Teesside Gazette - 2021-09-17
Teesside Gazette 2021-09-17

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Teesside Gazette

2021-09-17

17. Sep 2021
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2 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News The Gazette Price: 95p SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER www.teessidelive.co.uk/signup Subscription offer Save on The Gazette’s cover price. Call free on 0333 202 8000 Contents Weather .................................................................8 Puzzles .....................................................34&35 Letters ................................................................. 36 TV ...................................................................37-40 Family Notices ................................................42 Sport .........................................starts page 49 Contact Us Classified/Display: 01642 234603 Family Notices: 01642 252525 Subscriptions: 0333 2028000 News Desk: 01642 234262 news@gazettemedia.co.uk Editorial Nightline: 01642 234262 Photosales Website: reachphotosales.co.uk/Reach Phone: 01604 683902 Email: sales@dipintosales.co.uk Corrections & clarifications If we have published anything that is factually inaccurate, please contact the editor, Helen Dalby, on 0191 201 6231 , at helen.dalby@reachplc.com or post to The Editor, The Gazette, ncjMedia, 2nd Floor, INTU, Eldon Square, Eldon Court, Newcastleupon-Tyne, NE1 7JB and, once verified, we will correct it as soon as possible. The Gazette newspaper is published by Gazette Media Company Ltd a subsidiary company of Reach PLC, which is a member of IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation. We adhere to the Editors’ Code Of Practice as enforced by IPSO who are contactable for advice at IPSO Independent Press Standards Organisation, Gate House, 1 Farringdon Street, London EC4M 7LG. Website: http://www.ipso. co.uk/ Telephone: 0300 123 2220 . Email: advice@ipso.co.uk If you have a complaint concerning a potential breach of the Code of Practice, we will deal with your complaint directly or IPSO can refer your complaint to us. Please go to http://www. reachplc.com/how-to-complain where you can view our Complaints Policy and Procedure. A “How To Complain” pack is also available by writing to the Legal and Compliance Department, Reach PLC, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AP. Helplines NHS Advice Line 111 Emergency Dentist 0845 6033131 Samaritans Middlesbrough 01642 217777 Citizens Advice Bureau: Billingham 01642 633877 Middlesbrough 08444 994110 Redcar 01642 488483 Stockton and Thornaby 01642 633877 Consumer Direct 0845 4040506 By naomi corriGan naomi.corrigan@reachplc.com @NaomiCorrigan FireFighters were pelted with bottles and police vehicles were vandalised during a night of mayhem on a Middlesbrough estate. the emergency services workers came under attack on Wednesday evening as they attended a string of deliberate fires along Cass house road in hemlington. there was also an unconfirmed report that a worker from housing group thirteen was hit with a bottle as he left a property. gangs of youths had reportedly dragged around 15 wheelie bins onto the green near Fordyke road at about 8.30pm and set them alight. But when fire crews were called by concerned residents to help, the yobs reportedly began hurling missiles, including stones and bottles. When police arrived to assist just after 9pm, their vehicles were vandalised. One window was smashed and another had a tyre slashed. Cleveland Fire Brigade and Cleveland Police have slammed the “unacceptable” attacks and said those responsible “will be dealt with”. One arrest has been made so far – a 16-year-old girl on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker by beating. the fire service was called several times regarding rubbish fires, the last call made at 9.38pm. “We went to numerous rubbish fires at Cass house road where youths were in attendance and throwing missiles,” said a spokeswoman. “the fire brigade did eventually get access and extinguished the fire on open ground. they had created a bonfire. two units from thornaby and Coulby Newham attended. “there were other calls very close together.” Fortunately, none of the firefighters attending was injured. the gazette visited the area yesterday morning and there were piles of cans and bottles strewn across the area, evidence of bonfires and vomit on the pavement. One resident described the situation on the estate as “absolutely ridiculous”. he moved to hemlington from the Newport area of Middlesbrough at Christmas. “i don’t know how much longer i’ll live here,” he said. “it’s such a lovely area with some really lovely people. “it’s the minority of headcases spoiling it all for everybody.” he said he got off the bus at about 8.30pm and saw the youths dragging wheelie bins around. he put his bin in the porch and kept out of the way, he said. “i’m one of those silly old sods [who think] protect your property. My young ’uns say keep away from them,” he said. “they must have put about 15 wheelie bins on there. they dragged them from everywhere and set fire to them. the fire engine came, he The aftermath of the fires in Hemlinton, also below Bins set alight and firefighters pelted by yobs Residents slam ‘disgusting attacks’ stops down the road and they knew what they were going to get. “then it went past and they threw bricks at it. the thirteen van went to a house and he came out and they threw bricks at him. “there must have been 30 of them, the bobbies had been and they went and poked holes in his tyres. “it’s just unbelievable what is going on.” he said he believes the police are being overwhelmed by the gangs. “they are outnumbered,” he said. People on social media slammed the disgusting attacks, with many saying the fires were a regular occurrence on the estate. Another resident said on social media: “it’s getting worse round here. it seems to be an incident with fire everyday lately.” And another wrote: “Absolutely appalling behaviour, i hope they don’t need the emergency services one day.” Assistant Chief Fire Officer Carl Boasman said the incidents were “another example of emergency service workers being attacked whilst protecting the public.” he added: “the fire service is working with the police and those responsible will be identified and dealt with.” “We are here to protect our local communities and putting us under attack when we are carrying out these duties is completely irresponsible and puts our crews and other emergency workers at risk. “We have zero-tolerance for such antisocial and dangerous behaviour.” Chief insp Daryll tomlinson said: “it’s unacceptable for emergency services to be targeted in this way as we are trying to go about our duties. “Our neighbourhood teams will be increasing their regular patrols in this area and working to disrupt those who are gathering to cause nuisance and criminal damage. “We are working with Cleveland Fire Brigade, the local authority and housing providers to address how we can tackle these issues. “Local people don’t want this kind of behaviour in their community and we will work with them to identify those responsible and take robust action. “if you have information which may assist police please call 101.” the gazette has contacted Middlesbrough Council and thirteen about the attacks and reported problems.

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 3 Sarah’S keen to follow in her father’S tyre trackS in motorSport By anna Twizell anna.twizell@reachplc.com @annatwizell A Linthorpe racer is following in her father’s footsteps and preparing to show her prowess on the track. Sarah hall, 33, got into the world of motorsports through dad Ken hall, and this weekend she will race in the enduroKA Sprint as part of the Ford power Live. She works in the automotive industry and in motorsport media, as a photographer and presenter for live and pre-recorded race championships, as well as being a prodriver. “i got into it through my dad really, he’s raced bikes and cars all his life,” Sarah said. “i followed him around and started off doing photography, that’s how i got into motorsports with work. “i built up experience and it just went from there really.” She never knew what she wanted to do, but through her experiences and self-taught skills, her role has been a natural progression when her whole family is involved in racing. Ken hall is a big name on the teesside motorsport and rallycross scene, so Sarah grew up with the sport in her blood. Although Ken is not currently racing, he is rebuilding his race car and also working on a car for Sarah. the former hall Garth School and Middlesbrough College student used to supply the Gazette with pictures for redcar Speedway articles. “racing has been my entire life in one way, shape, or form, and to be finally getting out on track this weekend is a dream come true,” Sarah said. “i’ve spent my life following my dad’s racing career. “i have wanted to race for so long and finally got round to passing my licence test in June.” She works closely with friend and fellow racer Gary Mitchell. Gary has battled back from serious injuries sustained when he was hit by a car on his motorbike a couple of years ago. he has had to learn to walk again, but is now fully recovered and is racing at every opportunity. “he now runs a small race team and has loaned me a hire racing car to compete this weekend with the team at Brands hatch,” Sarah said. “i would be working at this event anyway as photographer and media manager for the Focus Cup racing Championship, so instead of taking a tea break during the day, i’ll be The Ford Ka that Sarah will be driving and, right, as a baby with dad Ken Sarah’s fellow racer Gary Mitchell heading out to test, qualify, and race over the course of the weekend.” Sarah will be racing in a Ford KA in the enduroKA Sprint. “i’m super nervous,” Sarah said. “i don’t even care where i come, just as long as i don’t crash. On track for a big future in the racing world “As long as it goes alright and i don’t cause any damage, i’ll be walking away really really happy. “there’s about 30 cars on the grid with us in our race so not too busy, but still plenty of traffic to negotiate. “i’m really excited because this has been something i’ve wanted to do forever really. “Life gets in the way, so to actually finally be doing is amazing, i can’t wait.” the race will take place at world famous race track Brands hatch in Kent and her parents and supporters are heading south. it’s been a difficult 18 months for Sarah during the pandemic. As she is self-employed her work quickly dried up, but this year she has focused on building herself back up. “i lost all my work and unfortunately was part of the excluded community when it came to Government assistance during lockdown,” Sarah said. “it was a really tough year, so to be able to grab an opportunity now, i thought i’d just take it.” She also used her time out of work to gain her hGV licence and would love to go back and complete her articulated version in the future. Sarah is currently studying to be a driving instructor and she would love to pass her final exam before Christmas. “i’m just going to go for as many driving experiences and skills as i can,” Sarah said. “the more i get, the more work i can get and the more i can teach in the future.” friday £1,000 AB42 2YL BD2 4PN CR2 0DN DE65 5FL DH8 7PL News Man taken to hospital after falling from ladders A MAN has been rushed to hospital after falling from ladders in Stockton. Emergency services attended High Newham Court, Hardwick, at around 9.40am yesterday and cordoned off the scene. Crowds gathered at the site and paramedics looked to be treating the man on one of the shop roofs. Several firefighters from Cleveland Fire Brigade also attended and could be seen entering one of the top floor windows at the property. Two ambulances and a fire engine blocked off the estate. One witness said: “A man is being treated after he fell from the top window of the flat onto the shop roof. “The air ambulance is here and they’re currently waiting for another fire engine with an aerial platform so they can try and get him down from the roof. “We heard he broke a couple of bones.” The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) was called to assist paramedics from the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) but ended up not being needed to transport the patient to hospital. A GNAAS spokesperson confirmed a man had fallen from height and said both doctors and paramedics from the service were on scene. It is believed the man has suffered serious injuries although not life-threatening. Front page win THE Gazette has won Front Page of the Year in The Regional Press Awards. On the winning page, of May 4, 2020, Press Award judges said: “For Middlesbrough, in the early stages of the Covid outbreak, the statistics must have been extremely worrying. “This front page, with the graphic red line, visually represents the text on the front page.” KY1 2BE L35 0LS LA12 9BU LN3 4ND NE3 2HR for every ticket in these winning postcodes RH1 5SP S61 1BQ SA34 0XU SE17 3JX SN5 8HY SP4 7WF SP5 4BE SS7 2PQ TQ12 5RH YO32 2PJ

4 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News Tower ‘gone within weeks’ By alex metcalfe Local democracy reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR The Dorman Long tower will be demolished within weeks after its protected heritage status – secured only last week – was removed. Campaigners celebrated last week after Teessider Nick Taylor lodged a successful bid to list the former South Bank coal tower – with the hope it could become a hub to showcase the area’s cultural and industrial heritage. The Grade II listing also put the brakes on the imminent demolition of the 1950s tower. But it has now been stripped of Historic England status after an appeal from the Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen – and the intervention of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). It’s understood Teesworks leaders had hoped to bring the 180ft tower down in the early hours of Sunday morning as General Electric wind turbine plans on the wider site take shape. However, this has now been pushed back – with combined authority chiefs saying it is due to be razed in the coming weeks. Tees Valley Combined Authority officials say crunch talks were held over the weekend between Mr Houchen, Historic England and Teesworks bosses to challenge the Historic England listing. They claimed the listing had cost an extra £40,000 to £50,000 to the taxpayer and risked projects earmarked for the wider site. An appeal was lodged on Sunday night alongside a request to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Mr Houchen said this had been successful – adding that it showed how important the redevelopment of the former Redcar steelworks was to the government. He also claimed the listing would have cost jobs and investment at Prosecution in drug supply trial alleges link with helicopter drop A JURY has heard of the alleged links a group of Teesside men had to a drugs courier days after a helicopter drugs drop. John Watson, 41, Steven Beazley, 39, and Craig Costello, 38, are accused of conspiring to supply class-A drugs between September 2015 and October 2016 – which they all deny. All three are currently standing trial at Teesside Crown Court. On the third day of the trial, the jury heard further evidence from former Cleveland Police intelligence analyst Emma Richards. Prosecutor Stephen the site if the status remained. Mr Houchen added: “I would like to send a message to those that think trying to stop these developments is the right thing to do – our heritage does not lie in a rotting coal bunker, our heritage lies in the people that built this great region. “It lies in the structures that stand tall across the world, from The Shard to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and One World Trade Centre.” Two petitions to save the tower were set up in the wake of demolition plans emerging and the news will be greeted with dismay by campaigners Charities and supporters have argued it is a monument to Teesside’s industrial past – with concerns about the level of consultation with the public ahead of the move. Last week, Nick Taylor, from the Dorman Long Preservation McNally and Ms Richards continued with the sequence of events and went through details which allegedly showed the link between the defendants and a Merseysidebased courier who was connected to a helicopter drugs drop. On February 16, 2016, Mr McNally said there was an “importation event”, with a helicopter drop taking place near the Waltham Abbey area. Days later, on February 19, Merseyside-based drugs courier Connor Fraser-Clark made a trip up to Teesside. Fraser-Clark was subsequently jailed for more than 11 Group, said: “Teesworks seems hell bent on demolishing this iconic structure. This building was built in the 1950s by Dorman Long and that name resonates throughout Teesside, the North-east, the UK and the rest of the world. “It is simply industrial heritage vandalism.” Teesworks bosses pointed to an independent report by engineers Atkins which showed “ongoing and irreversible” damage to the structure meant it could cost between £7m and £9m to secure and maintain. Concrete cracking and weakening as well as “general age-related wear and tear” were also cited – with concerns about demolition costs rising further in future years. The Conservative mayor claimed Historic England officials had Ben Houchen years for his involvement as a courier and money collector for the Lance Kennedy drugs gang. Mr McNally said that following his arrest, Fraser-Clark’s mobile phones were examined and they revealed he had been sending text messages to his wife regarding “drops”. On February 19, he sent a message to his wife saying he was heading to Middlesbrough as “they need it today” and made reference to being “paid more”. Data taken from Fraser-Clark’s phone and satnav showed he travelled to the Teesside area on listed status removed after appeal by tees valley mayor that evening and stopped in an area of Eston. Mr McNally said that the area he stopped off at was close to Wheatfields House, a premises connected to David Wright, where “drugs material was recovered relating to Wright at a later stage”. Wright, 42, of Steele Crescent, South Bank, will be sentenced after the trial after pleading guilty to conspiring to supplying Class A drugs. The jury heard that mobile phone and satnav data showed Fraser- Clark was also within the same vicinity as Watson, Wright and agreed to the listing without seeing the structure itself. Historic England said its officers had visited the site and agreed it merited Grade II status after the review was launched. Correspondence seen by the Local Democracy Reporting Service shows the new Culture Secretary, Nadine Dorries, ruled the building was “not of sufficient architectural or historic interest to merit listing”. Her letter judged that the loss of fabric from the building reduced its architectural interest – and the building was “essentially a functional structure”. The tower sits near the South Bank coke oven battery on the former Redcar steelworks site. The coke ovens will make way for a new wind turbine manufacturing facility being built by LM Wind, a subsidiary of GE renewable energy. Redcar and Cleveland Council said it couldn’t take heritage considerations into account when ruling on an application for the tower’s demolition last week. However, the authority said the subsequent listing overrode its decision. At the time, Historic England said it had advised Grade II status after careful consideration. A statement from the body added: “Built by Dorman Long, the Brutalist tower stands as a confident advert to this internationally renowned company that dominated Teesside’s steel and heavy engineering industry in the 20th century and built structures across the world, including Sydney Harbour Bridge. “The tower is also a rare surviving remnant of the coal, iron and steel industries, standing as a monument to Teesside’s, and England’s, 20thcentury industrial heritage.” Historic England confirmed the site’s owners had requested an urgent review of the Grade II listing – and its status had been removed by the DCMS. A spokesperson added: “We were able to visit the site and after further assessment we confirmed our advice that the tower merits consideration for listing at Grade II. “However, the DCMS, which takes the decision on all listing cases, has decided to remove its listed status based on the updated information on the survival of fabric and on architectural significance within the review. “Our site visit highlighted the prior loss of much of the historic coking plant, as well as the likely costs and ongoing safety risks of keeping the surviving tower. “We recognise the importance of the public benefits that will come from the remediation and planned regeneration of the whole Teesworks site. “We also accept, with regret, that demolition of the tower is now likely to proceed but we are keen to continue supporting local partners as works progress.” Beazley at the time. All men were using their phones in the TS6 area at the time, the jury heard. Costello was also said to be in communication with some of the defendants. Mr McNally said that there was an inference that the text messages sent from Fraser-Clark to his wife regarding “drops” married up with the times he was in the same areas of Teesside as some of the defendants. Mr McNally said that Fraser-Clark was on a “courier drop” to Teesside at that time. ■ ■ Proceeding

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 5 News Tributes after the death of boxing ‘legend’ John Dryden is presented with Teesside Hero award from the Middlesbrough and Teesside Philanthropic Foundations’s Alistair Beveridge john was well-known boxer and then coach in the north east John Dryden receives an award from the Durham Association of Boys’ Clubs By jade mcelwee jade.mcelwee@reachplc.com @JadeMReporter A Teesside hero who dedicated decades of his life helping hundreds of young boxers has sadly passed away. John dryden changed his life through the sport and he spent much of his time passing on the magic of boxing to youngsters. The well-known coach has been described as a “legend” by england Boxing. The Amateur Boxing Association of england paid tribute to Middlesbrough-born John who lived in Overfields. A statement on its website says: “england Boxing has been saddened to learn of the passing of well-known Tyne, Tees and Wear boxing coach John dryden. “A coach at Wellington ABC in Middlesbrough, which he set up in the 1980s, he also formerly coached at North Ormesby ABC. “Taking up boxing as an 11-year-old with Billingham synthonia, he went on to become Northumberland and durham champion before later boxing for the Army.” secretary for the Tyne, Tees and Wear Region, Phil Hattan, added: “John was a legend in our association and a former england Boxing coach and educator, working alongside Kevin Hickey and ian irwin. “i have personally known him for over 40 years and i am very saddened by his passing as he was a great man.” dryden’s list of champions included John Pearce, who won gold at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, along with ABA titles, and who was a former opponent of Carl Froch. More recently, he helped produce three finalists at the england Boxing National elite Championships Finals in 2012, in the shape of Peter Martin, Josh Leather and Louis Cunningham. “england Boxing would like to send its deepest condolences to John’s family and friends,” the statement added. John was recognised for his contribution to the lives of hundreds of young boxers in 2017 and awarded a Teesside Hero Award. By his own admission, he was a “scallywag” as a child, but boxing helped put him on the straight and narrow. He ran Middlesbrough’s Wellington Amateur Boxing Club for more than 30 years and was hailed an unsung community champion. speaking about the award, the great grandfather said: “They must think i’m doing a decent job, which is appreciated. i don’t get paid for running the club. “Boxing helped form me and has always been a big part of my life, so this is my way of giving something back. “Like most sports, boxing can give young people confidence in life. “i get kids who’ve been bullied at school and their parents will tell me they’ve changed for the better. “Others, like i was when i was a kid, are scallywags but boxing helps to keep them off the streets.” John first took up boxing at Billingham synthonia when living in Haverton Hill when he was just 11 years old. He went on to become a Northumberland and durham champion before later boxing for the Army. While working in the steelworks, as a long-distance driver for iCi and for 20 years on Teesside docks, John’s love for boxing never left him. He first started coaching at North Ormesby Boxing Club in the 1970s before setting up Wellington Boxing Club in the late 1980s. He continued to run the club at least three times a week with the support of volunteers John Pearce, Chris Riley, Rob McMurray and steve Hollingsworth. Many people have also paid tribute on social media and told of their memories with the wellknown grandad. One person wrote: “Very sad news and a big loss to the sport in Middlesbrough and beyond. RiP.” Another added: “so sad one of the best, a true friend and a boxing man RiP John.” One man said: “Rest in peace. Thank you for all your work within the boxing community. Thoughts and commiserations to family and friends.”

6 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News Restrictions on visiting patients in hospital eased All the best bits The Breakfast Roll Breakfast, done properly Served until 11am. Participating restaurants only. © 2021 McDonald’s University Hospital of North Tees is relaxing visitor restrictions By NAOMI CORRIGAN naomi.corrigan@reachplc.com @NaomiCorrigan Hospital patients in Hartlepool and stockton can welcome friends and loved ones again after visiting restrictions were lifted. Visits were suspended at most hospitals across teesside following the Covid outbreak in March 2020. But the North tees and Hartlepool NHs trust, which runs the University Hospital of North tees in stockton and the University Hospital of Hartlepool, has announced the rules there are changing. Visiting will be limited to one person per patient for up to an hour at a time – booked by appointment directly through the hospital ward or area. this applies to all types of visiting other than for patients on end of life care or with dementia – both of which have less limited visiting measures. the trust said visitors will still not be allowed to go into areas with patients who have Covid-19. and anyone who is considering visiting but feels unwell and has virus symptoms is asked not to attend. lindsey Robertson, chief nurse, said: “We know what an anxious and worrying time it can be for patients in hospital and we recognise the importance of having friends and family there to offer love and support. “the public have understood that SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTERS Get Teessidelive’s top stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters CHANGES TO RULES COME AS NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES FALLS reluctantly we had to put these restrictions in place for the safety of staff, patients and the wider community. “We now feel the time is right – at a time when cases of the virus have reduced – for us to remove many of these restrictions and allow visiting so that patients have that support which we know is so important.” she added: “We ask loved ones who would like to visit a patient to contact the hospital ward directly to book an appointment and they will be happy to arrange this. “thank you to our public for their continued patience and support over the course of the last 18 months – we appreciate how challenging it has been for every one of us.” any visitors to any of the trust’s buildings are asked to wear a mask unless they are exempt from doing so, and these are available at reception areas. to contact the relevant area, ring the main switchboard number on 01642 617617 and ask for the ward area. Morning and evening we will keep you bang up-to-date on Teesside's latest with our breaking news, Boro and What's On newsletters www.teessidelive.co.uk/signup

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 7 Funding bid lays out next stages of the evolution of hospital By stuart arnold stuart.arnold@reachplc.com @LdrArnold Middlesbrough’s James Cook University Hospital could be in line for a major £350m expansion with the addition of two new regional centres, we can reveal. Bosses believe the plans, which focus on maternity and paediatric services and major trauma and critical care, would provide “fit-for-purpose” facilities and keep pace with the high levels of specialist and complex care already on offer at the Marton Road facility. They have won cross-party support, with Labour’s Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald, and Conservative Simon Clarke, who represents Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, both backing the plans. An ‘expression of interest’ has been submitted to the Government under a selection process which opened in July to build eight new hospitals. The Government is aiming to build 40 new hospitals in total by 2030 in what it claims is the biggest hospital building programme in a generation, backed by an initial £3.7bn investment. The South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is seeking £350m to create the Erimus Teesside and North Yorkshire Women and Children’s Centre, which would also incorporate a regional cochlear implant centre. A second centre, potentially to be built on the south-west corner of the James Cook site, would focus on major trauma and critical care and also underpin cancer and other specialist services. Rob Harrison, the South Tees trust’s managing Our clinicians are among the best in the country. However, facilities have not always kept pace director, said: “These plans would provide fit-forpurpose buildings for services that are already provided at James Cook.” The James Cook University Hospital already works in more than 40 different specialisms, two thirds of which deliver care not just to Hospitals trust maternity and paediatric services would be focus of £350m project patients in Middlesbrough, but across Teesside, North Yorkshire and the wider region. A regional trauma centre was created in 2013 and receives 47% of all trauma cases in the North East, enabling patients to receive specialist services and rehabilitation in one place thanks to emergency medicine, critical care, radiology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology orthopaedics, vascular surgery, cardiothoracic, spinal injuries, plastic surgery and maxillofacial surgery teams. But a trust spokesman said there was a “case for investment” in a new-build centre. He said the hospital’s radiology department, for example, which diagnoses and monitors a range of diseases and conditions from broken bones to blood clots and gastrointestinal conditions, was built when plain film X-rays were in use as the main diagnostic tool. These used machines no bigger than a filing cabinet; now the MRI and CT scanning machines we use are the same size as a family car,” the spokesman said. He added that the hospital’s current maternity provision, which is more than 40 years old and would be replaced under the plans, had outgrown its current home to such an extent that the neonatal unit was housed in a temporary modular building. The spokesman said: “The pandemic has shown again that our clinicians are among the best in the country. However, facilities at James Cook – the bricks and mortar – have not always kept pace. “A successful bid through the health infrastructure plan for £350m would enable the physical infrastructure to catch-up with the high levels of specialist and complex care already delivered at James Cook.” Labour’s Mr McDonald said: “It is imperative that the James Cook Hospital receives this investment. “Enabling its buildings to catch up with the highly specialised care that its clinicians deliver is important for our local communities and the region as a whole. “The hospital is a specialist tertiary, cancer and regional major trauma centre which serves patients right across our region and it needs the buildings to match the vitally important care that it provides.” Conservative Mr Clarke said: “I am always supportive of further investment at James Cook. “It’s a great hospital that serves our whole region really well and has some outstanding facilities. “I look forward to working with the hospital as they develop this bid and bring it forward to the Government.” The selection process will prioritise plans for services which “transform joined-up care for people and provide an effective working environment for NHS staff”, as well as buildings that use modern methods of construction along with sustainable and efficient design. A decision on the eight hospital schemes to be funded is expected by spring next year. News Store set to move out of town centre WILKO is set to close its Stockton store early next year – and move out of the town centre for good. The high-street retailer’s Castlegate shopping centre branch will shut in February, as preparations for the demolition of the complex get under way. But the popular chain says it will not relocate, as it can’t find “any suitable alternative locations” in the town. It is “working with staff” to find roles for them at alternative stores nearby. Big chains and independent businesses have started to move out of the shopping centre, with several opening stores at Wellington Square. A spokesperson for Wilko said: “It goes without saying that we love serving our customers in Stockton, but we have been informed by the council that they would like the premises back and Castlegate shopping centre very sadly this means our store in the Castlegate shopping centre will be closing in February 2022. “Unfortunately, there aren’t any suitable alternative locations available for us on the immediate horizon that give our customers the shopping experience they need and expect from Wilko. “We’re working with our team members, where possible offering them alternative roles at other nearby stores. “We apologise to our loyal customers in Stockton. “We’ll continue to offer them great choice, value, quality and everything they need right up until February 2022 and after that from our nearby stores or via wilko. com.” Businesses that have relocated from the Castlegate so far include Iceland, which move into the former Lidl unit in the town – with 2,000 square feet of extra space. Junior Jungle and iStation have also made the move. And financial retailer Ramsdens, Katie’s Kards and independent Bluecorn Bakery have all reported successful sales figures following their move to Wellington Square. This week Wilko dismissed rumours it’s also moving out of its premises in Middlesbrough town centre, saying it has no plans to leave its Captain Cook Square home.

8 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News Chemical firm halts work on Teesside CF Fertilisers’ Portrack plant By kelley price and Tom houGhTon A North East fertiliser company employing hundreds of people has halted work because rising natural gas prices. CF Fertilisers says it does not know when production will resume at its site in Billingham, on teesside, or its plant at Ince, Cheshire. the American-owned firm – formerly known as Growhow – makes hydrogen and nitrogen products and has a supply chain estimated to be worth £500m a year to the teesside economy. It is a major manufacturer of fertiliser company blames rise in price of gas ammonia-based fertilisers but has previously warned that it was reevaluating its North East operations after it lost access to cheap natural gas. the move to shut down all of the company’s UK operations comes after natural gas prices soared to record highs because of low supplies ahead of winter, which has raised concerns over a hit to the economy. A statement from the company said: “CF Industries holdings, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of hydrogen and nitrogen products, today announced that it is halting operations at both its Billingham and Ince, UK, manufacturing complexes due to high natural gas prices. “the company does not have an estimate for when production will resume at the facilities.” Around 400 staff are based at the firm’s Cheshire site, where 1m tonnes of fertiliser are produced per year, supplying key market sectors for grass and arable farming. It employs around 200 staff on teesside. the halt to production, with CF believed to provide around 40% of the UK’s domestic fertiliser supply, has raised concerns among companies in the food sectors. It has also highlighted how rapidly rising energy prices for UK companies are having a major effect on businesses, particularly firms needing large amounts of power for their operations. Andrew Large, chair of the Energy Intensive Users Group, said energy charges were “putting at risk industries who are fundamental to the green industrial revolution, delivering our Net Zero and hydrogen Economy.” he added: “After just two months of the new charging structure, National Grid Gas has now advised of a further significant increase to the october charges. this heaps a further tens of millions of pounds of financial pressure on UK industry at a time when many are already struggling with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, preparing for Brexit uncertainty, new international trading arrangements and an as yet undefined carbon regime.” Weather Around the Country Today’s Weather Four-Day Outlook Birmingham Bristol Cardiff Carlisle Exeter Gloucester Leeds Liverpool London Manchester Norwich Nottingham Plymouth Swansea Friday Saturday °C °F °C °F cloudy 20 68 pcloudy 20 68 cloudy 21 70 showers 20 68 cloudy 20 68 cloudy 20 68 cloudy 20 68 rain 19 66 cloudy 19 66 showers 19 66 cloudy 21 70 cloudy 21 70 cloudy 20 68 pcloudy 21 70 pcloudy 21 70 cloudy 19 66 cloudy 22 72 pcloudy 22 72 cloudy 20 68 pcloudy 20 68 cloudy 21 70 pcloudy 21 70 cloudy 20 68 showers 21 70 rain 18 64 cloudy 18 64 cloudy 19 66 cloudy 19 66 Around the World Amsterdam Beijing Corfu Majorca Mexico City Moscow New Delhi New York Paris Rio Rome Sydney Tokyo Friday Saturday °C °F °C °F overcast 19 66 cloudy 20 68 sunny 27 81 cloudy 23 74 pcloudy 27 80 overcast 26 78 rain 27 81 rain 27 81 rain 25 77 rain 22 72 cloudy 11 51 sunny 12 54 rain 27 80 rain 34 93 rain 23 74 rain 24 75 pcloudy 23 74 cloudy 22 72 rain 23 74 pcloudy 27 80 rain 28 82 rain 29 84 sunny 18 64 rain 22 72 rain 22 72 rain 27 81 Skies will be partly cloudy to cloudy today. Afternoon highs will range from 19 to 21C. Haltwhistle Durham Sun & Moon Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Leeds Almanac Yesterday's High (°C/°F) Yesterday's Low (°C/°F) Yesterday's Precip Yesterday's High (°C/°F) Yesterday's Low (°C/°F) Yesterday's Precip Berwick upon Tweed Newcastle upon Tyne Sunderland 6:41 a.m. 7:15 p.m. 6:40 p.m. 1:28 a.m. Middlesbrough York Newcastle Grimsby Leeds upon Tyne Hull Hull Grimsby Sep. 20 Sep. 28 Oct. 6 Oct. 12 Full Last New First 22/72 19/66 19/66 12/54 14/57 12/54 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" Middlesbrough York 22/72 19/66 19/66 12/54 12/54 14/57 0.00" 0.00" 0.00" High Tides Saturday Cloudy. 19°C/ 66°F 12°C/ 54°F Sunday Isolated light rain. 17°C/ 63°F 12°C/ 54°F Monday Cloudy. 17°C/ 63°F 11°C/ 52°F Tuesday Cloudy. 16°C/ 61°F 11°C/ 52°F Friday Saturday Holy Island 4.1 12:18 a 4.2 1:12 p 4.3 1:24 a 4.5 2:10 p Newcastle 4.5 1:03 a 4.7 1:58 p 4.8 2:10 a 5.0 2:56 p Tynemouth 4.3 1:00 a 4.4 1:55 p 4.5 2:07 a 4.7 2:53 p Sunderland 4.3 12:56 a 4.5 1:53 p 4.6 2:06 a 4.8 2:49 p River Tees Ent. 4.5 1:13 a 4.7 2:10 p 4.8 2:23 a 5.0 3:06 p Spurn Head 5.8 3:06 a 6.0 4:18 p 6.2 4:15 a 6.4 5:19 p Grimsby 5.8 3:17 a 6.0 4:24 p 6.2 4:25 a 6.4 5:26 p Wells 1.8 4:17 a 2.0 5:16 p ---- ---- 2.1 5:16 a Dover 5.6 9:14 a 5.8 10:00 p 6.0 10:17 a 6.2 10:57 p Liverpool 7.8 9:15 a 8.3 9:37 p 8.3 10:19 a 8.8 10:33 p

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10 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News Calls for action after issues with outdoor seating Yarm High Street has seen a proliferation of outdoor seating areas 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 By ALEX METCALFE Local Democracy Reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR Markings on pavements have been touted as a solution after a string of complaints about chairs and tables blocking pedestrians in Yarm. restaurants, bars, and cafes have taken advantage of relaxed rules on putting out seating to keep afloat during the pandemic. But Yarm Town Council has received a number of complaints from the public about routes being cut off by street furniture. Correspondence has been passed to stockton Council to see whether something can be done. Clerk Juliet Johnson didn’t name the culprits but told Tuesday’s meeting how four premises were causing particular issues on the High street at “pinch points”. she added: “Cllr (Chris) neil proposed and it was agreed we would write to stockton Council to suggest the perimeters are marked out. “This recognised that, if you’re a busy business, you’re just going to set up and perhaps people in the cafe move them (furniture). “We need some definition of that.” The chamber heard how Cllr Pam smailes had raised concerns about businesses straying at a meeting over the summer. regulations allowing eateries and firms to use pavements for extra seating were rolled out in 2020 – with stockton Council issuing pavement licences for a charge of £100. Legislation has been extended to businesses accused of creating PaVeMent Pinch Points allow the practice to continue until the end of september 2022. Movable furniture which can be returned inside in the evening is a requirement of the passes – as well as ensuring tables and chairs aren’t too close together, or blocking the highway. Licence conditions also state clear routes of access must be maintained for disabled people. However, Cllr Phil addison warned the town council that it needed to be careful, as he believed it could affect where rides would go for Yarm Fair. Earlier in the meeting, the chamber heard the fair would return this October. However, former mayor Peter Monck raised doubts about the event given the levels of Covid cases on Teesside at the moment. Cllr Monck said: “My concern is we’re allowing the fair to come in when Covid is still rife and when the incidence of Covid is going up. “as a council we should be mindful of this.” However, chairman Cllr alan gallafant said it was stockton Council’s decision and not the town council’s. He added: “it’s not for us to say. if there’s an issue, it’s down to stockton. “We should leave it to them.”

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 11 News Staffing fears for care homes over compulsory jabs By alex metcalfe Local democracy reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR Fears compulsory jabs for care home workers will leave some Stockton homes “extremely short” of staff have been sounded ahead of a looming deadline. Workers in regulated homes will need to be double jabbed by November 11 unless they have an exemption. But Stockton councillors heard the spacing of covid vaccines will mean those who’ve not yet had their first injection will need to do so before Friday. Officials from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) told Tuesday’s adult social care and health select committee it would monitor vaccine uptake from November. And “fixed penalty notices” could be given to providers where staff don’t comply. Inspector Judith Mackenzie said vaccine uptake would form part of the watchdog’s inspection process – with the potential for “fixed penalty notices” to be given to firms. “We would look at it as part of the bigger picture,” she added. Councillors heard there were 91 care workers in the borough who’d declined Covid jabs as of July. And Cllr Luke Frost, ward member for Mandale and Victoria, had concerns about what the policy could mean for staffing. “I think that, come November 11, we’re going to find ourselves extremely short of social care staff,” he said. “We already know the retention of staff is very short within the sector – I just think this might push one or two of our care homes or care home services over that threshold. “This is putting a lot more pressure on services.” MPs voted to back compulsory vaccinations for care home staff in England in July. But UNISON has also called for the government to scrap what it called a “draconian no jab, no job policy” over fears thousands of people would lose out on the support they needed. UNISON regional secretary Clare Williams said: “Everyone that can have the vaccine, should have the vaccine. But the government has persisted with a heavy-handed approach despite warnings from care employers of the dire consequences. “This move is damaging a sector already on its knees and undermining trust in the vaccine. “If roles can’t be filled, the level and volume of care offered will be reduced. “Vaccine-hesitant staff must be offered reassurance and persuasion, not threats and ultimatums.” Ann Workman, director of adults and health at Stockton Council, confirmed less than 91 people had now turned down vaccines. The director also pointed to the presentations given by NHS teams to encourage take up and bust myths among care workers in the borough. Government officials say care home workers will need to apply for a formal medical exemption subject to approval by a GP or specialist. In response to concerns, a Department of Health and Social Care spokesman said: “Over 90% of care home staff have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine ahead of the November 11 deadline and we encourage even more staff to get vaccinated to protect their colleagues and those they care for. “Temporarily, those who meet the criteria for a medical exemption will be able to self-certify until we introduce a new system. “This will ensure those with medical exemptions can continue working in care homes.” Every pledge today helps secure life-saving research for tomorrow. Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide, visit cruk.org/pledgenortheast North East, 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).

12 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive National news Catherine Cargill receiving one of the first Covid-19 booster jabs, administered at Croydon University Hospital MINUTE BRIEFING Travel rules overhaul aN overhauL of the rules for international travel is expected to be announced today. it has been reported that the green and amber lists will be merged to form one category of low-risk countries, while the number of destinations on the red list will be reduced. There is also speculation that fully vaccinated arrivals will no longer need to take a pre-departure lateral flow test or a post-arrival PCr test. This would save travellers around £100 per trip. Ambulance crisis NicoLa Sturgeon has apologised for long ambulance waiting times, announcing that the military could be brought in to help with the backlog in Scotland. The First Minister was questioned about the death of Gerald Brown, 65, from Glasgow, who died after waiting for 40 hours for an ambulance. She said the issues in the service would continue “for a period” as pressure caused by the pandemic continues. Dorries under fire NadiNe dorries faced comments about her “long anti-gay rights voting record” as she made her first Commons appearance since becoming Culture Secretary. The SNP’s culture spokesman John Nicolson joked it was “just as well there are no homosexuals in the arts sector” as he made reference to the issue when welcoming Ms dorries to her new post. Mr Nicolson said: “Now is perhaps not the time to ponder her long anti-gay rights voting record.” Morgan back on TV PierS Morgan is to join News corp and Fox News Media in a deal which will see him host a new global TV show, it has been announced. The 56-year-old will also publish two weekly columns online for the New York Post and the Sun. North’s ‘brain drain’ The North of england and coastal areas are experiencing a “brain drain” of university graduates as many move to London and other cities with better labour market opportunities, a report suggests. Graduates are 10 percentage points more likely to have moved away from the area where they grew up than otherwise similar non-graduates by the age of 27, an institute for Fiscal Studies (iFS) report says. First covid-19 booster jabs given a MaTerNiTY support worker has spoken of her joy after becoming one of the first people in the UK to receive a covid-19 booster jab. catherine cargill, who works at croydon University Hospital in south London, said the vaccination means she can carry on working, studying and spending time with her family. The NHS officially launched its coronavirus booster campaign on yesterday, which will see millions of eligible people offered a Pfizer vaccine, or in some cases a half-dose of Moderna. They include frontline NHS and social care staff, anyone aged 50 and over, and those under 50 with health conditions that put them at risk of severe covid. People are likely to be offered their booster jab in the same order of priority as was set down during the initial vaccination campaign. Ms cargill said: “i’ve just had my booster vaccine, my Pfizer vaccine, and i have had it ahead of the winter season to make sure i am protected, to make sure i can carry on working, i can carry on spending time with my family, and so i can carry on with my studies. i would definitely want to encourage you to get your booster shot when you are invited to do that.” Hospital hubs have started inoculating frontline health and care workers in Wales and england, as well as identifying eligible patients, with GP-led local vaccination services to follow in the coming days. Nuclear sub pact ‘not adversarial’ Boris Johnson has insisted Britain’s new defence pact with the United states and Australia is not intended as an “adversarial” move against China. in a ground-breaking agreement, dubbed Aukus, the three allies agreed to co-operate on the development for the first time of a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines for the Australian navy. The move, widely interpreted as an attempt to check China’s growing military assertiveness in the indo-Pacific, was swiftly condemned by Beijing as a “geopolitical gaming tool”. But in a Commons statement, the Prime Minister said that, while the agreement to share nuclear submarine technology with Australia represented a “huge increase” in the levels of trust between the three countries, it was not “revolutionary”. “Aukus is not intended to be adversarial towards any other power,” he said. “it merely reflects the close relationship that we have with the United states and with Australia, the shared values that we have and the sheer level of trust between us that enables us to go to this extraordinary extent of sharing nuclear technology in the way Nuclear submarine HMS Vengeance that we are proposing to do. “it is true that this is a huge increase in the levels of trust between the UK, the Us and Australia. “it is a fantastic defence technology partnership that we are building. But it is not actually revolutionary.” in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the move “seriously undermined regional peace and stability” while casting doubt on Australia’s commitment to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. “The export of highly sensitive nuclear submarine technology to Australia by the Us and the UK proves once again that they are using nuclear exports as a tool for geopolitical game and adopting double standards. “This is extremely irresponsible,” he said. He said the three allies needed to abandon their “outdated Cold War zero-sum mentality” otherwise they would “only end up shooting themselves in the foot”. Defence secretary Ben Wallace insisted the Chinese were “wrong” to see the agreement as an attempt to engage in a new cold war. However, he acknowledged that China’s military expansion - and its involvement in a series of disputes with neighbouring nations over navigation rights in the south China sea - inevitably led to a “reaction” elsewhere. “China has launched on a huge investment in its military and its surface fleet and aircraft. it is probably one of the largest armed forces on the planet,” he told the BBC radio 4 Today programme. “China is obviously engaged in a number of disputes around freedom of navigation. That just causes a reaction elsewhere.” The pact was announced in a joint statement on Wednesday by Mr Johnson, Us president Joe Biden and Australian prime minister scott Morrison.

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 13 Crew member Jared Isaacman, right, waves to family members at Cape Canaveral as he arrives for the historic flight JOhN RAOUx World news Lift-off at the Kennedy Space Center (JOe RAeDle/ GeTTy iMAGeS) First totally civilian crew enters Space GLOBAL BRIEFING ‘New’ Van Gogh on show A drawing newly attributed to Vincent van Gogh that has never been displayed publicly before is going on show at the Amsterdam museum named after the Dutch master. The “new” Van Gogh, called Study For ‘Worn Out’, from November 1882, is part of a Dutch private collection. The artist was drawing people over and over again to improve his portrait skills. SPACEX has sent the first-ever all launch pad in Florida which has civilian-crewed rocket into orbit been used by the company’s three from the Kennedy Space Centre. previous astronaut flights for Nasa. The company’s first private flight But this time, the Dragon capsule blasted off with two contest aimed for an unusually high orbit, winners, a health care worker and 100 miles higher than the their rich sponsor. International Space Station. It was the first time a rocket The Dragon capsule’s two men streaked toward orbit without any and two women are looking to spend professional astronauts on board. three days circling the world, before SpaceX’s recycled rocket soared splashing down off the coast of on Wednesday night from the Florida. EU aims to boost Indo-Pacific links The european Union has unveiled a new strategy for boosting economic, political and defence ties in the Indo- Pacific, just hours after the United States, Britain and Australia announced a new security alliance likely to reshape their relations with the region. The eU believes the region, which stretches from India and China through Japan to Southeast Asia and eastwards past New Zealand to the Pacific, is growing in importance given its rising population and political weight, its role in global trade and security and its impact on climate change. It says the aim of the strategy is to strengthen and expand economic relations while reinforcing the respect of international trade rules, help partners fight and adapt to climate change and biodiversity loss, and boost co-operation on healthcare so least-developed countries can better prepare for crises like the coronavirus pandemic. The plan, which comes amid rising US/China tensions, is also a bid to improve maritime security and ensure safe passage through sea lanes. The eU hopes it will result in more naval deployments to the region by european countries. Transport and energy ties would also be boosted. The bloc is already the top investor, leading development co-operation partner and one of the biggest traders in the Indo-Pacific. But it wants to step up its involvement given the rise in regional geopolitical tensions which are hurting trade and supply chains and undermining security. The 27-nation bloc’s relations with China are currently at a low point, but the eU insists that the move is not aimed at countering Beijing’s influence, even though the strategy does foresee the deepening of trade and investment ties with Taiwan. “On many areas such as climate and biodiversity, China’s co-operation is essential,” eU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said. “Our strategy is one of co-operation, not confrontation. I think it’s important to stress this sentence: EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell our strategy is built on the will to cooperate, not to confront it.” The new security alliance between the US, Britain and Australia, which is aimed at equipping Australia with nuclear-powered submarines, is already seen as a provocative move by China. Beijing believes it will undermine regional stability and jeopardise efforts to halt the spread of nuclear weapons. The alliance has also angered France for resulting in the termination of a lucrative submarine contract with Australia. Asked about this, Mr Borrell said that “these events show the importance of the region and the need for us to engage there”. Mr Borrell lamented that the europeans had not been informed about the security alliance. eU foreign ministers are expected to discuss the matter when they meet next month. Joko Widodo President in court over air quality AN indonesian court has ruled that President Joko Widodo and six other top officials have neglected citizens’ rights to clean air and ordered them to improve the poor air quality in the capital. A three-judge panel at the Central Jakarta District Court came down on the side of 32 residents who filed a lawsuit two years ago against Mr Widodo and the ministers for environment, health and home affairs, as well as the provincial governors of Jakarta, Banten and West Java. The judges voted unanimously in favour of the complainants under the Coalition for the Clean Air initiative. Presiding judge Saifuddin Zuhri ordered the seven officials to tighten national air quality standards so they are “sufficient to protect human health, the environment and ecosystems”. Emissions ‘at 2019 levels’ FOSSil fuel emissions have bounced back after the pandemic, leaving the world far off course to tackle climate change, the United Nations has warned. A new report from UN agencies warns that global emissions are back up to around the same levels they were in 2019, after a dramatic drop in 2020 due to Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions.

14 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive News By anna Twizell anna.twizell@reachplc.com @annatwizell A disAbled mum’s garden has received an incredible transformation thanks to TV’s love Your Garden team. Pip donegan, of Acklam, appeared on the iTV show this week where Alan Titchmarsh and his team converted her overgrown outdoor space into a safe haven for the family to enjoy. each week, the team travels the country to give surprise transformations to some of the most deserving people, and disability activist Pip couldn’t believe it when Alan turned up at her door. Alan’s arrival in Acklam also stirred up interest from the neighbours, who texted Pip to check what they had seen. due to Covid-19, the family couldn’t be relocated as they usually are and stayed in their house during filming. Alan let out “Oh crikey” when he went to investigate Pip’s small and abandoned garden. but the team quickly got to work and injected a fresh lease of life into the neglected and weed-filled area. “i could barely breathe when Alan said open your eyes,” Pip said of the big reveal at the end of the show. “My garden seemed so much bigger and my first thought was that i can’t wait for my son Harrison to see it. “it will make a huge difference to our lives, especially when i am really ill and spending days on end in bed. i can open those huge doors next to my bed and watch Harrison play, knowing he’s safe in his own outdoor space, it really is life changing!” Pip’s three-year-old son Harrison had been trying to take a sneak peek of the work being done in the garden, even taking his sandwiches upstairs to look from the window. but the family managed to distract him until the grand reveal. Presenter and garden designer Katie Rushworth created a rusticlooking den for Harrison, that even Alan wanted to play in, while author and horticulturist Frances Tophill created a dinosaur world, complete with a volcano, that is the perfect play height for the youngster. Harrison said: “i love my garden and i eat all the strawberries and play in my den with my dinosaurs.” Family overjoyed as tv expert transForms overgrown garden Now everything in the garden is rosy! Gardener and presenter david domoney created a three-tier fruit and vegetable garden for the family with strawberry and tomato plants, and even a T-Rex hand puppet. Pip said: “Alan was so lovely, you could tell he really cares. He spoke with such a soft voice and was such a good listener. “Harrison absolutely loved him and still talks about him now.” Pip is well-known to Teesside The garden has been transformed into a safe haven families for setting up the accessible food bank, PiPsCO, at the beginning of the pandemic, which is now run by Tees Valley Together. during this unprecedented time, she also brought santa and his elves to children who were shielding, as well as wrapping and delivering 1,572 presents for local children. This year, she made over 700 activity packs for families impacted by disability, which were distributed over the easter and summer holidays. And Harrison got involved too, helping hide more than 800 books and gifts throughout Middlesbrough during the February halfterm, by attaching a trolley to the back of Pip’s wheelchair. After suffering debilitating depression that caused a suicide attempt and admission to a mental Pip and her family with Alan Titchmarsh and, inset, how the garden used to look health hospital, Pip has completely turned her life around. she vowed to accept her medical condition, ehlers-danlos syndrome, and create a new life for herself. After Harrison was born in 2017, she started her Pip disabled Mum Facebook page, where she dispels the myth that disabled people cannot be parents. As well as raising awareness, Pip is a disability benefit advisor for the Charlie Gard Foundation and a volunteer for Teesside Families. This year, she plans to continue her voluntary projects with the support of the Teesside Community Action Group, a charity that helps activists apply for funding for their grassroots projects. Councillor and friend Philippa storey said: “Her positivity just reaches out to you and takes you with her, it’s just amazing.” While one of Pip’s support workers, Madelaine bass said: “if someone is struggling, she will find the energy and fix the problem.”

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 15 News Transformation of town hall will cost £600,000 Family A heritage centre is planned for Yarm Town Hall By ALEX METCALFE Local Democracy Reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR Transforming a historic Teesside town hall into a heritage centre will cost £600,000, a former mayor has said. Efforts to convert the ground floor of Yarm town hall have rumbled on for many years. But a meeting on Tuesday night heard how blueprints for the revamp were now ready to be submitted for planning permission. original windows on the grade iilisted building will be kept and upgraded with double glazed panes – and the chimney and fireplace are also set to be restored. Existing bricks will be reclaimed to rebuild the larger archways with the clock tower ladder retained. former mayor Cllr Peter monck said the whole project would cost around £600,000. He added: “That was reported to the council some time ago – the estimated costs are £600,000.” Yarm Town Council has long harboured efforts to convert the ground floor of its 18th century town hall to showcase the town’s history. Lengthy discussions have been held with designers ahead of official planning permission being lodged to stockton Council. stockton bosses have backed the restoration with the hope additional funding can be sourced from the Heritage Lottery fund. Council papers show the 900sqft centre and learning space would incorporate a gallery and display space, as well as educational installations. The conversion also forms part of a £20m “Levelling Up fund” bid to the government for stockton south. The town council has also set aside up to £10,000 to go towards a bespoke artwork project within the town hall. architect and artist matthew rosier architect and artist have been signed up for project has been signed up by the authority – and the chamber heard this could yield an “interpretation piece” involving Yarm residents. mr rosier has worked on projects in rotherham, macclesfield and at Hampton Court Palace. Clerk Juliet Johnson said there would be a “massive engagement project” with local people to gather information and inform what mr rosier created. Cllr Pam smailes agreed the town hall restoration had to be done but shared concerns about how much the public knew about the project. “People might have wanted to have a say on what was happening here,” she added. However, Cllr monck said public surveys had already been carried out. and ms Johnson added people would be able to have their say when the planning permission was lodged. The clerk said: “The whole point of having the matthew rosier project is so people can directly shape what goes in there. “it would never have got over the threshold of being of interest to the Heritage Lottery fund, which it is, without it being about engaging new audiences to heritage and engaging local people.” However, Cllr smailes said it was a lot of money. after some heated back and forth, members eventually agreed to the wider plans being lodged and the selection of mr rosier for the artistic piece. Kids stay and eat free * Only available at premierinn.com *T&Cs apply, please head to our site for details. without the faff

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facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 17 News Family’s quest to grant boy first taste of freedom By joanne welford joanne.welford@reachplc.com @joannewelford ASK your average 11-year-old lad what he likes to do in his spare time and you’ll probably get an answer along the lines of play out with friends, kick a football or go for a bike ride. Now imagine what life would be like if the only way for that 11-year-old to get out and about was to share a double pushchair squashed in alongside his brother. That’s reality for one Teesside lad, who is hoping a crowdfunding campaign can help him get a power chair of his own so he can enjoy a bit of his independence. Cohen Cartwright and his younger brother Indie have a rare degenerative, genetic condition which leaves them unable to walk, amongst various other complications. The condition ultimately means they won’t live a very long life and now Cohen is getting older, his parents Laura and James, who live in Redcar, want him to enjoy every single minute he’s got. Laura, 34, has launched a JustGiving page to help raise money to ‘Get Cohen Going’ in a power chair that will let him go to the beach, the park or simply get It’s a five-minute walk to the beach from our house and he has never been on it. Laura Cartwright out and about when he wants to. Cohen is now at an age where we want him to have some more independence, as does he,” she said. “His brother has the same condition so when they go out with just one adult, which is a good majority of the time, he has to sit in a double pushchair which he is far too big for and is super uncomfortable in. “We live in an area that is famous for its beach and wonderful countryside, none of which Cohen gets to experience because he’s limited by his wheelchair. It’s a five-minute walk to the beach from our house and he’s never been on it. “We want to get Cohen a powered wheelchair that is able to take him on all-terrain surfaces so he can experience some freedom.” The chair costs just over £12,000 and Laura is hoping the crowdfunding campaign will help fund some of it. Cohen plays powerchair football, so he knows how to work such a chair. Laura said: “We want him to have bit of independence and to not have to be cooped up in the pushchair so he can take the dog for a walk, go to the beach, go offroading. Laura’s JustGiving page can be found by searching on ‘Get Cohen going’ on the website. 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22 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Your Home All you need to do is ask The UK’s housing market is still going strong, as house hunters turn their attention to buying this autumn. Bidding wars remain common, according to estate agent Hamptons, which says more than a third (38%) of homes sold in July had offers from three or more potential buyers. If you’re a first-time buyer however, or you haven’t had much experience viewing properties before, knowing the right questions to ask upfront could help you save some time and possibly money. It’s important to know exactly what you will be getting when you set your sights on a new home, and to avoid any unexpected costly surprises along the way. To give home buyers a helping hand, the mortgage experts at onlinemortgageadvisor.co.uk have listed eight questions buyers could ask when viewing a property... Asking some key questions when viewing properties could save you time and money, says Vicky Shaw 1. How long has the property been on the market? If the property has been on the market for more than, say, four months, do not be afraid to ask the agent why they think it is not selling. There could be problems that other potential buyers may have spotted but you haven’t, so it is important that these are flagged from the get-go. It could also be down to the property being overpriced. 2. When do the sellers want to move out? This is a really important question to ask when you are considering buying a property. If the sellers are caught in a chain, it could drag out your moving process – potentially for months. If however, they are not in a chain, this wait could go down. 3. Which way does the property face? Having a gorgeous decking area in the garden is all well and good – until you find out there is hardly ever any sun on it. Ask the agent which way the property faces, to make sure you will be able to enjoy the maximum amount of sunlight. 4. Is the property listed? As beautiful as listed properties tend to be, they can also be a night- The housing market is booming right now mare when it comes to what changes you can make. If you come across a listed building that needs a bit of TLC, then perhaps give this one a swerve, if you are under time or cost constraints. But if you have fallen in love with the property and the works needed are really urgent, you may want to try discussing this with the planning services department at your local council. 5. What are the neighbours like? Moving into a property with noisy neighbours can be a living nightmare. So be upfront and ask outright what they are like. You could try to find out if the seller has ever made any complaints about their neighbours in the past. 6. What is the area like? Asking questions such as, ‘What are the schools like?’ or, ‘Is this a safe area to be in?’, as well as, ‘How good are the transport links around here?’ can help you to determine whether this is the kind of area you see yourself living in for many years. Even if you are not planning on having children any time soon, having a good school nearby can potentially increase the value of a property. 7. How much does it cost to run the property? Finding out council tax bands, utility costs and the running costs will help you budget properly and let you know whether the home is financially viable for you. 8. Would the owners consider a lower offer? Some buyers may consider going in low. However, the estate agent may give you the heads-up that the sellers are only accepting offers over a particular price. Bear in mind that if you go very low, this may be deemed cheeky and the seller may think you are not serious. So be brave, but be fair. Trusted to care Award winning care homes Our highly trained care home teams are specialists in residential, nursing, dementia and respite care, so whatever your needs and personal preferences, we’re here to help you and your family at every step of the journey. If you’re considering care for yourself or a loved one, call 01642 034873 or search careuk.com Hadrian Park, Billingham Kings Court, Barnard Castle The Willows, Middlesborough

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 23 Celebrity Wellbeing EDItH BOWMAN may have made her name on MtV and the BBC Radio 1 airways, discovering new music and covering huge festivals, but the mum-of-two is learning to embrace a slightly slower pace of life. Just before the pandemic, the Scottish DJ, who is married to Editors frontman tom Smith, moved from London (“where everything is at the end of your fingertips”) to rural Gloucestershire (“where we have space to go where there’s no one else and get outside to exercise and just exhale”). “It’s made me slow down, rather than going 100 miles an hour,” says Edith. “Being out here, you have to make more of an effort to go and do things, but I like the way that’s made me go, ‘Well instead of doing four things today, I’ll do two things’. “It’s also allowed me to move myself up the priority list slightly, to think about myself and my own wellbeing. “I inherit this from my mum – the opposite of the thing in the plane when they ask you to put the mask on first before helping anybody else – I make sure everyone else is alright before I sort myself out,” adds Edith, who has two sons – Rudy, 13, and eight-year-old Spike. “So I’ve definitely been appreciating how I need to look after myself, because that then means I can look after my kids and my work and everything better.” She says being in nature more – a walk in the fresh air or sitting with the sun on her face – is “one of the best therapies ever”, and discovering the benefits of wild swimming has also been a boost. “My kids take the p*** out of me all the time, like, ‘Literally, Mum would try and wild swim in a puddle if she could’,” Edith laughs. “I go as often as I can. At different times of the year, it’s a different experience, but I love going in the winter – that’s how I prefer it. I really like the rush and the way it makes your body work, I love feeling the water on my skin,” explains Edith. She loves it so much in fact, if she can’t go one day, she’ll have a cold shower or cold bath instead. And she doesn’t wear a wetsuit when she is swimming outside – “just boots and gloves and in winter a woolly hat! People are very quick to go, ‘Its a new fad’, but for me I love how it makes me feel. I’ve got really bad skin, I’ve got bad eczema, and I feel like it helps that.” She has a real zest for life, now more than ever. “I feel more energised and more ready to take on new projects, go on adventures and do stuff more so now than I did in my 30s,” says Edith, who’s 47 and definitely doesn’t want to talk about age. “I don’t think age is important. By putting an age on [someone] there’s a preconception and an expectation, and I like to fight against expectations.” It’s a fair point, and women in the public eye are especially weighed down by prejudice as they get older. “There’s an Moving out of London let me slow down radio and TV presenTer ediTh bowman Talks To Lauren TayLor abouT her loVe of wild swimming and why she’s making more Time for her own wellbeing ongoing discussion around equality, and age is one thing that has a very different presence around women than it does around men,” Edith says. Besides, her career has spanned more than 20 years and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. She calls work her “absolute saviour” during the pandemic: she presented the Baftas with Dermot O’Leary earlier this year, continues to host the popular BMW Play Next podcast, and is collaborating with All Points East festival (27-30 August) for the launch of a new BMW Play Next stage to help promote upcoming music. Music, of course, has always been a constant source of happiness for Edith – and an outlet for other emotions: “If I’m really angry or upset, you have the ability to use music to vent, like therapy in a way.” IN DEMAND: Edith presenting the BAFTAs After the drought of live music through lockdown, she says being in the midst of it again has been emotional; whether that’s been watching a stripped-back Lianne La Havas gig last summer, Laura Marling at the Proms or Celeste at the Baftas. “I cried at all three of those performances,” Edith admits. “That’s the power of music, a key sequence or a chord sequence or even a note can do something to you physically that’s uncontrollable. “And getting those moments of being amongst like-minded souls, being among their energy – even just the smell of people, I’ve missed human contact! Being in a room with three or four people, or 10 or 15 people, I feed off that, I get energy from that – I take ‘Mum would try and wild swim in a puddle if she could!’ Edith says her kids make fun of her latest passion COLD COMFORT: Edith says wild swimming is great therapy away things I can’t really describe from that.” Like so many of us, Edith found her own little ways of coping during the pandemic. “The thing I learned really early on was to just encourage myself to exist, to be reactive. For me, it was a case of recognising when you’re having bad days and accepting that, and going, ‘OK, today’s not going to be a great one, tomorrow is a blank canvas’. “That was my mantra to get through it – and not to be hard on myself if I was struggling.” She’s also learned to feel at ease with any stresses and just ‘be’. “If you’re getting stressed, it’s OK, life is stressful. So rather than being upset or annoyed that I’m stressed, I always try and breathe through it. “I’m bad at asking for help though,” she admits. “But I like to think I’m a good person to talk to, I hope I’m a good listener and a good pair of ears.” ■ TV and radio broadcaster Edith Bowman is host of hit music discovery podcast BMW Play Next, designed to showcase groundbreaking music from the next generation of talented artists. REASonS To... include stawberries 5in your five-a-day 1. They contain essential minerals such as potassium, manganese, fluorine, copper, iron and iodine. 2. They’re rich in vitamin C and phytochemicals which help maintain the proper functioning of the nervous system. 3. Strawberries are good sources of vitamins A, B and E and also antioxidants such as lutein, zeaxanthin and beta-carotenes. 4. Strawberries are high in folate (folic acid), one of the B vitamins necessary for a healthy brain and nervous system. It’s essential in pregnancy to prevent spina bifida. 5. 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24 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Animal Corner It was 13th time lucky for rescue dog Bandit after 12 failed adoptions. The bull lurcher cross was described as Dogs4Rescue’s most difficult to rehome, but has now got the happy ending he deserves with new owners Chloe Cooper and Matthew Keane. Dogs4Rescue founder Emma Billington said: “This boy came to us at one year old and proved to be the most difficult to rehome dog in our history. TOP DOG NAME: Bandit BREED: Bull lurcher “It turned out to be 13 trials later, when we had almost given up hope of anyone being able to deal with him, that he struck lucky and found his match.” Although Bandit had no issues at the centre, anxiety in his new homes showed itself in the form of ripping things apart, separation anxiety and leash reactivity. “He soon settled once he knew that we weren’t here to hurt him and he was safe,” said Chloe. Emma said Bandit’s adoption reaffirmed that each dog needs to feel secure in their new home and find the right people. Sad lab refuses walkies PAMPERED PETS DR DAvID GRAnT Our vet offers his advice We gave a home to a rescue female Q labrador six months ago. The problem we have is that she seems terrified of the outdoors. It took months to get her into the garden but it is impossible to take her out for a walk. Please advise. Without knowing details of her A previous life it is difficult to pinpoint the reasons for her fear. She might have been kept in kennels in a puppy farm with poor socialisation and inadequate exercise, and just used as a breeding machine. Alternatively she may have experienced fearful situations such as aggressive dogs or thunderstorms, alongside a general lack of exercise, leading her to conclude it’s safest inside. You will need a lot of patience and support from a qualified dog behaviourist to improve this situation. There are some things that will not help. Forcing the dog outside will almost certainly reinforce the fear of leaving the front door. Even putting on a lead and collar can trigger panic attacks, as she may associate the lead with previous force from her old owners. A behaviourist will be able to formulate a training programme that you can follow on a daily basis. Programmes typically look to desensitise the dog to fear of the outdoors, by counter conditioning and making outside a fun place to be. A trail of treats just outside the front door and play activities, for example with her favourite toy, can gradually be extended to build confidence. Behaviorist support is essential to fine tune the programme. My two-year-old neutered female cat Q suddenly looks very sleepy with some sort of a film covering part of both eyes. She doesn’t seem unwell so should I take her to the vet or wait and see if it gets better on its own? Waiting and seeing is never a A good option when a cat like yours doesn’t seem quite right. This is even more important with eye problems because they can get dramatically worse if not investigated promptly. The films are likely to be the third eyelids and they are present in cats and dogs. Third eyelids, also called nictitating membranes, are normally tucked away in the corner of each eye nearest the nose. They perform an important function in keeping the cornea clean and lubricated. Normally you won’t see them unless the cat either has an eye condition or is unwell. In those cats, the condition is often called Haw’s syndrome, and is simply a sign of problems elsewhere. There is a long list of potential eye problems that can only be identified by a veterinary examination. A physical examination, and possibly lab tests, are also important to identify if a cat is unwell, and why. It’s an encouraging sign that your cat is not appearing unwell. It could be she has a mild underlying gastrointestinal or respiratory upset. Some viruses cause this, and it can even be down to worms. The outlook is very good in treated cases, with improvement usually within a few weeks. David Grant MBE was a vet at the RSPCA Harmsworth hospital for animals Email questions to him at pamperedpets@reachplc.com

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 25 News graphic A penny saved A survey suggests the Help to Save scheme is popular with users, though many are missing out By TOMMY LUMBY NEARLY one in three people using a flagship government saving scheme heard about it through MoneySayingExpert - more than any other source. Around 29% of customers using Help to Save, which tops up your deposits, first found out about the incentive from the popular site founded by Martin Lewis, or on his TV show. The survey of around 2,700 savers - conducted by HM Revenue and Customs between December and January - found the accounts had helped people put away more money, more often. But millions are still likely to be missing out on the extra cash as data shows around 280,000 accounts had been opened by March - compared to at least 3.5 million people originally estimated to be eligible. Help to Save customers can pay up to £50 a month into their account and get 50% bonuses on what they set aside after two and four years - up to a maximum of £1,200. The Government launched the scheme in 2018 in a bid to help people on low incomes put more money away for a rainy day. It is open to people on Working Tax Credit (WTC), those entitled to WTC and getting Child Tax Credit, and those on Universal Credit who earned at least £617.73 in the last month. Around 23% of the survey’s respondents said they had heard about the saving scheme through the government website GOV.UK. That was followed by HMRC (22%) and friends or family (11%). The research included interviews, with one user saying: “The scheme definitely needs to be run again. I don't think a lot of people knew about it. Get the word out there.” Recent HMRC statistics on Help to Save show nearly 20,000 accounts were opened in the two months to the end of March. But there are also likely to be thousands more entitled to the extra cash after the Covid-19 pandemic caused a surge in demand for benefits. Around 72% of people said it was very easy to set up an account, while a further 24% said it was fairly easy. Savers are paid the first 50% bonus on the maximum amount they have in their account during the first two years, even if they have less than that at the end of the period. For example, someone who put away £500 but had to take out some of that before the two years were up 24% Fairly easy Total accounts opened and closed, total deposits and total withdrawals, as of March 2021 284,050 Help to Save accounts opened since September 2018 29% MoneySavingExpert/Martin Lewis Show 1% 1% 2% Fairly difficult Very difficult Neither easy nor difficult would still get 50% of the £500 - a £250 bonus. But the second bonus is 50% of the difference between the maximum saved during the first two years, and the maximum achieved during years three and four. That means if the same person reached a peak of £600 at any point during the next two years, their HOW EASY WAS IT TO OPEN A HELP TO SAVE ACCOUNT? 234,650 people who have made a new deposit 72% Very easy £141.6m Total value of new deposits HOW DID YOU FIRST FIND OUT ABOUT THE HELP TO SAVE SCHEME? second bonus would be £50 - half of the £100 difference. Around 72% of people who answered the survey “completely” understood they got a 50% bonus after two years. Slightly fewer people (67%) gave the same answer when asked if they understood that was based on the 4% Neither agree nor disagree 9% Agree slightly 50,100 people who have made a withdrawal 23% 22% 11% GOV.UK HM Revenue & Customs Friend or family member 5% Social media 1% 3% Disagree slightly Disagree strongly maximum amount saved at any point over the period, even if they had to make withdrawals. And only around half (53%) completely understood the second bonus was based on the difference between the maximum saved over years one and two, and years three and four. £19.5m Total value of withdrawals 4% 4% 1% Word of mouth Other Citizens Advice HOW STRONGLY DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE THAT YOUR HELP TO SAVE ACCOUNT HELPS YOU TO SAVE? 83% Agree strongly Visual by MARIANNA LONGO Despite this, 83% strongly agreed Help to Save had helped them squirrel away cash, while 71% said the same when asked if they were saving more than before they had the account. But only 56% strongly agreed they were more likely to save in the future, which HMRC said could be influenced by low interest rates for “traditional” saving methods.

26 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive As I’ve often declared on these pages, I like estate cars. They’re better to drive than an sUv thanks to a lower centre of gravity and are often more spacious. However, the future is not looking bright for estate car fans at the moment. Currently it is possible to buy only two fully-electric estates. One is the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo which is a mighty fine machine but costs £81,500, and the other is the MG 5. You couldn’t get two more different machines. The Porsche is luxurious, full of leather, stylish and extremely fast. The MG 5 is quite basic inside, its plastic trim is a bit cheap and although it can do 0-62mph in 7.3sec (which is quite brisk) it couldn’t see where the Porsche had gone in a traffic light shootout. But there is one crucial area in which the humble MG 5 is very similar to the Porsche and that’s battery range. Originally launched just over a year ago, there’s now a new version called the MG Long Range. Fully charged, the car’s 57.7kWh battery gives it a range of 250 miles compared to 283 miles in the Taycan. This from a car that costs £26,495 after the PICG in its basic excite trim version. Move up to the exclusive, which Going the distance All-electric MG estAte cAn cover 250 Miles is the one we’ve been testing, and that goes up to £28,995. By electric car standards that’s extremely good value. Kia’s e-Niro, to get back to the real world after the Porsche, has a range of 180 miles for £30,000. Yes, the plastics inside are a bit cheap and cheerful, and some of the switches feel weak, but this is a car that has a 464 litre luggage area with the rear seats in place, sits adults comfortably in that rear seat and comes with a seven-year warranty. Although, like all MGs, the 5 is made in China, the UK engineering centre has an input into how the cars are set up for UK roads. The result of this approach is a car that is comfortable over bumps and is impressively quiet. You feel that you’re sitting slightly higher than you normally Motors with Colin Goodwin The MG 5 Long Range Exclusive would in an estate car or hatchback, particularly in the back where the seating position is in part dictated by the battery pack. It’s easy to find fault with the MG 5 Long Range. some of my fellow car critics have poured scorn on the car’s ambiguous and rather bland styling, and have stuck the knife into the basic interior. However, these are people who are probably not in the market for a THE FACTS MG 5 Long Range Exclusive Price: £28,995 Engine: Electric motor Power: 160PS Torque: 260Nm Top speed: 115mph 0-62mph: 7.3secs Range: 250 miles For: Range and value Against: Interior quality Sum up: No wonder MG is selling so many of them practical estate car that is so modestly priced. Only a fool could ignore the fact that the car’s range, which is a major concern with all fully-electric cars, beats all rivals at this price point. And as we’ve mentioned, many cars that are priced significantly above it. Coffee, cocktails and chill Bringing you only the best recommendations to make every second of your free time count. Visit 2chill.co.uk

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 27 Listen Up the hunt is on There’s lots to enjoy in this week’s trio of featured podcasts, from a prison break drama to chats with celebrity siblings and a dive into wild swimming LAURA DaVIs Podcasts Editor hunted The opening of this podcast – rich tones warning you that it’s intended for a mature audience – are likely to sound familiar. That’s because it’s from Dick Wolf, the executive producer of TV drama Law and Order, which features a similar caution at the beginning. Parker Posey stars as deputy US marshal Emily Barnes on the hunt for four escapees from a maximum security prison in Texas. We hear the action from both sides as they outwit police to vanish out of state – and her increasingly desperate efforts to track them. Barnes is instantly likeable and there is some effort to flesh out the fugitives’ characters, but this is ultimately an exciting chase that leaves you wanting to know more about the people involved. Where to start: The story ramps up within seconds of episode one starting, as prison guards discover a colleague has been attacked by the escaped convicts. Relatively Usually the longest relationships we have in our lives are those with our siblings. They are often among the first people to hold us when we’re born and they have more influence on shaping our characters throughout childhood than almost anyone else. In this enlightening podcast, host Catherine Carr brings a set of brothers and sisters together – interviewing them at the same time as well as separately – to discuss the roles they play in each other’s lives. Among them are novelist Nick Hornby and his sister Gill, who escaped into reading as their father started being more and more absent, and radio star Nicky Campbell and his birth sister Esther Cameron, who met for the first time as adults. Carr also explores what it’s like to be a single child, with former Woman’s Hour presenter Jenny Murray. Where to start: It’s got to be with wildlife campaigner Chris and fashion designer Jenny Packham, whose very different personalities have given each Siblings: Jenny and Chris Packham other just what they needed. Actress Parker Posey stars in Hunted the tidal yeaR Wild swimming has become more and more popular as people have started to appreciate the healing power of nature. Freya Bromley talks with those who wouldn’t be without a splash outdoors in cold water, such as singer-songwriter Maruika Hackman, whose creative process is fired by dips in London Fields Lido, and ‘The Wild Swimming Brothers’ Calum, Robbie and Jack Hudson, who spent nine days swimming the River Eden. Where to start: Author Jessica J Lee was heartbroken in Berlin as a student and decided to get to know the region by swimming in a different lake every week – a total of 52 – and ended up discovering as much about herself. ■ All shows featured this week are available on all the usual podcast apps LEMON AID RAISE STRONG, INDEPENDENT CHILDREN. Except at dinner time. Just sit down, be quiet FOR THE MOMENTS WHEN YOU NEED A LIFT OR A LAUGH… Sign up to our parenting newsletter at: lemonaidparenting.co.uk

28 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Smarter For Ten Bright young things Everyone’s a winner. Marion McMullen looks at teenage sporting champs Emma Raducanu 1 2 3 4 British teen Emma Raducanu was sitting her A levels this summer and now the 18-year-old has become the first British female to win the US Open since Virginia Wade in 1968. Offers have been pouring in for the young tennis star who is represented by super agents IMG and Max Eisenbud, who helped Maria Sharapova become the world’s highest-earning female sports star. Top jockey Lester Piggott was only 12 when he rode his first winner, The Chase, at Haydock Park in 1948. He was 18 when he won his first Derby on Never Say Die. He went on to notch up 4,493 wins during his long racing career. Northern Ireland golfer Rory McIlroy began playing as a toddler and achieved his first holein-one when he was 10. He was 19 when he won the Dubai Desert Classic in 2009. Japan’s Momiji Nishiya was just 13 when she made history this summer by winning gold at the first street skateboard competition at the Tokyo Olympics. She said: “I want to be the famous one who everyone in the world knows. I want to win at Paris 2024.” 5 6 7 8 9 Track athlete Sir Mo Farah was just 15 when he won his first major national title – the English schools cross country championship – and said “I wished for just one medal as a junior”. He went on to win gold at both the 2012 (right) and 2016 Olympics. Kyoko Iwasaki of Japan became the youngest swimmer ever to claim an Olympic title when she won gold for the 200m breaststroke in Barcelona in 1992 at the age of 14 years and six days old. That was her only Olympic medal and she would go on to become a swimming coach. British sprinter Jonnie Peacock was 19 when he made his mark at the London Paralympic Games in 2012 winning gold in the T44 100m class. He added another gold for the same race in Rio four years later. American golfer Tiger Woods was just two-years-old when he appeared on TV on The Mike Douglas Show, putting with comedy star Bob Hope, and 18 when he became the youngest amateur champion in history. He played his first professional major championship in 1995 at the US Masters Augusta National. American tennis star Tracy Austin was two when she started playing and in 1980, when she was 17, became the youngest US Open female singles champion in history. She became the world’s youngest number one just a few months later. 10 American boxer Cassius Clay (centre), who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali, was 18 when he travelled to Rome to compete in the light heavyweight division at the Olympic Games. He defeated Zbigniew Pietrzykowski in the final to win the gold medal.

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 29 It took a while before I could sing again... Engelbert Humperdinck tells Marion McMullenevery love song on his tour will be for his late wife “I COULDN’T sing after my wife died earlier this year,” admits Engelbert Humperdinck. He and Patricia – who he affectionately called Popea – had been married for almost 60 years and she sadly passed away in February after contracting Covid-19. She had been by his side throughout his long career but had been suffering from Alzheimer’s disease for more than a decade. “It’s been tough, it’s a tough thing. She stood by me all these years. She was very special,” the Leicester-born singer says. “She was fantastic and always helped me to make the right decisions. I think she is helping me now. I think she would want me to do what I love.” Engelbert, 85, has also come through his own brush with Covid. “It’s been quite difficult for me. I got it in February. I had long Covid and it had an extremely bad effect on me, I think. “I couldn’t swallow or walk properly and it went into my back. “It’s all come together now and I think I’m good and about ready to hit the stage. It was very scary, not just for me, but for everybody in that situation. “I just kept saying, ‘I’m going to be fine. I think I’ll be alright.’” In a career spanning more than 50 years, Engelbert has generated sales in excess of 140 million records, including 64 gold albums and 35 platinum, four Grammy nominations, a Golden Globe, and stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Las Vegas Walk of Fame, and Leicester Walk of Fame. Now based in Los Angeles, he is returning to the UK next month for the start of an autumn tour and says he is dedicating every concert to his wife. He admits performing again will be emotional. “I know it has changed some of the songs I sing,” he says. “I’m reading new meaning into the lyrics. It’s a lot different to the way I’ve sung them before. “When I lost my wife I couldn’t quite handle it right at the beginning. It took a while before I could sing again. The lyrics of the songs have always affected me but it is in a different way now. I’m trying to handle it and I’m sure my audience will rally if I do have an emotional moment on stage. I’m sure they will understand it.” The singer, born Arnold George Dorsey, was persuaded to adopt Engelbert Humperdinck as a memorable stage name. “Not good if you want to sign an autograph,” he chuckles. “I would start today and finish tomorrow. “You know there are two Engelbert Humperdincks? One who composed a version of Hansel and Gretel and me. People would get us mixed up all the time and tell me they loved my arrangement of Hansel and Gretel. “I even thought of putting an initial like E or H in between the first and last name, but her Majesty did me a big, big favour recently and awarded me an MBE for services to music so now I can put MBE at the end of my name. “No one ever calls me by my real name. They call me Engs. My parents called me Engels, which I quite like, it means Angel in German – although I’m not an angel.” Release Me was his breakthrough single in 1967 and went into the Guinness Book of Records for achieving 56 consecutive weeks in the charts. It was number one in 11 countries. By his side: Engelbert with Patricia in 1968, left, 1978, centre and 2011 Engelbert Humperdinck is touring the UK from next month for the first time in several years Engelbert representing the UK in the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 “The song has been sung around the world, it’s given me a career, and it’s a favourite on karaoke machines. Everyone always sings that song. It’s so wonderful that people like it. “Back in 1967, I was doing 300 shows a year. It was an incredible time for me. I was building a name for myself and Release Me stopped the Beatles from having their 13th number one. “The most exciting part of my career was right at the beginning when I was first on the London Palladium stage. “Release Me had been out for a while without any success and had sold about 3,000 copies and then I appeared on TV on Saturday Night At The London Palladium and the next day the record started selling 80,000 and 90,000 copies a day and that went on for a number of weeks. “It was unbelievable. It changed my life. A shooting star landing in my garden.” Engelbert reveals that he bought his parents a home before buying his own house and was able to get a nice car, adding that he “appreciated the success when it came along. I never took my success for granted”. He is now counting down to his biggest UK tour in years. “I was supposed to do it last year and the pandemic happened and I didn’t do anything. Now it’s possible and I want to fulfil the task. People want the songs that made me and I’m going to give them that, but it is also contemporary as well. It’s exciting.” ■■Engelbert will be touring the UK from October 31. Go to biglink.to/ EHTickets for booking details Music album of the week GRAPEFRUIT SEASON James Vincent McMorrow HHHHI The long-awaited fifth studio album from singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow, Grapefruit Season is a tender blend of heartfelt warmth, chaotic emotion and reflective poignancy. A sweeping album, primarily recorded between London, Los Angeles and Dublin prior to the pandemic, the uncertainty of life is the common thread that strings its 14 simmering R&B infused tracks together. Overflowing with layered synths and hook-heavy choruses, it’s a fine display – but one that stands to wrongly pigeonhole McMorrow as just another run-of-the-mill pop crossover. He’s unleashed an enigmatic album to rival the most intriguing of 2021 releases.

30 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Screen Shots Copshop let me go into a much darker, brutal, ruthless mind BREAKING BAD: Gerard Butler relished not playing the hero for once and have fun Gerard Butler is no stranger to saving the world. In fact he’s made a long career of it. The 51-year-old Scottish star is best known for playing characters intent on doing the right thing, think Spartan warrior Leonidas in 300, a man determined to seek justice for his family in Law Abiding Citizen and fearless Secret Service agent Mike Banning in Olympus Has Fallen and its sequels. But he decided to take a walk on the dark side in his new movie Copshop, in which he plays a hitman who hunts his latest target, a conman played by Frank Grillo, into the confines of a small- town police station. “It was another muscle to stretch creatively,” Gerard offers in his distinctive Scottish burr, “to go into a much darker, brutal, ruthless, mysterious mind and have fun with that, because I normally play the guys trying to put an end to them. “It’s almost like changing from prosecuting attorney to defence attorney, swapping to look at things the other way, but it’s always fun to change it up and try something different.” Gerard had been keen to make the film since 2015, when he first read an early draft of a screenplay outlining a cat-and-mouse game between a con artist and the hitman who’s sent to take him out. “I always loved the idea and every now and again you just want to make a movie that is outrageous, entertaining, tense, mad, irreverent. So I always had it in my back pocket, and suddenly, in the middle of a pandemic, it felt like that was a good time to make it, a story about everybody Gerard Butler is used to swooping in to save the day but he takes a turn to the dark side in Copshop. He tells Laura Harding why CAGED KILLER: Gerard plays hitman Bob Viddick trapped in a small space and just wanting to explode outside of that space. It felt kind of right,” he explains. So, when director Joe Carnahan, the filmmaker behind Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane, Smokin’ Aces and The A-Team, called him up to ask him if he was ready to go, Gerard didn’t have to think twice. “We’d always said we were going to work together and Frank too, so why not? Let’s just do it now, shoot I was watching a lot of Clint Eastwood, movies... to prepare for this... Alexis Louder Inspiration: Western legend Clint Eastwood it quick, just real guerilla filmmaking, and try and get all of that mayhem and excitement and highoctane energy.” The film finds Gerard’s contract killer Bob Viddick chasing wily con artist Teddy Murretto (Grillo) through the Nevada desert, until Teddy hatches a desperate plan to hide out and save himself – he sucker-punches a rookie police officer, played by Alexis Louder, to get himself arrested and locked up in a small-town police station, out of harm’s way. Viddick schemes his own way into detention, biding his time in a nearby cell until he can carry out the hit, but when a competing assassin, played by Toby Huss, arrives, mayhem ensues, with Alex’s cop Valerie Young caught in the crosshairs. “I was watching a lot of Clint Eastwood... movies like Dirty Harry and The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, to prepare for this because it did give me western vibes,” Alexis remembers. “Valerie just has this thirst for justice by any means, and she’s trying to get to the truth between Bob Viddick and Teddy Mercado and she can trust neither of them.” But for the actress, who previously starred opposite Chris Pratt in The Tomorrow War and with Regina King in the Watchmen TV series, watching movies was not enough. She also had to do some practical handson preparation. “I had no law enforcement experience, I had zero gun-slinging experience, the weapons that I’ve used in the past were automatic. The Blackhawk (the weapon Valerie uses) was a manual gun, so I had to work with a gunslinger on how to do the tricks and how to change the cylinder, that was a lot of practice. “There were certain times where I thought I might have lost the ligaments in my finger but, through the frustration of actually practising that for so long, I was just like ‘Alexis it’s gonna be so rewarding when you actually get it’ and now I watch that opening shot (where she performs a stunning routine of gunplay) I think, ‘That’s me, that’s my hand and I did that’.” Gerard was also excited to make a Alexis Louder as Valerie Young film that would stand alone, as something chaotic, grimy and nerve-shredding. “It’s a movie that’s not really like others,” he says. “It has elements of others, like Tarantino or Guy Ritchie, but at the same time, it’s completely its own beast in how weird and exciting it is. “I knew that there were so many fun, compelling, shocking characters, and the way they all have to face off against each other. I knew if could would get some great actors in there, like, Alexis, and Frank and Toby Hoss, then we can really have a movie that is incredibly thrilling, exciting, compelling, shocking, hilarious, surreal, and then it just builds and builds. “We talked about those westerns with a smalltown sheriff, and the bad guy comes in, but then the worse guy comes in, another bad guy comes in and it just goes from bad to worse. “There is a real pressure-cooker feeling and weirdly, as the movie goes on, most thrillers extend out, they get bigger, but by the end this almost gets tighter and tighter with more people in a smaller space, and it’s unbelievable how they can’t quite get to each other but they’re all like cobras waiting to pounce.” ■■Copshop is in cinemas now

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 31 Sex Education heads to Africa in the new series with a powerful storyline as we see Eric return to his homeland Nigeria. But actor Ncuti Gatwa, 28, didn’t get to enjoy a jolly abroad because the scenes had to be filmed in Wales due to coronavirus. He says: “We had plans to film abroad, but then Covid happened, so we had to recreate Nigeria in Wales. “Our production designer Samantha Harley made the most wonderful set, down to the sand and gravel she imported from Nigeria.” Ncuti also reveals how scenes showing his lovable character Eric visit Nigeria as a gay man will have a huge impact on viewers. He explains: “I felt a lot of pressure, I think we all did, to get that storyline right. “Eric is half Nigerian and half Ghanaian, and this trip back to Nigeria is a huge part of his journey this season. He reconnects with his family. “Eric’s very proud of his heritage and yet it’s an undeniable fact that being gay is illegal in Nigeria. “Quite often, when we talk about LGBTQ storylines on TV, they’re focused on white characters. Eric meets a character named Oba who helps him become more aware of all parts of himself – a black man, a gay man and a Nigerian man.” Describing Gen Z-ers as “so socially aware”, Baftanominated Ncuti says of the hit show: “We’re expanding so many conversations regarding gender and sexuality and I think [Sex Education] just hit gold with the timing.” Opening with a montage of sexual encounters that’s sure to make you sit up and pay attention, the third series of Sex Education, penned by returning Bafta-nominated writer Laurie Nunn, starts as it means to go on. It tackles everything from penis size insecurities to the long-term mental health concerns arising from character Aimee Gibbs’ sexual assault aboard a bus in the last series. Played by 26 -year-old Aimee Lou Woods, who won a Bafta for her on-screen portrayal, the continuation of Aimee’s assault story was of vital importance to her. “Sex Education is very true to life in the way that it conveys that things don’t just get better and better and better,” reflects Aimee Lou. “Things go up and down all the time. I think that it was lovely that she gets on the bus with the girls and there’s that beautiful moment, and then it’s all like, ‘Oh, yay. She’s better’. But of course, that is not real life. “And actually, that was the start of her journey. It wasn’t the end.” Describing the way in which her character took “steps forward” last series thanks to the support of her female peers, Aimee Lou is quick to emphasise that “growth is a process”. “It’s going to be with her forever – and that’s what she hears in therapy. It’s going to be with her forever. And it’s altered her forever.” With actress Gillian Anderson returning as sex therapist Dr Jean F Milburn, who is now heavily pregnant, we find Moordale Secondary School under the new leadership of headmistress Hope Haddon, played by Screen Shots Covid happened... so we had to recreate Nigeria in Wales Ncuti Gatwa as Eric As Bafta Award-winning comedy Sex Education returns, we talk to the cast about what to expect and the trials of shooting a series in a pandemic L-R: Aimee Lou Wood as Aimee Gibbs, Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley and Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn Girls’ star Jemima Kirke. Revamping the school in a matriarchal fashion, Hope’s iron-fist approach to education is not to the liking of everyone. From the demolition of the toilet block once used as a sex clinic by Maeve Wiley and Otis Milburn, to the implementation of school uniforms, the show’s central characters find themselves united against a common evil. “The uniforms were a little triggering,” recalls Asa Butterfield, 24, who reprises his role as Dr Milburn’s son Otis alongside Maeve (Emma Mackey). “It’s a great part of the show, but I think one of the things I loved is everyone on set’s individuality,” continues Asa, best known for his roles in Nanny McPhee and The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas. “But of course, that’s one of the point of the uniforms, it’s to see what happens when you take that away.” ■■Sex Education series 3 is on Netflix from Friday L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls Surprise Newcastle fans with first ever LIVE show! L.O.L. Surprise! LIVE VIP Party in collaboration with VisitMalta is the exciting new live show set to remix the vibes of a club with the best ever beats and latest songs from the upcoming L.O.L. Surprise! movie, never-before-seen dance moves and the ultimate Instagrammable sets. The show gives fans of L.O.L. Surprise! the chance to get runway ready with their favourite fierce, fun and fearless dolls including Lady Diva, Royal Bee, Swag and Neonlicious, and party alongside their BFFs and B.B.s at Utilita Arena Newcastle on 29 & 30 January 2022. Featuring spectacular choreography, elaborate sets, flawless costumes and brand-new music, the show will be a concert come dance party for the whole family to enjoy. The Gazette have teamed up with our friends at L.O.L. Surprise! LIVE to give 5 lucky winners the chance to win a family ticket to the show SURPRISE To enter this competition you must collect three tokens that will be printed in the Gazette every day from Monday 13th September to Saturday 18th September. Once you have all of the tokens visit www.gazettelive.co.uk/LOL and enter the form online, you can also see the full terms and conditions here. 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32 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Films 12 Mighty Orphans (12a) HHHII In the aftermath of the Great Depression, war hero Rusty Russell (Luke Wilson) transplants his wife Juanita (Vinessa Shaw) and two young daughters from Temple in Texas to the dustbowl of Fort Worth. Husband and wife take teaching positions at The Masonic Home and School for around 150 orphans run by brutish disciplinarian Frank Wynn (Wayne Knight). gUnpOWDEr MiLKshaKE (15) HHHII Former Doctor Who star Karen Gillan has forged quite the Hollywood career as an action woman in films like Guardians of the Galaxy and Jumanji. She parades her fighting skills again in Gunpowder Milkshake as the daughter of Scarlet, (Lena Headey) an assassin for a shadowy syndicate called The Firm. When she leaves town in a hurry, Sam (Gillan) takes up the murderous mantle under mentor Nathan (Paul Giamatti). TEAM SPIRIT: Luke Wilson and Martin Sheen co-star While Juanita concentrates on moulding girls into ladies, Rusty inspires the boys in the classroom and then heads outside to assemble a ragtag American football team, featuring a grieving new arrival Hardy (Jake Austin Walker). NOVICE KILLER: Karen Gillan He despatches Scarlet to terminate “an accountant” but she inadvertently murders the son of crime lord Jim McAlester (Ralph Ineson) then disobeys orders to use The Firm’s cash as ransom money for the dead accountant’s eight-year-old daughter, Emily (Chloe Coleman). The boys slowly bend to Rusty’s will, with support from avuncular school medic Doc Hall (Martin Sheen). The newly-formed ‘Mighty Mites’ capture the public’s imagination, sparking a fierce rivalry with Polytechnic High School coached by Luther Scarborough (Lane Garrison). It’s wholesome, old-fashioned fare, Luke Wilson chews lightly on his stirring speeches, but it’s Walker who emerges as this film’s most valuable player. ■ In cinemas from Friday Nathan has no choice but to issue a kill order against Scarlet. She seeks sanctuary with three librarians – Anna May (Angela Bassett), Florence (Michelle Yeoh) and Madeleine (Carla Gugino) – who hide weapons inside classic novels. Gunpowder Milkshake is an explosive and fitfully entertaining melee that puts John Wick and Kill Bill in a blender. Body counts are high but emotionally satisfying thrills are in shorter supply. ■ In selected cinemas and on Sky Cinema from Friday EVEryBODy’s taLKing aBOUt JaMiE (12a) HHHII rEViEWs By DaMOn sMith Life’s a drag, in the best possible sense, in everybody’s Talking About Jamie, a defiantly feel-fabulous film version of the awardwinning coming-of-age musical. 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 as he chases a dream of attending the end-of-year prom as his authentic self, in heels and a dress. Jenny Popplewell’s celebrated 2011 TV documentary Jamie: Drag Queen At 16 provides the narrative framework (footage of the real Jamie and his mother festoons the end credits) which Tom MacRae’s script embroiders with energetically choreographed dream sequences and wrenching ballads from the heart. “This story really happened... then we added the singing and dancing,” cheekily declares the film. Jamie New (Max Harwood) celebrates his 16th birthday with PROM (DRAG) QUEEN Riotous musical follows teenageR’s stRuggle against homophobia to attend his pRom as his tRue self a gift of glittery red heels from his supportive mother, Margaret (sarah Lancashire). Classmate Dean Paxton (samuel Bottomley) bullies Jamie but he deflects barbs flanked by best friend Pritti Pasha (Lauren Patel) and escapes into song-and-dance

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 33 DEVOTED: Sarah Lancashire plays Jamie’s supportive mum ROSE PLAYS JULIE (15) PREVIEW Dublin university veterinary student Rose (Ann Skelly) was adopted as a child. She is haunted by the name on her birth certificate, Julie, wondering how life could have been different if she had grown up with her birth mother calling her name. Unable to escape her past, Rose tracks down her biological mother, an actress named Ellen (Orla FAMILY ISSUES: Ann Skelly as Rose Brady), who is based in London. Initially, Rose stalks her unsuspecting parent and even poses as a house-buyer to charm her way into Ellen’s home and meet her clueless half-sister Eva (Sadie Soverall). When mother and daughter finally meet without pretence, Ellen shocks Rose by revealing the harrowing truth about why she was forced to give up her child for adoption. In response, Rose embraces the persona of Julie to get dangerously close to her biological father, an archaeologist named Peter (Aiden Gillen), on a dig site in the countryside. ■ In selected cinemas from Friday GOING LOCO: Richard E Grant is Jamie’s drag mentor Loco Chanelle NEW STAR: Max Harwood, above, shines as Jamie fantasies. Careers adviser Miss Hedge (Sharon Horgan) laments Jamie’s life goal of performing on stage. Unfazed, he recruits Hugo Battersby (Richard E Grant) aka drag doyenne Loco Chanelle as his mentor. Jamie’s rise to stilettoed greatness is hampered by self-doubt and shame, sown by his homopho- bic father (Ralph Ine- son). With music courtesy of Dan Gillespie Sells from The Feeling, the songs resonate in widescreen including The Wall In My Head, Don’t Even Know It and He’s My Boy, a bal- lad about a mum’s unconditional love, which Sarah Lancashire delivers with emotional punch. A new song, This Was Me, performed largely by Holly Johnson, lead singer of Frankie Goes To Hollywood, is a deeply moving memento mori to beautiful creatures lost to Aids. Powered by Harwood’s performance, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is almost two hours of unabashed pure joy, which preaches self-love with the same intensity as The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert. There are dramatic lulls before Jamie’s big reveal but Butterell know how to get toes tapping. People will be talking, glowingly, about his Jamie. ■ In selected cinemas and on Amazon Prime Video on Friday PEOPLE’S PET AWARDS An uplifting celebration of Britain’s most inspirational pets NOMINATE NOW THEPEOPLESPETAWARDS.CO.UK The story is peppered with musical numbers

34 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Puzzles & Stars Cryptic crossword Quick crossword Gogen 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 8 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Stuck on today’s puzzle? Call 0905 789 4220 to hear individual clues or the full solution. Calls cost 80p per minute plus network extras. Service Provider: Spoke Ltd, helpline 0333 202 3390 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS 17/09/2021 Across: 1 Deliberation; 7 Mined; 8 Clear; 9 Run; 10 Footnotes; 11 Exhale; 12 Equate; 15 Operative; 17 Boa; 18 Right; 19 Eider; 21 Secret Police. Down: 1 Divorce court; 2 Ban; 3 Red-hot; 4 Technique; 5 Overt; 6 Crossexamine; 7 Month; 10 Film actor; 13 Amber; 14 Divest; 16 Eagle; 20 Duo. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS Across: 3 Strip; 9 Closer; 10 Tailor; 11 Widen; 12 Unit; 15 Malice; 17 Recalls; 19 Nod; 20 Eider; 22 Abuts; 24 Aesop; 25 Ether; 27 Old; 29 Singlet; 32 Alarms; 34 Note; 35 Italy; 37 Throne; 38 Tender; 39 Apron. Insert letters to form the listed words, moving between adjacent cells horizontally, vertically or diagonally in any direction. Insert all the remaining letters of the alphabet (except Z) in the grid so all the listed words are spelt out in this way. 1 L O C K J P H Y A W F E M S V X U D I B ACROSS 1. Dirt up, foul back (6) 4. Being dressed, returns worn cover to bed (6) 9. Place teacher – to keep controlling eye on 21 across? (7,6) 10. Unmated, and wild about it! (7) 11. Deliver the harvest (5) 12. Peg by pastime (5) 14. Proper way to help (5) 18. Puller of height? (5) 19. Gambler is a pinhead thruster (7) 21. Currently charged to educate – running on preconceived lines (8,5) 22. Take the plunge, and cause a sensation (6) 23. Showing spots of meanness? (6) ACROSS 3. Remove dirt from (5) 8. Cures (5) 10. Pixie (5) 11. By way of (3) 12. Gives out cards (5) 13. Strengthen (7) 15. Fertile spot (5) 18. Male offspring (3) 19. Acknowledge with praise (6) 21. Down payment (7) 22. Regrets (4) 23. Masculine (4) 24. Book of words (7) 26. Noisy quarrel (6) 29. Auction item (3) 31. Fortune-telling cards (5) 32. Metropolis (7) 34. Boy’s name (5) 35. Vigour, informally (3) 36. Flying toys (5) 37. Hereditary units (5) 38. Walking pole (5) DOWN 1. Stiff actor? Sop up and add the total (6) 2. Drawing a circle. Engine driver needing no 9 across, outmoded by 21 across (8,5) 3. I’d got one honour, so to speak (5) 5. The headshrinker has nasty latent complex – but not under canvas! (7) 6. Making sheep fritters to breach the enemy? (9,4) 7. Unhorse? What a laugh! (6) 8. A sonnet to a Pole (5) 13. Scolds wild bear setup (7) 15. Germs around Tynehead produces horsepower (6) 16. Health resort in the country (5) 17. Like a trademark, it shows spirit (6) 20. Unite? Unravel it (5) DOWN 1. English county (5) 2. Spectacles (7) 4. Look lasciviously (4) 5. At sea (6) 6. Of the nose (5) 7. Characteristic (5) 9. Feel unwell (3) 12. Indicates, designates (7) 14. Summit (3) 16. Girl’s name (5) 17. Cut off (5) 19. Like, resembling (7) 20. A sketch (5) 21. Exclude (5) 23. Reasons (7) 24. Most recent (6) 25. Policeman, informally (3) 27. Of rabies (5) 28. Manages (5) 30. Desert animal (5) 32. Prison room (4) 33. Metallic element (3) Down: 1 Occur; 2 Topic; 3 Sew; 4 Triple; 5 Item; 6 Panacea; 7 Plain; 8 Greed; 13 Netball; 14 Taste; 16 Coronet; 18 Sides; 21 Reign; 23 Stamina; 26 Rialto; 27 Oasts; 28 Dairy; 30 Lords; 31 Tears; 33 Step; 36 Yen. T R Q N G BINDS EPOCH EXTRUDING FUMED HEY LOCKJAW PHYSIQUE SWAY VIM YAMS 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 2 F B G P S I R W O Q K E X U V Codeword 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. 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 C A Need a little help getting started? Then call 0901 293 6261 to hear four random extra letter clues. Or text CODE and send to 64343 to receive 4 clues. Calls and texts cost £1 plus any network extras. Service Provider: Spoke Ltd, helpline 0333 202 3390 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 D A R O E V Y Z L C M Q H 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 I G P S X B T N J F U K W Split Decision Cross out one of the two letters in each divided square to reveal a completed crossword grid. B C I O R T N E S D L D N A M L P E H H U Y T C H N U N E E I O D S N R T N T V C R B I O O A Z S E T BIKE EXACTLY FRENCH GREW JAUNTY MANE POUND POWER SQUANDER VOWEL 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 J YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS C L A S S R N W E A G L E A R A M A Y O R YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS V B H R P J O A W G M L C U N X I E K Q T Y F D S J Q G T R C U B I V M A X E H Y P W N D S K L O F

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 35 In association with teamdogs.co.uk Sudoku 2 1 6 9 6 2 8 4 2 9 8 6 6 5 YESTERDAY’S SUDOKU: Easy Circlegram Niner 9 3 9 7 5 9 6 7 Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 to 9, and so must each 3 x 3 box. EASY 1 4 2 3 1 6 7 9 4 8 7 1 6 2 4 1 4 8 6 2 4 1 5 7 8 3 9 3 9 1 4 2 8 6 7 5 7 8 5 6 3 9 1 4 2 1 5 9 2 6 3 4 8 7 2 6 8 9 7 4 3 5 1 4 7 3 5 8 1 9 2 6 9 1 7 8 4 5 2 6 3 8 3 2 7 9 6 5 1 4 5 4 6 3 1 2 7 9 8 YESTERDAY’S SUDOKU: Hard 3 2 1 8 7 4 1 3 9 5 5 7 5 6 2 HARD 1 7 4 9 5 8 6 7 2 3 1 4 9 5 6 8 8 4 5 3 2 6 9 1 7 6 9 1 5 8 7 3 2 4 3 8 2 6 9 4 1 7 5 9 7 4 8 5 1 2 3 6 1 5 6 2 7 3 4 8 9 5 3 7 9 1 8 6 4 2 4 6 9 7 3 2 8 5 1 2 1 8 4 6 5 7 9 3 Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within the circle can be rearranged to form words with a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark? U O M B U U O L S L ? E A T E H F R YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS The letter represented by the question mark is C. Cabbage, cucumber, broccoli, all vegetables. Alphamuddle Wordsquare Rearrange the letters in the top grid to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed in the bottom grid to start you off. M E T E S T O H T E D S M E D E R E E R S M E E M O T E L O C H R E T H I E F E R E C T L E F T Y N M E T E R Find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found. K T N I N R G E I HOW YOU RATE 20 Good; 25 Very Good; 30 Excellent. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS PARODYING agony, airy, angry, dairy, diary, dingy, dray, drying, dying, gory, grainy, gray, gyro, irony, nary, orgy, parody, paying, pony, pray, praying, prodigy, prying, rainy, randy, rangy, ropy, yard, yarn, yoga, yogi, yond. 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. 56734 gives an oven; 5921146 gives a pan; 8779 gives a chef. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: DYSTOPIAN YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS Find the familiar phrase, saying or name in this arrangement of letters. YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: Act out of character 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 www.dingbats.net 17/09/2021 RUSSELL GRANT For more call 0905 789 4271 For more call 0905 789 4272 For more call 0905 789 4273 For more call 0905 789 4274 For more call 0905 789 4275 VIRGO For more call 0905 789 4276 arIEs March 21–April 20 If you have no set plans right now, you might declutter your surroundings and clear your desk of any paperwork, correspondence and accounts that have recently been neglected. Your priority will be to use your time and energy in as positive a way as you possibly can. TaUrUs April 21-May 21 Professional matters will provide the stimulation you need to feel you are making progress. You are taking on new commitments and the greater the responsibility, the happier you will feel. Some interesting developments will give your family a lot to talk about. GEMINI May 22-June 21 An alert frame of mind will ensure those relying on you in the workplace aren’t let down. Although things won’t go to plan all the time there will be a lot to keep you amused. You might resent demands being made on you within the family in which case speak your mind immediately. caNcEr June 22-July 23 If you drop your guard you could end up spending a lot of time talking but achieving nothing. Concentrate solely on the matter in hand. A group effort will seem to go off course a little and it may be appropriate to keep your next move quiet from some who might try to block your way. lEo July 24-Aug 23 The starting gun has not yet been fired but a project seems to already be under way. You have a lot to grapple with when some people have openly jumped in and took over matters that had been standing still too long. Without warning, you seem to have heaps of things to get on with. Whatever you had planned to do you might find yourself having to help sort out some messy business. You would like to give a younger relative help but it seems they don’t want to know. 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36 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive feed back All letters must include your full address, though this will not be printed. We reserve the right to edit letters, which must be a maximum of 250 words. Write to Letters, Ground Floor Hudson Quay, The Halyard, Middlehaven, Middlesbrough TS3 6rT or email letters@gazettemedia.co.uk YOUR VIEW Today’s column is by Linda Haggie, area manager for Alzheimer’s Society in Tees Valley, North and East Yorkshire Saltburn at 6am, taken by Karen Porritt from Brotton For decades, Alzheimer’s Society has been campaigning for the rights of people affected by dementia, urging the Government to cure our ailing social care system. Earlier this month, we moved a step closer to that goal. Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally acted on the promise he made two years ago on the steps of Downing Street to “fix social care once and for all”. Sadly, he hasn’t quite done that, and while the planned changes do represent a significant step in the right direction, there’s still a long way to go. It’s estimated the proposed increase in National Insurance by 1.25% will raise £12bn a year, which will initially go towards easing pressure on the NHS. A proportion will then be moved into social care system over the next three years. So far, so good. However, funding is only part of the puzzle. The Government must ensure a fair and sustainable system of social care which provides high-quality care and support now and in the future for the people who need it most. Setting a cap on care costs is a move that’s long overdue. It’s not unusual for people to spend hundreds of thousands of pounds on their care, often being forced to sell a family home. However, yet again, the plans don’t go far enough. The proposed cap of £86,000 is worryingly high and is unlikely to make a difference to the majority of people with dementia. Much more needs to be done. Indeed, Alzheimer’s Society believes social care must be treated on equal footing with our world-class NHS if we are to see real change. In the meantime, we are eager to see the Government follow with a clear timetable for delivery – one that does not let down the hopes of the 850,000 people with dementia and their families. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER www.teessidelive.co.uk/signup subscription offers If you live in the area, you can choose to have your copy home delivered and save on the cover price along with no extra delivery charges*. Call 0333 202 8000 for details. *Terms & Conditions. Published by Gazette Media Company Ltd at Ground Floor East, Hudson Quay, The Halyard, Middlehaven, Middlesbrough TS3 6RT and printed by Reach Printing Services (Teesside) Ltd at Barton Road, Riverside Park, Middlesbrough TS2 1UT. Registered as a newspaper at the Post Office. The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2016 was 62.8% No new NHS managers RegaRding the latest statement from the government regarding the rise in taxes to fund the nHS to help in its fight against Covid-19 and the everincreasing backlog of people requiring hospitalisation (thousands with serious illnesses). The nHS is rightly revered in this country, by that we mean the doctors, nursing staff and all its auxiliary workers. The so-called top management are on six-figure salaries, in some cases, on Teesside, over £300,000. i dare say this is prevalent throughout the nHS. Recently, in the national media it has been announced that the nHS is to employ 42 extra middle management on a salary which far exceeds our PM’s. Considering the outstanding work that frontline nHS workers did and are still doing it beggars belief that this money will not go to where it should. The nHS in theory was a marvelous invention and purpose in 1947, with the slogan “from cradle to the grave”, and certainly was proficient in its infancy. Unfortunately, like many good and just ideas it has become abused and is now a black hole to empty taxpayers’ money into. We all know the many reasons why it’s not working, but a salient point could be that such a noble and well-meaning idea has never been copied by another country, why? On a finishing note, people throughout the UK stood out on Thursday evenings at 8pm and clapped in appreciation. How long will it be until the legal vultures will be sending out letters to contact them if your nearest and dearest contacted Covid-19 in hospital or care home. The cost will be billions and down to the taxpayer again. ALAN YOUNG, Middlesbrough Steelworks tower is an unsafe ugly relic Kevin Culley’s comments to retain the dorman Long Tower are more from the heart than the head. (alternative for tower – The gazette 14.09.21) i am 86 years old and was born in Middlesbrough. My grandfather was killed in the steelworks circa 1910 and my father also worked in the steelworks, but i find the tower an ugly relic that will become a constant safety hazard. He states “the site is not accessible to the public anyway”. does he think a fence will prevent people gaining entry out of curiosity? it wouldn’t! His criticism re “Redcar council not having the will to make it happen” in my opinion is unfair. Teessiders have lost some architectural buildings by irresponsible council decisions but this ugly building should be demolished. S HICKS, Marton Appreciation for the wild flowerbeds COULd i just, through The gazette, congratulate Middlesbrough Council’s area Care Team for the wild flowerbeds that they planted around the town and in each ward of the town. Hopefully the seeds that are reproduced by the flowers will give us a better show next year. 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facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 41 Spotlight You’re finally heading out on tour with your postponed stand-up show Audience Precipitation. Have you had to change it much postlockdowns? (Laughs) I’m dying to get back on stage before I kill someone. I’m like a house on fire. I’m planning to start the show with a little two-and-a-half minute montage of all the things I’ve got up to since March last year. I have a photo of me at the beginning of it all in a supermarket in Ireland with empty shelves – that’s how crazy things were. People thought all the food was going to go. I also invented a quiz show in my toilet. I had a ‘guess the movie or TV show’ round using only things around me. A razor and some trainers became Blade Runner and I used a heart and a gravy boat for Love Boat. Some people started moaning to me about the last one. The show was planned to start last year to mark your 25 years of consecutive Edinburgh Fringe shows and tours. How did you cope when everything came to a halt? I was ready to go to Australia on tour. People think it’s like a beach holiday, but it’s three weeks of festivals and shows and travelling around performing to thousands of people. That got cancelled, then festival gigs disappeared and I had soldout 800-seater Edinburgh shows for three weeks, but everything went. What helped is that I had been studying meditation and have had therapy. I can’t rate that highly enough. If I could I’d marry my therapist, I would. She’s in her 60s and might not be keen though. I had already been to therapy to help deal with the stress of work before the pandemic and I learned the best way of dealing with everything was to keep your brain busy, but therapy is expensive, so we started doing online stuff with podcast Mind Your Loaf. (Laughs) Half of my fans would be watching with a glass of wine saying ‘Go on , Jason’. It was great fun. I also did Check In Sundays for anyone who was living alone so they could have a bit of contact. Then there was The Good Room with people like Ardal O’Hanlon and Father Ted writer Arthur Mathews talking about growing up in Ireland. Jason at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2013 Jason Byrne tells Marion McMullen how toilet humour and a TikTok ban have done wonders for his career How did you feel being banned from TikTok for impersonating Body Coach Joe Wicks? The funny thing is I’ve been doing Joe Wicks comedy sketches for ages. He’s a lovely man and I think he is amazing, but I had a pair of tights with a sock sort of hanging from the gym shorts ... and TikTok deleted my whole account. Not even a rebuke first. Mind you, I can highly recommend being banned by TikTok for any comedian. The publicity has been great for ticket sales. How tough has the year been for you? My dad, Paddy, passed away last year in February before all the restrictions. When we had the funeral, everyone was talking about him and telling stories, so many stories. Friends and family and fake uncles I didn’t even know were telling me all these tales so I now have something online called the Paddy Lama with quotes of all the things he said like ‘It’s healthy to be mental’. I think older people have handled the pandemic best, but we don’t follow rules well in Ireland. People see arrows on supermarket floors and deliberately go the wrong way. My dad would not have followed the rules and stayed put either. He would have been driving for miles for a pint of Guinness somewhere. Has the vaccine made a big difference to the return of live shows? I’ve heard all the conspiracy theories about the pandemic. All I can say is if it is a conspiracy theory it’s a good one. Most of this stuff comes from people who don’t know what they are talking about. I’ve a friend who has nearly died three times from heroin, sniffing glue, aerosols and the like. He’s in recovery now, but said he didn’t want to take the vaccine because he didn’t want to put poison into his body. I’m like ‘but you used to take heroin’. I’ve even been accused of being sponsored by Pfizer. (Laughs) I don’t think they need to pay an Irish comedian to speak for them. It never rains but it pours: Comedian Jason Byrne’s Audience Precipitation show was due to celebrate 25 years of consecutive Edinburgh Fringe shows Feel the Byrne My dad would not have followed the rules and stayed put either. He would have been driving for miles for a pint of Guinness somewhere. Jason on his late father, Paddy Another friend called me the other day and said ‘You’re on Mastermind’. I switched on and there was this young lad in his 20s and John Humphrys asked ‘Who was the referee of the over-75s match in Father Ted?’ And he nodded his head and said ‘Sean Byrne’. What was it like performing in a multi-story car park for your first Edinburgh Festival shows this summer? (Laughs) I never thought I’d be playing in a car park, but then I never thought I’d be doing a quiz show and playing the trumpet in my toilet and accidently flushing things down it. I would have said no to a car park in the past, but now anything goes. It’s also great being able to stand on a stage and talk for a couple of hours without being interrupted. My two sons just tell me ‘Shut up, Dad’. What’s really lovely is that when the tour was postponed not a single person asked for a ticket refund. They were like, ‘We’ll wait for you Jason.’ That’s really touching. Mind you, it’s been a year without income. The venues still have hold of all the cash. ■■Jason Byrne’s 28-date Audience Precipitation UK tour has just started. Tickets are on sale now from JasonByrne.ie SHOWBUZZ Back to Stand-up for stirling Love Island narrator Iain Stirling made his debut TV sitcom this summer with Buffering and is now back on the road with rescheduled stand-up tour Falling Upwards. It sees him explore his inability to function in the most basic of public settings and social media’s constant pressure to “live your best life”. Go to iaindoesjokes.com for ticket information. peter kay’s sound of laughter Peter Kay has finally recorded an audio version of his bestselling autobiography The Sound Of Laughter – 15 years after it was published. The comedy favourite recorded everything at home and says: “I’d never read the book since I wrote it in 2006. “It was fascinating, like reading something that somebody else had written. Although weirdly, even though I knew what was coming next, I’d forgotten so much of what I’d written.” It is now available to download from Audible. More chuckles from Chowdhry Paul Chowdhry is returning to the stage with his new adult stand-up tour Family Friendly Comedian. He says he has two years’ worth of pent-up killer material to unleash, adding: “We’re living in troubled times, so once again I must put my cape on and save humanity.” The tour runs from October 19. Visit paulchowdhry.com for further details. Pop twist to an Austen classic Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of) offers a pop musical version of Jane’s Austen’s classic love story with men, money and microphones being fought over in this irreverent but affectionate adaptation by Isobel McArthur. It features pop songs like You’re So Vain and I Got You Babe and is heading to London’s West End with previews at the Criterion Theatre from October 15. Go to prideandprejudicesortof. com for bookings.

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facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 43 AMER JEFF My little brother What can I say, A gentle heart, A handsome face, Wrong time, Wrong place. Loved always. Heartbroken sister Karen and brother in law Jeff xx AMER JEFF Fantastic Brother in law and Uncle. Always made us smile. Going to be sadly missed. Rest easy Jeffers. Ed, Leigh, Lauren & Emily AMER JEFFREY JAMES (Jeff) Tragically taken from our world in a motorbike accident, Jeff aged 58 years died on his way home from Whitby on Thursday 9th September 2021. Beloved soulmate and husband of Tracy, devoted dad to James and Kirsty, treasured brother to Karen and Richard and loved brother-in-law to Eddy, Leigh and Sarah. Words cannot describe how devastated and heartbroken we all are at the loss of the most important person in our family. Jeff was the most caring, generous and selfless person anyone could have met. Those who knew Jeff have only treasured memories of an amazing man. He was always busy and wouldn't say no to anyone if they asked for his help. The twinkle in Jeff's eyes and his infectious smile will be cherished and sadly missed. Good night, God bless 'Darl'... We all love you. The funeral service and cremation takes place on Thursday 30th September at 1.30pm in the Chapel of St Bede, Teesside Crematorium. Will family and friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if so desired to The Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary. A donation box will be provided after the service. Please NO BLACK... wear your 'best' jeans or cargo pants, together with a polo shirt, t-shirt or biking leathers (MotoGP or motorbike themed). A live link for the funeral is available https://www. wesleymedia.co.uk/ webcast-view Login / Order ID: 108978 Password: uztzumnj please follow the link provided. All enquiries to The Co-op Funeralcare Marton, 36 Stokesley Road. Tel 01642 313184. BOWEN DAVID Loving husband of Maureen "he was her rock". A loving brother in law to Margaret and Bill also uncle to Lynsey, Mark and Lindsey, also great uncle to Jake. Funeral service to take place on Thursday 30th September at St Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium at 11.am. Family flowers only, donations in lieu of flowers to the Dementia Ward at James Cook Hospital. CHARROUX MONIQUE Passed away in Stainton Way Care Home on August 31st Monique aged 91 years. Funeral service and cremation takes place on Friday September 24th at 1.45pm in St Hildas Chapel, Teesside Crematorium. Will friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. All enquiries to Co-op Funeralcare, Memorial House, 398 Linthorpe Road tel 01642 828301 DENT JOHN Passed away peacefully on 6th September aged 87 years. Loving partner to Mary, father to James and Fiona and fatherin-law to Jeremy and Andrea. A loving grandad to Jessica, Chloe and Liam. Funeral Service to take place at St Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium on Friday 1st October at 1.30pm. Family flowers only. FINDLAY RONALD Peacefully passed away at home on the 31st August. A devoted Husband to Jan and a much loved Dad and Grandad. Funeral service to be held on Monday 20th September in Maplewood Chapel, Stockton Crematorium at 1pm. All enquiries to Rose Funerals, Stockton 01642 677114. GALLAGHER SANDRA Passed away peacefully on the 5th September. Loving wife of Michael Gallagher, loving mother of Michael James Gallagher, loving nanna of James Gallagher. God bless you rest in peace. Funeral service to take place at Kirkleatham Crematorium, Tuesday 21st September 2021 at 11:00. All donations received, in lieu of flowers, will be given to Dr Hamad Sudanese Fund Appeal. All enquiries to Roseberry Funeral Services 01642 756324 GARDSIDE GEORGE Peacefully at Alice House Hospice, Hartlepool on September 5th aged 83 years. Much loved brother to Carole and Jim and brother in law to Margaret. A dear uncle, great uncle and friend to many. Would family and friends please meet for service and cremation at Maplewood Chapel, Stockton Crematorium on Thursday September 23rd at 2:00pm. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired are for Alice House Hospice. GREENWOOD JOHN (Guisborough). It is with deepest sorrow we announce the passing of John Greenwood of Nashua, NH, (formerly of Guisborough) with his wife, Sonia Ascher, and his older son, Jeremy, at his side. He was 83. John will be deeply missed by his family and many others who loved him so much. We all carry a hole in our heart from his passing. The family has requested that remembrances be made in the form of donations to the MS Society. Funeral service will be private. To leave an online message of condolence, please visit www. farwellfuneralservice.com HOLDSWORTH NEVILLE FRANCIS Passed away on 31st August, Neville aged 38 years. Very loved Son of Sylvia and Step-Son of Chris. Loving Brother of Anthony and Natalie. Treasured Dad of Cody. Dearly loved Nephew of Erin and much loved Cousin of Laura & Emily. All flowers welcome. Service to be held on Tuesday 21st September in St Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium at 1pm. All enquiries to Rose Funerals, Middlesbrough, Tel 01642 820795 INGHAM HARRY It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Harry aged 92 years. Harry passed away peacefully on 12th September 2021. Dearly loved Husband of Dot, devoted Dad to Susan and Jonathan. Cherished Father-in-law of Andrea and dearly loved Grandad to Sophie, Hayley and Lucas. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Funeral service and cremation to be held on Thursday 23rd September in St Bedes Chapel, Teesside Crematorium at 3.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired to The Royal British Legion, a donation box will be provided after the service. JOHNSON DESMOND After a long and full life, Des died at Sand Banks Care Centre, Redcar on 23rd August. He was visited by his loving wife Kath, also a resident at Sand Banks, shortly before he died. Funeral service to be held at Kirkleatham Crematorium on Friday 24th September at 1.00pm. Resting at Stanway and Garnett Funeral Directors, 114 High Street, Redcar. Tel: 01642 477257 LOVEGREEN JOHN FREDERICK Peacefully at home on September 12th with his loving family close by his side, John aged 88 years. Adored husband of the late Honor, treasured dad of Paul and Carol, loving father in law of Lynn and Rob, beloved grandad of Kelly, Johnathon and Sophie, very special great grandad of Niall, Ben, Mathew, Megan and Jaxson, dearly loved brother of Jean, loved and missed by Kev, Lauren and Shaun. Service and cremation to take place on Monday September 27th in The Maplewood Chapel, Stockton Crematorium at 10.00am. Would friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. John touched the lives of so many and was loved by them all. Reunited with the love of his life. Together for eternity. Goodnight and God bless from your heartbroken Family and friends xxx POUNDER MAVIS (nee Percival) Peacefully on September 10th with her family by her side Mavis aged 88 years. Beloved partner of the late Albert, dearly loved mam of Stephen and Heather, sadly missed mother-in-law of Andrea and Mark, much loved nanna of Melissa, Natalie, Jake and Sienna and a dear sister of Vera. Funeral service and cremation to take place on Thursday September 23rd at 10.30am in the chapel of St Bede Teesside Crematorium. Would friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. Floral tributes and all enquiries to The Co-op Funeralcare Memorial House 398 Linthorpe Road Tel 01642 828301 STANWICK TARIQ (Taz) Peacefully on August 31st, Taz aged 38 years. Cherished fiancé of Lisa- Maria. Much loved son of Lynn, dearly loved brother of Gary and Lisa, dear brother in law of Stacey and Jason, adored uncle of Shaun, Tori and Hope and loving nephew of Julie and Rob, Barbara and Brian, Peter, David, Alby and the late Jayne and Alan. Funeral service takes place on Wednesday September 22nd at 11am in St Bede's Chapel, Teesside Crematorium prior to interment at Eston Cemetery. Will friends please meet at the Crematorium chapel. Flowers welcome or donations in lieu if so desired in Taz's memory. A donation box will be provided at the service. All enquiries to Coop Funeralcare, 398 Linthorpe Road. Tel: 01642-828301. STEPHENSON KENNETH (KEN) Passed away on September 10th Ken aged 87 years. Beloved husband of the late Brenda, dear dad of Kenny, Julia and Stewart, loving brother of Ann, Colin and the late Joe and Edie and grandad of Sarah, Jordan, Robert, Ellie, Lewis and Sol. Funeral service and cremation takes place on Friday September 24th at 10.30am in St Bedes Chapel, Teesside Crematorium. Will friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. Floral tributes maybe sent to Co-op Funeralcare, Memorial House, 398 Linthorpe Road tel 01642 828301 TROWBRIDGE FLORENCE ROSENA 10th September, Florence Rosena, passed away at Middleton Hall Retirement Village in her 100th year. Private funeral to take place at The West Cemetery Chapel, Darlington at 11.00am on Monday 4th October. No flowers by request. WALKER DEREK WILLIAM Peacefully on Tuesday 31st August 2021 at home in Lingdale, aged 74 years. Much loved dad of Gary, Shaun, Nicola and Graeme. Loving step dad to Wayne and Shaun. Loving grandad of Olivia, Jordon, Elliott, Gracie, Harry, Kaiden, Corey, Callum, Korben, Willow, Keaton and Ollie. Funeral service and cremation to take place at Kirkleatham crematorium on Monday 20th September at 12 noon. Would friends please meet at the crematorium. 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ExCEPt Part Ex BarGain Tod Point Road, Warrenby Business Park, Clean cars www.redcarmotorcompany.co.uk Redcar TS10 5BQ wanted for cash BIRKBROW MOTOR COMPANY www.birkbrowmotorco.co.uk LOW MILEAGE CAR CENTRE 01287 282633 | 07835 106883 AUTOMATICS 2014 NISSAN NOTE 1.2 ACENTA PREMIUM AUTOMATIC Pearl White Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Privacy Glass Power Steering, Electric Windows Front And Rear, CD Radio, Bluetooth Phone Connection, Sat Nav, Aircon, A Very Clean Car Offering Excellent Economy Plus Reliability Having Covered A Very Low 26,000 Miles Very Few Autos About So Be Quick £7,995 2018 FORD FOCUS 1000CC ECObOOST TITANIUM 5 DOOR FAMILy HATCH, Blue Metallic Colour Coded Bumpers With Parking Sensors, Factory Alloy Wheels Rear Privacy Glass, Heated Front Screen Climate Control Digital Radio With Integrated Infotainment System, Sat-Nav, Bluetooth Hands Free Phone Connection, Front And Rear Electric Windows, This Very Nice Looking Car Offers Excellent Economy Plus Value Having Covered A Very Low 12,000 Miles £12,995 2020 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 SE PREMIUM 5 DOOR HATCH New Model Brilliant White Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Parking Sensors, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Remote Central Locking With Factory Fitted Engine Immobiliser Aircon, DAB Radio, Infotainment Screen With Bluetooth Handsfree, Heated Front Seats, A Very Smart Looking Car Offering Exceptional Economy Plus Remainder Of Manufactures Warranty And Having Covered Only 13,000 Miles £12,995 66 PLATE VAUXHALL MOkkA X 1.4 TURbO ACTIVE 5 DOOR SUV Silver Metallic, Colour Coded Bumpers, Parking Sensors Power Steering, Electric Windows, Aircon Dab Radio With Integrated Infotainment System Hands Free Phone Connection This Is A Lovely Car In 1St Class Condition Offering Great Looks And Space, One Of The Best Selling Cars In The Uk Representing Great Value Having Covered Only 13,000 Miles Bargain Only £12,695 2019 VAUXHALL ADAM 1.2 GRIFFIN 3 DOOR HATCH Bright Ferrari Red Colour Coded Bumpers, Gloss Black Alloys And Roof, Power Steering Electric Windows, Remote Central Locking Aircon, DAB Radio, Handsfree Phone Connection Sat-Nav, Half Leather Trim, Stunning Looking Car With Loads Of Spec Having Covered A Very Low 6,000 Miles Plus The Remainder Of The Manufacturers Warranty This Car Looks And Drives Like New Only £9,995 2017 NISSAN JUkE 1.2 ACENTA 5 DOOR SUV Purple Metallic Colour Coded Bumpers, Rear Privacy Glass Factory Alloy Wheels, Power Steering, Aircon, Cd Radio Bluetooth Hands Free Phone Connection This Is A Very Attractive Colour And Will Sell Very Quickly Having Covered Only 33000 Miles Great Value Only £8,995 2015 NISSAN PULSAR 1.5 TURbO DIESEL N-TEC 5 DOOR HATCH, Pearl White Metallic Colour Coded Bumpers Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Parking Camera, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Front And Rear Aircon, Digital Radio With Bluetooth And Integrated Sat Nav, This Very Smart Looking Car Similar Size To Almera Offers Excellent Economy Plus Power From The 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23,000 miles with full service history, nice high seating position for easy access, electric windows, CD player with aux very low insurance group and running costs, only £20 a year road tax, superb condition inside and out, comes with 12m mot, 12m gold warranty, 12 AA cover, HPi check and printout, fully valeted £3,995 12 PLATE VAuXHALL CORSA 1.2 SE 5 DOOR HATCHbACk in glacier white with factory alloy wheels, low mileage with full service history, half leather interior, air con, CD player with aux, low insurance group, lower tax bracket, very popular small high spec car, comes with 12m MOT, 12m gold warranty, 12m AA cover, HPi check and printout, fully valeted £3,995 13 PLATE CITROEN C1 VTR 3 DOOR HATCHbACk in bright red, low mileage with full service history, low insurance group, free road tax model, electric windows, remote locking, air con, CD player with aux, very economical little car to run, comes with 12m MOT, 12m gold warranty 12m AA cover, HPi check and printout, fully valeted 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Wine Red Metallic, Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Privacy Glass, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Front And Rear Aircon, Sat Nav, Bluetooth Phone Connection, A Great Looking Car Offering Exceptional Economy Plus Representing Excellent Value Having Covered A Very Low 20,000 Miles £7,995 2016 NISSAN JUkE 1.6 5 DOOR, SUV Bright Red Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Aircon Digital With Sat-Nav, Hands Free Phone Connection Smart Looking Car Having Covered Only 28,000 Miles £7,995 2014 FORD FIESTA 1.2 ZETEC 5 DOOR HATCH Blue Metallic Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Power Steering Electric Windows Remote Central Locking, Aircon, CD Radio, Hands Free Phone Connection This Best Selling Car Offers Exceptional Economy Plus Reliability Having Covered A Mere 6,000 Miles A Great Buy At Only £7,995 2015 RENAULT CLIO 1.2 DyNAMIQUE 5 DOOR HATCH Red Metallic Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Privacy Glass, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Digital Radio Sat-Nav, Hands Free Phone Connection, Air Con Lovely Looking Car Offering Style Plus Economy Having Covered A Very Low 16000 Miles Great Value Only £7,695 2018 VAUXHALL VIVA 1000CC SE 5 DOOR SMALL HATCHbACk Power Steering, Electric Windows, Remote Central Locking With Engine Immobiliser System, Aircon, Digital Radio With Bluetooth Handsfree Phone Connection, This Is A Very Clean Car Offering Exception Economy Plus A Lovely Smooth Drive, The Ideal Runabout Plus Offering Great Value Having Covered Only 12,000 Miles £6,995 2018 FIAT 500 1.2 3 DOOR HATCH In Bright Cherry Red With Colour Coded Bumpers, Power Steering, Remote Central Locking With Factory Fitted Anti Theft System, Electric Windows, Digital Radio With Bluetooth Hands Free, This Is A Very Clean Car Offering Excellent Economy Having Covered A Very Low 16,000 Miles £6,995 2015 CORSA 1.2 DESIGN 5 DOOR HATCH Metallic Paint Colour Coded Bumpers With Factory Alloy Wheels, Power Steering, 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kA 1.2 ZETEC 3 DOOR HATCH Brilliant White Colour Coded Bumpers, Factory Alloy Wheels, Rear Privacy Glass, Power Steering, Electric Windows, Remote Central Locking, Aircon, CD Radio, A Lovely Smart Looking Car Offering Cheap Road Tax Low Insurance Great Economy Plus Having Covered A Mere 17000 Miles £5,695 10 PLATE RENAuLT CLIO 1.1 HATCHbACk 3 DOOR i music special edition in blue metallic with factory alloy wheels only 40,000 miles with service history, remote locking, CD player with aux, electric windows and mirrors, very low insurance group, ideal 1st car that comes with 12m MOT, 12m gold warranty, 12m AA cover, HPi check and print out, fully valeted £2,995 57 PLATE VAuXHALL CORSA 1.0 LIFE 3 DOOR HATCHbACk in jet black metallic this total one off car has had 1 lady owner from new and a very low 16,000 miles from new (yes 16,000 miles) with full vauxhall main dealer service history (just serviced in june 21) IDEAL 1ST CAR it drives as new and will come with 12m MOT 12m AA cover, HPi 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fully valeted £2,795 62 PLATE CITROEN C1 HATCHbACk 3 DOOR in silver metallic, low mileage with service history (recently serviced) just had 12m MOT with no advisories, free road tax model, very low insurance group, new tyres all round comes with MOT until April 2022, 12m AA cover, HPi check and print out ideal 1st car with low running costs £2,795 59 PLATE mAZDA 2 TAmuRA 1.3 (SPECIAL EDITION) 3 DOOR in blackberry metallic with factory alloy wheels and factory body kit, only 1 lady owner from new 79,000 miles with full service history, electric pack including windows and power fold mirrors CD player with aux, fantastic runaround with years of life left, a very well looked after car, comes with 12m MOT 12m AA cover, HPi check and printout, fully valeted £2,795 2010 SuZukI SWIFT 1.3 HATCHbACk 3 DOOR in satin silver metallic, low mileage, low insurance group so ideal 1st car, it has remote central locking electric windows, electric mirrors, CD player, superb nippy little runaround, comes 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As the above application is a householder application, in the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission dealt with on the basis of written representations, any representations made will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no further opportunity to comment. R/2021/0680/CA: Installation of roller shutter doors to 2 undercroft car parking areas at 1-24 Zetland Court, Dundas Street East, Saltburn. R/2021/0708/CA: Conversion of former church to commercial & cultural hub at Loftus United Reform Church, West Road, Loftus. R/2021/0726/CA: Erection of a pair of semi-detached dwellings at Land adjacent to Suncroft, Chapel Street, Guisborough. R/2021/0739/CA: Change of use of house in multiple occupation to 4 self-contained apartments at Diamond Guest House, 9 Diamond Street, Saltburn. R/2021/0742/CA: Replacement of windows with juliette balconies at front of 39 Marine Parade, Saltburn. 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Applications submitted under Article 15 of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) Order 2015: R/2021/0753/FFM: Change of use of land to B2/B8 use; laying of hardstanding and boundary fencing at Land east of Dockside Road, South Bank. R/2021/0737/FFM: Residential development of 9 supported living apartments; 10 quarter houses with associated landscaping at Former Luke Senior, Park Lane, Guisborough. Applications can be viewed on the Council's website: www. redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/Planning. Anyone who wishes to make representations on the above should make them in writing to the Section within 21 days of the date of this publication. Under the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 any representations made are available for public inspection. 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A Guide to Making Representations is available from the Traffic Commissioner’s Office. NEIL HODGSON (otherwise Brian Neil Hodgson)(Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the above named, late of 43a Wimpole Road, Stockton-on- Tees, Cleveland, TS19 7LP, who died on 13/03/2021, are required to send written particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before 18/11/2021, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims and interests of which they have had notice. Lloyds Bank , Estate Administration Service, Po Box 5005 Lancing, BN99 8AZ REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL ESTON ROAD, SOUTH BANK, MIDDLESBROUGH (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING) ORDER 2021 Not less than 7 days herefrom the Council intends to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the length of road specified below. The effect of the Order will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in the lengths of road specified in the schedule below. Access will be available to residents’ properties within the closure. Local diversions will be in operation. The Order will come into operation on 1.10.21 and remain in operation for a period of 18 Months. The works will be carried out 7am to 5pm and are expected to be completed by 1.4.22. SCHEDULE Eston Road, South Bank from the junction with the A66 heading north to the junction with John Boyle Road and Middlesbrough Road East South Bank. J Sampson, Managing Director, Redcar and Cleveland House, Kirkleatham Street, Redcar TS10 1RT REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL WEST STREET, NORMANBY (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING) ORDER 2021 Not less than 7 days herefrom the Council intends to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the length of road specified below. The effect of the Order will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in the lengths of road specified in the schedule below. Access will be available to residents’ properties within the closure. Local diversions will be in operation. The Order will come into operation on 4.10.21 and remain in operation for 18 months. The works are expected to be completed in 5 days. SCHEDULE West Street, Normanby from the junction of The Jennings to the Junction of the High Street J Sampson, Managing Director, Redcar and Cleveland House, Kirkleatham Street, Redcar, TS10 1RT JOHN EVAN DICKSON (Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the above named, late of 42 Arlington Road, MIDDLESBROUGH, TS5 7RE, who died on 28/04/2021, are required to send written particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before 18/11/2021, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to the claims and interests of which they have had notice. Christopher Malcolm Dickson, The London Gazette (20524), PO Box 3584, Norwich NR7 7WD

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 49 facebook.com/TeessideGazette NEWBURY TOMORROW CATTERICK TOMORROW NEWMARKET TOMORROW WOLVERHAMPTON TOMORROW AYR TOMORROW Going: Good to soft Draw: High numbers best in large fields, especially in very soft ground. Going: Good Draw: Low numbers have an advantage in races over five and seven furlongs, high best over six furlongs. Going: Good to soft Draw: Inconsistent. Going: Good to firm Draw: A middle to high draw is an advantage in sprint races, low numbers favoured on the round course. Going: Standard Draw: Little effect. 1.10 SIR DAVID SIEFF EBF NOVICE STAKES (DIV 1) (STR) (4) (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £4,860 (13 run) RTV 1 (4) 6 Beaches (10) C Hills 9-5............................................W Buick 57 2 (5) 6 Brilliant Blue (14) G L Moore 9-5................... C Shepherd 13 3 (10) 7 Codswallop (24) A West 9-5............ Elisha Whittington (5) — 4 (8) 4 Dubai Poet (36) R Varian 9-5.................................. A Atzeni 63 5 (6) 832 Gaius (25) R Hannon 9-5........................................S M Levey 75 6 (9) Greg The Great E J-Houghton 9-5.........................C Bishop — 7 (12) Jabbar A Balding 9-5............................................O Murphy — 8 (1) Mambo Beat C Cox 9-5............................................. A Kirby — 9 (11) 05 Nietzsche’s Star (36) A Balding 9-5................James Doyle 41 10 (7) Royal Aviation R Beckett 9-5..............................R Hornby — 11 (3) Tropical Talent D Elsworth 9-5.........................D Probert — 12 (2) Zoom R Hannon 9-5................................................. P Dobbs — 13 (13) 9 Mrembo (16) J Portman 9-0................................G Downing 19 BETTING: 9-4 Dubai Poet, 4 Beaches, 9-2 Gaius, 7 Jabbar, 8 Royal Aviation, 10 Mambo Beat, 16 Tropical Talent, 20 Zoom, Nietzsche’s Star, Brilliant Blue, 25 Others. 2020: OO DE LALLY 9 5, David Probert 125-1 (A Balding), drawn (5), 13 ran. 1.40 HEATHERWOLD STUD HANDICAP (STR) (3) 7f Winner £6,210 (12 run) RTV 1 (9) 775 Diocles Of Rome (35) R Beckett 6 9-12 (D4)..........R Hornby 89 2 (8) 333 Ivatheengine (8) P & O Cole 4 9-10.....................M Tabti (7) 90 3 (6) /25 The Turpinator (8) M Tregoning 4 9-10................ A Atzeni 86 4 (7) 054 Tom Collins (84) W Haggas 4 9-9 (D)................T Marquand 87 5 (2) 931 Firepower (19) Muir & Grassick 4 9-8 (D)...............M Dwyer 92 6 (3) 153 Mr Tyrrell (14) R Hannon 7 9-6 (D)................. L Browne (7) 89 7 (4) 316 Spanish Star (8) P Chamings 6 9-6 (CD)................D Probert 92 8 (12) 884 Dulas (23) C Hills 4 9-6 (D)..................................James Doyle 95 9 (5) 096 Huddleton Mac (8) H Morrison 3 9-6 (D)................N Currie 84 10 (1) 222 Il Bandito (42) C Hills 3 9-5 (BF, D2).........................W Buick 92 11 (10) 226 Paxos (30) E Walker 4 9-5 (BF, D2)...........................O Murphy 94 12 (11) 564 Green Power (19) J Gallagher 6 8-12............. P J McDonald 94 BETTING: 5 Firepower, 6 Mr Tyrrell, 13-2 Il Bandito, Paxos, 15-2 Ivatheengine, 10 Dulas, Tom Collins, The Turpinator, Spanish Star, 12 Others. 2020: EPIC ENDEAVOUR 3 8 13, David Egan 10-1 (W Muir), drawn (10), 17 ran. 2.15 WORLD TROPHY STAKES (GROUP 3) (1) 5f Winner £39,697 (8 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (3) 031 Hurricane Ivor (7) W Haggas 4 9-1 (D2).........T Marquand 122 2 (8) 451 Khaadem (10) C Hills 5 9-1 (C, D)............................ J Crowley 122 3 (6) 736 King’s Lynn (63) A Balding 4 9-1 (BF, D).................O Murphy 120 4 (5) 402 Makanah (43) J Camacho 6 9-1 (D5)......................D Probert 118 5 (2) 220 Moss Gill (29) E Bethell 5 9-1 (D5)................... P J McDonald 125 6 (1) 311 Tis Marvellous (21) C Cox 7 9-1 (D6)....................... A Kirby 122 7 (7) 193 Atalis Bay (14) M Botti 3 9-0 (D3)............................ A Atzeni 118 8 (4) 468 Significantly (6) K Burke 3 9-0 (D2).......................W Buick 116 BETTING: 3 Khaadem, 7-2 Tis Marvellous, King’s Lynn, 9-2 Hurricane Ivor, 13-2 Moss Gill, 12 Atalis Bay, 20 Significantly, 25 Makanah. 2020: LAZULI 3 9 0, William Buick 5-2 (C Appleby), drawn (9), 7 ran. FORM GUIDE: KHAADEM 5-4fav Made most, ridden and ran on (new track record), won at Doncaster 5f listed stks (1) gf beating Live In The Moment by 1 3/4l, 6 ran. KING’S LYNN 9-4fav Tracked leaders in near side trio, never on terms with leaders, 6th of 7, 4 1/2l behind Happy Romance at Newbury 6f Grp 3 (1) gf in Jul. TIS MARVELLOUS 7-1 Tracked leaders, switched right and headway under 2f out, switched left and closed to challenge over 1f out, led inside final furlong, quickened clear closing stages, easily, won at Beverley 5f Listed stks (1) gf in Aug beating Justanotherbottle by 4l, 11 ran. HURRICANE IVOR 11-2fav Distracted by horse and taken out of stalls then reloaded, held up towards rear, good headway far side of group chasing leaders 2f out, ridden and ran on inside final furlong to lead towards finish, won at Doncaster 6f hcp (2) gs beating Boundless Power by 1/2l, 16 ran. 2.25 SUPPORTING NATIONAL RACEHORSE WEEK NURSERY (4) (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £3,726 (5 run) RTV 1 (5) 311 My Little Tip (4) G Boughey 9-9(6ex) (D2)........S Osborne (5) 81 2 (4) 182 Neptune Legend (14) H Palmer 9-7 (D)...................L Morris 73 3 (2) 483 Eternal Glory (15) M Johnston 8-10 (BF)............. F Norton 74 4 (1) 315 Tricky Business (15) K Dalgleish 8-10 (D)..............S James 66 5 (3) 415 Matty Too (23) T Easterby 8-7................................ P Dennis 74 BETTING: 6-5 My Little Tip, 5-2 Neptune Legend, 6 Eternal Glory, 8 Tricky Business, Matty Too. 2020: PAWS FOR THOUGHT 9 3, Jane Elliott 2-1 Fav (T Dascombe), drawn (2), 7 ran. 3.00 BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF RESTRICTED NOVICE STAKES (5) (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £3,780 (5 run) RTV 1 (5) 51 Sunday Justice (19) T D Barron 9-7 (D).................D Costello 66 2 (2) 277 Crocodile Tears (24) H Palmer 8-11......................L Morris 80 3 (1) 85 My Bonnie Lassie (10) K Burke 8-11.......................S James 60 4 (4) 933 Better Half (10) M Johnston 8-9.......................... F Norton 62 5 (3) 68 Heart Of Kabeir (10) R Fahey 8-9.....................T Hamilton 59 BETTING: 7-4 Sunday Justice, 5-2 Better Half, 4 Crocodile Tears, 5 My Bonnie Lassie, 10 Heart Of Kabeir. 2020: No corresponding race. 3.35 HAPPY 60TH BIRTHDAY TONY DITCHBURN NURSERY (4) (2-Y-O) 5f Winner £3,726 (6 run) RTV 1 (1) 141 Black Hill Storm (6) P Evans 9-11(6ex) (CD)...................... ..................................................................... B Sanderson (3) 74 2 (5) 310 King Of Speed (93) R Cowell 9-7 (D).........................L Morris 67 3 (3) 235 Sherdil (21) K Burke 9-5..........................................S James 70 4 (2) 313 Shamlaan (18) D O’Meara 8-13 (D)..............................S Gray 81 5 (4) 634 Just A Claim (7) R Fell 8-11 (D)............................Jane Elliott 73 6 (6) 647 Dandy Bay (48) T Easterby 8-6...............................J Gormley 66 BETTING: 11-8 Black Hill Storm, 4 Shamlaan, 9-2 King Of Speed, 5 Sherdil, 10 Just A Claim, 14 Dandy Bay. 2020: TATSTHEWAYTODOIT 9 1, Graham Lee 8-1 (K Dalgleish), drawn (5), 6 ran. 1.00 BRITISH EBF FILLIES’ NOVICE STAKES (GBB RACE) (4) (2-Y-O) 1m Winner £5,400 (9 run) RTV 1 (4) 71 Mystic Wells (34) G Boughey 9-6........................... B Curtis 45 2 (7) 5 Delphinus (25) J & T Gosden 9-0 (BF).....................M Harley 53 3 (5) 45 Homer’s Girl (28) E Dunlop 9-0.............................H Turner 47 4 (9) 87 La Belle Vie (29) H Main 9-0.......................................R Tate 24 5 (6) 2 Mashaaer (14) R Hannon 9-0.................................D O’Neill 70 6 (1) 2 Mellow Yellow (12) W Haggas 9-0........................C Fallon — 7 (8) 5 Moon De Vega (29) R Beckett 9-0...................... Rossa Ryan — 8 (3) Peripatetic R Varian 9-0................................... David Egan — 9 (2) Queens Ballet P Chapple-Hyam 9-0...............K Shoemark — BETTING: 5-2 Mashaaer, 3 Mellow Yellow, 5 Delphinus, 13-2 Mystic Wells, 15-2 Moon De Vega, 8 Peripatetic, 16 Queens Ballet, Homer’s Girl, 66 La Belle Vie. 2020: MONSOON MOON 9 0, Ryan Moore 2-5 Fav (J & T Gosden), drawn (5), 5 ran. 1.30 CLOSE BROTHERS PREMIUM FINANCE FILLIES’ HANDICAP (3) 1m Winner £7,560 (6 run) RTV 1 (6) /59 Ananya (29) Sir M Prescott 4 9-12................................R Tate 91 2 (3) 761 Caspian Queen (19) S P C Woods 4 9-9............... S Woods (5) 96 3 (2) 317 Anghaam (28) R Hannon 3 9-8 (D3).........................D O’Neill 96 4 (4) 345 Last Sunset (14) S bin Suroor 3 9-4.....................P Cosgrave 89 5 (1) 2-1 Mobadra (63) R Varian 3 8-11 (D)....................... David Egan 93 6 (5) 931 Madame Tantzy (22) E J-Houghton 5 8-10 (CD)......Georgia Dobie (3) 95 BETTING: 7-4 Mobadra, 10-3 Anghaam, 4 Madame Tantzy, 11-2 Caspian Queen, 8 Last Sunset, 14 Ananya. 2020: MADAME TANTZY 4 8 7, Nicky Mackay 6-1 (E J-Houghton), drawn (5), 6 ran. 2.05 CLOSE BROTHERS ASSET FINANCE HANDICAP (4) (3-Y-O) 7f Winner £5,400 (12 run) RTV 1 (8) 41- Mayaas (356) W Haggas 9-7 (D)................................D O’Neill — 2 (3) 232 Street Kid (46) K P De Foy 9-6 (BF)........... Miss Mia Biggs (7) 90 3 (7) 3-8 Rich Waters (247) S bin Suroor 9-6 (D)...............P Cosgrave — 4 (12) 880 Giorgio Vasari (8) D Shaw 9-4 (D)...............A Farragher (5) 76 5 (11) 421 Dancing To Win (54) H Palmer 9-2 (D).................... B Curtis 97 6 (1) 752 Sir Maxi (9) G Boughey 9-1 (D)............................ Rossa Ryan 93 7 (5) 873 Sadiqaa (41) C Cox 9-0.................................................J Fahy 91 8 (6) 254 Royal Musketeer (21) C Hills 9-0....................K Shoemark 92 9 (10) 134 Dashing Dick (25) W Stone 8-13 (BF, D)...................C Fallon 92 10 (4) 624 Fangorn (25) M Channon 8-12 (BF, D)................. David Egan 93 11 (9) 131 Deputy (49) C Fellowes 8-8 (D2)................................H Turner 90 12 (2) 626 Ajrad (9) W Knight 8-7 (BF).............................. Jimmy Quinn 90 BETTING: 5 Deputy, 11-2 Dancing To Win, 7 Mayaas, Dashing Dick, 15-2 Sadiqaa, Street Kid, 8 Rich Waters, 10 Royal Musketeer, Sir Maxi, 12 Others. 2020: COLONEL WHITEHEAD 9 3, Ellie Mackenzie(7) 3-1 Fav (H Main), drawn (4), 9 ran. 2.40 CLOSE BROTHERS HANDICAP (4) 6f Winner £5,400 (8 run) RTV 1 (5) -55 Love Powerful (70) R Hannon 4 9-8 (D3)......... Rossa Ryan 87 2 (8) 211 Toussarok (11) M Johnston 3 9-7 (D3)..................... B Curtis 90 3 (4) 605 Beauty Choice (104) C Fellowes 4 9-5 (D)................H Turner 83 4 (3) 354 Inver Park (6) M Quinn 3 9-3 (D2)......................P Cosgrave 92 5 (1) 556 Equiano Springs (15) T Tate 7 9-2 (CD).............T P Queally 88 6 (6) 322 Spring Bloom (18) R Eddery 4 9-0.................... David Egan 92 7 (7) 731 World Of Windhover (20) C Dwyer 4 8-12 (D2)...C Fallon 91 8 (2) 404 My Style (9) E J-Houghton 5 8-9 (D2)..........Georgia Dobie (3) 93 BETTING: 9-4 Toussarok, 4 World Of Windhover, 5 Spring Bloom, 13-2 Love Powerful, 8 Inver Park, My Style, 12 Beauty Choice, 14 Equiano Springs. 2020: NEFARIOUS 4 9 1, Dane O’Neill 11-1 (H Candy), drawn (1), 8 ran. 1.20 MICROTECH GROUP EBF NURSERY (3) (2-Y-O) 1m Winner £7,731 (9 run) RTV 1 (2) 816 Vaccine (36) M Dods 9-7 (C).................................... C Beasley 63 2 (6) 43D King Of York (32) K Ryan 9-4................................... K Stott 64 3 (8) 003 Highland Premiere (15) M Johnston 9-2..........J Fanning 72 4 (1) 402 The Dunkirk Lads (8) T Easterby 9-0......................D Allan 70 5 (7) 011 Makalu (23) K Ryan 9-0............................. O McSweeney (7) 69 6 (3) 224 Grifter (23) R Fahey 8-13 (BF).............................P Hanagan 73 7 (9) 416 She’s The Danger (10) A Keatley 8-10 (BF)........L Edmunds 65 8 (4) 543 Heights Of Aran (22) K Dalgleish 8-8.....................H Doyle 67 9 (5) 066 The Grey Wolf (14) T Easterby 8-0....................D Fentiman 65 BETTING: 10-3 King Of York, 4 The Dunkirk Lads, 9-2 Makalu, 6 Vaccine, 7 Grifter, 10 Others. 1.55 VIRGIN BET DOONSIDE CUP STAKES (LISTED) (1) 1m 2f Winner £22,684 (10 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (4) 250 Euchen Glen (28) J Goldie 8 9-8 (CD2)..............P Mulrennan 121 2 (2) 127 Juan Elcano (31) K Ryan 4 9-6 (D)............................ K Stott 122 3 (9) 175 Maydanny (14) M Johnston 5 9-3 (D).....................J Fanning 120 4 (8) 309 Palavecino (37) B Meehan 5 9-3 (D2)................R Kingscote 121 5 (10) 114 Platinumcard (22) K Dalgleish 6 9-3 (CD2).........B Garritty 108 6 (5) 69 Bobby Shaftoe (10) J Goldie 3 8-12.............. Miss A Waugh 43 7 (3) 124 Juan De Montalban (21) D O’Meara 3 8-12 (D).... J Watson 105 8 (1) 7 Judgment Call (101) Miss L Perratt 3 8-12............ A Mullen — 9 (6) 6-7 Yaaser (166) J Goldie 3 8-12................................. JP Sullivan 53 10 (7) 561 The Flying Ginger (29) R Fell 3 8-7 (D)...................H Doyle 107 BETTING: 11-10 Juan Elcano, 11-4 Euchen Glen, 9-2 Maydanny, 10 Others. 2.30 VIRGIN BET AYR SILVER CUP HANDICAP (2) 6f Winner £25,770 (25 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (25) -80 Air Raid (91) J O’Keeffe 6 9-10 (D4).........................J Garritty 88 2 (24) 034 Total Commitment (49) S Hodgson 5 9-10 (D5).....W Carver (3) 102 3 (21) 529 Rathbone (22) K Ryan 5 9-10 (BF, D4)........ O McSweeney (7) 102 4 (9) 382 Royal Scimitar (14) C Cox 3 9-10 (D)..................... H Crouch 104 5 (15) 119 Typhoon Ten (16) R Hannon 5 9-10 (D3)..................H Doyle 104 6 (4) 063 Magical Spirit (42) K Ryan 5 9-9 (BF, CD)................. K Stott 102 7 (11) 004 Boardman (28) T Easterby 5 9-9.........................P Hanagan 98 8 (17) 710 Bickerstaffe (49) K Burke 3 9-9 (BF, D2)..................... C Lee 102 9 (20) 409 Streamline (35) Miss L Perratt 4 9-8 (D2)............ JP Sullivan 84 10 (6) 040 Soldier’s Minute (35) K Dalgleish 6 9-7 (D4)... C Rodriguez 90 11 (23) 305 Lord Rapscallion (42) S C Williams 5 9-6 (D).......M Ghiani 100 12 (7) 093 Tinto (14) A Perrett 5 9-6 (D4)............................P Mulrennan 98 13 (2) 400 Staxton (35) T Easterby 6 9-6 (D7)......................D Fentiman 105 14 (5) 221 Bergerac (13) K Ryan 3 9-6 (D2)................................T Eaves 100 15 (22) 190 Kind Review (7) T Waggott 5 9-5 (D)...........................J Hart 101 16 (12) 161 Strike Red (16) R Fahey 3 9-5 (D4).......................P Mathers 92 17 (8) 221 Gabrial The Devil (7) R Fahey 6 9-5 (D7)......C Murtagh (3) 100 18 (3) 905 Shallow Hal (126) K Burke 5 9-4 (CD).............P-L Jamin (5) 95 19 (18) 248 Music Society (35) T Easterby 6 9-4 (CD)........Ella McCain (5) 103 20 (1) 330 Uncle Jumbo (98) K Ryan 3 9-4 (D)..............Megan Nicholls 103 21 (10) 211 Blackrod (28) M Dods 3 9-4 (D2)......................B Garritty (3) 106 22 (16) 592 Woven (22) M Dods 5 9-3....................................... C Beasley 104 23 (14) 617 Black Friday (48) R M Smith 6 9-2 (CD3).............. L Steward 101 24 (19) 726 Golden Apollo (15) T Easterby 7 9-1 (CD)................D Allan 100 25 (13) 172 Mid Winster (31) P Midgley 5 9-1 (C, D).......................G Lee 113 BETTING: 15-2 Blackrod, 8 Royal Scimitar, 10 Magical Spirit, Bickerstaffe, 12 Bergerac, 14 thers. 3.05 FILLIES’ STAKES (GROUP 3) (CHALLENGE CUP) (1) (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £22,684 (15 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (5) 344 Canonized (16) W Haggas 9-0.........................P Mulrennan 92 2 (15) 001 Choux (69) P Evans 9-0.........................................P Hanagan 60 3 (14) 063 Crazyland (16) C Cox 9-0...................................... H Crouch 91 4 (2) 42 Designer (15) J Butler 9-0..................................R Kingscote — 5 (6) 1 Hala Hala Athmani (31) K Ryan 9-0 (D)................. K Stott 72 6 (1) 11 Head Mistress (36) G M Lyons (IRE) 9-0...............G F Carroll 91 7 (9) 532 Hellomydarlin (19) G Boughey 9-0 (D)..................D Allan 100 8 (12) 641 Lady Of Yapham (24) B Smart 9-0..............................G Lee 85 9 (7) 219 Little Prayer (84) R Spencer 9-0 (D)......................A Villiers 84 10 (10) 176 Misty Ayr (16) K Dalgleish 9-0........................... C Rodriguez 90 11 (11) 148 Nazanin (30) A Watson 9-0 (D).................................H Doyle 87 12 (13) 1 Rishes Baar (15) D O’Meara 9-0 (D)....................... J Watson 95 13 (3) 171 Sadmah (28) K Ryan 9-0 (D2).....................................T Eaves 82 14 (4) 15 Scot’s Grace (14) K P De Foy 9-0 (D)..................... D Muscutt — 15 (8) 91 Snooze N You Lose (36) K Burke 9-0 (D)...................... C Lee 73 BETTING: 10-3 Head Mistress, 6 Scot’s Grace, 7 Hellomydarlin, Hala Hala Athmani, Canonized, 10 Choux, 12 Crazyland, Lady Of Yapham, 16 Others. 2.50 LEGACY CUP STAKES (FORMERLY THE ARC TRIAL) (GRP 3) (1) 1m 3f Winner £39,697 (5 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (5) 122 Al Aasy (72) W Haggas 4 9-6 (BF, C2)....................... J Crowley 129 2 (2) 341 Solid Stone (21) Sir M Stoute 5 9-6..........................W Buick 119 3 (4) 180 Ilaraab (28) W Haggas 4 9-3 (BF, C)...................T Marquand 127 4 (3) 121 Foxes Tales (42) A Balding 3 9-0 (C)......................O Murphy 122 5 (1) -10 Ad Infinitum (93) D M Simcock 3 8-8................. C Shepherd 110 BETTING: 4-5 Al Aasy, 3 Foxes Tales, 11-2 Solid Stone, 8 Ilaraab, 25 Ad Infinitum. 3.25 DUBAI DUTY FREE HANDICAP (2) 1m 2f Winner £25,770 (11 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (2) 453 Dawaam (20) Owen Burrows 5 9-10 (D2)................ J Crowley 107 2 (11) 16- King Leonidas (457) J & T Gosden 4 9-10 (BF)...James Doyle — 3 (6) 441 Sam Cooke (29) R Beckett 5 9-2..............................R Hornby 108 4 (9) 692 Pivoine (13) A Balding 7 9-1 (D5)...........................O Murphy 109 5 (7) 884 Strait Of Hormuz (10) J O’Keeffe 4 9-0 (D)........... A Atzeni 112 6 (8) -23 Fair Star (14) B Ellison 5 8-11............................ B Robinson — 7 (3) 211 Aramaic (13) W Haggas 3 8-11 (D).....................T Marquand 109 8 (1) 231 King Of Clubs (28) H Morrison 3 8-10 (D)..............D Probert 106 9 (4) 211 Mo’assess (29) S bin Suroor 3 8-10....................... R Dawson 95 10 (5) 311 Injazati (29) C Fellowes 3 8-8 (D2)...................... C Shepherd 101 11 (10) 571 Further Measure (16) S Kirk 4 8-8......................C Bishop 92 BETTING: 4 Aramaic, 11-2 King Of Clubs, 13-2 King Leonidas, Mo’assess, 7 Injazati, 15-2 Sam Cooke, 10 Dawaam, 12 Further Measure, Fair Star, 14 Others. 4.00 DUBAI DUTY FREE MILL REEF STAKES (GROUP 2) (1) (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £44,971 (10 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (5) 163 Dhabab (70) J & T Gosden 9-1 (BF, D)........................ R Havlin 98 2 (10) 124 Fearby (29) E Bethell 9-1 (D)............................ P J McDonald 100 3 (3) 162 Gis A Sub (29) K Ryan 9-1 (D)..............................James Doyle 101 4 (6) 135 Gubbass (27) R Hannon 9-1 (C)..............................S M Levey 103 5 (7) 113 Hierarchy (14) H Palmer 9-1 (D2).........................O Murphy 83 6 (9) 620 Khunan (27) R Fahey 9-1......................................... A Atzeni 100 7 (4) 122 Maglev (30) W Haggas 9-1 (BF, D)......................T Marquand 96 8 (2) 431 Manaccan (21) J Ryan 9-1 (D)..................................W Buick 88 9 (1) 14 Melayu Kingdom (19) K Ryan 9-1......................... N Callan 82 10 (8) 132 Wings Of War (14) C Cox 9-1 (BF, D).......................... A Kirby 91 BETTING: 13-8 Dhabab, 11-2 Gubbass, 13-2 Gis A Sub, 8 Fearby, 10 Manaccan, 12 Wings Of War, Maglev, Khunan, 14 Others. 4.35 SIR DAVID SIEFF EBF NOVICE STAKES (DIV 2) (STR) (4) (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £4,860 (12 run) RTV 1 (9) 53 Ascending (41) C Cox 9-5.......................................... A Kirby 52 2 (10) Berrygar H Main 9-5.......................................... R Dawson — 3 (6) 8 Borntobealeader (99) A Perrett 9-5................. J Crowley 32 4 (11) 46 Definite (22) R Beckett 9-5....................................R Hornby 59 5 (3) 5 Dream By Day (15) J & T Gosden 9-5........................ R Havlin — 6 (1) Ermin Street C Hills 9-5.........................................W Buick — 7 (4) 0 Everyday (9) R Hannon 9-5...................................S M Levey — 8 (5) 52 Koy Koy (15) A Balding 9-5.....................................O Murphy 73 9 (8) Looe Beach R Hannon 9-5................................T Marquand — 10 (2) 9 Night Glass (15) R Hannon 9-5.............................. P Dobbs — 11 (7) Promotion D & C Kubler 9-5...................................N Currie — 12 (12) Sweet Summer R Charlton 9-0........................James Doyle — BETTING: 15-8 Koy Koy, 7-2 Ascending, 5 Dream By Day, 15-2 Definite, 12 Ermin Street, Looe Beach, 14 Sweet Summer, 16 Night Glass, 25 Others. 5.05 DUBAI DUTY FREE FINEST SURPRISE HANDICAP (3) 1m 4f Winner £6,210 (13 run) RTV 1 (2) 52- Fox Vardy (364) M Meade 5 10-2 (BF, D).......... P J McDonald — 2 (1) 360 Parachute (28) E Walker 3 9-7 (D)....................T Marquand 96 3 (11) 472 Without Revenge (20) R Charlton 3 9-6.............O Murphy 93 4 (4) 559 Ridgeway (27) E J-Houghton 4 9-5..........................C Bishop 101 5 (3) 142 Praiano (14) R Varian 3 9-4 (D)................................ A Atzeni 91 6 (10) 602 Whitehaven (43) H Morrison 4 9-3 (D)...................R Hornby 95 7 (8) 310 Imperial Sun (28) J & T Gosden 3 9-3 (D)................ R Havlin 81 8 (9) 733 Frontispiece (21) A Perrett 7 9-1 (CD).................. J Crowley 91 9 (12) 221 Tall Order (16) M Bell 3 8-13 (D).............................W Buick 90 10 (13) 121 Bague D’or (21) C Wall 3 8-13 (D)......................James Doyle 92 11 (6) 310 In The Breeze (51) R Charlton 3 8-12 (CD).......T Greatrex (3) 93 12 (7) 115 Winterwatch (16) A Balding 3 8-9 (D).....................J Bryan 90 13 (5) 423 Duke Of Verona (127) W Jarvis 3 8-8...................D Probert 93 BETTING: 5 Praiano, 11-2 Fox Vardy, 7 Bague D’or, 15-2 Tall Order, 8 Whitehaven, 10 Others. 4.10 VICKERS.BET BET 10 GET 20 HANDICAP (4) 1m 6f Winner £4,347 (6 run) RTV 1 (2) 377 Khagan (13) D O’Meara 5 10-1.....................................S Gray 83 2 (4) 711 Molinari (17) M Todhunter 4 9-9.............................D Nolan 81 3 (5) 312 Saligo Bay (21) R Charlton 3 9-7 (BF)..................... T Whelan 81 4 (6) 514 Dreams Unwind (17) M Johnston 3 9-2................ F Norton 81 5 (1) 925 Socially Shady (15) K Burke 4 9-1..........................S James 83 6 (3) 414 Eye Knee (12) T Easterby 3 8-6 (C).............................. H Shaw 81 BETTING: 2 Saligo Bay, 9-4 Molinari, 6 Socially Shady, Dreams Unwind, 8 Eye Knee, 10 Khagan. 4.45 MICK PAWLUK RETIREMENT FUND HANDICAP (3) 1m 4f Winner £6,480 (4 run) RTV 1 (4) 135 Caribeno (164) Sir M Prescott 4 10-2 (CD).................L Morris — 2 (2) 358 Furzig (30) R Fahey 6 9-7 (D4)..............................T Hamilton 94 3 (3) 124 Love Is Golden (15) M Johnston 3 9-5 (BF, D2)....... F Norton 98 4 (1) 605 Red Force One (13) P Kirby 6 9-2........................... P Dennis 83 BETTING: 5-4 Caribeno, 15-8 Love Is Golden, 7-2 Furzig, 14 Red Force One. 5.15 MILLBRY HILL COUNTRY STORE NOVICE STAKES (5) 7f Winner £3,510 (4 run) RTV 1 (2) 1 Lightening Company (124) B Haslam 3 9-9 (D).....L Morris 85 2 (1) 41 Old Flame (14) R Beckett 3 9-9 (D)........................D Costello — 3 (4) 7 Bachau (213) E Bethell 3 9-2.............................S Osborne (5) — 4 (3) 35 Pixie Carter (10) J J Davies 3 8-11...........................S James 57 BETTING: 10-11 Lightening Company, 6-4 Old Flame, 10 Pixie Carter, 14 Bachau. 5.45 RACING AGAIN 29TH SEPTEMBER HANDICAP (6) 7f Winner £2,700 (15 run) RTV 1 (1) 743 Aliento (11) M Dods 6 9-10 (CD).............................. F Norton 73 2 (8) 365 How Bizarre (10) Liam Bailey 6 9-9 (D2).................D Nolan 70 3 (3) 224 Mr Strutter (11) G Harker 7 9-9 (BF, CD3)...............A Elliott 70 4 (10) 301 Final Frontier (24) R Carr 8 9-8 (CD)...................J Gormley 70 5 (9) 502 Special Mayson (20) Mrs P Sly 3 9-5....................D Costello 68 6 (2) 386 Cragside (26) T Easterby 3 9-3................................ P Dennis 65 7 (5) 444 Hoofs Happy Now (86) M & D Easterby 3 9-1.....Joanna Mason (3) 65 8 (7) 978 Fircombe Hall (15) P Kirby 3 8-13....................... T Whelan 77 9 (4) 646 Bibbidibobbidiboo (5) Mrs A Duffield 6 8-12 (C, D)..S Gray 70 10 (14) 445 Lockdown Lass (32) G Hanmer 3 8-11...............T Hamilton 73 11 (6) 279 Jakacan (11) D Carroll 3 8-10.................................... H Shaw 73 12 (12) 709 Lukoutoldmakezebak (7) D Thompson 8 8-6 (CD)......S James 68 13 (15) 434 The Grey Bay (21) J Camacho 4 8-5.....................Jane Elliott 67 14 (11) 702 Listen Again (7) T Easterby 3 8-5.....................S Osborne (5) 68 15 (13) 586 Christmas Night (11) O Pears 6 8-5 (CD)................L Morris 63 BETTING: 11-2 Aliento, 6 Mr Strutter, 7 Final Frontier, Special Mayson, 8 Listen Again, 10 Lockdown Lass, The Grey Bay, 12 Bibbidibobbidiboo, 14 Others. 3.15 CLOSE BROTHERS CESAREWITCH TRIAL HANDICAP (2) 2m 2f Winner £20,616 (10 run) RTV 1 (2) 114 Live Your Dream (21) S bin Suroor 4 9-10 (BF)...P Cosgrave 108 2 (8) 871 Themaxwecan (11) M Johnston 5 9-8..................... B Curtis 107 3 (10) 572 Hochfeld (7) M Johnston 7 9-7...............................D O’Neill 109 4 (3) 692 Mancini (28) I Williams 7 8-12 (BF)..................... David Egan 110 5 (1) 812 Indigo Times (11) D M Simcock 4 8-8......................H Turner 106 6 (4) 009 Cleonte (42) A Balding 8 8-8....................................C Fallon 106 7 (5) 030 Great Bear (7) T Gibney (IRE) 5 8-4...............A Farragher (5) 109 8 (9) 4-2 Turnpike Trip (15) C Byrnes (IRE) 7 8-2..................J F Egan 104 9 (6) -85 Ernesto (11) I Williams 6 8-2.....................Mollie Phillips (5) 35 10 (7) 125 Yagood (27) Joseph Parr 5 8-0.......................... Jimmy Quinn 101 BETTING: 11-4 Turnpike Trip, 3 Live Your Dream, 13-2 Themaxwecan, 7 Hochfeld, 15-2 Indigo Times, 10 Mancini, Great Bear, 16 Yagood, 20 Others. 2020: OCEAN WIND 4 9 1, Jack Mitchell 5-4 Fav (R Teal), drawn (4), 10 ran. 3.50 CLOSE BROTHERS FILLIES’ HANDICAP (3) 1m 2f Winner £7,560 (7 run) RTV 1 (4) 1-3 Sammarr (215) R Varian 3 9-7 (BF)...................... C Noble (3) — 2 (6) 215 Jewel In My Crown (29) R Guest 3 9-5 (D2).......P Cosgrave 92 3 (1) -22 Tarroob (60) W Haggas 4 9-5 (BF, D)........................C Fallon — 4 (7) 146 Gal Wonder (27) J & T Gosden 3 9-1......................M Harley 89 5 (3) 302 Aveta (40) R Beckett 3 9-0................................... Rossa Ryan 89 6 (2) 325 Widaad (7) G Boughey 4 8-13 (BF, C).......................... B Curtis 90 7 (5) 214 Atavique (22) G Kelleway 4 8-10 (D2).......................H Turner 91 BETTING: 10-3 Tarroob, 7-2 Jewel In My Crown, 4 Sammarr, 5 Gal Wonder, 13-2 Aveta, 8 Atavique, 10 Widaad. 2020: No corresponding race. 4.25 AMATEUR JOCKEYS’ CAMBRIDGESHIRE (HAND- ICAP) (4) 1m 1f Winner £6,160 (13 run) RTV 1 (13) 686 Balgair (85) Tom Clover 7 11-0 (CD)................... Mr R Birkett 66 2 (2) 808 Kryptos (7) J Berry 7 10-11 (D).................Miss S Brotherton 62 3 (7) 311 Luna Magic (20) A Watson 7 10-9 (D3)...........Ms B Hampson 68 4 (9) 151 Sands Chorus (21) K Tutty 9 10-7 (D3)............Miss A Collier 68 5 (4) 922 Fieldsman (26) A Carroll 9 10-6 (C)..................Miss S Bowen 68 6 (8) 452 Global Art (15) E Dunlop 6 10-6 (D)........ Miss Sophie Smith 66 7 (3) 616 Secret Glow (183) H Main 3 10-6.................Mr Henry Main — 8 (6) 120 First Dance (10) T Tate 7 10-4 (D)...................Mr P Millman 68 9 (12) 621 Mercurius Power (9) A Balding 3 10-4 (D)......Mr S Walker 68 10 (1) 123 Mark Of Respect (29) J Portman 3 10-2............Mr M Ennis 69 11 (10) 634 Hotspur Harry (19) R Eddery 4 10-0.............. Mr G Eddery 74 12 (11) 870 Time Zone (25) L Allan 7 9-4 (C)......................Miss H C Tucker 43 13 (5) 347 Hugosthere (23) R Teal 3 8-13..............Miss Megan Jordan 59 BETTING: 5-2 Mercurius Power, 5 Luna Magic, 7 Sands Chorus, 8 First Dance, 10 Mark Of Respect, Global Art, Fieldsman, 12 Secret Glow, Hotspur Harry, 14 Others. 2020: BALGAIR 6 11 0, Mr Ross Birkett 12-1 (Tom Clover), drawn (3), 12 ran. 4.55 WHATACCA.COM GET FREE BETTING TIPS HAND- ICAP (6) 6f Winner £2,700 (13 run) SSR 1 (2) -53 Jungle Inthebungle (5) Phillip Makin 5 9-7...H Burns (5) 52 2 (4) 351 Thaki (24) C Dwyer 4 9-6 (CD)...............T Hammer Hansen (3) 62 3 (5) 572 Big Impact (151) R Brisland 4 9-4 (D)................ M Crehan (3) 63 4 (9) 7P0 Blue Cable (74) M Attwater 4 9-4 (BF, CD)..............S W Kelly 62 5 (8) 660 Bernard Spierpoint (131) C Wallis 4 9-3.......... R Ffrench 64 6 (12) 544 Iesha (9) C Wallis 3 9-3............................................D Keenan 71 7 (11) 090 Makter (24) Andi Brown 4 9-2...........................S Cherchi (3) 46 8 (10) 806 Jazz Legend (163) Miss M Rowland 8 9-2 (D5)..........K O’Neill 66 9 (1) 936 Surewecan (24) Sarah Hollinshead 9 8-13 (D5)......W Cox (3) 82 10 (13) 780 Krazy Paving (24) O Murphy 9 8-12 (CD)........Grace McEntee (5) 72 11 (6) 007 Carlovian (22) M Walford 8 8-12 (C, D4).............. T Heard (5) 46 12 (7) 700 Sparkling Diamond (5) Frank Bishop 4 8-12 (CD)..... W Carson 67 13 (3) 590 Lasting Beauty (9) J Butler 3 8-11.....................B McHugh 64 BETTING: 2 Thaki, 9-2 Big Impact, 6 Iesha, 8 Blue Cable, Jungle Inthebungle, 10 Bernard Spierpoint, 12 Lasting Beauty, 20 Surewecan, 25 Others. 5.30 FREE REPLAYS ON ATTHERACES.COM SELLING STAKES (6) (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £2,700 (10 run) SSR 1 (9) 605 Three Dons (4) R Hannon 8-12..........T Hammer Hansen (3) 75 2 (5) 6 Arlady Aitch (28) P McBride 8-7.........................B McHugh 55 3 (6) 75 Bella Rosetta (10) Joseph Parr 8-7.....................D Keenan 52 4 (10) 5 Darcy’s Rock (26) S Durack 8-7.............................W Cox (3) — 5 (4) 49 Heidi High (109) A Watson 8-7............................. C Bennett — 6 (7) 864 Jam Tart (24) M Loughnane 8-7...............Josephine Gordon 57 7 (1) 76 Pretty Mahra (88) R Brotherton 8-7........C Hutchinson (5) — 8 (3) 4 Reem Zabeel (47) R Hughes 8-7......................... G Rooke (3) 57 9 (2) 265 Regal Rhapsody (14) G Boughey 8-7....................J Haynes 42 10 (8) 88 She’s Sophie (10) P Evans 8-7.................................C Hardie 41 BETTING: 3 Three Dons, 7-2 Regal Rhapsody, Heidi High, 6 Reem Zabeel, 7 Jam Tart, 8 Arlady Aitch, 20 Darcy’s Rock, 25 Bella Rosetta, Pretty Mahra, 50 She’s Sophie. 2020: SOURCE OF WEALTH 8 9, Cam Hardie 85-40 Fav (D O’Meara), drawn (8), 11 ran. 6.00 CAZOO HANDICAP (5) 6f Winner £3,240 (10 run) SSR 1 (2) 413 Verreaux Eagle (12) E Dunlop 3 9-10 (BF, CD).M Crehan (3) 82 2 (6) 113 Lilkian (14) Darryll Holland 4 9-10 (CD)................ T Heard (5) 84 3 (5) 155 Tathmeen (19) A Brittain 6 9-8 (CD2)..............K Schofield (5) 82 4 (10) 252 Twilight Secret (15) J Tate 3 9-8....................S Cherchi (3) 83 5 (7) 534 Strong Power (46) Alice Haynes 4 9-5 (D).............K O’Neill 90 6 (4) 849 Show Me A Sunset (19) R Cowell 5 9-4...............B McHugh 83 7 (9) 351 Canford Bay (19) A Brittain 7 9-4 (CD)....................C Hardie 92 8 (3) 642 Tawaazon (26) Owen Burrows 3 9-3......................S W Kelly — 9 (1) 324 Seeking Perfection (39) Frank Bishop 3 9-1 (BF, D).W Carson 83 10 (8) 245 Strike Me A Pose (9) A Watson 3 8-10................. C Bennett 73 BETTING: 4 Twilight Secret, 9-2 Verreaux Eagle, 5 Tawaazon, 13-2 Canford Bay, 8 Lilkian, 10 Strike Me A Pose, Strong Power, Tathmeen, 12 Others. 2020: BAHUTA ACHA 5 8 13, Luke Morris 13-2 (D Loughnane), drawn (5), 10 ran. 6.30 READ KEVIN BLAKE ON ATTHERACES.COM FILLIES’ HANDICAP (5) 7f Winner £3,240 (9 run) SSR 1 (5) 257 The Blue Bower (14) J Portman 4 9-9 (CD)....Josephine Gordon 82 2 (9) 111 Sky Blue Thinking (9) A West 3 9-8 (CD2).......... C Bennett 76 3 (8) 221 Far From A Ruby (14) Muir & Grassick 4 9-7 (C)....Cathal Gahan (7) 77 4 (7) 013 Annie Rose (19) T D Barron 3 9-5 (C2)................S Cherchi (3) 75 5 (2) 477 Dacesa (117) P Evans 3 9-5.......................................C Hardie 78 6 (3) 430 Port Noir (19) R Stephens 4 9-4 (CD).....................D Keenan 82 7 (6) 047 White Lady (115) C Hills 3 9-3............................... W Carson 67 8 (4) 136 Clegane (7) J Chapple-Hyam 4 9-2 (D2)........................R Tart 77 9 (1) 574 Lady Alavesa (150) M Herrington 6 9-2 (D3)........B McHugh 76 BETTING: 5-2 Sky Blue Thinking, 3 Far From A Ruby, 5 Annie Rose, 10 Dacesa, Port Noir, 12 Clegane, The Blue Bower, Lady Alavesa, White Lady. 2020: No corresponding race. 7.00 FREE FOOTBALL TIPS AT WHATACCA.COM HCAP (DIV 1) (6) (3-Y-O) 7f Winner £2,700 (10 run) SSR 1 (5) 867 Donny Marlow (54) A Keatley 9-10 (C)...... Ryan Sexton (7) 75 2 (1) 452 Across The Nile (24) J Ferguson 9-7...............S Mooney (7) 69 3 (8) 384 Hot Day (12) J S Moore 9-6...................... Laura Coughlan (5) 66 4 (6) 576 Elektronic (31) R Hughes 9-5...............................S W Kelly 70 5 (3) 220 Secret To Success (9) P McEntee 9-4 (C)..............D Keenan 72 6 (4) 657 Royal Heart (135) E Dunlop 9-3...................... M Crehan (3) 77 7 (2) 717 Silk Tie (22) P Evans 9-3 (BF, C).................................C Hardie 70 8 (7) 532 Chillsea (95) T Ward 9-2.........................................K O’Neill 66 9 (9) 305 Raffles Rebel (41) A Stronge 9-0.............R Clutterbuck (5) 69 10 (10) 891 Polam Lane (11) T D Barron 8-12.............Josephine Gordon 37 BETTING: 10-3 Across The Nile, 5 Chillsea, 6 Polam Lane, Silk Tie, 8 Elektronic, Royal Heart, 10 Raffles Rebel, 12 Hot Day, 14 Others. 2020: IVADREAM 9 2, Adam J McNamara 15-2 (R Charlton), drawn (4), 11 ran. 7.30 WHATACCA.COM HANDICAP (DIV 2) (6) (3-Y-O) 7f Winner £2,700 (10 run) SSR 1 (10) 122 Distinction (11) K Burke 9-7 (D).................. Alan Persse (7) — 2 (4) 135 Alcazan (19) R Teal 9-6 (D2).................................. W Carson 71 3 (9) 670 Keep Right On (9) R Hannon 9-5.......T Hammer Hansen (3) 44 4 (7) 589 Smart Qibili (17) P McEntee 9-4.............Grace McEntee (5) 84 5 (8) 233 Nurse Florence (8) J Osborne 9-3........................S W Kelly 73 6 (6) 47- Wispering Angel (430) P Evans 9-2......................C Hardie — 7 (5) 755 The First Hurrah (24) C Fellowes 9-2..............S Donohoe 66 8 (2) 491 Girl From Ipanema (22) R Stephens 9-1 (D).......D Keenan — 9 (1) 971 Priscilla’s Wish (38) P McBride 8-11 (D)............B McHugh 47 10 (3) 80- All In The Game (310) J S Moore 8-3.......Josephine Gordon — BETTING: 5-2 Distinction, 4 Nurse Florence, 5 Alcazan, 8 Priscilla’s Wish, The First Hurrah, Wispering Angel, 10 Girl From Ipanema, 14 Keep Right On, 25 Others. 2020: No corresponding race. 8.00 SKY SPORTS RACING SKY 415 EBF NOVICE STAKES (5) (2-Y-O) 1m 1f Winner £3,780 (9 run) SSR 1 (3) 81 Justice Protecol (16) I Mohammed 9-6.........S Cherchi (3) 54 2 (4) Away Wit Da Fairys Alice Haynes 9-2...................K O’Neill — 3 (9) Cabinet Maker M Johnston 9-2............................C Hardie — 4 (7) 0 Drawing Clocks (36) E Dunlop 9-2................ M Crehan (3) — 5 (1) Geelong P & O Cole 9-2...........................................S W Kelly — 6 (6) 0 Geopolitic (8) R Hannon 9-2.............T Hammer Hansen (3) — 7 (5) Military Crown C Appleby 9-2........................... R Ffrench — 8 (2) 6 Sandy Paradise (9) R Hannon 9-2.....................S Hitchcott 49 9 (8) 8 Rita Rana (11) A West 8-11.................................. C Bennett — BETTING: 2 Military Crown, 5-2 Justice Protecol, 4 Cabinet Maker, 7 Sandy Paradise, 10 Geelong, 20 Geopolitic, Away Wit Da Fairys, 25 Drawing Clocks, 66 Rita Rana. 2020: GREATGADIAN 9 5, Eoin Walsh 2-5 Fav (R Varian), drawn (3), 9 ran. 8.30 CAZOO SEARCH DRIVE SMILE HANDICAP (5) 1m 6f Winner £3,240 (4 run) SSR 1 (1) 241 Nicks Not Wonder (7) J Osborne 4 10-5..............S W Kelly 71 2 (2) 111 Merlin’s Beard (6) R Hughes 3 9-4 (D)............. G Rooke (3) 41 3 (4) 323 Dreambird (16) R Charlton 3 9-3.......T Hammer Hansen (3) 59 4 (3) 566 Divine Comedy (31) C Wall 3 9-2..............Josephine Gordon 59 BETTING: 11-10 Merlin’s Beard, 13-8 Nicks Not Wonder, 6 Dreambird, 10 Divine Comedy. 2020: No corresponding race. 3.40 VIRGIN BET AYR GOLD CUP HANDICAP (HERITAGE HCAP) (2) 6f Winner £77,310 (25 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (22) 018 Summerghand (14) D O’Meara 7 10-1 (D13). S B Kirrane (5) 110 2 (1) 311 Great Ambassador (13) E Walker 4 9-9 (D3)...R Kingscote 110 3 (2) 411 Commanche Falls (49) M Dods 4 9-8 (CD)........... C Beasley 113 4 (8) 244 Gulliver (6) D O’Meara 7 9-6 (D6)........................... J Watson 114 5 (12) 550 Brad The Brief (35) T Dascombe 4 9-5 (D5)....P-L Jamin (5) 109 6 (13) 000 Mr Lupton (35) R Fahey 8 9-5 (D6)............ O McSweeney (7) 116 7 (14) 467 Snazzy Jazzy (31) L Mullaney 6 9-4 (CD)....Laura Pearson (3) 114 8 (9) 140 Venturous (7) T D Barron 8 9-3 (D5).....................G F Carroll 113 9 (6) 373 Fivethousandtoone (13) A Balding 3 9-3 (D)...........G Lee 103 10 (20) 144 Edraak (15) M Appleby 5 9-3 (BF, D4).....................T Ladd (3) 114 11 (23) 431 Sunday Sovereign (28) T Easterby 4 9-3 (D2)..........T Eaves 111 12 (17) 100 Pendleton (31) M Dods 5 9-2 (D)................................. C Lee 115 13 (5) 456 Chiefofchiefs (21) C Fellowes 8 9-2 (D)............... L Steward 112 14 (16) 106 Mr Wagyu (7) J J Quinn 6 9-2 (CD2)..............................J Hart 115 15 (15) 244 Motagally (20) C Hills 5 9-1 (D4).........................P Hanagan 110 16 (10) 047 Volatile Analyst (35) K Dalgleish 4 9-1 (CD2). C Rodriguez 116 17 (24) 377 Above (91) S C Williams 4 9-1 (D)............................ D Muscutt 105 18 (3) 660 Hey Jonesy (49) K Ryan 6 9-1 (D2).................Megan Nicholls 117 19 (25) 286 Bielsa (49) K Ryan 6 9-1 (D4)...................................... K Stott 115 20 (11) 151 Popmaster (14) E Walker 3 9-1 (D4).........................H Doyle 116 21 (18) 351 Just Frank (22) J L Eyre 3 9-1 (D2)....................P Mulrennan 116 22 (7) 737 Lexington Dash (14) R Hannon 4 9-0 (D3)...........J Fanning 116 23 (19) 600 Lahore (31) Phillip Makin 7 9-0 (D2).......................... R Scott 115 24 (21) 094 Ostilio (21) P Midgley 6 8-13............................B Garritty (3) 107 25 (4) 683 Count D’Orsay (7) T Easterby 5 8-13.........................D Allan 114 BETTING: 5 Great Ambassador, 8 Commanche Falls, 10 Just Frank, Popmaster, Bielsa, 14 Gulliver, Summerghand, Ostilio, Mr Wagyu, Chiefofchiefs, 16 Others. FORM GUIDE: GREAT AMBASSADOR 11-10fav Tracked leaders, ridden and pressed leaders under 2f out, led under 1f out, drifted left but kept on well final furlong, won at York 6f Listed stks (1) gf beating Tabdeed by 1 1/2l, 4 ran. COMMANCHE FALLS 10-1 Raced near side, held up headway chasing leaders over 1f out, strong run inside final furlong, led towards finish, ran on, won at Goodwood 6f hcap (2) sft in Jul beating Gulliver by nk, 24 ran. BIELSA 9-1 Raced alone in centre, well up with the pace, every chance 1f out, weakened inside final 100 yards, 6th of 24, 2 3/4l behind Commanche Falls at Goodwood 6f hcap (2) sft in Jul. 4.15 VIRGIN BET HANDICAP (2) 1m Winner £15,462 (12 run) ITV1/RTV 1 (11) 265 Marie’s Diamond (19) M Johnston 5 9-13 (CD).....J Fanning 106 2 (8) 620 Young Fire (30) D O’Meara 6 9-12 (D)..........................J Hart 104 3 (7) 324 Dance Fever (21) C Cox 4 9-12............................... H Crouch 106 4 (3) 171 Cruyff Turn (30) T Easterby 4 9-10 (D2)...................D Allan 104 5 (5) 292 Shelir (15) D O’Meara 5 9-9 (D2)............................. J Watson 104 6 (10) 330 Fame And Acclaim (30) J L Eyre 4 9-9 (D2).........L Edmunds 106 7 (1) 437 Revich (8) R Spencer 5 9-4 (BF, D)........................A Villiers (3) 107 8 (6) 011 Garden Oasis (19) T Easterby 6 9-3 (CD).............. JP Sullivan 105 9 (2) 113 Hong Kong Harry (23) R Fahey 4 8-13 (BF, C2)..P Hanagan 105 10 (12) 936 Jump The Gun (31) I Jardine 4 8-8 (BF, D)............... A Mullen 107 11 (4) 314 Challet (19) M Dods 4 8-7 (D4).............................. C Beasley 105 12 (9) 430 Maraakiz (2) Miss L Perratt 3 8-3..............Laura Pearson (3) 99 BETTING: 9-2 Hong Kong Harry, 5 Dance Fever, Cruyff Turn, 6 Shelir, Garden Oasis, 10 Challet, 12 Revich, 14 Marie’s Diamond, Jump The Gun, 16 Others. 4.50 DOWNLOAD THE GRIBBENS TAXI APP NOW HAND- ICAP (3) 7f Winner £8,100 (14 run) RTV 1 (14) 280 Tammani (30) D O’Meara 4 9-10 (D)......................... J Watson 86 2 (11) 193 Redarna (10) D Sayer 7 9-5 (CD5)......................... JP Sullivan 101 3 (4) 103 Summa Peto (76) K Dalgleish 3 9-4 (C).............. C Rodriguez 96 4 (9) 526 Titan Rock (19) J J Quinn 3 9-2 (BF, D)..........................J Hart 103 5 (3) 204 Cassy O (2) T Easterby 4 9-1 (CD)...........................D Fentiman 102 6 (5) 160 Wobwobwob (70) A Keatley 3 9-0 (D2)...................H Doyle 97 7 (8) 324 Asad (28) M Appleby 5 8-13 (D)...............................T Ladd (3) 110 8 (7) 411 Bowman (11) M Johnston 3 8-12 (D3)....................J Fanning 100 9 (12) 132 Poet’s Magic (2) J J Quinn 5 8-11 (BF, CD2).........R Kingscote 101 10 (10) 379 Manigordo (6) T Easterby 4 8-11 (BF, D)...................D Allan 98 11 (2) 695 Admirality (2) R Fell 7 8-9 (D).................................. R Scott 103 12 (6) 968 Ebury (7) S Dixon 5 8-8.........................................P Mathers 100 13 (13) 005 Abduction (16) R Fahey 3 8-7.............................P Hanagan 112 14 (1) 352 Pockley (23) Miss L Perratt 3 8-6 (D)........................ A Mullen 101 BETTING: 5 Bowman, 11-2 Redarna, 7 Asad, 10 Manigordo, Abduction, Summa Peto, Wobwobwob, Poet’s Magic, 12 Others. 5.20 JORDAN ELECTRICS LTD HANDICAP (3) 1m 5f Winner £8,100 (9 run) RTV 1 (5) 334 Dark Jedi (7) T Easterby 5 10-4...........................D Fentiman 95 2 (8) -60 Get Shirty (31) D O’Meara 5 10-4........................... J Watson — 3 (7) 618 Dash Of Spice (22) A Keatley 7 10-0.........................H Doyle 94 4 (2) -00 Sir Chauvelin (8) J Goldie 9 10-0 (CD)...... Miss A Waugh (5) — 5 (3) 049 Ben Lilly (12) D Brown 4 9-10.................... O McSweeney (7) 90 6 (1) 700 Glasses Up (6) R M Smith 6 9-6 (C6)...........................D Allan 95 7 (4) 0-4 Beechwood Jude (25) K Dalgleish 5 9-2.......... C Rodriguez 77 8 (6) 325 Greengage (25) T Davidson 6 9-0 (CD2).......................J Hart 87 9 (9) 720 Annandale (28) M Johnston 3 8-12...................R Kingscote 96 BETTING: 3 Dark Jedi, 4 Greengage, 6 Annandale, 7 Beechwood Jude, 8 Others. Zoom 1.10 Beaches Firepower 1.40 Mr Tyrrell Khaadem 2.15 Hurricane Ivor Al Aasy (nb) 2.50 Solid Stone Injazati 3.25 Sam Cooke Wings Of War (nap) 4.00 Gis A Sub Sweet Summer 4.35 Definite Praiano 5.05 Fox Vardy Neptune Legend 2.25 Neptune Legend Sunday Justice 3.00 Crocodile Tears Shamlaan 3.35 King Of Speed Molinari 4.10 Molinari Love Is Golden 4.45 Furzig Old Flame 5.15 Old Flame Aliento 5.45 Final Frontier Mashaaer 1.00 Mystic Wells Mobadra 1.30 Anghaam Dancing To Win 2.05 Mayaas World Of Windhover 2.40 Love Powerful Mancini 3.15 Hochfeld Sammarr 3.50 Sammarr Luna Magic 4.25 Luna Magic Makalu 1.20 Vaccine Juan Elcano 1.55 Euchen Glen Blackrod 2.30 Royal Scimitar Canonized 3.05 Canonized Just Frank 3.40 Commanche Falls Shelir 4.15 Shelir Summa Peto 4.50 Asad Ben Lilly 5.20 Get Shirty Thaki 4.55 Big Impact Reem Zabeel 5.30 Heidi High Twilight Secret 6.00 Canford Bay Annie Rose 6.30 Far From A Ruby Chillsea 7.00 Silk Tie Nurse Florence 7.30 Alcazan Geelong 8.00 Cabinet Maker Dreambird 8.30 Nicks Not Wonder CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS Racing

50 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive AYR TODAY Going: Good to firm Draw: A middle to high draw is an advantage in sprint races, low numbers favoured on the round course. Jackpot meeting Forgivable 1.00 Forgivable Lethal Levi 1.35 Lethal Levi Project Dante 2.10 Vintage Clarets Tweet Tweet (nap) 2.45 White Lavender Call Me Ginger 3.20 Mark’s Choice Prince Imperial 3.55 Haveyoumissedme Merricourt 4.30 tilsitt Ron O 5.00 Motarajel 1.00 BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF NOVICE STAKES (4) (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £7,560 (14 run) RTV 1 (8) Beluga Gold J J Quinn 9-5.........................................J Hart — 2 (14) 37 Bitcoin Ranger (14) J J Quinn 9-5.................... B Robinson 72 3 (9) 0 Echosmith (28) A Keatley 9-5.............................L Edmunds 70 4 (4) 45 Forgivable (35) T Easterby 9-5 (BF)..........................D Allan 88 5 (11) 5 Green Team (78) K Ryan 9-5.......................................S Gray 79 6 (5) Kanzino K Burke 9-5.................................................... C Lee — 7 (7) Marhaba The Champ K Ryan 9-5..........................T Eaves — 8 (6) Shimmering Sands M & D Easterby 9-5........... JP Sullivan — 9 (3) Sun Hill M & D Easterby 9-5..................... Joanna Mason (3) — 10 (12) 64 Wootton’sun (31) R Fahey 9-5..........................P Hanagan 81 11 (10) 567 Yeeeaah (20) M Dods 9-5....................................... C Beasley 73 12 (1) 32 Azure Blue (30) M Dods 9-0............................P Mulrennan 99 13 (2) Celestial Star K Dalgleish 9-0........................ C Rodriguez — 14 (13) Sophiesticate J Goldie 9-0................................... A Mullen — BETTING: 7-4 Azure Blue, 5-2 Forgivable, 6 Marhaba The Champ, 8 Kanzino, 12 Wootton’sun, 14 Beluga Gold, 16 Green Team, 20 Celestial Star, 25 Others. 2020: FAIRMAC 9 5, Joe Fanning 10-1 (M Johnston), drawn (11), 13 ran. 1.35 EBF NURSERY (2) (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £9,277 (15 run) RTV 1 (12) 900 Aleezdancer (30) K Ryan 9-7 (D).............. O McSweeney (7) 78 2 (10) 421 Locke (10) B Meehan 9-4(6ex) (D)......................P Mulrennan 78 3 (8) 110 Lady Lade (30) K Dalgleish 9-3.......................... C Rodriguez 82 4 (15) 140 St Andrew’s Castle (5) I Jardine 9-0 (CD)............ A Mullen 81 5 (3) 221 Lethal Levi (20) K Burke 9-0 (D2).....................P-L Jamin (5) 81 6 (2) 615 Ryan’s Party (16) K Ryan 8-12 (D)............................T Eaves 84 7 (11) 502 Final Account (16) R Fahey 8-11.......................P Hanagan 81 8 (4) 520 Cotai Class (29) Phillip Makin 8-8............................. R Scott 70 9 (13) 096 El Maga (9) Phillip Makin 8-8 (D)............... Joanna Mason (3) 99 10 (1) 812 Kendred Fire (39) J O’Keeffe 8-7 (D).............. P J McDonald 82 11 (9) 930 Ninky Nonk (8) K Dalgleish 8-7....................................G Lee 79 12 (6) 541 Straits Of Moyle (9) R Fahey 8-7(6ex) (D)..........B McHugh 86 13 (14) 314 Golden Duke (19) N Tinkler 8-6 (D)..........F McManoman (3) 82 14 (5) 628 Ayling (9) A Keatley 8-5..........................................L F Roche 82 15 (7) 877 Jkr Cobbler (13) I Jardine 8-0..............................J Gormley 81 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. 2020: OUTRUN THE STORM 8 7, Patrick Mathers 18-1 (R Fahey), drawn (9), 10 ran. 2.10 EBF STALLIONS HARRY ROSEBERY STAKES (LISTED) (1) (2-Y-O) 5f Winner £24,385 (13 run) RTV 1 (6) 122 Edward Cornelius (16) K Dalgleish 9-3 (BF, D)...J Fanning 75 2 (5) 51 Ernest Rutherford (26) M O’Callaghan (IRE) 9-3 (D).......L F Roche 74 3 (3) 513 Mitbaahy (27) R Varian 9-3 (D)............................. R Dawson 87 4 (12) 130 Project Dante (71) B Smart 9-3 (BF, D).......................G Lee 97 5 (13) 368 Vintage Clarets (28) R Fahey 9-3 (CD)..............P Hanagan 93 6 (9) 344 Canonized (15) W Haggas 8-12 (D3)..........................D Allan 93 7 (7) 417 Eternal Halo (27) K Dalgleish 8-12 (D)............ C Rodriguez 78 8 (4) 141 Fast Response (5) K Burke 8-12 (D2)..........................J Hart 99 9 (1) 212 Geocentric (21) G M Lyons (IRE) 8-12 (D)..............G F Carroll 96 10 (10) 190 Lady Ayresome (48) K Ryan 8-12 (D2)........................S Gray 79 11 (11) 1 Peggy Sioux (16) K Ryan 8-12 (D)..............................T Eaves 70 12 (2) 610 Unfinishedsympathy (15) R Spencer 8-12..........A Villiers 72 13 (8) 242 Vertiginous (14) B Meehan 8-12 (BF).............P Mulrennan 97 BETTING: 4 Project Dante, 9-2 Vintage Clarets, 5 Geocentric, 7 Canonized, 8 Vertiginous, Mitbaahy, 10 Peggy Sioux, Ernest Rutherford, 20 Others. 2020: WINTER POWER 8 12, David Allan 7-1 (T Easterby), drawn (11), 11 ran. FORM GUIDE: PROJECT DANTE 9-2fav Took keen hold, led after 2f, ridden and headed 2f out, weakened final furlong, 10th of 11, 7l behind Lusail at Newmarket 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Jul. VINTAGE CLARETS 12-1 Prominent, close up when ridden over 2f out, weakened final furlong, 8th of 11, 4 1/2l behind Lusail at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug. GEOCENTRIC 22-1 Led and disputed, ridden and joined 2f out, headed 1 1/2f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 2nd of 12, 4l behind Sacred Bridge at Curragh 6f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug. CANONIZED 7-1 Rear early, headway 2f out,hampered, stayed on well, 4th of 11, 1 1/2l behind Corazon at ParisLongchamp(FR) 5f 2yo Grp 3 gd. 2.45 EBF FILLIES’ STAKES (FILLIES’ AND MARES’ LISTED) (1) 5f 110yds Winner £30,907 (16 run) RTV 1 (6) 759 Keep Busy (19) J J Quinn 4 9-3 (CD)...............................J Hart 99 2 (13) 212 Al Simmo (9) Steph Hollinshead 4 9-0 (BF, D4)............... C Lee 70 3 (7) 334 Bimble (33) H Candy 4 9-0 (D)..............................P Hanagan 75 4 (14) 514 Gellhorn (52) S C Williams 4 9-0 (BF, D2)................M Ghiani 78 5 (2) 685 Queen Kahlua (47) S C Williams 4 9-0.................. C Beasley 81 6 (16) 820 Stars In The Night (30) K Ryan 4 9-0 (D4)...............T Eaves 81 7 (9) 145 Blackberry (9) B Smart 3 8-12 (D4)............................G Lee 87 8 (4) 055 Dandalla (20) K Burke 3 8-12 (D3)........................... B Curtis 80 9 (10) 457 Let’s (22) K J Condon (IRE) 3 8-12 (D)..................J M Sheridan 91 10 (5) 233 Noorban (13) D O’Meara 3 8-12 (CD)...........................S Gray 85 11 (8) 192 Operatic (21) S & E Crisford 3 8-12 (D3)............ P J McDonald 88 12 (11) 466 Russian River (58) J P O’Brien (IRE) 3 8-12 (D).... R Dawson 90 13 (3) 214 Tenaya Canyon (30) E Walker 3 8-12 (BF, D3)...P Mulrennan 90 14 (12) 734 Teresa Mendoza (40) K J Condon (IRE) 3 8-12 (D)....W J Lee 96 15 (15) 911 Tweet Tweet (30) D Carroll 3 8-12 (D3).................... H Shaw 99 16 (1) 422 White Lavender (22) Joseph G Murphy (IRE) 3 8-12 (D).....G F Carroll 96 BETTING: 10-3 Keep Busy, 11-2 White Lavender, 7 Tweet Tweet, Teresa Mendoza, 8 Russian River, 12 Tenaya Canyon, Let’s, 14 Operatic, 16 Others. 2020: EXCEPTIONAL 3 8 12, Paul Hanagan 11-2 (R Fahey), drawn (5), 16 ran. FORM GUIDE: KEEP BUSY 10-1 Headway 2f out, never reached leaders, 9th of 12, 9l behind Garrus at Deauville(FR) 6f Grp 3 gd in Aug. WHITE LAVENDER 12-1 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 Master Matt at Tipperary 5f Listed stks (1) in Aug. TERESA MENDOZA 17-2 Chased leaders in 5th, short of room briefly 2f out, soon ridden, no impression on leaders in 4th 1f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 7, 7l behind Gustavus Weston at Curragh 6f Grp 3 (1) in Aug. TWEET TWEET 7-1 Soon led, ridden over 1f out, kept on gamely, won at York 5f fll hcp (2) gd in Aug beating Mid Winster by 1 1/4l, 13 ran. RUSSIAN RIVER 6-1 Slowly into stride, soon mid-division, ridden 2f out, went 5th 1f out, no extra, 6th of 13, 3 1/2l behind Wren’s Breath at Naas 6f fll lst stks (1) gd in Jul. LET’S 80-1 Mid-division, ridden in 7th 2f out, under pressure in 5th 1f out, kept on one pace final furlong, 7th of 15, 3 1/2l behind Pearls Galore at Tipperary 7f flls Group 3 stks (1) in Aug. 3.20 VIRGIN BET AYR BRONZE CUP HANDICAP (2) 6f Winner £15,462 (25 run) RTV 1 (25) 024 Bernardo O’Reilly (7) R Spencer 7 9-10 (D5)...A Villiers (3) 82 2 (11) 394 Musicality (15) R Varian 4 9-9 (D)....................... R Dawson 79 3 (22) 839 Out The Hat (6) J O’Keeffe 3 9-9 (D3)................P-L Jamin (5) 70 4 (6) 411 Secretinthepark (20) R Menzies 11 9-9 (D2).P J McDonald 70 5 (15) 115 Boogie Time (21) K Burke 3 9-9 (D4)......................... B Curtis 86 6 (5) 012 Show Me Show Me (15) R Fahey 4 9-9................P Mathers 70 7 (13) 233 Danzan (28) T Easterby 6 9-8 (D3)..............................D Allan 79 8 (8) 385 Be Proud (5) J Goldie 5 9-8 (C)................... Miss A Waugh (5) 82 9 (7) 373 Ghathanfar (21) T Waggott 5 9-7 (D2).....................T Eaves 82 10 (16) 000 Flying Pursuit (21) T Easterby 8 9-7 (CD).........D Fentiman 76 11 (17) 104 Citron Major (8) N Tinkler 6 9-7 (D5)...................... R Scott 76 12 (4) 311 Call Me Ginger (8) J Goldie 5 9-7 (D3).............P Mulrennan 86 13 (3) 216 John Kirkup (47) M Dods 6 9-6 (CD2).................... C Beasley 79 14 (10) 815 Fortamour (13) B Haslam 5 9-6 (D2)..................P Hanagan 73 15 (20) 407 Northernpowerhouse (21) B Smart 5 9-6 (D)........G Lee 82 16 (23) 323 Ventura Express (14) P Midgley 4 9-6............. B Robinson 79 17 (2) 113 Twilight Madness (20) S Hodgson 3 9-4 (BF, D3)......J Hart 86 18 (21) 712 Mark’s Choice (17) S England 5 9-3 (C, D5).............C Hardie 76 19 (1) 163 Never Dark (5) I Jardine 4 9-3............................... A Mullen 70 20 (14) 346 Pearl Of Qatar (31) T Davidson 5 9-1 (CD2)........... P Dennis 70 21 (18) 742 Thegreatestshowman (13) A Murphy 5 9-0 (D).......Doubtful 99 22 (12) 352 Pockley (22) Miss L Perratt 3 9-0 (D)..................... JP Sullivan 82 23 (24) 346 Chookie Dunedin (13) K Dalgleish 6 9-0 (CD)... C Rodriguez 70 24 (9) 475 True Mason (34) Phillip Makin 5 8-12 (D)....................S Gray 79 25 (19) 631 Thornaby Pearl (48) Adrian Nicholls 3 8-11 (D2)......B McHugh 76 BETTING: 15-2 Call Me Ginger, 8 Secretinthepark, 12 Bernardo O’Reilly, Ghathanfar, 14 Musicality, Danzan, Twilight Madness, Thornaby Pearl, Mark’s Choice, 16 Others. 2020: ROUNDHAY PARK 5 9 3, Faye McManoman(5) 13-2 (N Tinkler), drawn (21), 23 ran. FORM GUIDE: CALL ME GINGER 3-1 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 by 2l, 7 ran. SECRETINTHEPARK 7-1 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 by 1/2l, 9 ran. BERNARDO O’REILLY 12-1 In touch, headway when not clear run over 1f out, ran on, nearest finish, 4th of 12, 2 1/2l behind Able Kane at Doncaster 6f hcp 105 (2) gd. GHATHANFAR 7-1 Prominent, stumbled slightly over 3f out, driven over 1f out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, kept on, 3rd of 13, 4l behind Just Frank at Thirsk 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug. DANZAN 10-3 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 at Musselburgh 7f hcp 0-90 (3) gd in Aug. MARK’S CHOICE 3-1 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 at Ripon 6f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug. MUSICALITY 10-1 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 at Newcastle 6f hcap (3). THORNABY PEARL 13-2 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 by 1/2l, 8 ran. TWILIGHT MADNESS 1-1fav Prominent on inner, pressed leader 1f out, kept on same pace final furlong, 3rd of 7, 1 1/2l behind Louie de Palma at Windsor 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf in Aug. BE PROUD 16-1 Ducked leaving stalls, chased leaders, ridden over 2f out, kept on, not pace to challenge, 5th of 17, 2l behind Lezardrieux at Haydock 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gf. BOOGIE TIME 10-3 Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, weakened final furlong, last of 5, 7l behind Cairn Island at Newmarket 6f 3yo hcp 0-95 (3) gf in Aug. FORTAMOUR 10-3 Towards rear, ridden over 2f out, stayed on same pace, 5th of 7, 4 1/2l behind Popmaster at Ascot 6f hcp 105 (2) gf. JOHN KIRKUP 11-2 Towards rear, ridden 2f out, no extra inside final furlong, 6th of 9, 2 3/4l behind Ready Freddie Go at Thirsk 5f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. SHOW ME SHOW ME 10-1 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 at Newcastle 5f hcap (3). VENTURA EXPRESS 5-2 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 at Pontefract 5f hcp 0-95 (3) gf. CHOOKIE DUNEDIN 14-1 Raced keenly, chased leaders, pushed along to challenge 2f out, ridden over 1f out, no extra final furlong, 6th of 9, 5l behind Sucellus at Haydock 1m hcp 0-80 (4) gf. CITRON MAJOR 6-1 Chased leaders near side of group, ridden inside final 2f, weakened soon after, 4th of 7, 6l behind Call Me Ginger at Doncaster 6f ladys hcp 0-95 (3) gf. FLYING PURSUIT 25-1 Blindfold off a fraction late, prominent, ridden over 2f out, lost place over 1f out, 10th of 13, 10l behind Just Frank at Thirsk 6f hcp 0-95 (3) gd in Aug. NEVER DARK 6-1 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 at Musselburgh 5f hcp 0-90 (3) gs. 3.55 VIRGIN BET HANDICAP (3) 2m 1f 105yds Winner £8,100 (5 run) RTV 1 (2) 324 Lucky Deal (7) M Johnston 6 10-0.........................J Fanning 97 2 (4) 216 Prince Imperial (30) R Hughes 4 9-12 (D)......... T Heard (5) 97 3 (1) 218 Let Me Be (54) K Dalgleish 5 9-3 (C)..................... C Rodriguez 99 4 (3) 0-4 Beechwood Jude (24) K Dalgleish 5 9-0.....................G Lee 87 5 (5) 241 Haveyoumissedme (11) I Jardine 3 8-4................ A Mullen 70 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. FORM GUIDE: LUCKY DEAL 22-1 Pushed along early towards rear, headway 2f out, ridden and kept on one pace, 4th of 10, 5l behind Rhythmic Intent at Doncaster 1m 6f hcp 105 (2) gd. PRINCE IMPERIAL 22-1 Tracked leaders, ridden well over 3f out, every chance 2f out, one pace final furlong, 6th of 14, 4l behind Arcadian Sunrise at York 2m hcp 105 (2) gd in Aug. HAVEYOU- MISSEDME 13-8 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 by 1 1/4l, 8 ran. LET ME BE 11-2 Mid-division, ridden 3f out, weakened from 2f out, 8th of 10, 14l behind Glasses Up at Musselburgh 1m 6f hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Jul. BEECHWOOD JUDE 14-1 Chased leaders, ridden under 2f out, faded inside last, 4th of 8, 10l behind Emaraty Hero at Musselburgh 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gd in Aug. 4.30 REMUS UOMO HANDICAP (DIV 1) (5) 1m Winner £3,132 (14 run) RTV 1 (8) 321 Tilsitt (14) R M Smith 4 10-1 (D2)................... S B Kirrane (5) 83 2 (5) 777 Al Erayg (25) T Easterby 8 9-12 (D4)...........................D Allan 96 3 (14) 253 King Of Tonga (7) D O’Meara 5 9-11........................D Nolan 85 4 (3) 153 Merricourt (24) I Jardine 5 9-10 (CD2).................. A Mullen 87 5 (4) 677 Dancin Boy (21) M Dods 5 9-8 (D).......................... C Beasley 75 6 (9) 324 Fae The Port (117) K Burke 3 9-7................................. C Lee 87 7 (11) 312 Little Ted (6) T Easterby 4 9-5 (D2)......................P Hanagan 81 8 (2) 315 Royal Regent (24) R M Smith 9 9-3 (CD)..............P Mathers 83 9 (13) 942 Bavardages (22) M & D Easterby 4 9-2 (D).......P Mulrennan 87 10 (6) 297 Bankawi (17) M & D Easterby 4 9-2 (D2).... Joanna Mason (3) 99 11 (7) 160 Shackabooah (31) S Dixon 4 9-0............................. B Curtis 82 12 (1) 237 Zoravan (31) K Dalgleish 8 8-11 (C, D)................ C Rodriguez 86 13 (12) 324 Retirement Beckons (9) Miss L Perratt 6 8-7 (CD).JP Sullivan 82 14 (10) 463 Cool Dandy (6) K Dalgleish 3 8-3..........................J Fanning 70 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. FORM GUIDE: TILSITT 14-1 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 by 1/2l, 9 ran. BAVARDAGES 9-2 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 at Carlisle 1m am hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug. KING OF TONGA 11-1 Prominent, ridden 2f out, kept on from over 1f out, 3rd of 10, 4l behind Parys Mountain at Chester 1m amat hcap (4) sft. LITTLE TED 9-1 Raced wide close up, ridden to chase clear winner entering final furlong, stayed on one pace, 2nd of 11, 4l behind Emiyn at Chester 1m 2f hcp 0-80 (4) gs. FAE THE PORT 10-3 Led early, chased leaders, went 2nd over 6f out until over 3f out, soon weakened, last of 4, 34l behind Glen Again at Nottingham 1m 2f 3yo hcp 0-80 (4) sft in May. MERRICOURT 12-1 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 at Musselburgh 1m 1f hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug. AL ERAYG 14-1 Chased leaders, ridden 2f out, soon weakened, 7th of 11, 7l behind Challet at Ripon 1m hcp 0-85 (4) gd in Aug. 5.00 REMUS UOMO HANDICAP (DIV 2) (5) 1m Winner £3,132 (13 run) RTV 1 (9) 742 Bringitonboris (15) K Dalgleish 4 9-13 (CD).......J Fanning 92 2 (7) 573 Tahonta (21) K Ryan 3 9-8......................... O McSweeney (7) 96 3 (6) -00 Twilight Prince (70) R Fahey 3 9-8..................P Hanagan 70 4 (4) 313 Clay Regazzoni (5) K Dalgleish 4 9-8 (D).......... C Rodriguez 97 5 (3) 405 North Of Amazing (41) K Burke 3 9-6....................... C Lee 96 6 (2) 361 Motarajel (19) T Easterby 4 9-4 (D2).................D Fentiman 97 7 (11) 332 Ron O (21) J L Eyre 3 9-2............................................. B Curtis 99 8 (5) 171 Temper Trap (16) T Easterby 4 9-2...........................D Allan 97 9 (13) 505 Rhythmic Blues M & D Easterby 3 9-1... Joanna Mason (3) 76 10 (8) 6-5 En Couleur (150) M & D Easterby 4 9-0 (BF)......P Mulrennan — 11 (10) 548 Flying Moon (22) R M Smith 5 8-13 (CD2)............P Mathers 99 12 (1) 165 Havana Go (6) I Jardine 6 8-7 (CD).......................... A Mullen 99 13 (12) 486 Lucky Violet (24) Miss L Perratt 9 8-7 (CD2).................G Lee 95 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. TRACKFACTS NEWTON ABBOT: Left-handed flat, tight track of 1m, seven fences per circuit and a run-in of 300 yards. TOP TRACK TRAINERS WITH RUNNERS: (2016-2021): P Nicholls 49-166, F O’Brien 23-85, P Hobbs 18-116, P Bowen 12-57, J Scott 11-75. CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS KEMPTON TODAY NEWTON ABBOT TODAY Going: Standard to slow Draw: No advantage. Going: Good-good to firm in places Odisseo 4.50 Thatsthefinest Blackthirtyone 5.25 shobiz Rajmeister 6.00 Rajmeister King Capella 6.30 Restitution Evaluation 7.00 yAGAn Flat To The Max 7.30 Eaglesglen Publicist 8.00 Uncle Dick Poet’s Eye 8.30 Mountain Ash Every Breakin Wave 1.53 Diligent Cage Of Fear 2.28 Black Anthem Little Jessture 3.03 Ginger Du Val Easkey Lad 3.38 Alramz Whatsthecraicjack 4.13 Aye Aye Charlie Eglantine Du Seuil 4.45 Arc Of Bubbles Loup De Maulde 5.15 Loup De Maulde 4.50 SHARON CORAL’S 60TH BIRTHDAY BASH NURSERY (6) (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £2,322 (13 run) RTV 1 (10) 691 Odisseo (11) M Botti 9-13(6ex) (D).....................S Cherchi (3) 47 2 (1) 560 Stargazer Lily (15) A Watson 9-7..........................H Doyle 43 3 (8) 537 Streak Jazz (37) R Brisland 9-6............................T Ladd (3) 44 4 (11) 703 Beloved Of All (76) C Dunnett 9-3....................... E J Walsh — 5 (13) 073 Mythical Star (4) R Hughes 9-2 (BF)................ G Rooke (3) 43 6 (5) 588 Travers (3) S P C Woods 9-2...................................D Keenan — 7 (6) 076 Hurry Up Hedley (11) W Haggas 9-2.....................C Fallon 46 8 (7) 866 Perceivable (8) J Butler 8-11..................................G Wood 24 9 (2) 094 Mild Reflection (37) J Portman 8-11..............R Kingscote 46 10 (9) 312 Thatsthefinest (4) J Butler 8-10 (CD)....................L Morris 46 11 (4) 325 Twistaline (8) B Millman 8-10.............................R Coakley 44 12 (3) 907 Hen Harrier (17) J Boyle 8-8...................Georgia Dobie (3) 32 13 (12) 809 Honeywell (18) R Harris 8-8................................ T Whelan — BETTING: 4 Odisseo, 5 Mild Reflection, Hurry Up Hedley, 11-2 Thatsthefinest, 6 Mythical Star, 10 Twistaline, Stargazer Lily, 12 Streak Jazz, 16 Others. 5.25 UNIBET CASINO DEPOSIT 10 GET 40 BONUS NOVICE STAKES (5) 6f Winner £3,510 (11 run) RTV 1 (7) 897 Alafdhal (13) P McEntee 3 9-5................................L Morris 58 2 (10) 54 Blackthirtyone (25) A West 3 9-5.......................J Haynes 65 3 (2) 3-3 Shobiz (13) C Hills 3 9-5...................................... C Shepherd 83 4 (4) 622 Thaler (107) Sir M Stoute 3 9-5 (BF)....................R Kingscote 79 5 (8) Are You Able P Evans 4 9-2................................G Downing — 6 (6) 7-0 Winalotwithalittle (79) J R Jenkins 5 9-2.Jimmy Quinn 27 7 (3) Dark Side Diamond C Dwyer 3 9-0..T Hammer Hansen (3) — 8 (1) 7- Dream A Little (351) E Walker 3 9-0.......................H Doyle — 9 (11) 22 Frosted Angel (23) Brian O’Rourke 3 9-0 (BF)........ R Havlin — 10 (9) 9-7 Hope Springs (23) J Boyle 3 9-0.......................... C Bennett 39 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. 2020: RECALL THE SHOW 3 9 3, Pat Cosgrave 15-8 Fav (M Quinn), drawn (3), 9 ran. 6.00 UNIBET NEW INSTANT ROULETTE HANDICAP (5) 7f Winner £3,240 (11 run) RTV 1 (11) 276 Blackcastle Storm (87) R Hughes 4 9-11 (D).. G Rooke (3) — 2 (1) 075 Phuket Power (28) T Dascombe 4 9-10 (CD)..... W Carver (3) 72 3 (10) 855 Emraan (41) I Williams 5 9-10............................R Kingscote — 4 (5) 080 Al Suil Eile (37) S A Harris 5 9-9 (CD).......................S W Kelly 82 5 (8) 327 Allerby (21) H Candy 3 9-7 (BF)................................G Wood 76 6 (7) 363 Rajmeister (44) Tom Clover 3 9-7......................... J Mitchell 73 7 (9) 751 Liger King (19) W Knight 3 9-4 (D)..................... C Shepherd 70 8 (2) 934 Los Camachos (16) J Gallagher 6 8-13 (C, D).Grace McEntee (5) 75 9 (6) 455 Actaea (23) H Main 3 8-13.........................................C Fallon 72 10 (4) 8-1 Capla Dream (122) J Tuite 3 8-13..............R Clutterbuck (5) 56 11 (3) 638 Crocus (18) E Walker 3 8-12......................................H Doyle 49 BETTING: 9-2 Liger King, 6 Rajmeister, 13-2 Capla Dream, 8 Phuket Power, Allerby, Los Camachos, Emraan, Blackcastle Storm, 10 Others. 2020: KODIELLEN 3 9 5, Luke Catton(7) 18-1 (R Hannon), drawn (5), 12 ran. FORM GUIDE: LIGER KING 10-3fav Prominent, ridden 3f out, led 2f out, ran on well, won at Yarmouth 7f hcp 0-65 (6) gf in Aug beating Special Mayson by 1/2l, 11 ran. RAJMEISTER 11-1 Held up, ridden 2f out, headway over 1f out, ran on to grab third inside final furlong, 3rd of 7, 4l behind Motorious at Kempton 7f 3yo hcp 0-75 (5) pol in Aug. CAPLA DREAM 14-1 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 by 3/4l, 11 ran. ALLERBY 3-1fav Tracked leader towards stand side, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 7th of 8, 7l behind Vanitas at Newmarket 7f flls hcp 0-75 (5) gf in Aug. BLACKCASTLE STORM 4-1 Close up, pushed along 2f out, weakened inside final furlong, 6th of 9, 9l behind Sunset Bay at Newbury 7f hcp 0-75 (5) sft in Jun. EMRAAN 18-1 Chased leaders, headway to challenge over 2f out, soon pushed along, no extra from over 1f out, 5th of 10, 5l behind Cold Stare at Haydock 7f hcp 0-85 (4) sft in Aug. 1.53 STEVE CHAPMAN MEMORIAL NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) (4) 2m 6f Winner £4,084 (4 run) SSR 1 211 Every Breakin Wave (29) Claire Hitch 11 11-12 (CD).B Godfrey (5)127 2 213 Diligent (12) N Hawke 8 10-12 (BF, C).....................K Buckley (7) — 3 945 Oscars Reign (61) Alexandra Dunn 4 10-9.............. N Scholfield — 4 76- Southfield Lily (148) M Bradstock 5 10-5...................J J Burke 86 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. FORM GUIDE: EVERY BREAKIN WAVE 4-1 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 by 1/2l, 4 ran. DILIGENT 5-4fav Led until 2nd, chased winner until 3 out, weakened after, last of 3, 17l behind Oscar Rose at Perth 2m 4f hcap ch (2) gd. OSCARS REIGN 14-1 Pressed leader, led 9f out, headed 2f out, weakened inside final furlong, 5th of 8, 19l behind Lady Excalibur at Stratford 2m NH flat (4) gd in Jul. SOUTHFIELD LILY 100-1 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 at Warwick 2m 3f mdn hdl (4) gd in Apr. 2.28 MIKE MCHUGH MEMORIAL HANDICAP CHASE (4) 3m 2f Winner £3,594 (4 run) SSR 1 343 Fact Of The Matter (17) J Snowden 11 12-0........... G Sheehan 120 2 P25 Black Anthem (24) T Lacey 9 11-12 (C).........................J J Burke 100 3 545 Cage Of Fear (32) Christian Williams 7 11-9................ J Tudor (3) 111 4 212 Joey Steel (100) Christian Williams 8 10-5 (BF)......... N Scholfield 119 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. FORM GUIDE: JOEY STEEL 3-1fav 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 at Fontwell 3m 2f hcp chs 0-105 (5) gf in Jun. FACT OF THE MATTER 9-2 Led, headed 4 out, kept on same pace soon after, 3rd of 5, 16l behind Delight Of Dubai at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp chs 0-125 (3) gd in Aug. BLACK ANTHEM 17-2 Raced keenly, tracked leader, led 3rd until 3 out, weakened next, last of 5, 27l behind Damut I’m Out at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 7f cond hcp hdl 0-1115 (4) gd in Aug. CAGE OF FEAR 12-1 Prominent, pressed leader 13th, hit 4 out, ridden and weakened 3 out, 5th of 7, well behind Wishfull Dreaming at Bangor-on-Dee 3m hcp chs 0-115 (4) gd in Aug. 3.03 MARES’ NOVICES’ HURDLE (GBB RACE) (4) 2m 1f Winner £4,084 (8 run) SSR 1 441 She’s A Novelty (24) F O’Brien 6 11-5 (D).............. L Harrison (5) 112 2 70- Amelia’s Dance (198) R Walford 6 10-12................. S Sheppard 124 3 232 Ginger Du Val (24) M Rowley 5 10-12.............Mr B Bromley (7) 112 4 13- Little Jessture Ben Clarke 5 10-12 (CD).....................B R Jones — 5 5P4 Roque Angel (24) M Rowley 5 10-12.....................A Edwards (3) 84 6 Gaelic Belle Chris Honour 4 10-10............................ D Noonan — 7 6 Ince (24) F O’Brien 4 10-10.......................................... P Brennan 68 8 90 Saxon Queen (16) P Bowen 4 10-10..............................J Bowen 27 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. FORM GUIDE: SHE’S A NOVELTY 2-1fav 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 by 6l, 12 ran. GINGER DU VAL 3-1 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 at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug. AMELIA’S DANCE 7-2 Led until pushed along and headed before 2 out, soon lost 2nd, mistake 2 out, soon weakened weakened, 11th of 15, 36l behind Peltwell at Wincanton 1m 7f (5) gs in Mar. LITTLE JESSTURE 10-1 Held up in rear, went 4th over 4f out, no impression, went 3rd final strides, 3rd of 6, 14l behind Long Stay at Newton Abbot 2m 1f NH flat (5) gd in Sep ‘20. INCE 18-1 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 at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug. ROQUE ANGEL 80-1 Towards rear, plugged on from 2 out, never any chance, 4th of 12, 35l behind She’s A Novelty at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f mdn hdle (4) gd in Aug. GAELIC BELLE 80-1 Slowly into stride, always behind, tailed off, last of 11, well behind Coltrane at Chepstow 1m 4f mdn stks (5) gf in Jul ‘20 (flat). 6.30 UNIBET/BREEDERS BACKING RACING EBF NOVICE STAKES (5) 1m 4f Winner £4,050 (10 run) RTV 1 (8) 3-1 Restitution (143) A King 3 9-9...............................C Fallon 67 2 (9) Thebannerkingrebel J Snowden 8 9-9........ C Shepherd — 3 (10) 31 Beholding (16) J & T Gosden 3 9-4 (D)..................... R Havlin 77 4 (1) Cu Chulainn B Meehan 3 9-2..................................L Morris — 5 (5) 96 Joy Coast (59) I Mohammed 3 9-2........................ L Steward 8 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) J-R Auvray 3 8-11................................Jane Elliott — 9 (3) 67 Salonniere (22) Matt Crawley 3 8-11........R Clutterbuck (5) 32 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. FORM GUIDE: BEHOLDING 8-11fav Wore hood to post, tracked leaders, pushed along out wide 3f out, led over 2f out, soon quickened clear, very easily, won at Lingfield 1m 4f nov stk (5) pol beating Basic Beauty by 10l, 9 ran. KING CAPELLA 2-1 Held up, ridden 3f out, took lead 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, headed final 50 yards, 2nd of 4, 1/2l behind Tall Order at Haydock 1m 4f 3yo mdn (4) gf. RESTITUTION 1-4fav Tracked leaders, dropped to 4th over 4f out, headway to narrowly lead over 1f out, ran green and hung left final furlong, asserted towards finish, won at Yarmouth 1m 3f mdn stks (5) gf in Apr beating Ballantruan by 1 1/2l, 4 ran. CU CHULAINN Archipenko gelding out of Desert Berry. THEBANNERKINGREBEL 16-1 Jumped left early, made most until fell 6th, in a race won by Umndeni at Newton Abbot 2m 6f hcp hdl 0-150 (2) gd in Aug, 7 ran. SCHERBOBALOB 14-1 Steadied start, held up last, headway out wide over 3f out, went 2nd inside final 2f, ridden over 1f out, no chance with easy winner, 2nd of 4, 10l behind Hey Teacher at Ffos Las 1m 4f nov auc stk (5) gd in Aug. 7.00 UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY (STAYERS’ SERIES) HANDICAP (4) 2m Winner £5,400 (8 run) RTV 1 (3) 124 Cochise (92) Miss S West 5 10-0.............................. T Whelan 68 2 (4) 7-6 Darksideoftarnside (28) N Mulholland 7 9-9.... R Havlin — 3 (8) 8-1 Olympic Honour (22) E Williams 5 9-6 (D)............S W Kelly — 4 (2) 356 Good Soul (22) H Palmer 3 9-1.................................C Fallon 87 5 (7) 123 Yagan (16) Sir M Prescott 3 8-9..................................L Morris 79 6 (1) 441 Evaluation (27) Sir M Stoute 3 8-8 (D)...............R Kingscote 78 7 (6) 323 Dreambird (15) R Charlton 3 8-8.............................H Doyle 66 8 (5) 323 Artemis Sky (16) M Tregoning 3 8-6.................... C Bennett — BETTING: 3 Olympic Honour, 10-3 Yagan, Evaluation, 8 Good Soul, Dreambird, Cochise, 10 Artemis Sky, 33 Darksideoftarnside. FORM GUIDE: OLYMPIC HONOUR 6-1 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 by 3/4l, 7 ran. EVALUATION 3-1 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 by 1/2l, 3 ran. YAGAN 5-2 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 at Lingfield 2m hcp 0-75 (5) pol. COCHISE 6-1 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 at Chelmsford City 2m hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Jun. 3.38 NEWTONABBOTRACING.COM HANDICAP HURDLE (5) 2m 1f Winner £2,723 (12 run) SSR 1 -34 Flamenco De Kerser (120) Mrs R Ford 6 12-0....... R McLernon 110 2 /4- Borak (147) D Faulkner 9 11-12................................ N Scholfield 87 3 P6P Percy (24) M Sheppard 7 11-10................................. S Sheppard 98 4 240 Blazing Saddles (32) J Scott 6 11-9........................ M Griffiths 116 5 112 Easkey Lad (61) D Burchell 6 11-3.................................B R Jones 109 6 30- Just No Risk (149) S Thomas 5 11-2.................S Twiston-Davies 108 7 -87 Good Bye (123) A Jones 6 11-0.................................P Cowley (3) 117 8 516 Alramz (65) Mrs S Gardner 5 10-10 (C).................... Lucy Gardner 112 9 31- Thinque Tank (197) C Longsdon 5 10-7.............Paul O’Brien (3) 109 10 0-1 Sergeant (17) M Harris 4 10-3 (CD)........................M Bastyan (3) 114 11 D89 Invincible Wish (32) S-J Davies 9 10-0.................W T Kennedy 104 12 753 Balzac (4) Sheila Lewis 4 10-0.........................Sean Houlihan (3) 104 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. FORM GUIDE: SERGEANT 5-1 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 by 2l, 14 ran. EASKEY LAD 6-1 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 at Newton Abbot 2m 1f nov hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gf in Jul. THINQUE TANK 4-1fav 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 by nk, 17 ran. BALZAC 25-1 Prominent early, chased leaders, outpaced when not fluent 2 out, weakened last, 3rd of 13, 22l behind Luttrell Lad at Worcester 2m mdn hdl (4) gd. ALRAMZ 4-1 Chased leader, awkward 2nd, ridden 3 out, 3rd and weakening when mistake last, 6th of 10, 29l behind Fox’s Socks at Uttoxeter 2m 4f nov hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Jul. FLAMENCO DE KERSER 16-1 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 at Market Rasen 2m 1f nh nov hdl (4) gd in May. BORAK 40-1 Held up towards rear, steady headway before 3 out, plugged on in modest 4th, 4th of 10, 24l behind Nikki Steel at Chepstow 2m hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gd in Apr. JUST NO RISK 10-3 Led until before 2 out, soon weakened, 10th of 13, 44l behind Numero Uno at Taunton 2m hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gf in Apr. BLAZING SADDLES 20-1 Midfield, ridden and lost place 8th, well beaten when not fluent 3 out, no extra, 11th of 13, 40l behind Richie Valentine at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f nov hcp chs 0-105 (5) gd in Aug. GOOD BYE 28-1 In rear, not fluent 1st, ridden and well beaten from 4 out, 7th of 10, 46l behind Beau Haze at Ffos Las 2m 4f nov hcp hdl 0-105 (5) gs in May. INVINCIBLE WISH 40-1 Led, headed 6th, ridden and lost place after 4 out, well beaten before 2 out, 9th of 13, 29l behind Richie Valentine at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f nov hcp chs 0-105 (5) gd in Aug. PERCY 40-1 Close up, hard ridden before 5th, tailed off before 6th, pulled up, in a race won by 7.30 TRY OUR NEW RUNNER BOOST AT UNIBET HAND- ICAP (6) 1m 3f Winner £2,322 (14 run) RTV 1 (7) 247 Flat To The Max (24) S Hodgson 6 9-12.................. R Havlin 71 2 (5) 754 Eaglesglen (36) Tom Clover 4 9-11....................... J Mitchell 74 3 (13) 00/ Isosceles J Flint 5 9-10..........................................W Cox (3) — 4 (8) 415 Like Sugar (107) K P De Foy 4 9-8 (BF, C)............... D Muscutt 69 5 (1) 787 Almufeed (35) S Curran 4 9-7...................Grace McEntee (5) — 6 (6) 2-8 Busted Ice (30) S Dow 6 9-7................................ J Duern (3) — 7 (3) 7-6 Rumi (212) R Charlton 3 9-6.................................... T Whelan 61 8 (11) 366 Promises (16) Suzi Best 4 9-6..................................L Morris 49 9 (10) 062 Pride Of Nepal (32) J Scott 3 9-5...................... C Shepherd 68 10 (4) 253 Ruskin Red (40) D Coakley 4 9-4..............................C Fallon 69 11 (12) 056 Morani Kali (48) Martin Smith 3 9-4............Georgia Lea (7) 77 12 (2) 144 Hy Eales (38) J Spearing 4 9-3.................................S W Kelly 58 13 (9) 562 Savitar (23) L Carter 6 9-0.......................................J Haynes 70 14 (14) 508 Lhebayeb (30) V Dartnall 3 8-10..................C Hutchinson (5) 76 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. 8.00 RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP (DIV 1) (6) 1m Winner £2,322 (14 run) RTV 1 (11) 095 Kaloor (43) C Banham 5 10-0 (D).............................J Haynes — 2 (3) 967 Samphire Coast (15) D Shaw 8 9-12 (CD).............D Keenan 67 3 (14) U40 Latent Heat (37) A Carroll 5 9-11 (D).................... L Steward — 4 (1) 715 Pride Of Hawridge (28) B Millman 3 9-9 (D)......R Coakley — 5 (13) 042 Publicist (23) J Tate 3 9-8 (C)................................ J Mitchell 68 6 (2) 4-6 Arizona Gold (31) P & O Cole 3 9-8.....................M Tabti (7) 58 7 (5) 907 Proclaimer (14) J Camacho 4 9-7.....................R Kingscote 66 8 (10) -79 Won Love (53) J Tuite 3 9-7...................................... R Havlin — 9 (12) 435 Uncle Dick (17) E J-Houghton 3 9-6.........................C Bishop 74 10 (6) 307 Carpentier (23) Sir M Prescott 3 9-5.......................L Morris 73 11 (9) 417 Shyjack (24) C Dunnett 6 9-3 (CD)............................ E J Walsh 68 12 (4) -10 Treble Clef (156) L Carter 6 8-10 (CD)................ C Shepherd 68 13 (8) 292 Pedestal (18) D Flood 7 8-8......................................H Doyle 59 14 (7) 656 Starchant (21) J Bridger 5 8-7.......................... G Rooke (3) 64 BETTING: 7-2 Publicist, 5 Uncle Dick, 6 Pride Of Hawridge, Pedestal, 8 Proclaimer, 14 Shyjack, Samphire Coast, Treble Clef, Carpentier, 16 Others. 8.30 RACINGTV.COM HANDICAP (DIV 2) (6) 1m Winner £2,322 (13 run) RTV 1 (4) 025 Dourado (16) P Chamings 7 10-0 (C, D).......R Clutterbuck (5) 70 2 (2) 333 Poet’s Eye (23) K P De Foy 4 9-12 (BF)................S Osborne (5) 68 3 (7) 977 Makambe (13) C Banham 6 9-10 (CD).......................J Haynes 73 4 (13) 446 Al Tarmaah (38) L Carter 4 9-10...............................L Jones 56 5 (3) 489 Chifa (30) E De Giles 4 9-8....................................... T Whelan 39 6 (5) 658 Titaneasy (17) J Bridger 6 9-7............................ G Rooke (3) 31 7 (1) 989 Appreciate (17) Tom Clover 3 9-7......................... J Mitchell — 8 (6) 334 Northbound (21) J Camacho 3 9-6...................R Kingscote — 9 (8) 155 Mabo (22) G Harris 6 9-5 (CD2)...................................L Morris 66 10 (11) 494 Catch My Breath (19) J Ryan 5 9-4 (D4)...............D Keenan 82 11 (12) 684 Whatzupwithme (21) M Loughnane 3 9-3............ P Prince — 12 (9) 452 Mountain Ash (25) B Millman 3 8-9 (D)..................H Doyle 55 13 (10) 0/5 Lady Gwhinnyvere (36) J Spearing 7 8-7.........Jane Elliott — BETTING: 7-2 Poet’s Eye, 5 Northbound, Mountain Ash, 6 Dourado, 13-2 Mabo, 10 Whatzupwithme, 12 Al Tarmaah, 16 Appreciate, Catch My Breath, 20 Others. FORM GUIDE: POET’S EYE 10-3fav Prominent early, in touch in mid-division, headway over 2f out, went 3rd over 1f out, kept on same pace inside final furlong, 3rd of 11, 6l behind Whatwouldyouknow at Wolverhampton 1m 1f hcp 0-65 (6) in Aug. MOUNTAIN ASH 9-4 Led early, tracked leader, pushed along over 3f out, led inside final furlong, headed towards finish, 2nd of 4, 1/2l behind Arcadian Nights at Chepstow 7f 3yo hcp 0-70 (5) gs in Aug. NORTHBOUND 5-1 Chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, stayed on same pace inside final furlong, 4th of 12, 3l behind Empirestateofmind at Thirsk 1m 3yo hcp 0-70 (5) gd in Aug. Pencreek at Bangor-on-Dee 2m 1f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gd in Aug, 13 ran. 4.13 CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP HURDLE (4) 3m 2f 105yds Winner £3,159 (6 run) SSR 1 561 Aye Aye Charlie (17) Christian Williams 9 12-1 (CD).... J Tudor (3) 114 2 211 Decoration Of War (9) M Young 6 12-0................... J Dixon (3) 117 3 P22 Easyrun De Vassy (11) P Nicholls 7 11-12 (D)........A Cheleda (6) 125 4 -00 Kendelu (16) N Hawke 6 10-12 (C)................................ T Buckley 121 5 8/3 Whatsthecraicjack (61) P Hobbs 8 10-5.........Sean Houlihan 96 6 5-2 Valentino (77) Miss J Du Plessis 6 10-0................... H Kimber (5) 105 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. FORM GUIDE: DECORATION OF WAR 11-8fav Chased leaders, led 3 out, drew clear before last, canter, won at Uttoxeter 2m 7f nov hcp hdl 0-105 (5) gd beating Hillview by 10l, 9 ran. AYE AYE CHARLIE 6-1 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 by 10l, 6 ran. EASYRUN DE VASSY 11-4 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 at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp hdl (2) gd. VALENTINO 28-1 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 at Newton Abbot 2m 6f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd in Jul. KENDELU 10-1 Held up towards rear on outside, 8th before 3 out, no impression, well beaten from 2 out, 10th of 14, 39l behind Uno Mas at Uttoxeter 2m 7f hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gd. WHATSTHECRAICJACK 17-2 Raced keenly, chased leaders on inside, 3rd and outpaced before 2 out, 3rd of 5, 19l behind Presenting Yeats at Newton Abbot 3m 2f hcp hdl 0-110 (4) gf in Jul. 4.45 NOVICES’ CHASE (GBB RACE) (3) 3m 2f Winner £7,080 (4 run) SSR 1 F21 Eglantine Du Seuil (17) P Nicholls 7 11-5 (C)............H Cobden 150 2 2F3 Arc Of Bubbles (27) Mrs H Nelmes 6 11-2.........Paul O’Brien (3) 98 3 P/6 Mister Robbo (26) D Faulkner 10 11-2................... N Scholfield — 4 PP- Sister Raphael (153) 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. FORM GUIDE: EGLANTINE DU SEUIL 1-1fav 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 by 2 1/2l, 3 ran. ARC OF BUBBLES 9-1 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 at Newton Abbot 3m 2f nov hcp chs 0-110 (4) sft in Aug. SISTER RAPHAEL Pr, 3rd 1/2way, sl mstk 4out & drpd to 6th, sn rdn, detd when pu bef 2out, in a race won by Trickalight at Fairyhouse 3m ire ptp gd in Apr, 8 ran. MISTER ROBBO 80-1 Held up in 4th, outpaced before 3 out, soon weakened, tailed off, last of 6, well behind Not At Present at Worcester 2m 7f mdn hdl (4) gd in Aug. 5.15 SKY SPORTS RACING ON SKY 415 OPEN NH FLAT RACE (5) 2m 1f Winner £1,906 (3 run) SSR 1 /43 Bari Breeze (118) M Harris 6 11-0............................. P Brennan 128 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) 123 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. FORM GUIDE: BARI BREEZE 8-1 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 at Stratford 2m NH flat (5) gs in May. LOUP DE MAULDE 20-1 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 at Stratford 2m NH flat (5) gd in Aug. BEST PAL 2-1 Made all; clr 2f out; easy, won at Larkhill Point to Point 2m ptp gd in Apr beating Towtheline by 8l, 5 ran. CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS Racing

facebook.com/TeessideGazette NEWBURY TODAY BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN STAKES (4) 1.15 (2-Y-O) 6f Winner £6,534 (11 run) RTV 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 74 4 (10) Deodar R Beckett 9-5.............................................R Hornby — 5 (2) 7 Everyonelovesagrey (13) A West 9-5.Elisha Whittington (5) 12 6 (8) 264 Flying Secret (10) E J-Houghton 9-5 (BF)................W Buick 82 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 36 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. FORM GUIDE: DARK SWANSONG 15-8fav Raced very greenly, tracked leaders, ridden 3f out, stayed on well under pressure, 2nd of 9, 1 3/4l behind Hierarchy at Salisbury 6f 2yo nov stk (4) gd in Aug. FLYING SECRET 9-4fav Tracked leaders, challenged over 2f out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, stayed on same pace, 4th of 10, 2 1/2l behind New Dimension at Leicester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gf. DEODAR Bated Breath gelding out of Tested. NEPTUNIAN Prince Of Lir colt out of Empress Theodora. WITCH HUNTER Siyouni colt out of Sorciere. BOTANIST Bated Breath colt out of Sunflower. SATELLITE CALL Kodiac colt out of Ball Girl. ANIMIST Equiano gelding out of Iseemist. DEBBIE’S CHOICE 50-1 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 at Newbury 6f 2yo fll mdn (4) gd in Aug. SPARKED Night Of Thunder filly out of Clearing. EVERYONELOVESAGREY 66-1 Went right start, chased leaders, ridden halfway, gradually weakened over 2f out, last of 7, 19l behind Wanees at Ascot 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gf. BRITISH EBF FILLIES’ CONDITIONS STAKES (STR) (2) 1.45 (2-Y-O) 7f Winner £8,504 (4 run) RTV 1 (3) 15 Fast Attack (27) S & E Crisford 9-1 (D)................James Doyle 78 2 (2) 21 Silk Romance (21) C Appleby 9-1 (D).......................W Buick 71 3 (4) 16 Star From Afarhh (27) A Balding 9-1 (D)...........O Murphy 72 4 (1) 1 Heredia (20) R Hannon 8-12..................................S M Levey 71 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. FORM GUIDE: SILK ROMANCE 4-6fav Made all, quickened clear entering final furlong, comfortable, won at Newmarket 7f 2yo fll nov stks (4) gf in Aug beating Stellar Queen by 6l, 11 ran. FAST ATTACK 2-1 Chased leaders, headway 2f out, weakened final furlong, last of 5, 8l behind Accakaba at Deauville(FR) 7f 2yo Grp 2 gs in Aug. STAR FROM AFARHH 6-1 Soon led, headed over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, last of 6, 10l behind Reach For The Moon at Sandown 7f 2yo Grp 3 (1) gd in Aug. HEREDIA 11-1 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 by 1 3/4l, 13 ran. DUBAI DUTY FREE NURSERY (STR) (3) (2-Y-O) 7f 2.20 Winner £5,154 (7 run) RTV 1 (6) 431 Nuance (47) W Haggas 9-6 (D)...........................T Marquand 74 2 (5) 313 Jazz Club (8) R Varian 9-6......................................Doubtful 88 3 (2) 441 Croupier (24) S & E Crisford 9-6 (CD)..................James Doyle 74 4 (1) 321 Altraif (14) J & T Gosden 9-5 (D)......................... David Egan 71 5 (4) 219 American Star (28) E Walker 9-4........................O Murphy 83 6 (3) 264 Secret Strength (14) R Hannon 9-4................ Rossa Ryan 76 7 (7) 819 Like A Lion (40) Muir & Grassick 9-2 (D)...................M Dwyer 70 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. FORM GUIDE: NUANCE 5-4fav Broke smartly and led, ridden clear 2f out, driven out, won at Chester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gs in Aug beating Prosperous Voyage by 1/2l, 7 ran. CROUPIER 5-4fav 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 by 3l, 10 ran. ALTRAIF 5-4fav 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 by 1 3/4l, 10 ran. AMERICAN STAR 18-1 Edged right start, held up in midfield, outpaced 3f out, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 9th of 11, 14l behind Lusail at York 6f 2yo Grp 2 (1) gf in Aug. SECRET STRENGTH 13-2 In rear, headway 2f out, kept on inside final furlong, never nearer, 4th of 6, 2 1/4l behind Kit Gabriel at Pontefract 6f 2yo hcp 0-85 (4) gf. LIKE A LION 11-1 Raced keenly early, chased leaders, pushed along over 3f out, ridden and weakened well over 2f out, 9th of 10, 16l behind Cresta at Leicester 7f 2yo nov stk (4) gs in Aug. RESULTS AYR Going: Good to firm 1.50 (1m, £3,608): 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 (7f, £4,752): 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 (1m, £3,132): 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 (1m, £3,132): 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 (1m 2f, £6,426): 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 (1m 2f, £15,462): 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 (5f, £3,132): 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 (1m 5f, £3,132): 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. PLACEPOT: Dividend: £178.00. PONTEFRACT Going: Good to firm 2.15 (6f, £3,888): 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 (1m 2f, £4,860): 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: CAPTAIN BECHER THE MARQUIS Dark Swansong 1.15 Deodar Silk Romance 1.45 Fast Attack Altraif 2.20 Croupier Bolthole (nb) 2.55 Westover Albasheer 3.30 D’bai Twisted Reality 4.05 Calling The Wind Neenee’s Choice 4.35 Arthur’s Realm HANSON & CLARK CONDITIONS STAKES (STR) (2) 2.55 (2-Y-O) 1m Winner £9,277 (6 run) RTV 1 (1) 1 King Of Conquest (26) C Appleby 9-1....................W Buick 74 2 (2) 1 Westover (43) R Beckett 9-1 (D)............................R Hornby 74 3 (3) 681 Zechariah (57) M Meade 9-1............................T Marquand 81 4 (6) 1 Bolthole (40) M Bell 8-12 (D)................................O Murphy 84 5 (5) 2 Paradias (26) A King 8-12.................................James Doyle 69 6 (4) 711 Rawyaan (31) M Tregoning 8-12.............................D O’Neill 76 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. FORM GUIDE: KING OF CONQUEST 6-4fav 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 by 2 1/2l, 11 ran. WESTOVER 2-1 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 by 1 1/4l, 6 ran. ZECHARIAH 8-1 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 by 3 1/2l, 11 ran. BOLTHOLE 3-1fav 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 by 2l, 8 ran. RAWYAAN 6-4 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 by shd, 9 ran. PARADIAS 20-1 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 at Sandown 7f 2yo mdn (4) gs in Aug. DUBAI DUTY FREE CUP STAKES (LISTED) (STR) (1) 7f 3.30 Winner £22,684 (15 run) RTV 1 (9) 361 Al Suhail (15) C Appleby 4 9-2 (D2)...........................W Buick 122 2 (3) 192 D’bai (6) C Appleby 7 9-2 (D5)..............................James Doyle 119 3 (1) 027 Matthew Flinders (55) E Walker 4 9-2................ A Atzeni 118 4 (2) 484 Mums Tipple (20) R Hannon 4 9-2 (D)..................... P Dobbs 113 5 (11) 014 River Nymph (111) C Cox 4 9-2 (CD).......................... A Kirby 119 6 (13) 701 Symbolize (42) A Balding 4 9-2 (D)........................D Probert 114 7 (5) 229 Tomfre (92) R Beckett 4 9-2 (D5).............................R Hornby 121 8 (7) 235 Ace Aussie (61) J Harrington (IRE) 3 8-13 (D)....... David Egan 116 9 (6) 6-2 Albasheer (24) Owen Burrows 3 8-13 (BF, D)..........D O’Neill 112 10 (15) 3-4 Baradar (63) R Varian 3 8-13 (CD)...................... Rossa Ryan 90 11 (12) 527 Fundamental (52) J & T Gosden 3 8-13 (D)............M Harley 116 12 (10) 7-1 Snash (206) C Hills 3 8-13......................................... N Callan — 13 (4) 22 Wonder Elmossman (8) J S Moore 3 8-13.............J F Egan 92 14 (8) 121 Silent Escape (27) S bin Suroor 4 8-11 (D3)..........O Murphy 122 15 (14) -77 With Thanks (75) W Haggas 4 8-11 (D3)...........T Marquand 110 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. FORM GUIDE: AL SUHAIL 2-5fav Held up, travelled strongly, took lead 1f out and ridden, went away, comfortably, won at Haydock 7f cond Stakes (3) gf beating Accidental Agent by 2l, 3 ran. D’BAI 17-2 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 at Doncaster 7f Grp 2 (1) gs. ALBASHEER 5-4fav 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 at Salisbury 6f cond Stakes (3) gd in Aug. SILENT ESCAPE 11-8fav 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 by 3 1/2l, 8 ran. BARADAR 2-1 Tracked leaders, pushed along over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, weakened final furlong, last of 4, 10l behind Mutasaabeq at Haydock 7f cond Stakes (3) gd in Jul. ACE AUSSIE 11-4 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 at Curragh 7f Grp 2 (1) gd in Jul. FUNDAMENTAL 10-1 Held up behind leaders, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, 7th of 8, 9l behind Kinross at Goodwood 7f Grp 2 (1) sft in Jul. Win £2.70; Pl £1.50, £1.40. Exacta: £5.80. Trifecta: £26.70. CSF: £4.92. NR: Seasett. 3.25 (6f, £15,462): 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 (2m 1f, £3,240): 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 (1m, £3,888): 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 (1m, £4,860): 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 (6f, £3,240): 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: Dividend: £106.10. YARMOUTH Going: Good-good to firm in places 1.30 (6f, £3,926): 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 (6f, £5,400): 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 (1m, £5,400): 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 (1m 6f, £10,468): 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 (1m 3f 104yds, £8,100): 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. Going: Good to soft Draw: High numbers best in large fields, especially in very soft ground. DUBAI DUTY FREE HANDICAP (2) 1m 4f 4.05 Winner £10,800 (12 run) RTV 1 (3) 250 On To Victory (27) A King 7 10-0 (D2)....................... A Kirby 110 2 (2) 621 Calling The Wind (49) R Hughes 5 9-12 (D)........... P Dobbs 107 3 (8) 100 Favorite Moon (91) W Haggas 4 9-11 (D)........T Marquand 93 4 (7) 583 Sextant (15) K Dalgleish 6 9-11 (CD)..................B Garritty (3) 102 5 (5) 212 Makram (42) R Charlton 4 9-9 (BF).....................James Doyle 103 6 (9) 140 Nate The Great (133) A Balding 5 9-6......................J Bryan 104 7 (10) 265 Master The Stars (41) E Dunlop 4 9-3........... M Crehan (3) 105 8 (12) 533 Labeebb (56) S & E Crisford 4 9-0 (D)..........................W Buick 103 9 (1) 234 Galahad Threepwood (132) M Channon 4 8-12 (D2)..R Hornby 96 10 (4) -40 Twisted Reality (92) R Beckett 3 8-11................O Murphy 103 11 (11) 188 Surrey Gold (27) H Morrison 3 8-5 (C)............... David Egan 109 12 (6) 223 Star Caliber (41) A Balding 3 8-5 (BF)..................D Probert 102 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. FORM GUIDE: MAKRAM 11-10fav 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 at Newmarket 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gd in Aug. STAR CALIBER 10-3fav 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 at Ascot 1m 4f 3yo hcp 0-95 (3) gs in Aug. LABEEBB 9-2 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 at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf in Jul. TWISTED REALITY 12-1 Inconvenienced and slowly away, always in rear, well beaten final 2f, last of 13, 17l behind Loving Dream at Royal Ascot 1m 4f 3yo fll Grp 2 (1) gf in Jun. CALLING THE WIND 8-1 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 by 1 3/4l, 20 ran. FAVORITE MOON 16-1 Towards rear, pushed along over 2f out, never near leaders, 10th of 14, 10l behind Quickthorn at Royal Ascot 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) hvy in Jun. NATE THE GREAT 10-1 Close up, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 10th of 16, 7l behind Falcon Eight at Chester 2m 3f hcp (2) gs in May. ON TO VICTORY 66-1 Mid-division, ridden and one pace well over 3f out, 13th of 20, 19l behind Sonnyboyliston at York 1m 6f hcp (4yo+) (2) gd in Aug. SURREY GOLD 12-1 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 at York 1m 6f Heritage Handicap (0-105) (3yo) (2) gd in Aug. SEXTANT 8-1 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 at Haydock 1m 4f hcp 105 (2) gf. GALAHAD THREEPWOOD 9-2 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 at Lingfield 1m 5f hcp 0-85 (4) sft in May. MASTER THE STARS 18-1 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 at Ascot 1m 4f hcp 0-95 (3) gs in Aug. CROSSLAND EMPLOYMENT SOLICITORS HANDICAP 4.35 (4) 1m 2f Winner £4,347 (10 run) RTV 1 (7) 860 Alternative Fact (50) A King 6 9-12 (D)...............M Harley 83 2 (10) 00- San Pedro P Henderson 4 9-9............................ Rossa Ryan — 3 (4) 111 Neenee’s Choice (15) A Balding 3 9-7 (C, D)..........O Murphy 89 4 (6) 5-6 Casting Vote (15) Christian Williams 4 9-7 (D).......... A Kirby 66 5 (5) -58 Kattani (108) M Appleby 5 9-5...........................James Doyle 45 6 (3) 337 End Result (68) D Elsworth 4 9-4 (BF, CD)..............D Probert 87 7 (9) 124 Arthur’s Realm (28) E Dunlop 3 9-3...............T Marquand 89 8 (2) 238 Remedium (58) R Hannon 3 9-2.............................S M Levey 90 9 (8) 312 Dartington (8) M Tregoning 4 9-0 (D).....................W Buick 92 10 (1) 617 Kentucky Kingdom (14) H Evans 5 8-13 (D3)......D Costello — 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. FORM GUIDE: NEENEE’S CHOICE 6-5fav 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 by 1 1/2l, 6 ran. DARTINGTON 3-1 Prominent, ridden and headway 2f out, led briefly 1f out, headed inside final furlong, ran on, 2nd of 10, 3/4l behind Knowing at Epsom Downs 1m 2f hcp 0-75 (5) gd. ARTHUR’S REALM 4-1 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 at Kempton 1m 3yo hcp 0-80 (4) pol in Aug. END RESULT 11-8fav Held up, ridden and headway 3f out, weakened 2f out, 7th of 9, 23l behind Tralee Hills at Salisbury 1m 4f hcp 0-80 (4) gs in Jul. REMEDIUM 12-1 Tracked leaders, ridden and weakened inside final 2f, last of 8, 17l behind Just Fine at Sandown 1m 2f 3yo hcp 0-90 (3) gf in Jul. ALTERNATIVE FACT 50-1 Steadied and switched left start, raced keenly in rear, never involved, last of 12, 12l behind Roscioli at Newcastle 1m 2f hcap (3) in Jul. 4.25 (1m 2f, £7,851): 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 (6f, £7,851): 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. PLACEPOT: Dividend: £45.50. statistics Weight watcher Horses which have dropped most from previous winning handicap marks in the last two years. KEMPTON: 6.00 Phuket Power (won off 79 down 9lb to 70); Los Camachos (14lb); 8.00 Proclaimer (5lb); Samphire Coast (13lb); 8.30 Makambe (8lb); Catch My Breath (12lb). NEWBURY: 4.35 Alternative Fact (won off 91 down 6lb to 85). NEWTON ABBOT: 2.28 Cage Of Fear (won off 115 down 8lb to 107); 3.38 Percy (19lb); 4.13 Kendelu (4lb). Downgraded Horses dropped two grades or more from their previous race. KEMPTON: 7.30 Busted Ice (down 2 grades), 8.00 Kaloor (down 2), 8.00 Samphire Coast (down 2). NEWBURY: 1.45 Star From Afarhh (down 2), 2.20 American Star (down 4), 3.30 Ace Aussie (down 2), 3.30 D’bai (down 2), 3.30 Fundamental (down 2), 4.05 Twisted Reality (down 3). NEWTON ABBOT: 1.53 Diligent (down 2), 4.13 Easyrun De Vassy (down 2). Stable movers Horses which are having their first run for a new trainer. KEMPTON: 4.50 Beloved Of All (R Fahey to C Dunnett), 6.30 Restitution (J & T Gosden to A King), 7.00 Cochise (R Charlton to Miss S West), 7.30 Isosceles (F O’Brien to J Flint), 7.30 Pride Of Nepal (H Morrison to J Scott). NEWBURY: 4.35 Alternative Fact (E Dunlop to A King), 4.35 San Pedro (J Halley to P Henderson). NEWTON ABBOT: 3.03 Gaelic Belle (B Millman to Chris Honour), 3.03 Little Jessture (Paul George to Ben Clarke), 3.38 Borak (B J Llewellyn to D Faulkner), 3.38 Just No Risk (N Twiston-Davies to S Thomas), 4.45 Sister Raphael (B Jordan to J Flint), 5.15 Best Pal (Kieran Price to S Drinkwater). Captain James Quinn says Sunday’s ECB National Club Twenty20 Cup final is the biggest game in Barnard Castle’s history – and he is confident the squad are ready for their date with destiny. Barney are up against Tunbridge Wells with national glory on the line and the opportunity to be the first Darlington Building Society NYSD ECB Premier League club to take the prestigious title. Having beaten the likes of twotime winners South Northumberland on the way to the final, they go into the match confident of gaining a result which will etch their names into the record books. The squad will travel down and train at Northampton tomorrow and skipper Quinn expects they will have 150 fans following them down to urge them to victory on Sunday (2.45 start). He said: “There is no doubt this is the biggest game in our club’s history. The squad and the club cannot wait for this weekend. “The amount of hard work which has gone into training and competing on all fronts in league, cup and national competitions this season has been truly exhausting - but the lads are raring to go for one final push to write our names in our clubs history books. “We will enjoy the occasion but we will be heading to Northants looking to take the game to Tunbridge Wells, playing our positive brand of cricket - and if we play our best cricket on the day we will have a great chance of bringing the trophy home.” Quinn added that around seven or eight of the team who will play on Sunday have been with the club since they were in the junior ranks. While he lauded FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 51 Racing / Cricket History in the making as Barney go for title nysd club prepare for National t20 cup final By STEVE CLARKE the contributions of the club’s professionals this season, he said Barnard Castle’s success this season is not down to any single player. Quinn added: “This season has been a squad effort, everyone chipping in throughout the season, particularly the club professionals Karl Carver and Samarth Seth who have lead the way in the national rounds with bat and ball respectively. “Overseas Indian professional Seth returned back to Delhi two weeks ago and we are delighted to announce he has had approval from his Delhi camp to travel back over for the final, so Seth will fly in on Saturday.” Barney have beaten Alderley Edge, Westhoughton, South Northumberland, Richmondshire and Marton to make it to their final and could make it a season to remember. Kent Cricket League Premier Division side Tunbridge Wells, formed in 1782, will be tough opponents, however. They finished their league in third place after a tough run-in, losing their last two matches to the champions Bexley and runners-up Sandwich Town. Club secretary Stephen Brenkley added: “We are absolutely delighted to be there for the occasion and have earned the right to be there. “For a small town club like us, it’s a phenomenal achievement. “Over the last 15 years we have revamped the club from top to bottom, and the current squad features lots of home grown players who are reaching their prime. “We will travel down the day before to Northampton, where the ECB are putting both teams up and the club supporters’ coaches are leaving early on the day of the match. “We have a full squad available for the game and no injuries to report.” OFFICIALHORSERACING COMMENTARY AND RESULTS Cal09016094248 Calscost65pperminplusyourtelephonecompany’snetworkaccesscharge.18+only. 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52 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Speedway / F1 Aston Martin confirm Vettel and Stroll for 2022 season Vettel and Stroll ASTON Martin have announced an unchanged driver line-up for the 2022 Formula One season with both Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll retained. The team currently sit seventh in the constructors’ championship with four-time world champion Vettel taking their best result as the German finished second in Azerbaijan. The 2022 season will see an overhaul of technical regulations within F1, their introduction having been delayed this year due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. “I am really looking forward to racing the new generation of Formula One cars,” Vettel said following his contract extension with Aston Martin. “Their look is very different and the new technical regulations should give us cars which can race much more closely than recently. “More exciting racing will be great for the drivers as well as for the fans. The changes are so big every team will be starting from a new beginning.” While their driver line-up is now official, it remains to be seen which engine manufacturer will work with Aston Martin beyond the current season. bears aiming for top-two finish as they take on lions ‘We have to focus on what we can do’ By KEITH McGHIE In-form michael Palm Toft believes redcar have to concentrate on themselves and not worry about the opposition as his side bids to take another huge stride towards a top-two finish in the Championship at home to Leicester Lions tonight (7.30). The diminutive but tall scoring Dane has been a reliable rock in recent meetings at the media Prima Arena and looks to continue his run of good scores in a match in which victory would pull the Agilia Bears four point clear of third-placed Glasgow and just two behind leaders Poole. “finishing in the top two is very important as it means we sit out the first stages of the play-offs and go straight into the semi-finals,” stresses Palm Toft, who has developed a massive following on Teesside since joining the Bears at the beginning of 2019. Ryan Kinsley is back for the Bears “Leicester could also get up to second and, like ourselves, have four very strong heatleaders but our boys are capable of beating theirs so we just have to focus on what we do and the rest will take care of itself.” Leicester visit Glasgow on Sunday, while redcar round off their scheduled league fixtures with a mammoth encounter at unbeaten at home Poole next Wednesday, so everything is still to play for at the end of a season where, at one stage, an incredible five sides were tied on points at the top of the table. Palm Toft added: “I am fairly pleased with the way I have been going but never totally satisfied. “There are always aspects of my riding which I think I can improve on.” With each side’s “big four” so evenly matched on paper, performances of the remaining three riders could prove pivotal and the Lions’ teenage Thompson twins are both missing due the concurrent restaging of British Under-19 Championship at Scunthorpe. The visitors use rider replacement for Dan Thompson, where certain of his team-mates are allowed to deputise throughout the evening, while Joe is replaced by popular Scotsman Greg Blair, who Michael Palm Toft began his career with redcar Cubs 14 years ago and performed notably - scoring in each of his three rides, when current club Berwick grabbed a surprise draw at the South Tees motorsports Park less than three weeks ago. “I don’t think the absence of the Thompson twins weakens them but I am confident James Sarjeant, Jordan Jenkins and ryan Kinsley can get the better of their bottom three,” insisted Bears’ team boss Jade mudgway. Kinsley will be welcomed back to the Bears side of the pits for the first time since having all of his equipment stolen, and much of it recovered, earlier this month. Redcar Bears: Charles Wright (captain), James Sarjeant, Jake Allen, Lewis Kerr, Michael Palm Toft, Ryan Kinsley, Jordan Jenkins. Leicester Lions: Nick Morris, Rider Replacement for Dan Thompson, Hans Andersen, Kyle Howarth (captain), Ryan Douglas, Greg Blair (guest), Zaine Kennedy. LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES GET OUR LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L LADBROKES BEST EVER LADBROKES ACCALADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L Boost Edit Track Insure LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKE DBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES LADBROKES L 18+. UK&IRE only. Online, Mobile. ACCA Insurance: Min selection odds 1/10. ACCA Odds 3/1. Pre-match straight line accas only. 1 free bet up to £/€10 per customer/day, valid for 7 days, stake not returned. Odds Boost: Up to £/€50 at boosted odds. Min 1 boost per day. T&Cs Apply. PLEASE BET RESPONSIBLY begambleaware.org – Need Help? Call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 802 0133

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 53 Boro By craiG johns craig.johns@reachplc.com @craig_johns AndrAz Sporar’s debut goal for Middlesbrough left his manager neil Warnock absolutely delighted. After a disappointing team showing at Coventry City on Saturday, the Boro boss took a gamble on both Sporar and James Lea Siliki at nottingham Forest after both had looked bright from the bench. While both looked good on their full debuts for the club it was Sporar who stole the headlines, running on to a lovely ball from Marcus Tavernier in the first half to give Boro the lead with an exquisite finish. That goal sent the Teessiders on their way to a 2-0 victory, Warnock feeling the goal was the moment of class which sealed the points for his side. Asked what made him pick Sporar at Forest, he joked: “I thought he might score a goal! “He has not played many minutes in the last 18 months really so that will do him the world of good. “I said to him: ‘Get ready for Saturday now’ because it is a different game then. “It will do him the world of good scoring a goal like that and getting the crowd behind him. “Seeing a good crowd behind him on Saturday will inspire him as well.” Sporar was a deadline-day arrival at Boro, having joined on loan from Sporting Lisbon. With more performances like that he could well prove to be a coup for the club, who have a deal in place to buy the Slovenian striker should he meet certain parameters. He had a tough 18 months in Portugal but Warnock says confidence to do what he did against Forest certainly is not an issue. He added: “Andraz does not need much more confidence – I have never seen a lad with so much confidence if I am honest. “He had been like that in training – getting on the end of some great Dunwell’s Town are confident they can put a Cup Curz on hosts Ashton Stockton town manager Micky Dunwell says his side has nothing to lose in its search for FA cup glory at national League north club curzon Ashton tomorrow. there are two leagues difference between the two clubs but the confidence of the Anchors is high after returning to winning ways with a 3-0 home victory over Dunston in midweek. now they are in the mood to cause an FA cup shock. Dunwell said: “I thought we were back to our old selves in midweek. “We looked more solid all round, attacked better, played good football and had plenty of energy. Let’s hope it continues. “We have watched them play and have some ideas about them. “We gave a good account of ourselves at Guiseley three years New scoring hero Spor-ts a real air of confidence in victory at Forest boss thrilled with debutant andraz balls like that and it just gives us something a bit different. “It is difficult in the Championship. I don’t know if we could play him like that without Matt Crooks because it takes a lot of pressure off him. He is not going to win us balls in the air. “We decided to try him and he is great at finding gaps. The goal was typical of him. “He found the gap, great ball through from Tav and what a finish! “James just made two or three diabolical decisions passingwise but he will only improve. He is a good lad as well.” Siliki slotted in well to Boro’s midfield, reading the game well and doing the defensive work required of him, while looking good on the ball and showing his impressive passing range. It was a gamble from Warnock to non-leaGue ago and went close to winning. We have nothing to lose whatsoever, so we will have a good go at them. “We are taking more than 100 fans with us, so hopefully they can make themselves heard.” Former Boro striker Jonathan Franks will have a fitness test on a hamstring injury, but centre-half Adam nicholson is suspended. ■MARSkE ■ United have a big home tie with South Shields in front of a possible 1,000 home gate. they are in the right frame of mind following a 3-0 victory at Frickley in midweek when striker Adam Boyes scored a hat-trick to give him 17 goals this season, one of the best strike rates in the country. Manager carl Jarrett said: “We field either, having admitted last Friday neither had yet had chance to complete the club’s fitness checks and tests after going straight to international duty after completing their moves to Teesside. Starting both without doing so was a risk but one which has paid off for Warnock as his team recorded an important second win of the season. Explaining that decision, Warnock said: “We are doing the fitness tests next week. “I didn’t think there was anything to lose playing them. “I was so disappointed on Saturday. I thought: ‘Let’s give them some minutes.’ “James has just hurt his thigh but Martin Payero should be alright for Saturday. Martin would have played because he is getting up to scratch.” He does not need much more confidence. - I have never seen a lad with so much confidence. Neil Warnock are going to be the underdogs but if we have that little bit of luck and we play at our best then we will give them a game. “We must work hard and stay focused. “they are a full-time team and have dangerous players all around the pitch. “I cannot knock our lads, we had a good win again in midweek at Frickley and we are scoring plenty of goals without conceding many. “It should be a cracking game. they are unbeaten away and we are unbeaten at home for two years.” James Fairley is ineligible for Marske, while Jack Blackford returns to the squad. Shields are top of the nPL Premier Division and last season reached the first round proper. ■In ■ the EBAc northern League, Siliki and Sporar were two of three players whom Boro captured on transfer deadline day recently. Joining them on loan for the season was Onel Hernandez who made his full debut at Coventry at the weekend and was one of the few positives from that game. He built on those foundations against Forest, netting a gift of a goal after another bright performance in attack. Hernandez capitalised on a heavy touch by Forest goalkeeper Ethan Horvath and was left with an easy finish in front of the travelling Boro fans. Warnock added: “I said to the staff: ‘Anyone else would have stopped.’ “You have to gamble sometimes. If you don’t buy a ticket you will not win the lottery and that is what he did tonight and he ended up with a goal. “To score where the fans were... I would have been booked as well!” Guisborough have a derby clash at home to thornaby. Guisborough are 11th while thornaby are second top, seven points behind leaders consett. Guisborough assistant manager Paul crager said:“We are really looking forward to playing against our old club. “they have started the season very well and it will be a real test for us to see how far we have come since our defeat in pre-season. “Hopefully there will be a good crowd in so it should be a cracking game and one in which we feel confident about getting a result.” Ste Roberts and goalkeeper Robert Dean are suspended but Brad Plant and callum Martin both return to the squad. thornaby manager Paul Edwards, who has a full squad to choose from, Andraz Sporar celebrates Boro’s opening goal at Forest said: “We are relishing this derby game. the Guisborough management team had success at thornaby before parting company. “that said, this thornaby team is a totally different set of players and we are looking to cement our top-three position. “We are looking to put our last game to bed, when we lost 5-0 to West Auckland, and also show we are a decent side in this division.” Redcar Athletic are at home to crook town at Green Lane, while Billingham town, boosted by their home win over Whickham last week, are at Whitley Bay. In the second division, Redcar town travel to league leaders Heaton Stannington and manager Gareth Maidens said: “We are looking to give players who have not featured much this season a chance to shine.”

54 The Gazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 @TeessideLive Boro Warnock’s change of formation gets results By CraiG johns NEIL Warnock was left delighted his switch in formation paid off at Nottingham Forest. Boro won 2-0 at the City Ground on Wednesday after Warnock reverted to a back four. While maybe not dominating, Boro were comfortable and good value for their three points on the road, the change to 4-2-3-1 particularly benefitting them at the top end of the pitch where the width of Onel Hernandez and Marcus Tavernier caused Forest problems. The thinking behind the switch was something Boro worked on in training, the boss wanting to put particular emphasis on his side’s pressing from the top. “We worked hard on the shape this morning,” Warnock said. “Sporar is not used to it but I feel that might be the best way forward. “We pressed from the top and yeah they got out a couple of times, but we had a backup in Crooksy or James in midfield. “I just thought with them, we needed a bit more firepower forwards. I fancied two of Isaiah, Tav and Onel to have a go at them, so we worked hard at closing down the goalkeeper and things like that. “I just thought I woyuld give Isaiah a rest, it is unbelievable the work he has covered. He came on lively too. He isonly a kid but he has done absolutely brilliantly for me. “Even though it was a new goalie we were going to do that anyway, I thought that worked quite well.” Work well it did. At an important time in the game, with Forest in the ascendancy and chasing a secondhalf equaliser, Boro’s high press paid off. Hernandez closed down the goalkeeper anticipating an error and he got one - nicking the ball from Ethan Horvath to leave himself with the simplest of tasks to kill the game off. That was made possible by Boro’s second clean sheet of the season. One of the most pleasing elements of the game for Warnock was the fact taking out a defender in the side did not weaken their stability at the back. “The centre-backs were dominant and the full-backs were super,” Warnock added. “I was pleased with everybody. Lee Peltier has had two games and two clean sheets. “He is playing left-back but the people he is playing against are not having much of a look-in going forward. When Grant Hall and Dael Fry play like that you don’t need a back five.” Putting out the Forest fire means Boro’s bandwagon is back on road By CraiG johns craig.johns@reachplc.com @craig_johns This was just what the doctor ordered for Middlesbrough. After saturday’s disappointment at Coventry City they needed a response and they got it at Nottingham Forest. it was not just the defeat at Coventry which had disappointed both Boro supporters and Warnock alike, it was the manner of the defeat which had caused particular concern. As Wednesday night’s beaten foes know only too well, if one defeat becomes two it can then quickly spiral from there. Chris hughton is now unemployed after Boro’s visit. The 2-0 victory was by no means a dominating, controlled performance from Boro. Yet there were so many positives to take from it, so much to be far more enthused about. Most notable were first goals in Boro red for Andraz sporar and Onel hernandez. With a ‘sod it’ attitude after saturday, Warnock threw in both sporar and James Lea siliki from the start against Forest. it was a bit of a gamble given the lack of fitness checks the club have been able to do since their arrivals on Teesside. Their quality has never been in question but having barely played any football in the last two months or so the question was how up to speed they would be. We were given our answer and it was a pleasing and exciting one as far as Boro are concerned. siliki read the game well and proved himself up for the midfield battle, which was particularly encouraging given the obvious gap in the middle created by sam Morsy’s shock departure. Not every pass siliki completed found its intended target but that comes with a midfielder who generally always looks to be positive and go forward. That side of his game will improve as he becomes used to the faster pace of the English Championship, but siliki should not be judged on his pass completion rate but rather what the passes which do find their intended targets achieve. Consider Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes, for example, who may not get every pass right but single-handledly improved the Red Devils with his forward thinking from the moment he arrived at Old Trafford 18 months ago. James Lea Siliki impressed at the City Ground siliki may not be Fernandes but there is no reason his positivity cannot have a similar impact on Teesside. While siliki was encouraging, it was sporar who without doubt stole the headlines. As Warnock pointed out postmatch, in a relatively tight, end-toend encounter it was his moment of quality – and quality it most certainly was – which was ultimately the difference on the night. Not often in recent years can we say we have seen a Boro striker run off the shoulder of the last defender before unleashing a finish like that. it had the joyous Boro faithful in the away end salivating! Beyond the superb finish, sporar’s effort was superb too. he pressed from the front giving Forest defenders no time on the ball. With team-mates in possession he was never static – always giving the opposition something to think about with his movement. it was the response Boro needed after Coventry. They by no means controlled the game. They by no means domi- nated. Perhaps some of it was down to how poor Nottingham Forest were but it was relatively comfortable. Forest, while having periods of pressure – particularly after the interval when they went in search of an equaliser – could not find a clear route through Boro’s stern back four, with most of Joe Lumley’s work on the night comfortably collecting crosses or saving from long-range. Bread and butter stuff for him. That was another positive from the game. The switch in formation. With Grant hall having probably his best game of the season and Dael Fry looking every bit the Premier League defender he is, Boro coasted to their second clean sheet of the

facebook.com/TeessideGazette FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 The Gazette 55 Boro Andraz Sporar after scoring against Forest – the new signing was superb in the 2-0 midweek victory Onel Hernandez celebrates in style after scoring against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night season. Credit too to Lee Peltier who came in at left-back – an unfavoured side for him – and dealt with the pace and pressure of Brennan Johnson admirably for a 34-year-old. What that meant was at the other end, Boro could make the most of their attacking talent – with three forwards behind the main striker, two of whom were natural wide men. From as early as pre-season in Devon Warnock was testing his side with a more expensive midfield dynamic. Could they cope with just one holding midfielder? It does leave them more open to the counter. It does leave Jonny Howson with a lot of work to do. It does not help them control the midfield or possession. However, it does help them hurt and threaten teams when they get it right in the midfield, like they did at Forest. Matt Crooks was much improved from Saturday and drove his side forward, while Siliki’s presence gave Howson more support. As he settles down and adapts, added midfield steel and control will hopefully come. In truth though, none of that really mattered a great deal on a night against a struggling Forest side which could have easily been a banana skin for Boro. With everyone expecting three points they did what they had to do. They did what they could not do at Coventry City – they took their moments. Even Hernandez’s goal which killed the game off deserves credit. Yes, it was a comical error from the goalkeeper but if Hernandez had not been positive, had not been determined, had not taken the gamble of such a scenario playing out, he would not have been there to profit from the error. As Warnock said, if you don’t buy a ticket you will not win the lottery. The key for Boro now is doing that consistently. That was their major downfall last season and it is already been a factor this. Seven games in and Boro have again been Jeckyll and Hyde – with the last two games no finer example. One Boro side who failed to find the net with a glorious triple chance, another who out of nothing found themselves one-nil up with an opportunity far more difficult to score from than any of the three chances Simon Moore somehow kept out at the CBS Arena. This was an important win. It got Boro back on the bandwagon. Now they must now follow it up tomorrow when Blackpool visit the Riverside. By DOMINIC SHAW dominic.shaw@trinitymirror.com @DomShawGazette Let’s talk about Onel Hernandez’s goal celebration. How many times have you watched it back? A dozen or so? In the last hour. Class, wasn’t it? The sheer joy. The fact it was so brilliantly over the top and unexpected. The fact the away fans were right there, limbs flailing, shins bruising. A pile-on, players and fans. At the heart of it Hernandez and his heartrate monitor, green away shirt nowhere to be seen. If Hernandez celebrates like that when he scores a tap-in to make it 2-0 at the City Ground in September, what on earth can we expect if he scored a goal to send Boro up in May! “Iconic” was how one Boro fan described it. While one Norwich City fan channel tweeted: “Only Onel Hernandez would take his shirt off after scoring a tap-in, what a guy.” Thing is, though, the fact it was a tap-in does not really matter. When Hernandez signed for Boro, the Athletic’s Norwich writer Michael Bailey told Teesside Live about the winger’s infectious enthusiasm. He told of how much he loves the game, of how he still has the same enthusiasm for football as he did when he was a kid growing up in Germany. Now that is not to say he is going to whip off his shirt and give us the Brentford Kike treatment every time he scores. If he did he would be facing a suspension sooner rather than later for this was hopefully the first of plenty of Hernandez goals this season. He is clearly a threat in the box Goalden moment for Hernandez is One club’s faithful will always cherish and scored nine in his first Norwich City promotion. Although he will not score an easier goal than his tap-in at the City Ground, it was only made possible because of the fact he was alive to the possibility of the trampoline touch which gifted him a moment he cherished. So he should have cherished that moment. For a player who loves the game as much as he does, the last two seasons have been incredible frustrating for Hernandez, injuries halting his momentum at Norwich and limiting his opportunities. This loan, as Warnock pointed out, is as important for the player as it is the club he has joined and the early signs are Boro are going to have complete buy-in from the winger. As we know from the past, that is not always the case with loanees. For some, it is a quick fix, no attachment, so easily forgotten. Yet Hernandez, you suspect, is here for all the right reasons. He can play, can’t he? He was one of Boro’s brightest sparks at Forest, even before the goal. He is positive, direct, fast. You would not fancy playing against him. Djed Spence might well feel relieved he had the night off. There will be Neil Warnock rollockings along the way. You can imagine the manager’s frustration when the winger cheaply conceded possession near his corner flag in the dying seconds of the first half and presented the hosts with an opportunity to score an equaliser they would not have deserved. Yet Warnock will accept the odd moment like that is inevitable with a player like Hernandez. He will not be too concerned about what he does not do, rather focus on what he does do – particularly in that 4-3-3 shape when Hernandez has the protection of a full-back behind. “What a night. Great team performance and happy about my first goal for Boro,” he posted on Instagram after the game. Happy? Yep, we guessed that, Onel. “Thanks to all the supporters,” he added. The thanks will be mutual for those in the away end in that far corner of the City Ground enjoyed the moment as much as Hernandez. He was booked. Who cares? Warnock said: “To score that where the fans were – I would have been booked tonight as well. Great feeling.”

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