEW (29) A Hales 6 11 5 ........Mr B Brackenbury (7) 86
-F55 KNOCKNAGOSHEL (220) G Hanmer 6 11 5 ...... Jamie Moore 77
0 SEYMOUR SOX (34) A Ralph 5 11 5.........................L Edwards 82
6-02 TIMEFORASPIN (25) B Eckley 5 11 5.........................J Quinlan 84
AURELLO W Greatrex 5 10 12 .....................................R Johnson 86
00 HIGHLAND WAY (34)(T*) S Flook 5 10 12 ......M Kendrick (5) 68
2 FRENCHY DU LARGE (40) Miss V Williams 4 10 7 R T Dunne ★99
Star Betting: — 11-4 Balleticon, 7-2 El Kaldoun, 4 Frenchy Du Large,
6 Aurello, 13-2 Catch The Swallows, 10 Ifyoucanseemenow, 12
Timeforaspin, 16 Jimmi Chew, 50 others.
2018: Before Midnight 5 11 5, N De Boinville Evens Fav (N
Henderson), 4 ran.
STARFORM: FRENCHY DU LARGE DANGER: El Kaldoun
CARVER
CUTS IT
RED-HOT Venetia
Williams made it seven
winners in seven days at
Chepstow yesterday.
But the trainer, who
struck with Top And
Drop and Cloudy Glen,
was denied a treble
when Doc Carver showed
great tenacity to deny
her Air De Rock.
The horse responded
bravely to the urgings of
Jerry McGrath.
Charlie Deutsch won
the novices’ handicap
chase on Top And Drop
in a tight finish as he
repelled a glut of rivals
on the run-in.
But
young
Hugh
Nugent had a steering
job on Cloudy Glen, who
made all the running
and won the two-mile
handicap hurdle with
his head in his chest.
Williams has struck
seven times in the past
■ by JASON HEAVEY
week including with
Houblon Des Obeaux
in the Veterans’ Chase
Final at Sandown last
Saturday.
She has two runners
today
at
Bangor
including the promising
Frenchy Du Large who
has a leading chance in
the concluding bumper.
Also at Chepstow,
Dashel Drasher was
an easy winner of the
Interbet.com Novices’
Hurdle and looks a horse
with a bright future.
Back in third was
Becher Chase winner
Walk In The Mill, who
was having his first ever
race over hurdles and
was not disgraced.
Robert
Walford
is
aiming the nine-year-old
at the Randox Health
Grand National.
Ruth’s Patiently
waiting for rain
WAITING PATIENTLY
could return to Kempton
on Saturday – the scene
of his unlucky tumble in
the King George VI Chase.
Trainer Ruth Jefferson
said he may run in the
32Red Casino Chase
over 2m 4f if the ground is
soft enough.
The eight-year-old won
his first six starts over
fences and was strongly
fancied for the King
George on Boxing Day.
But he was brought down
by Bristol De Mai.
Jefferson said: “We’ve
put him in the Listed race
on Saturday and it all
■ by JASON HEAVEY
depends on the ground.
There is a bit of rain
forecast but a bit of rain
might not be enough. We’ll
just have to wait and see.
“He’s fit and ready to go.
We’ve had no issues at all
since the King George.
“If he’d been brought
down and come back with
problems that would have
been a nightmare.”
Waiting Patiently is
one of 12 entries for
Saturday’s race. They also
include Charbel, Mister
Whitaker and Nicky
Henderson’s Top Notch.
40
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
UFC
■
CLASH OF TITANS:
Anderson Silva
wants to sign off with
UFC by facing Conor
McGegor (right)
SILVA
AFTER
A
BIG
MAC
Brazilian legend
eyes super fight
ANDERSON SILVA has
one more massive fight
in his sights before the
curtain comes down on
his amazing career.
The Brazilian legend is targeting
a super fight with Conor McGregor
as he enters the final stage of his
lengthy and hugely successful spell
in the UFC.
Silva has three bouts left on his
contract, the first of which is
against Israel Adesanya at UFC 234
in Melbourne on February 10.
He holds the record as the longest
reigning UFC champion in history,
having held the middleweight strap
for 2,457 days between 2006 and 2013.
Now he wants one more major
fight before he hangs up his gloves
and former lightweight and feath-
FOR FUN
scored both goals
AWho
for Huddersfield in the
2018-19 Premier League
win at Wolves?
How many points did
Owen Farrell score for
England in the 37-18 win
over the Wallabies at
Twickenham last November?
Who won the 2018
Champion of
Champions snooker
tournament?
How many players are
on each side in a
hockey team?
Which 17-year-old won
the Renault Clio Cup
International Finale at
Circuit Paul Ricard in 2018?
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Ferrari get
a tune up
■ FORMULA ONE
FERRARI technical
head Mattia Binotto has
replaced Maurizio
Arrivabene as team
boss after they failed to
win any titles last year.
The Italian giants won
six of the 21 races last
season, Sebastian Vettel
securing five victories.
But their challenge
quickly evaporated,
with Lewis Hamilton
winning the drivers’
championship and his
Mercedes team the
constructors’ crown.
Padraig to
take lead
■ GOLF
THE ULTIMATE
INSIDER
UFC with Kevin
evin Francis
rancis
erweight champion McGregor is
the one in his sights.
There would be a weight difference but 43-year-old Silva believes
that can be overcome with a catchweight bout at 180lbs.
He said: “A fight at 180lbs would
be good for me and good for
McGregor. My message to him is,
‘McGregor, come on – let’s do this.
Don’t run – are you scared?’.
“I am just waiting. I would love
UFC president Dana White to think
about it because it’s about two big
guys who are big legends.
“It would be a super fight. At this
point in my career, I believe that
the good challenge is such a super
fight. McGregor is a real challenge.
“He’s an amazing fighter and a
legend. It would be a great fight and
very interesting for our fans.”
But first up for Silva is 29-year-old
New Zealand-based Nigerian Adesanya, who has won all four of his
UFC contests.
All of those wins came last year, the
most recent a first-round stoppage
of Derek Brunson in November.
He has rocketed to No.6 in the
rankings and is relishing the
opportunity of locking horns with
‘The Spider’.
Adesanya said: “He’s the greatest
middleweight of all time.
“Yes, I’ll be going at it with Anderson Silva and I can tell you that I
am going to steal the show.”
SPORTWORD
ACROSS
1 and 16 Down. 1999-2001 Nottingham
Forest player-manager (5,5)
4. See 13 Down.
7. Bird on the crest of Sheffield
Wednesday FC (3)
8. Monica ....., 1996 Australian Open
singles tennis championship
winner (5)
9. Australian term for a googly in
cricket (5)
10 and 12 Down. 2005-07 Northern
Ireland winger whose clubs
included Hibs and Bristol City (4,7)
11. Derek ......, 1967-73 Millwall winger (6)
14. Karen ......, 1962 Wimbledon
singles tennis championship
winner (6)
15. Compartment housing a
greyhound (4)
18. See 17 Down.
20. Clarence ....., 1995-2004 Chile midfielder at Newcastle from 2000-03 (5)
21. ... Park, 1896-1998 Reading FC
home (3)
22. Anke ....., 1996 Australian Open
singles tennis championship
runner-up (5)
23. See 6 Down.
1.
PADRAIG Harrington
(above) is set to be
confirmed as Europe’s
captain for the 2020
Ryder Cup today.
Harrington has been a
vice-captain at the last
three Ryder Cups and
appeared in the contest
against the USA six
times as a player.
The Irishman, 47,
became the favourite
after Lee Westwood
indicated a preference
to do the job in 2022.
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INDIA skipper Virat
Kohli is aiming for even
bigger things after his
side clinched their first
series win in Australia.
A draw in the fourth
Test in Sydney gave the
tourists a 2-1 win after
71 years of trying.
Kohli said: “I see this
series as a stepping
stone for the next lot of
Test cricketers. We want
to build on this and
promote Test cricket.”
3
4
5
6
7
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Dilip ....., India Test cricketer; took
5-39 against England in Mumbai
in 1981 (5)
2. The ......., a nickname of Aston
Villa (7)
3. See 5 Down.
4. ...... Rovers, 2018-19 Scottish
League Two club managed by
Kevin Harper since November
2018 (6)
5 and 3 Down. Holland striker at
Sporting CP from 2016 (3,4)
6 and 23 Across. 1980 Olympic
men’s 800m gold medallist (5,5)
12. See 10 Across.
13 and 4 Across. First Pakistan
cricketer to 5000 Test runs,
against New Zealand in Lahore in
November 1984 (6,5)
14. Lennard ....., Hamilton and former
Hearts and Portsmouth defender
(5)
16. See 1 Across.
17 and 18 Across. 1968 Olympic
marathon gold medallist (4,5)
19. High shot in tennis (3)
Kohli hails
historic win
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41
BDO DARTS
I’ll win it
for my
tragic pal
ATTACKED: Ashmore
Shamed
fans are
banned
■ by JEREMY CROSS
NEW Chesterfield chief
executive Graham Bean
has wasted no time in
punishing supporters who
brought shame on the club
at the weekend.
The FA and Derbyshire
Police are investigating an
incident following
Saturday’s 3-3 draw
between Chesterfield and
Ebbsfleet in the National
League.
A group of fans invaded
the pitch to celebrate Will
Evans’s stoppage-time
equaliser.
But one of the fans
appeared to attack
Ebbsfleet goalkeeper
Nathan Ashmore.
GLEN VOW IN
TREBLE BID
Barred
■ by MIKE WALTERS
GLEN DURRANT will be
inspired by the memory of a
close friend who died on
Boxing Day when he launches
his bid for a Lakeside hat-trick
this evening.
Two-time BDO world darts champion
Durrant, who faces Mark McGrath, is
trying to emulate the late Eric Bristow’s
treble between 1984 and 1986.
Teessider Durrant, 48, admits he will
be chasing the ‘golden ticket’ of a Tour
card on the rival PDC circuit after taking
care of business at Frimley Green.
But if this proves to be his last campaign
at the Lakeside, it will be a tribute to
tragic pal Lee Beck, who died at
Christmas aged just 50.
Durrant said: “In many ways, Lee was
the guy I wanted to be. We grew up
together and he was a lad who was good
at everything he tried – he was a fantastic
billiards and snooker player.
“When I am on stage at the Lakeside,
he’ll be the person I’m thinking about.
He was one in a million – just a really
good guy.
“His funeral will be on January 14, just
after the world championship. Although
I’m not motivated by the money as such,
I’ll be trying to win as much as I can so I
can chip in towards the costs.” Durrant’s
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HIGH HOPES: Glen
Durrant celebrates
winning the title in 2017
and (inset) with the
trophy last year
conviction that he would prosper on the
big-money PDC circuit was reinforced by
his performance at the Grand Slam –
where players from both sides of the
great darts divide compete against each
other – last November.
Prosper
He said: “I was gutted to be eliminated
from the Grand Slam in the group phase
– only Michael van Gerwen and James
Wade had higher tournament averages
than me at that stage.
‘‘I was looking to make a statement that
I could prosper in the best company. I
haven’t just got one eye on joining the
PDC this year, I’m totally focused on it.
“In the last couple of years, there have
been around 200 entries at Q school for a
PDC Tour card. This year I’m told it will
be nearer 1,000, so I’m going to need a bit
of luck.
“It really is like Willy Wonka’s golden
ticket to the chocolate factory, and I’m
just one in a cast of hundreds chasing it.
“A third world title would be fantastic,
and I’ll be going all out to achieve that,
but I feel the time is right to test myself
on the PDC circuit.
“I know how hard it is to win back-to-
back world titles, and a hat-trick would
be incredible, but I feel the time is right
to broaden my horizons.”
Andy Hamilton, beaten 2012 finalist
at Ally Pally in the PDC final and
now trying to rekindle his career at
Lakeside, suffered a demoralising 3-0
defeat yesterday by Canadian qualifier
David Cameron.
‘The Hammer’ hit only three of 16 shots
at a double and chiselled out a lowly 83.53
three-dart average.
He said: “The last couple of years have
been hard for me and the darts weren’t
there today. But I’ll come back stronger.”
Now Bean, who took up
his role only last week, has
handed out banning orders
to three of them.
One has been given a
10-year ban, while two
others have been barred
from games for three years.
It is a clear message from
the club and Bean that
such behaviour will not
be tolerated.
Fans ran on to the pitch
at the end of the game with
one appearing to enter the
goal, where Ashmore was
lying on the ground.
There have also been
allegations that Ashmore
was racially abused.
The FA have launched an
investigation and the
Spireites could face a
points deduction.
The club sacked manager
Martin Allen last week and
are set to appoint John
Sheridan for his second
spell as boss.
Eagles
eye Eze
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Kenny so cagey
■ By BRADLEY GAINS
KENNY CARPENTER is hoping Glasgow Rocks can seize
their chance to make it to the BBL Cup Final.
The Rocks will defend an eight-point lead in Sunday’s
semi-final second leg having beaten Manchester Giants 85-77
away last month.
“We know we have a great opportunity to make it to the
finals,” said Carpenter (right). “It will be a tough game, but I
think if we can win the rebounding battle and stop them in
transition, we will put ourselves in position.”
Carpenter starred in the Rocks’ first win of
2019 after posting 21 points and 11 rebounds
in their 101-96 overtime victory over Cheshire
Phoenix to close the gap on the top eight.
London Lions await the winner in the final on
Sunday January 27.
Sheffield Hatters and Sevenoaks Suns meet
in the WBBL Cup decider in Birmingham.
Stewart’s got a new goal
NHL star Chris Stewart
has vowed to recapture
his goalscoring days to lift
Nottingham’s title bid.
Stewart, who made his
debut for the Panthers on
Saturday after a 15-season
career in the world’s top
league, said: “You want to
be counted on to score.
“In the later years I was
more leaned on for my
physical attributes more
than offensive production.
“But that’s a part of my
game that I’ve always
loved and I’ve always been
confident.” Stewart, who
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was on a £3.3m-a-year deal
at Buffalo Sabres only
four seasons ago, has
taken a massive wage cut
to join the Panthers.
The 31-year-old said:
“I’m going to be a catalyst
for this team. I’m going to
be leaned upon to produce
offensively, which I expect
from myself too – I know
what I’m capable of doing
on the ice.”
Stewart, who was
released by Calgary
Flames at the end of last
season, originally agreed
to play in the Russian
Kontinental Hockey
League but never caught
the plane from Canada.
He added: “It just didn’t
feel right, so I backed off
at the last second. The
only thing I am worried
about now is helping the
Panthers.”
CRYSTAL PALACE are keen
on snapping up QPR star
Ebere Eze to ease their
attacking woes.
The Eagles have scored
just 19 times in the Premier
League this term.
And they believe flair man
Eze, 20, fits the bill.
The England Under-20
striker has been virtually
ever present for Rangers
since returning from a loan
spell at Wycombe 12
months ago.
Bournemouth and Watford
are also among a number
of other clubs monitoring
the progress of Eze.
Palace missed out on the
signing of Liverpool striker
Dominic Solanke, who
joined Bournemouth
instead, while winger
Jason Puncheon has joined
Huddersfield on loan.
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DONE IT: Nigel Clough reacts after beating Boro
RICH MEN,
PAW MAN
NIGEL CLOUGH has a pace ace with a difference to
help take his mind off Burton’s mammoth clash with
Manchester City.
Clough’s League One outfit travel to the Etihad
tomorrow for the first leg of their Carabao Cup
semi-final clash.
The Brewers go into the biggest match in the club’s
history as massive underdogs against the holders,
who are 52 places above them in the league ladder.
And as Clough tries to mastermind one of the
biggest upsets of all time,
he has got a No.2 with a
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difference by his side.
Clough’s beloved pet
cannot worry about it.”
Vizsla Bobbie never
He firmly believes that
misses a day’s training
the two-legged semi-final
and can be relied on
format plays into the
for a rapid turn of pace.
hands of the big guns.
City boss Pep Guardiola
“They’ll see it as almost
may have Kyle Walker
a bye to the final,” he
but Burton have the
said. “Over one leg
dog walker.
there’s always a chance
you can do it.
Chance
“But over 180 minutes
The fleet-footed
it’s a different ball game,
Hungarian hunting dog
especially with the first
is never far from
one being at their place.
Clough’s side.
“I don’t know what
And the Burton
Pep’s thinking will be
manager joked: “Kyle
but I would imagine it
Walker might be fast but
will be to make the
he wouldn’t catch her.”
second leg irrelevant.
Clough certainly isn’t
“We’ve got to try and do
barking up the wrong
the opposite and retain a
tree as he gives his
glimmer of hope.”
carefully considered
Clough believes the
verdict on the size of the
club’s supporters will
task posed by Guardiola’s enjoy the ride, no matter
star-studded Premier
the outcome.
League champions.
“In some ways it’s a
“I think our yearly
blow we’re away first but
budget would do them for
we’ll sell out no matter
about one week,” he said.
what,” he added.
“We know one of their
“Our club and our
players is on as much
supporters are enjoying
money as our squad in
it just for the occasion.
the Championship.
“I don’t think we can
“That’s the gulf and it’s
seriously think we’ve got
going to be multiplied
a fighting chance of
several times against
making the final. Let’s
Manchester City. You
just see what happens.”
Phil’s City vow
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has signed a £30,000-aweek deal which will
keep him at City until
2024.
He scored his first goal
in front of home fans in
City’s 7-0 FA Cup rout of
Championship side
Rotherham on Sunday.
It was by no means a
classic strike, going in off
his knee, but he will get
another chance to
impress in the first leg of
City’s carabao Cup
semi-final with Burton
tomorrow.
“No matter how it went
in, it’s still a goal and it
meant a lot to me, having
grown up through the
academy,” added Foden.
“Scoring at the Etihad, in
front of our fans, is a big
moment.”
Meanwhile, after signing
for Real Diaz (right) last
night said: ‘‘It’s the
happiest day of my life.’’
CARABAO CUP: SEMI-FINALS
MY 20-YEAR
SPURS
DREAM
But Poch fears same
sorry end as Wenger
MAURICIO POCHETTINO wants to stay at Tottenham
for the next 20 years – but fears his reign could end
like that of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
The Argentine’s title chasers host Chelsea in the Carabao Cup semifinal first leg tonight.
But while the Blues backed Maurizio Sarri by agreeing a £58m deal
for Borussia Dortmund’s Christian Pulisic last week, Tottenham’s
net spend under Pochettino is around £30m – £250m less than their
London rivals.
Pochettino, constrained by the ■ by DARREN LEWIS
club’s £1bn new stadium, is having
to punch above his weight, just like operate in the same way as
Wenger (below) did at Arsenal.
we operated five years ago
And he has plenty of sympathy when we arrived.
for the Frenchman, given the way
“Maybe we can win
his 22-year spell as Gunners boss some titles but it’s going
came to an end.
to be a tough job to do
“All that Arsene Wenger gave for because every club in
Arsenal, to finish in the way it the last five years was
did was a little bit unfair,” said improving a lot.
Pochettino.
“I saw a stat about
“I’d hope, if I had the opportunity how teams were
to talk with him, to ask him, ‘Was it spending in Europe
worth it?’.
in the last 10 years
“I hope, or I wish, to be here 20 and we were botyears and decide to leave or to finish tom in England
my career here.
and Europe.
“We are doing
Honest
a fantastic job
“But I don’t know because, from but if we want
what I saw, it was so unfair how the to be real conpeople treated him and talked.”
tenders, we
Pochettino’s comments come with need to operSpurs chairman Daniel Levy set to ate
differfend off interest in him from ently in the
Manchester United and Real future.
Madrid this summer.
“When Daniel Levy called me he
The 46-year-old insists he has was clear, him and (owner) Joe
taken the north Londoners to Lewis.
“another level” in the league in the
“They said, ‘Mauricio, you need to
last five years but fears the transfer prepare and to help the club to
market spending has not matched arrive to the new stadium. When we
the club’s progress.
finish the new stadium, in the first
“I need to be honest,” he said. “I season on the new stadium, (we
want to win the Premier
need) to have a team to finish
League. The players,
in the top four in the
Jesus (Perez, assistseason after’.
ant manager), want
“We
are
in
to win the Premier
advance, no? That’s
League or Chamwhy I laugh when
pions League or
people say we
need to win a
a trophy.
“But if we
trophy.
want to win
‘‘Look how far
titles, we need to
we
are
in
operate in a
advance.
We
different way. At
have the ambithe moment we
tion to win.”
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GETTING HIS
KICKS:
Pochettino would
love to stay with the
club for a long time
TEAMS
SPURS (4-2-3-1):
Gazzaniga; Trippier,
Sanchez, Alderweireld,
Rose; Winks, Sissoko;
Eriksen, Alli, Son; Kane.
CHELSEA (4-3-3): Kepa;
Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Luiz,
Alonso; Kante, Jorginho,
Barkley; Willian, Morata,
Hazard.
Referee: Michael Oliver.
Kick-off: 8pm, Sky Sports
Main Event.
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TOUCH OF
CLASS: Dele
Alli’s header hits the
back of the net in
Spurs’ 3-1 win over
Chelsea at Wembley
To all you Carl
Frampton fans who
think your the best in the
world, not only did Josh
Warrington beat your man
but those Leeds boys were
twice as loud as well.
Tony of THFC
Goona manager should
B nicked 4 bottle
incident!! GRACEY Frm
The Lane
does everyone agree
txt sent in by gooner
forever 28th was actually
paul cook the lonley man
sitting at home at xmas with
no m8s mmmm. gtrp
City lose against
chelski, palace then
leicester after dominating all
three games, after the
chelski and leicester games
ended you would ad thought
they had won the league not
beat the champions the way
they jumped about.
Andy Stez ctid
CHELSEA 17/18 443m
record turnover 62m
profit. Yet loads of clueless
mugs think Roman still
funds CFC. Roman even
took 27m back dont blame
him for that. Roman should
be thanked he put millions
into other clubs who needed
the money at the time. He
stopped admin at west ham
buying Johnson and Cole
not long after arriving. Stick
your blue flag he saved whu
ungreatful mugs. CFC1
Clive Sweeney. The
armchair utd glory
hunter. Have you found Old
Trafford on the map yet?
You will never find St
James’ Park. You never go
anywhere. mal the claret
try the henderson
dance side side back
back point point like him. not
very good. big imp
If FFP is fair, why are
Birmingham being
treated worse than anybody
else? Can’t see they’ve
done much wrong!
THE JUDGE
Luckypools luck has
finally run out,
outplayed by City, should
have won by a lot more.
Hopefully the scousers will
stop dreaming of the
premier title that they just
can’t seem to win, just
haven’t got the bottle. The
eighties is a long time ago
guys when you were good,
you’ve won one trophy in
nine years and nothing with
Klopp, keep dreaming!!
PEP TALK
2 floyd the hammer! 2
answer ur questions 1)
it costs me NOWT in
fares2go2old trafford cos
ive NEVA been & 2) dito4a
season ticket! CLIVE
SWEENEY, BASILDON
to the morons txtin in
my name please stop
bein childish when my
bernie finds who you r big
trouble ps paul cook stop
txtin mash ya gimp ya not
even a manc ya muppet.
hilda
fair do’s to Tottenham
in the FA Cup at
Tranmere but it would have
helped the home side if they
hadn’t picked Billy Bunter at
centre back! GTS
iv realised over the last
12 months you should
just support your own team
and hate everyone else. so
many texts come in hating
city from jealous newcastle,
spurs and liverpool so
called fans. so as i keep
saying we are man city
champions and best team in
the world. just ask them
crying losers liverpool 2-1
ha ha ha. champions just
xcept it and live with it we
are here to stay 2-1
scousers ha ha ha ha.
Steve true blue
how come a manc
(anthony taylor) was
picked 2 ref the city v pool
game? every1wants city 2
win the prem jus cos
manchesters rich &
liverpools poor!
shaun, lfc
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more derbyy shame
WEMBLEY THUMPING
STILL HAUNTS BOSS
Chelsea’s Italian boss said his side
were caught cold in their 3-1 Premier
League drubbing by Tottenham at the
venue in November.
Sarri also admitted he had not fully
realised just what a bitter rivalry
there is between the two London
clubs.
Chelsea were three down after 54
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minutes, and it could and should have
been worse.
Loftus-Cheek, and has Pedro, Olivier
It signalled the end of an 18-game Giroud and Willian all facing late
unbeaten run and Sarri, who is 60 fitness tests, added: “The match was
tomorrow, said: “So I realised then strange – it was just after the internathat a match against Tottenham is a tional break and probably we did not
very important one.
arrive with the right mentality.
“I didn’t know the situation. But
Fault
now I know everything. I will be ready
“We need to play a different match.
and I hope the same for my players.
“I learned we need to approach the We spoke about it afterwards.
“The result was our fault.
match in another way. We lost that
“The players needed to realise why
game in the first 15 minutes.
“Tottenham were more aggressive it was so bad – and it was easy.
than us, more determined. We
“There was a big difference
know that if our approach
in mentality, aggression
is the same there is no
and determination.”
Sarri
admitted
solution.
“It is useless to
that both he and
speak about tactics.
Pochettino – who
“We can speak
have never won
about that only
trophies
as
if we are at the
coaches – need
same level of
silverware at
application and
some point.
But
the
determination.”
Sarri, who will
Italian added:
DOUBTFUL:
be without Ruben
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investigating the singing of antisemitic songs during their Europa
League game against MOL Vidi in
Budapest.
That came five days after Raheem
Sterling had been subjected to
alleged racist abuse from Chelsea
fans during Manchester City’s game
at Stamford Bridge.
Hazard was backed up by both
Blues boss Maurizio Sarri and Spurs
counterpart Mauricio Pochettino.
Sarri said: “We need the support of
our fans, of course, but we would
like to have their support for us not
against the opponents.”
And Pochettino added: “The fans
need to support their players.
“They need to create a good
atmosphere and not think about the
emotion of hating each other.”
Chelsea will take their full allocation of 5,000 fans to Wembley and
Spurs have urged supporters to report any incidents to the stewards.
Meanwhile, Cesc Fabregas has
agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal
with Monaco, but the move has not
yet been agreed as Chelsea want
£10m for the 31-year-old midfielder,
who only has six months left on his
contract.
The Blues are lining up a £45m
move for Cagliari midfielder Nicolo
Barella as his replacement.
MAURIZIO SARRI insists
his players won’t be caught
napping for a second time
at Wembley tonight.
has been at Tottenham for four years
and I have only been here for six
months.
“The first season in England is very
difficult for everybody. It was for
Pochettino, for Jurgen Klopp, for Pep
Guardiola. It is very difficult to build
up a very good team – you need
time.”
The Chelsea manager also
warned Callum Hudson-Odoi
that moving to Bayern Munich
would be a mistake.
The German giants have
made
several
offers
for
the 18-year-old winger, who
is refusing to sign a new
contract, the latest worth
around £30m.
Sarri, said: “I don’t think he should
go to Germany – because he is an
English player.
“He is very young, and has a very
great future here in England with the
national team and with Chelsea. To
stay here is better for him.
“He is ready for big games. Of
course sometimes he will be on the
bench, but it’s the same for others.”
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MATT FINISH: Hero
Jamille thumps
home his header for
the Newport opener
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GLORY BOYS:
Newport scorers
Jamille Matt (left) and
Padraig Amond
AMBITIOUS: Ross
Derby is
low key
for Ross
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HE THINKS IT’S
ALL OVER
Matt’s head start
in the mind games
NEWPORT hero Jamille Matt
has revealed why he’s got a
head start when it comes to
FA Cup mind games.
The journeyman striker, whose goal on
Sunday helped slay Premier League
Leicester in the shock of the third round,
has a degree in psychology.
The 29-year-old’s 14th goal of the season
set up the League Two side’s epic 2-1 win
over a Foxes side who are seventh in the
top flight.
The Jamaican-born hitman has had a
fairly unspectacular career, taking in
Kidderminster, Fleetwood, Stevenage,
Plymouth, Blackpool and Grimsby.
No one has ever paid a fee for him but
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
his starring role against Leicester set the
tills ringing at Rodney Parade.
And Matt revealed that when it comes
to psyching out the opposition, he’s got
an ace up his sleeve – his degree from
Wolverhampton University.
He said: “It was a different route
from many who come into the
professional game. I went to sixth form
and then university and was playing
for Sutton Coldfield.
“In my final year at university I got a
call from Kidderminster, who were in the
Conference National and full time, so I
played for them.
‘‘Credit to them, because they allowed
me to train a couple of times a week
while finishing my degree and I got a 2:1,
which is not too bad.
“Psychology plays a massive part in
sport and I am one of the more
experienced players so I try to pass that
on.
“It was something I took to straight
away. I have not always had a professional
environment and so it has helped.”
Fellow goal hero Padraig Amond is
another with hidden talents. He dabbles
with sports journalism by writing a
weekly
column
for
the
Carlow
Nationalist, which is a weekly newspaper in his native Ireland.
It was the 30-year-old’s 85th-minute
penalty which ensured the man who also
coaches Newport’s Under-16 side found
himself splashed all over the back pages.
Amond said: “It’s something I’ve done
for the last seven or eight years. I think
this week’s column might be done with a
bit of a sore head.
“What we’ve done out there is now down
in history.”
Chairman Gavin Foxall said: “What
a fantastic result this is for us – it’s
just unbelievable.
‘‘This is not just about the team out
there on the pitch, you can see what it
means to the city.
“Financially it’s massive for the club.
You can never plan for a cup run because
that would be ludicrous, so when it
happens, it’s just like a dream.”
Wes warns doubters: Lay off Puel
LEICESTER skipper Wes Morgan
says fans should stop ripping into
under-pressure boss Claude Puel.
The Frenchman is facing a battle
to hang on to his job, despite the
Foxes being seventh in the
Premier League.
A superb festive period saw
Leicester take nine points from
the 12 available with victories over
Chelsea, Manchester City and
Everton.
But it is his selections for cup
games that have riled fans, who
feel he’s passed up chances to
make a run to Wembley.
They tossed away their Carabao
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Cup quarter-final clash with
Manchester City with a woeful
penalty shoot-out and were
humbled by an FA Cup third-round
beating from League Two Newport
on Sunday.
The shock 2-1 defeat came after
Puel made seven changes to his
line-up, with the Frenchman
jeered at Rodney Parade.
But Morgan (right) said: “I think
any criticism would be unfair.
“Obviously people will look at
the result and judge by that. But
we could have won that game
quite easily. We have a good
squad and the gaffer’s got the
problem of finding the right
balance.
“He’s got to give players rest
and other players opportunities.
“It’s the same for every manager
and every team, and I thought we
were definitely strong enough.”
The 57-year-old has had to
fight off suggestions of dressingroom unrest over his training
and tactics.
Star names Jamie Vardy, Harry
Maguire and Ben Chilwell all
missed the tie as did goalkeeper
Kasper Schmeichel, full-back
Ricardo Pereira and midfielders
Wilfred Ndidi and Nampalys
Mendy.
Morgan added: “The magic of
the FA Cup definitely happened.
“We had loads of half-chances,
and on another day they all go in.
“But it didn’t happen for us and
we’re very disappointed to go out.”
Midfielder Vicente Iborra has
joined Villarreal in a cut-price
£9m deal.
The Foxes paid
£12.5m for the
Spaniard when he
signed from
Sevilla in 2017.
IT’S the Tyne-Wear
derby tonight – but not
as we know it.
Sunderland and
Newcastle meet for the
first time since March
2016 in tonight’s
Checkatrade Trophy
third-round clash at the
Stadium of Light.
Yet it will be completely
different to the previous
156 meetings between the
bitter rivals.
Back-to-back relegations
mean Sunderland are
playing in a competition
made up of lower division
teams and the Under-21
sides of Premier League
and Championship sides.
So while the Black Cats
will have a familiar look,
few, if any, Newcastle
players with first-team
experience will play.
That hasn’t stopped 2,800
Toon fans buying tickets.
They could probably have
sold three times that figure
but their allocation was
restricted.
Sunderland have pulled in
more than 80,000 fans for
their last two League One
fixtures but only around
16,000 are expected to
attend tonight’s game.
Drive
That’s despite their side
being overwhelming
favourites to beat what will
be a bunch of kids.
Black Cats boss Jack
Ross admits the clash is far
from ideal for his promotion-chasing side, who
meet second-placed Luton
at home this Saturday.
“I suppose it’s a very
unusual set of circumstances which are far from
ideal because we are
involved as a first team,”
said Ross, who is unlikely
to start out-of-contract top
scorer Josh Maja.
“This match is a consequence of us suffering two
relegations, while Newcastle
have retained their place in
the top league.
“The drive for me is to
take the club back to play
these fixtures properly.
“We want a derby at the
top level and no matter how
you dress it up, that’s not
this one. It’s a Checkatrade
Trophy match and that’s
how we’re looking at it.
“The motivation is to
move another step closer
to Wembley, not beating
our rivals.”
Meanwhile, Newcastle
midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is
almost certain to miss
Saturday’s Premier League
trip to Chelsea.
Shelvey will see a
specialist in Barcelona over
his recurring thigh problem.
The injury flared up again
when he came off the
bench during Saturday’s
1-1 FA Cup draw against
Blackburn.
DAILY STAR, Tuesday, January 8, 2019
SERIOUSLY
FA CUP
FAB
FOR
B
A
football
LATICS
Chairman Lem gets a
buzz instead of a bill
ABDALLAH LEMSAGAM was
used to squeezing every penny
out of clubs from transfer deals
as a licensed agent.
But as Oldham chairman, he has been on
the other side – and it took a huge FA Cup
upset for him to adopt a more romantic
view of the game’s harsh realities.
When he took over at Boundary Park 12
months ago, it was a condition of ownership that Lemsagam ceased to work for
Sport2JLT, where his clients included
ex-Middlesbrough striker Afonso Alves
and Sulley Muntari, who won the cup in
2008 with Portsmouth.
He inherited a backlog of unpaid
creditors’ bills and batted away a
winding-up order from HMRC.
But all the financial predicaments melted
away for 90 minutes at Craven
Cottage on Sunday, as Oldham
won 2-1 to knock
out
Premier
League Fulham.
Lemsagam
said: “The last
year has cost me
more than I ever
thought – but
money can’t buy
this feeling.”
The jury is
still out on Lemsagam’s presidential-style
leadership. Last
October, players
threatened to
go on strike
when
their
wages were not
CHAIR WE GO: Chairman
paid
on
time.
Abdallah Lemsagam shakes
And
with
on it with George Edmundson
Lemsagam at
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WINNERS: Callum
Lang (right)
celebrates his goal with
Mohammed Maouche
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the helm, the Latics dropped into the fourth
tier for the first time in 47 years on the final
day of last season.
They have also been through nine
managers in four years, culminating in
caretaker Pete Wild conjuring a miracle
by the River Thames.
He was promoted from the academy only
10 days earlier.
But a year of turmoil evaporated, for now,
when Daniel Iversen – on loan from Leicester – saved Aleksandar Mitrovic’s penalty
and Callum Lang, on loan from Wigan,
headed the winner in a dramatic finale.
Dubai-based Lemsagam said: “This is one
of my best moments in football, of course.
I’ve been involved in many big deals but at
Oldham I’ve been used to losing money.
Proud
“But this makes up for everything. I have
congratulated the players because they
deserve it. They have made the club proud
again.
“The last year has been more than tough.
But when you win a game like that, it’s not
about money. Pride doesn’t cost you money.
This is something special.”
Inevitably, Oldham’s passage through to a
fourth-round clash at Doncaster has increased the pressure on Lemsagam to come
to a decision about Wild’s future and make
his appointment permanent.
The fans believe Wild deserves to be in
the dugout for the next round.
He has masterminded three consecutive wins since Frankie Bunn’s sacking
following a 6-0 Boxing Day massacre at
Carlisle.
Lemsagam said: “I’m going to have a talk
with Pete and we will take the best decision
for the club.
“If he’s ready to take charge of the team
in the fourth round, we’re ready for it – he’s
already shown anything is possible.”
FA just can’t hack VAR says Hackett
FORMER top referee Keith
Hackett has accused the FA of
making a hash of VAR.
Hackett supports the Video
Assistant Referee system which
will be introduced in the Premier
League next season.
But after its chaotic use at the
weekend in the FA Cup, which
sparked a string of controversial
incidents, Hackett claims the FA
is “just playing around with VAR”.
“I’m a massive supporter of
technology but the FA have to be
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transparent in what they are
doing,” said Hackett, who was
head of the Professional Game
Match Officials Limited between
2004 and 2010.
“I think the FA are just playing
around with it and not selling it.
“How long does the FA want to
experiment with this? All they are
doing is putting it into disrepute.
“In other countries it’s operating
well, not without problems
because it’s not Utopia. But here
it seems to be a case of, ‘Who’s
doing VAR this week?’.
“There’s no practice – and you
don’t practise on the job.”
There was confusion in the tie
between Burnley and Barnsley
when the Clarets saw a penalty
belatedly ruled out by VAR,
referee Simon Hooper stopping
Matej Vydra as he prepared to
take the spot-kick (right).
In the Manchester United v
Reading tie, Fred’s effort was
ruled out for offside before a
penalty was awarded for an
earlier foul on Juan Mata.
VAR also intervened at Crystal
Palace and Fulham.
“I also don’t understand why
supporters who pay to watch a
match are kept in the dark, while
others at home hear what’s going
on in the studio and can see
replays,” added Hackett.
“I can’t understand why this lot
don’t adopt what we see in rugby
and what works.”
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INFORMATION
STATION
FOOTBALL
Emirates FA Cup 3rd rd
Wolves (1)..................2 Liverpool (0) ............. 1
Jimenez 38
Neves 55
Origi 51
Att: 25,849
(Wolves away to Shrewsbury or Stoke in 4th rd)
Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central:
Rushall Olympic 1 Barwell 1.
AMERICAN FOOTBALL
NFL play-offs – NFC Wild Card:
Chicago Bears 15 Philadelphia Eagles
16.
BASKETBALL
NBA: Atlanta Hawks 106 Miami Heat
82, Chicago Bulls 100 Brooklyn Nets
117, LA Clippers 106 Orlando Magic 96,
Minnesota Timberwolves 108 LA Lakers
86, Oklahoma City Thunder 98
Washington Wizards 116, Phoenix Suns
113 Charlotte Hornets 119, Toronto
Raptors 121 Indiana Pacers 105.
CRICKET
4th Test (day 5 of 5) – Sydney: India
622-7dec (Pujara 193, Pant 159no,
Jadeja 81) v Australia 300 (Harris 79,
Yadav 5-99) & 6-0. Match drawn. India
win four-match series 2-1, their firstever Test series victory in Australia.
DARTS
BDO World Championship (Frimley
Green, Surrey) – men’s preliminary
rd: D Cameron (Can) bt A Hamilton
(Eng) 3-0, O Ferenc (Ser) bt R Hogarth
(Sco) 3-1. 1st rd: W Mandigers (Hol) bt
P Hogan (Eng) 3-0, M Unterbuchner
(Ger) bt J Thompson (Aus) 3-2.
Women’s 1st rd: A Dobromyslova
(Rus) bt L Turner (Eng) 2-0.
GOLF
USPGA Tour – Sentry Tournament
of Champions (Kapalua, Hawaii) –
leading final totals (US unless stated,
par 73): 269 X Schauffele 62; 270
G Woodland 68; 274 J Thomas 65;
277 D Johnson 67, R McIlroy (NIrl) 72,
M Leishman (Aus) 71.
TENNIS
ATP & WTA Sydney International
(Australia) – women’s 1st rd: I Begu
(Rom) bt H Watson (Gbr) 6-1 6-4.
ATP ASB Classic (Auckland, New
Zealand) – 1st rd: C Norrie (Gbr) bt
B Paire (Fra) 6-3 6-2.
TODAY’S DIARY
FOOTBALL
(7.45pm unless stated)
Carabao Cup
Semi-final, 1st leg
Tottenham v Chelsea (8pm)...............................
Checkatrade Trophy 3rd rd
Northern Section
Accrington v Bury ..............................................
Port Vale v Shrewsbury .....................................
Rochdale v Man City U21 (7pm) ........................
Sunderland v Newcastle U21.............................
Southern Section
Cheltenham v Oxford Utd ..................................
Northampton v Bristol Rovers ..........................
Southend v Portsmouth .....................................
Vanarama National League
Bromley v Wrexham ...........................................
Gateshead v Solihull Moors ..............................
Buildbase FA Trophy 1st rd:
Maidenhead v Oxford City, Salisbury v
Braintree. 1st rd replay: Havant &
Waterlooville v Dover.
Vanarama North: Southport v
Guiseley, Spennymoor v Kidderminster.
Vanarama South: Slough v Bath City,
Truro v St Albans.
Evo-Stik Southern Premier Central:
St Neots v Leiston, Tamworth v
Needham Market. Southern Premier
South: Met Police v Harrow, Poole v
Dorchester, Tiverton v Gosport.
Bostik Premier: Brightlingsea v
Bognor Regis, Whitehawk v Worthing.
DARTS
BDO World Championship (Frimley
Green, Surrey).
YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD
ACROSS: 1 Crawford; 7 Owens; 8 Repka;
9 Figure; 10 Cram; 12 Back; 14 Skater; 17
Rowan; 18 Edman; 19 Neeskens.
DOWN: 1 Clegg; 2 Ansbro; 3 Form; 4
Roper; 5 Wolfsburg; 6 San Marino; 11
O’Keefe; 13 Cowie; 15 Tomas; 16 Ings.
FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS
1 Aaron Mooy, 2 22, 3 Ronnie O’Sullivan,
4 11, 5 Jack Young.
SOCCER
LINES
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NEW Sheffield
Wednesday boss
Steve Bruce faces a fight
with former club Aston
Villa to keep hold of
£10m-rated winger Adam
Reach.
PORTSMOUTH
manager Kenny
Jackett has ruled out
selling winger Jamal
Lowe to West Brom
GILES BARNES, 30,
is training with
former club West Brom
after returning from
playing in the US.
BOURNEMOUTH
midfielder Marc
Pugh, 31, is set to leave
in search of first-team
football after nine
years at the club.
FORMER Wales
midfielder Dave
Edwards, 32, has rejoined
Shrewsbury from
Reading.
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FA CUP ACTION
SERIOUSLY
RUBEN’S
foo tba ll
BACK ON TRACK: Phil Jones (centre) with David
De Gea and Victor Lindelof after Newcastle win
Jones knows
it gets tougher
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GOLDEN GUY:
Ruben Neves
blasts Wolves back
into the lead
PHIL JONES reckons Manchester United’s trip to
Tottenham will be the acid test of their progress
under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Solskjaer has led United to five straight wins in all
competitions since replacing Jose Mourinho last month.
The Norwegian has joined Old Trafford legend Sir
Matt Busby as the only United manager to win his
first five games in charge.
But those triumphs have come against Cardiff,
Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Newcastle and
■ by JEREMY CROSS
Reading, meaning
Sunday’s clash at
game.” The United squad
Wembley promises to be
are in Dubai for a
the biggest challenge
warm-weather training
Solskjaer has faced so far. camp this week.
Mauricio Pochettino’s
Centre-back Jones
men are third in the
added: “It is about
table, just six points
momentum and we need
behind leaders Liverpool. to keep building that
And Jones (pictured
momentum whoever we
with Solskjaer, right)
play against.
said: “Spurs is a
“We are feeling
good test. We are
good and we are
in good form
feeling strong.
We go away
and have
and we need
some
to work.
momentum
Hopefully
going.
the momen“We have
tum can
steadied the
carry us on to
ship a bit, if
you like, and we
win that match.
“Of course we
need to keep
should be in the
going.
“We have not done
Champions League next
anything yet, we have
season and that is the
not achieved anything,
aim, but we have done
but we need to keep it
nothing yet and I know it
going.
is a cliche, but it has to
“Possibly Spurs will be
be game by game.
an indicator for us of
“I don’t really want to
how far we can go, but it
think about the top four,
is a game we need to win.
or the Champions
“They are in good form
League, or the FA Cup.
and doing well and we
“It has to be game by
need to have a good
game. Tottenham is
week, train well and
tough and we have to see
prepare for a tough
where we are after that.”
4TH-ROUND DRAW
SWANSEA v GILLINGHAM
WIMBLEDON v WEST HAM
SHREWSBURY or STOKE
v WOLVES
MILLWALL v EVERTON
BRIGHTON v WEST BROM
BRISTOL CITY v BOLTON
ACCRINGTON v
DERBY or SOUTHAMPTON
DONCASTER v OLDHAM
CHELSEA v SHEFFIELD
WEDNESDAY or LUTON
NEWCASTLE or BLACKBURN
v WATFORD
MIDDLESBROUGH v NEWPORT
MANCHESTER CITY v BURNLEY
BARNET v BRENTFORD
PORTSMOUTH v QPR
ARSENAL v MAN UNITED
CRYSTAL PALACE
v TOTTENHAM
■ GAMES PLAYED ON 25-28TH JANUARY
Tammy to go
TAMMY ABRAHAM went
AWOL from Aston Villa
yesterday in an effort to
force through a move to
Wolves.
The on-loan Chelsea
striker, 21, who has 16
goals in 20 games, was
expected to report for
Villa training in the
morning.
But he didn’t
show after
asking Chelsea
to cancel his
loan and
send him to
Wolves.
He is
expected to
finalise a loan
to the Premier
League side in the
next 48 hours.
Abraham was omitted
from Villa’s FA Cup defeat
to Swansea on Saturday.
But Villa boss Dean
Smith claimed afterwards
he expected the hitman to
report for training as
■ by JAMES NURSEY
normal. It will be a major
blow to Villa’s promotion
hopes with the club 10th,
five points off the
Championship play-offs.
Wolves are understood
to be offering a huge loan
fee to Chelsea and
attractive personal
terms to Abraham
(inset)
(inset).
He is
attracted by
the prospect
of the move
with Wolves
ninth in the
top tier.
There were
fears the striker
would not be able
to join Wolves as he
has already played for
Chelsea and Villa this
season.
But Wolves anticipate
there will be no issues
with FIFA and the FA
ratifying the move.
■
KID STUFF:
Liverpool’s Ki-Jana
Hoever tackles Jota
JURGEN KLOPP must be
secretly delighted that his
title-chasing
team
have
waved goodbye to the FA
Cup.
But Liverpool’s exit came at a price as
he saw his patched-up defence suffer
another crippling injury blow.
The Kop boss saw a potential spanner
thrown in the works in the quest for the
Holy Grail of the Premier League title as
Dejan Lovren left the field injured.
The central defender slumped clutching his hamstring just five minutes into
this game and had to be replaced.
With central defenders Joe Gomez and
Joel Matip both out injured, Lovren
indicating he could take no further part
was the last thing the Reds boss would
have needed.
Klopp is too respectful to say this was a
welcome exit but deep down you’d think
more cup games are an unwelcome
distraction to the real job in hand.
They might have gone from being
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WOLVES .......... 2
LIVERPOOL ..... 1
unbeaten to suffering back-to-back
defeats but Klopp has more serious
concerns.
He made nine changes but there can be
no suggestion he shrugged this tie off.
In fact, had John Ruddy not got his
fingertips to Xherdan Shaqiri’s 70thminute free-kick Liverpool might have
been facing a replay, god forbid.
The Kop boss brought on 16-year-old
Ki-Jana Hoever to become the
youngest player ever to play for
Liverpool in an FA Cup tie.
The rangy Dutch product of the
Anfield academy set a new benchmark at
16 years and 354 days and certainly didn’t
look fazed by his quick-fire introduction.
Just as well, because with Gomez out
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ROCKET
■
MOLI-PHEW! Raul
Jimenez races
through to give Wolves
a first-half lead
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Klopp’s
agony
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the year. We had to make late
changes. Dejan should only
have been on the bench.
“I don’t know how bad it is.”
Klopp fielded three
teenagers but said: “We had
to play youngsters but we are
not here to be the new world
record holder for youngest
team, they are good enough.”
He refused to blame the
congested programme for his
side’s exit, adding: “You all
want this number of games,
so don’t ask me if it is right or
not – and Wolves are really
strong.”
Delighted Wolves boss
Nuno praised his side and
hailed Ruben Neves’ 25-yard
winning goal.
Nuno said: “It was a good
performance. I’m very happy
with the way we played.
“We know Ruben has the
talent to do that. It’s something he does and we
encourage him to do it. It was
a key moment for us.
“We had just lost a goal and
so to react with such a
beautiful goal was great.”
Arsenal’s home game
against Manchester United
was the blockbuster tie of last
night’s fourth-round draw.
But there were no moneyspinning occasions for the
third-round giant killers.
Newport’s reward for
stunning Leicester is a trip to
Middlesbrough, while fellow
League Two side Oldham, who
knocked out Fulham, travel to
League One Doncaster.
National League Barnet, the
lowest-ranked team left in the
competition, are at home to
Championship Brentford after
they stunned Sheffield United
on Sunday.
And after sending Cardiff
packing, League One
Gillingham go to the Liberty
Stadium to face Swansea.
Holders Chelsea will
entertain the winners of the
replay between Luton and
Sheffield Wednesday.
WANTED: Lookman
Ralph to
Look at
winger
■ by ALEX CROOK
SOUTHAMPTON boss
Ralph Hasenhuttl is lining
up a loan move for Everton
winger Ademola Lookman.
England Under-21 ace
Lookman played under
Hasenhuttl during a loan
stint at German side RB
Leipzig last season.
Hasenhuttl believes he
may be able to tempt
Lookman away from Goodison after starting just one
league game this season.
Lookman scored in
Everton’s 2-1 FA Cup
third-round triumph over
Lincoln on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Sam Allardyce
insists he has no issues
with Marco Silva, despite
claiming the Everton boss’
style of football will see
him struggle.
The Toffees manager hit
back at Big Sam by saying
he doesn’t care what his
predecessor thinks.
But Allardyce, who was
sacked after just six
months in the Everton hot
seat, yesterday insisted he
wasn’t being critical of his
successor.
He said: “I don’t expect
him to listen to me. I was
generalising about Everton
overall, I wasn’t having a
pop at Marco Silva.
“I was saying that in the
end, look at the previous
four managers of Everton,
including myself – all of
them have been dismissed
for one reason or another.
“Marco Silva hasn’t yet,
but pressure on him will
depend on where they are
in the league and winning
football matches.”
Mad for
Blades
Neves stuns Kop after Lovren KO
for a few more weeks as he recovers from
a leg fracture and Matip only due to
resume training shortly after fracturing
his collarbone, Klopp has few options.
The youngster seemed to settle quickly
enough, making a great interception to
stop a Raul Jimenez cross-field pass
making its way to Diogo Jota.
Dividends
Lovren had been one of only two
players who started against Manchester
City to keep their place.
Klopp rested his big guns, throwing in
teenagers Curtis Jones (17) and Rafael
Camacho (18), while Wolves boss Nuno
Espirito Santo named an almost fullstrength side.
That paid dividends in the 38th minute
when Jimenez pounced on a mix-up
between Alberto Moreno and James
Milner to put Wolves ahead. Milner
clearly was not happy with the ball
Moreno dropped on him and as he tried
to deal with it, Jimenez was on it in a
flash and away from him.
The Mexican had an option to square to
Jota but slammed it past Simon Mignolet
as if the keeper wasn’t there.
Liverpool, not surprisingly, were showing clear signs that they could be got at
down the middle and Milner was booked
for grappling with Jota.
The visitors’ defence was looking
fragile and Fabinho had to move sharply
to intervene when Jota was poised to add
a second.
But just when Wolves looked a good bet
to extend their lead they were stopped in
their tracks as Divock Origi levelled
things up in the 51st minute. Shaqiri’s
ball to the edge of the box was totally
mis-controlled by Milner but it fell to
Origi, who gave a little shuffle to line
himself up before powering a left-foot
shot home.
Liverpool’s lead lasted only three
minutes when they fell behind to a
25-yard shot from long-range expert
Ruben Neves.
In fairness, Mignolet should have done
better with it – Neves virtually putting a
stamp on it before sweeping it beyond
the keeper’s reach.
England boss Gareth Southgate and
assistant Steve Holland watched on from
the stand, presumably running the rule
over Wolves skipper Conor Coady.
Klopp brought off Daniel Sturridge and
Curtis Jones and threw on Mo Salah and
Roberto Firmino but to no avail.
■
EARLY BLOW:
Dejan Lovren
leaves the field
holding his leg
■ by DARREN WITCOOP
CARDIFF striker Gary
Madine has joined
Sheffield United on loan for
the rest of the season.
The 28-year-old helped
the Welsh club go up to the
Premier League last term
and Blades boss Chris
Wilder hopes he can do the
same for his third-placed
Championship side.
And Madine said he
jumped at the chance,
despite his previous spell
with Sheffield Wednesday.
“There were other teams
interested, but, believe it or
not, when I knew Sheffield
United was interested, I
was buzzing and jumped at
the chance,” said Madine.
“I’ve had over 20,000
supporters booing me
when I’ve played here
before, it’s an intimidating
place to come and some
players would crumble.
“But I’ve always thought I
wouldn’t mind being part
of that and it is certainly a
club on the up.”
WOLVES..2
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FA CUP THIRD ROUND MATCH
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KLOPP DEFIANT
JURGEN KLOPP insisted he would
never disrespect the FA Cup after
Liverpool crashed out at Wolves.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side now
face an away tie against near
neighbours Shrewsbury or Stoke in
the fourth round after seeing off the
Premier League leaders.
Klopp made nine changes from
the side beaten by Manchester City
last week but the Liverpool boss
said his hand had been forced.
And he suffered further agony by
h
LIVERPOOL..1
■ by DAVE ARMITAGE
seeing central defender Dejan
Lovren go off with a hamstring
injury after just five minutes, which
could hamper their title challenge.
Klopp said: “I changed a lot
because I thought we have to, not
because I wanted to.
“After the City game we had a few
players who were ill – sore throats
– which you can have at this time of
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STAY: Foden yesterday
Phil not
after a
City exit
■ by GIDEON BROOKS
PHIL FODEN says he won’t
follow Brahim Diaz through
the Manchester City exit.
Spain Under-21 star Diaz
was yesterday unveiled as
a Real Madrid player after
becoming the latest
exciting young talent to
turn his back on Pep
Guardiola.
His £22m switch mirrors
England starlet Jadon
Sancho’s move to Borussia
Dortmund in August 2017.
But fellow academy
graduate Foden has
assured fans that his future
is at City.
■
WOLVERHAMPTON
WONDERS: Ruben
Vinagre jumps on scorer
Ruben Neves after he made
it 2-1 while (inset) Kop boss
Jurgen Klopp encourages
16-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever
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“They have gone their
separate ways and
everyone has their own
plan in what they want to
do, so fair play to them,”
said Foden.
“Everyone is different and
I see myself playing here.
“We’ve got the best set of
players and the best staff,
so I’m in the right position.
“I’m learning off them
every day, so I couldn’t be
in a better place.
“I’m sad to see Brahim go
but he wants opportunities,
so good luck to him.
“I grew up with him and
know his qualities, so I
know he’ll do well. Maybe
one day I’ll face him in the
Champions League.
“But it shows the strength
of the squad we have here,
how good the players are –
it is difficult to get in, but
we all try our best.” Foden
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WARNING
Eden tells Wembley fans
to kick out racist chants
■
KEEP IT CLEAN:
Eden Hazard has
told Chelsea and Spurs
fans to behave tonight
EDEN HAZARD has begged
Chelsea and Tottenham fans
to behave at tonight’s Carabao Cup semi-final.
Police have warned there will be zero
tolerance at Wembley towards anyone
chanting anti-semitic or racist abuse.
Hazard said: “I want people to remember
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the game for the right reasons. I’ve said before these sort of fans are not fans for me.
“They come to the stadium just to say
something.”
Chelsea are already facing the threat of
a partial stadium closure, with UEFA
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