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3 dailyrecord.co.uk facebook.com/TheScottishDailyRecord Friday, september 17, 2021 twitter.com/Daily_Record rangers 0 lyon 2 Outshone by French polish scotland’s champion AYR GOLD CUP FESTIVAL DAY 2 ★All the form ★All the tips plus Don’t miss our sweepstake kit for Saturday’s big race inside We’ll Tweet ourselves on. She’s drawn high (sta l 15) and I’ l te l you after the race if that is good or bad! “We’ l play the cards we’re dealt and see how it goes.” The Karl Burke-trained Danda la looked a superstar in the making after winning the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket last summer but is winless in eight starts. However, connections were encouraged by her fifth place in last month’s Beverley Bu let from a wide draw and hopes are high ahead of her latest The Punter real betis 4 celtic 3 Celts cede two-goal lead SEND IN THE TROOPS SUPPORT AT LAST FOR OUR PARAMEDICS »» Sturgeon forced to call in Army in bid to tackle ambulance crisis turN to puNter 2 02 Tips 04 Ayr 06 Newbury Results 07 Kempton Newton Abbot 08 Dundalk & Downpatrick to victory by GArry oWeN TWEET TWEET bids to continue her progression in today’s Arran Scottish Sprint EBF Fi lies’ Stakes. Placed on each of her three starts as a juvenile last season, Declan Carro l’s charge has won three times from four outings this term and arrives on a hat-trick fo lowing summer victories at Haydock and York. Carroll feels the time is right to test the water at Listed level. He said: “She’s in great form and it looks like she’s ready for a step up. “This is her next step up and we’ l see how she gets plAyiNG tHe CArds Carro l 1 DaY TiLL THE big ONE words in here see puNter Scotland’s best racing guide by a distance Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 Enjoy super sweepstake kit for Gold Cup inside today Hot Rod motors on HeAvy liFtiNG Pilot Rodriguez with Kilkerran Cup after triumph CHICHESTER cruised to victory for Keith Dalgleish in the in hot company. The four-year- Kilkerran Cup on day one of old, with Ca lum Rodriguez in the Ayr’s Western Meeting. The Carluke hope was a 6/1 the race was all but over once he chance to deny a strong English powered into the lead two out. raiding party in the 1m 2f feature The gelding then just had to after a string of exce lent e forts by GArry oWeN saddle, trave led smoothly and Ayr Gold Cup FestivAl FED TO THE LYONS turN to puNter 2 Ger’s Geocentric to roar in Rosebery by GArry oWeN GEOCENTRIC (2.10) can soar for Irish handler Ger Lyons in the Harry Rosebery Stakes at Ayr. The daughter of Kodiac looked smart when second to the talented Hadman on debut at Naas in July. The fi ly quickly confirmed that impression when bolting up from turN to puNter 2 90p Ayr We Go Chichester applies the afterburners to secure day one success by ViVienne aitKen & chris mccall NICOLA Sturgeon has called in the military in a desperate bid to get a grip of the ambulance crisis. The First Minister took the drastic step to try to ease the pressure on the struggling emergency service. It came as she apologised “unreservedly” for the long waits endured by patients. Full story pages 6&7 »» FM apologises to patients and pledges cash to resolve issues all the europa action see bacK page AmbULAnCE action FM to turn to Army for help £2 99p Clubcard Price Discover the power to lower prices on page 2. Tesco green seedless grapes punnet 500g: Clubcard price £2/kg, regular price £4/kg, ends 27/09. Serving suggestion. Available in the majority of larger stores. Clubcard/app required. Delivery charges may apply.

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Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 3 Yes Dad, I won a £1bn brand slam TEnnIS sensation Emma Raducanu gets a hug from her dad as she arrives back in Britain after becoming the first qualifier ever to win a Grand Slam title. The teenager left home seven weeks ago a relative unknown but after winning the US Open she has returned so famous she is planning to register her name as a trademark. On the lawn outside their home in Bromley, South London, where she practised against the garage during lockdown, Emma, 18, said she was delighted to be reunited with her City trader mum and dad, Renee and Ian. She said: “It’s a great feeling to be back. It’s nice to see my parents again. I haven’t thought about what’s next. I’m just enjoying it and relaxing.” PRoUD Mum Renee Ian said: “I am so happy. I am very proud of her.” Just weeks after getting an A* in maths and an A in economics at A level, his daughter is predicted to become the UK’s first £1billion athlete. Trademark experts have applied in the UK to safeguard “Emma Raducanu”, “Emma” and “Raducanu”, which she could use on her own cosmetics, perfumes, clothing and footwear lines. Her victory on Saturday, achieved without dropping a set in the tournament, won her £1.8million prize money. Emma flew back first class with BA, arriving at Heathrow at 6.30am. She got a police escort home where security guards helped unload her bags and kit. Emma travelled without her US Open trophy, revealing: “It’s getting shipped.” faMe, seT aND MaTch Ian gives daughter a hug and, inset, with trophy You’ve aced it Emma back home with proud Ian £1.8m Emma’s prize money from her triumph at the US Open on Saturday ToUgh BReaK Elton to have op By BeV lyoNs SIr Elton John has had to postpone his Scottish tour dates after suffering a hip injury in a fall. The music legend was forced to delay his Farewell Yellow Brick Road European and UK tour dates after telling fans he is finding it difficult to move around. Sir Elton, 74, was set to come to Aberdeen on December 9 and 10 and Elt’s Crocodile Crocked Hip injury forces tour delay Glasgow on December 13 and 14. The “At the end of my summer break I fell new Scottish dates are now set for awkwardly on a hard surface and have Aberdeen on June 13 and 15 and been in considerable pain and discomfort in my hip ever since. Glasgow on June 17 and 18, 2023. The pop legend said it is with “great “Despite intensive physio and sadness and a heavy heart” that he has specialist treatment, the pain has been forced to postpone. He added: continued to get worse and is leading to increasing difficulties moving. I have been advised to have an operation as soon as possible to get me back to full fitness and make sure there are no long-term complications.” Sir Elton said he will still perform a five-track set at the charitable Global Citizen event on September 25, before going under the knife and resuming his tour in New Orleans in January.

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PHONE 0141 309 3251 EMAIL reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk TEXT DRNEWS followed by your comments to 63333 SP4 7WF SP5 4BE SS7 2PQ TQ12 5RH YO32 2PJ Children’s cancer care gets £6m boost by KATRINE BUSSEY A NEW five-year children’s expanded to teenagers and Over 80 per cent of cancer strategy which aims young adults. children diagnosed before to deliver “world-class Collaborative and Other changes will see the age of 15 can expect to care” for young patients Compassionate Cancer funding provided to allow be alive more than five has been launched. Care promises work the creation of a dedicated years after the diagnosis – The blueprint, the first towards funding genetic health workforce to care and for those between 15 specifically for children and testing and allowing for teens and young adults, and 24 that rises to more young people, contains 10 medics to provide targeted as well as a single centre of than 90 per cent. priorities for action and is treatment. excellence for radiotherapy. But the strategy notes backed by almost £6million. In addition, chimeric Every year approximately that with around 41 deaths Health Secretary Humza antigen receptor T-cell 180 children up to the age each year “cancer remains Yousaf has said it should (CR-T) therapy, which alters of 16, as well as 200 teens the leading cause of diseaserelated improve outcomes for immune cells to help them and young adults up to 25, death in children and hopes Humza Yousaf children and young people. destroy cancer cells, will be are diagnosed with cancer. young people in Scotland”. 177k WORKING Scots will be hit by UC cut exclusive by paul hutcheon Political Editor NEARLY 180,000 working people in Scotland will be hit by the Tories’ slashing Universal Credit by £20 a week. More than 100,000 singleparent households and 11,000 families with disabled children will also see their income slashed. The Tory Government’s uplift in UC, worth over £1000 a year, was a lifeline over the pandemic. However, Boris Johnson is refusing to make the rise permanent and hard-pressed Scots will lose the cash from next month. SNP MSP Neil Gray blasted: “This Tory government’s choice to inflict the biggest overnight cut to social security since World War 2 – hammering people both in and out of work – is a crime against decency. “The sheer scale of misery they will inflict is horrific.” Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey was savaged recently for saying claimants could make up the loss with longer hours. Johnson was also accused of insensitivity after saying he wanted people’s wages to rise “through their efforts”. The Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICE) has provided a breakdown of the households receiving the benefit. As of May, the number of people in work who were on UC was 176,935, while the figure for single parents was 104,536. The number of households on UC where the claim included an additional element for a disabled child stood at 11,887 and 33,143 for carers. The figure was 2737 for households with a “limited capability for work” and 63,406 for a “limited capability for work-related activity”. SPICE figures also showed there were 412,916 universal credit households in May. These included 63,339 in Johnson’s snatch of £1k-a-year uplift will hit vulnerable the hardest 104,536 Number of people in work who were single parents 11,887 412,916 Number of families with disabled child Glasgow, 32,022 in Edinburgh, 25,493 in South Lanarkshire and 29,496 in North Lanarkshire. Other research shows that withdrawing the uplift will move around 50,000 people, including 10,000 children, into poverty. Gray added: “It will have a devastating impact on working families, single-parent families, carer families and many others to find or stay in a job, stripping many of the ability to put food on the table or keep warm as we head into winter.” Labour MSP Pam Duncan- Glancy said: “The removal of the £20 uplift is a cruel decision, and it will leave single parents, carers WE NEED EXTRA TIME PAGES 10&11 Number of Universal Credit households across Scotland and disabled people without the money they desperately need. “The Tory government should reverse this unforgivable decision, and the Scottish Government must do more than just sit on its hands or point fingers. It has powers to mitigate this damaging move, and it must use them.” Nina Ballantyne from Citizens Advice Scotland said: “The decision to cut Universal Credit will hit hundreds of thousands of people across Scotland – including people in work.” Meanwhile, the Tory Government has admitted it has not assessed the impact of the cut. The SNP asked the Department of Work and Pensions if any impact assessment had been carried out on the £20 removal. They responded: “The Department has not completed an Impact Assessment of the removal of the UC temporary uplift as it was introduced as a temporary measure.” A UK Government spokesperson said: “The uplift to Universal Credit was always temporary. It was designed to help claimants through the economic shock and financial disruption of the toughest stages of the pandemic, and it has done so.”

Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 appeal Gary Stevens Ex-Ger in donor plea for his son by david meikle FORMER Rangers star Gary Stevens has issued an urgent plea for a stem cell donor to come forward for his four-year-old son who is battling cancer. Stevens, 58, now stays in Australia after emigrating with wife Louise and sons Joshua, Oliver and Jack. Last year, the family discovered that Jack had a rare blood cancer. He had been responding well to treatment but has suffered a relapse and will need more chemotherapy. Stevens said: “He was doing so well and the search is back on for a suitable stem cell donor. They used his brother, Oliver, the first time around but we’ve been told that can’t be an option this time.” Stevens pleaded for people to sign up to become a blood donor. MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK EXCLUSIVE care worker THUMPed his DOG Chihuahua killer’s 20-year pet ban Page 5 Suffering Post-mortem examination concluded dog would’ve been in severe pain GUNNED DOWNMcGregor Man in court charged with gun murder by record reporter A MAN yesterday appeared in court charged over a fatal shooting. Malcolm McNee has been charged over the killing of John McGregor, 44, in Glasgow’s Milton area on August 26. Prosecutors claim he got out of a vehicle driven by an unknown male in Westray Street with a shotgun or similar item. He is said to have aimed it at unknown persons causing them to flee. McNee allegedly re-entered the car before getting out and presenting the shotgun at McGregor and discharging it and striking him on the body. McNee, of Stirling, made no plea to the murder charge at a private hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court yesterday and was remanded in custody. CALLOUS Aird slapped his tiny dog Archie so hard its skill was fractured A CARE home worker who hit his Chihuahua so hard it died from brain injuries has been banned from keeping a pet for 20 years. David Aird was also fined £420 after admitting hitting tiny Archie and causing a fatal haemorrhage. A post-mortem examination found he died from “blunt force trauma” and could have suffered severe pain. The Chihuahua is the smallest of toy dog breeds and usually weighs up to only three kilograms. Aird, 29, appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to causing a protected a n i m a l unnecessary suffering. The court heard Aird struck the dog with his fined Aird admitted cruelty Archie suffered a fractured skull, severe brain injury and died after thug whacked him by alan mcewEn hand causing a “severe and extensive haemorrhage in the cranial vault” resulting in significant brain compression. The incident happened at his home in Tranent, East Lothian, on February 3. The court was told Aird did take Archie, a Chihuahua-Jack Russell cross, to a vet for treatment but he died. Fiscal depute Deborah King said a post-mortem examination was later conducted and it found Archie had suffered “blunt force trauma to the top of the skull” from what appeared to be a single blow. King said the examination concluded the injury could have been been caused by something similar to a stick or hammer, or a punch or kick. The prosecutor said the “force to fracture the skull might have rendered the dog unconscious” and that might have been immediate, but this wasn’t certain. She said Archie may have been in pain until falling unconsciousness. Aird, who represented himself, said he was a care home worker. Sheriff Peter McCormack banned him from owning or keeping a pet for 20 years and fined him £420. Scottish SPCA chief inspector Sarah Gregory said: “We are very pleased that David Aird has been given a 20-year ban and fine. “Aird was remorseful and did contact us and a vet for assistance after the incident but this does not diminish the amount of unnecessary suffering Archie was caused. “Aird’s actions were unacceptable and he is ultimately responsible for Archie’s death due to the extent of his injuries.”

90p arrive. aiTKen MORE AT DAilyREcORD.cO.UK PAgE 6 DAily REcORD Friday, September 17, 2021 first minister calls for help gUnnED DOwn Gary More Man in court over murder of gym boss by DAviD MEiKlE A MAN has appeared in court charged with the murder of a gym boss on his own doorstep. Gary More, 32, was shot outside his home in Airdrie. Emergency services raced to the scene in September 2018 but he could not be saved. Barry Harvey, 33, has now appeared in private at Airdrie Sheriff Court charged with murder. He also faces a charge of assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement following an alleged attack on a 63-year-old man on Carlton Place, Glasgow, in July 2018. Harvey, of Edinburgh, made no plea and was remanded in custody. He is due to make another appearance in court within the next eight days. ‘DisgRAcE’ Graffiti on bus Rangers fans blast Lyon coach vandals by DAviD wAlKER RANGERS fans have hit out at thugs who vandalised Lyon’s team coach. The bus, which was meant to bring their Europa League opponents to Ibrox last night, was tagged in offensive graffiti. Rangers ultras are understood to be behind the vandalism. Photos emerged online appearing to show the French team’s bus covered in red, white and blue paint. RFC had also been scrawled on the side with the message “f *** Lyon”. The vehicle was targeted outside the hotel overnight. Rangers supporters branded the behaviour an “utter disgrace”. One fan wrote: “These Rangers ‘fans’ continue to hurt our club, not help it.” Police Scotland said: “Inquiries are continuing.” Army join the cOnTRiTE Sturgeon apologises for the long delays. Pic: Andy Buchanan/AFP/ Getty Images by viviEnnE AiTKEn & chRis MccAll THE Armed Forces are being called in to help tackle Scotland’s worsening ambulance service crisis. Nicola Sturgeon made the shock announcement yesterday as she apologised “unreservedly” to patients for the long delays and pledged extra cash to resolve the issue. The SNP leader acted after the Daily Record highlighted patients waiting hours for paramedics to reach them – then forced into further logjams as ambulances wait outside hard-pressed A&E departments. Sturgeon faced tough questions at Holyrood from opposition politicians who said problems of low morale and understaffing among ambulance crews were being reported before the pandemic began last year. MSPs raised two examples of how Scots are suffering as a result of the growing ambulances waiting times. The Record reported yesterday how Lilian Briggs, 86, was forced to wait eight hours for an ambulance after falling and suffering a double hip fracture. The First Minister was also asked about the case of Gerard Brown, 65, of Glasgow, who died after a 40-hour wait for an ambulance. His relatives were told the delay had cost the former engineer his life. Labour leader Anas Sarwar asked the First Minister: “How many more Lilian Briggs need to happen in the next week before you take urgent action? How many Gerard Browns need to happen?” An apologetic Sturgeon told MSPs: “Our ambulance service is working under acute pressure right now, largely due to Covid.” She went on: “I apologise unreservedly to anyone who has suffered or who is suffering unacceptably long waits.” As well as approving additional funding to support recruitment she said other actions were “under active consideration”. Sturgeon went on: “I can confirm this includes consideration of seeking targeted military assistance to help deal with short-term pressure points. “Such assistance is already being provided to ambulance services in England. “Of course, we have had military assistance for other aspects of the pandemic in the last 18 months.” Pressed by Sarwar on when the dailyrecord.co.uk facebook.com/TheSco tishDailyRecord Thursday, sepTember 16, 2021 scoTland’s champion twi ter.com/Daily_Record an Gran, 86, trapped for EXCLUSIVE ayr Gold cup FesTVal DAY ONE 8-PAGE PUNTER ambulance 8 hours waiting for ambulance Lilian left in agony on kitchen floor after hip fracture fall 16-paGe picTure pullouT leAG gran Lilian an ambulance to Last night, 86-yearold Lilian’s son Robert demanded urgent action to sort out Scotland’s 999 crisis. He s aid: “ It i s inhumane to leave someone lying like that. You wouldn’t do i to a dog.” see paGes 6&7 paGes 52-60 Start voting now and help pick shameFul Lilian, left, face down on floor Scotland’s cutest kid There are 5 tokens worth 100 votes inside Our story of 86-year-old Lilian’s military would be deployed, Sturgeon replied: “We are actively considering the detail of a request for targeted military assistance. It is important we make that request in detail so we know exactly what it is we are requesting from the military, and that is being prepared right now.” Scottish Labour’s leader pointed to serious problems that existed within the ambulance service long before the pandemic. Sarwar said: “She doesn’t cREws ThAnK REcORD PARAMEDICS have thanked the Daily Record for highlighting Scotland’s ambulance crisis. We have been campaigning on the growing problem with paramedics’ trade union Unite – who welcomed the First Minister’s moves yesterday. Unite ambulance service convener Jamie McNamee said: “I think the Daily Record requires a great deal of thanks by viviEnnE AiTKEn AgOny Lilian lies on her floor. Our story, below. Right, military practise helping 999 service in Cardiff last winter from ourselves for bringing this into the public domain and giving it such a high profile. “If it hadn’t been for you being brave enough to highlight this, we would have just battled on and on and people would have died. “We would also thank the people who spoke up in the first

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 7 in tackling the ambulance crisis 999 front line ambulance eight-hour wait forces Sturgeon into action understand the scale of the crisis in Scotland’s health service. “To hear she is considering maybe acting at some point to intervene just isn’t good enough. This isn’t about the pandemic. There were problems before it. “This is an avoidable human tragedy on a heart-breaking scale. “Pandemic or no pandemic, there’s a simple truth – no one should be left to die on the floor while waiting 40 hours for an ambulance. Our NHS staff, paramedics, and call handlers are being failed too.” He added: “Things are so bad that the British Red Cross has been drafted in to deliver humanitarian aid at Glasgow’s flagship hospital.” Tory leader Douglas Ross backed calling in the Army and called for a major incident to be declared. He said: “Systemic failures are leaving ambulance crews to turn up and pronounce people dead, instead of having a chance of saving a life. For foR Revealing TRUTh place to get it into the public domain.” McNamee welcomed that the military were being brought in to “give us a bit of respite”. But he said: “I am hugely frustrated it has taken so long for the Government to recognise the delays and the impact they have on people’s suffering.” We told last month how a man of 94 died in the driveway of his home after waiting four-and-ahalf hours for an ambulance. We also revealed that stroke victim Helena Walker, 67, waited eight hours for an ambulance before spending eight more on a trolley in a hospital corridor. In the last week we told how the Red Cross had been drafted in to provide aid to waiting paramedics and patients. Paramedics also told us of two weeks in a row, Nicola Sturgeon has been in denial that our NHS is in crisis.” The Ministry of Defence confirmed it had spoken to SNP ministers. A spokesperson said: “The MoD has received a request from the Scottish Government under the Military Aid to Civilian Authority process. “We are working hard to identify where we can most effectively assist other government departments and civil authorities.” their frustrations and a week ago the Unite union called on the Scottish Ambulance Service to declare a major incident as the average waiting time rose to six hours. Unite also called for pop-up wards in marquees to be set up to allow paramedics to return to 999 pick-ups. Pressured GPs ‘may soon quit’ DOCTORS could be at risk of quitting if pressures on them are not addressed, the British Medical Association has warned. Dr Andrew Buist, chair of the BMA’s GP committee said GPs were under “immense pressure”, which risked “catastrophic” staff resignations. He said there was already a lack of GPs in Scotland and blasted suggestions for a timetable or target to increase face-toface consultation. Dr Buist added: “GPs have been working flat out throughout the pandemic and – contrary to some messaging – have continued to see patients face-to-face where it is clinically appropriate following an initial telephone consultation. “Believe me, every GP appreciates the frustration the general public feel and we are doing all we can to see as many patients as possible in the manner in which is most clinically appropriate. “But there needs to be honest and real messaging from all politicians about the capacity, time and the challenges and pressures that all doctors are facing right now.” cRiTical The man arrives at hospital in the van Soup staff took man to A&E in a van By claiRe galloway VOLUNTEERS had to rush a critically ill man to hospital themselves after being told of a long wait for an ambulance. The Project Scotland workers were afraid the homeless man was dying from an overdose when they called 999 at 9.30pm on Wednesday near their soup stall on Glasgow’s Argyle Street. But after being told no ambulance was available for three-and-a-half hours the volunteers rushed the man to hospital in the back of their outreach van. When the ambulance service finally called back to say paramedics were on the way, it was 5.15am the next morning – more than seven hours later. Charity chairman Colin McInnes revealed the man was given two naloxone pens but when they failed to work, and his pulse was very weak, they called 999 to be told of the long wait. He said: “We have 30 minutes from giving that man naloxone to getting him medical help, so we decided we’d lift him into the van and rush him to the Royal Infirmary. “The paramedics checked the guy there and he was unresponsive and a nurse brought a bed out from resus before they took him away into A&E. “If we hadn’t got that man to hospital, I believe he would have died.” The Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We are really sorry for the delay. We are currently facing significant, sustained pressure and extremely high demand.” The Scottish Government blamed “the global pandemic and its multiple knock-on effects” for the “extreme pressure” the ambulance service is under.

Page 8 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 RecoRd View Crisis could not be ignored any longer FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called in the Army to help tackle the ambulance crisis – a week after the Daily Record highlighted the need for such a move. She also apologised “unreservedly” to patients who have had to suffer extraordinarily long waits to get the urgent assistance they need. Yesterday, we told how 86-year-old Lilian Briggs waited eight hours for an ambulance on a hard floor after suffering a double fracture to her hip. And the family of Gerard Brown, 65, told how medics have told them his 40-hour wait for an ambulance cost him his life. Sturgeon was forced to call in the military as ambulances backed up outside hospitals, preventing paramedics from providing emergency treatment to those who need it most. The First Minister has said the pandemic is partly to blame for the crisis. But unions – whose members are on the frontline – point out that Covid-19 has only exposed the underlying problems already there. Trade union Unite told last week how they feared lives would be lost if the situation wasn’t tackled immediately. They called for major incident status to be activated as waiting times rose to an average of six hours. They said this would enable the Army to be brought in to help out. It took several more days of the Daily Record highlighting cases of lengthy patient waits, ambulances lined up at hospitals and even the Red Cross being drafted into one hospital before the Government finally acted. But it shouldn’t have taken the bravery of patients and families in telling their stories for the government to stop ignoring the crisis. aRMy JoiNS FRoNTliNe – PageS 6&7 Lifeline required INcReASINg Universal credit by £20 a week was a rare good move by the Tory government. The extra cash boosted family incomes and provided added security during the pandemic. It was also long overdue as the Tories had always under-funded their flagship welfare policy. But true to form, they are living up to their reputation as the nasty party by refusing to make the uplift permanent. The lifeline increase will be withdrawn from next month – a cruel and callous act. New figures show that nearly 180,000 working Scots will be affected, as will over 100,000 single parents. Over 400,000 households north of the Border benefit from UC and this cut will be devastating for family budgets. The Tories are taking money from the poor and giving it to the rich – as they always have done. This damaging act of economic vandalism must be reversed. Uc cUT HiTS 177K WoRKeRS – Page 4 CITY PREPARES FOR glObAl EvEnT laW aND DiSoRDeR cops deal with ‘rioters’, top, and a protester Cops training for climate protests ScoTS cops have been gearing up for the coP26 summit by engaging in public order training. Ahead of the climate conference in Glasgow in November, police have been preparing by repelling potential rioters during the exercise at craigiehall Army barracks in South Queensferry, outside Edinburgh. Footage shows officers in riot gear with batons and shields, while by RecoRD RePoRTeR police dogs were also used during the exercise. Thousands – including global leaders and climate activists – will gather in Glasgow on November 1 for the crucial summit. More than 10,000 officers are expected to patrol the city. Ignore No10, summit is for all the nations PRiDe Sharma is keen for all UK involvement The president of the cop26 climate change summit has insisted it will be an “all of UK” event despite suggestions No10 is trying to sideline the Scottish First Minister. Alok Sharma insisted he wanted the event, which will bring world leaders to Glasgow for key talks on how to limit global warming, to be something the whole of the UK could be proud of. His comments come in the wake of reports that advisers at No10 and the Cabinet Cop26 president wants united UK front by KaTRiNe bUSSey Office have been seeking to sideline Nicola Sturgeon’s role, amid fears she may seek to use the event as an “advert” for Scottish independence. But Sharma told MSPs on Holyrood’s Net Zero Committee: “I want to see this as an all of UK Cop, something that we can all collectively be very proud of. We will be welcoming the world to Glasgow and this is an opportunity to showcase what the United Kingdom has to offer.” Speaking about the involvement of ministers from the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish governments at Cop26, he said “there has always been the precedence that as part of the UK ScoTS RaiNFoReST SoS - PageS 16&17 PaW PaTRol Police dogs are put through their paces SHielDeD officers in riot training delegation we also have representation from ministers in the devolved administrations”. He stressed the summit, which was meant to take place in 2020 but was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, was the planet’s “last best chance of getting this right” on tackling climate change. Sharma insisted: “This is a decisive decade. We need to get this right at Cop.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 PacKing bagS Estensen Emmerdale favourite leaves soap by ToM hoRTon ELIZABETH Estensen is retiring from her role as Diane Sugden on Emmerdale after 22 years on the soap. She has filmed her final scenes for the ITV show but will remain on screen for a number of weeks. Diane is the matriarch of the Sugden family. She has been married and widowed, had cancer treatment, been landlady of the Woolpack for 17 years, been scammed by conman lover Charlie and stabbed by Chas Dingle. Estensen, 72, said: “I have loved playing Diane Sugden – she’s kind, reliable and fiercely loyal. “However, I now feel the time has come to say goodbye. “Emmerdale will always remain special to me. I’ll miss everyone dearly.” on STage Rockers Mogwai Mogwai in running for album title by RicK fUlTon BIFFY Clyro, The Snuts and Mogwai all feature in the 20-strong longlist for the 10th Scottish Album of the Year title. All three bands had No1 albums and are eligible for the £20,000 prize. The Snuts became the first Scots band in 14 years to have a debut album go to No1 with W.L. The band said: “We are delighted to be in the running. It’s an album that’ll always be close to our hearts and the hearts of our fans.” The 20 albums were chosen from 327 releases, and all were released during the Covid pandemic. The longlist will be whittled to a shortlist of 10 with one voted for by fans. The winner will be announced at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on October 23. MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK marvel fan father’s good deeds mission dadpool dadpool dadpool fan of The PeoPle Deadpool gets fist bump from boy above, meets local, middle, and signs an autograph, top He’s all for cheering people up after the struggles of pandemic HE IS known as the motormouthed superhero who turns the air blue with a crude quip as he bashes baddies. But it seems that Deadpool is on a mission to clean up his act by doing good deeds. A mystery fan of the Marvel favourite has been dressed as the crimebuster while helping those in need in Lanarkshire. First he paid garden visits to sick children. Then he carried out Halloween deliveries at the height of the cornoavirus pandemic. Now the dad, who like most respectable heroes wants to keep his real identity secret, has vowed to carry on coming to the rescue. He said: “It’s been such a hard time for everyone in this pandemic. “I just want to make people smile and I can do that by visiting local youngsters who love Marvel and comics as much as I do.” The comic SMileS Locals love seeing the superhero in streets by KaThleen SPeiRS DeaDcool Posing with a young fan in Hamilton fan bought a Deadpool costume two years ago and had “toyed with the idea” of appearing at kids parties and charity events for free. But the first lockdown in 2020 persuaded him to go for it. Deadpool began roaming the streets and soon caught the attention of locals. As restrictions eased in summer, he was asked to appear at the birthday party of a relative’s son, which opened the floodgates. “Through word of mouth I got more and more requests,” he said. “Kids just love the costume, and a lot of the adults love it too, as Marvel is for all ages. I work 70 hours a week, with shifts up to 14 hours. But it’s worth it, I love making people happy.” Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds played the character in movies including the X-Men series and Deadpool in 2016 and Deadpool 2 in 2019. Page 9 PICTURES: VICToRIa STEwaRT he’S My heRo A young fan gives the Lanarkshire Deadpool the thumbs up

MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 10 Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 One third of schools had positive case BY cRaig PaTon NEARLY a third of all Scots schools reported at least one positive case of Covid-19 among pupils in the first two weeks of term. A freedom of information request submitted to Public Health Scotland (PHS) shows that 1455 schools in Scotland recorded a positive case between August 16 and August 27, the first two weeks of term. According to Scottish Government figures in December, there are 5063 schools registered in the country. PHS data also shows nearly 15 per cent of cases during the same time period could be linked to an educational setting, although higher education had not yet returned during the time the data covers. A total of 8,113 positive cases during the first two weeks of term reported having been in an educational setting. Most don’t see office return SEVEN in ten Brits do not feel a return to full-time office working is on the cards post-pandemic, a survey shows. The majority of those questioned by YouGov said they would favour to either work from home full-time, or have a hybrid arrangement. But the poll, commissioned by the BBC, also found concern from leaders that creativity and collaboration could suffer if employees stayed at home. In June, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he expected to see a “gradual return to work over the summer”, but the Westminster Government did not rule out a return to mandatory home working in its Covid-19 Autumn and Winter Plan. Long Covid in kids over by 12 weeks BY MaRK waghoRn LONG Covid in children rarely lasts more than 12 weeks, research has shown. The most common symptoms are headache, fatigue, sleep disturbance, concentration difficulties and abdominal pain. It was “reassuring” that the issue may be less of a concern than in adults, say paediatricians. Lead author Professor Nigel Curtis, of the University of Melbourne, said: “The low risk posed by acute disease means one of the key benefits of vaccination of children and adolescents might be to protect them from long Covid.” Children with Covid-19 usually have mild symptoms or none at all. But the risk and features of Long Covid were poorly understood. All 12 to 15 year olds in the UK are to be offered a jab. we need League boss Doncaster calls for a light-touch approach of spot checks amid fears over stewards’ workload BY ToM eDen Fans going to football may only be subjected to vaccine passport spot checks rather than everyone having to prove their vaccination status, John swinney has said. The Deputy First Minister said the Government was considering checks on a selection of fans when vaccine passports comes into force. Swinney, who is also Covid Recovery Secretary, told Holyrood’s Covid-19 Committee talks with football authorities were ongoing but he expected a “proportionate approach” when checking vaccine certification at large events. It followed a plea from SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster for a “light-touch approach of spot checking” rather than all fans having to show their vaccine passport to gain entry to grounds. Under the Scottish Government’s plans, proof of being double vaccinated is needed at indoor seated events of 500 people or more, unseated outdoor live events with more than 4,000, and “any event, of any nature, which has more than 10,000 people in attendance”. Doncaster, a member of Scottish football’s Covid-19 joint response group, estimated that the additional stewarding required to check the vaccines will cost clubs £5,000 for every match. He said scanning everyone’s QR codes would be a “reliance on technology which will be untried and untested – certainly at its introduction on October 1”. Giving evidence to the committee, Doncaster added: “Given the huge variation in IT infrastructure across stadia, we believe very strongly that a visual check is the way forward here so that stewards can visually check what passports are presented eviDence SPFL chief Neil Doncaster, below, told John Swinney, left, clubs may struggle with tech to them rather than any insistence on a particular type of technological check.” Scottish Conservative MSP Murdo Fraser raised concerns about how the vaccine passport system would work at football grounds and “whether spot checks will be deemed sufficient”. He said: “One of the issues is the practicality of stewarding football grounds. “Everybody knows there are issues in the labour market at the moment – trying to recruit the levels of stewards that will be required to make this system credible is a real challenge for clubs, notwithstanding the cost implications.” Swinney replied: “We are aware of the labour market challenges, they are visible to all of us, and the challenges about the availability of stewards are well documented, so I don’t in any way, shape or form dispute that point – I accept that. Hence the rationale within the Government’s paper that we published last week, where we indicated that there was a necessity for organisers to take ‘reasonable measures’, and there was likely to be a proportionate approach in different settings between a crowd of 200 versus a crowd of 60,000. “So we envisage that there will have to be differential approaches.” Reiterating that the measures could help increase vaccination numbers, he added: “The more we can do – even though it may not be a check on absolutely everybody that attends a football game – the more we can do to make these events safer, and less likely to be the place in which the virus is transmitted, the more we are contributing to the suppression of the virus.” Swinney avoided answering a question about whether the planned October 1 start date could be pushed back to give businesses more time to prepare, but insisted the system being developed was “very, very strong”. He added: “It’s absolutely vital that the scheme that we put in place is able to work effectively.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK managing VaCCinE PaSSPORTS Page 11 extra time hUge cRowD But TRNSMT organisers checked everyone for negative tests no sPiKe Professor Leitch said early signs were good following the festival at weekend no huge spike after music fest THERE are no signs the TRNSMT music festival at the weekend caused a spike in Covid cases, Professor Jason Leitch has said. The event at Glasgow Green took place before the planned introduction of vaccine passports, which will be needed for entry to nightclubs and larger events from October 1. Up to 50,000 music fans a day attended the three-day festival and had to provide proof of a negative NHS Covid-19 lateral flow test to be allowed in. Professor Leitch, Scotland ‘s national clinical director, said TRNSMT checked every single person and the process appeared to have gone “very smoothly”, but said talks are ongoing about the by PeTeR DaviDson logistics of checking vaccine passports at events like football matches. Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) chief executive Neil Doncaster revealed he is “concerned” about the practicalities of delivering the scheme and said spot-checking is the only way it can be done. Just days after the introduction of passports around 50,000 people will cram into Hampden for a World Cup qualifier against Israel. Professor Leitch said that spotchecks are “not a ridiculous idea” and that they are one option, while staggered entry is another. Speaking on the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland, he said: “TRNSMT tested every single person and they checked every single person, we had some meetings earlier in the week to debrief about how that had gone and it had gone very smoothly, now that is relatively simple visual check of an app or an email or a test, so it’s not impossible but we do need to work out what Neil’s saying, “Sixty-thousand people at Hampden all arriving at once, that does create some logistical difficulties. Spot-checks is not a ridiculous idea but we just need to get the balance right don’t we, between checking 60,000 and checking six, so somewhere in there is probably a sweet spot.” He said that authorities do not want to make attending football or rugby matches a chore, but that with more than 4,000 cases a day and 30 deaths reported on Wednesday such measures are necessary. Professor Leitch added: “Inconvenience is one of the things we’ve had for 18 months and inconvenience is going to continue until we can get on top of this wave.” He also said there were no signs the music festival or the return of students to further education has led to a big rise in cases. He said: “We’ve got no signs of TRNSMT causing us big levels of infection and I would have expected that to start to come through by now, although it is early days.”

Page 12 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Wife murdered Foot fetish pest calls cost NHS £22,000 A mAn with a foot fetish posed as an old lady to try to get nHS 111 op er ators to discuss their feet. Richard Cove, 45, made 1263 calls over two years, some leading to ambulances being sent, costing the nHS almost £22,000. Cove, from Worthing, Sussex, pleaded guilty to making malicious communications. He was given a sus pended sentence, ordered to do 200 hours’ unpaid work and pay £2000. hubby for not backing her angRy Lorna Middleton said she acted in self-defence but had no memory of attack All the best bits The Breakfast Roll Breakfast, done properly Served until 11am. Participating restaurants only. © 2021 McDonald’s by connoR goRDon A WOMAN is facing life in jail for the murder of her husband. Lorna middleton, 36, stabbed William middleton, 38, in the heart at their flat in Clydebank on June 26, 2020. middleton was raging after claiming William – known as Billy – had not “stuck up” for her in a row she had with a man. William’s body was found in a pool of blood by police later that night with two knives nearby. His wife later remarked to officers: “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” mum-of-four middleton was convicted of murder yesterday at the High Court in Glasgow. She had lodged a special defence of “self-defence”. Lord Clark remanded her in custody and deferred sentencing until next month. The court heard that the couple had people at their flat in Singer Street the night before the death. Witnesses claimed that middleton had got into a fight with stranger Kieran Spence. The pair got into an argument which became more physical and a bottle was apparently thrown by middleton. neighbour James Long said that middleton had later argued with her husband after he didn’t “back her up” in the argument. The 32-year-old stated he also saw middleton punching her husband “a couple of times on the head” but he didn’t react. He added: “When he was getting hit, he was sitting crying.” William briefly left the flat PaRTneRs William and Lorna Middleton had argued over a row she had with a stranger When he was being hit, he was sitting crying Police found killer lying with victim in her arms after knifing him in chest before returning. He was eventually alone with his wife. Long’s partner Samantha Jackson, 28, stated she heard middleton shout “help me” about 20 minutes later. PC Scott Trabathan said he found her lying beside William, holding his body in her arms and screaming. He was pronounced dead at the scene and middleton was arrested. William died from a stab wound to the chest. He also had a fractured neck, a broken rib neighbour james long on the middletons’ row and scratches to his face. middleton told jurors she was attacked by William at the flat. She claimed her next memory was lying beside her bleeding husband. It later emerged after the verdict middleton already had a previous conviction for violence.

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 13 base Industrial action Faslane fire crews ban overtime by sally hinD FIRE crews manning Scotland’s nuclear base on the Clyde began industrial action yesterday over cuts to staff levels. Unite union members working for Capita voted to ban overtime after raising safety fears over the reduction of eight specialist fire safety roles at Coulport and Faslane - a cut of 15 per cent. The union, which represents around 45 workers, said there had been a “lack of clarity, cohesion and coordination” from bosses about what would happen in major incidents and claimed cuts would impair crews responding to serious incidents. Capita said it had conducted a thorough review of fire risks in light of the Ministry of Defenceapproved cuts. ‘DisgUsTing’ Whelpton Soldier put his privates on parade by goRDon cURRie A DRUNK soldier who exposed himself to a nightclub worker has been fined nearly £1000. Elliot Whelpton, 29, slapped his penis out onto a ledge and told the staff member: “I’ve not got a ticket, but I’ve got a d***.” The soldier, who is based at Leuchars Station in Fife, left the female worker stunned after refusing to pay his way into the Underground club in Dundee. Sheriff Paul Brown described the incident as “disgusting” and noted that his behaviour had caused great distress to his victim. The sheriff fined Whelpton £990 and said he would not impose a community payback order as it would “deprive the army of your service.” The soldier was given 28 days to pay the fine in full. There’s tension in the air.. Andrew’s not so blasé now High Court to serve sex case papers accUseR Andrew with Virginia when she was a teen gone Prince Philip died aged 99 There’s been a dramatic shift in mood.. the issue has become very pressing A SOURCE On THE ATmOSpHERE AROUnd pRinCE AndREw Phil’s will stays secret THE contents of Prince Philip’s will are to remain secret following a High Court ruling. After the death of a senior royal it has been convention for over a century that a bid to seal the will is made to the president of the court’s family division. This means they are not open to public inspection in the way one ordinarily is. President of the Family Division of the High Court Sir Andrew McFarlane yesterday ordered Philip’s remains sealed for 90 years. Even after that it may only be opened in private. Sir Andrew said: “There is a claiMs Prince at Balmoral this week need to enhance the protection afforded to truly private aspects of the lives of this limited group of individuals in order to maintain the dignity of close members of her family.” Prince Philip died aged 99 on April 9, just two months short of his 100th birthday. just last week Prince Andrew was convinced that he would easily beat Virginia Giuffre’s sex allegations against him. But sources have revealed his bullish mood has changed after the High Court announced on Monday that it will act to serve US civil case papers on him. And the Duke of York is now bracing himself for a legal battle that he fears could go on for years and end up costing him millions of pounds. Giuffre, a former sex slave of late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, has accused Andrew, 61, of forcing her to sleep with him three times when she was 17, a claim he strenuously denies. Legal experts have predicted that she could be awarded around £14million if she wins. Our sister paper The Mirror revealed last week the Prince was so confident the case would collapse he planned to return to royal duties. But insiders revealed that he is now giving off a different vibe. One source said: “He’s not been his usual blasé self, acting like everything is in hand. “The issue has suddenly become very pressing and there is a distinct tension in the air. “There has been a dramatic shift in mood and the reality that this could not only go on for many months, if not years, as well as costing potentially millions of pounds is very real.” Another insider added: “The stark reality is that the Duke and his team need to face the fact they need to address this.” Giuffre’s lawyer David Boies said: “We are hopeful that Prince Andrew will now stop trying to evade and delay facing his accuser in court. “The bottom line is that Andrew is being served. He cannot refuse.” In another blow for Andrew, the High Court judge refused to unseal a document that the Prince’s lawyers claim would invalidate Giuffre’s claim. The document, signed by his accuser, allegedly prevents her from suing. But Andrew will now have to make a legal request for a copy and that would £14m Amount Virginia Giuffre could make if she wins sex claim against Prince exclusIVe by RUssell MyeRs then mean accepting that he has been served the lawsuit. The High Court will now begin trying to locate the Duke for a legal representative to tell him about the case, known as service of proceedings. Once served, his legal team would have 21 days to respond. A US judge this week dismissed claims that Andrew could not respond to the suit launched by Giuffre as he had not received the documents despite them being left with a policeman at his Windsor home. Lewis A Kaplan has listed the case for a further hearing on October 17.

Page 14 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Athletics coach jailed for 8 years for abuse of girls A SHAMED former athletics coach has been jailed for eight years for the “monstrous” abuse of teenage girls. Eric Simpson, 73, preyed on his five victims – raping one. The sick crimes took place between 1981 and 1999 in Kirkcaldy and Burntisland in Fife as well as at an Edinburgh school. Simpson continued as a respected coach but was by gRaNT Mccabe brought to justice when a victim – now in her 50s – went to police in 2018 sparking an abuse probe. She had seen a photo which featured him still involved in athletics posing with a young girl. Simpson was yesterday sentenced at the High Court in Paisley. He had earlier been convicted after a trial in Edinburgh of raping one girl and subjecting the four others to indecent assaults and lewd acts. Lord Arthurson told Simpson: “Your crimes against your victims in this case was nothing short of monstrous. You have displayed limited regret and lack victim empathy.” Simpson was also put on the sex offenders list indefinitely. MoNSTRoUS Eric Simpson scots DJ took My old Lockdown meant a ‘traditional courtship’ for Radio 1 star Arielle.. and her boyfriend was treated to a tour of Glasgow, complete with a potted history of the city’s gang culture SPiN QUeeN DJ Arielle having a blast on the decks WELCOME TO THE BACKSTAGE WHERE CREWS WORK AS ONE TEAM AND MANAGERS SUPPORT YOU Earn from £10 /hour as Warehouse Operative near you Apply now at jobsatamazon.co.uk ARIELLE Free jets to exotic locations to DJ when not hosting Radio 1’s Early Breakfast show. But the Scots presenter has revealed her perfect holiday destination is the Glasgow schemes of Drumchapel, Knightswood and Temple. Former ballerina Arielle, 33, learned to dance at Knightswood Secondary school and was overcome with nostalgia when she enjoyed a summer break with her boyfriend George. And she also brought him up to speed on the gang culture in the city. Arielle, who is currently DJing in Ibiza with David Guetta, said: “I drove up when everything reopened in July to see my wee sister who works in the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Glasgow during the pandemic. It was a road trip with George. I took him round Drumchapel, Knightswood and Temple. “We went to Drumchapel for our holidays and saw all the sights. For me it was a real trip down memory lane. “I told George all about the Young Knightswood Fleeto, the Temple Scurvy and the Yoker Langy. “I wasn’t part of any of that but I went out with a boy who was a member of the Yoker Langy. “I was like, ‘This is where I went to high school, this is where I used to get the 44 bus up the road.’” Arielle also revealed her “old-fashioned courtship” with George that led to love. She said: “George is from down south and we met a couple of years ago when I was DJing for Craig David in Ibiza but we were never in London at the same time. He does events and travels a lot and I work weird hours during the week and DJ weekends. Then we started by JoHN DiNgwall courting during lockdown. It was really romantic dating because all we could do was go for walks and cycles. Nothing was open and it was like an old-school romance. “We’d meet up, have our walk, have a flask of coffee and walk along by the canal. I kind of miss that. “We’ve managed to make it last out of lockdown so far.” Arielle’s career is flying after she announced last month she’d been offered a permanent slot as early breakfast presenter on BBC Radio 1 weekends. Her successful Love Island: The Morning After podcast, which she co-hosted with ex-Islander Kem Cetinay, ranked as one of iTunes’ top 100 shows this year. Harry Potter fans may remember her as one of the Beauxbatons dancers in 2005 boy wizard flick The Goblet of Fire. Currently, the red-head is on the airwaves from 4am until 7am weekdays come rain or shine. And she’s developed a coping mechanism. She said: “I am the queen of disco naps. I never used to be able to nap in the day but now I can put my head down and get a solid 45 minutes. “During the week I don’t drink because I worry I’ll sleep through the alarm.I get exercise, go to bed early and I’ve got the weekend to do gigs.” And she’s revealed she has another job on top of her DJing and podcasting. Previously a foot model, Arielle also runs an agency for companies needing feet of a certain look, shape and size. She said: “When I was dancing I got a casting call from Top Shop to have my feet measured. They were looking

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 15 BoYFRIEND oN touR oF olD HAuNts school romance loVeD-UP Arielle with her boyfriend George, far left, and pair having a laugh in Instagram pic HoMe ciTy Arielle at Kelvingrove museum for size four because all the samples are that size. “My feet were perfect. They took pictures, sent them to suppliers and I started fitting for ASOS, Office shoes, LK Bennett, Kurt Geiger. Now I have my own agency called FAFF, Fitness and Fancy Free. I do casting calls. It’s very weird asking people to come to an address to get their feet measured when you’ve never met them before. “Girls have to be size four and guys are size eight. My boyfriend is desperate to try. He’s like, ‘My feet are beautiful. I can squeeze in’ and I have to tell him the whole point is to have feet the right size.” Arielle is also helping to launch a new OVO Bikes’ campaign which allows locals to explore Glasgow with free bike hires every Friday. And it helped her to see more of her home city than ever before. She said: “We cycled around. What I loved about OVO is I went to places I’d never been before. We went around this green route map they have created. It can be daunting getting on a bike if you haven’t cycled around the city, but there are cycle avenues everywhere now. It makes such a difference. You just feel so safe cycling. “You can get on a bike as many times as you want on Fridays so it’s a beautiful way to see your friends. I really enjoyed the day we had. I stood outside Well PlaiD Arielle in tartan for Scotland game Kelvingrove museum in the sunshine thinking how lovely Glasgow is.” Arielle is bringing George back to Scotland in October for a camping holiday on the banks of Loch Fyne. She said: “I’d like him to see more. We are going to have a wee holiday and a family reunion at halfterm with my little niece Poppy and my mum and everyone.” But unlike many Scots she has no fear of being attacked by midges after being given a foolproof deterrent by her granny. She said: “It could be risky because I don’t know what the weather will be like. Hopefully the tent will still be standing at the end. My granny told me to always eat a slice of toast with Marmite because the midges don’t touch you because they hate Marmite. I’ll be making sure I have mine on the way to Loch Fyne.” ●Arielle has teamed up with OVO Energy to launch OVO Bikes in Glasgow and Cardiff. Free Ride Fridays give cyclists up to 30 minutes free. Cyclists can also pedal along the OVO Bikes Green Route spanning the cities’ top sustainable businesses. The offer runs until December 31. Go to ovoenergy.com/ovobikes It was romantic because all we could do was go for walks ARIELLE ON DATING DURING LOCKDOWN

Page 16 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Orange walk protests are called for by campaigners ONE OF rarEST conTenTioUs The walks PEACEFUL protests are set to be held at two Catholic churches in Glasgow tomorrow during Orange walks. Anti-sectarian campaigners Call it Out made a rallying cry on their social media accounts for demonstrators to take part in the protests. They are targeting both Catholic churches that the Protestant marchers are by DaviD walKeR due to walk past after slating the city council for letting it happen. More than 50 Orange marches are scheduled to take place in the city this weekend, with more than 10,000 participants expected to take part. Dozens of roads in Glasgow will be shut to allow the parades to happen safely. Call it Out claimed that the local authority rejected police advice to reroute the walks so they don’t pass by the churches. Glasgow City Council rejected these claims, saying: “It is important to be clear that this is untrue. “We’re working in very close partnership with police ahead of the processions and they have offered us no such advice.” Family without the faff exPloRe Nada with Malcolm in rainforest Kids stay and eat free * Only available at premierinn.com *T&Cs apply, please head to our site for details. exclusive by naDa FaRHoUD we’re deep in the rainforest, a complex eco-system that supports pied flycatchers and redstarts among the rich green mosses and liverworts that thrive in the dampness. This is not the tropics of Brazil or Borneo, but a temperate rainforest in the far north-west of Scotland. The rainforests of Britain are even more rare than those in the tropics but are now reaching a crisis point, in part due to climate change. Once covering Europe’s Atlantic coastline, from Norway to Spain, this unique habitat provides perfect conditions for species not found anywhere else. Pockets of rainforest are still found across the UK, such as in Cumbria, north Wales and southwest England, but Scotland is the last stronghold due to the high rainfall and relatively mild, year-round temperatures. We joined Malcolm Turner from the Woodland Trust Scotland inside the rainforest at the Ben Shieldaig Estate in Wester Ross. Recent studies revealed that some of the native oak, ash, birch, pine and hazel trees found here on the west coast could be thousands of years old. But this globally significant area is at risk of disappearing. The Scottish temperate rainforests, also known as Atlantic or Celtic woodlands, now cover 117 sq miles, just two per cent of the nation’s tree cover. Less than one-third is in a satisfactory condition. The Woodland Trust has warned that William by RUssell MyeRs PRINCE William wants to be able to tell his kids he did all he could to fight climate change. The thought helped to inspire his Earthshot Prize environmental project, PleDge William is desperate to do his bit

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 17 habiTaTS iS UNdEr ThrEaT Rainforest SOS.. here in Scotland Charity warns native woods at risk from climate change chaMPion Malcolm is working to save forest the UK’s rainforests are nearing crisis point, with Scotland’s at particular risk. The Trust’s State of the UK’s Woods and Trees 2021 report said the area was “as important as tropical rainforest, but even rarer”. Native woods and trees help curb carbon emissions and reverse declines in wildlife. And failing to address the Magical Mists over the woodland problems they face will undermine efforts to tackle the climate and nature crises, the charity warned. It said the impact of climate change on woodland life cycles, pests, diseases, pollution and the slow rate of woodland expansion could be a “multiple whammy” for wildlife. Malcolm told how the insectr i c h habitat at t h e B e n Shieldaig Estate rainforest attracts migrant birds such as pied flycatchers, wood warblers and redstarts. The rare, chequered skipper butterfly is also only found here. He explained how the mosses and liverworts – tiny plants that produce spores instead of flowers and seeds – play a hugely important role in the health of our environment. He said: “Scotland is home to nearly 1000 different types of these plants which grow on the woodland floor and on tree branches. Some are not found anywhere else in the world. “They provide homes to tiny creatures and together they also act as a giant sponge, slowing the flow of rain into burns and rivers, and helping protect against flash floods.” As well as the threat from climate change, about 40 per cent of the rainforest vows to be able to say: I did all I could which is aimed at saving the planet. William said: “The damage we are doing is no longer incremental but exponential. We are fast reaching a tipping point.” Ahead of the release of Earthshot: How to Save Our Planet – a book tied in with the Earthshot Prize – Jason Knauf, chief of The Royal Foundation, said: “The challenge the duke set himself was, ‘What is the maximum contribution I can make in the next 10 years in the fight against climate change? What am I going to do that means I can look my children in the eye and say that I did my bit?’.” The project has a £50million prize fund which will be handed out over the next decade. Every year from now until 2030, a winner in each of five categories will receive £1million after being picked by a judging panel. It is hoped the ideas will help to repair the planet. Ahead of the announcement today of this year’s 15 finalists, William has paid tribute to his father Prince Charles and late grandfather Prince Philip, calling them “pioneers in the environmental movement”. William also said he hopes the Earthshot project will inspire hope. He said: “The facts look terrifying and I could see this risked making people feel like they might as well give up.” Where to find UK rainforests ausewell Woods, Ashburton, Devon Ben Shieldaig estate, Strathcarron, Scotland Bovey Valley Woods, Newton Abbot, Devon coed Felenrhyd & llennyrch, Gwynedd, Wales crinan Wood, Argyll, Scotland Dunollie Wood, Oban, Scotland Fingle Woods, Dartmouth National Park, Devon loch arkaig Pine Forest, Lochaber, Scotland, Uig Wood, Isle of Skye, Scotland is suffering high or very high levels of grazing, largely due to deer. Invasive rhododendron is also found in 40 per cent of rainforest, threatening to choke the woodland. But the Woodland Trust said “it is not too late to take action”. Together with Plantlife, it leads The Alliance for Scotland’s Rainforest, which hopes to address the threats, as well as working with landowners to restore and expand woodlands. Abi Bunker, director of conservation and external affairs for the Woodland Trust, said: “The warning signs are loud and clear. “If we don’t tackle the threats that are facing our woods and trees, we will severely damage the UK’s ability to address the climate and nature crises. “Our wildlife havens are suffering and we are storing up problems for future generations.”

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Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK It’s better not to know what lies ahead I HAVE just emerged from the 9/11 YouTube rabbit-hole. I’m sure you’ve ventured down there on occasion, too. It’s very grim, isn’t it? This year, as commentary on the 20th anniversary dominated media, I became slightly obsessed with the more morbid aspects of the attacks. Flight simulations which chart the planes from take-off to impact, scored by air-traffic controller recordings. Desperate phone-calls made from the upper-floors, moments before the towers collapsed. One in particular which sticks in my mind reveals a terrified New Yorker being advised to pray by an emergency call handler. There are, of course, the countless stories of heroism and bravery. But even the now infamous storming of the cockpit of United 93 by courageous passengers moments before it crashed is a gruelling horror story – if you really look into it. I didn’t emerge from the rabbit-hole with a sense of gratitude for what I have, or the urge to tell people I loved them. I was struck by the terrible reality that no matter what we might have planned when we leave the house in the morning, we truly have absolutely no idea what awaits us as we walk out the door. And I think it’s better that way. Page 19 loki the scottish rapper darren mcgarvey twitter@lokiscottishrap So sneer and yet so far.. the left-wingers’ comfort zone MESSAGE Ocasio- Cortez in her ‘tax the rich’ dress at the Met Gala ball DRESS for success, or so the saying goes. US Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) took that quite literally this week. Sporting an elegant get-up at the ultra-exclusive, $30,000-dollars-aplate Met Gala ball, the celebrity socialite…sorry…socialist, mingled with the rich and famous in a stunning gown with a daring “Tax the Rich” call-to-action emblazoned down the rear of her outfit. AOC’s apparent aim as she graced the red carpet was to raise the topic of wealth-redistribution – a radical concept whereby those who can afford to fund their own space programs should be expected to contribute more to the public purse. But it also raised interesting questions about the circular firing squad of the political left generally. It is on the left that you’ll find some of the harshest criticisms of AOC. On the far-left in the States, she is regarded widely as a sell-out. This, of course, should surprise no one. For many left-wing radicals, principles come before power. Even if that means never mounting a successful local campaign. Or standing for election. Or anyone ever knowing who you are, what you do or what you believe. Your politics are validated, not by public endorsement, but by using social media as a sneer dispensary Revellers’ boozefest where you grow increasingly confident in a certain simplistic view of the world, comforted by the certain knowledge you’ll never get close enough to power for your theories to be tested. The satisfaction for this kind of grumpy leftist comes not from trying to change anything but from finding opportunities to be sarcastic about other people’s attempts to change things. Anyone who manages to professionalise their politics, or becomes moderately well-known, is regarded as a grifter. Indeed, the fact AOC was even elected to Congress raises eyebrows on parts of the left automatically, for in order to be regarded as credible in the eyes of many a chin-stroker you must first demonstrate, beyond all doubt, that you are politically futureless. AOC’s public profile and knowing flirtations with the press are, for STAGING a music festival called TRNSMT during a pandemic requires a commendable level of character – or in Glasgow’s case, alcohol. Tens of thousands stared Covid in the face last weekend for a chance to pay £50 for a pint of Carling in a plastic container. No doubt a few anti-vaxxers were “jabbed” too. some, evidence that she has been effectively co-opted, and that her primary function is to provide the Democratic Party (and capitalism), with a leftish veneer. You wouldn’t catch Bernie Sanders (a millionaire) hanging out with rich people. That is, unless you were at Obama’s last White House Correspondents’ gig, or Joe Biden’s inauguration. Both being primary locations around which the proletariat are known to congregate. If making money or being famous corrupts you automatically, then why are intellectual rock stars like Noam Chomsky and Slavoj Zizek held up by so many as paragons of integrity and virtue? AOC is not in the easiest position ever. Even by making the statement with the dress she was then accused of pulling attention from the Black Lives Matter protest going on outside the venue – a protest which happens every year that has never drawn media attention. She is, of course, not the first person to make a literal political fashion statement. From abolitionists in the 18th century, to AIDS campaigners and anti-war activists in the 80s and 90s, political movements often utilise clothing or accessories as a means of generating visibility. I agree AOC is not going to be firing the starting gun of the revolution. But does that mean she is of no value in the struggle for equality? My view is that some on the left would do well to consider their own public relations strategies. Because if you are genuinely serious about radically reforming everyone and everything else in the world, you yourself might dare to try something new – like lightening up a bit. UNINSPIRING Liz Truss has been appointed foreign secretary BoJo’s hapless cabinet BORIS Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle (which appeared to act as somewhat of a distraction from the debate about cutting Universal Credit) was about the most exciting thing to happen this week – if your life is extremely tedious. The hapless Dominic Raab was punished for staying on holiday during the fall of Kabul by being allowed to remain in government and also made deputy prime minister. Ministerial code-breaker and resident hawk Priti Patel is to remain minister for scaring immigrants. While Michael Gove received a pat on the back for historic racist, classist and misogynistic comments he made in the 90s by being put in charge of Johnson’s “levelling up” agenda – something “toothless northerners” will be extremely happy about. The reshuffle was at least comprehensive. The list of appointments is almost as large as the search results produced if you Google “stupid things Liz Truss has said in the last 45 minutes”. What could possibly go wrong?

page 20 more at dailyrecord.co.UK daily record Friday, September 17, 2021 Boxing Day off for staff a pet project PETS at Home has become the latest retailer to close all stores on Boxing Day. Bosses said sites will shut on December 26 as a thank you to staff for their hard work this year, with stores staying open in the pandemic due to its “essential” retailer status. Stores were also closed on Boxing Day last year. Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Poundland and Home Bargains are doing the same. PC PIONEER DIES creations The Sinclair C5, left, and the ZX 81 computer, right Every pledge today helps secure life-saving research for tomorrow. ‘amazing’ Sir Clive became a household name. Pic: Yui Mok/PA Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide, visit cruk.org/pledgescotland Scotland, play your part. Together we will beat cancer Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1089464), Scotland (SC041666), the Isle of Man (1103) and Jersey (247). Tributes pour in following death of trailblazer behind home computer Home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair has died at the age of 81. His daughter Belinda Sinclair revealed that the pocket calculator trailblazer and brains behind the Spectrum home computers died at his home in London yesterday morning. Sir Clive Sinclair launched the first affordable consumer computer in 1980, costing less than £100. The multimillionaire entrepreneur’s company launched the ZX models in a decade where personal computer use boomed. Sinclair became the first company in the world to sell more than a million computers, making Sir Clive’s surname a household word. His daughter said: “He was a rather amazing person. Of course, he was so clever and he was always interested in everything. “My daughter and her husband are engineers so he’d be chatting engineering with them.” Sir Clive’s projects also saw him explore new technology in the worlds of television and cars. One ill-fated initiative was the Sinclair C5 vehicle, an electric tricycle heralded as the future of eco-friendly transport but which turned out to be an expensive flop. Born in 1940, Sir Clive left school at the age of 17, becoming a technical journalist writing specialist manuals. Aged 22, he formed Sinclair Radionics, his first company, making mail order radio kits, including the smallest transistor radio in the world. Later in life, he pioneered the pocket calculator and was dubbed an “electronics wizard”. Other ventures included expansions into digital watches and the development of the world’s smallest television set. It was with another company, Sinclair Research, that Sir Clive found his home computing successes. He was so clever and was always interested in everything daughter belinda on her dad sir clive by record reporter The ZX 81 computer, launched in 1981, sold half a million and was followed by more powerful models. Film director Edgar Wright paid tribute to Sir Clive’s computing achievements on Twitter. He tweeted: “For someone whose first glimpses of a brave new world were the terrifying graphics of 3D Monster Maze on the ZX81, I’d like to salute tech pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair. “He made 21st Century dreams feel possible. Will bash away on the rubber keys of a Spectrum in your honour. RIP.” Tom Watson, former deputy leader of the Labour Party, tweeted: “Arguably, the digital age for us in the UK started with the Sinclair ZX80, when thousands of kids learnt to code using 1k of RAM. “For us, the Spectrum was like a Rolls- Royce with 48k.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 21 coNfessioN Asim Akram Boss offered girl, 15, £30 to have sex by alaN MceweN A SNACK bar boss who offered a 15-year-old employee money for sex when she wanted to leave for a better-paid job still poses a “risk” to girls, a sheriff said. Asim Akram, 28, told the teen: “If you’re that desperate, I’ll give you £30 to have sex with me.” He left the schoolgirl “horrified” after making the proposal over Snapchat. Sheriff Adrian Cottam gave Akram a community payback order with 18 months of supervision. He also handed him 160 hours of unpaid work, put him on the sex offenders’ register for 18 months and barred him from contacting or approaching the victim. Akram, from Livingston, earlier admitted making sexual and indecent written and verbal remarks. bReacH Ashley Roberts Instructor’s £2k fine over diving death by DaViD MeiKle A DIVING instructor has been fined £2300 after breaching health and safety rules ahead of a deep dive that a trainee died on. Ashley Roberts, 29, of Huddersfield, Yorkshire, was training William Peace, 59, and Richard Heppell before they were due to dive 148ft to the wreck of a U74E German submarine off Dunbar, East Lothian. He decided both men should take part in a free diving session rather than an official training dive. Roberts instructed both men to complete an assessment dive and the trio descended 43ft in July 2017. The instructor returned to the surface but Peace, 59, and Heppell continued to the seabed and got into trouble. Heppell tried to rescue Peace but was forced to return to the surface. caN’T wHaiTe John starts on Strictly this week I realised how important a step forward it is. I’ve had no negative messages john whaite on the positive reaction to same-sex pairing Kids making me, says Dan bbC breakfast star Dan Walker revealed he signed up because his kids begged him to. Dan, 44, said of his brood aged 14, 12 and 10: “They sat me down at Christmas and said, ‘Dad, if you ever get asked again, we’d really like you to do it’. that age will know it’s rare to do something your kids are fully invested in.” The presenter added he needed some cheering up after all his Covid coverage, saying: “The last 18 months has just been grim story after grim story “Anyone who’s got kids of DaNciNg DaD Dan Walker after grim story.” Strictly John: I’m so happy it’s not been guys & trolls Fans welcome same-sex pair by Nicola MeTHVeN John Whaite has told how he expected to be a target of trolls for being part of the first same-sex male Strictly partnership… but was instead met by a positive reaction. The Bake Off star turned TV chef revealed he was pleasantly surprised by the response. John, 32, said: “The reaction has been so positive. I genuinely did think I was going to receive a fair bit of hate in my inbox because you do as a gay man, you get a lot of hate. It’s something you grow up and you learn to deal with. “Shouldn’t have to, but we do. And I can honestly say that I haven’t had a single message of negativity.” The enormity of PaiRiNg what John was doing Johannes struck him as he spoke to & Quentin Matt Lucas on Radio 2 to reveal he was going to be a Strictly contestant. He said: “I realised how important a step forward this is. “Because kids who watch the show, to have same sex role models, it’ll give them a little bit of hope for the future. It won’t make them grow up with the same shame that I grew up with. “It’s not just about queer people. It’s about intimacy generally. Two men, whether they’re straight or gay, can be intimate with each other. I hope this comes to show that it breaks down that notion of toxic masculinity, which is so rife, especially in Britain. “If you look at Europe, people are much more intimate with each other there. So why can’t we have that here?” On this weekend’s Strictly launch celebs will be paired with their pro partners. And John is hoping he gets South African Johannes Radebe, who danced with Caroline Quentin last year. He said: “It has to be Johannes. It’d be really important for him to have the first all-male couple, it would be a really powerful message for him as well. That’s not to say in the future it has to be two gay men.” John told how he is looking forward most to dances that are filled with passion. He said: “I want to learn a really intense samba and really go for it. Or a rumba. “I want to do the queerest outfits possible. I want mesh. I want sequins. I want everything on the show basically. I want to be as glamorous as possible.” John, who won Bake Off in 2012, said he has no fear of criticism from the judges. He added: “Listen, if you can survive Paul Hollywood, you can survive Craig Revel Horwood.” ■ Strictly Come Dancing, BBC1, tomorrow , 7.45pm. Corrie Katie hot to foxtrot ACTreSS Katie McGlyn can’t wait to show off her “positive, fun” side after her Coronation Street role as tragic Sinead, who died of cancer. Katie, 28, said: “I’m very nervous for the viewers to see a different side of me because I’ve always read from a script and When it’s very serious it can drain you.” In reality, she is all about fun. Katie said: “I don’t take things too seriously so this is just my cup of tea. I want to smile, I want to laugh, I want to dance and have a good time. “And hopefully make some done serious storylines. fUN Ex-Corrie star Katie life-long friends.”

Page 22 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 insoMnia Helpine launch Call if you’re struggling to get to sleep by aDRian heaRn A CHARITY has launched the UK’s first dedicated helpline for people who struggle to sleep. The average UK adult suffers nine bad nights’ sleep per month, and The Sleep Charity has teamed up with high street retailer Furniture Village to launch a national helpline (03303 530 541) to combat the problem. It will be operated by trained advisors between 7pm and 9pm five days a week, Sunday to Thursday. plank champion Australian, Daniel Scali, 28, has smashed the Guinness World Record for longest abdominal plank hold – holding it for nine-and-ahalf hours. SCOTS RUNNING STAR HITS OUT AT THe CRUeL in heR PRiMe Eilish is proud of her body. Right, in action at Tokyo Olympics Unhealthy? This body has taken me to 3 Olympics! by Jenny MoRRison RUNNING star Eilish McColgan has hit out at cruel trolls after attacks over her slim body shape. The Olympic athlete was left deeply upset by comments on social media after she posted a picture of herself at the weekend proudly celebrating a second place finish in her first-ever half-marathon. Eilish, 30, the daughter of Olympic medallist Liz McColgan, angrily condemned the abuse which Track queen Eilish McColgan talks about web abuse and fighting back she said is only every targeted at female athletes. She urged her fans to see her strength. She said: “When I look at this picture, I see nothing but strong female athletes. Yet others feel the need to write nasty comments, generally aimed at my body. “I accepted a long time ago that trolls are part of being active on social media and it’s very rare for me to go out my way to block individuals online. But this one man commented about my body shape, appearance and weight under numerous posts. “And his final comment was the one that really triggered me… insinuating that my natural body shape is unhealthy and a bad example to young females, that really got me fired up! Trolls will always be around but often it’s a reflection on their own unhappiness and not a reflection on you. “From a young age, my shape hasn’t changed – slim and tall. It’s just me. I was so unconfident as a

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UKw TROLLS S WHO ATTACKeD SLIM SHAPe gRUelliNg Eilish has to work hard to achieve her body shape kid, having the shape of a bean pole rather than the boobs of all the other girls at school, but over the years I’ve grown to love my body and genuinely wouldn’t change it for the world. “This body has taken me to THREE Olympic Games and brought me a national record along the way, and hopefully some more in my future.” The picture Eilish posted was taken at Newcastle’s Great North Run on Sunday. She was photographed alongside Kenyan middledistance world champion Hellen Obiri, who won the race, and third PRoUD Eilish shows off toned body in St Lucia p l a c e finisher Charlotte Purdue. Eilish, who grew up in Dundee, added: “Online, women are constantly targeted for their appearance but I’m yet to see male athletes subjected to the same comments… So for any youngsters following me, be confident in your body and treat it with respect.” Elish added: “Social media can be brilliant at connecting you to people – but every now and again someone comes along and ruins it. “I’m getting quite good at standing up for myself.” SToRM Pic of Eilish after her second place with winner Obiri and Purdeu which was attacked by trolls Page 23 Posties get new device POSTMEN and women are to be given a new handheld device making it easier to confirm the delivery of parcels. Royal Mail said the new mobile device is lighter than a previous model as well as being rainproof. It has faster internet speeds and a longer-lasting battery. Following a successful trial, about 72,500 new devices are being rolled out across the UK to Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide workers. Staying out of sunlight A QUARTER of UK adults could be starving themselves of much needed vitamin D from sunlight by regularly staying inside for days at a time, according to a study. Researchers for Velux polled 2000 adults and found a fifth of the population failed to leave their house for five days – or more – in succession over the last 12 months. And this figure doesn’t include those required to self-isolate or quarantine due to the pandemic. MOST WANTED THE GREATEST HITS TOUR 03 MARCH 2022 GLASGOW THE SSE HYDRO TICKETS ON SALE 9AM TODAY GIGSINSCOTLAND.COM THEWANTEDMUSIC.COM A DF CONCERTS PRESENTATION BY ARRANGEMENT WITH CAA

Page 24 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 I thought hubby was tired slaUghTeR Faroe Islands Dolphin hunt rules to be reviewed by jan M olsen THE Faroe Islands government has said it will review the way hunts of Atlantic white-sided dolphins are carried out following the mass killing of nearly 1500 sea mammals. The extent of the slaughter on Sunday was so large that it appears participants may not have been able to follow regulations to minimise the dolphins’ suffering. That day, islanders slaughtered 1428 dolphins for their meat and blubber. when he yawned a lot but he was having a stroke ‘always TogeTheR’ Margaret and Brian Dempster Limited tickets for Glasgow - BOOK TICKETS @ WWW.JURASSICENCOUNTERS.UK A WOMAN has told how she thought her husband was yawning because he was tired only to discover he was having a massive stroke. Margaret Dempster thought partner Brian, 61, was fatigued from working as a cleaner. But medics told her his excessive yawning signalled he was suffering a life-threatening stroke. Now the dad has been moved to a care home where he is monitored 24 hours a day. Margaret, 57, of Glasgow’s Priesthill, said: “I had no idea that Brian yawning would be such a big deal. I thought he was just tired but then it turned out to be much more serious. “The paramedics said that the yawning meant he was having a stroke. He didn’t seem right but it was just the yawning.” Dad-of-four Brian was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital last October. He remained in a ward for five months. The Stroke Association lists fatigue and tiredness as a side effect of a stroke. People who have had a stroke may yawn excessively. Clinicians believe it helps the Excessive yawning was a sign of a life-threatening stroke by DaviD walKeR body to regulate and reduce brain and core temperature. Brian was moved to a care home in February, which Margaret has described as “the toughest time of her life”. She said: “This came from nowhere. He was a hard-working person before his stroke. “His right side is badly affected I had no idea yawning would be such a big thing margaret dempster brian’s wife on symptoms and he tries hard to communicate with his family. “It’s sad seeing him like that, confined to a bed or a wheelchair. His sons find it hard to visit. “But Brian is a fighter and he always has been.” She added: “I’m in my house myself at night and it’s hard because he’s missed a lot. He’s missed our anniversary, Christmas and our kids’ birthdays. We were always together MoniToReD Brian has been moved into a care home so it’s really hard trying to adjust to everything. I still can’t believe that yawning was the start of this.” Brian’s family are trying to raise cash to make his life as comfortable as possible and want to buy him an adapted chair that will allow him to socialise with others at his care home and have launched a Go Fund Me page. John Watson, associate director of the Stroke Association in Scotland, warned that signs of a stroke can vary. He said: “It’s crucial that a stroke is recognised as quickly as possible so patients can get the emergency care they need by calling 999. “The FAST test can spot some of the most common symptoms of stroke. They are Facial weakness, Arm weakness and Speech problems. “However, each stroke is different and there can be other signs, so it’s important that if you suspect a stroke, to treat it as a medical emergency – Time to call 999.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 25 loNg liFe Sea eagle At 25 years, eagle is the UK’s oldest by SaRaH WaRD A WHITE-TAILED eagle living in the Highlands is thought to be the oldest in the UK after surviving for 25 years in the wild. In 1996, ornithologists fitted a ring around a fledgling and last year it was identified as an adult bird, making it the oldest known one in Britain and Ireland. The finding was part of the British Trust for Ornithology’s ringing report. In contrast, with a wingspan of just 18cm, a Chiff- chaff, ringed at Rutland Water in July 2009, has become the oldest known one in Britain and Ireland. It was recaptured 10 years, 10 months and 27 days later. During that time, it must have flown about 10,000 miles between Rutland and its wintering grounds in Iberia or Northern Africa. eScaPe Harvey breaks free. Right, with bloody head RUNNeR The villain gets out the prison van There Will be blood as Corrie bad guy escapes There’S bad news coming for some Coronation Street regulars – as drug dealer harvey Gaskell makes a run from jail. The villain, played by Will Mellor, was put behind bars by Leanne battersby, who bravely testified against him in court. but in scenes filmed this week, harvey was seen bleeding from a head wound as he broke out of a prison van while wearing handcuffs. The escape, expected to air on the ITV soap later this autumn, came after the vehicle overturned. harvey was jailed earlier this year after Leanne, played by Jane Danson, teamed up with police to protect her son Simon, who had been lured into working for him. but Mellor, 45, had hinted that harvey’s jail sentence wouldn’t be the last viewers see of him, teasing: “Can’t get rid of me that easy.” iMPoRTaNT Recycling Brits getting message on recycling by RicHaRD JeNKiNS THE average Brit will recycle almost one quarter of a million items over the course of their lifetime. A survey found the average person will put 16,380 plastic bottles, 15,397 cardboard boxes and 12,448 yoghurt pots in their recycling over the typical lifespan of 63 years. A further 31,449 tins and cans, 15,069 envelopes and 12,776 glass bottles will also be recycled along with 8845 newspapers and 5896 pizza boxes, drink maker Robinsons found. Charlie White, brand director, said: “Helping consumers make more sustainable choices is important to us and that is why we have pledged to make all Robinsons bottles from 100 per cent rPET [recycled plastic] by the end of 2022.” Piers nut guilty by aSHleigH RaiNbiRD Piers Morgan says he had to walk off Good Morning Britain’s set to avoid headbutting “deputy standin weather guy” Alex Beresford. The pair were embroiled in a heated debate over Morgan’s comments about Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah, which received more than 50,000 complaints to Ofcom. M o r g a n stepped down when ITV asked him to apologise and he refused, which he says he does not regret. But he admits he feels he should not have reacted as dramatically to Alex’s comments. “It was wrong,” he said at this week’s Morgan felt like giving Alex ‘Glasgow kiss’ TRIC awards. “I shouldn’t have walked off the show when I did... because the deputy stand-in weather guy says something annoying. I wasn’t quite in control of my faculties. It was either that or give him a Glasgow kiss. “I decided that wouldn’t go down very well.” Morgan hasn’t spoken to Alex baTTle Piers with Susanna and, left, Alex since because, he added, “he was annoying enough when I worked with him – why would I bother now?” Alex previously said he wished Piers well but that the pair “have to agree to disagree” over Meghan’s interview. Yesterday, Morgan announced he was set to return to TV – with a new show, billed for early 2022 – in part of a global deal. He told his Twitter followers the programme, which will air on talkTV in the UK, USA and Australia, will be an “adventure”. And Morgan admitted he now doesn’t watch GMB “often”, adding: “One of the privileges of not doing it is I haven’t got to get out of bed that early. “I don’t watch it that often. If they’ve got something big, I’ll watch it – I want them to be successful. “It’s a show I put my heart and soul into for five years – you don’t want it to fail. “Obviously it’s a different show without me – they have to try and somehow struggle through.”

Page 26 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Girlfriend leads tributes to her ‘rock’ as body is found emmy nominee TRageDy Alexander Fox TrIBuTeS have been paid to Alexander Fox after police found a body after a missing person appeal. His girlfriend Amy Watson posted pictures and videos on social media of the 19-year-old, known as Sasha to pals. She also posted a heartbreaking tribute to her “rock.” Amy wrote: “The most beautiful boy that ever lived. by DaviD walKeR He was my rock, my best friend, the love of my life. “The kindest soul and the sweetest heart and the loveliest person to everyone.” Tributes to Sasha, from from Benderloch, Argyll and Bute, also poured in online from friends and family. One former school mate wrote: “Very sorry to hear this, Sasha was in my class in primary school, sending my condolences to his family.” While another wrote: “I’ll never forget you.” Sasha’s body was found near a village in Argyll, with Police Scotland confirming the tragic news on Wednesday. They said in a statement: “There are no suspicious circumstances and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.” READER OFFER YOU COULD SAVE £216 ON ENERGY BILLS Are you one of the millions of UK households currently overpaying on their energy bills? On behalf of our loyal readers, we’ve partnered with one of the UK’s most trusted energy switching brands to create the Mirror Energy Campaign - built with our readers in mind and designed to find you the best new deals, we could save you up to a huge £216* on your energy bill. We do all the hard work for you... so why not start saving today? FIND OUT HOW EASY IT IS TO SWITCH AND SAVE... VISIT DAILYRECORD.CO.UK/ENERGYSWITCH OR CALL 0800 049 2435 *Between 1 July 2020 and 31 December 2020, people who switched energy supplier for both gas & electricity with Uswitch saved an average of £216.

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 27 on ReTURn oF HiT SHoW PoPUlaR Gillian alongside the cast of Sex Education ReTURN Gillian as Jean in series three of Sex Education and as Scully in The Ex-Files with David Duchovny who played Mulder by RicK FUlToN GILLIAN Anderson has had to battle aliens and the supernatural in The X-Files and disdain as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown. And now she has to deal with “ageist, misogynist” comments as an older pregnant female in the third series of Netflix’s Sex Education which begins streaming from today. The 53-year-old stars as sex therapist Dr Jean F Milburn, whose son Otis (Asa Butterfield) struggles with her job but often asks for relationship and sex advice in the brutally honest series about horny teens. At the end of series two, viewers discovered that Jean was pregnant with Jakob Nyman’s baby, despite Jakob (Mikael Persbrandt) having had a vasectomy. The new series opens with her seven months pregnant. Gillian – who has three children of her own, daughter Piper, 26, with her first husband and sons Oscar, 14, and Felix, 12, with a former partner – said: “We find her struggling with how to share that information with Jakob. “Jean is stressed as it is with being pregnant in her late 40s, and navigating the judgment she gets from people – she fields some ageist, misogynist comments this season that are quite surprising to her. “It’s a real hurdle for Jean and a real hurdle that Playing older mum was an Gillian Anderson talks about role as therapist, who faces misogyny and ageism in latest series of Netflix smash women face in real life.” The storyline was inspired by creator Laurie Nunn’s own mum, who had her siblings when she was older. Nunn said: “I was really interested in exploring the judgment from society that women face when they have babies later in life. “I watched my mum deal with similar experiences. Women still have to justify the choices we make about our own bodies.” It’s not the first time Gillian has played a character who becomes pregnant despite life being complicated enough. In the seventh series of The X-Files, she found out she was pregnant with partner Mulder’s (David Duchovny) baby as he was abducted by aliens. In the second series of the show’s reboot in 2018, Scully found she was expecting again – at the age of 54. For Sex Education, Gillian had to wear a prosthetic belly – and she was thrilled at the level of d e t a i l , w h i c h included a piercing Main run on Gillian Anderson, then breakout on Scots boy hit gold with the timing.”The actor won a BAFTA Scotland best actor award for the role of openly gay character Eric Effiong, who is now in a relationship with his former bully Adam Groff (Connor Swindells). He and Connor had an intimacy coordinator for their physical scenes which he admits were hard given they were doing them during the pandemic restrictions. scar from the belly button rings she wore when she was younger. She said: “The level of detail they put into this belly was so amazing that they even included a little dark spot to mimic my o l d b e l l y button ring piercing.” Gillian went from filming the fourth series of The Crown as Margaret Thatcher back to playing Jean in Sex We’re ready to have a proper conversation about sex BRITAIN is ready to talk about sex, reckons Scots actor Ncuti Gatwa. The break-out star of Sex Education, 28, who was born in Rawanda and brought up in Edinburgh and Dunfermline, said: “We’re expanding so many conversations regarding gender and sexuality and I think Sex Education just ACCLAIM Ncuti A real hurdle for Jean that women face in real life PRAISE Gillian as Thatcher He laughed: “Blocking a sex scene with someone while remaining two metres apart? There were new breath mints this year, which was very exciting.” In the third series Eric travels to Nigeria, where homosexuality is illegal, for a family wedding. Ncuti said: “I’m not Nigerian, so I felt very strongly that this aspect of his story had to be done authentically. When I was 15, I went back to Rwanda for the first time after leaving when I was a kid, and touching the soil there and knowing that this is where I come from, these are my roots, was such a powerful moment for me. Going back home to Africa is such a powerful experience for Africans. And quite often, when we talk about LGBTQ storylines on TV, they’re focused on white characters.” Education when the show began filming in September last year. Her portrayal of the former Conservative Prime Minister was lauded and has won a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award . She is up for an Emmy at this Sunday’s awards ceremony in the outstanding support actress in a drama series category. If she wins, it’ll be her second Emmy – 24 years after she won for her role as Dana Scully in The X-Files. The success of her Thatcher characterisation is down to her making sure she put to one side any pre-judgments on her part or worries about what people thought about the divisive leader. She added: “You really just have to focus on the framework of the story and within that try and stay true to the human being.” But playing such a character was difficult to shake. Gillian said: “It might just be me, but I think there were definitely a couple of moments where it felt like Margaret Thatcher snuck into Jean a little bit — mostly just facial expressions I hope!” For Sex Education fans there is a surprising final scene with Jean which shocked Gillian. She said: “I think I gasped when I first read it. “But you’ve got to keep Jean interesting, right? “And this ending will make for good future scenes and good future conflicts.” ● The third series of Sex Education starts streaming on Netflix from today. yoUNgeR yeaRS Ncuti

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INSIDE Strictly bargain grub for night in front of box 32&33 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK PLUS daily record 17.09.2021 Dance legends Orbital all set for Scots fest 36&37 life. Page 31 ediTed By SaLLy mcLEaN Deborah Mitchell massages the jowls and manipulates the jaws of some of the most famous faces in the world. Victoria Beckham, Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Claudia Schiffer and even Simon Cowell all trust her with their skin concerns. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, whose peachy complexion belies her 74 years, is a devotee and friend. Kate Middleton had one of Deborah’s famous bee venom facials just days before her wedding. It’s hard to imagine Deborah, 55, whose mother’s family is from Coatbridge, padding around the palace or swapping red carpet gossip with the AAA list. Her family left Lanarkshire and moved to Telford. Deborah, who is dyslexic, was bullied at school and suffered from severe acne. Now she has built a multi-million-pound business from her kitchen table beauty products – but without adding the airs and graces that the applier of the royal face pack might be expected to pick up. “I want my brand Heaven to be accessible to anyone,” she said on a recent visit to Glasgow. “That’s why it’s packaged at all price points. You can buy 10mls and feel really special. “It’s exactly the same cream that the top celebrities use. It’s not available everywhere, you have to buy it in an approved salon or directly from us.” Heaven products are certainly not pocket money prices but, in the bonkers world of super-luxe skincare, they are far from the priciest lotions and potions available. The entry-level bee venom mask, suitable for people whose skins are not yet used to being frozen by Deborah’s organic answer to Botox, is £86.50. This does rise to £352 for the most potent mask, which sounds like madness until you compare it to brands like Creme de la Mer, where a pot of mere moisturiser can cost £300. Abeetoxin, the ingredient that makes customers reach for their credit cards, was inspired by Deborah’s sister’s hives. After much trial and error, she came up with a mix of bee venom, Manuka honey and botulism Face cream of the crop Scots beautician to celebrities tells aNNa BURNSIDE about building her own brand harvested from bee hives. It controls the facial muscles to give a powerful temporary face-lifting effect. Since it has been patented, many other brands have attempted to do something similar. Recently Deborah has introduced nettles as a plant-based alternative. It’s also patented, as Nettatoxin. “I pick the nettle tips myself, brew them, do something witchy with them,” she said. This ingredient is particularly effective on puffy eyes. Like many of her most FaMoUS clieNT Deborah & Tess Daly successful products, this came to her while she was asleep. “I dream them up,” she said. She might be joking when she describes the nettle harvesting process but there is something supernatural about the way Deborah can diagnose a skin issue. “You grind your teeth,” she said to one client as soon as they are introduced. “We will do something about that.” There is a two-year waiting list for an appointment with Deborah at I want my brand to be accessible to anyone iN DeMaND Deborah in action and with television star Peter Andre, pictured below her HQ in Shropshire, near her barn-conversion home. The spa has its own helipad so Simon Cowell-level clients can pop in. And although she has trained therapists all over the world there is something special knowing that the X Factor supremo’s pores have been examined in exactly the same way. The nettles, venom, hylauronic acid and essential oils clearly work. Deborah’s masterstroke is to give them an air of exclusivity. In an Amazon-dominated world when just about everything is two clicks away, that makes her the queen bee. fashion maths. By Fiora mcFarlane Bags of style without spending bags of cash + + + + = £119 £99 £35.99 £45 £295 Boots zara.com Parka hush-uk.com Knitted dress hm.com leather bumbag marksandspencer.com Boots russellandbromley.co.uk

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cash queens. with Ruki Sayid & Tricia Phillips 32&33 NIBBLES • Nocellara olives (200g), Waitrose, were £3.50, now £2.33 SAVE: £1.17 • Hardys Voyage Shiraz Mourvedre (75cl), Co-op, was £11, now £9 SAVE: £2 • Pendium prosecco (75cl), Asda, was £9, now £7 SAVE: £2 • KP peanuts salt and vinegar (225g), Asda, were £2.65, now £2 SAVE 65p • Pringles hot paprika (200g), Tesco, £2.50 or £1.50 with Clubcard SAVE: £1 It’s Strictly tums full... TIPPLES • Peroni Nastro Azzurro (12x33cl), Waitrose, was £16.50, now £14 SAVE: £2.50 • Propercorn lightly sea salted popcorn (70g), Sainsbury’s, was £1.60, now £1 SAVE: 60p • Mini Babybels (6x20g), Iceland, were £1.95, now 97p SAVE: 98p WE’RE already humming the catchy theme tune and can’t wait for the sequins and glitter when Strictly Come Dancing returns to our screens tomorrow night. As the stars get ready to meet their pro-partners, who has the time to prepare a meal when it’s quicker to heat-and-eat with nibbles and tipples on the side? It’s the perfect excuse for a big night in and we’ve found a basketful of bargains to save you money as well as slaving over a hot stove – with family favourites from curry and pasta to yummy puds and treats. We’re going nowhere as we switch on BBC 1 and settle down to watch hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman introduce the glitziest show on the box. So get shopping for a night of bopping! * All prices correct at time of going to press. • Badia San Mercuriale pinot grigio delle Venezie (75cl), Iceland, £5.95, or two for £10 SAVE: £1.90 • Kylie Minogue rose wine (75cl), Tesco, £9 or £7 with Clubcard SAVE: £2 • Cottage pie (450g), Morrisons, £2.75 or three for £7 SAVE: £1.25 MAINS • Chicken tikka masala and rice (450g), Tesco, £2.50 or three for £6 with Clubcard SAVE: £1.50 • Piccolino spicy lasagne (500g), Iceland, £3 or two for £5 SAVE: £1 • Buffalo chicken and waffle fries (520g), Iceland, were £3, two for £5 SAVE: £1 SIDES • Pizza Express dough balls, Waitrose, were £3, now £1.50 SAVE: £1.50 • Piri piri chicken wings (360g), Marks & Spencer, £3 or three for £7 SAVE: £2 PUDS • Vimto cheesecake (400g), Iceland, was £3, now £2 SAVE: £1 • Haagen-Dazs salted caramel ice cream (460ml), Tesco, £4.50 or £2.95 with Clubcard SAVE: £1.55 • Raspberry trifle (600g), Sainsbury’s, was £2.50, now £2 SAVE: 50p • Italian macaroni cheese (800g), Asda, was £3.50, now £3 SAVE: 50p Click & save If you’re fed-up with wonky pictures or shelves, a laser level will show you straight lines to follow so you don’t have to look sideways again. Also useful when hanging wallpaper or any DIY job that needs a neat finish. ManoMano.co. uk has knocked the cost of a Hychika laser level down from £52.99 to £22.99 – straight up. • Young’s Admiral’s pie (300g), Sainsbury’s, was £1.50, now £1 SAVE: 50p Stock up Doing the washing at the weekend is painful enough but Iceland is soft soaping shoppers with half-price deals on wash day items. Persil non bio 3-in-1 capsules (15) and Comfort ultimate care fuchsia passion fabric conditioner (870ml) are both down from £5 to £2.50. And Persil non-bio washing liquid detergent (648ml) is also slashed by 50% to £3 from £6. • Taste the Difference coleslaw (600g), Sainsbury’s, was £2.40, now £1.60 SAVE: 80p • Fling Mexican inspired salad kit (290g), Tesco, £2 or £1.50 with Clubcard SAVE: 50p Snack staples are on offer, with Birds Eye original potato waffles (567g) sliced from £1.50 to £1, John West tuna chunks in spring water (4x145g) slide by 50p to £3, and Cathedral City extra mature Cheddar cheese (350g) is £3, or pick up two for £5. And if you’re in need of a treat, Cadbury raspberry mini rolls (10) are down by 50p to £1.50 while Mars ice cream bars (4x51ml) are £2 or two for £3. • Mr Kipling golden syrup sponge puddings (2x95g), Asda, were £1.67, now £1.25 SAVE: 42p What’s new? Make bathtime more fun by moulding your own bath bombs with Create kits just launched by ethical beauty chain Lush. Choose from fairy and bear for sweeter scents or robot and dino for a citrus fragrance. The kits cost £12 each and come with all the ingredients to press into colourful fizzing characters that you may want to keep rather than dissolve. • Remeo gelato dessert tiramisu (430ml), Waitrose, was £6.49, now £4.85 SAVE: £1.64

life. 34 d a i l y r e c o r d 1 7 . 0 9 . 2 0 2 1 DearColeen.. The sTraighT-Talking problem page email dearcoleen@dailyrecord.co.uk I’m scaRED Of sTanDIng Up TO sTROppy wIfE Dear Coleen I WOULD to find out how I can be more assertive with my wife. I always end up backing down because I can’t stand the grief that comes with challenging her on anything. She either shouts and screams or sulks for days. It’s a very one-sided relationship – basically I do what I’m told or there’s hell to pay. I’m sick of this unequal balance and I feel she doesn’t respect me at all. It never used to be like this. What has gone wrong and what can I do about it? Coleen says DON’T enable it. I understand you back down all the time for an easier life, but it’s not really making life any easier for you in the long term because you’re deeply unhappy. I don’t know why things changed – that’s something for you to think about and discuss. However, when she starts shouting, walk out. You should refuse to stay and listen – explain you will when she’s calm. She’s almost behaving like a spoilt, naughty child and if she screams and shouts, she’ll get her own way. And the same goes for the sulking. It’s just about standing up for yourself, not in an aggressive or confrontational way. Explain that unless she can talk to you calmly and with respect (as an adult), then you don’t want to have the conversation. problems? Accused of messing about with school mum’s bloke Dear Coleen I’VE found myself in a really awkward situation and don’t know what to do about it. When I collect my daughter from school, I chat to one of the dads in her class, who’s a nice guy. We’re always joking around and, to be frank, I’d rather speak to him than most of the mums. Sometimes I’ll give him a lift back home after drop-off if the weather’s bad, as he usually walks his daughter to school. To cut a long story short, his wife came up to me in the playground the other day and accused me of “messing about” with her husband! I was so shocked, I actually laughed. She started going on about “cosy chats” at school and inviting him into my car. I basically told her that her suspicions couldn’t be any further from the truth and advised her to take it up with her husband, and then I made a swift exit. However, I feel really angry that I’ve been accused of something I didn’t do and wouldn’t do, as I have a husband and kids. This guy is just someone I pass time with on the school run. What you say I’d like to reply to the man who’s worried about taking on his girlfriend’s kids (Dear Coleen, September 13). For what it’s worth, I took on my wife and her four boys when I was 27. My mother was dubious as well, but it’s worked out great. We’ve been married for 47 years, had a son of our own, and now have 29 grandchildren. My life is brilliant and it was the best thing I ever did. At times, life has been a bit up and down, but I expected that. The decision is yours, but I would say go for it. Phil, by email always TOO TIRED OR BUsy TO HaVE sEX Dear Coleen I’M a 34-year-old mum of two with a full-time job and, the upshot is, I never have the time or energy to have sex with my husband. We’re lucky if we do it once a month. While neither of us seems particularly bothered that we do it so infrequently, I know deep down that it’s not good for our relationship in the long term. Any tips on how to revive things? Coleen says YOU have to make the time – even if it’s just a couple of hours a week to spend together. What about when the kids go to bed? When children come along, it’s a work in progress and it’s easy to ignore the fact that you’re a couple. Sex doesn’t have to be every day but, if the lack of it is “I’m angry I’ve been accused of something I didn’t do worrying you, then tell your hubby you don’t want to lose the intimate side of your relationship. The good thing is, you’ve realised now that it could become a problem, so sit down and work it out. With sex, I always think the more you have it, the more you want it. So, while you might have to make an effort initially, you’ll get into a rhythm. If all you feel should I do – tell him about the confrontation or just keep quiet and avoid him in the future? Coleen says THIS isn’t your problem and it sounds to me as if his wife has incredible trust issues. Maybe he’s had an affair in the past or she’s been hurt by someone else. Perhaps she thinks he fancies you and maybe he’s got form. Equally, though, you don’t want to get dragged into their mess and caught in the crossfire when it’s really nothing to do with you. I’d speak to guy and explain that you don’t want to cause a problem between him and his wife. If he wants more details, then explain that she told you she’s not happy with him talking to you or being in your car. I don’t think I would stop being friendly with him but just take a step back for your own sake and leave the two of them to sort it out. It also sounds as if one or more parents at the school are stirring things up a bit, which could be another reason for his wife’s anger. like doing at the end of the day is flopping on the couch, then flop on the couch together. Sometimes you get home at night and feel exhausted, but why not get a babysitter? Once you make an effort to go out, you’ll enjoy yourself. I’m sure when you first met, you were staying up until all hours and still getting up for work the next day. Tell Coleen Nolan about them and she’ll give you an honest answer… every weekday in the Daily Record If you have a problem, write to: Dear Coleen, Daily Record, One Central Quay, Glasgow G3 8DA or email dearcoleen@dailyrecord.co.uk. I cannot reply personally.

social life. 35 d a i l y r e c o r d 1 7 . 0 9 . 2 0 2 1 skip intro Ones to watch on streaming services By aNNa BUrNSide SEX EDUCATION IT’S time to re-enter the sometimes annoying world of Moordale Secondary. But with Gillian Anderson, Asa Butterworth and Ncuti Gatwa on screen, it’s possible to forget the plot holes and enjoy. On Netflix from today. netflix apple tv TECH IT OUT WarioWare: Get it toGether! FORGET mini games – it’s all about micro games this week on the Nintendo Switch. WarioWare: Get It Together! is a breath of fresh air on the handheld console and brings a whole new meaning to the triedand-tested genre. The long story, short, is that Wario has created his own video game only for the blinking thing to get infected by computer bugs. As is customary in this kind of situation, Wario and his work buddies get mysteriously sucked into the game itself. And they are tasked with WARIO bITTEN by THE bUGS playing their way back out, cleaning the game of any gremlins in a series of fun micro games in the process. In fact, there are more than 200 missions in this new Switch hit. You’ll be asked to yank out a bloke’s armpit hair, fight your way out of a bin bag, or simply turn on a light switch while stuck in complete darkness. WarioWare has absurdity at its heart. And the speed of the game, plus its generous amount of wildly differing micro games, make it a fun title to play over and over with pals. iPhone 13 is so lucky for some apple launches its new range and the impressive upgrades will blow you away THE MORNING SHOW APPLE TV’s flagship drama has become the compelling reason to get yet another streaming service. Series two out today, with Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston shining. now tv APPLE has unleashed its new iPhone 13 range with these devices now letting you shoot films like a Hollywood pro. The latest smartphones include a Cinematic mode which adds stunning depth effects and automatic and Tinseltown focus changes. The dual rear camera has also been improved with better image stabilisation making night shots look crystal clear. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini also get a faster A15 bionic processor, bigger battery and an improved OLED XDR screen which brings punchy colours and richer blacks to your nightly Netflix binge. Apple is also adding more storage and some extra colours to choose from but not increasing prices, with 128GB models starting from £679. If you want the best iPhone in town then there are also new Pro In pInk Apple’s colourful range of upgrades and Pro Max models launching next week.These premium devices get a stutter-free 120Hz screen, better battery life and a more powerful processor. There’s also an upgrade to the triple rear camera which not only offers better zoom and wide-angle shots but also pin-sharp close-ups. Prices for Pro start from £949, although the new Pro Max, with a whopping 1TB of storage, will leave a giant £1500 hole in your bank account. Ouch! Along with these iPhones, Apple also announced a new iPad mini, with this tablet getting a mighty redesign. Gone are the chunky bezels, with the 8.3in screen pushing closer to the edge of the aluminium chassis. There are also some powerful A15 brains bringing a slick experience to this tablet, 5G data speeds and the front-facing camera gets Centre Stage technology which follows you around so you always stay in shot during video calls. The iPad mini comes in four colours including Pink, Starlight and Purple, with prices starting from £479. Finally, there’s an upgrade to the Apple Watch which sees it get a bigger screen and new colours. GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE KAREN Gillan stars in an OTT all-female take on the John Wick movies. She is a rogue assassin with a schoolgirl in tow, forced to reconcile with her own mother (Lena Hadley) – also a professional killer. Out today. ● FACEBOOK has joined forces with Ray-Ban to produce some hi-tech new specs. The Stories shades feature a tiny camera in the frames. It allows users to snap photos and short videos without reaching for their phones. The Ray-Bans then link straight to an app allowing a simple way to post footage and pics from your face straight to social media. The Ray-Ban Stories will be out soon and cost £299. ● YOUR Sky Q remote is getting more features, with a simple voice control allowing apps to be switched simply by asking. That means, for example, you can jump from an episode of WandaVision on Disney+ to a quick workout via Fiit – without having to scroll through endless menus. There are also now more ways to record your favourite TV. Just grab your remote, hit the voice button and say “record” or “record this” while watching live TV. And that’s not all, as the Sky Go app has also had a reboot. There’s now a bunch of extras including Sky Sports Recap. It is available now on iOS.

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The rave pioneer brothers, Phil and Paul Hartnoll, whose first tune Chime was released in 1989, will be playing next Friday before The Libertines and James while Culture Club headline Saturday and Nile Rodgers & Chic round off the Glasgow Rouken Glen event on the Sunday. Here, Phil takes us round and round... What has Scotland been like for Orbital? We absolutely love Scotland. Everytime we’ve been there from Pure back in the 90s in Edinburgh to the Barrowland which is a place close to our heart. We’ve had some brilliant times there so really looking forward to Playground. You worked with Tilda Swinton on the video for The Box in 1996 and now she is a Hollywood superstar. How did that collaboration come about? The connection with Tilda Swinton was Luke Closia, the guy that directed the movie. He knew her and when I went to see her filming she was brilliant. I love her. She was Indy inspired caper is a hoot LUPIN III: The first (Cert 12) ◆◆◆◆ CROSSING Indiana Jones quest to retrieve a with sugar-loaded anime mysterious artefact. Lupin III is a visual treat and During World War II, a thrilling hoot. the Nazis fail to steal a Based on the Lupin III precious diary from manga series written and archaeologist Professor illustrated by Monkey Bresson, which is Punch, aka Kazuhiko Kato, supposedly a map to a who died in 2019, writerdirector Takashi Yamazaki’s Many years later, the priceless treasure. computer-animated caper grandson of France’s follows a dapper gentleman famous thief Arsene thief on a globe-trotting Lupin –himself a thief – GET ACTIVE The graphics might be basic it doesn’t stop this game being fun Arsene Lupin III (voiced by Kanichi Kurita) attempts to pilfer the diary from a memorial exhibition, only to be thwarted by a female security guard. He escapes incarceration thanks to his friends Daisuke Jigen (Kiyoshi Kobayashi) and Goemon Ishikawa XIII (Daisuke Namikawa). Lupin III vows to unlock dvd the secrets of Bresson’s diary before shadowy forces can harness its power to resurrect the Third Reich. Old fans will enjoy the nods to the past but new fans will just enjoy the thrilling ride. ● Available from Monday on DVD £19.99/Blu-ray £24.99. RICK FULTON Going round Playground Get fit while you are having a blast FAMILY TRAINER (SWITCH) ◆◆◆ Q&a Dance legends Orbital on playing Glasgow gig, 30 years in the business and life in lockdown absolutely fantastic because it was a stop-frame animation. The director didn’t think about it but she was slowly moving her face. She was absolutely amazing and now rightly so. She’s a Hollywood superstar because she is a brilliant actress, ORBITAL Have you played since the pandemic or is this your first gig in how many months? I have been shielding because I am high risk. It’s official. For the last 18 months. We played a gig in Manchester for the Hacienda. It was basically for filming really for streaming. There were about 200 Orbital fans there all in their little pens and been ordered not to drink vertically. So that was odd, very very intimate, then we got the plug by RICK FULTON pulled on us because people were jumping around too much and they didn’t want to get into trouble. So this will be the first proper gig. March 2019 was the last proper gig we did. So I’m really looking forward to it. How was lockdown for you? Really bad. Didn’t know who I was any more. Very difficult because I live this life of Orbital and a lot of my socialising was when I’m out and about doing gigs. When that stopped I sort of didn’t have anything, I didn’t realise until it was taken away. So it was pretty difficult, yeah. I bought four cats which did the trick. Paul is different. He kept busy. It was the start of your 30th anniversary celebrations in 2019 but it was curtailed because of Covid. This year is the GETTING a six-pack is unlikely but Family Trainer makes fitness fun and is a great way to move players off the sofa and get sweaty. If you are yet to brave the gym post-lockdown, Family Trainer might be a gentle step to ease you in – and with 15 mini games that get you jumping and flapping about, it is a lot of fun too. Motion detection in the Switch controllers are used to keep track of your performance while strapped to your legs. The 30th anniversary of your debut album, though, so is the party back on? The party is back on. It’s called 30-something now. I think it’s coming out early next year so it’s definitely 30-something. It is little celebratory remixes from David Holme and John Hopkins and all sorts of wonderful things there. Followed by a new Orbital album shortly after. Did you ever think as a rave act you’d be talking about your music 30 years later? No I didn’t, I gave myself a year when it started. Will Playground set be greatest hits or remembering the first album? Our set is a mixture of all sorts of tracks over the years and a couple of new ones. We are trying out Treadmill first. It’s not really been homed in but that’s why we’re trying it live. Have you got a special game activities vary from kayaking to obstacle-filled races. As with anything this active, it is a case of more the merrier, so multiplayer takes it to another sweaty level allowing you to team up on some challenges while competing against each other elsewhere. The graphics are basic, a la original Wii version, but that is fine for something like this. JAMIE HARRIS

d a i l y r e c o r d 1 7 . 0 9 . 2 0 2 1 36&37 FEEL GOOD Movie is a joy Musical flick makes you feel fab EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE (Cert 12A) ◆◆◆◆ EVERYBODY’S Talking About Jamie is almost two hours of unabashed pure joy, which preaches acceptance and self-love with the same sequinned fury as The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert and Kinky Boots. A defiantly, feel-fabulous film version of the awardwinning coming-of-age musical written by Tom MacRae, with music courtesy of Dan Gillespie Sells from The Feeling. Theatre director Jonathan Butterell makes his feature film debut with a faithful stage-to-screen adaptation, expanding the rousing song and dance numbers beyond the classrooms and hallways of a secondary school in Sheffield to follow the out and proud 16-year-old hero Jamie New (Max Harwood) as he chases a dream of attending the end-of-year prom as his authentic self, in heels and a dress – a gift from his supportive mother, Margaret (Sarah Lancashire). Jamie turns to Hugo Battersby (Richard E Grant), aka drag doyenne Loco Chanelle, to help him step Rally round and get all revved up WRC 10 (XBOX, PLAYSTATION, PC) ◆◆◆◆ STYLISH The graphics in WRC10 are sharp, realistic and have a beautiful feel A MUST for fans of the championship with fitting celebrations of the past, fit for next--gen consoles of today. This edition of WRC 10 is pretty special because it marks the 50th anniversary of the championship. And with it, the game has stepped back in time with classic moments – including Acropolis, San Remo, Germany and Argentina – that are bound to delight fans, as well as many of the legendary cars film confidently into the spotlight. Of course a film like this isn’t all brightness and light and Ralph Ineson plays Jamie’s estranged, homophobic father who cruelly confesses: “I wanted a son so badly and I got you.” This film will certainly have people talking. ● Released today and also on Amazon Prime Video. RICK FULTON RAVE PIONEERS Brothers Phil & Paul Hartnoll are still going strong version of Orbital head torches? Own brand or just nip to B&Q? We have got an upgraded version of our torch glasses, made very simple really – just attached LED lights around the frames of our glasses. Not rocket science. Brothers in bands like Oasis and Kiks haven’t always worked out. What’s the secret? We have split up about three times over the years. We have had our fall-out. What’s the secret? Not to be passive aggressive, I would say, and to talk about things. Try and get them out. ● Playground is on next Friday to Sunday at Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow. For more info go to: www.playgroundfestival. co.uk game that made the early years, from the Lancia Stratos to the A110 Berlinette. But it’s not all backwards; there is a lot of focus on the new too, with four 2021 rallies added for Estonia, Croatia, Belgium and Spain, which look and play beautifully, especially with the DualSense feedback on the controllers. There is plenty to delve into with the career mode as well. JAMIE HARRIS WELCOME RETURN Chicago at the King’s Theatre Chicago is all go CHICAGO KING’S THEATRE, GLASGOW, 13.09 AFTER being dark for 545 days the curtains finally came up on the King’s razzle dazzle once more. And how the audience loved it, whooping and hollering until the last actor left the stage. With big numbers like All That Jazz, Cell Block Tango, When You’re Good to Mama and We Both Reached for the Gun in the opening act, the love affair with musicals was rekindled very quickly. Darren Day was perfect as obsequious lawyer Billy Flynn. Unusually Roxie Biffy roars back BIFFY CLYRO GLASGOW GREEN, 09.09 TO every person in the 50,000 crowd this was more than a gig – this was a celebration of new beginnings. A chance to release all the pent-up frustration, anger and sorrow from the past 18-plus months – there were tears, lots of them. People were crying and hugging strangers and there were roars of delirious joy when Simon, Ben and James finally took to the stage a year late for their triumphant return. Kicking off with It’s a hot potato SPUDS BEACON ARTS CENTRE 11.09 ON paper, Spuds sounds beyond bonkers. A corner shop owner from Glasgow’s west end spills Irn-Bru on his chips and inadvertently invents a highly addictive recreational drug. His riches to rags story, including more murders than a Taggart episode, is mostly told in 90 minutes. In song. Spuds is a joy. There is enormous energy from the three-strong cast. Richard Conlon, playing Highburgh Road’s answer to Walter White, has a strong ◆◆◆◆ Hart wasn’t blonde but there was no mistaking the femme fatale on stage with former Corrie favourite Faye Brookes a delight with delicious humour. The loudest applause by far was for Divina de Campo’s Mary Sunshine. Having a proper drag star portray her gave it an edge. While Sinitta gave Mama Morton a right good go. ● Chicago runs until tomorrow in Glasgow before moving to Aberdeen from Monday and Edinburgh from September 27. VIVIENNE AITKEN ◆◆◆◆◆ North of No South, through a wave of sound and pyrotechnics, Scotland’s favourites took us out of the dark days of lockdown into the light as the crowd became one voice singing along to Biffy classics like Biblical and Who’s Got a Match. The emotional encore started with Different People with fireworks. This was what we all needed, we’d forgotten how good it could be to feel alive – Biffy reminded us. AARON HEWAT music theatre ◆◆◆◆ voice and comedy moves. He’s supported by Joanne McGuinness and Ewan Somers in all the other parts – a mother and her spoiled princess daughter, a chunky chip shop owner and a Daily Record reporter with a mysterious and unexplained American accent. Who knew a bag of chips and a bottle of ginger could be so much fun? ● On until October 2. See sleepingwarriortheatre. com ANNA BURNSIDE theatre

Page 38 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 puzzles&cartoons. coffeE break corner NINER Each number from 1 to 9 represents a different letter. Solve the clues and insert the letters in the appropriate squares to discover a word which uses all nine letters. 34857 gives a fabric fold 98612 gives a tough fabric 41686 gives a fabric 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SUMMIT UP If the number in each triangle is the sum of the two below, what is the top number? 5 sudoku EASY 17 ANSWERS 7 10 15 12 2 42 94 cartoons WORDSQUARE WORD LADDER C G H W E I R N N Using the central letter and at least three others, how many words can you find? Plurals, proper nouns and hyphenated words are not allowed, and there is at least one nine-letter word. Target: 30 - good; 40 - very good; 50 or more - excellent EVENS Insert any digit from 1 to 9 in the squares so that the numbers in each row and column add up to the given totals. No digits may be repeated within a row or column, and only even numbers may be placed in grey squares. NINER IMPLANTED SUMMIT up 94 WORDSQUARE WRENCHING EVENS 7968, 2619, 4826, 1432 WORD LADDER One possible solution is: Turn, Torn, Born, Bore, Bare, Bark, Back. 9 4 6 7 6 7 1 5 8 7 5 2 4 4 6 1 6 3 9 4 2 1 8 6 8 52 25 27 7 5 8 6 7 2 6 4 5 3 8 6 3 7 medium 2 6 9 8 4 7 7 6 3 5 9 3 7 5 Change one letter at a time (but not the position of any letter) to make a new word – and move from the word at the top of the box to the word at the bottom using the exact number of rungs. T U R N B A C K 14 27 12 25 6 8 7 8 2 1 9 8 6 4 2 7 2 9 5 8 30 18 20 10 8 4 wee thinker Across 7 Somehow dares to be criticised (7) 9 Steamy smell I would pursue (5) 10 Lacking time in trial of police weapon (5) 11 Find a French soil (7) 12 Digit to learn about with hesitation (7) 14 Mate chased around college (4) 17 Deity is mentioned twice (4) 18 Struggle to get prisoner to nurse (7) 20 Nice fan arranged funds (7) 22 Knock over small tablet (5) 23 Incident in prevention (5) 24 Group lunacy (7) Down 1 Imagine rep upsetting nurse (7) 2 Fruit considered as a must at school (8) 3 Celebrity in custard (4) 4 Warn that rate then was different (8) 5 Leader in the mirror (4) answers 8 1 2 9 7 5 4 3 6 6 2 4 7 8 1 5 9 3 1 4 8 2 6 9 3 5 7 EASY 9 8 5 6 4 2 1 7 3 2 5 9 4 1 7 3 6 8 5 9 4 7 2 6 8 3 1 3 7 4 8 2 9 5 5 3 2 6 4 1 8 2 9 5 7 1 4 6 8 7 3 1 9 6 7 4 6 1 9 3 2 5 8 6 7 4 8 3 2 9 1 5 3 2 7 4 8 1 5 6 9 MEDIUM 9 5 4 1 6 3 7 8 2 8 1 7 5 3 9 4 2 6 6 7 5 3 4 8 2 9 1 3 1 2 7 8 5 6 4 9 8 3 1 9 5 6 4 2 7 1 6 8 5 9 3 2 7 4 quickie 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 6 Hid a hotel round part of USA (5) 8 Drink to best dairy product (6,5) 13 Notes are different in echo (8) 15 Credit European with bad habits and cracks (8) 16 I would so lie about heroworship (7) 16 19 Volunteer leaving with hesitation (5) 21 One editor has requirement (4) 22 Thus get attorney some pop (4) Across 1 Respond (5) 6 Flies high (5) 9 Traditional Irish game (7) 10 Cutlery item (5) 11 Oily fruit (5) 12 Light boat (5) 13 Facetious (7) 15 Epoch (3) 17 Peepers (4) 18 Rue (6) 19 Male voice (5) 20 Minor earthquake (6) 22 Sit for an artist (4) 24 Affirmative (3) 25 Kneecap (7) 26 Occurring at the end (5) 27 Dance to this (5) 28 Money resources (5) 29 Plunders (7) 30 Insurgent (5) 31 Postpone (5) Down 2 Use (6) 3 Large group of singers (6) 4 Type of beer cask (3) 5 Free of obstruction (5) 6 To thwart (7) 7 Stare at lecherously (4) 8 Venerate (6) 12 Provide food (5) 13 Landing pier (5) 14 Surrenders (5) 15 Boy’s name (5) 16 On the ocean (2,3) 18 Regal (5) 19 Of current affairs (7) 21 Rubbish (6) 22 Study (6) 23 Sleigh (6) 25 Heathen (5) 26 Shooting from guns (4) 28 Gave food to (3) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS wee thinker ACROSS: 1 Doses, 4 Verdant, 8 Evasion, 9 Train, 10 Mph, 11 Tectonics, 13 Hating, 14 Mantra, 17 Waistcoat, 19 Rip, 21 Virgo, 23 Shrouds, 24 Rampant, 25 Dregs. DOWN: 1 Dream, 2 Spaghetti, 3 Stilton, 4 Venice, 5 Retro, 6 Aga, 7 Tunisia, 12 Interlude, 13 However, 15 Attired, 16 Cosset, 18 Thora, 20 Poses, 22 Rim. QUICKIE ACROSS: 3 Tales; 8 Vocal; 10 Ladle; 11 Pop; 12 Tenet; 13 Helipad; 15 Vases; 18 Tic; 19 Tenure; 21 Pattern; 22 Toll; 23 Barn; 24 Dustman; 26 Animal; 29 Toy; 31 Set on; 32 Deposit; 34 Occur; 35 Nip; 36 Tease; 37 Genes; 38 Erred. DOWN: 1 Moped; 2 Capital; 4 Aged; 5 Eleven; 6 Satan; 7 Alter; 9 Col; 12 Tactful; 14 Pit; 16 Susan; 17 Senna; 19 Trotter; 20 Atlas; 21 Plait; 23 Bayonet; 24 Dancer; 25 Mop; 27 Never; 28 Moose; 30 Ripen; 32 Dupe; 33 Sin.

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 record tv MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 39 EMMERDALE STV, 7pm RHONA tries to talk to Marlon but he’s fuming after the assault incident with Brenda – and then a police car arrives. April talks to the cop about the bullying. Bob is emotional at having to finally face his failings as a father. He tries to talk to Marlon but tensions soon run high. And Moira tries to convince Matty that compensation is the way forward, but Cain isn’t convinced as Chas doesn’t have the money. Pick of the day Superstar trio left in HUngRy FoR a Win Finalists Kadeena and Megan the mix JealoUs Tyrone’s angry when Phill drops his car in CORONATION STREET STV, 7.30pm and 8.30pm ALYA is stressed when the food delivery is late. As Elaine tries to placate the diners, Alya tries to solve the problem. But things get worse when a customer points at a tarantula crawling across a table. When Phill drops his car off at the garage, a jealous Tyrone searches it, hoping to find something to discredit him. And as the row over Norris’s funeral escalates, Mary announces she’s stepping down so Freda can sort out the whole business herself. EASTENDERS BBC1, 8pm RUBY is waiting for the results of her pregnancy test – she checks it and wells up. Later, Martin confronts her about why she has been lying to him. Will Ruby come clean that she sent Stacey down? Tiffany takes the opportunity of being loW bloW Dotty in pain boxing partners with Dotty to punch her in the stomach, then a proper fight breaks out between them. And Rainie is agitated as she and Stuart wait for Bernie to go to a scan. Something is up. don’t miSS Saturday magazine showbiz Lowdown on all of this year’s celebrity Strictly hopefuls fashion Be like a kid in a sweet shop with sherbet shades BOOKS Does Richard Osman’s latest match Thursday Murder Club? 18.09.2021 M A G A Z I N E High stars Your outlook for the week ahead with Russell Grant dough Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood reckon this will be the best season yet for rising stars on The Great British Bake Off FREEPLUS SEVEN Every week DAY TV in GUIDE the Record Your favourite weekend magazine has celebrity interviews, real-life stories plus recipes, fashion and a brilliant TV guide CELEBRITY MASTERCHEF BBC1, 9pm FROM the madness of Su Pollard’s creations to Joe Swash’s total chaos in the kitchen and Katie Price nearly flipping her food on to the ceiling, this has been a delicious series of celebrity mishaps. It’s all got serious now, however, as only three remain in the grand final, so larking about has been replaced SEX EDUCATION Netflix THE opening scenes of this third, long-awaited season get straight down to business. It’s a hilarious montage of sexual encounters, all set to The Rubinoos’ I Think We’re Alone Now. This comedy drama has become a cult hit, beginning with a focus on teenager Otis (Asa Butterfield), who is mostly mortified that his mother Dr Jean Milburn (a glorious Gillian Anderson) is an extremely candid sex therapist. The show has now morphed into more of an ensemble piece, which by focus and fancy food. After a week that has included elevating the humble pie, impressing a Chef ’s Table hosted by Tom Kerridge and putting their all into a personal dish, the cream of the crop are left. Joe Swash, Kadeena Cox and Megan McKenna have knocked out the competition and are all vying for the crown. Only one challenge stands in their way. They have two hours to cook and bUsTeD Otis is out of the sex clinic business follows the teens at Moordale Secondary School as they navigate the transition to adulthood. The school is still reeling from last year’s chlamydia outbreak and the discovery – and shutting down – of Otis and his friend Maeve’s on-campus sex clinic. As a result, another student has taken it upon himself to run his own clinic, despite knowing nothing. Meanwhile, a pregnant Jean must summon up the courage to tell the father – plus she has a new sex manual to promote. This series is refreshingly frank and funny. present a faultless three-course meal for final judgment by John Torode and Gregg Wallace. And all of them have the eye of the tiger. “It is time to show everyone I’m the real deal,” says Megan, while Kadeena says she’s “ready and focused”. Joe says he’s going for the treble – jungle champion, ice skating champion, MasterChef champion. THE MORNING SHOW Apple TV+ JENNIFER Aniston and Reese Witherspoon return for season two of this hit US drama, which tackles workplace power dynamics. Picking up after the explosive events of the season one finale, which saw the co-anchors on The Morning Show tell some hard truths about the toxic, misogynistic culture at the UBA network as it tries to emerge from the wreckage. A flashforward reveals that Bradley (Witherspoon) is now co-anchor with neWs cReW Hasan Minhaj and Reese Witherspoon TasTing VicToRy? Joe Swash gets cooking Megan, wearing her lucky socks, begins work on scallops, duck and a lemon tart. Joe is making an onion and tomato tart, coq au vin and a strawberry meringue dessert. Kadeena works on a seafood starter, with Caribbean goat curry pies and a choux pastry pud. But it’s going to all come down to John and Gregg’s taste buds in the end... new guy Eric, while Alex (Aniston) is holed up in a secluded lodge in Maine writing her memoir. Most of the action takes place as the team prepares for the New Year’s Eve live from Times Square special, with the network in flux and everyone gearing up for a promising 2020. But there is a pandemic around the corner that will bring the world to a standstill. A stellar co-cast includes Hasan Minhaj, Billy Crudup, Steve Carell and Julianna Margulies as a news anchor. And bad news for binge watchers – episodes will drop weekly.

Page 40 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 All programmes Today’s are listed in British TV Summer Time previews (BST). are Apart on from in the Portugal, previous programmes are one hour page later than listed film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two STV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Morning Live Magazine. 10.00 Crimewatch Live 10.45 Close Calls: On Camera 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Dion Dublin, Martin Roberts and Martel Maxwell follow the fortunes of properties in Derby and South and West Yorkshire. 12.15pm Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Reporting Scotland 1.45 Unbeatable Quiz show. 2.30 The Repair Shop An antique skeleton clock, a giant teddy bear and a transistor radio are restored by the experts. 3.00 Escape to the Country Ginny Buckley helps a couple find a new home in Devon. (R) 3.45 Garden Rescue A Pontypridd couple seek a space in which they can enjoy the wildlife. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip James Braxton and Irita Marriott head to the final auction. 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Reporting Scotland 6.15am Homes Under the Hammer The development of houses in in Derby and South and West Yorkshire. (R) 7.15 Garden Rescue (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The House That £100K Built (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 10.00 BBC News 12.15pm Politics UK 1.00 Eggheads (R) 1.30 Make Me a Dealer (R) 2.15 The Big Painting Challenge The artists visit the National Portrait Gallery. (R) 3.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation Si King and Dave Myers seek out the best baking in Europe, beginning in Norway. (R) 4.15 Madagascar, Lemurs and Spies: Natural World (R) 5.15 Flog It! Interesting finds. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games Kaye Adams, Mark Chapman, Philip Glenister and Thanyia Moore compete. 6.30 Take a Hike B&B owner Colin hosts the last Devon hike on a trail from Greenway to Dartmouth. 6.00am Good Morning Britain 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment news. 10.00 This Morning Daily magazine, featuring a mix of celebrity chat, showbusiness news, lifestyle features, topical discussion, health and beauty advice and more. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 STV News; Weather 2.00 Judge Rinder Derek is in court to claim an outstanding severance fee. 3.00 Tenable A family team takes on the Tenable Tower. (R) 3.59 STV Weather Central 4.00 Tipping Point Quiz show, hosted by Ben Shephard. 5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh presents as Julie, Dhiren, Emma and Christopher answer general knowledge questions and work as a team to take on one of the Chasers and secure a cash prize. 6.00 STV News at Six; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.00am Countdown (R) 6.40 Cheers Double bill. (R) 7.40 The King of Queens (R) 9.05 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch Steph McGovern presents the weekday magazine. 2.10 Countdown With Pam Ayres in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun A couple seek a holiday home in southern Tenerife. 4.00 The Great House Giveaway A couple team up with a stranger to buy a house in Porthmadog, north Wales. (R) 5.00 Four in a Bed The B&Bers meet up to air their grievances. 5.30 Come Dine with Me 6.00 The Simpsons With the guest voice of Sacha Baron Cohen. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks The village residents try to come to terms with the consequences of yesterday’s events. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.15 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door Disputes between people whose houses border each other. (R) 12.15pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.20 Traffic Cops (R) 1.15 Home and Away (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 FILM Killer in Red (2018, PG) Personal stylist Kat develops a connection with new client Christa, but when her admiration turns into obsession, Christa grows suspicious. Thriller, starring Tammin Sursok. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain Brits in the Sun Two expats buy the bar they discovered on their honeymoon 21 years earlier. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours Evelyn seems disinterested in Sheila’s attempts to make amends. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Mackenzie learns that Tane and Ziggy’s relationship has ended. (R) 6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. GET THE LATEST NEWS STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX SIGN UP NOW AT dailyrecord.co.uk/newsletters 7 8 9 10 11 12 midnight 7.00 The One Show Live chat and topical reports, with Ronan Keating and Rylan Clark-Neal. 7.30 Question of Sport With Amy Williams, Leon Osman, Anna Hopkin and Anton Du Beke. Light-hearted quiz, hosted by Paddy McGuinness. 8.00 EastEnders Martin confronts Ruby to ask why she has been lying to him, while Dotty and Tiffany come to blows. 8.30 Would I Lie to You? With Johnny Vegas, Alex Jones, Martin Lewis and Anna Maxwell-Martin. (R) 9.00 Celebrity MasterChef The three remaining contenders compete in the final, tasked to cook and present a threecourse meal for judgement by John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Last in the series. 9.30 The Cleaner Wicky tries to help a pompous novelist with two problems – his grandmother has just died in his living room and he has writer’s block. Comedy, written by and starring Greg Davies, with guest star David Mitchell. 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Reporting Scotland 10.35 Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit A stand-up performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with the comedian sharing tales from more than 20 years as an entertainer. 11.35 FILM The Graduate (1967, 12) A naive college graduate is seduced by a middle-aged woman, only to fall in love with her daughter. Comedy drama, starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross. ★★★★★ 1.20am Weather for the Week Ahead 1.25-6.00am BBC News 7.00 MOTDx Football discussion. 7.30 Remarkable Places to Eat Nisha Katona takes Fred Sirieix to San Sebastian for a meal at one of the world’s top restaurants and to visit a tiny sports bar to learn the secrets of the perfect tortilla. (R) 8.30 Gardeners’ World Toby Buckland gives tips on maintenance for borders, and singer-songwriter Billie Marten shares her passion for growing vegetables. Adam Frost reports from his garden with a seasonal catch-up. 9.30 The North Water Sumner’s adventure turns into a nightmare when one of the crew is murdered and he can’t escape a feeling that Henry Drax is the culprit. Meanwhile, Drax has a daring opportunity to escape, but must convince Cavendish to help him. Mystery, starring Colin Farrell, Jack O’Connell, Stephen Graham, Sam Spruell and Gary Lamont. 10.30 Newsnight The day’s important national and international news stories. Presented by Kirsty Wark. 11.05 Fever Pitch: The Rise of the Premier League A look at the title race between Blackburn Rovers and Manchester United in the 1994-95 season, assessing the impact of Eric Cantona’s ban for attacking a Crystal Palace supporter. (R) 12.05am FILM Life on the Line (2015, 15) The head of a power line team is sent in to fix the grid just as a huge storm hits Texas. Action thriller, starring John Travolta and Kate Bosworth. ★★★ 1.35 Sign Zone: Dirty Secrets of the Cigarette Business: Panorama (R) 2.05-6.35am This Is BBC Two 7.00 Emmerdale Bob is emotional, and Marlon is furious. 7.30 Coronation Street Alya experiences a trying day at work, Tyrone hunts for a way to discredit Phill, and Max’s poor performance at school gives cause for concern. 8.00 Simply Raymond Blanc The chef shares his love of new produce from the gardens and explains why seasonality is important and why everyone should embrace it. 8.30 Coronation Street Alya turns to Zeedan for help. 9.00 Grantchester Will and Geordie are drawn into the world of local politics when the apparent suicide of Councillor Derek McArthur prompts an election, but his widow is convinced he was murdered. Drama, with Robson Green. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 STV News; Weather 10.45 FILM Rocky (1976, 12) Philadelphia brawler Rocky Balboa gets a shot at the world heavyweight title when current champion Apollo Creed decides to give an unknown boxer a chance in celebration of America’s bicentennial. Oscar-winning drama, starring Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Joe Spinell and Joe Frazier. ★★★★ 12.50am Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Martin & Roman’s Weekend Best! Alex Horne, Danny O’Donaghue and Susan Cookman join Martin and Roman Kemp for more celebrity chat, music and comedy, as well as games and light-hearted challenges. (R) 4.05-6.00am ITV Nightscreen 7.00 Channel 4 News The latest headlines, in-depth interviews and analysis of political developments and current affairs. Plus, the day’s leading sports stories and up-to-theminute weather reports. 8.00 Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Carly and Phil in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, who are unsure whether they should renovate their current home or move into another. (R) 9.00 NEW Gogglebox The armchair critics share their opinions on s on what they have been watching. Shows including Vigil, Ready to Mingle, Beat the Chasers, Help, Antiques Roadshow and Take a Hike are appraised. 10.00 Highlife Docu-ality series following the lives of aspirational, ambitious, successful British Nigerians and Ghanaians Toni, Kamille, Tomi, Chiefer, Bernicia, Cuppy, Kiddwaya and Irene. 11.05 FILM The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2016, 12) Two warriors try to conceal their forbidden love as they fight to survive the intentions of the ice Queen Freya and her sister Ravenna. Adventure, starring Chris Hemsworth and Emily Blunt. ★★★ 1.10am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. Problems at Cafe Kingston in California. (R) 2.00 Celebrity Undercover Boss USA. Chef Marcus Samuelsson goes undercover to find America’s next great chef. (R) 2.50 Come Dine with Me (R) 5.05-6.00am Location, Location, Location (R) 7.00 Secret Scotland with Susan Calman The comedian traverses the North Coast 500, a 500-mile trip around the northernmost parts of Britain. Beginning in Golspie, Susan travels round the coast to Dunrobin Castle. (R) 8.00 NEW The Cotswolds with Pam Ayres The poet sets off on a journey that takes in parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire, beginning in the village of Bourton-on-the-Water. 9.00 NEW Lighthouses: Building the Impossible Rob Bell heads nine miles out into the English Channel to discover why building the world’s first rock lighthouse was such a monumental engineering achievement. 10.00 Greatest Hits of the 80s The stories behind six songs from the decade, examining Careless Whisper, Vienna, Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, Smooth Operator, 1999 and Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). (R) 11.25 Swayze: The Demons & the Dance A profile of the actor, who shot to fame in 1987 with his lead role in box-office hit Dirty Dancing and went on to star in films including Ghost and Point Break. 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Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 Freeview 6 Freeview 27 ITV2 ITVBe 6.00am Love Bites 6.55 Ellen’s Game of Games 8.00 Emmerdale 9.00 Coronation Street 10.00 Dress to Impress 11.00 Love Bites 12.00noon Emmerdale 1.00 Coronation Street 2.00 Supermarket Sweep 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Love Bites. Kyle from Newcastle hopes that his love of good food will help him pick his perfect date. 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Unchained! 6.00 Catchphrase Celebrity Special 7.00 Superstore Double bill. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill. 9.00 Ready to Mingle The partners cause havoc as they take over for the day, while a new man arrives in an attempt to break up the love triangle. Katherine Ryan hosts. 10.00 Family Guy Animated comedy. 11.25 American Dad! Double bill. 12.25am Bob’s Burgers 1.20 Superstore 2.10 The Emily Atack Show 2.45 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.15 FYI Extra 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Dave E4 Freeview 19 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Modern Wheels or Classic Steals 8.00 Ultimate Movers 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 2.00 Cop Car Workshop 3.00 Top Gear 5.00 Rick Stein’s Road to Mexico 6.00 QI XL Extended edition. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Beattie Edmondson, Amol Rajan, Gaby Roslin and Hugh Dennis. 7.40 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 8.20 QI With Jeremy Clarkson, Sandi Toksvig and Danny Baker. 9.00 QI XL Extended edition. With Chris Addison, Sara Cox and Sue Perkins. 10.00 Mock the Week Topical comedy. 10.40 Would I Lie to You? Panel show. 11.20 Taskmaster Comedy challenges. 12.20am Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Satirical quiz. 1.20 Would I Lie to You? At Christmas 2.00 QI 2.30 Insert Name Here 3.15 Room 101 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 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. Four episodes. 3.00 Mike & Molly 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight UK 5.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Sylver is finally home. 7.30 Young Sheldon Sitcom spin-off. 8.00 The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer Jeremy Paxman, Joe Wilkinson, Sally Lindsay and Georgia Toffolo take part. 9.00 FILM Red (2010, 12) Action thriller, starring Bruce Willis. ★★★ 11.10 Naked Attraction 12.15am Naked Attraction 1.20 Gogglebox 2.25 First Dates 3.20 The Big Bang Theory 3.45 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.10-5.00am The Goldbergs BBC Scotland 7.00pm The Seven 8.00 Gold Town. The pandemic hits the UK and all mining stops. Last in the series. 9.00 Rise of the Clans. How the clans plotted against Mary, Queen of Scots. Last in the series. 10.00 Still Game 10.30 Jim Smith Live from Perth 11.30pm-12.00m’t Bad Influencer BBC Alba 6.00am Alba Today 5.00pm Treubh an Tuathanais 5.15 Creag nam Buthaidean (Puffin Rock) 5.25 Padraig Post: Seirbheis Deis agus Sonraichte 5.40 Nannag a’ Noo/ Huggleboo 5.48 ’S E Iasg a Th’Annam (I’m a Fish) 5.50 ’S E Iasg a Th’Annam (I’m a Fish) 5.55 Stoiridh 6.00 Aithne air Ainmhidhean (All About Animals) 6.25 Dubhlain CBBC Alba 6.30 Alba Eagalach 6.40 An La (News) 6.50 LIVE FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifier. Hungary v Scotland (kick-off 7.35pm). 8.55 Dan 9.00 Peter Tobin – Murtair Bitheanta (Serial Killer). The story of the serial killer. 9.50 Dhan Uisge (Loch Maree) 10.00 The Valhalla Murders 10.45 Dealbh is Slighe 10.55 Orain nan Gaidheal 12.00m’t-6.00am Alba Today ENGLAND As BBC1 except: 11.15am- 12.15pm Homes Under the Hammer Variations 7.00am Olivia Meets Her Match 8.00 Buying and Selling 9.00 LittleBe 12.00noon Unboxed 12.30 The Real Housewives of Potomac 1.30 The Real Housewives of Cheshire 2.30 The Only Way Is Essex 3.10 Million Dollar Listing: LA 4.05 The Real Housewives of New Jersey 5.00 The Real Housewives of New York City. The chaos in Cancun continues as Luann confronts Dorinda. 6.00 Masters of Flip Dave and Kortney Wilson fix up a run-down property. 7.00 Buying and Selling Cristal and Scott need a bigger home, so Drew and Jonathan put together a plan. 8.00 Dinner Date Amy from London casts her eye over menus prepared by five potential sweethearts. 9.00 Botched Double bill. 11.00 Love Island USA 11.55 The Only Way Is Essex 12.45am FYI Extra. Entertainment news. 1.00-7.00am Teleshopping Drama More4 Freeview 13 Freeview 18 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Freeview 20 6.00am Teleshopping 7.25 Doctor Finlay 8.25 The Bill 9.30 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 5.15 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Freddie receives his court date. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Classic comedy. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine A retired jewel thief regales the village with a series of fanciful tales. 8.00 Father Brown The priest is determined to find out why the body of a young man was taken from his graveyard. Fifties-set crime drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, starring Mark Williams. 9.00 The Doctor Blake Mysteries The medic investigates a fire fighter’s death. 10.00 New Tricks Pilot episode of the crime drama, starring Amanda Redman. 12.00m’t Bad Girls 1.10 Waking the Dead 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping 8.55am Food Unwrapped 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 The Secret Life of the Zoo 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY Erin and JB launch their chateau business by opening it up to the locals, while May holds her health and wellbeing retreat. 7.55 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud revisits Kelly and Masoko Neville, who built an oak-framed, straw-baled hexagonal house in 2005, and learns if they have found the idyllic life they craved. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E Double bill. The medics treat a doorman who was stabbed multiple times; the stories of patients who are facing adversity head-on. 11.05 Emergency Helicopter Medics Two motorcyclists need specialist care, as the medics try to save the life of Pete. 12.10am Father Ted 1.15 24 Hours in A&E 3.25-3.55am Father Ted 1.30-1.45pm Regional News; Weather 6.30-7.00 Regional News; Weather 7.30-8.00 Question of Sport. With Amy Williams, Leon Osman, Anna Hopkin and Anton Du Beke. Hosted by Paddy McGuinness. 8.30-9.00 Would I Lie to You? With Johnny Vegas, Alex Jones, Martin Lewis and Anna Maxwell-Martin. 10.25-10.30pm Regional News; Weather NORTHERN IRELAND As BBC1 except: 11.15am-12.15pm Homes Under the Hammer 1.30-1.45pm BBC Newsline; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Newsline; Weather 7.30-8.00 Question of Sport. With Amy Williams, Leon Osman, Anna Hopkin and Anton Du Beke. 8.30-9.00 Would I Lie to You? Host Rob Brydon welcomes Johnny Vegas, Alex Jones, Martin Lewis and Anna Maxwell-Martin. 10.25-10.35pm BBC Newsline; Weather BORDER As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Border 6.00-6.30 ITV News Lookaround 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Border UTV As STV except: 1.55-2.00pm UTV Live 6.00-6.30 UTV Live 8.00-8.30 UTV Life. An eclectic mix of stories and studio guests. 10.30-10.45pm UTV Live; Weather BBC4 Freeview 24 7.00pm One-Hit Wonders at the BBC Compilation of hits by artists hardly heard from again, including Peter Sarstedt’s Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?, Trio’s smash Da Da Da, and Move Closer, by Phyllis Nelson. 8.00 TOTP: 1991 With De La Soul, Beverley Craven and the Shamen. 8.30 TOTP: 1991 With Level 42, Color Me Badd and Sophie Lawrence. 9.00 The Old Grey Whistle Test Story Jo Brand narrates a history of the popular music show. 9.40 The Old Grey Whistle Test: For One Night Only Veteran presenter ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris celebrates the long-running BBC music show with a three-hour special revisiting some of its finest moments. 12.45am TOTP: 1991 1.15 TOTP: 1991 1.45 One-Hit Wonders at the BBC 2.45-3.15am Motherland 5 USA 6.00am TJC 9.00 Murder, She Wrote 10.00 NCIS 11.55 Entertainment News on 5 12.00noon Law & Order 6.00 NCIS Triple bill. A petty officer is killed while competing in a swimsuit contest, raising fears she may have fallen victim to a jealous rival – or a stalker; an officer is found dead, and though the evidence initially suggests she committed suicide as a result of a nervous breakdown, Ducky suspects foul play; a murder suspect is killed. 9.00 FILM Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012, 12) Detective thriller, starring Tom Selleck. ★★★ 10.50 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double bill of the crime drama. 12.50am Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 1.50 Chicago PD 3.25 Criminals: Caught on Camera 3.55 Entertainment News on 5 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Sky Arts Page 41 Freeview 21 F’view 11 6.00am Hollywood in Vienna: A Night at the Oscars 8.00 Darbar Festival 2017 9.00 Tales of the Unexpected 10.00 Discovering: Gary Oldman 11.00 The Eighties 12.00noon Muriel Spark by Ian Rankin 1.00 Tales of the Unexpected 2.00 Discovering: Bruce Willis 3.00 Cold War & Cinema 4.00 Otis Redding: Music Icons 4.30 Video Killed the Radio Star 5.00 Tales of the Unexpected 6.00 Discovering: Michelle Pfeiffer 7.00 Isle of Wight Festival 2021 9.00 James at Isle of Wight 10.00 Tom Jones at Isle of Wight The singer’s set on the main stage. 11.00 Liam Gallagher at Isle of Wight 12.30am Primal Scream at Isle of Wight. The band’s set. 1.00 Classic Albums 2.00 Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall 4.00 Thomas Hardy: Fate, Exclusion and Tragedy 5.00-6.00am The Eighties

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(Sky Sports Golf) ITV3 Freeview 10 6.00am Classic Coronation Street 7.00 Classic Emmerdale 8.05 Heartbeat 9.10 Man About the House 9.45 On the Buses 10.20 A Touch of Frost 12.40pm Heartbeat 1.45 Classic Emmerdale 2.50 Classic Coronation Street 3.50 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 5.50 The Darling Buds of May 6.55 Maigret 8.00 Doc Martin 10.00 Arthur & George 11.00 Maigret 12.10am A Touch of Frost 2.15-2.30am ITV3 Nightscreen ITV4 Freeview 25 6.00am World of Sport 6.15 Cadfael 7.45 The Avengers 8.50 The Sweeney 9.55 Minder 11.00 The Saint 12.05pm The Big Match Revisited 1.10 Cadfael 2.50 The Avengers 4.00 The Sweeney 5.05 Minder 6.15 LIVE World Cup. England v North Macedonia (kick-off 8.00pm). 9.15 LIVE World Series of Darts: Nordic Masters 12.00m’t All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite 2.10 Auto Mundial 2.40-3.00am ITV4 Nightscreen 5STAR Freeview 31 8.00am Entertainment News on 5 8.10 Rich Kids Go Skint 9.00 Rich House, Poor House 10.00 Filthy House SOS 11.00 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly 12.00noon Traffic Cops 2.00 Police Interceptors 5.00 Rich House, Poor House 6.00 Neighbours 6.30 Home and Away 7.00 Bargain Brits on Benefits 8.00 Raffles: Inside the World’s Most Expensive Hotels 9.00 FILM Angels & Demons (2009/12) ★★★ 11.50 FILM The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992/15) ★★★★ 2.00 The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door 3.00 Neighbours 3.30 Home and Away 3.55-4.00am Entertainment News on 5 Really Freeview 17 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 Homes Under the Hammer 2.00 Animal Cops Houston 4.00 Pit Bulls & Parolees 6.00 Money for Nothing 7.00 Antiques Road Trip 9.00 Ghost Adventures: Top 10 10.00 Destination Fear 11.00 Ghost Adventures 1.00am Portals to Hell 2.00 Teleshopping 4.00-6.00am Antiques Road Trip Paramount Freeview 32 9.00am Entertainment News on 5 9.15 Criminals: Caught on Camera 9.50 Traffic Cops 11.50 FILM Earthquake (1974/PG) ★★★★ 2.10 FILM Gunfight at Comanche Creek (1964/U) ★★ 4.05 World’s Strongest Man 2018 5.00 Traffic Cops 7.00 Police Interceptors 8.00 Traffic Cops 9.00 Police Interceptors 10.00 Frontline Police 24/7 11.00 Fights, Camera, Action! 12.00m’t Criminals: Caught on Camera 1.00 Fights, Camera, Action! 2.00 Airport Security: Peru 2.55 Car Crash TV 4.35-5.00am Criminals: Caught on Camera Pick Freeview 35 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 Border Security USA 2.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 3.00 Nothing to Declare 4.00 Stargate Atlantis 5.00 Star Trek: The BBC Radio 1 97.6-99.8MHz 6.33am Best New Pop 7.00 Greg James 10.00 Radio 1 Anthems 11.02 Dean McCullough 12.45pm Newsbeat 1.00 Matt and Mollie 3.00 Radio 1’s Party Anthems with Matt and Mollie 4.00 The Official Chart Show with Katie Thistleton 5.45 Newsbeat 6.00 Danny Howard 8.00 Radio 1’s Future Dance with Sarah Story 10.00 Pete Tong 12.00m’t Essential Mix 2.00 Radio 1 Dance Presents 3.00 Danny Howard 4.00 Radio 1’s Wind Down Presents 5.00-6.00am Get Set with Radio 1 BBC Radio 2 88-91MHz 6.30am Zoe Ball 9.30 Ken Bruce 12.00noon Jeremy Vine 2.00 Steve Wright 5.00 Sara Cox 7.00 Tony Blackburn’s Golden Hour 8.00 Sounds of the 80s with Gary Davies 10.00 Sounds of the 90s 12.00m’t The Craig Charles House Party 1.30 The Craig Charles House Party Mixtape 2.00 Radio 2 Live: Across the UK 3.00 Radio 2 Live: Across the UK 4.00 Kitchen Disco 5.00-6.00am R2 in Concert BBC Radio 3 90.2-92.4MHz 6.30am Breakfast 9.00 Essential Classics 12.00noon Composer 1.00 R3 Lunchtime Concert 2.00 Afternoon Concert 4.30 The Listening Service 5.00 In Tune 7.00 R3 in Concert 10.00 The Verb 10.45 Between the Ears: Miniatures – The Gallery 11.00 Late Junction 1.00am Downtime Symphony 2.00 Happy Harmonies with Laufey 3.00-7.00am Through the Night BBC Radio 4 FM 92.4-94.6MHz, LW 198kHz 6.00am Entertainment & Factual Live FNF Sky Sports Main Event, 7pm Steve Bruce’s (left) Newcastle United welcome Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United to St James’ Park, with both teams looking for victory after making slow starts to the season. Next Generation 6.00 Star Trek: Enterprise 7.00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 8.00 MacGyver 9.00 Killer Neighbours 10.00 Fringe 11.00 World’s Most Evil Killers 12.00m’t Murders That Shocked the Nation: Jack the Ripper 1.00 The Force: Manchester 2.00 Police Force: Australia 3.00 Highway Patrol 4.00 Motorway Patrol 5.00-6.00am Nothing to Declare GOLD 7.20am Fresh Fields 8.35 Hi-de-Hi! 9.15 Only Fools and Horses 9.55 Last of the Summer Wine 11.15 The Green Green Grass 11.55 Hi-de-Hi! 12.35pm Only Fools and Horses 1.40 The Story of Only Fools and Horses 2.40 Only Fools and Horses 4.00 The Green Green Grass 4.40 Last of the Summer Wine 6.00 Only Fools and Horses 6.40 Hi-de-Hi! 7.20 The Green Green Grass 8.00 Only Fools and Horses 9.40 Live at the Apollo 10.40 Peep Show 11.50 Live at the Apollo 12.50am David Jason: Planes, Trains and Automobiles 1.50 Bridget & Eamon 2.20 Fresh Fields 3.15-4.00am Peep Show Yesterday Freeview 26 6.00am Impossible Engineering 8.00 History’s Greatest Hoaxes 9.00 Abandoned Engineering 11.00 Great British Railway Journeys 12.00noon Antiques Roadshow 1.00 Railway Journeys with Chris Tarrant 2.00 Bangers and Cash 3.00 Underground Worlds 4.00 War Factories 5.00 Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Great British Railway Journeys 7.00 Bangers and Cash 8.00 Abandoned Engineering 9.00 Bangers and Cash 1.00-3.00am Impossible Engineering Alibi 7.15am Murdoch Mysteries 9.00 Rizzoli & Isles 10.00 Unforgettable 11.00 Hudson & Rex 12.00noon Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries 1.00 Death in Paradise 2.00 Murdoch Mysteries 4.00 The Good Wife 5.00 Rizzoli & Isles 6.00 Unforgettable 7.00 Hudson & Rex 8.00 Death in Paradise 9.00 Deception 10.00 Whiskey Cavalier. 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Letters.. No one is to blame I AM fed-up with Jackie Baillie and co blaming the Scottish Government for the delay in ambulances reaching patients and then the interminable wait for them to be seen at hospital. The reason our hospitals are struggling is due to the increase in the number of Covid patients being admitted. These people have Covid because they have been infected by people who are refusing to follow the rules about face coverings etc. Nicola Sturgeon and her staff are doing a good job in the circumstances. I too am worried about the Letter of the week Every Saturday we will pick £50 the best letter received during the week and award a £50 prize. Please include your full name and address in order to be eligible. effect that Covid and the flu are going to have on the health service this winter. GPs also need to start seeing patients face to face again and this will perhaps take pressure off our A&E departments. JS, Cumbernauld Testing our trust I DO NOT understand why chemists are handing out test kits for Covid. They are useless. We did a test two days running and both tests were negative. Next day when my husband was no better he phoned the doctor and we went for walk-in tests at a test centre. They were positive. Then staff at the centre tried to give my @dailyrecord SCOTS NHS staff are set to lose hundreds of pounds from a pay rise received for their efforts during the Covid pandemic. Earlier this year, Nicola Sturgeon said nurses, paramedics and health professionals, as well as domestic staff, porters, healthcare support staff and other frontline health workers, would receive a four per cent pay rise. However, their pay will be hit by Boris Johnson’s hike in National Insurance. Record readers went on Facebook to discuss it. Graham Patterson said: “Tories are looking after the rich and screwing the poor as they’ve always done.” Eddie Kelly added: “But he clapped for you…” Paul McCluskey said: cRiTical HGV test is difficult to maintain safety Keep on trucking safely I HAVE been an HGV 1 driver for 40 years and the problems we’re experiencing now all stem from years of cheap labour from Europe and agency drivers. CPC cards were brought out a few years ago where drivers sit in a classroom and get lectured, sometimes by people who have never driven an HGV. The only way you can learn about road safety is to be on the road, not watching videos. HGV driving is all hands-on work and the biggest mistake I see now is taking the reversing manoeuvre out of the test. It’s about the most important manoeuvre in an HGV and if you get it wrong people can be seriously injured or worse. It is something you will never learn in a classroom. There are thousands of HGV drivers in the UK who have the licence but don’t hold a CPC card as they left to do other jobs. They are the people we should be trying to encourage back. Scrap that card as it serves no benefit. Robert Mcginty, Airdrie husband one of these test kits. What’s the point if they do not work? Who do you trust? These test kits were made in China and are available free to anyone. A Johnston, Edinburgh “Yes, because the SNP are doing such a great job. “Remember, folks, don’t bother calling for an ambulance over the winter. “The hypocrisy of Sturgeon is practically criminal.” Michael Robb said: “Welcome to Tory UK.” Paul Bonarius- McFadden added: “Quite happy to pay more if it helps people later in life.” PRIZE Eyes down to play our Prize Bingo card. Let’s continue to play Game 26 for £100. Today’s numbers apply only to Game 26. When you have crossed off all 15 numbers for Game 26, claim for a full house. 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MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Wills and Power of Attorney are essential life. Financial worries or just looking for better value for money? Consumer champion Fergus Muirhead can help the If you haven’t organised your Will or Power of Attorney yet now is the time to take advantage of this offer Q I’VE been on furlough for three months now and I’m a bit worried about what will happen when the scheme comes to an end soon. I’m not sure that my employer will be able to continue employing me the way he did in the past and I’ve heard that some employers are asking their staff to sign something called Settlement Agreements when they are being made redundant. Can you explain what will happen when the furlough scheme ends and what a Settlement Agreement is? A THE furlough scheme was introduced in spring last year and at the beginning the Government agreed to pay 80 per cent of wages (up to £2500 a month) for employees who could not work or whose employers couldn’t afford to keep them on during the pandemic. The aim of the scheme was to protect jobs until the economy reopened and hopefully firms would be able to take their employees back to work. It seems to have done that successfully for many employers, which has helped thousands of employees up and down the country, but you are correct when you say that the scheme is coming to an end soon, and this will have an impact on workers whose firms are still struggling to trade normally. I asked I’m worried With furlough about to end for workers twitter Follow Fergus and tweet your comments, questions or suggestions to @fergusmuirhead Sally-Anne Anderson, a partner at Edinburgh solicitor Aberdein Considine, to explain what is happening next. She said: “The government’s contribution to wages has reduced over the last few months and on September 30 the scheme will come to an end. “The majority of employees who were furloughed have already gone back to work or some have been made redundant, but for those still on furlough, they will either be brought back to work on the same terms as they were on before the pandemic, be brought back to work but the employer may try to change some of the working terms and conditions (the employer would have to consult with them about any such changes), or if the business or organisation is still disrupted by the pandemic and/or there is no longer a requirement for employees to do certain jobs, they may face being made redundant. “If an employee is made redundant they will be entitled to notice/notice pay, the chance to take all accrued untaken holidays (or pay in lieu of those holidays) and, if they have two years’ service or more, a statutory redundancy payment.” I also asked Sally-Anne to answer your second question about a Settlement Agreement. She explained: “A Settlement Agreement is a legally fergus is here to help

44&45 money doctor. d a i l y r e c o r d 1 7 . 0 9 . 2 0 2 1 over getting sack it’s important to seek legal advice if being made redundant binding contract between you and your employer. “It is something you may be asked to sign if your employer is offering you a compensation payment (worth more than your basic legal entitlement) when your employment ends, for example due to redundancy. “Where compensation is being paid, the employer will often want to bring your employment to an end without having to go through the full legal process, such as a redundancy procedure. In return for the compensation payment, you agree you will not bring any court or employment tribunal claims against your employer (in effect waiving your legal rights). You are usually also required to agree to keep the circumstances surrounding the agreement and the terms of the agreement strictly confidential.” Sally-Anne said that you need to make sure you’re taking independent legal advice if faced with this situation. She added: “In order to enter into an agreement waiving your legal rights, it is a requirement that you get your own independent legal advice. “Your solicitor has to sign a certificate confirming that they have advised you on the terms and effect of the agreement. This is important as your solicitor will be able to advise you of any potential court or tribunal claims you may be able to make tough TIMES Workers fear they are going to lose their jobs when the furlough scheme, which was brought in to protect jobs during the pandemic, comes to an end top tips ● Move any spare money out of your current account and into an account that pays interest. ● Switch your bank account from time to time to make sure it’s doing what you need it to do. against your employer and what they may be worth. “This ensures that you make a well informed decision about whether you are willing to accept the deal on offer in exchange for giving up those claims. “If they feel it is justified, your solicitor may advise you to seek to renegotiate the level of compensation and/or some of the terms of the agreement to try to reach a position which is fair and reasonable. The employer will usually offer a contribution to your legal fees of £350-£750+ VAT. Often the legal costs are greater than the contribution if changes require to be made to the agreement, so this can often be a point for negotiation.” Email your problems to moneydoctor@dailyrecord.co.uk Or post them to The Money Doctor, Daily Record, One Central Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA Unfortunately Fergus can’t reply to every question in person. The big issue Cash is still king for drivers when parking CASH is still the No1 option to pay for parking among drivers but young motorists prefer to leave their coins at home, according to a study by the AA. The research comes as local authorities across the UK changed their policies to allow cashless payments only during the height of the pandemic to reduce cash being handled by multiple people to reduce the spread of the virus. Some councils also said moving to cashless options reduced costs as it saved on repairs and meant thieves could not steal from cash machines. While offering cashless payments is popular among younger drivers, older drivers and low-income households prefer to manage their budgets with cash and want the flexibility to pay for parking with coins and then spend any change in the local High Street. Cash is the preferred option for about half of all drivers, followed by chip and pin, then contactless payments via a card or smartphone. The AA is asking councils to retain pay-by-cash parking machines to ensure drivers of all ages and backgrounds can access local shops and facilities, as Jack Cousens, head of roads policy for the AA, explained. “For now, comment Keep an interest in your bank accounts IT LOOKS as though loyalty to our banks, coupled with a bit of laziness, could be collectively costing us billions of pounds each year because of money that we’re leaving lying around in accounts that are paying little or no interest. Interest rates are low, we all know that, and so many of us think that it’s not worth the hassle of switching our money from the account it’s in to another one that might only be paying marginally more to us every month or year. But I can assure you that it is really worth the time and effort. Every extra pound that you earn in interest is another pound that you can spend some time down the line, and surely that money is better in your hands than your bank’s? Low interest rates is the most common reason that savers give for not shopping around to look for a better home for their money. Another reason is that some of the banks offering better rates are newer banks that savers might not have heard of and so we might be a bit more wary of DIVIDE Oldies prefer cash ticket machines cash remains king when paying for parking, however, a speedy transition to an increasingly cashless society is paving a way that could threaten to lock older drivers and low-income households out of their town centre. “Many households prefer to physically see their budgets and doing so gives them a heightened sense of how far their cash can go. Removing cash parking machines from town centres can have a knock-on effect to the local economy as would-be shoppers decide to take their business elsewhere. “With parking income the equivalent of three quarters of council tax revenue for some authorities, Council leaders will not want to lose a valuable source of funding. “ giving them our money. We need to remember that all banks are regulated in the same way and follow the same rules, and your money is just as safe, and protected within limits, in one bank as in another. It’s also worth bearing in mind that sometimes accounts that have held our money for a longer period of time are the ones where interest rates are reduced more often. This means you could be suffering even more if you don’t look to switch money out of these accounts. Unbelievably many of us still hold significant amounts of money in current accounts that pay no interest at all, and there really is no excuse for that. Work out how much you spend every month and then transfer any positive balance to a savings account at the end of the month. Better still, ask your bank to do it for you. There are lots of accounts where any positive balance is transferred from your current account to a savings account with the bank at the end of every month.

Page 46 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 city desk. The easy way to get your paper.. without leaving the house Have a digital version of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail effortlessly sent to your tablet or iPad every morning read it JUSt LiKe tHe PaPer free 60-daY triaL £9.99 after Ethics get ‘sold down the river’ fury over co-op tie-up with AmAzon By geoff Ho THE Co-operative Group has come under fire for teaming up with Amazon as part of plans to more than double its online sales to £200million by the end of December. The deal means Amazon Prime customers will be able to buy the ethical retailer’s products with same-day delivery and scheduled twohour time slots. Initially available in Glasgow, the service will be expanded to other parts of the country later this year. Co-op boss Steve Murrells said the pandemic had accelerated changes in shopping habits and its Amazon deal will help meet consumer demands for greater convenience. However, the GMB union, which represents Amazon warehouse super steps to recovery SUPERDRy slashed its annual losses by 78 per cent to £36.7million despite shop closures in lockdown. Reporting on the 12 months to April 24, the fashion retailer said it was boosted by its wholesale arm and the axing of online discounts. Sales dived 21.1 per cent but boss Julian Dunkerton said: “Trading has been encouraging since the reopening of our stores.” Elsewhere, online retailer THG said it will float its beauty arm on the stock exchange next year. workers, said Co-op customers will be shocked by the tie-up given concerns over the online giant’s health and safety record, as well as the low tax it pays despite its huge revenues and profits. GMB national officer Andy Prendergast said: “It’s really disappointing to see a company with a proud ethical heritage like Co-op teaming up with Amazon.” Elsewhere, fellow mutual John Lewis announced that its half-year pre-tax losses had fallen from £635million to £29million. Chairwoman Sharon White said despite supply chain problems and the UK shortage of HGV drivers, John Lewis had taken steps to ensure Christmas will not be ruined. It is bringing in goods early and has hired more drivers, in addition to booking its own fleet of cargo ships. TOBACCO giant Philip Morris has clinched the £1.1billion takeover of asthma drugs firm Vectura, after 75 per cent of its investors backed the deal. Hold-outs now have just two weeks to sell their shares to the Marlboro cigarettes group or they will be stuck with them. Philip Morris says Vectura will play a “critical role” in its diversification away from tobacco. 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Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Adam finds the perfect ice breaker ice HocKey ADAM MORRISON can’t wait to hit the ice tonight with Dundee Stars after an 18-month break. The Canadian netminder will be between the pipes against Fife Flyers in the first of a pre-season doubleheader, with the teams meeting again in Kirkcaldy tomorrow night. Morrison, one of 15 new arrivals, said: “It has been a while – over 18 months for me –so I’m just looking forward to getting back out and competing. “I know the fans across in Fife have been waiting a while for this so it’s going to be special.” MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK GOLF RYDER CUP COUNTDOWN KISS & WAKE UP Hole loT oF loVe Fleetwood kisses Molinari and pair in bed, inset, with Ryder Cup Page 49 BaN iS UPHelD Salazar Salazar in appeal KO aTHleTicS ALBERTO SALAZAR has lost his appeal against a four-year doping suspension. The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld the decision imposed by the US Anti- Doping Agency in 2019. Salazar coached Mo Farah but has never been found guilty of doping his athletes. Brady has a bunch of years left gRiDiRoN NFL legend Tom Brady reckons he can play on until he’s 50. The 44-year-old quarterback is still starring at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady said: “Can I play till 50? Like, 50 years old? “I don’t find it so difficult. Plus in Florida, it’s kind of a retiree state so I feel like I can play and then just glide into retirement. I think I can. It’s a yes.” Brady completed 32 of 50 passes for 379 yards with four touchdowns in the 31-29 victory over Dallas in last week’s season opener. FRANCESCO MOLINARI insists he won’t be jealous if Tommy Fleetwood ends up in bed with the Ryder Cup and another partner next weekend. And the Italian wants to get back with the Englishman in 2023 to rekindle their bromance. The Moliwood pairing famously combined to win all four Paris matches together in 2018 as Europe romped to victory over the USA. And the enduring image of the long French weekend will be the video of Molinari and Fleetwood waking up together with the trophy after a drunken night of celebration. The Italian became the first European ever to win all five of his matches in 2018 but will be watching Whistling Straits from his LA home after failing to qualify this year. The world No.167 said: “I wish I could be there but it is not going to be too weird. “I wish them all the best and I hope to see Tommy and the rest of the team celebrating at the end – however they do it! Will I mind if he ends up in bed again? No! “I’m hoping we get another chance in the future. Hopefully, No Moliwood repeat but Fran tells Tommy: I won’t mind if you end up in bed with another European by Neil McleMaN that’s not the end of our partnership. It would be great to be there together in Rome. “Every bit of the partnership with him was just brilliant. Winning matches, you have fun. I will make sure I phone him every night to keep in the right frame of mind.” European captain Padraig Harrington has the task of finding Fleetwood a new partner in Wisconsin. Molinari added: “Tommy has the advantage of being a kind gooD To go Koepka of player with no weaknesses so you can pair him up pretty much with anyone. “Sometimes it’s a doubleedged sword because you end up filling the gaps when you are like that. So hopefully they think he’s a big enough player now to be at the start of the pecking order. “Tommy is going to be fine. He will be one of the team leaders though it didn’t feel like he was a Ryder Cup rookie last time.” Molinari, 38, was the hottest player on the planet in 2018 as he won his first PGA Tour title by eight shots and then The Open before Ryder Cup heroics. But the f o r m e r his w o r l d No.5 has n e v e r been the same player since losing the final-round KoePKa ‘ReaDy’ FoR cUP bROOKS KOEPKA has declared he’s fit and ready to play the Ryder Cup. The four-time Major champion pulled out of the Tour Championship with a wrist injury and was the only American absent from a weekend trip to Whistling Straits. Koepka had claimed the Ryder Cup was “odd” and suggested he wasn’t made for team sports. Ex- captain Paul Azinger told him to sit out next week if he didn’t want to play. but Koepka said: “I’m good to go. I’m feeling good, been doing my rehab, doing everything I need to do to be ready. I’ll be there ready to play.” Europe’s Jon Rahm pulled out of the Fortinet pro-am in California with a stomach illness but was fit to play his first round yesterday. lead at the 2019 Masters in heartbreaking style. And moving his family from London to Los Walker’s Dutch of class Angeles just before the p a n - d e m i c , coupled w i t h a b a c k injury which saw him miss the Olympics, has seen him slowly slide down the rankings. He added: “It’s been pretty difficult because it has been a big jump backwards for various reasons. “It’s been the toughest stretch in my career in terms of injuries and just not being really consistent as I always was. But that’s golf, that’s life. There are challenges and hopefully I can find a way to get out of it.” EWAN WALKER posted a 67 on day one of the Dutch Open. The 26-year-old bagged six birdies before a final-hole bogey. Dubliner Niall Kearney set a new tournament course record of a sevenunder-par 65 to lead by a shot from Max Kieffer and Martin Simonsen.

MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 50 Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 No reason why Rad’s rise will come to end LTA chief Scott Lloyd has backed newly-crowned US Open champion Emma Raducanu to continue her remarkable rise to the top of the sport. Lloyd said: “Obviously, on the back of New York, Emma’s life outside the court has been turned upside down but she is a SCOTLAND coach Shane Burger claims the best is yet to come from his action-starved troops after they edged Zimbawe by seven runs in Wednesday’s T20 series opener. He wants improvements when the sides meet again at The Grange today. He said: “That was a six or TeNNiS very grounded person with great values and a great family behind her. “She may have some difficulties in sustaining this level of performance but she has shown she has the capability to go on and do that.” brown goIng to next level Burger a big believer in better for Saltires cRicKeT seven out of ten performance and the guys know they can play better in game No.2.” ● Virat Kohli has announced will step down as captain of India’s T20 team after next month’s World Cup in Dubai. PREMIERSHIP Spare me the six feet under chat Glass says Aberdeen critics are way off the mark RUgBy STEPHEN GLASS is in by ScoTT BURNS the Aberdeen gaffer said: “I no doubt his under-fire don’t need to get involved in by DaViD BaRNeS does accept, however, they need Aberdeen side will come tit-for-tat comments with GLASGOW Warriors to become more clinical. good and silence their critics. other managers. co-captain Fraser Brown The Dons boss said: “The last The Dons haven’t won in the “What he thinks about his reckons that the United two league games we had huge last six games and that is team and what I think about Rugby Championship has amounts of the game but didn’t something they will be keen to our team. the potential to become do enough to score. address when St Johnstone “You don’t go to Motherwell “When other teams counterthe best league in the come calling this weekend. and have 70 per cent of the attacked we also didn’t defend northern hemisphere. Glass knows more is expected ball if you have actually not well enough. Previously called the from Aberdeen than other clubs. played OK. “The Qarabag games. Difficult PRO14, the competition They have crashed out of “The second time they went to go to Azerbaijan and I think has been expanded this QUaliTy Fraser Brown Europe and the Premier Sports up the pitch they scored a goal. any Scottish team would go year to involve four former Cup but the gaffer points out “We suffered as a result and Super Rugby franchises play-offs for the first time there and struggle. they have only lost one game in we weren’t good enough from South Africa. in three years. “Over here they were brilliant the Premiership – to Motherwell ourselves with the amount of It’s due to kick off next He insisted: “We’ve had and were better than us which last weekend. ball we had. weekend and Brown a good summer with a I acknowledged on the night. Glass said: “It is strange that “That gets you down the line believes it will take the couple of new signings “Raith Rovers away we were we are in a league campaign of talking about the referee. in total control for 45 minutes competition to the next coming into the squad and where we have only played five “Graham can look after his and I don’t think anyone at the level, pushing past the the backroom. games and we are being told it team as he sees fit – I am fine game would think we were in English Premiership and “Everyone has fitted in is six games without a win. with that, no problem at all.” trouble. the French Top 14. really well. “There is a balance to be had. Assistant manager Allan “Then we didn’t react when it The hooker said: “We’ve “It is eight weeks we There were European games in Russell got sent off after the became a cup tie. always had some of the have been together now there, a heavy schedule of games, match at Motherwell last week. “At Hearts away teams have best teams in Europe with a good couple of hit and that took a little bit of a toll He has accepted a one-match gone there and been beaten as compete – Leinster, outs now under our belt. on us physically. ban and Glass admits all his it is a difficult place to go. Munster, ourselves and “So from our point of “The focus is to try to get management have to keep more “We showed resilience and some of the Welsh regions. view we are in a pretty another three points in the of a lid on things. fight. If you go to Tynecastle “So to now have these good place.” league and not to look back and Glass, who also played down and pick up a point having south African teams Warriors have this listen to outside noise. Everton’s link with Calvin been a goal behind and having littered with World Cup weekend off before kicking “We lost our first game in the Ramsay, confirmed: “We’ve arrived back from Azerbaijan and Lions series-winning off their league campaign league at the weekend and if we accepted a one-game ban. at half-past-six on Friday stars is exciting for the away to Ulster next Friday. continue to win games then we We weren’t happy with the morning, it ain’t a bad point. whole league. Meanwhile, Edinburgh will be alright. officiating last week.” “From outside no wins in six “To have that level of head coach Mike Blair has “The performance levels have – from inside we believe in competition raises the added five Scotland been very good and we trust the what we are doing.” profile and the quality of internationals to his players here. M o t h e r w e l l the rugby every single starting XV for the capital “We trust them and believe in manager Graham weekend. I think it is outfit’s final pre-season what we are doing so we believe Alexander has something we have really match against Benetton at they will come good.” also had a pop We believe in needed to try to keep that Murrayfield tomorrow. Glass is bedding in players at Glass, quality-level there week-in Darcy Graham, Blair and doesn’t think his team got what we are saying his call and week-out.” Kinghorn, Stuart McInally, what they deserved over the last for Kevin van doing and trust But Brown has promised Grant Gilchrist and Jamie six games, which included two Veen to be losses to Qarabag and a cup in the players his Warriors team are Ritchie have all been added sent off was a shock at Raith as well as that ready to cope with step up to the team following last smokescreen to to come good Well defeat and draws with in standard as they look to weekend’s defeat to deflect from their STEPHEN GLASS HAS TOTAL Hearts and Ross County. He FAITH IN PITTODRIE SQUAD challenge for a place in the Newcastle Falcons. Fir Park loss. But FRUSTRaTioN Goodwin Goodwin: We need net gains recognised JIM GOODWIN is sick and tired of hearing his Buddies don’t score enough goals. Especially as he believes St Mirren have seen a trio of perfectly legitimate efforts chalked off in their last three matches. Curtis Main saw a goal disallowed at Celtic Park for offside and was penalised in the build-up to Eamonn Brophy’s strike against Dundee United last Saturday, while Conor by BeN RaMage McCarthy also saw a header ruled offside against St Johnstone the weekend before. Goodwin said: “Things could be so different. The frustration is that we’ve had the ball in the back of the net in the last three games and all of them have been disallowed for one reason or another. “People talk about the lack of goals but we have scored genuine a BiT oFF Van Veen nets opener as Glass, below, looks for clarity goals. Unfortunately we’re going into the Hibs game on the back of two 0-0 draws. “I’m not blaming officials or anyone, I’m just stating the facts. We should have, theoretically, won the last two games 1-0 and be sitting on seven points. “Everything would be looking a lot healthier and rosier then. Unfortunately these are the small margins we’re dealing with.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 coNFiDeNT Charles-Cook MOTHERWELL manager Graham Alexander reckons Stephen Glass’ gripe over Kevin van Veen was a smokescreen for their defeat at Fir Park. Alexander hit back at Aberdeen boss Glass over his claim that Well striker van Veen should have been sent off in the Steelmen’s 2-0 win. Glass, who was booked by referee John Beaton for his protests, was adamant van Veen should have picked up a second booking for a second-half challenge on Ross McCrorie. Alexander, however, insists that was just an excuse and reckons even the Dutchman’s first-half booking on Saturday was harsh. And the Well boss claims opposing managers are quick to claim foul play when they lose out to the Steelmen. Alexander said: “I didn’t see anything bad from Kevin at all. “I think what happens is when an opponent beats you that you look for reasons. “Because we’re Motherwell, it can’t be through quality or skill. “It has to be something outside of the rulebook. “I didn’t see anything that either team did differently last week. “I saw them making good tackles on us, I saw us making good tackles on them. “I think it was a bit of a smokescreen trying to say Kevin did this, that or the other. “I didn’t see it all. Even his booking was a little bit harsh, which the ref said to him. “He thought the whole game was getting a bit frantic and tried to set an example. “We ask our players to be competitive. Scottish fans demand their team is competitive.” Alexander insists van Veen is a special talent and is putting in the hard graft to match his ability. He said: “He was popular at Scunthorpe, where I managed him before, because he can do things that other players can’t. “He loves that response from a MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK FURY & THE FALLOUT SMOKE VEEN Regan ready to reach new heights for County MALKY MACKAY wants Celtic Park stand-out Regan Charles- Cook to recognise just how good he is – and deliver consistently. The Ross County manager insists he was not alone in raving at how the Staggies winger troubled Croatian international Josip Juranovic on Saturday. Charles-Cook, who bY alaSDaiR FRaSeR DUTcH TReaT Alexander and van Veen, right joined County from Gillingham in summer 2020, made 32 appearances last season but more than half of those came from the bench. He rarely looked the kind of energised and confident figure he did in the east end of Glasgow last weekend. Mackay Alexander: Dons just searching for excuses because we showed steel bY MicHael Baillie crowd during games. It helps him and inspires him. “He is a player of immense quality but British football is more damaging out of possession than it is in Holland. “He knows that I trust him and appreciate him as a player. He’s a matchwinner but we have spoken about him reaching the levels he should have. “In the first game of the season against Hibs here at Fir Park, he was exceptional. “Unfortunately, he missed a couple of games in between but him coming back into the first team again last week saw him rise to the occasion. “He showed great ability on the ball but the biggest thing was the work he did off the ball. “The front three set the tone and defended exceptionally well from the front. If you analyse the defensive I didn’t see anything bad from Kevin at all. Even his booking was a little bit harsh GRAHAM ALEXANDER DefenDs VAn Veen from wrongDoing said: “Confidence is the exact word – it’s huge. I have been told by some of the staff about times last season when Regan’s confidence wasn’t quite what it is just now. “Looking at the boy I’m looking at just now, I said to him a couple of days before the weekend that there’s another 30 per cent in him. When I see side, he was exceptional.” Alexander is taking his team to Ibrox for the first time on Sunday to face Rangers and knows they need to be fully focused against the champions. He said: “I’ve not played or managed at Ibrox so it’s a new one for me. “I’m looking forward to seeing my team go there and play. That’s where I get enjoyment from. “In my second game at Motherwell, we played Rangers here and were 1-0 up with 15 minutes to go. “We were unfortunate to concede a goal which was slightly offside. “That’s what the big teams do. They can build pressure and momentum – and it’s about how you stand up to that as a team. “We had an example of that last week against Aberdeen. We did really well and scored two good goals to win the match. “It will be a similar type of game but away from home we have to be fully focused.” what I see in training, there is way more to come. “He’s playing 90 minutes just now and he’s doing fine, which is a huge step up for him. “He wasn’t playing 90 minutes last season and was coming off in a lot of games. Performances were up and down. I expect an even better end product now.” bY goRDoN BaNNeRMaN Page 51 Middleton a main man for Saints now CALLUM DAVIDSON admits loan Ranger Glenn Middleton is one of his key performers. The St Johnstone boss was desperate to lure the Ibrox attacker back to Perth after his explosive impact last term. Scotland Under-21 ace Middleton was influential late in the campaign as Saints added the Scottish Cup to their Betfred trophy. Davidson is delighted to have the winger back for tomorrow’s trip to Aberdeen after being sidelined for the 2-1 loss to parent club Rangers. He said: “Glenn is playing with a lot of confidence. “He’s comfortable here, he knows what I expect of him and what his team-mates expect of him. “We know what he’s capable of so that’s why we were so keen to get him back here. “He’s one of a number of good attacking players we’ve got. There is Ali Crawford, Michael O’Halloran and David Wotherspoon who all create chances. “Glenn’s fitness levels have moved up this season. “I am really pleased with him and it was disappointing we couldn’t play him against Rangers. “You have seen already this season how important he is to us. Glenn has come back here with a brilliant attitude and I expect him to really kick on again.” Kurtis craves a light show for the Binos eDiNBURgH ciTy v STiRliNg alB KURTIS ROBERTS is relishing a first Friday night under the lights after criss-crossing the States for a kickabout. His Stirling Albion side head to the capital tonight to face an Edinburgh City side who have won both League Two games at Ainslie Park this season after bringing home matchdays forward. Roberts spent three-and-a-half years across the pond after being handed a football scholarship at a college in Kentucky. He said: “We used to play two, maybe three times a week. The teams were roughly two hours away from each other. “I will still find a way to complain about the journey! But I think everybody looks forward to the Friday night games, there is just something different about it.” Ouzy See got up and running last weekend with a first goal on his ninth appearance of the season for Edinburgh City. And he admitted: “It means a lot to me to try to get the club promoted again. “We have been so close the last few years and I think it’s a team that can go that extra step and get us into League One.”

MoRe T DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 52 Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 HUNgaRy To SUcceeD Losa takes Scots training session LOSA WAYS We cAn InSPIRe An enTIRe nATIOn NEW Scotland boss Pedro HUNgaRy v Martinez Losa wants a ScoTlaND winning women’s team to tonight, 7pm inspire the whole country. by aliSoN MccoNNell The Spaniard’s reign kicks off in Budapest as Scotland try to stake their remains confident of claim for a place at the getting the campaign off 2023 World Cup. to a winning start. Scotland made it to the Caroline Weir and Lucy 2019 tournament in Graham miss out while France with huge interest striker Lisa Evans is also in the national team on the injured. Rangers’ Lizzie back of it. Losa would like Arnot, Rachael Boyle of to spark the same kind of Hibs and Glasgow City’s hype again. Jenna Clark have been He said: “The players called up as replacements. were desperate to be back Losa said: “I have to be with the group to see confident. We have what we can build together. T h e s e players will inspire the next generation of girls and women and we also want men to feel inspired by our national team. “We have the experience before of being successful at the last qualification. “We need to start with motivation and points.” Despite the lack of preparatory time to organise his squad – Losa met the players as a group on Sunday evening – and a raft of injury issues, he SCOTLAND boss Steve Clarke is looking at uncapped Sunderland striker Ross Stewart for his next squad, claims Black Cats gaffer Lee Johnson. The former Ross County hitman has scored four goals in six English League One games for Sunderland this season after a £300,000 move. And the 25-year- ScoTS oN THe Way UP fantastic p l a y e r s , energy, v a l u e s a n d t e a m spirit. “ W e w i l l prepare in detail and try to go to the game being brave to get the points. But I cannot guarantee that. “I expect an organised Hungary team who have a new coach from Germany (Margret Kratz). They will feel more confident counter-attacking with a couple of special players they have. It is up to us to neutralise that.” SCOTLAND have climbed four places to 45 in the FIFA men’s rankings, leapfrogging Republic of Ireland who slip from 47 to 50. England climb to third, Wales are at 19 and Northern Ireland 47th. Red-hot Ross is close to cap call says Cats boss old’s displays have attracted interest from Scotland, according to Johnson. He said: “Scotland have definitely watched him, I know that, as they would with all Scottish-born players. “I would think he would have to be in that next band of players to consider, just by virtue of his form.” McLean statue is revealed on eve of the derby but United hero Gallacher insists... There’s only one tribute Wee Jim Would want.. DUNDEE DERBY A WIN Gowser gets an earful going to shops so FiRe STicK Shaun Byrne SHAUN BYRNE admits team-mate Paul McGowan can sometimes receive an earful of abuse just going to the shops. So the 28-year-old insists it will be like water off a duck’s back for the top target of the Dundee United boo boys when he is barracked on his way to Tannadice. The Dundee by Neil RoBeRTSoN derby is back on Sunday for the first time since 2019 along with the traditional walk by the away team to the opposition’s ground. The Dark Blues make the short stroll down the road for the televised lunchtime game and there will be plenty of banter flying their way from fans in tangerine. However, Byrne is adamant that all the stick does is fire up McGowan. The midfielder said: “Walking down the road is a strange experience but it’s a good one. “It’s unique because you don’t do it for any other game and you do get the banter from the fans. You get

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 the shouts but dealing with it is part of the experience and it’s a good laugh. “You know it’s going to happen on the walk down and when the game starts as well. “I don’t really get stick, they have favourites like Paul McGowan – he gets plenty of it. Jason Cummings will TangeRine icon McLean led United to glory at home and in Europe and Gallacher, above left, is glad to see a lasting tribute DUNDEE UNITED will take the wraps off a statue to the legendary Jim McLean outside Tannadice tomorrow. And according to one of his most esteemed prodigies, Kevin Gallacher, the best way to honour the club’s greatest manager would be to knock Dundee off their pedestal 24 hours later. Gallacher won’t be in Tayside for the unveiling of his former gaffer’s tribute as he will be busy working as a pundit down south. But that won’t stop the former United striker taking a quiet minute to remember the man who made him as a footballer and who made United a force in Europe. Gallacher – grandson of Celtic icon Patsy – had been destined to follow the family footsteps to Parkhead. But when McLean stepped into the bargaining for the then 13-year-old in the early 1980s there was no turning back. He went on to blossom in the McLean school of hard knocks, helping the club reach the UEFA Cup Final in 1987 before forging a career that took him to England’s top flight with Coventry, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle as well as winning 53 caps. He was a teenager on the fringes of the first team when United won their only Premier League title under McLean in 1983 – beating their city rivals at Dens on the final day. Now, almost 40 years later, Gallacher is hoping Tam Courts’ current side can make the weekend extra special by get it, Charlie Adam will get it and Leigh Griffiths will get it. “I’d say they’ll enjoy it and Gowser certainly does. He’s the kind of boy who gets abuse going to the shops but he loves it! “Hearing it on the walk down to Tannadice fires him up, it gets him going and ready for the game. So MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK following up Saturday’s statue unveiling with a derby-day drubbing and finally regain bragging rights after the Dens club relegated United five years ago. He said: “The 2 dAYS TO GO exclUSive By FRaSeR wilSon most fitting tribute United can pay Jim this weekend would be to win the derby. “It’s a massive game, always is. Back in our day if you went into the town then half would love you and the other half hated you. “It’s just how it is and it’s great to see it back in the top flight. It’s about who wants to rule the roost and thankfully in my era it was very much United who had the bragging rights. “They were always physical games. Form didn’t matter a bit. Dundee were often struggling but when it came to the derby they always upped their game. “Dundee rubbed it in when United were relegated and rightly so. It worked the other way when United were on top. “It’s payback time for United now. These two teams belong in the top league and it’s just a matter of who’s on top of who when they are there. It’s brilliant that it coincides with the statue. “ J i m deserves a fantastic turnout. He was a h a r d t a s k m a st e r, everyone knows that. But without him giving me the opportunity and sometimes managing me the way he did then I might not have been successful as I was. “So I will always hold him in the highest esteem. “He took a gamble on a skinny kid and believed in my ability. “I had been destined for Celtic. But at 13 Jim sold Dundee United to me. It was his simple words, ‘I don’t care about your size – if you’re good enough you will play for me.’ “The rest is history. I’m working on Saturday but I will definitely have a wee thought about Jim.” Gallacher insists the legacy left by his former mentor will be lasting across Scottish football for generations to come. The 54-year-old added: derby banter is just like water off a duck’s back for him hopefully on Sunday he’ll be able to help us keep them quiet.” Dundee are still looking for their first Premiership victory after the opening five matches of the league campaign. Byrne added: “We are excited and looking forward to the derby. “It would be the perfect time to get He took a gamble on a skinny kid and believed in my ability KEVIN GALLACHER is a mcLean fan “People say success is about winning trophies but that’s not all. It’s about turning a small football club in a two-club city into the biggest club in the city. “What Dundee had done in the 1960s then United had to emulate in the 70s, 80s and 90s. Jim McLean did that. “He put the club on the footballing map across the whole of Europe. “He won the Premier League, he got them to a European Cup semi-final and then a European final. There were many finals on a domestic level too. “If he’d won a few of those he’d have been put on an even higher pedestal if that was even possible. “If you look at Scottish football in the era of the 80s and 90s, when Dundee United and Aberdeen were at the forefront with Jim and Alex Ferguson, then you could argue that kick-started our game and that real quality of Scottish managers that emerged. “Walter Smith went on and became a fantastic manager for Rangers and Scotland. But he learned his trade w o r k i n g u n d e r J i m a t Tannadice. “You can see what the man had and what he passed on to other people.” United have started the season brightly under Courts, beating champions Rangers and sitting four points clear of their neighbours. But Gallacher knows only too well that form goes out the window when the two Tayside forces collide. He said: “Sunday could be anything. I’ve seen derby matches won on a single piece of brilliance – like Ralph Milne with that exquisite chip that won us the league at Dens Park in 1983. “I’ve seen games won by a goalmouth scramble. “They have been fantastic games down the decades – it could be one goal, it could be seven goals – you just never know what you’re going to get.” the first win. We have been playing well and if we keep those displays up, we’ll start winning. “It’s about putting the ball in the back of the net and we have been a bit unlucky on that front. “I think we have a lot of goals in the team and I’m sure they will start coming soon.” WILL Scotland’s women make a winning start to World Cup qualifying in Hungary? QUICK QUIZ 1948: Australian Don Bradman played his last innings on British soil in Aberdeen, scoring 123 against Scotland. Tv sport Page 53 bootroom 1 In which year did Andy Roddick win the men’s US Open title? 2 How many NBA titles did Dwyane Wade win with the Miami Heat? 3 When did show jumping make its debut as an Olympic event? 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MoRe aT DailyReco Page 54 Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 SPORTS VIEW FRIDAY Andy Newport Forget Firhill for twirls – Hendry left PSG in a spin FROM going round in circles at Firhill to almost running rings around Messi, Neymar and Mbappe. It’s been some journey for Jack Hendry. We all remember that viral clip of the then Celtic defender spinning out of control in Maryhill in 2018. Round and round he went as he desperately sought a green and white jersey to pass to. But he the more he spiralled, the more dizzy he became and it was not long before he was embarrassingly stripped of possession. It was an image of a player struggling to get to grips with life at a major club and for many Celtic supporters it was proof Hendry did not have what it takes to make it at Parkhead. Yet three years on and the same Jack Hendry has just doused the hottest frontline in world football with new side Club Brugge. Forget Firhill for twirls, Hendry is back on the straight and narrow after helping the Belgians cause the shock of the opening round of Champions League fixtures as they held PSG to a 1-1 draw on Wednesday night. It was former Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera who gave the French giants their lead at the Jan Breydel Stadium as Messi’s first PSG appearance in UEFA’s top competition ended in a blank for their trio of superstars up top. Brugge had to ride their luck at times, like when Messi smashed the bar with his only attempt of note, but it could also have been Hendry’s team snatching a win. Only a last-ditch block from Abdou Diallo prevented the Scot from stealing the limelight as his goal-bound shot was diverted away second half after Hans Vanaken’s strike had sent the sides in level at the break. It’s an astonishing turnaround for a player who was written off by many, especially when he was dispatched Down Under to Melbourne for the first six months of last year. Things turned around when he took the chance to join Oostende after his return from Oz and the bold move paid off as he was named the best player in Belgian’s top flight after an impressive debut campaign. But even that was not enough to win over those who had seen him struggle with Celtic. And the doubters were back out in force after his Hampden howler against the Czech Republic in Scotland’s Euro 2020 opener. Yes he was daft to take on that long-range shot with his side exposed behind him but who could have expected Patrik Schick to ping one over David Marshall from 50 Clarke’s faith was restored ... Surely it’s time the rest of us gave the kid a break? yards out? Hendry paid a heavy toll as he sat out the rest of the tournament. But Steve Clarke’s faith was restored on the back of Hendry’s £3.5million switch to Brugge and he was as a starter in both of Scotland’s crucial World Cup qualifiers with Moldova and Austria. Surely it’s time the rest of us gave the kid a break? Some will claim it is revisionism to say Celtic made a mistake by failing to take him back over the summer. But he’s not the first player to reinvent himself in comfier surrounds and he couldn’t do any worse than Carl Starfelt managed in his first couple of months. Football is a game of cycles. Right now it looks like it’s Hendry time to take a turn for the better. our top writers give their fearless verdicts every day in record sport eyeiNg ReTURN Steve Kean Ex-Rovers boss is Kean on Forest BY aNDy NeWPoRT Steve Kean could be set for a return to management at nottingham Forest. the Glaswegian is among the list of contenders battling to replace Chris Hughton at the City Ground after the former newcastle and Brighton manager was axed yesterday. Kean had a two-year stint in charge of troubled Blackburn a decade ago. He moved to australia last year to assist Grant Bremner at ange Postecoglou’s former a-League side Melbourne victory before taking interim charge for three months when Bremner was sacked. ex-Swansea boss Steve Cooper is understood to be the leading candidate for Forest but Kean is hopeful he can force his way into the running. iNeligiBle KiD Bilham Ayr face cup KO and Gers may benefit BY FRaSeR WilSoN aYR could be booted out of the SPFL trust trophy – and Rangers reinstated – after fielding two ineligible players in the 3-0 win over the Ibrox B team. the Honest Men handed senior debuts to youngsters Kinlay Bilham and alex Jeanes in the last 10 minutes of their secondround victory in Dumbarton on tuesday. But both are currently on temporary transfers to West of Scotland League clubs Irvine Meadow and Girvan and should not have been involved. ayr, due to face alloa in the next round, will discover their fate at a disciplinary hearing on Monday. albion Rovers were expelled from the competition in 2017-18 for fielding an ineligible player. FaNFaRe Kyle Magennis and Josh Doig, right, applaud Hibs supporters after goalless draw against Hearts at Tynecastle on Sunday co.UK HIBS Don’t dare claim that we were celebrating a draw FRoM BacK Page boss by comparing the sight of his disappointed Jambos trudging back to their dressing room in frustration with the scenes of the Hibs squad applauding their travelling fans at full-time. the Hearts head coach reckoned that was proof of the superior mentality within his squad after the first clash of the new season between the edinburgh foes ended goalless. But Ross claimed his opposite number read the situation wrong as he insisted all his players did was thank the away support for their vocal backing. a sked about ne i l s o n’s comments, the Hibs boss said: “I don’t pay attention to what other managers say, to be honest. “Particularly when the word ‘celebration’ was used. It’s just not true, is it? “So I don’t concern myself with two things. One, external opinions from other clubs and, two, untruths. “I think we proven for a long time at this club, the last year and a half in particular, the mentality we’ve got in the group and where we’re trying to get to. “I think anybody who was in the stadium or who watched the game on television would know that [we were just recognising the fans]. “ that’s why [ne i l s o n’s comments] didn’t really concern me. “anybody would know there’s a significant difference between a celebration and an acknowledgement or an appreciation. I think that happens up and down the country every single week. “even after defeats, we regularly see players acknowledge and appreciate travelling fans and home fans.” Both sides had chances to win last Sunday’s showdown – only for goalkeepers Craig Gordon and Matt Macey to pull off a string of outstanding saves. But neilson suggested earlier this week the green half of the capital were far happier with the result than his side. “You saw Hibs after the game – they were away celebrating with their fans and it seemed like they were delighted to get a point against us,” he said.

Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 JACK ROSS insists there’s nothing wrong with the quality of the product on offer in Scottish football - but he does think it’s time to give the packaging a spruce-up. The Hibs boss is fully behind Easter Road owner Ron Gordon’s attempts to ensure the days of our game being short-changed are over. Gordon has joined up with chiefs from Aberdeen, Dundee, Dundee United and Hearts to launch a major review of the SPFL’s finances and structures as they embark on an ambitious bid to double the current revenue streams from £27million up to £50m a year. Ross is honest enough to admit he has no idea how easy that will be to do. As a football man, his grasp of numbers is limited to 4-4-2 and 4-3-3. But the former Alloa, St Mirren and Sunderland manager has seen enough in his time in the game to know more could be done to sell what Scottish football has to offer to advertisers and sponsors. He said: “It’s difficult for me to say with any certainty that those who are in charge aren’t maximising the commercial revenues because I don’t know how difficult that is to do. “But one thing I’ve always felt following my time in England is we don’t necessarily promote our game in the best possible way all the time. It’s a brilliant product. “I’ve got a good relationship with our owner and I know he’s blown away with how big a deal football is in Scotland and how much it matters to people. “I do think there’s scope to market it better. There might be people who have expertise and say I’m talking rubbish and they have every right to do so. “But given how important it is to society in Scotland we might have a more collaborative MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK TIME TO TALK A GOOD GAME Scottish football’s a brilliant product ...we need to start telling people that says hibs boss jack ross by ANDY NEWPORT approach to marketing and investment. That’s the direction they want to take it. “Ron has asked me regularly what I think we could do better in the game in Scotland and we share dialogue on it. “He’s a good communicator and he likes discussion and debate. He has a genuine wish to improve – not just Hibs but Scottish football – and some of that is born out of the background he comes from.” In yesterday’s Record Sport, former First Minister Henry McLeish confessed he had concerns over the motives of the new review given four out of the five clubs involved have owners based in America. Ross is among those who takes his orders from across the Atlantic, with Peru-born Gordon now based in Miami. The Hibs owner, whose background is in broadcasting and banking, has shown a ruthless streak when it comes to local sentiment having espoused the benefits of slashing the number of senior clubs in Scotland from 42 to 24. But Ross boss believes there are some valuable lessons to be learned from looking to those with experience Stateside. He said: “The MLS is completely different and can’t be compared because there’s no relegation and it has different dynamics. “But they do a huge amount of collaborative work for the betterment of the league rather than the TALKing it up Jack Ross individual clubs. There are maybe things we can learn from that and work together more as clubs to promote the game. “A lot of American sport is like that. The NFL and NBA have no relegation. They’re different but the collaborative effort to strengthen the league all the time is there. “The biggest thing we’re a little bit guilty of – and I include myself in that – is to be afraid of change. “But sometimes change does bring benefits and it might be even a little bit of change can strengthen the game. “We have a good product that a lot of people are interested in but maybe we tend to rely o n the fact people will always love it and will always come, rather than trying to think of ways to make sure people keep doing that. Especially for future generations.” The current generation of fans in Edinburgh made the most of their first chance for 18 months to see the city’s top two clubs go head to head. The opening derby was played out amid an ear-shattering din. Ross would be saddened to see a cap put on capacities again because of the Scottish Government’s plans to introduce vaccine passports for outdoor events staged in front of more than 10,000 people. He added: “From a purely football point of view, we wouldn’t want to take a step back in that regard. But it always will be, as it has been the last 18 months, determined by factors outwith football.” Page 55 PROGRESSINGLee McCulloch Lee: Hearts’ aim is to top the Old Firm by FRASER WILSON LEE McCULLOCH insists splitting the Old Firm isn’t the only focus for Hearts – because they want to topple BOTH. The Tynecastle assistant boss says nothing is out of the question as the club strives to get back to the very top. Gaffer Robbie Neilson has overseen an unbeaten start to the Premiership season after the Jambos’ promotion from the second tier, including an opening-day victory over Celtic. And in the build-up to last week’s table-topping Edinburgh derby, Neilson admitted the Hoops and Rangers were the long-term target. Now his No.2, former Ibrox midfielder McCulloch, insists getting in between the Glasgow giants is just the first objective. McCulloch said: “That’s what this club is all about – trying to split the Old Firm and then can we go above and beyond that? “It’s high expectations but it’s a massive club and we need to cope with the expectations. “As a staff and dressing room we have done that so far. It’s that message – can we get better week by week? “Time will tell how quickly we can do that. It’s been a good start but that’s all it’s been. “Before we came in the club had won four league games the previous season so it speaks volumes for the management and change of mentality. 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MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 56 Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 Lethal Vic’s late double stuns Foxes leiceSTeR.......2 NaPoli.............2 LEICESTER blew a big chance to get their Europa League campaign off to a winning start as they let a two-goal lead slip away. Napoli’s Victor Osimhen struck back with a 69thminute goal then a header two minutes from time. The Foxes looked to be cruising when Harvey Barnes drilled home to add to Ayoze Perez’s early strike. Wilfred Ndidi’s dismissal in stoppage time just added to the Foxes’ woes. Boss Brendan Rodgers said: “The crime isn’t giving away the two goals – it’s if you don’t learn from it.” Rice slices and dices the Croats D ZagReB.........0 WeST HaM........2 DAVID MOYES was a happy man as West Ham opened their Group H campaign with a classy victory in Croatia. Michail Antonio gave them a 22nd-minute lead when he rounded the keeper and found an empty net after intercepting a poor back pass. Declan Rice sealed the win with a fine individual effort five minutes into the second half, breaking from halfway to fire home from eight yards. Boss Moyes said: “I was really pleased with the way the boys played.” Hojbjerg to rescue for lucky Spurs ReNNeS............2 SPURS............2 NuNO ESPIRITO SANTO hailed Tottenham’s character as they fought back for a point in Brittany. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg saved the day in their Europa Conference League Group G opener after Loic Bade’s early own goal gave Nuno’s side a lucky lead. Flavien Tait and Gaeten Laborde fired Rennes into control before Hojbjerg struck with 15 to go. Nuno – who saw Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura injured – said: “It was not perfect. But we showed character and belief to change the result.” EUROPA LEAGUE DON’T LOSE HART ReUNioN Betis boss Pellegrini with his old City No.1 Hart ANTHONY RALSTON insists Celtic shouldn’t be beating themselves up over their collapse to Real Betis after claiming they still put credit in the bank against the Spaniards. The Hoops full-back is convinced the performance against the La Liga cracks is a sign of progress despite blowing a two-goal lead as their Europa League Group campaign began with a crazy night in Seville. Albian Ajeti’s strike and a Josip Juranovic penalty allowed the Glasgow giants to gain an early advantage only for Jota to miss a golden chance for a third. It was to trigger an opening of the floodgates as Joe Hart was beaten four times and Ralston is adamant it left a sour taste after flying out of the blocks. He said: “It’s disappointing to lose the game as clearly our intention was to come here and try to win the game. “We had a good start in the game and managed to get ourselves into a two-goal lead and we were looking strong but we lost that. “The important thing was that Joe beaten four times by ruthless Betis but Ralston takes positives from a Euro thriller by goRDoN PaRKS we kept going and we dug in especially when Betis took the lead. We also managed to keep going to the very end so there are a lot of positives to take away from the game. “We need to take that into the other European games as well as into the league.” The 22-year-old nodded home late on to put something of a flattering look to a 4-3 scoreline which remained respectable due to fine first-half saves from Hart. Hoops boss Ange Postecoglou also went down the route of there being better days ahead for a side which remains a work in progress. And Ralston echoed his manager in insisting the belief in the systems and style under the Australian won’t be altered any time soon. He said: “I definitely feel that there’s a lot more to come from this group of players. We’ve got a quality team, on top of that we have the desire to go places and a strong belief in how the gaffer wants us to play. “I feel we are implementing that, even at this level as well. So it’s important we continue to do that and believe in each other. “We have to focus on each game and try to keep climbing and do what we can. “It’s just important we keep to what we believe in and what we’re trying to do and I am sure we will be fine.” Defeat in the opener leaves Celtic third in Group G after Bayer Leverkusen fought back to beat Ferencvaros 2-1. But Ralston is convinced the latest Seville hard luck story could have had a better ending had they been more clinical. He said: “We had our chances we missed but we need to look at the fact we’re creating them as another positive. In another day if we managed to take them then it’s a different result. “It’s disappointing to lose the game but we need to take all of those positives into the future.” There was a lot to credit Celtic for, especially in a frantic first half hour against Los Verdiblancos, where they created a host of chances. And Ralston is adamant the star quality within the Spanish ranks should be factored into any criticism which comes their way. He said: “Betis are a topquality side, we knew that. We didn’t fear that and we believed we could come here and win. We wanted to play our football and it’s unfortunate that we lost. “But it means that we’re now ready to put all of those positives into our future games. “They’re a quality side and we lost the goals in quick succession after we took a 2-0 lead. “That’s football, it’s how you a Real SicKeNeR Ralston is gutted at final whistle after Hoops lose out in seven-goal thriller react to that and I felt we reacted in the right way. We came out and we fought, even though they took the lead.” A roasting hot Spanish night sapped the energy from the Celtic legs as Betis threatened to run amok. But Ralston is adamant it will prove a valuable learning curve as they face the prospect of trying to get their Europa League campaign back on track against German giants Leverkusen at the end of the month. He said: “It was tiring but these are the types of games you want to play in – they’re going to be hard, they’re going to be physical. It’s how you adapt to the climate and the style of play of the opposition but I felt we did that well. “You just need to keep going to the end. You never know in football. You don’t give up in these types of ties, you want to try and get a result, especially away from home. “On another day we take our chances and it’s a different result but we’ve lost the game. We’ll regroup and focus on the next one.”

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK MORE PAIN IN SPAIN Ring of steel on the outside.. soft under belly on the inside ORGANISED chaos and Celtic have had an unholy alliance under Ange Postecoglou. Messy and shambolic, Champions League exit apart, there was just enough up their cuff to wing it. But it was always a safe bet Real Betis would lay bare the defensive disarray that has been on show all season. Even allowing for the absence of seven of Postecoglou’s recruits in the defeat in Spain last night, it always had the look of another display littered with mistakes amid the attacking gusto. Just why the search for a win on Spanish soil continues for Celtic is difficult to fathom. A two-goal lead before being ripped apart by a Betis side sensing blood and the heart of the Hoops backline was where they found it. It was billed as a nostalgic return to Seville. Eighteen years have passed since that UEFA Cup Final defeat by Porto and this trip wasn’t one to savour. There was also an historic theme as Betis faced Scottish opposition for the first time and talk was about an old alliance. A common bond exists due to the sharing of green and white strips, accompanied by a quaint tale of Betis founding member Manuel Asensio Ramos returning from a spell studying in Scotland and adopting the colours after becoming hooked on Celtic. Those relations may be a bit strained after a temperamental contest that always looked capable of boiling over. This test was always going to be daunting, however you want to gauge it. Budget, standard of weekly competition or the fact out of Europe’s top five leagues the Andalusians have lost the least amount of games in 2021 – three against Barcelona, Sevilla JEREMIE FRIMPONG showed Celtic just what they’re missing with a blockbuster display in Bayer Leverkusen’s fine start to Group G. The Dutch wing-back set up both goals for the Germans ahead of a return to Parkhead later this month. But it was the Turks who took the aNalySiS goRDoN PaRKS iN SeVille and Real Madrid. Throw in melting hot temperatures and this Europa League Group G opening tie had the feeling of a clash fraught with trouble and no Hoops fans there to see it. Always inventive, the Celtic support discovered the strictest security protocols were in place, as a Seville address was required for starters and no briefs were to be found on the black market. A ring of steel around the Benito Villamarin Stadium came in the shape of baton-armed police who looked ready to do FRiMPoNg’S aMoNg THe Big BHoyS leVeRKUSeN........2 FeReNcVaRoS......1 lead in just eight minutes when Tokmac Chol Nguen burst clear and squared for Ryan Mmaee to tap in. Leverkusen dug deep and they business. Yet some supporters made the journey on a wing and a prayer that they’d be able to get their hands on tickets. Dozens arrived outside the ground a few hours before kick-off before accepting their fate by wandering off to watch the match in a boozer. An early booking for Ismaila Soro was as much to do with the amateur dramatics of Nabil Fekir as he hit the deck. Some more theatre saw Celtic take the lead in the 13th minute through Albian Ajeti, cleared to celebrate by VAR after a couple took control, finally finding a leveller in 37 minutes when Frimpong crossed for Exequiel Palacios to net from inside the box. And the 20-year-old was involved again for the winner, picking out Florian Wirtz to rattle home in the 69th minute. ToUgH jUaN Starfelt, right, after Miranda goal and lockout for fans, below Celtic defence far easier to breach than stadium of minutes. Soro was treading a thin line with another foul. Frantic and chaotic, two teams were going at each other’s throats as Betis hosted one of the biggest crowds of the Covid era at 60 per cent capacity. They were appalled by what they saw. Celtic were two the good as Ajeti was felled by Betis keeper Claudio Bravo and Josip Juranovic cracked home the penalty. Too good to be true. Juan Miranda and Juanmi delivered a double whammy in the space of three minutes. The game was up when Borja Iglesias and Juanmi edged the contest out of sight, despite Anthony Ralston’s late header. A group-stage win on the road remains elusive since Lazio almost two years ago. ToP DiSPlay Frimpong hails Wirtz after his goal Page 57 TURKiSH DeligHT Ozil is hailed by team-mates after goal Wizard of Oz keeps it Frank with Germans MESUT OZIL spoiled Eintracht Frankfurt’s return to the European stage as he bagged a 1-1 draw for Fenerbahce. The 32-year-old, making his return to Germany after a bust-up with the national team saw him quit international football, was clinical for the Turks. He curled home the opening goal in 10 minutes only for Sam Lammers to rattle in a leveller before the break. In stoppage time Kevin Trapp saved a penalty from Dimitris Pelkas to secure a point for the Germans. Monaco took full points in Group B as they edged out a stubborn Sturm Graz side thanks to Krepin Diatta’s 66th-minute goal. Meanwhile, in Group E there was a big win for Galatasaray as a first-half own goal from Thomas Strkosha handed them a 1-0 victory against Lazio. The other clash saw Lokomotiv Moscow hold Marseille to a 1-1 draw with 10 men. Nayair RoUND-UP Tiknizyan walked for a second booking in 58 minutes, with Cengiz Under tucking away the penalty for the French. But with just a minute left, Faustino Anjorin popped up to make sure of a point. In the Europa Conference League, Tammy Abraham was among the scorers as Jose Mourinho’s Roma thrashed CSKA Sofia 5-1. Graham Carey gave the away side the lead in the 10th minute before Lorenzo Pellegrini’s superb curling effort levelled it. Stephan El Shaarawy put Mourinho’s men in front with a 38th-minute strike, Pellegrini added their third just past the hour mark and, after CSKA’s Yanic Wildschut saw red, Gianluca Mancini then Abraham sealed it. Slavia Prague won 3-1 at home against 10-man Union Berlin in Group E after late goals from Jan Kuchta and Ivan Schranz. ReSUlTS & TaBleS eURoPa leagUe gRoUP a RANGERS ..........0 LYON ...................2 HT: 0-1 Ekambi 23 Tavernier 55(og) BRONDBY ..........0 S PRAGUE..........0 P W D L F A Pts Lyon .................1 1 0 0 2 0 3 Brondby ..........1 0 1 0 0 0 1 S Prague ..........1 0 1 0 0 0 1 Rangers ..........1 0 0 1 0 2 0 gRoUP g REAL BETIS ......4 CELTIC................3 Miranda 32 Ajeti 15 Juanmi 35, 53 Juranovic 27(pen) Iglesias 51 Ralston 87 HT: 2-2 LEVERKUSEN...2 F’ENCVAROS ....1 Palacios 37 Mmaee 8 Wirtz 69 HT: 1-1 P W D L F A Pts Real Betis ........1 1 0 0 4 3 3 Leverkusen .....1 1 0 0 2 1 3 Celtic ...............1 0 0 1 3 4 0 Ferencvaros ...1 0 0 1 1 2 0 Group B – Monaco 1, Sturm Graz 0; PSV 2, Real Sociedad 2. gRoUP c LEICESTER .......2 NAPOLI...............2 Perez 9 Osimhen 69, 87 Barnes 64 HT: 1-0 P W D L F A Pts Legia W ............1 1 0 0 1 0 3 Napoli ..............1 0 1 0 2 2 1 Leicester .........1 0 1 0 2 2 1 S Moscow .......1 0 0 1 0 1 0 Group D – Frankfurt v Fenerbahce, Olympiacos v. Antwerp; Group E – Lok Moscow 1, Marseille 1; Galatasaray 1,Lazio 0; Group F – Midtjylland 1, Ludogorets 1; Red Star 2, Braga 1. gRoUP H D ZAGREB .........0 WEST HAM ........2 HT: 0-1 Antonio 22 Rice 50 R VIENNA ...........0 GENK ..................1 HT: 0-0 Onuachu 90 P W D L F A Pts West Ham ........1 1 0 0 2 0 3 Genk ................1 1 0 0 1 0 3 Rapid ...............1 0 0 1 0 1 0 D Zagreb ..........1 0 0 1 0 2 0 eURoPa coNFeReNce leagUe gRoUP g RENNES .............2 SPURS ................2 Tait 23 Bade 11(og) Laborde 72 Hojbjerg 76 HT: 1-1 MURA .................0 VITESSE .............2 HT: 0-1 Tronstad 30 Darfalou 69 Vitesse ............1 1 0 0 2 0 3 Rennes ............1 0 1 0 2 2 1 Tottenham .......1 0 1 0 2 2 1 Mura .................1 0 0 1 0 2 0 Europa Conference League Group A – HJK 0, LASK 2; Group B – Anorthosis 0, P Belgrade 2; Flora 0, Gent 1;Group C – Bodo/Glimt 3, Zorya 1; Roma 5, CSKA Sofia 1; Group D – Jablonec 1, Cluj 0; Randers 2, AZ 2; Group E – S Prague 3, U Berlin 1; Group F – Slovan 1, Copenhagen 3; Lincoln 0, PAOK 2; Group H – Kairat 0, Omonia 0; Qarabag 0, Basel 0. FooTBall ToDay (7.45, unless stated) Premier League – Newcastle v Leeds (8.0). Scottish Cup 1st rnd – Cumbernauld v Buckie (8.0), East Stirling v Fort William. League Two – Edinburgh City v Stirling Albion. Women’s World Cup Qual – Hungary v Scotland (7.0)

PAGe 58 MORe At DAilYRecORD.cO.UK DAilY RecORD Friday, September 17, 2021 Man byMan BY GORDON PARKS celtic JOe HARt 6 Stunning first-half saves with stop from Guardado’s header pick of them. Hard to apportion blame as defence evaporated. ANtHONY RAlStON 6 On his heels as Betis got down his flank far too often. Failed to eliminate cross for killer third but nodded in late third. cARl StARFelt 5 One terrific early block on Joaquin. Committed but caught far too square as Betis pinpointed the space behind him. cAMeRON cARteR-VicKeRS 5 Slack with distribution and static as Juanmi netted. Clearly needs games as reaction to danger alarmingly poor. JOSiP JURANOVic 6 Emphatic penalty and a terrific outlet as he tried to help Montgomery ahead of him. Struggled to deal with Fekir. ADAM MONtGOMeRY 6 Composure in advanced wing-back role linking with Juranovic superbly early on. Struggled as game progressed. iSMAilA SORO 6 Had to tread a dangerous line after early booking but a key man as Celtic gained a control in midfield for spells in first half. DAViD tURNBUll 6 Architect of opener with sublime pass to Jota and a bright spark in midfield. Brilliant free-kick for Ralston’s header. tOM ROGic 6 Shot over early on. Always a creative force but work off the ball and going back the way didn’t help his side’s cause. AlBiAN AJeti 7 Showed penalty-box instinct grabbing opener then winning penalty. A much more convincing performance. JOtA 6 Terrific cross for Ajeti goal. Not enough cutting edge. Needs to lift workrate coming back down the pitch. SUBS JAMeS MccARtHY 4 Added composure and drive from midfield for last half hour. Not used: Barkas, Bain, Scales, Welsh, Urhoghide, Shaw, Murray, Henderson. possession BetiS celtic 43% 57% 9 SHOtS ON tARGet 7 7 SHOtS OFF tARGet 9 3 cORNeRS 6 14 FOUlS 14 4 YellOW cARDS 2 ReAl BetiS Bravo, Montoya, E Gonzalez, Victor Ruiz, Miranda (A Moreno 69), Canales (R Gonzalez 82), Guardado (William Carvalho 69), Joaquin (Ruibal 54), Fekir (Rodriguez 68), Juanmi, Iglesias. Subs not used: Akouokou, Tello, Willian Jose, Rui Silva, P Bellerin, Sanchez. Referee: F Jovic (Croatia). CRUELLA Spot the difference as another trip to Spanish city ends in heartache for Bhoys as they blow two-goal lead more pain in Spain – more sorrow in Seville. Yet it could have been so different for Ange Postecoglou’s patched-up Celtic had they not blown a two-goal lead – after Albian Ajeti’s opener and Josip Juranovic’s penalty – in the Benito Villamarin Stadium. The Hoops’ defensive frailties came back to haunt them again as they were blitzed by Real Betis. A double from Juanmi and goals from Juan Miranda and Borja Iglesias gave the Spanish side an opening Group G win – although Anthony Ralston’s late header ensured it was a nervier end than it should have been for the locals. There were positives for Celtic. They started and finished the game well – and three goals away from home is always a decent haul. But if they continue to defend the way they did last night they will be lucky to win a game in this group. Betis didn’t have to be brilliant to cut through a Hoops backline that EUROPA LEAGUE ReAl BetiS....4 celtic....3 ScOtt BURNS iN SeVille was hardly inexperienced, with Juranovic, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Carl Starfelt all proven international players. You also had an experienced former England No.1 Joe Hart behind them – although in fairness he did nothing wrong! Yet Betis looked like they could carve Celtic apart at will. Postecoglou has brought in the majority of this defence and, okay, Juranovic was asked to play out of position on the left. But they have to be a lot better and reliable than on this showing. Celtic now have home games against Bayer Leverkusen and Ferencvaros and will be praying the Parkhead atmosphere can help get them back into contention. This trip to Seville was in sharp contrast to the last one back in 2003. Martin O’Neill’s side had travelled knowing they were potentially 90 minutes away from UEFA Cup glory. This time Postecoglou’s side were coming in as the underdogs and very much under-strength, through an unfortunate mix of injury, Covid and religious reasons. Captain Callum McGregor, Liel Abada, James Forrest, Nir Bitton, Giorgos Giakoumakis, Greg Taylor and Kyogo Furuhashi were just some of the names who were unavailable. The Betis squad, managed by the highly experienced Manuel Pellegrini, were at the opposite end, settled and battle-hardened. The Chilean coach also had a real insight into Celtic at both ends of the park, having worked with Hart at Manchester City before signing Ajeti for West Ham in 2019 just a few month before he was sacked. Adam Montgomery was handed his first European start for Celtic, as were Juranovic, Carter-Vickers and winger Jota. These sides are known for greenand-white kits but both took to the field wearing their change strips. Postecoglou went out on the front foot. Some good battling from Ismaila Soro won the ball and allowed Tom Rogic to thread a ball through to Jota but keeper Claudio Bravo came off his line bravely to deny him. Soro then went into the book early for an early foul on Nabil Fekir. The Seville sun was beating down but it was Celtic who turned up the heat and took a deserved lead. David Turnbull fed Jota who beat his full-back and put in a delightful cross that Ajeti bundled into the net in the 13th minute. Ref Fran Jovic initially whistled for handball but the VAR assistant Bastian Dankert intervened and after

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK THRILLS AND SPILLS SEVILLE Page 59 FlyiNg Jota was outstanding says manager Postecoglou ANGE: wE’ll GEt bEttEr & stroNGEr a nail-biting two minute delay Ajeti and Celtic were finally able to celebrate the opener. Betis battled back and Hart got down well to deny Andres Guardado. Soro was lucky not to walk for a clumsy challenge on Joaquin. When the whistle went the home fans expected a second yellow to be shown but instead Guardado was booked for his protests. The Hoops were delighted with the Croatian referee again when Ajeti nipped in ahead of Bravo who took him down. Juranovic was an unlikely penalty taker but he coolly stepped up to slam the ball confidently into the top right-hand corner of the net in the 28th minute. Celtic suddenly looked to be on course for their first win in Spain after a wait of almost 60 years – but that was to quickly change. Their vulnerability at the back this season has been an Achilles’ heel and it was exposed again as they cheaply Real FRagile Ajeti scores opener and, far left, Juranovic nets penalty before, right from top, Miranda, Iglesias and double scorer Juanmi make Celtic pay blew their two-goal lead in the space of 180 seconds. Fekir played the ball into the box and Miranda got a break when it fell into his path. He slotted it low under Hart in the 32nd minute. Iglesias then wasn’t picked up as he broke the offside trap and unselfishly squared to give Juanmi the easiest of tap-ins. Celtic had worked hard for their goals and then much too easily surrendered to go in level at the break. It took just five minutes No caSe FoR DeFeNce after the restart for Betis Gaffer Ange Postecoglou to inevitably go ahead. watches his Celts stars sink Miranda found Sergio Canales and he was given too much time in space to put in a cross for Iglesias to knock home. By now the visitors were a shambles at the back and Betis’ fourth wasn’t long in arriving. A corner was only half-cleared and it fell to Juanmi before he arrowed a shot in off Hart’s right-hand post. James McCarthy came on for Soro as Postecoglou tried to salvage something while Pellegrini took off his big guns. Jota was Celtic’s best player on the night. He fired a cross towards Rogic but the Aussie’s volley came back off the post. Celtic rallied in the closing minutes and Ralston headed home Turnbull’s free-kick. The Hoops tried to rescue a point but it was too little too late. That late goal put a different reflection on the scoreline – if not the game. FRoM bacK Page Celtic boss hopes that will be the case for the next two European games when they have Bayer Leverkusen and Ferencvaros at home. Postecoglou said: “Don’t get me wrong, I’m disappointed we didn’t win and I’m disappointed the players didn’t get their rewards but it doesn’t deter my bullishness about where we’re heading. “We’re just going to get stronger, there’s no doubt about that. Tonight, that’s our baseline against a very good opponent. “We’ll get some players back who are going to help us absolutely, particularly to settle the team down a bit. We’ll be stronger. “Hopefully over the next week to 10 days we’ll have three or four back.” Captain Callum McGregor, Kyogo Furuhashi, James Forrest, Giorgos Giakoumakis, Greg Taylor, Liel Abada and Nir Bitton were some of the top stars missing. Postecoglou admitted his first instinct is always to go out and attack. He said: “Yeah, I’ve got mixed emotions. I’m really proud of the team and the football we played. “The opposition are a good team, we’re away from home and the football was good. But they have some quality and there were periods of the game where they got momentum and some big goals. On the other side of that, we had other opportunities to go further ahead, so it’s disappointing the players didn’t get the rewards for the efforts they showed. “I was really proud of the football we played and the efforts the players put in. We had some resilience to show irrespective of circumstances, we will be a certain kind of football team. “We wanted to take the game to a good team and I don’t think there was much between the sides.” Celtic’s defensive woes cost them dearly in Seville. But Postecoglou said: “Tony Ralston has been outstanding but he’s missed a few games. It was Cameron (Carter-Vicker)’s second game, Carl (Starfelt) has just come in this year. It’s Josip’s (Juranovic) third or fourth game. It’s going to take time for us to get that understanding. “I see in them a desire to get better and improve and that’s the most important thing.” Celtic’s top performers were at the top end of the pitch. Jota, in particular, shone like a beacon. His manager added: “It’s still a team learning to play together. We’re throwing players in but Jota was outstanding. He posed a threat all night.” Betis boss Manuel Pellegrini believed there was only going to be one outcome when they pulled it back to 2-2. He said: “We played a big team in Europe. The first 25 minutes were our worst but we were able to solve it.” RalSToN looKiNg aT THe PoSiTiVeS see page 56

Page 60 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 EUROPA LEAGUE iT’S My PaRTy aND i’ll cRy iF i WaNT To Gerrard reacts as Lyon turn on style, below, with Islam Slimani, party for opener by Ekambi and Lucas Paqueta gets the better of Leon Balogun DeNieD acceSS Lennon Lennon and Sutton are a ‘security risk’ at Ibrox FRoM BacK Page forced to change their plans to host coverage for both matches from Ibrox and quickly drafted in former Hoops midfielder Stiliyan Petrov to analyse his old club’s early evening encounter with Real Betis from the studio in London. Sutton claimed Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson had deemed them a “security risk” as he hit out at the club’s “Everyone Anyone” diversity campaign. The former Parkhead striker said: “I’m not allowed to work on the Celtic game tonight from a studio at Ibrox along with Neil Lennon as Stewart Robertson, the Rangers CEO, says that we are a security risk. “Good to see Rangers’ ground-breaking diversity and inclusion campaign ‘Everyone Anyone’ is working well...” BT Sport released a statement saying: “We had hoped that Darrell Currie and the team would be able to present the coverage of both the Celtic and Rangers UEFA Europa League games live from Ibrox this evening, as we have done in the past. “Rangers have since raised security concerns and so we have had to change our plans.” Powerbrokers at Ibrox insisted they had complied with competition rules. A statement read: “We have complied with all UEFA contractual obligations to facilitate BT as host broadcaster. Any conjecture or speculation is both inaccurate and unhelpful.” PaiN iN SPaiN goeS oN PAGES 58&59

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 RANGERS were looking forward to enjoying a golden anniversary party at Ibrox but an old ex turned up to make it an awkward evening. Steven Gerrard wanted to celebrate his 50th European tie in style before former foes Lyon took the shine off it. Rangers fans will always have a space in their hearts for the French town after their love affair back in 2007. A fair few choose to ignore the second date when Lyon pitched up in Glasgow and reversed the scoreline to send Walter Smith’s men out the Champions League. There were no hard feelings back then, though, as it was better to have loved and lost – plus it sent Gers on their way to the UEFA Cup Final in Manchester. But it was tough love last night as ruthless Lyon left the Light Blues searching for a silver lining. A lot has happened in the 14 years since that showpiece. Rangers have made a remarkable journey back to the top level but it’s not exactly been much fun for French outfits such as Lyon since PSG got turbo-charged by Qatari cash, They’ve not won Ligue 1 in that time but they still landed in Scotland with a side that looked capable of doing damage. The talk had been about former Celtic man Moussa Dembele coming back to his old Scottish stomping ground but the frontman was left at home crocked on the couch. Gers fans weren’t wary at facing a former tormentor, though. They were keen to show the grinning assassin how far their side have come since he was rag-dolling defenders around these parts. Rangers under Gerrard are unrecognisable from those dark days and have firmly become part of the Europa League furniture. Plenty of big names have come and gone over his 50 games in charge, with teams including Porto, Feyenoord and Galatasaray crawling out of Govan. But Lyon were a different beast. Gerrard reckoned going in that the side might be the best of the 25 he’s faced on the continent and he was proved right. They were simply a cut above. OL might not have got off to a flier in France this season but things are taking shape under new boss Peter Bosz. And they still have players who can produce moments of quality. There wasn’t much between the sides when Karl Toko Ekambi produced a piece of brilliance. If MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK EX MARKS THE SPOT Anniversary bash to forget for Stevie G as new Bosz turns party pooper Gerrard hits 50 but French aren’t Lyon down BooT in THe BoSZ Lyon boss Peter and, right, Kent in pain analySiS S MicHael gannon anything, Gers were shading it. But that’s what can happen at this level. It only takes a drop of the shoulder and a swing of a boot to land a blow. Ryan Kent got caught out in possession but there was still a ton of work to do. John Lundstram could maybe have showed Ekambi outside but the finish was unreal. That’s the difference. Rangers had chances as well, arguably some of the better ones. Kent was back on it and back to his best, Joe Aribo was a threat, while Alfredo Morelos was selflessly taking the hits against defenders as well as dropping deep to create space for others. Lundstram has yet to win over the Ibrox fans and while he might have been beaten for the goal, there were a few hints in his performance to suggest he could kick on. The second goal was a sore one. If the opener was magical, No.2 was more farcical as the ball DeFenSive Dig iS DaneS’ DangeR BRONDBY marked their return to European football group stage after a 16-year absence by snatching a well-earned point in Group A. It was a hectic and physical battle that lacked any sheer class or cutting edge, with both sides struggling to carve out any real BRonDBy...............0 SPaRTa PRagUe...0 chances of note. But Croatian midfielder Josip Radosevic had a stellar display for the Danes and could be a key man against Rangers. Defensively, Brondby looked a tough nut to crack and that will give Steven Gerrard plenty to think about after a disappointing lack of creativity from his own side in their defeat by Lyon. Brondby travel to Glasgow on October 21 but will first head to France for their second clash. pinballed around before ending up in the net after hitting skipper James Tavernier. It gave Lyon the cushion they wanted to feel more comfortable while Rangers supporters were shifting uneasily in their seats. Kent limping off was the last thing they needed and another sign the night was heading south. Lyon were happy to keep their shape and hit on the break while the home side just couldn’t find the ex-factor. Gerrard’s Ibrox marriage has been a match made in heaven but this was an anniversary bash to forget. RUnning Man Radosevic Page 61 Hotline anDy newPoRT anSweRS yoUR callS RANGERS fans are creaking like an old IKEA wardrobe after learning Swedish centre-back Filip Helander is ruled out until December. Steven Gerrard still has Connor Goldson, Leon Balogun and Jack Simpson to fall back on – although the latter has been left out of their squad for the Europa League. And craig Murray, east Kilbride, reckons that is a mistake the Ibrox boss might live to regret. He said: “I know the UEFA rules on who can and cannot be included in your squad are complex but surely Rangers should have ensured they had four centre-backs on their list.” Niko Katic would have been an option had he not been sent out on loan to Hajduk Split in order to build up his fitness following last year’s serious knee injury. Bluenose Davie Phillips, clydebank, said: “I really wish we had kept big Katic here in Glasgow this season. For me, he’s a much stronger option at the back than Balogun or Simpson.” Celtic fan David Bryce, Troon, is also worried about the lengthy injury list at Parkhead. He said: “Celtic’s injury list is shocking and simply not good enough. Guys like James Forrest and Mikey Johnston are never available for selection. “And for Ange Postecoglou to say Giorgos Giakoumakis is not up to speed, in the middle of September, is simply shocking. Do players not play when they have a knock these days?” We learned earlier this week that Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs, Dundee United and Dundee have launched a probe into the SPFL’s finances as they look to double the revenue Scottish football can generate. But andrew lamb, Fraserburgh, said: “The quote of tHe day ‘For Ange Postecoglou to say Giorgos Giakoumakis is not up to speed, in the middle of September, is simply shocking’ search for new money by five of the SPFL clubs simply proves that there are far too many teams in the SPFL chasing a small pot of cash. The Premiership can support no more than 10 clubs, max.” Hotline regular gordon ashley, ayr, was back for his daily bicker as he said: “Caller Chris Lowe must be nominated for a comedy award after his Alfredo Morelos gag in yesterday’s paper. “His list of so-called big names he has netted against that ‘goes on and on’ but actually ends after the three clubs he mentions. He’s worth £6million tops.” But Frank McFerran, carrickfergus, just wishes we could all get along. He said: “As a Rangers fan, unlike the famous Celtic fan on this site, I want both teams to do well in Europe.” alan lough, Dunbar, wasn’t impressed by what he saw from PSG’s star-studded line-up after they failed to overcome a Club Brugge defence marshalled by Scotland’s Jack Hendry on Wednesday night. 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Page 62 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 EUROPA LEAGUE Man byMan BY MICHAEL GANNON RangeRs allan McgRegoR 6 A safe pair of hands as usual. No chance with the stunning opener and did his best on the way to the second. JaMes TaVeRnieR 6 Own goal was unfortunate as he couldn’t get out of the way and thumped the post with a terrific free-kick. connoR golDson 6 Rash tackle almost got him in bother with VAR. Made important blocks but under severe pressure after half time. leon BalogUn 6 Strong early challenges. Worked hard to keep tabs on a dangerous frontline. BoRna BaRisic 5 Often pinned down and got in to a mess in the build up for the second goal. JoHn lUnDsTRaM 6 Left chasing for opener but grew into game and came close with early shot. sTeVen DaVis 5 Rare off night. Often crowded out before Lyon stretched the play out wide. glen KaMaRa 5 Started well but eventually bypassed on a dissapointing night. Joe aRiBo 6 Posed a danger coming on to left foot. Found it tougher after the break when Lyon kicked on. alFReDo MoRelos 7 Led line and took the hits, dropping deep to drag defenders and create space, but frustrated by lack of chances. Ryan KenT 7 Dispossessed for opener but more like his old self going forward. Injury a major concern. sUBs scoTT wRigHT 4 Lyon made it difficult for him to impact. KeMaR RooFe 4 Worked hard in attempt to get into game. FasHion saKala 3 Frantically tried to make an impact. Subs not used: McCrorie, McLaughlin, Bassey, Patterson, Bacuna, Kelly, Arfield, McClelland. possession RangeRs lyon 47% 53% 2 sHoTs on TaRgeT 3 10 sHoTs oFF TaRgeT 7 3 coRneRs 3 18 FoUls 18 3 yellow caRDs 2 lyon Lopes, Gusto, Boateng (Diomande 65), Denayer, Emerson Palmieri, Caqueret, Bruno Guimaraes, Aouar, Lucas Paqueta, Slimani, Toko Ekambi (Shaqiri 71), Keita, Damien Da Silva, Pollersbeck. Subs not used: Bonnevie, Bradley Barcola, Lukeba, Henrique, Cherki. Referee: A Ekberg (Sweden). THaT’s ToRn iT Goldson is dismayed but Slimani delights in the own goal by Tavernier that doubles Lyon’s lead after the opener from Ekambi, above right, despite Lundstram’s best efforts, below right Sutton and Lennon get turned away but Rangers allow French side access all areas Blues need IF only Rangers could have threatening than might have been turned Lyon away at the door the case. RangeRs.......0 lyon.......2 last night. But Gerrard’s caution was fully The ploy worked on Neil Lennon By anDy newPoRT justified as Lyon proved midway and Chris Sutton as the BT Sport through the first half. pundits were denied access amid affair as the ball bounced off James and Filip Helander ruled out injured Goldson had already been booked “security concerns”. Tavernier into the Rangers net but it until December, a collective cold for catching Ekambi high on the leg The former Celtic heroes were due was no less damaging as the Scottish sweat broke out earlier this week as with a reckless challenge. to be on pitch-side analysis duty at champions made a losing start to the Gers faithful realised they might VAR decided a yellow was enough the home of their old sparring Group A. have to pin their hopes on Leon but the Englishman may have wished partners – that was until Gers chiefs Gerrard had predicted pre-match Balogun and youngster Calvin Bassey he’d hit the Cameroon ace a little stepped in to suggest the this would be his team’s toughest being solid enough to tame ex-Celtic harder when Ryan Kent was stripped broadcasters made alternative challenge in Europe yet as they hitman Moussa Dembele. of the ball in the 23rd minute after arrangements. came up against a side who were But with Goldson given the OK to being far too casual collecting But in the end Steven Gerrard’s Champions League semi-finalists break down his bedroom barricade possession on halfway. team were far too accommodating only 13 months ago. and former Old Firm tormentor Lyon quickly worked the ball out to Peter Bosz’s Ligue 1 giants as they His first 49 games against Dembele left behind in France with wide to Ekambi, who found it far began their fourth consecutive continental opposition had only a muscle injury, it appeared the cause too easy to give Lundstram the slip Europa League group-stage witnessed eight defeats but the for alarm was premature. before whipping a sublime finish campaign. French outfit were every bit as slick Lyon were able to include Lucas past Allan McGregor. It was Gerrard’s 50th European as the likes of previous conquers Paqueta and Bruno Guimaraes after Rangers were playing with the game in charge but the anniversary Leverkusen and Slavia Prague. Nicola Sturgeon’s government gave handbrake on during the opening atmosphere fell flat as first Karl Toko Yet there were reasons for the the green light for the key Brazilian quarter but the loss of the opener at Ekambi was afforded all the time he Ibrox faithful to be hopeful as they duo to skip quarantine. last forced them to put the foot to needed to sweep home a stunning looked through both line-ups But with former Liverpool winger the floor. opener. Lyon’s second was a far scrappier ahead of kick-off. With Connor Goldson isolating Xherdan Shaqiri starting on the bench, on paper this looked far less Lundstram was back in to start as Gerrard finally opted to forgive and

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK BEARS MAULED BY LYON Page 63 THe MaiN MilaN Divock Origi got start against Italians KLOPP SURE ORigi waS On hiS way OUt a bouncer forget the former Sheffield United man’s schoolboy Alashkert sending-off following a month of bench detention. He dropped a gear and drove into the box only to be sent sprawling by Paqueta. Swedish ref Andreas Ekberg said it was a fair shoulder barge and the play raged on. Kent, attention levels jolted by his part in the opener, scampered past the hesitant Jerome Boateng before teeing up Joe Aribo but there was no way past Anthony Lopes. Houssem Aouar free in the box. He cut back for the unmarked Malo Gusto but a golden chance was wasted as he pulled a shot wide. Barisic did better moments later to find Kent in the box but Lopes pulled off a fabulous one-handed stop down to his left to preserve the lead heading into the break. And Lyon doubled their advantage on 55 minutes as Paqueta was allowed the time and space to do the damage. Boateng got a vital touch to one of the captain’s crosses to deny Balogun a free header. Kent provided his boss with further cause for concern when the £7million man went down clutching his hamstring. The last thing Gerrard needs is his main playmaker ruled out of action after a stuttering start to the season. Gerrard threw on Again Kent did his best to make He didn’t hang about as he slid Scott Wright, amends, dancing his way to the byeline before finding Alfredo Morelos. The Colombian teed the ball back to Lundstram but his shot was dragged agonisingly past the base of the far post. Lyon then should have been two a cute reverse pass for Aouar into the box and was on the rebound as McGregor parried the first shot. He couldn’t net but Dembele’s stand-in Islam Slimani’s did see a strike eventually dribble over the line after ricocheting between the Fashion Sakala and Kemar Roofe in the hope of sparking a late revival. New signing Sakala did well to burrow his way into the box but up on 38 minutes. knees of Goldson and ultimately iNJURy aDDeD To when he failed to find Borna Barisic had looked scared Tavernier. The skipper may have iNsUlT Kent trudges a blue shirt with his stiff of Paqueta all night and when sparked a fightback had his free- off after suffering cross the last hope he froze again, the Brazilian rolled kick not clipped the outside of hamstring damage for the home side the ball through his legs to set Lopes’ post soon after, while disappeared. JURGEN KLOPP was stunned nobody came in with a serious offer for Divock Origi this summer. And the Liverpool boss insists the out-of-favour Kop striker will go down as a club legend. Origi, 26, made his first Reds start since January in Wednesday night’s 3-2 win over AC Milan in the Champions League. The Belgium forward impressed with an assist for Mo Salah’s vital second-half equaliser before cramp forced him off after the hour mark. Klopp is happy to have him at the club but admits he thought he’d be off in the last transfer window. The German said: “To be 100 per cent honest, of course I thought he would maybe leave in the summer. But the football world is a crazy place and people obviously forgot how good he is. “It is really difficult to get into this team. That’s just how it is and I have to decide about different positions, who I bring on, how I want to react before a game. “That’s why Div was not in, he did nothing wrong. “He trains, he gives everything and sometimes you still don’t make it into the squad. “That really can happen, especially when everybody is fit. “But for this game he was the right player to do it and he did really well. “He was not injured, he had cramps, that’s normal and so now let’s see. “I’m really happy I could give him the opportunity. “Divock is a great guy By cHRis McKeNNa and in 10 years when we look back he will be a Liverpool legend. But he is too young to be already seen as a legend so he has to play football.” Origi has scored some big goals for the Reds including two in the fightback victory against Barcelona in the 2019 Champions League. He then netted the second in the final to beat Spurs and lift the trophy. After Origi’s comeback show, AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli labelled Liverpool “dangerous” but admitted his side were overpowered. The Italians overturned a 1-0 deficit at the end of the first half thanks to quick goals from Ante Rebic and Brahim Diaz against the run of play. But Liverpool’s dominance paid off after the interval as Salah made up for his earlier penalty miss with a goal and Jordan Henderson struck the winner. Pioli said: “We played a really tough opponent and we put in a huge effort right to the very end. It is pretty indicative of the level we have achieved thus far. “Liverpool are at a high level but we are not quite there yet. We will use this game to develop and to gain experience in this competition. “Liverpool are dangerous. Probably we could have done a bit more but the level of our opponents punished us. That’s why we paid for the errors we made.” No aNNiVeRsaRy PaRTy FoR Boss see pages 60 aND 61

dailyrecord.co.uk facebook.com/TheScottishDailyRecord @Record_Sport We didn’t celebrate derby draw.. that’s just not true Friday, September 17, 2021 JACK ROSS has blasted back at Hearts rival Robbie Neilson over claims his Hibs players “celebrated” last week’s Tynecastle stalemate. The furious Easter Road manager, left, says by ANdy NEwPORT his Gorgie counterpart has been peddling “untruths” with comments made in the wake of last weekend’s derby draw. Neilson irked the Leith TURN TO PAGE 54 cAUSE FOR cONcERN Injured Ryan Kent 50th party falls flat as Lyon maul the Bears newspapers support recycling The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2016 was 62.8% RANGERS .... 0 LyON .............2 by ALAN MARSHALL STEVEN GERRARD’S 50th European tie as Rangers boss ended in agony as his Bears were mauled by Lyon – and Ryan Kent suffered a hamstring injury. Karl Toko Ekambi fired in a fine opener for the French side before hapless James Tavernier scored a second-half OG. But it’s the injury to winger Kent that will cause Gerrard the most concern. MATcH REPORT PAGES 62&63 Lenny and Sutton get Ibrox KO BT SPORT pundits Chris Sutton and Neil Lennon were denied access to Ibrox last night to cover the Old Firm’s Europa League clashes. Gers chiefs told broadcasters the pair had been deemed a security risk. BT were TURN TO PAGE 60 REAL BETIS..4 cELTIc..3 Under-strength Celtic blow a two-goal lead in 7-goal thriller but bullish Ange says: Will my Bhoys get better? YOU BETIS WE WILL by ScOTT BURNS ANGE PoSTEcoGlou insists he’s bullish about celtic’s Europa league ambitions after his understrength side came close to a Real result against Betis. The Hoops had stormed into a two-goal lead but poor defending saw them lose four goals before Anthony Ralston’s late strike left them on the wrong end of a seven-goal thriller in the Benito Villamarin Stadium. But Postecoglou reckons his side can walk away with their heads held high and will get even better – when they get all their top stars back. The TURN TO PAGE 59 HOOPS UPSIdE Ralston is down but still headed the third goal for Celts late on EURO SPEcIAL: pages 56,57,58,59,60,61,62&63 Published by Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd (0141 309 3000) One Central Quay, Glasgow G3 8DA and printed at Reach Printing Services in Glasgow, Oldham, Watford and Interpress Belfast. Registered at the Post office as a Newspaper © Scottish Daily Record and Sunday Mail Ltd, 2021. A Reach plc newspaper. ★★★★

Daily RecoRD Friday, September 17, 2021 MoRe aT DailyRecoRD.co.UK Page 1 EXTRAPUZZLES STAR SEEKER Can you find the star name hidden in this crossword? Complete the crossword in the normal way then make a note of the letters contained in all the squares which are marked with shaded stars. These letters will make an anagram of the name you are trying to discover. H H ACROSS 1. Villain (9) 8. Pinch (3) 9. Unsuitable (11) 11. Adore (7) 12. Pop (5) H 13. Wooer (6) 15. Feverish (6) 17. Cool (5) 18. Pleasant (7) 20. Agreeable (11) 22. Sever (3) 23. Hot-headed (9) H H H H H H DOWN 2. Tavern (3) 3. Cattle farm (5) 4. Sudden (6) 5. Bother (7) 6. Impenetrable (11) 7. Sight (9) 10. Diploma (11) 11. Witticism (9) 14. Slanting (7) 16. Madman (6) 19. Insert (5) 21. Zero (3) H H H General Knowledge Quiz 1. Who wrote Cat’s Cradle in 1963? A Kurt Vonnegut Jr B Anthony Burgess C John Fowles D Edna O’Brien 2. Who was the star of the show Lord of the Dance? A Michael Flatley B Michael Fitzpatrick C Daniel O’Connell D Daniel James 3. With which musical instrument was Arthur Rubinstein associated? A Violin B Cello C Piano D Guitar 4. Which Spanish composer is best known for the piano work Goyescas? A Enrique Granados B Felipe Pedrell C Pierre Boulez D Arcangelo Corelli 5. Which American ballet dancer and choreographer founded her own dance school in 1927? A Martha Gilbert B Martha George C Martha Graham D Martha James 6. Which of the following is the title of an Ariana Grande UK Number One single? A thank u, next B missed u since C I luv u, now D c u then Ariana Grande See Question 6 7. With which sport was Ludmilla Turishcheva associated? A Swimming B Horse Racing C Tennis D Gymnastics 8. Which former mistress of Earl Spencer teamed up with his estranged wife in a pre-divorce court hearing? A Victoria Frank B Emily Cantrim C Susanne Royle D Chantal Collopy 9. Which British guitarist composed the rock opera Tommy? A Brian May B Eric Clapton C Pete Townshend D Rod Stewart 10. Which American author wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winner A Death in the Family? A Mark Twain B Tennessee Williams C James Agee D John Steinbeck 11. Which alloy is melted to form a joint between other metals? A Smelt B Molten C Lava D Solder 12. Which female vocalist had a top ten hit single in 1988 with Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi? A Belinda Carlisle B Kylie Minogue C Cindy Lauper D Annie Lennox 13. In what year did the Peterloo Massacre take place? A 1919 B 1819 C 1850 D 1834 14. What name is given to a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and tartaric acid used in cooking? A Flour B Yeast extract C Baking powder D Vanilla essence 15. In Rugrats, who is baby Tommy’s best friend? A Chuckie B Drew C Phil D Lil SUDOKU There is one simple rule in Sudoku. Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9, and so must each 3 x 3 box. Easy Medium Hard 7 2 6 8 3 1 3 7 9 6 1 7 5 1 4 7 7 7 3 2 1 9 4 8 2 4 1 8 3 9 8 2

Page 2 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 EXTRAPUZZLES FILL IN When you’ve completed the puzzle, rearrange the shaded squares to spell out a building. We’ve given you one word to start you off. 1. Indian river which flows into the Gulf of Cambay (7) 2. Metallic element, symbol Cd (7) 3. The --- Sea is between Australia, New Guinea and Vanuatu (5) 4. Large grey Eurasian goose, Anser anser (7) 5. River in N. France which was the scene of heavy fighting in World War I (5) 6. Shrub from which a reddish dye is obtained (5) 9. Fiorello, U.S. politician who was mayor of New York from 1933-45 (2,7) 14. Georges, French dramatist who authored the farce Un fil à la patte (7) 15. Doris, author of The Good Terrorist (7) 16. William, Oxford cleric and don who had a habit of transposing his consonants (7) 19. Benjamin, American paediatrician born in 1903 (5) 20. Name adopted by comedian Milton Marx (5) 21. Bird of marshes and river banks with a long straight bill (5) WORDSEARCH NINERS ACROSS DOWN 7. South American river which drains the largest area in the world (6) 8. David, 1970 show jumping individual world champion on Beethoven (6) 10. Seaport in Kenya (7) 11. Republic in Arabia whose capital is B O X I N G Sana’a (5) 12. Guy, 1976 Olympic 110m hurdles champion (4) 13. Alexandre, French author of La Dame aux camélias (5) 17. Jawaharlal, first prime minister of the republic of India (5) 18. 1965 film starring The Beatles (4) 22. Avoirdupois unit of weight equal to 16 ounces (5) 3 LETTERS 4 letterS 5 letterS 6 letterS 7 letterS 23. Eugene, Romanianborn dramatist who Ado Anon Alley Boxing Aviator Bar Bray Carob Galaxy Ioniser authored The Bald Day Debt Oldie Nettle Prima Donna (7) Gab Mop Nub Garb Lots Lyre Salad Salvo Totem Parent Senate Tongue 24. Percussion instrument consisting of a thin circular Sap Moan piece of brass (6) 25. Marine animal of the Set Yoga phylum Porifera (6) Find these words relating to Cornwall in the grid below. Words can run forwards, backwards, up, down and diagonally. BEACHES CLOTTED CREAM EDEN PROJECT FISHING GRANITE JAMAICA INN LAND’S END MOUSEHOLE NEWQUAY PASTIES PENZANCE POLDARK ST MICHAEL’S MOUNT SURF BOARD THE LIZARD TIN MINES TINTAGEL TRURO E P K R A D L O P L Z S H M A T P M N C J P E A P E I H A N I O A O N R N N G H P X T E X N C S S U I D E C A T U T R S A L U U T S A A W H T C W C U R S W R E I E C F Q E N A D F G U U N S B E H I J U A I E I L R D E W E H S O A J A V T S O F Z C G L N R Q L M D Y T H X B H W V J P I Q Y E A U O I L O M L Y N O N M I R A J L N A A K N E C N A Z N E P S C G S R M D A Q A O M Q I N E B P O D E D R A Z I L E H T V H C S T M I C H A E L S M O U N T General Knowledge Crossword A test of knowledge for the sporting enthusiast 6 9 12 17 1 2 3 4 11 10 13 14 19 7 16 18 5 15 8 WORD WISE The word may sound familiar, but do you know what it means? ACROSS TALION Each number from 1 to 9 represents a different letter. Solve the clues and insert the letters in the appropriate squares to discover a word which uses all nine letters. 1 5727 gives a song; 2 578896 gives a poem; 34319 gives a saying. SPORTWORD A B C Like-for-like punishment Eagle’s foot Club foot 3569726 gives a house; 9837 gives a second house; 1534 gives a lodging. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. South Africa-born athlete who ran for Great Britain at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 (4,4) 6. River ....., Buenos Aires team who won the Supercopa Argentina in March (5) 7. See 15 Down. 9. George ...., Swindon Town striker who moved to Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1999 (4) 10. Eddie ......, F1 driver who won the 1999 Malaysian GP (6) 12 and 18 Across. Minnesota Utd boss who managed Burnley FC from 1996-97 (6,5) 14. Initialism for the world governing body for track and field (4) 17. Moses ....., 1991 World Championships 10,000m winner (5) 18. See 12 Across. 19. Carlos ........, WBC Welterweight champion 1976- 79 (8) down 2. Surname of IRFU’s all-time top scorer and second most capped player (5) 3. Figure skating jump named after a Norwegian skater (4) 4. Person who officiates in a tennis or cricket match (6) 5. MS ....., who in September became the first cricketer to captain India in 200 One Day Internationals (5) 6. Jermaine ......., 2011-14 Stoke City winger previously at Liverpool, Birmingham and Arsenal (7) 8. The ....... man, substitute fielder and drinks carrier in cricket (7) 11. Tim ......, 2004-12 Everton midfielder; has scored for Australia in three FIFA World Cups (6) 13. The approach of a bowler in the game of cricket (3-2) 15 and 7 Across. 1986 F1 world champion (5,5) 16. Andreas ...., former Germany forward signed by Celtic in 1995 (4)

Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Page 3 REMEMBER WHEN The following events all occurred in living memory. Can you guess the year? A 1. West Side Story hit cinema screens 2. Gary Cooper died 3. John Leyton hit the U.K. No.1 spot twice with Johnny Remember Me 4. Diana, Princess of Wales was born Arrowword Destroy Exhaust (3,3) Mediocre (2-2) Farm building Play a part Hot drink Film's dialogue Petroleum Voice box Bury A pair In motion Civilian B 1. Rain Man was released in the USA 2. Kylie Minogue had her first U.K. No.1 with I Should Be So Lucky 3. Stefan Edberg and Steffi Graf won the Wimbledon singles titles 4. Russell Harty and Christina Onassis died C 1. Virginia Woolf died 2. Japan launched an attack on the US navy base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 3. Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood was born 4. Britain’s V for Victory campaign was launched Attacked As well Spirit Circuit Decorate _ James, pictured Hades river Cooking pot Canvas Principle Joy Enquire Eggs Try out Famous scientist (5,6) Citizens of Rome Space Belonging to him Departed Snake Continent QUICK QUIZ 1. Which comedian had a Big Show series on Saturday nights on BBC One? 2. Little Rock is the capital of which state of the USA? 3. Who wrote the music to the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar? 4. Who became leader of the Labour Party in 1983? 5. Scurvy results from the lack of which vitamin? 6. Which composer’s works include Water Music and The Messiah? 7. What do the initials IMF stand for? 8. Which William Golding novel is about a group of schoolboys marooned on a tropical island? 9. Of which country is Hanoi the capital? 10. What sort of creature is a cassowary? Stops working Quantity of paper Loneness _ Carr, TV host In favour of Ireland Celtic language Vegetable Printing errors Fish Hunger Donkey Prayer ending Slightly open Royal attendants Lover Stair Observes Decay Seized Lead pellets Having left a will Actor, _ Walliams, pictured Scraps of cloth Italian wine Disgust Ban Omelette ingredient Petty details Travel over snow Mammal CODEWORD Boxing champion Day before This puzzle has no clues. Instead, every number printed in the grid represents a letter, with the same number always representing the same letter. For example, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wherever a square contains 8. Using your knowledge of words, complete the puzzle. _ Blyton, writer Consume Tree Unfasten Paddle 1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 N I 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2 3 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 O R A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 A B

Page 4 MORE AT DailyRecord.CO.UK Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 EXTRAPUZZLES TWO SPEED CROSSWORD This two-speed crossword has two sets of clues, but just one grid. If you can’t solve the Cryptic clue, try the Quick. Cryptic Across 1 & 23Ac. Unfounded description of military unit deprived of headquarters (8) 3. To encourage debts is not genuine (8) 9. South American city to you and me will be tumultuous (7) 10. I’d set different food courses (5) 11. Fails to maintain equilibrium on top of scales (12) 13. Wolfish, but raised in rank (6) 15. He acts in a pure way (6) 17. Is he light-headed as far as I.Q. is concerned? (7-5) 20. Look round a ship for noosed rope (5) 21. To show great keenness and then get upset by custom (7) 22. The team’s players are church officials (8) 23. See 1 Across. Down 1. Hooters in farm buildings (4,4) 2. Do some firing (5) 4. A thumping good thing to use with mortar (6) 5. Usual ways of travelling assumed by horsemen (6,6) 6. Concord – that’s a singular state (7) 7. In the Guards a showy part of the insignia (4) 8. Joint enterprises for making underclothing (12) 12. What no direct current does! (8) 14. A speed about fifty gave satisfaction, maybe (7) 16. Go back to surrender again? (6) 18. A smartly attractive kind of accent (5) 19. In addition it’s almost sumptuous (4) Quick Across 1. Bottom (4) 3. False (8) 9. Uproarious (7) 10. Eating plans (5) 11. Tips up (12) 13. Wolflike (6) 15. Virginal (6) 17. Forgetful person (7-5) 20. Lariat (5) 21. Show eagerness (7) 22. Assistants of a parish church warden (8) 23. Fewer (4) Down 1. Birds of prey (4,4) 2. Tend a furnace (5) 4. Grinding instrument (6) 5. Horsewomen’s dresses (6,6) 6. Unison (7) 7. Waistband (4) 8. Sets of numbers (12) 12. Wanders (8) 14. Satisfied (7) 16. Ebb (6) 18. Sharp (5) 19. Added to (4) CLOCKWORD The solutions from 1 to 12 are all six-letter words ending with the letter in the centre. Moving clockwise from 1, the letters in the outer circle will spell out the name of a US actress. 10 9 11 8 1. Panel members 2. Runs away to marry 3. Italian port 4. Wanderers 5. Fools 6. Origins 12 7 S 6 1 6 7. Biblical book 8. Boughts 9. Wounds 10. Poems 11. Expels 12. Boats 2 5 3 4 Solutions Star Seeker Across: 1 Miscreant; 8 Nip; 9 Incongruous; 11 Worship; 12 Burst; 13 Suitor; 15 Hectic; 17 Chill; 18 Amiable; 20 Acquiescent; 22 Cut; 23 Excitable. Down: 2 Inn; 3 Ranch; 4 Abrupt; 5 Trouble; 6 Inscrutable; 7 Spectacle; 10 Certificate; 11 Wisecrack; 14 Oblique; 16 Maniac; 19 Inset; 21 Nil. Star Name: MICHAEL BUBLE. General Knowledge Quiz 1 A; 2 A; 3 C; 4 A; 5 C; 6 A; 7 D; 8 D; 9 C; 10 C; 11 D; 12 B; 13 B; 14 C; 15 A. Easy Medium Hard Fill In M O A N C G A R B O V S A L A D P I R L O T S S A L V O A O S E T B O X I N G A N O N Y O G A P A R E N T N U B T T O L D I E D E B T T S D A L L E Y E A L Y R E M B R A Y Word: CASTLE 7 5 2 6 8 4 6 3 1 5 2 9 8 4 9 1 3 7 9 2 6 4 1 8 1 8 4 7 5 3 3 7 5 2 9 6 2 1 3 9 6 5 4 6 8 3 7 2 5 9 7 8 4 1 9 1 3 4 8 7 2 5 6 7 3 5 6 2 9 1 4 8 8 7 4 5 9 1 3 6 2 General Knowledge Crossword Across: 7 Amazon; 8 Broome; 10 Mombasa; 11 Yemen; 12 Drut; 13 Dumas; 17 Nehru; 18 Help!; 22 Pound; 23 Ionesco; 24 Cymbal; 25 Sponge. Down: 1 Narmada; 2 Cadmium; 3 Coral; 4 Greylag; 5 Somme; 6 Henna; 9 La Guardia; 14 Feydeau; 15 Lessing; 16 Spooner; 19 Spock; 20 Gummo; 21 Snipe. Sportword Across: 1. Zola Budd; 6. Plate; 7. Prost; 9. Ndah; 10. Irvine; 12. Adrian; 14. IAAF; 17. Tanui; 18. Heath; 19. Palomino. Down: 2. O’Gara; 3. Axel; 4. Umpire; 5. Dhoni; 6. Pennant; 8. Twelfth; 11. Cahill; 13. Run-up; 15. Alain; 16. Thom. 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Friday, September 17, 2021 in association with @Road_Record facebook.com/ScottishRoadRecord www.roadrecord.co.uk Classic rally event raises smiles of fun See more at www.road record. co.uk Pictures: BLUE PASSION and WILL BROADHEAD SCOTS petrolheads and classic car fans might have been lucky enough to catch sight of a feast of fine machines over the last few days. That’s because the Scottish Malts Rally, run by HERO-ERA, has been taking place across the country – covering 930 miles in total. The field of about 60 cars that entered has included everything from a 1928 4.5-litre Bentley Le Mans to a 1990 1.8-litre BMW 318i. Marques also among the mix take in Riley, Chevrolet, Jaguar, MG, Morgan, Datsun, Triumph, Austin Healey, Porsche, Lotus, Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, Renault and Rover. The eclectic bunch has been competing in challenging drives and performance tests starting at Dalmahoy Hotel on the western outskirts of Edinburgh and finishing there later today. But the scenic route has included the likes of the Tay Forest, Pitlochry, Cairngorms, Inverness, Spey Valley, Aberdeen, Strathmore, Crieff and Loch Lomond. Visits to distilleries and significant stately homes and castles has also been part of the fun for those taking part. After being forced to cancel last year’s event because of the Covid pandemic, it’s been a welcome 17th running of the event along a brand new route. Wake up to dangers By Giles Blair g.blair@roadrecord.co.uk MOTORISTS are being given advice on how to stay alert at the wheel as many return to the grind of the daily commute after a year of working from home. Research shows that most crashes are likely to happen within five miles of the home, as motorists switch off on repetitive journeys. In fact, one in every 25 fatal car crashes is related to fatigue – so experts from vehicle leasing firm Vanarama have come up with top tips to staying awake at the wheel. Firstly, if possible, time your journeys to avoid peak sleepiness periods. Drivers are 20 times more likely to fall Commuters get top tips on ways to avoid crashing while they’re tired More motoring news, videos and reviews at www.roadrecord.co.uk asleep at the wheel at 6am than at 10pm. Most people’s body clock has a natural dip, which causes drowsiness and reduced concentration, in the early morning between 2am and 6am and afternoon between 2pm and 4pm. Get cold air circulating around your car. If your vehicle is stuffy or overly warm, this will make you feel sleepy while driving. Open your windows or turn your air con on full blast to wake you up – but aim the air vents away from your eyes to avoid drying them out. Interestingly, research shows that chewing gum helps alleviate tiredness due to it stopping you from yawning. Play some upbeat music and try picking songs that you know the words to so that you can sing along and stimulate your brain. Vanarama recommends listening to punk or indie music, as an earlier study found they were the two genres that increase motorists’ heartbeats the most when driving – keeping them alert. Refrain from eating heavy carbs and sugary snacks before driving. While you may be tempted to eat crisps and chocolate as an afternoon pick-me-up in the office, they could be doing you more harm than good. Once they metabolise and the sugar spike in your bloodstream wears off, your drowsiness can increase even more – making you sleepier and more prone to an accident on your drive home. Exercise before you drive – working out increases the blood flow to your brain, which helps lower your level of stress hormones. So, cramming in a 20-minute workout on a morning before you drive to work will not only improve your fitness levels, but will help you feel more alert when driving. Vanarama also submitted a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to uncover the cities with the sleepiest drivers. It asked the DVLA for the number of drivers that have reported a sleep or tiredness-causing condition, which can affect their driving ability. Unsurprisingly, given its size, London topped the table with 1100 motorists with sleep-related conditions. This was then followed by Bristol in second place (477) and Birmingham (440). Glasgow, with 434 cases, was ranked fifth while Edinburgh with a listing of 177 drivers, was placed 15th. You can find out full details at www. vanarama.com.

2 @Road_Record facebook.com/ScottishRoadRecord www.roadrecord.co.uk Daily Record Prices revealed for new Fabia THE fourth generation of Skoda’s Fabia supermini will be priced from £14,905 when it arrives later in the year. That’s an increase of about £1000 over the current model but the newcomer is bigger all round and comes with more equipment. Built on one of parent group VW’s latest platforms, it has exceeded the four-metre length for the first time and boot space is up by 50 litres to 380 litres. Four trim grades will be available initially, with the line-up topping out from £18,980 for SE L models. The range will consist of S, SE Comfort, SE L and Colour Edition grades, with the SE Comfort and SE L trims aimed at drivers looking for a good-handling car that is well equipped. Colour Edition versions focus on style and have contrasting paintwork for the roof, wing mirror caps and alloy wheels. A sporty Monte Carlo trim will follow early 2022, with more details to be announced later. The engines are from VW’s EVO 1.0-litre range and will be available in 65, 85, 95 and 110PS outputs, with the higher-powered version coming with a seven-speed DSG box as standard. Skoda says that the boot capacity of the new model is the largest in the supermini class and all new Fabias will come with LED headlights, a range of driver assistance systems including road-edge detection and a colour touchscreen. High grade SE L versions will have a 9.2in display panel, sat nav and dual-zone air conditioning among their standard features. Mid-grade SE Comfort models are priced from £16,795 while the Colour Edition costs from £17,495. 33ENJOYABLE The MG5 EV SW is fun to drive, has plenty of creature comforts and good room to keep families happy on their travels See more at www.road record. co.uk Mazda upgrades CX-5 family SUV AN UPDATED version of the Mazda CX-5 will be on the road next year as the Japanese car maker goes about improving its popular SUV. It will be the first model to come with the Japanese brand’s new intelligent drive system, which enables the driver to select the most appropriate set-up with one touch of a switch. Mazda’s next generation of SkyActiv-Vehicle Architecture is also being used on the 2022 CX-5, further evolving the bodyshell, suspension and seats to improve ride comfort and reduce fatigue. Road noise has also been greatly reduced, particularly when driving on rough surfaces such as gravel. Some 4x4 model grades equipped with Mazda’s i-Activ AWD system further benefit from an Off-Road Mode, which makes driving feel easier on unmade, slippery surfaces. Externally, the car gets a new-look grille and front wing design, while the front and rear lamp clusters have also been restyled. New trim levels are also being introduced, with the three model line-up now being called Newground, Sport Black and GT Sport. The interior now comes with a wireless phone charging tray in the centre console and changes in the boot see the two-piece, reversible loadspace floorboard and the tailgate sill at same level to aid loading. Updated safety systems now include cruising and traffic support that helps reduce driver fatigue when stuck in congestion. Prices will be announced later in the year. Mighty Good.. THE MG5 is a breath of fresh air in the electric-car market for its genuine practicality, affordability and quality. Wearing the badge of the famous British marque, the MG5 EV SW (to use its Sunday name) is a smaller family estate car with a price that really makes eco-friendly motoring a possibility for many. By comparison, many alternative electric vehicles are either too small or too expensive for the average motorist – and sometimes both. But the MG5 doesn’t just win on those fronts as it also delivers a dynamic driving experience, which you might not expect for the money. Talking of which, there are four versions – the Excite costing from £25,095, on the road after the plug-in car grant, Exclusive at £27,595 and Long Range versions of both priced £26,495 and £28,995. All feature a 115kW/156PS motor driving the front wheels, with either a 52.5 or 61.1kWh battery – giving average ranges of 214 or 250 miles, which is more than enough for most people’s needs. I tested the car in the highest-spec version and found it enjoyable to drive thanks to its liveliness. In common with other electric vehicles, the linear acceleration created by the one-speed automatic gearbox is delightful and the MG hits A brand with a massive sporting heritage is helping to propel motorists into electric cars with the MG5 EV SW estate, reckons GILES BLAIR 60mph in just 7.3 seconds and tops out at 115mph. A smart, large, centre-console dial control for the gearing is supported by buttons that add to the pleasure by offering three drive modes and increasing the force of the brakes to regenerate battery power. The Eco, Normal and Sport modes are brilliant at providing the kind of relaxing or more engaging driving experiences you might want. They influence various factors concerning energy efficiency and the car’s handling and responses to driver input – in the same way that many such options work in traditionally powered cars. So I found myself enjoying relaxed cruising along motorways and having some real fun accelerating out of corners on country roads. A low centre of gravity created by the combination of the chassis-placing of the battery pack and the estate-car styling ensured excellent dynamics. And the MG5 drove well over all road surfaces except the most weather-ravaged. But even then, I’ve had much more expensive vehicles perform far worse. When it comes to rejuicing it, a 50kW charger will get you to 80 per cent in an hour, while a domestic 7kW wall box will get to 100 per cent in nine and a half hours. Handily, if you find you need to, a three-pin household plug charging option is also available and works well for topping up if you have concerns. The charging connection point is also cleverly concealed behind the MG badge on the front grille, which I thought was another nice touch. Otherwise, the MG5’s sleek looks make it stand out in the EV market and I admired the great use of pronounced contoured lines on the bodywork, along with the bright 16in alloy wheels. The flowing design was complemented by great use of chrome brightwork all around. I felt the way it was used to connect the front grille to the headlamps and integrate the tail lights across the boot was particularl effective. Step inside and the family practicalities are immediately obviou – but unexpected luxuries for the money are likely to impress as much The lack of a transmission tunnel creates genuine room for two adults up front and three kids in the back, with good storage options and four USB ports. The boot offers a minimum capacit of 464 litres – which is good for the holiday luggage – or 1456 litres for your DIY/flat pack furniture needs with the rear seats folded. The Exclusive comes with extreme comfortable leather seating and som fine interior chrome detailing as wel as a good feeling of durability. An eight-inch infotainment touchscreen significantly adds to proceedings with sat nav, smartphon integration, rear parking camera and access to other in-car functions. Other creature comforts on the tes model include keyless entry and star auto lights and wipers, cruise contro and an informative instrument cluste And the MG Pilot safety system features active emergency braking with pedestrian and bike detection, lane keep assist, traffic jam assist, intelligent speed limit assist and auto high beam. MG is certainly proving that electr vehicles can be a reality for the everyday motorist. More motoring news, videos and reviews at www.roadrecord.co.uk

ly e l t t, l r. Daily Record @Road_Record facebook.com/ScottishRoadRecord www.roadrecord.co.uk 3 Why it’s now easier to switch to an EV By Giles Blair g.blair@roadrecord.co.uk A LEADING Scottish electromobility expert has been explaining how electric cars really are becoming accessible to all motorists. Dave Pickles’ timely words of wisdom come after last week’s World EV Day and ahead of the global COP26 climate change conference being held in Glasgow in November. He highlighted the increasing affordability of new and secondhand electric cars, massive strides in battery technology, rapid rise in charging opportunities and government grants available. But, Dave, the boss of Glasgowbased Jorro sustainable energy company, is under no illusions and knows the public need to be better informed. Equally, he takes a pragmatic approach to the situation and accepts that the EV solution won’t yet work for drivers who travel for more than 25,000 miles a year. Nonetheless, Dave makes a strong case for the fact that electric cars are ideal for the majority of motorists. He said: “There’s a big disconnect between people’s perceptions about battery power and the reality. Battery technology has moved on massively in 10 years – it’s like the equivalent of going from a floppy disk to hard drive. “The battery packs now have a JJPUTTING MOTORISTS IN CHARGE Companies such as Jorro can fit domestic wallboxes to new-build and established properties warranty for at least 100,000 miles and some early EVs have managed more than 300,000 miles on the original battery. “There’s also a bigger range between charging that’s gone from about 60 miles in the early days to about 240 on average. “And owners of older cars can refresh them with more powerful, modern batteries because they are the same size. You can also just replace individual cells in the packs.” Dave was also keen to dispel myths about problems with electricity supplies in older properties when it comes to fitting domestic wallbox charging points. He explained: “Home chargers have been developed to protect against overload. All new chargers need to be able to handle varying levels of voltage supply. “It’s massively rare for us not to be able to install a charge point – and they can be put in most homes that have a private parking space.” And that applies to modern blocks of flats with car parks. Jorro has just installed the capability for 144 points at a complex in Edinburgh. The home owners can simply sign up to activate the points when they switch to using an EV. And for the many thousands of people in cities who don’t have off-street parking, Dave highlighted the rise in public facilities. He said: “Public charging is now coming through at quite a pace. Workplaces, supermarkets, fast-food outlets and hotel groups are all putting in charge points. “They realise that you can easily put in charging facilities for staff or customers – but you can’t put in petrol stations the same way!” As for users, he pointed out that for most commuters who travel less than 250 miles a week, it might mean they have to visit a public fast-charging facility once a week or so for less than an hour. Finally, Dave stressed that owning and driving electric cars is more affordable than many people think – especially now many mainstream marques are making them. He said: “Not everyone knows about the latest grants or zero per cent loans from the Scottish Government. “But these open up options for new and used electric cars. If you look at what’s available at the budget end of the market, you’ll find they have good specs and all the gadgets. “They are enjoyable to drive and can be engaging – with differing regeneration modes, for example. “And they are more practical, with more space inside for families because there’s no gearbox system or large engine taking up room.” More motoring news, videos and reviews at www.roadrecord.co.uk y . s y e ic

4 @Road_Record facebook.com/ScottishRoadRecord www.roadrecord.co.uk Daily Record Doune action is going to be a peak attraction this weekend THE King of hillclimbs is extending a royal welcome back to spectators as one of Scotland’s most famous motorsport venues gears up for a weekend of thrills over the next few days. This is the first time in two years that visitors have been allowed at Doune, known as the King of the Hills for its snaking 1350-metre course through the Perthshire countryside. It’s rightly regarded as one of the most challenging hillclimbs in the world. And to give motoring fans and others looking for a family day out an extra reason to come and By Al Suttie see Scotland’s fastest race cars in action, the ticket price has been reduced to just £5 for adults. Children aged 14 and under enjoy free entry when accompanied by adults, making the Doune Hillclimb an ideal family day out in the fresh air. There’s a packed competitive entry for the weekend, with cars ranging from pre-war classics to the latest high-tech single-seaters, and everything in between. And the Scottish Hillclimb Championship reaches its climax at Doune with the final rounds held on the Saturday and Sunday. There will be guaranteed close racing as Stuart Sugden in his GWR Raptor and Les Mutch in another Raptor battle it out for the national title. There are also plenty of class honours at stake, so keep an eye out for the fight between David Reid in his Subaru Impreza and Renault Clio driver Derek Rothnie. Racing starts at 9am tomorrow and again on Sunday, with action throughout both days and lots of spectating places all the way up the hill. 33ALL GOMitchell and Balon, main image and top right, the Proctors’ McLaren, mid right, and the McAMS pairing, below right. Meanwhile, rally crews put on a top showing left and below Galloway Hills Rally images: Eddie Kelly Motorsport Photography See more at www.road record. co.uk Chasing the titles MOTORSPORT By Giles Blair g.blair@roadrecord.co.uk SCOTS motorsport aces were battling it out in style last weekend to ensure a thrilling end to the 2021 season. Reigning British GT champion Sandy Mitchell kept himself in the mix to retain the overall title, while Stewart Proctor and son Lewis succeeded in clinching the Silver-Am crown. On gravel, the Galloway Hills Rally was full of drama and incident to leave the Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) crown up for grabs for a few crews. Elsewhere, Tarran Mackenzie continued to press for the British Superbike Championship (BSB) and Wallace Menzies secured the British Hillclimb Championship (BHC). The Scottish Motor Racing Club (SMRC) also had an entertaining round as its competitors travelled south to Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire. The British GT contenders, which included Scotland’s Jonny Adam and Ian Loggie, faced the challenge of one Scots racers and rally crews are very much in the mix as season heads to a climax dry and another very wet race at Oulton Park in Cheshire. While none of the tartan talent got on the podium at the end of the first 60-minute encounter, better was to follow in the soaking second contest. Mitchell and Barwell motorsport team-mate Adam Balon managed to grab the number two step on the podium in their Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo. And not far behind was Loggie and Yelmer Buurman in their RAM Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3. The results mean that four crews are now realistically scrapping for glory in the decider at Donington on October 17. Forfar 21-year-old Mitchell said: “We’ve achieved exactly what we wanted to do this weekend, and that More motoring news, videos and reviews at www.roadrecord.co.uk was to make sure we’re in the fight to win the title in the final round. “Adam and I will go there determined to win the race. That’s all we can control. Do that, then we’ll see where we end up in the championship.” The Proctors were able to put in a couple of decent performances in their Balfe Motorsport 720S GT3 to secure the Silver-Am honours. Lewis said: “We’re pleased to win and it was fun out there this weekend. We’ve learned a lot and look forward to Donington.” Meanwhile, after struggling in the early stages, MINI WRC crew David Bogie and John Rowan eventually romped home with a 29-second lead in the Galloway Hills Rally. But as they were not in the SRC title fight, that meant the competition behind them was fierce. And Borders driver Garry Pearson and his Skoda Fabia R5 co-pilot Niall Burns finished second, despite losing their roof scoop, to strengthen their bid for the championship. There was a really intense battle for third place but Aberdeenshire’s Scott Beattie and former Scottish Champion co-driver Paula Swinscoe, from Lancashire, claimed the place in their Mitsubishi Evo 7. Securing the Scottish 2WD title, it was another good day out for Mark McCulloch and Michael Hendry in their Ford Escort Mk2. The battle for the overall title in the 2021 Championship is now a two-horse race going into the final round, the Carlisle Stages on October 24, between Ford Fiesta R5 pair Jock Armstrong/ Cammy Fair and Pearson/Burns. There was also plenty of drama in the BSB as McAMS Yamaha riders Jason O’Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie clashed and crashed out while leading the first of the races at Silverstone. But despite injuries – including broken hand and wrist bones for the Scot, who was initially declared unfit for the remaining encounters – they bounced back to claim the top two places in the brace of contests on Sunday, swapping the top step. Mackenzie now lies a very close second to his team-mate as the championship heads towards its “Showdown” conclusion involving the top contenders. Gould GR59M driver Wallace Menzies, however, has secured the BHC title in a closely fought season at Craigantlet, Northern Ireland, with one round to go. It was a double celebration as wife Nicola set a new ladies’ record at the same event. The SMRC adventure down south took in Citroen C1, MINI, Classics and Fiesta championships, as wells as an all-comers race for extra spice. Kyle Nisbet took the honours in both Citroen Cup races as did Triumph TR8 driver Andrew Graham in the classics, while Liam McGill and Simon Smail shared the Fiesta ST top steps. The MINI races are a favourite with everyone and Jamie Blake won the first two, with Michael Weddell also victorious. And John Kinmond was delighted to get the all-comers trophy in his Rover 3500. Overseas, Ryan Dalziel was in second place in his Era Motorsport LMP2 Oreca at Laguna Seca in California when he was shunted off the track by a rival in the final lap. It meant the Scot could only finish fourth in class the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race. This weekend sees Gordon Shedden, Rory Butcher and Aiden Moffat all heading south to Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire for the British Touring Car Championship. Midlothian’s Colin Noble and his Nielsen Racing Ligier team-mate Tony Wells will be hoping to further cement their lead in the Le Mans Cup LMP3 class at Belgium’s Spa Francorchamps. They will also be worth looking out for in the related European Le Mans Series competition.

We’ll Tweet ourselves to victory by GArry oWeN TWEET TWEET bids to continue her progression in today’s Arran Scottish Sprint EBF Fillies’ Stakes. Placed on each of her three starts as a juvenile last season, Declan Carroll’s charge has won three times from four outings this term and arrives on a hat-trick following summer victories at Haydock and York. Carroll feels the time is right to test the water at Listed level. He said: “She’s in great form and it looks like she’s ready for a step up. “This is her next step up and we’ll see how she gets The Punter Scotland’s best racing guide by a distance Daily Record Friday, September 17, 2021 1 DaY TiLL THE big ONE words in here see puNter 3 Enjoy super sweepstake kit for Gold Cup inside today Ayr Gold Cup FestivAl Ayr We Go Chichester applies the afterburners to secure day one success plAyiNG tHe CArds Carroll on. She’s drawn high (stall 15) and I’ll tell you after the race if that is good or bad! “We’ll play the cards we’re dealt and see how it goes.” The Karl Burke-trained Dandalla looked a superstar in the making after winning the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket last summer but is winless in eight starts. However, connections were encouraged by her fifth place in last month’s Beverley Bullet from a wide draw and hopes are high ahead of her latest turN to puNter 2 02 Tips 04 Ayr 06 Newbury Results 07 Kempton Newton Abbot 08 Dundalk & Downpatrick HeAvy liFtiNG Pilot Rodriguez with Kilkerran Cup after triumph Hot Rod motors on CHICHESTER cruised to victory for Keith Dalgleish in the Kilkerran Cup on day one of Ayr’s Western Meeting. The Carluke hope was a 6/1 chance to deny a strong English raiding party in the 1m 2f feature after a string of excellent efforts by GArry oWeN in hot company. The four-yearold, with Callum Rodriguez in the saddle, travelled smoothly and the race was all but over once he powered into the lead two out. The gelding then just had to turN to puNter 2 FED TO THE LYONS Ger’s Geocentric to roar in Rosebery by GArry oWeN GEOCENTRIC (2.10) can soar for Irish handler Ger Lyons in the Harry Rosebery Stakes at Ayr. The daughter of Kodiac looked smart when second to the talented Hadman on debut at Naas in July. The filly quickly confirmed that impression when bolting up from turN to puNter 2

The Punter 2 AyR GOld CUP FEsTivAl We’ll Tweet ourselves to a big victory FROM PUNTER FRONT assignment. Nick Bradley, racing manager for the owners, said: “I think she’ll nearly win. “We’ve messed it up in terms of how we’ve been riding her and tactics. We think we’ve now figured it out and we think she’s going to run a massive race. She’ll be there or thereabouts.” Other contenders for the five-anda-half-furlong Listed contest at Ayr include John Quinn’s Keep Busy and a quartet of Irish raiders in Ken Condon’s pair of Teresa Mendoza and Let’s, Joe Murphy’s White Lavender as well as Russian River from Joseph O’Brien’s yard. Listed honours are also up for grabs in the preceding British EBF Stallions Harry Rosebery Stakes in which the Burke-Bradley combination is represented by three-time winner Fast Response. The Fast Company juvenile turns out just five days after dominating her rivals in a conditions event at Musselburgh. Bradley added: “We thought she’d win up at Musselburgh as she was flying at home. “She’s come out of the race well and Jason (Hart) keeps the ride. “Hopefully she goes there with an each-way chance.” Hot Rod on target with Chichester FROM FRONT PAGE be kept up to his work by Rodriguez to hammer stablemate Platinumcard (7/1) by six lengths. Man Of The Night (11/2) kept on gamely for third ahead of the 3/1 favourite Fairmac. Rodriguez said: “He really picked up when I asked him to and it was impressive. “He’s shown he’s got the class and everything fell right for him.” Northern Express (14/1) continued Yorkshire handler Michael Dods’ fine run in the Virgin Bet Handicap. Warm 4/1 favourite Poet’s Magic tried to make all but he had no answer to a late challenge from his rival, who scored by a neck under Paul Mulrennan. Tim Easterby is thriving and kicked off a double when Bollin Margaret (2/1 Fav) took the Premier Fillies’ Handicap. The four-year-old was sent on a furlong out by David Allen and stayed on grimly to beat market rival Alyara (7/2) by a length. The shrewd trainer added the Ayrshire Cancer Support Handicap to his tally with Eclipse De Lunar (2/1 Fav). The stayer eased clear two out under Allen and looked to have plenty in hand when defeating Euro Implosion (11/1) by a length. IMPERIAL GEO WHiZZ Lyons’ Ger’s filly set to hunt down Geocentric can speed to glory in in Rosebery Prince reigns supreme for GARRY OWEN’S DAY TWO TIPS 1.0 – AZURE BLUE 1.35 – LETHAL LEVI 2.10 – GEOCENTRIC (NAP) 2.45 – WHITE LAVENDER 3.20 – MARK’S CHOICE 3.55 – PRINCE IMPERIAL 4.30 – MERRICOURT 5.0 – RON O garry owen’s FROM PUNTER FRONT the useful Speedacus up at Navan. She was then unlucky to meet classy stablemate Sacred Bridge in a warm Curragh Group Three. There is plenty more to come from this speedy type who can bag a hot renewal of this Listed event. Michael Dods’ AZURE BLUE (1.0) rates a highly confident selection in the opening novices’ contest. The El Kabeir filly made a decent debut when third to Milbanke in a fair event at Redcar in July. The juvenile soon built on that effort when just held by the progressive Perfect News at Carlisle. LETHAL LEVI (1.35) should gun down his rivals for in-form handler Karl Burke in the EBF Nursery. The colt relished tackling six furlongs when chinning Burning Emotion in a strong Hamilton maiden. An excellent second on his next two starts, he hacked up from Van Zant in a decent Redcar novice. The juvenile still sits on a winning mark so ought to go one better under the skilled Pierre-Louis Jamin. Joseph Murphy’s WHITE LAVENDER (2.45) should breeze to victory in the Scottish Sprint Stakes. Impressive on debut at Navan, the speedster stayed on track with fine efforts at Cork and Naas. The filly ran another stormer when pipped by Frenetic in an ultra competitive handicap at Cork. She was then a shade unlucky not to reel in Master Matt in Listed company at Tipperary last time. The three-year-old was staying-on gamely that day so stands to gain some compensation slightly up in trip. MARK’S CHOICE (3.20) can lift the valuable Ayr Bronze Cup for skilled handler Sam England. The sprinter was sent for wind surgery by his connections after a string of poor efforts in the spring. That proved to be an inspired choice as he went on to thrash Ventura Express in the Silver Trophy at Ripon. The gelding ran another blinder when second to the progressive Wade’s Magic at the same track. The five-year-old should be primed so ought to strike at a venue where he has excelled. PRINCE IMPERIAL (3.55) can reign supreme for Richard Hughes in the Virgin Bet Handicap. The four-year-old stayed upwardly mobile as a stayer when routing Tashkhan at Pontefract. He then ran better than the bare result when sixth to Arcadian Sunrise in a better event at York. The tough gelding remains well treated so can resume winning ways in these calmer waters. MERRICOURT (4.30) should shade division one of the Remus Uomo Handicap for Iain Jardine. The gelding was denied a course-and-distance hattrick when only fifth to Lucky Violet in July. However, he left that effort behind when a close third place behind Clay

Daily Record Friday, September 17, 20213 MINT Listed renewal before Richard in handicap Day Two verDicT Regazzoni at Musselburgh. The grey remains on a workable mark so looks set to make a winning return to his favourite venue. Division two is another trappy contest but it’s worth rowing in with Les Eyre’s RON O (5.0). The gelding ran a blinder when third behind Golden Melody in a competitive Beverly handicap. The three-year-old produced another career best when taking second to Empirestateofmind at Thirsk. That race is working out pretty well so this likeable type can score under the excellent Ben Curtis. NUANCE (2.20) is also looking good to extend William Haggas’ winning streak in a cracking nursery at Newbury. The son of Frankel put in his best shift yet when outbattling Prosperous Voyage at Chester. That was a high-class novice so the juvenile can defy a welter burden on his handicap bow. WESTOVER (2.55) can land the ever informative Haynes, Hanson & Clark Conditions Stakes. Ralph Beckett’s colt oozed class when hosing up from Bullet Force on debut at Sandown. The juvenile looks a real group performer so seems set to get the better of some exciting rivals. D’BAI (3.30) can give Charlie Appley more big-race glory in the Dubai Duty Free Cup. The gelding hit back when second to Glorious Journey in a Doncaster Group Two on Saturday. The seven-year-old should be fighting fit so can add this tricky Listed contest to his CV. Roger Charlton has hit form so MAKRAM (4.05) stands out in the Dubai Duty Free Handicap. The gelding handled the step up to 1m 4f well when edged by Volcanic Sky at Newmarket. The four-yearold remains nicely unexposed so can triumph under top rider James Doyle. NEENEE’S CHOICE (4.35) should seal a sparkling four-timer for thriving Andrew Balding. The gelding improved again when routing Lady Reset on his first run over 1m 2f at Salisbury. That is excellent form so this admirably consistent type ought to make light of another 4lb penalty to power home. SERGEANT (3.38) can take command for Milton Harris over the jumps at Newton Abbot. The hurdler left last season’s form behind when crushing Gerard Mentor over track and trip. The gelding is open to progress in handicaps so stands primed to shrug off a well-deserved 9lb penalty. EASYRUN DE VASSY (4.13) can continue Paul Nicholls flying start in the conditionals’ hurdle. This month the seven-year-old was a stellar second behind handicap blot Ballyegan Hero over course and distance. The gelding has been kept on an attractive mark so can claim this slightly weaker contest. pRiNCE AMoNG MEN Imperial can win for Hughes, left, while Burke, far left, boasts Lethal Levi yoUR GolD CUp SWEEpStAkE kit WITH all eyes on Ayr tomorrow, we’ve got you covered. Simply cut the names into individual pieces of paper, draw a horse’s name out at random, whoever draws which horse, stick their name against it and you’re set. We’ll even offer Garry Owen’s inside track on the top four: 1st – Just Frank; 2nd – Popmaster; 3rd – Commanche Falls; 4th – Sunday Soverign. 1 SUMMERGHAND Still a force at eight but looks vulnerable to progressive rivals. 3/5 2 GREAt AMbASSADoR Class act but shoulders too much weight in this hot handicap. 3/5 3 CoMMANCHE FAllS Easy Great St Wilfrid winner and primed for another deadly raid. 4/5 4 GUllivER Holding his form well on his travels but a shade too high in the handicap. 2/5 5 bRAD tHE bRiEF Hard to make a case for him after flop in the Great St Wilfrid at Ripon. 1/5 6 MR lUptoN Capable but needs to get back on his feet after some disappointing runs. 1/5 7 SNAzzy JAzzy Could easily grab a place after getting back in tune at York last time. 3/5 8 vENtURoUS Likes these tough sprints but must bounce back from Doncaster no-show. 1/5 9 FivEtHoUSANDtooNE Progressive but soundly beaten by Great Ambassador at York. 2/5 10 EDRAAk Has enjoyed a very productive campaign but looks poorly treated as a result. 2/5 11 SUNDAy SovEREiGN Better than ever at Chester and can improve again over six furlongs. 4/5 12 pENDlEtoN Started season well but should be at the back of the peloton on recent form. 1/5 13 CHiEFoFCHiEFS A regular in this type of race and well treated after some sterling efforts. 3/5 14 MR WAGyU Seems to be in the grip of the handicapper since bolting up at Goodwood. 2/5 15 MotAGAlly Decent speedster on his day and nicely treated after fair Goodwood fourth. 3/5 16 volAtilE ANAlySt Local hope unlikely to show any spark after ongoing quiet spell. 1/5 17 AbovE Largely disappointing but could rise to challenge for shrewd Stuart Williams. 2/5 18 HEy JoNESy Won last year’s Wokingham but won’t panic rivals in his current mood. 1/5 19 biElSA Often promised to land a major prize but won’t manage it on the fast ground. 2/5 20 popMAStER Impressive at Ascot and could easily top the charts under Hollie Doyle. 4/5 21 JUSt FRANk Gets the vote after brushing aside rivals in competitive event at Thirsk. 5/5 22 lExiNGtoN DASH Nowhere at Ascot last time and looks held on his current mark. 1/5 23 lAHoRE Fairly treated but impossible to fancy after struggling for more than a year. 1/5 24 oStilio Encouraging fourth at Beverley recently but possibly better over further. 2/5 25 CoUNt D’oRSAy Nice third at Doncaster and each-way claims from kind draw. 3/5 NAME kEy: 5/5-Gold cup; 4/5-Silver cup; 3/5-Bronze cup; 2/5-Egg cup; 1/5-Paper cup

The Punter 4 Ayr Gold Cup Festival Ayr 7 25502 Final Account (16) (P * ) 8-11 EDWARD CORNELIUS 11-10fav (9-9, Callum Rodriguez) Led, headed 3f out, soon GARRY OWEN pA nudged along, ridden over 1f out, kept on final furlong but no match for winner, 2nd of 5, Going: Good to Firm. (11) R Fahey 3 1/2l behind Peggy Sioux (8-11) at Hamilton 5f 2yo nov stk (4) gd 58.93s. Course: Left-handed flat, oval course of 1m 4f, with a 4f runin. Races up to 6f run on the wide straight course P Hanagan 76 ERNEST RUTHERFORD 11-4 (9-7, L F Roche) Chased leader in 2nd, took keen hold, 1:00 AZURE BLUE Forgivable led travelling well 1 1/2f out, ridden inside final furlong, stayed on well, won at Naas 5f 8 4520 Cotai Class (29) 8-8 2yo mdn in Aug beating Pepper Streak (8-13) by 2l, 10 ran 1m 02.62s. 1:35 LETHAL LEVI Lethal Levi DRAW: Middle to high numbers are favoured on the straight (4) Phillip Makin MITBAAHY 9-1 (9-0, David Egan) Chased leaders, ridden well over 1f out, kept on, 2:10 GEOCENTRIC (NAP) Project Dante course headed closing stages, no extra, 3rd of 9, 1 1/4l behind Attagirl (8-9) at York 5f 2yo lst stk R Scott 73 2:45 WHITE LAVENDER Tweet Tweet (nap) (1) gd in Aug 58.59s. Trainer Targets (won today’s race at least twice in last 9 104096 El Maga (9) 8-8 PROJECT DANTE 9-2fav (9-0, G Lee) Took keen hold, led after 2f, ridden and headed 2f 3:20 MARK’S CHOICE Call Me Ginger 10 years): K Dalgleish won the 1.35 in ‘13 and ‘19. R Fahey won out, weakened final furlong, 10th of 11, 7l behind Lusail (9-0) at Newmarket 6f 2yo Grp 3:55 PRINCE IMPERIAL Prince Imperial (13) Phillip Makin (D) 2 (1) gf in Jul 1m 10.57s. the 1.35 in ‘15 and ‘20. R Fahey won the 3.20 in ‘11 and ‘18. Joanna Mason (3) 73 VINTAGE CLARETS 12-1 (9-0, P Hanagan) Prominent, close up when ridden over 2f 4:30 MERRICOURT Merricourt out, weakened final furlong, 8th of 11, 4 1/2l behind Lusail (9-3) at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) 5:00 RON O RON O 10 7812 Kendred Fire (39) 8-7 gf in Aug 1m 10.13s. RUSSIAN RIVER 6-1 (9-3, S M Crosse) Slowly into stride, soon mid-division, ridden 2f (1) J O’Keeffe (D) CANONIZED 7-1 (8-10, V Cheminaud) Rear early, headway 2f out,hampered, stayed out, went 5th 1f out, no extra, 6th of 13, 3 1/2l behind Wren’s Breath (9-3) at Naas 6f fll on well, 4th of 11, 1 1/2l behind Corazon (8-10) at ParisLongchamp(FR) 5f 2yo Grp lst stks (1) gd in Jul 1m 10.68s. GARRY’S DOUBLE: GEOCENTRIC (NAP) AND WHITE P J McDonald 72 3 gd 00.36s. TENAYA CANYON 5-1fav (9-1, Saffie Osborne) Slowly into stride, towards rear, ridden 11 254930 Ninky Nonk (8) (P) 8-7 ETERNAL HALO 6-1 (8-9, S H James) Tracked leader, pushed along 2f out, ridden well over 1f out, kept on, no extra closing stages, 4th of 13, 1 3/4l behind Tweet Tweet LAVENDER and weakened 1f out, 7th of 9, 6l behind Attagirl (8-9) at York 5f 2yo lst stk (1) gd in (9-7) at York 5f fll hcp (2) gd in Aug 58.11s. (9) K Dalgleish Aug 58.59s. TERESA MENDOZA 17-2 (9-2, W J Lee) Chased leaders in 5th, short of room briefly BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF NOVICE STAKES (GBB G Lee 72 FAST RESPONSE 15-8fav (9-6, Jason Hart) Held up on inner, going well 2f out, led 2f out, soon ridden, no impression on leaders in 4th 1f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 7, 7l final furlong, pushed out, readily, won at Musselburgh 5f 2yo fll stks (3) gs beating Hi behind Gustavus Weston (10-0) at Curragh 6f Grp 3 (1) in Aug 1m 11.64s. 1.00 RACE) (4) (2-Y-O) Winner £7,560 (14 run) 7f 50yds 12603541 Straits Of Moyle (9) 8-7(6ex) Meh Darling (8-12) by 2 1/4l, 4 ran 1m 00.43s. TWEET TWEET 7-1 (9-7, Harrison Shaw) Soon led, ridden over 1f out, kept on gamely, 1 Beluga Gold 9-5 (6) R Fahey (D) GEOCENTRIC 22-1 (9-2, G F Carroll) Led and disputed, ridden and joined 2f out, won at York 5f fll hcp (2) gd in Aug beating Mid Winster (9-3) by 1 1/4l, 13 ran 58.11s. headed 1 1/2f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 2nd of 12, 4l behind Sacred Bridge WHITE LAVENDER 12-1 (9-2, G F Carroll) Dwelt and towards rear, ridden 2f out, 9th under 1f out, ran on well closing stages, pressed winner close home, 2nd of 15, nk behind (8) J J Quinn B McHugh 66 (9-2) at Curragh 6f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug 1m 12.60s. J Hart — 13 076314 Golden Duke (19) 8-6 LADY AYRESOME 11-1 (9-0, Oisin McSweeney) Prominent, ridden over 2f out, soon Master Matt (9-9) at Tipperary 5f Listed stks (1) in Aug 57.21s. lost place and not much room, well beaten over 1f out, last of 12, 20l behind Dora Penny 2 37 Bitcoin Ranger (14) 9-5 (14) N Tinkler (D) (8-7) at Newmarket 6f 2yo fll hcp (2) gd in Jul 1m 11.28s. VIRGIN BET AYR BRONZE CUP HANDICAP (2) Winner (14) J J Quinn F McManoman (3) 71 PEGGY SIOUX 3-1 (8-11, Kevin Stott) Chased leaders, outpaced briefly over 3f out, 3.20 £15,462 (25 run) 6f headway going well over 2f out, led over 1f out, soon ridden, quickened clear inside final B Robinson — 14 32628 Ayling (9) (T) 8-5 furlong, comfortably, won at Hamilton 5f 2yo nov stk (4) gd beating Edward Cornelius 1 638024 Bernardo O’Reilly (7) 7 9-10 (9-9) by 3 1/2l, 5 ran 58.93s. 3 0 Echosmith (28) 9-5 (5) A Keatley UNFINISHEDSYMPATHY 150-1 (9-0, Rob Hornby) Chased leader, ridden to challenge (25) R Spencer (D 5 ) (9) A Keatley L F Roche 70 over 1f out, weakening when slightly hampered inside final furlong, 10th of 12, 5l behind A Villiers (3) 87 L Edmunds — 15 877 Jkr Cobbler (13) (T) 8-0 Romantic Time (9-0) at Salisbury 6f 2yo fll Grp 3 (1) gf 1m 13.55s. VERTIGINOUS 1-3fav (9-0, Oisin Murphy) Led, ridden and 3 lengths clear over 1f out, 2 908394 Musicality (15) (P) 4 9-9 4 45 Forgivable (35) 9-5 (7) I Jardine headed close home, 2nd of 8, nk behind Rishes Baar (9-0) at Haydock 6f 2yo fll nov (11) R Varian (D) stks (4) gf 1m 10.84s. (4) T Easterby (BF) J Gormley 64 R Dawson 84 BETTING: 9-2 Locke, 5 Lethal Levi, 6 Straits Of Moyle, 8 Kendred Fire, Final Account, 10 Golden Duke, Ryan’s Party, 16 Cotai Class, Ninky Nonk, St Andrew’s Castle, Jkr Cobbler, 20 Others. ARRAN SCOTTISH SPRINT EBF FILLIES’ STAKES (FILLIES’ D Allan — 3 114839 Out The Hat (6) (P) 3 9-9 5 5 Green Team 2.45 AND MARES’ LISTED) (1) Winner £30,907 (16 run) 5f 110yds (78) 9-5 (22) J O’Keeffe (D 2020: OUTRUN THE STORM 8 7, Patrick Mathers 18-1 (R Fahey), drawn (9), 10 ran. 3 ) 1 551759 Keep Busy (19) 4 9-3 (11) K Ryan ALEEZDANCER 28-1 (8-11, T Eaves) Chased leaders, ridden well over 2f out, weakened inside last, P-L Jamin (5) 87 14th of 20, 10l behind Flaming Rib (8-13) at York 6f 2yo hcp (2) gd in Aug 1m 11.59s. S Gray — (6) J J Quinn (CD) 4 416411 Secretinthepark (20) (V) 11 9-9 LOCKE 11-4 (9-5, M Dwyer) Prominent, ridden 3f out, headway to lead 2f out, ran on well, 6 Kanzino 9-5 J Hart 103 won at Windsor 6f 2yo nov stk (5) gf beating Coast (9-0) by 1 1/4l, 13 ran 1m 12.23s. (6) R Menzies (D 2 ) LADY LADE 25-1 (8-6, S H James) Mid-division, ridden over 2f out, weakened 1f out, 2 111212 Al Simmo (9) 4 9-0 (5) K Burke P J McDonald 83 13th of 20, 10l behind Flaming Rib (8-13) at York 6f 2yo hcp (2) gd in Aug 1m 11.59s. C Lee — ST ANDREW’S CASTLE 8-1 (9-6, P Mulrennan) Raced towards rear, ridden 2f out, never on (13) Steph Hollinshead (BF,D 4 ) 5 741115 Boogie Time (21) 3 9-9 terms, last of 11, 13l behind Outgate (9-4) at Haydock 7f 2yo hcp 0-80 (4) gf 1m 28.48s. 7 Marhaba The Champ 9-5 C Lee 75 (15) K Burke (D 4 ) LETHAL LEVI 3-10fav (9-0, Pierre-Louis Jamin) Made all, ridden 2f out, ran on well, 3 -52334 Bimble (33) 4 9-0 (7) K Ryan won at Redcar 6f 2yo nov stk (5) gf in Aug beating Van Zant (8-12) by 1 1/2l, 9 ran B Curtis 88 1m 12.08s. (7) H Candy (D) T Eaves — 6 710012 Show Me Show Me (15) 4 9-9 RYAN’S PARTY 7-4 (9-1, T Eaves) Towards rear, switched right to challenge 2f out, 8 Shimmering Sands 9-5 ridden over 1f out, no extra final 100yds, 5th of 6, 3 1/2l behind I’m A Gambler (9-7) at P Hanagan 82 (5) R Fahey Hamilton 6f 2yo hcp (2) gd 1m 11.39s. 4 651514 Gellhorn (52) 4 9-0 (6) M & D Easterby P Mathers 85 FINAL ACCOUNT 12-1 (8-10, P Hanagan) Midfield, pushed along 2f out, ridden to JP Sullivan — challenge over 1f out, stayed on well final furlong, just held, 2nd of 6, nk behind I’m A (14) S C Williams (BF,D 2 ) 7 844233 Danzan (28) (B) 6 9-8 Gambler (9-7) at Hamilton 6f 2yo hcp (2) gd 1m 11.39s. M Ghiani 84 9 Sun Hill 9-5 (13) T Easterby (D COTAI CLASS 125-1 (9-0, Rowan Scott) Towards rear, ridden 2f out, never near leaders, 3 ) 5 -46685 Queen Kahlua (47) (T (3) M & D Easterby 14th of 20, 16l behind Ever Given (9-0) at York 6f 2yo auc (2) gd in Aug 1m 06.56s. * ) 4 9-0 D Allan 85 EL MAGA 22-1 (9-5, Rowan Scott) Held up mid-division, pushed along 3f out, ridden (2) S C Williams Joanna Mason (3) — 8 521385 Be Proud (5) 5 9-8 2f out, kept on, no extra towards finish, 6th of 8, 5l behind Straits Of Moyle (8-12) at 10 64 Wootton’sun (31) 9-5 Carlisle 6f 2yo hcp 0-75 (5) gf 1m 12.26s. C Beasley 87 (8) J Goldie (C) KENDRED FIRE 6-1 (9-7, G Lee) Prominent, pushed along 2f out, disputing second 1f 6 111820 Stars In The Night (30) 4 9-0 (12) R Fahey out, challenged leader inside final furlong, held, 2nd of 9, 3/4l behind Woodlands Charm Miss A Waugh (5) 85 P Hanagan — (8-4) at Ripon 6f 2yo hcp 0-70 (5) gs in Aug 1m 13.56s. (16) K Ryan (D 4 ) 9 224373 Ghathanfar (21) 5 9-7 NINKY NONK 80-1 (8-9, Callum Rodriguez) Mid-division far side, ridden 2f out, soon weakened, 17th of 20, 12l behind Harrow (8-9) at Doncaster 6f 2yo auc (2) gf 1m 11.39s. (7) T Waggott (D 2 ) T Eaves 85 11 567 Yeeeaah (20) 9-5 STRAITS OF MOYLE 6-1 (8-12, Barry McHugh) Steadied to chase leaders, pushed 7 -59145 Blackberry (9) 3 8-12 (10) M Dods T Eaves 82 along and pressed leaders well over 2f out, led under 2f out, ridden well over 1f out, kept (9) B Smart (D 4 ) C Beasley 65 on well, readily, won at Carlisle 6f 2yo hcp 0-75 (5) gf beating Rosie’s Return (9-2) by 10435000 Flying Pursuit (21) (T) 8 9-7 12 32 Azure Blue (30) 9-0 2l, 8 ran 1m 12.26s. G Lee 87 (16) T Easterby (CD) GOLDEN DUKE 6-1 (8-5, Faye McManoman) Not much room start, behind, switched 8 646055 Dandalla (20) 3 8-12 (1) M Dods left over 1f out, ran on inside final furlong, held close home, 4th of 8, 1l behind Bond D Fentiman 80 Power (9-2) at Beverley 5f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug 1m 01.71s. (4) K Burke (D 3 ) P Mulrennan — 11 806104 Citron Major (8) 6 9-7 AYLING 8-1 (8-8, Ryan Sexton) Prominent on outside, ridden 2f out, weakened well B Curtis 95 13 Celestial Star 9-0 over 1f out, last of 8, 13l behind Straits Of Moyle (8-12) at Carlisle 6f 2yo hcp 0-75 (5) (17) N Tinkler (D 5 ) gf 1m 12.26s. 9 045457 Let’s (22) (T * ) 3 8-12 (2) K Dalgleish R Scott 82 JKR COBBLER 125-1 (9-5, A Mullen) Close up, ridden over 1f out, faded inside final (10) K J Condon (IRE) (D) C Rodriguez — furlong, 7th of 10, 5l behind Oh Herberts Reign (9-2) at Thirsk 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gd 12 924311 Call Me Ginger (8) 5 9-7 1m 28.37s. J M Sheridan 92 14 Sophiesticate 9-0 (4) J Goldie (D 10234233 Noorban 3 ) (13) (V (13) J Goldie BRITISH EBF STALLIONS HARRY ROSEBERY STAKES A Mullen — 2.10 * ) 3 8-12 P Mulrennan 79 (5) D O’Meara (CD) (LISTED) (1) (2-Y-O) Winner £24,385 (13 run) 5f 13 -97216 John Kirkup (47) (B) 6 9-6 S Gray 86 BETTING: 7-4 Azure Blue, 5-2 Forgivable, 6 Marhaba The Champ, 8 Kanzino, 12 1 122 Edward Cornelius (16) 9-3 (3) M Dods (CD 11 430192 Operatic 2 ) (21) 3 8-12 Wootton’sun, 14 Beluga Gold, 16 Green Team, 20 Celestial Star, 25 Others. (6) K Dalgleish (BF,D) C Beasley 82 2020: FAIRMAC 9 5, Joe Fanning 10-1 (M Johnston), drawn (11), 13 ran. (8) S & E Crisford (D 3 ) J Fanning 85 14387815 Fortamour (13) 5 9-6 BELUGA GOLD Make Believe colt out of Hint Of Glas. P J McDonald 90 BITCOIN RANGER 16-1 (8-12, Rossa Ryan) Slowly into stride, in rear, stayed on inside 2 51 Ernest Rutherford (26) 9-3 (10) B Haslam (D 12 -52466 Russian River (58) (T) 3 8-12 2 ) final furlong, never on terms, 7th of 12, 9l behind Clarets Glory (9-2) at Pontefract 6f 2yo (5) M O’Callaghan (IRE) (D) P Hanagan 82 nov stk (4) gf 1m 16.94s. (11) J P O’Brien (IRE) (D) ECHOSMITH 80-1 (9-5, Hollie Doyle) Slowly away, always in rear, 13th of 16, 15l behind L F Roche — 15 304407 Northernpowerhouse (21) (P) 5 9-6 R Dawson 94 Hoo Ya Mal (9-5) at York 7f 2yo mdn (2) gf in Aug 1m 24.20s. 3 8513 Mitbaahy (27) 9-3 (20) B Smart (D) FORGIVABLE 9-4fav (9-2, D Allan) Raced keenly, chased leader until 2f out, chased 13 751214 Tenaya Canyon (30) 3 8-12 leaders, outpaced over 1f out, pushed along and stayed on stoutly towards finish, (3) R Varian (D) G Lee 80 (3) E Walker (BF,D 3 ) improve, 5th of 16, 1 3/4l behind Maybe Even Never (9-2) at Thirsk 6f 2yo nov stk (4) R Dawson 97 16256323 Ventura Express (14) 4 9-6 gd in Aug 1m 11.37s. P Mulrennan 91 4 130 Project Dante (71) 9-3 (23) P Midgley GREEN TEAM 14-1 (9-5, S H James) Prominent, pushed before 2f out, outpaced 14332734 Teresa Mendoza (40) (T) 3 8-12 and ridden after 2f out, kept on one pace, 5th of 10, 6l behind Oneforthegutter (9-5) at (12) B Smart (BF,D) B Robinson 82 Haydock 6f 2yo mdn (4) gd in Jul 1m 15.27s. (12) K J Condon (IRE) (D) KANZINO El Kabeir gelding out of Katrine. G Lee 106 17 0-1113 Twilight Madness (20) 3 9-4 W J Lee 96 MARHABA THE CHAMP Galileo colt out of Lady Of The Desert. 5 411368 Vintage Clarets (28) 9-3 (2) S Hodgson (BF,D 15 3-1911 Tweet Tweet (30) 3 8-12 3 ) SHIMMERING SANDS Teofilo gelding out of Milady. (13) R Fahey (CD) J Hart 82 SUN HILL Dabirsim gelding out of Spirit Of India. (15) D Carroll (D 3 ) WOOTTON’SUN 9-1 (9-2, P Hanagan) Towards rear, headway into midfield halfway, P Hanagan 102 18450712 Mark’s Choice (17) 5 9-3 ridden over 2f out, one pace from over 1f out, 4th of 7, 5l behind La Pulga (9-6) at Carlisle H Shaw 98 6 211344 Canonized (15) 8-12 1m 2yo nov stk (4) gd in Aug 1m 40.71s. 16 14422 White Lavender (22) 3 8-12 (21) S England (C,D 5 ) YEEEAAH 12-1 (9-0, T Eaves) Always towards rear, 7th of 9, 6l behind Lethal Levi (9-0) (9) W Haggas (D 3 ) C Hardie 80 (1) Joseph G Murphy (IRE) (D) at Redcar 6f 2yo nov stk (5) gf in Aug 1m 12.08s. D Allan 95 19 330163 Never Dark (5) 4 9-3 AZURE BLUE 15-2 (9-0, P Mulrennan) Tracked leaders, pushed along 2f out, switched G F Carroll 99 left approaching final furlong, ridden and ran on, not reach winner, 2nd of 11, 1/2l behind 7 417 Eternal Halo (27) 8-12 BETTING: 10-3 Keep Busy, 11-2 White Lavender, 7 Tweet Tweet, Teresa Mendoza, 8 (1) I Jardine Perfect News (9-0) at Carlisle 6f mdn flls stks (5) gd in Aug 1m 11.53s. (7) K Dalgleish (D) CELESTIAL STAR Ribchester filly out of Praskovia. Russian River, 12 Tenaya Canyon, Let’s, 14 Operatic, 16 Others. A Mullen 77 SOPHIESTICATE War Command filly out of Lenoire. C Rodriguez 86 2020: EXCEPTIONAL 3 8 12, Paul Hanagan 11-2 (R Fahey), drawn (5), 16 ran. 20556346 Pearl Of Qatar (31) (H) 5 9-1 8 413141 Fast Response (5) 8-12 KEEP BUSY 10-1 (8-12, C Soumillon) Headway 2f out, never reached leaders, 9th of 12, (14) T Davidson (CD EBF NURSERY (2) (2-Y-O) 9l behind Garrus (9-2) at Deauville(FR) 6f Grp 3 gd in Aug 1m 09.23s. (4) K Burke (D 1.35 2 ) Winner £9,277 (15 run) 6f 2 ) AL SIMMO 10-3fav (9-0, C Lee) Led centre group, pushed along halfway, ridden to lead P Dennis 75 J Hart 80 inside final furlong, headed towards finish, 2nd of 12, 1/2l behind Wentworth Falls (9-6) 21 935742 Thegreatestshowman (13) (B) 5 9-0 1 411900 Aleezdancer (30) 9-7 at Doncaster 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf 1m 05.66s. 9 212 Geocentric (21) 8-12 BIMBLE 14-1 (9-2, Rob Hornby) Tracked leaders, pushed along well over 2f out, ridden (18) A Murphy (D) (12) K Ryan (D) (1) G M Lyons (IRE) (D) well over 1f out, no extra inside last, 4th of 12, 8l behind Double Or Bubble (9-2) at Doubtful 80 O McSweeney (7) 86 Pontefract 6f fll lst stks (1) gf in Aug 1m 15.37s. G F Carroll 100 GELLHORN 5-2fav (9-1, Marco Ghiani) Keen upside leader, led after 2f, ridden and 22632352 Pockley (22) 3 9-0 2 9421 Locke (10) 9-4(6ex) 10 51190 Lady Ayresome (48) 8-12 headed over 1f out, weakened final furlong, 4th of 6, 7l behind Lovely Breeze (8-8) at (10) B Meehan (D) Goodwood 6f flls hcp 0-95 (3) sft in Jul 1m 13.83s. (12) Miss L Perratt (D) (10) K Ryan (D 2 ) QUEEN KAHLUA 33-1 (8-10, R Kingscote) Slowly away, in rear, ridden over 1f out, kept JP Sullivan 80 P Mulrennan 77 S Gray 88 on final furlong but never reached challenging position, 5th of 8, 5l behind Judicial (9-1) 23404346 Chookie Dunedin (13) 6 9-0 3 5110 Lady Lade (30) 9-3 at Chester 6f Listed stks (1) gs in Aug 1m 13.90s. 11 1 Peggy Sioux (16) 8-12 STARS IN THE NIGHT 20-1 (9-2, T Eaves) Chased leaders, ridden over 2f out, (24) K Dalgleish (CD) (8) K Dalgleish weakened over 1f out, 12th of 13, 17l behind Tweet Tweet (9-7) at York 5f fll hcp (2) gd (11) K Ryan (D) C Rodriguez 82 in Aug 58.11s. C Rodriguez 73 T Eaves — BLACKBERRY 20-1 (9-5, G Lee) Tracked winner until ridden over 1f out, weakened inside 24053475 True Mason (34) (H,P) 5 8-12 4 140 St Andrew’s Castle (5) 9-0 12 610 Unfinishedsympathy (15) 8-12 final furlong, 5th of 6, 6l behind Khaadem (9-11) at Doncaster 5f listed stks (1) gf 57.30s. (15) I Jardine (CD) DANDALLA 22-1 (8-9, B A Curtis) Held up, pushed along under 2f out, ridden and headway from over 1f out, ran on well inside final furlong, nearest finish, 5th of 11, 5l behind S Gray 74 (9) Phillip Makin (D) (2) R Spencer A Mullen 79 Tis Marvellous (9-2) at Beverley 5f Listed stks (1) gf in Aug 59.51s. A Villiers 82 5 321221 Lethal Levi (20) 9-0 LET’S 80-1 (9-2, N G McCullagh) Mid-division, ridden in 7th 2f out, under pressure in 25331631 Thornaby Pearl (48) 3 8-11 13 25242 Vertiginous (14) 8-12 5th 1f out, kept on one pace final furlong, 7th of 15, 3 1/2l behind Pearls Galore (9-10) at (19) Adrian Nicholls (D 2 ) (3) K Burke (D 2 ) Tipperary 7f flls Group 3 stks (1) in Aug 1m 36.61s. (8) B Meehan (BF) NOORBAN 7-1 (9-5, J P Spencer) Steadied to race in last, ridden and still plenty to do B McHugh 75 P-L Jamin (5) 79 P Mulrennan 98 under 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, not reach leaders, 3rd of 8, 2 1/4l behind Mine’s BETTING: 15-2 Call Me Ginger, 8 Secretinthepark, 12 Bernardo O’Reilly, Ghathanfar, 6 25615 Ryan’s Party (16) 8-12 A Double (9-6) at Ascot 5f hcp 0-95 (3) gf 59.53s. BETTING: 4 Project Dante, 9-2 Vintage Clarets, 5 Geocentric, 7 Canonized, 8 Vertiginous, Mitbaahy, 10 Peggy Sioux, Ernest Rutherford, 20 Others. headed towards finish, 2nd of 5, 1 1/4l behind Cairn Island (9-7) at Newmarket 6f 3yo 2020: ROUNDHAY PARK 5 9 3, Faye McManoman(5) 13-2 (N Tinkler), drawn (21), 14 Musicality, Danzan, Twilight Madness, Thornaby Pearl, Mark’s Choice, 16 Others. OPERATIC 7-1 (9-7, James Doyle) Close up, headway to lead over 1f out, ridden and (2) K Ryan (D) T Eaves 77 2020: WINTER POWER 8 12, David Allan 7-1 (T Easterby), drawn (11), 11 ran. hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Aug 1m 11.46s. 23 ran.

Daily Record Friday, September 17, 20215 BERNARDO O’REILLY 12-1 (8-6, Angus Villiers) In touch, headway when not clear run over 1f out, ran on, nearest finish, 4th of 12, 2 1/2l behind Able Kane (8-11) at Doncaster 6f hcp 105 (2) gd 1m 19.60s. MUSICALITY 10-1 (9-5, Jack Mitchell) Well outpaced in rear, headway far side of group over 1f out, chased leaders inside final furlong, lost 3rd towards finish, 4th of 11, 2 1/2l behind Strike Red (9-5) at Newcastle 6f hcap (3) 1m 11.67s. OUT THE HAT 25-1 (9-7, Andrea Atzeni) Raced wide mid-division, pushed along over 2f out, never a factor, 9th of 12, 12l behind Gabrial The Devil (9-4) at Chester 6f hcp 0-90 (3) gs 1m 16.77s. SECRETINTHEPARK 7-1 (9-7, Josephine Gordon) Went right start and rider lost iron briefly, raced on far rail, pressed leader, ridden to lead final 110 yards, ran on, won at Newmarket 5f hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug beating Passional (9-0) by 1/2l, 9 ran 58.68s. BOOGIE TIME 10-3 (9-5, A Kirby) Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, weakened final furlong, last of 5, 7l behind Cairn Island (9-7) at Newmarket 6f 3yo hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Aug 1m 11.46s. SHOW ME SHOW ME 10-1 (9-8, P Mathers) In touch on rail, pushed along halfway, not clear run and switched left over 1f out, ran on between horses inside final furlong, went 2nd final 110 yards, no chance with winner, 2nd of 11, 1 1/4l behind Saluti (9-5) at Newcastle 5f hcap (3) 59.07s. DANZAN 10-3 (9-7, J P Sullivan) Led, headed 5f out, ridden to lead again over 1f out, ridden and headed approaching final furlong, still every chance until no extra close home, 3rd of 9, 3/4l behind Lion Tower (9-9) at Musselburgh 7f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Aug 1m 28.24s. BE PROUD 16-1 (9-10, P Mulrennan) Ducked leaving stalls, chased leaders, ridden over 2f out, kept on, not pace to challenge, 5th of 17, 2l behind Lezardrieux (8-8) at Haydock 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf 1m 10.96s. GHATHANFAR 7-1 (9-0, D Nolan) Prominent, stumbled slightly over 3f out, driven over 1f out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, kept on, 3rd of 13, 4l behind Just Frank (9-9) at Thirsk 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug 1m 10.60s. FLYING PURSUIT 25-1 (8-9, Ella McCain) Blindfold off a fraction late, prominent, ridden over 2f out, lost place over 1f out, 10th of 13, 10l behind Just Frank (9-9) at Thirsk 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug 1m 10.60s. CITRON MAJOR 6-1 (8-12, Faye McManoman) Chased leaders near side of group, ridden inside final 2f, weakened soon after, 4th of 7, 6l behind Call Me Ginger (8-7) at Doncaster 6f ladys hcp 0-95 (3) gf 1m 10.87s. CALL ME GINGER 3-1 (8-7, Miss A Waugh) Held up off the pace in last pair, headway 2f out, quickened between horses over 1f out, led inside final furlong, ran on well, won at Doncaster 6f ladys hcp 0-95 (3) gf beating Lord P (8-9) by 2l, 7 ran 1m 10.87s. JOHN KIRKUP 11-2 (9-12, B A Curtis) Towards rear, ridden 2f out, no extra inside final furlong, 6th of 9, 2 3/4l behind Ready Freddie Go (9-4) at Thirsk 5f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug 58.52s. FORTAMOUR 10-3 (8-8, Cieren Fallon) Towards rear, ridden over 2f out, stayed on same pace, 5th of 7, 4 1/2l behind Popmaster (9-5) at Ascot 6f hcp 105 (2) gf 1m 13.49s. NORTHERNPOWERHOUSE 16-1 (8-13, G Lee) Prominent, ridden and hanging left over 1f out, bumped and weakened inside final furlong, 7th of 13, 7l behind Just Frank (9-9) at Thirsk 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug 1m 10.60s. VENTURA EXPRESS 5-2 (8-11, Kevin Stott) Chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, held by front pair but kept on inside final furlong, 3rd of 7, 3 1/2l behind King Of Stars (9-6) at Pontefract 5f hcp 0-95 (3) gf 1m 01.40s. TWILIGHT MADNESS 1-1fav (9-5, Hollie Doyle) Prominent on inner, pressed leader 1f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 3rd of 7, 1 1/2l behind Louie de Palma (9-5) at Windsor 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug 1m 11.92s. MARK’S CHOICE 3-1 (9-12, Cam Hardie) Held up, headway on rail going well halfway, not clear run over 1f out, in the clear and ran on well inside final furlong, not reach winner, 2nd of 7, 3/4l behind Wade’s Magic (8-5) at Ripon 6f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug 1m 12.70s. NEVER DARK 6-1 (8-11, A Mullen) Chased leaders on outside, headway approaching final furlong and every chance, could not go pace of leaders in 3rd, 3rd of 6, 2 1/4l behind Glory Fighter (8-13) at Musselburgh 5f hcp 0-90 (3) gs 59.62s. PEARL OF QATAR 16-1 (9-9, Phil Dennis) Chased leaders, effort 2f out, 2nd over 1f out until inside final furlong, weakened final 50 yards, finished 7th, placed 6th, 6th of 11, 3 1/2l behind Call Me Ginger (9-7) at Hamilton 6f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug 1m 11.02s. POCKLEY 20-1 (9-3, J P Sullivan) Chased leaders, pushed along and headway 2f out, ridden and every chance 1f out, stayed on, no extra, 2nd of 7, 1/2l behind Bowman (9-6) at Carlisle 6f 3yo hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug 1m 10.22s. CHOOKIE DUNEDIN 14-1 (9-4, Billy Garritty) Raced keenly, chased leaders, pushed along to challenge 2f out, ridden over 1f out, no extra final furlong, 6th of 9, 5l behind Sucellus (9-5) at Haydock 1m hcp 0-80 (4) gf 1m 40.75s. TRUE MASON 10-1 (9-0, Callum Rodriguez) Slowly away, in rear on stands side, headway when not clear run over 1f out, in the clear and closed inside final furlong, ran on well, nearest finish, 5th of 16, 2 3/4l behind Mark’s Choice (9-0) at Ripon 6f hcp (2) gd in Aug 1m 11.05s. THORNABY PEARL 13-2 (9-3, Barry McHugh) Contested lead, clear advantage 2f out and travelled strongly, pushed and ridden before final furlong, stayed on well, always doing enough late on, won at Doncaster 6f hcp 0-75 (5) gs in Jul beating Mutanaaseq (9-9) by 1/2l, 8 ran 1m 13.68s. 3.55 VIRGIN BET HANDICAP (3) Winner £8,100 (5 run) 2m 1f 105yds 1 000324 Lucky Deal (7) (V) 6 10-0 (2) M Johnston J Fanning 94 2 491216 Prince Imperial (30) 4 9-12 (4) R Hughes (D) T Heard (5) 92 3 811218 Let Me Be (54) 5 9-3 (1) K Dalgleish (C) C Rodriguez 83 4 4710-4 Beechwood Jude (24) (T * ) 5 9-0 (3) K Dalgleish G Lee 80 AYR, NEWBURY, KEMPTON & NEWTON ABBOT RUNNERS INDEX Ayr - Ayr Kempton - Kmp Newbury - Nbu Newton Abbot - New Ace Aussie (IRE).....................Nbu 3.30 Actaea......................................Kmp 6.00 Al Erayg (IRE)........................... Ayr 4.30 Al Simmo.................................. Ayr 2.45 Al Suhail...................................Nbu 3.30 Al Suil Eile (FR)........................Kmp 6.00 Al Tarmaah (IRE)......................Kmp 8.30 Alafdhal (IRE)...........................Kmp 5.25 Albasheer (IRE)........................Nbu 3.30 Aleezdancer (IRE).................... Ayr 1.35 Allerby......................................Kmp 6.00 Almufeed (IRE).........................Kmp 7.30 Alramz..................................... New 3.38 Alternative Fact.........................Nbu 4.35 Altraif........................................Nbu 2.20 Amelia’s Dance (IRE).............. New 3.03 American Star (IRE).................Nbu 2.20 Animist......................................Nbu 1.15 Appreciate (IRE).......................Kmp 8.30 Arc Of Bubbles (IRE)............... New 4.45 Are You Able.............................Kmp 5.25 Arizona Gold.............................Kmp 8.00 Artemis Sky..............................Kmp 7.00 Arthur’s Realm (IRE)................Nbu 4.35 Aye Aye Charlie....................... New 4.13 Ayling........................................ Ayr 1.35 Azure Blue (IRE)...................... Ayr 1.00 Balzac..................................... New 3.38 Bankawi.................................... Ayr 4.30 Baradar (IRE)...........................Nbu 3.30 Bari Breeze (IRE).................... New 5.15 Bavardages (IRE)..................... Ayr 4.30 Be Proud (IRE)......................... Ayr 3.20 Beechwood Jude (FR).............. Ayr 3.55 Beholding.................................Kmp 6.30 Beloved Of All (IRE).................Kmp 4.50 Beluga Gold (IRE).................... Ayr 1.00 Bernardo O’Reilly..................... Ayr 3.20 Best Pal (IRE).......................... New 5.15 Bimble (IRE)............................. Ayr 2.45 Bitcoin Ranger (IRE)................ Ayr 1.00 Black Anthem (IRE)................. New 2.28 Blackberry................................ Ayr 2.45 Blackcastle Storm.....................Kmp 6.00 Blackthirtyone...........................Kmp 5.25 Blazing Saddles....................... New 3.38 Bolthole (IRE)...........................Nbu 2.55 Boogie Time (IRE).................... Ayr 3.20 Borak (IRE).............................. New 3.38 Botanist....................................Nbu 1.15 Bringitonboris (USA)................. Ayr 5.00 Busted Ice (IRE).......................Kmp 7.30 Cage Of Fear (IRE)................. New 2.28 Call Me Ginger......................... Ayr 3.20 Calling The Wind (IRE).............Nbu 4.05 Canonized................................ Ayr 2.10 Capla Dream............................Kmp 6.00 Carpentier (FR)........................Kmp 8.00 Casting Vote (IRE)....................Nbu 4.35 Catch My Breath.......................Kmp 8.30 Celestial Star (IRE)................... Ayr 1.00 Chifa (IRE)................................Kmp 8.30 Chookie Dunedin...................... Ayr 3.20 Citron Major.............................. Ayr 3.20 Clay Regazzoni........................ Ayr 5.00 Cochise....................................Kmp 7.00 Cool Dandy (IRE)..................... Ayr 4.30 Cotai Class (IRE)...................... Ayr 1.35 Crocus (IRE).............................Kmp 6.00 Croupier (IRE)..........................Nbu 2.20 Cu Chulainn..............................Kmp 6.30 D’bai (IRE)...............................Nbu 3.30 Dancin Boy............................... Ayr 4.30 Dandalla (IRE).......................... Ayr 2.45 Danzan (IRE)............................ Ayr 3.20 Dark Side Diamond..................Kmp 5.25 Dark Swansong (IRE)...............Nbu 1.15 Darksideoftarnside (IRE)..........Kmp 7.00 Dartington (IRE).......................Nbu 4.35 Debbie’s Choice (IRE)..............Nbu 1.15 Decoration Of War (IRE)......... New 4.13 Deodar......................................Nbu 1.15 Diligent (FR)............................ New 1.53 Dourado (IRE)..........................Kmp 8.30 Dream A Little...........................Kmp 5.25 Dreambird (IRE).......................Kmp 7.00 Eaglesglen............................. Kmp 7.30 Easkey Lad (IRE).................... New 3.38 5 1-5241 Haveyoumissedme (11) 3 8-4 (5) I Jardine A Mullen 75 BETTING: 9-4 Lucky Deal, 11-4 Prince Imperial, 7-2 Haveyoumissedme, 4 Let Me Be, 8 Beechwood Jude. 2020: MONDAIN 4 9 12, Joe Fanning 11-4 Fav (M Johnston), drawn (4), 6 ran. LUCKY DEAL 22-1 (9-11, J Fanning) Pushed along early towards rear, headway 2f out, ridden and kept on one pace, 4th of 10, 5l behind Rhythmic Intent (9-12) at Doncaster 1m 6f hcp 105 (2) gd 3m 10.09s. PRINCE IMPERIAL 22-1 (8-10, Tyler Heard) Tracked leaders, ridden well over 3f out, every chance 2f out, one pace final furlong, 6th of 14, 4l behind Arcadian Sunrise (8-13) at York 2m hcp 105 (2) gd in Aug 3m 32.78s. LET ME BE 11-2 (9-8, Callum Rodriguez) Mid-division, ridden 3f out, weakened from 2f out, 8th of 10, 14l behind Glasses Up (9-6) at Musselburgh 1m 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Jul 2m 59.38s. BEECHWOOD JUDE 14-1 (9-9, G Lee) Chased leaders, ridden under 2f out, faded inside last, 4th of 8, 10l behind Emaraty Hero (8-9) at Musselburgh 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug 2m 43.83s. HAVEYOUMISSEDME 13-8 (9-7, A Mullen) Chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, headway over 1f out, led inside final furlong, kept on well, won at Newcastle 1m 4f hcp 0-75 (5) beating Mushirif (9-9) by 1 1/4l, 8 ran 2m 41.95s. REMUS UOMO HANDICAP (DIV 1) (5) 4.30 Winner £3,132 (14 run) 1m 1 433321 Tilsitt (14) 4 10-1 (8) R M Smith (D 2 ) S B Kirrane (5) 72 2 439777 Al Erayg (25) (P,T) 8 9-12 (5) T Easterby (D 4 ) D Allan 69 3 835253 King Of Tonga (7) 5 9-11 (14) D O’Meara D Nolan 68 4 831153 Merricourt (24) (P) 5 9-10 (3) I Jardine (CD 2 ) A Mullen 67 5 -60677 Dancin Boy (21) (T) 5 9-8 (4) M Dods (D) C Beasley 65 6 -41324 Fae The Port (117) 3 9-7 (9) K Burke C Lee 68 7 364312 Little Ted (6) (P) 4 9-5 (11) T Easterby (D 2 ) P Hanagan 62 8 -54315 Royal Regent (24) (P) 9 9-3 (2) R M Smith (CD) P Mathers 60 9 704942 Bavardages (22) 4 9-2 (13) M & D Easterby (D) P Mulrennan 59 10 012297 Bankawi (17) 4 9-2 (6) M & D Easterby (D 2 ) Joanna Mason (3) 59 11 237160 Shackabooah (31) 4 9-0 (7) S Dixon B Curtis 57 12639237 Zoravan (31) (V) 8 8-11 (1) K Dalgleish (C,D) C Rodriguez 54 13 364324 Retirement Beckons (9) (H) 6 8-7 (12) Miss L Perratt (CD) JP Sullivan 49 14386463 Cool Dandy (6) 3 8-3 (10) K Dalgleish J Fanning 47 BETTING: 4 Tilsitt, 13-2 Bavardages, 7 King Of Tonga, 8 Little Ted, 10 Fae The Port, Merricourt, 12 Royal Regent, Bankawi, Al Erayg, 14 Others. 2020: BRINGITONBORIS 3 9 5, Joe Fanning 20-1 (K Dalgleish), drawn (12), 13 ran. Easyrun De Vassy (FR)........... New 4.13 Echosmith (IRE)....................... Ayr 1.00 Edward Cornelius (IRE)............ Ayr 2.10 Eglantine Du Seuil (FR).......... New 4.45 El Maga (IRE)........................... Ayr 1.35 Emraan (IRE)...........................Kmp 6.00 En Couleur............................... Ayr 5.00 End Result................................Nbu 4.35 Ernest Rutherford..................... Ayr 2.10 Eternal Halo (IRE).................... Ayr 2.10 Evaluation.................................Kmp 7.00 Every Breakin Wave (IRE)....... New 1.53 Everyonelovesagrey.................Nbu 1.15 Fact Of The Matter (IRE)........ New 2.28 Fae The Port (FR).................... Ayr 4.30 Fast Attack (IRE).......................Nbu 1.45 Fast Response (IRE)................ Ayr 2.10 Favorite Moon (GER)...............Nbu 4.05 Final Account............................ Ayr 1.35 Flamenco De Kerser (FR)....... New 3.38 Flat To The Max (FR)................Kmp 7.30 Flying Moon (GER)................... Ayr 5.00 Flying Pursuit............................ Ayr 3.20 Flying Secret............................Nbu 1.15 Forgivable................................. Ayr 1.00 Fortamour (IRE)....................... Ayr 3.20 Frosted Angel (IRE)..................Kmp 5.25 Fundamental.............................Nbu 3.30 Gaelic Belle............................ New 3.03 Galahad Threepwood...............Nbu 4.05 Gellhorn.................................... Ayr 2.45 Geocentric (IRE)...................... Ayr 2.10 Ghathanfar (IRE)...................... Ayr 3.20 Ginger Du Val (FR).................. New 3.03 Golden Duke (IRE)................... Ayr 1.35 Good Bye (GER)..................... New 3.38 Good Soul................................Kmp 7.00 Green Team (FR)...................... Ayr 1.00 Havana Go............................... Ayr 5.00 Haveyoumissedme................... Ayr 3.55 Hen Harrier (IRE).....................Kmp 4.50 Heredia.....................................Nbu 1.45 Honeywell.................................Kmp 4.50 Hope Springs...........................Kmp 5.25 Hurry Up Hedley (IRE).............Kmp 4.50 Hy Eales (IRE)..........................Kmp 7.30 Racing TV. Ince (AUT)............................... New 3.03 Invincible Wish (IRE)............... New 3.38 Isosceles (IRE).........................Kmp 7.30 Jazz Club (IRE).......................Nbu 2.20 Jkr Cobbler (IRE)...................... Ayr 1.35 Joey Steel (IRE)...................... New 2.28 John Kirkup.............................. Ayr 3.20 Joy Coast (USA).......................Kmp 6.30 Just No Risk (FR).................... New 3.38 Kaloor..................................... Kmp 8.00 Kanzino (IRE)........................... Ayr 1.00 Kattani (IRE).............................Nbu 4.35 Keep Busy (IRE)....................... Ayr 2.45 Kendelu (IRE).......................... New 4.13 Kendred Fire (IRE)................... Ayr 1.35 Kentucky Kingdom (IRE)..........Nbu 4.35 King Capella.............................Kmp 6.30 King Of Conquest.....................Nbu 2.55 King Of Tonga (IRE)................. Ayr 4.30 Labeebb (IRE).........................Nbu 4.05 Lady Ayresome (IRE)............... Ayr 2.10 Lady Gwhinnyvere (IRE)..........Kmp 8.30 Lady Lade................................. Ayr 1.35 Lassie (IRE)..............................Kmp 6.30 Latent Heat (IRE).....................Kmp 8.00 Let Me Be (IRE)........................ Ayr 3.55 Let’s (IRE)................................. Ayr 2.45 Lethal Levi................................ Ayr 1.35 Lhebayeb (GER)......................Kmp 7.30 Liger King (IRE)........................Kmp 6.00 Like A Lion (IRE)......................Nbu 2.20 Like Sugar................................Kmp 7.30 Little Jessture (IRE)................. New 3.03 Little Ted................................... Ayr 4.30 Locke (IRE).............................. Ayr 1.35 Los Camachos (IRE)................Kmp 6.00 Loup De Maulde (FR).............. New 5.15 Lucky Deal................................ Ayr 3.55 Lucky Violet (IRE)..................... Ayr 5.00 Mabo....................................... Kmp 8.30 Makambe (IRE)........................Kmp 8.30 Makram (IRE)...........................Nbu 4.05 Marhaba The Champ............... Ayr 1.00 Mark’s Choice (IRE)................. Ayr 3.20 Master The Stars (GER)...........Nbu 4.05 Matthew Flinders......................Nbu 3.30 TILSITT 14-1 (9-12, P Mathers) Tracked leaders, ridden inside 3f, kept on and led inside final furlong, won gamely, won at Newcastle 1m 2f hcp 0-75 (5) beating Global Art (9-10) by 1/2l, 9 ran 2m 10.57s. AL ERAYG 14-1 (9-1, D Allan) Chased leaders, ridden 2f out, soon weakened, 7th of 11, 7l behind Challet (9-6) at Ripon 1m hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug 1m 39.42s. KING OF TONGA 11-1 (10-10, Mr M Ennis) Prominent, ridden 2f out, kept on from over 1f out, 3rd of 10, 4l behind Parys Mountain (11-3) at Chester 1m amat hcap (4) sft 1m 37.73s. MERRICOURT 12-1 (9-4, A Mullen) Mid-division, pushed along to press leaders well over 1f out, soon ridden, stayed on but no impression, 3rd of 9, 1 1/4l behind Clay Regazzoni (9-0) at Musselburgh 1m 1f hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 54.23s. DANCIN BOY 18-1 (10-3, T Eaves) In rear of mid-division, pushed along 3f out, headway on inner 2f out, no further impression and weakened well inside final furlong, 7th of 10, 9l behind Mi Capricho (10-0) at Hamilton 1m hcp 0-65 (6) gd in Aug 1m 47.62s. FAE THE PORT 10-3 (8-13, C Lee) Led early, chased leaders, went 2nd over 6f out until over 3f out, soon weakened, last of 4, 34l behind Glen Again (9-10) at Nottingham 1m 2f 3yo hcp 0-80 (4) sft in May 2m 19.92s. LITTLE TED 9-1 (8-3, J F Egan) Raced wide close up, ridden to chase clear winner entering final furlong, stayed on one pace, 2nd of 11, 4l behind Emiyn (9-3) at Chester 1m 2f hcp 0-80 (4) gs 2m 16.07s. ROYAL REGENT 12-1 (8-11, P Mathers) Raced towards rear, ridden and headway 2f out, stayed on final furlong, 5th of 9, 1 3/4l behind Clay Regazzoni (9-0) at Musselburgh 1m 1f hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 54.23s. BAVARDAGES 9-2 (11-0, Mr Philip Lawrence) Slowly away, soon chased leaders, ridden under 2f out, every chance 1f out, kept on well, no extra close home, 2nd of 6, 1/2l behind Deconso (10-4) at Carlisle 1m am hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug 1m 39.45s. BANKAWI 14-1 (9-1, Joanna Mason) Raced keenly, tracked winner 2f, chased leaders on inside, weakened over 2f out, 7th of 8, 20l behind Dreamseller (9-3) at Ripon 1m hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 38.40s. SHACKABOOAH 10-1 (9-7, B A Curtis) Held up in rear, ridden over 3f out, never dangerous, 10th of 12, 6l behind Libby Ami (9-3) at Carlisle 1m hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug 1m 38.41s. ZORAVAN 11-2 (9-5, Callum Rodriguez) Held up towards rear, some headway when not much room over 1f out, no impression inside final furlong, 7th of 10, 5l behind Strangerontheshore (9-0) at Carlisle 1m hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug 1m 38.78s. RETIREMENT BECKONS 12-1 (8-10, Ben Robinson) Mid-division, ridden over 2f out, kept on one pace, no impression, 4th of 10, 2 1/2l behind Captain Corelli (9-2) at Carlisle 1m hcp 0-65 (6) gf 1m 38.26s. COOL DANDY 17-2 (8-12, Callum Rodriguez) Towards rear, ridden 2f out, wide and headway entering final furlong, nearest finish, 3rd of 11, 4l behind Spartakos (8-10) at Musselburgh 7f hcp 0-55 (6) gs 1m 31.89s. 5.00 REMUS UOMO HANDICAP (DIV 2) (5) Winner £3,132 (13 run) 1m 1 548742 Bringitonboris (15) 4 9-13 (9) K Dalgleish (CD) J Fanning 71 2 807573 Tahonta (21) (B) 3 9-8 (7) K Ryan O McSweeney (7) 70 3 272-00 Twilight Prince (70) 3 9-8 (6) R Fahey P Hanagan 70 4 416313 Clay Regazzoni (5) (V) 4 9-8 (4) K Dalgleish (D) C Rodriguez 66 5 345405 North Of Amazing (41) 3 9-6 (3) K Burke C Lee 68 6 828361 Motarajel (19) (P) 4 9-4 (2) T Easterby (D 2 ) D Fentiman 62 7 095332 Ron O (21) (V) 3 9-2 (11) J L Eyre B Curtis 64 8 -84171 Temper Trap (16) 4 9-2 (5) T Easterby D Allan 60 9 505 Rhythmic Blues (P * ,T * ) 3 9-1 (13) M & D Easterby Joanna Mason (3) 63 10 376-5 En Couleur (150) (P * ) 4 9-0 (8) M & D Easterby (BF) P Mulrennan 58 11 154548 Flying Moon (22) 5 8-13 (10) R M Smith (CD 2 ) P Mathers 57 Merricourt (IRE)........................ Ayr 4.30 Mild Reflection..........................Kmp 4.50 Mister Robbo (IRE).................. New 4.45 Mitbaahy (IRE)......................... Ayr 2.10 Morani Kali...............................Kmp 7.30 Motarajel................................... Ayr 5.00 Mountain Ash (IRE)..................Kmp 8.30 Mums Tipple (IRE)....................Nbu 3.30 Musicality.................................. Ayr 3.20 Mythical Star.............................Kmp 4.50 Nate The Great........................Nbu 4.05 Neenee’s Choice......................Nbu 4.35 Neptunian (IRE)........................Nbu 1.15 Never Dark............................... Ayr 3.20 Ninky Nonk (IRE)..................... Ayr 1.35 Noorban.................................... Ayr 2.45 North Of Amazing..................... Ayr 5.00 Northbound (IRE).....................Kmp 8.30 Northernpowerhouse............... Ayr 3.20 Nuance.....................................Nbu 2.20 Odisseo.................................. Kmp 4.50 Olympic Honour (FR)...............Kmp 7.00 On To Victory............................Nbu 4.05 Operatic (IRE).......................... Ayr 2.45 Oscars Reign (IRE)................. New 1.53 Out The Hat.............................. Ayr 3.20 Paradias (GER).......................Nbu 2.55 Pearl Of Qatar.......................... Ayr 3.20 Pedestal (IRE)..........................Kmp 8.00 Peggy Sioux............................. Ayr 2.10 Perceivable...............................Kmp 4.50 Percy (IRE).............................. New 3.38 Phuket Power (IRE)..................Kmp 6.00 Pockley..................................... Ayr 3.20 Poet’s Eye.................................Kmp 8.30 Pride Of Hawridge (IRE)...........Kmp 8.00 Pride Of Nepal..........................Kmp 7.30 Prince Imperial (USA)............... Ayr 3.55 Proclaimer................................Kmp 8.00 Project Dante............................ Ayr 2.10 Promises (IRE).........................Kmp 7.30 Publicist....................................Kmp 8.00 Queen Kahlua......................... Ayr 2.45 Rajmeister.............................. Kmp 6.00 Rawyaan...................................Nbu 2.55 Remedium................................Nbu 4.35 12093165 Havana Go (6) 6 8-7 (1) I Jardine (CD) A Mullen 51 13631486 Lucky Violet (24) (H) 9 8-7 (12) Miss L Perratt (CD 2 ) G Lee 47 BETTING: 4 Temper Trap, 11-2 Bringitonboris, 6 Motarajel, 7 Ron O, 8 Clay Regazzoni, Tahonta, 10 En Couleur, 12 Havana Go, 14 Others. 2020: CASSY O 3 9 9, Tom Eaves 10-3 Fav (T Easterby), drawn (12), 11 ran. BRINGITONBORIS 14-1 (8-6, S H James) Held up in mid-division, good headway between horses 2f out, went 2nd over 1f out, led inside final furlong, headed and not pace of winner final 110 yards, 2nd of 12, 1 3/4l behind Firmament (9-2) at Newcastle 7f hcap (3) 1m 25.10s. TAHONTA 12-1 (9-7, Kevin Stott) Soon tracking leader, led 6f out, led field centre in home straight, ridden and strongly pressed 2f out, headed over 1f out, stayed on same pace, no chance with winner, lost 2nd close home, 3rd of 12, 2 3/4l behind Empirestateofmind (9-6) at Thirsk 1m 3yo hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 40.05s. TWILIGHT PRINCE 33-1 (9-4, Connor Murtagh) Always behind, 10th of 11, 12l behind Outrun The Storm (9-5) at York 7f 3yo app hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Jul 1m 35.60s. CLAY REGAZZONI 5-1 (9-3, Callum Rodriguez) Chased leaders, ridden 2f out, kept on well final 100 yards, 3rd of 8, 1 1/4l behind Gweedore (10-0) at Musselburgh 1m hcp 0-75 (5) gs 1m 42.05s. NORTH OF AMAZING 14-1 (8-12, C Lee) Led, headed over 4f out, pushed along 3f out, ridden over 2f out, faded inside final furlong, 5th of 7, 10l behind Bowland Park (9-11) at Haydock 1m 3yo hcp 0-80 (4) sft in Aug 1m 46.46s. MOTARAJEL 10-3fav (8-11, D Fentiman) Last to break, held up in rear, switched left over 2f out, headway over 1f out, led entering final furlong, edged right, stayed on, pushed out, won at Beverley 1m hcp 0-75 (5) gf in Aug beating Perfect Swiss (9-7) by nk, 8 ran 1m 44.16s. RON O 9-2 (9-1, Lewis Edmunds) Raced wide oin mid-division, headway chasing leaders over 2f out, stayed on inside final furlong, went 2nd close home, no chance with winner, 2nd of 12, 2 1/2l behind Empirestateofmind (9-6) at Thirsk 1m 3yo hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 40.05s. TEMPER TRAP 5-4fav (9-2, D Allan) Tracked leaders, 2nd going well over 3f out, led over 1f out, soon ridden and ran on well, readily, won at Hamilton 1m 1f hcp 0-60 (6) gd beating One Last Hug (8-7) by 2 1/4l, 7 ran 1m 58.40s. RHYTHMIC BLUES 22-1 (9-2, Tom Midgley) Raced keenly, pushed along and outpaced over 2f out, never nearer than mid-division, 5th of 8, 11l behind Alpha Cru (9-0) at Pontefract 1m 3yo & 4yo mdn (5) gf in Jul 3m 59.60s. EN COULEUR 11-8fav (9-7, Nathan Evans) Led 2f, tracked leaders, pushed along 5f out, ridden 4f out, beaten from over 2f out, 5th of 9, 12l behind Compass Point (9-0) at Southwell 1m 4f hcp 0-60 (6) fbs in Apr 2m 46.11s. FLYING MOON 8-1 (9-3, P J McDonald) Towards rear, pushed along over 3f out, one pace thereafter, 8th of 11, 10l behind Alyara (9-1) at Carlisle 1m 1f hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 1m 53.85s. HAVANA GO 8-1 (9-3, A Mullen) Slowly into stride, headway when not clear run and switched left over 1f out, stayed on, nearest finish, 5th of 13, 2 3/4l behind Clotherholme (9-1) at Musselburgh 1m hcp 0-55 (6) gs 1m 43.61s. LUCKY VIOLET 15-2 (9-5, G Lee) Mid-division, ridden and one pace under 2f out, 6th of 10, 6l behind Rain Cap (9-0) at Musselburgh 7f (6) gd in Aug 1m 29.94s. Top Trainers: Jim Goldie 50-550 (9.1%), Keith Dalgleish 47- 546 (8.6%), Iain Jardine 40-346 (11.6%), R Mike Smith 36-359 (10.0%), Richard Fahey 31-335 (9.3%), Top Jockeys: Joe Fanning 31-240 (12.9%), Paul Mulrennan 30-231 (13.0%), Graham Lee 24-171 (14.0%), Ben Curtis 24- 165 (14.5%), P J McDonald 22-145 (15.2%). TOP TEAM’S TIPS MERIDIAN’S YANKEE D’BAI (3:30 NEWBURY); PRINCE IMPERIAL (3:55 AYR); MERRICOURT (4:30 AYR); RON O (5:00 AYR). Restitution (FR)........................Kmp 6.30 Retirement Beckons................. Ayr 4.30 Rhythmic Blues........................ Ayr 5.00 River Nymph.............................Nbu 3.30 Ron O....................................... Ayr 5.00 Roque Angel............................ New 3.03 Royal Regent............................ Ayr 4.30 Rumi.........................................Kmp 7.30 Ruskin Red (IRE).....................Kmp 7.30 Russian River (IRE).................. Ayr 2.45 Ryan’s Party (IRE).................... Ayr 1.35 Salonniere.............................. Kmp 6.30 Samphire Coast........................Kmp 8.00 San Pedro (IRE).......................Nbu 4.35 Satellite Call (IRE)....................Nbu 1.15 Savitar (IRE).............................Kmp 7.30 Saxon Queen.......................... New 3.03 Scherbobalob...........................Kmp 6.30 Secret Strength (IRE)...............Nbu 2.20 Secretinthepark........................ Ayr 3.20 Sergeant (FR).......................... New 3.38 Sextant.....................................Nbu 4.05 Shackabooah........................... Ayr 4.30 She’s A Novelty (IRE).............. New 3.03 Shimmering Sands................... Ayr 1.00 Shobiz......................................Kmp 5.25 Show Me Show Me.................. Ayr 3.20 Shyjack.....................................Kmp 8.00 Silent Escape (IRE)..................Nbu 3.30 Silk Romance (IRE)..................Nbu 1.45 Sister Raphael (IRE)............... New 4.45 Snash (IRE)..............................Nbu 3.30 Sophiesticate (IRE).................. Ayr 1.00 Southfield Lily.......................... New 1.53 Sparked....................................Nbu 1.15 St Andrew’s Castle................... Ayr 1.35 Star Caliber..............................Nbu 4.05 Star From Afarhh......................Nbu 1.45 Starchant..................................Kmp 8.00 Stargazer Lily (IRE)..................Kmp 4.50 Stars In The Night (IRE)........... Ayr 2.45 Straits Of Moyle (IRE).............. Ayr 1.35 Streak Jazz...............................Kmp 4.50 Sun Hill..................................... Ayr 1.00 Surrey Gold (IRE).....................Nbu 4.05 Symbolize (IRE).......................Nbu 3.30 KLONDYKE LETHAL LEVI (1:35 AYR); GEOCENTRIC (2:10 AYR); WHITE LAVENDER (2:45 AYR). ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) MARK’S CHOICE (3:20 AYR). Tahonta (IRE).......................... Ayr 5.00 Temper Trap.............................. Ayr 5.00 Tenaya Canyon......................... Ayr 2.45 Teresa Mendoza (IRE)............. Ayr 2.45 Thaler.......................................Kmp 5.25 Thatsthefinest (IRE).................Kmp 4.50 Thebannerkingrebel (IRE)........Kmp 6.30 Thegreatestshowman............... Ayr 3.20 Thinque Tank........................... New 3.38 Thornaby Pearl......................... Ayr 3.20 Tilsitt (FR)................................. Ayr 4.30 Titaneasy..................................Kmp 8.30 Tomfre.......................................Nbu 3.30 Travers......................................Kmp 4.50 Treble Clef................................Kmp 8.00 Tridevi.......................................Kmp 5.25 True Mason............................... Ayr 3.20 Tweet Tweet.............................. Ayr 2.45 Twilight Madness...................... Ayr 3.20 Twilight Prince........................... Ayr 5.00 Twistaline..................................Kmp 4.50 Twisted Reality.........................Nbu 4.05 Uncle Dick.............................. Kmp 8.00 Undomiel..................................Kmp 6.30 Unfinishedsympathy (IRE)........ Ayr 2.10 Valentino................................ New 4.13 Ventura Express....................... Ayr 3.20 Vertiginous (IRE)...................... Ayr 2.10 Vintage Clarets......................... Ayr 2.10 Westover.................................Nbu 2.55 Whatsthecraicjack................... New 4.13 Whatzupwithme........................Kmp 8.30 White Lavender (IRE)............... Ayr 2.45 Winalotwithalittle (IRE).............Kmp 5.25 Witch Hunter (FR)....................Nbu 1.15 With Thanks (IRE)....................Nbu 3.30 Won Love (IRE)........................Kmp 8.00 Wonder Elmossman (IRE).......Nbu 3.30 Wootton’sun (FR)...................... Ayr 1.00 Yagan (IRE)............................ Kmp 7.00 Yeeeaah (IRE).......................... Ayr 1.00 Zechariah (IRE).......................Nbu 2.55 Zoravan (USA).......................... Ayr 4.30

RACING RESULTS Going: Good to Soft. Course: Left-handed, oval, mainly flat track of 1m 7f, with a 5f run-in. 5-8f races run on straight course. 7f 64yd and 1m races start on a chute to the round course. DRAW: High numbers have a slight advantage on the straight course. Top Trainers: Richard Hannon 55-472 (11.7%), John & Thady Gosden 49-184 (26.6%), William Haggas 40-197 (20.3%), Roger Charlton 25-158 (15.8%), Andrew Balding 22-225 (9.8%), Alan King 22-267 (8.2%), Roger Varian 20-147 (13.6%), Ed Walker 18-142 (12.7%), Charlie Appleby 17-56 (30.4%), Charles Hills 16-171 (9.4%). Top Jockeys: James Doyle 41-205 (20.0%), Oisin Murphy 34-269 (12.6%), William Buick 23-113 (20.4%), Sean Levey 18-143 (12.6%), Andrea Atzeni 18-164 (11.0%), Tom Marquand 17-182 (9.3%), Adam Kirby 15-180 (8.3%), David Egan 14-112 (12.5%), David Probert 13-177 (7.3%), Pat Dobbs 10-118 (8.5%). Trainer Targets (won today’s race at least twice in last 10 years): R Hannon won the 1.15 in ‘14, ‘17 and ‘19. R Hannon won the 2.20 in ‘15, ‘17, ‘18 and ‘19. C Appleby won the 2.55 in ‘13 and ‘20. R Hannon won the 3.30 in ‘17 and ‘19. S bin Suroor won the 3.30 in ‘12 and ‘13. W Haggas won the 3.30 in ‘15 and ‘18. 1ST TIME BLINKERS: None. CHEEKPIECES: None. TONGUE STRAPS: 3.30 D’bai, 4.05 Favorite Moon, Labeebb, 4.35 Kattani. (*=1st time). 1ST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. 1ST TIME HOODS: 4.05 Star Caliber. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Ace Aussie (3.30) Ireland; Sextant (4.05) trained at Carluke. Round trip of 752 miles. FAVOURITES: (2016-2021): 320 have won out of 1060 races (30.2%). At the previous corresponding meetings, 44 have won out of 147 races (29.9%). Newbury Racing TV. 1.15 BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN STAKES (GBB RACE) (4) (2-Y-O) Winner £6,534 (11 run) 6f 1 (3) Animist J Gallagher 9-5.....................................G Buckell (3) — 2 (4) Botanist G Baker 9-5........................................P Cosgrave — 3 (5) 42 Dark Swansong (24) C Cox 9-5 (BF)............. A Kirby — 4 (10) Deodar R Beckett 9-5.............................................R Hornby — 5 (2) 7 Everyonelovesagrey (13) A West 9-5................... ...................................................................Elisha Whittington (5) — 6 (8) 264 Flying Secret (10) E J-Houghton 9-5 (BF)......W Buick — 7 (7) Neptunian M Meade 9-5................................T Marquand — 8 (11) Satellite Call A Wintle 9-5............................D Probert — 9 (9) Witch Hunter R Hannon 9-5......................... S M Levey — 10 (1) 66 Debbie’s Choice (24) J Bridger 9-0...........David Egan — 11 (6) Sparked J Boyle 9-0.........................................Rossa Ryan — BETTING: 7-4 Dark Swansong, 3 Flying Secret, 4 Deodar, 6 Neptunian, 15-2 Witch Hunter, 16 Botanist, 33 Satellite Call, 50 Debbie’s Choice, Animist, 66 Others. 2020: WHENTHEDEALINSDONE 9 5, Jason Watson 4-1 (R Teal), drawn (5), 15 ran. ANIMIST Equiano gelding out of Iseemist. BOTANIST Bated Breath colt out of Sunflower. DARK SWANSONG 15-8fav (9-0, A Kirby) Raced very greenly, tracked leaders, ridden 3f out, stayed on well under pressure, 2nd of 9, 1 3/4l behind Hierarchy (9-7) at Salisbury 6f 2yo nov stk (4) gd in Aug 1m 14.19s. DEODAR Bated Breath gelding out of Tested. EVERYONELOVESAGREY 66-1 (8-11, Elisha Whittington) Went right start, chased leaders, ridden halfway, gradually weakened over 2f out, last of 7, 19l behind Wanees (9-2) at Ascot 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gf 1m 28.15s. FLYING SECRET 9-4fav (9-0, Charles Bishop) Tracked leaders, challenged over 2f out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, stayed on same pace, 4th of 10, 2 1/2l behind New Dimension (9-0) at Leicester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gf 1m 23.77s. NEPTUNIAN Prince Of Lir colt out of Empress Theodora. SATELLITE CALL Kodiac colt out of Ball Girl. WITCH HUNTER Siyouni colt out of Sorciere. DEBBIE’S CHOICE 50-1 (9-0, Ray Dawson) Raced keenly, led, pushed along over 2f out, headed inside final 2f, lost 2nd over 1f out, weakened soon after, 6th of 9, 11l behind Sense Of Duty (9-0) at Newbury 6f 2yo fll mdn (4) gd in Aug 1m 11.87s. SPARKED Night Of Thunder filly out of Clearing. 1.45 DUBAI DUTY FREE FULL OF SURPRISES FILLIES’ CONDI- TIONS STAKES (STR) (2) (2-Y-O) Winner £8,504 (4 run) 7f 1 (3) 15 Fast Attack (27) S & E Crisford 9-1 (D)..... James Doyle — 2 (2) 21 Silk Romance (21) C Appleby 9-1 (D)...............W Buick — 3 (4) 16 Star From Afarhh (27) A Balding 9-1 (D).O Murphy 84 4 (1) 1 Heredia (20) R Hannon 8-12............................... S M Levey — BETTING: 5-4 Silk Romance, 3 Fast Attack, 7-2 Star From Afarhh, 5 Heredia. 2020: LUCID DREAMER 8 12, Jason Watson 10-11 Fav (R Charlton), drawn (3), 3 ran. FAST ATTACK 2-1 (8-11, C Soumillon) Chased leaders, headway 2f out, weakened final furlong, last of 5, 8l behind Accakaba (8-11) at Deauville(FR) 7f 2yo Grp 2 gs in Aug 1m 24.73s. SILK ROMANCE 4-6fav (9-0, W Buick) Made all, quickened clear entering final furlong, comfortable, won at Newmarket 7f 2yo fll nov stks (4) gf in Aug beating Stellar Queen (9-0) by 6l, 11 ran 1m 26.49s. STAR FROM AFARHH 6-1 (8-12, Oisin Murphy) Soon led, headed over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, last of 6, 10l behind Reach For The Moon (9-1) at Sandown 7f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug 1m 31.58s. HEREDIA 11-1 (9-0, S M Levey) Slowly away in rear, headway on outside 2f out, ridden to lead inside final furlong, ran on well, won at Windsor 6f 2yo nov stk (5) gf in Aug beating Locke (9-5) by 1 3/4l, 13 ran 1m 12.04s. 2.20 DUBAI DUTY FREE NURSERY (STR) (3) (2-Y-O) Winner £5,154 (7 run) 7f 1 (6) 431 Nuance (47) W Haggas 9-6 (D).........................T Marquand 87 2 (5) 7313 Jazz Club (8) R Varian 9-6.................................... Doubtful 87 3 (2) 4441 Croupier (24) S & E Crisford 9-6 (CD)......... James Doyle 87 4 (1) 4321 Altraif (14) J & T Gosden 9-5 (D).....................David Egan 86 5 (4) 6219 American Star (28) E Walker 9-4.................O Murphy 85 6 (3) 410264 Secret Strength (14) R Hannon 9-4....Rossa Ryan 85 7 (7) 819 Like A Lion (40) Muir & Grassick 9-2 (D)..............M Dwyer 83 BETTING: 2 Nuance, 3 Croupier, 10-3 Altraif, 5 American Star, 12 Secret Strength, 14 Like A Lion. 2020: JIMMY SPARKS 9 7, Oisin Murphy 11-1 (B Meehan), drawn (2), 7 ran. NUANCE 5-4fav (9-2, Tom Marquand) Broke smartly and led, ridden clear 2f out, driven out, won at Chester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gs in Aug beating Prosperous Voyage (9-3) by 1/2l, 7 ran 1m 27.70s. CROUPIER 5-4fav (9-9, James Doyle) Tracked leader, led over 1f out, hung left and quickened clear inside final furlong, easily, won at Newbury 7f 2yo hcp 0-75 (5) gd in Aug beating Gaius (9-9) by 3l, 10 ran 1m 24.78s. ALTRAIF 5-4fav (9-5, David Egan) Prominent, nudged along over 2f out, ridden to challenge over 1f out, ran on strongly to lead inside final furlong, won at Kempton 7f 2yo nov stks (4) pol beating Al Jaddaf (9-5) by 1 3/4l, 10 ran 1m 29.33s. AMERICAN STAR 18-1 (9-0, P Cosgrave) Edged right start, held up in midfield, outpaced 3f out, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 9th of 11, 14l behind Lusail (9-3) at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug 1m 17.06s. SECRET STRENGTH 13-2 (9-9, Liam Browne) In rear, headway 2f out, kept on inside final furlong, never nearer, 4th of 6, 2 1/4l behind Kit Gabriel (9-7) at Pontefract 6f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gf 1m 16.32s. LIKE A LION 11-1 (9-8, M Dwyer) Raced keenly early, chased leaders, pushed along over 3f out, ridden and weakened well over 2f out, 9th of 10, 16l behind Cresta (8-13) at Leicester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gs in Aug 1m 24.84s. 2.55 HAYNES, HANSON & CLARK CONDITIONS STAKES (STR) (2) (2-Y-O) Winner £9,277 (6 run) 1m 1 (1) 1 King Of Conquest (26) C Appleby 9-1.........W Buick — 2 (2) 1 Westover (43) R Beckett 9-1 (D)........................R Hornby — 3 (3) 681 Zechariah (57) M Meade 9-1........................T Marquand 91 4 (6) 1 Bolthole (40) M Bell 8-12 (D)............................O Murphy — 5 (5) 2 Paradias (26) A King 8-12............................. James Doyle — 6 (4) 711 Rawyaan (31) M Tregoning 8-12............................D O’Neill 83 BETTING: 15-8 King Of Conquest, 11-4 Westover, 5 Zechariah, 6 Bolthole, 8 Rawyaan, 10 Paradias. 2020: YIBIR 8 12, William Buick 5-2 (C Appleby), drawn (2), 5 ran. KING OF CONQUEST 6-4fav (9-5, W Buick) Close up, ridden over 2f out, headway over 1f out, led 1f out, kept on final furlong, won going away, won at Sandown 7f 2yo mdn (4) gs in Aug beating Paradias (9-5) by 2 1/2l, 11 ran 1m 33.82s. WESTOVER 2-1 (9-5, Rob Hornby) Close up, headway 2f out, pushed along over 1f out, ridden and every chance inside final furlong, quickened to lead towards finish, won at Sandown 1m 2yo mdn (4) gs in Aug beating Bullet Force (9-5) by 1 1/4l, 6 ran 1m 50.43s. ZECHARIAH 8-1 (9-5, Oisin Murphy) Tracked leaders, went 2nd over 1f out, ridden to lead inside final furlong, stayed on well, won at Sandown 7f 2yo mdn (4) gf in Jul beating Bullet Force (9-5) by 3 1/2l, 11 ran 1m 30.29s. BOLTHOLE 3-1fav (9-2, Oisin Murphy) Soon racing in mid-division, smooth headway centre of group 3f out, going well 2f out, led over 1f out, ridden and stayed on strongly, won at Windsor 1m 2yo nov stk (5) gs in Aug beating Nasim (9-2) by 2l, 8 ran 1m 48.13s. PARADIAS 20-1 (9-5, James Doyle) Chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, steady headway 1f out, kept on final furlong, no match for winner, 2nd of 11, 2 1/2l behind King Of Conquest (9-5) at Sandown 7f 2yo mdn (4) gs in Aug 1m 33.82s. RAWYAAN 6-4 (9-7, Jim Crowley) Prominent, keen early, ridden and headway over 2f out, ran on well to lead shortly before line, won at Leicester 7f 2yo nov stk (5) gf in Aug beating Pavlodar (9-0) by shd, 9 ran 1m 26.01s. 3.30 DUBAI DUTY FREE CUP STAKES (LISTED) (STR) (1) Winner £22,684 (15 run) 7f 1 (9) -30361 Al Suhail (15) (H) C Appleby 4 9-2 (D 2 )................W Buick 110 2 (3) 2-2192 D’bai (6) (B,T) C Appleby 7 9-2 (D 5 )................... James Doyle 109 3 (1) -37027 Matthew Flinders (55) E Walker 4 9-2.......A Atzeni 106 4 (2) 225484 Mums Tipple (20) R Hannon 4 9-2 (D)................ P Dobbs 107 5 (11) 10-014 River Nymph (111) C Cox 4 9-2 (CD)................... A Kirby 104 6 (13) -20701 Symbolize (42) A Balding 4 9-2 (D)....................D Probert 102 7 (5) 11-229 Tomfre (92) R Beckett 4 9-2 (D 5 )...........................R Hornby 105 8 (7) 10-235 Ace Aussie (61) J Harrington (IRE) 3 8-13 (D)......David Egan 105 9 (6) 126-2 Albasheer (24) Owen Burrows 3 8-13 (BF,D)....D O’Neill 110 10 (15) 1413-4 Baradar (63) R Varian 3 8-13 (CD)................Rossa Ryan 108 11 (12)152527 Fundamental (52) J & T Gosden 3 8-13 (D)....M Harley 104 12 (10) 617-1 Snash (206) C Hills 3 8-13.........................................N Callan 98 13 (4) 22 Wonder Elmossman (8) J S Moore 3 8-13.....J F Egan — 14 (8) 1-121 Silent Escape (27) S bin Suroor 4 8-11 (D 3 ).O Murphy 102 15 (14) 121-77 With Thanks (75) W Haggas 4 8-11 (D 3 ).....T Marquand 105 BETTING: 4 Al Suhail, 11-2 D’bai, 6 Albasheer, 7 Silent Escape, 10 Baradar, 12 River Nymph, Fundamental, With Thanks, Ace Aussie, 14 Others. 2020: GLORIOUS JOURNEY 5 9 2, James Doyle 11-2 (C Appleby), drawn (8), 9 ran. AL SUHAIL 2-5fav (9-1, W Buick) Held up, travelled strongly, took lead 1f out and ridden, went away, comfortably, won at Haydock 7f cond Stakes (3) gf beating Accidental Agent (9-5) by 2l, 3 ran 1m 23.52s. D’BAI 17-2 (9-4, P J Dobbs) Steadied start, held up last, headway between horses 2f out, went 2nd over 1f out, stayed on same pace inside final furlong, well held, 2nd of 6, 1 1/4l behind Glorious Journey (9-4) at Doncaster 7f Grp 2 (1) gs 1m 22.99s. MATTHEW FLINDERS 5-1 (8-13, F Norton) Wore hood to post, raced near side, steadied start, held up, headway inside final 2f, chased leaders over 1f out, no extra inside final furlong, 7th of 19, 4 1/2l behind Danyah (9-7) at Ascot 7f hcp (2) gf in Jul 1m 25.31s. MUMS TIPPLE 14-1 (9-4, Thore Hammer Hansen) Chased leaders, ridden soon after halfway, hung left to far rail and kept on final furlong, 4th of 9, 3l behind Summerghand (9-6) at Newmarket 6f Listed stks (1) gf in Aug 1m 11.67s. RIVER NYMPH 11-2 (9-0, A Kirby) Tracked leaders in 4th, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and unable to quicken over 1f out, plugged on in well held 4th, 4th of 9, 5l behind Kinross (9-0) at Haydock 7f Grp 3 (1) gs in May 1m 30.62s. SYMBOLIZE 15-8 (9-4, G Lee) Tracked leaders, came centre over 3f out, led over 1f out, pushed out, won at Thirsk 7f cond Stakes (3) sft in Aug beating Azano (9-4) by 2 1/4l, 3 ran 1m 27.59s. TOMFRE 33-1 (9-10, Rob Hornby) Led far side, headed over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, 9th of 28, 11l behind Highfield Princess (8-11) at Royal Ascot 7f hcp 105 (2) gf in Jun 1m 25.96s. ACE AUSSIE 11-4 (9-3, S Foley) Soon prominent, progress in 3nd after 2f, under pressure and dropped to 3rd 2f out where edged left, lost place and ridden over 1f out, edged right and weakened under 1f out, 5th of 7, 6l behind Order Of Australia (9-13) at Curragh 7f Grp 2 (1) gd in Jul 1m 27.28s. ALBASHEER 5-4fav (9-3, Jim Crowley) Close up in 3rd, switched left 3f out, joined leaders over 2f out, ridden to lead entering final furlong, carried head awkwardly and headed close home, 2nd of 3, hd behind Jumby (9-7) at Salisbury 6f cond Stakes (3) gd in Aug 1m 14.30s. BARADAR 2-1 (8-12, Rossa Ryan) Tracked leaders, pushed along over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, weakened final furlong, last of 4, 10l behind Mutasaabeq (8-12) at Haydock 7f cond Stakes (3) gd in Jul 1m 25.56s. FUNDAMENTAL 10-1 (8-10, L Dettori) Held up behind leaders, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 7th of 8, 9l behind Kinross (9-3) at Goodwood 7f Grp 2 (1) sft in Jul 1m 31.02s. SNASH 8-1 (9-0, P J McDonald) Pulled hard and prominent until outpaced and lost place 2f out, ridden rallied near side of group and strong run inside final furlong, led towards finish, won going away, won at Newcastle 6f cond stks (3) in Feb beating Zamaani (9-0) by 3/4l, 5 ran 1m 13.35s. WONDER ELMOSSMAN 4-1 (9-2, J F Egan) Chased leaders, prominent well over 2f out, ridden under 2f out, pressed leader well over 1f out, kept on, always held, 2nd of 8, 1l behind Alhezabr (9-2) at Chepstow 1m nov mdn stks (5) gs 1m 37.57s. SILENT ESCAPE 11-8fav (9-13, Oisin Murphy) Tracked leader, led 2f out, clear and edged left inside final furlong, ran on well, readily, won at Sandown 7f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Aug beating Ibiza Rocks (9-1) by 3 1/2l, 8 ran 1m 30.66s. WITH THANKS 4-1 (9-0, Tom Marquand) In touch, pushed along over 1f out, weakened final furlong, 7th of 8, 9l behind Highfield Princess (9-0) at Chelmsford City 7f fll lst stks (1) pol in Jul 1m 22.69s. 4.05 DUBAI DUTY FREE HANDICAP (2) Winner £10,800 (12 run) 1m 4f 1 (3) 17-250 On To Victory (27) A King 7 10-0 (D 2 )................. A Kirby 102 2 (2) 2-3621 Calling The Wind (49) R Hughes 5 9-12 (D).P Dobbs 100 3 (8) 18-100 Favorite Moon (91) (T) W Haggas 4 9-11 (D)................ ....................................................................................T Marquand 99 4 (7) 3-6583 Sextant (15) K Dalgleish 6 9-11 (CD).............B Garritty (3) 99 5 (5) -52212 Makram (42) R Charlton 4 9-9 (BF)............... James Doyle 97 6 (9) -23140 Nate The Great (133) A Balding 5 9-6..............J Bryan 94 7 (10)631265 Master The Stars (41) E Dunlop 4 9-3.M Crehan (3) 91 8 (12) 3-3533 Labeebb (56) (T) S & E Crisford 4 9-0 (D)..............W Buick 88 9 (1) 113234 Galahad Threepwood (132) M Channon ............. ......................................................................4 8-12 (D 2 ) R Hornby 86 10 (4) 1-40 Twisted Reality (92) R Beckett 3 8-11........O Murphy 92 11 (11) 1-2188 Surrey Gold (27) H Morrison 3 8-5 (C)......David Egan 86 12 (6) -73223 Star Caliber (41) (H * ) A Balding 3 8-5 (BF)....D Probert 86 BETTING: 5 Makram, 11-2 Star Caliber, 6 Labeebb, 7 Twisted Reality, 8 Calling The Wind, 10 Surrey Gold, On To Victory, Nate The Great, Favorite Moon, 14 Others. 2020: HUMANITARIAN 4 9 12, James Doyle 7-2 JtFav (J & T Gosden), drawn (5), 8 ran. ON TO VICTORY 66-1 (8-13, Tom Marquand) Mid-division, ridden and one pace well over 3f out, 13th of 20, 19l behind Sonnyboyliston (9-8) at York 1m 6f hcp (4yo+) (2) gd in Aug 3m 13.74s. CALLING THE WIND 8-1 (8-13, P J Dobbs) Never far away in 6th, headway over 2f out, challenged on bit 2f out, led entering final furlong, ridden and jinked left briefly inside final 150 yards, stayed on strongly, won at Goodwood 2m 5f hcp 105 (2) gd in Jul beating Withhold (9-10) by 1 3/4l, 20 ran 4m 39.40s. FAVORITE MOON 16-1 (9-8, K McEvoy) Towards rear, pushed along over 2f out, never near leaders, 10th of 14, 10l behind Quickthorn (9-3) at Royal Ascot 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) hvy in Jun 2m 31.60s. SEXTANT 8-1 (9-8, Billy Garritty) Held up, ridden 3f out, stayed on final furlong but never getting to first two, 3rd of 4, 2 3/4l behind Without A Fight (10-0) at Haydock 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf 2m 29.47s. MAKRAM 11-10fav (9-6, James Doyle) Tracked leaders, dropped to 4th 11f out, headway over 3f out, ridden to press winner from 2f out, every chance until towards finish, 2nd of 4, nk behind Volcanic Sky (9-10) at Newmarket 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gd in Aug 2m 32.21s. NATE THE GREAT 10-1 (9-2, David Probert) Close up, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 10th of 16, 7l behind Falcon Eight (9-10) at Chester 2m 3f hcp (2) gs in May 4m 07.11s. MASTER THE STARS 18-1 (9-5, Hayley Turner) Wore hood to post, raced keenly disputing 2nd until pushed along inside final 3f, chased leaders, losing place when slightly hampered 2f out, switched right and rallied on inside, kept on late, 5th of 10, 9l behind Graphite (9-5) at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 0-95 (3) gs in Aug 2m 35.73s. LABEEBB 9-2 (9-1, W Buick) Raced wide early, tracked leader, pushed along to lead 2f out, ridden over 1f out, headed entering final furlong, stayed on same pace in 3rd, 3rd of 10, 2 1/2l behind Alfred Boucher (9-1) at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf in Jul 2m 31.65s. GALAHAD THREEPWOOD 9-2 (9-12, W Buick) Raced in 4th, went 2nd over 3f out, soon ridden and kept on same pace, dropped to 4th final furlong, 4th of 9, 10l behind Inchicore (9-2) at Lingfield 1m 5f hcp 0-85 (4) sft in May 2m 59.01s. TWISTED REALITY 12-1 (9-0, Oisin Murphy) Inconvenienced and slowly away, always in rear, well beaten final 2f, last of 13, 17l behind Loving Dream (9-0) at Royal Ascot 1m 4f 3yo fll Grp 2 (1) gf in Jun 2m 14.60s. SURREY GOLD 12-1 (8-12, David Egan) Towards rear, pushed along to be prominent 3f out, ridden well over 2f out, weakened well over 1f out, 8th of 22, 13l behind Valley Forge (8-8) at York 1m 6f Heritage Handicap (0-105) (3yo) (2) gd in Aug 2m 56.50s. STAR CALIBER 10-3fav (9-9, James Doyle) Raced keenly, led, went clear 7f out, pushed along 3f out, reduced lead soon after, ridden and headed over 1f out, 3rd and one pace inside final furlong, 3rd of 8, 4l behind State Of Bliss (9-10) at Ascot 1m 4f 3yo hcp 0-95 (3) gs in Aug 2m 37.90s. GARRY OWEN PA 1:15 DARK SWANSONG Dark Swansong 1:45 SILK ROMANCE Silk Romance 2:20 NUANCE Altraif 2:55 WESTOVER Bolthole (nb) 3:30 D’BAI Albasheer 4:05 MAKRAM tWISted Reality 4:35 NEENEE’S CHOICE Neenee’s Choice 4.35 CROSSLAND EMPLOYMENT SOLICITORS HANDICAP (4) Winner £4,347 (10 run) 1m 2f 1 (7) 0-9860 Alternative Fact (50) A King 6 9-12 (D).....M Harley 85 2 (10) 10/00- San Pedro P Henderson 4 9-9......................Rossa Ryan 82 3 (4) 0-2111 Neenee’s Choice (15) A Balding 3 9-7 (C,D).O Murphy 85 4 (6) 2145-6 Casting Vote (15) Christian Williams 4 9-7 (D)... A Kirby 80 5 (5) 374-58 Kattani (108) (T) M Appleby 5 9-5.................. James Doyle 78 6 (3) 21-337 End Result (68) D Elsworth 4 9-4 (BF,CD)........D Probert 77 7 (9) -53124 Arthur’s Realm (28) E Dunlop 3 9-3......T Marquand 81 8 (2) 5-2238 Remedium (58) R Hannon 3 9-2......................... S M Levey 80 9 (8) -23312 Dartington (8) M Tregoning 4 9-0 (D)................W Buick 73 10 (1) 451617 Kentucky Kingdom (14) H Evans 5 8-13 (D 3 )............ .......................................................................................D Costello 72 BETTING: 13-8 Neenee’s Choice, 3 Dartington, 6 Arthur’s Realm, 8 End Result, 12 Remedium, 16 Kentucky Kingdom, Alternative Fact, 20 Kattani, 25 Others. 2020: PLEDGE OF HONOUR 4 9 2, Liam Keniry 13-2 (D Ivory), drawn (1), 12 ran. ALTERNATIVE FACT 50-1 (9-10, Jack Mitchell) Steadied and switched left start, raced keenly in rear, never involved, last of 12, 12l behind Roscioli (8-8) at Newcastle 1m 2f hcap (3) in Jul 2m 10.00s. SAN PEDRO 40-1 (8-7, Rachael Blackmore) Always towards rear, ridden and no extra 3f out, last of 18, 23l behind Saltonstall (9-0) at Galway 1m 1f hcp in Jul ‘20 4m 05.50s. NEENEE’S CHOICE 6-5fav (9-4, Oisin Murphy) Made all, set steady pace until quickened 3f out, soon edged left off rail, rolled back to rail again over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, stayed on well, unchallenged, won at Salisbury 1m 2f hcp 0-85 (4) gf beating Lady Reset (8-11) by 1 1/2l, 6 ran 2m 09.31s. CASTING VOTE 40-1 (9-12, Daniel Muscutt) Chased winner, ridden and lost 2nd inside final 2f, weakened over 1f out, last of 6, 11l behind Neenee’s Choice (9-4) at Salisbury 1m 2f hcp 0-85 (4) gf 2m 09.31s. KATTANI 16-1 (9-3, E J Walsh) Slowly into stride, held up in last pair, some headway out wide 3f out, weakened soon after, last of 8, 18l behind Croeso Cymraeg (9-0) at Leicester 1m 2f hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Jun 2m 05.33s. END RESULT 11-8fav (9-6, David Probert) Held up, ridden and headway 3f out, weakened 2f out, 7th of 9, 23l behind Tralee Hills (8-12) at Salisbury 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gs in Jul 2m 48.72s. ARTHUR’S REALM 4-1 (9-8, A Kirby) Held up in 6th, headway out wide over 2f out, ridden and hung badly right from inside final 2f, 4th and no real impression inside final furlong, 4th of 7, 2 1/2l behind Exceedingly Regal (9-2) at Kempton 1m 3yo hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Aug 1m 40.16s. REMEDIUM 12-1 (8-13, S M Levey) Tracked leaders, ridden and weakened inside final 2f, last of 8, 17l behind Just Fine (9-7) at Sandown 1m 2f 3yo hcp 0-90 (3) gf in Jul 2m 09.67s. DARTINGTON 3-1 (9-6, Andrea Atzeni) Prominent, ridden and headway 2f out, led briefly 1f out, headed inside final furlong, ran on, 2nd of 10, 3/4l behind Knowing (9-3) at Epsom Downs 1m 2f hcp 0-75 (5) gd 2m 09.37s. KENTUCKY KINGDOM 11-1 (10-0, D C Costello) Held up, outpaced and pushed along inside 3f, weakened, 7th of 9, 8l behind Tilsitt (9-12) at Newcastle 1m 2f hcp 0-75 (5) 2m 10.57s. Hot TRAINERs (Last 14 days) Charlie Longsdon 75% (2 wins and 1 places from 4 runners), Kevin Prendergast 75% (2/1/4), Susan Gardner 75% (1/2/4), Charlie Appleby 64% (14/7/33), Paul & Oliver Cole 58% (4/3/12), Roger Varian 58% (6/15/36), Philip Hobbs 57% (2/2/7), Emmet Mullins 56% (1/4/9), John & Thady Gosden 54% (14/8/41), Clive Cox 51% (9/9/35), Amy Murphy 50% (1/3/8), Chelsea Banham 50% (1/2/6), James Tate 50% (1/4/10), John Curran 50% (1/1/4), John Ryan 50% (1/2/6), Julie Camacho 50% (1/5/12). Hot JOCKEYs (Last 14 days) Sean Houlihan 80% (1 wins and 3 places from 5 runners), Shane O’Callaghan 60% (1/2/5), Rossa Ryan 56% (10/10/36), James Doyle 53% (10/8/34), Gavin Sheehan 50% (2/1/6), Harry Cobden 50% (3/0/6), O M McSweeney 50% (2/3/10), Paddy Harnett 50% (1/3/8). Punter The 6 Ayr Gold Cup Festival AYR Going: Good to firm 1.50: 1, GORAK (P Hanagan) 10-1; 2, Outbreak 2-7 Fav; 3, Oliver’s Army 12-1. 10 ran. 1¾l, 1¼l. (R Fahey). Tote: Win £10.50; Pl £2.40, £1.02, £2.50. Exacta: £20.20. Trifecta: £96.70. CSF: £13.88. NR: Echosmith, Million Thanks, Pretty Bouquet, Sun Hill. 2.25: 1, NORTHERN EXPRESS (P Mulrennan) 14-1; 2, Poet’s Magic 4-1 Fav; 3, Swiss Knight 25-1. 12 ran. nk, 2l. (M Dods). Tote: Win £14.90; Pl £4.30, £1.30, £6.40. Exacta: £101.70. Tricast: £1420.99. Trifecta: £2191.60. CSF: £64.75. NR: King’s Pavilion. 3.00: 1, VENTURA RASCAL (K Stott) 4-1; 2, Empirestateofmind 10-3 Fav; 3, Mi Capricho 11-1. 10 ran. hd, 2½l. (K Ryan). Tote: Win £5.90; Pl £1.70, £1.30, £2.80. Exacta: £19.50. Tricast: £137.36. Trifecta: £165.30. CSF: £17.49. 3.35: 1, INVINCIBLY (P Mulrennan) 12-1; 2, Tilsitt 10-1; 3, Mac Ailey 14-1. Also: 3-1 Fav Eligible. 10 ran. hd, ¾l. (K Burke). Tote: Win £12.20; Pl £3.70, £3.00, £3.80. Exacta: £113.80. Tricast: £1746.61. Trifecta: £1526.50. CSF: £125.26. 4.10: 1, BOLLIN MARGARET (D Allan) 3-1 Fav; 2, Alyara 7-2; 3, Ayr Empress 15-2. 8 ran. ns, ½l. (T Easterby). Tote: Win £3.70; Pl £1.40, £1.50, £2.60. Exacta: £14.00. Tricast: £70.75. Trifecta: £86.30. CSF: £13.82. 4.45: 1, CHICHESTER (C Rodriguez) 6-1; 2, Platinumcard 7-1; 3, Man Of The Night 11-2. Also: 3-1 Fav Fairmac. 12 ran. 6½l, ½l. (K Dalgleish). Tote: Win £6.50; Pl £2.60, £2.30, £2.60. Exacta: £42.00. Tricast: £245.39. Trifecta: £245.40. CSF: £44.19. NR: First Impression. 5.18: 1, THRILLA IN MANILA (B Robinson) 7-1; 2, Sound Of Iona 13-2; 3, Denzil’s Laughing 20-1. Also: 7-2 Fav Rory. 15 ran. ¾l, nk. (P Midgley). Tote: Win £6.50; Pl £3.00, £6.00, £1.80. Exacta: £46.40. Tricast: £904.26. Trifecta: £1155.20. CSF: £44.77. NR: Tanasoq. 5.50: 1, ECLIPSE DE LUNAR (D Allan) 2-1 Fav; 2, Euro Implosion 11-1; 3, Nakeeta 4-1. 13 ran. ¾l, 1¾l. (T Easterby). Tote: Win £2.90; Pl £1.30, £3.00, £1.70. Exacta: £27.30. Tricast: £86.43. Trifecta: £88.60. CSF: £25.85. NR: Art Of Diplomacy. Jackpot: Not won, pool of £1,857.15 carried over to Ayr. Placepot: £178.00. Quadpot: £62.70. CHELMSFORD CITY Going: Standard 4.50: 1, JAZZY PRINCESS (B McHugh) 5-1; 2, Lucky Man 3-1 Fav; 3, Mr Ginja Ninja 14-1. 10 ran. hd, 2½l. (R Cowell). Tote: Win £5.40; Pl £2.90, £1.80, £1.30. Exacta: £22.10. Tricast: £148.85. Trifecta: £213.70. CSF: £17.59. NR: Next Second, Sian Mist. Next Second| Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct 10p in the pound. 5.30: 1, HEATH RISE (C Shepherd) 2-1 Fav; 2, Suns Up Guns Up 9-4; 3, Murhib 9-1. 5 ran. 1l, 1l. (D M Simcock). Tote: Win £2.90; Pl £1.50, £1.20. Exacta: £3.40. Trifecta: £24.60. CSF: £6.75. NR: The Tide Turns. 6.00: 1, LA ROCA DEL FUEGO (T Heard) 11-4 JtFav; 2, Big Impact 3-1; 3, Brazen Belle 33-1. Also: 11-4 JtFav The Tron. 12 ran. 1¾l, 1¾l. (G Deacon). Tote: Win £2.30; Pl £1.10, £3.70, £3.30. Exacta: £27.40. Tricast: £225.68. Trifecta: £170.10. CSF: £10.48. NR: Maid Millie, Plastic Paddy. 6.30: 1, CHOCOYA (James Doyle) 11-8 Fav; 2, Top Breeze 16-1; 3, Huraiz 8-1. 6 ran. ¾l, ½l. (H Palmer). Tote: Win £4.60; Pl £2.00, £4.10. Exacta: £44.80. Trifecta: £348.80. CSF: £23.64. 7.00: 1, SUNRAY MAJOR (L Dettori) 4-6 Fav; 2, Lord Lovelace 9-4; 3, Great Hunter 12-1. 12 ran. 4l, 2¼l. (J & T Gosden). Tote: Win £15.70; Pl £4.10, £1.10, £1.40. Exacta: £48.10. Trifecta: £233.70. CSF: £2.62. NR: Il Pescatore. 7.30: 1, DAANY (Elisha Whittington) 40-1; 2, Boy George 7-2 JtFav; 3, Blairlogie 33-1. Also: 7-2 JtFav My Lady Claire. 14 ran. 5½l, 1l. (A West). Tote: Win £6.60; Pl £2.40, £1.10, £8.10. Exacta: £25.10. Tricast: £4943.78. Trifecta: £425.40. CSF: £181.69. NR: Disarming, Jack Bean. 8.00: 1, JENSON BENSON (K Shoemark) 15-2; 2, Puffin Island 11-4 Fav; 3, Aiguillette 9-2. 13 ran. nk, 1¾l. (S Lycett). Tote: Win £3.30; Pl £1.30, £2.90, £2.20. Exacta: £13.90. Tricast: £110.04. Trifecta: £75.40. CSF: £28.68. NR: Arlo’s Sunshine, The Mehmas Touch. 8.30: 1, MEISTERZINGER (C Bennett) 33-1; 2, Agent Of Fortune 10-3 Co- Fav; 3, Flower Of Thunder 10-3 CoFav. Also: 10-3 CoFav Headley George. 15 ran. 1¼l, hd. (M Usher). Tote: Win £7.30; Pl £1.70, £1.30, £2.50. Exacta: £22.20. Tricast: £495.18. Trifecta: £35.60. CSF: £140.77. Placepot: £33.40. Quadpot: £15.80. NAAS Going: Good-good to firm in places 1.25: 1, SABLONNE (S Foley) 9-4; 2, Karkiyna 4-1; 3, Starsong 50-1. 7 ran. 1l, 4l. (J Harrington). Tote: Win E1.50; Pl E1.10, E1.20. Exacta: E3.20. Trifecta: E65.50. CSF: E3.08. NR: Pirate Jenny. Pirate Jenny| Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct 50p in the pound. 2.00: 1, LEINSTER HOUSE (J A Heffernan) 4-1; 1, NERO TULIP (C T Keane) evens Fav; 3, Brown Eagle 3-1. 11 ran. Dht; 2½l. (A P O’Brien, G M Lyons). Tote: Win Leinster House E2.10, Nero Tulip E1.00; Pl Leinster House E1.60, Nero Tulip E1.10, Brown Eagle E1.60. Exacta: Leinster House, Nero Tulip E5.00, Nero Tulip, Leinster House E3.80. Trifecta: Leinster House, Nero Tulip, Brown Eagle E13.50, Nero Tulip, Leinster House, Brown Eagle E9.90. CSF: Leinster House, Nero Tulip E4.30, Nero Tulip, Leinster House E2.75. 2.35: 1, RED LACEWING (A J Slattery) 7-2; 2, New York City 4-1; 3, Neo Soul 15-2. Also: 9-4 Fav Siesta Beach. 10 ran. hd, 3½l. (J A Stack). Tote: Win E4.30; Pl E1.60, E2.10, E2.10. Exacta: E17.70. Trifecta: E116.00. CSF: E18.59. 3.10: 1, RHYTHM OF ZAIN (D McDonogh) 6-1; 2, Memory Motel 11-2; 3, Wild Eyed Girl 9-2 Fav. 13 ran. ns, ½l. (K Cotter). Tote: Win E8.80; Pl E2.60, E1.20, E2.10. Exacta: E49.20. Tricast: E171.72. Trifecta: E481.90. CSF: E38.09. 3.45: 1, BELLABEL (S T McCullagh) 4-1 JtFav; 2, Inchiquin Star 40-1; 3, Walking On Clouds 10-1; 4, Mumayaz 4-1 JtFav. 18 ran. 2½l, 1½l, 1¼l. (J Harrington). Tote: Win E4.60; Pl E9.10, E2.70, E1.50, E1.80. Exacta: E186.00. Tricast: E1522.92. Trifecta: E1114.80. CSF: E190.23. NR: Play By The Rules. 4.20: 1, EUROCRAT (S Foley) 2-1 Fav; 2, Corporal Violette 11-4; 3, Eastern Wind 40-1. 15 ran. nk, 1½l. (J Harrington). Tote: Win E2.80; Pl E1.60, E1.50, E13.00. Exacta: E13.40. Trifecta: E238.60. CSF: E7.28. NR: Waiere Falls. 4.55: 1, UNITED NATIONS (J A Heffernan) 11-2; 2, Paris Peacock 8-1; 3, Herring Island 10-3 Fav. 8 ran. 1¼l, ¾l. (A P O’Brien). Tote: Win E5.70; Pl E1.20, E2.30, E1.20. Exacta: E23.30. Trifecta: E52.80. CSF: E49.58. NR: Olympicus. Placepot: E8.10. PONTEFRACT Going: Good to firm 2.15: 1, ESKEN ROSE (T Eaves) 14-1; 2, Clarets Glory 85-40 Fav; 3, Purple Bling 5-2. 9 ran. 1l, 2½l. (K Ryan). Tote: Win £11.30; Pl £2.30, £1.20, £1.40. Exacta: £54.00. Trifecta: £291.00. CSF: £43.59. 2.50: 1, ACE ROTHSTEIN (D E Hogan) 15-8; 2, Liberation Point 11-8 Fav; 3, Big Kitten 10-1. 6 ran. 1¾l, 1½l. (M Bell). Tote: Win £2.70; Pl £1.50, £1.40. Exacta: £5.80. Trifecta: £26.70. CSF: £4.92. NR: Seasett. 3.25: 1, GALE FORCE MAYA (G Lee) 7-2; 2, Silent Flame 15-8 Fav; 3, Zim Baby 10-1. 6 ran. ½l, nk. (M Dods). Tote: Win £4.30; Pl £1.80, £1.40. Exacta: £11.10. Trifecta: £52.90. CSF: £10.33. NR: Ey Up It’s Maggie. 4.00: 1, FLINT HILL (G Lee) 3-1 Fav; 2, The Rutland Rebel 14-1; 3, Dynali 5-1. 11 ran. 1l, 1¼l. (Ruth Jefferson). Tote: Win £4.10; Pl £1.40, £4.80, £2.10. Exacta: £50.70. Tricast: £178.60. Trifecta: £274.80. CSF: £44.16. NR: Red Tornado, Soldier On Parade, Tynecastle Park, Warranty. Warranty| Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct 5p in the pound. 4.35: 1, ENFRANCHISE (F Norton) 9-1; 2, Baltic Coast 11-1; 3, Geminga 6-4 Fav. 7 ran. 1¼l, 1¾l. (M Johnston). Tote: Win £8.10; Pl £2.80, £3.60. Exacta: £55.30. Trifecta: £188.50. CSF: £83.68. NR: Abbey Heights, Halic, Madame Glitters. Madame Glitters| Rule 4 applies to All Bets, deduct 5p in the pound. 5.10: 1, PERFECT SWISS (P Dennis) 3-1; 2, Ghost Rider 7-2; 3, Tangled 9-4 Fav. 6 ran. ¾l, 1¼l. (T Easterby). Tote: Win £2.90; Pl £1.30, £2.10. Exacta: £8.40. Tricast: £24.32. Trifecta: £24.40. CSF: £13.19. NR: Barshaa, Coul Kat, Just Hiss, Ledham, Natchez Trace. 5.40: 1, MR ORANGE (O McSweeney) 3-1; 2, Singe Anglais 6-5 Fav; 3, Fossos 14-1. 8 ran. ½l, 1¾l. (P Midgley). Tote: Win £3.80; Pl £1.40, £1.10, £3.20. Exacta: £9.60. Tricast: £40.04. Trifecta: £60.90. CSF: £6.88. NR: Enderman, Ey Up Its Mick, Jems Bond. Placepot: £106.10. Quadpot: £53.00. YARMOUTH Going: Good-good to firm in places 1.30: 1, GLOBAL WISDOM (S De Sousa) 3-1; 2, Buoyant 6-4 Fav; 3, Zebelle 10-1. 8 ran. 1½l, 4¾l. (C Dwyer). Tote: Win £3.50; Pl £1.40, £1.20, £2.60. Exacta: £9.10. Tricast: £36.97. Trifecta: £48.90. CSF: £7.78. NR: Aristobulus, Wild Mountain. 2.05: 1, WAJD (W Buick) 13-8 Fav; 2, Mizzen You 14-1; 3, Love Trophy Power 4-1. 8 ran. 1l, hd. (Patrick Owens). Tote: Win £2.40; Pl £1.10, £2.90, £1.60. Exacta: £23.50. Trifecta: £99.80. CSF: £26.43. 2.40: 1, MIGHTY ULYSSES (R Havlin) 9-4; 2, Ingleton 6-5 Fav; 3, Cowboy 28-1. 8 ran. 3¼l, nk. (J & T Gosden). Tote: Win £3.40; Pl £1.50, £1.10, £3.30. Exacta: £6.60. Trifecta: £59.70. CSF: £5.30. 3.15: 1, PLEASANT MAN (A Kirby) 11-4; 2, Marshall Plan 10-3; 3, The Trader 6-1. Also: 9-4 Fav Prince Alex. 6 ran. hd, nk. (R Charlton). Tote: Win £3.30; Pl £1.90, £1.90. Exacta: £13.70. Tricast: £47.55. Trifecta: £42.00. CSF: £12.15. NR: Ispahan, Whitehaven. 3.50: 1, JASMINE JOY (W Buick) 5-2 Fav; 2, Trinity Girl 25-1; 3, Future 7-2. 8 ran. 2½l, ½l. (J Fanshawe). Tote: Win £3.10; Pl £1.10, £5.80, £1.50. Exacta: £56.00. Tricast: £218.16. Trifecta: £262.10. CSF: £64.07. NR: Summertime Romance, Topanticipation. 4.25: 1, FOREST FALCON (W Buick) 13-2; 2, Dubai Souq 7-1; 3, Pied Piper 10-3. Also: 11-10 Fav Mango Boy. 7 ran. 1½l, ¾l. (M Johnston). Tote: Win £6.60; Pl £3.20, £3.10. Exacta: £53.90. Tricast: £177.36. Trifecta: £193.70. CSF: £49.56. NR: The City’s Phantom, Titian. 5.00: 1, NATURAL PATH (T Marquand) 7-4 Fav; 2, Spirited Guest 18-1; 3, Liberated Lady 10-3. 7 ran. nk, 1¼l. (M Bell). Tote: Win £2.20; Pl £1.40, £5.50. Exacta: £32.50. Trifecta: £139.70. CSF: £35.08.

Kempton Racing TV. Newton Abbot Sky Sports Racing. 4.50 SHARON CORAL’S 60TH BIRTHDAY BASH NURSERY (6) (2-Y-O) Winner £2,322 (13 run) 7f 1 (10) 9691 Odisseo (11) M Botti 9-13(6ex) (D)..................S Cherchi (3) 58 2 (1) 560 Stargazer Lily (15) A Watson 9-7....................H Doyle 58 3 (8) 9537 Streak Jazz (37) R Brisland 9-6......................T Ladd (3) 57 4 (11) 0703 Beloved Of All (76) C Dunnett 9-3.............. E J Walsh 54 5 (13) 80073 Mythical Star (4) R Hughes 9-2 (BF)............. Doubtful 53 6 (5) 0588 Travers (3) (B * ,T) S P C Woods 9-2.................... D Keenan 53 7 (6) 8076 Hurry Up Hedley (11) (B) W Haggas 9-2......C Fallon 53 8 (7) 8866 Perceivable (8) (H) J Butler 8-11........................G Wood 48 9 (2) 4094 Mild Reflection (37) (P) J Portman 8-11..... Doubtful 48 10 (9) 889312 Thatsthefinest (4) (P) J Butler 8-10 (CD).....L Morris 47 11 (4) 064325 Twistaline (8) B Millman 8-10.......................... R Coakley 47 12 (3) 0907 Hen Harrier (17) (P * ) J Boyle 8-8.................Doubtful (3) 45 13 (12) 8809 Honeywell (18) R Harris 8-8.............................T Whelan 36 BETTING: 11-4 Odisseo, 7-2 Hurry Up Hedley, 9-2 Thatsthefinest, 8 Twistaline, Streak Jazz, Stargazer Lily, 14 Perceivable, Beloved Of All, 20 Others. 5.25 UNIBET CASINO DEPOSIT 10 GET 40 BONUS NOVICE STAKES (5) Winner £3,510 (11 run) 6f 1 (7) 897 Alafdhal (13) P McEntee 3 9-5............................L Morris 75 2 (10) 54 Blackthirtyone (25) A West 3 9-5..............J Haynes — 3 (2) 23-3 Shobiz (13) C Hills 3 9-5..................................... C Shepherd 79 4 (4) 622 Thaler (107) (T) Sir M Stoute 3 9-5 (BF)......... R Kingscote 82 5 (8) Are You Able P Evans 4 9-2..........................G Downing — 6 (6) 07/7-0 Winalotwithalittle (79) J R Jenkins 5 9-2............. ................................................................................. Jimmy Quinn 44 7 (3) Dark Side Diamond C Dwyer 3 9-0............................. .................................................................. T Hammer Hansen (3) — 8 (1) 7- Dream A Little (351) (T * ) E Walker 3 9-0..........H Doyle — 9 (11) 22 Frosted Angel (23) (P * ,T) Brian O’Rourke 3 9-0 (BF).. ...........................................................................................R Havlin — 10 (9) 9-7 Hope Springs (23) (H) J Boyle 3 9-0..............C Bennett — 11 (5) Tridevi J Fox 3 9-0...............................................S Hitchcott — BETTING: 11-8 Thaler, 9-4 Shobiz, 7-2 Frosted Angel, 12 Dream A Little, 14 Are You Able, 33 Alafdhal, Hope Springs, Blackthirtyone, 50 Others. 6.00 UNIBET NEW INSTANT ROULETTE HANDICAP (5) Winner £3,240 (11 run) 7f 1 (11) 4-2276 Blackcastle Storm (87) (B * ) R Hughes 4 9-11 (D). .......................................................................................... Doubtful 71 2 (1) 448075 Phuket Power (28) (V) T Dascombe 4 9-10 (CD)..W Carver (3) 70 3 (10) -55855 Emraan (41) (T,V) I Williams 5 9-10................. R Kingscote 70 4 (5) 124080 Al Suil Eile (37) S A Harris 5 9-9 (CD)..............S W Kelly 69 5 (8) 469327 Allerby (21) H Candy 3 9-7 (BF)............................G Wood 70 6 (7) 8363 Rajmeister (44) (H) Tom Clover 3 9-7...............J Mitchell 70 7 (9) 448751 Liger King (19) (T) W Knight 3 9-4 (D).......... C Shepherd 67 8 (2) 007934 Los Camachos (16) (B) J Gallagher 6 8-13 (C,D)........... .........................................................................Grace McEntee (5) 59 9 (6) 0-4455 Actaea (23) (H,T) H Main 3 8-13..............................C Fallon 62 10 (4) 5668-1 Capla Dream (122) J Tuite 3 8-13...... R Clutterbuck (5) 62 11 (3) 8-638 Crocus (18) E Walker 3 8-12....................................H Doyle 61 BETTING: 4 Liger King, 5 Capla Dream, 6 Rajmeister, 7 Allerby, Los Camachos, 8 Crocus, Phuket Power, 10 Actaea, Emraan, 25 Others. 2020: KODIELLEN 3 9 5, Luke Catton(7) 18-1 (R Hannon), drawn (5), 12 ran. PHUKET POWER 14-1 (9-4, Cieren Fallon) Went badly right start and awkwardly away, chased leader, pushed along and every chance 2f out, soon jinked left and lost 2nd, ridden and weakened inside final 2f, 5th of 9, 4l behind Mudlahhim (9-7) at Kempton 7f hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Aug 1m 26.06s. EMRAAN 18-1 (9-1, R Kingscote) Chased leaders, headway to challenge over 2f out, soon pushed along, no extra from over 1f out, 5th of 10, 5l behind Cold Stare (10-0) at Haydock 7f hcp 0-85 (4) sft in Aug 1m 32.80s. AL SUIL EILE 66-1 (8-13, P J McDonald) Dwelt, mid-division, pushed along well over 2f out, no headway and beaten well over 1f out, last of 10, 16l behind Sibaaq (9-5) at Beverley 7f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug 1m 31.67s. ALLERBY 3-1fav (9-2, David Probert) Tracked leader towards stand side, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 7th of 8, 7l behind Vanitas (9-7) at Newmarket 7f flls hcp 0-75 (5) gf in Aug 1m 25.78s. RAJMEISTER 11-1 (9-3, Jack Mitchell) Held up, ridden 2f out, headway over 1f out, ran on to grab third inside final furlong, 3rd of 7, 4l behind Motorious (9-7) at Kempton 7f 3yo hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Aug 1m 26.60s. LIGER KING 10-3fav (9-7, Marco Ghiani) Prominent, ridden 3f out, led 2f out, ran on well, won at Yarmouth 7f hcp 0-65 (6) gf in Aug beating Special Mayson (9-3) by 1/2l, 11 ran 1m 23.04s. LOS CAMACHOS 14-1 (8-10, Grace McEntee) Led, pushed along over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, weakened inside final 150 yards, 4th of 9, 2 3/4l behind Epsom Faithfull (9-6) at Lingfield 7f hcp 0-70 (5) pol 1m 24.30s. ACTAEA 28-1 (9-1, Jack Mitchell) Mid-division, headway on inside over 2f out, no impression final furlong, 5th of 9, 4l behind Solomons Judgement (8-13) at Kempton 1m 3yo hcp 0-70 (5) pol in Aug 1m 41.75s. CAPLA DREAM 14-1 (8-9, Oisin Murphy) Mid-division, not much room over 3f out, headway 2f out, not much room over 1f out, led inside final furlong, ridden out, won at Nottingham 6f fll hcp (5) sft in May beating Velocistar (8-11) by 3/4l, 11 ran 1m 18.61s. CROCUS 8-1 (9-5, Hollie Doyle) Dwelt, raced in rear, effort and some headway under 3f out, ridden under 2f out, one pace, 8th of 13, 8l behind Iconic Knight (9-2) at Chepstow 7f hcp 0-65 (6) fm in Aug 1m 20.40s. 6.30 UNIBET/BREEDERS BACKING RACING EBF NOVICE STAKES (5) Winner £4,050 (10 run) 1m 3f 219yds 1 (8) 3-1 Restitution (143) A King 3 9-9...........................C Fallon — 2 (9) Thebannerkingrebel (T) J Snowden 8 9-9....C Shepherd — 3 (10) 31 Beholding (16) J & T Gosden 3 9-4 (D)..............R Havlin — 4 (1) Cu Chulainn (T * ) B Meehan 3 9-2.......................L Morris — 5 (5) 96 Joy Coast (59) (T) I Mohammed 3 9-2...............L Steward — 6 (4) 2 King Capella (15) Sir M Stoute 3 9-2........ R Kingscote — 7 (6) 62 Scherbobalob (36) A Carroll 3 9-2..................H Doyle — 8 (7) 8 Lassie (62) (H) J-R Auvray 3 8-11........................Jane Elliott — 9 (3) 67 Salonniere (22) Matt Crawley 3 8-11.. R Clutterbuck (5) — 10 (2) 9 Undomiel (21) P Webber 3 8-11......................W Carver (3) — BETTING: 11-10 Beholding, 9-4 King Capella, 5 Restitution, 10 Thebannerkingrebel, Cu Chulainn, 20 Scherbobalob, 100 Joy Coast, 200 Lassie, Salonniere, Undomiel. 2020: MOVING LIGHT 3 9 9, Callum Shepherd 4-11 Fav (S bin Suroor), drawn (1), 6 ran. 7.00 UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY HANDICAP (4) Winner £5,400 (8 run) 1m 7f 218yds 1 (3) 1/4124 Cochise (92) Miss S West 5 10-0..........................T Whelan 75 2 (4) /097-6 Darksideoftarnside (28) (P) N Mulholland 7 9-9..R Havlin 70 3 (8) 16/8-1 Olympic Honour (22) E Williams 5 9-6 (D)..S W Kelly 67 4 (2) 51-356 Good Soul (22) H Palmer 3 9-1...........................C Fallon 72 5 (7) -11123 Yagan (16) Sir M Prescott 3 8-9.................................L Morris 66 6 (1) 534441 Evaluation (27) (T) Sir M Stoute 3 8-8 (D).. R Kingscote 65 7 (6) 548323 Dreambird (15) R Charlton 3 8-8..........................H Doyle 65 8 (5) 537323 Artemis Sky (16) M Tregoning 3 8-6................C Bennett 63 BETTING: 3 Olympic Honour, 10-3 Yagan, Evaluation, 8 Good Soul, Dreambird, Cochise, 10 Artemis Sky, 33 Darksideoftarnside. 2020: MARLBOROUGH SOUNDS 5 10 0, Callum Shepherd 8-1 (A Murphy) (3), 9 ran. 1.53 STEVE CHAPMAN MEMORIAL NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) (4) Winner £4,084 (4 run) 2m 5f 122yds 1 U-3211 Every Breakin Wave (29) (T) Claire Hitch 11 11-12 (CD) ........................................................................................ B Godfrey (5) 125 2 1-1213 Diligent (12) (H) N Hawke 8 10-12 (BF,C).......... K Buckley (7) 117 3 945 Oscars Reign (61) Alexandra Dunn 4 10-9.....N Scholfield — 4 0/76- Southfield Lily (148) (B,H) M Bradstock 5 10-5........... ........................................................................................ J J Burke — BETTING: 8-11 Every Breakin Wave, 11-8 Diligent, 20 Oscars Reign, 25 Southfield Lily. 2020: NOBLE BEHEST 6 10 12, Robbie Dunne 3-1 (I Williams), 8 ran. EVERY BREAKIN WAVE 4-1 (11-1, Ben Godfrey) Made all, stepped at 3 out, ridden home turn, stayed on gamely, unchallenged, won at Stratford 2m 6f nh nov hdl (3) gd in Aug beating Van Meegeren (11-0) by 1/2l, 4 ran 5m 35.40s. DILIGENT 5-4fav (11-0, Kieren Buckley) Led until 2nd, chased winner until 3 out, weakened after, last of 3, 17l behind Oscar Rose (11-4) at Perth 2m 4f hcap ch (2) gd 4m 47.10s. OSCARS REIGN 14-1 (10-10, Charlie Deutsch) Pressed leader, led 9f out, headed 2f out, weakened inside final furlong, 5th of 8, 19l behind Lady Excalibur (10-3) at Stratford 2m NH flat (4) gd in Jul 3m 57.40s. SOUTHFIELD LILY 100-1 (10-9, Thomas Bellamy) Held up on outside, keen early, closed after 2nd, not fluent 4th, soon lost place, remote 5th and no chance from 7th, 6th of 9, 39l behind Sopran Thor (11-2) at Warwick 2m 3f mdn hdl (4) gd in Apr 4m 31.40s. 2.28 MIKE MCHUGH MEMORIAL HANDICAP CHASE (4) Winner £3,594 (4 run) 3m 1f 170yds 1 4-7343 Fact Of The Matter (17) (B,T) J Snowden 11 12-0......... ............................................................................................G Sheehan 112 2 P7-P25 Black Anthem (24) (P,T) T Lacey 9 11-12 (C)......J J Burke 110 3 62-545 Cage Of Fear (32) Christian Williams 7 11-9....... J Tudor (3) 107 4 2P-212 Joey Steel (100) (P) Christian Williams 8 10-5 (BF)............... ..........................................................................................N Scholfield 89 BETTING: 11-8 Joey Steel, 5-2 Fact Of The Matter, 3 Black Anthem, 7 Cage Of Fear. 2020: ROYAL MAGIC 8 11 12, Jordan Nailor(5) 12-1 (S Thomas), 9 ran. FACT OF THE MATTER 9-2 (11-2, G Sheehan) Led, headed 4 out, kept on same pace soon after, 3rd of 5, 16l behind Delight Of Dubai (11-4) at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp chs 0-125 (3) gd in Aug 6m 30.97s. BLACK ANTHEM 17-2 (11-10, K Brogan) Raced keenly, tracked leader, led 3rd until 3 out, weakened next, last of 5, 27l behind Damut I’m Out (11-0) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 7f cond hcp hdl 0-1115 (4) gd in Aug 5m 57.05s. CAGE OF FEAR 12-1 (11-4, Jack Tudor) Prominent, pressed leader 13th, hit 4 out, ridden and weakened 3 out, 5th of 7, well behind Wishfull Dreaming (11-4) at Bangor-on-Dee 3m hcp chs 0-115 (4) gd in Aug 6m 00.96s. JOEY STEEL 3-1fav (11-0, Nick Scholfield) Held up in rear, headway and tracked leader 2 out, pushed along and made challenge last, slightly short of room and switched out from far rail run-in, no match for winner closing stages, 2nd of 8, 5l behind Ballintara (10-10) at Fontwell 3m 2f hcp chs 0-105 (5) gf in Jun 6m 30.70s. 3.03 DEVONDALE ELECTRICAL 40TH ANNIVERSARY MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE (4) Winner £4,084 (8 run) 2m 167yds 1 65-441 She’s A Novelty (24) (T) F O’Brien 6 11-5 (D)....L Harrison (5) 103 2 92370- Amelia’s Dance (198) (H) R Walford 6 10-12..S Sheppard 94 3 7-2232 Ginger Du Val (24) (H,T) M Rowley 5 10-12..Mr B Bromley (7) 96 4 13- Little Jessture (T * ) Ben Clarke 5 10-12 (CD).............. ...................................................................................... B R Jones — 5 7-55P4 Roque Angel (24) (H) M Rowley 5 10-12.....A Edwards (3) 75 6 Gaelic Belle Chris Honour 4 10-10.....................D Noonan — 7 6 Ince (24) F O’Brien 4 10-10...........................................P Brennan — 8 90 Saxon Queen (16) P Bowen 4 10-10...................... J Bowen — BETTING: 11-10 She’s A Novelty, 3 Ginger Du Val, 6 Amelia’s Dance, 7 Little Jessture, 10 Ince, 25 Roque Angel, 50 Gaelic Belle, Saxon Queen. 2020: OPERATIC EXPORT 4 11 4, Charlie Hammond(3) 2-1 (Dr R Newland), 13 ran. SHE’S A NOVELTY 2-1fav (10-9, Liam Harrison) Chased leaders, led going well 2 out, 3 lengths ahead last, easily, won at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug beating Ginger Du Val (10-7) by 6l, 12 ran 4m 03.66s. AMELIA’S DANCE 7-2 (11-8, D A Jacob) Led until pushed along and headed before 2 out, soon lost 2nd, mistake 2 out, soon weakened weakened, 11th of 15, 36l behind Peltwell (10-1) at Wincanton 1m 7f (5) gs in Mar 3m 52.00s. GINGER DU VAL 3-1 (10-7, Mr Ben Bromley) Chased leader, led 4 out until 2 out, stayed on same pace no chance with winner, 2nd of 12, 6l behind She’s A Novelty (10-9) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug 4m 03.66s. LITTLE JESSTURE 10-1 (10-12, Ryan Tate) Held up in rear, went 4th over 4f out, no impression, went 3rd final strides, 3rd of 6, 14l behind Long Stay (10-12) at Newton Abbot 2m 1f NH flat (5) gd in Sep ‘20 3m 39.11s. ROQUE ANGEL 80-1 (10-11, Alex Edwards) Towards rear, plugged on from 2 out, never any chance, 4th of 12, 35l behind She’s A Novelty (10-9) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug 4m 03.66s. GAELIC BELLE 80-1 (8-12, S M Levey) Slowly into stride, always behind, tailed off, last of 11, well behind Coltrane (9-3) at Chepstow 1m 4f mdn stks (5) gf in Jul ‘20 (flat) 2m 33.53s. INCE 18-1 (10-11, P J Brennan) Held up towards rear, headway chasing leaders 4 out, pushed along and weakening when awkward 2 out, 6th of 12, 38l behind She’s A Novelty (10-9) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug 4m 03.66s. SAXON QUEEN 125-1 (10-9, S Bowen) Always towards rear, 10th of 12, well behind London Eye (11-4) at Worcester 2m mdn hdl (5) gd 3m 52.70s. 3.38 NEWTONABBOTRACING.COM HANDICAP HURDLE (5) Winner £2,723 (12 run) 2m 167yds 1 142-34 Flamenco De Kerser (120) (H) Mrs R Ford 6 12-0...... ..........................................................................................R McLernon 107 2 B17/4- Borak (147) (P,T) D Faulkner 9 11-12.....................N Scholfield 105 3 4-PP6P Percy (24) (B * ) M Sheppard 7 11-10.........................S Sheppard 103 4 -25240 Blazing Saddles (32) (P * ,T) J Scott 6 11-9..... M Griffiths 102 5 P-6112 Easkey Lad (61) (P) D Burchell 6 11-3.................. B R Jones 96 6 03430- Just No Risk (149) S Thomas 5 11-2........S Twiston-Davies 95 7 352-87 Good Bye (123) (B) A Jones 6 11-0.......................Doubtful (3) 93 8 9-2516 Alramz (65) Mrs S Gardner 5 10-10 (C).............Lucy Gardner 89 9 86531- Thinque Tank (197) (T) C Longsdon 5 10-7.Paul O’Brien (3) 86 10 4P50-1 Sergeant (17) (P) M Harris 4 10-3 (CD).......... M Bastyan (3) 84 11 -75D89 Invincible Wish (32) S-J Davies 9 10-0........W T Kennedy 79 12 P9-753 Balzac (4) Sheila Lewis 4 10-0.....................Sean Houlihan (3) 79 BETTING: 9-4 Sergeant, 11-2 Easkey Lad, 6 Thinque Tank, 8 Balzac, 10 Flamenco De Kerser, Alramz, 12 Borak, Just No Risk, 14 Others. 2020: PLENTY OF BUTTY 7 10 0, Brendan Powell 11-2 (M Scudamore), 16 ran. FLAMENCO DE KERSER 16-1 (11-0, R P McLernon) Held up in last, took keen hold, headway when not much room last, went 4th flat, never dangerous, 4th of 5, 2 1/4l behind Timberman (11-7) at Market Rasen 2m 1f nh nov hdl (4) gd in May 4m 22.90s. BORAK 40-1 (11-8, Robert Williams) Held up towards rear, steady headway before 3 out, plugged on in modest 4th, 4th of 10, 24l behind Nikki Steel (11-7) at Chepstow 2m hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gd in Apr 3m 57.50s. PERCY, did not finish, 40-1 (11-12, Stan Sheppard) Close up, hard ridden before 5th, tailed off before 6th, pulled up, in a race won by Pencreek (11-10) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gd in Aug, 13 ran 4m 05.89s. BLAZING SADDLES 20-1 (11-11, Matt Griffiths) Midfield, ridden and lost place 8th, well beaten when not fluent 3 out, no extra, 11th of 13, 40l behind Richie Valentine (9-9) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f nov hcp chs 0-105 (5) gd in Aug 4m 11.95s. EASKEY LAD 6-1 (11-4, Ben Jones) Held up towards rear, headway chasing leaders before 2 out, awkward last, stayed on into 2nd last strides, not pace of winner, 2nd of 12, 1 1/4l behind Youvebrokenmydream (10-1) at Newton Abbot 2m 1f nov hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gf in Jul 3m 55.95s. JUST NO RISK 10-3 (11-9, J Nailor) Led until before 2 out, soon weakened, 10th of 13, 44l behind Numero Uno (10-4) at Taunton 2m hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gf in Apr 4m 02.30s. GOOD BYE 28-1 (11-1, Patrick Cowley) In rear, not fluent 1st, ridden and well beaten from 4 out, 7th of 10, 46l behind Beau Haze (10-8) at Ffos Las 2m 4f nov hcp hdl 0-105 (5) gs in May 5m 03.90s. ALRAMZ 4-1 (11-2, Lucy Gardner) Chased leader, awkward 2nd, ridden 3 out, 3rd and weakening when mistake last, 6th of 10, 29l behind Fox’s Socks (10-6) at Uttoxeter 2m 4f nov hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Jul 5m 00.10s. THINQUE TANK 4-1fav (9-13, Tom Buckley) Held up in midfield, pushed along briefly after 4th, headway on outside 5th, ridden to chase leaders approaching 3 out, close up 2 out, led before last, stayed on strongly flat, held on well, won at Ludlow 2m hcp hdl 0-105 (5) sft in Mar beating Minnie Escape (11-8) by nk, 17 ran 4m 02.14s. SERGEANT 5-1 (9-11, Mitchell Bastyan) Chased leaders, smooth headway going easily 3 out, led before 2 out, two lengths clear last, kept on run-in, won going away, won at Newton Abbot 2m 1f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Aug beating Gerard Mentor (10-11) by 2l, 14 ran 3m 57.67s. INVINCIBLE WISH 40-1 (10-0, W T Kennedy) Led, headed 6th, ridden and lost place after 4 out, well beaten before 2 out, 9th of 13, 29l behind Richie Valentine (9-9) at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f nov hcp chs 0-105 (5) gd in Aug 4m 11.95s. BALZAC 25-1 (10-13, Sean Houlihan) Prominent early, chased leaders, outpaced when not fluent 2 out, weakened last, 3rd of 13, 22l behind Luttrell Lad (11-4) at Worcester 2m mdn hdl (4) gd 3m 46.20s. COCHISE 6-1 (9-2, S M Levey) Went to post early, led, pushed along and quickened 3f out, ridden and headed entering final furlong, no chance with winner, dropped to 4th close home, 4th of 6, 7l behind Prince Imperial (9-9) at Chelmsford City 2m hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Jun 3m 23.50s. DARKSIDEOFTARNSIDE 40-1 (10-0, S Bowen) Tracked leaders, pushed along over 3f out, soon lost place, last of 6, 22l behind Spirit Mixer (9-1) at Salisbury 1m 6f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug 3m 27.78s. OLYMPIC HONOUR 6-1 (8-13, Miss Eleanor Williams) Prominent on outside, lost place 13f out, headway 7f out, led over 3f out, stayed on well, pushed out, won at Ffos Las 2m ladys hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug beating Clearance (10-5) by 3/4l, 7 ran 3m 38.51s. GOOD SOUL 7-2 (9-7, James Doyle) Dwelt in touch, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and weakened approaching final furlong, 6th of 7, 10l behind The Vegas Raider (8-11) at Chelmsford City 1m 6f hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Aug 3m 00.21s. YAGAN 5-2 (8-10, L Morris) Raced keenly tracking leader, led after 2f out, driven over 1f out, soon edged left, headed final 150 yards, lost 2nd final 110 yards, no extra in 3rd, 3rd of 5, 1 3/4l behind Arabescato (10-0) at Lingfield 2m hcp 0-75 (5) pol 3m 24.15s. EVALUATION 3-1 (8-10, S W Kelly) Chased leader, ridden and wanting to duck in left behind leader over 1f out, closed inside final 150 yards, stayed on, led towards finish, won at Lingfield 2m hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Aug beating Maketh Believeth (9-7) by 1/2l, 3 ran 3m 27.07s. DREAMBIRD 11-1 (9-0, Thomas Greatrex) Mid-division early, raced in 5th after 4f, closer over 4f out, headway when short of room 2f out, kept on steadily final furlong, 3rd of 7, 9l behind The Vegas Raider (9-9) at Chelmsford City 2m hcp (0-65) (6) pol 3m 25.66s. ARTEMIS SKY 9-2 (9-7, Charlie Bennett) Tracked leader, shaken up well over 3f out, ridden well over 2f out, stayed on one pace, 3rd of 6, 5l behind Hashtagmetoo (9-13) at Bath 1m 5f hcp 0-65 (6) fm 2m 51.84s. 7.30 TRY OUR NEW RUNNER BOOST AT UNIBET HANDICAP (6) Winner £2,322 (14 run) 1m 2f 219yds 1 (7) 57-247 Flat To The Max (24) (P,T) S Hodgson 6 9-12.R Havlin 65 2 (5) -20754 Eaglesglen (36) (B,T) Tom Clover 4 9-11........J Mitchell 64 3 (13) 71700/ Isosceles (P,T) J Flint 5 9-10..............................W Cox (3) 63 4 (8) 810415 Like Sugar (107) K P De Foy 4 9-8 (BF,C)...... D Muscutt 61 5 (1) 0787 Almufeed (35) S Curran 4 9-7............Grace McEntee (5) 60 6 (6) 3102-8 Busted Ice (30) S Dow 6 9-7........................... J Duern (3) 60 7 (3) 67-6 Rumi (212) R Charlton 3 9-6.......................................T Whelan 65 8 (11) 63-366 Promises (16) (P * ) Suzi Best 4 9-6.........................L Morris 59 9 (10) 74-062 Pride Of Nepal (32) J Scott 3 9-5.............. C Shepherd 64 10 (4) -08253 Ruskin Red (40) D Coakley 4 9-4.........................C Fallon 57 11 (12) 44056 Morani Kali (48) Martin Smith 3 9-4...... Georgia Lea (7) 63 12 (2) -89144 Hy Eales (38) J Spearing 4 9-3............................S W Kelly 56 13 (9) 577562 Savitar (23) L Carter 6 9-0.....................................J Haynes 53 14 (14) -36508 Lhebayeb (30) V Dartnall 3 8-10............ C Hutchinson (5) 55 BETTING: 9-2 Ruskin Red, 6 Like Sugar, 13-2 Pride Of Nepal, 7 Eaglesglen, Savitar, 8 Rumi, Flat To The Max, 12 Hy Eales, Busted Ice, 20 Others. 2020: No corresponding race. FLAT TO THE MAX 6-1 (10-0, William Carver) In rear, ridden over 2f out, not trouble leaders, last of 7, 7l behind Embolden (9-9) at Salisbury 1m 6f hcp 0-65 (6) gd in Aug 3m 07.18s. EAGLESGLEN 16-1 (9-10, Dane O’Neill) Raced wide close up, ridden over 1f out, kept on same pace, 4th of 8, 4l behind Kentucky Kingdom (9-9) at Chelmsford City 1m 2f hcp 0-70 (5) pol in Aug 2m 04.95s. ISOSCELES 50-1 (10-0, C Brace) Always towards rear, pushed along and detached approaching straight, weakened, tailed off, 16th of 17, 34l behind Imposing Supreme (9-12) at Galway 1m 3yo hcp 50-70 gd in Aug ‘19 3m 55.32s. LIKE SUGAR 5-2fav (9-3, Stefano Cherchi) Pushed along to lead and raced keenly, pushed along and narrowly headed over 2f out, soon hung left, lost 2nd 2f out, chased leaders, weakened final furlong, 5th of 7, 5l behind Puckle (9-7) at Nottingham 1m 2f hcp 0-60 (6) gf in Jun 2m 09.35s. ALMUFEED 22-1 (9-9, Kieran Schofield) Raced keenly mid-division, headway well over 3f out, ridden and gradually weakened 2f out, 7th of 9, 9l behind New Heights (9-2) at Newbury 1m 2f all hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug 2m 10.69s. BUSTED ICE 50-1 (8-6, Jack Duern) In rear, wide and headway over 3f out, weakened over 2f out, last of 8, 30l behind Colonel Faulkner (9-7) at Kempton 1m hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Aug 1m 40.11s. RUMI 18-1 (9-2, Thomas Greatrex) Keen towards rear, ridden and went wide on bend 2f out, one pace final furlong, 6th of 11, 13l behind Sea The Shells (9-5) at Wolverhampton 1m 1f (5) in Feb 2m 03.59s. PROMISES 28-1 (9-13, T E Whelan) Raced towards rear, ridden over 3f out, never on terms, last of 6, 12l behind Hashtagmetoo (9-13) at Bath 1m 5f hcp 0-65 (6) fm 2m 51.84s. PRIDE OF NEPAL 10-3 (9-7, James Doyle) Held up in 5th on inside, left in 4th place over 4f out, switched right soon after, headway out wide in 3rd 3f out, ridden and went 2nd over 1f out, soon edged left, no chance with winner, 2nd of 6, 2l behind Largo Bay (8-10) at Lingfield 1m 2f sel hcp 0-65 (6) pol in Aug 2m 03.96s. RUSKIN RED 5-1 (9-13, Miss H C Tucker) Mid-division, headway chasing leaders and kept centre in home straight, edged left to far side inside final 2f, edged back right final furlong, one pace in 3rd, 3rd of 11, 2l behind City Tour (11-3) at Windsor 1m 3f am hcp (0-70) (4yo+) (5) gs in Aug 2m 36.26s. MORANI KALI 80-1 (9-5, Rhiain Ingram) Led, headed inside final 2f, weakened quickly, last of 6, 22l behind Countessa (9-9) at Lingfield 1m 4f 3yo hcp 0-65 (6) sft in Jul 2m 37.78s. HY EALES 11-4 (8-8, Christian Howarth) Tracked leader, ridden well over 2f out, disputed lead 2f out, headed inside last, no extra close home, 4th of 11, 1 3/4l behind Don’t Joke (7-12) at Nottingham 1m 2f app hcp (6) gs in Aug 2m 11.96s. SAVITAR 11-1 (9-7, W Buick) Towards rear, headway 2f out, ridden and ran on final furlong, not reach winner, 2nd of 12, 1/2l behind Polar Ice (9-1) at Lingfield 1m 4f hcp 0-52 (6) pol in Aug 2m 31.82s. LHEBAYEB 33-1 (8-8, Callum Hutchinson) Raced wide towards rear, pushed along 3f out, never a factor, 8th of 13, 7l behind Vitalline (9-6) at Kempton 7f 3yo hcp 0-65 (6) pol in Aug 1m 26.67s. 8.00 RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP (DIV 1) (6) Winner £2,322 (14 run) 1m 1 (11) -77095 Kaloor (43) (T) C Banham 5 10-0 (D)..................J Haynes 67 2 (3) 36-967 Samphire Coast (15) (V) D Shaw 8 9-12 (CD)... D Keenan 65 3 (14)-66U40 Latent Heat (37) A Carroll 5 9-11 (D)...............L Steward 64 4 (1) 5-0715 Pride Of Hawridge (28) (P) B Millman 3 9-9 (D)....... ....................................................................................... R Coakley 66 5 (13) 0-8042 Publicist (23) (H) J Tate 3 9-8 (C).......................J Mitchell 65 6 (2) 064-6 Arizona Gold (31) P & O Cole 3 9-8.............M Tabti (7) 65 7 (5) 47-907 Proclaimer (14) J Camacho 4 9-7............. R Kingscote 60 8 (10) 7-79 Won Love (53) J Tuite 3 9-7....................................R Havlin 64 9 (12)333435 Uncle Dick (17) (P) E J-Houghton 3 9-6............C Bishop 63 10 (6) 425307 Carpentier (23) Sir M Prescott 3 9-5..................L Morris 62 11 (9) 582417 Shyjack (24) (V) C Dunnett 6 9-3 (CD)............... E J Walsh 56 12 (4) 967-10 Treble Clef (156) (B * ) L Carter 6 8-10 (CD)...... C Shepherd 49 13 (8) 554292 Pedestal (18) D Flood 7 8-8...................................H Doyle 47 14 (7) 753656 Starchant (21) J Bridger 5 8-7......................G Rooke (3) 43 BETTING: 7-2 Publicist, 5 Uncle Dick, 6 Pride Of Hawridge, Pedestal, 8 Proclaimer, 14 Shyjack, Samphire Coast, Treble Clef, Carpentier, 16 Others. 2020: UZINCSO 4 9 5, Adam Kirby 6-1 (J Butler), drawn (5), 14 ran. 8.30 RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP (DIV 2) (6) Winner £2,322 (13 run) 1m 1 (4) 332025 Dourado (16) (V) P Chamings 7 10-0 (C,D).........R Clutterbuck (5) 67 2 (2) 644333 Poet’s Eye (23) (P * ) K P De Foy 4 9-12 (BF).....S Osborne (5) 65 3 (7) 160977 Makambe (13) (P) C Banham 6 9-10 (CD)..........J Haynes 63 4 (13) 1-0446 Al Tarmaah (38) (P * ) L Carter 4 9-10................... L Jones 63 5 (3) 5489 Chifa (30) E De Giles 4 9-8.......................................T Whelan 61 6 (5) 4658 Titaneasy (17) J Bridger 6 9-7.........................G Rooke (3) 60 7 (1) 4-5989 Appreciate (17) Tom Clover 3 9-7.....................J Mitchell 64 8 (6) 985334 Northbound (21) J Camacho 3 9-6................. Doubtful 63 9 (8) 225155 Mabo (22) (B) G Harris 6 9-5 (CD 2 )............................L Morris 58 10 (11) 680494 Catch My Breath (19) (P) J Ryan 5 9-4 (D 4 )..... D Keenan 57 11 (12) 49-684 Whatzupwithme (21) M Loughnane 3 9-3.....P Prince 60 12 (9) 716452 Mountain Ash (25) (P) B Millman 3 8-9 (D)........H Doyle 52 13 (10) 9050/5 Lady Gwhinnyvere (36) J Spearing 7 8-7.Jane Elliott 37 BETTING: 3 Poet’s Eye, 7-2 Mountain Ash, 6 Dourado, Mabo, 8 Whatzupwithme, 10 Al Tarmaah, 14 Chifa, Catch My Breath, 16 Others. 4.13 RACING PARTNERSHIP TRP CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP HURDLE (4) Winner £3,159 (6 run) 3m 2f 105yds 1 3-8561 Aye Aye Charlie (17) Christian Williams 9 12-1 (CD)......... ............................................................................................. J Tudor (3) 112 2 533211 Decoration Of War (9) M Young 6 12-0.......J Dixon (3) 104 3 7-3P22 Easyrun De Vassy (11) (P,T) P Nicholls 7 11-12 (D).......... ........................................................................................A Cheleda (6) 109 4 348-00 Kendelu (16) (P) N Hawke 6 10-12 (C)....................T Buckley 95 5 9098/3 Whatsthecraicjack (61) P Hobbs 8 10-5..................... ..................................................................................... Sean Houlihan 88 6 8U5-2 Valentino (77) (P) Miss J Du Plessis 6 10-0..... H Kimber (5) 75 BETTING: 6-5 Decoration Of War, 9-4 Aye Aye Charlie, 4 Easyrun De Vassy, 14 Valentino, 20 Whatsthecraicjack, Kendelu. 2020: SAMMYLOU 7 11 10, Lilly Pinchin(6) 10-3 (G McPherson), 8 ran. AYE AYE CHARLIE 6-1 (10-11, Jack Tudor) Made all, joined 4 out, ridden before 2 out, ten lengths clear last, kept on well, won at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp hdl 0-120 (4) gd in Aug beating Easyrun De Vassy (11-6) by 10l, 6 ran 6m 29.00s. DECORATION OF WAR 11-8fav (11-11, Charlie Hammond) Chased leaders, led 3 out, drew clear before last, canter, won at Uttoxeter 2m 7f nov hcp hdl 0-105 (5) gd beating Hillview (10-10) by 10l, 9 ran 5m 59.40s. EASYRUN DE VASSY 11-4 (9-7, Angus Cheleda) Tracked leader in 2nd early, led after 2nd, mistake and headed 4 out, outpaced by winner well over 2 out, kept on but held after last, 2nd of 4, 3 1/2l behind Ballyegan Hero (10-0) at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp hdl (2) gd 6m 43.16s. KENDELU 10-1 (11-6, Kieren Buckley) Held up towards rear on outside, 8th before 3 out, no impression, well beaten from 2 out, 10th of 14, 39l behind Uno Mas (10-4) at Uttoxeter 2m 7f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd 5m 48.50s. WHATSTHECRAICJACK 17-2 (10-5, Ben Jones) Raced keenly, chased leaders on inside, 3rd and outpaced before 2 out, 3rd of 5, 19l behind Presenting Yeats (10-0) at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gf in Jul 6m 28.20s. VALENTINO 28-1 (10-0, James Best) Pressed leader, led narrowly 3rd, ridden and headed narrowly after 3 out, still close up 2 out, stayed on under pressure from last, 2nd of 9, 1 1/4l behind Espinator (10-8) at Newton Abbot 2m 6f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Jul 5m 17.36s. 4.45 DEVONDALE ELECTRICAL 40TH ANNIVERSARY NOVICES’ CHASE (GBB RACE) (3) Winner £7,080 (4 run) 3m 1f 170yds 1 -21F21 Eglantine Du Seuil (17) (P,T) P Nicholls 7 11-5 (C)........ ..............................................................................................H Cobden 139 2 76-2F3 Arc Of Bubbles (27) (P,T) Mrs H Nelmes 6 11-2............... ....................................................................................Paul O’Brien (3) 84 3 31PP/6 Mister Robbo (26) D Faulkner 10 11-2............N Scholfield — 4 4PP- Sister Raphael (153) (P * ) J Flint 5 10-9................C Brace — BETTING: 1-20 Eglantine Du Seuil, 14 Arc Of Bubbles, 25 Sister Raphael, 33 Mister Robbo. 2020: SOLDIER OF LOVE 7 12 2, Harry Cobden 9-4 (P Nicholls), 6 ran. EGLANTINE DU SEUIL 1-1fav (11-8, H Cobden) Mid-division, ridden 3 out, headway and edged ahead 2 out, two lengths clear last, kept on run-in, won at Newton Abbot 2m 5f Novice Limited Handicap Chase (4yo+) (3) gd in Aug beating Ruthless Article (11-5) by 2 1/2l, 3 ran 5m 14.93s. ARC OF BUBBLES 9-1 (10-3, Paul O’Brien) Last pair, hit 11th (water), bit closer at 15th, plugged on in remote 4th, went 3rd towards finish, 3rd of 6, 11l behind Mister Tickle (11-6) at Newton Abbot 3m 2f nov hcp chs 0-110 (4) sft in Aug 6m 54.80s. MISTER ROBBO 80-1 (11-4, Nick Scholfield) Held up in 4th, outpaced before 3 out, soon weakened, tailed off, last of 6, well behind Not At Present (11-4) at Worcester 2m 7f mdn hdl (4) gd in Aug 5m 56.60s. SISTER RAPHAEL, did not finish, (11-1, Mr B T Stone) Pr, 3rd 1/2way, sl mstk 4out & drpd to 6th, sn rdn, detd when pu bef 2out, in a race won by Trickalight (11-11) at Fairyhouse 3m ire ptp gd in Apr, 8 ran. 5.15 SKY SPORTS RACING ON SKY 415 OPEN NH FLAT RACE (GBB RACE) (5) Winner £1,906 (3 run) 2m 167yds 1 4/43 Bari Breeze (118) M Harris 6 11-0........................P Brennan — 2 1 Best Pal (145) S Drinkwater 4 10-12...........S Twiston-Davies — 3 3 Loup De Maulde (29) Christian Williams 4 10-12................ ............................................................................................. J Tudor (3) — BETTING: 11-10 Bari Breeze, 7-4 Loup De Maulde, 7-2 Best Pal. 2020: LADY JANE P 4 10 5, Paddy Brennan 7-2 (F O’Brien), 10 ran. BARI BREEZE 8-1 (11-4, Harry Skelton) Chased leader, led home turn, ridden over 1f out, headed approaching final furlong, lost 2nd final 100 yards, 3rd of 8, 2 1/2l behind Ultimate Fame (10-11) at Stratford 2m NH flat (5) gs in May 4m 03.10s. BEST PAL 2-1 (11-7, James King) Made all; clr 2f out; easy, won at Larkhill Point to Point 2m ptp gd in Apr beating Towtheline (11-5) by 8l, 5 ran 4m 03.00s. LOUP DE MAULDE 20-1 (10-8, Jack Tudor) Mid-division on inside, pushed along chasing leaders home turn, every chance inside final furlong, ran on but not pace of winner final 110 yards, 3rd of 13, 2 1/4l behind Scots Poet (11-0) at Stratford 2m NH flat (5) gd in Aug 4m 04.75s. GARRY owen pa GARRY owen pa 4:50 THATSTHEFINEST Odisseo 5:25 THALER Blackthirtyone 6:00 RAJMEISTER Rajmeister 6:30 BEHOLDING kING Capella 7:00 EVALUATION Evaluation 7:30 PRIDE OF NEPAL Flat To The Max 8:00 UNCLE DIck pUBLIcist 8:30 POET’S EYE pOET’s Eye 1:53 DILIGENT Every Breakin Wave 2:28 JOEY STEEL cAGE Of Fear 3:03 SHE’S A NOVELTY Little Jessture 3:38 SERGEANT Easkey Lad 4:13 EASYRUN DE VASSY Whatsthecraicjack 4:45 EGLANTINE DU SEUIL Eglantine Du Seuil 5:15 LOUP DE MAULDE Loup De Maulde Going: Standard to Slow. Course: Right-handed, all-weather Polytrack. There are two oval tracks; the outer is 1m2f, inner is 1m (1m2f & 5f races only). DRAW: No advantage. Top Trainer: John & Thady Gosden 94-360 (26.1%), Top Jockey: Luke Morris 84-897 (9.4%). Going: Good-Good to Firm in places. Course: Left-handed track of 1m 1f, with 7 easy fences to a circuit and a short run-in. Top Trainers: Paul Nicholls 49-166 (29.5%), Fergal O’Brien 23-85 (27.1%), Philip Hobbs 18-116 (15.5%), Peter Bowen 12-57 (21.1%), Jeremy Scott 11-75 (14.7%), Nigel Hawke 8-98 (8.2%), Jamie Snowden 8-50 (16.0%), Christian Williams 6-48 (12.5%), Susan Gardner 5-65 (7.7%), John Flint 5-29 (17.2%). Top Jockeys: Harry Cobden 32-158 (20.3%), Sam Twiston- Davies 25-108 (23.1%), Nick Scholfield 17-121 (14.0%), Paddy Brennan 16-67 (23.9%), James Bowen 11-72 (15.3%), Gavin Sheehan 10-68 (14.7%), David Noonan 10-128 (7.8%), Jonathan Burke 8-32 (25.0%), Sean Houlihan 7-87 (8.0%), Matt Griffiths 6-30 (20.0%). 1ST TIME BLINKERS: 3.38 Percy. CHEEKPIECES: 2.28 Black Anthem, Joey Steel, 3.38 Blazing Saddles*, Borak, Easkey Lad, Sergeant, 4.13 Easyrun De Vassy, Kendelu, Valentino, 4.45 Arc Of Bubbles, Eglantine Du Seuil, Sister Raphael*. TONGUE STRAPS: 1.53 Every Breakin Wave, 2.28 Black Anthem, Fact Of The Matter, 3.03 Ginger Du Val, Little Jessture*, She’s A Novelty, 3.38 Blazing Saddles, Borak, Thinque Tank, 4.13 Easyrun De Vassy, 4.45 Arc Of Bubbles, Eglantine Du Seuil. (*=1st time). 1ST RUN SINCE WIND OP: 3.38 Good Bye. 1ST TIME HOODS: None. LONGEST TRAVELLER: Saxon Queen (3.03) trained at Haverfordwest. Round trip of 422 miles. FAVOURITES: (2016-2021): 204 have won out of 570 races (35.8%). At the previous corresponding meetings, 2 have won out of 13 races (15.4%). Daily Record Friday, September 17, 20217

Punter The 8 Ayr Gold Cup Festival Downpatrick Racing TV. Dundalk Racing TV. 1.25 BILL MCILROY BOOKMAKER MAIDEN HURDLE Winner €6,000 (15 run) 2m 2f 165yds 1 2210-4 The Banger Doyle (43) (T) R K Watson 5 12-0............... ................................................................................ S O’Callaghan (7) — 2 4-3 Wild Shot (T) J McConnell 7 12-0 (BF)......... S FitzGerald (7) — 3 97 Bushtucker Trial (13) L Breen 4 11-12.........A W Short — 4 825-22 Easca Peasca (120) (T) B Hamilton 4 11-12......S O’Keeffe — 5 09 Eternal Prince (P * ) J J Lambe 4 11-7.. L A McKenna (7) — 6 55 Magnetic Zero (31) S Curling 4 11-7......... C M Quirke (7) — 7 07 Royal Finesse (14) L Young 6 11-6.........................R Treacy — 8 F- Serenity Grove (160) H De Bromhead 5 11-6.....D J O’Keeffe — 9 750- Skol (148) N Meade 5 11-6....................................S W Flanagan — 10 5222-3 The Greek (104) G Elliott 5 11-6 (BF)...................D N Russell — 11 357 Jj Nester (18) Robert Widger 4 11-0........................P Corbett — 12 Miss Daingerfield Paul Power 4 11-0........H Morgan (3) — 13 0- Whatcoloristhewind (143) G Elliott 4 11-0................. ........................................................................................J Gainford (5) — 14 85 Darraughs Diamond (14) (T) D M Christie 7 10-13...... ........................................................................................... S D Torrens — 15 09 Eannasareal (14) L P Cusack 6 10-13..........R Deegan (5) — 16 07 I’ll Ask The Uncle (18) James Andrew Fahey 5 11-6....... ..............................................................................................RESERVE — 17 Lonracha A McNamara 4 11-0................................RESERVE — 18 61- Ingenious Stroke (160) H De Bromhead 5 11-6.............. ..............................................................................................RESERVE — BETTING: 5-2 The Greek, 3 Easca Peasca, 7-2 Wild Shot, 6 The Banger Doyle, Skol, 13-2 Serenity Grove, 14 Whatcoloristhewind, 20 Darraughs Diamond, 25 Others. 2020: THE SHUNTER 7 11 6, Brian Hayes 5-2 (Emmet Mullins), 9 ran. 2.00 FRANCO HUGHES BOOKMAKER HANDICAP HURDLE (80-109) Winner €6,600 (12 run) 2m 2f 165yds 1 83P824 Knock On Steel (14) (P) B Jordan 8 12-0...R Deegan (5) 105 2 080-94 Building Bridges (18) Gary McGill 5 11-13....................... ..................................................................................... Mr O McGill (7) 104 3 4-5455 Decimal Day (21) (P * ,T) W Durkan 4 11-13................. C J Orr 106 4 U935 Odd Venture (13) (P) R K Watson 4 11-12.... D McGrath (7) 105 5 033-65 Saeer (T) G Elliott 4 11-11....................................... J W Kennedy 104 6 804-01 Massons Castle (96) D A McLoughlin 6 11-8 (C).............. ..............................................................................................A W Short 99 7 P0-465 So Near So Farhh C A McBratney 6 11-8......................... .................................................................................J P O’Sullivan (5) 99 8 960-81 Dazzling Darren (21) G Cromwell 4 11-7...C D Maxwell 100 9 23-571 Amlad (13) (P,T) A McNamara 7 11-5........................B J Cooper 96 10 -24668 Jazz Ranger James Andrew Fahey 9 11-5.S FitzGerald (7) 96 11 000- Ocean Legacy (151) D A McLoughlin 4 10-8........................ ...................................................................................P J O’Hanlon (7) 87 12 -79974 Back To Bataan (11) (B) Mervyn Torrens 9 10-4................. .............................................................................Jennifer Torrens (7) 81 BETTING: 3 Dazzling Darren, 7-2 Massons Castle, 5 Amlad, 8 Knock On Steel, 10 Decimal Day, Saeer, Building Bridges, 12 Odd Venture, Back To Bataan, 16 Others. 2020: LUSIS NATUREA 9 11 8, Rachael Blackmore 10-3 (Paul Traynor), 11 ran. KNOCK ON STEEL 14-1 (10-4, R Deegan) Led, ridden 2 out, headed before last, 4th at last, no extra, 4th of 11, 9l behind Exit Poll (11-13) at Kilbeggan 2m 3f hcap ch gd 4m 50.50s. BUILDING BRIDGES 25-1 (11-8, H Morgan) Held up towards rear, headway 4 out, 5th 2 out, ridden and no impression in moderate 3rd before last, no extra in 4th inside final furlong, kept on one pace, 4th of 15, 20l behind Favori Logique (11-5) at Downpatrick 2m 6f hcp hdl 80-109 gd in Aug 5m 21.50s. DECIMAL DAY 7-1 (11-4, J B Kane) Chased leaders and 4th halfway, not fluent 6th and again not fluent 4 out, took closer order from next, pushed along in 4th from 2 out, no impression and kept on same pace before last, 5th of 11, 13l behind Rich Belief (11-9) at Down Royal 2m 4f 4yo mdn hdl gd in Aug 5m 07.00s. ODD VENTURE 40-1 (11-5, Derek McGrath) Soon rear of mid-division, not fluent 5th, headway and effort from 3 out, no impression into straight, one pace, 5th of 12, 26l behind Barnacullia (11-2) at Wexford 2m 1f cond mdn hdle gd 3m 59.20s. SAEER 20-1 (10-10, D P McDonogh) Towards rear, 9th after 8th, no impression before 2 out, kept on run-in to moderate 5th, never nearer, 5th of 14, 20l behind Molly Wedger (10-7) at Tramore 2m 5f hcp hdl 80-109 in Jun 2m 48.08s. MASSONS CASTLE 11-1 (11-13, A W Short) Held up in touch in mid-division, 5th before 4th, went 3rd 2 out, ridden in close 3rd when not fluent and bumped last, soon challenged, led over 1f out, kept on well, eased close home, won at Downpatrick 2m 1f hcp hdl 80-95 gd in Jun beating Getgo (11-6) by 7l, 11 ran 4m 17.10s. SO NEAR SO FARHH 11-1 (10-6, C J MacRedmond) Held up in touch, 5th halfway, ridden 2 out, no impression in moderate 4th at last, no extra, kept on one pace, 5th of 8, 15l behind Mullaghmore Wave (10-8) at Downpatrick 2m 6f mrs hcp hdl in Aug 4m 09.29s. DAZZLING DARREN 9-2 (10-9, C D Maxwell) Chased leaders and 3rd halfway, pushed along from 3 out and soon ridden, went 2nd before next and challenged run-in, led inside final 150 yards and kept on well close home, won at Down Royal 2m 1f hcp hdl 80-109 gd in Aug beating Kitty Galore (11-0) by 3 1/2l, 13 ran 3m 59.30s. AMLAD 13-2 (11-10, B J Cooper) Mid-division early, 6th at 5th, effort between horses from before straight, gained narrow lead after 2 out, joined before last, soon led again and stayed on best, won at Wexford 2m 1f hcp hdl 80-95 gd beating Pretty Little Liar (11-6) by 1 3/4l, 13 ran 4m 01.50s. JAZZ RANGER 9-1 (11-5, Miss S Larkin) Towards rear, not fluent 2nd, 13th from halfway, pushed along from 4 out and no impression in 11th before 2 out, 8th of 15, 35l behind Mullins Cross (10-8) at Sligo 2m 1f hcp hdl 80-102 gd in Aug 3m 48.30s. OCEAN LEGACY 150-1 (10-4, P J O’Hanlon) Slight mistake 1st, mid-division, slight mistake 5th, soon dropped towards rear, ridden and no impression 3 out, 12th of 13, 38l behind Battle Of Benburb (11-4) at Tramore 2m 4yo mdn hdl in Apr 4m 12.00s. BACK TO BATAAN 12-1 (10-8, Jennifer Torrens) Held up towards rear, headway on outer into 7th 2 out, pushed along and 5th when mistake last, kept on one pace run-in, 4th of 19, 15l behind Tullyhogue Fort (10-13) at Galway 2m 5f hcp hdl 80-95 gd 5m 20.10s. 2.35 ON COURSE BOOKMAKERS ASSOCIATION.CO.UK HCAP HURDLE (80-95) Winner €6,000 (15 run) 2m 1f 165yds 1 0-2472 Fassbender (31) (T) M McNiff 5 12-0................. D O’Regan 93 2 -75422 Alexharwill (18) L Young 6 11-13 (BF)..................R Treacy 92 3 U40205 Rags Kitten (39) (T * ) G Kelleher 5 11-10............ S D Torrens 89 4 P0-600 Edmond Dantes (75) G Cromwell 5 11-8.... S W Flanagan 87 5 70-0P9 Jovial Jack (13) G Cromwell 4 11-8.....................L Dempsey 89 6 -05845 Beechroad Winnie (14) J A Kinsella 5 11-7....................... ...................................................................................P J O’Hanlon (7) 86 7 00-933 Mater Matuta (23) (H,T) E D Delany 5 11-7.J Gainford (5) 86 8 -9P891 Ask The Leader (18) D M Christie 5 11-6 (C).D J O’Keeffe 85 9 7-19U9 Willyouwalkwithme (23) H Smyth 6 11-6 (C)............... .................................................................................... S FitzGerald (7) 85 10 7P6-9P Bally Upper (13) E Sheehy 7 11-5.....................J McGarvey 84 11787PP7 Larkhill Lady (23) S Fahey 6 11-4..........B P Kennedy (7) 83 12 /49F-7 Samantha Sunshine (35) P J Rothwell 7 11-3................ .........................................................................................H Morgan (3) 82 13 90/070 Gloves On (76) Donncha Duggan 7 11-1...........R Deegan (5) 80 14 84-370 Knockanora Lady (11) S Curling 7 11-1...........B Hayes 80 154-P58U Lopito (18) (H,T) C A McBratney 6 11-1..................C D Maxwell 80 16 P-0P30 Our Brian (66) (P) P J Rothwell 11 11-2 (CD).........RESERVE 81 17 U8-240 Batalha (23) T G McCourt 4 11-13............................RESERVE 94 18 907-2P Galypso Clermont (78) P Nolan 5 11-7........RESERVE 86 BETTING: 5-2 Alexharwill, 4 Fassbender, Ask The Leader, 5 Mater Matuta, 10 Lopito, Beechroad Winnie, 12 Rags Kitten, 14 Willyouwalkwithme, 16 Others. 2020: No corresponding race. 4.40 IRISH STALLION FARMS EBF RACE (2-Y-O) Winner €11,100 (6 run) 5f 1 (3) 17 Anatoli (5) J Feane 9-9 (C).............................K J Manning — 2 (4) 31 Hms Endeavour (20) A P O’Brien 9-9... J A Heffernan — 3 (1) 31500 Lord Gorgeous (46) J P Murtagh 9-9 (CD)...... B M Coen 84 4 (5) 782431 Speedacus (13) K Cotter 9-9 (D).................D McDonogh 85 5 (2) 742092 Jarvis (13) G M Lyons 9-4......................................C T Keane 79 6 (6) 1265 Pennine Hills (6) J P O’Brien 9-4...........H J Horgan (7) 92 BETTING: 6-4 Hms Endeavour, 15-8 Pennine Hills, 7 Anatoli, 8 Jarvis, Speedacus, 10 Lord Gorgeous. 5.10 IRISH EBF MEDIAN SIRES SERIES MAIDEN (2-Y-O) Winner €15,000 (10 run) 6f 1 (5) 564 Exquisite Acclaim (20) (P * ) J Harrington 9-6.S Foley — 2 (7) 0 Bobby Dassler (37) E & P Harty 9-2... M A Gallagher — 3 (1) 9 Cousin Shay (20) J McConnell 9-2...........D W O’Connor — 4 (8) Hezahunk M Halford 9-2......................................R Whelan — 5 (3) 583446 Thismydream (20) (B * ) W P Browne 9-2..........M Santos 76 6 (2) 02 Redbud (15) J A Stack 9-1.................C J MacRedmond (7) — 7 (6) 0 Helmet Star (20) J Larkin 8-9................ D E Sheehy (3) — 8 (4) 0 Marsa (145) E Lynam 8-9.....................................C D Hayes — 9 (10) 424 Pepper Streak (20) W McCreery 8-9.. N M Crosse (3) — 10 (9) 452 Takana (20) Ciaran Murphy 8-9....... Siobhan Rutledge (7) — BETTING: 5-2 Takana, 3 Pepper Streak, 4 Redbud, 5 Thismydream, 11-2 Exquisite Acclaim, 12 Hezahunk, 25 Marsa, 33 Cousin Shay, Bobby Dassler, 150 Helmet Star. 2020: ZAFFY’S PRIDE 8 11, Shane Foley 3-1 (J Harrington), drawn (4), 10 ran. 5.45 CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL DUNDALK HANDICAP (45-70) Winner €6,300 (14 run) 7f 1 (17) 830014 Woodrow (15) L Breen 4 10-2 (BF,C,D)..... S T McCullagh (5) 70 2 (12) 457391 Phantom Power (15) E Lynam 4 10-1 (CD)....J Coen (10) 69 3 (13) 704863 Crystal Dawn (15) (T) G Cromwell 5 9-13 (CD 2 ).........B M Coen 67 4 (7) 034461 Sister Lola (15) J McAuley 4 9-13 (CD 2 )..............S Foley 67 5 (16)113220 Tipperary Moon (43) (B) D Donovan 4 9-13 (BF,CD 2 ). ........................................................................................C T Keane 67 6 (9) 0-3162 What A Feeling (35) (P,T) P J F Murphy 4 9-13 (D)....... .......................................................................................C D Hayes 67 7 (1) 750006 Eglish (15) A McGuinness 4 9-12 (CD 3 )..Adam Caffrey (10) 66 8 (2) 700305 Mokhalad (10) (T) J McConnell 8 9-12 (CD)...................... ................................................................... Siobhan Rutledge (7) 66 9 (6) 234459 Sunset Nova (9) (V) A Slattery 5 9-12 (CD 2 ).A J Slattery 66 10 (5) 265504 Got The Moves (24) (H) A Oliver 3 9-10..........R Whelan 67 11 (10) 148-02 Linus Larrabee (15) (B,T) E Lynam 4 9-10 (CD).......... ..................................................................................D McDonogh 64 12 (14) 148458 Jered Maddox (15) (B) D Marnane 5 9-7 (C,D).... Oisin Orr 61 13 (15) 07-068 The Blue Garter (75) B Duke 3 9-6............................. .................................................................. Melanie Horsman (10) 63 14 (3) 3-9744 Myrcella (26) (B) P F McEnery 4 9-5...... N M Crosse (3) 59 15 (8) 0-0000 Chica Power (41) (B * ) Ciaran Murphy 3 9-0...RESERVE 57 16 (4) 522741 Tai Sing Yeh (18) (P,T) J F Levins 7 9-3 (D 2 )......RESERVE 57 17 (11)034005 King’s View (15) (B) P J McKenna 4 8-6...........RESERVE 44 BETTING: 9-2 What A Feeling, 5 Crystal Dawn, 6 Woodrow, Tipperary Moon, 13-2 Linus Larrabee, Sister Lola, 10 Got The Moves, Phantom Power, 12 Others. 2020: ALHAAZM 4 10 1, Chris Hayes 7-1 (Kevin Prendergast), drawn (10), 14 ran. 6.15 IRISHINJUREDJOCKEYS.COM HANDICAP (45-65) (DIV 1) Winner €6,000 (14 run) 1m 1 (2) 712594 Caesar’s Comet (15) (V) J McAuley 7 10-2 (C,D)......... .............................................................................................S Foley 63 2 (13)032000 Kinch (99) (P,T) G B Caldwell 5 9-13 (CD).... D E Sheehy (3) 60 3 (3) 846101 Shimla Rolann (16) (H) Miss H McLoughlin 3 9-13 (D). ................................................................................. J A Heffernan 64 4 (5) 5-4009 Hasanaat (22) (P * ) J Davison 3 9-10................... Oisin Orr 61 5 (1) 886486 Miss Cunning (33) Kevin Prendergast 4 9-7 (CD)... G Halpin 54 6 (14) 04070 Sentiment (43) A McGuinness 3 9-6....C J MacRedmond (7) 57 7 (6) 540908 Dreams Delivered (35) (B) D Bunyan 3 9-5..C D Hayes 56 8 (15) -85040 Here’s Hoping (43) T Collins 6 9-4..................R Whelan 51 9 (8) 500088 Jack Berry House (24) (P,T) J McConnell ................. ......................................................................5 9-4 (CD) B M Coen 51 10 (10) 9-9600 Hightown Heights (9) (T) G M Lyons 3 9-3 (BF)........ ........................................................................................C T Keane 54 11 (9) 000000 Nakao (T,V * ) P W Flynn 3 9-3................................R P Cleary 54 12 (12) 810049 Maccliff (33) G Hussey 5 9-2 (CD)...... Siobhan Rutledge (7) 49 13 (7) -82078 Philly’s Hope (67) (P * ) T G McCourt 4 8-12..................... ...............................................................................J J G Ryan (10) 43 14 (4) 6-4575 What Adaay (18) P Martin 3 8-8.....................W Joyce (7) 44 15 (17) 050070 Never Back Down (46) Joseph Murray 6 9-9..........RESERVE 56 16 (11)791200 Gormanston (33) (T) N Slevin 5 9-9 (C 2 ).......RESERVE 56 17 (16) 9-9010 Leviosa (37) (T * ) S Fahey 4 9-13 (BF)..................RESERVE 60 BETTING: 5 Dreams Delivered, 7 Kinch, Hightown Heights, 8 What Adaay, Jack Berry House, Miss Cunning, Shimla Rolann, Caesar’s Comet, 10 Others. 2020: HELEN DE POURTALES 3 9 13, Billy Lee 13-2 (A Kinirons), drawn (14), 14 ran. 6.45 IRISHINJUREDJOCKEYS.COM HANDICAP (45-65) (DIV 2) Winner €6,000 (14 run) 1m 1 (15) 522-70 Brosna Empress (21) (P) J Harrington 3 10-2......S Foley 64 2 (17)450068 California Poppy (67) (B * ) E Lynam 3 10-1.C Hoban 63 3 (10)076248 Phoenix Open (16) (T) S M Duffy 5 10-0 (BF,CD)............ ..................................................................................... S Ewing (5) 58 4 (7) 313763 Burning Lake (15) Joseph Murray 5 9-13 (CD)........ W Joyce (7) 57 5 (6) 960581 Skontonovski (9) (V) A McGuinness 4 9-13.R Whelan 57 6 (2) 555600 Haayem (99) (P,T) J McAuley 5 9-12............L T McAteer (5) 56 7 (3) 567804 Boasty (67) (P) Fergal Birrane 4 9-10 (BF,D)......................... ....................................................................C J MacRedmond (7) 54 8 (14) 424001 Pride Of Pimlico (33) B Duke 5 9-10 (CD 2 )......R P Cleary 54 9 (4) 721688 Beleaguerment (15) (P,T) J McAuley 5 9-9 (C)........... ........................................................................................C T Keane 53 10 (13)008702 The Bog Bank (24) (P) T G McCourt 4 9-4....................... ...............................................................................J J G Ryan (10) 48 11 (16)947408 Power Of Lazarus (41) (V) Ciaran Murphy 4 9-2...... ........................................................................................ G M Ryan 46 12 (12)589506 Little Camacho (37) (T) A McCann 6 9-1.W M Lordan 38 13 (1) 90-997 Minky (175) A Kinirons 5 9-1................................A J Slattery 38 14 (5) 805050 Raffaello (16) W McCreery 5 9-1 (D)............J Maye (10) 41 15 (9) 460607 Fascinating Spirit (9) (B) E McCarthy 6 9-1............... ........................................................................................RESERVE 41 16 (8) 970516 Tynamite (16) D Marnane 7 9-5 (CD).................RESERVE 49 17 (11) 009-00 Kellmar (9) (T) D Bunyan 5 9-1..........................RESERVE 45 BETTING: 4 Pride Of Pimlico, 6 The Bog Bank, Boasty, 7 Phoenix Open, 8 Brosna Empress, 10 Burning Lake, Skontonovski, 12 Beleaguerment, California Poppy, 14 Others. 2020: CHAGALL 4 9 3, Mark Enright 11-1 (E Lynam), drawn (8), 14 ran. 3.10 BAR ONE RACING RATED NOVICE HURDLE Winner €6,600 (10 run) 2m 5f 110yds 1 7/44-1 Clondaw Hollow (T) J McConnell 7 12-0 (C)...B Hayes 116 2 -62132 Mars Harper (43) (P) G Elliott 5 12-0............J Gainford (5) 116 3 4-1R40 Longacre Square (51) G Elliott 6 11-10 (C).B J Cooper 112 4 381-30 New Society (P) R K Watson 7 11-10..... S O’Callaghan (7) 112 5 3-12 Ally Cay (23) J McConnell 5 11-9 (C)............... J G Gilligan (7) 111 6 P5-140 New Ross (51) J P O’Brien 5 11-9.............................J J Slevin 111 7 20-921 Gateau De Miel (18) (T) H De Bromhead 5 11-4 (CD)......... ..........................................................................................D J O’Keeffe 106 8 3180-0 Stockdale (133) B Hamilton 5 11-1 (D)..... Jonathan Moore 103 9 22-P63 Rose Milan (28) M Winters 7 11-0................. S FitzGerald (7) — 10592F52 Belles Benefit (13) S Curling 5 10-12...... C M Quirke (7) 100 BETTING: 3 Gateau De Miel, 4 Mars Harper, Clondaw Hollow, 6 Ally Cay, New Ross, 8 Longacre Square, 10 Belles Benefit, 14 New Society, 20 Others. 2020: ARDAGHS CHOICE 5 11 0, Kevin Sexton 9-1 (E Sheehy), 9 ran. 3.45 IRISH STALLION FARMS EBF BEGINNERS CHASE Winner €8,400 (13 run) 2m 1f 165yds 1 67-P88 Benefit North (18) (H,T) C A McBratney 10 12-0 (C)......... .......................................................................................S W Flanagan 97 2 -70015 Berliet Express (13) (T) P J Rothwell 5 12-0... J P O’Sullivan (5) — 3 6FF-P5 It’s All Gucci (18) Gary McGill 5 12-0............H Morgan (3) — 4 P6P0-6 Jimli’s Island (14) (B) R K Watson 5 12-0.... S O’Callaghan (7) — 5 4-1869 Listenheretomejack (64) (H,T * ) E Doyle 6 12-0.........D Meyler — 6 6P-620 Old Town Road (2) Miss S J Harty 8 12-0.........A W Short 89 7 56-0F3 Seanbhothar (18) (P * ) J P O’Brien 6 12-0..........J J Slevin — 8 -62347 Secret Cargo (25) P Fenton 7 12-0................M Hamill (3) 106 9 226-3P The Abbey G Elliott 8 12-0.....................................D N Russell 102 10 0-9481 Shiroccoville (27) (H) Emmet Mullins 6 11-7......B Hayes — 11 0-P331 Withallduerespect (33) H De Bromhead 7 11-7......... .................................................................................M P O’Connor (5) — 12 0/6-P8 You No Me Too Well (115) R K Watson 6 11-7...... D McGrath (7) — 13 56322 Hurricane Georgie (18) G Elliott 4 10-11 (BF)......J Gainford (5) — BETTING: 11-4 Withallduerespect, 4 Seanbhothar, 5 The Abbey, Shiroccoville, 13-2 Hurricane Georgie, 8 Secret Cargo, 10 Old Town Road, 14 Listenheretomejack, 20 Others. 2020: ITSALONGLONGROAD 6 12 0, Mark Bolger 12-1 (J McConnell), 12 ran. BENEFIT NORTH 25-1 (10-13, D F O’Regan) Held up in rear, detached from early, a little closer in 10th at 5th, hampered 4 out, ridden and no impression from next, 8th of 10, 29l behind Drummullagh Rocky (9-12) at Downpatrick 2m 2f hcap ch gd in Aug 4m 20.70s. BERLIET EXPRESS 14-1 (11-8, J P O’Sullivan) Waited with towards rear, 10th at 6th, closed up and effort straight, kept on without matching principals from last, 5th of 13, 7l behind Amlad (11-10) at Wexford 2m 1f hcp hdl 80-95 gd 4m 01.50s. IT’S ALL GUCCI 50-1 (11-11, H Morgan) Held up towards rear, 6th when mistake 5th, 5th 3 out, pushed along after next, soon ridden and no impression, kept on one pace, 5th of 7, 24l behind Clondaw Hollow (12-0) at Downpatrick 2m 3f mdn hdl gd in Aug 4m 37.50s. JIMLI’S ISLAND 150-1 (11-7, Derek McGrath) Held up in moderate 5th, dropped to last at halfway, no impression from 4 out, never a factor, last of 6, 47l behind Presenting Bonnie (11-7) at Kilbeggan 2m 3f beg chs gd 5m 00.50s. LISTENHERETOMEJACK 12-1 (10-12, M P O’Connor) Soon mid-division, pushed along from 4 out, soon no impression, under pressure approaching straight, kept on same pace without threatening after, 9th of 16, 28l behind Thousand Tears (11-5) at Killarney 2m 4f cond hcap hdle gd in Jul 4m 48.60s. OLD TOWN ROAD 7-1 (11-1, A W Short) Led, jumped left throughout, pecked badly 7th, headed 5 out, lost place after 3 out and towards rear next, no extra, last of 11, 24l behind Diggin Deep (12-0) at Sligo 2m 4f hcp chs 0-102 gd 5m 18.60s. SEANBHOTHAR 16-1 (12-0, H Morgan) Held up in touch, slight mistake 2nd, 6th at 6th, 4th 3 out, pushed along before next, ridden and no impression early run-in, went 3rd inside final furlong, kept on same pace under pressure, nearest finish, 3rd of 10, 2 1/2l behind Corran Cross (11-12) at Downpatrick 2m 3f Conditional Beginners Chase (4yo+) gd in Aug 4m 44.00s. SECRET CARGO 16-1 (11-11, M Hamill) Led, pressed after 3rd, headed before 4th, not fluent in 2nd at 6th, lost place before 3 out, not fluent 2 out, weakened before last, 7th of 16, 32l behind Father Jed (12-0) at Ballinrobe 2m 6f hcp hdl 80-95 gd in Aug 5m 29.80s. THE ABBEY, did not finish, 11-2 (12-0, D P McDonogh) Chased leaders, ridden and no extra from 3 out, behind when pulled up before next, in a race won by Thisonesforollie (11-7) at Tipperary 2m 3f beg chs in Jul, 16 ran 3m 05.85s. SHIROCCOVILLE 10-3fav (10-10, D Cleere) Waited with in mid-division, 5th after 8th, 3rd after 4 out, pushed along to challenge and on terms next, ridden and led 2 out, asserted before last where 2 lengths lead, stayed on well, won at Killarney 2m 4f cond hcp hdl 80-95 gd in Aug beating Trouble And Strife (11-4) by 3l, 17 ran 4m 55.30s. WITHALLDUERESPECT 9-4fav (11-1, M P O’Connor) Tracked leaders, headway to lead after 3 out, went clear and jumped left 2 out, soon ridden, kept on well inside final furlong, won at Tramore 2m hcp hdl 80-95 in Aug beating Tagg’s Island (11-0) by 7l, 12 ran 4m 07.80s. YOU NO ME TOO WELL 12-1 (10-13, S O’Callaghan) Always towards rear, never a factor, slight mistake 3rd, pushed along after 4 out, ridden after 3 out and no impression approaching last, no extra, 8th of 12, 42l behind Chelseas Friend (11-5) at Ballinrobe 3m 1f hcp hdl 80-95 in May 7m 09.10s. HURRICANE GEORGIE 1-1fav (10-13, J C Gainford) Tracked leaders, 3rd before 5th, pushed along 2 out, ridden in 2nd at last, no impression run-in, kept on one pace, just held on for moderate 2nd, 2nd of 7, 8l behind Clondaw Hollow (12-0) at Downpatrick 2m 3f mdn hdl gd in Aug 4m 37.50s. 4.20 ON COURSE BOOKMAKERS ASSOCIATION.CO.UK HAND- ICAP CHASE (0-109) Winner €6,600 (14 run) 2m 7f 110yds 1 -24503 Archies Charm (25) (P) B Hamilton 6 12-0.....B J Cooper 109 2 /05C5- Jack Fiasco (190) (P,T) Ciaran Murphy 8 12-0.P Cawley (7) 109 3 U23221 Pat Coyne (36) J Queally 7 12-0.........................H Morgan (3) 109 4 P50694 Ardaghs Choice (25) E Sheehy 6 11-12 (C).D J O’Keeffe 107 5 0-315P Arrycan (33) L P Cusack 7 11-11 (CD)...............R Deegan (5) 106 6 5-3136 Dakota Beat (14) (T) G Cromwell 6 11-11.... J G Gilligan (7) 106 7 126361 Doldido (11) (P,T) M Winters 8 11-10...................J Gainford (5) 105 8 -10609 Clonguile Way (11) (V) G Cromwell 8 11-9 (CD)................. ..........................................................................................C D Maxwell 104 9 0P-253 King’s Song (18) (B,T) D Broad 11 11-7 (D 3 ).. Jack Foley (7) 102 10 496327 Siberian Star (25) (P,T) P J Rothwell 6 11-5 (D)................... .................................................................................J P O’Sullivan (5) 100 11 5P-678 Pat’s Pearl (18) (P,T) J McConnell 10 11-0 (C).. S D Torrens 95 12 5650-1 Chesterville (57) (H) G Elliott 7 10-13......... J W Kennedy 94 13 -P220P Rubiana (13) Caroline Mccaldin 8 10-13 (CD)...........J J Slevin 94 14 0-2174 Carried (13) (P) R K Watson 11 10-9.......... S O’Callaghan (7) 90 15 7P9-P0 The Lying King (7) (V * ) S Nolan 6 9-12................RESERVE 79 BETTING: 4 Pat Coyne, 11-2 Rubiana, 13-2 Siberian Star, 7 Arrycan, Archies Charm, 8 Carried, 12 Doldido, Chesterville, Ardaghs Choice, 33 Others. 2020: GIVE HIM TIME 9 10 11, Denis O’Regan 6-1 (G Elliott), 12 ran. 4.55 FRANCO HUGHES BOOKMAKER FLAT RACE Winner €6,000 (8 run) 2m 1f 165yds 1 7 Crabtrees Rebel (23) James Andrew Fahey 5 12-2....... ........................................................................... Miss H Heffernan (7) — 2 Henry Miller W J Burke 5 12-2............... Mr W J Burke (7) — 3 2224- Top Bandit (154) G Elliott 5 12-2 (BF)................... Mr J Codd — 4 0 Themunsterexpress (35) S Slevin 4 12-0.................... ......................................................................................Mr J Dunne (7) — 5 0- Woodstream Lad (154) R K Watson 4 12-0..................... ........................................................................... Mr Mr T P Harney (7) — 6 Bundle Of Dreams J McConnell 5 11-9........................... ................................................................................Mr B W Harvey (7) — 7 0-04 Mary Meehan (28) W P Mullins 5 11-9........Mr P W Mullins — 8 Grandy Light Gerald Quinn 4 11-7............. Mr P Rogan (7) — BETTING: 10-11 Top Bandit, 13-8 Mary Meehan, 8 Henry Miller, 12 Grandy Light, Bundle Of Dreams, 50 Woodstream Lad, Themunsterexpress, Crabtrees Rebel. 2020: OFF YOUR ROCCO 4 11 12, Mr Jamie Codd 7-4 Fav (G Elliott), 9 ran. 7.15 BETVICTOR APPRENTICE HANDICAP (50-80) Winner €6,900 (16 run) 1m 4f 1 (12)855742 Pin Your Hopes (15) (V) A Oliver 4 10-2 (BF,CD)............ ....................................................................C J MacRedmond (2) 79 2 (11) -25956 Golden Valour (97) R O’Brien 5 10-1 (C 2 ).................... ................................................................................S T McCullagh 78 3 (15)235092 Blue Shadow (18) (P) A Oliver 4 9-12 (CD)..................... ................................................................... Siobhan Rutledge (2) 75 4 (8) D3422/ Pearl Of The West (T) J McConnell 7 9-12 (D 2 )......... .............................................................................C McConnell (7) 75 5 (1) 0-2121 Dollar Value (13) T G McCourt 6 9-11 (D)...... L T McAteer 74 6 (4) 170150 Time And Money (43) (P) A Oliver 4 9-11 (CD)....J Coen (7) 74 7 (16)416840 Effernock Fizz (6) K Brown 6 9-9 (D 2 )..J Kearney (7) 72 8 (10) 011367 Dance Emperor (18) Peter Fahey 6 9-8.........S Ewing 71 9 (5) 601320 Fallen Forest (29) (B) W Durkan 6 9-8 (CD)......R Whearty (4) 71 10 (3) 1631/0 Morning Skye Ciaran Murphy 6 9-8 (D 2 )..........Jamie Powell (4) 71 11 (6) 216105 Chateau Musar (67) J G Geoghegan 4 9-7 (BF,CD 2 )... ................................................................................P A Harnett (4) 70 12 (2) 115579 Tooreen Angel (42) (H,P) J A Stack 4 9-7 (C 2 )............. ..............................................................................O Shanahan (7) 70 13 (14) 46-89 Quamino (126) (T) P Nolan 8 9-5......................W Joyce (4) 68 14 (13)121706 Never Mistabeat (14) (B) J P Fahey 4 9-3 (C 2 )............ ..................................................................................W T Byrne (4) 66 15 (9) 9/858 Afternoonwithsusan (22) (H) P F McEnery ....... ..............................................................................6 9-3 RESERVE 66 16 (7) 1-0577 Shamiyan (T) M Halford 5 9-0 (CD).....................RESERVE 63 BETTING: 5-2 Dollar Value, 6 Pin Your Hopes, Chateau Musar, 8 Tooreen Angel, Fallen Forest, Time And Money, 10 Golden Valour, Blue Shadow, 12 Others. 2020: ELA KATRINA 4 9 10, Sam Ewing(7) 11-2 (G M Lyons), drawn (15), 12 ran. PIN YOUR HOPES 4-1fav (10-2, R P Whelan) Held up towards rear, ridden to close on outer 2f out, under pressure in 4th over 1f out, stayed on to challenge inside final furlong, strongly pressed leader last 100 yards, just held, 2nd of 8, nk behind Aurora Princess (9-4) at Clonmel 1m 1f hcp 50-85 gd 2m 09.00s. GOLDEN VALOUR 11-2 (9-11, S T McCullagh) Held up in rear, pushed along on outer entering straight, ridden 2f out and 9th over 1f out, switched right inside final furlong and kept on, 6th of 12, 4 1/2l behind Cape Islay (9-8) at Limerick 1m 3f hcp 50-80 gd in Jun 2m 34.85s. BLUE SHADOW 9-1 (9-12, C P Hoban) Led, ridden 2f out, joined 1 1/2f out, narrowly headed 1f out, strongly pressed winner inside final furlong, kept on same pace close home, 2nd of 15, shd behind Bamboo Bay (8-11) at Roscommon 1m 4f hcp 50-80 gd in Aug 2m 40.00s. PEARL OF THE WEST 10-3 (10-2, S W Flanagan) Slowly into stride, raced in rear, 6th halfway, took closer order under 3f out, headway to 2nd 1f out, soon ridden, no impression on easy winner, kept on, 2nd of 7, 2 1/2l behind Newcross (10-9) at Listowel 1m 7f am stks (4yo+) in Jun ‘19 3m 40.20s. DOLLAR VALUE 7-2 (9-8, L T McAteer) Led and clear throughout, travelling well 2f out, soon ridden, stayed on strongly final furlong, eased close home, unchallenged, won at Navan 1m 6f hcap gd beating Metal Man (8-12) by 8l, 14 ran 3m 05.85s. TIME AND MONEY 14-1 (9-12, B M Coen) Always towards rear, ridden and no impression 3f out, no extra over 2f out, weakened, 13th of 15, well behind Harvest Bow (9-3) at Leopardstown 1m 7f hcp sft in Aug 3m 27.96s. EFFERNOCK FIZZ 100-1 (8-9, M A Gallagher) Slowly into stride, towards rear, pushed along 3f out, no impression, 15th of 23, 8l behind Ever Present (10-0) at Leopardstown 1m 5f hcp gd 2m 44.87s. DANCE EMPEROR 10-1 (9-4, Sam Ewing) Slowly into stride, towards rear, ridden in 11th 2f out, some progress final furlong, 7th of 15, 4l behind Bamboo Bay (8-11) at Roscommon 1m 4f hcp 50-80 gd in Aug 2m 40.00s. FALLEN FOREST 10-1 (9-13, Siobhan Rutledge) Led, headed 5f out, pushed along and lost place early straight, no extra from 2f out, 11th of 13, 21l behind Powerful Kieran (9-4) at Killarney 1m 6f App hcp gd in Aug 3m 06.52s. MORNING SKYE 66-1 (9-12, C J Orr) Tracked leaders, 5th halfway, pushed along and lost place over 2f out, ridden and no extra 1 1/2f out, 12th of 13, 12l behind Hook Head (9-4) at Navan 1m 5f hcp gd in Apr 5m 00.40s. CHATEAU MUSAR 4-1fav (10-0, C D Hayes) Mid-division, not clear run over 2f out, ridden in 7th 1 1/2f out, kept on inside final furlong, 5th of 13, 1 1/4l behind Time And Money (10-0) at Dundalk 1m 4f hcap pol in Jul 2m 34.53s. TOOREEN ANGEL 33-1 (10-13, O Shanahan) Held up mid-division, 9th halfway, ridden and no impression from 2f out, 9th of 15, 23l behind Sequoiaspirit (10-4) at Tipperary 1m 4f ldy hcp sft in Aug 2m 51.13s. QUAMINO 33-1 (8-7, Karen Kenny) Soon tracked leader, dropped to 5th 4 1/2f out, tailed off, last of 9, well behind No Say Ever (8-13) at Leopardstown 1m 4f ldy hcp in May 2m 41.97s. NEVER MISTABEAT 12-1 (10-2, R P Whelan) Pushed along early and tracked leaders on inner, 5th halfway, 6th and pushed along 2f out, 5th and ridden over 1f out, kept on one pace, 6th of 12, 4l behind Silent Performance (10-2) at Down Royal 1m 2f hcap gd 2m 14.92s. 7.45 JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM AT DUNDALK_STADIUM RACE Winner €8,100 (5 run) 1m 4f 1 (1) 56-505 Leo De Fury (6) (P) J Harrington 5 9-7..................S Foley 104 2 (5) 41-144 Benaud (43) (T) J P O’Brien 3 9-4....................W M Lordan 102 3 (2) 1-553 Isle Of Sark (69) (T) J P O’Brien 3 9-0 (C)......D McDonogh 98 4 (3) 21786- Southern Cape (356) Donnacha O’Brien 3 9-0..........G M Ryan 94 5 (4) 1 Stour (15) (T) J P O’Brien 3 9-0 (C)...................S M Crosse — BETTING: 9-4 Leo De Fury, 5-2 Benaud, 3 Stour, 5 Isle Of Sark, 7 Southern Cape. 2020: ORDER OF AUSTRALIA 3 9 2, Seamie Heffernan 10-11 Fav (A P O’Brien), drawn (3), 6 ran. LEO DE FURY 33-1 (9-11, C P Hoban) Towards rear, pushed along in 8th 2f out, soon hampered, ridden in 8th 1f out, kept on without threatening final furlong, 5th near line, 5th of 9, 3l behind Camorra (9-11) at Leopardstown 1m 4f Grp 3 (1) gd 2m 38.75s. BENAUD 6-1 (9-0, W M Lordan) Settled behind leaders, 4th halfway, ridden in 5th 2f out, no impression 1 1/2f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 8, 20l behind Tarnawa (9-7) at Leopardstown 1m 4f Grp 3 (1) in Aug 2m 36.45s. ISLE OF SARK 3-1 (9-7, D McMonagle) Waited with in rear, pushed along 3f out, switched right 2 1/2f out and headway, 4th 2f out, 3rd and kept on same pace without threatening inside final furlong, 3rd of 5, 5l behind Ottoman Emperor (9-7) at Navan 1m 2f 3yo stk gd in Jul 2m 06.99s. SOUTHERN CAPE 22-1 (9-5, G M Ryan) Held up towards rear, ridden into 8th 2f out, no impression in 7th 1f out, kept on one pace, 6th of 13, 9l behind High Definition (9-5) at Curragh 1m 2yo Grp 2 (1) in Sep ‘20 1m 45.28s. STOUR 7-4fav (9-7, S M Crosse) Held up in touch, 4th halfway, progress travelling well entering straight, 2nd 2f out, pushed along and led 1 1/2f out, ridden and 2 lengths lead 1f out, kept on well, won at Dundalk 1m 3f mdn stks pol beating Rayadiyr (9-7) by 2 3/4l, 7 ran 2m 15.79s. 8.15 FIND US ON TWITTER AT DUNDALKSTADIUM HANDICAP (45-65) Winner €6,000 (14 run) 1m 2f 150yds 1 (16)089000 Morning Dew (21) (T) A Kinirons 5 10-2......A J Slattery 61 2 (5) 756231 Mokhles (33) (H,T) A McCann 6 10-1 (CD)......L T McAteer (5) 60 3 (12)373189 Cliara (14) (H,T) A McCann 5 10-0............Jamie Powell (7) 59 4 (11)509009 Firstman (32) (T) A J Martin 4 9-12....................C T Keane 57 5 (9) -70600 Eden Gardens (13) (P * ,T) K Heffernan 5 9-11.....C D Hayes 56 6 (13)327648 El C Wells (15) (H) P Martin 3 9-10..... S T McCullagh (5) 60 7 (10) -07402 Clew Bay (22) (P) J Harrington 3 9-9.......................S Foley 59 8 (3) 500068 Khairy (15) A Slattery 4 9-8.................... Amy Jo Hayes (10) 53 9 (2) 580658 Secret Wizard (44) (P,T) P W Flynn 8 9-7 (C 2 ).............. ..............................................................................Ciara Flynn (10) 52 10 (4) 009/03 Boing (14) (T) Paul Traynor 6 9-4......................... S Ewing (5) 49 11 (17)003309 All The Mollies (15) Ciaran Murphy 7 9-3.................... ................................................................... Siobhan Rutledge (7) 48 12 (1) -80055 Born Leader (15) E McCarthy 5 9-2.............. G M Ryan 47 13 (6) -56003 Smaoineamh Sile (15) (H) J McConnell 3 9-1.....J A Heffernan 51 14 (8) 0-0868 Heliaebel (14) L Breen 4 9-0....................... Mark Enright 45 15 (7) -50378 Wojood (20) (P,T) D Hogan 5 9-13 (CD).............RESERVE 58 16 (15)903930 Dream Wisely (13) A Oliver 4 9-0....................RESERVE 43 17 (14)695029 Macaban City (13) (V) G Hussey 5 9-2 (C)....RESERVE 47 BETTING: 5-2 Mokhles, 4 Clew Bay, 7 Firstman, 8 El C Wells, Smaoineamh Sile, 12 Boing, 14 Cliara, Khairy, All The Mollies, 16 Others. 2020: DAME RAPIDE 3 8 6, Siobhan Rutledge(7) 20-1 (J McConnell), drawn (15), 14 ran. GARRY owen pA GARRY owen pA 1:25 THE GREEK Wild Shot 2:00 MASSONS CASTLE Massons Castle 2:35 ALEXHARWILL Alexharwill 3:10 GATEAU DE MIEL Clondaw Hollow 3:45 WITHALLDUERESPECT Old Town Road 4:20 PAT COYNE doldido 4:55 TOP BANDIT Mary Meehan 4:40 HMS ENDEAVOUR Hms Endeavour 5:10 REDBUD Pepper Streak 5:45 SISTER LOLA Phantom Power 6:15 SHIMLA ROLANN Shimla Rolann 6:45 BOASTY Minky 7:15 DOLLAR VALUE Dollar Value 7:45 STOUR Benaud 8:15 MOKHLES Mokhles Going: Standard. Course: Left-handed Polytrack of ten furlongs with a two and a half furlong straight, there is an uphill finish. DRAW: Low numbers best in sprints. Going: Good. Course: Right handed oval and undulating over the 11 furlong circuit. The short run-in is 1f and all uphill. Top Trainers: Gordon Elliott 52-262 (19.8%), Noel Meade 20-71 (28.2%), Henry De Bromhead 15-74 (20.3%). Top Jockeys: Davy Russell 21-73 (28.8%), Sean Flanagan 18-98 (18.4%), Jonathan Moore 12-72 (16.7%).