Irish Daily Star - 2021-10-20
Irish Daily Star 2021-10-20


Irish Daily Star


20. Oct 2021
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BACK PAGE IS FEARR AN STAR Wednesday October 20 2021 €1.80 (inc vat) NAdINE: : City’s Sarah’s high five spirit close PAGE 3 C. BRUGGE..1 MAN CITY....5 THERE’S MO STOPPING SALAH... A. MAdRId..2 LIVERPOOL..3 NICE 2-mEtrE YOU COPPER EX-GARDA: I LOOKED INTO LARRY MURPHY’S EYES... HE’S PAGES A KILLER SEE 6&7 CHILLING: Ex-sergeant Tosh Lavery and Deirdre Jacob; (main) rapist Larry Murphy FACE MASKS CHANGED RULES: Micheal Martin WHAT THE DECK? People can dance in nightclubs but not in pubs according to the Government’s latest advice as they yesterday refused to lift restrictions until at least February SEE PAGES 4&5 Confusion over Covid rules in night clubs as pubs slam new restrictions as ‘lunacy’

2 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Tanker crash kills man A MAN has died after a lorry tanker veered off the road in Co Monaghan. The crash occurred at around 7.20am yesterday morning in Knockaconny. The man, aged in his 60s, was the driver of the lorry. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Gardai believe that the tanker veered off the road, before ending up in a ditch. The man’s body has been taken to the mortuary at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda for a post-mortem examination. The N12 road at Knockaconny remains closed as a forensic investigation is carried out. Gardai are appealing for witnesses. 10,000 children maimed TEN thousand Yemeni children have been killed or maimed since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after the Iran-aligned Houthi group ousted the government, the United Nations children’s agency UNICEF has said. “The Yemen conflict has just hit another shameful milestone. We now have 10,000 children who have been killed or maimed since March 2015,” UNICEF spokesperson James Elder told a U.N. briefing in Geneva after returning from a visit to Yemen. Man is killed in assault PSNI detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man died in hospital following a town centre assault. The 23-year-old man was assaulted in Portadown, Co Armagh, in the early hours of Sunday morning. Detective Chief Inspector Darren McCartney said: “We believe that the man was assaulted outside licensed premises at the junction of West Street and Mandeville Street in Portadown town centre at around 1.40am on Sunday.” 50 dead after truck tragedy ABOUT 50 people were killed in southern Democratic Republic of Congo when a truck overturned and plunged into a river, officials said yesterday. The accident occurred in the copper-mining province of Haut Katanga, Governor Jacques Kyambula’s office said in a statement. Only two passengers in the truck survived the tragedy on Sunday. Plane crash miracle NO-ONE was seriously hurt MD-87 bound for Boston when it All aboard made it off the ■when a passenger plane ran rolled through a fence and ■plane safely and the only off a runway and burned, authorities said. Twenty-one people were aboard the McDonnell Douglas caught fire while trying to take off from the Houston Executive Airport in Brookshire, officials said. reported injury was a passenger with back pain. Authorities are set to probe the cause of the accident. SCOOTERS GO LEGAL Legislation approved for use in public ZIPPY: E-scooter user in London gets around on the nifty device TRIAL: Hutchings LEGISLATION that will allow e-scooters on Irish roads has been approved. E-scooters are currently not regulated in Ireland, as there has been no specific law covering them. Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton yesterday announced the publication of the Road Traffic and Roads Bill 2021, which will create a new class in law of powered personal transporters (PPTs), including e-scooters. The Transport Minister said he hopes to introduce the legislation in the Dail in the next few weeks. “We committed in the Programme for Government to resolving legal barriers to the use of e-scooters, as well as e-bikes, and this Bill will deliver on both of those commitments,” Minister Ryan said. Active “These proposals in the Bill should be seen as part of our wider efforts to encourage alternative forms of mobility, reduce our culture of reliance on the private car and open opportunities for active and healthy travel,” he said. THE solicitor for British army veteran Dennis Hutchings has called on the British government to halt the historical prosecution of veterans after his client’s death while on trial for attempted murder. Hutchings died in Belfast on Monday after contracting COvID-19 while he was on trial over the attempted murder of John Pat Cunningham in Co Tyrone in 1974. His lawyer said Hutchings would have told the court he fired two warning shots, but ■■Keith FALKINER The new laws will also deal with the off-road use of scramblers and quad bikes . The boss of an e-scooter firm last night hailed the move to legalise e-scooters on roads. Steve Pyer, UK & Ireland country manager at Spin, said: “We welcome the government’s decision to make e-scooters legal for use in Ireland. Safe “Responsible e-scooter programme operators like Spin have shown how e-scooter sharing schemes can be run in a way that promotes safe and responsible use that respects the needs of all road users. “Just last month, we organised e-scooter safety demonstration events in both Dublin and Cork where we showed how the latest e-scooter models can be set to sound an alarm once they are illegally ridden on a footpath. “The same technology also encourages users to make sure that they park a scooter in a designated area.” ‘DENNIS’S LAW’ PLEA another soldier fired the fatal shots. Philip Barden said: “I hope the government will enact a statute of limitation that will end the shameful pursuit of Army veterans in Northern Ireland.” EUROMILLIONS RESULTS Jackpot €17 million - no winner EUROMILLIONS LOTTO NUMBERS 4 4 20 20 12 12 l GAlWAY 14 15 11 l CORK 12 WEATHER NEAR YOU TODAY Summary: Sunny spells with some showers ISEIR NORTHwEST COAST A mostly dry day with sunny spells. 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ISEIR AMAZED: Evanna Magic helped Lynch HARRY Potter star Evanna Lynch told how she has battled with anorexia since she was 11 year of age. The Harry Potter books helped get her through the horrible ordeal and eventually she was inspired to write to author JK Rowling to thank her because the spirit and magic of Harry had helped save her life. Letters Actress Evanna told Ireland AM presenters in an interview yesterday: “The chances of her reading my letter was pretty weird, that to me was a type of magic.” SNAppED: Barry with Angelina and Richard Madden at a previous launch ViVienne It would be brood not to... zahara ●ANGELINA Jolie poses with her five children at the premiere for upcoming Marvel superhero movie Eternals. The 46-year-old plays Thena in the sci-fi saga, which features immortal aliens who have been secretly living on Earth for thousands of years, waiting to be called into action. IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 3 ●Asked about why she did the film, Jolie said: “The cast, the diversity. These would be our new superheroes.” ● ■■Sandra mALLON Showbiz Reporter Angie’s daughter Zahara even wore a dress her famous mum wore to an awards ceremony back in 2014. But Irish star Barry knox Keoghan, who plays Druig in the Marvel movie, appears to have missed the premiere in Los Angeles that Angelina went to. Yesterday, the Love/ ● Hate actor poked fun at his no-show, sharing on Instagram a tweet from a fan, saying: “Barry Keoghan not showing up for Eternals premiere is a very Druig thing to do.” 2014 maddox BROOD: Jolie with five of her six kids including Zahara wearing a dress Jolie wore in 2014 (right) shiloh FANTASY: D’Arcy Ray in jiving seat? RTE star Ray D’Arcy has revealed he’s thought about competing in Dancing With The Stars Ireland if it gets the green light to return in January. The radio and TV host revealed he’s thought about taking part in the hit RTE One show while chatting to Westlife’s Nicky Byrne. Energy Ray told guest Nicky on his Radio One show: “In flights of fantasy, I do go, ‘Yes, that’s me...’, and then I come back down to earth, and I realise, ‘No, I just don’t have the energy or time’.” ‘SARAH’S SpiRit wAS tuning in’ COMpETITION: Nadine on show and (right) with Sarah nadine sure late pal got in contact during filming FORMER Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle has revealed she believes her late bandmate Sarah Harding was sending her messages from beyond the grave while she was filming Last Singer Standing. The 36-year-old is a judge on the RTE One show, which is set to air this Saturday, alongside Joey Fatone and Samantha Mumba, while Westlife singer Nicky Byrne will host the show. She said she believed Sarah, who died from breast cancer on September 5, “made ■■Sandra mALLON Showbiz Reporter her presence known” during filming, revealing headphones would fly off the table. The mum-of-one said: “I was so close to her in life. There’s definitely been things, she’s made her presence known a few times. As I was shooting the show, it was right in the middle of it all and people were being so kind. “There was a couple of days when the headphones just flew across the table and it happened three days in a row and the makeup girls were saying, ‘that has to be Sarah.’ “I thought, ‘It has to be Sarah, there’s no other reason why they would fly so far.’ “Then I was talking about her one night in my house and something went flying off a shelf. Schedule “I was like, ‘Is that Sarah? Is she just throwing stuff?’ It was just so fresh, and I still thought she’s going to phone. “But stuff was flying around, so I was thinking [it could be Sarah] but I’m not so sure.” She told Ryan Tubridy on his RTE Radio One show yesterday: “I’m still thinking she’s going to phone.” Nadine told how the filming schedule for the show was already set when she heard the news of Sarah’s passing and she couldn’t take a break to grieve. She said: “The show was scheduled, everything was booked. There was no way they could take a break for me to grieve.”

4 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR ‘FREEDOM DAY’ IS ‘THiS iS CASES RISING: Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan Tony warns of another lockdown The country’s top doctor has warned that lockdown restrictions may have to be reimposed if current measures can’t get COVID-19 under control. It comes as the country recorded another 2,399 cases of the virus yesterday, while 473 patients are in hospital and 74 are in ICU. In his letter to health Minister Stephen Donnelly, Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony holohan said the public’s compliance with basic public health measures will be “critical” in avoiding a return to more restrictive measures. he wrote: “The NPheT cautions that the re-imposition of public health restrictive measures may be warranted should the application of the above measures not have sufficient effect on the profile of disease.” however, Government ministers including Taoiseach Micheal Martin have recently said the Government would not reintroduce lockdown measures. Restrictions An avoidance of further restrictions in the future remains dependent upon “public understanding and buy-in to the basic public health measures in order to minimise opportunities for this virus to transmit,” Dr holohan said. The Chief Medical Officer has also warned that COVID-19 will get worse before it gets better. Speaking yesterday, health Minister Stephen Donnelly said he has received updated modelling from NPheT’s Professor Philip Nolan. he said: “The no policy change position is that if we were essentially to not continue with the restrictions — in other words if we were to remove all restrictions from this Friday — the modelling suggests by the end of November, [we’d] be at about 800 to 1,000 hospital cases with about, which is probably more important, about 150 to 200 of those being in ICU. “The advice from Dr holohan to me is that it’s going to get worse before it’s going to get better because there has been an increase in cases and we haven’t yet seen that increase in cases translate into hospital and ICU.” STADIA BACK TO MAX CAP THE Aviva Stadium will play host to crowds of 50,000 for Ireland’s World Cup qualifier against Portugal and the November rugby internationals after the latest lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. The government announcement that sports stadiums can be at full capacity from this Friday will be a financial boon to the FAI and IRFU as a hectic month of November looms. The FAI are set for a €1.2M boost with a full house for the World Cup qualifier with Portugal on November 11. Andy Farrell’s Ireland rugby team also face Japan at the Lansdowne Road venue on November 6, and will return to the Aviva on Saturday November 13 for a showdown with New Zealand. ■ Fuming publicans: More bars will close if restrictions remain New rules at a glance NPHET has recommended that ●masks and social distancing measures remain in place until February 2022. Covid certs (inset) will be required for entrance to hospitality venues and nightclubs. Table service only will continue in ●pubs and restaurants with a cap of 10 persons per table, or 15 including children. There will be no capacity limit on indoor or outdoor events — giving major sporting events and concerts the green light. Nightclubs will be allowed to reopen for the first time in 19 months on Friday, however, the specific rules are still being developed and were not confirmed yesterday. The Government announced that ●a ‘phased’ return to workplaces will continue but a full return will not be possible until spring of 2022. PUBLICANS have warned that maintaining restrictions in the industry will see dozens of more bars close by the end of the year — describing the Government’s latest plans as “utter lunacy”. Taoiseach Michael Martin yesterday confirmed the nation’s worst fears as he revealed that Friday’s ‘Freedom Day’ has been stalled until next February at the earliest. however there was some good news for nightclub owners and revellers alike, as the Government confirmed that they can reopen on Friday — with the Taoiseach declaring: “What traditionally happens in a nightclub will continue to happen in a nightclub.” The new rules announced for the sector mean: ● Vaccine certs will be needed for entry into pubs, restaurants and nightclubs. ● Table service must remain in pubs, with a maximum of 10 people per table. ● Dancing will be allowed in nightclubs, but social distancing will have to be adhered to. ● Live music shows will have to be allseater events. Announcing the measures yesterday, the Taoiseach acknowledged that there would be anomalies with the new rules, such as dancing being allowed in nightclubs, but no sitting at the bar in pubs. he added: “Inevitably, some people will PINT OF NO RETURN: (l-r) VFI chief executive Padraig Cribben, LVA chairman Ronan Lynch, LVA CEO Donall O’Keeffe and LVA chair Noel Anderson at a protest last year ■ clubs to open but will need certs & social distancing ?? Days ’til FREEDOM* *WELL, THERE’S ALWAYS NEXT YEAR ■■Nicola DONNELLY say, hang on a second, how come you can have dancing in a nightclub, but you can’t have dancing at a live venue, for example. “And I think first of all, we have to accept that it is an anomaly. “And the advice we have from NPheT is that we could proceed with the reopening, we want to obviously open up the economy as much as possible.” But there are fears that maintaining restrictions will lead to the closure of more and more pubs. One furious publican has called it “utter lunacy” that pubs must continue with mandatory table service, reduced capacity and no bar counter service — while nightclubs can reopen for dancing. Noel Anderson, managing director of Dublin’s Lemon and Duke pub and the Bridge 1859, has warned there will be “mass disobedience”. “If people are allowed at a bar in a nightclub and allowed to dance but not allowed to leave their seats in the traditional pub, there will be mass disobedience,” Mr Anderson, who is also chair of the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA), warned. “You can’t have one rule for one nightlife establishment and another rule for another. It’s utter lunacy.” Dance Noel said because he has a music, singing and dance licence, he can “change his pub to a nightclub” at a certain time. “The lunacy is I can say the Lemon and Duke is a nightclub at 11.30pm or 12.30pm and allow customers dance.” And because the number of people permitted at a table is remaining at 10, he has already had to cancel parties from this weekend onwards. “It will be the end of Christmas parties — unless they have them in nightclubs,” he warned. Ronan Lynch, of the Swan Bar on Dublin’s Aungier Street, called the treatment of the pub industry by the Government’s latest decisions “absolutely appalling and shambolic”. “For an industry that has sacrificed so much, we have done everything right, but we have been treated appalling by the Government’s decisions,” he said. “It’s another sucker punch. The ICU capacity has not been addressed in any shape or form and there has been no thought put into ventilation systems. “It’s shambolic. We are trying to run a business, we are trying to give employment.” Meanwhile, Michael O’Donovan, proprietor of the Castle Inn in Cork, said he fears it is inevitable more pubs will shut their doors for good within the next 12 months.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 5 PUT BACK TILL ’22 LUNAcy’ BLOW: Pubs could be forced to close their doors for good; (inset) nightclubs and DJ Sunil Sharpe Last week, Revenue figures showed almost 350 pubs have closed since the pandemic began. “Pubs are fighting for survival. We have done everything right. We have been losing money most weeks and now our electricity and gas bills are going up,” Michael told The Star. “it is hard to get your head around it. You can dance in a nightclub but you have to remain seated in a pub, with reduced capacity.” Michael also said because new guidelines have not yet been issued, he and other publicans in Cork do not know what to expect with the annual Cork Jazz Festival taking place this weekend. “We are 80 hours from the Jazz Festival and we don’t know what the guidelines are for operating late venues. There are nearly more questions than answers with these announcements. it feels very unfair for publicans.” Mellett’s Emporium in swinford, Co Mayo, has blasted the latest announcement as “an attack on small rural pubs”. BOTTLED IT: Martin has rowed back on plans to lift harsh pandemic pub rules “We’ve done absolutely everything asked of us so far but how the hell do we expect customers to remain seated when they can dance in a nightclub, which incidentally is 40km away. an outright attack on small rural pubs,” the family-owned pub tweeted. Reacting to the announcement, the Vintners’ Federation of ireland (VFi) said it is a devastating blow to the sector. The VFi said the decision not to ease restrictions is a direct result of the Government failing to deal with the small percentage of people who remain unvaccinated and who have a disproportionate impact on hospitalisation numbers. Passes VFi chief executive Padraig Cribben said: “Over 92 per cent of people are vaccinated so we could easily have removed mandatory table service by limiting entry to customers with vaccine passes. “ i nstead, the Government has guaranteed the closure of more pubs over the coming months.” and LVa CEO Donall O’Keeffe expressed astonishment at the latest announcement. “All they have done is sow confusion. We now have a night-time sector reopening shortly and we don’t know what restrictions they will be trading under or whether it will be viable to open in the first place,” he said. Meanwhile, one of ireland’s top DJs has welcomed the announcement that nightclubs are set to reopen — but has called for the immediate publication of guidelines. sunil sharpe, who is also spokesperson for the Give us The night campaign representing venues and nightclubs across the country, has said it has been a long 19 months of closure for such premises. However, he said the Government’s announcement yesterday is “confusing” and more clarity is needed. “It was confusing, I think everyone across the hospitality, entertainment and music venue sector we are all still trying to decipher the announcement,” he told The Star. sunil said the issue that needs to be clarified is what are the music events for which either standing, or only sitting or standing at seats, is appropriate. “as a DJ i perform to a standing crowd, so i don’t think events like this should be postponed or scaled back on,” said sunil, who has two gigs booked to perform in both Limerick and Dublin this weekend. Jail for man who struck a protester ■■Declan BRENNAN a Man who hit a woman on the head with a wooden post during an anti-lockdown rally last year has been jailed for two years. Judge Martin nolan described the attack by Louth man Michael Quinn (30) on Ruth O’Rourke – aKa izzy Kamikaze – as cowardly. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday heard how on september 12 last year Ms Kamikaze (58) had attended a rally near Custom House in support of front line workers. she later encountered a further protest against Covid lockdown regulations outside Leinster House where Mr Quinn hit her with the post. Coward Ms Kamikaze yesterday said that after being struck she fell. she said she lay on the ground for 10 seconds with protestors “baying” for her blood. “Ten seconds is a long time to listen to that chanting. Ten seconds is a long time to listen to a mob baying for your blood,” she said. “i thought i was about to die or receive lifethreatening injuries,” Ms Kamikaze said. Quinn, of Market street, ardee, Louth, had entered a guilty plea to assault causing harm. Cancer challenge THE pandemic has posed many chal- for delivering cancer services in ■lenges Ireland, an Oireachtas committee has been told. Professor Risteard O Laoide, the ■national director of the Cancer Control Programme, said the pandemic has been a “particularly difficult” time for people living with cancer. But despite challenges, breast cancer clinics have continued. VLAD SNUB TO G20 SUMMIT Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the G20 summit in Rome in person this month, but will take part in it via video link, the Kremlin said in a statement yesterday. The Kremlin said Putin informed italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi about his plans in a telephone call during which they also discussed the situation in afghanistan and bilateral issues. ASSAULT: Michael Quinn VIDEO LINK: Putin Impact on victims LOCKDOWN had a serious effect on ■survivors of sexual abuse, with more victims than ever trying to get help. This is according to charity One In Four, which moved online to adapt. Chief Maeve Lewis said: “Lockdown had a ■devastating impact on survivors of child sexual abuse. Once the busyness of everyday life was removed, people had too much time to think about the past.”

ISEIR 6 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 EX-GARDA’s CHILLING ‘SHAME’: Lt Gen Clancy Action due on Army abuse THE Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces has directed that a series of “immediate action” responses be carried out to issues regarding workplace behaviour and organisational culture within the Army. It comes amid a slew of sexual abuse allegations that have been made by female members of the Defence Forces. “We must ensure that these behaviours are not repeated or tolerated,” Lieutenant General Sean Clancy said. Network He added: “Having met with the Defence Forces’ women’s network on a number of occasions, I was deeply concerned and ashamed that the issues of sexual harassment, harassment and discrimination that we believed we had consigned to the past remain in our organisation today. “There is no place for any form of abuse, or failure to act on any form of inappropriate behaviour within our organisation.” Thief in jail for robbing elderly A CONVICTED sex offender who burgled three homes in a gated retirement complex in the middle of lockdown has been jailed for 45 months. Felix Moorehouse (19) of West Pier Halting Site, Dun Laoghaire, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to three burglaries and an attempted burglary at the Dublin complex on January 14, 2021. The court heard that each of the residents was over 90 years old and two of the victims met Moorehouse when he was in their home. Cash, bank cards, expensive jewellery of sentimental value and a phone were stolen. Moorehouse has 25 previous convictions, including one for sexual assault. ‘I hope Larry is convicted and jailed for killing Deirdre’ INTERVIEW: Tosh with Star reporter Michael O’Toole ‘HIS COLD EYES HAVE ALWAYS STAYED WITH ME’ A RETIRED garda who faced opened up on how he briefly met Murphy down Larry Murphy a year in the Kildare/Wicklow area in late 1997 EXCLUSIVE or early 1998, before his suspected murder of Deirdre and the attack on the before he raped and tried to kill a woman today declares: “I met ■■Michael O’TOOle Carlow woman. Award-winning crime journalist a monster.” Mr Lavery told The Star he was in the “I will never forget how cold and calculated he was,” former Garda diver A decision from the DPP is expected in interaction with Murphy — one that he area one day when he had a personal Tosh Lavery tells The Star. the coming weeks, as gardai continue to remembers to this day. And he also says he believes Murphy search an area of woodland at Usk Speaking in his home city of Waterford, — under suspicion for the kidnap and Little, around 15 km from Deirdre’s Mr Lavery said: “I was cycling in the murder of missing student Deirdre Jacob home and on the Kildare-Wicklow border for any trace of her. with him. area and I had a bit of a confrontation (18) in Kildare in 1998 — is a would-be murderer. That search was ordered after a cold “I remember he was in his white van “I have always believed he is capable case review pointed to a witness statement from a man who there. and I asked him what he was doing of murdering someone,” Mr Lavery said. saw someone dragging “He just opened the van window a “It would come as no a heavy item from a car crack so that he could hear me, but he surprise to me if he did. at the site on the didn’t answer me. And nothing would give evening Deirdre “He just stared at me. I will never forget the coldness in his eyes. me greater pleasure vanished. than for Deirdre to be The site is also just 14 “After a few moments, he looked away found and for him to km from the site at from me to his passenger and motioned charged and convicted Spinan’s Cross in Co him to get out of the van.” of her murder.” Wicklow where Murphy was caught Sense Trace attempting to murder Mr Lavery said he thought no more Murphy (56) is currently living in the abducted and savagely February 2000 that Murphy, who was a woman he had about the incident, until he learned in shadows in England, raped in Co Carlow in then a carpenter in Baltinglass, Co but gardai are awaiting February 2000, and Wicklow, had been arrested for the kidnap, rape and attempted murder of a word on whether they gardai fear it forms a will be allowed to killing ground for him. woman in Carlow town. charge him with Murphy was not Mr Lavery said: “It was the talk of the Deirdre’s murder. known to gardai before area and a friend rang me to tell me the She vanished outside the Carlow rape and man I had the row with was Larry her home in Newbrigde VANISHED: Deirdre Jacob attempted murder, but Murphy and he had just been arrested in Co Kildare in July now Tosh Lavery has for the rape of a woman. 1998 and gardai have come forward to tell “Everything made sense to me, asked the Director of Prosecutions for The Star for the first time of his own and I looked at our meeting with fresh him to be charged with her murder, even frightening incident with him. eyes. NOTORIOUS: Murphy on release though her remains have never been Mr Lavery, who retired in 2004 after “Thinking back, I realised that he from Arbour Hill Prison in 2010 found. three decades in the Garda Water Unit, decided not to get involved with me

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 7 RUN-IN WITH RAPIsT PROBE: Gardai at search site for Deirdre Jacob last week when I challenged him. “I believe he did that on purpose because he did not want to come to anyone’s attention, especially me, a serving garda. “I think he just wanted to stay under the radar at all times.” Mr Lavery, who was involved in dozens of major investigations as a Garda diver and recovered countless bodies from the sea, rivers and lakes all over Ireland, told The Star he was so concerned he immediately spoke to specialist detectives probing the disappearance of women in Leinster — including Deirdre. “I made it my business to speak to EVIL: Larry Murphy appearing in court in 2001 for kidnap, rape and attempted murder them and raise Murphy with them,” he said. And he also said he was struck by Murphy’s coldness. He said: “I will never forget the coldness in his eyes. He just stared at me with an icy contempt.” Justice And he said he had no doubt he met a monster who is a would-be murderer. He said: “I know I met a monster that day. That is the word I would use to describe him. “And, having looked him in the eyes and been up close and personal with him, I have absolutely no doubt that he MEETING: Former sergeant Tosh Lavery has recalled a confrontation with Murphy in the late 90s and (inset below) JoJo Dullard is capable of killing. I believe he has it in him to murder people.” Mr Lavery — who took part in the Garda search for Deirdre Jacob when she disappeared in July 1998 — said he suspected Murphy was behind her murder. And he told The Star he hoped and prayed he would face justice for that killing. “Nothing would give me greater pleasure than for Deirdre to be found and for him to charged and convicted of her murder,” he said. Mr Lavery also said he hoped that Murphy being charged and convicted of Deirdre’s murder would bring fresh hope to the families of other missing women, including JoJo Dullard. The 21-year-old from Callan, Co Kilkenny, disappeared from Moone in Kildare in November 1995. Like Deirdre, her case has been upgraded to murder, even though her body has not been found. Close Although Moone is also close to where Murphy was caught trying to kill his February 2000 victim, Mr Lavery does not believe he was involved in Ms Dollard’s murder. Instead, he believes she was killed by someone from south Leinster. COUPLE: Sofia and Joe Actor’s haven with the rebels US STAR Joe Manganiello revealed he has been catching up on his Irish roots after finding out his ancestors hailed from Cork. The American actor and his Modern Family star wife, Sofia Vergara, have been spotted enjoying scenic trips around Ireland in recent weeks, as he’s here to film a new TV show, Moonhaven. Manganiello has now revealed his surprise at discovering his family links trace back to the Rebel County, just before taking on his Irish gig. Exploring He said: “I found out last year that my brother and I were significantly Irish and then serendipitously, I wound up getting offered a great job in Ireland.” “Well, this past weekend I had some time off from the show and flew Sofia over to join me in exploring the land of my ancestors… Cork.” Sharing photos from his trip on Instagram, the 44-year-old added: “As you can see we ventured out to Schull and Mizen Head stopping by to pay respects to the 3,000 year old Drombeg Druid Circle.” Joe is now having his ancestry checked on Finding Your Roots. €19m is a Lotto dough... SHOPS will be flat out today as customers try their luck at winning the big Lotto jackpot which is capped at just over €19million for the sixth time. Lotto players are reminded to buy their tickets before 7.45pm tonight to be in with a chance of becoming Ireland’s largest jackpot winner ever. The top prize has been capped at €19,060,800 for five draws so far with players at lower prize tiers benefiting from a bigger payout. Meanwhile, two lucky players from Cavan and Kildare were celebrating generous wins of €640,859 each following last Saturday night’s draw.

8 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 WHO’s BEEN A BADGE BOY? fake: Stephen Magee (45) Sentenced: Stephen MaGee and the ‘07 black Renault car that he used to pass himself of as a Garda. Photo: Mick O’neill. FAKE GARDA SENT TO JAIL Driver flashed illegal blue lights at actual gardai tHIS man has been jailed for three months for impersonating a garda — after he flashed blue lights at an unmarked patrol car. Stephen Magee from Baldoyle, North Dublin, a fan of Garda memorabilia, was caught after he flashed unauthorised blue lights from his black Renault Megane at an unmarked Garda car in front of him — alerting the two plain clothes officers inside. The officers believed they were being pulled over at the time by another Garda vehicle — only to find Mr Magee, who admitted he was not a member of An Garda Siochana, and claimed he’d flashed them by “accident.” Our exclusive pictures show Magee (45), who has now been suspended from driving, getting into the ‘07 Renault he was caught in on April 9 of last year — which also contained inside a fake Garda badge and radio scanner. The former haulage driver first told gardai at the scene that he “trains” Garda members, members of the Emergency Response Unit (ERU) and members of Dublin Fire Brigade. However Dublin District Court yesterday heard that he later retracted that claim under caution — once gardai made enquiries and found no evidence that that was the case. The Dubliner, who the court heard lost his job following the arrest, claimed to gardai that he had “accidentally” turned on the blue lights with his EXCLUSIVE ■■Paul HEALY Chief Reporter knee — later changing that claim to with his hand, when pulling over near his home at Myrtle House on Baldoyle’s Grange Road. Having blue lights in a civilian vehicle is in itself an offence — but not the one he was being accused of, the court heard. Gardai initially had stopped ahead of Mr Magee after seeing his vehicle flashing blue lights — and at the time believed they were in fact being “pulled over” by another unmarked Garda car. Patrol Giving evidence before the court, Garda Collins said he was in the passenger seat of a patrol car when his colleague Garda Kerry Harmon, who was driving, received an official work phone call at around 3pm on April 9, 2020. He told the court that when his colleague took the call he noticed flashing blue lights “from the vehicle directly behind us” coming from the grille of the car. At that stage he believed the vehicle, an ‘07 Renault Megane, was indicating them to pull over and stop. He told the court his colleague drove on for a short distance before pulling in — and the Renault then pulled in behind them. Garda Collins then got out and approached the Renault, and the driver, Mr Magee, also got out of his car. “I had a conversation with the accused and wanted to figure out if he was a garda, to see what the story was really,” he told the court. Garda Collins said he produced his own identification badge informing Mr Magee that he was a serving member — but Mr Magee was evIdence: fake Ids found in the car by real gardai “hesitant” to answer his ques- tions as to whether he was an officer himself. Garda Collins said the accused then told him he trained members of the ERU, Dublin Fire Brigade and gardai — but he was not a garda himself. He then made enquiries in relation to Mr Magee’s claims and at that stage he retracted the claim under caution. After walking around the vehicle Gda Collins said he discovered further blue lights at the rear, just behind the headrest. Mr Magee then allowed the officers to search his vehicle, where they discovered a Garda badge, a sign saying ‘Fire Officer On Call’ and “some sort of a radio scanner.” The accused subsequently voluntarily allowed gardai to search his home, the court heard. There gardai said they found “unofficial garda T-Shirts” and an “old school Garda hat,” as well as a Sergeant’s badge. Arrest On April 12, 2020, Mr Magee was arrested and detained and questioned by gardai. In interview he denied that he intentionally switched on the blue lights and said “on reflection that he didn’t knock the switch with his knee but with his hand,” the court heard. The switch, located beneath Mr Magee’s steering wheel, activated the blue lights, in a similar fashion to the way it works in a normal Garda vehicle. However when asked if it is possible to accidentally trigger the switch, Garda Collins said “you would really have to manoeuvre the knee” and that he never had done so. ISEIR Council wins on appeal THE Court of Appeal has overturned a €113,000 High Court award to a man who fell off his bicycle when he went over a broken concrete ramp overlapping a cattle grid. Edward O’Riordan was 64 when the accident happened while he was out for a cycle near his home in Shannon, Co Clare, on August 3, 2014. He suffered a serious injury to his left ankle and sued Clare Co Council and Response Engineering Ltd. The council appealed the High Court decision and Mr Justice Seamus Noonan, on behalf of the three-judge CoA, “with considerable regret” allowed the appeal. Building scheme opposed A DUBLIN local authority has recommended to An Bord Pleanala that a planned €135 million ‘build to rent’ apartment scheme for former Blackrock College lands be refused on a number of grounds. As part of a 69-page planning report, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has recommended that planning permission be refused on four separate grounds for the 244 unit apartment scheme by Lioncor at lands at Cross Avenue on a site adjacent to the private fee paying school. €294k of drugs seized MORE than 15kg of drugs were uncovered at a mail centre yesterday. The herbal cannabis and 3-chloromethcathinone crystals worth €294,000 were destined for addresses in Louth, Wexford and Limerick. The haul was in parcels labelled as shoe boxes and coffee bean bags that had arrived in Athlone from Spain and the Netherlands. A Revenue spokesman said: “This seizure is part of our ongoing operations targeting the importation of illegal drugs.” Prem player’s bail extended A PREMIER League footballer arrested on suspicion of child sex offences has had his bail extended until next January. The player was arrested on July 16 and interviewed by police before he was released on bail. GOT A STORY? Call 01-499 3458 or email

ISEIR COVID-19: Reframing the challenge, continuing our recovery and reconnecting COVID-19: Proceeding with Caution COVID-19 infection rates are once again increasing along with hospitalisations and ICU admissions – which means that we must all continue to proceed with caution. The resilience and solidarity of our people, however, combined with exceptional support for the vaccination programme, means that we can move forward carefully. Here are four important things to know: 1 Vaccinations work 2 Act immediately if you have symptoms Vaccination is the best means of protection against COVID-19. The vaccines are free, safe and effective.. If you experience any symptoms, you must self-isolate and get tested even if you are vaccinated. Stay at home — do not go to work, school or college. Do not socialise. 3 4 Take steps now to reduce your risk of infection Your actions influence others Vaccination does not eliminate the risk of spreading the virus. That is why it is important to wear masks, clean our hands, cover up when we cough or sneeze, choose outdoors over indoors, keep our distance, and ensure indoor spaces are well ventilated. These behaviours ARE effective - they DO work. And remember if you are in a place where guidelines are not being followed and you don’t feel safe – take your business elsewhere. Think about what you can do to support and encourage all of the people around you to stay safe - your work colleagues, your clients and customers, your family members and friends. The following measures will continue for the time being: COVID-19 Pass — Proof of vaccination or recovery (e.g. Digital Covid Certificate) is necessary for access to indoor hospitality and events. Keep your distance as an important protective measure. Wear a face covering in the appropriate settings. Return to workplace continues on a phased and cautious basis Wear a face covering in the appropriate settings. We will have to live with the virus for some time to come. We must continue to work together so that it causes minimal disruption to our lives. For further information please go to

10 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 9-YEAR-OLD’S TRAUMA ISEIR €8m award to Caitlin and apology from Cork hospital ‘FAILURE TO ACT’ DURING BIRTH CORK University Maternity Hospital has apologised unreservedly to a nine-year-old girl for the life changing injuries caused to her at the time of her birth. The apology was read out in the High Court as Caitlin Twomey, Ballincollig, Co Cork settled her legal action with one of the highest interim settlements of €8 million. Damages in the case will be assessed when the case comes back before the court in ten years time. Caitlin’s counsel Dr John O’Mahony SC with Cian O’Mahony BL told the court the little girl has cerebral palsy, is unable to safely walk unaided and can only say some words. By the time she was seven years of age, the little girl had only two words: go and dad. “She is profoundly disabled. She requires 24/7 care,” Dr O’Mahony said. Counsel told the court there were “red flags” during labour which went unobserved and misunderstood and Caitlin suffered very serious brain damage and is profoundly disabled. Liability in the case was admitted in August of this year. ■■Grace TRESTON A letter of apology from the Cork University Maternity Hospital (CUMH) clinical director Professor John Higgins was read to the High Court said: “On behalf of CUMH, I would like to apologise unreservedly to you and Caitlin and family for the life changing injuries caused to Caitlin at the time of delivery in CUMH on December 13, 2011.” Regret It added: “We know that Caitlin, you and your family have faced enormous difficulties since these events and we want to express our sincere regret to Caitlin you and your family for what has happened.” Caitlin had through her mother Michelle Twomey sued the HSE over the circumstances of her birth. It was claimed there was a failure to act in a timely and appropriate manner in response to the signs of foetal distress which it was claimed were permitted to continue and to worsen. It was further claimed there was a failure to take the necessary step of stopping the administering of syntocinon, a drug used to bring on labour. SETTLEMENT: Caitlin at court and (inset) with her mam who said that the ordeal left her ‘profoundly disabled’ PARENTS LOST BABY SOPHIE An InqUEST into the death ■■Sean McCARTHAIGH Anneke Wolterink admitted running out of the room.” of a newborn baby girl whose it was difficult to know how She said she had no idea mother enjoyed a “textbook” the baby was doing because anything was wrong and pregnancy heard very few Dublin District Coroner’s of the poor quality of CTG there was no sign of anything recordings of her foetal Court also heard that recordings, which monitors abnormal until her husband, heartbeat were available in Sophie’s mother, Karen the baby’s heartbeat. Kevin, came back to her the hour before her birth Kennedy, had an uneventful crying. three years ago. pregnancy as well as a first Emotion Mr Kennedy sobbed as he Several midwives from the stage of labour with no Both of Sophie’s parents recounted how his wife got to national Maternity Hospital advanced warning of any were overcome with emotion hold Sophie for the first time in Dublin gave evidence that difficulties before the baby while giving evidence. after her life support had difficulties were experienced was born looking “limp, pale Choking back tears, Ms been switched off. in obtaining readings of the and white”. Kennedy recounted: “I “It was both beautiful and heartbeat of baby Sophie Cross-examined by solicitor, Roger Murray, for a dark mop of hair and some- The inquest resumes remember only briefly seeing heartbreaking,” he recalled. Kennedy in the lead up to her birth on March 5, 2018. Sophie’s parents, midwife one grabbing her and today. GRIEF: Karen and Kevin Kennedy MOVE: Mr Donnelly A&E is saved in town A HOSPITAL emergency department was yesterday saved after protests. Health Minister Stephen Donnelly halted HSE plans to close the A&E unit in Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan, Co Meath. A proposal to close the Intensive Care unit was also shelved for now. Protest The HSE proposed the closures in 2013 but locals and politicians fought the bid. But then the HSE decided to close it within weeks. However, Mr Donnelly clarified that the A&E will remain open. DEVOTION: Pope Behind pray wall... THE Vatican has rolled out its latest ‘Click to Pray’ app, offering a personal planner among new functions for a new digital “praying experience” in a fast-paced world. Peace In its own miniversion of a Silicon Valley-type unveiling, seven Church officials took part in a news conference to illustrate Click to Pray 2.0, the first major update since its launch in 2016. The app gives users specific intentions for which they can pray together with Pope Francis, such as peace in a particular part of the world.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 11 GLAM COUPLE’S SPLIT SHOCK Punters’ bet for MAURA NOW HOME ALONE different Island FORMER Love Island star Maura Higgins has been tipped to appear in this year’s I’m A Celebrity after her rumoured split from Giovanni Pernice. Bookies have been forced to slash her odds to 7/2 from 6/1 to appear on the reality TV show following the flurry of bets. Other Irish celebs who could possibly make the cut include Greg O’Shea at 8/1 and Vogue Williams at 12/1. Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes said: “Maura Higgins would be such a fun addition to the I’m A Celeb line-up next month. With rumours flying, the odds are starting to suggest that a stint in the Welsh castle is very likely.” MOVING ON: Maura shared snaps of lovely new home Star unveils new pad but stays coy on goss ■■Katie gallagher Maura Higgins broke her silence as rumours flew of a split with her boyfriend yesterday — by sharing snaps of her new apartment. Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice reportedly dumped the Irish reality star and model because he didn’t want to “settle down”. The professional dancer (31) is said to have split with the Irish Love Island star two weeks ago, leaving her “utterly heartbroken”. Taking to Instagram for the first time since rumours began circulating, Maura shared a video of her glamorous new home with her 3.3 million followers. In a clip, that showed off a glass dining table with white flowers, a silver mirror and velvet sofa in her new home, she said: “New place is finally coming together — I totally forgot how stressful moving is.” Break Posting a picture of her lunch, she added: “Well deserved break from unpacking.” The Irish bombshell has been dating Giovanni since June and it was believed that the former lovebirds were set to move in with one another this month. But both parties appeared to confirm the split this week by deleting all trace of each other from their social media channels. The busy stars’ “suitcase lives” and work commitments have reportedly been blamed for t h e s h o c k break-up. Giovanni has been flat out in recent weeks working on Strictly Come Dancing 24/7, while Maura s pent we e k s presenting the new Glow Up series in Ireland. IT’S OVEr: Maura and (inset) with Giovanni Your Vision, Our Future The public consultation of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare Have your say at:

12 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR IRISH WORLD CUP BID ‘IS STILL ALIVE’ NEW STORE: Krispy Kreme in Dublin Kreme of the shop to expand KRISPY Kreme is set to open its much-hyped second store in the country next month in north Co Dublin. And it is expected the donut maker’s Swords outlet will be a massive hit on the northside of the capital — similar to when it opened its first store in West Dublin three years ago. The Blanchardstown store has enjoyed huge success locally since it opened in 2018 and it became the company’s best performer worldwide in its first year of operation. However, such was the popularity of the store, which serves hand-crafted donuts, it had to close its 24-hour drive through service within days of opening it, following reports of heavy traffic queuing up and excessive noise by local residents. Outlet The American outlet had said that the response to the Blanchardstown store’s opening was “beyond initial expectations.” It’s second store will now be located at Swords Pavilions Shopping Centre, creating several jobs, including delivery drivers and store workers. Ireland Country Manager Declan Foley said: ”We are thrilled to open our second store.” ‘Fly me to the moon’ RUSSIAN film director Klim Shipenko said yesterday he was up for making a movie on the moon or even Mars after returning from 12 days of shooting aboard the International Space Station that transformed his ideas about the possibilities of cinema. Shipenko and actress Yulia Peresild returned to Earth on Sunday after gathering more than 30 hours of material for The Challenge, billed as the first space movie and hailed by Russian media as a world-beating achievement. Asked about a possible sequel, Shipenko told reporters: “We believe space cinema should be filmed in space.” PLANS to bring the World Cup to Ireland have ramped up a notch. Government ministers have agreed to set up a company to prepare a bid to bring the FIFA World Cup here in 2030. Minister for Sport, Jack Chambers, brought the issue to Cabinet yesterday where he told his Government colleagues that plans are picking up pace in the process. The potential bid would be a joint one with the UK and would be worth “hundreds of millions” of euro to the Irish economy if successful. The formal bid must be in early next year, with FIFA to make a decision in 2024. The World Cup is up there with the Olympics as one of the top two sporting events in the world. ■ Ferghal bLANEY A spokesman for the Minister for Sport said: “Officials from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media along with the football associations and government partners of the UK and Ireland continue to undertake feasibility work to assess the viability of a bid before FIFA formally open the bidding process in 2022. “A wide range of factors will be examined during this feasibility study prior to any final decision to bid. “A bid company is being established to help direct and oversee this work. “Both the Irish Government and the FAI will make nominations to the board of this bid company. “If a decision is Whale hello there... THIS huge whale shark ●was so keen to be chums with a labrador it stuck its head out of the ocean so the dog could kiss it. Jade Pursell was diving with a friend off Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia, when the inquisitive fish swam up to their boat. The 22ft shark popped ●up feet from Jade’s pet Sailor, letting the taken to bid, the opportunity to stage a FIFA World Cup would provide an incredible opportunity to deliver tangible benefits for our countries.” The goal to bring the World Cup to these islands was raised in the House of Commons yesterday as well. MPs asked at a committee meeting if the bid was bust after the debacle when fans broke through security barriers in Wembley amid the Euros final between England and Italy. UEFA slapped a fine on the FA in Britain over the chaos in July. Horror Chief operating officer of UK Sport, Simon Morton told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee: “It was pretty horrific and it was the opposite of what we want big sporting events to feel like. “However, I don’t think it’s reflective of how this country organises sporting events. We have an excellent reputation for hosting safe and secure events.” eight-year-old mutt touch it snout to snout. Dive instructor Jade ●(28) said: “Sailor had never met a whale shark before. I always hoped she would but that was by far better than I had ever imagined. “Sailor sniffed and ● kissed the shark. I was so happy... it was such an innocent interaction, I felt so lucky to see it.” CHAOS: Fans storm Wembley before the Euro 2020 final; (left) Chambers wants Ireland to host Cup No prison for robber who wanted jail time SENTENCE FOR CAFE RAID IS SUSPENDED A RObbER who admitted to a crime because he wanted to be put in prison has received fully suspended sentences. Dylan Deegan (24) was on bail for two previous robberies when he entered the Insomnia Cafe in Belgard Square West, Tallaght, Dublin, and demanded money from the till. Staff threw money at him and he ran out. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that a solicitor later contacted gardai and said a man had just walked into the office and said he wanted to hand himself in as he had just committed a robbery. Deegan, of The Grove, Belgard Heights, Tallaght, pleaded guilty to robbery of €684 from Cash for Clothes in Tallaght and production of a knife on July 2, 2020 and to the robbery of Insomnia on February 17, 2021. He further pleaded guilty to an earlier robbery of a man at the Back Lane Hostel on April 21, 2020. He has 15 previous convictions for offences including aggravated burglary, robbery, public order and assault. Judge Melanie Greally previously Deegan sentenced to ■ Sonya McLEAN and Brion hobAN three-and-a-half years in prison for a violent mugging in April 2020, after he and another man lured a homeless man into a laneway and robbed him. Offence Passing sentence yesterday, Judge Greally said the final offence was committed with the intention of being detected and incarcerated, with Deegan having “effectively turned himself in” . Judge Greally sentenced Deegan to three years’ imprisonment for the robbery in July 2020 and 18 months’ imprisonment for the robbery in February 2021. The judge then suspended both sentences on strict conditions.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 13 HIT TV SHOWS TO RETURN FEARS: Danny and Brendan Brown’s back for a fright... MRS. Brown’s Boys star Danny O’Carroll has said his “stomach is turning” with nerves as he announced a Halloween live show. The BBC confirmed the sitcom will return for the one-off special performance on October 29 to mark 10 years since the comedy aired. Danny – who plays Buster in the hit show – said: “We’re going live on BBC1 with an episode of Mrs Brown’s Boys Friday 29. Should be good fun for ‘You’. My stomach is turning just writing this.” His father Brendan, the show’s creator who plays Agnes Brown, said: “It’s a thrill to do another ‘live’ show. It’ll be so wonderful to see them nervous all over again.” KIN BACK WITH A BANG A SEconD series of the smash-hit crime drama Kin is likely to be approved before christmas. Top RTE executives will meet with their main partners Bron Studios in the coming weeks to see if they will proceed with another series. The show has had impressive ratings in Ireland but has also been sold and streamed across the globe. The reaction of viewers has been very positive in N o r t h A m e r i c a , Australia, South America and New Zealand. It is also being screened across Scandinavia. AMC+ — who also show SERIES: Aidan Gillen as mob boss Frank in show ■■John KIERANS The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul, and Killing Eve — bought the bulk of the global streaming rights . Scripts An RTE source said: “Kin is quality drama. The cast and the scripts are superb. Numbers wise it is now up there with the very first series of Love/Hate. “Over 1.2 million people watched it on the RTE Player which is an incredible figure in a country of five million people. “It is also being New season to be given green light watched by 600,000 people every Sunday night which is in incredible. “Obviously we have to speak to our partners but would be very hopeful a second series will go ahead. “The final decision will be made before Christmas and we would expect filming to resume in the new year,” added the source. GRIPPInG: A scene from the violent crime drama A NEW MATTRESS FROM MICK WILL DO THE TRICK! COOLOCK UNIT 3 MALAHIDE ROAD IND PARK. 01 - 677 2485 NAAS RD (NEXT TO WOODIES) DUBLIN 12. 01- 4604722 DROGHEDA THE MELL, DROGHEDA, 041 9803879 WATERFORD WESTGATE RETAIL PARK, TRAMORE ROAD (051) 317 574 CARLOW FOUR LAKES RETAIL PARK 059 9133388 TIPPERARY DUBLIN ROAD ROSCREA 050 524549 ATHLONE BLYRY BUSINESS PARK BALLYMAHON ROAD ATHLONE 100% IRISH MADE MATTRESSES

14 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR OUR WORLD: SPORTING INJURIES WARNING AS PLAYERS ARE PUT AT RISK ■■Sean MccARTHAIGH An “unAcceptAbly high rate” of inter-county hurlers suspected of having sustained a concussion during a game are allowed to resume play without adequate assessment, according to a new medical study. An analysis of potential concussive events during all inter-county hurling league and championship matches in 2018 and 2019 found only 10 out of 43 players who showed one or more signs of concussion were removed from play. Researchers from University College Cork’s School of Medicine claim their findings show that action is needed from the GAA to ensure there is a consistent application of standardised concussion assessment across Gaelic games. They said similar findings from associated research on inter-county players in Gaelic football suggested that current concussion training programmes by the GAA have had limited success. Guidelines Awareness of sports-related concussion has increased in recent years and led to the GAA introducing guidelines in 2018 which recommend players with suspected concussion be removed immediately from play and medically assessed using a protocol that takes a minimum of 10 minutes to complete. However, one of the study’s co-authors, Darek Sokol-Randell, said researchers were unable to identify any assessments in line with the protocol from their analysis of 183 potential concussive events during 82 competitive inter-county hurling matches during the 2018 and 2019 seasons. “The use of a standardised assessment protocol must be enforced to ensure that concussions are not missed and that players only return to play if it is safe to do so,” said Mr Sokol-Randell. The study said because hurling is by its nature a fast-paced contact sport that places players at risk of concussion, it is imperative that concussion management guidelines are followed. It also noted that players who suffer a second head injury before a primary concussion is resolved are at risk of a severe condition called secondimpact syndrome — which can result in catastrophic brain swelling and even death. Mr Sokol- Randell said that while the phenomenon has never AlARM: Sokol-Randell been officially docu mented in Gaelic games, it is extremely dangerous. “It is important that players are made aware of these risks and feel reassured by the systems in place to protect them,” said Mr Sokol-Randell. He added: “While it is impossible to eliminate concussion from sports entirely, it is imperative that sporting leagues take measures to optimise the identification, assessment and substitution of athletes suspected of having sustained a concussion.” Assessments The video analysis of suspected concussion incidents found 86.3% of affected players were assessed by medical personnel. Of these, 81 per cent of assessments lasted less than one minute. However, the study found a strong association between the number of concussion signs and the length of the assessment. A potentially concussive event (PCE) is ‘Hurl lot of concussions get ignored’ FASt-pAceD: the study found that hurlers are often rushed back into play after suffering a blow to the head OUR WORLD defined as any incident where a player is unable to resume play in a meaningful capacity within five seconds of a direct and visible head contact. Just seven per cent of players were removed from play following a PCE — a total of 13 players, of which 10 had shown one or more visible signs of concussion. The analysis shows 25 players suffering a PCE received no assessment before returning to play. In another finding, five out of seven players visibly bleeding following a PCE were either temporarily or permanently removed from play. The study noted that a 2017 survey found 54 per cent of GAA athletes had reported a personal history of concussion with 44 per cent having experienced a blackout on two or more occasions. DAnGeRS: players are at high risk of suffering concussion Hoy en la Historia October 20, 2011 Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who ruled Libya with a dictatorial grip for 42 years, was killed when revolutionary forces overwhelmed his home town of Sirte 1935: Mao Zedong’s forces ended their Long March in northern China, a year after fleeing Chiang Kai-shek’s forces 1947: An investigation into Communist infiltration of Hollywood began, blacklisting people for years 2002: Blue Stream, the world’s deepest underwater pipeline, was opened between Russia and Turkey 2020: NASA’s OSIRIS-REx probe successfully touched down on the asteroid Bennu to collect samples Picture: Associated Press © GRAPHIC NEWS Change needed in both sports WhIlE hurlers were found to be less likely than footballers to suffer bleeding as a result of a PCE due to their use of helmets and face guards, the study said the perceived reduction in risk could extend to sideline medical staff assessing and removing injured players from play. It noted there was less adherence to the blood substitute rule in hurling, possibly due to the disguising effect of helmets. The study’s other coauthor, Mario Pasquale Rotundo, said the finding underscored the importance of removing players suspected of concussion so they may remove their helmet to be thoroughly assessed. he recommended education training programmes for players, coaches, volunteers and parents are promoted and made available at all ADVIce: Mr Rotundo levels to promote a grassroots change. Analysis The study also recommended video analysis each season to provide quality assurance that an appropriate level of care is being offered to players. “Increased oversight from the GAA is necessary to ensure its training events are producing the intended effects and that its concussion management guidelines are reaching players on the pitch,” said Mr Rotundo.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 15 name change: West A b-Ye to old Kanye KANYE West has legally changed his name to just Ye. The rapper (44) had his request approved by a court in Los Angeles. Ye will have no middle or last name either. Confirming the news on Twitter, the rapper tweeted: “The being formally known as Kanye West. I am YE.” He also shared a snap on Instagram of his bold new haircut, captioned with the Yen symbol – the sign for Japan’s yen currency. DON’T MISS pal: Roger Daltrey Music on the tracks MusIC mogul Pete Waterman invited rocker Roger Daltrey round to his house to play with his model train set. The talent judge (74) has collected mini railways for the last 68 years, and he loves showing off his engines to his famous friends and fellow train buffs, who include The Who frontman Jools Holland (63). Pete said: “Roger Daltrey is into trains in a big way. He’s been to my house to play.” 1 2 3 9 4 PAGES! 4 PACKED Pages 32-35 Keith Falkiner FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: @KEITHFALKINER HEALTH SERVICE IS A SHAMBLES mIXeD Bag: The hitman tries to get Frank in KIn; and (inset) eamon goes on a drug themed retreat with his ex wife HITS AND MISS ● I CAN’T say I’m the biggest fan of RTE’s crime drama Kin. With its D4 locations, wooden accents and a baby-faced hitman who looks more like he should be auditioning for a boyband, it just doesn’t convince as a gritty Dublin gangland show. But I do like the wackier sto- that have popped up, ●rylines such as family gang boss Frank trying to set up a sexual dalliance with a hunky young lad on Grindr. ● Then when his check that Frank’s minder toyboy goes is to kosher, he gets his head blown off. Meanwhile, Frank’s arch enemy, the aging gangster Eamon Cunningham, goes for a mindbending trip to an Ayahuasca retreat with his dying wife. ● I’ve never had the balls to try the psychoactive brew Ayahuasca, but from what I hear, the Kin writers got it spot on. so a bualadh bos for that. Unvaccinated get blame for Government failings aS SURe as a groundhog will go into hibernation, npheT has arisen from its own momentary slumber to cast a shadow of new covid curbs on the country. The omens certainly weren’t good last week when Deputy Chief Medical Officer Ronan Glynn went off on a solo run to declare that people should continue to work from home. His fellow risk averse zealot, Prof Phillip Nolan, went a step further as he declared anyone who pops outdoors with a sniffle these days to be as bad as a drink driver. Maybe if Irish families had access to rapid antigen tests in their homes, people wouldn’t have to go outdoors to a testing centre to discover the source of their runny nose or cough. It can’t be forgotten, of course, that Prof Nolan once described those offering antigen tests as “snake oil salesman”. Speaking of which, we seem to have ventured a long way off from when publicans were describing the Government’s plans to introduce the discriminatory vaccine certs for indoor hospitality as “like Nazism”. On the day that phrase appeared on the front page of The star on June 30 of this year, both the Licensed Vintners Association and the Vintners Federation of Ireland described the vaccine cert as a “discriminatory and unenforceable” plan that would create a two-tier society. Reversal On the same day, Labour leader Alan Kelly blabbed on about how the Government would learn a lesson for pushing this practice of discrimination, and would have to rescind the plan. Not only did the vaccine cert come to pass, but, fast forward a few months, and DOOm anD glOOm: those in the hospitality prof phillip nolan industry who were initially against it are now begging the Government to keep it going, for fear they will be hit with new restrictions. With all eyes now on those dastardly people who haven’t taken a vaccine, they are inevitably getting the blame for any remaining restrictions. Which means the Government are once again getting a free pass on the absolute shambles of a hospital system they preside over. PET TAX IS RIP-OFF THE value that a pet like a cat or a dog can bring to a household is priceless. Yet anyone already being stiffed for eye-watering rent would baulk at having to pay extra to have them live in their home. In this rip-off Republic, pet rent is now the latest way the greedy can squeeze a few more quid out of people struggling to pay their bills. Greed This issue came to the fore earlier in the week when a man who went to view an apartment in north Dublin was told he would have to shell out €75 extra a month for his two cats. Talk about rich landlords — in this case a real estate developer — getting their claws into hardpressed renters. Surely their greed has gone too fur this time though.

16 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR ‘Pig exports are snout of order’ Defamed ambulance driver’s €32k compo ‘Reckless’ DRink-DRive GARDA cAll A GArDA alert for an ambulance driver suspected of drink driving was based on “a criminal complaint” by a senior HSE nurse manager that “was wholly without foundation”, a court has heard. The hSE was ordered to pay €32,500 in damages to paramedic gary Fitzpatrick (46) of Murroe, co Limerick, after finding he was defamed by a senior hSE nurse manager on March 26, 2017. At Ennis circuit court, Judge Brian O’callaghan said that Assistant Director of nursing (ADn) at Ennis general hospital, ■■Gordon DEEGAN carol cotter was “reckless” in making “the criminal complaint”. Judge O’callaghan said she made the allegation “without honest belief” from the point of view of the Defamation Act 2009. Judge O’callaghan said that if Mr Fitzpatrick had not self-presented at killaloe garda Station to take a breath test to disprove the allegation on the day, “undoubtedly, he would have been stopped at some stage by gardai, arrested and brought into a station”. The court heard when he did present himself to gardai for a breath test — which turned out to be negative — the garda said into his radio: “Stand down, the ambulance has self presented”. A blood test was also negative for alcohol. The court heard carol cotter called gardai in Limerick after two nurses at Ennis general hospital told her there may have been a smell of alcohol from Mr Fitzpatrick’s breath. Angry however, Judge O’callaghan said the two nurses concerned were “angry” after a stand-off that they had earlier with Mr Fitzpatrick. he said there were many steps that Ms cotter should have taken before taking the “drastic action”. Ms Cotter told the court she felt compelled to act on the nurses’ information. The judge O’callaghan also ordered that the hSE pay Mr Fitzpatrick’s costs in the case. ANIMAL welfare campaigners protested ● outside of Leinster House yesterday following an announcement by the Government of a trade deal to export live pigs to China. Father Ted star Pauline McLynn joined the demonstration alongside activist Martha Garcia Matteo dressed up as an air hostess. Campaign groups Ethical Farming Ireland ● and My Lovely Pig rescue are calling for a U-turn to the decision to go ahead with “cruel and inhumane” flights of live pigs to China. And (inset) protesters dressed up as the Three Little Pigs to urge the Government not to allow livestock to be sent on long-distance flights. HEArING: Mr Fitzpatrick and (left) Ms Cotter ACCUSED: Irmgard (96) Woman in court on WWII charges A 96-YEAR-old german woman who was caught shortly after going on the run ahead of a court hearing last month on charges of committing war crimes during World War Two appeared before a judge yesterday in the northern town of itzehoe. irmgard Furchner, accused of having contributed as an 18-year-old to the murder of 11,412 people when she was a typist at the Stutthof concentration camp between 1943 and 1945, was taken into the sparse courtroom in a wheelchair. her face was barely visible behind a white mask and scarf pulled low over her eyes. Prisoners Security was heavy as the judge and legal staff made their way into the court. Between 1939 and 1945 some 65,000 people died of starvation and disease or in the gas chamber at the concentration camp near gdansk, in today’s Poland. They included prisoners of war and Jews caught up in the nazis’ extermination campaign. The trial was postponed after Furchner left her home early on September 30 and went on the run for several hours, before being later detained. New tool for comm hackers A hAcking group with suspected ties to china burrowed into mobile telephone networks around the world and used specialized tools to grab calling records and text messages from telecommunication carriers, a U.S. cybersecurity company said yesterday. crowdStrike said the group, which it dubbed LightBasin, had been acting since at least 2016, but had more recently been detected wielding tools that are among the most sophisticated yet discovered. Telecoms companies have long been a top target, with attacks or attempts seen from china, Russia, iran, and others.

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18 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Over 20 kids wait on beds THERE were 21 kids waiting on beds in Irish hospitals yesterday as trolley numbers continue to soar. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation reported 416 patients waiting for beds yesterday, with 323 in the emergency department, while 93 are in wards elsewhere in the hospital. The worst-hit were University Hospital Limerick with 55 while University Hospital Galway had 52. However, seven other hospitals also reported more than 20 people waiting. In the Eastern Region, Naas General Hospital was the most impacted. Web link delays blasted THE delayed rollout of broadband in rural areas is “just not good enough”, according to TD Denis Naughten. The TD has called on officials to explain why some families given a target date for a fibre connection were told this has been pushed back half a decade. He said: “The current Programme for Government, published after COVID-19 hit, promised to fast-track the delivery of high speed broadband to every home in Ireland but all we have seen since then is delay after delay.” Effort to loan cash not legal A LOAN firm has been called out by the Central Bank of Ireland. RapidLoans Ireland is not authorised by banking chiefs to provide financial services. A spokeswoman said: “RapidLoans Ireland (Ireland) is advertising loans on its website but it holds no authorisation from the Central Bank as a Retail Credit firm. “It is a criminal offence for an unauthorised firm/ person to provide financial services in Ireland that would require an authorisation.” Fertility clinics see success A FERTILITY clinic is set to open in Co Limerick later this month. Sims IVF are opening the satellite clinic following feedback and demand from their already successful Cork clinic. GOT A STORY? Call 01-499 3458 or email KIM GOES BALLISTIC WITH SUB MISSILE SOuTH Korea’s military ■ says North Korea has fired at least one ballistic missile into the sea that was likely designed to be launched from a submarine. The launch of the missile into the sea came hours after the uS reaffirmed an offer to resume talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme. South Korea’s Joint ■ Chiefs of Staff said it detected one short-range rocket Haul-Ireland rap for gold dealer... HEARING: John Peddubriwny (69) that it believed was a submarine-launched ballistic missile fired from waters near the eastern port of Sinpo. ■ North Korea last tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile in October 2019. The country’s leader Kim Jong un is “developing submarine-launched ballistic missiles because he wants a FEARS: Tyrant Kim (above) and a man watches a TV news report in Seoul showing a North Korean missile test MAN BOUGHT STOLEN WINNER MEDAL ■■Tom TUITE the theft and spared the medal, which has been recovered. guilty plea, cooperation and admissions when interviewed. Pleading for leniency, his He said the offence was barrister said his client caused by recklessness. was from England Peddubriwny, a carer originally but has for his wife, is lived in Ireland for unlikely to come 13 years. As a before the courts result, he was not again and no aware of the significance longer works in of the the gold busi- GAA medal. ness, the defence He had no previous said. criminal He also wishes convictions and to visit family had set up the members in business with his Australia and brother, who later America during his A “RECKLESS” gold dealer who bought and sold a stolen All-Ireland winner’s medal has been remanded on bail pending sentence. John Peddubriwny (69), of Camac Park, Bluebell, Dublin, pleaded guilty to possessing stolen property yesterday. It follows an investigation after the 1987 medal, won by former Meath footballer Martin O’Connell, was taken with other items from his parents’ home on November 17, 2020. Judge Treasa Kelly adjourned sentencing at Dublin District Court for a probation report to be drafted. The court heard Peddubriwny more survivable nuclear deterrent able to blackmail his neighbours and the united States,” said Prof Leif-Eric Easley of Ewha Womans university in Seoul. North Korea has been pushing hard for years to acquire ■ an ability to fire nuclear-armed missiles from submarines — the next key piece in Kim Jong un’s deadly arsenal that includes a broad range of mobile missiles and ICBMs with the potential range to reach the united States. ARSENAL: A lethal ballistic missile which was fired from a submarine by North Korea in a test launch back in 2019 worked as a “gold scrapper” on Dublin’s Francis Street. He received a call from a man who told him he had “gold for sale”, and they met on November 18. Chain He weighed and then bought the medal and other gold jewellery — an elderly woman’s wedding band, a chain and a jubilee medal, worth about €1,000. He paid €571 for them at a rate of €15 per gramme and then supplied them to another gold trader for €18.36 a gramme. The other gold items were melted down. But the second dealer became aware of media coverage of died. The defence said the person who contacted him had claimed to be his brother’s friend. Counsel asked the judge to credit Peddubriwny for his THEFT: Meath’s Martin O’Connell owned medal ISEIR retirement. Peddubriwny was remorseful and sad- dened for the victim, Judge Kelly noted. The case resumes in December.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 19 PRODUCING: Saoirse Ronan backs series IRISH actress Saoirse Ronan is going behind the camera to executive produce new US drama Girls Can’t Shoot (& Other Lies). It is based on the best-selling essay collection Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and Other Lies). Saoirse’s Lady Bird co-star Beanie Feldstein, Thor actress Kat Dennings and former Channel 4 presenter Jameela Jamil are set to star in the drama. lifestyle How to train your dog PAGES 30&31 SOAP STAR: Charlie Charlie Belfast blast CORONATION Street star Charlie Lawson is considering moving back to the North. But Charlie worries about areas of “wasteland”, particularly Belfast’s once reknowned “Golden Mile” of restaurants and nightclubs — which he claims has become “crap.” “Belfast is a mess. It’s been ruined for numerous reasons,” the Enniskillen-born actor said. “Belfast is about more than The Titanic. It needs investment.” A HAIR-D DAY OUT A RED LETTER DAY FOR UNITED FANS DEVOTED: Daire with letter and (inset) with Roy Keane Seat of Dreams reserved for Irish family MANCHESTER Utd have drafted in an Irish family in the hope of beating red-hot favourites Liverpool in the Premiership this weekend. Back in February 2020, Donegal schoolboy Daragh Curley became famous overnight when he wrote to Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp asking him to lose some games. The Glenswilly lad was left stunned when the German manager wrote back to the now 12-year-old as part of a school pen letter exercise. Daragh and his family became overnight sensations and even appeared on RTE’s Late Late Show. Now Man United have invited the Curleys to Old Trafford as their special guests for this weekend’s game against Liverpool. The family will have their own huge sofa called the Seat of Dreams from which they can watch the big game. And Daragh said he can’t wait to get ■ A ‘bad GROOM-TO-BE look’ at a pre- got wedding bash when he saw his bride was sporting a hairy face and chest. James Kelleher turned up for the ‘first look’, where the groom sees his brideto-be in her dress before the ceremony with a photographer at the ready to capture the groom’s reaction. However, fun ■loving bride Sandra Lane (34) had no intention of showing up and instead convinced the groomsman Derek Kenny to dress up and stand in to surprise her fiance. ■■Stephen MAGUIRE his revenge on Klopp and company. “Klopp was very nice to me and it was great to get his letter. But I’m a Man Utd fan and I’m very thankful I can go and see them this weekend. Game “It’s going to be a great game and I think we can beat them. I’ll write Klopp another letter if we do,” laughed the sixth class schoolboy. Dad Gordon, a Letterkenny-based solicitor, was full of praise for the people of Manchester United. He revealed: “When they heard about the letter they wrote to us and invited us over, but when Covid struck we thought that was the end of it. “However, Man United were true to their word and kept in touch and last week contacted us to ask if we would like to go to Old Trafford for the Liverpool game. We didn’t have to think about it for too long.” She said: “I had it in my head for over a year that myself and my groom James would do a ‘first look’ in our garden. “To be fair, it took a bit of ■ persuading, but Derek was super. He didn’t let me down and he fitted into the role very well. “James said he remembers the strong grip on his shoulder before he turned around. “He just fell to the floor ■ with shock and laughter. I got him good.” Despite the prank, James later said ‘I do’ to Sandra when the couple got married (inset) in a ceremony in Ballyglunin, Co Galway. MANAGER: Klopp

20 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR NEIL LETS BARN OUT OF THE DOOR nEiL Young (pictured) and crazy ★ horse are releasing their new album Barn on December 10. the record features 10 new songs and will be released by reprise records. it will be the double act’s 13th studio album since their debut Everybody Knows this is nowhere came out in 1969. Young told his fans ★ on neil Young archives: “Barn is very special. it rock. it rolls… i wish it was out now. it’s got songs that are part of these times.” in action: Young FEELinG BLUE: Katy Perry rocks in a royal blue outfit Check out the website Ed grins as star bares it Katy is an American Idol dgdgg dgdgd SinGinG superstar Katy dgdgdg Perry dress along with matching nails and ★has made it clear that the next makeup. and 20th season of the singing competition american idol will be her ★tume change for a photoshoot it was then off to a quick cos- year. with ryan Seacrest, Luke Bryan and Perry appeared looking poised Lionel richie to promote the upcoming season of the and polished in a regal blue show. ★ MYSTERY POP NUDIST ED ShEEran was horrified when he had to spend a day with a very famous pop star, who was naked. The hitmaker enjoys the trappings of pop fame, but one mystery rival took it too far. Keeping the identity of the male culprit secret, Ed explained: “We were just in a club with a shower in it and I turned around and he was naked. I remember looking at his entourage and everyone was on their phone. “He is naked and walking around doing stuff, gets in the shower and the hot tub naked, he gets out of the hot tub and I was like, ‘Does nobody think this is weird?’” But Ed was keeping schtum on the star’s identity: “And he puts on his clothes and then the night resumed, that was quite a strange situation.” Indeed, perhaps so too was the meal guests enjoyed at Ed’s intimate wedding to wife Cherry in 2019. The singer revealed they had a secret ceremony in a “tiny chapel”, adding: “We had Cherry’s dad and my wife cooked a curry. We put on the playlist and we were in bed by midnight.” Backlash Ed has burst back into the charts this year with two No1s — and he now wants to write a James Bond theme song, but fears the backlash from 007 fans. He explained: “I felt the wrath of Games Of Thrones fans for even appearing as a cameo in Game Of Thrones. “Can you imagine the wrath of Bond fans if I was the next Bond? I would do a Bond theme for sure.” Dress to dye for Una healy has ★wowed in another perfect fashion choice as she donned a stunning river island dress. the singer rocked ★the tie-dye number before her return home to ireland and it is also very affordable at just €51. She announced ★the end of her birthday trip to Majorica by sharing the stunning picture. naKED: Ed kept culprit’s identity secret SORRY, One Direc- fans – a reunion ★tion with Harry Styles seems even further away after he agreed to join a new group. That group is the Marvel Cinematic Universe as, according to US reports, Hazza will star in their next Eternals movie as Eros, brother of villainous Thanos from the previous Avengers movies. The char- is the ★acter youngest son of A’Lars and Sui- San according to Marvel folklore and is described as “womanising”. The Eternals movie starring Barry Keoghan and Angelina Jolie opens next month. No doubt Harry will look great in a Spandex dress.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 21 with Sandra Mallon Dua-in style in my way COUPLE: Shane and Sheena Shane in separation EX-BOYZONE star Shane Lynch separated from his wife Sheena during the first COVID-19 lockdown. The pair, who were used to spending months apart, found being in one another’s company so long was too much and temporarily called time on their marriage. Sheena said: “We were always together, lockdown just made that really massively intense.” “Maybe a couple of months,” she said about the length of the couple’s split. DUA Lipa is blowing ★minds, and fashion rules, with her latest double denim extravaganza. The London-babe let her wild side out in a butterfly crop top infront of some interesting Muppets artwork by FriendsWithYou artists Sam and Tury. The duo were clearly loving having Dua as a client and replied: “Our queen. Also this is prolly one of the best sculptures we made yet. Happy you have it. [Love you].” Dua Lipa (26) shared ★the snap on Instagram and wrote: “Kaybug”. Her garb comes just days after she wore a skirt with safety pins. FUNKY: Dua Lipa decked out in a racy denim style Xtina is red hot... LOOKS like Christina ★ Aguilera may have a few spare bottles of unwanted peroxide going cheap judging by her bold new look. The Genie In A Bottle star has turned redheaded to accompany her first Spanish language song in more than 20 years — a taste of what’s to come from her upcoming album. Pa’ Mis Muchachas ★ (For My Girls), out Friday, will feature Latin recording artists Becky G, Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso. Xtina (40) last released a Spanish language song all the way back in 2000, titled Mi Reflejo. Oh-Me Oh Maya MAYA Jama shows off her ★phenomenal figure in a tiny bikini as she enjoys a sun-soaked getaway. The television presenter ★shared some snaps of her getaway after she recently took part the Stand Up 2 Cancer UK. After a long five hours of rais- money for cancer ★ing research, the star shared the highlight of working with her idol Davina McCall on Instagram.

22 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR CELEBS WHO ARE olden out SCHEME: Dylan Cronin targeted blameless family Jailed for €25,000 extortion attempt A mAn who took part in an attempt to extort €25,000 from a “completely blameless” family has been jailed for 18 months. Dylan Cronin (20) and another man went to the family’s home at night, claimed one of the children was involved in drugs that had gone missing and demanded the family give them €25,000. Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard this claim was entirely false and had been concocted in order to attempt to gain the money. The blackmailers returned on two more occasions, during which property was damaged and notes were left demanding the money. Cronin, with an address at Grange Abbey Crescent, Donaghmede, Dublin, pleaded guilty to three counts of demanding money with menace at an address in malahide, Co Dublin, on September 5, September 8 and September 11, 2020. He has no previous convictions. Threats Passing sentence, Judge Patricia Ryan said this put an “enormous stress” on the family, not to mention fear. She said the offences occurred at night time at a person’s home, were planned and “veiled threats” were made. Judge Ryan said that while Cronin has said he was coerced, he was to receive two or three thousand euro for being involved in this offending behaviour. She said he allowed himself to be involved and allowed his car to be used. “It did not happen once, it did not happen twice, it happened three times,” she said. The judge said that given the serious nature of the charge, it deserved a custodial sentence. She said the court was taking “a very serious attitude” to this offending behaviour. Judge Ryan sentenced Cronin to three years’ imprisonment, but suspended the final 18 months of the sentence on strict conditions. Judge says ‘speed kills’ A JUDGE has told a court that if a motorist driving at 200 kmph crashes into someone “there is devastation and death”. Judge Mary Larkin made her comment at Ennis District Court after imposing a two year driving ban on Frankie Mongan (25) after hearing that he was detected by Gardai driving at 200 kmph when pursued on the M18 motorway ■■Brion HOBAN near the village of Newmarket on Fergus on July 7 of this year. Judge Larkin commented: “I can’t imagine a car going that fast.” Solicitor for Mr Mongan, Tara Godfrey said: “It wasn’t a car like my car. It was a car that was safely able to drive at higher speeds.” But Judge Larkin described the speed as “extraordinary”. NEW FRONTIER: Actor William Shatner and (inset) with crew on capsule Anthony Hopkins (83) — oldest Oscar-winning actor AT THE 93rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles this year, British actor Anthony Hopkins won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance as an elderly man with dementia in The Father. It was the second time Hopkins was named best actor — he won in 1992 for his role as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence Of The Lambs — which might explain BIG SLEEP: Anthony was in bed when he won the Oscar why he didn’t bother to stay up to see how the awards worked out. When his victory was announced, he was asleep in bed in Wales. It makes Anthony Hopkins the oldest ever Oscar-winning actor, an honour previously held by the late great Christopher Plummer, who was 82 when he won for Beginners in 2011. William Shatner (90) — oldest person in space FOR four decades he played Captain James T Kirk, the fearless commander of the USS Enterprise in Star Trek, yet a brief but successful flight into space reduced William Shatner to tears after he touched down at a landing site in the Texas desert. Shatner told Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos that his 11-minute journey had a profound effect on him. “I hope I never recover from this,” he said alongside his three civilian crew mates and declared himself “overwhelmed”. Bezos, who pretended to be Captain Kirk as a kid, has sold $100million (€85.96m) worth of tickets and aims to dominate the fledgling space tourism industry. Claudio Ranieri (69) — oldest current Premier League boss THE Italian takes charge of Watford for the first time tomorrow when they play Liverpool, four days before turning 70, and becomes the oldest current Premiership manager. RECORD BREAKER: Ranieri with trophy from Leicester

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 23 REFUSING TO ACT AGE... for a hero Shatner leads way to show youth how it’s done WHEN he boldly went into space for real last week, William Shatner became the world’s oldest astronaut. But the 90-year-old Star Trek legend is just one of a host of golden oldies still showing the youngsters how it’s done. Jane Fonda (83) — oldest celebrity fitness guru WHEN A-lister Jane Fonda re-released her original routines on DVD in 2015, sales went through the roof. Then lockdown turned her into TikTok’s oldest Oscar winning fitness guru. Fonda (83) who won the Best Actress gong twice in the 70s, for Klute and Coming Home, has changed her NEW AGE: Jane Fonda in 1980s and (inset) she did workouts in jail after being locked up over a climate change rally ■■Billy Ryan Whether the field of excellence is acting or painting or music, these inspirational celebrities are breaking records and winning awards at an age when most of us are taking it easy... exercise style. “I have osteoarthritis, so I can’t lift heavy weights,” she says, opting for resistance bands. ROCK ON: Elton John continues to make music Elton John (74) — first to have a UK Top 10 single in six different decades ELTON John reached a historic milestone last week with his latest single Cold Heart – a collaboration with Dua Lipa – as the first musical act to score a Top 10 single in six different decades. It has already knocked Ed Sheeran off the No 1 spot in the official UK chart. With his latest hit, the star overtakes the likes of Elvis Presley, Cher, Cliff Richard, Michael Jackson and David Bowie. NATURE CALLS: David with award David Attenborough (95) — longest TV host career PRESENTED with a Chatham House Centenary Lifetime Award this week, David is the longest-serving TV naturalist. He made his debut on the BBC children’s programme Animal Disguises on September 2, 1953, and has remained on our screens to the present day. Earlier this year he narrated A Perfect Planet for BBC One and new series The Mating Game is currently airing. He has the distinction of being the only person to have won Bafta awards for TV series in black and white, colour, HD and 3D formats. Last year he added to his accolades by achieving the fastest time to reach one million followers on Instagram, taking just over 4 hours. require a Senior Sub editor Reporting into the Deputy Group Chief Sub Editor, the Senior Sub Editor is responsible for the quality of the editorial content in the Irish Daily Star. They will sub-edit stories to ensure standards are high and are completed in the house style and legally compliant. So, who are we? We are Reach plc, you might not have heard of us but we have probably met without you even realising it. We are home to the UK and Ireland’s most iconic digital platforms, magazines and newspapers. From the Irish Mirror, Irish Daily Star, DublinLive, BelfastLive, RSVP, Cork Beo, Galway Beo and We help all kinds of people share experiences through our stories because we believe this is what makes us human. At Reach, not only will you feel better understood, you will also feel you understand other people better too. The Ideal Candidate • You will have proven ability in designing, sub-editing and proofing pages and a history of doing same at daily newspaper level • You will be experienced at working under pressure and meeting tight print deadlines • You should be familiar with our house style and have sound brand positioning understanding • You should have a proven ability at writing snappy and engaging headlines that sing off the page Key Responsibilities • Sub-edit print content across our Irish titles • Work collaboratively with stakeholders from across the company, in particular the backbench • Ensure tasks are completed in accordance to IPSO and legal requirements • Ensure all work at all times conforms to Reach PLC policies and procedures Package Description We are offering a competitive salary and benefits including; • 30 days holiday per annum including bank holidays • Contributory pension scheme • Holiday purchase scheme • Simply Health Healthcare Cashplan • Free wellbeing apps and coaching support • Share save scheme • Inclusion Networks and Champions, giving all employees a voice Reach plc believes diversity brings benefits for our customers, our business and our people. This is why we are committed to being an inclusive employer and encourage applications from all suitable applicants irrespective of background, circumstances, age, disability, gender identity, ethnicity, religion or belief and sexual orientation. If you think you’re good enough to join our team, please email Closing date: 22/10/2021 Reach PLC is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

24 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 €11k is forked out for a stick A WALKING stick once owned by Northern Ireland’s first prime minister has sold for £10,000 (€11,900) at an auction in Belfast. It comes in the year that Northern Ireland marks its centenary. Karl Bennett at Bloomfield Auctions described the aid once used by James Craig as the “star lot” of yesterday’s sale. The walking stick is made from blackthorn wood with a silver collar to commemorate Craig’s first public visit to Lurgan in 1925. While it had been expected to sell for between £4,000 (€4,700) and £5,000 (€5,930), significant interest in the item prompted bidding in the room, online and by phone to reach a surprise £10,000 (€11,900). The successful buyer was an online bidder. The auction house said the walking stick was bought by a private collector in England a few years ago for approximately £30 (€35). Star Earlier this month a walking stick which once belonged to Irish republican leader Michael Collins sold for more than £50,000 (€59,300). Mr Craig was a leading unionist figure and opposed to home rule. He became the first prime minister of Northern Ireland in 1921 and served for nearly 20 years until he died in 1940. Kidnap ransom at $17m A HAITIAN gang that kidnapped a group of American and Canadian missionaries is asking for $17 million (€14.5m) to release them, according to reports. Haiti’s Justice Minister Liszt Quitel said the FBI and Haitian police are in contact with the kidnappers and seeking the missionaries’ release. The group of 16 Americans and one Canadian was abducted over the weekend outside the capital Port-au- Prince by a gang called 400 Mawozo, the Wall Street Journal reported. Kidnappings have become more commonplace in Haiti, with at least 628 incidents in the first nine months of 2021. PAL RUNS MARATHON FOR TRAGIC JOE WHO DIED HERE A FRIEND of a young football fan found dead in Ireland has run the Paris Marathon to raise awareness of the unsolved case. Joe Deacy (21) from Hertfordshire, England, died while visiting relatives near Swinford, Mayo, three years ago. The 21-year-old was discovered on August 12, 2017, outside a friend’s house in which he had been staying. He died the following day at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin. A postmortem revealed the cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head. A murder inquiry was launched but On Sunday, close family friend Joe Caunce ran the race not only in his honour, but to make the world aware of an ongoing injustice. He said: “When we first heard, there were obviously rumours going around and we were just trying to make sense of what had happened. “We thought at first that it was a haemhorrage, a freak of nature accident where you might believe ‘it was their time’. You still felt really robbed and that it was early death was exacerbated by the idea that his close friend may have been killed. He added: “In the days that passed, it was identified as a blunt trauma, which opened it up as a criminal case. You felt even more robbed with just the sense of injustice. “That is the problem. For someone to pass away before their time, life is unfair and you are still robbed. But for someone to pass away as the nobody was ever prosecuted. unexplainable.” result of someone else’s actions UNSOLVED: Joe Cuance in Paris and Investigations are still ongoing, according to gardai. cess that naturally follows a tragic worse.” Joe explains that the grieving pro- which are never explained is (right) Joe Deacy who died in 2017 Conman took €30k for gambling habit Sharon sets sail ShArON Shannon ★may have been one of the Waterboys, joining mille Scott and Steve Wickham for 18 months and playing on the room to room album. but she proved ★water-girl in her own right when launching Rosabel — a beautiful Galway hooker — ahead of her gig at monroe’s Tavern. ADDICT TRICKED CHARITY A GAmbLING addict who defrauded a woman and a charity of €30,000 by claiming to need it for medical expenses has been jailed for two-and-ahalf years. Gareth White (33) did not pay his first victim back €10,000 after a cheque she lodged for him bounced. He then defrauded The Society of St Vincent de Paul of over €20,000 by claiming he needed it for urgent medical expenses. Dublin Circuit ■■Fiona FERGUSON ISEIR was “particularly reprehensible”. She said the amounts involved in the offending were “significant”. Judge Greally said she took into account that at the heart of the offending was a gambling addiction which had spiralled completely beyond control. She said by his own account he has not gambled for the past two years and is c o m m i t t e d t o refraining from gambling. Judge Greally sentenced White to three-and-a-half years imprisonment, but suspended the final 12 months of the sentence on con- Criminal Court heard the money went to pay gambling debts. ditions including Medical that he refrain from SENTENCING: Dublin He has 44 previous gambling for five Circuit Criminal Court convictions including fraud and was on years. Oisin Clarke BL, bail at the time of defending, said that these offences. there were no trappings of wealth in White, of Hogan Place, Dublin 2, White’s home and his previous conviction were not crimes of violence, but pleaded guilty to deception charges against The Society of St Vincent de offences indicative of someone in the Paul and the woman on dates between throes of gambling addiction. October and November 2020. Mr Clarke handed up a psychological Passing sentence yesterday, Judge report and submitted his client had a lot Melanie Greally said the deceit involved of difficulties in life, as well as suffering health conditions which currently in the offence against the first victim put him at high risk in prison. A SWORD IN THE SANDS An ISRAELI scuba diver has salvaged an ancient sword off the country’s Mediterranean coast that experts say dates back to the Crusaders. Israel’s Antiquities Authority said the man was on a weekend dive in northern Israel when he spotted a trove of ancient artefacts that included anchors, pottery and a metre-long sword. The diver was about 150 metres off the coast in five-metre-deep water when he made the discovery. Experts say the area provided shelter for ancient ships and is home to many archaeological treasures, some dating back 4,000 years. Fearing his discovery might be buried, the diver took the sword ashore and delivered it to government experts, the authority said. The weapon is estimated to be 900 years old.

ISEIR WHOOPS: Krauss ‘It’s my wurst theme’ GREAT British Bake Off’s German-born contestant Jurgen Krauss suffered the “wurst” possible fate last night. He failed to win the Channel 4 show’s first ever German Week. Embarrassingly for him, Italian rival Giuseppe Dell’Anno bagged the prized “star baker” award. Stress The rivals had to battle it out to make the best grub from Germany– including biscuits. Jurgen, who is from the Black Forest, admitted that he had been “under pressure” because of the theme. PIONEER: Phil Butler Comic dies at age 51 CRAIG Revel Horwood and Jason Manford have paid tribute to comedian Phil Butler following his death at the age of 51. Butler, who incorporated magic tricks into his shows, regularly performed in pantomime and on cruise ships, and was the first comedian to perform to British troops on the front line in Afghanistan. Death His talent agency, announced the news of his death on Twitter. “It is with huge sadness we have to announce the passing of our friend and client Phil.” IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 25 BIG FREEZE IN AS WEATHER TURNS Temps to drop by 8 o today Dazzle in the Dune THE sci-fi epic has taken the ■world by storm as Darren Randolph and Alexandra Burke attended the Dune film premiere, in London on Monday. Singer Burke appeared for the ■first time on the red carpet with new boyfriend footballer Randolph. The West Ham goalkeeper (34) ■looked suave standing next to the glittering Alexandra (33). TEMPERATURES are set to plummet by almost 8 o today — with more wintry weather on the way. Yesterday saw heat of almost 20 o across many parts of country but that’s about to take a dramatic turn. And night-time temperatures will plunge to a teeth-chattering 4 o in some parts later this week. While there will be highs of no more than 14 o today, forecasters do expect plenty of sunshine, especially in the east. Giving the forecast for today, Met Eireann said: “Scattered showers will develop in Ulster during the afternoon and a spell of rain will move into the ■■David KENT Giving the forecast for tomorrow night, Met Eireann said: “Lowest temperatures of 5 o to 9 o with light to moderate westerly winds, fresh at times in northern areas on Thursday night.” The following day is set to be cloudy but mostly dry until the evening. “Friday will be rather cloudy, with scattered showers in northern areas but largely dry weather everywhere else,” said Met Eireann. “Rain will develop in Munster, Connacht and Ulster on Friday night and will be heavy at times, but it looks like Leinster will stay drier. Lowest temperatures northwest later in the will range between 7 afternoon, extending o and 11 o , with southerly across Ulster and Connacht winds gradually increasing moderate to fresh, during the evening. “It will be a cooler day becoming strong around than recently, with highest the coast.” temperatures of 11 o to 14 o .” Outdoors Shower As for the weekend, more rain is on the way Looking ahead, the forecast is for the colder the better of the two — with Sunday looking weather to continue with days to venture the odd shower in parts of WINTRY WEATHER: Colder outdoors. the country. temperatures are on way Forecasters added: “A A n d f o r e c a s t i n g wet and breezy day on tomorrow’s weather, Met Saturday as rain Eireann added: ”Thursday will be a spreads eastwards across the country, cool day with plenty of dry and bright heavy at times. weather. “Through the afternoon, the rain is “There will be scattered showers, forecast to gradually clear eastwards to mainly in western and northern coastal sunshine and scattered showers. areas. “It looks like Sunday will bring scattered showers, with some sunshine at “Highest temperatures of 10 o to 13 o in a moderate to fresh northwesterly times too. Highest temperatures of 11 breeze.” o to 14 o .” FUNERAL TUNE ALoNE AT No1 ■■Grace TRESTON FooTBALL anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone has topped the funeral music chart for the first time, knocking My Way off the No1 spot. The Gerry and the Pacemakers hit, sung by Liverpool fans, was the most requested send-off song in the past year. The 1963 hit was played at around 9,500 ceremonies. Frank Sinatra’s My Way fell to second with Always Look on the Bright Side of Life in third. Hope Tina Turner’s Simply the Best and This is Me by Keala Settle were new entries, , Co-op Funeralcare found. Analysis of music requested at 100,000 funerals found no hymns made the overall top 10, suggesting a shift to more informal celebrations of life. Captain Tom’s daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore said: “My father loved You’ll Never Walk Alone because, just like him, it was full of hope.” SWAN SoNGS... You’ll Never Walk Alone – Gerry and the Pacemakers My Way – Frank Sinatra Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life – Monty Python Simply The Best – Tina Turner Supermarket Flowers – Ed Sheeran Time To Say Goodbye FUNERAL HIT: Gerry and the Pacemakers – Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman The Chain – Fleetwood Mac Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Eva Cassidy We’ll Meet Again – Dame Vera Lynn This Is Me – Keala Settle, The Greatest Showman

26 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 KENNETH POLS A ’FAST ONE... Several leading Irishamerican politicians turned out for a special screening of Kenneth Branagh’s film Belfast in Washington. Guests included senators Patrick leahy and Susan Collins, former US representative for New York Joe Crowley, and Irish ambassador Daniel Mulhall, who co-hosted the evening. The film is released here in February 12. GUESTS: Branagh Dog’s day is over GUIDE dogs are struggling to cope with the ■impact of fireworks, forcing some dogs to give up their jobs. Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind have high- lighted the effect of fireworks on working dogs and their owners. The charity, which supports those who are ■ vision impaired, says fireworks can be extremely distressing for all animals but partic- ularly working dogs and as a result, some dogs are no longer able to support their owners. don’t miss YOuR GuIdE TO HEALTH & FITNESS PAGES 28&29 Call to ban leather ANIMAL rights campaigners have welcomed ■ the ban on fur farming in Ireland — and are now calling for leather to be outlawed. John Carmody, founder of Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN), has spearheaded the push to ban fur farming since the 1990s. He is now demanding that all kinds of ■ leather and fur be forbidden for sale. Mr Carmody said: “Now fur and leather need to go, and any other skin that comes from a sentient animal.” GREEN FINGER TO THE COPS a GarDeNer who trimmed his hedge into a middle finger shape has been threatened with police action. richard Jenkins (63), says the topiary in his front lawn entertained locals for two decades. But he has now been ordered to cut the 10ft bush back after a complaint to the council in Warwickshire, england. Defiant richard said: “It is staying.” DEFIANT: Richard trims middle finger Couple bride the wave a young couple would be unable to make ●their wedding due to heavy floods in Kerala, India, but they reached the temple by floating through the streets in a giant metal cooking pot. ISEIR NEW HALLOWEEN Hallo darkne ■■Laura harding JAMIE Lee Curtis cannot believe she is playing Laurie Strode again. She couldn’t believe it back in 2018 too, when she reprised her most famous role for a reboot of the Halloween franchise, which had made her a megastar back in 1978. But here she is, at the age of 62, facing off with Michael Myers again in the next terrifying instalment of the modern trilogy helmed by filmmaker David Gordon Green. “The last thing I thought I would be doing is a Halloween movie in 2017, when Jake Gyllenhaal called me in June and said that his friend David Green wanted to speak to me,” she remembers. “It was not my intention to do another Halloween movie, I felt like I had done them. Conflict “and yet what he had written, and how he told the story of laurie, and her daughter, and her granddaughter, and all of the conflict, I felt it was really a very exciting way to tell that story. and it was a no brainer for me and I just said yes immediately. “I didn’t know it was a trilogy when we signed up for the first one. I found that out only after we’d shot the first movie. “That is when I learned we were doing more. But as soon as I understood what David was doing, to bring back not only legacy characters, but to talk about the concentric circles of grief and trauma ‘I don’t like these movies. I’m not a fan of the genre’ that happened around a centralised figure, a community in trauma. “I thought it was a really inventive way to bring back characters... this generational movie which we watched, an entire movie about three people, and start the spin cycle. “Now watch these people start to reject the system, the system fails, the police officers seem inept, they cannot help. and to watch that growing tide of people was very scary and powerful.” Trauma The daughter of Hollywood legends Tony Curtis and Janet leigh, Curtis was immediately dubbed a scream queen for her star-making turn in the 70s horror film and she has returned to the role of laurie numerous times over the years, including in the 1981 sequel, 1998’s Halloween H20 and 2002’s Halloween: resurrection. In between she’s had roles in box office hits such as a Fish Called Wanda, My girl, True Lies, Trading Places and Freaky Friday, as well as turns on TV in shows including Scream Queens and new girl. But it’s the new trilogy, which will conclude with the upcoming third instalment, entitled Halloween ends, that has brought in a different audience to laurie Strode. “I think that’s when a movie becomes a universe,” Curtis reflects. LEGACY: Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode and (below) with Judy Greer as Karen JAMIE LEE LOOKS BACK ON ICON “Before it was just a little low budget slasher movie, made in 21 days for $300,000. “Then there were a couple of movies, so you could call it a franchise, then the producers decided to make a bunch of movies. now it’s a franchise, you’re just going to churn out movie, movie, movie, movie. “When David Green showed up, he had prescience about female trauma, colliding with the MeToo movement, a movie written two years before. “In the same way that he wrote a movie in 2018, that we shot in 2019, that talks about mob violence, and a group of people rising up saying we are not going to take it any more, the system is broken, prescient to what’s going on socially all over the world. Affection “Now it’s a universe. Now it feels like because you’re bringing back legacy characters, you’re bringing in a whole new group of people, FEAR: iconic slasher villan Michael Myers in Halloween Kills audience members and young ple who are seeing it for the time. “It feels now that it is has be the Halloween universe and just elevates it, because now i grow and continue. “and the amount of affection fans can now grow and it’s r exciting.” Does she have any concern a revisiting the world so often the franchise may be run into ground?

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 27 HORROR HITS CINEMAS ss my old friend SATISFYING: (L-R) Judy Greer as Karen, Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode and Andi Matichak as Allyson and (right) vilain Myers IT’S A DREAM: Curtis at the premiere in Venice last month and (inset) in the original 1978 Halloween movie IC FRANCHISE peofirst come that t can from eally bout that the “Sure,” she says frankly, “which is why it’s a trilogy. I think there’s a very clear path here that I think will be incredibly satisfying to the audience at the end. “I think it will make them ask a lot of questions, I think they will be shocked by the ending of the next movie, and will be sort of stunned by what David Green is talking about. So that seems to be a perfect place to not run it into the ground, but actually put it up into the cloud, put it up into the universe, and let it just sort of spin around for a while. “Obviously, I’m not going to rejoin another Halloween movie so quickly, but it certainly tees it up for you to be able to explore other characters, it’s quite extraordinary what they’re doing.” But for all her protectiveness of the world of Halloween, Curtis drops one surprising fact. Excited “I don’t like these movies. I don’t watch these movies. I’m not a fan of the genre. “I am a fan of the fans of the genre. I love that people love them. I don’t have to love them. I don’t have to say they don’t have value, they have value. People love them. “I just spoke to one gentleman, he was out of his mind and he’s so excited and I’m thrilled for him that he loves these. I don’t have to love them. “I love the filmmakers. I love the filmmaking. I think the last 20 minutes of this movie are so beautiful. And yet they’re incredibly violent. “But I also think the filmmaking is exquisitely beautiful, beautiful homages, beautiful orchestration, visual orchestration. So I can appreciate the genre without being a fan of it.” ● Halloween Kills is out in cinemas now.

28 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR Your essential guide to health ‘YOU CAN’T KID ABOUT WITH DIET’ ANNA GEARY would love to see a greater emphasis on nutrition and health in homework. The former Cork camogie star is one of the ambassadors for Laya healthcare’s Super Troopers programme — which is aimed at kids aged nine-to-12. She told Fitter Happier: “A lot of my friends have kids and I see first-hand that it’s easier to instill healthy habits the younger they are. “Often when it comes to health and wellbeing, there is this idea that it’s a chore. “Once something is fun, engaging and there is a certain element of challenge, younger people will get involved and buy into it. “The Laya Super Troopers programme, importantly, is designed around the three pillars — nutrition, physical activity and mental wellbeing. “You are giving them tips and tools that they can incorporate as nineto-12-year-olds and they can then use them as teenagers and adults.” Geary continued: “Why shouldn’t homework be around those areas? “Learning about nutrition, and physical and mental wellbeing, is just as important as maths and English. “I was really lucky in primary school that because I was involved in sport at such a young age, that taught me the importance of nutrition and making sure I was moving all the time. Age “Sport taught me that, but not every kid is involved in sport, so at least with the Laya Super Troopers programme, it’s not leaving anything to chance.” According to a study carried out on behalf of the healthcare firm, only four in 10 children are getting adequate levels of physical activity per day. Five percent of children aged between nine and 12 are not exercising on a daily basis. The positive impact physical activity has on a child’s mental health is widely recognised by parents, with 87 percent saying that their child is happier after exercise. And 76 percent of parents say they would like to see more of their child’s homework being focused on learning about nutrition and physical and mental wellbeing. The Super Troopers programme aims to educate kids in a fun way about their health and wellbeing. “This year they have introduced Laya Super Troopers TV, so there are these 10-minute online episodes which, for 28 weeks, will broadcast weekly,” Geary explained. Positive “Anybody can access them on the Laya Super Troopers website. “There are experts and ambassadors involved in them too. We talk about our own experiences and our own mental wellbeing. “It’s geared towards younger people.” Rugby star Johnny Sexton and fitness expert Karl Henry are among those who share their know-how on the weekly shows. PLEA: Anna Geary wants change in class rooms HOPES Rowing champ shares his optimism Rowing champ shares his optimism MARK POLLOCK believes that we are closer than ever to finding a cure for paralysis. And he will continue to raise funds and bring together some of the best minds in science, technology and finance until that breakthrough is finally achieved. Through his Run In The Dark initiative, over €2 million has been gathered over the last 11 years — and that has translated into something even more valuable. “What it has allowed us to do is to create collaborations worth €15m, bringing scientists, technologists and investors together,” he told Fitter Happier. Pollock, who has been blind since his early-20s and paralysed since July 2010, has set up a charity called Collaborative Cures, which he believes will speed up the search for a cure. “Over the last 10 years what we find is that fragmentation is in every part of society,” said Pollock, who medalled for Northern Ireland in the 2002 Commonwealth Rowing Championships. “And the biggest issue to finding a cure for paralysis is fragmentation between scientists, investors, charities and technologies. Collaboration “So what we are trying to do is create the conditions for collaboration. “That’s the purpose of Collaborative Cures, because fragmentation seems to be the biggest barrier to finding a cure and is slowing everything down. “So over the last 10 years or so I’ve been going around and meeting scientists, technologists and investors to try and work out how we might advance the cause of curing paralysis. “We have raised that money and created projects worth €15m, and now we have created Collaborative Cures to scale up that impact and to do more. “It’s been 10 years of building and now we are looking to the future.” In explaining his optimism, Pollock pointed to the major advances in paralysis treatment since his accident, when he broke his back in a fall from a secondstory window. “When I had my accident 10 years ago there were no robotic legs, they didn’t exist. Spinal stimulation didn’t exist. It’s now about to become commercialised,” he said. “So what we are seeing with the advances in technology as well as biology, they are driving things forward.” It wouldn’t be possible, however, without the funds raised by the thousands of people who take part every year in Run In The Dark. This year up to 25,000 people from all across the world are expected to take part, as the event goes virtual for the second year in a row. Runners will get a bandana, flashing armbands and a finisher’s medal — as well as a smartphone app that allows them to join a global leaderboard. The race organisers have teamed up with Fastway Couriers to ensure that all race packs are delivered in good time ahead of the November 17 run. “We made a decision earlier in the summer, taking a bit of a lead from the Dublin Marathon, to stick with a virtual event this year,” Pollock explained. “People will time themselves on the Run In The Dark app. “They will run wherever they are in the world and if you have got a mate in Sydney or New York or B e r l i n o r wherever, everyone gets their time on the app, they go onto a global leaderboard and they can see how they did against their friends. “You can post your time directly from the app onto social media. “It’s a virtual event, but it’s connected through the app. So hopefully lots of people will join us on the virtual start line.” The uncertainty around Covid restrictions at the time of debating how to stage this year’s race informed the decision. The impact of Covid on Pollock, however, has had a much greater reach than just the staging of his annual FINAL LAP: Mark preparing for Run in the Dark fundraiser. “I have spoken to other people with disabilities and for many of them, barriers to going out in the world are significant,” he said. “And even when you do go out in the world, there are more barriers there. So lots of people with disabilities face these challenges all the time. “I had a long period after blindness when I was 22 where I was essentially on lockdown. Lockdown “I was 16 months in hospital after my spinal cord injury, so I was very much in lockdown in the hospital bed. “So I think maybe w ith lockdow n being my third time at it, I was in a way prepared for it.” “Very early on in lockdown I had a couple of nights where I felt terrible. “But I didn’t drink for the vast majority of lockdown. I lost 15kg in body weight. “I’ve got my handbike on a turbo trainer in the living room and I’m using exercise bands and dumbbells. “So I basically got into a routine of working very early in the morning, training, another block of creative work and then onto Zoom calls in the afternoon.” What is he looking forward to now that restrictions are all but lifted? “There is nothing I like more than going out for a match. Not necessarily to the stadium, but I like to go to the pub to watch a match with friends, having pints and a burger,” he said. “I’m still being a bit cautious, but I have been a couple of times.” e-mail fitter happier: Workout song...Menno de Jong - Spirit (Paul Miller rework)

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 29 and fitness every Wednesday OF CUREENERgY: Run your own race Motivation for running Each week between now ★and the Wheelworx FaSTLaNE half Marathon and 10k, Eoin RYAn will give Fitter happier his best training tips and techniques to prepare you for the race. ROUTINE: Mark built a strict training regiment for lockdown FRagMENT: Mark Pollock praises advancements in technology IMagINE for a second what it feels like to cross the finish line of a half marathon. Most people, I believe, would associate it with positive imagery — cheering from onlookers, happiness and a sense of achievement. crossing under the finish gantry is your moment of triumph. high five, you made it! however, in these cOVID times we are not encouraging spectators to come to races. and participants are asked to leave quickly once they finish. Therefore, finishing a race is a bit more subdued than it used to be. So how do you mentally adjust for this? The way to mentally prepare for this new finishing experience is to focus inward on yourself. It is now all about you and less about everyone else. This isn’t being selfish — this is being intrinsically motivated to finish. You are in it for your own sense of satisfaction and achievement, and not a big ‘slap on the back’. Experience Let me tell you why this is a good thing. From my experience of being intrinsically motivated, I know that the positive feelings last longer and go deeper. The opposite to this is being extrinsically motivated when it is all about what other people think or say about you. That can be short lived as people move on. a mixture of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation is the best formula to have. however, I recommend that you always have more intrinsic reasons to do something. That is often a good benchmark of how successful you will be. If unsure, draw a line in a page and write them down so you can see what your motivations are. When the going gets tough, being intrinsically motivated will give you energy, perseverance and a lift. Bring some of that energy to the Wheelworx FaSTLaNE half marathon or 10km on November 7 in clondalkin. Last call for entries at hope to see you there!

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Indeed, research shows that, thanks to seeing ourselves up close on screens during the pandemic, we’re putting our money quite literally where our mouth is — and currently spending more on our smiles than ever. Looking after teeth and gums is crucial to staying healthy and keeping the immune system robust. Not to mention a gleaming smile brightens the whole face — and there has never been more choice when it comes to oral care. From the latest tweakments at the clinic, to exfoliating toothpastes and microbiome boosting supplements, it has never been easier to give your mouth a total makeover. Here, Chic Lifestyle are sharing how it’s done... aT THE ClINIC Whether you want fuller lips, to reduce a gummy smile, or improve the look of your teeth, there may well be a smile-boosting tweakment for you. The lip flip As we age, the upper lip naturally thins and turns inwards as we smile. The lip flip uses Botox to lift and boost the lips, injecting tiny amounts at the corners of the cupid’s bow and nearby. It relaxes the muscles and instantly improves the shape, giving the illusion of a fuller pout. Costs from €240, available from most clinics. Gum-tox A gummy smile, which can occur naturally or be a result of ageing, is when more of your gum shows than teeth. Injecting Botox into the upper lip helps weaken the retractor muscles, which ensures the lip won’t rise as high. Costs from €240, and results last from three to six months. Jaw-tox It’s a hard habit to break, but constantly clenching and grinding your teeth takes its toll on your smile. When your jaw muscles are overworked, they can become bulky, giving your lower face a wider, square appearance. Grinding can also cause your teeth to look worn down with chipped edges and a loss of enamel. Botox injections into the jaw muscles can stop grinding and reduce the square look of the jaw. Treatment takes five minutes and results last up to six months. Costs from €220. Cosmetic bonding Rather than expensive veneers, which require the natural tooth to be filed down into a point, the less destructive and more natural process of composite bonding is now in demand. It can solve many aesthetic issues, such as closing gaps, repairing chips, masking discolouration or restoring worn teeth. A tooth-coloured material is used to change shape and colour without causing permanent damage to the natural teeth. Pain-free, just one treatment is often required. Expect to pay from €600 per tooth. HIGH STrEET HElPErS From tooth exfoliators to gum serums, and everything in between, oral care is booming on the high street and online. 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ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 31 starchicmag StarChic Starchicmag Pooch perfect BGT’s ASHLEIGH REVEALS HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DOG SHE won Britain’s Got Talent thanks to her amazing performances with pooch Pudsey – now dog trainer Ashleigh Butler is sharing her skills with the world in a new book. Ashleigh, who won BGT in 2012, has been training dogs since she was five, and loves spending time with them. She says: “My mum’s a dog trainer so when I was born I was thrown into it as it was something I was natural at. “It’s such a special bond that you just don’t have with people. You will come home and walk through the door and every single time, no matter how long you’ve been away for, your dog’s happy to see you.” The 26-year-old admits winning BGT completely changed her life. But sadly Pudsey is no longer with Ashleigh after his death in 2017. She has trained crossbreed Sully to take Pudsey’s place and become her main trick dog, and he comforted her through the loss of Pudsey. Ashleigh says: “The first time I performed with Sully without Pudsey something changed in him and he rose to the occasion — it was strange. “Sully helped me a lot because he’s quite sensitive. He might not have known what had happened or what was wrong but he was definitely there for me. “Dogs are way cleverer than we give them credit for.” Ashleigh, from Northampton in England, reveals Sully is currently filming for an upcoming movie. However, he hasn’t always taken to the limelight. “When Sully was younger, he lacked quite a lot of confidence,” she explains. “He was quite sensitive and noise reactive. Stage “There was a point where I thought, ‘He’s never going to get on a stage or be able to perform.’ It’s something that I’ve had to really work hard with him on. “Now he will go into most situations and cope absolutely fine — that’s a big thing for me.” Like for most people, the last year-and-ahalf of lockdowns has had an effect on Ashleigh’s day-to-day life as well as her career. She says: “It was difficult for me because I’m a person that needs a goal and a focus to train towards, then obviously I lost that.” But it did give her the chance to go for long walks with Sully, as well as her other pups — Eliza, Zula and Vi, plus new addition Nacho, who is 13 weeks old. She says: “What was really important was spending time with them and getting out of the house.” Covid has seen a huge surge in people buying puppies, with research finding more than three million households have acquired a pandemic pet. So there’s no better time for Ashleigh’s new book ‘Happy Puppy, Happy Dog’ to be released. Aimed at children and families, it covers all the basics you need to know about bringing a puppy into your life, from what to do before you get a dog to how to pick a breed that suits your lifestyle. There are also lots of fun tricks to teach, and even a guide on how to read a dog’s body language.Ashleigh says: “It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while. CoVID and a lot of people going out and getting dogs was the push I needed. “There’s loads of different training BEST PALS: Ashleigh with Pudsey on Britain’s Got Talent and (inset left) at an animal welfare awards gala ■■Rachel BERESFORD techniques that I use with my dogs in there – basic things like crate games, boundary games and also tricks. There’s something for everyone. “A lot of children — and even adults — don’t know how to read dogs’ behaviour. “That’s a big part of the book.” Ashleigh, who hopes to compete in Crufts next year, says it’s all about building confidence, making sure the dog is happy and finding out what motivates them. She says: “Every dog is completely different. Sully loves his toys but I can’t use them when training him to do tricks, otherwise he obsesses and can’t concentrate properly. “I also have to be calm when I’m training him because he’s crazy enough as it is. “They learn in different ways and want different rewards, so it’s adapting my training and methods to each dog. “My younger dog Vi prefers to work for toys — I get more concentration out of him that way. Sometimes I even use a slipper as a reward because he loves them.”

32 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 TARGET HOW many words of four letters or more can you makefrom the letters shown here? In making a word, each letter may be used once only. each must contain the center letter and there must be at least one nineletter word. No plurals or verb forms ending in”s”. T E T C A G SUDOKU DOUBLE CHALLENGE Fill the grid so that every column, row, and 3x3 square includes all the digits from 1 to 9. Yesterday’s solution Easy ISEIR E R I TODAY’S TARGET Good 17 - Very good 26 - excellent 35 nOTE PAD XWORD QUICKY ACROSS 1 Driver (9) 7 Initial cost (6) 9 Country in SE Asia (4) 10 Slack (5) 12 Large flightless birds (4) 13 Never-ending (9) 14 Islamic ruler (4) 16 Wireless (5) 18 Mud at the bottom of a lake (4) 19 Archer’s missiles (6) 20 Till beets (anag.) (9) DOWN 1 Coal mine (8) 2 Particle of matter (4) 3 Irish province (6) 4 Prove inadequate (4,5) 5 Sense of self (3) 6 Not celebrated or praised (6) 8 Fidgety (8) 11 Prisoner (6) 12 Chaperone (6) 15 Idiot (4) 17 Indian lentil dish (3) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: AcROSS: 1 Pound sign, 7 Oche, 8 Hanoi, 10 Hog, 11 Hairdo, 13 On the trot, 14 Sodium, 16 Ill, 18 Nears, 19 Roar, 20 Germinate. DOwn: 1 Potholing, 2 Oceans, 3 Near, 4 Sad, 5 Inherit, 6 Nightmare, 8 Hideous, 9 Titular, 12 Nougat, 15 Darn, 17 Arm. TWO WAY TEASER Two sets of clues but the answers are the same... cRYPTIc cLUES AcROSS 1 Handle so badly that one is said to miss a good thing (8) 5 Ray, for instance, is a well-known swimmer (4) 8 An aid to cleaning up TV? (4) 9 What an elephant does musically? (8) 10 Like the coffee of the month? (7) 12 One can feel it’s a sign of life (5) 13 Enthusiast to beat in a game (3-3) 15 Remained sober from the sound of it! (6) 17 Just the tree for a softhearted man? (5) 18 Standard bargain in the vegetable line (7) 22 Charlie lumbers around shakily and collapses! (8) 23 One politician’s little devils (4) 24 They’re commonly negative (4) 25 No longer inclined to be longer! (8) DOwn 1 Big dog difficult to master (7) 2 Celebrities pointing in all directions (5) 3 Has one done so from a consuming desire? (5) 4 Sounds dull, but with a certain impact (4) 6 Best way to give a piece of evidence for a friend (7) 7 It’s made as quickly as possible (5) 11 Saying of the modern era (5) 12 The man run out? (5) 14 Has he a godly way with a piano tune? (7) 16 Brought down to a lesser post, indeed! (7) 17 French wine for a man keeping company (5) 19 Anything advantageous in the manner laid down (5) 20 No crazy wanderer! (5) 21 Sad sportsman? (4) QUIcK cLUES AcROSS 1 To abuse (8) 5 Angler’s quarry (4) 8 Washing agent (4) 9 Brass instruments (8) 10 Moment (7) 12 Heartbeat (5) 13 Chinese game (3-3) 15 Remained (6) 17 Tree (5) 18 Root vegetable (7) 22 Falls apart (8) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: ACROSS: 1 Hinder, 4 Orchid, 7 Nigh, 8 Aberdeen, 9 Egghead, 12 Ilk, 14 Intend, 15 Pellet, 16 Nod, 18 Attempt, 22 Sheepish, 23 Saga, 24 Drench, 25 Hard SPORTS CROSSWORD AcROSS 1. Nickname of Gillingham FC (3,5) 6. ..... Claus, 1964 Derby winner (5) 7. Gary ....., Ipswich Town, Cardiff City and England under-21 left back (5) 9. See 8 down 10. Paul ......, winner of snooker’s 2002 British Open (6) 12. John ......, Derry half back who won an All Ireland football final winner’s medal in 1993 (6) 14. .... Barkley, former WBC world middleweight champion (4) 17. Monica ....., winner of nine women’s singles Grand Slam titles (5) 18. Rome-based football club (5) 19. Paul ........, 1999 Grand National-winning jockey (8) 23 Little devils (4) 24 Negative votes (4) 25 Lengthened (8) DOwn 1 Big dog (7) 2 Celebrities (5) 3 Consumed (5) 4 Dull sound (4) 6 Perfectly (7) 7 Hurry (5) 11 Old saying (5) 12 “--- Pan” (5) 14 Sea god (7) 16 Demoted (7) 17 A burgundy (5) 19 A benefit (5) 20 Wanderer (5) 21 “Sky ---” (4) Cohere. DOWN: 1 Hungarian, 2 Neglected, 3 Reach, 4 Opera, 5 Code, 6 Ideal, 10 Genoa, 11 Dream, 12 Ill at ease, 13 Kittiwake, 17 Other, 19 Thigh, 20 Ethic, 21 Lean. DOwn 2. Thierry ....., Arsenal, Barcelona and France forward (5) 3. .... Rags, 1000 Guineas winner in 1966 (4) 4. Grand National winner in 1978 (6) 5. Craig ....., Notts County, Derby County and Blackburn Rovers centre back (5) 6. .. ..... Park, home ground of Newcastle United (2,5) 8. and 16 down and 9 across. Baseball’s World Series winners in 1992 and 1993 (7,4,4) 11. ...... Forster, Southampton goalkeeper formerly with Celtic goalkeeper (6) 13. Ivan ....., Torquay United and Dundee United manager (5) 15. Nickname of retired heavyweight boxer Donovan Ruddock (5) 16. See 8 down YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: AcROSS: 1.Light, 4.Ekoku, 7.Rex, 8.Three, 9.Event, 10.Noel, 11.Henman, 14.Justin, 15.Weir, 18.Nadia, 20.Lords, 21.Nou, 22.Hayes, 23.Breen DOwn: 1.Luton, 2.Gardens, 3.Tree, 4.Exeter, 5.Ove, 6.Upton, 12.McEnroe, 13.Titans, 14.Jonah, 16.Rasen, 17.Club, 19.Day

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 33 SUGURU The grid is subdivided into shapes or cages, each of which is 1 to 5 squares in size. You need to fill each cage with unique digits, counting up from 1. So for example a 2-square cage contains the numbers 1 and 2. A 5-square cage contains the numbers from 1 to 5. Touching squares may never contain the same number and this includes diagonally adjacent cells. ANAGRAM ALLEY Can you solve the anagram below? NO ACAV TI BRIDGES Connect these islands with bridges until each island can be reached from any other island, and each island has as many outgoing bridges as its number. You may connect islands vertically or horizontally and bridges may not cross. There may be one or two bridges connecting pairs of islands, but no more than two. Each puzzle has a unique solution that can be found without making guesses. If you love somebody let them go, for if they return they were always yours. And if they don’t they never were. (Kahlil Gibran) Chains, even of love, are still chains. I know of only one duty and it is to love. (G.B. Shaw) And when you love, you cannot help yourself but love some more. Give your emotional side expression and lead with your heart. Listen to what others say but judge for yourself. ‘It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes us father and son’. (J.Schiller) Family is the ground in which we grow. Can you make two common fiveletter words from the nine letters given, suing each letter only once? you can - but only if one letter features in both words in the squares on the right. there’s at least one way to do it, and you have to have the right letter at the crossover, but which one is it? See if you can find the answer within our target time. Solution below. CROSSDOUBT Target times: Average: 18 mins Good: 14 mins Excellent: 10 mins A A E F L M R R U 30 SECOND MATHS TEST Just follow the instructions from top to bottom, starting with the number given to reach an answer at the foot of the ladder. Set your own 30 second challenge: For the very young or arithmetically rusty, you have 30 seconds for the BEGINNER task. For a greater challenge, try BEGINNER and INTERMEDIATE in 30 seconds, and true mental gymnasts should try INTERMEDIATE and AVANCED in 30 seconds together. BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED 83 12 16 TAKE AWAY 47 TIMES 11 SQUARE IT TAKE THE SQUARE ROOT ADD 17 TIMES 3 ADD 19 25% OF THIS TAKE AWAY 16 TIMES 5 TAKE AWAY 86 TIMES 7 TAKE AWAY 37 60% OF THIS ADD 165 6/7 OF THIS ADD 45 REVERSE THE DIGITS TAKE AWAY 168 7/11 OF THIS TAKE AWAY 63 INCREASE BY 80% ADD 157 3/13 OF THIS ANSWER ANSWER ANSWER IT TOOK the ● creator of the Rubik’s Cube, Erno Rubik, one month to solve the cube after creating it. The current world record is 3.47 seconds. Tigers have ● striped skin, not just striped fur. The stripes are like fingerprints, and no two tigers have the same pattern. In 2011, the Malawian Minister ● for Justice argued that a law against “air fouling” made public farting illegal in the country. In 2005, a ● fortune cookie company correctly foretold lottery numbers — resulting in 110 winners and an investigation. No fraud was involved. ● Boeing uses potatoes to test their in-flight Wi-Fi, as they reflect and absorb the signals similarly to people. Salamanders can ● count to three (but no further). In 1994, a patent was granted ● for “an apparatus for simulating a high-five” which helps you “express excitement during a televised sporting event” even if alone. ● About 40 per cent of the ants in an ant colony are “lazy” and spend most of their time just sitting around. ● Last year, a Namibian politician named Adolf Hitler won election to local office. He says he has no plans for world domination. ● After a rabbi discovered in 2004 that New York’s tap water contains tiny crustaceans called copepods, the city’s tap water is no longer considered kosher. GO FIGURE You answer me, although I never ask you questions. What am I? YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION A mongoose. Words say something or are taken to say something and what is said of what was said is not what was said! Be careful with what you say and know that it could mislead. You cannot help wondering if there is more you could know about a situation that would assist you to make up your mind. Have you considered astrological input? Telephone for details. ‘To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.’ (Jonathan Swift) You inspire others to live and love more fully. In that you contribute much. Me, myself and I prove the best company today. Treat yourself to a little of what you fancy. Sometimes for all our figuring out, a solution evades. Perhaps when we don’t want to find it. When others won’t, make an executive decision. Business and pleasure mix with ease. It’s fine to think but more important to think through and when you think through, let it go! Hate cannot drive out hate. Only love can do that. (Martin L. King) No matter how dark the scowl, meet the sour with a sweet smile. Love is our greatest weapon in any war. ‘Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do’. (Bruce Lee) You are ready, willing and able and you know what you have to do! The time is now. ‘A man’s errors are his portals of discovery’. (James Joyce) Forgive yourself and others. We all have our faults and our failings. The important thing is to learn and to grow. Let someone know that you are not in anyone’s pocket. You are your own person. Pay heed to a man’s actions. Pay heed to a man’s deeds. If they tally, that is good account. BRIDGES TARGET acre attic cage cagier care caret cart carte cater cattier cere cert cigar CIGARETTE cite citrate crag crate create erect erica grace race react recite rice tacet tacit tact tercet tierce trace tract tragic trice SUGURU MATHS TEST SOLUTION: B= 30 I= 333 A= 138 ANAGRAM ALLEY SOLUTION VACATION CROSSDOUBT SOLUTION: ACROSS: FRAME DOwN: MURAL

34 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR 3 dear siobhanSIOBHAN I fear I hardly know the man I’ve married. a month after our wedding I received an anonymous letter telling me my new husband has a secret partner and child living 50km away. a few days later a debt collector turned up demanding €500, which I withdrew from my personal account. Haircut causes fuss at home I KEEP my hair short because it’s thinning. My new boyfriend says I need to get a transplant or he’ll dump me. I never used to be self-conscious, but he’s made me doubt myself. What’s wrong with wearing hats and scarves? I worry about the cost and the pain involved. Plus I’ve gotten quite used to the fashionable cut I ask for in the hairdressers A vivAcious colleague is actively pursuing me. co-workers tell me that she fancies me and is desperate to get me into bed. i’m flattered but she’s simply not my type. Apparently, she’s had a bad time with an abusive ex and wants to smile again. O’BRIEN ANSWERS ALL YOUR QUESTIONS NEW HUSBAND’S SECRET PAST LIFE I’ve asked him if there is anything else I should know, but he won’t say. He won’t tell me about his past lovers or business dealings, but still expects me to have sex with him and continue like nothing has happened. SIOBHaN SaYS: You have to start trusting your instincts. Don’t let pride stop you from making the most important decisions of your life. You are just married, yet your new husband is evasive and dishonest. If he won’t come clean, then you have to get out. Don’t let him drag you down to his level or steal more of your cash. Come clean to those you love and trust. They will be desperate to support you. This is no time for embarrassment. Son uses me for child care HE WANTS mE To WoRk 11 HoURS A DAy FoR FREE SIOBHAN SAYS: Why is a new boyfriend so keen to lay down conditions and start telling you what to do? MY SON wants me to look Her parents can’t help out because Don’t you think they’re asking too You hold a lot of cards, so tell them Having a hair transplant is after his baby for nothing. they live in spain. so, they’ve reluctantly come to the conclusion that i give them cash gifts when they’re hit plan, but they have to be prepared to much of me, especially as i frequently that you’re willing to discuss their a big and expensive decision He and his wife welcomed a little and one you should make boy back in May. The mother is due could be useful for once in my life. with big bills? be more flexible and open-minded. for yourself. back at work and my son has a new They expect me to arrive at 8am Could the little boy even stay at your job out of town. and leave at 7pm five days a week, SIOBHaN SaYS: Think hard before home once or twice a week to cut Confidence suddenly, they need me. Funny which will require me leaving home you agree to anything. down on your travelling time? You Tell him to drop the matter. that… at 6.30am. The child is not to be given Weigh up the emotional, physical have to think about your energy. If he isn’t interested in who When my grandson was born, i anything sweet or be allowed to look and financial implications of this Could they afford one day at a nursery, say a Wednesday, to give you a he sees before him, are you wasn’t told his name for a month. i at the Tv – endless rules. plan. suited? was instructed not to visit them until at the moment your son needs you break? He’s their child and they’ve Endless You can’t allow him to dent invited. i eventually held him for the to step in and save the day, but you got to take responsibility. your confidence. first time six weeks after his birth. Plus, i’m to provide a homecooked cannot allow him to rush you. Sadly, if they use him as a pawn, You were fine until he came i wasn’t offered a cup of tea or meal ready for their return. i’d love Of course, you love your little then you’ll have to stand your ground along and you will be just as asked to stay longer than 15 minutes to have a close relationship with my grandson and dream of spending for the sake of your mental health. fine after you show this man because my daughter-in-law didn’t grandson, but why should i allow my time with him, but what about You are not their serf and they are the door. want me “in the way”. unbending son to use me? balance? very lucky to have you around. Work with what you are Now they’ve been checking out The suggestion seems to be that if i Why can’t your son or daughter-inlaw both look at working at home one son needs to be brought down a peg It sounds like your spoilt/entitled comfortable with. nurseries and nannies and have don’t do this for them then i might found childcare is expensive. not see much of my grandson at all. day a week to make things less rigid? or two. Colleague desperate to bed me after her split Even my boss has said i’d be doing her a favour. i feel under pressure to perform and my heart is just not in a quick fling. Awkward i now look to actively avoid talking to her. it’s led to some awkward moments where i’ve had to dodge conversations with her and it’s making me feel awful. i don’t want her to think that i’m stuck up or cruel, but how do i let her down gently? SIOBHaN SaYS: Take the heat out of this situation by talking to your colleague in a quiet place — away from prying eyes. Gently explain that you are flattered but you’re not looking for love or to get involved in a relationship at the moment. She might be embarrassed, but there’s nothing to stop you from being both good friends and colleagues. It’s admirable that you know your own mind and aren’t being swayed by the crowd. You don’t have to justify yourself to anyone when it comes to your own love life. If there’s no chemistry, then that’s an end to it. I’m surprised your boss is still so liberal about the whole situation. Most aren’t… Please forward your problems to the usual Star postal address or email: Siobhan cannot give private replies to letters

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 35 4 AM I GAY? DAY THREE The nexT day Pal eva is round for Coffee FaITh, hOpE aNd SUE Lisa Wild So, tell me what happened He kissed like a wet fish and grabbed my boobs CalvIN aNd hObbES Bill Watterson So you enjoyed yourself, then? Very funny, he was awful and really rude dIlbERT Scott Adams eva sPills her Coffee over all her CloThes… Aaaaaahhhhhhh TaBBy helPs eva ouT of her CloThes Ugh… I’m soaking Quick get them off… it’s boiling Have a shower… I’ll put your clothes in the washer CONTINUES TOMORROW FOOD METHOD 1) Preheat the oven to 200°C. 2) Brush a large sheet of thick foil with the oil and GARDEN WITH ALAN TITCHMARSH ORIENTAL STYLE SEA bASS THIS dish makes a great centrepiece for a Chinese meal or buffet. This whole fish is cooked with ginger, garlic and spring onions and served with noodles. Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 1 tsp sunflower oil 1 sea bass, about 800g, cleaned and scaled 1 lime, cut into 4 slices 6 spring onions, cut into fine shreds 1 carrot and a 2.5cm piece of fresh ginger, both cut into fine matchsticks 2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced Just club together place the fish on top. Place the lime slices inside the fish and scatter over the spring onions, carrot, ginger and garlic. Drizzle over the soy sauce and sesame oil, and sprinkle over the coriander leaves. 3) Bring the ends of the foil together and fold and twist to seal in the fish. Place on a baking sheet and bake for 30–35 minutes or until the fish will flake easily. 4) Meanwhile, place the noodles in a saucepan of boiling 2 tbsp light soy sauce 1 tsp toasted sesame oil 1 tbsp fresh coriander leaves 250g fine Chinese egg noodles 1 tbsp sunflower oil 2 small red onions, cut to wedges 1 garlic clove, thinly sliced 300g beansprouts 3 tbsps light soy sauce water, return to the boil and simmer for three minutes. Drain well. Heat the oil in a wok, add the onions and garlic, and cook over a high heat for 30 seconds. Add the beansprouts and cook for one minute or until they begin to soften. Add the noodles together with the soy sauce. Cook over a high heat for three minutes, stirring and tossing well and serve with the fish. If you belong to a gardening club, encourage members to circulate their unwanted plastic pots, old gardening tools and any surplus plants instead of sending them to the local tip. It’s by far the most efficient means of recycling — and everyone benefits from it.

36 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ISEIR Public Notices (a) Liffey Healthcare Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at 6 Sycamore Drive, Kingswood, Tallaght Dublin 24, Tallaght, Dublin, D24H3KC, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register. (b) Black Castle Drinks Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at 57 Wicklow Height, Wicklow Town, Co Wicklow, Wicklow, A67YV27, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register. (c) Dome Tea Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at Apartment 95 West Courtyard, Tullyvale Cabinteely Dublin 18, Cabinteely, Dublin, D18Y5V9, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register (d) BB Gardens Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at 23 Weston Park Churchtown, Dublin 14, Dublin, D14PP99, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/ or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register (e) Jonron Distribution Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at 14 Hollywell, Poppintree Park Lane West, Dublin 11, Dublin, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register (f) B.W.I.D Limited, having its registered office and principal place of business at 83 Ballyroan Road, Dublin 16, Templeogue, Dublin, D16K1C6, Ireland having ceased to trade each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and/or having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register By Order of the Board, Ian Thomas Bissett (Director of Liffey Healthcare Limited) Riva O’Malley (Director of Black Castle Drinks Limited) Gabor Domotor (Director of Dome Tea Limited) Robert Buckley (Director of BB Gardens Limited) John Ronan (Director of Jonron Distribution Limited) Kevin Warren (Director of B.W.I.D Limited) DIY DIVORCE LTD. "FOR A QUICKER, AFFORDABLE DIVORCE" CONTACT CATHY ON 087 6300291 Like us on AN CHÚIRT CHUARDA THE CIRCUIT COURT DUBLIN CIRCUIT COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN IN THE MATTER OF THE LICENSING ACTS 1833 TO 2011 AND, IN PARTICULAR, IN THE MATTER OF THE INTOXICATING LIQUOR ACT 1988 SECTION 8 AND THE INTOXICATING LIQUOR ACT 2000 AND IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION BY FAVARA LIMITED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL RESTAURANT LICENCE TAKE NOTICE that Favara Limited having its registered office at 22 Baggot Street Upper, Dublin 4 in the City of Dublin, the owner and occupier of the premises known as Saba and situate at 7 South William Street, Dublin 2 in the City of Dublin intends to apply to the Circuit Court at Court 28, Dublin Circuit Court, Aras Ui Dhálaigh, Inns Quay, Dublin 7 on 18 th November 2021 at 10.30am or on such day or time thereafter as this application may be taken in its order in the Court List for such a CERTIFICATE as is mentioned in Section 8 of the Intoxicating Liquor Act 1988, as amended by the Intoxicating Liquor Act 2000, entitling it to receive, on payment of the fee specified in section 9 of the said Act, a Special Restaurant Licence in respect of the said restaurant premises as more particularly described and delineated on the maps and plans accompanying this Application. Dated this 15th day of October 2021 Signed: Paul Cadden Director/ Secretary of Favara Limited Sarah Gray Director of Favara Limited Signed: Flynn O’Driscoll LLP Solicitors for the Applicant No.1 Grant’s Row Lower Mount Street Dublin 2 To: The Chief Fire Officer Dublin Fire Brigade Headquarters 165-169 Townsend Street Dublin 2 And to: The Superintendent An Garda Síochána 1-6 Pearse Street Dublin 2 And to: The Judge of the District Court Dublin District Court Licensing Office First Floor Aras Ui Dhalaigh Inns Quay Dublin 7 And to: The County Registrar Circuit Court Licensing Office First Floor Aras Ui Dhalaigh Inns Quay Dublin 7 (a) Wine Cellar Design and Construction Limited, having its registered office at 8 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2 and having its principal place of business at 8 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2, having ceased to trade and (b) Essential O’Diffusion Limited, having its registered office at 7 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2 and having its principal place of business at 7 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2, never having traded and each of which has no assets exceeding €150 and having no liabilities exceeding €150, have each resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the Registrar on that basis to exercise his/her powers pursuant to section 733 of the Companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the registrar. By Order of the Board Cedric Vincas Director Kildare County Council We, Patrick & Emma Flood, intend to apply for retention permission for a wastewater treatment system and percolation area at Martinstown, Suncroft, Curragh, Co. Kildare The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Kildare County Council, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, Co. Kildare, during its public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee, €20, within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application, and such submissions or observations will be considered by the Planning Authority in making a decision on the application. The Planning Authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions, or may refuse to grant permission. IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 2014 AND IN THE MATTER OF FS GARAGES LIMITED Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 587 of the Companies Act 2014 that a meeting of creditors of the above named company will be held on 10th November 2021 at 11.15am for the purposes mentioned in Section 588 and Section 667 of the said Act. In order to comply with current government and health care advice, a physical meeting of members and creditors cannot take place. In order to provide creditors with the opportunity to participate in the meeting and request any additional information, the meeting will be held remotely by telephone and/or video conferencing facilities. In order to make such arrangements and to ensure that all those wishing to participate are able to take part, creditors are requested to submit their Proxy Form in advance of the meeting and indicate that they wish to be sent details by email of how they may participate in the meeting at the required time. Mr. Declan Clancy of Status Corporate Advisory, 6 Lakelands Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin is proposed for appointment as liquidator. Dated this 19th day of October 2021 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD NOTE: Where any person wishes to be represented and/ or vote by Proxy, the form of Proxy must be lodged to 1 Terenure Place, Terenure, Dublin 6W not later than 4.00p.m. on the 8th November 2021. Wicklow Co Council: Spencer Simmonds & Antoinette Redmond seek planning permission for development at St Colmcille, Priory Road, Delgany, Co WIcklow. The development consists of the demolition of existing single storey extension and erection of a two storey extension totalling 144m2 to the side of existing house and all ancillary and site works. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of Wicklow County Council, County Buildings, Wicklow during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. Pliigo Consulting Limited never having traded having its registered office at Ferry House, 48 Mount Street Lower, Co. Dublin, D02PT98, Ireland and having its principal place of business at Ferry House, 48 Mount Street Lower, Co. Dublin, D02PT98, Ireland, and has no assets exceeding €150 and having no liabilities exceeding €150, has resolved to notify the Registrar of Companies that the company is not carrying on business and to request the Registrar on that basis to exercise his powers pursuant to section 733 of the Companies Act 2014 to strike the name of the company off the register. By Order of the Board Paul Fegan as secretary and Saiid Ordibehesht & Paul Fegan as Directors. Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 Planning and Development (Strategic Housing Development) Regulations 2017 Notice of Strategic Housing Development Application to An Bord Pleanála Palemink Limited intend to apply to An Bord Pleanála for permission for a strategic housing development at a site of c. 0.3772 ha at the former Siemens site, at the corner of Ballymoss Road and Blackthorn Avenue, Sandyford Business District, Dublin 18. The development will include the demolition of the existing building on site and the construction a ‘Build to Rent’ (BTR) apartment development. This will consist of 2 no. blocks ranging in height up to 15 storeys (over single level basement) along with a single storey kiosk building. The development will comprise 190 no. apartments (92 no. 1-beds, 86 no. 2-beds & 12 no. 3-beds). All residential units provided with private balconies/terraces to the north/south/east/west elevations. The BTR development will also include Resident Support Facilities & Resident Services & Amenities (total floor area c.594 sq.m) including concierge, management area, co working/meeting rooms, multipurpose rooms, relaxation/ sitting areas, parcel area, and resident’s pavilion and bicycle service station. Block 1 will also include a commercial office area, over two floors measuring c.518 sq.m. Block 2 will include a restaurant (c.152.5 sq.m) and a gym (161.7sq.m) accessible to the general public. A café kiosk of c.25 sq.m will be provided on the plaza. Provision of 59 no. car parking spaces in the basement and 474 no. cycle parking spaces at basement/surface level. Vehicular/pedestrian/cyclist access from Ballymoss Road. A new public plaza will be provided fronting onto Blackthorn Avenue. Communal open space will also be provided at ground and roof levels. All associated site development works, landscaping, boundary treatments, plant areas, waste management areas, cycle parking areas, and services provision (including ESB substations). The application contains a statement setting out how the proposal will be consistent with the objectives of the relevant Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Development Plan 2016-2022. The application contains a statement indicating why permission should be granted for the proposed development, having regard to a consideration specified in section 37(2)(b) of the Planning and Development Act, 2000, as amended, notwithstanding that the proposed development materially contravenes a relevant development plan or local area plan other than in relation to the zoning of the land. The application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, during public opening hours at the offices of An Bord Pleanála and Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. The application may also be inspected online at the following website set up by the applicant: Any person may, within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by An Bord Pleanála of the application and on payment of the prescribed fee of €20 (except for certain prescribed bodies), make a submission or observations in writing to An Bord Pleanála, 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 or online at, relating to the implications of the proposed development, if carried out, for proper planning and sustainable development in the area or areas concerned, and the likely effects on the environment or the likely effects on a European site, as the case may be, of the proposed development, if carried out. Submissions or observations duly made will be considered by An Bord Pleanála in making a decision on the application. Such submissions or observations must also include the following information: a. the name of the person, authority or body making the submission or observations, the name of the person, if any, acting on behalf of that person, authority or body, and the address to which any correspondence relating to the application should be sent, b. the subject matter of the submission or observations, and c. the reasons, considerations and arguments on which the submission or observations is or are based. An Bord Pleanála may grant permission for the strategic housing development as proposed, or may grant permission subject to such modifications as it specifies in its decision, or may grant permission in part only, with or without any other modifications it may specify in its decision, or may refuse to grant permission for the proposed development. An Bord Pleanála may attach to a grant of permission such conditions as it considers appropriate. Any enquiries relating to the application process should be directed to the Strategic Housing Development Section of An Bord Pleanála (Tel. 01-8588100). Any enquiries relating to the application process should be directed to the Strategic Housing Development Section of An Bord Pleanála (Tel. 01-8588100). A person may question the validity of a decision of An Bord Pleanála by way of an application for judicial review, under Order 84 of the Rules of the Superior Courts (S.I. No. 15 of 1986), in accordance with sections 50 and 50A of the Planning and Development Act 2000 (No. 30 of 2000), as amended. Practical information on the review mechanism can be found in the Judicial Review Notice on the An Bord Pleanála website: or on the Citizens Information Service website: Signed: Brenda Butterly (Agent), McGill Planning Ltd., 22 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2. Date of publication: 20th October 2021 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. I/We Fónua Ltd T/A Fónfix intend to apply for permission for permission for development at a site: Sandyford Business Park, Burton Hall Avenue, Sandyford, Dublin 18. The development will consist/ consists of the installation of an advertising sign promoting the Fónfix repair services. The sign will measure 3 metres high from path level and 1.8 metres wide. The planning application may be inspected or purchased for a fee not exceeding a reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, during its public hours of Monday to Friday from 10.00pm to 4.00pm. A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority, on payment of a fee of €20 within 5 weeks of receipt of the application by the Planning Authority and such submissions or observations will be considered by the Planning Authority in making a decision on the application. The Planning Authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions or may refuse to grant permission. Tipperary County Council - We, Tesco Ireland Limited, intend to apply for permission for development at a c.0.010 ha site in the car park of Tesco, Limerick Road (N24), Tipperary Town, Co. Tipperary, E34 X658. The development will consist of: (i) the construction of a sheltered canopy (c. 50 sq.m) in the existing car park for the purpose of providing 2 no. dedicated “Click and Collect” spaces for the existing Tesco store; (ii) ancillary signage; and (iii) all associated site development works. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL Permission is sought for the following; a new revised glazed shopfront with a single door, construct a single storey pitched roof extension to the rear of the existing building for storage, incorporating new a smaller roller shutter type access door and pedestrian gate onto the rear lane and to change the use from vacant financial commercial unit on the ground floor of this three storey mid terrace building to a pet related retail/reception to the front of the unit and veterinary clinic to the rear of the existing unit and associated internal modifications. by Maeve Walsh at Ground floor unit, 8 main st, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. Meath county Council Further Information with Revised Plans I, Jennifer McGrath, Stackallen, Slane, Co. Meath Planning Ref. 21714, Significant further information with revised plans, in relation to the application have been furnished to the Planning Authority, and are available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the authority during office hours, and A submission or observation in relation to the further information with revised plans may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee. Submission or observations to be sent to the Planning Authority within two weeks of receipt by the Planning Authority of the newspaper notice and site notice or in the case of a planning application accompanied by an Environmental Impact Statement (E.I.S.), within 5 weeks of receipt of such notices by the Planning Authority. Kildare County Council On behalf of Michael Dever, Retention Planning Permission is sought for concrete slab recently installed in meadow to rear of existing dwelling. Planning Permission is also sought for storage shed to be constructed on the existing concrete slab which is also subject of this application. Above works along with associated landscaping and site works, at Balscott, Celbridge, Co. Kildare, W12YWV8. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL We, Howard & Katie Hardy, intend to apply for planning permission on this site 7 Broadmeadow Road, Swords, Co. Dublin. The development will consist of the construction of a single storey ‘family flat’ to the east side of the existing dwelling and all associated site works. The Planning Application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours and a submission or observation may be made to the Planning Authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. Wicklow County Council – Significant Information / Revised Plans - I give notice of the submission of significant further information to Wicklow County Council in relation to planning application 21/677 for Kish Renewables Limited who are applying for permission at Kish Business Park, Clogga Road, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. The undeveloped site is located in the townlands of Kish and Bogland. Proposal consists of construction of Biofuel facility comprising of a part 3 storey and part single storey commercial building with a total floor area of 1771m2, covered truck filling / unloading area. Pipe bridge and tank farm storage area. The overall building height is 14 metres with solar panels on the roof. The maximum height of any storage tank is 12 metres and the boiler room chimney is 15 metres. Extension of the existing Kish Business Park access road, footpaths, drainage and water supply to serve the subject site. New internal roads, footpaths, 21 no. car parking spaces, 10 no. cycle parking spaces and parking and circulation areas for 10 no. trucks; 2 no. vehicular entrances, pedestrian access, boundary treatment and landscaping, esb substation and new underground foul and storm water drainage system for the site including rainwater harvesting, attenuation pond, full retention oil interceptor and associated works. The application site area is 1.6 hectares. An Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIAR) has been prepared and will be submitted to the Planning Authority with the planning application and the EIAR will be available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority. The proposed development relates to a development that requires an industrial emission licence from the EPA. Significant Further Information / Revised Plans have been furnished to the planning authority in respect of the proposed development, and are available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of Wicklow County Council during the its public opening hours. A submission or observation in relation to the further information or revised plans may be made in writing to the planning authority within the period of 2 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the planning authority of the revised notices. A submission or observation must be accompanied by the prescribed fee, except in the case of person or body who has already made a submission or observation. KILDARE COUNTY COUNCIL Significant Further Information, Shane Campbell, Suncroft Road, Brownstown Great, Brownstown, The Curragh, Co. Kildare. Planning Register Number: 21/529 The development applied for consisted of the change of use of the existing two storey and part single storey commercial building to a two storey and part single storey residential building consisting of 12no. apartments as follows: 4no. one-bed ground floor apartments; 4no. one-bed first floor apartments; 3no. two-bed ground floor apartments and 1no. two-bed first floor apartment together with the provision of all associated & ancillary siteworks, private and public open space, boundary treatments and landscaping works. Significant Further Information in relation to the application has been submitted to the Planning Authority and consists of a reduction in the number of apartments from 12no. to 10no. units by reducing the number of ground floor apartments from seven dwellings to five dwellings by combining the previously proposed apartments no.’s 4 & 6 (both single bed units) into a 3-bed apartment and combining apartments no.’s 5 & 7 (both single bed units) into a 2-bed apartment along with a revised site layout indicating all associated & ancillary siteworks, private and public open space, boundary treatments and landscaping works. The significant further information is available for inspection or purchase at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy at the offices of the Planning Authority during public opening hours of the Planning Department. A submission or observation in relation to the significant further information may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee within 2 weeks from receipt of new notices by the Planning Authority (this fee is not applicable to persons who made original observations/submissions).

ISEIR Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Further Information. Edward Cannon, Geraldine Cannon, Corey Cannon and Martin Smyth have applied for planning permission for 1) alterations to the front and side of the existing house at 5 Churchtown Avenue; 2) the construction of 1 no. one and two storey three bedroom detached house (160 sq. m.) and 1 no. one and two storey four bedroom detached house (209 sq. m.) and; 3) all other site development works required to facilitate the development including internal access ways, boundary treatments, and hard and soft landscaping on a c 0.211 hectare site at 5 Churchtown Avenue, Rathmines Great, Dublin 14. Planning Reference: D21A/0498 refers. In this regard note that Significant Further Information has been furnished to the Planning Authority and is available for inspection or purchase at the offices of the Planning Authority at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, during its public opening hours, and that a submission or observation in relation to the Further Information may be made to the Authority in writing and on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within 2 weeks of the date of receipt of the newspaper notice and site notice (within 5 weeks in the case of an application accompanied by an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)) by the Authority and no further fee is required where a valid submission or observation has already been made in respect of this planning application. Meath County Council We, Charles & Mairead Cosgrave, intend to apply for permission for development at Blackhall Big, Kilcloon, Co. Meath, A85 CX81. The development will consist of a single storey extension with 1no. rooflight to side of existing dwelling. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours, and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Planning Authority of the application. Adult ChAt line South Dublin County Council. The Peter McVerry Trust seeks permission for development at the combined sites of ‘The Priory’ and ‘Leabeg’, Kiltipper road, Oldbawn, Dublin 24. The development will consist of: (1) The demolition of ‘Leabeg’, the existing single storey detached dwelling with single storey extensions to the rear. To include the single storey rear ancillary shed, boiler house shelter and removal of septic tank. (2) Existing ‘the Priory’ building not affected by this application, as per previously granted planning permission SD15/0202. (3) The demolition of ancillary buildings on ‘the Priory’ site, including the single storey detached rear building, gas boiler enclosure, boundary palisade / timber fences that connect both sites and the removal of septic tank. (4) Construction of 10no. one-bedroom, single storey houses in three blocks. Consisting of: - Block A (Gross floor area:204m 2), Unit No.1, Unit No.2, Unit No.3, Unit No.4. - Block B (Gross floor area 205m 2), Unit No.5, Unit No.6, Unit No.7, Unit No.8. - Block C (Gross floor area 104m 2), Unit No.9, Unit No.10. (5) The demolition of existing boundary fence and entrance walls along Kiltipper road to both properties. (6) To establish a new site entrance with new boundary fences, piers and automatic gates. New pedestrian entrance route with a proposed pathway from entrance to the housing units. To construct a new boundary with automatic gates to the current ‘Leabeg’ site entrance. (7) Provision for 10no car parking spaces, including 2no disabled car parking spaces and 2no electric car charging ports. A new connected driveway layout, new bicycle stands, new enclosed bin stores, new landscaped gardens and paving areas, covered pergola areas and all ancillary site development works and site services. (8) Sites are covered under development plan housing strategy 2022-2028 H1 Objective 3 and housing strategy H1 objective 5 2016-2022. The planning application may be inspected or purchased at the offices of South Dublin County Council, County Hall, Town Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24 during its public opening hours of Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm., and may also be viewed on the Council’s website – A submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to South Dublin County Council on payment of a fee of €20 within 5 weeks of receipt of the application by South Dublin County Council and such submissions or observations will be considered by the Planning Authority in making a decision on the application. The Planning Authority may grant permission subject to or without conditions or may refuse to grant permission. Meath County Council I, Ion Busuioc, Intend to apply for Permission for Alterations to previously approved dwelling (Planning Register Number AA/190590) which is currently under construction at Site B, To the rear of Bridge Cottage, Milltown Road, Ashbourne, Co. Meath with access from Crenigans Bánóg to be known as 94 Crenigans Bánóg, Ashbourne, Co. Meath The development will consist of a) Change in roof pitch of main roof with a subsequent increase in ridge height of 1586mm, ridge of front gable subsequently increases in height by 524mm, 2 No. rooflights to the front elevation of the main roof and 6 No. rooflights to the rear elevation of the main roof, b) Internal elevations to layout including the conversion of the attic space to habitable accommodation, c) Minor elevational alterations. This application is running concurrently to a planning application for similar amendments to the neighbouring property to be known as 93 Crenigans Bánóg, Ashbourne, Co. Meath The planning application may be inspected or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of the Planning Authority during its public opening hours, and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made in writing to the Planning Authority on payment of the prescribed fee (€20.00) within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the Planning Authority of the application. Dublin City Council Michael Weir seeks planning permission for the development at the site 62 Clanbrassil Street Upper, Dublin 8. The development consists of changing the use of the existing barber shop of 141 sqm on ground floor to a restaurant, Changing the facade of the shopfront and changing the Ground Floor external outdoor parking area to a (27sqm) outdoor dining area. The planning application may be inspected, or purchased at a fee not exceeding the reasonable cost of making a copy, at the offices of Dublin City Council during its public opening hours and a submission or observation in relation to the application may be made to the authority in writing on payment of the prescribed fee within the period of 5 weeks beginning on the date of receipt by the authority of the application. 1590 calls cost €2.95 P/M. 1550 calls cost €0.97 P/M 18+ BDC 0818286600. You may receive promotional sms to opt out text remove to 57977 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 37 ■ RUGBY forward stole the show TADHG CALLS ALL THE SHOTS Munster boss Johann van Graan has credited tadhg Beirne for saving the day in the face of Connacht attempting to pull a cheeky, ‘stroke’ at the line-out last weekend. The visitor’s continually re-shouted the home side’s coded calls, purposefully putting the words in different orders and introducing other similar words. So, with Munster shouting their coded throw as, say, ‘Gibraltar Red Echo Five Moyross…’ This would be met by a cacophony of Connacht players shouting variations such as ‘Echo Gibraltar Ballynanty Red’ and specifically changing the number. Munster Voices There were, it seems, lots and lots and lots of voices echoing in the Thomond night and, as it turned out, they successfully confused the Munster thrower and jumpers through the first-half. Simply put, Munster’s line-out folded! Derek FOLEY REPORTS “It is certainly not illegal,” noted van Graan when asked was it ‘illegal’, ‘gamemanship’ or a ‘brilliant stroke’. “Now, obviously with some of their players having been here before they might have had an inkling of how we call — that is just the nature of sport. “Some of the very best players in the world, someone like Maro Itoje for instance, is brilliant at the tactic and we have got to have the ability to adapt.” Worried staff couldn’t wait for half-time to try and get to grips with the confusion. “That’s what you get at half-time, a chance to readjust you strategy. I felt we did that really well. “We changed the way that we called and what we would go to, for an MAIn MAn: Beirne rises high against Connacht and (below) van Graan Beirne praised for big line-out display example a ‘silent call’, so the opposition can’t call it back to you. “Tadhg called the second-half line-out really well and that gave us the maul, that gave us penalties, that gave us second-half position. “The line-out has really become an art in terms of what you need to see. Call “ I t i s an underestimated position, your line-out caller is the player who has got to adjust in real time in terms of what it is happening next to him and when there are problems. “It is easy to make a call but executing that, looking at what the opposition bring, what do they call, how do they shift, how do they change, how much of a gap do they give you, have they got two pods or a single pod supporting, do they stay down, do they go up? “In just what I have outlined there alone, there is maybe three hours of discussions! “So somebody like Tadhg, somebody like Fineen Wycherley too, is phenomenal in that, so if I can use the example of somebody like Billy Holland, certainly one of his biggest strings is his ability to execute under pressure. “There are examples of good line-out callers all over the world, mostly second-rows and No.6’s. “But whomever calls the line-out, that’s a speciality position and you have to have the ability to perform under pressure, which was what was needed as Connacht posed us a problem that needed an urgent solution!” FAI HANDED AVIVA SELL-OUT BOOST ■■from back page fixture with ulster will take place at the Aviva on saturday. the FAI yesterday welcomed the Government announcement. In a statement, the governing body confirmed “that capacity at the Aviva stadium will return to 100 per cent” for the november 11 visit of Portugal. “We are delighted to inform supporters that pre-sale for season ticket holders, Club Ireland members and Corporate Box customers will open on thursday, October 21, with all stakeholders to be informed of sale details by email. “Public sales for all remaining tickets will commence on from tuesday, October 26 at 10am.” Connacht scrumhalf Kieran Marmion was delighted by the news. “We are all excited by it, to get to play in the national stadium is obviously a great experience,” he said. Empty “I’d rather we had them in the sportsground but while it might feel a little bit empty, at the same it is great that we can get to the Aviva when we can.” It is a pitch that holds few fears for Connacht, not least from their last outing — beating ulster in their first game back following the suspension of the 2019/20 Guinness PrO14. “the last time we played there we played pretty well so it suits our fast game and hopefully the weather will be nice.” It was a sentiment echoed by flanker Conor Oliver — he had a sensational ruck-time steal in that game. “I like playing there because it is a faster surface and the running game is the game we want to play,” says the skerries-born flanker. “I think ulster will also want to run the ball as well so I think it is going to be a really good game. “I am hoping it is not too close and it comes out in our favour but I feel it will go down to the wire.”

38 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 A SWING AND MIS’ ■■Ben GIBSON MISHRIFF attempts to redeem himself after disappointing in Saturday’s Champion Stakes at Ascot when he runs in next month’s Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar. Winner of the Juddmonte, Saudi Cup and Sheema Classic, Mishriff finished fourth behind French raider Sealiway at Ascot. Ted Voute, racing manager for Mishriff’s owner Prince Faisal, said: “They’d a bit of rain in the morning and with both John (Gosden, trainer) and the jockey (David Egan), the first thing out of their mouths was that he wasn’t going on the ground.” Appleby on brink CHARLIE APPLEBY is on the brink of being crowned champion trainer for the very first time. Bookies have stopped taking bets on the race to be the number one as the Newmarket handler is £500,000 (€595k) clear of John and Thady Gosden. The title race, which started in January, runs until December 31. The balance of power has also returned to Godolphin with Sheikh Mohammed’s operation becoming the season’s leading owners. Appleby, who has won the ■■Michael HENNESSY Derby and St Leger, is expected to continue his phenomenal season with fancied runners at Newbury on Saturday. Contest Noble Truth is on course for the Group Three Horris Hill Stakes and Siskany lines up in the St Simon Stakes, also a Group Three contest. Meanwhile, Appleby will also continue his lucrative forays abroad with Goldspur running at Saint-Cloud on Saturday and Kemari at Longchamp on Sunday. Appleby and his team also have a huge amount to look forward to next season with as he trains two of the top colts for next year’s Classics in Native Trail and Coroebus. David Stevens, of Coral, said: “We’ve stopped all betting on the trainers’ title as Charlie is so far clear. “The Gosdens will need to win every race on the allweather. Also, it looks like Charlie has not stopped winning with his runners.” SCORE: Noble Truth with William Buick wins the Flying Scotsman Stakes from farside Hoo Ya Mal ISEIR NEWMARKET 1560 999 910 1.00 DISCOVER NEWMARKET FILLIES’ RESTRICTED NOVICE STAKES (GBB) (DIV I) (4) 7f 2yo only £4,860 10 runners. 1 (2) 531328 SILVER KITTEN (41) (D) M Johnston 2-9-3 J Fanning 87 2 (7) 79 CANTERBURY BELL (21) W Haggas 2-9-0 T Marquand 75 3 (5) LILA GIRL Michael Bell 2-9-0 A Atzeni - 4 (4) 7 MORE DIAMONDS (30) R Hughes 2-9-0 W Buick 81 5 (3) 4 SOCIAL CONTACT (23) R Varian 2-9-0 D Tudhope 92 6 (10) TROIS VALLEES J Tate 2-9-0 R L Moore - 7 (6) CENTRALLIA R Beckett 2-8-12 R Hornby - 8 (8) SCOTCH MIST Miss J Feilden 2-8-12 D Hogan - 9 (1) 8 YOU’RE ON MUTE (25) C Wall 2-8-12 J Mitchell 55 10 (9) CRAFTY MISTRESS E Dunlop 2-8-10 K Shoemark - 2020: Entwine 2 9 0, Pat Cosgrave 4/1 (Jim Boyle), 8 ran. Star Betting 2 Social Contact, 9‐2 Silver Kitten, 13‐2 Canterbury Bell, Centrallia, 7 Trois Vallees, 15‐2 Lila Girl, 10 More Diamonds, 20 Others STARFORM SOCIAL CONTACT Danger SILVER KITTEN 1.30 ¤1.28 p/min. Calls from mobiles & other networks vary. 18+ Helpline Phonovation 0818 217 100 JASON HEAVEY STAR TIP 1.00 Centrallia Social Contact 1.30 Hither Tosca Time 2.05 Noble Order Noble Order 2.40 Al Nafir Al Nafir 3.15 High Fibre (nap) Wind Your Neck In 3.50 Bashkirova Bashkirova 4.25 Perseus Way Storm Asset 5.00 Lawful Command Convection Going GOOD TO FIRM DISCOVER NEWMARKET FILLIES’ RESTRICTED NOVICE STAKES (GBB) (DIV II) (4) 7f 2yo only £4,860 9 runners. 1 (2) ABALONE PEARL A Murphy 2-9-0 S De Sousa - 2 (4) HITHER R Beckett 2-9-0 R Hornby - 3 (6) 9 INDY MOON (18) E Dunlop 2-9-0 K Shoemark 57 4 (3) SPECIAL TIMES Clive Cox 2-9-0 NON RUNNER - 5 (7) CAPUCHINERO T Clover 2-8-12 J Mitchell - 6 (8) 8 CHIPS AND RICE (25) C Wall 2-8-12 A Atzeni 80 7 (5) SOUND ANGELA R Varian 2-8-12 Jefferson Smith - 8 (1) 68 TOSCA TIME (39) S Kirk 2-8-12 P J McDonald 80 9 (9) 0 ELLEN CLACY (69) D & C Kubler 2-8-10 Nicola Currie 36 2020: Entwine 2 9 0, Pat Cosgrave 4/1 (Jim Boyle), 8 ran. Star Betting 13‐8 Sound Angela, 11‐4 Hither, 7 Abalone Pearl, Capuchinero, 10 Chips And Rice, 14 Indy Moon, Tosca Time, 20 Others STARFORM CHIPS AND RICE Danger TOSCA TIME GOWRAN PARK Going: SOFT TO HEAVY 1m6f Winning Post 5f 7f Startpoint 1m1f 1m4f Highest Point Lowest Point 6f Open ditch 1m 1m2f Water jump Fence Top trainers at the track (2017-21): Charlie Appleby 72-241 (30%), Mark Johnston 35-263 (13%), Roger Varian 33-227 (15%), William Haggas 29-220 (13%), Andrew Balding 28-227 (12%), Ralph Beckett 24-144 (17%), Richard Hannon 22-337 (7%). 2.05 RACING TV NOVICE STAKES (4) 7f 2yo only £4,860 14 runners. 1 (8) APPLAUD NOW Clive Cox 2-9-0 A Kirby - 2 (5) 80 AWAY WIT DA FAIRYS (20) A Haynes 2-9-0 S De Sousa 66 3 (10) BIZARRE LAW A Balding 2-9-0 R Hornby - 4 (1) CLAYMORE Jane Chapple-Hyam 2-9-0 J Fanning - 5 (3) ENZOS ANGEL S C Williams 2-9-0 D Tudhope - 6 (13) 8 FEARLESS BAY (18) E Dunlop 2-9-0 J Crowley 74 7 (12) IT IS NOW R Varian 2-9-0 A Atzeni - 8 (7) LETTER OF THE LAW D Quinn 2-9-0 P-L Jamin (3) - 9 (14) MR BIG STUFF (H 1 ) Richard Spencer 2-9-0 A Villiers (3) - 10 (2) MY PROSPERO W Haggas 2-9-0 T Marquand - 11 (6) NOBLE ORDER C Appleby 2-9-0 W Buick - 12 (9) SWATCH R Brisland 2-9-0 D Keenan - 13 (11) 80 THE MAD MONK (18) Richard Spencer 2-9-0 Hayley Turner 60 14 (4) THE MOUSE KING Miss J Feilden 2-9-0 D Hogan - 2020: Mutasaabeq 2 9 0, Dane O’Neill 17/2 (Charles Hills), 7 ran. Star Betting 7‐4 Noble Order, 4 My Prospero, 6 Bizarre Law, It Is Now, 10 Applaud Now, Fearless Bay, 16 Enzos Angel, 20 Others STARFORM FEARLESS BAY Danger AWAY WIT DA FAIRYS 2.40 1.15-1, MISTER WILSON (N Crosse) 3/1fav; 2, Lexi’s Dream 9/2; 3, Bayou Belle 50/1; NRs: Molly’s Gamble, Lamprog, Chaos Control, Cryptos Dream. 12 ran. 3 3 /4, 4 3 /4. (P Mcenery). Tote: Win €3.10; PL €1.50, €1.20, €10.50; Exacta €16.60; CSF €17.29; Tricast €503.46 Trifecta €618.70 1.45-1, SUSSEX (W M Lordan) 12/1; 2, Comfort Zone 4/5fav; 3, Navajo Warrior 6/1; 13 ran. 3 /4, 2. (A P O’Brien). Tote: Win €20.40; PL €1.60, €1.10, €2.30; Exacta €41.00; CSF €22.76; Trifecta €163.80 2.20-1, SUNSET SHIRAZ (G F Carroll) 1/7fav; 2, Princess Azure 6/1; 3, Independent Expert 50/1; NRs: Pink Socks, Serafina, Term Of Endearment. 10 ran. 6, 1 1 /2. (G Cromwell). Tote: Win €1.10; PL €1.02, €1.10, €10.00; Exacta €3.00; CSF €1.96; Trifecta €94.00 2.55-1, DUTCH SCHAEFER (J M Sheridan) 5/1; 2, Evergreen And Red 11/8fav; 3, Hot Bell 13/2; NRs: Shazza, Lyra Belacqua, In The Cheap Seats, Time To Burn. 15 ran. 1 /2, 4 1 /2. (D Hogan). Tote: Win €5.00; PL €1.20, €1.30, €2.40; Exacta €18.20; CSF €11.78; Tricast €51.11 Trifecta €50.00 3.30-1, MACHO TIME (S Kelly) 7/1; 2, Stamp Of Authority 125/1; 3, Facethepuckout 7/1. Also: Joupe 4/1fav; NRs: Blankiedoodie, Drombeg Duke, World Title, Taggalo. 15 ran. 1 /2, 5 1 /2. (E O’Connell). Tote: Win €7.10; PL €1.90, €17.90, €2.90; Exacta €1145.20; CSF €733.22; Tricast €6426.62 4.05-1, TRUCE (M Sheehy) 13/2; 2, Happywifehappylife 11/4; 3, Easily 5/1. Also: Flora 11/10fav; NRs: Acqua Di Gioia, Miss Polly Shelby. 16 ran. 3 1 /4, 4 1 /4. (J P O’Brien). Tote: Win €7.10; PL €1.90, €1.60, €1.90; Exacta €31.60; CSF €27.17; Trifecta €200.00 4.40-1, ACT OF GOD (W J Lee) 14/1; 2, Autumn Evening 4/1; 3, Father Ailbe 20/1. Also: Wolf Prince 5/4fav; 14 ran. 1 /2, 3 1 /4. (E O’Grady). Tote: Win €18.00; PL €4.10, €1.40, €5.60; Exacta €95.20; CSF €69.99; Tricast €1171.87 Trifecta €333.60 5.15-1, DUTCH SCHULTZ (G F Carroll) 3/1fav; 2, Mountain Fox 9/1; 3, Wajaaha 7/1; NR: Weather Alert. 13 ran. 8, 2 3 /4. (G Cromwell). Tote: Win €4.40; PL €2.00, €4.90, €3.10; Exacta €27.70; CSF €31.11; Tricast €182.59 Trifecta €476.00 JACKPOT 506 to a 1 euro stake. Pool: 722.86 - 0.08 winning units PLACEPOT 45.40 (Race 1) 8, 11, 15; (2) 10, 2, 8; (3) 7, 4, 12; (4) 14, 4, 10; (5) 2, 15, 1; (6) 13, 10, 6; EXETER Going: GOOD (Good to firm in places) 1.00-1, MICK PASTOR (H Cobden) 2/5fav; 2, Sebastopol 7/4; 2 ran. 20. (P Nicholls). Tote: Win £1.30; 1.30-1, SOUL ICON (Mr F Procter) 11/4fav; 2, Norley 6/1; 3, Good Bye 11/1; 13 ran. 3, 9. (Keiran Burke). Tote: Win £3.50; PL £1.60, £2.40, £3.20; Exacta £21.40; CSF £18.58; Tricast £157.97 Trifecta £205.70 2.05-1, AN TAILLIUR (J O’Neill Jr) 6/5fav; 2, Khan 2m2f Top jockeys at the track (2017-21): W Buick 73-290 (25%), R L Moore 33-305 (11%), J Crowley 30-227 (13%), S De Sousa 27-183 (15%), A Atzeni 20-182 (11%), A Kirby 13-117 (11%), T Marquand 12-186 (6%). HOME OF RACING MAIDEN STAKES (GBB) (3) 1m2f 2yo only £6,480 10 runners. 1 (8) 2 AL NAFIR (18) (BF) C Appleby 2-9-5 W Buick 94 2 (6) 0 ANGER MANAGEMENT (27) John Ryan 2-9-5 D Keenan 24 3 (7) 83 LAATANSA (18) E Dunlop 2-9-5 J Crowley 93 4 (3) 82 LUIS FERNANDO (16) W Haggas 2-9-5 T Marquand 82 5 (2) MARCH MOON J & T Gosden 2-9-5 A Kirby - 6 (9) NEW LONDON C Appleby 2-9-5 R Winston - 7 (4) 63 SOUL STOPPER (54) A Balding 2-9-5 A Atzeni 86 8 (5) 4 WHOLEOFTHEMOON (52) R Hughes 2-9-5 R L Moore 83 9 (1) 54 DELPHINUS (32) (P 1 ) J & T Gosden 2-9-0 K Shoemark 87 10 (10) 6 QUEENS BALLET (32) P Chapple-Hyam 2-9-0 P J McDonald 79 2020: Pied Piper 2 9 5, Robert Havlin 7/2 (John Gosden), 7 ran. Star Betting 5‐2 Al Nafir, 4 Laatansa, 6 March Moon, 7 Soul Stopper, Wholeofthemoon, 8 Delphinus, 10 Luis Fernando, 12 New London, 16 Queens Ballet, 20 Others STARFORM AL NAFIR Danger LAATANSA 2m 3/1; 6 ran. 1, 20. (Jonjo O’Neill). Tote: Win £1.80; PL £1.20, £1.80; Exacta £5.20; CSF £5.39; Trifecta £23.00 2.40-1, FROM THE HEART (S Houlihan) 6/1; 2, Gleno 100/30. Also: Larkbarrow Lad 9/4fav; 5 ran. 34, 8. (P Hobbs). Tote: Win £6.80; PL £2.80, £1.50; Exacta £27.70; CSF £25.24; Trifecta £105.60 3.15-1, FORGET YOU NOT (J Best) 25/1; 2, Jarlath 11/1. Also: Pens Man 5/4fav; NR: Troed Y Melin. 6 ran. 6 1 /2, 3 1 /2. (J Plessis). Tote: Win £21.00; PL £5.80, £4.10; Exacta £238.70; CSF £212.94; Trifecta £873.10 3.50-1, EEL PIE ISLAND (T Buckley) 5/2fav; 2, Bonnet 6/1; 3, Iliade Allen 9/2; 8 ran. 2 1 /2, 4 1 /4. (R Beckett). Tote: Win £3.10; PL £1.30, £2.00, £1.80; Exacta £12.60; CSF £17.74; Trifecta £39.70 PLACEPOT £810.30 (Race 1) 1; (2) 13, 3, 4; (3) 1, 5; (4) 5, 3; (5) 7, 2; (6) 6, 5, 7; YARMOUTH Going: GOOD TO SOFT (6.1) 1.23-1, SHAARA (D O’Neill) 12/1; 2, A Cappella 6/1; 3, Yarralumla 5/1. Also: Show Lights 7/2fav; 16 ran. nk, 1. (J & T Gosden). Tote: Win £15.50; PL £4.80, £2.60, £2.50; Exacta £147.70; CSF £87.22; Trifecta £1443.40 1.55-1, HEAT OF THE MOMENT (J Crowley) 33/1; 2, Favourite Child 5/1; 3, Cookies And Creme 25/1. Also: Clitheroe 4/7fav; NR: Morag McCullagh. 13 ran. 2 1 /2, 1 1 /2. (Jane Chapple-Hyam). Tote: Win £39.30; PL £7.10, £1.70, £5.40; Exacta £271.30; CSF £194.10; Trifecta £3491.20 2.30-1, TARHIB (J Crowley) 1/40fav; 2, Show Me YESTERDAY’S RESULTS Now 66/1; 5 ran. 4, 1 1 /2. (W Haggas). Tote: Win £1.02; PL £1.02, £7.50; Exacta £6.00; CSF £13.11; Trifecta £11.40 3.05-1, POCKET THE PROFIT (R L Moore) 9/4fav; 2, Mystical Music 22/1; 3, Silks Dream 9/1; 14 ran. 1 1 /4, 3 3 /4. (G Boughey). Tote: Win £2.90; PL £1.40, £7.00, £2.90; Exacta £69.50; CSF £64.56; Tricast £399.40 Trifecta £735.20 3.40-1, PILLARS OF EARTH (J Mitchell) 4/1fav; 2, Voi 7/1; 3, Born To Sire 14/1; 15 ran. 1 1 /2, hd. (W Stone). Tote: Win £4.80; PL £2.10, £2.40, £4.90; Exacta £40.20; CSF £29.41; Tricast £365.45 Trifecta £605.20 4.15-1, PRYDWEN (M Ghiani) 16/1; 2, Rogue Power 7/1; 3, Our New Buddy 7/1. Also: Dr Rio 4/1fav; NRs: Finoah, Legal Rights. 14 ran. 1 /2, 6 1 /2. (G Scott). Tote: Win £19.50; PL £5.90, £2.90, £2.90; Exacta £209.40; CSF £122.74; Tricast £872.98 Trifecta £1809.10 4.50-1, CLIFFCAKE (L Edmunds) 5/1; 2, Light Lily 28/1; 3, Katyusha 100/30fav; NR: Purple Power. 15 ran. 1 /2, 1 /2. (S R Bowring). Tote: Win £6.70; PL £2.40, £8.30, £1.60; Exacta £172.50; CSF £148.48; Tricast £547.04 Trifecta £1011.30 5.23-1, SHECANDOO (M Dwyer) 14/1; 2, Shamarouski 11/4fav; 3, Miss Bella Brand 7/2; NRs: Knockabout Queen, Little Sunflower, Maahi Ve. 13 ran. 2, nse. (C Allen). Tote: Win £15.10; PL £3.60, £1.20, £1.80; Exacta £57.30; CSF £51.54; Tricast £175.67 Trifecta £171.30 PLACEPOT £1225.80 (Race 1) 13, 2, 16; (2) 6, 1, 4; (3) 1, 2; (4) 1, 10, 4; (5) 7, 14, 6; (6) 5, 10, 12; Track description: Right-handed 2m2f Cesarewitch Course turning into undulating 1m2f straight. Uphill final furlong exposes stamina weaknesses. Wide and galloping; good test. 3.15 BRITISH EBF FUTURE STAYERS NURSERY HANDICAP (2) 1m2f 2yo only £21,600 9 run. 1 (2) 021 EDUCATOR (25) (P) W Haggas 2-9-7 T Marquand 94 2 (8) 321 WIND YOUR NECK IN (20) P D Evans 2-9-6 R L Moore 97 3 (9) 110031 HIGHLAND PREMIERE (32) M Johnston 2-9-3 J Fanning 94 4 (7) 510732 SHARP COMBO (16) M Johnston 2-8-13 W Buick 93 5 (1) 7636 HIGH FIBRE (11) R Beckett 2-8-9 R Hornby 92 6 (5) 933 AEGIS POWER (20) A Balding 2-8-5 S De Sousa 92 7 (4) 885202 SINGLE MINDED (6) S Kirk 2-8-4 Nicola Currie 97 8 (3) 5627 NEVER NO TROUBLE (7) A Nicholls 2-8-1 A Farragher (5) 94 9 (6) 000 REEL OF FORTUNE (68) John Ryan 2-8-0 J Quinn 62 2020: Act Of Wisdom 2 9 7, William Buick 100/30 (Charlie Appleby), 8 ran. Star Betting 3 Wind Your Neck In, 7‐2 Educator, 5 Aegis Power, 6 High Fibre, 7 Highland Premiere, 8 Sharp Combo, 9 Single Minded, 14 Never No Trouble, 20 Others WIND YOUR NECK IN 11/4 (9-2) against far rail throughout, raced in second, pressed leader, pushed along and led narrowly 3f out, went clear from 2f out, ridden over 1f out, readily, won at Salisbury 1m sft beating Israr (9-8) by 3 1 /2l. 13 ran. EDUCATOR EvensF (9-0) pressed leader, close up 3f out, ridden to lead over 1f out, 1 length ahead inside final furlong, faced challenge towards finish, kept on well, won at Haydock 1m gf beating Asean Legend (9-0) by nk. 8 ran. AEGIS POWER 4/1 (9-2) chased leader, lost second and chased leaders 8f out, lost third and midfield 4f out, ridden over 2f out, switched right 1f out, went third inside final 110yds, no match for first two, 3rd of 6, 3 3 /4l behind Abbado (9-9) at Chelmsford (A.W) 1m2f st in Sep. HIGH FIBRE 18/1 (8-5) dwelt start, in rear, shaken up over 2f out, headway from over 1f out, hung left from over 1f out, switched left and kept on strongly final 110yds, never near to challenge, 6th of 14, 3 3 /4l behind Oh Herberts Reign (8-10) at York 1m hcap gs in Oct. HIGHLAND PREMIERE 13/2 (9-2) sweating, made all, shaken up when joined 2f out, ridden when jockey dropped rein final 110yds, kept on well, won at Ayr 1m hcap gd beating Vaccine (9-7) by nk. 9 ran. SHARP COMBO 25/1 (9-2) chased leader, pushed along 2f out, made sustained challenge from over 1f out, ridden and led inside final 110yds, headed final stride, 2nd of 7, shd behind Tiempo Star (9-5) at Lingfield (A.W) 1m hcap st in Oct. STARFORM WIND YOUR NECK IN Danger SINGLE MINDED 3.50 DEVILS DYKE FILLIES’ HANDICAP (2) 1m 3yo plus £10,800 10 runners. 1 (1) 881215 DON’T TELL CLAIRE (26) (D) D & C Kubler 4-9-9 J Mitchell 100 2 (2) 11 BASHKIROVA (47) (D) W Haggas 3-9-7 T Marquand 98 3 (9) 512142 FARHH TO SHY (18) G Margarson 3-9-2 T Queally 103 4 (8) 21-323 STATE OCCASION (18) (D, BF) R Beckett 3-8-13 R Hornby 103 5 (10) 469311 MADAME TANTZY (32) (B) (CD) E Houghton 5-8-12 G Dobie (3) 101 6 (7) 1-3 RANDOM HARVEST (28) (D, BF) E Walker 3-8-10 W Buick 101 7 (6) 962465 PROFESSIONAL WIDOW (18) R Spencer 3-8-9 A Villiers (3) 103 8 (4) 2333 COUNTRY PYLE (19) W Muir & C Grassick 3-8-7 M Dwyer 100 9 (5) 221281 GODDESS OF FIRE (9) (D) John Ryan 4-8-7 (5x) D Keenan 98 10 (3) 325333 WIDAAD (11) (C.) G Boughey 4-8-5 Nicola Currie 102 2020: Freyja 3 9 7, Silvestre De Sousa 11/2 (Mark Johnston), 8 ran. Star Betting 9‐2 Bashkirova, 5 Madame Tantzy, 11‐2 Random Harvest, 7 Farhh To Shy, State Occasion, 8 Don’t Tell Claire, Widaad, 9 Goddess Of Fire, 11 Country Pyle, 16 Others STARFORM FARHH TO SHY Danger STATE OCCASION NEWCASTLE (A.W) Going: TAPETA: STANDARD 1.40-1, VERTICE (Gianluca Sanna) 16/1; 2, Esspeegee 16/1; 3, Star Dreamer 40/1. Also: Reclaim Victory 9/2Jfav; Miracle Eagle 9/2Jfav; NR: Hoopmalassie. 13 ran. 3 /4, nk. (D Thompson). Tote: Win £16.70; PL £4.30, £4.60, £10.60; Exacta £290.00; CSF £202.31; Tricast £7138.14 2.15-1, VERONA STAR (Hollie Doyle) 13/2; 2, The Menstone Gem 3/1; 3, Dubai Immo 5/6fav; 14 ran. nk, 3. (A Watson). Tote: Win £8.60; PL £2.10, £1.50, £1.10; Exacta £31.10; CSF £26.44; Trifecta £87.70 2.50-1, DESERT GULF (D Tudhope) 15/2; 2, Captain Vallo 5/2fav; 3, Silver Samurai 6/1; 14 ran. hd, 1 /2. (W Knight). Tote: Win £8.80; PL £3.00, £1.40, £2.10; Exacta £35.50; CSF £25.35; Tricast £128.67 Trifecta £205.60 3.25-1, SPACE COWBOY (Hollie Doyle) 4/1; 2, Eldrickjones 12/1. Also: Canonized 5/4fav; NR: Taj Alriyadh. 4 ran. 1 /2, 2. (Richard Spencer). Tote: Win £4.20; Exacta £24.50; CSF £33.27; Trifecta £37.40 4.00-1, PLASTIC PADDY (R Winston) 13/8fav; 2, Caballero 11/2; 3, Abnaa 7/1; 13 ran. 2, 8 1 /2. (M Appleby). Tote: Win £2.40; PL £1.30, £1.50, £2.00; Exacta £13.40; CSF £9.69; Tricast £51.98 Trifecta £53.10 4.35-1, ENGLES ROCK (P Mulrennan) 14/1; 2, Traveller 10/1; 3, Cammy 80/1. Also: Lexington Warfare 9/4fav; NR: Kevin The Minion. 12 ran. 1, 2 1 /2. (Miss L Russell). Tote: Win £16.40; PL £4.30, £3.00, £18.20; Exacta £182.00; CSF £137.26; 4.25 Tricast £10453.54 Trifecta £5918.20 5.05-1, DONIZETTI (C Rodriguez) 4/7fav; 2, Redzone 6/1; 3, Bridgetown 6/1; NR: Kolossus. 13 ran. nk, 2 3 /4. (K Dalgleish). Tote: Win £1.50; PL £1.10, £1.80, £1.90; Exacta £6.70; CSF £4.63; Tricast £13.89 Trifecta £16.90 5.40-1, BIRKENHEAD (D Allan) 5/1Jfav; 2, Lord Of The Glen 6/1; 3, For Peat’s Sake 18/1. Also: Arnold 5/1Jfav; NRs: Debawtry, May The Sixth. 12 ran. hd, 1 3 /4. (L Eyre). Tote: Win £4.80; PL £1.80, £2.30, £4.50; Exacta £31.10; CSF £28.68; Tricast £374.52 Trifecta £464.30 PLACEPOT £3,944.00 (Race 1) 13, 3, 5; (2) 4, 1, 6; (3) 1, 14, 5; (4) 4; (5) 6, 4, 9; (6) 7, 3, 12; KEMPTON (A.W) Going: POLYTRACK: STANDARD TO SLOW 5.00-1, LOTHIAN (R Hornby) 16/1; 2, Gustav Graves 12/1; 3, Trusty Rusty 4/1. Also: La Roca Del Fuego 5/2fav; NR: Berrtie. 9 ran. 4 1 /4, hd. (M Attwater). Tote: Win £16.70; PL £4.30, £4.00, £1.50; Exacta £210.50; CSF £191.67; Tricast £928.40 Trifecta £2269.10 5.30-1, HURRY UP HEDLEY (A Farragher) Evensfav; 2, Aurelia Gold 7/1; 3, Midgetonamission 17/2; 14 ran. shd, 3 /4. (W Haggas). Tote: Win £1.90; PL £1.10, £2.30, £2.00; Exacta £8.90; CSF £7.32; Tricast £42.53 Trifecta £30.00 6.00-1, EPIC EXPRESS (T Hansen) 9/2; 2, Bearwith 5/4fav; 3, Diamonds At Dusk 14/1; NR: Paddyplex. 13 ran. 3 /4, 2 1 /2. (C Dwyer). Tote: Win £5.60; PL £1.90, £1.10, £3.90; Exacta £13.80; CSF £10.43; Tricast £78.65 Trifecta £158.20 LET’S TALK ABOUT RACE WEBINAR 10TH NOV EBF FUTURE STAYERS NOVICE STAKES (GBB) (2) 1m 2yo only £8,640 14 runners. 1 (11) 1 PERSEUS WAY (15) (D) C Appleby 2-9-8 W Buick 90 2 (1) 9 ANOTHER ODYSSEY (6) G Scott 2-9-2 J Mitchell 53 3 (6) 8 JUAN BERMUDEZ (20) A Balding 2-9-2 A Atzeni 69 4 (8) 6 KING OF ICE (18) W Haggas 2-9-2 T Marquand 81 5 (2) 7 LATER DARLING (20) Mrs A Perrett 2-9-2 D C Costello 73 6 (13) MOONLIT WARRIOR Michael Bell 2-9-2 D Hogan - 7 (12) NAHRI R Varian 2-9-2 J Crowley - 8 (9) 0 OCEAN RULER (145) J Tate 2-9-2 S De Sousa 54 9 (10) PURPLE REIGN E Dunlop 2-9-2 K Shoemark - 10 (7) 0 STORM ASSET (9) M Wigham 2-9-2 Hayley Turner 44 11 (14) 4 THE GADGET MAN (20) R Beckett 2-9-2 R Hornby 83 12 (5) TOGAI M Johnston 2-9-2 J Fanning - 13 (4) WALK OF STARS C Appleby 2-9-2 A Kirby - 14 (3) LADY HAMILTON J & T Gosden 2-8-11 P J McDonald - 2020: Hurricane Lane 2 9 5, Adam Kirby 3/1 (Charlie Appleby), 5 ran. Star Betting 11‐8 Perseus Way, 11‐2 King Of Ice, Nahri, 6 The Gadget Man, 9 Togai, Walk Of Stars, 10 Lady Hamilton, 20 Others STARFORM PERSEUS WAY Danger THE GADGET MAN 5.00 JEAN BUCKNELL A LIFETIME IN RACING NURSERY HANDICAP (5) 7f 2yo only £3,240 20 runners. 1 (10) 421335 BOLTON ABBEY (16) (P 1 ) G Boughey 2-9-8 M Crehan (3) 85 2 (15) 74173 BRILLIANT NEWS (28) R Hughes 2-9-7 G Rooke (3) 82 3 (6) 9255 GALIAC (24) (BF) W Muir & C Grassick 2-9-7 L Edmunds 85 4 (1) 640 WILD MOUNTAIN (141) P & O Cole 2-9-6 W Buick 84 5 (8) 591588 DEVASTE (18) (D) D Elsworth 2-9-5 Hayley Turner 87 6 (4) 547 ROLLAJAM (68) Jedd O’Keeffe 2-9-5 P J McDonald 86 7 (2) 934127 AMIGA MEU (30) R Hannon 2-9-5 A Atzeni 83 8 (16) 95510 ADJUDICATOR (15) (D) J Tuite 2-9-5 J Mitchell 82 9 (11) 4961 IBN ALDAR (20) (D) C Hills 2-9-4 K Shoemark 81 10 (14) 424 SMILING SUNFLOWER (28) (H 1 ) J Best & K Jewell 2-9-3 R Winston 86 11 (18) 653741 LAWFUL COMMAND (9) (D) B Meehan 2-9-3 (6x) L Steward 81 12 (19) 8049 FOURSHADESOFSILVER (11) John Ryan 2-9-1 D Keenan 85 13 (5) 15540 VAUNTED (20) Clive Cox 2-9-1 A Kirby 81 14 (12) 555 CONVECTION (15) R Beckett 2-9-0 R L Moore 84 15 (9) 0357 NIKKI’S GIRL (21) E Dunlop 2-9-0 J Crowley 87 16 (20) 799 LARKIN (43) (T 1 ) T Dascombe 2-8-12 Jane Elliott 80 17 (13) 212376 ON THE RIVER (36) (D) B Haslam 2-8-11 A Mullen 83 18 (7) 5744 SIRAJU (9) G Boughey 2-8-11 Nicola Currie 86 19 (3) 350 ART EXPERT (15) (P 1 ) W Haggas 2-8-9 T Marquand 87 20 (17) 097 BULLEIT (36) W Jarvis 2-8-6 S De Sousa 83 2020: Numoor 2 9 3, Dane O’Neill 7/1 (Simon & Ed Crisford), 11 ran. Star Betting 5 Convection, 7 Lawful Command, 10 Devaste, Siraju, 12 Amiga Meu, Bolton Abbey, Ibn Aldar, Nikki’s Girl, 14 Adjudicator, Art Expert, Brilliant News, Wild Mountain, 16 Fourshadesofsilver, Galiac, Smiling Sunflower, 20 Others STARFORM DEVASTE Danger NIKKI’S GIRL 6.30-1, BUSBY (R Ryan) 100/30Jfav; 2, Headley George 4/1; 3, Hellavapace 11/1. Also: Aletoile 100/30Jfav; 14 ran. 1 1 /4, 3 /4. (P Kirby). Tote: Win £4.40; PL £1.50, £1.90, £3.10; Exacta £19.00; CSF £16.41; Tricast £141.61 Trifecta £99.30 7.00-1, WHOPUTFIFTYINYOU (H Crouch) 13/8; 2, Sharesa 4/1; 3, Antiphon 10/11fav; 8 ran. 1 /2, 1 3 /4. (Clive Cox). Tote: Win £2.30; PL £1.10, £1.20, £1.10; Exacta £8.40; CSF £8.89; Trifecta £15.60 7.30-1, MELLYS FLYER (D Muscutt) 9/2; 2, Kingsholm 11/4fav; 3, Kendergarten Kop 17/2; NR: Imagine Freedom. 11 ran. 2 1 /2, 3. (G Scott). Tote: Win £5.30; PL £1.90, £1.50, £2.90; Exacta £22.60; CSF £17.23; Tricast £98.10 Trifecta £145.00 8.00-1, BASCULE (G Rooke) 10/1; 2, Diamond Bay 3/1; 3, Saratoga Gold 20/1. Also: Sky Power 11/4fav; NR: Andaleep. 13 ran. 1 1 /2, 2 1 /4. (R Hughes). Tote: Win £11.00; PL £3.50, £1.50, £5.60; Exacta £37.80; CSF £39.39; Tricast £614.70 Trifecta £488.80 8.30-1, ANGELS LANDING (B Sanderson) 20/1; 2, Arrange 14/1; 3, Coupe De Champagne 14/1. Also: Like Sugar 4/1Jfav; Torbellino 4/1Jfav; NR: Who Cares Wins. 13 ran. 1, 1 1 /4. (I Williams). Tote: Win £15.00; PL £5.60, £3.50, £4.50; Exacta £213.80; CSF £267.05; Tricast £4024.83 Trifecta £758.00 JACKPOT not won. £2,784.41 carried forward to the 20th of October PLACEPOT £14.20 (Race 1) 9, 3, 10; (2) 1, 3, 9; (3) 11, 2, 8; (4) 3, 5, 7; (5) 1, 8, 2; (6) 7, 4, 1;

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 39 Stamina will be at a premium in the British EBF Future Stayers nursery Handicap, especially with the rain. that will suit Wind Your neck in (3.15 newmarket), who has looked a strong stayer over Salisbury’s stiff mile on his last two starts, and is sure to be suited by the longer trip here. He’s also more likely to cope with soft ground than market rival Educator and showed improved form when winning by a wide margin when tackling a testing surface there last time. i wasn’t as impressed by Bashkirova as some when she won at newcastle last time, with that race setting up nicely for her, making me think she will be vulnerable now handicapping in the Fillies’ Handicap. Being by Pivotal, it will be posited that she is likely to improve for soft ground, but the notion that Pivotal’s progeny fare better in the mud is not backed up by some very robust stats. Pivotal himself wanted quick ground, but his progeny seem to have no generic preference, and they need to be treated as individuals. in the hope that the unbeaten Haggas filly is overbet, i am keen to back random Harvest (3.50 newmarket – nap) against her. Heavy Ed Walker’s filly won on heavy ground on her only start last year and shaped as if better for the run when third on her belated return at Kempton recently. She’s clearly had her issues, REAP REWARDS WITH RANDOM HARVEST but remains the type to progress well. She hails from the family of top-notch milers Barathea and Gossamer, and her dam was a multiple winner for Luca Cumani. the meeting closes with the nursery Handicap, and there aren’t many who look especially well treated. One who could be, however, is Ralph Beckett’s convection (5.00 newmarket), who was getting the hang of things late on at Kempton last time. She’s a daughter of Oasis Dream out of a sister to Falmouth Stakes winner timepiece, and half-sister to musidora winner Passage of time, herself the dam of Brigadier Gerard and York Stakes winner time test. i’d be surprised if an opening mark of 68 proved anywhere near her limit. RORY’S TOP TIPS NEWMARKET 3.15 - WIND YOUR NECK IN 3.50 - RANDOM HARVEST (NAP) 5.00 - CONVECTION GROUNDS FOR APPROVAL: Random Harvest FONTWELL 1560 999 910 1.23 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK MDN HDL (GBB) (4) 2m3f 10 flights 4yo plus £4,085 14 runners. 1 1 CONSTANT FRIDAY (172P) R Rowe 6-11-4 N Houlihan (5) - 2 77- CRAWFORD (216) (W) M Bradstock 5-11-4 Ben Jones - 3 7/7- FORGOT ONE (199) Miss A Newton-Smith 6-11-4 M Batchelor 62 4 7-5 GALLANT COMMANDER (163) H Fry 5-11-4 L Murtagh (3) - 5 2 GYM TONIC (17) D Skelton 5-11-4 Bridget Andrews 121 6 422- NO WORD OF A LIE (214) O Signy 5-11-4 B Powell - 7 1- OTTOMAN STYLE (325P) (W) J Snowden 5-11-4 G Sheehan - 8 62U-13 STORM DENNIS (18) C Gordon 5-11-4 A Wedge 115 9 PF51- UNIVERSAL DAVE (186P) A King 5-11-4 T Cannon - 10 4-7 WALKONTHEWILDSIDE (165) O Murphy 5-11-4 A Coleman - 11 742- ALBERT VAN ORNUM (244) G L Moore 4-11-2 N Scholfield 114 12 6- SAGHIR (234) G L Moore 4-11-2 J E Moore 84 13 5968- FAMILIAR SPIRIT (212) W Greatrex 5-10-11 Caoilin Quinn (7) 91 14 BAY MAY (38F) B Johnson 4-10-9 K Jones (3) - 2020: Lord Accord 5 11 2, Brendan Powell 11/4J (Neil Mulholland), 11 ran. Star Betting 3 Gym Tonic, Universal Dave, 4 Ottoman Style, 6 No Word Of A Lie, 10 Storm Dennis, 14 Constant Friday, 16 Saghir, 20 Others STARFORM GYM TONIC Danger STORM DENNIS 1.55 ¤1.28 p/min. Calls from mobiles & other networks vary. 18+ Helpline Phonovation 0818 217 100 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK FREE BETS H’CAP CHS (4) 2m2f 13 fences 4yo plus £3,594 6 run. 1 /P-313 CREATIVE INERTA (20) (TP) (D) B Clarke 11-12-0 Ben Jones 115 2 4764U3 WHOSHOTWHO (26) (B) Dr R Newland 10-11-12 C Hammond 124 3 180-P2 DAREBIN (18) (P 1 ) (C ,D) G L Moore 9-11-12 J E Moore 119 4 /422F- CAPTAIN CUCKOO (192) M Gillard 9-11-10 D Noonan 114 5 1P2-41 GO AS YOU PLEASE (30) (P) P Webber 8-11-6 R McLernon 121 6 -26522 ROYAL PLAZA (30) (TP) (CD) Mrs K Stephens 10-10-0 N Scholfield 120 2020: Bad Boy Du Pouldu 9 11 5, Joshua Moore 2/1F (Gary Moore), 9 ran. Star Betting 5‐2 Go As You Please, 3 Whoshotwho, 4 Darebin, Royal Plaza, 8 Creative Inerta, 10 Captain Cuckoo STARFORM WHOSHOTWHO Danger GO AS YOU PLEASE WORCESTER 1560 999 910 2m 1 /2f CHASE 1.08 DURALOCK GR COND. JOCK MARES’ H’CAP CHS (4) 2m7f 16 fences 4yo plus £3,594 4 run. 1 12/3-2 MASSINI’S DREAM (21) (D) C Williams 10-11-12 J Tudor (3) 116 2 2235P- BALLYBOUGH NORA (205) (T) (BF) J Scott 8-11-9 B Godfrey 114 3 97502- OCEAN VOYAGE (180) (TP) I Williams 6-10-12 C Todd (3) 115 4 834UP- THE TOOJUMPA (186) (D) F O’Brien 8-10-9 L Harrison (3) 119 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 15‐8 Massini’s Dream, 11‐4 Ballybough Nora, 3 The Toojumpa, 100‐30 Ocean Voyage STARFORM THE TOOJUMPA Danger MASSINI’S DREAM 1.38 2m 2m4f ¤1.28 p/min. Calls from mobiles & other networks vary. 18+ Helpline Phonovation 0818 217 100 2m4f 2m7f HURDLE 2m7f Winning Post Startpoint Highest Point Lowest Point Open ditch Water jump Fence FRED & MERCY RIMELL MEMORIAL H’CAP CHS (3) 2m 1 /2f 12 fences 4yo plus £5,882 10 run. 1 -23312 NOT AVAILABLE (61) (TB) M Sheppard 6-11-12 S Sheppard 134 2 3213-8 WHEN YOU’RE READY (153) (D) Jonjo O’Neill 7-11-8 K Brogan (3) - 3 34123- ACROSS THE LINE (207) (D, BF) D Skelton 6-11-7 H Skelton - 4 441F4- DOUKAROV (198) (H) (D) S Curran 6-11-6 H Bannister 136 5 58322- MAGIC DANCER (181) (TP) (D) K Lee 9-11-4 R Patrick - 6 71507- EQUUS MILLAR (185) (CD) S Davies 8-11-3 W Kennedy 137 7 /3212- OUT ON THE TEAR (290) (D, BF) Sam Allwood 7-11-0 C Todd (3) 135 8 25P18- BANNISTER (206) (H) (D) T George 4-10-13 J J Burke - 9 -22544 STATUARIO (62) (T) (D) P Bowen 6-10-13 S Bowen 138 10 /2142- DEMOPOLIS (214) (T) (D) P Hobbs 7-10-12 T O’Brien 135 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 4 Across The Line, 5 Demopolis, 11‐2 When You’re Ready, 6 Not Available, 7 Magic Dancer, 8 Out On The Tear, 10 Bannister, Statuario, 14 Equus Millar, 16 Doukarov STARFORM STATUARIO Danger EQUUS MILLAR Going GOOD TO SOFT, Hdl - Good in places Top trainers at the track (2017-21): Gary Moore 62-332 (19%), Neil Mulholland 28-180 (16%), Chris Gordon 28-194 (14%), Colin Tizzard 20-116 (17%), Jamie Snowden 16-75 (21%), Philip Hobbs 15-63 (24%), Seamus Mullins 14-151 (9%). Top jockeys at the track (2017-21): J E Moore 36-195 (18%), Josh Moore 26-162 (16%), T Cannon 26-176 (15%), A Coleman 20-72 (28%), G Sheehan 19-91 (21%), N Scholfield 16-119 (13%), B Powell 12-87 (14%). 2.30 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK REVIEWS H’CAP HDL (3) 2m3f 10 flights 3yo plus £5,228 10 run. 1 512P6- SEDDON (326) H Whittington 8-11-12 A P Heskin 131 2 2P50-4 WEST TO THE BRIDGE (18) (H) (D) D Skelton 8-11-11 B Andrews 140 3 1/PPP- DELIRE D’ESTRUVAL (181) (D) B Pauling 8-11-10 L Morgan (5) - 4 /1422- ADICCI (222) (C.) Jonjo O’Neill 6-11-9 J O’Neill Jr 135 5 23222- FORTUNES MELODY (180) (T) H Fry 4-11-8 D Jacob 138 6 41215- NO RISK DES FLOS (181) (BF) O Murphy 6-11-8 A Coleman 134 7 1245-2 THIBAULT (19) (D) A West 8-11-7 T Cannon 135 8 1d22-86 TWIN STAR (119) (TP) N Williams 7-11-4 J Anderson (7) 140 9 8402-3 CHAMPAGNE COURT (165) (P) (D) J Scott 8-11-2 L Williams (3) 133 10 1501-2 HADDEX DES OBEAUX (19) G L Moore 4-10-12 J E Moore 132 2020: Chirico Vallis 8 11 10, Richie McLernon 9/2J (Neil Mulholland), 10 ran. Star Betting 7‐2 Adicci, 9‐2 Haddex Des Obeaux, No Risk Des Flos, Thibault, 7 Fortunes Melody, 12 Champagne Court, Twin Star, 14 West To The Bridge, 20 Others STARFORM WEST TO THE BRIDGE Danger TWIN STAR 3.05 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK FREE TIPS H’CAP CHS (4) 2m5 1 /2f 16 fences 4yo plus £3,594 6 run. 1 P271-1 REALLYRADICAL (18) (P) (CD) C Gordon 8-11-12 T Cannon 123 2 22V91- DORKING LAD (200) G L Moore 6-11-12 J E Moore - 3 612P0- NATIVE ROBIN (214) (T) (CD) J Scott 11-11-10 L Williams (3) 122 4 813512 GOLDENCARD (45) (C, BF) C Williams 8-11-4 E Collier (10) 120 5 /27311 HELFORD RIVER (18) (T) (C ,D) C Tizzard 7-10-9 B Powell 122 6 4814-4 GALTEE MOUNTAIN (18) (C.) Pat Murphy 6-10-5 Page Fuller 108 2020: Mine’s A Pint 8 11 11, Tom Bellamy 6/1 (Keiran Burke), 10 ran. Star Betting 9‐4 Helford River, 11‐4 Goldencard, Reallyradical, 7 Dorking Lad, 12 Galtee Mountain, Native Robin STARFORM REALLYRADICAL Danger NATIVE ROBIN JASON HEAVEY STAR TIP 1.08 Massini’s Dream Ocean Voyage 1.38 When You’re Ready Across The Line 2.13 Wigglesworth Coral 2.48 Onethreefivenotout Tchoupinminzac 3.23 Hugos New Horse Hugos New Horse 3.58 Roque It Brief Ambition 4.33 Ucanaver Ucanaver 5.05 Fair Frontieres Fair Frontieres 2.13 RICHARD DAVIS MEMORIAL NOVICES’ HANDICAP CHASE (GBB RACE) (4) 2m7f 16 fences 4yo plus £3,594 12 runners. 1 4P-316 THE MACON LUGNATIC (146) B Pauling 7-12-0 D Bass - 2 2d52-31 HAWTHORN COTTAGE (147) (P) A Murphy 8-11-12 J Quinlan 126 3 1P7/9P PRESENT RANGER (136) (T) D Skelton 8-11-12 H Skelton - 4 3P26-4 GULLIVER COLLONGES (20) Jonjo O’Neill 5-11-12 W Kennedy - 5 206F0- EXOD’ELA (200) J Snowden 7-11-9 T O’Brien - 6 1/3P6- JOBSONFIRE (221) (W) Sam Allwood 9-11-9 A Johns - 7 6/722- ANAX (202) Miss R Curtis 7-11-9 S Bowen - 8 -22141 WIGGLESWORTH (13) (B) (CD) Dr R Newland 6-11-8 S Twiston-Davies 125 9 -71361 CORAL (22) (CD) F O’Brien 6-11-4 L Harrison (3) 125 10 2F27-4 VELASCO (22) T Lacey 5-11-3 J J Burke - 11 /2322- SAINT PALAIS (202) (BF) R Bandey 4-10-13 H Bannister - 12 55211P HEAD ON (27) (TV) (CD, BF) I Williams 5-10-6 C Todd (3) 127 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 7‐2 Coral, 9‐2 Saint Palais, 6 Wigglesworth, 15‐2 Hawthorn Cottage, 10 Anax, Gulliver Collonges, Velasco, 12 Present Ranger, 14 Exod’ela, Head On, The Macon Lugnatic, 20 Others STARFORM HEAD ON Danger HAWTHORN COTTAGE 2.48 JAMMY BOB’S 70TH BIG BDAY BUMPER OPEN NHF (GBB) (DIV I) (5) 2m 4-6yo £1,906 11 run. 1 HOBB’S DELIGHT N Mulholland 5-11-0 H Reed - 2 10- LADY JANE P (340) (D) F O’Brien 5-11-0 P Brennan 110 3 ONETHREEFIVENOTOUT P Nicholls 5-11-0 H Cobden - 4 5- SCHIAPARELLI TEDDY (337) (H 1 ) A Martin 5-11-0 H Beswick (5) - 5 8- SULBRICK (238) Mel Rowley 6-11-0 A Edwards (3) 100 6 CLAUDE ALMIGHTY Jo Davis 4-10-13 NON RUNNER - 7 DOYOUKNOWWHATIMEAN D Skelton 4-10-13 H Skelton - 8 3 HERECOMESHOGAN (161) M Keighley 4-10-13 J Best 103 3.40 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK H’CAP HDL (DIV I) (5) 2m5 1 /2f 11 flights 4yo+ £2,342 12 runners. 1 446U-8 GUGUSS COLLONGES (160) G L Moore 5-12-0 N Houlihan (5) 106 2 3472-4 IMPHAL (31) (BF) G L Moore 7-11-12 Josh Moore 109 3 264P-2 JUNGLE PROSE (2) N Gifford 6-11-11 NON RUNNER 106 4 7877/4 CELTIC TARA (28) O Murphy 7-11-11 A Coleman 96 5 9-1617 THIRTYFOURSTITCHES (63) Dr R Newland 6-11-10 C Leonard (5) 106 6 9594-0 SIXTY DOLLARS MORE (172) C Tizzard 5-11-9 B Powell 104 7 659-23 SIXTIES SECRET (15) Sheena West 6-11-4 M Goldstein 104 8 9/9-72 BRIAC (21F) (D) A West 10-11-4 J E Moore 103 9 4/9F8- WHITE HART LADY (259) H Fry 7-10-12 L Murtagh (3) 101 10 02-507 SUE BE IT (80) (T) Mrs N Evans 10-10-10 Ben Jones 106 11 -05112 NO WORRIES (19) (BF) N Mulholland 7-10-8 R McLernon 109 12 P62-43 TEENAGE DIRTBAG (22) (P) C Longsdon 5-10-3 D Kitts (10) 106 2020: Good News 8 11 6, Rex Dingle (3) 11/1 (Lydia Richards), 12 ran. Star Betting 7‐2 No Worries, 4 Celtic Tara, 9‐2 White Hart Lady, 5 Thirtyfourstitches, 10 Sixties Secret, Teenage Dirtbag, 12 Guguss Collonges, 16 Imphal, Sixty Dollars More, 20 Others STARFORM IMPHAL Danger NO WORRIES 4.15 WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK H’CAP HDL (DIV II) (5) 2m5 1 /2f 11 flights 4yo+ £2,342 11 runners. 1 66733- CLONGOWES (19F) (TV) D Steele 7-11-12 D Sansom (3) 106 2 P2P-76 ANTONY (16) (C ,D) G L Moore 11-11-11 J E Moore 87 3 5-6908 TOP MAN (31) (C.) C Gordon 7-11-10 T Cannon 110 4 37-441 JAUNTY SORIA (28) (C.) N Mulholland 8-11-10 A Coleman 103 5 4/2F-5 KILKEASKIN MOLLY (37) S Eearle 7-11-8 D Jacob 105 6 90887- CRONK Y KNOX (198) A Hales 6-11-8 C Gethings 104 7 35467F GERBOISE BORGET (22) (BF) B Pauling 6-11-3 B Powell 106 8 909P-P MR P (158) Paul Henderson 6-11-0 N Scholfield 98 9 646-33 ALBERIC (13) (TP) (BF) P Hobbs 4-10-11 Ben Jones 101 10 -31787 BLACK LIGHTNING (19) (B) (CD) Ms G Howell 8-10-9 T Worsley (5) 105 11 6291-F SOARLIKEANEAGLE (164) (C.) R Rowe 9-10-3 N Houlihan (5) 107 2020: Good News 8 11 6, Rex Dingle (3) 11/1 (Lydia Richards), 12 ran. Star Betting 5‐2 Jaunty Soria, 7‐2 Gerboise Borget, 9‐2 Alberic, 8 Top Man, 12 Clongowes, Kilkeaskin Molly, 14 Antony, Soarlikeaneagle, 16 Black Lightning, 20 Others STARFORM TOP MAN Danger SOARLIKEANEAGLE 9 LANGLEY HUNDRED (T 1 , W) P Hobbs 4-10-13 T O’Brien - 10 ROBBIE DAZZLER M Scudamore 4-10-13 T Scudamore - 11 2 TCHOUPINMINZAC (72) Dr R Newland 4-10-13 S Twiston-Davies 117 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 5‐2 Tchoupinminzac, 3 Doyouknowwhatimean, 9‐2 Onethreefivenotout, 8 Lady Jane P, 10 Herecomeshogan, Hobb’s Delight, Langley Hundred, 20 Others STARFORM TCHOUPINMINZAC Danger LADY JANE P 3.23 JAMMY BOB’S 70TH BIG B’DAY BUMPER OPEN NHF (GBB) (DIV II) (5) 2m 4-6yo £1,906 11 run. 1 2/2- ADJOURNMENT (204P) O Greenall 5-11-0 H Brooke - 2 P0- CABAYO LORD GEORGE (311P) (W) D Cole 5-11-0 F Gregory (3) - 3 3-2 CHANCYCOURT (164P) F O’Brien 5-11-0 P Brennan - 4 FF- HOOKY STREET (200P) R Dickin 5-11-0 Mr J King (3) - 5 94-7 RED BRAE RAINY MAY (161) M Mullineaux 5-11-0 C Deutsch 93 6 28- BRAGANZA BAY (182) H Daly 4-10-13 T O’Brien 108 7 CHEATING JACK B Pauling 4-10-13 N De Boinville - 8 HUGOS NEW HORSE P Nicholls 4-10-13 H Cobden - 9 METHODY O Sherwood 4-10-13 J J Burke - 10 MITCHELL STREET Sheila Lewis 4-10-13 S Houlihan (3) - 11 TANTOLI K Bailey 4-10-13 D Bass - 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 9‐4 Hugos New Horse, 4 Tantoli, 6 Chancycourt, 13‐2 Cheating Jack, Methody, 9 Braganza Bay, 10 Adjournment, 16 Mitchell Street, 20 Others STARFORM BRAGANZA BAY Danger RED BRAE RAINY MAY 3.58 SSR SKY 415 FIXED BRUSH HDL SERIES FINAL NOVICES’ HANDICAP HDL (GBB) (2) 2m4f 10 flights 3yo plus £14,977 9 runners. 1 3-2121 TASTE THE FEAR (95) (D) Dr R Newland 6-11-12 S Twiston-Davies 129 2 24-131 BRIEF AMBITION (44) (TP) (CD) F O’Brien 7-11-3 P Brennan 128 3 26P4-2 ROQUE IT (26) (T) (BF) P Nicholls 7-11-0 H Cobden 127 4 -41213 ULTIMATE GETAWAY (62) (TP) (CD, BF) F O’Brien 7-11-0 L Harrison (3) 133 5 3-1242 MR TAMBOURINE MAN (23) (TP 1 ) D Pipe 4-10-13 T Scudamore 130 6 314 LONDON EYE (26) (C, BF) C Dwyer 5-10-9 J Tudor (3) 133 7 234-39 FANTOMAS (17) N Twiston-Davies 5-10-8 E Edge (10) 131 8 3/F12 BIGBADMATTIE (45) (T 1 ) (C.) E Lavelle 7-10-7 T Bellamy 133 9 /34P-3 TROOPER JONES (146) Mel Rowley 6-10-3 A Edwards (3) 126 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 4 Brief Ambition, 9‐2 Taste The Fear, 5 Ultimate Getaway, 6 Bigbadmattie, London Eye, Roque It, 15‐2 Mr Tambourine Man, 14 Trooper Jones, 20 Others STARFORM ULTIMATE GETAWAY Danger LONDON EYE JASON HEAVEY STAR TIP 1.23 Universal Dave Gym Tonic 1.55 Go As You Please Go As You Please 2.30 Haddex Des Obeaux Adicci 3.05 Reallyradical Helford River 3.40 No Worries No Worries 4.15 Jaunty Soria Jaunty Soria 4.45 Colonel Manderson Heavey CHASE HURDLE 2m3f 3m3f 4.45 2m5f 2m3f 2m1 1 /2f 3m1 1 /2f 2m1 1 /2f 3m1 1 /2f 1m5 1 /2f NHF 2m5 1 /2f Winning Post Startpoint Highest Point Lowest Point Open ditch Water jump Fence WHICHBOOKIE.CO.UK OFFERS H’CAP CHS (5) 3m2f 19 fences 4yo plus £2,505 8 runners. 1 1107/P GOOD MAN VINNIE (18) (D) Paul Henderson 10-12-3 N Scholfield - 2 2-4544 HEAVEY (59) (TP) N Mulholland 7-11-12 R McLernon 114 3 P0135- TRACTOR FRED (186) (T) (D) J Snowden 7-11-12 Page Fuller 111 4 /676-4 COLONEL MANDERSON (154) (P 1 , W) D Skelton 5-11-10 B Andrews 111 5 2F-P52 ORCHESTRATED (4) (B) (C.) M Young 10-10-11 C Hammond 112 6 PP42-P MOGESTIC (143) (CD) J S Mullins 12-10-6 D Noonan 107 7 3PP4-5 NESSFIELD BLUE (165) Pat Murphy 7-10-6 G Sheehan 114 8 P853-P ABBEY STREET (18) Paul Henderson 10-10-5 M Bastyan (3) 112 2020: Danseur Du Large 7 11 12, Nick Scholfield 16/1 (Polly Gundry), 10 ran. Star Betting 11‐4 Heavey, 3 Colonel Manderson, 4 Tractor Fred, 11‐2 Orchestrated, 10 Nessfield Blue, 12 Good Man Vinnie, Mogestic, 14 Abbey Street STARFORM HEAVEY Danger NESSFIELD BLUE Going GOOD STARFORM, for all that matters in racing Top trainers at the track (2017-21): Dr R Newland 30-108 (28%), Philip Hobbs 27-88 (31%), Dan Skelton 26-144 (18%). Top jockeys at the track (2017-21): S Twiston-Davies 37-190 (19%), H Skelton 28-133 (21%). 4.33 RICHARD WRIGHT MEM. MARES’ NOV HDL (GBB) (4) 2m 8 flights 4yo plus £4,085 13 run. 1 31/26- AHORSEWITHNONAME (241) (D, BF) N Henderson 6-10-12 NON RUNNER 141 2 61-5 BRILLIANT PRESENT (170) (D) N Henderson 5-10-12 N De Boinville 116 3 476- GLOBAL FAMENGLORY (212) D Skelton 5-10-12 NON RUNNER - 4 P/P2-8 I WILL FOLLOW HER (170) (H, W) Mel Rowley 7-10-12 L Edwards 114 5 466 LUCKELLO (20) O Murphy 5-10-12 D England 91 6 078 LUCKY MONARCH (94) (W) M Mullineaux 5-10-12 C Deutsch - 7 3-1 MALAITA (149) (D) Mel Rowley 5-10-12 A Edwards (3) - 8 6 NABVUTIKA (13) (H) D Pipe 5-10-12 F Gillard (3) - 9 23 REBEL ROXY (29) F O’Brien 5-10-12 N Slatter (5) - 10 42-5 SHE’S SO LOVELY (21) D Skelton 5-10-12 H Skelton 83 11 27-77 THE WILD WILD SEA (13) O Greenall 5-10-12 H Brooke 94 12 2/188- UCANAVER (221) (T) A Honeyball 5-10-12 R Dingle - 13 0-9 TRE A PENI (158) O Greenall 4-10-11 C Nichol - 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 7‐4 Ucanaver, 5‐2 Brilliant Present, 3 Malaita, 8 Rebel Roxy, 14 I Will Follow Her, 20 Others SFORM BRILLIANT PRESENT Dgr I WILL FOLLOW HER 5.05 HAPPY 70 B’DAY ‘JAMMY BOB’ MCMAHON MDN HDL (5) 2m7f 12 flights 4yo plus £2,342 11 run. 1 3/5 DAN’S CHOSEN (167) P Hobbs 6-11-4 T O’Brien - 2 P/2- FAIR FRONTIERES (264) K Bailey 6-11-4 D Bass 135 3 F- HIS OSCAR (353P) Miss R Curtis 6-11-4 S Bowen - 4 HOLY GUNNER A Dunn 7-11-4 C Deutsch - 5 45- LE GRAND LION (238) B Pauling 5-11-4 N De Boinville - 6 60/37P MIDNIGHT WAVE (18) (TP 1 ) W G M Turner 5-11-4 Mr Charlie Sprake (7) 70 7 P- NIGHT IN MANHATTAN (226) (T, W) D Skelton 5-11-4 H Skelton - 8 45 PADDY HUSSEYS TAXI (16) (H) N Mulholland 5-11-4 H Reed - 9 36633- SIR JACK WEST (212) D Cole 5-11-4 F Gregory (3) 115 10 14- TEA FOR FREE (226) (W) C Longsdon 6-11-4 Paul O’Brien - 11 U43/4- THE GRAND VISIR (40F) (TP) I Williams 7-11-4 C Todd (3) 138 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 5‐2 Fair Frontieres, 3 The Grand Visir, 6 His Oscar, 8 Dan’s Chosen, Sir Jack West, 10 Le Grand Lion, Night In Manhattan, 12 Tea For Free, 20 Others STARFORM THE GRAND VISIR Danger FAIR FRONTIERES

40 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 NAVAN 1560 999 909 1.15 IRISH STALLION FARMS EBF MEDIAN AUCTION MAIDEN (IRE INCENTIVE RACE) 5 1 /2f 2yo only €10,030 14 runners. 1 (13) 07 APLAUD (48) A McCann 2-9-7 J Moore 41 2 (2) DANE FETE G Cromwell 2-9-7 G F Carroll - 3 (3) LEITRIM GLORY C Murphy 2-9-7 Gavin Ryan - 4 (8) LITTLE DREAMER (T 1 ) G Cromwell 2-9-7 R Whearty (7) - 5 (12) 7 MOE SEDWAY (21) N Meade 2-9-7 C D Hayes 57 6 (6) 432 NEO SOUL (24) G Lyons 2-9-7 C T Keane 88 7 (14) 92 SECRET MAGICIAN (10) M Hassett 2-9-7 W M Lordan 88 8 (5) 0 THE RABBIT CATCHER (32) T McCourt 2-9-7 James Ryan (10) - 9 (9) 5 TOSEN WISH (14) T Kodama 2-9-7 R P Whelan 78 10 (4) 00 CARNA BLUE (3) D Bunyan 2-9-2 M Horsman (10) 43 11 (7) CLARINBRIDGE A Mcguinness 2-9-2 C MacRedmond (5) - 12 (1) 7 LIFE IN COLOUR (14) W McCreery 2-9-2 R P Cleary 72 13 (11) 7 NYLA RUA (113) T McCourt 2-9-2 D P McDonogh 44 14 (10) 73229 PAST TIME (10) M D O’Callaghan 2-9-2 L Roche 93 2020: Colfer Kay 2 9 2, N G McCullagh 6/4F (K J Condon), 11 ran. Star Betting 9‐4 Neo Soul, 7‐2 Tosen Wish, 4 Past Time, 6 Secret Magician, 7 Life In Colour, 10 Dane Fete, 20 Others STARFORM PAST TIME Danger NEO SOUL 1.45 ¤1.28 p/min. Calls from mobiles & other networks vary. 18+ Helpline Phonovation 0818 217 100 Track description: Left‐handed, undulating, galloping track with 3 1/2f run from final bend and stiff uphill finish. Circuit testing 1m4f. Top trainers at the track (2017‐21): J P O’Brien 38‐294 (13%), Mrs John Harrington 27‐233 (12%), G M Lyons 25‐115 (22%), W P Mullins 22‐133 (17%), Noel Meade 16‐221 (7%), Gavin Cromwell 14‐149 (9%), J S Bolger 13‐112 (12%). ARKLE BAR HANDICAP 5 1 /2f 3yo plus €6,195 23 runners. 1 (4) 251709 CLEVELEYS (10) (B) (D) K Condon 3-10-2 W J Lee 69 2 (9) 34-0 VIOLET WARDA (30) (H 1 ) J Davison 3-10-2 G P Halpin 67 3 (12) 066150 ALOYSIUS LILIUS (10) (TP) (D) G O’Leary 5-9-13 C T Keane 78 4 (17) 992346 INDIAN RAJ (21) (T) A McCann 7-9-13 J Moore 75 5 (23) 466506 MOGWLI (16) (B) (CD) W McCreery 4-9-13 D Butler (10) 81 6 (20) 8-0263 LINUS LARRABEE (22) (TB) E Lynam 4-9-12 D P McDonogh 76 7 (6) 8-0498 SAGITTARIUS RISING (16) (TP) J McConnell 6-9-9 C McConnell (10) 76 8 (21) 340645 CONVERSANT (16) (B) (C.) D Hogan 6-9-7 J M Sheridan (3) 78 9 (13) 0688 MISSEMMA (16) (P 1 ) K Cotter 3-9-7 S Foley 65 10 (22) -07163 CLARA’S APPROACH (10) (D) Miss J Lynch 3-9-6 M A Enright 76 11 (1) 900075 BREAKFAST CLUB (20) (TP) J Mcauley 4-9-5 J Coen (10) 81 12 (16) 997711 CURRAHEEN PRINCESS (6) D Donovan 3-9-5 (6x) G Ryan 74 13 (14) 4-0900 MEMSIE (165) (TP) J Mcauley 5-9-4 L McAteer (5) 73 14 (11) 852543 INTERVENTION (14) (P) C O’Brien 4-9-2 D McMonagle (3) 85 15 (15) 064994 HELL LEFT LOOSE (6) (T) (CD) D Hogan 5-9-1 Joe Doyle 77 16 (19) 500122 COFFEEMEANSCOFFEE (6) T Mcguinness 6-9-0 K Leonard 79 17 (5) 023860 DRUMMOND WARRIOR (30) (B) R K Watson 5-9-0 S Woods (7) 76 18 (10) 08-000 SEANJOHNSILVER (6) (T) J McConnell 5-8-12 G F Carroll 66 19 (2) 97-000 ENTER THE RED (10) (B) (C.) A Howard 12-8-11 L Roche 63 20 (3) 540306 TEDDY BOY (6) (P) (C.) E Lynam 6-8-10 C D Hayes 83 21 (18) 2-0000 SEVEN WORLDS (143) (TB) D Bunyan 4-8-9 J Powell (7) 80 22 (7) 383706 DOONARD PRINCE (14) (B) (CD) R O’Sullivan 12-8-6 N Crosse (3) 74 23 (8) 000980 ROYAL HIDEAWAY (10) (TB) G Kingston 4-8-6 S Rutledge (5) 57 2020: Teddy Boy 5 9 5, Chris Hayes 4/1 (Edward Lynam), 14 ran. Star Betting 6 Linus Larrabee, 7 Coffeemeanscoffee, Curraheen Princess, 8 Intervention, 9 Teddy Boy, 12 Clara’s Approach, Conversant, Hell Left Loose, 14 Aloysius Lilius, Indian Raj, Violet Warda, 16 Cleveleys, Sagittarius Rising, 20 Others STARFORM INTERVENTION Danger TEDDY BOY KEMPTON 1560 999 910 4.55 UNIBET EXTRA PLACE OFFERS EVERY DAY NOVICE MEDIAN AUCTION STAKES (5) 1m4f 3-5yo only £3,510 6 runners. 1 (5) SPIRIT OF JACOB D M Loughnane 4-9-5 E Whittington (5) - 2 (1) 223235 BASHFUL (27) A Balding 3-9-4 O Murphy 83 3 (4) MICHIGAN STATE J Tuite 3-9-4 James Doyle - 4 (2) 5 MOEL ARTHUR (29) (T 1 ) B Johnson 3-9-4 D Muscutt 66 5 (3) 74 DANITA (14) Mrs H Main 3-8-13 R Dawson 68 6 (6) 079377 PAIGE’S RAPTOR (90) C Allen 3-8-13 W Humphrey (7) 47 2020: Relativity 3 9 2, Harry Bentley 15/2 (Harry Dunlop), 12 ran. Star Betting 2‐5 Bashful, 11‐2 Michigan State, 15‐2 Moel Arthur, 14 Danita, Spirit Of Jacob, 20 Others STARFORM BASHFUL Danger DANITA 5.30 ¤1.28 p/min. Calls from mobiles & other networks vary. 18+ Helpline Phonovation 0818 217 100 Top trainers at the track (2017‐21): Richard Hannon 57‐597 (10%), Roger Varian 56‐256 (22%), Andrew Balding 53‐342 (15%), Archie Watson 50‐248 (20%), Roger Charlton 48‐257 (19%), Mark Johnston 46‐306 (15%), Ralph Beckett 43‐257 (17%). Top jockeys at the track (2017‐21): O Murphy 107‐598 (18%), James Doyle 70‐311 (23%), D Probert 66‐695 (9%), L Morris 66‐800 (8%), Hollie Doyle 65‐498 (13%), R Havlin 61‐378 (16%), R Kingscote 47‐338 (14%). UNIBET EXTRA PLACE OFFERS EVERY DAY NURSERY H’CAP (6) 6f 2yo £2,700 12 run. 1 (1) 688221 BLUEBELL WAY (7) M Channon 2-9-10 (6x) G Bass (5) 70 2 (12) 074 VINTAGE FASHION (25) M Johnston 2-9-5 R Kingscote 67 3 (9) 6676 DEBBIE’S CHOICE (10) J Bridger 2-9-5 L Morris 69 4 (3) 9966 ABOVE IT ALL (23) E Walker 2-9-5 R Coakley 74 5 (2) 765 BASHOLO (26) B Meehan 2-9-5 David Egan 75 6 (11) 905 LEAP ABROAD (13) (T 1 ) P & O Cole 2-9-5 James Doyle 71 7 (5) 365 PSYCHIC CHANGE (15) D Menuisier 2-9-4 S W Kelly 71 8 (7) 5468 ELMIRA (16) (BF) S C Williams 2-9-3 M Ghiani 72 9 (4) 885352 EDGE NIBRAS (27) (P 1 ) I Mohammed 2-9-2 R Dawson 69 10 (8) 574523 CHARMING WALLY (20) (B) (BF) D Holland 2-9-2 T Heard (5) 74 11 (10) 4967 HEIDI HIGH (22) (P 1 ) A Watson 2-9-2 Hollie Doyle 64 12 (6) 000 RUITH LE TU (68) (P 1 ) J Moore 2-9-2 J Egan 71 2020: Grey Sparkle 2 9 3, Kieran Shoemark 8/1 (Charles Hills), 11 ran. Star Betting 11‐2 Bluebell Way, 13‐2 Basholo, Vintage Fashion, 7 Leap Abroad, 15‐2 Charming Wally, Edge Nibras, Elmira, 9 Above It All, 10 Heidi High, 12 Psychic Change, 20 Others STARFORM BASHOLO Danger ABOVE IT ALL DAVID COUGHLAN STAR TIP 1.15 Tosen Wish Little Dreamer 1.45 Curraheen Princess Coffeemeanscoffee 2.20 Ginsburg Inis Glora 2.55 Gordon Bennett Swift Flight 3.30 Team Of Firsts Stellium 4.05 Hearts Are Trumps Charli Parcs 4.40 Molly Kaye (ew) Wish Me 5.15 Lord Erskine (ew) Aprils Joy Top jockeys at the track (2017‐21): C T Keane 36‐220 (16%), S Foley 26‐203 (13%), D P McDonogh 17‐129 (13%), J A Heffernan 14‐117 (12%), C D Hayes 14‐184 (8%), W J Lee 13‐155 (8%), K J Manning 10‐135 (7%). 7f 1m 1m2f 6f 5f Winning Post Startpoint Highest Point Lowest Point Open ditch Water jump Fence 2.20 NAVANRACECOURSE.IE MAIDEN 5f 3yo plus €7,080 10 runners. 1 (5) -07300 FOOL PROOF (6) J Feane 4-9-7 L Roche 60 2 (1) INISHMOT PRINCE T McCourt 3-9-7 C T Keane - 3 (2) 384456 MICKEY THE STEEL (10) (T) J Murray 3-9-7 Joe Doyle 89 4 (4) 203473 ELANORA (22) (B 1 ) M Grassick 3-9-2 W J Lee 93 5 (3) -33037 GINSBURG (51) (P) K Cotter 3-9-2 D P McDonogh 87 6 (10) 3/7 HAEMJE (22) (T) J Shearman 4-9-2 R P Whelan 86 7 (8) 0 INIS GLORA (20) (T) J Monaghan 4-9-2 R Whearty (7) 40 8 (9) 6-000 KASWARAH (130) L Mcateer 3-9-2 Gavin Ryan 49 9 (6) 50-8 LADY LIZA (193) E Lynam 3-9-2 C D Hayes 74 10 (7) 433022 NOTORIOUSLY RISKY (16) (P) J Stack 3-9-2 M A Enright 93 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 9‐4 Notoriously Risky, 100‐30 Elanora, 7‐2 Mickey The Steel, 6 Ginsburg, Lady Liza, 14 Haemje, 20 Others STARFORM ELANORA Danger NOTORIOUSLY RISKY 2.55 2m 1m5f BLACKCASTLE HANDICAP 5f 3yo plus €7,080 15 runners. 1 (12) 052001 PRETTY BOY FLOYD (10) (B) (D) S Dawson 6-10-2 C T Keane 93 2 (8) 735212 TIDE OF TIME (14) (CD, BF) E Lynam 7-10-2 D McMonagle (3) 92 3 (9) 846783 MI ESPERANZA (10) (D) A Kinsella 5-10-0 S Foley 91 4 (10) 623431 SWIFT FLIGHT (16) (T) (D) K Condon 3-10-0 W J Lee 89 5 (2) 266110 ART OF UNITY (24) (CD) J Feane 6-9-13 G P Halpin 90 6 (14) 2-8769 LIVINGSTON RANGE (10) (D) T Collins 3-9-12 R P Whelan 89 7 (7) 705050 SHABAABY (3) (V 1 ) J Levins 6-9-11 D O’Connor 91 8 (4) 464-03 HUDDLE UP (3) W McCreery 3-9-10 N Crosse (3) 90 9 (6) 537302 IVA BATT (16) (D) R K Watson 3-9-9 J A Heffernan 89 10 (15) 850464 ECCLESIASTICAL (100) (CD) T McCourt 4-9-8 J Ryan (10) 88 11 (13) -12062 GORDON BENNETT (10) (C.) R Brabazon 3-9-6 G F Carroll 91 12 (5) 004170 HATHIQ (6) (TP) (CD) J Mcauley 7-9-3 R P Cleary 89 13 (1) -74297 CHITRA (22) (D) J P O’Brien 5-9-0 M Sheehy (5) 91 14 (11) 250001 THE PECKHAMPOUNCER (14) (TP) (C ,D) D Broad 4-8-12 J Cleary (7) 90 15 (3) 000890 ONLY JACK (10) (B 1 ) A Kinsella 3-8-6 N G McCullagh 77 2020: Master Matt 4 10 2, Colin Keane 100/30 (Matthew J Smith), 7 ran. Star Betting 4 Tide Of Time, 5 Gordon Bennett, 6 Swift Flight, 7 Pretty Boy Floyd, 8 Mi Esperanza, The Peckhampouncer, 10 Art Of Unity, Huddle Up, Iva Batt, 14 Chitra, 16 Ecclesiastical, 20 Others STARFORM PRETTY BOY FLOYD Danger TIDE OF TIME Winning Post Startpoint Highest Point Lowest Point Open ditch Water jump Fence 6.00 UNIBET/BSS EBF FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (GBB) (DIV I) (5) 7f 2yo only £3,780 13 run. 1 (10) 7 AL HUSN (25) R Varian 2-9-0 D O’Neill 80 2 (13) 37 AUGMENTARIUM (30) D Loughnane 2-9-0 P Cosgrave 94 3 (12) BELLA VENETA (H 1 ) Rae Guest 2-9-0 C Shepherd - 4 (7) CAMRIE LOCH D Elsworth 2-9-0 D Probert - 5 (4) CONNIE R J Parr 2-9-0 H Burns (5) - 6 (9) 50 HAYAT (36) R Charlton 2-9-0 T Whelan 67 7 (3) HEROIC HOLLY A King 2-9-0 M Harley - 8 (8) 75 KEEPING HOPING (43) Clive Cox 2-9-0 H Crouch 85 9 (5) LADY CLEMENTINE A Balding 2-9-0 O Murphy - 10 (6) 5 LADY XENIA (25) J & T Gosden 2-9-0 R Havlin 86 11 (2) 90 MREMBO (32) J Portman 2-9-0 G Downing 50 12 (1) NIGHT TRAVELLER C Banham 2-9-0 J Haynes - 13 (11) TANGO TONIGHT H Morrison 2-9-0 Hollie Doyle - 2020: Zaajirah 2 9 0, Jim Crowley 3/1J (Roger Varian), 13 ran. Star Betting 11‐4 Lady Xenia, 4 Al Husn, 9‐2 Lady Clementine, 15‐2 Augmentarium, 8 Camrie Loch, 10 Keeping Hoping, 14 Heroic Holly, Tango Tonight, 16 Hayat, 20 Others STARFORM AUGMENTARIUM Danger LADY XENIA 6.30 1m (Outer) 2m (Outer) 7f (Outer) 5f (Inner) 6f (Outer) 1m2f (Inner) 1m1 1 /2f (Inner) 1m1f (Inner) 1m3f (Outer) 1m4f (Outer) UNIBET/BSS EBF FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (GBB) (DIV II) (5) 7f 2yo only £3,780 12 run. 1 (5) 83 BRUSH CREEK (53) H Candy 2-9-0 D Probert 75 2 (11) FAMOUS FOOTSTEPS Rae Guest 2-9-0 C Shepherd - 3 (2) HAMMOCK R Hughes 2-9-0 James Doyle - 4 (3) 73553 JEN’S GIFT (15) J Ferguson 2-9-0 S M Mooney (7) 84 5 (4) 0 KADIMA IMPERIAL (24) Mrs H Main 2-9-0 R Dawson 47 6 (7) MISS MALOU M Madgwick 2-9-0 S Cherchi (3) - 7 (6) ORZO A Balding 2-9-0 J Watson - 8 (1) 5 SAY GOODNIGHT (25) R Hannon 2-9-0 R Kingscote 87 9 (8) 60 SHAHNAZ (21) (P 1 ) A Murphy 2-9-0 Hollie Doyle 74 10 (9) 04 SHOUTOUT (37) R Beckett 2-9-0 O Murphy 93 11 (12) SHOWLAN SPIRIT G Baker 2-9-0 P Cosgrave - 12 (10) 76 ULTRA CHIC (25) J & T Gosden 2-9-0 R Havlin 69 2020: Zaajirah 2 9 0, Jim Crowley 3/1J (Roger Varian), 13 ran. Star Betting 9‐4 Shoutout, 100‐30 Say Goodnight, 11‐2 Orzo, 13‐2 Brush Creek, 8 Ultra Chic, 12 Jen’s Gift, 14 Showlan Spirit, 16 Hammock, 20 Others STARFORM SHOUTOUT Danger SAY GOODNIGHT Going GOOD TO YIELDING 3.30 LIKE NAVAN ON FACEBOOK HANDICAP 1m2f 3yo only €9,145 12 runners. 1 (8) 734004 ZOZIMUS (25) (B) D A O’Brien 3-10-4 Gavin Ryan 99 2 (7) 210100 HELL BENT (27) (D) Mrs J Harrington 3-9-13 S Foley 95 3 (3) 215160 PRAIRIE DANCER (38) (B) (D) J P O’Brien 3-9-12 S Crosse 92 4 (9) 71 STELLIUM (67) M Grassick 3-9-12 W J Lee 89 5 (4) 42-15 TEAM OF FIRSTS (59) (CD) G Lyons 3-9-12 C T Keane 86 6 (6) 210505 SILAIYLI (19) (B) (D) M Halford 3-9-11 R P Whelan 98 7 (10) 045710 BONTE MOI (19) (P) Mrs J Harrington 3-9-9 C P Hoban 93 8 (11) 41-893 LIGHTNING JOCK (18) P McCreery 3-9-5 S Davis 94 9 (12) -86211 SEA APPEAL (27) Ms S Lavery 3-9-3 R C Colgan 97 10 (2) 071-96 PITA PINTA (27) J Stack 3-9-0 C D Hayes 93 11 (5) 931878 SASSIFIED (18) (P) J Murtagh 3-9-0 B Coen 95 12 (1) 357433 LIFETIME LEGEND (4) A Oliver 3-8-12 M Sheehy (5) 98 2020: No corresponding race. Star Betting 7‐2 Sea Appeal, 9‐2 Zozimus, 5 Team Of Firsts, 6 Lifetime Legend, 7 Stellium, 12 Lightning Jock, Pita Pinta, Prairie Dancer, Silaiyli, 14 Bonte Moi, Hell Bent, 16 Sassified SEA APPEAL 7/2F (9-8) made all, pushed along and went clear over 1f out, reduced lead inside final 110yds, unchallenged, won at Listowel 1m6f hcap y beating Share The Honour (9-6) by 1 3 /4l. 15 ran. ZOZIMUS 100/1 (8-5) raced far side, held up in rear, ridden and outpaced over 2f out, headway over 1f out, led group inside final 110yds, kept on well, 1st of 11 in group, 4th of 26, 3 1 /4l behind Bedouin’s Story (9-5) at Newmarket 1m1f hcap gf in Sep. TEAM OF FIRSTS 100/30 (9-7) chased leaders, disputing third halfway, ridden 2f out, no impression over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, tenderly handled and lost fourth towards finish, 5th of 7, 7l behind Collins Street (9-7) at Naas 1m2f y/sft in Aug. LIFETIME LEGEND 3/1 (9-7) held up in behind leaders, dropped to midfield halfway, pushed along and headway from 2f out, soon chased leaders on inner, ridden and kept on well from over 1f out, went third inside final furlong, no match for first two, 3rd of 13, 2 3 /4l behind Moracana (9-2) at Leopardstown 1m2f mdn gd in Oct. STELLIUM 5/1 (9-7) towards rear of midfield, good headway and went third under 3f out, ridden and went second 1f out, led and went clear final 110yds, won at Tramore 1m4f mdn y beating Lusaka (9-7) by 3 1 /2l. 9 ran. LIGHTNING JOCK 50/1 (9-10) tracked leaders, close up when nudged along under 3f out, ridden 2f out, kept on but no impression inside final furlong, no match for first two, 3rd of 9, 5l behind Kodiac Prince (9-0) at Killarney 1m hcap sft in Oct. STARFORM ZOZIMUS Danger SILAIYLI 4.05 FLOWER HILL MAIDEN 1m6f 3yo plus €7,080 16 runners. 1 (4) 8 ARDLA (13) M Halford 6-10-0 R P Whelan 67 2 (14) CHARLI PARCS (447J) (H) A Howard 8-10-0 L Dempsey - 3 (11) DROP THE ANCHOR (172J) P Fahy 7-10-0 N G McCullagh - 4 (5) HALLOWED STAR (17J) J Hanlon 6-10-0 W J Lee - 5 (10) 4-6 HEARTS ARE TRUMPS (13) (H 1 ) D Mcdonogh 8-10-0 S Torrens (5) 75 6 (7) 2-42 JESSE EVANS (13) (BF) N Meade 5-10-0 C T Keane 89 7 (3) OUR MAN FLINT (134J) (T) L Comer 4-10-0 Joe Doyle - 8 (15) STANSFIELD (11J) P Traynor 7-10-0 J M Sheridan (3) - 9 (9) TITAN JACK (151P) G Brouder 13-10-0 G P Brouder (7) - 10 (13) 00 VEE DANCER (6) R Mcnally 6-10-0 M A Enright 51 11 (2) 84 BERET ROUGE (30J) (BF) W Mullins 6-9-9 S Foley 73 12 (12) 000-00 MISS POLLY SHELBY (27) R Mcnally 4-9-9 E J McNamara 54 13 (8) 783796 SEATTLE SOUND (24) L Comer 3-9-7 C D Hayes 81 14 (6) 75 THE ROLE MODEL (21) K Smith 3-9-7 R C Colgan 69 15 (1) 06 VINLAND (65) (P 1 ) J P O’Brien 3-9-7 D P McDonogh 70 16 (16) 7 SCENIC LOOK (16) M Fagan 3-9-2 J Coen (10) 65 2020: Ilmig 3 9 7, Shane Foley 7/2 (Mrs John Harrington), 9 ran. 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ISEIR ■ GAA TIME TMO GALWAY football captain Shane Walsh has called for the introduction of a Televison Match Official in light of the injury he suffered in this year’s Connacht final. Having been influential in scoring one goal and setting up another as Galway marched into a five-point lead against Mayo, an off-the-ball incident led to the player receiving a pain-killing injection at halftime and his contribution was severely diminished in the second half as his side slumped to a six-point defeat. Walsh explained yesterday he “cracked a bone” in his shoulder and was left with torn ligaments and heavy bruising, resulting in eight weeks on the sidelines. Galway manager Pádraic Joyce was left fuming over the incident and with referee Conor Lane having not witnessed it and video evidence proving inconclusive, there was no punishment handed out. “I’d probably be one who would be in favour of a TMO coming into GAA because there is an awful lot of stuff like that going on,” said Walsh, speaking in his role as a John West Féile ambassador. “For me, it’s very frustrating. Your Championship game is taken away from you in a couple of seconds. In fairness, if it happens on the ball, you’re unlucky and it happens. But it wasn’t on the ball. “When I put my hand across as he was running out, he was the one who initiated the grabbing of me and bringing me to the ground. “It happened so quickly and I was tired at the time. I was after running for the second goal. JOINING: Cian O’Neill will be part of Joyce’s coaching set-up off the ball incidents must be tackled FOR A ■■Pat NOLAN “There needs to be more done because there are linesmen there. Refs need support in games. It’s very hard. The game is moving on so quickly. “There is all this structure talk and rule changes but refs have to deal with all of that, keep the flow of the game and then watching what else is going on around them. “It’s difficult for them. I think more help is needed. They just have two eyes.” Walsh says that he never gets too perturbed about verbal sledging from opponents but he’s irked by off the ball incidents. “It’s happening all the time. On the ball it’s more obvious whereas off the ball stuff is hard to spot. “But you need to cut that out as well because young kids, they see that now and they replicate everything. Simulating “You see under-8s and 9s in my own club and they’d nearly be simulating diving because they see soccer players on TV at it. “A case of two players going for a ball and rolling on the ground if they don’t win it. Holding their face, nearly. I’m shocked. “Players have to be looked after. It’s all about player welfare. The GAA has to be doing their best to make sure the players are looked after. “They are the ones taking to the pitch. You want the best ones doing that.” Walsh added that he wasn’t going “cry over spilt milk” with regard to the video evidence being inconclusive, which meant that the CCCC could propose a suspension. “My job is to represent Galway and I’m enjoying that and it’s just a case of the way that happened and the way the cameras were, I don’t know, like I’ve seen it back a LET’S BACK B FOR THE GREATER GOOD SHANE WALSH would like Special Congress to back Proposal B (League as Championship) for the greater good. He said: “The stronger teams are fine, they wouldn’t care if the Championship doesn’t change. “The teams on the other side of the spectrum, who have couple of times but I’d have a good recollection of what happened with it but that’d be one word against another, so it wouldn’t stand up in court as they say.” Walsh’s injury was particularly disheartening, as he was in such a rich vein of form and he explained how that his game had come together nicely after the Connacht semi-final win over Roscommon. ■■Pat NOLAN the minimal amount of games each year, that’s where Proposal B would be a benefit to them. It’s more games, and more games against your peers as such. Option “Initially you have the option of winning an All-Ireland and if that’s taken away, you still have something to play for. “It’s important that the GAA make that worthwhile as well because there’s no point in running it off and then being “I felt I was really getting into my groove and obviously that was probably the most frustrating thing. Impeded “Fair enough, these things happen but the fact it completely impeded me for the rest of the game it’s very hard because then our chance is gone and for me, even if we had won that game, I wouldn’t have been back for the like, ‘Oh, we’ll just fix that game there for the sake of it’. He continued: “A couple of years ago, our last league game and our first Championship game had 11 weeks of a gap, which is an eternity. “If you could fill that up with four or five games in those 10 or 11 weeks, why wouldn’t you do that? “If it works, great, then we’ll proceed with it, if not, we’ll look to change it again.” Elsewhere, he welcomed the addition of former Kildare manager Cian O’Neill to IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 41 MAN OF THE (JOHN) WEST: Galway footballer and John West Féile Ambassador Shane Walsh, at the launch of John West Féile, 2021 at Croke Park. Celebrations for John West Féile’s 50th anniversary are taking place at Croke Park and Thurles over Halloween semi-final. “I’m one of those footballers that probably would be playing the game pretty clean in the sense that all you’re thinking of is getting the ball and trying to work it to your team-mates to kick a score and helping out at the back then to not concede a score. “That’s probably as simple a way of putting it, in my head. of how football should be played.” Pádraic Joyce’s coaching team for 2022. “It’s great. He worked with Kerry back in 2014, was with Liam Sheedy in 2010, with Kildare obviously, the Newbridge or Nowhere fiasco, then he’s been with Cork obviously. Experience “So huge experience staying the game right up until now, so I’m sure he’ll bring huge knowledge to the set up in relation to the different environments he’s been in, and how best to work that.” BLOW: Eoin Morgan eoin’s windies defeat agony ■■Jeremy CROSS EOIN Morgan has revealed he spent months coming to terms with England’s stunning defeat to West Indies in the last T20 World Cup final. And the England captain wants to use the pain of that crushing loss to drive him to go one better this time, and conquer the world again in the white-ball game. Morgan and his teammates were left shattered and broken in 2016 when Carlos Brathwaite smashed 24 runs off the final over, including four consecutive sixes, to see the Windies snatch victory in Kolkata. But leading England to World Cup glory in the 50-over format at Lord’s in 2019 helped make amends. Thought England begin their Super 12 campaign against the Windies in Dubai on Saturday and Morgan said: “I probably thought about what happened for about six or seven months afterwards, to try to understand it. “It was one of the most incredible sporting events you’ll ever watch. “It’s not something that you can just let run off your back, it’s something that you need to understand and learn from. “For a guy to come in and hit four consecutive sixes to win the game for his team is just an incredible feat within itself, that’s the way I’ve understood it. “It’s never been done before. There are always cornerstones of motivation to try and drive success, and they normally stem from failure.” Meanwhile, Ireland continue their ICC Men’s T20 World Cup campaign today with a clash against Sri Lanka, starting 3pm. Head Coach Graham Ford and captain Andrew Balbirnie have a full squad to pick fro. Ford said: “It will be a huge game for us, but I think it will be a really exciting challenge — we’ll focus on going out and really enjoying this opportunity.”

42 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Djokovic puts defence of Oz title in doubt NOVAK DJOKOVIC has threatened to pull out of the Australian Open in January after officials insisted that unvaccinated players are unlikely to be allowed into the country. The nine times Australian Open champion has said he is prepared to miss out on the chance of defending his Melbourne title and a record-breaking 21st Grand Slam win because he refuses to release his vaccination status. Djokovic said: “Things being as they are, I still don’t know if I will go to Melbourne. “I will not reveal my status, whether I have been vaccinated or not. It is a private matter and an inappropriate inquiry. Judge “People go too far these days in taking the liberty to ask questions and judge a person. Whatever you say ‘Yes, no, maybe, I am thinking about it’, they will take advantage.” The state of Victoria, scheduled to host the first Grand Slam of 2022, has introduced a vaccination mandate for professional athletes as it battles a resurgence of Covid-19 cases. Premier Daniel Andrews said: “I don’t think an unvaccinated tennis player is going to get a visa to come into ■■Don MARRINAN this country and if they did, they’d probably have to quarantine for a couple of weeks. “The virus doesn’t care what your ranking is, or how many Grand Slams you’ve won. It’s completely irrelevant. “You need to be vaccinated to keep yourself safe and to keep others safe.” Djokovic this summer said he hoped vaccination would not be made mandatory for players, insisting it should come down to freedom of choice. Charity The world No1 was forced to apologise after staging a charity event in Serbia in 2020 with no social-distancing measures, after which several players, including Djokovic, tested positive. Australian prime minister Scott Morrison announced on Friday that international travel to and from the country would resume from November 1 for citizens and permanent residents, but emphasised “no decision to allow other visa-holders” had yet been made. Last week Andy Murray said players should get vaccinated, insisting: “I support vaccination. “I hope more players get it done.” ■ SOCCER second-half showing at WIN REALLY ISEIR FIRM STANCE: Novak Djokovic will not bend for the new rules Galway stall on naming manager ■■from BACK PAGE Championships marginalised, along with the provincial councils themselves, reaching the 60 per cent threshold for it to be passed will still be quite the challenge. When top table votes and the sizeable overseas delegation are factored in it will be particularly difficult. Meanwhile, confusion reigns as to who the next Galway senior hurling manager will be. Reports emerged early yesterday that Davy Fitzgerald had got the nod to succeed Shane O’Neill but he had not been appointed as of late last night. Stocked Also, suggestions that he has lined up a backroom team heavily stocked with fellow Clare men are believed to be wide of the mark. Brian Hanley and Jeffrey Lynskey are also in the shake-up. BACK FROM THE BRINK: Cian Lynch celebrates Limerick’s superb secondhalf showing to see off Tipp in the Munster final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh in July LOUTH TO SUPPORT PROPOSAL B LOUTH GAA will vote in favour of ■■Karl O’KANE country and abroad will follow any beaten on Saturday, the GAA will Proposal B at Saturday’s Special club mandates. return to the old qualifier system, Congress in Croke Park. Armagh GAA are set to decide Leinster and Ulster GAA CEOs in place from 2001-2017, before The Wee County have joined their position on Proposal B Michael Reynolds and Brian the Super 8s were added. Offaly in giving the green light to tonight. McEvoy have both come out Former GAA President John the radical new plan. Laois GAA have given their delegates the right to vote whatever Proposal B to be tweaked and to against the plan. Horan (pictured) has called for Proposal B would see the League effectively move to the way they choose rather than take Behind come in for the 2023 season. summer and become the All- a club vote and mandate them. But the GPA are fully behind it, Proposal B could yet be withdrawn before Saturday, with a Ireland, with the provincial The Congress vote is a secret with their members voting overwhelmingly in favour of major fresh plan presented to GAA Championships played in spring. ballot so there is no guarantee No county has yet indicated it that delegates from across the change. Congress at the start of 2022 with will vote against Proposal B. It is believed that if Proposal B is a view to the following season.

ISEIR pairc ui chaoimh was key to all-ireland win IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 43 tIppeD sCALes IF there was one place Karl Lynch admits turnaround in Munster O'KANE GAA fans could take a time machine back to from the past season, it would surely be the Limerick dressing room at half-time in the Munster final. It was the one time in the 2021 Championship that John Kiely’s now three-time All- Ireland champions were truly rattled. Liam Sheedy was slapping his players on the back in the way into the changing rooms at half-time in Pairc Ui Chaoimh. The ground was buzzing. Could Limerick muster a response? Cian Lynch was wondering, himself. A series of long puckouts had caught Limerick cold, with John O’Dwyer and Jake Morris plundering goals. Limerick had shipped a whopping 2-16 in the first half. Were Limerick succumbing to the pressure again in their pursuit of the county’s first ever back-to back All-Ireland titles, having missed out in 2019 with the semi-final defeat by Kilkenny. Outscore All those questions and more, were answered emphatically in the second half, and long before the final whistle. In the third quarter Limerick would outscore Tipp by 1-10 to 0-1, and the second half scoreline was Limerick, 1-17, Tipperary 1-5, with the final tally 2-29 (35) to 3-21 (30). There were only five points in it at the end, but it felt a lot more convincing than that. It was one of the final nails in the coffin of an aging Tipperary side. Coming through that moment when they were truly rattled was not only a huge psychological boost to Limerick but a warning shot to anyone coming for their All- Ireland crown. reports That Limerick could pulverise you in the blink of an eye, so the game is never over against them. “I suppose Tipperary blitzed us really in the first half,” says Lynch. “We went in at halftime asking ourselves, ‘How can we come back from this?’ Bounce “But we just put our heads down. Thankfully things went our way and we were able to get the few breaks, got a goal early after half-time. But it is huge when you get over a game like that, when things mightn’t be going your way. “Then, all of a sudden you bounce back. It was lovely to get a result as well — drove us on to the All-Ireland semi-final.” final drove Limerick on Lynch continued: “I suppose you are always kind of questioning yourself on an individual level really. “You are asking yourself ‘is there more I can do here?’ Or ‘am I doing enough?’ I suppose in every game, whether you are winning or losing, you are going to ask those questions. “Look, we just pulled together and in that third quarter things just went our way. We were able to drive on and push on again. “Tipperary are an unreal outfit and we’ve had battles down through the years and there is never much between us. We know each other fairly well, so it was just nice to be able to get a result that day for ourselves.” AB MAJOR BLOW FOR RAFA eVertON have been hit by a major injury blow with Abdoulaye Doucoure suffering a broken foot. the midfielder has a fractured metatarsal which could keep him out for up to two months. Doucoure, in fine form this season under boss rafa Benitez, could now ■■Chris MCKENNA need an operation, leading to a lengthy spell out. Options It leaves everton short of midfield options as Andre Gomes and Fabian Delph are also out injured. tom Davies or Jean-Philippe Gbamin are likely to step in. Forwards Dominic Calvert-Lewin and richarlison are also sidelined at the moment. Calvert-Lewin has toe and thigh injuries and is not set to return soon. But richarlison could be fit to line up against Watford this Saturday. Lynch and Limerick went on to defeat Waterford, before delivering an All-Ireland final masterclass, ripping Cork apart in the decider. The Patrickswell man is in the final three to add to his Hurler of the Year award from 2018. First he has a county final with his club to look forward to this Sunday. Recharge And when his club season ends, he’ll down the hurl to recharge his batteries. “I will, for a few weeks anyway, to be able to recharge and get that appetite back,” says Lynch. “It is all about freshness and being able to go back and put the foot down and go all at it again. “It is hugely important to switch off. You see professional rugby players, soccer players — they take their time, switch off as well. “Gearoid (Hegarty) is always on about it. “You’re going nearly 10 months of the year, trying to get yourself to the peak of your performance. “It’s just huge, just being able to chill out to try something different. “For me, the last two years, I know it has been lockdown, but just going for leisurely walks rather than runs. “Getting out, trying something different — a few games of pool — try some other sport. “Just getting away from the hustle and bustle of trying to be in top shape so you can go back with that bit of appetite.” ‘It is huge when you are able to get over a game like this’ rOLe MODeL: John West Féile Ambassador and Limerick hurler Cian Lynch at the launch of John West Féile, 2021 at Croke Park. Celebrations of John West Féile’s 50th anniversary are taking place at Croke Park and thurles over halloween INJUrY: Abdoulaye Doucoure of everton PUrPLe hAZe: Galway stars with All-Ireland title DOZEN GET ANY BETTER FOR TRIBE ■■Pat NOLAN All-Ireland champions Galway lead this year’s Camogie All-Stars Award nominations, with 12 players on the shortlist. runners-up Cork also hit double figures with six counties across the four provinces represented. Kilkenny, tipperary, Waterford and Down players complete the 36-player shortlist. the Manager of the Year has been decided already and unsurprisingly it’s Galway boss Cathal Murray, who guided his team to the All-Ireland summit in September. the All- Star team will be announced at a gala banquet at the Osprey hotel in Naas, Co. Kildare on Friday November 26. the Players’ Player of the Year Awards will also be announced after a shortlist is revealed next week. CAMOGIE All-Star Nominees: Goalkeepers: Sarah healy (Galway), Amy Lee (Cork), Aoife Norris (Kilkenny) Full-Back Line: Shauna healy (Galway), Davina tobin (Kilkenny), Dervla higgins (Galway), Colette Dormer (Kilkenny), Sarah Dervan (Galway), Libby Coppinger (Cork), Mary ryan (tipp) half-Back Line: Meighan Farrell (Kilkenny), Laura hayes (Cork), Caitriona Cormican (Galway), Siobhan Gardiner (Galway), Laura treacy (Cork), emma helebert (Galway), Saoirse McCarthy (Cork) Midfield: Niamh Kilkenny (Galway), hannah Looney (Cork), Ashling thompson (Cork), ereena Fryday (tipp), Shona Curran (Waterford) half-Forward Line: Aoife Donohue (Galway), Denise Gaule (Kilkenny), Chloe Sigerson (Cork), Orla O’ Dwyer (tipp) Katie Nolan (Kilkenny), Mary O’ Connell (Kilkenny), róisín howard (tipp) Full-Forward Line: Siobhán McGrath (Galway), Ailish O’ reilly (Galway), Katrina Mackey (Cork), Niamh Mallon (Down), Orlaith McGrath (Galway), Cáit Devane (tipperary), Amy O’ Connor (Cork)

44 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Referees are not listening says Bradley STEPHEN BRADLEY has lashed out at League of Ireland referees — saying all but a handful refuse to communicate with managers. Bradley (below) was fuming after centreback Roberto Lopes was red-carded shortly before half-time in Monday night’s 1-1 draw with Bohemians. The 10-man Hoops had to battle back to earn the point — and it leaves them needing just six from their remaining five games to retain their Premier Division crown. However, it was the performance of referee Neil Doyle that dominated his postmatch thoughts. Lopes was the NINTH player to see red in the last 10 meetings between the — with Doyle dishing out three of those dismissals. Fence Asked if Rovers could appeal the decision, Bradley replied: “I’m not sure. Sure, you might as well talk to that fence.” As it happens, mistaken identity is the only grounds for appealing a red card — even if a manager feels his player has been sent off in the wrong, as many observers felt about the Lopes incident. “It was a shocking decision. I know I said it, but Jesus Christ,” continued Bradley. “Unbelievable decision. It really is. Honestly. Incredible.” The incident between CONTROVERSY: Roberto Lopes is sent off on Monday by Neil Doyle ■■Mark McCADDEN Lopes and Bohemians striker Promise Omochere looked to be 50/50, grabbing onto each other, before Omochere fell on the edge of the area. Bradley was asked if he spoke with the referee afterwards, but replied: “He has no interest in listening. “That’s the problem in this league. Managers have said it all year, I’ve stayed quiet. “That’s the problem. “There are one or two who will listen and have a conversation with you. “And they wonder why people are giving out.” He added: “We’ve all had decisions go against us throughout the year and you just bite your lip and get on with it. You hope they even themselves out. “But games like that, he makes a decision like that, it’s not good enough and it’s not acceptable. “Try to speak to him? You’re joking me. It’s incredible. They wonder why people are speaking about them. Unbelievable. “Like I said, there are a couple. There are two who are really, really good in terms of speaking to you. “Whether they get them right or wrong, they’ll speak to you and you take that on the chin. “But when they don’t even speak to you and, ‘Get out of my face, you’ll be sent off’... have a conversation.” hOOPS GET BARRED ■■Mark McCADDEN HOSTILITIES between Bohemians and ■Shamrock Rovers were cranked up last night when the Dalymount Park side announced they would bar away fans from next month’s derby in Phibsborough. It comes after the Hoops declined to hand ■over a ticket allocation to Bohs fans for Monday night’s derby draw at Tallaght. In a statement, the Gypsies said: “Monday ■was the first Bohemians game — either home or away — that there were no away fans in attendance since the 50 per cent permitted capacity was introduced. “As a result of this decision, Bohemian FC ■ can confirm that we do not intend to give Shamrock Rovers a ticket allocation when the sides meet at Dalymount Park in November.” ■ SOCCER o’donnell says dundalk the STEPHEN O’DONNELL ‘It’s giving reckons his former side Dundalk are one of the them all an strongest teams in Ireland — despite their Premier opportunity Division struggles this year. to salvage The ex-Lilywhites skipper faces his old club at Richmond Park on a season’ Friday night — with a place in next month’s great FAI Cup final up for grabs. Dundalk have lost an astonishing 12 of their 31 league games so far this season and are just three points off the relegation play-off zone. However, O’Donnell warned that their more recent form should be pretenders saints boss won’t get fooled by dundalk quality PITCH PERFECT: Richmond Park is all set for Friday’s FAI Cup semi-final and (left) Stephen O’Donnell MEETING: Martin fai cup semi-final st pat’s ath v dundalk richmond park, friday 7.45pm live on WoLvES SHARE DUNDALK owners Peak6 have taken a minority stake in English Premier League side Wolves. It marks a return to English football for the American company, which previously had held a 25 per cent stake in Bournemouth, as well as interest in Serie A side Roma. Wolves reported a pre-tax loss of €44.25m in the year ending May 2020. The club’s executive chairman Jeff Shi said: “We have been in deep conversation with Peak6 for more than a year and we are delighted to welcome them officially to the Wolves family.” NO BIT O’RED TAPE FOR SLIGO AN TAOISEACH Micheál Martin met ■■Mark McCADDEN for academy and senior football in yesterday with Sligo Rovers chairman the north-west Tommy Higgins, where they discussed the Premier Division side’s €17m stadium masterplan. Sligo County Council chief executive Martin Lydon and the Bit O’ Red man presented the plan to the Taoiseach and updated him on the background of the plans. The proposal would see the sponsor facilities, offices, meeting rooms, multiple changing rooms and a gym. Higgins said: “In recent days we have spoken with Minister Catherine Martin and Taoiseach Micheál Martin. Masterplan “We have been in dialogue with Sligo County Council who have been very supportive in these discussions. “We will look to provide supporters with a further update when we can. “As mentioned at the launch of the masterplan, this is not something we put on a shelf and wait for Showgrounds redeveloped as a “It is important to raise awareness of the masterplan as we look things to happen. 6,000-seater UEFA Category 3 stadium. to bring it to fruition and we were “We are seeking to bring elements of the plan to action as soon It would also include hospitality delighted to speak with the spaces, shops, corporate and Government officials on our vision as possible.” ISEIR

ISEIR will be desperate to salvage season Mark McCADDEN REPORTS cause for alarm. Asked for his thoughts on Friday’s semi-final opponents, he said: “The exception would have been how they maybe had a mediocre season throughout the League campaign. “But the rule is that they’re a really good team and they’re showing that now kind of when they’re coming to the business end. Perfect “A cup semi is perfect for them because it’s giving them all an opportunity to get to another cup final and maybe salvage a season. “Ultimately look if you went through their one-to-11 when they play us on Friday, I think any neutral would say that’s one of the strongest teams in the league and that’s just the bottom line. “They’ll be at it on Friday, as I said it’s a Cup semi-final and a good platform for them all to showcase themselves and try to get to a cup final. “We’re not training this week wondering what type of Dundalk is going to turn up. “We know what type of Dundalk is going to turn up, it’s going to be a really good Dundalk with all their really good individuals ready to rock — and that’s what we’re preparing for. “That’s what is going to come on Friday, as you’ve seen in their recent league form a s we l l, beating FlASheS OF FORM: dundalk celebrating against Rovers recently maybe the champions elect, the league leaders, only a couple of weeks ago. “They’re capable of that and you’re not surprised when they get good results. “Ultimately you only go back into the summer when it’s big sort of one-off occasions, from the second half onwards against Vitesse Arnhem in Tallaght, more or less they absolutely destroyed them so that’s the level they can get to.” Battles Despite their contrasting form this year, the three battles between the two sides so far have produced a win each and a draw. Dundalk left Richmond Park in late May with a 2-0 win, but O’Donnell expects a different Lilywhites side this time around. “They totally sat in against us at Richmond and sat off the game massively, and sort of played in a tight sort of condensed shape and maybe done us on the counter,” he explained. “We would have had lots of the ball and I don’t expect to see the same Dundalk on Friday in that regard. “I think they’ll be more back to what you’d associate Dundalk with, pressing and getting after the game.” As for St Pat’s recent form, they have lost two of their last three league games — at home to Shamrock Rovers and away to Derry City. However, O’Donnell insisted: “Even though we’ve lost two of our last Forest win is Taylor made TWO stoppage-time goals from substitute Lyle Taylor gave Nottingham Forest a 2-1 win to extend Bristol City’s Ashton Gate nightmare. The hosts have not won at home since January, but looked set to lay the jinx after teenage midfielder Alex Scott had fired them in front on 39 minutes. On 90 minutes, Nathan Baker fouled Djed Spence in the box and Taylor made no mistake from the spot, sending Dan Bentley the wrong way. ■ChampionShip Round-up Seconds later Bentley parried a shot from Joe Lolley and Taylor pounced on the rebound to steal all three points. Second Jake Cooper scored a stunning winner in added time as Millwall won 2-1 at 10-man Sheffield United. Jed Wallace’s brilliant opener was cancelled out by Billy Sharp’s penalty before Morgan Gibbs-White was shown a second yellow card in the 54th minute. Luton twice came back in a 2-2 draw at Derby. The Rams took the lead through Tom Lawrence and Jason Knight, left. But they were pegged back by scrappy Fred Onyedinma and Elijah Adebayo efforts. Ilias Chair was QPR’s hero with a glorious strike in their 1-0 win over Blackburn. three 1-0, we’re actually in a very good rhythm ourselves. “We’re actually playing very well up to a point, we’re probably not scoring the goals we should be scoring. Rhythm “But in regard to rhythm and the structure of our team, I think it’s the best we’ve been. On Friday it was probably our best performance of the season up at the Brandywell. “I don’t think many other teams will go up to the Brandywell and basically dominate the game the way we did with 21 attempts to five. “So in that regard, results aside from last Friday we’ll be going in with a lot of confidence too.” delighted: Saints players celebrate a goal with fans in their quarter-final win over Wexford and (left) it’s been a tough season for dundalk BRACe: lyle taylor celebrates for Forest IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 45 SOLANKE SEALS WIN OVER STOKE DOMINIC SOLANKE scored a priceless winner as Championship leaders Bournemouth extended their advantage at the summit to six points. The on-song striker now has eight goals in his past 10 second-tier outings, as the Cherries stretched their unbeaten league start to 13 games. Stoke shot-stopper Adam Davies inexplicably spilled Ryan Christie’s shot six minutes into the second half, and Solanke pounced to score from point-blank range. Crossbar The former Chelsea graduate also rattled the crossbar with a thunderous drive, to thrill the 549 Cherries fans who had made the long journey from the south coast to Staffordshire. Potters striker Jacob Brown had shot wide as the hosts started with a spring in their step, but it was the visitors who had the better chances. VAlUABle: Bournemouth striker dominic Solanke slides in to score the winning goal ■Stoke City 0 Bournemouth 1 Jack Stacey tested keeper Davies with a long-range drive before midfielder Philip Billing wasted a great chance, shooting over from close-range. Wing-back Ben Wilmot headed wide for Stoke after their leading scorer Nick Powell had limped off with a foot injury on 28 minutes. But the breakthrough came as the Cherries forced the pace early in the second half. Jordan Thompson then came within a whisker of restoring parity, but his thunderous shot struck the right post. Centre-back Harry Souttar headed wide from Mario Vrancic’s cross as Stoke tried to find a way back, before substitute Tyrese Campbell rifled a shot straight at Ireland goalkeeper Mark Travers. RESulTS & FixTuRES UEFA Champions Lge Group A Club Brugge (0) ..... 1 Man City (2)..........5 Vanaken 81 Joao Cancelo 30 Mahrez 43 (pen), 84 Walker 53 Att: 24,915 Palmer 67 PSG (1) .................. 3 RB Leipzig (1) .......2 Mbappe-Lottin 9 Andre Silva 28 Messi 67, 74 (pen) Mukiele 57 Group B At Madrid (2)......... 2 Liverpool (2) .........3 Griezmann 20, 34 Salah 8, 78 (pen) Keita 13 Porto (0)................ 1 AC Milan (0)..........0 Diaz 65 Group C Ajax (2).................. 4 B Dortmund (0).....0 Reus 11 (og), Blind 25, Antony 57, Haller 72 Besiktas (1) ........... 1 Sporting (3) ..........4 Larin 24 Coates 15, 27 Sarabia 44 (pen) Att: 22,936 Paulinho 89 P W D L F A Pts Ajax .......................... 3 3 0 0 11 1 9 Borussia Dortmund .... 3 2 0 1 3 5 6 Sporting .................... 3 1 0 2 5 7 3 Besiktas .................... 3 0 0 3 2 8 0 Group D Inter Milan (1) ....... 3 Sheriff (0) .............1 Dzeko 34 Thill 52 Vidal 58, de Vrij 67 Shakhtar D (0)....... 0 Real Madrid (1).....5 Kryvtsov 37 (og) V Junior 51, 56 Rodrygo 65 Benzema 90 P W D L F A Pts Sheriff ....................... 3 2 0 1 5 4 6 Real Madrid............... 3 2 0 1 7 2 6 Inter Milan ................ 3 1 1 1 3 2 4 Shakhtar Donetsk ...... 3 0 1 2 0 7 1 UEFA Europa League Group G Celtic (0) ............... 2 Ferencvaros (0).... 0 Furuhashi 57 Vecsei 81 (og) P W D L F A Pts Bayer Leverkusen ...... 2 2 0 0 6 1 6 Real Betis.................. 2 2 0 0 7 4 6 Celtic ........................ 3 1 0 2 5 8 3 Ferencvaros .............. 3 0 0 3 2 7 0 Championship Bristol C (1)........... 1 Nottm For (0)........2 Scott 39 Taylor 90 (pen), 90 Derby (1) ................ 2 Luton (0) ...............2 Lawrence 20 Onyedinma 48 Knight 60 Adebayo 83 QPR (0) .................. 1 Blackburn (0)........0 Chair 83 Att: 11,771 Sheff Utd (1) .......... 1 Millwall (1) ............2 Sharp 45 (pen) Wallace 11 Cooper 90 Stoke (0) ................ 0 Bournemth (0) ......1 Att: 18,427 Solanke 51 P W D L F A Pts Bournemouth .......... 13 9 4 0 21 8 31 West Brom .............. 12 7 4 1 21 9 25 Fulham .................... 12 7 2 3 27 14 23 Coventry.................. 12 7 2 3 18 14 23 QPR ........................ 13 6 3 4 24 20 21 Stoke ...................... 13 6 3 4 16 14 21 Huddersfield ............ 12 6 2 4 18 14 20 Reading................... 12 6 1 5 18 19 19 Luton ...................... 13 4 6 3 22 18 18 Millwall ................... 13 4 6 3 13 14 18 Blackburn ............... 13 4 5 4 21 17 17 Nottm Forest ........... 13 5 2 6 18 16 17 Bristol City .............. 13 4 4 5 15 17 16 Middlesbrough ........ 12 4 3 5 13 13 15 Sheff Utd ................. 13 4 3 6 17 19 15 Blackpool ................ 12 4 3 5 12 16 15 Swansea .................. 12 3 5 4 12 14 14 Preston ................... 12 2 6 4 12 15 12 Birmingham ............ 12 3 3 6 10 16 12 Cardiff .................... 12 3 2 7 12 22 11 Hull ......................... 12 2 3 7 8 17 9 Barnsley .................. 12 1 5 6 7 15 8 Peterborough .......... 12 2 2 8 12 25 8 Derby ...................... 13 3 7 3 9 10 4 League One Cambridge Utd 1 Sheff Wed 1, Charlton 2 Accrington Stanley 3, Cheltenham 3 Morecambe 1, Crewe 0 Sunderland 4, Fleetwood Town 0 Burton Albion 1, Gillingham 1 Doncaster 0, Lincoln City 0 AFC Wimbledon 1, Oxford Utd 2 Shrewsbury 0, Plymouth 3 Bolton 0, Portsmouth 0 Ipswich 4, Rotherham 0 Wycombe 0, Wigan 1 Milton Keynes Dons 2. ToP oF TABLe P W D L F A Pts Plymouth ................. 14 8 5 1 25 12 29 Sunderland .............. 12 9 1 2 24 12 28 Wycombe ................ 13 8 3 2 20 12 27 Wigan ..................... 12 8 1 3 22 9 25 Rotherham .............. 13 7 3 3 20 10 24 MK Dons ................. 13 6 4 3 23 17 22 Burton Albion .......... 14 6 4 4 15 16 22 oxford Utd............... 13 6 3 4 20 15 21 Sheff Wed ............... 13 5 5 3 14 12 20 Accrington .............. 13 6 1 6 17 23 19 Bolton ..................... 14 5 3 6 20 23 18

46 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ■ SOCCER leanne out to impress in tallaght ISEIR IN FOrM: Leanne Kiernan is hoping to take her club form into the Ireland game against Sweden we’ll have NO wOrd: Bruce Brucie’s waiting for that big push ■■Ian MURTAGH Steve Bruce has still to hear from the Newcastle top brass in the wake of the toon’s 3-2 home defeat at the hands of tottenham. And after a day off yesterday, he returns to work intent on preparing his struggling side for this weekend’s trip to crystal Palace, with the Magpies still searching for their first win of the season. Bruce accepts he has no long-term future at St James’ Park. But having been in line to be fired within days of the Amanda Staveley-led consortium taking over, he is assuming he will in the visitors’ dugout at Selhurst Park for his 1,001st game as a manager. Vitriol the Saudi regime witnessed first hand the vitriol hurled at Bruce by the toon Army during the Spurs game and realise they can’t risk another atmosphere like that when Newcastle are back on home soil against leaders chelsea on October 30. Former Bournemouth boss eddie Howe heads the betting to become the Geordies’ new boss — but he is not the only serious contender. Newcastle are also understood to be in talks with Paulo Fonsenca and Lucien Favre, while former england team-mates rangers’ boss Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard remain in the running. Howe turned down the celtic job in the summer but has told friends he would be interested in taking over at St James’ Park if and when the job become vacant. women’s world cup qualifier ireland v sweden tallaght stadium, tomorrow 7pm IreLANd striker Leanne Kiernan says her dad encouraged her to move to Liverpool last summer. However, she won’t be sending a framed jersey — with the iconic No.9 on the back — home to her family in Bailieborough, Co Cavan, as a thank you. That’s because the Kiernans are all huge Manchester United fans! The 22-year-old completed her move to the Women’s Championship side in June, after her contract with West Ham expired a month earlier. And she has hit the ground running, scoring four goals in her last three games ahead of her return to the Irish camp this week. With that kind of goalscoring ability, could she have stayed in the Women’s Super League? “Of course my agent was in and out but honestly when Liverpool came up, and obviously Beardy (Matt Beard) knows me very well (from their time together with the Hammers), we had a Zoom call with him,” she said. Fresh “I had a few more options on the side but my dad said straightaway, ‘Listen Leanne, I have a really good feeling about this and I think it’s a really good move for you’. “I felt it myself but sometimes it’s quite handy when I have an opinion that I really respect, and that’s the case with dad and I took it. So it worked out and I was happy-going. I needed a fresh start away from West Ham.” How has the move gone down at home? “I have a lot of people who can’t even watch me play with Liverpool,” she laughed. “They are all big United fans at home, even myself, I am a low-key United fan, which I don’t put out there that often. “They said, ‘Ah Leanne, we are very happy for you, but don’t dare come home with a jersey for us. You are with the wrong type of Reds!’” Kiernan felt she needed a fresh start after an injury-hit Hammers spell. A painful bout of shin-splints Mark McCADDEN reports effectively had her off her feet for six months. “I got injured at the very, very start of last season, the first game, with my shin splints and it is not something that just goes away overnight,” said the 22-year-old. “So I played for maybe three or four months in agony, and then I just put the hat in and said I couldn’t do it anymore. So I took six months off completely, went home for a few weeks. “I am not a massive gym head and when you are shoved into the gym every day, looking at yourself in the mirror, there are only so many songs that you can listen to on the speakers. “But it worked out for the best.” She added: “The pains in my shin bones were absolute agony and I am quite athletic and like to run, and when you can’t run, it takes a lot from my game. “I couldn’t walk. There were tears coming down from my eyes one day doing the warm-ups in training and I FOcuSed: Saoirse Noonan and Leanne Kiernan training at tallaght Stadium a game plan for swedes Kiernan reaping rewards after switch to reds just thought, this is not right. “I was showing maybe 40 percent of my ability compared to what I can show, it is not good for me, it is not good for the coach. Nobody is benefitting from this.” Kiernan revealed that she initially declined the No.9 shirt when it was offered during the summer. Silly “I told him (Beard) I am not sure I want it, do you not have a bigger number, a 33 or something,” she said. “I am quite easy-going, laid-back, like to be in the background and show what I am about. He told me to think about it. “I mentioned it to my Dad and he said, ‘Are you silly? You got offered the No.9 9 and you are not taking it? Take it, will you’. “It was a nice treat getting the No.9. It’s great that the coach believes in me like that, giving me that shirt, shows he has faith in me.” Kiernan aims to impress another man- ager this week. She is with the Ireland squad ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup qualification opener against Sweden. All 4,000 tickets available for the Tallaght Stadium clash (7pm) are sold out. The match falls just hours short of the return to full capacity at outdoor sporting events. Asked for her motivation ahead of the Sweden and Finland games, she replied: “To be the best player I can be for my teammates around me. “Just do as well as I can and be positive coming into the game. It’s a great opportunity for us to do very well in front of a full Tallaght. “We’re not silly, we’re aware of where they (Sweden) stand, in the top two in the world. Listen, you want to play the best teams. You learn a lot from playing the best teams. “We know what we’re about and we’ll have a game plan going in there, and who knows? “When you have 4,000 Irish fans screaming at you at the game, it always helps, doesn’t it?” KATIE SUPPORTS AWARENESS ■■Mark MCCADDEN IreLANd captain Katie Mccabe and her teammates are helping raise awareness of breast cancer this week — ahead of their world cup qualifiers against Sweden and Finland. For the second year in a row, the players have linked up with Breast cancer Ireland to encourage more women to be aware of breast cancer, as 30 percent of those between the ages of 20-50 will be diagnosed with it. Ahead of tomorrow’s game, the players and backroom staff will wear Breast cancer Ireland face-masks. Duty these can be purchased on to help fund research. Mccabe (inset) said: “As much as we are focusing on starting our world cup qualifying campaign in the best possible way, we feel it is our duty to promote awareness in breast cancer. “we are fully aware of our responsibility as role models for young women and this is something that directly affects them, so we need to be educated about it and know how to tackle breast cancer.”

ISEIR ■ SOCCER hoops hitting top gear IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 47 CelTS TaKe a DrIve THrougH by Craig SWAN CelTIC................... ANGe POstecOGLOU is acting as chauffeur again. This time he’s got his exciting Celtic party bus right into gear in the Europe League. The Hoops boss used to drive Ferenc Puskas around. Over three decades later and he was driving Ferencvaros mad. The Aussie refuses to engage reverse and his flat-out approach finally released their Group G handbrake. Kyogo’s brilliant opener had the stamp of Postecoglou all over it and the manager could even afford for Callum McGregor to have a subsequent penalty saved. David Turnbull’s scrappy second sealed the contest. Patience and the cutting edge up top was magnificently provided by new stars Jota and Kyogo. Sheet At the back, just as importantly, a clean sheet with the likes of Cameron Carter — Vickers, Anthony Ralston and Carl Starfelt stepping up to the mark. Every box ticked. And, suddenly, every chance of making it into Europe post-Christmas. Avoiding defeat in Budapest a fortnight tomorrow will give them a strong chance of at least the Conference League. This was no white-knuckle job. This was controlled. Celtic were almost undone VictOriOUs: Postecoglou Furuhashi 57, Turnbull 81 2 fereNCvároSI....... 0 inside three minutes as the visitors got in down the left and Ryan Mmaee just couldn’t find the final touch and wide-man Myrto Uzuni had a drive pushed behind a post by Joe Hart. However, in between those moments, Celtic settled, probed and displayed some glimpses of intent themselves. Jota forced a couple of saves from keeper Denes Dibusz. They were saves that he could be expected to make as Postecoglou’s team found it tough to carve to engineer a really clear-cut opportunity before the break. Celtic were positive from the DeLiGHt: celtic’s David turnbull celebrates after scoring to make it 2-0 sUBLiMe: celtic’s Kyogo Furuhashi scores celtic’s first goal during the UeFA europa League match at celtic Park, Glasgow Chauffeur ange finds route past Hungarians restart and McGregor had some room to test Dibusz before a sensational opening goal. The excellent Adam Montgomery and Jota passed their way out of potential trouble before the Portuguese had a difficult pass on to Kyogo and the execution was magnificent. Touch It was drilled 50 yards into the striker’s run and his cushioned first touch was equally brilliant. The Japanese Bhoy’s composed instep finish into the near post was textbook. The visitors should have been broken five minutes later when Celtic were awarded a penalty. Henry Wingo tumbled Montgomery in the box and Danish referee Jakob Kehlet had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. McGregor’s strike was solid, but Dibusz guessed correctly and it was a good height for him to beat clear. Grabbing the two-goal cushion would have been priceless at that stage, but it would come in the end. It could have been a tense last 20 minutes, but, in truth, Celtic had more sightings to finish it before they actually did. Jota stepped inside and then failed to really catch the shot which rolled into Dibusz’s arms. Carter-Vickers just missed a Turnbull corner and sub Giorgos Giakoumakis took a Kyogo cross on his chest before volleying over. But, with nine minutes to go, finally that comfort. McGregor stole possession and fed Jota in the box who crossed for Turnbull. Miscued The midfielder miscued his first effort, but as the ball spun loose, Dibusz kicked it against him and it flew into the net. Turnbull and Jota both missed golden chances for a third. But the job had been done. ceLti c: Hart, Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Montgomery (Scales 76), Rogic (Bitton 72), McGregor, Turnbull, Abada (Giakoumakis 71), Furuhashi (Johnston 86), Jota. FereNcVArOs: Dibusz, Wingo, Blazic, Samy Mmaee, Civic, Zachariassen (Loncar 66), Vecsei, Laidouni (Somalia 67), Uzuni, Ryan Mmaee, Nguen (Mak 83), Szantho, Gavric. referee: Jakob Kehlet (Denmark). EARLY SHIFT PAYS OFF FOR BHOYS ANGe POstecOGLOU apologised to employers as celtic went to work on Ferencvaros and completed a superb job. the Hoops boss was thrilled as his team rocketed back into contention for europa League qualification with a terrific win over the Hungarians. ■■Craig SWAN Despite a nightmare 3.30pm kick-off on a tuesday, over 50,000 punters packed into Parkhead. Postecoglou says that helped make the team a formidable force and, jokingly, said sorry on behalf of any workers who skipped off for the afternoon to roar on their heroes. Schools He said: “i apologise to all the employers who had little productivity as they were missing people and schools may have been empty, but they come here, create an energy and we have to match that with our football. “When we have that, and it’s happened in the past for sure, you become a formidable force. “it was well deserved. We controlled the game really well right from the start.” tALisMAN: Youri tielemans celebrates Leicester’s win over Manchester United on saturday; (below) Brendan rodgers Rodgers: Youri up there with Europe’s best Leicester manager Brendan rodgers has hailed midfield star Youri tielemans as one of europe’s finest as he goes in search of europa League glory. the €80m-rated Belgian international has been linked with summer moves to the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and real Madrid. rodgers shuts out all speculation as he urges tielemans to try and rescue their europa League hopes against spartak Moscow in russia today. the Foxes, bottom of Group c with just one point, are desperate not to get cut adrift after such a lukewarm start. spartak might have really muddied the waters with their shock 3-2 win in Napoli but it is at home where the russian side have been really vulnerable, having lost eight of their 11 europa League matches played in Moscow. Integral tielemans starred and scored in the 4-2 win over Manchester United on saturday and rodgers said: “Youri is an outstanding player — one of europe’s top midfield players. “He’s integral to our game and is a joy to work with. “He’s super-professional with a focus and mentality that is just great to see.” the Foxes boss knows anything less than victory is going to make automatic qualification nigh-on impossible. rodgers said: “spartak are a dynamic side and this will be a tough game. “to go to Napoli and win says everything. that showed they have a lot of quality. “We want to go as far as we can. this is a ■■Dave ARMITAGE big, big game for us. if we want to go further then this is a game which is going to be very important.” it is a point not lost on defender ricardo Pereira, who said: “After the return we have got from two games, we can’t afford to hang around anymore. “Normally 10 points is the rough target. We need to go out there to play our best, take three points from the game and see where that takes us.” Injury rodgers said Leicester will make a late call on defender Jonny evans, who has been struggling with a foot injury. the only definite absentee is Ayoze Perez, who was feeling unwell and stayed at home. rodgers will come up against former chelsea star Victor Moses, saying: “He’s a fantastic player. i had him on loan when i was at Liverpool. “He’s a great professional. i’ve followed his career and i’m delighted to see him out here. We will have to keep an eye on him.” sPArtAK MOscOW (3-4- 3): Maksimenko; Dzhikiya, Gigot, Kutepov; Moses, Zobnin, Umyarov, Lucas; Larsson, sobolev, Bakaev Leicester (3-4-1-2): schmeichel; Amartey, Vestergaard, soyuncu; Pereira, tielemans, soumare, castagne; Maddison; iheanacho, Daka. uefa europa league S MoSCoW v leICeSTer oTKrYTIe areNa, WeDNeSDaY 3:30pM

48 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 reece is still reeling over stolen medal GROUP H CHELSEA v MALMO CHELSEA (3-4-3): Mendy; Azpilicueta, Silva, Rudiger; James, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso; Mount, Lukaku, Ziyech. MALMO (4-5-1): Dahlin; Larsson, Olsson, Nielsen, Brorsson; Rakip, Christiansen, Birmancevic, Bonke, Berget; Colak. 8pm, Live on BT SPORT REF: Alejandro Hernandez (Spain) ■■Paul BROWN REECE JAMES has extra incentive to win a Champions League medal this season after having his winner’s gong nicked. The 21-year-old Chelsea star lifted the lid on his break-in hell yesterday. James was playing in a 1-0 win over Zenit St Petersburg last month when his €3m Surrey home was broken into. The gang of five masked men also made off with his Euro 2020 runnerup and Super Cup winner’s medals. The heartbroken England full-back, who branded the culprits “cowardly”, said: “There’s no lead from the police or anyone. It’s obviously tough to take, someone breaking in and taking such valuable items. “But there’s nothing I can really do. I’m going to just have to take it and move on. The medals would mean a lot to any player. To win a trophy is hard.” Bounce James expects to be in the team to face Malmo tonight as the holders look to bounce back from defeat by Juventus in the competition. He said: “Nothing changes. It happened. It may well happen again. No-one knows. “It doesn’t affect how I prepare for the game. I still have the same routine, the same mindset.” James wants to put the affair behind him as Thomas Tuchel’s (above) men return to Champions League action. Chelsea will have to improve if they want to defend their title as they have not been at their best recently. But James (below) insists their best is yet to come as players grow into the campaign. He said: “The last few games haven’t been of the highest level from us. But there’s still a long way to go this season. Form “Once we start winning and finding form and picking up momentum I believe our performances will get better.” Despite his young age James has already played more than 150 senior games in his budding career. And he admits he and some of his teammates are feeling the strain after going all the way last season and then playing in the Euros. James said: “It’s a very busy schedule. “But everyone wants to dedicate our lives to it to have the best career.” P W D L F A Pts Juventus 2 2 0 0 4 0 6 Chelsea 2 1 0 1 1 1 3 Zenit 2 0 0 1 4 1 3 Malmo 2 0 0 2 0 7 0 ■ SOCCER devils better snap out UP AND AT THEM! OLE GUNNAR SOL- SKJAER came out fighting ahead of the run of games that could determine whether he stays boss of Manchester United. Solskjaer is under pressure after Saturday’s abject 4-2 defeat at Leicester, which means United have won just one of their last five games in all competitions. Despite assurances from the United hierarchy that his job is safe, Solskjaer knows he must start winning. United host Atalanta tonight in the Champions League and arch rivals Liverpool on Sunday, part of a run that also sees them play champions Manchester City in a fortnight. “Every team will go through a patchy period and we’re in one SUMMIT UP: Marcus Rashford admitted the players had held clear-the-air talks, and (right) boss Solskjaer ■■David McDONNELL now,” said Solskjaer. “We know that and we hold our hands up that we need to improve. “Every team will go through that every year. We’ve come through it and come through it stronger. “I don’t think I can ask for better staff. They’re good Man United people and with one intention in mind and that’s to improve the team. Difficult “We go through difficult times together. “We’ve spoken as a group about what we need to do and hopefully the reaction will come.” United have progressed season-on-season under Solskjaer, ISEIR Ole calls on his stars to improving their Premier League when I was here for half a son, then third, then second, so sea- position, but there is a growing belief among fans he has taken you can see the progress, improvement and development. the team as far as he can. Already out of the League “We’ve signed players that Cup, United have also lost have raised expectations, other ground on their title rivals, teams have signed players and with Solskjaer aware a heavy improved as well, so we’re in the defeat at home to arch rivals same boat as all the top teams.” Liverpool would test the board’s resolve. Crisis But Solskjaer insists the progress made under him means mitted the United players held Striker Marcus Rashford ad- United remain on the right crisis talks after the defeat at track, despite their recent blip. Leicester. “We’ve progressed over the Rashford, who made his first years,” said Solskjaer. “Sixth show eclipse temporary

ISEIR of this slump quickly ole hits back at carra OLE GUNNAR Solskjaer as hit back at Jamie Carragher for saying he is not up to managing Manchester United. Former Liverpool defender Carragher, now a pundit, claimed the Norwegian is not in the same league as fellow Premier League coaches Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel. Destabilise But Solskjaer sees Carragher’s comments as an attempt to destabilise United ahead of Sunday’s meeting with Liverpool. Asked about the remarks, Solskjaer said: “I prefer not to watch them. “It doesn’t affect me, but you see some of the comments once in a while. “I didn’t know what they were ■■David McdONNell saying, but we’ve got Liverpool on Sunday as well, so Jamie is always looking at these little things. Carragher (below) and Gary Neville discussed Solskjaer’s future on Monday, and the former-Liverpool defender said: “There is a feeling that if Ole wins a trophy, he should stay in a job. “United are only going to win the FA Cup or Europa League — if he won one of them, United will still need to have a better manager Solskjaer responded: “I’ve got my values, I’ve got my way of managing and I believe in myself,” said Solskjaer. “As long as the club believes in me, I’m pretty sure Jamie Carragher’s opinion is not going to change that.” IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 49 gunners need laca’s fire ARSENAL need to follow ■■Paul BROWN ang’s desire to be the game as quick as possible to change this.” Alexandre Lacazette’s first line of defence has lead and get fired up He said: “I wanted to rubbed off. Christian Benteke, this season. bring a bit of energy to The Belgian said: “He meanwhile, says Palace That’s the view of Albert the team. We know when showed the way. Every are learning the hard Sambi Lokonga after the the fans in the stadium time we are on the pitch way that Patrick Vieira’s Frenchman (inset) rescued a point for the Gun- “Maybe because of the “We saw how much he a lack of killer instinct. are alive and with us. we need to fight like this. revolution is at risk from ners with a late equaliser way we were playing at pressed, how much he Goalscorer Benteke in Monday’s 2-2 draw that moment they were a gave for the team.” said: “There is no excuse with Crystal Palace. bit sleepy, so I wanted to But Lokonga, who because now is not Midfielder Lokonga, just bring some energy. made an error for one the first time where who came on at half-time, said: “We have to bring this mentality that Lacazette did. “He brought fire when he came on and that’s what we need to try to do.” Lacazette, in the final year of his contract, has yet to start a league game this season. Play “It’s never easy to be on the bench, you always want to play and bring something to the team. “I work every day in training for this kind of moment when I can help the team.” Lokonga says captain Pierre-Emerick Aubamey- of the Palace goals, admits Arsenal need to tighten up before they face Aston Villa on Friday. He said: “The goals are from two mistakes, one of them mine. “I want to play the next we are dropping points. “We have to learn from our mistakes. “We are learning in a hard way.” “We just have to be more ruthless.” COLD TRAFFORD: Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane training ahead of tonight’s Atalanta visit, and (above) United players dejected after Liverpool’s last visit to Old Trafford appearance of the season and scored, revealed the players had clear-the-air talks to try to get their campaign back on track. “It’s not only after defeats,” said Rashford. “It’s also after some games when we win, when we know we’ve not played well. “It’s as important, if not more important, to have those conversations, because you want to nip it in the bud as soon as possible. “Especially in the Premier League, you have to defend well, and I don’t talk about just the back four. “As a team you have to defend as one and, against Leicester, we were just too open. It’s as simple as that. “For us as players, we have to go back to basics, look at ourselves and see what we can do better.” “Everyone wants to win trophies but there are steps you have to take to get there. You don’t just win trophies overnight.” GROUP F MAN UNITED v ATALANTA Man UTd (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Fred, McTominay; Greenwood, Fernandes, Pogba; Ronaldo aTalanTa (3-4-3): Musso; Lovato, Demiral, Palomino; Zappacosta, De Roon, Freuler, Maehle; Malinovskyi, Ilicic; Zapata. 8pm, Live on BT SPORT REF: Szymon Marciniak (Poland) P W D L F A Pts Atalanta 2 1 1 0 2 0 4 Young Boys 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 Man Utd 2 1 0 1 3 1 3 Villarreal 2 0 1 1 4 7 1

50 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 ■ SOCCER Cole joins in as City Phil boots MANCHESTER City’s conveyor belt of talent just keeps rolling them out. Not only do they have the next Kevin De Bruyne in Phil Foden, they also have the next Foden in Cole Palmer. Foden dazzled on a night when the build-up had been about De Bruyne’s first club game in his homeland since 2012. Foden operated through the middle as a No 9 and crowned his fine all-round performance with a superb assist for Joao Cancelo’s opener. He settled the debate over whether City need another striker and Bruges could not lay a glove on him. Foden fizzed about all over the pitch, collecting ball from deep-lying positions to launch attack after attack. City have another star in the making in Palmer and he scored his first Champions League goal within two-and-a-half minutes of coming on to make it two in his last three appearances. The 19-year-old Palmer is a special talent and the attacking midfielder played the last few minutes of Saturday’s win over Burnley at the Etihad before popping over the road to score a WoW JoAo: Cancelo celebrates after scoring for City by david anderSon club brugge. safadfda 1 man city...... Cancelo 30 Mahrez (p) 43, 84 Walker 53 Palmer 67 5 hat-trick for the Under- 23s later on. There was so much to please Pep Guardiola and Riyad Mahrez scored twice to take his tally to seven goals in his last seven games in the competition. Full-backs Canelo and Kyle Walker also netted to show this is a City side bristling with goals. Routine This win was as routine as they come and City barely broke sweat to beat the Belgian champions in the Jay Breydel Stadium. They twice had the ball in the ball in the back of the Bruges’ net but Jack Grealish’s effort was ruled out because he shoved over Clinton Mata and Rodri’s was disallowed for offside. City’s pressure was unrelenting and Foden fired into the side netting and De Bruyne shot straight at former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet from a great position when he should have done better. The Bruges dam eventually burst on the salah continues his brilliant run starFaCts KlOPP atletico madrid SERVICE WITH A KyLE: Man City defender Kyle Walker celebrates his goal with Mahrez and Foden half-hour mark when Foden played a superb ball over their defence for Cancelo to control it beautifully on his chest before poking it home through Mignolet’s legs. The home fans dis- played an ugly side by loudly booing both sets of players when they took the knee before kick-off and bottles were thrown at Cancelo as he celebrated his goal. City added a second two minutes before halftime when Stanley Nsoki bundled over Mahrez in the box for a penalty. Mahrez slotted the spot-kick into the bottom corner, and City were home and hosed. They kept pressing and Mahrez had a shot saved by Mignolet from Foden’s pass. It was now just a question of how many City could be bothered scoring and they bagged a third on 53 minutes. De Bruyne, who had been quiet up until this moment, played an incisive ball down the right channel for Walker to slot home. Palmer produced a clinical finish to make it four from Raheem Sterling’s pass before Bruges skipper Hans Vanaken salvaged some pride for the home side in front of their passionate fans by pulling one back. City had the final word six minutes from time when Fernandinho fed Mahrez to score his second of the night. BRUGES (4-5-1): Mignolet 7; Mata 4, Nsoki 4, Hendry 5 Sobol 5; Sowah 4, Vanaken 6, Balanta 5, Rits 5, Lang 5; De Ketelaere 6. SUBS: Van Der Brempt (Sowah 56) 5, Vormer (Rits 56) 5, Mbamba-Muanda (Balanta 68) 5, Michele (Nsoki 79) 5, Dost (De Ketelaere 79) 5 MANCHESTER CITy (4-3-3) Ederson 6 Walker 7 Dias 7 Laporte Booked 7 Cancelo 7 Silva 7 Rodri 7 De Bruyne 7 Mahrez 8 Foden 8 Grealish 6. Subs: Ake (Laporte 57) 6, Gundogan (Silva 57) 6, Sterling (Foden 64) 7, Palmer (De Bruyne 64) 7, Fernandinho (Rodri 71) 7. MAN oF THE MATCH: Foden Jan Oblak 7 Felipe 6 Geoffrey kOndOGbia 6 Mario HerMOsO 4 kieran Trippier 6 Thomas leMar 8 kOke 8 rodrigo de paul 7 Yannick CarrasCO 6 Joao Felix 7 antoine GriezMann 6 substitutes Giminez for Kondogbia (46), Correa for Felix, Llorente for Hermoso, Lodi for De Paul, Suarez for Lemar (80) not used: Lecomte, Herrera. Cunha, Vrsaljko liverpool alisson beCker 8 Trent alexander-arnOld 6 Joel MaTip 6 Virgil Van diJk 7 andy rOberTsOn 6 naby keiTa 5 Jordan HendersOn 7 James Milner 6 Mohamed salaH 8 roberto FirMinO 7 sadio Mane 7 substitutes Fabinho for Keita (46), Jota for Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain for Milner (63), Gomez for Alexander-Arnold (85) Williams for Salah (90). not used: Adrian, Kelleher. Konate, Minamino, Tsimikas, Origi, Phillips aTleTiCO liVerpOOl 6 SHotS 9 5 8 2 1 1 on target foulS cornerS yellowS redS 6 9 5 2 0 starMaN MO salaH scoring phenomenon continues to deliver. Goal from play tad lucky but coolly taken penalty won it Star SHocKer MariO HerMOsO Waiting to be subbed off, but he made a clumsy, silly tackle on Jota to give away the penalty matcH rating: 8/10 ref: daniel Siebert 6 IT was manic, it was marvellous and, yet again, Mo Salah was the man to deliver for Liverpool. This was a sensational Champions League game won in dramatic fashion. It had everything. Brilliant goals, bad defending, a red card and, in true modern football fashion, some VAR drama. Jurgen Klopp’s men somehow left Madrid with a huge three points to put themselves in pole position in Group B, but they did it the hard way after blowing a two-goal lead and then surviving a late penalty shout for Atletico. Double Salah had scored the first, Naby Keita the second before a double from Antoine Griezmann got the hosts level. But when he saw red in the second half, the game swung again. Salah scored the winner from the spot and proved his value once more. The Egyptian ace became the PRoLIFIC: Mo Salah converts his penalty to give his side the lead for the second time by chris mcKenna atleticO......... ISEIR Griezmann 20, 34, s/o 52 2 liverPOOl..... Salah 8, (p) 76 Keita 13 3 first player to score for nine games in a row for the Reds. A remarkable record for a remarkable night that ended with Atletico being denied a penalty when German referee Daniel Siebert reviewed a foul by Diogo Jota on Jose Gimenez. Liverpool returned to the stadium where they last lifted the European Cup in 2019. And they started like a side out to show they could go all the way to win it for the seventh time. They were in front after just eight minutes, Salah skipping past three Madrid players as he cut inside before striking from the edge of the area and into the bottom corner.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 51 of form as LiverpooL overturn hosts in thriLLer HAS MOMENT Griezmann brace can’t stop Reds JOY: Liverpool’s Naby Keita celebrates with teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold FOOT ‘N MOUTH: Antoine Griezmann fouls Roberto Firmino before being shown a red card TWO GOOD: Lionel Messi Leo’s brace saves PSG messy loss ■Champions League round-up LIONEL MESSI’S double completed Paris Saint- Germain’s 3-2 comeback victory at home to RB Leipzig. The Germans looked on course for a shock win after Andre Silva and Nordi Mikiele cancelled out Kylian Mbappe’s opener. But Maurico Pochettino’s off-colour side hit back via Messi’s quickfire brace. Mbappe missed a lastgasp penalty as he blazed over from the spot but PSG stayed above Manchester City at the top of Group A. Exit AC Milan are heading for an exit at the group stage after losing 1-0 at Porto. The injury-hit visitors crashed to another defeat as Luis Diaz grabbed the 65th minute winner. The Italians have lost all three games since their return to the competition e to prop up Liverpool’s group. Vinicius Junior scored a sensational goal as Real Madrid had luck — then reams of star quality — on their side as they triumphed 5-0 at Shakhtar Donetsk. An own goal from Serhiy Kryvtsov put them ahead and Real hit a quick double after the break. Rodrygo then converted a fine fourth in the 64th minute before Karim Benzema made it five. It did take a big touch off James Milner but the Kop veteran was denied. Instead, it was put down as another record for Salah. Then came a stunning finish from Keita in the 13th minute. Superb Trent Alexander-Arnold’s ball into the area was poorly dealt with by Felipe and the midfielder cut across it with a superb volley. It looked like the sea of yellow Klopp couldn’t care less how Pool won it ■■From back page “I think the other one is not a penalty but I didn’t expect it. I think it’s the right decision.,” said the German. “The red card was for sure unlucky but it is a red card. A foot in the face. It can happen. “It was a tough game. players would continue to stream forward and cause Atletico problems all night. But the hosts were not going to roll over. The Spanish champions responded and then some thanks to a double from Griezmann. The first finish in the 20th minute was a clever touch after Koke drilled a low effort into the area from Thomas Lemar’s cross. There was a short delay as VAR checked if an offside Lemar touched “Honestly, how we win it, I couldn’t care less! On a night like this, getting three points is really nice. Tough “A tough game which we expected,” admitted the German. “We did surprisingly well at the beginning. “Did we expect it to be that the ball before it found the net but he didn’t. Keita may have scored a brilliant goal but he was easily beaten by Lemar in the build up to the first. Weak And again the Guinea midfielder was weak when Joao Felix beat him before sliding the ball to Griezmann for the equaliser. But then the game swung again after the break. Griezmann, the man defensive? Probably not. It was not so easy. We scored two wonderful goals then played good football. “It was 2-0 then obviously Atletico are not too bothered about having possession. “The first goal we gave away then the second, it was nice play but the gaps we had there ... that was not alright. who was so good for Atletico in the first half, was red carded for a high foot on Roberto Firmino. Liverpool were still struggling to break down the Atletico defence. That was until Mario Hermoso bundled over Jota in the area with 12 minutes “At half-time I think everyone in the stadium thought it was only going one way and we thought ‘let’s give it a proper try again. Solid “We played a really solid second half in a tough game with intense football from both teams.” to go and Salah fired home. But there was still time for more drama as VAR intervened to deny Atletico and former Red Luis Suarez a penalty to level it up again. Atletico boss Diego Simeone left the stadium and ran down the tunnel without the traditional postmatch handshake with Klopp. Klopp waved at him and looked perturbed. But Klopp played down any issue a f t e r t h e game, saying: “I wanted to shake his hand, he didn’t want to. His reaction was not too good but not mine also. “Next time I see him I’ll shake his hand.”

52 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Proposal B has backing ■■Pat NOLAN MOMENTUM swelled behind ‘proposal B’ last night, with a number of counties opting to back the motion at Saturday’s Special Congress. The ‘League as Championship’ format got the thumbs up from Cork, Tipperary, Kildare, Meath, Clare and Longford, joining a number of other counties like Westmeath and Offaly that have already indicated that they will also back it. Free Elsewhere, rather than mandating their delegates, Laois, Waterford and Kerry have afforded them a free vote on the matter. But with most, if not all, of the Ulster counties likely to vote against the proposal, which would see provincial TURN TO PAGE 42 Aviva gets sell-out boost for Portugal GrEEN arMy: The aviva Stadium will be packed with fans soon ■■Mark McCADDEN irElaNd’S World Cup qualifier against Portugal will be played in front of a 50,000 sell-out crowd. The Fai will put the remaining tickets for next month’s fixture on public sale from next Tuesday at 10am via Ticketmaster. it comes after confirmation yesterday from the Government that stadiums can return to full capacity for all outdoor sporting events from this Friday. Tomorrow night’s Women’s World Cup qualifier against Sweden at Tallaght Stadium kicks off just hours before the removal of restrictions on attendances. Capacity Therefore, the capacity has been capped at 4,000 — and tickets for the clash with the team ranked second in the world have already sold out. The increase will come in time for this weekend’s Fai Cup semifinals, which see St Patrick’s athletic host dundalk and Bohemians welcome Waterford. Connacht’s round 5 urC TURN TO PAGE 37 ISEIR Pep: Cole is going nowhere ■ Club Brugge 1 Man City 5 David ANDERSON PEP Guardiola hailed teen ace Cole Palmer (19) as Manchester City’s future and ruled out letting him go out on loan. Palmer (below) scored his first Champions league goal within three minutes of coming on in yesterday’s clash with Club Brugge. Joao Cancelo, riyad Mahrez (2) — one a penalty — and Kyle Walker were City’s other scorers. Boss Guardiola said: “Cole has a special quality, in front of the box he has a talent which is difficult to find. “He has the ball and most of the time it finishes in the net. Calm “i know how it works, be calm and patient, like we have done with Phil Foden. “His position is with the second team but he’s a player for the future of this club. He’s going to stay this season with us.” Guardiola revealed his former skipper, anderlecht boss Vincent Kompany, gave him the lowdown on Brugge. He added: “i have a little secret, i spoke with Vincent Kompany and he gave me some good tips. “He knows Brugge better than me.” sEE PAGE 50 atletico madrid 2 3 THE WaNda oF SalaH: liverpool’s Mohamad Salah converts his penalty, and (right) he celebrates at the Wanda Metropolitano penalty points Griez lightning but Mo’s just better liverpool ■■Chris McKENNA Mo SalaH made history as he scored twice to inspire liverpool to a dramatic victory and put the reds on their way to the Champions league knockout stages last night. Liverpool blew a two-goal lead after Antoine Griezmann’s double cancelled out Salah’s strike and a brilliant Naby Keita volley. But when Salah scored the opener, it was the first time a Liverpool player had scored in nine successive games. Winner Then, after Griezmann had seen red, the Egyptian scored a penalty winner. Liverpool had to survive a penalty scare of their own after German referee Daniel Siebert first handed Atletico a lifeline but then changed his mind after consulting the pitchside monitor on the advice of VAR. “I saw it and our penalty is a penalty,” said Jurgen Klopp after. TURN TO PAGE 51 ■Published by Independent Star Ltd, Talbot Street, Dublin 1. Phone 4901228. Printed by Independent News & Media (Citywest & Irish Times Print Facility, Citywest) © REACH PLC and INDEPENDENT STAR LTD.

ISEIR IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 1 Harvey is gunning for Morticia TRoUBle: Harvey and (right) leanne Joel Dommett hosts a new reality show where one eligible bachelor is looking for love — but his journey will keep everyone on their toes. Half of the women who are taking part are looking for love, while the others are actually in relationships and are just after the cash prize. Will he be able to spot a love match from a love trap? And what lengths will they go to, to win? At the end of each episode, our bachelor eliminates one contestant. But they won’t be leaving through the door, they’ll be leaving through the floor when they’re dumped, quite literally, though a trapdoor. Tonight, single man David arrives at the luxurious mansion looking for the one. pIcK OF thE DaY the love trap, Ch4, 10pM sOap watch DatING tOtaL FOUR pacKED paGEs wIth thE BEst ON thE BOX pLUs YOUR FULL tV LIstINGs INsIDE! Viewers may recognise David from series one of Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle. Fun Unfortunately, David didn’t find love on THTH, so he’s hoping to find the lady of his BACk on the cobbles tonight, the drama around the sinkhole is still ongoing but there’s also another big storyline in CORONATION STREET (VIRGIN MEDIA ONE, 7.30PM & 8.30PM). In the Bistro, Leanne, dressed as Morticia, finds herself coming face-to-face with Harvey who is back for revenge. Traps Harvey traps her and when she tries to escape he gags her and binds her hands together with gaffer tape. Intent on murder, Harvey gives chase as Leanne tries to escape but suddenly the ground opens up again. Who SINGLE TO MINGLE? Just who is telling a big lie! HoST: Joel Dommett dreams now, saying: “She has to be outgoing, and fun, and bubbly – I want a best friend as well as a partner. And someone who’s driven, that they want to achieve in their life, and they want to go places.” has fallen into the water below? If it’s Harvey and Corey is at risk in the other sink hole, it seems this storyline could be killing two nasty birds with one stone. Finally, Carla breaks the news to Jenny that Johnny is moving to Bali, with Jenny left stunned. As panic ensues Shona wIth RachEL BEREsFORD watches in horror as Jenny searches for Johnny only to be swallowed up by the ground herself. Words Ignoring Shona’s words of warning, Johnny edges himself into the sinkhole, determined to rescue Jenny. But with the street seemingly crumbling around everyone’s feet, who will make it out of this week’s episodes alive? I know who I hope bites the bullet! Date in diary A neW group of singletons — this time, featuring household names including Chelsea Farrell, who represented Ireland in Miss World — hand over control of their dating apps to their nearest and dearest in the hope they’ll help them find love in CELEBRITy PuLLING WITH My PARENTS (RTE TWO, 9.30PM). MOVIE DArk crime comedy, THE WASHINGTONS: BLACK kKLANSMAN (FILM4, 9PM), is based on an outrageous true story, starring John David Washington and Adam Driver. It’s the 70s, and ron Stallworth (Washington) has just become the Colorado Springs Police Department’s first African American detective. Straight away, he’s deployed in the records room, and takes all of five minutes to realise he hates it. So he decides to tell the Chief (robert John Burke) that he’s ready to go undercover. After an initial assignment surveying a Black student rally, ron gets the promotion he’s after. And that’s when he hatches his plan: to infiltrate the Colorado Springs chapter of the ku klux klan. He answers a kkk ad in the local paper and arranges a meet-up. The klan aren’t renowned for welcoming Black guys, though, so ron enlists the help of his White Jewish colleague, Philip ‘Flip’ Zimmerman (Driver). Flip goes undercover playing a fictionalised White version of ron and is quickly accepted into the racist fold. Soon enough, ron and Flip have uncovered plans of a potential kkk attack. hOME Tinie Tempah fronts a new series following homeowners as they release their inner architects, creating life-transforming builds in Extraordinary ExtEnsions (Ch4, 9pm). Don’t miss THe first half of the season of AMERICAN HORROR STORy: DOuBLE FEA- TuRE (STAR ON DISNEy+) follows a writer, his pregnant wife and their daughter as they move to an isolated beach town. FOR MORE tV GOss sEE

2 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 All programmes are Turn listed in British Summer back a Time page (BST). for Apart today’s from TOTAL in Portugal, programmes TV are one news hour later than listed film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat RTE One RTE2 Virgin One BBC One BBC Two 6.00am EuroNews 6.10 Teleshopping 7.45 Today Magazine show. (R) 9.45 The Ellen DeGeneres Show Talk show. (R); Weather 10.40 Shortland Street Drama. 11.10 Only Fools and Horses A decorating disaster befalls the Trotters. (R); Weather 11.50 Leaders’ Questions Live coverage of Question Time. 1.00pm RTE News; Weather 1.30 Home and Away Ryder and Chloe are caught working in the kitchen without permission. 2.00 Neighbours Tensions rise as Nicolette refuses to let go of how she has been parenting. 2.30 Fair City A familiar face returns to Carrigstown. (R) 3.00 EastEnders Dana persuades Harvey to apologise to Ash. (R) 3.30 Today Daily magazine show featuring entertainment and celebrity news. With Daithi O Se and Maura Derrane. 5.40 Nuacht News programme. 6.00 The Angelus (R) 6.01 RTE News; Weather 6.00am EuroNews 6.55 TRTE Children’s programmes. 12.05pm Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (R) 12.30 Ben 10 (R) 12.40 Ben 10: Rath (R) 12.55 Shaun the Sheep (R) 1.10 Millie Inbetween (R) 1.40 Jamie Johnson (R) 2.15 Hardball (R) 2.40 4 O’Clock Club (R) 3.15 Junior MasterChef (R) 3.45 Hetty Feather (R) 4.20 news2day 4.30 The Simpsons Moe’s bar is threatened with closure. (R) 5.00 Nova Jones Nova’s abilities to sing and dance are stolen. 5.30 Shortland Street Drama. (R) 6.00 Neighbours Tensions rise as Nicolette refuses to let go of how she has been parenting Isla. Paul is holding out hope that Jesse’s visit will help soften Terese’s rage. (R) 6.30 Home and Away Ryder and Chloe are caught red-handed working in the kitchen without permission. (R) 6.10am The Six O’Clock Show A lively mix of celebrity chat with national and international guests, and food from the country’s top Chefs. (R) 7.00 Ireland AM Magazine programme featuring health, safety and education reports. 10.00 This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, features, advice and competitions. 12.30pm News at 12:30 1.00 The Chase Quiz show. (R) 2.00 The Chase Quiz show, hosted by Bradley Walsh. (R) 3.00 Loose Women Topical debate from a female perspective. 4.00 Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs The comedian meets an agoraphobic dog that is too scared to go outside. (R) 4.30 Judge Judy Real-life small-claims cases. 5.30 News at 5.30 Headlines. 6.00 The Six O’Clock Show A lively mix of celebrity chat with national and international guests, fabulous food, expert advice and all the unmissable stories making the headlines. 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Live Consumer investigations. 10.00 Dom Delivers Dom Littlewood follows a supermarket delivery. 10.45 Claimed and Shamed 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer 12.15pm Bargain Hunt From York. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 BBC Newsline; Weather 1.45 Doctors Sid hopes to save a life by transporting rare blood. 2.15 Impossible Quiz, hosted by Rick Edwards. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country Nicki Chapman helps a couple find a Cornish home. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing Water tanks, an occasional chair and a display cabinet get the makeover treatment. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram continue their tour of Kent. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz, hosted by Alexander Armstrong. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30am Dom Delivers (R) 7.15 Money for Nothing (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The Hairy Bikers Go North (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Headlines. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 11.15 Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00pm Head Hunters Quiz. (R) 2.15 Heir Hunters The team searches for relatives of a deceased boat fanatic. (R) 3.00 Vintage Antiques Roadshow The experts visit Beverley Minster. (R) 3.45 Born to Be Wild A brood of housemartins is set free. (R) 4.15 Back to the Land with Kate Humble The host meets a rural cider entrepreneur. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Michelle Collins, Reginald D Hunter, Joanne McNally and Bill Turnbull. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two Janette Manrara chats to three of the remaining couples. 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.30pm, Donal’s Family Kitchen: Donal Skehan 7.00 Nationwide 7.30 Donal’s Family Kitchen Donal Skehan focuses on weekend feasting, making Korean-style sloppy Joe sliders, limoncello polenta cake, and mushroom and cauliflower ragu lasagne. 8.00 Fair City Pete and Dolores are horrified to learn of Lucy’s return, and Carol is forced to do Ritchie’s bidding. 8.30 Neven’s Spanish Food Trails: Mallorca and Menorca Neven Maguire goes lobster fishing. 9.00 RTE News; Weather 9.35 NEW Callan Kicks the Years Oliver Callan stars in a satirical comedy examining the cultural, political, entertainment and sports revolutions of the 100 years since Ireland gained independence. 10.10 NEW Derry Girls The gang attend an outdoor pursuits weekend. 10.40 The 2 Johnnies Take on E-Gaming The comedy duo explore competitive gaming and e-sports, meeting leading players. Last in the series. (R) 11.45 A Suitable Boy In the conclusion the adaptation of Vikram Seth’s novel, Maan’s disgrace has a disastrous effect on the Kapoors, while Lata makes a decision about her future. Tanya Maniktala stars. Last in the series. (R) 12.55am Back to Barrytown (R) 1.55 Dr Cassidy’s Casebook. Pathologist Marie Cassidy reflects on her career. (R) 2.55 The Tommy Tiernan Show (R) 4.00 Home Advantage (R) 4.40 No Place Like Home (R) 5.05 Ireland’s Garden Heroes (R) 5.30 The Zoo (R) 5.55-6.00am EuroNews 8pm, Cannabis: Miracle Medicine…: Javid Abdelmoneim 7.00 Snaithe The story of Irish fashion design, beginning by exploring whether Ireland has its own fashion identity. (R) 7.30 Bailte A visit to Taobh an Locha in the heart of Co Donegal, which is home to just one family, the Mac Monagails. (R) 8.00 Cannabis: Miracle Medicine or Dangerous Drug? Horizon investigates the very latest medical and scientific research into the effects of cannabis. Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim wants to find out whether it will help or harm patients. (R) 9.00 Semi-Detached Willie needs a new kidney, which means Stuart facing up to his fear of needles to have a blood test. Last in series. (R) 9.30 NEW Celebrity Pulling with My Parents Some of Ireland’s most well-known famous faces look for love with the help of their parents. 10.30 American Insurrection An investigation into violence in America, exposing the individuals and ideologies behind a wave of crimes that culminated in the attack on the US Capitol. (R) 11.35 The Investigation The team focuses on establishing the guilt of the accused, and it is Maibritt who finally pieces together enough clues to break the case. Soren Malling and Laura Christensen star. In Danish and Swedish. 12.30am No Offence. The team is left with no option but to go after the mayor, but Viv’s strategy is threatened when one of the Friday Street officers is kidnapped. Last in the series. (R) 1.25 Baby-Faced Mums. An unemployed couple prepare for the arrival of their first child. (R) 2.20-6.00am EuroNews 10pm, the tonight show: Claire Brock 7.00 Emmerdale Victoria is in danger, Meena is ready to kill should anyone get in her way, and someone is badly injured. 7.30 Coronation Street The Platts’ sinkhole threatens the safety of Debbie’s event and Abi and Corey are trapped. 8.00 News at 8 The latest national and international news stories. 8.30 Coronation Street Roy attempts to prevent Corey and Abi’s demise. Dev awaits news at the hospital. More sinkholes appear and claim unsuspecting victims. 9.00 Gogglebox Ireland Deirdre O’Kane provides the voiceover as recurring participants are caught on camera with their reactions sharing their candid and often hilarious take on familiar shows and classic films. 10.00 The Tonight Show Claire Brock offers her unique take on the big stories of the day with a panel of guests. There is also a panel discussion covering the key issues in the news that have the nation talking. 11.00 The Blackprint The musician explores what it means to be Black and British, meeting civil rights heroes and inspirational schoolchildren. Will’s journey spans the heartbreak of the past and hopes for the future. (R) 12.00m’t Underbelly: Razor. Norman Bruhn’s Razor Gang pushes the underworld to crisis point, threatening the crime empires of Kate, Tilly and Phil Jeffs. (R) 1.00-1.55am The Chopping Block. Austrailian reality show. 4.35 Eggheads. Gameshow. (R) 5.20- 6.10am The Tonight Show (R) 8pm, The Repair Shop: Kirsten Ramsay 7.00 The One Show Live chat and reports with Jermaine Jenas. 7.30 A Stitch Through Time It’s elimination week and the designers are challenged to come up with their own modern twist on the classic Ulster coat. 8.00 The Repair Shop Kirsten Ramsay is called upon to repair a huge crack in a large stone birdbath and bookbinder Christopher Shaw restores a tatty logbook that belonged to a sailor who survived the Titanic disaster. 9.00 NEW Shetland When a prominent and controversial Shetlander is shot dead on their doorstep in broad daylight, Perez rushes back from his mother’s funeral to lead the investigation. Drama, starring Douglas Henshall. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 BBC Newsline; Weather 10.35 Nolan Live Stephen Nolan probes the issues that matter to the people of Northern Ireland, focusing on the stories of the week and the people making the headlines. 11.35 Read All About It! With Tara Mills and Declan Harvey. 11.40 NEW Bump Australian drama about an A-grade pupil who gets the shock of her life when she suddenly goes into labour at school, as she didn’t even know she was pregnant. 12.10am Bump. Oly and her family and friends try to adjust to her new life, but not everyone is on the same page. 12.45 BBC New Comedy Awards. Darren Harriott hosts from Light House in Wolverhampton. 1.15 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. With Alexander Armstrong. 2.00-6.00am BBC News 8pm, Your Home Made Perfect: Angela Scanlon 7.00 Back in Time for School The pupils and teachers enter 1970s comprehensive school, which for the first time provides both boys and girls with a more inclusive, vocational and academic education. (R) 8.00 Your Home Made Perfect Architects Will Foster and Lizzie Fraher compete using virtual reality to win the opportunity to remodel a four-bedroom house near Stockport. Presented by Angela Scanlon. Last in series. 9.00 Four Hours at the Capitol Documentary charting the attack on Washington DC’s Capitol building in January, as a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the building in a violent protest, as they sought to overturn the result of the US 2020 Presidential Election. Featuring never-before-seen footage and interviews with those who witnessed the attack, from police officers to the rioters and protestors, the documentary offers unprecedented access to the tragic events that unfolded. 10.30 Newsnight The day’s important national and international news stories. With Emily Maitlis. 11.15 Spotlight Investigations into social and political issues affecting Northern Ireland. (R) 12.45am Sign Zone: A House Through Time. The final episode opens at the outbreak of the Second World War, and the house is home to the Wood family. Last in series. (R) 1.45 Sign Zone: Antiques Roadshow. From Dyffryn Gardens near Cardiff. (R) 2.45-6.30am This Is BBC Two

UTV 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine 10.00 This Morning 12.30pm Loose Women 1.30 ITV News 1.55 UTV Live 2.00 Bling 3.00 Winning Combination 3.59 UTV Weather 4.00 Tipping Point 5.00 The Chase. Quiz. 6.00 UTV Live Local reports. 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Victoria is in danger. 7.30 Coronation Street 8.00 NEW Beverley and Jordan: Destination Wedding Reality series. 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 Hollington Drive Last in series. 10.00 ITV News at Ten Headlines. 10.30 UTV Live Local reports. 10.45 Peston Political magazine show. 11.40 British Touring Car Championship Highlights Action from Donington Park. 12.55am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Cooking with the Stars 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul 6.00 QI XL With guest Daliso Chaponda. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Olivia Colman, Aston Merrygold, Jon Richardson and Michaela Strachan. 8.20 QI With Daniel Radcliffe and Lee Mack. 9.00 QI XL: Quizmas Sandi Toksvig hosts the seasonal Quizmas quiz. 10.00 Outsiders David challenges the comedians to design a camp gadget. 11.00 Question Team With Ivo Graham. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.25 QI 3.00 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Double bill. 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks The Devereaux’s confront Warren about Felix’s whereabouts. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia It is time for the commitment ceremony. 9.00 NEW Young Sheldon Double bill. 10.00 NEW Duncanville Double bill. The Harris family goes on holiday; Jack is forced to to confront his own father. 11.00 Naked Attraction Featuring a martial arts instructor from Hull. 12.05am Married at First Sight Australia 1.40 Gogglebox. More TV reviews. 2.35 First Dates 3.30 Young Sheldon 4.20-6.00am The Big Bang Theory Channel 4 6.05am Countdown 6.45 The Big Bang Theory 7.35 The King of Queens 9.00 Frasier 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 11.25 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown 3.00 A Place in the Sun 4.00 Chateau DIY 5.00 Four in a Bed 5.30 The Perfect Pitch 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks 7.00 Channel 4 News Headlines. 8.00 Location, Location, Location 9.00 NEW Extraordinary Extensions 10.00 NEW The Love Trap Dating challenge, hosted by Joel Dommett. 11.05 First Dates American beauty queen Camille is looking for love. 12.10am How We Forgot to Save the Planet 1.05 The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice 2.00 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell 2.45 FILM Sinister 2 (2015, 15) Horror, with Shannyn Sossamon. ★★ 4.25 Location, Location, Location 5.20 Beat the Chef 5.45-6.05am Kirstie’s House of Craft ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 You’ve Been Framed! Uncaged! 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Unchained! 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase 7.00 Superstore Double bill of comedy. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill of fun. 9.00 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 10.00 NEW Peckham’s Finest Observational documentary following people in the South London district. 10.45 Family Guy Double bill of fun. 11.45 American Dad! Animated antics. 12.10am American Dad! Animated antics. 12.40 Bob’s Burgers 1.35 Superstore 2.30 Hey Tracey! 3.20 Unwind With ITV 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Drama 6.00am Teleshopping 7.40 A Place to Call Home 8.35 The Bill 9.35 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 dinnerladies 6.00 Bread Billy discovers Julie has a lover. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Herr Flick arrests Leclerc. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine The final episode of the long-running comedy. 8.00 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Feature-length episode. The discovery of an Asian man’s body sparks another case for Lynley. Amid a tense backdrop, Havers puts her career on the line to save a child’s life. Detective drama, starring Nathaniel Parker and Sharon Small. 10.00 New Tricks Sandra takes measures to stop Jack exacting revenge on the hit-and-run driver who killed his wife. 11.20 Bad Girls Tristan Sturrock stars. 12.30am Waking the Dead 2.45 Life on Mars 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping More4 8.55am Kirstie’s House of Craft 9.15 A Place in the Sun 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed: five episodes. 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 Emergency Helicopter Medics. Documentary. 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB host a themed party for friends. 7.55 Grand Designs Steph and Alex Wilson build a farmhouse in Herefordshire. 9.00 Prue’s Great Garden Plot Prue Leith and husband John create a vegetable garden suitable for two. 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Sean Lock and Rob Beckett take on Alan Carr and Sarah Millican. 11.05 24 Hours in A&E An ice hockey player is rushed to St George’s. 12.10am Emergency Helicopter Medics: Motorbike Crash Emergencies. Medical documentary. 1.15 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 2.15 24 Hours in A&E 3.20-3.50am Food Unwrapped Channel 5 6.00am Milkshake! 9.15 Jeremy Vine 11.15 Shoplifters & Scammers: At War with the Law 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords 1.15 Home and Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 FILM Evil Stepmom (2021, PG) Thriller, starring Randy Thomas. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun 5.00 5 News at 5 5.30 Neighbours 6.00 Home and Away 6.30 Eggheads 7.00 The Gadget Show Ortis tests out a pair of Rayban’s latest smart shades. 8.00 This Week on the Farm 9.00 Iceland with Alexander Armstrong 10.00 The Town the Gypsies Took Over 11.30 Criminals: Caught on Camera 12.30am Criminals: Caught on Camera 12.55 Entertainment News 1.00 Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News 3.10 My Alcohol Addiction 4.00 Animals After Dark 4.45 Wildlife SOS 5.10 Divine Designs 5.35 Thomas & Friends 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol Virgin Two 5.30am The Chase Australia 6.30 The Chase Australia 7.30 Who’s Doing the Dishes? 8.30 Pressure Pad 9.30 Tipping Point 10.30 The Chase 11.30 Paddington Station 24/7 12.30pm Big Star’s Little Star 1.30 Ireland AM 2.30 Emmerdale 3.20 LIVE UEFA Europa League. Spartak Moscow v Leicester City (kick-off 3.30pm). 5.30 Ready for Take Off 6.00 The Chase 7.00 LIVE UEFA Champions League Manchester United v Atalanta. 10.30 Brian Kerr – A Life in Football The football manager discusses his life and career in an in-depth conversation with Tommy Martin. 11.30 Coronation Street 12.00m’t Coronation Street 12.30 Emmerdale 1.00 The Graham Norton Show. Talk show. 2.00 The Chase 3.00 Eggheads 3.25-3.50am The Royal Today It’s Back! RSVP SPecial • aUTUMN 2021 • €3.95 (£3.95) COUNTRY COUNTRY “I’m not as strong as NAThAN CARTER’S jOURNEY TO hAPPINESS INSIDE CATChINg UP wITh CLIONA, hUgO, PhILOMENA & MORE Magazine 3 Nathan Carter on life during the pandemic and his plans for a more positive year ahead 3 Fun with Cliona Hagan and soon to be hubby with our Mr & Mrs Quiz 3 Trudy Lalor’s guide to some of the best LIVE gigs over the coming months 3 PLUS a chance to WIN a weekend for two at Country Music’s Biggest Dance Festival ON SALE NOW! Virgin Three 6.40am The Hungry Sailors 7.40 The Chase Australia 9.40 Loose Women 10.40 Heartbeat 11.40 The Chase Australia 12.40pm Agatha Christie’s Poirot 2.50 Judge Rinder 3.50 The Royal 4.50 Heartbeat 5.50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot. Drama. 8.00 Heartbeat After Joe’s uniform goes missing Geoff admits his Panda car was stolen the day before, leading George to suspect an old adversary of deliberately stirring up trouble. 9.00 Intruder Sam Hickey’s idyllic life with his wife is shattered when he kills a teenager who has broken into their home. Elaine Cassidy stars. 10.00 Chasing Shadows Part one of two. Sean investigates the disappearance of a lawyer. 11.00 Lightfields Vivien discovers a message on her typewriter. 12.00m’t This Morning 2.00-3.00am The Chase Australia. Quiz show. 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4 IRISH DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 Sport Sky Sports Main Event 6.00am Sky Sports News 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7.30 Early Kick-Off 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 10.00 The Football Show 11.00 LIVE ICC Men’s T20 World Cup England v New Zealand. Coverage of the warm-up match. 2.30pm LIVE ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Sri Lanka v Ireland. Coverage of the Group A match. 7.00 Gillette Soccer Special 7.30 LIVE EFL Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion (kick-off 7.45pm). From Liberty Stadium. 10.15 Blood, Sweat & Tears. 10.45 My Icon 11.00 NFL Fantasy 12.00m’t Sky Sports News 12.30 LIVE MLS Inter Miami CF v Toronto FC (kick-off 12.30am). From Inter Miami CF Stadium. 2.40 MLS. Didier Drogba’s goals. 2.45 EFL Greatest Games 3.00 Sky Sports News 5.00-6.00am LIVE PGA Tour Golf The Zozo Championship in Inzai, Japan Sky Sports Cricket 6.00am How the 2014 ICC World T20 Was Won 8.00 How the 2016 ICC World T20 Was Won 10.00 Best of ICC WT20. Archive action. 10.50 LIVE ICC Men’s T20 World Cup England v New Zealand. Coverage of the warm-up match. 2.30pm LIVE ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Sri Lanka v Ireland. Coverage of the Group A match. 7.00 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 3.30am Best of ICC WT20 4.30 Talking Cricket 5.00 IPL 5.30-6.00am Best of The 2017 IPL Sky Sports Football 6.00am EFL Greatest Games 6.45 SPFL Greatest Games 7.00 Greatest Players 7.30 Countdowns 8.00 Football Years 8.30 EFL Greatest Games 9.00 SPFL Greatest Games 9.30 Greatest Players 10.00 Countdowns 10.30 Football Years 11.00 EFL Playoff Final C’Ship 12.00noon EFL Greatest Games 12.45 SPFL Greatest Games 1.00 Greatest Players 1.30 Countdowns 2.00 Football Years 2.30 EFL Play-off Final: C’ship 18/19 3.30 EFL Greatest Games 4.15 SPFL Greatest Games 4.30 Greatest Players 5.00 Countdowns 5.30 EFL Highlights 6.30 EFL Goals 7.00 EFL Highlights 7.30 LIVE EFL Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion (kick-off 7.45pm). From Liberty Stadium. 10.15 EFL Highlights 10.30 EFL Goals 11.00 EFL Greatest Games 12.00m’t EFL Highlights 12.30 LIVE MLS Inter Miami CF v Toronto FC. 2.40 MLS 2.45 EFL Greatest Games 3.00 EFL Play Off Finals C’Ship 14/15 4.00 EFL Play Off Finals League 1 14/15 5.00- 6.00am EFL Play Off Finals League 2 14/15 eir Sport 1 HD 6.00am Football Gold 7.00 Stories 7.30 Always Iniesta 8.00 1992 – Va Ser Mitic 9.00 Football Gold 7.00pm Classic GAA 8.20 Gaelic Games Gold 10.20 The Big Match: West Ham 12.25am Mascherano: From the Heart 1.00-6.00am Football Gold BT Sport 1 6.00am The Outdoor Sports Show 6.30 BT Sport Goals Reload 7.00 WWE Monday Night Raw 9.30 ESPN FC 10.00 Premier League Review 11.00 Ligue 1 Highlights. Recent action. 12.00noon Premier League Reload 12.15 BT Sport Goals Reload 12.30 ESPN FC 1.00 LIVE UEFA Youth League Manchester United U19 v Atalanta U19 (kick-off 1.00pm). 3.00 WWE SmackDown Highlights 4.00 WWE Raw Highlights 5.00 Serie A – Full Impact 5.30 LIVE UEFA Champions League Barcelona v Dynamo Kiev (kick-off 5.45pm). 7.45 UCL Goals Show. All the latest goals. 10.15 WWE NXT 12.00m’t The Rugby’s On 1.00 LIVE MLB LA Dodgers v Atlanta Braves. 4.30 BT Sport Reload 5.00 Serie A – Full Impact 5.30-6.00am BT Sport Goals Reload BT Sport 2 6.00am FIM Speedway of Nations 8.00 UEFA Champions League 9.30 UEFA Champions League Tonight 10.30 UEFA Champions League 12.30pm UEFA Europa League 1.00 UEFA Champions League 2.00 UEFA Champions League Tonight 3.00 LIVE UEFA Europa League Spartak Moscow v Leicester City (kick-off 3.30pm). 5.45 BT Sport Reload 6.00 The Rugby’s On 7.00 LIVE UEFA Champions League Manchester United v Atalanta (kick-off 8.00pm). 10.30 UEFA Champions League Tonight 11.30 Premier League World. With Reece James. 12.00m’t BT Sport Reload. The best action. 12.30 LIVE College Football Appalachian State Mountaineers v Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. 4.00 FIM Sidecar World Championship Highlights 5.00-6.00am The Rugby’s On Eurosport 1 6.00am Alpine Skiing 7.00 Cycling 8.00 Alpine Skiing 10.00 Cycling 11.00 Hall of Fame – Torino 2006 12.00noon Alpine Skiing 1.00 World Superbikes Extra 2.00 Welsh Open Final 3.55 Mountain Bike: Roc d’Azur 4.25 Cycling 5.30 LIVE Cycling: Track World Championships Coverage of day one from Roubaix. 9.00 Bennetts British Superbikes Extra 10.00 Hall of Fame – Vancouver 2010 11.00 Cycling 12.00m’t Alpine Skiing 2.00 Cycling 3.00 Hall of Fame – Torino 2006 4.00-6.00am Snooker: English Open Final BBC Four 7.00pm Great British Railway Journeys 7.30 The Joy of Painting 8.00 India: Nature’s Wonderland 9.00 Enslaved with Samuel L Jackson 10.00 Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature. Documentary. 10.50 Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation 11.50 Great British Railway Journeys 12.20am India: Nature’s Wonderland 1.20 Enslaved with Samuel L Jackson 2.20-3.10am Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature 5USA 9.00am Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 12.00noon Law & Order 2.55 Entertainment News on 5 3.00 Law & Order. Crime drama. 6.00 NCIS 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50am Ransom 3.35-4.00am Criminals: Caught on Camera ITV3 6.00am Classic Coronation Street 7.00 Classic Emmerdale 8.05 Man About the House 9.05 George and Mildred 9.40 Agatha Christie’s Marple 11.40 Heartbeat 1.45pm Classic Emmerdale 2.50 Classic Coronation Street 3.50 A Touch of Frost 6.00 Heartbeat 8.00 Endeavour 10.00 Scott & Bailey 11.05 Agatha Christie’s Marple 1.00am Scott & Bailey 2.00-2.30am Man About the House ITV4 6.00am The Protectors 6.25 The Saint 7.20 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 8.15 Dempsey and Makepeace 9.20 The Professionals 10.25 Minder 11.35 The Saint 12.40pm Extreme Salvage Squad 1.35 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 2.45 Dempsey and Makepeace 3.50 The Professionals 4.55 Minder 6.00 Extreme Salvage Squad 6.55 The Chase Celebrity Special 8.00 River Monsters 9.00 FILM First Blood (1982/15) ★★★ 11.05-1.55am FILM Carlito’s Way (1993/18) ★★★★★ Really 6.00am Fantasy Homes by the Sea 7.00 Cruise TV with LoveitBookit 8.00 Homes Under the Hammer 10.00 Antiques Road Trip 12.00noon Money for Nothing 1.00 A Place in the Sun 2.00 Animal Cops Phoenix 3.00 Pit Bulls & Parolees 4.00 A Place in the Sun 5.00 Money for Nothing 7.00 Antiques Road Trip 9.00 Dr. Pimple Popper: Pop Ups 10.00 Dr Mercy 11.00 Ghost Adventures 1.00am Kindred Spirits 2.00 Teleshopping 4.00-6.00am Antiques Road Trip Pick 7.00am Highway Patrol 8.00 Motorway Patrol 9.00 Police Force: Australia 10.00 Police Ten 7 11.00 Nothing to Declare 12.00noon Border Patrol 1.00 Road Wars 2.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 3.00 Nothing to Declare 4.00 Stargate Atlantis 5.00 The Librarians 6.00 Star Trek: Enterprise 7.00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 8.00 S.W.A.T. 10.00 Fringe 11.00 Killer in My Village 12.00m’t Britain’s Most Evil Killers 1.00 The Force: North East 2.00 Police Force: Australia 3.00 Highway Patrol 4.00 Motorway Patrol 5.00-6.00am Nothing to Declare Sky Arts 6.00am Giselle 8.00 Andre Rieu: World Tour 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 RTE Radio 1 FM 88-90MHz 7.00am Morning Ireland 9.00 The Ryan Tubridy Show 10.00 Today with Claire Byrne 12.00noon The Ronan Collins Show 1.00 News at One 1.45 Liveline 3.00 The Ray D’Arcy Show 4.30 Drivetime 7.00 Arena 8.00 The John Creedon Show 10.00 The Late Debate 11.00 Late Date 2.00am Playback Daily 3.00 RTE Gold on RTE Radio 1 5.30-7.00am Rising Time RTE 2FM 90-92MHz 6.00am Breakfast with Doireann, Donncha and Carl 9.00 Jennifer Zamparelli 12.00noon Tracy Clifford 3.00 Jenny Greene 6.00 Game On 7.00 Tara Kumar on 2FM 10.00 The Alternative with Dan Hegarty 12.00m’t-6.00am Overnight RTE lyric fm 96-99MHz 7.00am Marty in the Morning 10.00 Niall Carroll’s Classical Daytime 1.00pm The Full Score with Liz Nolan 4.00 Lorcan Murray’s Classic Drive 7.00 Mystery Train with John Kelly 9.00 The Blue of the Night with Bernard Clarke 12.00m’t-7.00am Lyric Through the Night RTE Raidio na Gaeltachta 92-95MHz 7.00am Nead Na Fuiseoige 8.00 Adhmhaidin 9.00 Priomhscealta na Nuachta 9.15 Iris Aniar 10.15 Cuideachta Ceoil 10.55 Tuairisc Spoirt 11.00 Barrscealta 12.00noon Priomhscealta na Nuachta 12.08 An Saol o Dheas 1.00 Nuacht a hAon 2.00 Tuairisc Spoirt 2.05 Gabh i leith, Cogar 3.00 Binneas Beil 5.00 Tus Aite 5.55 Tuairisc Entertainment & Factual Discovering: James Cagney 11.00 Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 12.00noon Manet from the Royal Academy of Arts, London 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering 3.00 Treasures of the British Library 4.00 Patti Smith 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering 7.00 David Hockney: Time Regained 8.00 Portrait Artist of the Year 2021 9.00 Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road 10.00 The Seventies 11.00 Landmark 12.00m’t Peter Blake: Pop Art Life 1.00 Eric Idle: Off Camera 2.15 The Making of Marc Bolan 3.10 Master of Photography 4.05 Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020 5.00- 6.00am Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 GOLD 7.30am Ever Decreasing Circles 8.40 Are You Being Served? 9.20 Open All Hours 10.00 Last of the Summer Wine 11.20 Keeping Up Appearances 12.00noon Dad’s Army 12.40 Ever Decreasing Circles 1.20 Are You Being Served? 2.00 Open All Hours 2.40 Gavin & Stacey 4.00 Keeping Up Appearances 4.40 Last of the Summer Wine 6.00 Open All Hours 6.40 Are You Being Served? 7.20 Dad’s Army 8.00 Gavin & Stacey 9.20 Not Going Out 10.00 Men Behaving Badly 10.40 The Young Ones 11.30 Bottom 12.10am Gavin & Stacey 12.50 Not Going Out 1.30 Men Behaving Badly 2.05 The Young Ones 2.55 Bottom 3.25-4.00am Ever Decreasing Circles Yesterday 6.00am Impossible Engineering 8.00 Forbidden History 9.00 Bangers and Cash 10.00 Restoration Workshop 11.00 Railway Journeys with Chris Tarrant 12.00noon Great British Railway Journeys 2.00 Abandoned Engineering 4.00 Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution 5.00 Nazi Hunters 6.00 Great British Railway Journeys 7.00 Bangers and Cash 10.00 Train Truckers 11.00 Secrets of the Transport Museum 1.00-2.00am Impossible Engineering Alibi 7.10am Murdoch Mysteries 9.00 Rizzoli & Isles 10.00 Unforgettable 11.00 Hudson & Rex 12.00noon Miss Scarlet and the Duke 1.00 The Coroner 2.00 Murdoch Mysteries 4.00 The Good Wife 5.00 Rizzoli & Isles 6.00 Unforgettable 7.00 Hudson & Rex 8.00 The Coroner 9.00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries 10.20 Evil 11.20 The Good Wife 12.20am Unforgettable 1.20 Miss Scarlet and the Duke 2.20-4.00am I Am the Night Radio Live UEFA Champions League BT Sport 2, 7pm Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo (left) will be looking to add to his record tally of Champions League goals tonight when they host Atalanta. Spoirt 6.00 Nuacht a Se 6.30 Fograi an Lae 7.00 Ceol Binn o na Beanna 9.00 Ri-Ra ar RnaG 10.00 An Taobh Tuathail 12.00m’t-7.00am Scoth na Ceadaoine Cork’s 96FM 95.8-96.8MHz 6.00am KC and Ross in the Morning 9.00 The Opinion Line 12.00noon Afternoon Show 4.00 Drivetime Show 8.00 Total Access 12.00m’t The Best Music Mix Non Stop 3.00-6.00am The Opinion Line Today FM 100-102MHz 7.00am Ian Dempsey’s Breakfast Show 9.00 Dermot and Dave 12.00noon Mairead Ronan 2.00 Fergal D’Arcy 4.30 The Last Word 7.00 Pamela Joyce 10.00 Ed Smith 12.00m’t Overnight Music 5.00-7.00am Early Breakfast Newstalk FM 100-108MHz 6.00am Breakfast Briefing with Shane Beatty 6.30 Breakfast Business with Vincent Wall 7.00 Newstalk Breakfast with Shane Coleman and Ciara Kelly 9.00 The Pat Kenny Show 12.00noon Lunchtime Live with Andrea Gilligan 2.00 Moncrieff with Sean Moncrieff 4.00 The Hard Shoulder with Kieran Cuddihy 7.00 Off the Ball 10.00 The Tom Dunne Show 12.00m’t-6.00am Best of Newstalk Cork’s Red FM 104.2-106.1MHz 6.00am Ray and Jay 9.00 Neil Prendeville 12.00noon Philip Bourke 4.00 Dave Mac’s Drive 7.00 Red Hits with Izzy 10.00 Kilian Pettit 1.00am Sky Max 6.00am Grimm 8.00 Delicious 9.00 Supergirl 10.00 The Flash 11.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00pm Hawaii Five-0 2.00 MacGyver 3.00 SEAL Team 4.00 Supergirl 5.00 The Flash 6.00 Grimm 8.00 A League of Their Own: European Road Trip 9.00 Rob & Romesh vs Golf 10.00 Brassic 11.00 A League of Their Own 12.00m’t The Russell Howard Hour 1.00 Hawaii Five-0 2.00 A League of Their Own 3.00 Hawaii Five-0 4.00 MacGyver 5.00-6.00am Highway Cops Sky Atlantic 6.00am Urban Secrets 6.50 Blue Bloods 8.30 Deadwood 10.40 Boardwalk Empire 12.50pm Oz 3.55 Blue Bloods 5.45 True Blood 7.55 Game of Thrones 9.00 Scenes from a Marriage 10.10 The Affair 11.20 City on a Hill 12.25am Dexter 2.35 True Blood 3.35 Californication 4.10-6.00am Fish Town Sky Witness 6.00am Nothing to Declare 8.00 Border Patrol 9.00 Stop, Search, Seize 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 11.00 Law & Order 12.00noon The Rookie 1.00 Blue Bloods 3.00 Stop, Search, Seize 4.00 Paramedics 5.00 Nothing to Declare 8.00 9-1-1 9.00 New Amsterdam 10.00 Blue Bloods 11.00 The Rookie 12.00m’t Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.00 FBI 2.00 FBI: Most Wanted 3.00 Grey’s Anatomy 4.00 Road Wars 5.00-6.00am Brit Cops: Law & Disorder Sky Comedy 8.00am The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 9.00 Everybody Hates Chris 10.00 The Mindy Project 11.00 Our Cartoon President 12.20pm Silicon Valley 1.40 Veep 3.00 Modern Family 4.00 Will & Grace 5.00 30 Rock 5.30 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 6.30 Silicon Valley 7.50 Veep 9.00 Work in Progress 10.00 In the Long Run 11.00 The Late Late Show with James Corden 11.55 Jim Jefferies: I Swear to God 1.00am Wellington Paranormal 2.00 Trollied 2.30 The Mindy Project 3.30 30 Rock 4.00-5.00am Everybody Hates Chris Discovery 6.00am Wheeler Dealers 7.00 Deadliest Catch 8.00 Building Off the Grid 9.00 The Alaska Triangle 10.00 Diesel Brothers 11.00 Wheeler Dealers 12.00noon Junkyard Empire 1.00 Gold Rush: Winter’s Fortune 3.00 Flying Wild Alaska 4.00 Alaska: Homestead Rescue 6.00 Fast N’ Loud 7.00 Outback Truckers 8.00 Kindig Customs 9.00 The Dino Hunters 10.00 NEW Mighty Truckers 11.00 Gold Rush 12.00m’t The Dino Hunters 1.00 Mighty Truckers 2.00 Deadliest Catch 3.00 The Dino Hunters 4.00 Wheeler Dealers 4.50 Gold Divers 5.40-6.00am How It’s Made National Geographic 8.00am Air Crash Investigation 10.00 Car S.O.S 12.00noon Europe from Above 1.00 Rise of the Roman Empire: Drain the Ocean 2.00 Drain the Oceans 3.00 Air Crash Investigation 5.00 Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted 6.00 Car S.O.S 8.00 Lost Treasures of Egypt 9.00 Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted 11.00 Nazi Megastructures 12.00m’t Hitler’s Last Stand 1.00 WW2: Hell Under the Sea 2.00 Seconds from Disaster 3.00-5.00am Air Crash Investigation The Neil Prendeville Show Rewind 4.00-6.00am Non-stop Hits FM104 104MHz 6.00am The Strawberry Alarm Clock 10.00 10-3 Show 3.00pm The Jam 7.00 Total Access 9.00 The Phone Show 1.00-6.00am The Night Time Network BBC Radio 4 FM 92.4-94.6MHz, LW 198kHz 6.00am Today 8.31 (LW) Yesterday in Parliament 9.00 Life Changing 9.30 In My Head 9.45 (LW) Daily Service 9.45 (FM) Book of the Week: Manifesto 10.00 Woman’s Hour 11.00 White Mischief 11.30 What’s Funny About 12.00noon News 12.01 (LW) Shipping Forecast 12.04 Harlem Shuffle 12.18 You and Yours 1.00 The World at One 1.45 39 Ways to Save the Planet 2.00 The Archers 2.15 Drama: Blood, Sex and Money by Emile Zola: Season 3 – Money 3.00 Money Box Live 3.30 Inside Health 4.00 Thinking Allowed 4.30 The Media Show 5.00 PM 5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast 5.57 Weather 6.00 News 6.30 The Cold Swedish Winter 7.00 The Archers 7.15 Front Row 8.00 Life Changing 8.30 Descendants 9.00 Costing the Earth 9.30 The Media Show 10.00 The World Tonight 10.45 Book at Bedtime: Harlem Shuffle 11.00 Lasties 11.15 Tarot 11.30 Today in Parliament 12.00m’t News 12.30 Book of the Week 12.48 Shipping 1.00 As BBC World Service 5.20 Shipping Forecast 5.30 News 5.43 Prayer for the Day 5.45 Farming Today 5.58-6.00am Tweet of the Day Movies Film4 11.00am Appointment with Danger (1950/PG) Noir thriller, starring Alan Ladd. ★★★★ 12.50pm Distant Drums (1951/U) Western, starring Gary Cooper and Mari Aldon. ★★ 2.55 This Happy Breed (1944/U) Drama, starring Robert Newton. ★★★★★ 5.05 Run Silent, Run Deep (1958/U) Second World War drama, with Clark Gable. ★★★★ 6.55 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014/12) Fantasy adventure, starring Megan Fox. ★★ 9.00 BlacKkKlansman (2018/15) Drama, starring John David Washington. ★★★ 11.40 Terminator Genisys (2015/12) Sci-fi adventure sequel, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Emilia Clarke. ★★ 2.05-4.00am Army of Darkness – Director’s Cut (1992/15) Comedy fantasy adventure sequel, starring Bruce Campbell. ★★★ Sky Cinema Premiere 6.55am Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure (2019/U) Animated family comedy, with the voice of Andrew Toth. ★★ 8.35 The Little Things (2021/15) See 8.00pm for details. ★★★ 10.45 Cliffs of Freedom (2019/15) See 10.10pm for details. ★★★ 1.10pm Breaking News in Yuba County (2021/15) See 6.20pm for details. ★★★ 2.50 Cordelia (2019/15) Horror, starring Antonia Campbell-Hughes. ★★★★ 4.30 Little Fish (2020/15) Romantic sci-fi drama, starring Olivia Cooke. ★★★★ 6.20 Breaking News in Yuba County (2021/15) Drama, with Allison Janney. ★★★ 8.00 The Little Things (2021/15) Crime drama, starring Denzel Washington. ★★★ 10.10 Cliffs of Freedom (2019/15) Premiere. During the Greek rebellion against the Ottoman Empire, a Greek woman falls for a Turkish officer who is having second thoughts about the conflict. Starring Tania Raymonde. ★★★ 12.35am A Second Chance (2019/15) Drama, starring Joe Manganiello. ★★★ 2.30 American Traitor (2021/15) Drama, starring Meadow Williams. ★★★ 4.50-6.10am Little Fish (2020/15) See 4.30pm for details. ★★★★ Sky Cinema Drama 4.30pm The Short History of the Long Road (2019/12) Adventure, starring Sabrina Carpenter and Maggie Siff. ★★★★ 6.20 Once Upon a River (2019/15) Drama, starring Kenadi DelaCerna. ★★★ 8.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013/12) Biopic, with Idris Elba. ★★★ 10.30 The Green Mile (1999/18) Fantasy, starring Tom Hanks. ★★★★ 1.35am Critical Thinking (2020) Drama, starring John Leguizamo. ★★★★ 3.35-6.35am A Hidden Life (2019/12) Adventure, With August Diehl. ★★★ Sky Cinema Family 5.15pm Playing with Fire (2019/PG) Comedy, starring John Cena. ★★★ 6.55 Tom & Jerry (2021/PG) Part-animated comedy, starring Chloe Grace Moretz. ★★★ 8.40 Dolittle (2020/PG) Fantasy adventure, starring Robert Downey Jr. ★★★ 10.25 The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013/12) Fantasy adventure, starring Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell Bower. ★★ 12.35am Look Who’s Talking Too (1990/PG) Comedy sequel, with John Travolta. ★★ 2.05 School of Rock (2003/PG) Comedy, starring Jack Black. ★★★★ 4.05-6.05am Four Kids and It (2020/PG) Family fantasy, with Matthew Goode. ★★★ TCM 5.25pm The Walking Hills (1949/PG) Western, starring Randolph Scott. ★★★ 7.05 The Charge at Feather River (1953/U) Western, starring Guy Madison. ★★★ 9.00 On Deadly Ground (1994/15) A tough firefighter clashes with the president of an oil company who is planning to drill in Alaska. Ecological thriller, directed by and starring Steven Seagal, with Michael Caine. ★★★ 11.10 Street Kings (2008/15) Crime drama, starring Keanu Reeves. ★★ 1.25-3.20am Point Blank (1967/18) Crime thriller, starring Lee Marvin. ★★★★ GREAT! movies 4.40pm The Anderson Tapes (1971/15) Thriller, starring Sean Connery. ★★★ 6.30 The Legend of Zorro (2005/PG) Swashbuckling adventure sequel, starring Antonio Banderas and Rufus Sewell. ★★ 9.00 Basic (2003/15) Two government agents set out to investigate how a routine military training exercise in Panama went horrifically wrong. Thriller, starring John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson. ★★ 10.55 The Butterfly Effect (2004/15) Supernatural thriller, starring Ashton Kutcher, Amy Smart and Eric Stoltz. ★★★ 1.15am A Most Violent Year (2014/15) Thriller, starring Oscar Isaac. ★★★★ 3.55-6.00am The Heist (2009/12) Crime comedy, starring Christopher Walken. ★★★★