Daily Star - 2021-10-13
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2021-10-13

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dailystar.co.uk WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021 proud to love animals thought for the day How could he be so artless? 55P Lego goes woke Page 7 What planet is daft Demi on?Page 9 just hours after boris refuses to say sorry over covid death report, he’s on his jollies and having a merry time.. Jesy spat with Mix Page 12 half price travel with What a load of Page 16 Code required. Online redemption. Terms and conditions apply Pollocks BA plane ridiculous Dawn PAGE Neesom P17 PM BRUSHES OFF CLAIMS HIS DITHERING COST LIVES ■■ by JERRY LAWTON NICE that Bozo can brush off a critical report blaming his dithering for 20,000 Brit Covid deaths – we’d hate for it to spoil his holiday. Wonder if he knows his Jackson Pollock from his Andy Warhol? Full story: Page 4

2 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 TODAY’S WEATHER CORRECTIONS & COMPLAINTS If we’ve published anything factually inaccurate, please contact the readers’ editor by email at StarLetters@dailystar.co.uk or write to Readers’ Editor, Daily Star, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP and, once verified, we’ll correct it as soon as possible. The Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday are published by Express Newspapers, 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, which is contactable for advice at IPSO Gate House, 1 Farringdon Street, EC4M 7LG. Website 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 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, London E14 5AP. NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT RECYCLING The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2018 was 68.2% GOT A STORY? Phone the Daily Star newsdesk. TEL: 020 8612 7373 Or email us at: news@dailystar.co.uk For the website: 020 8612 7485 ALL OTHER ENQUIRIES CALL: 020 8612 7000 OR IF ABROAD CALL: 004420 8612 7373 STAR LIVE WEATHER SERVICE CALL our weather line, where you can speak live with our experts for up-to-date and varied forecasts! 0906 156 0207 Calls cost £1.50 per minute plus your telephone company's network access charge. Service open 8am-6pm daily. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 THE HEALTH LOTTERY The society raising money in October through The Health Lottery is Health Lottery East Midlands, tackling inequalities across the region. In November it is Health Lottery South West £1 Health Lottery numbers Tuesday, October 12 £1 Health Lottery numbers 12 17 34 36 40 09 Saturday, October 9 10 28 46 47 50 26 19 23 31 32 40 43 11 27 36 38 46 49 01 03 09 22 33 28 £1 Health Lottery numbers Friday, October 8 £1 Health Lottery numbers Thursday, October 7 £1 Health Lottery numbers Wednesday, October 6 2ND CHANCE DRAW, Oct 9: 02, 15, 31, 39, 49 LOTTO EURO TODAY: It will be mostly dry with bright or sunny spells, the best of these across southern and eastern areas. There will be more in the way of cloud cover across Scotland and Northern Ireland bringing a chance of drizzle . OUTLOOK: Tomorrow will be mostly dry with bright spells and variable amounts of cloud. It will be breezy across northern Scotland with outbreaks of rain. Chance of drizzle on Friday. Air Quality Air pollution levels Low (1) Very high (10) uk-air.defra.gov.uk Highlands 3 North Wales 2 North East Scotland 2 West Midlands 2 Central Scotland Scottish Borders Northern Ireland North West & Mersey North East Yorkshire & Humber 2 2 2 2 2 2 East Midlands South Wales South West South East Eastern Greater London 2 2 2 2 2 2 NATIONAL LOTTERY Thu Fri Sat SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 No jackpot winner. Tonight’s top prize is £2million and all other prizes boosted 1,445,560 tickets 06 09 30 48 51 52 55 won a prize Tuesday, October 12: No jackpot winners. 06 13 22 45 49 ★10 ★11 Friday’s top prize is MILLIONAIRE MAKER SELECTION: ZKZF66866 £184million set for life: MONDAY, OCTOBER 11: 09, 16, 21, 40, 44. LIFE BALL: 06 THUNDERBALL: tuesday, OCTOBER 12: 05, 16, 29, 30, 36. T’ball: 13 Sign of crimes on hate THE number of hate crimes in England and Wales has hit its highest level on record. There were 124,091 incidents recorded in the year to March 2021, according to statistics. Figures show three quarters were racially motivated – 12% up on the year before. And disability-related hate crimes rose by 9%, sexual orientationrelated ones by 7%, and transgender identity-related hate crimes were up 3%. Those linked to religion were down 18% on to the previous year. More than half (52%) of the crimes were for public order offences. Record number in work THE number of UK workers on company payrolls has surged by over 120,000 above prepandemic levels. A record jump in September comes as vacancies remained above a million for the second month running. Figures from the Office for National Statistics also show the unemployment rate fell from 4.6% to 4.5%. Darren Morgan, of the ONS, said: “The jobs market has continued to recover from the effects of coronavirus, with the number of employees on payroll in September now well exceeding pre-pandemic levels.” Ryanair refunds fly ban Some Ryanair passengers who claimed refunds for flights they were unable to take during Covid have been banned – unless they pay the money back, an investigation has found. MoneySavingExpert spoke to three customers who were told they could not fly until they returned the money. The customers had received their refunds through their credit card company via the “chargeback” protection scheme. A Ryanair spokesperson said: “Our T&Cs state that we may refuse to carry you if you owe us any money in respect of a previous flight.” HGV L FOR KEIR ■ home groan Council wait list to double Picture: SWNS HOUNDS SHOT Hidden-camera footage of Beaufort’s Hunt kennels reveals staff from Prince Charles’ “favourite hunt” shooting old or injured hounds. It was filmed by antihunt groups at the Duke in Badminton, Glos. A kennels spokesman said “a number of options are considered” for dogs including “retirement or rehoming”. DS1ST SIR Keir Starmer gets a ■ crash course in HGV driving – as he prangs a lorry. The Labour leader took out road furniture during a lesson at a training centre near Oldham to highlight the driver crisis. The instructor told him: “You’d have failed your test.” Sir Keir later said the shortage of HGV drivers was “absolutely foreseeable”. ■■ by Ben Hatton council housing waiting lists could double by next year, officials have warned. The Local Government Association wants the Government to use this month’s spending review to give councils the funding to build 100,000 social rent homes a year. LGA spokesman Councillor David Renard said: “We are concerned that as life returns to normal there could be an increase in homelessness. “Giving councils the powers and resources to build 100,000 social homes for rent each year, would not only help to reduce homelessness but deliver a third of the Government’s housing target.” In a report commissioned by the LGA, which represents councils in England and Wales, one in 10 households in need of housing are stuck on council waiting lists for more than five years, according to Government figures released in March. The research warned that waiting lists could rise to 2.1million, while it revealed that building new social rent homes would deliver the equivalent of £24.5billion over 30 years. Mr Renard added: “There is a desperate need to build more social housing in this country.” news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 3 ‘FUMING’: Jamie Carra’s blame games Liverpool and England star Jamie Carragher says his wife Nicola rarely watched him play – and instead asked strangers what the score was. The Sky Sports pundit said: “If I was playing at Anfield, she’d be with the kids in town. “She’d go through town asking how Liverpool were getting on. “If they were getting beat she’d be going: ‘Whose fault was the goal?’ She knew if it was my fault, I’d be like a lunatic when I got in, fuming,” he told the Tony Bellew Is Angry podcast. Hot tv All the top Telly news See Page 27 AUCTION: Stallone Rocky’s jacket for £90k Rocky Balboa’s black leather jacket has emerged for sale priced £90,000. Actor Sylvester Stallone wore it as the fictional boxing hero in the first Rocky film in 1976. The actor kept hold of the jacket until 2015 when it was acquired by a private collector. Stallone wrote in a letter of authenticity: “This jacket really established Rocky as a kind of mythical, dark knight character.” Joe Maddalena of Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas, said: “This black leather jacket epitomises Rocky’s character.” Picture: JEANY SAVAGE ★BRAVE Jess wants to take a walk on the wild side and appear on I’m A Celeb. ★The 24-year-old beauty from Greenwich, south-east London, said: “Not much fazes me. I’d love all the critters.” ★Dealing with creepy-crawlies may not put Jess off but some say they have seen ghosts at Gwrych castle, Wales, where the show takes place. ★ “No worries,” says Jess. “If you’ve got it, haunt it!” Jess FANCY BEING A PAGE 3 GIRL? Want to be one of our fabulous Daily Star Page 3 girls? Send your bikini picture to jeanysavage@ yahoo.co.uk Harry JOY AT NEW BOY DELIGHTED Harry Judd is a dad for the third time. The McFly drummer and his birth to a boy, a brother for Lola, five, and Kit, four. The couple posted a black her baby while her proud husband kissed her on the cheek. He wrote: “Clever mummy wife Izzy say their family is and white photo on Instagram and baby boy are doing well now “complete” after she gave of smiling Izzy breastfeeding and are both beautiful.” Simply Dead tight! POOL PLAN: Mick and co ‘avoided paying for game’ POCKET BLOCKER SAVES BAND CASH MICK Hucknall and his Simply Red pals got in bother over a moneysaving stunt to play pool for free. The pop stars kept covering the table pockets so they didn’t have to keep putting in coins for games, claims Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder. The alleged cheeky scam was at Manchester’s famous Boardwalk venue. Shaun, 59, said: “We took over the room that Simply Red used to have. “They’d just had a big hit with Money’s Too Tight (To Mention), so had moved on to somewhere a bit bigger and nicer. Simply Red had ■■ by DAVID O’DORNAN got in trouble with the Boardwalk before they moved out because they always used to cover the pockets on the pool table, so the balls wouldn’t go down, and they didn’t have to keep sticking coins in to play pool. “Talk about money’s too tight to mention. That’s the sort of trick people would normally accuse the Mondays of, not Mick Hucknall and Simply Red!” Shaun makes the claim in his new book How To Be A Rock Star. Last night Mick Hucknall was asked for comment. news@dailystar.co.uk CUE MUSIC: Simply Red

4 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 DS1ST Sorry seems to be the hardest word TOLD YOU: Cummings weighed in knobo: a ‘joke’ for pm Dominic “Knobo” Cummings has branded Boris Johnson a “joke” after some of his criticisms of the Government were proven in a damning report on Covid. The report by cross-party MPs on the Science and Technology Committee and the Health and Social Care Committee said the UK’s preparation for a pandemic was too focused on flu, while ministers waited too long to push through lockdown measures in early 2020. Cummings, the PM’s former adviser, said: “The Government system for dealing with crises is a disaster, as I wrote in 2019.” Work He added: “The system was bad for many years before Covid. “Me and others put into place work to try and improve the system in 2020 after the first wave, unfortunately the Prime Minister – being the joke that he is – has not pushed that work through. “Now we have a joke Prime Minister and a joke leader of the Labour Party and we obviously need a new political system.” Minister for the Cabinet Office Stephen Barclay defended the Government, saying that there had not been “groupthink” on handling the pandemic. He later admitted he had not yet read the report from the select committees. WIND BIG SPREADER WINDY weather speeds up the spread of Covid, according to new research. Gusts blowing in the same direction as a cough increase transmission of the virus. People should wear masks outside, especially if it’s breezy, say scientists. Professsor Amit Agrawal of the Indian Institute of Technology said: “The study is significant in that it points to the increased infection risk that coughing in the same direction as the wind could bring about. “Based on the results, we recommend wearing masks outdoors, particularly in breezy conditions.” Other guidelines, such as coughing in an elbow or turning the face away, should also be followed when socialising in the open air. The analysis found even a light breeze of about 5mph extends effective social distancing by around a fifth. Depending on cough strength, it lengthens from three to six feet to 3.6 to 7.2 feet. Fear for recovery HOPES that the UK’s economy will make a swift recovery have been dented. The International Monetary Fund downgraded its outlook for the UK, while warning that developing countries are being left behind. The IMF expects UK output to grow by 6.8% in 2021, down from a previous estimate of 7%. Developing countries were also downgraded, due to the pandemic impact. “The dangerous divergence in economic prospects across countries remains a concern,” said chief CONCERN: Gopinath economist Gita Gopinath. bozo’s silent on apology demand ■■ by JERRY LAWTON BORIS “Bozo” Johnson should apologise for his Government’s botched handling of Covid, says Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer. A devastating report by MPs said delaying lockdown and social distancing during the early weeks of the pandemic “rank as one of the most important public health failures the UK has ever experienced”. The report found the “slow and gradualist” approach cost 20,000 lives and meant the UK fared significantly worse than other countries. Sir Keir said: “The Prime Minister should take responsibility because the responsibility is his, and he should apologise.” Last night Bozo had still not responded to the report and remained on holiday in Tory peer Zac Goldsmith’s £25,000-a-week villa in Marbella, Spain. Sir Keir said the report was a “damning indictment of the Government”. He said it showed up “errors and failures” of its “running down” of the NHS before the pandemic – then “being far too slow to respond”. The price was paid by bereaved families who lost their loved ones, he added. The report was issued by crossparty MPs on the Science and Technology Committee and the Health and Social Care Committee. They also said Test and Trace was too slow and thousands died in care homes partly due to a policy of discharging hospital patients without testing. Tory MP Jeremy Hunt, who chairs the Commons health committee and who was health secretary from 2012 to 2018, admitted he was part of the “groupthink” that focused too much on flu and failed to adequately plan for a pandemic such as Covid. He said the UK should have locked down earlier and “the Prime Minister is, of course, ultimately responsible, but some of the advice that he got was also wrong”. Mr Hunt added: “There was a groupthink that the way you tackle a pandemic should be similar to a flu pandemic, I was part of that.” Last night No10 offered no explanation as to why neither the PM nor any senior member of his Cabinet had responded to the report. The Star Says: Page 6 jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk Protocol ‘is failing’ Britain is ready if necessary to suspend the Northern Ireland Protocol to safeguard the peace process, Brexit Minister Lord Frost has warned. In a keynote speech in Lisbon, Lord Frost said the protocol, agreed with the EU as part of the UK’s divorce settlement, was not working and fundamental change was necessary. He said the UK was prepared to trigger Article 16 of the protocol – which allows either side to override large parts of the agreement – if that could not be achieved. He said: “It is our responsibility to safeguard peace and that WARNING: Lord Frost may include using Article 16.”

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 5 Picture: PA INSECURE: Fox Megan in body misery Megan Fox struggles with body dysmorphia and “deep insecurities”. The 35-year-old star has opened up about her internal struggles and revealed how she found love with her boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly. Speaking alongside her partner to British GQ, she said: “Yeah, I have body dysmorphia. “I have a lot of deep insecurities.. We may look at somebody and think, ‘That person’s so beautiful. Their life must be so easy.’ “They most likely don’t feel that way about themselves.” STAR Background music helps workers perform better but classical is more effective than pop, according to a study by the University of Amsterdam. BURST go to blazes WARNING: Leader Kim Power play by Jong-un Kim Jong-un has vowed to build an “invincible” military – which no-one will dare to challenge. The North Korean leader, 37, has also accused the United States of creating tensions between the two countries. He said: “The US has frequently signalled it’s not hostile to our state. “But there is no actionbased evidence to make us believe that they are not.” Speaking as he showcased his fearsome arsenal of missiles during a national holiday event, he added. “We aren’t strengthening our defence capability because of South Korea. “We shouldn’t repeat a history of using force against each other.” SOAPBOX Faves join rival shows in green campaign INSULATE Britain ■ Tarquins set light to court injunctions served on them over the M25 protests. Nearly 20 activists, outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, burnt papers served on them yesterday. It comes as a High Court hearing takes place over injunctions granted to National Highways, covering the M25, Port of Dover and other major roads. ■Demonstrator Nick Onley, 59, said: “It’s a sign of our determination to carry on protesting.” CLIMATE MEET: The conference venues in Glasgow RIVAL soap characters are set to swap shows for the first time. Viewers will see their favourites from Coronation Street, Emmerdale, EastEnders and Hollyoaks pop up in one another’s programmes. Doctors, Casualty and Holby City will also be taking part in the stunt. It is to highlight the issue of climate change and other environmental problems. Emmerdale’s executive producer Jane Hudson – who came up with the idea – said: “Never ■■ by PETER DYKE before have all five soaps and both continuing dramas come together and united in telling one story.” Viewers can expect surprises starting on Monday, November 1 – the week when world leaders meet in Glasgow for the COP26 conference. Throughout the week, well-known faces from BBC, ITV and Channel 4 soaps will appear on rival shows to discuss or see social media debates on climate change. A Hollyoaks star will pop up in Albert Square on EastEnders, while two Emmerdale actors take part in a social media video shown to Corrie characters. Casualty will be discussed by drinkers in Emmerdale’s The Woolpack pub, while EastEnders boozers will have a debate after seeing a social media clip from Corrie. The Hollyoaks cast will learn about an environmental issue that happened in Holby and a star from Doctors will appear on the cobbles of Corrie. The stunt took months of planning among the shows’ bosses. peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk

6 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Says Vanishing act Bozo EYEBROWS were raised at the timing of Bozo’s holiday. With a shortage of almost everything and one crisis after another, it felt like the wrong time for the PM to swan off to Spain. But perhaps the release of the damning cross-party report into the early handling of the pandemic explains why he’s scarpered to the hills in Marbella. The Science and Technology Committee and the Health and Social Care Committee report concluded the Government made serious preparation errors. It said they could have saved thousands of lives if they had followed advice and locked down earlier. Anyone who has watched Bozo in times of trouble knows the drill. It’s basically “when the going gets tough, the tough hide in the corner”. Or a fridge. Or Marbella. Or anywhere where he can’t be forced to answer difficult questions. Bozo is a PM who would probably excel if the country was going through a purple patch. Remember how everyone loved him during the Olympics. But being Prime Minister is not a fairweather job. Anyone can enjoy the good times. The great leaders are the ones who prove themselves when the nation is in crisis. Grown up way to go MOST people need to be told to “grow up” at some point in their lives. It’s not just youngsters, everyone can act a bit childishly from time to time – or even most of the time. Just look at our politicians. So it’s pleasing to hear that a tribunal has ruled the phrase isn’t discriminatory – because it’s not. It might not be something people want to hear. But we can’t deem every critical comment as a reason to take legal action. Otherwise we’d open the floodgates to a tidal wave of daft complaints from people who frankly should grow up. On loo-se A WOMAN was shocked to find a whopping great python in her toilet. We bet she couldn’t Adam and Eve it! SOME FOLK MUNCH ON pretty WEIRD STUFF Odd-eaties! SPONGE BAN: Claire Louise Owen SACRÉ BLEU: Michel Lotito aka Monsieur “Mouth” Mangetout – which translates as Mr Eat-All – was a French entertainer whose powerful digestive juices allowed him to eat bicycles, TVs, a waterbed, a Cessna 150 plane and a coffin while drinking mineral oil to lubricate the items down. He died aged 57 holding the Guinness Book Of Records award for the strangest diet. BOTTOMS UP: Most parents can’t wait to see the back end of nappy changes but an American woman called Keyshia ended up on TLC’s My Strange Addiction show after confessing to chewing, sucking, eating, and smelling urine-soaked ones. She claimed they tasted like sour sweets. DRIVE & DETERMINATION: Aussie circus strongman Leon Sampson was so determined to win a big money bet he could eat a car that he had it ground down and mixed into soup and mashed potato. Making sure the pieces were no larger than a grain of rice it took four years until he cashed in. ON FIRE: Russian actor and comedian Chaz Chase was a hit on the vaudeville and burlesque scene in the 1920s for scoffing lit cigarettes and cigars. He also necked his cardboard dickey bow and flowers and would end his act with a strip tease. BRAINS OF BRITAIN We asked you to name an animal which has tusks. We didn’t realise that Timon from The Lion King was on the Brains of Britain panel: 1 Elephant 2 Walrus 3 Warthog 4= Boar, Rhino 6 Woolly mammoth 7 Narwhal 8 Sabre-toothed tiger 9 My best mate Join the BoB panel. Email StarLetters@dailystar.co.uk to get the next batch of questions ★PICA is an eating disorder where people consume non-food items which have no nutritional value and can be dangerous for the body. We revealed yesterday sober coach Claire Louise Owen, from Wales, has banned herself from buying bath sponges after finding it impossible not to gnaw on them since the age of 14, blaming her hormones. ★Here KIM CARR looks at some of the other strangest objects people have chowed down on… SOFA SO GOOD: Instead of sitting on sofas, Florida woman Adele Edwards ate them – getting through the equivalent of a pillow a week. The foamy diet caused serious tummy troubles and saw her hospitalised. LIGHTEN UP: Californian magician Todd Robbins’ sideshow act saw him eat more than 5,000 lightbulbs during his career with a whopping 21 per week often on the menu. GET ME OUTTA HERE: London YouTuber Louis Cole would ace I’m A Celebrity if his antics eating 21 live lo- ➊Which pop star turned TV personality with a famous son played EastEnders villain Steve Owen from 1998 to 2002? ➋Who scored a ridiculously good goal featuring a Cruyff Turn to help Wales beat the dull Belgians at Euro 2016? ASK US ANOTHER custs, a raw bull’s heart, a turkey leg covered in maggots and his live goldfish are anything to go by. BRIGHT SPARK: After hiding his pennies from school bullies by swallowing them Scottish showman Stevie Starr turned the trick into an art. His stomach saw Rubik’s Cubes and billiard balls also regurgitated in different orders. WINGING IT: Sideshow entertainer from the late 1800s and early 1900s Henry Harrison of New York was considered a human ostrich for his knack of being able to eat ➌What is the name of the musician in the picture? ➍Which woodcare product “does exactly what it says on the tin”? ➎In which county is Cheddar, which gives its name to the cheese? Q Is Cristiano Ronaldo the oldest Manchester United player to score in Europe? RED EDWARD A Bryan Robson scored aged 36 years, 282 days against Galatasaray in 1993. So give it a couple of months... Text DSTAR with your question and name to 84555. Cost 25p + network rate ANSWERS: 1) Martin Kemp; 2) Hal Robson-Kanu; 3) Drake; 4) Ronseal; 5) Somerset. ■CRAZY: Michel Lotito ate bikes and a Cessna 150 two-seater airplane pocketknives, and screws. DUCK! No seriously, it kind of is glass DS1ST YOU MUST BE CROAKING: German Circus star Dagmar Rothman became a star after World War Two for swallowing live animals and bringing them back up unharmed including frogs and white mice. HOT STUFF: Hadji Ali was the Wolverhampton wonder who became Judy Garland’s favourite vaudevillian and appeared in Laurel and Hardy’s Chickens Come Home film thanks to his ability to down then bring back a mix of water and kerosene to pour fire out of his mouth.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 7 Lego of TO SCALE: 4ft snake Python visitor’s taking the hiss A woman nipped to the toilet in the middle of the night – and found a 4ft python curled up in the bowl. Laura Tranter was so terrified by the snake she ran to tell a friend, who asked her if she was drunk. Laura, 34, said: “I woke up at half-past five in the morning to go to the toilet – and it was just there. “It scared the hell out of me. I really thought I was hallucinating.” Laura said she called the RSPCA but got a message saying they did not open until 7am, so she had to improvise. Laura, from Stourbridge, West Mids, added: “I went around my mate Sarah’s. She was so confused, she asked if I’d been drinking. “Luckily her brother, Dan, is really interested in spiders and snakes and stuff so I called him to come and get it out. “We think that someone might have let it out after keeping it as a pet.” The snake has been handed to the RSPCA which is caring for it. The Star Says: Page 6 WORD OF TERGIVERSATIOn: Evasion of direct action or making a statement. Sounds like something someone currently on hols might do. THE DAY Couple are now bankers A publicity-shy couple have moved into banking by joining a firm whose owners describes themselves as “hippies”. They have become “impact partners” and investors at sustainable investing firm Ethic. The bank claims to only invest in businesses that meet its “social responsibility criteria”. The former actress, 40, said: “From the world I come from, you don’t talk about investing, right?” Pictures: SPLASH NEWS Posh is bearly dressed STYLISH Victoria Beckham showed some bear-faced chic when she turned up for an A-list interview. Dressed in bright yellow trousers and a red jumper, the former Spice Girl seemed to have taken inspiration from children’s favourite Rupert. Victoria was making an appearance on the Good Morning America talk show in Manhattan. But she did forget the scarf to complete the outfit. gender FIGURE IT OUT: A mini man and a woman from the brick giant ‘GIRLY’ TOYS MAKE BOYS FEAR BULLIES ■■ by ETHAN BLACKSHAW LEGO is to end “gender stereotyping” of its toys because boys fear they will be mocked if they play with girls’ products. Bosses said they want to make their toys “more inclusive” from now on. They commissioned a study which revealed 71% of boys feared they would be teased and made fun of if they played with “girls’ toys”. The report by the Geena Davis Institute found boys aged six to 14 are pushed towards sport, science, technology, engineering and maths activities, while girls are encouraged towards dancing, dressing up and baking. Valued Institute chief Madeline Di Nonno said: “Behaviours associated with men are valued more highly in society. “Until societies recognise behaviours and activities typically associated with women are as valuable or important, parents and children will be tentative to embrace them.” LEGO – which had sales of £4.95billion last year – has not yet detailed the changes. The firm’s Julia Goldin said: “We’re working hard to make LEGO more inclusive. “We’re testing everything on boys and girls and including more female role models.” news@dailystar.co.uk Bill felled by flakes ★SIR Billy Connolly reckons he would not make it as a comic today due to wokeness. The Big Yin said: “Because of political correctness people have pulled in the horns. ★ “There was a comedian who had a TV series and the suits were going to take it off. They have got no bravery.”

8 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Men ‘drive us all mad’ WOMEN truckers could solve Britain’s HGV crisis – if the industry tackles sexist men drivers. Haulage boss Stephanie Pearce said “men patronise you the whole time”. UK’s ships go abroad SHIPPING giant Maersk is diverting large ships from British ports to Europe. A build-up of cargo means container ships unload abroad then smaller boats bring goods here. Pictures: Bav Media DS1ST it’s getting pasta joke THE pasta shelves in a ■ supermarket are almost empty – showing the extent of the produce crisis. Turkey freezers at the store were in a similar state as festive goods become in short supply. Both worrying pictures were ■ taken inside a Tesco supermarket in Cambridge. It comes after a survey by The Grocer trade magazine showed one in three people are already stockpiling for Christmas. COPS IN ‘EVERARD’ PROBES Murder sparks crackdown POLICE are set to probe all complaints of violence by officers against women after Sarah Everard’s murder. Forces in England and Wales will review allegations involving serving officers. Police chiefs will also check flashing incidents in a bid to restore trust in the service after Met officer Wayne Couzens was jailed for the kidnap, rape and murder of Sarah, 33, inset. National Police Chiefs’ Council chairman Martin Hewitt said: “Police bosses are doing everything we can do to ensure that the way we deal with violence against women and girls is as effective ■■ by FLORA THOMPSON and as assertive as it can be.” Forces will look again at vetting practices to make sure checks are complying with procedures as part of an action plan set at an NPCC meeting last week. No time frame has yet been revealed but Mr Hewitt added: “These are immediate actions that we determined last week needed to be taken.” Last week, the Met announced it was carrying out an examination of all ongoing sexual and domestic abuse allegations against officers and staff. The probe will run alongside its own independent review of the force’s standards and culture. news@dailystar.co.uk

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 9 NOW IT’S RUDE TO ARTHRITIS: Shatner Space trip? I’m sitting myself! star Trek legend William Shatner fears the toughest part of his space flight today will be getting in and out of his chair. The veteran actor, 90, who has arthritis, is set to become the world’s oldest astronaut when he blasts off as part of a four-strong crew with Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin company. Asked about his suborbital mission aboard the New Shepard craft, he said: “The only thing about age that has application to this particular vehicle is getting in and out of the seat with any kind of arthritis. “So unless you’re really supple, getting in and out of the seats in weight, when we’re in gravity, is a chore,” said Shatner, who takes cannabis oil to ease arthritis in his joints. The star, who played Captain Kirk aboard the Starship Enterprise, had previously said he was “terrified” at the prospect of a trip into the cosmos. The take-off was delayed by a day due to windy weather at the Texas launchpad. STAR Disney animator Ruthie Tompson has died at the age of 111. Tomson worked at Disney for four decades until the mid-1970s and “died peacefully in her sleep”. BURST All clear in toxic flat alert A BLOCK of flats has been given the all-clear after a chemical alert which saw officers rushed to hospital. Four policemen inhaled an unknown substance when they stormed in to resuscitate an injured man. The 30-year-old is in a serious condition in the Northern General hospital. Park Hill Flats in Sheffield have now been declared free of contamination after tests and officers are recovering after receiving attention. CALL kylie’s horror scene Kylie Jenner looks a ■ bloody mess in her latest Instagram post as followers blasted her for making violence “sexy”. The reality star, 24, posed in fake blood to launch her new cosmetics collection – in collaboration with slasher movie Nightmare On Elm Street. ■But one fan fumed: “Some people are actually hurt by violence. Why make this sexy?” AN ALIEN VOCAL: Lovato. Inset, ET from film US singer Demi in bizarre rant ■■ by AARON TINNEY Demi Lovato says the word aliens should be banned as it’s offensive to... aliens. The ultra-woke singer’s new documentary series Unidentified explores the possibility of ETs. And Demi, 29, said: “‘We have to stop calling them aliens because aliens is a derogatory term. “That’s why I like to call them ETs! So yeah, that’s a little information that I learned.” Demi is also wound up about the perception of aliens as harmful. The singer said: “I want people to have an open mind and realise that these beings are looking out for our best interest. If they wanted to hurt us, they would’ve.” Many have laid into the call, including Piers Morgan who wrote “FFS,” Musk blast ELON Musk is set to rule the universe, his rival space tycoons fear. They claim the SpaceX chief’s new super rocket will dwarf theirs and give Musk, left, a monopoly on deep space travel. Entrepreneur Peter Diamandis said: “It’s game over for existing launch companies. There’s no vehicle out there that could compete.” along with an eye roll emoji. In Unidentified, Demi wails lyrics into the sky while wearing night-vision gear in an “emotional” bid to reach aliens. Dawn Neesom: Page 17 news@dailystar.co.uk SIGNAL PUZZLE AN “extraordinary” signal emerging from the heart of the Milky Way is baffling boffins. They say the radio waves fit no currently understood pattern – and the wildly fluctuating signal could even be from a new type of star. Ziteng Wang, of the University of Sydney, Australia, said: “We’ve never seen anything like it.”

DS1ST 10 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 tops for TV tops for TV BBC IN A FIX SCOPE: Willoughby Holly’s all star struck Holly Willoughby has splashed out on a powerful star-gazing telescope. The telly host, 40, who has just launched her own lifestyle website called Wylde Moon, bought a Celestron scope – which cost up to £4,800. Holly said: “I’m always amazed at the magic that’s on the other end of the telescope. “It’s like when I put my eye to the lens I’ve just zipped up my astronaut suit and I’m in space staring at all of these celestial beings.” Baskin’s ‘nut’ fear GETTING DOWN: Tilly and Nikita works on moves tilly’s riled by love life talk TILLY Ramsay’s Strictly victory bid is at risk of being derailed by rumours she is in love with her partner, friends of the star fear. Telly chef Gordon’s daughter, 19, is also said to be meditating to reduce stress over talk she has fallen for Nikita Kuzmin, 23, who is currently dating professional German dancer Nicole Wirt, 22. A source close to the blonde said: “Tilly is loving being on the show but she wants people to be interested in her moves, not her love life.” A Strictly spokesman said they had no comment. CAROLE Baskin fears a crazed nut might murder her daughter Jamie by accidently thinking she is her. The Tiger King star, 60, is concerned that 41-year-old Jamie could be the victim of mistaken identity because they are dopplegangers. She said: “My concern is that somebody would be crazy enough to try and hurt me and end up hurting my family instead. “My daughter and I look a lot alike.” kim set to crack ice Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt is “nervous” after joining this year’s Dancing On Ice line-up. The singer, 39, left, also revealed she is feeling the pressure to perform well due to her dancing background. She said: “I’m nervous as that ice will hit hard. I’m up for a challenge!” Stimpy outfits Love Island couple Iain Stirling and ★ Laura Whitmore prove they are colourful characters by stepping out in matching Ren and Stimpy onesies. ★Their Instagram fans lapped up the cartoon outfits as Iain proudly posted: “Went out in public like this. Regret nothing.” Broadband Provider of the Year? That’ll do. Superfast Fibre £22.99/mth Plus £50 reward card 18 month contract. Price changes apply. Offer ends 13 th October Plusnet Fibre 0800 731 7511 New customers only. £38.20/mth from mth 19. 18 mth min term. Subject to availability. New line install £49.99 (subject to survey). The price for broadband, line rental, call plans and call charges will increase each March by the Consumer Price Index rate of inflation published in January that year plus 3.9%. Other prices, content and terms may also change during your contract. See our CPI Plus 3.9% Guide for details. Your Plusnet Reward Card is issued by GVS Prepaid Ltd, an Electronic Money Institution authorised in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority with Firm Reference number 900230; pursuant to licence from Mastercard International Mastercard ® is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Inc. GVS Prepaid Ltd’s company registration number is 09193070 and its registered office is at Westside, London Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 9TD. Reward card claim by email within 2 months. See plus.net/awards for details. Terms apply.

DS1ST tops for TV tops for TV OVER SAVILE SICK ABUSE: Paedophile Savile Perv drama is ‘too soon’ blast critics ■■ by Peter Dyke A BBC chief has defended the channel for making a drama about pervert Jimmy Savile. Critics say it is still too soon to make a show about the paedophile Jim’ll Fix It host, whose sick antics came to light following his death aged 84 in 2011. He is now believed to have sexually abused as many as 500 young people. BBC head of drama Piers Wenger said the series – starring Steve Coogan as the shamed presenter and DJ – would be “sensitive” to his victims and their families, who they had worked with on the story. He said: “It is a decade since Savile died and it will be a decade next year since his behaviour first came into the public eye. “Our primary intention is to give a voice to the victims and to tell their stories sensitively and with the utmost respect. “The drama was written after extensive research was conducted and many of the survivors of Savile are involved in its making.” Meanwhile others SHOW ROLE: slammed the BBC for Coogan being the station to make the show since it was the former “home” of Top Of The Pops and Jim’ll Fix It – the shows the charity fundraiser used as a hunting ground for victims. But Wenger added: “I think there are still many important questions that need to be answered about Savile and many questions we are asking of ourselves through that drama. So I think it is incredibly important that the BBC do tell that story. “I have yet to see a documentary really answer the question – how did this happen? How was he able to render his victims so powerless and without a voice for so long and how was he able to hide in plain sight within institutions – not just the BBC? “The BBC will be a part of it because that was a part of Savile’s story. There is no getting away from it, nor would we want to.” peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 11 ■CROWN DUO: Elizabeth and Dominic as, below, Charles and Diana A double take ★THE Crown’s second incarnation of Prince Charles and Princess Diana look eerily similar to the real-life couple in new pictures. Dominic West and Elizabeth Debicki were captured aping the royal pair while filming aboard a yacht in Majorca. ★Also on set for the fifth series of the Netflix drama were child actors Timothee Sambor and Teddy Hawley, who play the young Prince William and his publicity-shy brother. The scenes are thought to be based on Charles and Diana’s trip to Spain in 1992 just months before their separation, and are set to be available on the streaming service next month. GIVEAWAY: Speedo A splash the cash mission A fundraiser famed for wearing nothing but Speedos is dressing in his swimming trunks again to give away the cash. Mick Cullen, known as Speedo Mick, is distributing up to £250,000 from his own foundation. He will hand it out during a 2,000-mile, fivemonth long trek across both the UK and Ireland. The 56-year-old said: “We decided as a charity the best thing we could do for communities would be to give a quarter of a million pounds back to small charities along the route.” Pushing through the pain of his latest challenge, Mick added: “Me feet are killing me!” FACT OF Dogs typically align themselves on a north-south axis when they go to the toilet. THE DAY LA LIFE: Singer Adele is low on capital Adele says she moved to Los Angeles because she “couldn’t afford” to buy property in London. The Tottenham native reportedly has a net worth of £130million and has stumped fans with her new housing revelation. Adele, 33, said: “The kind of house I have in LA I could never afford in London. Ever. “It’s like hundreds of millions of pounds. I don’t have that much money at all. I’d throw up.” Adele owns three neighbouring mansions in LA, which come to an estimated value of £22m. Her neighbours include Katy Perry, Penelope Cruz and Jennifer Lawrence.

12 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 DS1ST james bay and baby ★REUNITED boyband The Wanted created their new songs remotely from different parts of the world. The quintet’s first single in seven years, Rule The World, is out today. And Nathan Sykes revealed it was “recorded in London and LA and the process went really well thanks to a lot of communication which pulled everything together”. ★ Nicki’s Bandmate Siva Kaneswaran added: “I’m just looking forward to seeing the fan reaction to the new tracks and making some new memories.” And the lads are “super proud” of bandmate Tom Parker working through his battle with cancer. ★A year after Tom’s brain tumour diagnosis, Max George said: “We just wish that we were here under different circumstances because Tom’s obviously going through what he is and none of us wants that for someone so close to our heart.” ★Max has vowed to soak up every moment of their reunion, telling Fault magazine: “While I loved it the first time, I don’t remember a lot of it partly because we were going out, drinking, playing show after show.” ★HOLD back the nappies, James Bay is a daddy. The Brit-winning warbler has revealed his tiny daughter Ada Violet for the first time. James said: “After all these years together as two, we’re so excited to be three! Last week Lu gave birth to our first baby. ★ “We are so in love and filled with gratitude and joy for this little miracle in our lives.” Congrats and arrivederci sleep. in Mix over Jesy rap LEIGH-ANNE BLASTED NICKI Minaj has branded their families. If you want a solo Leigh-Anne Pinnock a “clown” career, baby girl, just say that, for accusing ex bandmate Jesy you can go out and put out Nelson of “blackfishing”. your own music. We will A bitter war of words has engulfed support you and love you! past and current members of Little “It screams insecurity and it Mix after complaints of cultural appropriation screams that you’re jealous. were made “Only jealous people against Jesy for the video do things like this.” to her debut solo single During the Instagram Boyz featuring Minaj. Live, Jesy made no Leigh-Anne reportedly attempt to defend agreed with blackfish- Leigh-Anne and even ing accusations, after claimed she had pulled leaked screenshots of an her up on her behaviour exchange with a fan when they filmed their showed Leigh calling final music video Jesy a “horrible person” together, Sweet Melody. who has “blocked” her Jesy said: “It’s just former bandmates. hard for me because I Now, Nicki has taken was in a group with two aim at Leigh-Anne in an women of colour for Instagram live chat: nine years and it was “Sweetheart, take them never brought up to me text messages and shove until the last music video when she messaged it up your f *** ing a ** , because when you do me, ‘Jesy, I just want to clown s***, I got to treat make you aware’.” you and talk to you like you a Minaj also attacked Little Mix clown.” fans for not supporting Jesy. Nicki then accused She said: “If you know Leigh-Anne of jealousy: someone has been suicidal “Stop trying to hurt people from bullying in the past, and kill people’s why try to get a bunch lives and careers, this of people to bully is the way people feed them again.” Players must be 18 or over. Terms and conditions apply. Excludes NI. The Health Lottery operates 5 18+ main lottery draws per week (Tue-Sat). Every £1 line for any Wednesday or Saturday main lottery draw will also automatically be entered into the appropriate £100,000 free prize draw which also take place on those days. All players matching 5 numbers in the free draw will win an equal share of the prize. The Health Lottery scheme manages 12 society lotteries that operate in rotation, and each represents a different geographical region of Great Britain. This month’s society lottery is Health Lottery East Midlands. For details on which society lottery is running each month please visit www.healthlottery.co.uk or ask your Health Lottery retailer. The Health Lottery logo is a registered trademark of The Health Lottery Ltd. ★SOME of Little Mix’s closest friends are shocked by the falling out. The band’s unofficial fifth member Kamille, who wrote many of their hits, said: “This is all just so sad to watch, after 10 years of friendship.” I spoke to Kamille just a couple of weeks ago about whether she was allowed to work with Jesy now they have split and she told me: “All this stuff about songwriters not being able to work with different members is ridiculous. ★ “Jesy is incredible, I’m so proud of her and I’m proud of all the girls they are growing and evolving.” GOT A STORY? Call us on 020

DS1ST JAMES CABOOTER’s with SAM MAYERS PINK couldn’t be happier after being named the most-played female artist of the 21st Century in the UK. After pipping Madonna to the top spot she said: “Well this is the honour of a lifetime!” WORLD DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 13 OFF THE PEGG HIT COLDPLAY’s collaboration with BTS was instigated by Simon Pegg’s daughter. Chris Martin revealed on Hits Radio: “My goddaughter Tilly, who is Simon Pegg’s daughter, she’s a massive ARMY – she’s who got me into BTS. “So, I said to her do you think we should ask Suga and J Hope if they want to do a rap in this song? And she said: ‘Yeah, definitely’.” Last night Coldplay launched the new album with a fan show in London and Chris invited Fleur East on stage to sing Human Heart. He said: “Do you want to come and perform it with us? I’m serious Fleur because you’re brilliant.” Dua all Heart Pictures: BACKGRID Card to handle DUA Lipa is clearly in the mood to celebrate early. With her Elton John collab Cold Heart on course to land her a third No1 Friday, the star hit the capital to party in a David Koma black dress with a sheer panel and two strategically placed flowers. “It’s a London thing,” she shared. If successful, Cold Heart will be the first No1 not to feature Ed Sheeran since June. IT may have been Cardi B’s birthday party, but she wasn’t the only one in her birthday suit. The rapper threw a dancehallthemed bash at the River Studios in LA to mark turning 29 with her fella Offset. Everyone from Normani to Snoop Dogg got into the dancehall spirit, rocking colourful or barely there clobber, none more so than Lizzo. The plus-sized singer turned heads by arriving practically naked bar a pair of nipple pasties, a thong and a sheer purple dress. Never upstage the birthday girl Lizzo! 8612 7453 or email james.cabooter@dailystar.co.uk

14 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 KATH’S CREEPY EX USED TO FILM SEX TV’S Katherine Ryan has revealed how a controlling former lover forced her to send him nude photos. The Duchess star said the creep also used his phone to film their sex romps. Comedian Katherine, 38, revealed: “Everything he liked sexually made me deeply uncomfortable. “It started with him sending me photos of himself. ■■ by DAVID O’DORNAN These were more than nudes, they were full-blown pornographic images.” She added: “It was never enough though and he’d sometimes grab his phone to film us having sex. “I’d stay quiet about it and then delete the videos as soon as he went to the loo.” Katherine tells the story in new book The Audacity. BOOK: Katherine Tony wins KFC fight a PENSIONER fined £100 for parking too long on a visit to KFC has been let off. Tony Long, 77, had gone to the branch near Sutton Coldfield to see pals after months stuck at home. Crete hit by quake Crete has been hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake – just two weeks after a 5.8 magnitude tremor. No victims have been reported, but a Church collapsed in the town of Sitia. DS1ST SHOP BIRD FEEDING STATION DESPATCHING NOW! With 4 feeders ONLY £24.99 BUY NOW Picture: Gil Wizen BIRD FEEDING STATION WITH 4 BIRD FEEDERS Create a safe haven for feathered friends (and a sweet focal point for your garden) with this decorative bird-feeding station. Treat garden guests to a real feast by suspending the nut, seed and fat-ball feeders (all included) from the curved hanging frame and side rail of this traditional metal design. Includes a set of four hooks, a transparent water dish and a mesh food tray. It’s easy to move around the garden, and offers more variety than a single feeder. All pieces of the bird feeder slot together for easy assembly and the instruction manual included gives easy-to-follow guidance. • Height: 226cm. • Guaranteed for 12 months. G1357 Bird Feeding Station with 4 Bird Feeders - Black £24.99 + £4.99 p&p To order call us on 0871 664 2459 * Bird food not included QUOTE TM_RE293 www.thompson-morgan.com/TM_RE293 Picture: Angel Fitor To find out exactly how we store and use the data you give us please visit www.thompson-morgan.com/privacy. This offer is provided by Thompson & Morgan, Poplar Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP8 3BU (terms & conditions available upon request). Offer subject to availability. *Calls cost 12ppm plus your phone company’s access charge. Lines are open 7 days a week, Mon-Fri (9am-8pm), Sat- Sun (9am-6pm). See online for full T&C’s and delivery information. Delivery to UK addresses only. We are unable to ship seeds or plants to EU countries and Northern Ireland. Images for illustration purposes only. Dispatched from October onwards. Offer closes 27th October 2021.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 15 I FORGIVE ROO, FOR SCANDALS it’s a jumbo jet of water ★AN elephant blows bubbles in a pool at an attraction in Thailand. And on the other side of the world a US grizzly bear noses around a camera rigged up by the remains of an elk bull. ★The pics are from the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year at London’s Natural History Museum. Entries also included a fishing spider weaving an egg sac in Canada and two mouthy male cichlid in Lake Tanganyika, Central Africa. Picture: Adam Oswell / Wildlife Photographer oF the Year Picture: Zack Clothier Coleen blames it on booze ■■ by WILL SCHOFIELD COLEEN Rooney says she has “forgiven” Wayne for his booze and sex scandals – but admits it “wasn’t acceptable”. The childhood sweethearts, who met aged 12 and have been married for 13 years, have repeatedly been rocked by the ex-England star’s antics. In a trailer for documentary “Rooney”, mum-of four-Coleen, 35, said: “I knew groups Wayne was hanging around. Together with alcohol... not good. “I forgive him but it wasn’t acceptable.” ROCKED: Wayne & Coleen In 2004 Wayne was accused of paying for prostitutes including granny Patricia Tierney, who was known as “Auld Slapper”. Helen Wood also alleged Rooney paid for a threesome with her and Jenny Thompson while Coleen was pregnant in 2009. In 2017, the former Man United ace was nicked for drink-driving after he was caught driving party girl Laura Simpson home. In 2019 Rooney, now Derby’s manager, was arrested for being drunk in public in Washington, US. And this July he was pictured in a hotel room with three scantily clad women. The Amazon Prime show, out early next year, will feature interviews with family, friends and some former team-mates, including David Beckham. news@dailystar.co.uk STAR The “Trade Inn” in Shoreditch, east London, is the first pub where you can pay for food and drink with recyclable tech, to help tackle electronic waste in the UK. BURST Spiders on prowl Homes are being invaded by sex-crazed spiders the size of tarantulas. The mild autumn has seen numbers explode as mating season peaks. And the beasts are even growing bigger as they have more insects to eat. Angela Hale, of Drusillas wildlife park in East Sussex, said: “Male spiders will be moving around for mates. “The milder weather has also meant there are a lot of insects around, providing an abundance of food.” Can you guess the year from these five clues? 1. The half-crown – worth two shillings and sixpence – ceases being legal tender. 2. Striker Peter Osgood scores in every round of the FA Cup as he leads Chelsea to glory, beating Leeds United in a replay. 3. Boeing 747 makes its first commercial passenger trip to London. 4. Mick Jagger is fined £200 – and spends one night in jail – for possession of cannabis. 5. Japan becomes fourth nation to put a satellite in orbit. No Googling! Answer in tomorrow’s paper. Yesterday’s year: 2006

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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 17 Dawn NEESOM Twitter: @DawnNeesom dawnneesom@dailystar.co.uk YOU can also catch up with me on talkRadio, C5’s Jeremy Vine show and ITV’s This Morning. Let me know what you think on Twitter @DawnNeesom ROW: Jesy and Leigh Torn off a strip... Little Mix always channelled girl power, sisterhood, feminism and, er, as little clothing as possible. Now Jesy Nelson has left the group she’s been accused of “blackfishing” by former bandmate Leigh- Anne Pinnock which is something to do with culturally nicking hairstyles or something. Shout Out To My Ex indeed. Bozo’s birthday ■ present to his wildlife-loving dad Stanley for his 80th was something the PM is a huge expert in. Beavers. 41,000 old people died of Covid in Charles’ claim care homes. The Government’s only real success was a lot of hot air pricks. Just leaving that one there for you. SO Prince Charles has converted his Aston Martin DB6 to run on surplus cheese and wine. Blimey if the Ginger Whinger and his American Soap Actress could run their never-ending private jets on hypocritical hot air they’d save the planet single-handedly. While we’re on Tampon Man and his self-confessed sympathetic “understanding” for eco-terrorist nut jobs like Insult Britain shall we examine his biofueled motoring claims a little closer? Like the fact his collection of very green, very expensive cars are often escorted by a cavalcade ■ of gas-guzzling security vehicles GEARED UP: and police motorbikes cutting Charles with swathes through any traffic issues part of his (whether caused by tarmac-hugging numpties or not.) classic car collection British Airways have just gone plane mad OFFENSIVE: Lovato Lovato’s spaced Pop poppette Demi Lovato claims the term alien is offensive to extra terrestrials. She has also – in no particular order – identified as straight, queer, pan-sexual, sexually fluid, non-binary and they/them. Funnily enough most of these dramatic statements coincide with new albums and/or TV shows. She’s talking out of her Uranus... In the same ■ week that LEGO announces it is going “gender neutral” (no, me neither, it’s a plastic brick FGS) it’s also revealed as the top toy this Christmas. The actual model in such demand is called Luigi. As in the BOY’S name. Awks... AS it’s nearly Halloween I thought we’d share some reallife horrors this week. But brace yourself to be upset, offended and probably in need of a lie down in a darkened room, if not full blown therapy. Ready for some of the worst language you’ll hear all day? Ladies. And. Gentlemen. That’s it. I know. Sorry. Up there with the “n word”, the “c word” and even the “M word” (for Marbella). Because the latest insanity in a world gone so far beyond woke joke it’s become a permanent, shambling insomniac, British Airways has decided to ban greeting passengers as “ladies and gentlemen” in case it upsets them. Well I’m truly sorry but if anyone is genuinely upset – or even remotely bothered – about a flight attendant addressing them in this way they’re beyond being wrapped in cotton wool. They need a padded cell. I mean, seriously. The horrific murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa are upsetting. The unnecessary deaths of so many of our old folk in care homes leaves you appalled. NOT three little words that are the epitome of politeness. The reason, of course, is that the world’s favourite airline has decided the way to get its pandemic battered business back on track is to be more “inclusive and to embrace diversity”. They reckon the words ladies and gentlemen exclude the trans and nonbinary community who they are desperately keen not to upset. Eh? What REAL ISSUES: Deaths of Sabina and Sarah overshadow BA greeting about the vast majority of us who are, whisper it, quite happy to be men and women and addressed as such? Why are we constantly bending over backwards to tip toe around a tiny percentage of the population who mostly don’t even give a damn themselves. The only things I don’t want to hear on a flight are, “Sorry we’ve run out of gin” and “Assume the brace position”. A trans mate sighed at the news: “All this does is alienate people against us even more. Kicking me in the head for how I identify upsets me. Calling me ‘lady’ doesn’t.” But it was ever thus wasn’t it? Virtue signalling, mostly white, straight, liberal lefty luvvies getting offended on behalf of the poor persecuted minorities they were put on Earth to protect. Which is the very definition of being a patronising, condescending snob. It’s ALL TOO PREDICTABLE... Evidently a bear was spotted disappearing into a wood this week for a quick number two. In other even less startling news: Bozo, the Government and the very un-sage SAGE messed up Covid in spades. The Met Police dropped any investigation into the sex claims against the arrogant twerp that is Prince Andrew. EastEnders have a depressing Christmas special lined up. like London Mayor Sadiq Khan ripping down statues no-one has even noticed for 200 years on behalf of the black “community” but ignoring the sons of that very community knifing one another in escalating postcode wars. Lumps of stone are easier to score political points with. Saving lives not so. And it’s getting worse. Superman has joined the endless list of comic book characters to fly out of the closet. Meanwhile large toy stores in America must display children’s products in “gender neutral” sections by LAW. Yep, illegal to do the pink/blue thing. But hey, feel free to buy a semi-automatic and shoot the hell out of one another. Could fill the paper with this madness but the editor would tell me off. Not that he could imply I’m badly behaved mind you… Because, yep you’ve guessed it, teachers are being encouraged to drop describing pupils behaviour as “good” or “bad” to prevent them feeling guilty. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. I give up! According to a John Lewis review of shopping habits, thongs are down while trampolines are up. The perfect time to go for a jump then...

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20 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 DS1ST TEXT DSTAR to 84555 ■pls pls can we have a pic of Yasmine Akram & those lovely legs. Chippy sawdust HOME NEWS SPORT SHOWBIZ TRAVEL TECH ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Text DSTAR followed by a space, your comment and name to 84555. Texts 25p plus your usual network operator rate. SP: Spoke. Helpdesk: 0333 202 3390. Woke Stones is the end of FANTASTIC: Greaves Jimmy’s tribute so fitting for real hero ❑What a fantastic tribute to Jimmy Greaves & his life Monday night, his close ball control natural skill and goals just out of this world! Shd put it on prime time so all youngsters see it. Danny and Andy you haven’t changed a bit! God bless you and yr family. Jim B (ex Loyola) ❑merson playing the “poor me! poor me! poor me a drink!” card on ‘paul merson: football, gambling & me” what a sad, pathetic, wimp! jenny trimm, whitley bay ❑So sorry 4 Chris Packham at first thought he was a little weird but the prog with his lovely stepdaughter show what a wonderful father he is. Lynn Andover ❑Enjoying repeats of Secret Army, 1970s tv series being shown on Freeview and starring the late, great Bernard Hepton. Stewart and Geoff, Co. Durham. ❑OZZY LONDON: Although Kenny Everett was funny, Dick Emery was hilarious! CHARLTON GARRY ❑charles in emmerdale has more baggage than heathrow airport. Now his ex wife’s turned up i can c the love triangle turning in2 a square. Heather j ❑we need 3 new judges on strictly. It’s like a circus, paid all that money, anton is class, shows the others up. anon ❑thought j Nelson didn’t like the skimpy outfits, hence leavin LM! Attention seeking at it’s very best. Aunt Fanny ❑the next bond? Need 2 go back 2 a good looking man instead of wingnut funny looking craig. Bantaman ❑I watched cable guy on great movies and they cut out the bit where they play porno password. Pathetic. RR SELFIE SERVICE Our CAPTION: new Ballinslea hsdghsdgj Bridge Send us your photos of anything you like. It can – you be with you a with top celeb, a top celeb, larking some around funny with looking your mates food, in a fancy fantastic dress, snaps view, of or your maybe pets or your even artistic a side spectacular is coming view. out? Email with us with details details of what’s of who going is the on pic, in the pic, where who you you are are and and where what you’re up from. to. rock and roll ❑So now the last bastion of common sense has fallen. Yes The Rolling Stones have gone woke! Rock and Roll is truly dead. AMBER ARMY ❑If the Stones bin “brown sugar” they should pack it in altogether, “sympathy for the devil, under my thumb, satisfaction and let’s spend the night together” and many of their tracks are just as provocative and controversial. Jimi Peters Diss ❑Didn’t enjoy The Larkins because it was so historically inaccurate due to the scriptwriters trying once again to appease the WOKE brigade. Joe F. ❑Re The Larkins. No doubt we can now expect a revamp of OFAH called The Trotters. LEO F. ❑pic in DS of John Barrowman supposedly jokingly looking up Darth Vader’s kilt. He obviously hasn’t learnt his lesson. And I for one don’t wish to see him back on our tv screens until he does. Bev M. ❑Gutted that it was confirmed lowlife evil sc*mbag that is john Venables hasn’t been murdered! No time served at all and new identity? What does poor James Bulger get?? Venables & Thompson were are and will always be EVIL! Justice doesn’t exist in this country! Mick Q Yorks ❑haulers moaning no drivers they used cheaper overseas drivers instead of British the same goes for all industries that are moaning about lack of workers. Surely the answer is to tell the fit unemployed if they don’t get a job benefits will be stopped. Employees to train people and if they not getting the same as on benefits the government make it up, cheaper benefit bill, lower dole queue, problem solved. Ajay ❑we pay our army to kill attacking strangers – when there’s nobody to kill all there’s nobody to kill to earn thier wages get them out driving lorries kiling and cutting up pigs and harvesting crops – that wud help them too as they are housed, fed and watered. Adonis ❑Dave M. I agree, we paying for those on benefits. When is the law going to change, and get most of these in work. Instead of the working class paying for them to sit on their a***s. No morols. Derbyd ❑Re dave m if you’re a pensioner and can’t afford a pint on 173 quid a week why do you think people on 73 pound can sit in pub all day or are you talking crap like most people who have never been on benefits but are experts on the subject. dd ❑isn’t hindsight a wonderful thing, JOKES OF THE DAY Why did the village idiot ride off a cliff? Because he wanted to test his air brakes!!! Queenie wire Prince Charles has got a car that runs on wine – the trouble is it’s over the drink drive limit. tony worksop we can all be experts after an event, so what happens to all the scientists and experts who have been condemned in the mp’s covid report, do we banish them, hang them, jail them, what? Realist all the problems ❑ in the world at the mo has been caused by the panademic which came from china experimenting with germ warfare and escaped from labs but no one will say. corky ❑Heinz want us to go back to traditional Ketchup bottles made from glass. 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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 21 DRINK-DRIVE CRASH Taste for mingling Millions of Brits bond with friends and family COST ME MY PENIS.. over a shared love of food. A study of 2,000 adults by Fareshare found almost 58% believe most of their relationships revolve around eating together. And 54% can’t imagine a meet up with friends that doesn’t involve eating or Doctors forced to amputate drinking. SEA SINGER SICK.. Singing postie Nathan ■■ by FIONA JACKSON Evans, from Airdre, famous ■ROAD HORROR: The on TikTok for belting out crushed car. Inset, Paul sea shanties, says he hates boats and gets seasick! A DRUNK driver has told how he had his penis and a testicle amputated after a horrific crash. Paul Berry, 29, was crushed under his car after being thrown out of the back window. He said: “They had to amputate my, well, manhood. It’s like they chopped a tree down and there’s a stump. “Ironic, because I didn’t feel like a ‘man’ until after the accident. “I want to tell the world about the emo- tional toll this took and will always take on me. It has forever changed my life.” Paul, of Sestus in Missouri, US, admits he had been drinking before going to visit his then-girlfriend. He broke his neck, both hips, pelvis, two ribs, jaw and nose and had a brain injury. His baby hopes were dashed. Paul added: “I’d always dreamt of having a baby girl – my whole life.” news@dailystar.co.uk WIN £10,000 Rings tale at the zoo Picture: WENN ★A PAIR of “lovebirds” exchanged a set of unique rings at their wedding. The bands were recycled from the mesh of ZSL London Zoo’s Snowdon Aviary and were given the thumbs up by ring-tailed lemur Spike. ★Daily Star man Matt Robbins, 39, who wed Alison Russell, 36, said: “We’ve always been supporters and couldn’t think of anywhere more fitting.” IN OUR MONTHLY COMPETITION TO BE IN WITH A CHANCE OF WINNING: Text STAR to 61011 Texts cost £2.00 + 1 standard network rate message or call 0903 681 8080 Calls cost £2.00 + network access charge. or post your name and phone number to Star Win, PO Box 8162 Derby, DE1 9GU ENDS 31ST OCTOBER T&Cs: To refuse marketing messages, end SMS with NO INFO. SP: Mi Telecom Ltd. Helpdesk 0330 880 6060.Min age 18+. All entries after lines close at midnight on the last day of the month will not count and may still be charged. Postal entries close at midnight on 5th of the following month. One winner will be selected at random from all correct entries after the closing date and will be contacted by phone within 5 days. Full T&Cs at www.dailystar.co.uk/rules. Surname and county of the winner will be published. If you object to your information being made available please see our privacy notice online at www. dailystar.co.uk/privacy-notice. This prize drawer is syndicated across other Reach titles. For a full list of our brands see www.reachplc.com/our-brands

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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 23 Lags in bin bags Prisoners are given bin bags to wear instead of coats during outdoor exercise at a “shabby” prison. The “stark” conditions at HMP Deerbolt in County Durham were highlighted at an inspection, which also found dirty toilets. The HM Chief Inspector of Prisons report included concerns over violence. GR-EIGHTIES MUSIC BRITS love 80s music more than any other decade, followed by the 90s and 70s, with the 60s only fourth, a study by Oreo found. Doggies in flight for life ★It’s yappy days for these strays as animal lovers save them from being put down. Cassandra Bergeron, and pilot Daniela Sorgente packed the 30 homeless hounds on to a flight from Alabama to rescue shelters in Florida. ★She said: “I was in pure bliss. I didn’t want to land. I couldn’t stop smiling.” JOIN US AND HELP THE NATION SHOP LOCAL! CALLING ALL INDEPENDENT RETAILERS! JOIN US AND HELP THE NATION SHOP LOCAL CRAWL ORDER THE ONLINE MARKETPLACE only for independent bricks and mortar retailers WE CATER FOR EVERYTHING from fashion to furniture, electronics to kitchen essentials VAST AND VARIED CUSTOMER BASE committed to supporting the local high street LOW COMMISSION and fast payments Drinker’s 51 pubs in 9hrs Matt Ellis visited 51 pubs in nine hours in a world record bid – but only supped four pints of booze. The wine merchant, 48, spent an average of four minutes in each bar during the longest pub crawl in history. He said: “This world record attempt was driven by my own appreciation of the different styles of pubs I enjoy visiting. “Every one of the 51 pubs on my tour had its own character. It’s been a really bad year. I wanted to raise their profile for ■■ by JERRY LAWTON people to get down to their local boozer.” Matt had to slurp at least one 125ml drink and be snapped with a member of staff to claim the Guinness World Record, which officials should confirm this week. He necked 6.3litres, mostly Diet Coke and juice, during his trek which ended in his hometown of St Neots, Cambs. Matt added: “I was responsible and didn’t drink much booze for my health.” jerry.lawton@dailystar.co.uk START YOUR LOCAL TO NATIONAL SALES JOURNEY WITH A 14-DAY FREE TRIAL SCAN OR VISIT: WWW.DOWNYOURHIGHSTREET.CO.UK/STAR2FREE WE INTEGRATE Product feed and manual uploading is also available For 2-week free promo. T&C’s apply. Account can be closed before trial ends. Standard account fees apply after trial period

24 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 benedict role was real drag BENEDICT Cumberbatch found it tough rolling a cig with one hand while riding a horse for his latest role. The actor, 45, who stars as US rancher Phil Burbank in Western movie, The Power Of The Dog, said: “All the alpha males on set were like: ‘I could do that’. “But it was really hard and it took a long time. “The riding I’ve done a bit ■■ by LAURA HARDING of before. The banjo, no, so I was a real pretender to the throne with that too.” Discussing the portrayal of toxic masculinity in the film, he added: “This behaviour doesn’t just manifest out of the ether. It’s about understanding that and listening to survivors.” The Power Of The Dog is out in cinemas next month. TOUGH: New film Willy caught in an opener A man was rescued after getting his penis stuck – while having sex with a bottle opener. Medics had to cut the metal device to free the 50-year-old after two nights trapped in Thailand. ‘Panther’ on garden fence A SCARED homeowner called cops to report a “black panther” sitting on her garden fence. The woman later reported the latest sighting in Conwy to Puma Watch North Wales. MODERN-DAY WITCH H DS1ST ■WORSHIP: Frankie. Left, goddess Diana. Far right, Hades 3k packs up for grabs Just pay postage * Starts inside this weekend’s * x10 x2 x10 * 3k packs allocated on a first come first served basis. Code collect required. Online redemption. Postage payment of £2.99 required. Terms apply, see weekend papers for details. EXCLUSIVE SHE might look like any other 23-yearold – but Frankie Castanea is a practising witch who casts spells and even hexes wrongdoers in the name of justice. She got into witchcraft from around the age of 16, and also worships the gods Diana and Hades who she says send animals to follow her as signs. Just don’t expect this very modern “witchtokker” – who boasts more than a million followers on TikTok – to be wearing a pointy hat. Frankie says: “I define being a witch as creating change in your own life and the community around you. The very basic way to create change is spells, but it goes a lot further beyond that. “It’s caring for other people in the community and wanting to make change in the best way. “There’s a very stereotypical idea of what a witch looks like – The Witches by Roald Dahl is a very good example of that. “They are still seen as something that is other or not really acceptable to society. “A lot of people operate off those stereotypes – not that it’s normal people using magic in a very practical way.” Candles Frankie uses spells for everything from healing to encouraging positivity and self-love, which involve combining herbs and other materials with candles and focusing on your desired outcome. “I usually start with my intent,” she says. “What I need done. So let’s say I need to protect myself or a friend or I need to get focused on something, I start there. Then I correlate that intention to the type of herbs I need. “I like doing candle spells so I will correlate my intention to a candle colour and from there I’ll create a sigil or chant, write the sigil on the candle or place herbs around the candle and let it burn.” Frankie admits she has performed hexes to punish those who do harm to her clients. “My baneful magic is saved for situations where there’s a power dynamic that needs to be fixed,” she says. “A lot of times, all they need is this person’s energy staying away from them or for a bad person to feel regret or guilt. “That’s a very basic binding spell and a banishing. When a lot of people think about hexes, they think really bad stuff is going to happen. “It’s very rare – I’ve only done it a couple of times where the person was like, ‘I really want this’. “A hex will seal them into something, stopping them from moving towards that individual. TRICKY: New book ■■ by NADINE LINGE The way to create change is spells The Tik with 1m

AS DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 25 cast SPELL ON HER FANS Tok hex symbol illion followers “I won’t disclose all the ingredients I use but it can be peppers, pins, things that are not very pleasant, to sow discord into the life of that person.” Frankie did try to curse someone as a teenager but it backfired. “Doing hexes for petty reasons to me is never a good idea from my own experience,” she adds. “It was this little curse on someone I felt treated me badly. I hung it outside my window – mistake number one – and one day I opened the window and it fell off and rolled directly into the gutter. “It stayed there for about four years. “There was a lot of bad energy which stuck to the house but things started to get better once we removed it.” Frankie, who lives in Colorado in the US, worships the Roman goddess Diana and the Greek god Hades, and will make offerings for protection. “They both have an altar by my window,” she adds. “I feel their presence. “Not often because they’re busy, but when I pray to them – there’s a level of presence. Animals “The other way they show up is with animals – Diana will send me stags, sometimes three crows. “I get followed around by a lot of animals – hawks are frequent.” Frankie believes anyone can become a witch and she’s written a manual – Spells For Change – showing how to follow in her footsteps. The book covers everything from constructing spells, cleansing and protecting yourself and your home, to banishing unwanted energy, binding those who do harm and the properties of various crystals and herbs. She says: “If you feel called to it, if you’re interested in it, that’s enough of a reason to study it. “I want people to read this book and have something that helps them create a foundation or shows them a new perspective.“ So how much power can a modern witch wield? Can they resurrect people from the dead – as in the Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman film Practical Magic – or influence world events? Frankie says: “I’m sure there’s a witch somewhere that says they have the ability to – whether they can or can’t is not my business. “I am someone who believes the rules of our world, science and physics, still apply to witchcraft so it would be very difficult to raise something from the dead. “In the past there’s been spells towards elections and influencing votes. “That’s very difficult and complicated and there’s a lot of ways it could go wrong. “Say you are influencing a politician – you have to influence everyone around that politician as well. That’s a lot.” ● Frankie’s book Spells For Change is out on October 14. CLASSIC: Dahl novel

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 27 ALL THE TOP TELLY NEWS with Peter Dyke and Ed Gleave peter.dyke@dailystar.co.uk edward.gleave@dailystar.co.uk Maxine playing 96-fight Anne WAIT: Vicky, Martin and Adrian Duty calls after C-19 AC-12 has spent nine years fighting bent coppers on Line Of Duty but there is one enemy stopping them from continuing their battle – Covid. It seems writer Jed Mercurio is only keen to make a new series – and a sequel to Bodyguard – when filming restrictions due to the virus are over. The last LOD series starring Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure was hit by problems because of the pandemic. BBC drama boss Piers Wenger explained: “Jed is thinking about them but he hasn’t committed to write either of them. “I think he would like to do them when Covid wasn’t a thing.” ★POP star Sophie Ellis- Bextor is making a guest appearance in Neighbours. She has filmed scenes in London with Jemma Donovan, who plays Harlow Robinson in the Aussie soap. Vain? Du Beke he is STRICTLY judge Anton Du Beke has secret “mirror breaks” to ensure he looks his best on the BBC dance show. The pro dancer – who is now on the judging panel – goes to great lengths to dazzle fans at times when viewers are watching clips of the celebs training. Head judge Shirley Ballas revealed: “There is a little man called Billy and he comes around and he has a big mirror for Anton. “Every single hair is in place, that shirt, that tie, that suit, he is impeccable and he smells divine.” Longer Enders to halt dire slip EASTENDERS will return to 30- minute episodes by the new year in a bid to stop a ratings slide. The BBC soap starring Danny Dyer, right, has been running 20-minute shows for a year. Due to Covid restrictions on set, producers claimed it made life easier to shoot shorter eps and helped them maintain their quota of four shows a week. However, some fans were not pleased with this and it didn’t help that in the summer the show got moved around the schedules due to the BBC’s coverage of Euro 2020 and the Olympics. As a result overnight audience figures have slipped and earlier this year they fell to a record low of 1.9million. BBC drama boss Piers Wenger vowed: “It is absolutely our intention for EastEnders to return to its original running time and that is something we are working on and are addressing. “It is not going to happen overnight. I think it will be at the very latest 2022.” On the topic of 2021 viewing figures, he added: “It being scheduled off-junction and it not being the full halfhour has impacted its audience. “It has been particularly badly hit on linear but it is still a huge show for iPlayer so the picture isn’t quite as harsh as it looks when you just look at the overnights.” RETIRED midwife Maggie Richardson, 70, became the fourth contestant booted off Bake Off last night – but still enjoyed the DINNERLADIES and Shameless star Maxine Peake is starring in a new ITV drama about the Hillsborough disaster. Anne focuses on real-life mum Anne Williams, who dedicated her life to campaigning for justice following her teen son Kevin’s tragic death at the FA Cup semi-final in April 1989. She refused to accept the coroner’s original verdict of accidental death and embarked on a 20-year mission alongside other parents and relatives to prove their 96 loved ones had been unlawfully killed. Viewing figures AT RECORD LOW Former EastEnders ★ faves Jessica Plummer (pictured here with David Oyelowo) and Ben Hardy light up screens this winter. The pair star in The ★ Girl Before – one of several BBC dramas unveiled at a London showcase. Others star Martin Freeman and Ben Whishaw. Maggie’s special delivery experience. She said: “Nothing can beat delivering a baby and bringing a new life into the world, but it comes a close second.”

28 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 DS1ST All programmes are Turn listed in British Summer back a Time page (BST). for Apart today’s from HOT in Portugal, TV programmes news are one hour later than listed film ratings ★★★★★ Brilliant ★★★★ Very Good ★★★ Good ★★ Average ★ Bad (R) Repeat BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel 4 Channel 5 6.00am Breakfast News headlines. 9.15 Rip Off Britain Advice on payment holidays. 10.00 Defenders UK (R) 10.45 Claimed and Shamed A woman claims she found metal shards in her takeaway. 11.15 Homes Under the Hammer Properties in Kent, Lancashire and the West Midlands. (R) 12.15pm Bargain Hunt Anita Manning presents from Malvern in Worcestershire. (R) 1.00 BBC News at One; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors Zara and Karen lose a car but find a connection. 2.15 Impossible Quiz show. (R) 3.00 Escape to the Country A property in Shropshire. (R) 3.45 Money for Nothing Rolls of fabric and a chair get the makeover treatment. 4.30 Antiques Road Trip Louise Gostelow and David Harper head to Lancashire. (R) 5.15 Pointless Quiz show. 6.00 BBC News at Six; Weather 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.30am Money for Nothing (R) 7.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 8.00 Sign Zone: The Hairy Bikers Go North (R) 9.00 BBC News at 9 Headlines. 10.00 BBC News Headlines. 12.15pm Politics Live The latest stories from Westminster. 1.00 Head Hunters Quiz show. (R) 1.45 Eggheads Quiz show. (R) 2.15 Best Bakes Ever Actress and cake expert Jane Asher presents a selection of recipes from television chefs. (R) 2.45 Heir Hunters The team tries to find relatives of a salesman who lived in Scotland. (R) 3.30 Curiosity Quiz show. (R) 4.15 Back to the Land with Kate Humble Championing the UK’s most inspirational rural entrepreneurs. (R) 5.15 Flog It! From Ickworth House near Bury St Edmunds. (R) 6.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games With Matt Edmondson, Andy Hamilton and Kirsty Wark. 6.30 Strictly: It Takes Two How the contestants are shaping up for Saturday. 6.00am Good Morning Britain Morning magazine featuring a lively mix of news, current affairs and lifestyle features. 9.00 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news reports. 10.00 This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. Including Local Weather. 12.30pm Loose Women Celebrity interviews and topical debate with the panel. 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 Bling Gok Wan learns the story of a lucky necklace that made its way to the UK with a Czech family fleeing invasion, while a mum wants to design a ring for her daughter’s 18th birthday. 3.00 Winning Combination Quiz, hosted by Omid Djalili. 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard hosts the arcade-themed quiz. 5.00 The Chase Quiz show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV Evening News; Weather 6.05am Countdown With Kay Burley in Dictionary Corner. (R) 6.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 7.35 The King of Queens (R) 9.00 Frasier Triple bill. (R) 10.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA A bistro in the Chicago suburbs. (R) 11.25 Channel 4 News Summary 11.30 Find It, Fix It, Flog It (R) 12.30pm Steph’s Packed Lunch 2.10 Countdown Actor Keith Allen is in Dictionary Corner. 3.00 A Place in the Sun Jonnie Irwin goes house hunting in and around the Spanish town of Chiclana de la Frontera. (R) 4.00 Chateau DIY Stephanie and Gerry embark on a flamboyant makeover of the entrance hall. 5.00 Four in a Bed The third visit of the week is to Bradbury’s. 5.30 The Perfect Pitch The tourers arrive at Higher Moor Farm in Weymouth. 6.00 The Simpsons An avalanche traps Homer and Mr Burns. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks Maxine confides in Trish about still having feelings for Warren. (R) 6.00am Milkshake! Children’s TV. 9.15 Jeremy Vine Discussion. 11.20 Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords Cases include a woman with rental arrears of almost £3,000. (R) 12.10pm 5 News at Lunchtime 12.15 Police Interceptors (R) 1.15 Home and Away See 6.00pm for details. 1.45 Neighbours See 5.30pm for details. 2.15 FILM More Bitter Than Death: An Emma Fielding Mystery (2019, PG) Emma is thrust into a new mystery when a prominent archaeologist is poisoned on the eve of announcing her successor. Mystery, starring Courtney Thorne-Smith. ★★★ 4.00 Bargain-Loving Brits in the Sun Documentary. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5 Headlines. 5.30 Neighbours An annoyed Roxy winds up with a twisted ankle after being pushed. (R) 6.00 Home and Away Nikau tries to mend bridges. (R) 6.30 Eggheads Quiz show. Love all things alien? Spaced Out brings you the kind of mad stories that are quite literally out of this world. 7 8 9 10 11 Visit www.dailystar.co.uk/spacedout or scan the QR code for a great big dose of intergalactic fun. 12 midnight 7.00 The One Show Live chat and reports with Ronan Keating. 7.30 Afghanistan: Life Under the Taliban – Panorama Najibullah Quraishi reports on how life has changed for the Afghan people and speaks to leading Taliban figures. 8.00 The Repair Shop Art conservator Lucia Scalisi restores a painting of the Pembrokeshire seashore, and Steve Fletcher is called in to help bear ladies Amanda Middleditch and Julie Tatchell mend a dislocated doll. 9.00 Death in Paradise A company boss is killed during a team-building exercise, and as Humphrey investigates which of her staff was responsible, his problems are doubled by a phone call from home. Kris Marshall stars. (R) 10.00 BBC News at Ten 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet Prince William presents the finalists for the Earthshot Prize to Build a Waste-Free World, before reflecting on the series and the scale of the challenges ahead. Last in series. 11.35 MOTD Top 10: Romantic Returns Gary Lineker presents a countdown of the top 10 times a Premier League player has made an emotional return to their former club. 12.05am Ambulance. Dec and Nicole are dispatched to an eight-week-old baby who has stopped breathing. Dec also cares for the parents who have been left looking on fearful for the outcome. Narrated by Christopher Eccleston. (R) 1.05 Weather for the Week Ahead 1.10-6.00am BBC News 7.00 Back in Time for School The teachers and pupils experience education during the inter-war years, learning new languages, enjoying outdoor classes and being forced to take a compulsory afternoon nap. (R) 8.00 Your Home Made Perfect Architects Robert Jamison and Laura Jane Clark compete using virtual reality to remodel a home in Hertfordshire, hoping to live up to the hopes of the family who live there. Presented by Angela Scanlon. 9.00 Hunting the Essex Lorry Killers Documentary revealing how Essex Police caught the people responsible for the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants found in the trailer of an articulated lorry in October 2019. 10.00 Mock the Week Dara O Briain hosts as Hugh Dennis looks back on the latest events in news and politics, with the help of Tom Allen, Angela Barnes, Ed Byrne, Milton Jones and Thanyia Moore. (R) 10.30 Newsnight Headlines. 11.15 FILM The Conjuring (2013, 15) Premiere. Two paranormal investigators visit a secluded farmhouse to help a family being terrorised by demonic forces. Fact-based horror, with Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. ★★★ 1.00am Sign Zone: A House Through Time. David Olusoga looks back to 1913, when Number 5 was home to Frederick and Louisa Pryce Lewis, and uses a family photo album to follows the trail of the Lewis’s son Walter. (R) 2.00 Sign Zone: Antiques Roadshow (R) 3.00-6.30am This Is BBC Two 7.00 Emmerdale Kim senses Will is hiding something, and Paddy agrees to do the survival event. 7.30 Coronation Street Sabeen’s demands pile pressure onto Imran, Carla offers Johnny a new role, and Nina becomes suspicious of Abi’s attitude. 8.00 Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport Terminal 3 re-opens its doors to the public 15 months into the pandemic. 8.30 Coronation Street Imran’s confession turns Toyah’s world upside down, and Leo makes his attraction clear to Jenny. 9.00 Hollington Drive The pressure is getting to Theresa as the police make their first arrest and, with the vigil for Alex approaching, Helen puts things on hold with Gareth. Drama, starring Anna Maxwell Martin and Rachael Stirling. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.45 Peston Political magazine show presented by Robert Peston, featuring major interviews with MPs, topical guests and cultural figures. Including updates from social media taking in perspectives from viewers, experts and key players throughout the programme. 11.40 Savile: Portrait of a Predator Documentary looking inside the criminal world of Jimmy Savile, one of Britain’s most prolific sex offenders, through the eyes of those who worked alongside him. (R) 12.35am Junk and Disorderly. With Henry Cole. (R) 1.25 Home Shopping 3.00 FYI Extra 3.15 Cooking with the Stars (R) 4.05 Unwind With ITV 5.05-6.00am Tipping Point (R) 7.00 Channel 4 News The latest headlines and analysis of political developments. 7.55 Liam’s Story: Stand Up to Cancer After finding a lump in his knee, teenager Liam was diagnosed with bone cancer. Liam and his mum tell his story. 8.00 Location, Location, Location Kirstie and Phil go house hunting in Surrey and the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames for a married couple returning from Central America and another pair about to tie the knot. 9.00 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud follows the progress of Geoff, who is selling his villa in Spain and moving into a caravan while he project manages the construction of a dramatically cantilevered steel-framed house. 10.00 My First Threesome This documentary follows a group of first-timers as they go after their ultimate erotic experience, while also meeting those who have already been there to answer key question, such as how do you find people and what is it like to see your partner with someone else? 11.05 First Dates Healthcare assistant Anthony wants to put his wild past behind him and bank manager-turnedperformer Howard wonders if his date will recognise him. (R) 12.05am The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (R) 1.05 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA (R) 1.50 Undercover Boss USA (R) 2.40 FILM The Keeping Room (2014, 15) Western. ★★★★ 4.15 Couples Come Dine with Me (R) 5.10-6.00am Location, Location, Location (R) 7.00 The Gadget Show Georgie Barrat tackles another techie Top 5 and Craig Charles uncovers a new piece of tech that claims to aid weight loss and help people work out more efficiently by simply using the power of your breath. 8.00 This Week on the Farm Some of their best-looking animals from the Cannon Hall Farm team aim to impress the competition judges, and Rob and Dave go to collect their beloved shire horse Orchid from the stud farm. 9.00 Iceland with Alexander Armstrong Alexander Armstrong leaves Reykjavik and heads for northern Iceland and the port of Husavik, beloved of whale watchers, Will Ferrell and Eurovision fans the world over. 10.00 Inside Holloway: Rebels & Murderers First of a two-part documentary exploring the history of the prison and the crimes of its most notorious inmates, beginning with the period from its foundation in 1852 through to 1948. (R) 11.30 Call the Bailiffs: Time to Pay Up Documentary series following the work of enforcement agents as they execute High Court writs on behalf of people desperate to recover money they are owed. (R) 12.30am Criminals: Caught on Camera (R) 1.00 The 21.co.uk Live Casino Show 3.00 Entertainment News on 5 3.10 Britain’s Biggest Mountain (R) 4.00 Our Valley Family (R) 4.45 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.10 Divine Designs (R) 5.35 Fireman Sam (R) 5.45-6.00am Paw Patrol (R)

DS1ST Freeview 6 ITV2 6.00am FYI Extra 6.15 Secret Crush 7.20 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8.00 Emmerdale 8.30 You’ve Been Framed! Hall of Framed 9.30 Ellen’s Game of Games 10.30 Dress to Impress 11.30 Secret Crush 12.30pm Emmerdale 1.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold Top 100 Sportstars 2.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3.00 Dress to Impress 4.00 Secret Crush 5.00 You’ve Been Framed! Unstoppable! Harry Hill narrates. 6.00 Celebrity Catchphrase Gameshow. 7.00 Superstore Double bill. Amy and Jonah rally their colleagues to confront the CEO at a company meeting; Amy and Jonah return from a suspension. 8.00 Bob’s Burgers Double bill of fun. 9.00 Family Guy Five episodes of fun. 11.25 American Dad! Double bill of fun. 12.20am Bob’s Burgers. Double bill. 1.20 Superstore 2.10 Hey Tracey! 3.05 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 3.30-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 19 Dave 6.00am Teleshopping 7.10 Yianni: Supercar Customiser 8.00 Timber Kings 9.00 Storage Hunters UK 10.00 American Pickers 12.00noon Top Gear 1.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 2.00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? USA 3.00 Top Gear 4.00 Red Bull Soapbox Race 5.00 Rick Stein’s Spain. From Galicia. 6.00 QI XL Featuring Jason Manford. 7.00 Richard Osman’s House of Games 7.40 Would I Lie to You? With Adrian Edmondson and Jordan Stephens. 8.20 QI Double bill of the quiz show. 10.00 Outsiders David Mitchell oversees the pairs of comedians as they attempt to show they can camouflage themselves, invent a camp anthem and design a flag. 11.00 Question Team Richard Ayoade invites three comedians to join his team. 12.00m’t Mock the Week 12.40 Have I Got a Bit More News for You 1.40 Would I Lie to You? 2.15 QI 2.45 Sin City Motors 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping E4 6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 8.00 Melissa & Joey 9.00 How I Met Your Mother 10.00 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00noon Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.30 Mike & Molly 3.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 4.30 Married at First Sight Australia 6.00 The Big Bang Theory Double bill. 7.00 Hollyoaks Donna-Marie and Marnie’s gossiping upsets one village resident. 7.30 Married at First Sight Australia Coco reaches out to get some advice. 9.00 FILM The Inbetweeners Movie (2011, 15) Comedy based on the TV series, with Simon Bird. ★★★★ 11.00 Naked Attraction Contestants from Scotland and Manchester look for love. 12.05am Married at First Sight Australia. Reality series. 1.35 Gogglebox 2.35 First Dates 3.30 The Big Bang Theory 4.45 The Goldbergs 5.10-6.00am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA WALES As BBC1 except: 1.30-1.45pm BBC Wales Today; Weather 6.30-7.00 BBC Wales Today; Weather 9.00-10.00 Foot and Mouth: The Killing Fields in Wales. The story of the foot-and-mouth crisis of 20 years ago, a dramatic moment in history when the farming industry in Wales was at risk of being wiped out. 10.25 BBC Wales Today; Weather 10.30 BBC Wales Live 11.05 The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet 12.05am MOTD Top 10: Romantic Returns 12.35 Ambulance 1.35-6.00am News MERIDIAN As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.00-6.30 ITV News Meridian 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Meridian CENTRAL As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Central 6.00-6.30 ITV News Central 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Central ITV WALES As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Cymru Wales 6.00-6.30 ITV News Wales at Six 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Cymru Wales WEST As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News West Country. The latest reports. 6.00-6.30 ITV News West Country 10.30-10.45pm ITV News West Country Andy Lea’s telly movies Variations & S4C The Take ★★★ (2016) Film4, 9pm Former Bond contenders Richard Madden and Idris Elba team up for a frantically paced, Paris-set spy thriller from director James Watkins. When Madden’s American pickpocket is wrongly suspected of involvement in a terror attack, Idris’ maverick CIA agent realises he’s the man to help him get to the bottom of a conspiracy. Blindspotting ★★★★ (2018) Film4, 10.45pm Premiere. Rapping removals man Collin (Daveed Diggs) has three days left on parole and is desperate to keep his nose clean. Then he witnesses a white cop gunning down an unarmed black man and learns his angry best mate (Rafael Casal) he has just bought a gun. Sharp lines and great performances are the main attractions in this gritty buddy comedy. Drama More4 Freeview 20 6.00am Teleshopping 7.35 A Place to Call Home 8.25 The Bill 9.30 Classic Holby City 10.55 Classic Casualty 12.00noon The Bill 1.00 Classic EastEnders 2.20 Peak Practice 3.20 Bergerac 4.20 Pie in the Sky 5.20 Birds of a Feather 6.00 Bread Carla Lane’s comedy series. 6.40 ’Allo ’Allo! Classic comedy series. 7.20 Last of the Summer Wine Hobbo tries to help Toby win back his ex-wife. 8.00 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Feature-length episode. Lynley returns to his ancestral home to celebrate his engagement, but his anger over his mother’s indiscretion spoils the occasion. 10.00 New Tricks The team tracks vicious criminal Chopper Hadley, who is back in the country for a week, with Brian going undercover to apprehend the villain. 11.20 Bad Girls Snowball’s escape plan takes a dangerous turn. Claire King stars. 12.30am Waking the Dead 2.35 Life on Mars 4.00-6.00am Teleshopping Freeview 13 Freeview 18 8.55am Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures 9.15 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away 11.05 Escape to the Chateau: DIY 12.10pm Heir Hunters 1.10 Four in a Bed 3.50 Find It, Fix It, Flog It 5.55 Devon and Cornwall 6.55 Escape to the Chateau: DIY A couple struggle with the upkeep of their home. 7.55 Grand Designs A couple who set out to build a lighthouse tower in Devon. 9.00 Prue’s Great Garden Plot Prue Leith sets out to transform a barren building site into a flower-filled courtyard. 10.00 Johnny Vegas: Carry on Glamping Johnny has to find a new location for his glamping site, and to make matters worse, master craftsman Pauleo tells him his 1950s Maltese bus is not worth saving. 11.05 24 Hours in A&E A 71-year-old is rushed in after falling onto a tiled floor. 12.10am 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.15 Prue’s Great Garden Plot 2.20 Johnny Vegas: Carry on Glamping 3.25-3.50am Food Unwrapped ANGLIA As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News Anglia 6.00-6.30 ITV News Anglia 10.30-10.45pm ITV News Anglia WESTCOUNTRY As ITV except: 1.55-2.00pm ITV News West Country. The latest reports. 6.00-6.30 ITV News West Country 10.30-10.45pm ITV News West Country S4C 6.00am Cyw 11.00 Dysgu Gyda Cyw 12.00noon Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 12.05pm Dau Gi Bach 12.30 Agor y Clo 12.45 Ceffylau Cymru 1.15 Sgwrs Dan y Lloer 2.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 3.05 Cynefin 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh 6.00 Ar Werth. Properties in Penmaenmawr, Cardiff and Aberystywth. 6.30 Bois y Rhondda. The boys go camping. 6.57 Newyddion S4C 7.00 Heno. Magazine. 7.30 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 8.00 Pobol y Cwm. Kelly disappears, and Anita and Jason fear she has gone to see Mickey. 8.25 Y Byd ar Bedwar. Current affairs. 8.55 Newyddion S4C a’r Tywydd 9.00 Dan Do. An art deco house in Colwyn Bay and a home full of relics in Ystradgynlais. 9.30 Am Dro! 10.30 Y Llinell Las 11.00-11.35pm Ein Hail Lais There’s a whole new taste sensation — for the host, at least — in episode two of ICELAND WITH ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG (9pm, Channel 5). “You know how every country has a food item where everyone says, ‘Ooh, you’ve got to try that…’?” says Xander. “Iceland’s answer to that is fermented shark.” So, yes, off he goes, down to the docks at Husavik, eager for a taste of this traditional delicacy. SHOP FLOATING MOP The complete hard floor cleaning solution SPINS AT 100 RPM CHOICE INCLUDES 6 REUSABLE PADS • Two rotating heads spin away mess and germs – as you move Floating Mop the two spinning heads do the hard work for you. 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30 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Sport Sky Sports Main Event 6.00am Sky Sports News 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 7.30 Early Kick-Off 8.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 10.00 Sky Sports News 3.00pm LIVE Indian Premier League Delhi Capitals v Kolkata Knight Riders. Coverage from the second qualifier match of the 2021 Indian Premier League, as the losers of qualifier one face the winners of the eliminator at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Delhi Capitals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs in this match last year, but went on to lose to Mumbai Indians by five wickets in the final. 7.00 Sky Sports News. Round-up of the sports news with live analysis and comment plus extended interviews with the headline makers. 11.00 NFL Fantasy 12.00m’t Sky Sports News 2.00 LIVE WNBA Phoenix Mercury v Chicago Sky (tip-off 2.00am). Game two of the NBA Finals. 4.00-6.00am Sky Sports News Sky Sports Cricket 6.00am India’s History At Lord’s 6.15 Spinwash 1993 7.30 IPL 9.30 India’s History At Lord’s 9.45 Spinwash 1993 11.00 IPL 2.50pm LIVE Indian Premier League Delhi Capitals v Kolkata Knight Riders. Coverage from the second qualifier match from Sharjah Cricket Stadium. 9.30 IPL 10.30 Talking Cricket 11.00 IPL 4.10am Best of ICC WT20 5.10 Best of the IPL 2016 5.35-6.00am Best of the IPL 2017 Sky Sports Football 6.00am EFL Greatest Games 6.45 SPFL Greatest Games 7.00 Football’s Greatest Players 7.30 Football Countdowns 8.00 Football Years 8.30 EFL Greatest Games 9.00 SPFL Greatest Games 9.30 Football’s Greatest Players 10.00 Football Countdowns 10.30 Football Years 11.00 EFL Play Off Finals C’Ship 06/07 1.00pm Football’s Greatest Players 1.30 Football Countdowns 2.00 Football Years 2.30 EFL Play Off Finals C’Ship 13/14 3.30 EFL Greatest Games 4.15 SPFL Greatest Games 4.30 Football’s Greatest Players 5.00 World Cup Qualifiers Review Show 6.00 World Cup Qualifier Highlights 7.00 World Cup Qualifiers Review Show 8.00 World Cup Qualifier Highlights 8.30 World Cup Qualifier Highlights 9.00 World Cup Qualifier Highlights 9.30 World Cup Qualifier Highlights 10.00 UEFA Nations League 10.30 UEFA Nations League 11.00 World Cup Qualifiers Review Show 12.00m’t EFL Cup Retro 10 2.00 Best League 1 & 2 Goals 2019/20 2.30 Best Championship Goals 2019/20 3.00 EFL Play Off Finals Championship 09/10 4.30 Best Championship Goals 2017/18 5.00-6.00am EFL Championship Season Review 16/17 BT Sport 1 6.00am Motorsport: DTM 7.00 WWE Monday Night Raw 9.30 The WRC Magazine 10.00 ESPN FC 10.30 World Rallycross Championship Highlights 11.30 Motorsport: DTM 12.30pm Vanarama National League 2.00 Silk Way Rally 2.30 BT Sport Fight Night 4.30 ESPN FC 5.00 LIVE Hockey Netherlands v Belgium (push-back 5.00pm). 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32 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 JUST JANE DS1ST JANE O’GORMAN SOLVES YOUR PROBLEMS TODAY ... AND EVERY DAY He still acts like student My partner has never truly left university. When we met, we were both studying for a masters, and he was head of the student union. Once he completed his degree, he did a PHD and continued to attend uni events. He even dragged me along to help. I didn’t mind because I knew how passionate he was about his subject and how keen he was to help struggling undergraduates. But now he’s finished all of his studies, yet he still returns to the campus every day. He’s got a job in a student bar, which is a waste when he’s so academic and qualified. He refuses to move away from this town and I’m worried that he’s terrified of change. JANE SAYS: It sounds like your partner is too comfortable in the protected world of his old university. He’s spent so much time in education that, it’s possible, he can’t figure out what to do next. Point out that he can’t be a student for ever. Tell him you’ll support him (emotionally) up to a point but refuse to be held back. Would he benefit from speaking to a health professional regarding his mental well-being? JANE'S FAB ADVICE LINES *Calls 09057893400 Super sex 09057893401 Brilliant orgasms 09057893402 Is that kinky? 09057893403 Erection problems? I’ve got no pals to celebrate wedding BROKEN TIE WITH PARENTS How do I tell my brideto-be that I don’t speak to my family and I don’t have any friends? Our wedding is planned for next September and we’re drawing up our guest list. The limit is 70 people and she’s insisting we’re scrupulously fair. She’s already identified 32 relatives that she’d like to invite. There are six neighbours that we both know, so that leaves 32 people for me to find. I’m struggling to conjure up three – and one of those is the postman. Loser The fact is that I’ve told her that my family live abroad. They actually live about 20 miles away. I haven’t spoken to my parents in 10 years after we fell out over money. My sister and her husband think I’m a loser, while my brother and I have never got on. As for friends, I’ve never been one for keeping in touch. I had mates at school and was pals with certain people from my old jobs, but since working from home I haven’t bothered to pick up the phone. I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve given my fiancé the impression that I’ve hordes of mates who are champing at the bit to meet her. She’s heard my school and work stories about going on cra- CONTACTLESS: He’s drawn a blank on wedding guests after cutting links with close ones zy holidays, drinking too much and getting into high jinks and she assumes I’m Mr Popular. I haven’t exactly lied about my past but have embellished and exaggerated it. Now the proverbial is about to hit the fan. How can I get in contact with guys I knew five, 10 and 15 years ago and suddenly invite them to my stag night and wedding? Even if I could track them down, they’d laugh in my face. I don’t even have a best man. Do you have a personal or emotional issue? Need to spice up your relationship or sex life? Call these phonelines for Jane O’Gorman’s expert advice on the matters that affect you! 09057893404 Turn your man on 09057893405 Turn your woman on JANE SAYS: Not everyone is good at keeping in contact. Maintaining friendships requires hard work and dedication. I suspect, like a number of people, you’ve allowed old connections to lapse since March 2020. That’s understandable, considering everything we’ve been through. What really worries me is your estrangement from your family. Surely this is the time to reach out and reconnect with your parents? You’re still their son and I can’t imagine that they’re happy about not seeing you. Who knows? Maybe your brother and sister have mellowed and become more accepting too? Pluck up the courage and cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge and last approx. 4 minutes SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 09057893406 Stressed out? 09057893407 Stay together 09057893408 Hate your body? 09057893409 Jealousy hell WRITE to Just Jane, Daily Star, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP or email jane.o’gorman@dailystar.co.uk Please note that Jane cannot respond to individual letters and not all problems will be published. Picture posed by model make that call to your folks. Explain you are happy and settled and would like to be welcomed back into the fold. Apologise if you need to and offer to make things right. Reconciliation will not be quick or easy, but you’ve got to give it a shot. As for your wife-to-be, you can’t begin married life on a lie. Tell her the truth so that you can deal with your guest list maturely. Remember, she loves you for who you are. Don’t let her (or yourself) down by pretending to be someone you’re not. His best mate is a hater My boyfriend’s best mate hates me. He never misses an opportunity to make sarcastic comments and generally put me down. They had a “thing” back in 2010 and slept together just once. Apparently, it was a disaster – but they’ve remained friends ever since. The man has a boyfriend, but he still seems to be insanely jealous of me. My boyfriend thinks he’s amazing and includes him in most of the things we do. I can’t cope with being despised. JANE SAYS: Clearly this man struggles to let go of the past and accept you. The reality is he has no business butting in. I suggest you nip this in the bud before he hurts you further. Invite him out for a coffee or get him on his own and ask him if he has a problem. Calmly explain that you are an adult and do not allow yourself to be bullied or brought down by anyone. Insist he starts being realistic and honest. Do not allow him to spilt you up or he’ll have triumphed. What does your boyfriend say? Why isn’t he listening? Isn’t he interested in your happiness? Snaps tease of ‘cheating’ girl I’ve been told that my girlfriend flashed her knickers and performed a sex act on a guy and a girl during an office training weekend away. She denies everything and is angry at me for believing such lies. But one of her colleagues has offered to show me some pictures on his phone for “a price”. I feel like I’m staring into the abyss. JANE SAYS: Don’t look at any pictures and don’t pay out cash. You need to make it clear to your girlfriend that you need the truth. What really went on? Is there anything else you need to know? Ultimately, you will have to decide if she’s telling the truth, and if she’s right for you.

DS1ST PHOTO CASEBOOK I’ve Been Caught Out DAY 3 1 A few days later, Millie is out running Hi Seb, I’m out for a quick run, can you get out? I’m by our tree… DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 33 RUSSELL GRANT DON'T MISS RUSSELL EVERY DAY IN THE ARIES March 21 to April 20 It’s becoming a habit for your best friend or partner to take control of your relationship. It is time to bring the fierier side of your nature into play. No matter what your relationship, people need to know they can’t mess with you. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3801** May 22 to GEMINI June 21 You want to keep your thoughts away from the past. Dwelling too long on memories will hold you back. Reading is a great way to keep your mind occupied. Intellectually stimulating pastimes always help to inspire you. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3803** July 24 to LEO August 23 Someone in the family wants more freedom. Respect their need for independence and your home life will be harmonious. You could get useful feedback on a subject that excites you by discussing it with people who have experience in this area. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3805** TAURUS April 21 to May 21 An empty feeling inside has something to do with a recent disappointment. You’re restless because you want more out of life. This strange need for something different could prompt you to probe mystical and spiritual realms. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3802** June 22 to CANCER July 23 It would be great to see what the future is going to bring before making decisions. You have to make a choice and although you can’t get a feel for what might lie ahead, you need to trust that once you’ve made your mind up, you’re doing the right thing. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3804** August 24 to VIRGO September 23 Changes in the workplace put a helpful accent on career affairs. If you’ve been suggesting improving working conditions, it’s time to act on these ideas. Someone from your past will tell you something you will be pleased to hear. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3806** 2 I hope Seb gets a move on or we won’t have enough time 3 Seb arrives and they start kissing and groping It’s so exciting meeting Seb like this and being so naughty WED 4 They’re at it against the tree As long as Luke never finds out I can keep doing this for ever… perfect! CONTINUES TOMORROW LIBRA September 24 to October 23 You will find it amusing to watch others going about their business. You might find it secretly comical that someone puts two plus two together and makes five but don’t tease them about it. Instead, quietly point out their mistake. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3807** November 23 to SAGITTARIUS December 21 In your mind you are making a job you have to do be a lot worse than it is. That’s why you are finding excuses to delay having to get on with work. Take a deep breath and get on with it. You will find it isn’t half as troublesome as you expected. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3809** January 21 to AQUARIUS February 19 Stop overanalysing everything. A fear of failure is making you more cautious than usual. You’re wasting a lot of time reconsidering every decision you make. It is wise to be sensible but too much attention to detail is holding you back. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3811** SCORPIO October 24 to November 22 If after weighing the pros and cons you can’t keep another’s secrets to yourself, don’t feel guilty. You will have a valid reason for discussing this with another. You’re uncomfortable someone has come to you with information you feel should be in the open. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3808** December 22 to CAPRICORN January 20 You’re wondering why you should even bother continuing in your efforts to reach a goal that seems impossible. You had expected to achieve it by now but it suddenly seems out of reach. Don’t give up hope. Do your best to stay positive. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3810** February 20 PISCES to March 20 You’re holding back from making an important decision but this is only delaying the inevitable. The consequences may not be as bad as you think. Do something for yourself and this will help release tension and improve your health. Call one of my dedicated astrologers on 0905 789 3812** **Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge – maximum of five minutes duration. You must be over 18 and have the bill payer’s permission. Service Provider: Spoke. Helpline: 0333 202 3390

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DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 35 SALES of no and low-alcohol drinks have ★boomed as millions of Brits slash their intake for the sake of their health. And many are taking part in Macmillan’s Sober October campaign – ditching tipples for a month – with studies showing that quitting for this length of time can help reduce overall consumption. But could you give up the booze completely? Here Eurosport TV presenter and ★mum-of-two Orla Chennaoui, 41, tells JAMES MOORE how she did it, plus we reveal some top tips for cutting down… Why did you want to give up alcohol? “I used to love a glass or two of white wine mostly, over dinner with family or friends or on a night out. “But I was increasingly feeling like it was robbing me of my energy and motivation the next day. “Because it’s so expected and accepted to have alcohol in social company, it’s a very difficult cycle to break.” What was the final trigger? “Having my daughter prompted me to stop. “I never suffered hangovers until I went through pregnancy. “I found my body had chemically changed, so that wasn’t as much fun anymore. “I’m very much an all or nothing person. “I still wanted to work as hard as I had done before becoming a mum, so I realised that stopping drinking was my best chance of having the energy I needed to do everything. “With my personality type I found it easier to take alcohol out of the equation entirely.” What benefits have you seen? “In the short term it helped me sleep much better, which really helped with my general mood and anxiety. “I’ve had anxiety for as long as I can remember but I didn’t realise how much alcohol was affecting it until I stopped. “My skin cleared up almost immediately. My eyes became brighter. “I lost weight around my middle that I hadn’t been trying to shift – and I became leaner. I look back at photos of my drinking days now and I look totally different. My face was really puffy and bloated and that’s gone now.” Has it helped you exercise more? “I exercise so much more now for a number of reasons. One is that I have more energy, but also I have more time. “I can set my alarm for before the kids wake in the morning to do some cold- water swimming with friends, because I’m not dying in bed from the night before.” What practical tips do you have for others? “Work out your reason for wanting to stop or cut back, write it down and keep coming back to it. “It takes a lot of effort to break a habit that is so deeply ingrained in society, so don’t expect this to happen by accident. It will take effort, but it is worth it 100 times over.” What substitutes do you drink instead? “Eisberg wine is my main go-to when it comes to alcohol-free options. It’s hard to beat their sparkling white or rose for a special occasion. Sometimes I like tonic water, especially a flavoured one. If I’m on a wild night out I might indulge in a Red Bull.” tv star is a picture of health Booze: It was Orla nothing! FIVE TIPS TO CUT DOWN 1. Numbers game: Choose lowerstrength alcohol and alternate booze with water and soft drinks. 2. Take a break: Try and have two to three days off alcohol during the week. Have a pact with a partner. 3. Change it up: Rather than heading to the boozer, do something different like going to the cinema. 4. Trick treats: Studies say we drink less from straight tall glasses than curved, short and wide ones. 5. Size matters: Choose bottles rather than pints... or smaller glasses of wine. ■ SPARKLING: Orla shows off some of her favourite Eisberg tipples, top left How has it affected your ability to socialise? “We all use alcohol to make socialising easier, less daunting or more fun, so it can be terrifying to think of going into certain situations without it. “The trick for me was realising I wasn’t the only one. “Almost every person feels exactly the same and is relying on alcohol in the same way. “When that penny drops, you realise you’re not strange for finding it hard to go out and meet new people – or even old friends – without a drink. “The other big discovery is that you no longer have to put up with rubbish nights out. Now, I just go home!” Orla is an Eisberg alcoholfree wines ambassador, see eisberg.co.uk NEW: McPlant What's GOOD for you.. Plant patties: People are eating less meat and fish... with consumption plunging by 17% over the past decade, according to new data published in the journal The Lancet Planetary Health. Today McDonald’s will launch its first vegan burger – the McPlant – at 250 UK stores. Lunch legends: Could the grub at your work canteen be making you pile on the pounds? A study by the University of Cambridge linked serving smaller portions and healthier options in the workplace with employees typically consuming 11.5% fewer calories. HEALTHY: Tablets What's BAD for you.. Vit out of date: The recommended daily amount of Vitamin C we consume should be increased, according to research by boffins at the University of Washington in the US... as guidelines are based only on stopping scurvy during World War Two. Fraught-y winks: Over half of full-time workers are suffering from a poor night’s sleep because of work stress, a study by retailer JYSK found. One in three said the quality of their kip has been impacted by the pandemic.

36 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 PUZZLE FACTOR ALPHAPUZZLE TM 19 9 19 23 16 12 6 26 12 7 6 17 8 10 10 4 5 2 10 9 3 3 7 14 10 4 8 7 11 10 6 15 7 16 10 10 25 17 12 5 17 2 10 25 7 22 24 12 6 6 10 17 1 13 2 10 16 10 4 10 22 12 25 10 5 2 23 2 19 6 9 20 5 9 25 9 2 21 10 9 8 4 9 1 12 12 9 2 7 22 9 22 10 2 11 9 2 9 12 11 10 25 8 2 10 4 25 6 10 18 10 2 23 12 6 10 21 10 8 17 1 M 2 3 4 5 6 N 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 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 YESTERday’s solution Across: Spiders, Harm, Lunge, Crazier, Adopt (clue), Face, Clique, Mellow, Tack, Forum, Carving, Lucre, Yard, Relying. Down: Cleric, Tacky, Pine, Circular, Dreadful, Recipe, Joggle, Sexually, Amicable, Scan, Morse, Wicked. EACH grid number in Alphapuzzle® stands for a letter. Every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the main grid – to start. Solution tomorrow. Difficulty: 7/10 Target Time: 24 minutes Clue: Overstep former top player, say. Extra letter clues: 0905 817 2648 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Hear up to six Extra Letters. Deduct two minutes from today’s Target Time for each clue letter heard. Alternatively, for 6 extra clues to your mobile, text DSALPHA to 64343. Texts cost £1 plus your usual network rate. © 2021 Acorn Editorial Ltd Full Solution: 0907 181 2594 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. TWO-WAY TEASER Two sets of clues but the answers are the same... CRYPTIC CLUES Across 1 Those the fishwife may have on hand? (8) 5 Old fellow sometimes called bobby (4) 8 See something poetic in Morse, perhaps (4) 9 Like the boys from the Moor? (4,4) 10 Settle in a stand seat! (7) 12 Hit on the head with a coin (5) 13 A photo finish (6) 15 Lowest character in Shakespeare? (6) 17 Continue one’s innings for the club (5) 18 Reduce the bitterness of bad news about some meeting (7) 22 Hissing like a girl pursued by a six-footer! (8) 23 Protection by post (4) 24 A measure to stick to, perhaps (4) 25 Crashed airmen joining society as sailors (8) Down 1 The cutting of a jacket? (7) 2 Trips on the right days (5) 3 Prize Swede! (5) 4 Dismiss for drinking? (4) 6 Flatten; render unconscious with a club (4,3) 7 Bitter reduction of dole money (5) 11 Does it make hot news? (5) 12 Near the end (5) PATHFINDER Beginning with the top highlighted letter, follow a continuous path to find 28 wines. The trail goes through each letter once, twisting up, down and sideways, but never diagonally. SUDOKU 7 8 6 4 2 2 6 5 8 1 8 8 9 2 3 2 4 9 1 8 4 *Helpline: 0333 202 3390 (9am – 5.30pm) Service Provider: Spoke 1 A E A S B O E A D U O N E G R S B U I A R D U S R H A M E E T I J O L N U X E C I D E H N G I V C Y D G B T O T R I C A N O U A B E R U I A N A E R L C N A S T R Y C H L A M M T O A C H A E N A N N B E L A P I V A P M E C R D O M C A T O N L B A G N H A G N A R S N I N A N O I V U A I A S A J O P O N C N G E R S O V E R O I R T E S L O H R E S E S O I R R G M I L N S Y S R I E S N G I G E D F N Z A H O E S L I R O I L N A I Z R I C C O R P T P O 3 8 5 2 9 FILL the grid so that every column, row and 3x3 square includes all the digits from one to 9. LEVEL: Moderate, 22 Mins YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION 7 6 8 3 4 9 2 1 5 4 3 5 1 6 2 7 9 8 1 9 2 8 7 5 4 3 6 9 7 4 5 2 1 8 6 3 3 2 1 6 9 8 5 7 4 8 5 6 4 3 7 1 2 9 6 1 9 2 8 4 3 5 7 5 4 7 9 1 3 6 8 2 2 8 3 7 5 6 9 4 1 Extra clues: 0901 322 5606 *Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Today’s Solution: 0907 181 2616 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 8 2 1 5 4 YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION G I G A N T I C U R E V I D E O A N I M A L S U L Answers in tomorrow’s Call 0907 181 2623 for today’s solution *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 14 Period of revolution (7) 16 Confuses an old Chinese chap (7) 17 Vehicle getting past – and going on ahead, say? (5) 19 It’s repeated everywhere in poetry (5) 20 Tantalise with some mention of refreshments (5) 21 Sort of seas in which the clam may be found (4) QUICK CLUES Across 1 Fish (8) 5 Invoice (4) 8 Secret writing (4) YESTERDAY’S SOLUTION: ACROSS: 1 Alcove, 4 Candle, 7 Milk, 8 Derelict, 9 Undress, 12 Odd, 14 Infant, 15 Matter, 16 Nil, 18 Remorse, 22 Windfall, 23 Hero, 24 Threat, 25 Deadly. DOWN: 1 Admission, 2 Colourful, 3 Eider, 4 Curls, 5 Nile, 6 Lucid, 10 Diner, 11 Stair, 12 On the mend, 13 Dormitory, 17 Irish, 19 Exact, 20 Oiled, 21 Idle. 9 Rear chamber (4,4) 10 Put in position (7) 12 Headdress (5) 13 Shiny (6) 15 Base (6) 17 Stick (5) 18 Add sugar (7) 22 Hissing (8) 23 Send by post (4) 24 Three feet (4) 25 Seamen (8) Down 1 Horse-riding (7) 2 Is carried (5) 3 Swedish prize giver (5) 4 Discharge (4) 6 Smooth away (4,3) 7 Fruit (5) 11 Crime (5) 12 Intimate (5) 14 Month (7) 16 Mixes (7) 17 Fur helmet (5) 19 Liquid (5) 20 Tantalise (5) 21 Placid (4) N kriss kross S T L E T E N D C A P H E S I T A T E E O E O T A D D S M A J O R L C T M U S K E T C H E S A I R M A Y R E O S Y O U S I S T E R F D O T E S T A R B U S E A R N H E U S W A M S T O R E S D A T E C A O T W T O M O R R O W S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 21 24 25 ANSWERS IN TOMORROW’S PAPER DS1ST

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 37 12 PAGES OF FANTASTIC START WITH HORSERACING TREVOR TRIBUTES ■JUST Hemmings was Mr Popular TRIBUTES have been pouring in for Trevor Hemmings, a former bricklayer who became a billionaire and the owner of three Grand National winners, who died on Monday aged 86. Instantly recognisable in his trademark flat cap, he became the record-equalling owner of three Grand National winners, Hedgehunter (2005), Ballabriggs (2011) and Many Clouds (2015), joining Noel Le Mare, the owner of Red Rum. Hemmings was the ultimate working-class hero and never forgot his roots. After making a fortune in building, Hemmings was the majority stakeholder of Center B - Bath K - Kempton N - Nottingham W - Wetherby A Better World............ N 2.40 A Sure Welcome......... K 6.00 Abstinence.................. B 4.15 Accelerando................ B 3.05 Across The Line..........W 4.33 Afandem...................... N 4.55 Ajrad............................ K 7.30 Ajs Jallaad................... B 3.40 Al Aabir........................ B 3.40 Album........................... K 7.30 Aldbourne.................... N 2.40 Aleef............................. N 4.55 Alghazaal..................... B 4.50 Allerby.......................... K 7.30 Almighty Rave............. K 6.30 Alqamar.......................W 5.05 Already Gone.............. K 6.30 Amathus...................... B 2.30 Amir Kabir................... B 4.50 Andronicus Beau........ K 7.30 Angle Land.................. N 3.50 Another Theatre..........W 5.05 Arctic Victory.............. B 5.55 Ard Up.......................... K 5.30 Astaroth....................... K 6.30 Astrophysics............... B 2.30 Badlands..................... K 7.00 Balgair......................... N 3.15 Ballyvic Boru...............W 4.33 Bartat........................... K 8.00 Bascule........................ B 4.50 Battani......................... N 1.30 Battle Angel................W 1.38 Bay Beret..................... K 8.30 Bay Breeze.................. N 3.50 Bazalgette................... N 2.40 Bella’s Pearl................ B 1.55 Bird For Life................ B 5.25 Blackcastle Storm...... B 2.30 Blue Cable................... K 8.00 Blue Collar Lad........... K 6.30 Bluebell Way............... B 1.55 Bootlegger..................W 3.58 Brandy Station............ N 4.55 Brazen Belle................ K 5.00 Breakwater Buoy........W 2.48 Brides Bay................... B 3.05 Brunnera...................... B 4.15 Burtonlodge Beauty... B 1.55 Caesar’s Palace.......... N 1.00 Candy Kitchen............ N 2.05 Captain Corcoran....... N 4.55 Captain Kane.............. N 1.00 Carbon......................... K 6.30 Cardano.......................W 2.48 GREYHOUNDS sunderland 6.19 BRICKFIELD BOXER (2).......... Newline Lady (1) 6.36 BASHFUL KATE (nap) (2).....Shaneboy Berg (1) 6.51 PENNYLANE BUICK (nb) (2)........Onyx Shilo (4) 7.09 SOLID WILSON (3).................Ballybrien Zee (5) 7.26 MINIBLITZ (5)...................... Holmrook Isobel (2) 7.41 PRETTY TESS (1).......................... Noisy Bar (2) 7.58 PANDORAS GOLD (6)...................... Hot Iron (3) 8.12 ONE LAST HUG (1).................. Diddlers Diva (6) 8.27 KILBANNON ESKE (4).................. Capitulate (2) 8.46 KILLEACLE LOLA (5)...................Going Solo (6) 9.01 EDEN LOCH (3)...................... Holdem Liffey (6) 9.16 FAGANS MISTY (5).................Holborn Kellie (4) hove 1.57 MINEOLA ARNOLD (2)........... Magical Binky (4) 2.12 MECCAS MERCI (2)...........Buckos Princess (6) 2.32 AMAZING AIDAN (3)............... Droopys Prize (4) 2.52 PUNKROCK MYSTERY (6)......Dunbar Alpha (1) 3.11 BLUESTAR MASTER (5)......... Salvo Strange (2) 3.28 INSANE DAVE (3).................. Trafalgar Rebel (4) 3.48 TYRAP JIO (6).............................. Farloe Lexi (3) 4.08 WAIKIKI SKY (2).....................Flyers Wildfire (4) 4.28 DAWSON THE GREAT (6)....Awordinedgeways (4) 4.48 GIN GARDEN (nap) (1)............. Get On Kylie (6) 5.08 PUNK ROCK CEILI (6)............. Get On Rosie (5) 5.28 KITMINS DIXIE (4).....................Clever Trend (3) 5.44 BURGESS KELMA (nb) (2).Enchanted Sioux (1) 6.02 OLD FORT KATIE (3)........ Go Get Em Oscar (1) crayford 10.53 OSCARS ROSE (3)................ Lissarra Kero (4) 11.09 WOODCOCKS ARIELA (1).......Affane Lana (5) 11.24 ALBAN AUNTIE (6)..................Daithis Belle (4) 11.39 RAMPANT DELIGHT (5).. Moaning Monroe (4) 11.54 CROSSFIELD CHLOE (nb) (1)...Pennys Fearnog (3) 12.09 PARADOX (2)...................Effernogue Helen (1) 12.24 KILLEACLE SERENA (6)........ Stratospheric (4) 12.39 GO PENNY (2).....................Kelva Charlotte (6) 12.54 BALTOVIN CHRIS (2)..................Cash Grab (1) 1.09 BORNA LIZ (3)........................ Icaals Brunett (4) 1.24 SPARKLE (1)............................... Dark Slayer (6) 1.39 SHES THE FIRST (nap) (4)...........Sheriff Sky (6) ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING Parcs and once owned Blackpool’s famous tower. Donald McCain, responsible for Ballabrigg’s success in the National, said: “He’s been a wonderful man for me and a lot of other trainers.” Sir Anthony McCoy, the 20-times champion jump jockey, said: “I’m very proud to have worn his iconic colours on many wonderful days. He was a great friend to many but a greater friend to our sport.” Oliver Sherwood the trainer of Many Clouds, “He was Mr Aintree, Catchmeifyoucan.......W 3.58 Cet Horizon................. N 2.05 Cherish........................ B 2.30 Chiavari....................... B 5.55 Chiqueador.................. B 1.55 Chloellie....................... K 8.30 Chocolate Box............ B 5.25 Christines Angel......... B 2.30 Churchill College........ N 1.30 City Streak................... B 3.40 Claim The Stars.......... K 5.30 Claritudo...................... N 2.40 Clear Day..................... N 1.30 Closeness.................... K 7.30 Cloudy Rose................ B 5.25 Clownsman................. B 2.30 Coast........................... B 3.05 Cometh The Man........ N 4.55 Constancio..................W 5.05 Coup De Force............ B 3.05 Curb Appeal................ B 3.05 Cygneture.................... K 5.30 Da Vinci Hand.............W 3.58 Damned Elusive.......... B 4.50 Dangerous Rascal...... K 5.30 Dark Crocodile............ K 8.00 Dark Shot.................... N 4.55 Dark Tulip.................... N 2.40 Deauville Legend........ N 1.00 harlow monmore said: harlow RPGTV Decisive Edge............. K 7.30 Delicate Kiss............... B 5.55 Dicktate....................... B 3.40 Dove Divine................. K 8.30 Dreambird................... B 5.25 Dreamweaver.............. B 4.50 Duty Bound................. N 1.00 Eldar Eldarov............... N 1.30 Elektronic.................... K 5.00 Equality........................ N 4.25 Exceedingly Regal...... K 7.00 Fact Or Fable.............. K 8.00 Fairmac........................ N 3.15 Fantasy Master........... N 4.25 Fernando Rah............. K 6.00 Fiji Gold....................... B 1.55 Flight Deck..................W 3.58 Florence Street........... B 5.55 Flower Of Scotland.... B 4.15 Four Notes.................. N 2.40 Gaelik Coast...............W 3.23 Geelong....................... B 3.40 Glamping..................... B 3.05 Glencassley.................W 2.48 Glentaneous................ N 3.15 Global Acclaim............ K 7.00 Good Earth.................. K 5.00 Good Humor............... K 7.30 Goolwa........................ B 4.15 10.46 BARRACK DANA (1)............. Dance Ronnie (2) 11.01 MILLTOWN MILK (2)............Our Lovely Girl (4) 11.16 HEADFORD SPIRIT (1)............ Riada Spike (2) 11.31 PICKOFTHELITTER (6).....................Overall (1) 11.46 OAKGROVE ELISE (nap) (1).Ballinulty Skip (3) 12.01 WALKING PEGASOS (nb) (4).Fiadhs Grace (3) 12.16 SAVANA TREACLE (2).......Hatfield Ophelia (1) 12.31 PINTOS BOY (2)................ Oakgrovebillijay (1) 12.46 GIZMO BLAKE (4)....................... Clares Pet (5) 1.02 BOMBAI GINNY (4)................Wildfire Minnie (1) 1.17 OAKGROVE MANUKER (4)........Canny Cara (3) 1.33 BLACKROSE NORA (6).................... Asterisk (4) 1.49 DROOPYS SUNSET (3)...... Ballymac Heidio (6) 2.07 FINAL SUPREME (5).......................... Awbeg (1) 2.23 JENNA TOO LATE (2)...........Kalgoorlie Gold (6) 2.42 AVION MERLIN (4)...............Rockburst Swift (5) 3.02 STYLISH SUCCESS (6)....... Pennys Aramay (5) 3.18 SHERIFF GLEN (5)...................Crispy Bacon (4) 3.38 ROCKMOUNT MAID (nap) (1).. Moorstown Pat (3) 3.58 BALLYHOE BREEZE (2). Moorstown Timmy (1) 4.18 REVENANT (6).............................Hello There (5) 4.38 STELLAS RENEGADE (3)...................... Alice (2) 4.58 DESERT CITI (5)........................ Tysons Fred (4) 5.18 RASHER DASHER (nb) (1).... Coolbawn Lad (3) 5.37 RACKETHALL GUS (1)....... Kurtas Carranna (6) 5.54 ONYERGOFREDDIE (3)...................Elisaveta (5) 6.17 DODS TIGER (nb) (6)...................Fancy Miss (4) 6.33 KEEL QUEEN (3)..........................Active Diva (2) 6.48 BALLINABOLA POLL (2).............Nidges Girl (3) 7.07 BALLYHIDE JEWEL (3)..............Pennys Styx (2) 7.24 KILURAN RASTAMAN (1).......Yorvick Panda (3) 7.44 MILLMOUNT DUKE (6).........Mousey Megan (2) 8.03 MONFIN ROSE (4)..................... Eagle Ridge (2) 8.23 CRICKLEOWL PEGGY (nap) (1)... Fourbet Queens (2) 8.43 CLASHARINKA (1).............. March On Henry (3) 9.02 MOSS ROW CHRIS (2)..............Essjay Betty (4) 9.18 GRANTSTOWNCASTLE (1).......... Whimzical (2) wasn’t he? I would never have won a National if he hadn’t said, ‘have a crack at it because if it’s not this year, I might not be around next year’.” Along with racehorses, Hemmings also owned event horses and Preston North End Football Club. The fittingly named Cloth Cap gave the great man, who always had a twinkle in his eye, one of his most recent notable victories when taking last season’s Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury. Got No Dollars............ K 5.00 Grey Galleon............... B 2.30 Groom.......................... K 6.30 Handytalk.................... B 2.30 Harb............................. K 5.30 Hardy Du Seuil............W 2.13 Harry Three................. K 5.30 Helvetique................... N 3.50 Hemmsa...................... N 4.55 Hey Mr......................... N 4.25 Hidden Angel.............. K 8.30 High Security.............. N 4.55 Highway One............... B 5.25 His Pride...................... K 8.30 Hit The Heights........... K 7.00 Hold Fast..................... K 7.00 Hot Desert................... K 8.00 Hot Legs Lil................. B 3.05 Hurricane Helen.......... B 5.55 Incumbent................... K 6.30 Innisfree Lad...............W 3.58 Isola Rossa................. K 7.00 It Must Be Faith.......... N 4.55 James Jude................. N 1.30 Janoobi........................ N 1.30 Joli’s Legacy............... K 8.30 Josies Kid.................... N 3.50 Julie Johnston............ K 5.00 Kalimotxo.................... K 8.30 TODAY’S ABC King Of Speed............. N 3.50 Kodias Sangarius....... K 5.30 Koeman....................... B 4.50 Kolisi............................ N 3.15 Kraka........................... K 8.30 Lafan............................ K 7.00 Lamorna Cove............ B 5.55 Legendary Day............ N 3.15 Levitate........................ B 3.40 Libby Ami.................... B 5.55 Liberated Lady............ K 6.00 Lilandra........................ B 5.55 Lipsink......................... N 4.25 Lock’s Corner.............W 3.23 Los Camachos............ K 7.30 Macocha...................... K 8.30 Making Music............. N 2.05 Makyon........................ K 8.30 Malorie......................... N 2.05 Manshoodah............... N 2.05 Marbuzet..................... N 2.40 Master Grey................ B 5.25 Mc’ted.......................... K 7.00 Medyaf......................... N 1.00 bags winners and prices CENTRAL PARK 10.46: Da Blake (4) 11-4, Jaguar Ella (2) 5-1, bf: £20.55, tri: (4-2-1) £63.32. 11.01: Foolish Pride (3) 7-1, Aero Jester (4) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £31.20, tri: (3-4-6) £74.91. 11.16: Hollyoak Eve (1) 2-1 jt-fav, Freeway Aylah (4) 6-1, bf: £16.65, tri: (1-4-3) £61.18. 11.31: Chelts Lad (6) Evens fav, Foolish Rascal (1) 9-2, bf: £7.15, tri: (6-1-5) £15.32. 11.46: Ferryforth Sarah (3) 6-4 fav, Maisies Bell (4) 8-1, bf: £15.30, tri: (3-4-2) £36.13. 12.01: Mister Brentford (6) 5-2, Letter Pat (1) 9-2, bf: £15.53, tri: (6-1-5) £52.35. 12.16: Blue Fidget (6) 6-5 fav, Hallows Dobbie (5) 8-1, bf: £12.60, tri: (6-5-2) £29.77. 12.31: Glasheen Adios (5) 3-1, Glenhead Blaze (6) 7-1, bf: £25.27, tri: (5-6-4) £112.24. 12.46: Pookies Julius (3) 9-4, Feora Wish (2) 4-1, bf: £12.98, tri: (3-2-6) £26.14. 1.02: Sailor Lad (5) 12-1, Sheriff Star (3) 11-8 fav, bf: £48.17, tri: (5-3- 1) £157.03. 1.17: Dashing Jo (3) 4-1, Waikiki Seat (6) 11-8 fav, bf: £14.27, tri: (3-6-2) £65.35. 1.33: As Happy As Gail (6) 5-1, Our Unique Jake (2) 18-1, bf: £102.10, tri: (6-2-3) £415.14. HOVE 1.57: Insane Dylan (1) 6-4 fav, Sheriff Mac (2) 9-2, bf: £8.88, tri: (1-2-4) £30.02. 2.12: Kereight I Cant (4) 7-1, Stefans Lady (3) 4-1, bf: £46.99, tri: (4-3-5) £127.91. 2.32: Richies Allstar (1) 6-1, Pocket Jetman (6) 3-1, bf: £34.29, tri: (1-6-4) £89.40. 2.52: Warnham Blue (2) 5-1, Killduff Bonny (5) 11-4, bf: £28.89, tri: (2-5-6) £99.06. 3.11: Awayinahack (3) 9-2, Magical Fletch (5) 7-4 fav, bf: £17.53, tri: (3-5-6) £45.79. 3.28: Jollie Mac (3) 11-4, Classic Tune (2) 7-2, bf: £14.30, tri: (3-2- 5) £44.97. 3.48: United Eye (2) 9-4 fav, Seasons Snax (3) 5-2, NR: Shaunas Brea (res), bf: £10.13, tri: (2-3-4) £29.09. 4.08: Wellott Tommy (2) 8-1, Crohane Bertie (6) 7-4 fav, bf: £18.12, tri: (2-6-5) £60.11. 4.28: Nancys Girl (2) 5-1, Droopys Skipper (3) 13-8 fav, bf: £19.39, tri: (2-3-6) £61.05. 4.48: Aghaburren Jack (6) 4-1, Gentle Change (3) 11-4 jt-fav, bf: £19.76, tri: (6-3-5) £55.31. 5.08: Farloe Delta (1) 9-2, Ballyblack Rebel (2) 5-4 fav, bf: £12.71, tri: (1-2-6) £44.98. 5.28: Zillah (4) 6-5 fav, Dark Thunder (1) 7-4, NR: Dinner Andreas (res), bf: £3.96, tri: (4-1-2) £0.00. 5.44: Rogue Angel (1) 11-4 jt-fav, Fletchwood Co Co (4) 6-1, bf: £22.96, tri: (1-4-3) £62.09. 6.02: Sunlight On Snow (1) 10-3, Yassoo Patrick (2) 11-2, NR: Piemans Wink (res), bf: £22.34, tri: (1-2- 3) £0.00. Mehmo......................... N 4.55 Miss Anaco................. B 1.55 Miss Belladonna......... B 1.55 Miss Blennerhasset.... N 2.05 Mister Freeze.............. K 8.00 Molly Shaw.................. K 5.00 Monbaher.................... B 4.50 Moon Island................ K 6.30 Moonlight Dawn......... N 1.30 Mostly Cloudy............. N 1.30 Nader........................... B 3.40 Nastasiya.....................W 1.38 Native Fighter.............W 3.58 Natural Path................ N 4.25 Nefarious..................... K 6.00 Nellie Moon................. B 4.50 Nelson Gay.................. K 6.00 Never No Trouble........ N 2.40 New Reality.................W 1.38 Noble Albert................ B 1.55 Not What It Seems.....W 2.48 Oasis Gift..................... K 5.30 Okaidi........................... B 2.30 Olly Golly.....................W 2.48 One Night Stand......... K 6.00 One Over Par.............. K 7.30 Open Wide................... K 6.00 Pay The Piper..............W 2.13 Peace Offering............ N 2.05 Penguin Island............ K 5.30 Pennymoor.................. B 4.15 Percy’s Pride............... B 4.15 Perfect City................. K 7.00 Phoenix Strike.............W 2.48 Physics........................ K 5.00 Plansina....................... B 5.55 Poet’s Eye.................... B 5.55 Poetry And Art............ K 8.00 Poppy Petal................. N 3.50 Portelet Bay................ B 2.30 Pound Off You.............W 2.48 Power Il Topo.............. B 1.55 Power Station............. K 7.00 Prince Escalus............W 4.33 Prince Kendeux.......... B 1.55 Prince Of Harts........... N 3.15 Prize Fighting.............. K 7.30 Propriety...................... B 4.15 Pull The Lever............. K 5.30 Qitaal........................... N 1.00 Quarter Blue................ K 8.00 Queen Of Burgundy.... K 8.00 Queen Sarabi.............. K 8.00 Raasel.......................... N 4.25 Rainbow Sign.............. K 8.00 Rebel Army.................. N 1.00 Red Alert..................... B 2.30 Red Joan..................... N 2.40 Red Walls.................... N 4.55 Refuge......................... N 4.55 Return Ticket..............W 4.33 Ringo Starlight............ B 1.55 River Chorus............... K 8.00 River Of Stars............. N 2.05 River Wharfe............... K 7.30 Road Warrior...............W 3.23 Robustly...................... K 5.00 Robyn Pud...................W 2.48 Rockfire....................... N 1.30 Rocking Reg............... K 5.00 Roman Dynasty.......... K 6.00 Roseabad.................... B 4.15 Rouge Et Noir............. K 6.30 Royal Guard................ K 8.00 Royal Regard..............W 1.38 Ruby Cottage.............. B 2.30 Ruinous.......................W 4.33 Rum Cocktail.............. B 3.05 Run To Freedom......... K 6.00 Russian Rumour......... B 5.25 MONMORE 1.49: Supreme Krug (6) 10-1, Dolla Joker (2) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £47.78, tri: (6-2-5) £167.30. 2.07: Crackaway Kiki (5) 9-4 fav, Lann Aidan (6) 3-1, bf: £10.39, tri: (5-6-3) £30.61. 2.23: Supreme Blake (5) 4-1, Awayday Jane (1) 7-1, bf: £40.97, tri: (5-1-6) £86.57. 2.42: Swift Impale (1) 9-2, Ballinakill Tom (5) 6-4 fav, bf: £16.93, tri: (1-5-2) £73.37. 3.02: Moanteen Sutty (1) 3-1, Max Ridgers (2) 9-2, bf: £16.12, tri: (1-2-6) £46.34. 3.18: Deelish Rebel (5) 6-4 fav, Malvasian (2) 10-3, bf: £8.34, tri: (5-2-4) £38.30. 3.38: Galget Mark (5) 8-1, Parsnip Teddy (4) 6-1, bf: £75.33, tri: (5-4-6) £194.82. 3.58: Holte End Owen (5) 15-8, Mo Cara Dante (6) 6-1, bf: £14.84, tri: (5-6-2) £68.57. 4.18: Tommys Sky (3) 5-1, Looks Like Rio (2) 6-1, bf: £40.24, tri: (3-2-1) £155.86. 4.38: Brocks Snowflake (1) 11-8 fav, Minisavatar (3) 5-1, bf: £9.50, tri: (1-3-4) £27.31. 4.58: Get Up Belle (2) 7-2, Corcass Rapid (4) 10-1, bf: £46.51, tri: (2-4-3) £74.12. 5.18: Hazelhill Train (6) 8-11 fav, Sporting Carmen (5) 9-2, bf: £5.54, tri: (6-5-1) £12.89. 5.37: Final Heat (5) 7-2, Woodcocks Blue (1) 7-1, bf: £34.00, tri: (5-1-6) £134.48. 5.54: Droopys Famous (5) 4-1, Ryley Roo (6) 9-2, bf: £25.27, tri: (5-6-4) £111.92. ROMFORD 10.53: Gunboat Hawkwing (3) 7-2, Puttfor Sinners (4) 2-1 fav, bf: £14.07, tri: (3-4-5) £62.33. 11.09: Teejays Slipaway (5) 9-2, Heathlawn Nora (1) 10-3, bf: £26.87, tri: (5-1-3) £88.53. 11.24: Hour Glass Sam (3) 11-4, Took A Chance (1) 7-2, bf: £14.40, tri: (3-1-5) £59.87. 11.39: Bestofalltime (6) 9-4 jt-fav, Millridge Conor (4) 9-4 jt-fav, bf: £9.05, tri: (6-4-3) £20.02. 11.54: Bubbly Wildcat (2) 9-2, Keeperhill Rex (5) 13-8 fav, bf: £19.11, tri: (2-5-6) £62.10. 12.09: Only Paddy (2) 6-1, Dragonflyinamber (3) 6-1, bf: £49.01, tri: (2-3-5) £124.40. 12.24: Kellsboro Ozzy (1) 4-6 fav, Chopchop Magic (6) 9-2, bf: £5.41, tri: (1-6-2) £20.99. 12.39: Keefill Arthur (4) 10-3, Moorstown Victor (2) 11-8 fav, NR: Bubbly Spark (res), bf: £10.32, tri: (4-2-1) £0.00. 12.54: Puttfor Sam (4) 5-1, Maysons Bullet (2) 7-1, bf: £49.61, tri: (4-2-1) £262.28. 1.09: Moranski Mo (4) 7-2, Cirque Du Soleil (5) 4-1, bf: £22.25, tri: (4-5-3) £113.87. 1.24: No Overlap (6) 4-1, Risk It Over (5) 9-2, bf: £24.29, tri: (6-5-2) £81.82. 1.39: Cosy Boy (3) 2-1, Crackling Cookie (4) 7-4 fav, bf: £6.87, tri: (3-4-2) £41.61. GRAND: Trevor Hemmings with his third Grand National winner Many Clouds Sacred Rhyme............ B 4.15 Sambucca Spirit......... N 4.55 Sandyman................... N 3.15 Sapphire’s Moon......... B 1.55 Satono Chevalier........ K 7.00 Scorched Earth...........W 5.05 Sea Sylph.................... B 4.15 Seeking Perfection..... K 5.00 Sense Of Security....... B 1.55 Shabano...................... N 2.40 Shani............................ B 2.30 She’s Sophie............... B 1.55 Shoot To Kill................ K 7.30 Show Palace............... N 4.55 Showdiemlad.............. N 3.50 Silky Wilkie.................. N 3.50 Silver Gunn.................. N 3.15 Single........................... B 4.15 Sirbowtieman.............. K 8.00 Siruh Du Lac...............W 2.48 Sixth Street................. B 3.05 Snow Hawk................. N 2.40 Soar Above.................. K 6.00 Social City................... B 4.50 Some Reign.................W 4.33 Somewhere Secret..... N 4.55 Sovereign Slipper....... K 5.00 Steel Duchess............. N 2.05 Doncaster RPGTV 6.09 (A3) 483m 1 4512 Jumeirah Smile (rl ep)..........................30.36 2 3246 Darbys Spirit (rl ro)...............................30.39 3 6431 Foregranted (md ep)............................30.27 4 5131 DA REAL DEAL (ep md)......................30.24 5 3326 Minor Jet (sa ro)...................................30.21 6 2252 Ballymac Mumba (rl ro)........................00.00 Star betting: 5-2 Da Real Deal, 11-4 Minor Jet, 7-2 Ballymac Mumba, 9-2 Jumeirah Smile, 5 Foregranted, 6 Darbys Spirit. 6.28 (A4) 483m 1 5254 Ryecroft Apollo (rl ro)...........................30.37 2 2226 Pennys Vega (md ep)...........................30.53 3 Monbeg Blazing ()................................00.00 4 5624 On The Way (md ro).............................30.57 5 2142 WISH FOR CASEY (wd ep)..................30.32 6 6362 Kilara Hvar (wd ro)................................30.29 Star betting: 7-4 Kilara Hvar, 2 Wish For Casey, 4 Ryecroft Apollo, 5 On The Way, 11-2 Pennys Vega, 8 Monbeg Blazing. 6.43 (B2) 450m 1 6114 Russanda Brandon (md ro)..................27.77 2 1146 Witches Rory (md ro)...........................27.83 3 1312 Happy Tally (md ro)..............................27.82 4 2111 GLAISE POWER (NAP) (md ro)...........27.81 5 4241 Letter Cain (md ep)..............................27.70 6 1313 Crying Old Kevin (md ro).....................28.05 Star betting: 2 Letter Cain, 5-2 Crying Old Kevin, 4 Happy Tally, 5 Russanda Brandon, 11-2 Glaise Power, 8 Witches Rory. 6.58 (B3) 450m 1 4222 Scala Gold (ep md)..............................28.09 2 5622 Paradise Mcilroy (rl ro).........................28.23 3 2111 SOGGY MOP (nb) (rl ro).......................28.45 4 5533 Barnside Lottie (md ep).......................28.35 5 3411 Springwood Diaz (wd ep).....................28.02 6 6653 Haven Flyer (wd ro)..............................28.21 Star betting: 5-2 Springwood Diaz, 3 Paradise Mcilroy, 7-2 Soggy Mop, Scala Gold, 6 Barnside Lottie, Haven Flyer. 7.18 (B3) 450m 1 4133 TITANIC TIP (sa ro)..............................28.11 2 1134 Mad Dog (sa ro)...................................28.40 3 Millcroft Joe ().......................................00.00 4 161 Funny Margaret (md ro).......................28.40 5 1165 Barber Shop (wd ep)............................28.37 6 1335 Oneforcoco (wd ro)..............................28.14 Star betting: 9-4 Titanic Tip, 3 Funny Margaret, 10-3 Oneforcoco, 7-2 Mad Dog, 4 Barber Shop, 8 Millcroft Joe. 7.36 (B4) 450m 1 5444 Mahogany Teidi (rl ep)..........................28.44 2 1626 Barnfield Lilly (rl ro)..............................28.54 3 6221 KRAMER (md ep).................................28.44 4 2223 Roisins Lily (md ep).............................28.54 5 3554 Civil Jack (wd ep).................................28.20 6 4124 Waikiki Del (wd ro)................................28.46 Star betting: 11-4 Kramer, 3 Waikiki Del, 7-2 Civil Jack, 4 Mahogany Teidi, 11-2 Barnfield Lilly, Roisins Lily. BUICK BANG IN TITLE RUNNING ■■ by CHRIS GOULDING WILLIAM BUICK clawed back Oisin Murphy’s lead to four winners for the jockeys’ championship after riding a sparking treble at Leicester yesterday. Buick, 33, on the mark with Parlando, Kentucky Kitten and Rhythm N Rock, is gunning for his first title which should go all the way to the wire at Ascot on Saturday’s Qipco Champions’ Day. Murphy, 26, aiming for his third consecutive title, did not leave Leicester empty handed after partnering Able Kane to victory. But he must have thought he had two in the bag after looking set for victory on Future King in the finale before Buick chinned him. The pair go head-to-head at Nottingham today where Murphy has six rides and Buick (above) eight. Buick is now 7-4 from 2-1 with Paddy Power and Murphy 4-9 from 4-11. Paddy Power’s Paul Binfield said: “That was a big day for William and he has a better book of rides tomorrow. “Punters have really been getting behind him today and we have seen 10 times more bets for him than Oisin.” Stone Axe.................... N 2.40 Storm Chaser.............. B 5.25 Strategic Fortune....... K 8.30 Super Over.................. K 7.00 Super Superjack......... B 5.25 Surrey Princess.......... B 5.55 Sweet Madness.......... N 2.40 Symbol of Hope.......... B 2.30 Tacitus......................... K 7.00 Takeit Easy..................W 5.05 Taravara....................... K 7.00 Tawaafoq..................... B 2.30 Tawtheef...................... K 8.30 Teescomponents Lad.W 3.58 Tell’em Nowt............... K 8.30 The Blue Bower.......... B 2.30 The Bull Mccabe.........W 3.58 The Vegas Raider....... B 4.50 The Waterman............ K 5.00 Therehegoes............... B 1.55 Third Time Lucki.........W 2.13 Thousand Oaks........... B 4.15 Thunder Lily................ B 5.55 Tom’s Reign Beau....... N 4.55 Tommy’s Oscar...........W 5.05 Tomouh........................ K 6.00 Too Big To Fail............ B 5.25 Trac..............................W 2.48 Treacherous................ K 6.00 Tropics......................... N 4.25 True Icon..................... B 3.05 Turaco..........................W 1.38 Twice Adaay................ N 4.55 Twm Sion..................... B 3.40 Typical Woman............ N 2.05 Unilateralism............... K 6.30 United Front................ N 3.15 Urban Artist................. B 4.15 Urban Highway........... K 8.30 Vindolanda.................. B 4.15 Von Melas....................W 1.38 Voodoo Queen............ N 2.05 Washraa....................... K 5.30 We Still Believe...........W 1.38 We’re Reunited........... B 2.30 White Lady.................. B 5.55 Wholeofthemoon........ B 3.40 Whoshotthesheriff......W 3.23 Wilkins......................... N 1.00 Windseeker................. N 1.00 With Pleasure.............. B 5.25 Wowzers...................... B 3.05 Wrenthorpe................. N 4.25 Yccs Portocervo.........W 3.23 Yeeeaah....................... N 2.40 Yorkshire Pirlo............ K 7.30 Zebelle......................... N 3.50 7.56 (B4) 450m 1 3346 Sparta Coco (rl fw)...............................28.56 2 3665 Farranrory Freya (sa md)......................28.32 3 5332 BABYTUMBLE (md ro)........................28.50 4 56 Canal View King (md ro)......................29.13 5 1 Heathlawn Nellie (md ro).....................29.02 6 6463 Keady Queen (sa wd)...........................28.54 Star betting: 7-4 Farranrory Freya, 7-2 Babytumble, 4 Sparta Coco, 9-2 Canal View King, 5 Keady Queen, 6 Heathlawn Nellie. 8.17 (B3) 450m 1 2331 AHERLA ROCK (md ro).......................28.14 2 4514 Angies Girl (rl ro)..................................28.44 3 55 Lightfoot Tuchel (rl ro)..........................28.64 4 564 Leathems Mario (ep md)......................28.30 5 3616 Kilbarry Laurel (md ep).........................28.34 6 5415 Free Inside (md ep)..............................28.13 Star betting: 2 Free Inside, 9-4 Aherla Rock, 11-2 Lightfoot Tuchel, Kilbarry Laurel, Angies Girl, 6 Leathems Mario. 8.38 (B5) 450m 1 4362 Moss Millie (sa ro)................................28.58 2 4254 Mulcair Dawn (sa md)..........................28.27 3 6241 JUMEIRAH RUBY (qa md)..................28.68 4 4535 Qatar Khalifa (md ep)...........................28.53 5 1164 Keady Yo Yo (md ro).............................28.60 6 3151 Moss Rosie (wd ro)..............................28.46 Star betting: 11-4 Moss Rosie, 3 Keady Yo Yo, Mulcair Dawn, 9-2 Qatar Khalifa, 11-2 Moss Millie, 6 Jumeirah Ruby. 8.54 (B6) 450m 1 2122 BLACK FLYER (ep ro)..........................28.69 2 3262 Proper Peasant (sa ro).........................28.89 3 2235 Movin Stream (md ep)..........................28.69 4 3333 Mill Zuri (md ro)....................................28.70 5 6241 Crow Bar (md ro).................................28.65 6 2323 Kanturk Sport (md ep).........................28.64 Star betting: 9-4 Kanturk Sport, 5-2 Crow Bar, 3 Black Flyer, 11-2 Movin Stream, 6 Mill Zuri, 8 Proper Peasant. 9.12 (D3) 275m 1 4312 WAIKIKI DONNA (rl ro)........................17.25 2 1354 Burnt Oak Bara (ep md).......................17.10 3 6431 Magale Blue (md ro)............................17.29 4 5143 Midas Crystal (rl ro)..............................17.32 5 2156 Eden Rhaegal (wd ro)...........................17.25 6 2464 Makemydaypunk (wd ep).....................17.58 Star betting: 5-2 Waikiki Donna, 3 Eden Rhaegal, 7-2 Magale Blue, 4 Burnt Oak Bara, 9-2 Midas Crystal, 8 Makemydaypunk. 9.28 (B7) 450m 1 5441 Redbrick Maddi (sa ro)........................28.86 2 5 12 BALLYCAHANE DEW (sa ro)...............29.08 3 Crucial Lilly ()........................................00.00 4 53 3 Blue Lark (md ro)..................................29.43 5 5126 Piemans Master (md ro).......................29.38 6 14 3 Breakadaydiamond (sa ro)..................28.93 Star betting: 7-4 Redbrick Maddi, 5-2 Ballycahane Dew, 7-2 Piemans Master, 9-2 Breakadaydiamond, 6 Blue Lark, 8 Crucial Lilly.

38 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 WHO’S HOT, WHo’s not TERRIFIC TRAINERS: (Most wins last 14 days) W Haggas 16; J & T Gosden 8; D O’Meara 8; T Easterby 8; D McCain 8; R Beckett 7; C Cox 6; M Harris 6; R Fahey 6; K Dalgleish 6; P Chamings 5; R Hannon 5. SUFFERING STABLES: (Runners since last win) M Hammond 63; M Walford 58; G Brown 55; S Dixon 50; L Carter 40; M Channon 38; D Shaw 38; A Carroll 38; J Bridger 38; M Attwater 38; D Menuisier 37. HOT JOCKS: (Most wins last 14 days) William Buick 17; Brian Hughes 11; Jim Crowley 10; Oisin Murphy 10; David Probert 8; Tom Marquand 7; James Doyle 7; Hector Crouch 6. RIDE OUT OF LUCK: (Rides since last win) Jimmy Quinn 147; Imogen Mathias 42; Connor Beasley 37; Ryan Moore 34; Jonathan Fisher 31; Andrea Atzeni 27; Joanna Mason 27. HEAVEY’S NAP Now back on the mark when he won a decent handicap at Newmarket 13 months ago, NEFARIOUS (6.00 Kempton) can spring a surprise over his favoured 6f distance. BEST EACH-WAY TWICE ADAAY (4.55 Nottingham) impressed when opening her account at Beverley in July and after two poor runs, can bounce right back into contention with Oisin Murphy aboard. STARFORM TREBLE Nap: AL AABIR (3.40 Bath) Nb: MONBAHER (4.50 Bath) Treble: SUPER OVER (7.00 Kempton) MAGIC COMBINATIONS BATH: Trevor Whelan rides 3.40 Dicktate for R Teal, previous combinations 3 wins from 4 mounts 75% strike rate at course KEMPTON: Grace McEntee rides 7.30 Los Camachos for J Gallagher, previous combinations 2 wins from 2 mounts 100% strike rate at course. Jim Crowley rides 6.30 Rouge Et Noir for C Fellowes, previous combinations 3 wins from 4 mounts 75% strike rate at course NOTTINGHAM: Oisin Murphy rides 3.15 Legendary Day for H Morrison, previous combinations 5 wins from 8 mounts 62% strike rate at course. Erika Parkinson rides 4.55 It Must Be Faith for M Appleby, previous combinations 2 wins from 8 mounts 25% strike rate at course WETHERBY: Danny McMenamin rides 2.13 Pay The Piper for A Hamilton, previous combinations 3 wins from 4 mounts 75% strike rate at course NEW QUARTERS BATH: 2.30 Astrophysics (Miss L Siddall to A Carroll), 2.30 Christines Angel (A Slattery to A Carroll), 4.50 Alghazaal (Kevin Prendergast to M Bell), 5.55 Libby Ami (G Tuer to D Shaw) KEMPTON: 5.30 Claim The Stars (M Johnston to I Williams), 8.30 Strategic Fortune (E Doyle to J Butler) NOTTINGHAM: 4.55 Cometh The Man (D O’Meara to R Cowell) WETHERBY: 1.38 Turaco (H Dunlop to G Brown), 2.13 Hardy Du Seuil (M Seror to J Snowden), 2.48 Olly Golly (P Hobbs to L Horsfall), 2.48 Trac (F Cottin to M Hammond), 3.58 Innisfree Lad (M Sheppard to David Dennis) WIND SURGERY BATH: Christines Angel (2.30) KEMPTON: Sirbowtieman (8.00) NOTTINGHAM: Hemmsa (4.55) WETHERBY: Third Time Lucki (2.13), The Bull Mccabe (3.58) SOCCERBETTINGHOTLINE We’vebeenfindingwinnersfor30years WinnersintheUK,EuropeandAustralia Atleastthreebankersandnapseveryweek Cal09057570145 Calswilcost£1perminuteplusyourtelephonecompany’snetworkaccesscharge.LinesupdatedTuesday, Wednesday,FridayandSaturdayfrom1pm.ServiceProvider:Spoke.Helpdesk03332023390. NOTTINGHAM JASON HEAVEY YESTERDAY’S RESULTS Cape Gentleman ★ completed the full set when cruising to victory in the Watch Racing Free Online At Ladbrokes Beginners at Punchestown. A useful performer on the Flat where he has a rating of 101, he was a Grade Two winner over hurdles in the Dovecote at Kempton last season and has now added a victory over fences at the first attempt. LEICESTER 1.00: 1, IKHTIRAAQ (J Crowley 11-2); 2, Akhu Najla (2-1 fav); 3, Knight Of Honour (6-1). nk, shd. 11 ran. Owen Burrows. Tote: £6.00; pl £1.80, £1.10, £2.20. Exacta: £21.50. Trifecta: £102.50. CSF: £16.94. 1.30: 1, PARLANDO (W Buick 4-5 fav); 2, Dream Show (11-1); 3, Kennet (7-2). hd, 3l. 10 ran. C Appleby. Tote: £1.50; pl £1.10, £3.20, £1.60. Exacta: £9.70. Trifecta: £28.50. CSF: £11.60. 2.05: 1, BENEFIT (J Fahy 15-2); 2, Porsche Cavalier (9-4); 3, Symphony Perfect (11-8 fav). 1 3 /4l, nk. 5 ran. C Cox. Tote: £6.40; pl £2.70, £1.20. Exacta: £23.00. Trifecta: £36.80. CSF: £22.86. NR: Lady Raeburn. 2.40: 1, HURRY UP HEDLEY (A Farragher 7-2 jtfav); 2, Midgetonamission (7-2 jtfav); 3, Fille De La Lune (5-1). 4l, 7 1 /2l. 10 ran. W Haggas. Tote: £4.20; pl 5 ➊ Deauville Legend Rockfire River Of Stars Sweet Madness Fairmac King Of Speed Raasel High Security FOR FUN Which Kent Spitfires cricketer top-scored with an unbeaten 58 in the 2021 T20 Blast Final win over Somerset? Who scored two tries ➋ for Wakefield Trinity in the 44-12 Super League XXVI home win over Hull FC? Which Italian cyclist ➌ won the 2008 Paris-Nice stage race? In which year did ➍ Sadio Mane last fail to score in a Premier League match against Crystal Palace? Which golfer won the ➎ 2021 Dutch Open DS1ST PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES TRACKFACTS Perfectly flat left-hand oval track of one mile four furlongs with a home straight of about four and a half furlongs. High numbers best in sprints when the stalls are placed on the far side. Stalls today 5f Stands Side; 1m Centre; 1m2f Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) M Appleby 40 winners, (16.2% strike rate), -£1.00, R Hannon 23, (13.9%), -£10.87, M Johnston 20, (13.8%), -£62.49, R Varian 20, (19.2%), -£1.75, W Haggas 18, (28.6%), +£4.64, I Williams 16, (21.6%), +£31.30. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Silvestre De Sousa 26 winners, (17.4% strike rate), -£26.14, Andrea Atzeni 22, (22.9%), +£12.70, Ben Curtis 22, (18.6%), +£7.60, Oisin Murphy 21, (23.3%), +£41.21, Daniel Tudhope 14, (18.4%), -£9.07. 1.00 tournament? ANSWERS: Page 41 1.00 1.30 2.05 2.40 3.15 3.50 4.25 4.55 STAR TIP Qitaal Eldar Eldarov Candy Kitchen (nb) Sweet Madness Legendary Day Bay Breeze Natural Path Twice Adaay GOING: Good to SoFT-Good in places BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN STKS (DIV 1) Class 5 2YO 1m (9 runners) £3,780 1 (2) L CAESAR’S PALACE (27) S & E Crisford 9 5......................A Atzeni 60 2 (3) L0 CAPTAIN KANE (11) G Scott 9 5.....................................A Jary (7) 52 3 (9) 4 DEAUVILLE LEGEND (41) J Ferguson 9 5........................N Callan 76 4 (8) DUTY BOUND A Balding 9 5.............................................. H Turner — 5 (6) MEDYAF J & T Gosden 9 5.................................................. W Buick — 6 (5) 33 QITAAL (24)(BF) M Johnston 9 5............................................J Hart ★81 7 (4) 0 REBEL ARMY (27) M & D Easterby 9 5........... Joanna Mason (3) 42 8 (1) WILKINS W Haggas 9 5................................................... D Tudhope — 9 (7) WINDSEEKER R Hannon 9 5......................................... S De Sousa — Star Betting: 9-4 Medyaf, 3 Qitaal, 4 Windseeker, 6 Wilkins, 8 Deauville Legend, 12 Duty Bound, Caesar’s Palace, 100 Captain Kane, Rebel Army. 2020: Set Point 9 5, Ben Curtis 7-2 (H Palmer), drawn (8), 11 ran. STARFORM: QITAAL Danger: Duty Bound 1.30 BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN STKS (DIV 2) Class 5 2YO 1m (9 runners) £3,780 1 (3) 4 BATTANI (18) I Williams 9 5............................................ D Costello ★80 2 (9) L CHURCHILL COLLEGE (16) M Botti 9 5........................... B Curtis 46 3 (4) CLEAR DAY W Haggas 9 5............................................. D Tudhope — 4 (5) ELDAR ELDAROV R Varian 9 5..................................... David Egan — 5 (7) JAMES JUDE A West 9 5..............................................Rossa Ryan — 6 (2) JANOOBI M Johnston 9 5........................................................J Hart — 7 (6) MOONLIGHT DAWN A Keatley 9 5.....................................S James — 8 (1) MOSTLY CLOUDY(H*) A Balding 9 5................................... J Bryan — 9 (8) ROCKFIRE J & T Gosden 9 5............................................... W Buick — Star Betting: 2 Rockfire, 4 Eldar Eldarov, 9-2 Clear Day, 5 Janoobi, 10 Battani, Mostly Cloudy, 20 Moonlight Dawn, 25 James Jude, Churchill College. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: ROCKFIRE Danger: Clear Day 2.05 £1.80, £1.60, £1.80. Exacta: £13.50. Tricast: £61.46. Trifecta: £84.00. CSF: £15.48. 3.15: 1, EMJAYTWENTYTHREE (K O’Neill 33-1); 2, Keep Right On (9-1); 3, Maysong (evens fav). hd, ns. 7 ran. Alice Haynes. Tote: £37.50; pl £8.60, £3.40. Exacta: £294.00. Trifecta: £620.40. CSF: £275.89. 3.50: 1, ABLE KANE (O Murphy 4-1 fav); 2, Tomfre (9-2); 3, Wobwobwob (8-1). 2l, nk. 10 ran. B Millman. Tote: £4.80; pl £1.70, £1.60, £3.10. Exacta: £26.40. Tricast: £140.69. Trifecta: £181.80. CSF: £21.84. 4.25: 1, KENTUCKY KITTEN (W Buick 8-1); 2, Quemonda (9-2 jtfav); 3, La Hulotte (9-1). 9-2 jtfav Avarice. 2 1 /2l, 2l. 14 ran. T Easterby. Tote: £5.90; pl £2.60, £1.80, £3.00. Exacta: £27.00. Tricast: £343.45. Trifecta: £216.70. CSF: £44.69. NR: Her Way, Reverential, Tundra. 4.55: 1, RHYTHM N ROCK (W Buick 5-1); 2, Future King (8-15 fav); 3, How Hard Can It Be (25-1). 1 1 /2l, 8l. 14 ran. J Butler. Tote: £6.00; pl £1.90, £1.10, £4.40. Exacta: £11.40. Trifecta: £97.50. CSF: £8.47. NR: Isle Of Dreams. QUADPOT: £86.00 PLACEPOT: £194.70 HEREFORD 1.38: 1, HONNEUR D’AJONC (Chester Williams 3-10 fav); 2, Brandy Cove (11-2); 3, Baladio (13-2). 6 1 /2l, nk. 4 ran. Mrs J Williams. Tote: £1.10; Exacta: £2.20. Trifecta: £2.90. CSF: £2.43. 2.13: 1, HIDDEN DEPTHS (S Twiston-Davies 4-1 fav); 2, Kendelu (5-1); 3, Arty Campbell (11-2). ns, 2 1 /2l. 13 ran. N Mulholland. Tote: £4.20; pl £1.90, £2.10, £2.10. Exacta: £30.00. Tricast: £111.08. Trifecta: £114.40. CSF: £22.89. 2.48: 1, NO ANXIETY (G Sheehan 15-8); 2, Fox Pro (9-4); 3, Aimee De Sivola (6-4 fav). 3 1 /2l, 6l. 3 ran. J Snowden. Tote: £2.10; Exacta: £5.50. Trifecta: £7.00. CSF: £5.70. 3.23: 1, PRESENTING YEATS (P Brennan 11-10 fav); 2, Morraman (11- 2); 3, Some Detail (4-1). 3 /4l, 3 3 /4l. 5 ran. M Harris. Tote: £1.80; pl £1.10, £2.30. Exacta: £6.50. Trifecta: £17.70. CSF: £7.58. 3.58: 1, LOST IN MONTMARTRE (A Edwards 10-11 fav); 2, Jubilympics (15-8); 3, Wilde Spirit (4-1). 9 1 /2l, 30l. 3 ran. A Ralph. Tote: £1.80; Exacta: £2.70. Trifecta: £3.10. CSF: £2.93. 4.33: 1, MISS BAMBY (J Bowen 13-2); 2, Josie Abbing (11-10 fav); 3, Kentford Mallard (8-1). 1 /2l, 14l. 7 ran. J Mackie. Tote: £7.70; pl £2.80, £1.20. Exacta: £18.70. Trifecta: £110.50. CSF: £14.34. 5.07: 1, JERSEY LADY (B J Powell 7-4); 2, Tiger Orchid (1-2 fav); 1 1 /2l. 3 ran. O Sherwood. Tote: £2.30; Exacta: £2.40. Trifecta: £3.10. CSF: £3.14. QUADPOT: £12.10 PLACEPOT: £37.40 HUNTINGDON 1.55: 1, ANY GIVIN SUNDAY (Jonjo O’Neill Jr 9-1); 2, Percy’s Word (8-13 fav); 3, James Park Woods (12-1). 1 1 /2l, 1 3 /4l. 7 ran. Jonjo O’Neill. Tote: £8.20; pl £3.60, £1.10. Exacta: £15.70. Trifecta: £65.40. CSF: £15.43. 2.30: 1, SOMEWHAT CLOUDY (B Hughes 4-1); 2, I Spy A Diva (5-4 fav); 3, Miss Mcgugen (7-5). ns, 24l. 4 ran. D McCain. Tote: £3.40; Exacta: £6.70. Trifecta: £9.20. CSF: £9.71. 3.05: 1, YOUR DARLING (Luca Morgan 10-3); 2, Do Wanna Know SPORTWORD ACROSS 1. Ivo ........, Croatian tennis player; winner of the 2007 Nottingham Open and 2016 Los Cabos Open singles tournaments (8) 6 and 19 Across. Warwickshire batsman who made 127 against Lancashire in the 2021 County Championship at Old Trafford (5,8) 7. Radomir ....., 1980-84 Luton Town defender; 1991-92 Barcelona and 2008-10 Serbia coach (5) 9. Roberto Bautista ...., 2018 Dubai Tennis Championships singles title winner (4) 10. Laurent ......, 1983 Tour de France winner (6) 12. Diana ......, 1986 European Championships discus gold medallist (6) 14. Rhys ...., Cardiff Blues prop; 2010 Wales Test debutant against Ireland (4) 17. See 18 Across. 18 and 17 Across. 1992 and 2015 Africa Cup of Nations champions (5,5) 19. See 6 Across. BRITISH EBF MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES Class 5 2YO 1m (11 runners) £3,780 1 (8) 42 CANDY KITCHEN (47) M Bell 9 0................................... O Murphy ★85 2 (4) L CET HORIZON (40) W Haggas 9 0................................ D Tudhope 76 3 (7) 34 MAKING MUSIC (33) W Muir & C Grassick 9 0............L Edmunds 79 4 (6) 6L MALORIE (48)(H) M Botti 9 0..............................................N Callan 61 5 (2) 00 MANSHOODAH (14)(H) I Mohammed 9 0.................... H Burns (5) 75 6 (1) MISS BLENNERHASSET R Beckett 9 0............................. B Curtis — 7 (5) PEACE OFFERING J & T Gosden 9 0................................. W Buick — 8 (11) 3 RIVER OF STARS (33) R Beckett 9 0...........................Rossa Ryan 83 9 (10) STEEL DUCHESS Alice Haynes 9 0................................... K O’Neill — 10 (9) L3 TYPICAL WOMAN (14) I Williams 9 0............................ D Costello 82 11 (3) VOODOO QUEEN R Varian 9 0............................................A Atzeni — Star Betting: 3 Peace Offering, 7-2 Candy Kitchen, 5 River Of Stars, Voodoo Queen, 6 Typical Woman, 12 Cet Horizon, 14 Making Music, 16 Miss Blennerhasset, 25 others. 2020: Noon Star 9 0, Ryan Moore 11-4 (Sir M Stoute), drn (3), 9 ran. STARFORM: CANDY KITCHEN Danger: River Of Stars 2.40 JOIN RACING TV NOW NURSERY Class 5 2YO 1m (13 runners) £3,240 1 (14) 652 SHABANO (44) R Beckett 9 9........................................DOUBTFUL 2 (3) 4030 ALDBOURNE (8)(P) A Balding 9 8................................... O Murphy 74 3 (10) 0062 BAZALGETTE (18) M Channon 9 7.............................. David Egan 74 4 (13) 1064 DARK TULIP (17)(C,G) R Hannon 9 7................................A Atzeni 74 5 (5) 0400 SNOW HAWK (39) S Kirk 9 4.............................................. B Curtis ★77 6 (7) 5L51 SWEET MADNESS (21)(D,G) K Tutty 9 4...........Gemma Tutty (3) 74 7 (6) 5L2 NEVER NO TROUBLE (47) Adrian Nicholls 9 4............ B McHugh 73 8 (8) 0405 RED JOAN (29) J & T Gosden 9 3...................................... W Buick 74 9 (1) 646 A BETTER WORLD (11) Phillip Makin 9 2...........................R Scott 71 10 (12) 5600 YEEEAAH (26) M Dods 9 1...............................................C Beasley 75 11 (2) 0L5L STONE AXE (39) M Johnston 8 12.........................................J Hart 73 12 (4) 04L CLARITUDO (34) Harry Eustace 8 12.................................. G Wood 72 13 (11) 0600 FOUR NOTES (30) A King 8 9..................................................G Lee 73 14 (9) 0LL MARBUZET (22)(B*) T Easterby 8 0.............................D Fentiman 70 LONG HANDICAP: Marbuzet 7-13. Star Betting: 4 Never No Trouble, 9-2 Bazalgette, 5 Sweet Madness, 6 Aldbourne, 8 Red Joan, 12 others. 2020: Gordonstoun 9 7, Cieren Fallon 4-1 JtFav (P & O Cole), drawn (12), 14 ran. STARFORM: SWEET MADNESS Danger: Bazalgette 3.15 KIER CONSTRUCTION HANDICAP Class 3 1m 2f (9 runners) £7,731 1 (8) 1L2L UNITED FRONT (18)(D,A)(H*) M Appleby 4 10 3....... S De Sousa 91 2 (2) 3163 PRINCE OF HARTS (13)(C,D,A,G,S) B Millman 5 9 9.David Egan 92 3 (6) 134L FAIRMAC (18)(BF,D2,G,S)(B) M Johnston 3 9 7............... W Buick ★93 4 (3) L026 GLENTANEOUS (35)(A) B Meehan 3 9 7...........................A Atzeni 91 5 (5) 2102 KOLISI (65)(BF,D,S) W Haggas 3 9 5............................ D Tudhope 89 6 (1) 60L4 BALGAIR (25)(G) Tom Clover 7 9 4.....................................N Callan 91 7 (7) 1130 LEGENDARY DAY (57)(BF,C,G,S) H Morrison 3 9 4...... O Murphy 91 8 (4) 1210 SILVER GUNN (31)(CD,D,G,S)(H) M Botti 3 9 3...........D E Hogan 89 9 (9) 50-6 SANDYMAN (152)(D2,G,S) M Appleby 5 9 1.................T Ladd (3) 86 Star Betting: 7-2 Kolisi, 4 Fairmac, 5 Legendary Day, 7 Prince Of Harts, 8 Silver Gunn, Glentaneous, Balgair, 10 Others. 2020: Lunar Jet 6 9 4, Phil Dennis 12-1 (J Mackie), drn (8), 7 ran. STARFORM Fairmac 10-11fav (9-7) Led, tried to quicken 2f out, ridden over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, no chance with winner, last of 2, 4 1/2l behind Pride Of Priory (9-0) at Haydock 1m 2f 3yo hcp 0-90 (3) gf in Sep. Kolisi 11-10fav (9-2) Held up off the pace in 3rd, pushed along and outpaced over 3f out, ridden and no impression when hung badly left from2 f out, went 2nd final 110 yards, no chance with winner, 2nd of 3, 6l behind Platinumcard (9-5) at Ayr 1m 2f hcp 0-95 (3) sft in Aug. STARFORM: FAIRMAC Danger: Kolisi down 2. Sebastian ....., 1996-2012 Uruguay and 1998-2004 Deportivo La Coruna striker (5) 3 and 11 Down. 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 BDO World Darts Championship women’s winner (4,6) 4. Nikola ......, Croatia, West Ham and former Everton midfielder (6) 5. Tommy ....., 1979-83 Manchester City defender; 1981 FA Cup Final runner-up (5) 6. Name given to any of the horse races The Oaks, Derby, St. Leger, 1,000 Guineas or 2,000 Guineas (7) 8. Patrick ......., US golfer; Memorial Tournament winner in 2019 and 2021 (7) 11. See 3 Down. 13. Colin ....., striker who played in all four divisions of both England and Scotland (5) 15. Alex ....., Nigeria, Everton and former Arsenal attacker (5) 16. 2021-22 Serie B club coached by Luca D’Angelo (4) Call 0907 181 2622 for today’s solution. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390. Turn to Page 41 for yesterday’s answers. 3.50 (9-2); 3, Quick Draw (11-4). 5-2 fav Rapid Flight. 3 3 /4l, 1 /2l. 7 ran. B Pauling. Tote: £4.30; pl £2.10, £2.60. Exacta: £19.40. Trifecta: £55.40. CSF: £18.37. 3.40: 1, PELTWELL (T Scudamore 17-2); 2, Fanfan Du Seuil (11-2); 3, Theocrat (8-1). 5-2 fav Tonyx. 2 3 /4l, 1l. 9 ran. N Mulholland. Tote: £6.20; pl £2.10, £2.30, £2.50. Exacta: £38.80. Tricast: £392.91. Trifecta: £142.00. CSF: £55.62. 4.15: 1, ACHY BREAKY HEART (M Bastyan 6-4 fav); 2, Miami Present (11- 1); 3, Rintulla (8-1). 4 1 /4l, 4 1 /2l. 8 ran. M Harris. Tote: £2.20; pl £1.10, £3.10, £2.30. Exacta: £19.80. Tricast: £102.59. Trifecta: £154.80. CSF: £18.56. 4.50: 1, RAILWAY MUICE (N Scholfield 10-3); 2, Bean In Trouble (11-2); 3, Motion In Limine (13-2). 16-5 fav White Walker. 2l, 1l. 11 ran. S Humphrey. Tote: £4.00; pl £1.50, £2.00, £2.60. Exacta: £20.60. Tricast: £112.23. Trifecta: £82.60. CSF: £21.70. QUADPOT: £14.50 PLACEPOT: £81.10 NEWCASTLE 5.00: 1, FREEWHEELIN (JP Sullivan 80-1); 2, Metal Man (4-1); 3, Victoriano (16-1). 4-6 fav Lindwall. 1 1 /4l, 1l. 12 ran. T Tate. Tote: £139.10; pl £3.00, £16.10, £1.60. Exacta: £1074.50. Tricast: £5451.36. Trifecta: £5168.60. CSF: £383.34. NR: Globetrotter. 5.30: 1, PALLAS DANCER (B Robinson 5-2); 2, Golden Hind (9-2); 3, Miss Paloma (2-1 fav). nk, 2l. 8 ran. B Ellison. Tote: £3.00; pl £1.30, £1.50, £1.20. Exacta: £14.40. Tricast: £25.57. Trifecta: £46.90. CSF: £14.22. NR: Countessa. 1 2 3 4 5 6.00: 1, NEPTUNIAN (J Mitchell 8-15 fav); 2, Foxy Rascal (4-1); 3, Pink Crystal (9-1). 1 1 /2l, 1 1 /4l. 13 ran. M Meade. Tote: £1.30; pl £1.10, £1.60, £2.70. Exacta: £4.40. Trifecta: £16.90. CSF: £2.57. NR: Roshambo. 6.30: 1, POCKET THE PROFIT (M Crehan 11-8 fav); 2, Stromboli (14-1); 3, Addie Boo Boo (28-1). 1 1 /4l, nk. 11 ran. G Boughey. Tote: £2.30; pl £1.10, £3.20, £6.60. Exacta: £24.40. Tricast: £392.94. Trifecta: £278.80. CSF: £24.20. 7.00: 1, HOT DIGGITY DOG (C Rodriguez 12-1); 2, Variety Island (7-2); 3, She’s The Danger (13-2). 10-3 fav Beauzon. shd, 1 3 /4l. 11 ran. K Dalgleish. Tote: £11.80; pl £3.60, £1.70, £2.60. Exacta: £59.10. Tricast: £312.00. Trifecta: £582.70. CSF: £53.59. 7.30: 1, SERENADING (P J McDonald 5-2 fav); 2, Cosmos Raj (7-2); 3, Whatwouldyouknow (16-1). 1 /2l, nk. 12 ran. J Fanshawe. Tote: £3.20; pl £1.30, £1.80, £3.50. Exacta: £15.00. Tricast: £119.83. Trifecta: £116.50. CSF: £10.52. 8.00: 1, TOP TABLE (P J McDonald 10-3); 2, Baltic Coast (9-4); 3, Substantial (11-8 fav). 2 1 /4l, 2l. 8 ran. J & T Gosden. Tote: £3.70; pl £1.40, £1.20, £1.10. Exacta: £12.70. Trifecta: £30.70. CSF: £11.37. 8.30: 1, CAPTAIN VALLO (Ryan Sexton 11-4 fav); 2, Burrows Seeside (5-1); 3, Spartan Fighter (7-2). 1 /2l, 1 1 /4l. 13 ran. Phillip Makin. Tote: £3.80; pl £1.70, £2.20, £1.70. Exacta: £22.00. Tricast: £52.65. Trifecta: £89.30. CSF: £15.91. NR: Merry Secret. JACKPOT: Not won, pool of £53,769.22 carried over. QUADPOT: £7.00 PLACEPOT: £64.70 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ANDERSON GREEN NURSERY Class 4 2YO 5f (9 runners) £4,320 1 (8) 2331 JOSIES KID (5)(D,S)(P) Alice Haynes 9 10(6ex)............... K O’Neill 83 2 (9) 0332 POPPY PETAL (14)(D,S)(V*) K Dalgleish 9 7..............C Rodriguez 82 3 (1) 2221 SILKY WILKIE (22)(D,G) K Burke 9 6.....................................C Lee 86 4 (2) 310 KING OF SPEED (118)(D,G) R Cowell 9 5.................. David Egan 81 5 (3) 0L30 ZEBELLE (18)(D2,G,S) G Boughey 9 3.............................. W Buick 83 6 (6) 4124 HELVETIQUE (36)(BF,G)(P*) R Beckett 9 2.................Rossa Ryan 82 7 (7) L25L SHOWDIEMLAD (100) M Channon 9 1........................... O Murphy 84 8 (5) L015 ANGLE LAND (77)(D,S) R Cowell 9 0................................N Callan 83 9 (4) 4413 BAY BREEZE (5)(D,S) T Easterby 8 11........................D Fentiman ★88 Star Betting: 7-2 Josies Kid, 5 Silky Wilkie, 6 Helvetique, Bay Breeze, Poppy Petal, 8 King Of Speed, 10 Others. 2020: Fantasy Master 9 0, Silvestre De Sousa 3-1 (M Appleby), drawn (1), 5 ran. STARFORM Silky Wilkie 6-4fav (9-3) Chased leaders, ridden 2f out, headway 1f out, kept on well to lead towards finish, won at Beverley 5f 2yo nov stk (5) gd in Sep beating Rambuso Creek (9-5) by 1 1/4l, 11 ran. Josies Kid 13-2 (8-4) Chased leader, went 2nd in final furlong, ran on gamely, led towards finish, won at York 5f 2yo hcp 0-95 (3) sft beating Korker (9-4) by 1/2l, 12 ran. Poppy Petal 9-4 (9-2) Well away, led, brought over to stand rail well over 2f out, ridden 2f out, headed over 1f out, kept on, no match for winner, 2nd of 5, 3 1/2l behind Princess Shabnam (9-5) at Catterick 5f 2yo nov stk (5) gs in Sep. STARFORM: SILKY WILKIE Danger: Showdiemlad 4.25 PERSIMMON HOMES HANDICAP Class 4 5f (8 runners) £4,347 1 (1) 5211 NATURAL PATH (27)(G,S) M Bell 4 9 11........................ O Murphy 93 2 (8) -L01 LIPSINK (13)(D,A)(V) R Cowell 4 9 11.................. O Stammers (5) 92 3 (3) -66L WRENTHORPE (53)(CD4,D,G,S)(P) B Smart 6 9 7...............G Lee 79 4 (2) LL36 EQUALITY (21)(D,A) C Hills 3 9 7.......................................A Atzeni 90 5 (5) LL11 RAASEL (14)(CD,D2,G,S)(H) M Appleby 4 9 2.................. W Buick ★94 6 (4) 0403 HEY MR (14)(CD,S) R Varian 3 9 1...............................Rossa Ryan 92 7 (6) LL20 FANTASY MASTER (31)(CD2,G,S)(P) M Appleby 3 9 1... B Curtis 90 8 (7) 06-2 TROPICS (251)(D4,A,G,S) D Ivory 13 8 9...........................L Jones 92 Star Betting: 5-2 Raasel, 11-4 Natural Path, 6 Lipsink, Hey Mr, 8 Equality, 12 Wrenthorpe, Fantasy Master, 16 Tropics. 2020: Wrenthorpe 5 9 4, Graham Lee 9-2 (B Smart), drn (1), 10 ran. STARFORM: RAASEL Danger: Natural Path 4.55 DAVIS SITE SECURITY HANDICAP Class 6 5f (17 runners) £2,700 1 (1) 54L6 DARK SHOT (11)(D4,A,G,S)(B) S Dixon 8 9 7............ J Fisher (5) 74 2 (5) 32L4 MEHMO (12)(D,G)(V) M Appleby 3 9 6............................... W Buick 74 3 (8) 4236 ALEEF (16)(D4,A,G,S)(P*,T) K Frost 8 9 6........................... S Gray 77 4 (11) 20L0 SOMEWHERE SECRET (5)(D4,G,S)(V) R Menzies 7 9 5... J Garritty 75 5 (3) 6LLL AFANDEM (27)(CD,D5,G,S)(P) T Easterby 7 9 4........D Fentiman 60 6 (15) 33L1 HIGH SECURITY (21)(D,G)(P) N Tinkler 3 9 4.....................R Scott 74 7 (16) 3530 TOM’S REIGN BEAU (21)(D,G)(B) T Easterby 3 9 3...JP Sullivan 75 8 (14) 6430 COMETH THE MAN (51)(BF) R Cowell 3 9 2....................N Callan 76 9 (6) 4100 TWICE ADAAY (51)(D,S)(P) A Keatley 3 9 1................... O Murphy 78 10 (7) 1453 BRANDY STATION (17)(D6,A,G,S)(P) L Williamson 6 9 0.Z Wheatley (7) 75 11 (4) 2006 REFUGE (21)(D,S)(P,T) M & D Easterby 4 9 0................... B Curtis 79 12 (17) 4062 RED WALLS (13)(D,A) L Williamson 3 9 0..................... D Costello 76 13 (10) LL00 CAPTAIN CORCORAN (9)(D2,S) E Alston 4 8 13... Morgan Cole (7) 73 14 (9) 405L HEMMSA (92) T Kent 3 8 13................................. O Stammers (5) 75 15 (13) -L5L SHOW PALACE (79)(CD3,D9,G,S)(P) J Candlish 8 8 12... R Ryan ★80 16 (12) 4L02 IT MUST BE FAITH (14)(CD2,A,F,G,S)(V) M Appleby 11 8 9.... E Parkinson (7) 71 17 (2) 5656 SAMBUCCA SPIRIT (72)(BF,D2,G,S) P Midgley 5 8 5... C Hardie 77 Star Betting: 7 Cometh The Man, High Security, 8 Mehmo, Red Walls, 10 others. 2020: Tilsworth Rose 6 8 5, T H Hansen(3) 13-2 (J R Jenkins), drn (1), 10 ran. STARFORM: TWICE ADAAY Danger: High Security

DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 39 DS1ST BATH WETHERBY KEMPTON KEY TO THE CARDS: our racecards are designed to give you a better, easier to understand guide to the runners. Brackets after the racecard number indicate the draw in Flat races. In the form figures, an ‘L’ indicates the horse finished in last place and a # indicates Bumper form. Figures in brackets after each horse’s name indicate the number of days since the horse last ran. (C) indicates a course winner, (D) indicates a winner over the same distance as today’s race. (B) or (V) indicates that the horse wears blinkers or a visor. (T) indicates that the horse wears a tongue strap. * indicates if wearing blinkers or visor for first time. (P) indicates that the horse is wearing a Cheek Piece. (BF) stands for beaten favourite. (F) is winner on firm going, (G) on good going, (S) on soft going and (A) on the all weather. The figures in the last column after the jockey’s name is an exclusive Clockform rating giving a guide to the horse’s chance. The highest figure denotes the top rated, which is also pinpointed by a ★. PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES JASON HEAVEY New Reality Pay The Piper (nb) Glencassley Whoshotthesheriff The Bull Mccabe Return Ticket Tommy’s Oscar STAR TIP New Reality Third Time Lucki Siruh Du Lac Road Warrior Native Fighter Across The Line Alqamar (trb) GOING: Good 1.38 2.13 2.48 3.23 3.58 4.33 5.05 1.38 OLICANA PARK ‘DINGHAM DASH’ JUVENILE HURDLE Class 4 (9 flights) 3YO 2m (7 runners) £4,084 1 1 NEW REALITY (38)(D,G) N Hawke 11 5.....................................................D Noonan 110 2 0P ROYAL REGARD (149)(P*) T R George 10 12............................................ J J Burke ★116 3 TURACO (F363) G Brown 10 12.................................................................. B Hughes — 4 65 VON MELAS (18)(P*) M & D Easterby 10 12....................................... Sean Quinlan 113 5 4 WE STILL BELIEVE (15) B Haslam 10 12............................................. R McLernon 108 6 BATTLE ANGEL (F38) M Walford 10 5.....................................................J Hamilton — 7 3 NASTASIYA (20)(H*,P*) T Davidson 10 5.........................................................H Reed 86 Star Betting: Evens New Reality, 4 Turaco, 15-2 Nastasiya, 8 We Still Believe, 10 Battle Angel, 14 Royal Regard, 16 Von Melas. 2020: Historic Heart 11 4, David Noonan 8-1 (N Hawke), 10 ran. STARFORM: NASTASIYA Danger: New Reality 2.13 MARY LOFTHOUSE SPINAL RESEARCH NOVICES’ CHASE Class 3 (13 fences) 1m 7f (3 runners) £7,080 1 11112-2 PAY THE PIPER (20)(S) A Hamilton 6 11 2........................................ D McMenamin ★153 2 121464- THIRD TIME LUCKI (187)(BF,S) D Skelton 6 11 2....................................H Skelton — 3 2L1- HARDY DU SEUIL (232)(S) J Snowden 4 10 7........................................G Sheehan — Star Betting: 4-5 Third Time Lucki, 15-8 Pay The Piper, 5 Hardy Du Seuil. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: PAY THE PIPER Danger: Third Time Lucki 2.48 FOLLOW RACINGTV ON TWITTER NOVICES’ HURDLE Class 4 (11 flights) 2m 4f (10 runners) £4,193 1 551/6-1 GLENCASSLEY (156)(G,S) C Longsdon 6 11 5......................................... B Hughes 117 2 00L- BREAKWATER BUOY (233) D Skelton 5 10 12.........................................H Skelton 58 3 CARDANO (F18)(P*) I Williams 5 10 12...................................................... C Todd (3) — 4 221F43- NOT WHAT IT SEEMS (195)(S)(H) M Hammond 5 10 12....................... C O’Farrell ★121 5 P4/ OLLY GOLLY (619) L Horsfall 8 10 12..................................................... H Bannister — 6 11PF/U- SIRUH DU LAC (333)(G,S) D Pipe 8 10 12.......................................... T Scudamore — 7 PHOENIX STRIKE (F116) B Haslam 4 10 10........................................ R McLernon — 8 2P35-44 TRAC (134) M Hammond 4 10 10.................................................................A Cawley — 9 6 POUND OFF YOU (F29) G Boanas 5 10 5........................................... Sean Quinlan 81 10 0- ROBYN PUD (F76) Ruth Jefferson 7 10 5.................................................J Hamilton — Star Betting: 5-4 Siruh Du Lac, 9-4 Cardano, 7-2 Glencassley, 12 Not What It Seems, 16 Pound Off You, 25 Trac, 50 Olly Golly, 66 Phoenix Strike, 100 others. 2020: Ask A Honey Bee 6 10 12, Paddy Brennan 1-2 Fav (F O’Brien), 10 ran. STARFORM: GLENCASSLEY Danger: Cardano 3.23 BOBBY RENTON HANDICAP CHASE Class 3 (16 fences) 2m 3f (5 runners) £5,882 1 1P-1PLP LOCK’S CORNER (23)(G,S)(P,T) Jonjo O’Neill 7 11 12.................. Jonjo O’Neill Jr ★147 2 21L31L- WHOSHOTTHESHERIFF (178)(D,G,S) P Kirby 7 11 10..................... Sean Quinlan 140 3 12L130- GAELIK COAST (188)(G,S) D McCain 7 11 6............................................ B Hughes 141 4 34-1222 YCCS PORTOCERVO (38)(BF,G,S) Dr R Newland 6 11 2........... S Twiston-Davies 145 5 22L111- ROAD WARRIOR (176)(D,G,S)(T) R Menzies 7 10 10................................H Brooke 144 Star Betting: 9-4 Yccs Portocervo, 5-2 Whoshotthesheriff, 3 Road Warrior, 5 Gaelik Coast, 10 Lock’s Corner. 2020: Cool Mix 8 10 12, Conor O’Farrell 17-2 (I Jardine), 14 ran. STARFORM: YCCS PORTOCERVO Danger: Lock’s Corner 3.58 BRIDGES MODULAR NEW ENTRANCE BUILDING HCAP HDLE Class 3 (13 flights) 3m (8 runners) £4,956 1 3254-L2 TEESCOMPONENTS LAD (21)(C,G,S)(P) G Boanas 8 11 12............T Midgley (7) 130 2 421-L22 THE BULL MCCABE (51)(G)(P*,T) K Bailey 7 11 12......................................D Bass 126 3 01/F14- FLIGHT DECK (235)(BF,S)(P*) Jonjo O’Neill 7 11 12..................... Jonjo O’Neill Jr 130 4 33212-U BOOTLEGGER (162)(BF,G,S)(T) T Davidson 8 11 9.............................K Brogan (3) — 5 162310- INNISFREE LAD (178)(G,S) David Dennis 9 11 7...................................... B Hughes 124 6 30-1331 NATIVE FIGHTER (44)(G,S) J Moffatt 7 11 7........................... Charlotte Jones (5) 131 7 0241122 CATCHMEIFYOUCAN (46)(BF,D,G) J Candlish 7 11 1....................... Sean Quinlan ★133 8 01/55-2 DA VINCI HAND (119)(G)(T) J E Foster 6 10 7........................................ S Coltherd 117 Star Betting: 3 Catchmeifyoucan, 7-2 Bootlegger, 9-2 Native Fighter, 6 Flight Deck, 7 The Bull Mccabe, 8 Teescomponents Lad, 12 Da Vinci Hand, 16 Innisfree Lad. 2020: Mr Scrumpy 6 11 8, Joe Colliver 3-1 Fav (J O’Keeffe), 11 ran. STARFORM: CATCHMEIFYOUCAN Danger: The Bull McCabe 4.33 PETER BEAUMONT MEMORIAL HANDICAP CHASE Class 3 (13 fences) 1m 7f (6 runners) £5,882 1 14631P- RETURN TICKET (178)(G,S)(T) R Menzies 8 12 2.....................................H Brooke 137 2 1F2L1L- SOME REIGN (178)(G,S) R Dobbin 10 12 2............................................. C O’Farrell 136 3 42L1L-3 PRINCE ESCALUS (18)(G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 6 11 8.......................... Jonjo O’Neill Jr 131 4 401215- RUINOUS (200)(BF,G,S) T Reed 6 11 8...........................................................H Reed 140 5 134123- ACROSS THE LINE (200)(BF,S) D Skelton 6 11 4.....................................H Skelton — 6 3-032UL BALLYVIC BORU (86)(CD2,A,G,S) B Ellison 9 11 0.................................. B Hughes ★141 Star Betting: 5-2 Across The Line, 3 Ruinous, 4 Prince Escalus, 5 Return Ticket, 13-2 Some Reign, 10 Ballyvic Boru. 2020: Amoola Gold 7 11 2, Harry Skelton 4-1 (D Skelton), 11 ran. STARFORM: BALLYVIC BORU Danger: Some Reign 5.05 RACING TV CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS’ HANDICAP HURDLE Class 3 (9 flights) 2m (6 runners) £4,956 1 112613- TOMMY’S OSCAR (178)(D3,S) A Hamilton 6 11 12....................... W Shanahan (5) 140 2 1631-12 TAKEIT EASY (120)(D3,G,S) Mrs P Sly 6 11 5.....................................Paul O’Brien 142 3 2-1111 ALQAMAR (46)(D,G,S) J Moffatt 7 11 5.......................................... Charlotte Jones 143 4 12LL1P- ANOTHER THEATRE (181)(D3,S) P Kirby 8 10 11....................... J Williamson (3) 140 5 3-6L342 CONSTANCIO (24)(BF,D,G)(B) D McCain 8 10 7....................... P J Kavanagh (10) ★144 6 3L/25L- SCORCHED EARTH (F81)(D,S)(H*) T Coyle 5 10 7....................................O Brown 88 Star Betting: 2 Alqamar, 3 Takeit Easy, 7-2 Tommy’s Oscar, 5 Constancio, 10 Another Theatre, 16 Scorched Earth. STARFORM: ALQAMAR Danger: Takeit Easy PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES JASON HEAVEY Rocking Reg Washraa Nefarious (nap) Carbon Super Over Los Camachos Queen Of Burgundy Chloellie STAR TIP Brazen Belle Claim The Stars Nelson Gay Astaroth Hold Fast Yorkshire Pirlo Hot Desert Tawtheef GOING: Standard to Slow 5.00 5.30 6.00 6.30 7.00 7.30 8.00 8.30 JACKPOT AND PLACEPOT FirST SIX RACES JASON HEAVEY Bluebell Way Ruby Cottage Rum Cocktail Al Aabir Abstinence Dreamweaver Super Superjack (trb) Lamorna Cove STAR TIP Therehegoes Cherish Coup De Force Al Aabir (nap) Thousand Oaks Monbaher Super Superjack Hurricane Helen GOING: Good to Firm 1.55 2.30 3.05 3.40 4.15 4.50 5.25 5.55 1.55 CAZOO NURSERY Class 6 2YO 6f (13 runners) £2,700 1 (15) 001L PRINCE KENDEUX (42)(A) T Dascombe 9 7...............L Catton (7) 68 2 (10) 1224 THEREHEGOES (31)(C,F) R Brisland 9 7..........................J Watson 69 3 (13) L04 CHIQUEADOR (49) K P De Foy 9 6...................Miss Mia Biggs (7) 64 4 (6) 4322 BURTONLODGE BEAUTY (13) M Channon 9 5..............D Probert 71 5 (3) 030 SENSE OF SECURITY (14) R Hughes 9 4.......................... P Dobbs 67 6 (1) 61LL BELLA’S PEARL (31)(S) W Kittow 9 4.......................... C Shepherd 70 7 (7) 4560 NOBLE ALBERT (30)(B*) A Murphy 9 4.......................T Marquand ★72 8 (11) LL3 SHE’S SOPHIE (25) P Evans 9 3................................ P-L Jamin (3) 66 9 (8) 3225 SAPPHIRE’S MOON (14) A Carroll 9 3..............................T Whelan 70 10 (4) 304 MISS ANACO (17) B Millman 9 2...................................... R Coakley 66 11 (14) 0022 BLUEBELL WAY (16) M Channon 9 1...............................D Keenan 68 12 (5) L300 FIJI GOLD (9)(P) R Cowell 9 0........................................ DOUBTFUL 13 (2) L560 MISS BELLADONNA (11) D Shaw 8 11........................ A Beech (5) 69 14 (9) 60L0 POWER IL TOPO (54) P Evans 8 5................................ DOUBTFUL 15 (12) L0L RINGO STARLIGHT (62)(B*) A Murphy 8 2.................. G Rooke (3) 68 Star Betting: 7-2 Burtonlodge Beauty, 5 She’s Sophie, 7 Bluebell Way, 8 Prince Kendeux, 10 Therehegoes, Sense Of Security, 12 Chiqueador, Miss Anaco, Sapphire’s Moon, 14 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: BURTONLODGE BEAUTY Danger: Therehegoes 2.30 RACING TO SCHOOL HANDICAP Class 5 6f (16 runners) £3,240 1 (5) 2066 BLACKCASTLE STORM (17)(A)(B*) R Hughes 4 9 10...... P Dobbs 78 2 (13) 2221 RUBY COTTAGE (16)(CD2,F,G) M Saunders 3 9 9............... R Tate 79 3 (16) 5130 HANDYTALK (17)(CD2,D2,F,G,S)(P*) B Millman 8 9 8.. R Coakley 77 4 (17) 6532 AMATHUS (23)(BF,D2,G) P Chamings 4 9 8....................D Probert 78 5 (3) 250L THE BLUE BOWER (25)(D3,A,S) J Portman 4 9 7...........R Hornby ★80 6 (14) 0333 GREY GALLEON (60)(CD,D,G)(V) R Teal 7 9 6............ G Rooke (3) 77 7 (9) 1005 SYMBOL OF HOPE (17)(G) G Harris 3 9 4.................. K Shoemark 78 8 (8) 2103 RED ALERT (16)(CD4,D3,A,F,G) A Carroll 7 9 4..... Jordan Williams (7) 76 9 (7) 1110 CHERISH (31)(C3,D,F,G,S) A Carroll 4 9 4.........Mollie Phillips (5) 77 10 (2) 3334 WE’RE REUNITED (16)(CD,A,G) R Harris 4 9 3...............T Whelan 77 11 (11) 11L4 PORTELET BAY (23)(CD,D2,G,S)(V) P Evans 3 9 3.P-L Jamin (3) 77 12 (12) 0054 CLOWNSMAN (22) T Ward 3 9 0...................................T Marquand 72 13 (6) 66L6 TAWAAFOQ (34)(CD,D5,A,F,G,S)(H) A Wintle 7 8 13...C Hutchinson (5) 75 14 (10) 00-6 ASTROPHYSICS (158)(D3,A,G,S) A Carroll 9 8 10..........J Watson 75 15 (1) 0365 OKAIDI (16) A Carroll 4 8 5.................................................D Keenan 77 16 (15) 000- CHRISTINES ANGEL (431) A Carroll 4 8 5.................. A Beech (5) — 17 (4) 2140 SHANI (56)(C,S) A Carroll 4 8 5....................................... DOUBTFUL Star Betting: 4 Ruby Cottage, 7 Amathus, 15-2 Cherish, 8 Blackcastle Storm, Grey Galleon, 10 Handytalk, 12 Portelet Bay, We’re Reunited, 14 others. 2020: Michaels Choice 4 9 10, Tom Marquand 7-1 (W Jarvis), drawn (8), 15 ran. STARFORM: CHERISH Danger: Portelet Bay 3.05 EBF NOVICE STAKES Class 5 2YO 5f (10 runners) £4,050 1 (5) 51 RUM COCKTAIL (68)(G) C Cox 9 5...................................D Probert 86 2 (11) L GLAMPING (21) R Harris 9 3...............................................T Whelan 12 3 (6) 64 WOWZERS (14)(H) C Cox 9 3..................................................J Fahy 71 4 (4) 310L COUP DE FORCE (98)(BF,D,G) W Kittow 9 2.............. C Shepherd 84 5 (7) 60 ACCELERANDO (14)(H) S & E Crisford 8 12.......................R Havlin 68 6 (8) 24 BRIDES BAY (23) R Hughes 8 12................................... DOUBTFUL 7 (3) 23 COAST (17)(BF) M Meade 8 12......................................T Marquand 85 8 (2) LL CURB APPEAL (39) V Dartnall 8 12.....................C Hutchinson (5) 26 9 (10) HOT LEGS LIL J Tuite 8 12.................................................J Fanning — 10 (9) 2 SIXTH STREET (23) R Hannon 8 12...................................D O’Neill ★87 11 (1) 02 TRUE ICON (14) W Haggas 8 12.................................. K Shoemark 85 Star Betting: 3 Rum Cocktail, 7-2 Sixth Street, 4 True Icon, Coast, 7 Coup De Force, 10 Wowzers, 16 Accelerando, 25 others. 2020: Asadjumeirah 9 5, Jim Crowley 11-4 (Owen Burrows), drawn (3), 7 ran. STARFORM: RUM COCKTAIL Danger: Coast 3.40 SKY SPORTS RACING EBF NOVICE STAKES Class 5 2YO 1m 2f (9 runners) £3,780 1 (3) 1 GEELONG (25)(A) P & O Cole 9 9...................................... S W Kelly 78 2 (1) 4 AJS JALLAAD (13) M Johnston 9 2..................................J Fanning 74 3 (8) 2 AL AABIR (13)(B) J & T Gosden 9 2...................................J Watson ★83 4 (7) 02 CITY STREAK (14) A Balding 9 2......................................D Probert 79 5 (6) 05 DICKTATE (21) R Teal 9 2...................................................T Whelan 77 6 (4) LEVITATE M Johnston 9 2..............................................T Marquand — 7 (5) L NADER (66) S bin Suroor 9 2................................................C Fallon 58 8 (2) L TWM SION (16) B J Llewellyn 9 2.........................C Hutchinson (5) 21 9 (9) 4 WHOLEOFTHEMOON (45) R Hughes 9 2........................... P Dobbs 82 Star Betting: 15-8 Al Aabir, 4 Geelong, 5 Wholeofthemoon, 6 City Streak, 8 Levitate, 10 Ajs Jallaad, 14 Nader, 20 Dicktate, 100 Twm Sion. 2020: Annandale 9 3, R Kingscote 6-4 Fav (M Johnston), drn (7), 9 ran. STARFORM: AL AABIR Danger: Geelong 4.15 BECKFORD STKS (FILLIES’ AND MARES’ LISTED) Class 1 1m 6f (14 runners) £29,773 1 (2) 1212 FLOWER OF SCOTLAND (21)(G) J Fanshawe 4 9 4......... P Dobbs 94 2 (9) 2125 PROPRIETY (147)(G)(V) D O’Meara 4 9 4..........................J Watson 100 3 (7) 2454 SINGLE (21)(D2,G,S) M Channon 4 9 4.................................G Bass 89 4 (5) 2326 URBAN ARTIST (34)(S) H Morrison 6 9 4.................P J McDonald ★114 5 (10) 1236 VINDOLANDA (32)(D3,S) C Hills 5 9 4......................... K Shoemark 100 6 (6) -143 ABSTINENCE (88)(A) R Beckett 3 8 11..............................R Hornby 105 7 (11) 2140 BRUNNERA (28)(G)(H) H Palmer 3 8 11..............................M Dwyer 104 8 (3) 2146 GOOLWA (21)(A) A Balding 3 8 11.....................................D Probert 100 9 (1) 2105 PENNYMOOR (19)(A)(P*) J & T Gosden 3 8 11...................R Havlin 98 10 (14) 4015 PERCY’S PRIDE (21)(A,G,S) W Knight 3 8 11............. C Shepherd 96 11 (13) L153 ROSEABAD (21)(C,D,F,G) M Johnston 3 8 11..................J Fanning 103 12 (12) 5024 SACRED RHYME (36)(S) J Harrington (IRE) 3 8 11............ S Foley 97 13 (8) 2021 SEA SYLPH (21)(D,G) W Haggas 3 8 11.......................T Marquand 96 14 (4) 3314 THOUSAND OAKS (33)(BF,G) J & T Gosden 3 8 11...........C Fallon 97 Star Betting: 7-2 Urban Artist, 6 Sacred Rhyme, 7 Sea Sylph, Abstinence, 8 Roseabad, Thousand Oaks, 10 others. 2020: Traisha 4 9 4, D Egan 4-1 (J P O’Brien(Ire)), drn (3), 14 ran. STARFORM Sea Sylph 10-3fav (8-2) Soon steadied into mid-division, closer out wide 2f out, chased leaders over 1f out, edged right and led inside final furlong, stayed on, won at Goodwood 1m 6f fll hcp 0-105 (2) gd in Sep beating Flower Of Scotland (8-12) by 1/2l, 9 ran. Urban Artist 15-2 (9-5) Led until pushed along and headed inside final 3f, weakened over 2f out, 6th of 8, 12l behind Free Wind (8-9) at Doncaster 1m 6f Grp 2 flls (1) gf in Sep. Sacred Rhyme 11-4 (9-1) Chased leaders, 4th halfway, ridden into 3rd 2f out, kept on one pace, 4th of 9, 8l behind Haparanda (9-9) at Galway 1m 4f fll lst stks (1) gd in Sep. Abstinence 10-1 (8-5) Dwelt in touch , switched left 2f out, ridden and headway inside final furlong, ran on, nearest finish, 3rd of 7, 1 3/4l behind Golden Pass (9-2) at Newmarket 1m 4f fll lst stks (1) gf in Jul. Roseabad 17-2 (9-2) Led and set steady pace, quickened 3f out, ridden and strongly pressed over 1f out, headed and one pace in 3rd inside final furlong, 3rd of 9, 1 1/4l behind Sea Sylph (8-2) at Goodwood 1m 6f fll hcp 0-105 (2) gd in Sep. STARFORM: SEA SYLPH Danger: Urban Artist 4.50 BATH LUXURY TOILET HIRE HANDICAP Class 4 1m 6f (10 runners) £4,590 1 (8) 0010 KOEMAN (14)(A,G,S) M Channon 7 10 0.........................G Bass (5) 83 2 (10) 4013 DREAMWEAVER (19)(BF,D,A,G)(B*) E Walker 5 9 13.T Marquand 86 3 (3) 3434 AMIR KABIR (41)(A,S) R Charlton 4 9 12..........................T Whelan ★90 4 (9) 311L MONBAHER (95)(BF,G,S)(B) J & T Gosden 3 9 9..............D O’Neill 86 5 (6) 3425 SOCIAL CITY (48)(D3,A) A Carroll 5 9 9...................... K Shoemark 87 6 (7) L040 ALGHAZAAL (69)(BF,A) M Bell 4 9 5.................................J Watson 89 7 (2) 2321 DAMNED ELUSIVE (17)(A,S) A Balding 3 9 1..................D Probert 83 8 (1) 2113 THE VEGAS RAIDER (31)(D,A,G)(V) M Bell 3 9 1....... C Shepherd 84 9 (4) 2421 BASCULE (13)(A) R Hughes 3 9 0................................. G Rooke (3) 85 10 (5) 14L3 NELLIE MOON (42)(A,G)(H) A Perrett 3 8 11....................R Hornby 83 Star Betting: 4 Monbaher, 5 Dreamweaver, 11-2 Damned Elusive, 6 Bascule, 7 Amir Kabir, 8 The Vegas Raider, 10 others. 2020: C’Est No Mour 7 10 0, G Wood 14-1 (S Hodgson), drn (1), 10 ran. STARFORM: MONBAHER Danger: Nellie Moon 5.25 NATASHA LEWIS FOUNDATION HANDICAP Class 5 2m 1f (11 runners) £3,240 1 (3) 0336 CHOCOLATE BOX (27)(A)(P) M Loughnane 7 10 1. E Whittington (5) 75 2 (8) 2020 STORM CHASER (27) M Channon 4 10 0....................T Marquand ★77 3 (1) 5653 RUSSIAN RUMOUR (56)(C,A,S)(P) J Portman 4 9 11......R Hornby 76 4 (9) 1224 SUPER SUPERJACK (19)(C2,G,S) M Harris 4 9 9..........D Probert 72 5 (10) 1520 HIGHWAY ONE (14)(A) G Baker 7 9 6................................T Whelan 73 6 (4) 2342 MASTER GREY (16)(G,S)(P) B Millman 6 9 5.................. R Coakley 74 7 (2) 45L2 TOO BIG TO FAIL (43) M Johnston 4 9 5.........................J Fanning 73 8 (7) 3233 DREAMBIRD (25) R Charlton 3 8 13......................... T Greatrex (3) 72 9 (11) 4066 WITH PLEASURE (16)(CD,A,S)(B) J Flint 8 8 13.Imogen Mathias (7) 75 10 (6) 3563 BIRD FOR LIFE (22)(D2,A,G)(P) M Usher 7 8 10.................. R Tate 74 11 (5) L426 CLOUDY ROSE (43) J Berry 3 8 0................................. G Rooke (3) 64 Star Betting: 4 Super Superjack, 9-2 Master Grey, 6 Russian Rumour, 7 Too Big To Fail, 8 Dreambird, Chocolate Box, 12 others. 2020: Quel Destin 5 9 12, M Nicholls(3) 5-4 Fav (P Nicholls), drn (5), 13 ran. STARFORM: SUPER SUPERJACK Danger: Russian Rumour 5.55 NATASHA LEWIS MEMORIAL FILLIES’ HCAP Class 5 1m (13 runners) £3,240 1 (12) 3331 POET’S EYE (26)(D,A)(P) K P De Foy 4 9 8................ K Shoemark 76 2 (10) 0420 DELICATE KISS (13)(D7,A,G)(B) J Bridger 7 9 7........ G Rooke (3) 77 3 (4) 5316 THUNDER LILY (23)(BF,D,F)(T*) S Durack 3 9 7...............M Dwyer 75 4 (3) 0044 FLORENCE STREET (15) A Balding 3 9 3.......................D Probert 76 5 (6) 1323 LIBBY AMI (18)(D,A,G) D Shaw 3 9 2...............................D Keenan 77 6 (13) L040 ARCTIC VICTORY (17)(G)(H,T) B J Llewellyn 4 9 2....C Hutchinson (5) 73 7 (8) 0152 LAMORNA COVE (17)(BF,G) D Menuisier 3 9 1...........T Marquand 77 8 (9) 2146 HURRICANE HELEN (17)(BF,CD,D,F,G) B Millman 3 8 12.... R Coakley 76 9 (1) 4060 WHITE LADY (13) C Hills 3 8 12...........................................C Fallon 79 10 (2) 0-40 SURREY PRINCESS (13)(H) G Baker 3 8 11.....................T Whelan 72 11 (11) 3013 PLANSINA (16)(C2,D4,A,F,G,S)(H) A Wintle 6 8 10.P J McDonald ★80 12 (5) 220L CHIAVARI (36)(B*) Alexandra Dunn 7 8 8...........Mollie Phillips (5) 78 13 (7) 00L5 LILANDRA (8)(P) J Flint 4 8 5......................................... A Beech (5) 70 LONG HANDICAP: Lilandra 7-13. Star Betting: 4 Poet’s Eye, 11-2 Lamorna Cove, 6 Libby Ami, 7 Thunder Lily, Plansina, Hurricane Helen, 8 others. 2020: Precisely 3 9 5, O Murphy 7-4 Fav (J Butler), drn (13), 13 ran. STARFORM: POET’S EYE Danger: Florence Street 5.00 UNIBET NEW INSTANT ROULETTE HANDICAP Class 6 6f (12 runners) £2,700 1 (5) 0601 GOOD EARTH (8)(D,G,S) J Osborne 4 9 13(5ex)............... N Currie 70 2 (12) 2142 MOLLY SHAW (29)(BF,D3,G,S) C Wall 4 9 9................... J Mitchell 76 3 (6) 24LL SEEKING PERFECTION (11)(D,A) Frank Bishop 3 9 8.. C Bennett 75 4 (10) 5031 BRAZEN BELLE (9)(D3,A,G) D O’Meara 3 9 7(6ex).. James Doyle 73 5 (4) 0-42 ROBUSTLY (192) T Dascombe 3 9 6............................ R Kingscote 72 6 (11) 5L00 THE WATERMAN (21)(D,A) T Ward 3 9 6........................D Muscutt 66 7 (1) 3464 SOVEREIGN SLIPPER (40) H Candy 3 9 5.......................... A Kirby 69 8 (8) 5065 ELEKTRONIC (25)(P*) R Hughes 3 9 5..................Elinor Jones (7) 70 9 (7) -LLL PHYSICS (13)(CD,D,A)(P*) M Attwater 5 9 3.................... W Carson ★77 10 (2) L-04 ROCKING REG (21) R Teal 4 9 3...................................... R Dawson 67 11 (9) 6012 GOT NO DOLLARS (8)(D,A)(T) S C Williams 3 9 2........... M Ghiani 74 12 (3) 2200 JULIE JOHNSTON (21)(D2,A,G) P Evans 3 9 2................. H Doyle 73 Star Betting: 3 Brazen Belle, 5 Good Earth, 11-2 Got No Dollars, 7 Sovereign Slipper, Molly Shaw, 8 Robustly, 12 Julie Johnston, 14 Rocking Reg, Elektronic, 20 others. 2020: Twilighting 4 9 4, Dane O’Neill 9-2 (H Candy), drawn (5), 8 ran. STARFORM: BRAZEN BELLE Danger: Julie Johnston 5.30 UNIBET CASINO NOVICE STAKES Class 5 2YO 6f (11 runners) £3,510 1 (10) 521L HARB (18)(D,A) M Johnston 9 9....................................... J Crowley 88 2 (1) 00 ARD UP (60) M Attwater 9 2............................................... W Carson 61 3 (3) 0220 CLAIM THE STARS (34) I Williams 9 2........................ R Kingscote 90 4 (2) L DANGEROUS RASCAL (78)(T*) T Ward 9 2............... James Doyle 47 5 (9) HARRY THREE C Cox 9 2...................................................... A Kirby — 6 (4) OASIS GIFT A Balding 9 2.............................................W Carver (3) — 7 (6) 4 PULL THE LEVER (31) D F Davis 9 2.................................J F Egan 78 8 (7) CYGNETURE R Beckett 8 11...............................................H Crouch — 9 (11) PP KODIAS SANGARIUS (137) R Hannon 8 11...................S M Levey — 10 (5) 03 PENGUIN ISLAND (30) H Candy 8 11.................................. H Doyle ★91 11 (8) 5 WASHRAA (23) Owen Burrows 8 11................................. R Dawson 84 Star Betting: 11-4 Penguin Island, 4 Harb, 5 Claim The Stars, 7 Washraa, 8 Harry Three, 10 Cygneture, 12 Dangerous Rascal, 14 Pull The Lever, 16 others. 2020: Red Mirage 9 3, Joe Fanning 10-1 (M Johnston), drawn (8), 11 ran. STARFORM: HARB Danger: Washraa 6.00 UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY HANDICAP Class 3 6f (12 runners) £7,731 1 (5) 0130 RUN TO FREEDOM (12)(C,A,G) H Candy 3 9 9.................. A Kirby 97 2 (8) 0510 SOAR ABOVE (12)(CD4,C3,D,A,G) J Butler 6 9 9..... R Kingscote 94 3 (9) 0441 NELSON GAY (11)(D2,A,G) R Hughes 3 9 9...................R L Moore 97 4 (1) 1000 A SURE WELCOME (52)(C2,D4,A0,G,S)(P) J Spearing 7 9 9... L Morris 98 5 (12) 5012 OPEN WIDE (2)(CD,D4,A,F,G) A Perrett 7 9 9..................J Haynes 95 6 (7) 0406 TREACHEROUS (2)(CD5,C2,D4,A,G,S) E De Giles 7 9 8.. J Mitchell 97 7 (3) 1126 FERNANDO RAH (41)(D,A,S) C Cox 3 9 7........................H Crouch 97 8 (11) 5336 LIBERATED LADY (12)(A) H Palmer 3 9 7................. James Doyle 92 9 (2) 3620 ROMAN DYNASTY (15)(BF,D,A) Joseph Parr 3 9 6...............R Tart 97 10 (10) LL46 ONE NIGHT STAND (27)(D3,A,G) W Jarvis 4 9 6............... H Doyle 94 11 (4) 0142 TOMOUH (32)(BF,D,A)(P,T) S bin Suroor 4 9 6..........S Cherchi (3) 96 12 (6) 3-L6 NEFARIOUS (46)(D,A,G) S Dow 5 9 0.................................J F Egan ★99 Star Betting: 4 Nelson Gay, 9-2 Tomouh, 7 Open Wide, Fernando Rah, 8 Run To Freedom, Liberated Lady, 10 Soar Above, 12 Treacherous, Roman Dynasty, 14 others. STARFORM Nelson Gay 4-5fav (8-10) Raced keenly tracking leader, led over 1f out, ridden clear, easily, won at Wolverhampton 6f hcp 0-95 (3) beating Temple Bruer (8-8) by 2 1/4l, 7 ran. Tomouh 9-4fav (9-10) Prominent, pressed leader 2f out, ridden over 1f out, led under 1f out, kept on well, headed post, 2nd of 5, nk behind Aramis Grey (8-13) at Lingfield 6f fll hcp (4) pol in Sep. Fernando Rah 9-2 (9-2) Quickly away steadied and went sharply left start, pulled hard and prominent, ridden and weakened inside final furlong, 6th of 11, 4l behind Strike Red (9-5) at Newcastle 6f hcap (3) in Sep. Open Wide 13-2 (9-2) Prominent on outside, led over 4f out, ridden over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, kept on, 2nd of 7, 1 1/4l behind Tiger Crusade (9-9) at Kempton 6f 3yo hcp 0-105 (2) pol. STARFORM: NELSON GAY Danger: Tomouh 6.30 UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY NURSERY Class 4 2YO 1m (10 runners) £5,400 1 (4) 423 UNILATERALISM (33) H Palmer 9 7........................... James Doyle 85 2 (7) 6321 CARBON (23)(G) R Varian 9 7........................................... J Mitchell 86 3 (6) 1311 ASTAROTH (8)(CD,A,G) J Osborne 9 7(6ex).......R Clutterbuck (5) 84 4 (5) 212 MOON ISLAND (54)(G) R Charlton 9 6................................ H Doyle 85 5 (2) 6303 GROOM (13)(G) R Hannon 9 5..........................................R L Moore 85 6 (10) 3105 ALREADY GONE (67)(G) J S Moore 9 4.............................J F Egan 85 7 (9) 0023 INCUMBENT (9) C Cox 9 2.................................................... A Kirby 87 8 (3) 3402 ROUGE ET NOIR (23) C Fellowes 9 2.............................. J Crowley 81 9 (1) 2L50 BLUE COLLAR LAD (13)(G) R Brisland 8 12..................... L Morris ★90 10 (8) 6300 ALMIGHTY RAVE (32) T Dascombe 8 6........................Jane Elliott 89 Star Betting: 7-2 Carbon, 4 Unilateralism, 5 Astaroth, 6 Moon Island, 7 Incumbent, Groom, 10 Rouge Et Noir, 20 Blue Collar Lad, Already Gone, 25 Almighty Rave. 2020: State Occasion 9 1, Hollie Doyle 2-1 Fav (R Beckett), drawn (6), 7 ran. STARFORM: MOON ISLAND Danger: Groom 7.00 UNIBET EXTRA PLACE OFFERS HANDICAP Class 4 1m (14 runners) £5,400 1 (5) 1-43 HIT THE HEIGHTS (20)(A) J Tate 3 9 9......................S Cherchi (3) 85 2 (6) 2406 ISOLA ROSSA (41)(A) J Fanshawe 3 9 8.........................D Muscutt 86 3 (13) 00/L PERFECT CITY (31)(D,G,S) Jonjo O’Neill 6 9 7.............. R Dawson 58 4 (7) 2105 POWER STATION (19)(D,G)(P*) R Hannon 3 9 7.. T Hammer Hansen 84 5 (8) 3201 GLOBAL ACCLAIM (33)(C,A,G)(T) C Cox 3 9 6.................. A Kirby 84 6 (10) 2523 SUPER OVER (39)(C,A)(B) A Watson 3 9 6......................... H Doyle ★87 7 (4) 0336 TARAVARA (27) S Pearce 3 9 6......................................... J Mitchell 84 8 (9) 5513 LAFAN (13)(D,A) R Hannon 3 9 6......................................S M Levey 85 9 (11) 4314 EXCEEDINGLY REGAL (39)(CD,A) W Knight 3 9 6..........H Crouch 84 10 (14) 4400 BADLANDS (9)(S)(P*) D Loughnane 3 9 5.................... R Kingscote 76 11 (12) 41LL HOLD FAST (39)(CD2,C,D,A)(P) A Balding 4 9 4............ W Cox (3) 82 12 (2) 0-20 TACITUS (128) B Meehan 3 9 2................................... James Doyle 78 13 (3) 454 SATONO CHEVALIER (88)(T*) Sir M Stoute 3 9 1..........R L Moore 78 14 (1) 666 MC’TED (39) Joseph Parr 3 8 9................................................R Tart 76 Star Betting: 9-2 Global Acclaim, 5 Super Over, 6 Lafan, 7 Hit The Heights, 8 Exceedingly Regal, Isola Rossa, Satono Chevalier, 12 Power Station, 14 others. STARFORM: SUPER OVER Danger: Global Acclaim 7.30 SUPER BOOSTS AT UNIBET HANDICAP Class 5 7f (13 runners) £3,240 1 (11) 1600 SHOOT TO KILL (31)(A,G)(P) G Scott 4 9 13.................D Muscutt 81 2 (3) 0-LL DECISIVE EDGE (180)(D,A) B Meehan 3 9 12............... L Steward 67 3 (4) 0350 ONE OVER PAR (9)(A)(P*) M Appleby 3 9 11.................. R Dawson 77 4 (9) 4L60 ANDRONICUS BEAU (31)(C,A)(P,T) T Dascombe 3 9 10 R Kingscote 81 5 (12) 0003 ALBUM (91)(A,S)(T) L Carter 4 9 10.......................... C Murtagh (3) 71 6 (6) 43L5 GOOD HUMOR (19) R Varian 4 9 10................................. J Mitchell 78 7 (1) 2623 PRIZE FIGHTING (8)(BF)(P) C Cox 4 9 9.............................. A Kirby 82 8 (2) 5000 YORKSHIRE PIRLO (8)(A)(B*) Darryll Holland 3 9 9.......R Winston 73 9 (5) 3411 LOS CAMACHOS (14)(CD2,C,D,A)(B) J Gallagher 6 9 7 G McEntee (5) 81 10 (8) 62L3 AJRAD (25) W Knight 3 9 5......................................... Jimmy Quinn 80 11 (7) 52LL RIVER WHARFE (30)(D3,A,G)(P) A Carroll 3 9 3............... L Morris 81 12 (13) 2035 ALLERBY (13) H Candy 3 9 3................................................ H Doyle ★83 13 (10) 000L CLOSENESS (14) M Rimell 3 8 7...................................... C Bennett 64 Star Betting: 7-2 Prize Fighting, 4 Los Camachos, 5 Ajrad, 7 Good Humor, 8 Allerby, 12 Shoot To Kill, River Wharfe, 16 Album, Yorkshire Pirlo, Decisive Edge, 20 others. 2020: No corresponding race. STARFORM: RIVER WHARFE Danger: Los Camachos 8.00 UNIBET CASINO HANDICAP (DIV 1) Class 6 7f (14 runners) £2,700 1 (13) 6301 QUEEN OF BURGUNDY (7)(C,D,A,G) Joseph Parr 5 10 0(5ex) R Kingscote 63 2 (7) 0022 MISTER FREEZE (13)(D2,A)(T,V) P Chamings 7 9 7........ L Morris 67 3 (3) LL00 RIVER CHORUS (29) P McEntee 3 9 5................................. A Kirby 52 4 (9) 5215 ROYAL GUARD (16)(BF,A) R Fahey 3 9 4.......................T Hamilton 66 5 (11) P054 BLUE CABLE (7)(A)(P) M Attwater 4 9 3.........................R Winston 60 6 (6) 6504 BARTAT (58)(D2,A,G)(T*) M Wigham 4 9 3..................... C Bennett 64 7 (10) 00L0 DARK CROCODILE (127) G Deacon 6 9 3........................H Crouch 63 8 (8) 0LLL POETRY AND ART (84) Mrs L Mongan 4 9 2................... W Carson ★68 9 (5) 006L QUARTER BLUE (98) N Mulholland 3 9 2.......................S M Levey 59 10 (1) 5234 QUEEN SARABI (99) A Carroll 3 9 0................................ R Dawson 64 11 (2) 0330 RAINBOW SIGN (62)(P*) M Pattinson 3 8 13..................D Muscutt 61 12 (14) 0044 FACT OR FABLE (16)(D,A)(P) J S Moore 4 8 12................J F Egan 62 13 (12) -L00 SIRBOWTIEMAN (42)(P,T) B Barr 4 8 12............................ N Currie 54 14 (4) LL04 HOT DESERT (8)(P*) A Carroll 3 8 10.................................. H Doyle 55 Star Betting: 11-4 Queen Of Burgundy, 9-2 Mister Freeze, 5 Royal Guard, 7 Bartat, 8 Queen Sarabi, 10 Fact Or Fable, 12 Blue Cable, 14 River Chorus, 16 others. 2020: Frow 4 8 12, Joe Fanning 4-1 (D Brown), drawn (9), 12 ran. STARFORM: MISTER FREEZE Danger: Royal Guard 8.30 UNIBET CASINO HANDICAP (DIV 2) Class 6 7f (14 runners) £2,700 1 (12) 5000 KRAKA (13)(D,A,G)(P) C Dunnett 6 9 7............................E J Walsh 62 2 (7) 0000 MAKYON (14)(S) M Usher 4 9 5........................................ C Bennett ★68 3 (2) -01L STRATEGIC FORTUNE (122)(D)(P) J Butler 4 9 3.............. A Kirby 64 4 (14) 4340 DOVE DIVINE (92)(P*) L Carter 5 9 3........................ C Murtagh (3) 67 5 (8) 0665 CHLOELLIE (27)(CD2,C3,D2,A,S) J R Jenkins 6 9 2...... M Ghiani 56 6 (5) 0000 MACOCHA (9)(B*,T) J G O’Shea 4 9 2...............................C McKee 55 7 (1) 0L54 TELL’EM NOWT (4)(B,E,T) P McEntee 3 9 2.............. R Kingscote 65 8 (13) 5040 TAWTHEEF (18)(V) P Chamings 4 9 1................................. L Morris 66 9 (6) 00-0 HIDDEN ANGEL (13) A Balding 4 8 13............................. W Cox (3) 55 10 (11) L324 HIS PRIDE (16) R Fahey 3 8 12.......................................T Hamilton 65 11 (9) 0005 URBAN HIGHWAY (8)(G) A Carroll 5 8 12............................ H Doyle 61 12 (4) 0600 KALIMOTXO (42)(P) W Knight 4 8 12........................ Jimmy Quinn 60 13 (3) 0025 JOLI’S LEGACY (42) A Newcombe 3 8 10...................... J Mitchell 65 14 (10) 0535 BAY BERET (49) J S Moore 3 8 10......................................J F Egan 57 LONG HANDICAP: Urban Highway 8-11, Kalimotxo 8-11, Bay Beret 8-9. Star Betting: 4 His Pride, 9-2 Dove Divine, 6 Tell’em Nowt, 7 Chloellie, 10 Tawtheef, 12 Joli’s Legacy, Hidden Angel, Strategic Fortune, 14 others. 2020: Secret Treaties 4 9 1, Eoin Walsh 8-1 (C Dunnett), drawn (6), 12 ran. STARFORM: TAWTHEEF Danger: Strategic Fortune TRACKFACTS Left-handed track with a home straight of about half a mile. The uphill climb provides one of the stiffest sprint courses in the country. Draw favours low numbers in big fields but overall there is little effect. Stalls today Sprint Centre; 1m6f Outside; 2m1f Centre; Remainder Inside. TOP TRAINERS (with runners) R Hannon 72 winners, (10.9% strike rate), -£138.57, R Varian 59, (21.3%), -£20.86, A Balding 57, (15.4%), +£24.50, A Watson 53, (20.7%), -£23.77, M Johnston 50, (14.4%), -£26.11, R Charlton 50, (18.2%), +£16.80, R Beckett 45, (16.0%), +£3.69, H Palmer 42, (19.0%), -£13.52, C Cox 41, (12.9%), +£20.09, J Fanshawe 36, (12.3%), -£142.28, Sir M Stoute 36, (17.9%), -£19.19. TOP JOCKEYS (with mounts) Adam Kirby 83 winners, (12.7% strike rate), -£2.00, Luke Morris 81, (8.9%), -£3.00, Jim Crowley 74, (19.2%), -£69.13, James Doyle 71, (23.1%), -£2.00, Hollie Doyle 70, (13.1%), -£2.00, Richard Kingscote 52, (13.8%), -£1.00, Jack Mitchell 40, (12.1%), -£1.00, Nicola Currie 31, (10.2%), -£2.00, Daniel Muscutt 30, (8.7%), -£1.00. TRACKFACTS Right-handed Polytrack. Made up of two tracks, 1m and 1m2 both tracks are oval in nature. There is no advantage in the draw. Stalls today Inside. Goo for hurdles Goobinator is to go back hurdling this winter after ending a successful Flat campaign by finishing a creditable fourth in the Cesarewitch. Trainer Donald McCain (right) is to to give the five-yearold plenty of schooling after he lost his confidence over obstacles last season. The decision to switch the gelding to the level paid off with victories at York and Haydock, and was capped by his fine effort in the Newmarket marathon on Saturday. He was travelling well as the 32-strong field entered the business end but McCain feels Goobinator did not quite last home. “He was tired having done his best, but I’m not sure he quite got the twomile-two,” said said the Cheshire handler. “He ran a blinder and we’re thrilled to finish fourth in a Cesarewitch.” ■ ■ by JASON HEAVEY

40 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Final heartbreak is keeping Jordan’s eyes on the ball CHRIS JORDAN has admitted he never allows himself to enjoy that winning feeling until the game is officially over – after learning his lesson the hard way. Jordan had got ahead of himself after bowling the 19th over in the World T20 final in 2016 and handing Ben Stokes the job of defending 19 from the last over. Like most others in the ground he thought the game was as good as won, until Carlos Brathwaite popped up with four consecutive sixes to rip the trophy out of England’s grasp. It was the toughest experience for Jordan (right) and ■■ by DEAN WILSON his team-mates to go through, but he insists they are stronger and wiser for it. “We tend to have a laugh about it now,” he said. “I bowled that over under what was quite immense pressure. “When I bowled a dot ball on that final ball, it definitely did feel a lot closer than it ended up. “That’s part of the learning, because having that feeling after that ball is something where I’ll never take myself to that place again. “We definitely came out stronger for it as a unit and I definitely Where YOU set your OWN salary! No CVs. No job adverts. No discrimination. EXCLUSIVE READER OFFER - LIMITED PLACES 50% OFF JOINING FEE INCLUDES 12 MONTHS FULL MEMBERSHIP www.setyourworth.com Use code: paymehappy won’t be thinking that way after bowling the 19th over until it is fully, fully over.” As painful as that final-over heist was for Stokes and England, Jordan is adamant the lessons learned have been put to good use. “One of the things that sticks out is how quickly that last over went,” he added ahead of this year’s T20 World Cup. “I remember going into a few games after that and when we did get in those situations we started to slow the game down a bit so that the decisionmaking was clearer. “The team having been together for so long, the chemistry is there and the talent is there for us to make a decent run this time.” DS1ST RUGBY LEAGUE a pryce buster! ■ SON SHINING BRIGHT: Will Pryce and (inset) dad Leon Will’s ready to cap breakthrough year ■■ by GARETH WALKER WILL PRYCE hoped to play “one or two” Super League matches this season – on Friday he will line up for England Knights touted as a possible World Cup selection for 2022. The Huddersfield teenager exploded on to the scene this year, scoring six tries in 13 appearances after making his debut against Catalans in July. His rapid rise has seen him called into the squad to face Jamaica for Jordan Turner’s testimonial match at Castleford and Pryce, 18, admits it’s a scenario he could not have imagined at the start of the campaign. “I just wanted to play one or two Super League games and get my confidence up,” he said. “But the trust that Watto (Giants coach Ian Watson) put in me at the start of the year has really helped me out and I’ve managed to put myself out there and get this opportunity. “I’m more than grateful for it and I wasn’t expecting it. Watto and Luke Robinson have both really helped me with video sessions, studying and teaching me game management. “This has been my dream since I was three or four watching my dad play.” Mention of dad Leon provides a direct link with his current environment. He was a team-mate of Knights coaches Paul Anderson and Paul Sculthorpe when St Helens won the treble in 2006. Pryce added: “My dad used to take me to training and all the other kids would be there. It’s deja vu now with them coaching me. “They were a really close-knit group back then and ‘Baloo’ (Anderson) played with my dad at Bradford as well. He’s been really good with me and all the boys. “It’s a good group and him and Scully are able to talk to us on a personal level which is brilliant for us as players. Then when it’s time to go out on to the field and switch on, we understand the professionalism we have to have. Our main focus is to get the job done on Friday night.” Jamaica, who have qualified for the World Cup for the first time, have named a strong squad including Pryce’s clubmates Ashton Golding and Michael Lawrence. ■ THE senior England side’s Test match against France in Perpignan on October 23 will be played without scrums following discussions between the RFL and the French Federation.

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 41 SHORTS Katie has lead role ■ CYCLING OLYMPIC and European champion Katie Archibald will headline the 19-strong GB squad to compete at the UCI Track World Championships in Roubaix next week. Archibald will be joined by Olympic silver medallists Neah Evans and Josie Knight in the women’s endurance squad while academy riders Megan Barker and Ella Barnwell make their worlds debuts. Gruden a goner ■ NFL Jon Gruden quit as Las Vegas Raiders coach after his email scandal worsened. Gruden stood accused of having sent an email in 2011 containing racist language but numerous emails emerged on Monday that included homophobic and misogynistic terms as well. Gruden said: “I have resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. I’m sorry, I never meant to hurt anyone.” Big club ban plan ■ GOLF Top-level golf tournaments will be given the option of imposing a 46-inch limit on club length from next year in an attempt to restrict driving distances. That could curb big hitters like Bryson DeChambeau (above) in their quest for greater length off the tee. DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open winner, sparked debate earlier this year when he practised with a 48-inch driver, although he shelved plans to use it at The Masters. ANSWERS YESTERDAY’S SPORTWORD Across: 1. Caleb; 4. Sheaf; 7. Avi; 8. Perry; 9. Basel; 10. Limo; 11. Boffin; 14. Cornet; 15. Lema; 18. Tamas; 20. Nimni; 21. Ben; 22. Yardy; 23. Ernie. Down: 1. Capel; 2. Lorimer; 3. Bayi; 4. Sibson; 5. Els; 6. Folan; 12. Freeman; 13. Hensby; 14. Cathy; 16. Alize; 17. Anne; 19. Mir. FIVE FOR FUN ANSWERS 1. Jordan Cox, 2. Kelepi Tanginoa, 3. Davide Rebellin, 4. 2016, 5. Kristoffer Broberg BOXING ■BIG BLOW: Marshall fought in Vegas (left) but didn’t get to see McGregor face Mayweather (inset) TICKET PUNCH MAKING her pro debut on the self-proclaimed GWOAT – Greatest the undercard of ‘The Money Woman Of All Time – defeating her in Fight’ between new promoter 2012 on her way to becoming the first Floyd Mayweather Jnr and British woman to triumph at the world Conor McGregor should have amateur championships. been the perfect start. Shields has claimed two Olympic Yet that evening in August 2017 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena did not go as planned for Savannah Marshall. golds and world titles at three different weights and is desperate to avenge that loss in the future. She fought in front of an empty arena er. “I trained for three fights, but all They should finally meet because before missing one of the biggest fights EXCLUSIVE three of them fell through,” she recalls. they are both part of Sky Sports Boxing’s ■■ by David Anderson of all time because of a mix-up over “I spent more than I earned. In the new stable and Marshall says the tickets. “I was on at about 4 o’clock and there were about 10 people in the arena,” she said after a training session at don’t have a ticket’. I rang my manager and he said ‘I gave you three tickets’. “I told him I gave them to my mam, dad and sister and he said, ‘No, they end, I couldn’t afford to stay there and came back.” Marshall, 30, teamed up with trainer Peter Fury and beat Hannah American is insecure deep down. The unbeaten Marshall, who is 10-0, said: “She’s very hot-headed, I think she projects her insecurities a lot. Hughie Fury’s gym. were for you and your two coaches’. Rankin to claim the vacant women’s “If someone mentions Claressa “They didn’t even play any ring walk music! That’s the other side of it. “I got three tickets and I gave them to “I got escorted out of the building, so I didn’t even see the main event. My mam, dad and sister were sat there all WBO middleweight title a year ago. The Hartlepool fighter, who incredibly has no kit supplier, makes her second Shields to me, I’ll say brilliant boxer, I’d love to get it on with her. “But when someone mentions me to my mam, my dad and my sister. night even though they don’t really like defence against Zambian Lolita her, all hell breaks loose. She starts eff- “After I won and got back to the boxing.” Muzeya at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena on ing and jeffing! Calls me worse than changing rooms, within about 10 minutes there were bouncers at the door, saying, ‘You need to leave because you That experience summed up her disappointing time with Mayweather and she returned to Britain a few weeks lat- Saturday and has her old rival Claressa Shields in her sights. Marshall is the only person to beat whatever. “It would be great if we could finally get it on.” Savannah back on track after Sin City shambles lyon boys a shoe-in for title ROB LYON will wear his special 2006. Lyon said: “I only wear trainers for one last time in the SPEEDWAY them for meetings and I’ll have hope that Peterborough can walk away with the title. Panthers boss Lyon (inset) bought the red, black and white footwear – matching the club colours – shortly after he was offered the job early last year. And when the 2020 season was scrapped because of Covid-19, he mothballed them at the bottom of his wardrobe. But he has worn them for every meeting this season as the Panthers pipped Wolverhampton with a lastmatch win to finish top of the ■■ by PETER OAKES regular season, booking their prime spot in the play-offs. He wore them in the semifinal victory over Wolves and again on Monday night at Belle Vue in the Grand Final first leg when his team stormed back in the final four races to slash the Aces’ 10-point lead to two. Now Peterborough go into tomorrow night’s home leg as favourites to lift their first top-flight silverware since them on again on Thursday. “I saw them in a shoe shop and thought they would fit perfectly because of the colours and so far they have certainly been lucky.” Peterborough’s Danish ace Hans Andersen is ruled out under concussion protocol and Michael Palm Toft is struggling with two broken fingers. Aces boss Mark Lemon is waiting for a late fitness report on his injured star Brady Kurtz. Trump up four it Judd Trump kept his history bid on track at the Northern Ireland Open with a stunning display against teenager Gao Yang. The Juddernaut, looking to win this title for a fourth year in a row, thrashed the 17-year-old 4-0 in Belfast in just 40 minutes without dropping a point. The world No.80 from China must be sick of the sight of Trump, having also suffered a whitewash to the world No.2 in the same event 12 months ago. Breaks of 54, 100, 60 and 52 at the Waterfront eased Trump into the last 32 ■■ by HECTOR NUNNS where he will face another Chinese player, Lu Ning. And only Stephen Hendry with five consecutive world titles and Steve Davis with four UK Championship wins in a row have done what Trump is attempting to do in a ranking event. Trump said: “Winning the same tournament four years in a row just doesn’t really happen any more. “And what has made it even more special was beating Ronnie O’Sullivan in all three previous finals.”

42 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 LIVERPOOL GOALDEN GREATS seriously DON’T football ■TOP OF THE KOP: Ian Rush still holds Reds’ scoring record GO MO DS1ST Rush plea to Salah Mo Salah has been urged to commit to Liverpool for the rest of his career by Anfield legend Ian Rush – and take a shot at his all-time goalscoring record. Salah, who has netted 134 times in 212 appearances for the club, is stalling over an extension to his contract which expires in the summer of 2023. But Rush says Liverpool must tie down a player who he rates as currently the best footballer on the planet. “If you are Jurgen Klopp you want him to sign,” said Rush. “Any club in the world would be interested in Mo Salah at the moment. I want him at Liverpool for the next four or five years. Hopefully there is a deal to be done. “He is a legend anyway because he has scored 100 goals for the club but I think he can go on to even better things. For me he is the best player in the world. “Yes, Ronaldo has come in and done well for Manchester United and Messi is just getting to grips with Paris Saint- Germain but the way he is playing, Salah is better than both of them. People say he is selfish but look at the assist for Sadio Mane against Manchester City – he is making goals as well as scoring them now. That, for me, is the big difference. “And when he shoots it is off either foot now. Two years ago he wouldn’t have scored that ■■ by NEIL SQUIRES goal against City with his right foot but defenders don’t know which way he will go. “He is absolutely fantastic.” Liverpool will have to make Salah the highest-paid player at the club by some distance if they want to keep him but Rush does not see that as an issue. “Players do talk about it – it’s only human – but if a player is doing his bit on the pitch there is no problem,” said Rush. Salah stands 10th on Liverpool’s goalscoring list but Rush’s tally of 346 goals in 660 games for the club remains one of modern-day English football’s great landmarks. “When I look at my record now I can’t believe it myself!” said Rush. “To score 346 goals was amazing. I’m very proud to hold the record but I’m a great believer that records are there to be beaten and if someone does it good luck to them. If Mo Salah beats that I’ll be first to congratulate him but I’m not too sure if that will happen.” ■ Ian Rush is a Gambling.com ambassador. More information at https://www.gambling.com/ news. ■PUT YOUR SHIRT ON HIM: Salah must stay says Rush It’s Sam dilemma ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE WEST BROM are in a £10m dilemma over whether to cash in on keeper Sam Johnstone. The England man, 28, is out of contract in the summer when he could walk away for nothing. Boss Valerien Ismael has made it clear just how important Johnstone is but is also acutely aware of Albion having to show common sense in the transfer market. Southampton head a queue of clubs who want to seal the best possible deal to land him in January. Johnstone is valued at around £20m but Albion know they are likely to get only half that as time ticks on. West Ham will no doubt be interested as well after having a £6m bid knocked back in the summer. Johnstone has also held talks over a new deal at The Hawthorns. Booster for Blues ■■ by DARREN WITCOOP N’GOLO KANTE and Reece James are fit and in contention for Chelsea’s Premier League trip to Brentford on Saturday. Midfielder Kante took tentative steps forward last week after selfisolating and returned to full training yesterday in another boost for the table-toppers. Full-back James missed two England fixtures due to an ankle problem but has also shaken off his injury to return to action at the Blues’ Cobham training base. 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seriously football Ralph backed SOUTHAMPTON insist they are committed to a long-term project under Ralph Hasenhuttl – and will not ‘do a Chelsea’ and switch bosses. The Saints’ chief executive officer, Martin Semmens, is adamant the players are still behind the Austrian (inset), despite a poor start to the season. Hasenhuttl’s team lie just a place above the drop zone going into Saturday’s home clash with Leeds. And while Semmens WALES HERO IS HIT AND MISS kief it clean ■SEVEN HEAVEN: Kieffer scores his seventh Wales goal against Estonia ■■ by JAMES NURSEY WALES’ match-winner Kieffer Moore admits he must change his game after being booked for a third straight international. The 6ft 5in Cardiff frontman will now miss the Red Dragons’ crucial penultimate World Cup qualifier at home to Belarus next month. Moore, who made his international debut in 2019, took his tally for Wales to seven after scoring the only goal in Estonia on Monday night. But he has more yellow cards after amassing nine in 23 appearances. He has often attracted unwanted attention from referees for his dominant aerial style, which saw him also go in the book in the 2-2 draw in the Czech Republic last week. In a bid to avoid scrutiny from referees, Moore is now even trying to head the ball without using his arms for ■■ by TONY BANKS says they will look to bring new faces in during the transfer window, they will still stick to their plan. He said: “We have a strategy set out. We are not going to win anything by being Chelsea, changing our manager, changing our players every year. “That’s not the way we are going to be successful. “But there is nobody who is happy at this point without winning a game.” DS1ST Moore’s trying hard to avoid yellow peril leverage. “It is frustrating,” he said. “It is not ideal but it is down to me to adapt and not get myself in these situations. “In internationals, referees never really give you too much leeway. It is about adapting to that. “I am super-conscious every time I go for an aerial challenge and head it. “I just get my body there and mentally try not to do too much. It does take some getting used to.” Moore was even penalised after a second-half clash in Tallinn which left him with a bloodied nose and later saw him subbed with blurred vision. He claims he is often unsure why he even gets cautions. Asked why he received his latest yellow card, Moore said: “I couldn’t tell you. “I put my arms by my side. You would have to ask the ref. I know they will be having words on the side when these challenges are happening.” Moore’s absence against Belarus will at least be offset by skipper Gareth Bale’s anticipated return from a hamstring injury. Wales need four points from their final two games to clinch second spot in Group E and a better play-off draw. Moore, who will be eligible to play against Belgium in their final game, added: “We have missed Gaz this camp. He is our talisman and we can’t wait to have him back. He brings a massive impetus into our team.” Wales successfully deployed a 3-5-2 formation in Prague and Tallinn but boss Rob Page admits he may change it next month to utilise Bale, who tends to play on the right in a 4-2-3-1 shape. Page said: “I have been pleased with it for this camp but it might be different for the next one. “You want all your players fit and then you pick a formation and a team which you think is going to give you your best chance to win.” messi issues emi award Lionel Messi has hailed Emi Martinez as one of the best goalkeepers in the world after his latest heroics for Argentina. Aston Villa stopper Martinez, 29 (right) shone in their 3-0 win over Uruguay in World Cup qualifying as he twice denied Luis Suarez. He recorded his second successive clean sheet as Argentina tightened their grip on second spot in the South American group behind Brazil. Martinez is now due to ■■ by JAMES NURSEY play again against Peru on Friday before dashing back for Villa’s derby with Wolves on Saturday. After his seventh clean sheet in 11 appearances for his country, skipper Messi said: “Martinez is fundamental. When opponents come to him, he always responds. “He established himself in goal and we have one of the best goalkeepers in the world.” Martinez saved three spot-kicks in this summer’s Copa America semi-final with Colombia before keeping a clean sheet in the final win against Brazil. That followed 15 clean sheets in the 2020-21 campaign for Villa after a bargain £17m move from Arsenal. This term he has also produced three clean sheets from six appearances for Villa and has been nominated for the 2021 Ballon d’Or Yashin Trophy. ■ARMS BY YOUR SIDE: Moore tussles with Estonia’s Marten Kuusk DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 43 WORKHORSE: Jimenez Lage tells Jimenez to cool it ■■ by DAVE ARMITAGE Wolves boss Bruno Lage has given star striker Raul Jimenez strict orders to stop running himself into the ground. The Mexican international has been desperate to show he is getting back to his best after a horror injury last November left him with a fractured skull. The 30-year-old had to be rushed to hospital for emergency surgery after clashing heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz. Lage revealed he had to tell Jimenez to take it easy and ditch trying to cover every inch of the pitch. “Raul is a hard worker,” said Lage. “On the first day I saw him, he ran all over the pitch. He went from one flank to another and I said, ‘Look, you cannot play like that, we are going to play in a different way and you are going to play more in between the lines’.” But it’s at the back where Lage has to concentrate his thoughts with a shortage of central defenders on the horizon. New signing Yerson Mosquera was injured just nine minutes into his debut and won’t play again this year while Romain Saiss and Willy Boly will both be off on Africa Cup of Nations duty from December 20. Lage said: “We will miss our players to the Africa Cup of Nations. That’s why I spend too much time at the training ground trying to find the best solutions.” footie flashes ●Port ● Vale have issued a lifetime ban to a supporter for sending a racially abusive message to Leyton Orient goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux. ●●THE Clarets Trust’s board has rejected an offer from Burnley owner Alan Pace to buy their shares. ●OLIVIER ● GIROUD left Chelsea to seek a new challenge at AC Milan as he was ‘frustrated’ at being left on the sidelines at Stamford Bridge. ●●Wycombe have given injured midfielder Nick Freeman a one-year contract extension. ●CHARLTON ● have ripped up Ronnie Schwartz’s contract despite 18 months remaining on it.

44 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Ian’s left in a world of pain NORTHERN Ireland suffered a BULGARIA 2 second-half collapse to see their World Cup hopes extinguished. NORTHERN IRELAND 1 Ian Baraclough’s side dominated ■■ by DAVID ANDERSON the opening 45 minutes in Sofia now managed just one win – over and deservedly led through Conor Lithuania – from their six games. Washington’s close-range effort. Liverpool teenager Conor But they fell apart when Bulgaria Bradley, in his first start, shone on came to life – and Switzerland’s the right as Northern Ireland 4-0 win over Lithuania confirmed controlled the first half. their lingering chances of reaching Washington poked the ball home Qatar are over. in the 35th minute for a goal Todor Nedelev did the damage initially disallowed for offside, with two fine strikes as Bulgaria before the decision was correctly climbed above their opponents overruled by Russian VAR Sergei into third place in the group. Karasev. Their latest low completes a But unmarked Nedelev levelled ■GUTTED: Josh miserable four days after their in the 53rd minute and fired a Magennis sums controversial loss to Switzerland in rocket 10 minutes later to clinch up Irish feelings Geneva on Saturday and they have the victory. DS1ST seriously football ■LATE, LATE SHOW: Dykes rides to the rescue world cup AUTUMN DEALS ON MAC ALLISTER TO HELP YOU GET THE JOB DONE Corded Blower Vac ✓ 40Ltr Collection Bag Capacity ✓ 2800W ✓ 2 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee (T&Cs Apply) CODE: 404FG OFFICIAL PARTNER OF SCREWFIX APP Shredder ✓ 100kg/hr Material Throughput ✓ 2800W ✓ 2 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee (T&Cs Apply) CODE: 727FG £ 39 .99 £ 129 .99 SCREWFIX.COM 720 STORES Prices valid until at least 31/10/2021. All products are subject to availability. Prices include VAT at 20% (subject to changes in taxation). Prices in this publication are correct at time of print. For latest price information check our website, the App or visit a Screwfix store. Screwfix Direct Limited standard terms and conditions apply to all sales – see screwfix.com/termsandconditions. Images used in the publication are for illustration purposes only. Delivery charges and restrictions may apply - see screwfix.com/delivery. All ratings shown in this publication are accurate as at 19/04/2021. For rating information visit screwfix.com/help/rateandreview. Where applicable, prices include a contribution to recycling costs. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) must never be placed in any of your household wheelie bins. WEEE is taken back free of charge at electrical retail outlets on a one-for-one like-for-like basis. Local authority civic amenity facilities also take back WEEE free of charge. WEEE recycling is free. Lyndon calling Dykes spares the blushes LYNDON Dykes saved Scotland from humiliation at the hands of the Faroe Islands. After the highs of beating Israel on Saturday in the 94th minute, this time it took an 87th-minute deflected goal from the QPR man to rescue a win. Scotland were held and outplayed – by a team ranked No.114 in the world – for much of the game. But Dykes bundled home in his fourth consecutive game after defender Horour Askham poked a cross on to his chest in a flukey conclusion. The Tartan Army stay favourites to finish second in Group F and earn a place in the play-offs in March. A win in November against Moldova will be enough. But boss Steve Clarke (inset) will know his side need to improve after lacking finishing power and passion, in a game that was ebbing away until Nathan Patterson swung in his decisive cross. It took several minutes for VAR to rule Dykes had not handled the ball into the goal. Replays were inconclusive. During a woeful first-half display, the Scots could have been three goals down. The Faroes battered them, and looked by far the more coherent team for much of the game. It took a ■■ by SIMON BIRD faroe islands 0 scotland 1 brilliant save from Craig Gordon after 24 minute to stop Ari Jonsson’s point blank shot. Moments later Brandur Hendriksson curled in a fantastic cross from an awkward angle and Sonni Nattestad met it with a header that crashed just over. Then Odmar Faero went close from long range in an even first half, which saw the home side battle well and hit Scotland with a direct attacking threat. Scott McTominay, fresh from his first international goal at Hampden at the weekend, had a couple of shots from an angle saved. He would have won a penalty jinking into the box had he not narrowly been offside in the build up. The game was lifeless for the first 20 minutes of the second half. With three wins in their past three games, Scotland’s confidence should have been high, but instead they seemed to have used up all their verve at the weekend. They were grateful for the late intervention from Dykes, who was earlier booked to earn a suspension for the Moldova game, as is Ryan Christie.

WEMBLEY VERDICT seriously TIME TO LAY DOWN LAW football FIFA need to stamp out thugs by JEREMY CROSS CHIEF SPORTS WRITER GIANNI Infantino has a degree in law – so how come he remains blind to the shame Hungarian fans are inflicting on the beautiful game? And while we’re at it, why has no one inside FIFA briefed their own president on the well-worn phrase “the punishment doesn’t fit the crime?” Following the Euros this summer, UEFA ordered Hungary to play two games behind closed doors following the homophobic and racist behaviour of the country’s supporters during all three of their group games. It made no difference as similar scenes were repeated several weeks later when England travelled to Budapest for a World Cup qualifier. This time FIFA, the governors of the world’s game, took a turn at doing the right thing but only succeeded in getting it wrong. Sanctions for the disgraceful scenes in the Puskas Arena? Two World Cup qualifiers behind closed doors, a third one suspended and a fine of $217,000. That ought to do it, right? The answer was delivered in emphatic fashion at Wembley last night, when those Ultra thugs dressed all in black (complete with balaclavas) rode into town and stuck two massive fingers up to Infantino and those REP OF IRELAND 4 QATAR 0 CALLUM ROBINSON hit a hat-trick as Republic of Ireland thumped Qatar in a friendly. Robinson, who also scored twice in their World Cup qualifier against Azerbaijan on Saturday, put the home side ahead after just four minutes. The West Brom hitman slotted a second from the spot in the 13th minute after Jamie McGrath had been fouled. And he completed his hat-trick eight minutes after the restart when he ran on to Jeff Hendrick’s through-ball and made it 3-0. Shane Duffy powered a header home from Conor Hourihane’s corner to round off the scoring. ■SHAMEFUL: Hungary fans battled with police and (inset) let off flares alongside him in the corridors of power in Zurich. The 1,000 allowed into the stadium didn’t even wait for the game to start before doing their utmost to wreck the occasion, holding up a banner opposing the taking of a knee, before booing the act on the pitch. During a minute’s applause in tribute to two of our footballing legends, Jimmy Greaves and Roger Hunt, those men in black littered it with insulting gestures. DS1ST When stewards tried to arrest one offender, fighting broke out which saw riot police wield their batons, only to be outnumbered and pushed back. The depressing but familiar scenes were a damning confirmation of how FIFA’s failure to punish the Hungarians properly served to make these cretins even more determined to cause trouble. We need to be careful of throwing stones in glass houses, considering the shameful events of the Euro final. England and the FA deserve to be punished. But the Hungarians have been serial offenders in the space of four months and sticking them on the naughty step is a futile exercise. Infantino and his band of brothers need to grow a pair and throw the likes of Hungary out of the competition, to stand a realistic chance of ending this repulsive nonsense once and for all. arteta giving rowe power EMILE Smith Rowe has hailed the role of Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta in his goalscoring form – and admits he is eyeing a senior England call-up. The 21-year-old has scored three goals in his last five games for club and country, including the winner against Andorra for the Under-21s on Monday. And Smith Rowe says he is loving the confidence and responsibility Gunners boss Arteta (inset) is giving him, and extra finishing sessions. The Arsenal No.10 said: ■■ by SIMON BIRD “The coaches at Arsenal have been helping me so much. That is really important for my game, creating and scoring. “I have been working on it and I want to push forward. “He (Arteta) has spoken to us and given us so much confidence.” On the praise he has been getting, Smith Rowe said: “I try not to think about it too much. Being a young player at Arsenal I am really happy playing. I never feel pressure. “I just try to be confident in myself and I have the players and the support around me.” But he is ambitious and keen to one day become a full international. Southgate has sung his praises recently and Smith Rowe added: “I’m grateful he is speaking about me. I know the opportunity will come and I will be ready. “It is always an honour to represent my country.” DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 45 INFORMATION STATION FIFA World Cup European Qualifying Group A Portugal (3)........ 5 Luxembourg (0). 0 Ronaldo 8 (p), 13 (p), 87 B Fernandes 17 Joao Palhinha 69 Serbia (1).............. 3 Azerbaijan (1).... 1 Vlahovic 30 (pen), 52 Mahmudov 45 Tadic 83 (pen) P W D L F A Pts Serbia........................ 7 5 2 0 16 8 17 Portugal..................... 6 5 1 0 16 4 16 Luxembourg............... 6 2 0 4 5 14 6 Rep of Ireland............ 6 1 2 3 8 8 5 Azerbaijan.................. 7 0 1 6 4 15 1 Group B Kosovo (1)............ 1 Georgia (1).......... 2 Muriqi 45 (pen) Okriashvili 11 Davitashvili 82 Sweden (0)........... 2 Greece (0)........... 0 Forsberg 59 (pen) Isak 69 P W D L F A Pts Sweden...................... 6 5 0 1 12 3 15 Spain......................... 6 4 1 1 13 5 13 Greece....................... 6 2 3 1 7 6 9 Georgia...................... 7 1 1 5 4 12 4 Kosovo....................... 7 1 1 5 4 14 4 Group C Bulgaria (0)......... 2 N Ireland (1)....... 1 Nedelev 53, 63 Washington 35 Lithuania (0)........ 0 Switzerland (3).4 Embolo 31, 45 Steffen 42 Gavranovic 90 P W D L F A Pts Italy........................... 6 4 2 0 12 1 14 Switzerland................ 6 4 2 0 10 1 14 Bulgaria..................... 7 2 2 3 6 10 8 N Ireland.................... 6 1 2 3 5 7 5 Lithuania.................... 7 1 0 6 4 18 3 Group D Kazakhstan (0).... 0 Finland (1).......... 2 Pukki 45, 47 Ukraine (1)........... 1 Bosnia-Herz (0).. 1 Yarmolenko 15 Ahmedhodzic 77 P W D L F A Pts France....................... 6 3 3 0 8 3 12 Ukraine...................... 7 1 6 0 9 8 9 Finland....................... 6 2 2 2 7 7 8 Bosnia-H.................... 6 1 4 1 8 7 7 Kazakhstan................ 7 0 3 4 5 12 3 Group F Denmark (0)......... 1 Austria (0).......... 0 Maehle 53 Faeroe Isles (0)... 0 Scotland (0)....... 1 Dykes 86 Israel (1).............. 2 Moldova (0)........ 1 Zahavi 28 Nicolaescu 90 Dabbur 49 P W D L F A Pts Denmark.................... 8 8 0 0 27 0 24 Scotland.................... 8 5 2 1 13 7 17 Israel......................... 8 4 1 3 18 15 13 Austria....................... 8 3 1 4 11 14 10 Faroe Is..................... 8 1 1 6 4 17 4 Moldova..................... 8 0 1 7 4 24 1 Group I Albania (0)........... 0 Poland (0)........... 1 Swiderski 77 England (1).......... 1 Hungary (1)........ 1 Stones 37 Sallai 24 (pen) San Marino (0)..... 0 Andorra (1)........ 3 Pujol 10 Moreno 53 Fernandez 89 P W D L F A Pts England...................... 8 6 2 0 24 3 20 Poland....................... 8 5 2 1 25 8 17 Albania...................... 8 5 0 3 11 7 15 Hungary..................... 8 3 2 3 13 12 11 Andorra...................... 8 2 0 6 7 19 6 San Marino................ 8 0 0 8 1 32 0 International Matches R of Ireland (2)... 4 Qatar (0)............. 0 Robinson 4, 13 (pen), 53 Duffy 59 EUROPEAN U-21 CH’SHIP Q’FYING—Gp 3: Lithuania 0 Russia 3, Slovakia 4 Malta 0, Spain 3 N Ireland 0. Gp 5: Bulgaria 0 Switzerland 1, Holland 5 Wales 0, Moldova 1 Gibraltar 0. Gp 6: Italy 1 Sweden 1, Luxembourg 0 Bosnia-Herzegovina 2, Montenegro 2 Rep of Ireland 1. PAPA JOHN’S TROPHY SOUTH- ERN—Group B: Portsmouth 0 Sutton Utd 2. Group D: Forest Green 2 Brighton U21 2 (Forest Green win 5-3 on penalties). GROUP F: Newport County 3 Arsenal U21 4, Plymouth 1 Swindon 3. VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE: Yeovil 1 Altrincham 1. North: Boston Utd 4 AFC Telford 1. South: Hungerford Town 2 Braintree Town 0. Today’s diary (7.45pm unless stated) Papa John’s Trophy Northern Group F: Sunderland v Man Utd (7pm). Southern Group E: Bristol Rovers v Chelsea (7pm). UEFA Women’s Champions League Group A: Juventus v Chelsea (8pm), Wolfsburg v Servette (5.45). Group B: PSG v Zhytlobud-1 (5.45), Real Madrid v Breidablik (8pm). FA Women’s League Cup Group A: Liverpool FC v Aston Villa (7pm). Group B: Man City v Everton (7pm). Group C: Coventry United v Watford, Tottenham Hotspur v Charlton (7.30). Group D: Lewes v Crystal Palace (7.30), Reading v Bristol City (7.30). Group E: Birmingham City v Brighton & Hove Albion (7.30), London City Lionesses v West Ham (7pm). CYCLING UCI Track Cycling World Championships (Turkmenistan).

46 DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 seriously football how they RATED ENGLAND (4-3-3) Jordan Pickford 6 A rarity to see him beaten in an England shirt and looked absolutely gutted. Kyle Walker 5 Didn’t see enough of him as an attacking force. Couple of mistakes too. John Stones 8 Bang up for this one. Scored the equaliser and celebrated like he’d won a trophy. Tyrone Mings 6 Got stuck in. Caught out a couple of times but pace got him out of any trouble. Luke Shaw 5 Conceded a daft penalty with a rash high boot. Offered plenty going forward, though. Phil Foden 6 Nowhere near as effective here as he was against Andorra. Some top-quality set-piece deliveries. Declan Rice 7 Swamped at times in midfield but stuck to his guns manfully and tried to drive forward. Mason Mount 7 Delivered the free-kick for the equaliser. Always seems to find a way to be in thick of action. Raheem Sterling 6 Didn’t see too much of him in the first half. Grew into the game but not decisive enough. Harry Kane 5 Not exactly given much service. Hounded out when he did see the ball before being hauled off. Jack Grealish 6 Glimpses of magic but little real threat for long spells. A frustrating evening. SUBS Bukayo Saka (for Grealish 63) 6 - Tried to use his pace at every opportunity Tammy Abraham (for Kane 76) Jordan Henderson (for Sterling 76) Ollie Watkins (for Abraham 90) UNUSED: Johnstone, Trippier, Coady, Tomori, Chilwell, Sancho, Ward-Prowse, Ramsdale HUNGARY (3-4-2-1) Gulacsi 6; Lang 7, Kecskes 6, Szalai 7; Nego 6 (Bolla 90), Nagy 6, Schafer 6 (Vecsei 79), Nagy 6; Sallai 8 (Hahn 79), Szoboszlai 7 (Nikolic 90); Schon 6 (Holender 68, 6). Subs: Balogh, Salloi, Gazdag, Varga, Bogdan. Ref: A Hernandez (Spain) 6. RATINGS: PAUL BROWN world cup qualifier ■SHAW NO! This high boot from Luke Shaw gave away penalty DS1ST attack of GARETH ■WIDE OF THE MARK: Kane and Sterling cannot find the target SOUTHGATE’S leading lights failed their audition on a miserable night at Wembley. The England boss has long been typecast as a negative, safety-first manager who packs his team with defensive players. But he went gung-ho against Hungary and only narrowly escaped a humiliating defeat, with paper planes floating down from the stands by the end. Southgate packed his side with as much attacking talent as he could find but they put in one of their worst performances in months. Shambolic at times, England were repeatedly in danger of being overrun in midfield, conceding a 24th-minute penalty scored by Roland Sallai. At least the Three Lions showed some bottle, roaring back 13 minutes later through John Stones – and they ■ROLLING STONES: John Stones’ goal (left) was as good as it got for England ■■ by PAUL BROWN ENGLAND 1 HUNGARY 1 remain firmly on top of Group I. But the fact they only managed five shots on target all night told its own story and it could be a while before we see a line-up like this again. Add in the crowd trouble as violent clashes broke out between Hungary fans and police and this was one to forget. It wasn’t a shock to see nine changes from the side which romped to a 5-0 win in Andorra but it was a surprise to see so many attacking players all starting together. Calls from fans for Jack Grealish, Mason Mount and Phil Foden to do so at the Euros had not gone down

DS1ST DAILY STAR, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 47 well with the England coaching staff. Southgate’s No.2 Steve Holland even mocked the idea as “fantasy football” – but there they all were last night. To be fair to him, the fantasy did not match the reality early doors as England kept giving the ball away and allowing Hungary to break. Poor Declan Rice as the lone holding midfielder looked almost as swamped as the outnumbered police skirmishing with away fans. England did create chances. Harry Kane went close with a shot blocked by Adam Lang but the visitors took the lead when Luke Shaw scissorkicked a clearance and connected with the head of Loic Nego. Freiburg striker Sallai scored the penalty and suddenly England were in trouble. Southgate has spoken a lot about the resilience of his players and how they’ve handled every test. But they looked shell-shocked, and though Kane wanted a pen at the other end for a tackle by Attila Szalai, he didn’t get one. Still, England were level before the break as Mount swung in a free-kick which took at least two deflections before being turned in at the far post by Stones. Raheem Sterling then had a pointblank header from a Shaw cross saved and really should have done better with the follow-up. The Manchester City misfit started ■ NOT SEEING EYE TO EYE: Jack Grealish was in the thick of the action the clones Gareth crowd-pleasers fail to turn up the second half strongly, too, but after beating two defenders his cross was scrambled away. A Kyle Walker mistake then presented Andras Schafer with a chance which England charged down. Southgate soon decided he’d seen enough and sent on Bukayo Saka for Grealish, who looked absolutely disgusted with the decision. But this game remained firmly in the balance with Hungary continuing to look dangerous, and not even Kane’s later substitution could shake the home side up. England blew them away 4-0 last month with a much less attacking line-up but Hungary had Southgate’s team worked out this time. Ron does trick In the battle of the Group I minnows, Andorra won 3-0 in San Marino. Cristiano Ronaldo (inset) scored a hat-trick including two penalties, while his Manchester United team-mate Bruno Fernandes also weighed in with a goal in Portugal’s 5-0 win over Luxembourg. Serbia still lead the way in Group A after a 3-1 win over Azerbaijan. Sweden beat 10-man Greece 2-0 to remain top of Group B. They head to Georgia and then Spain, their main rivals, next month in their final two matches. Teemu Pukki scored twice to break Jari Litmanen’s international goals record for Finland in their 2-0 victory over Kazakhstan in Group ■BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD: Steve Holland and Gareth Southgate discuss what to do ■■ by DARREN WITCOOP D. The stiker scored in each half to take his tally to 33. Finland were later boosted as secondplaced Ukraine were held 1-1 by Bosnia. West Ham’s Andriy Yarmolenko had opened the scoring for the hosts. Poland boosted their hopes by beating Albania 1-0 in another game overshadowed by crowd trouble. The Poles jumped above rivals Albania into second place in Group I, and moved three points behind England, after Karol Swiderski’s winner. But in a shameful night in Tirana home fans threw bottles from the stands after Swiderski’s 77th-minute strike and both sets of players retreated to the changing rooms. Play finally restarted after a 20-minute delay. HANGING ON: Bruce Toon eye move for Rodgers From Back Page Gerrard, Roberto Martinez and the out-of-work trio of Lucien Favre, Frank Lampard and Eddie Howe. The Amanda Staveleyled consortium is under pressure from fans to axe Bruce before that game, to ensure there is no souring of the atmosphere at a sold-out St James’ Park. But they had an amicable conversation with the 60-year-old on Monday and have not rushed the expected decision, despite advisors believing Bruce should go as early as today. Rafa Benitez was their ready-made club-builder 18 months ago when they agreed a price, and now they have to start from scratch to get the right man in – as well as fork out for Bruce’s seven-figure pay off. Newcastle players have been lifted by the excitement . But there is also said to be an awkward atmosphere inside the camp with Bruce’s sacking expected. He gave a wave to the cameras after Tuesday’s session in what was seen as a final goodbye. But it has already been a long goodbye reminiscent of Steve McClaren’s week of purgatory waiting for the axe as Benitez agreed terms in March 2016. Varane a big miss From Back Page be substituted during the first half of France’s 2-1 Nations League Final triumph over Spain at the San Siro on Sunday. The defender will miss Premier League games against Leicester, Liverpool and Tottenham as well as the Champions League double-header against Atalanta. United boss Solskjaer will hope France World Cup winner Varane recovers in time to face Manchester City at Old Trafford in the derby on November 6. United said in a statement: “Raphael Varane sustained a groin muscle injury in the UEFA Nations League final and has commenced rehabilitation at the club. He will be out for a few weeks.”

DS1ST dailystar.co.uk/sport Toon eye Rodgers ■■ by SIMON BIRD STEVE Bruce clung on for another day as Newcastle boss as Brendan Rodgers was installed as favourite to replace him. The new Saudi-funded ownership are planning their next move as Bruce took training again and prepared his team for Sunday’s game with Spurs. Leicester boss Rodgers (above) heads up a list to replace Bruce while other targets include Steven Turn to Page 47 RUSH: DON’T GO MO Page 44 So Raph on Reds ■■ by DAVID mcDONNELL MANCHESTER UNITED have been dealt a massive blow with Raphael Varane being forced to sit out several key games. With United skipper Harry Maguire already ruled out through injury, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to have to play Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly in central defence at Leicester on Saturday. Varane (above) suffered a groin injury and had to Turn to Page 47 ENGLAND 1 HUNGARY 1 group I p w d l f a Pts England 8 6 2 0 24 3 20 Poland 8 5 2 1 25 8 17 Albania 8 5 0 3 11 7 15 Hungary 8 3 2 3 13 12 11 Andorra 8 2 0 6 7 19 6 San Marino 8 0 0 8 1 32 0 ■FLARE-UP: Cops battle with Hungary fans Match ACTION Pages 45-47 SHAME AGAIN Yobs run riot at Wembley as Kane’s pain goes on ■■ by JEREMY CROSS HARRY Kane was hauled off as England flopped in front of rioting Hungary fans at Wembley. Gareth Southgate’s men were held in this World Cup qualifier against a team they thrashed 4-0 in Budapest last month. Roland Sallai fired home from the spot on 24 minutes, before John Stones equalised eight minutes before the break. But the Three Lions were unable to find a winner and Kane – without a Premier League goal this season – was subbed with 14 minutes remaining. The game was overshadowed by shameful scenes off the pitch as visiting Ultras clashed with baton-wielding police. The FA have launched an investigation and will report the matter to FIFA. ■SUB STORY: Kane after coming off £5,000 GUARANTEED PRIZE POT THIS SATURDAY, 3PM* KNOW YOUR FOOTIE? PLAY NOW DOWNLOAD THE APP 18+ UK only, T&Cs apply. Who Knows Wins is committed to responsible gambling and fairness. *WKW PICK 10 Total Prize Pot before deductions on 16/10/21 Enjoy the game but play responsibly. Published by Express Newspapers, a subsidiary company of Reach Plc, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP. 0208 612 7000. Outside UK +44(0) 208 612 7000. Printed by Reach Printing Services, St Albans Rd, Watford WD24 7RG; Reach Printing Services, Hollinwood Ave, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8EP; D C Thomson, 80 Kingsway East, Dundee DD4 8SL; Independent News & Media, 124-144 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1EB. Bermont Impresion S.L Avenida de Alemania 12, 28821 Coslada, Madrid, Spain; Deposito Legal no. TO-394/96; T.F. Print SA, Tenerife; EUROPRINTER SA Zone Aéropole, avenue Jean Mermoz,B 6041 GOSSELIES WMBDS 1234 ABCDEFGHI JKLPQRS * TUW Austria €3.00; Belgium €2.00; Bulgaria BGN 3.70; Canary Is €2.40; Cyprus Cyp €2.15; Denmark DKr 20.00; Germany €2.00; Gibraltar £1; Greece €2.50; Italy €2.00; Luxembourg €2.00; Malta €2.50; Netherlands €2.75; Norway NKr 29.00; Portugal (Cont.) €2.40; Spain €2.40; Switzerland SFr 2.00; Turkey TL 7.00. NEWSPAPERS SUPPORT RECYCLING The recycled paper content of UK newspapers in 2018 was 68.2%

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DS1ST 2 THE PICTURE ZONE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? What happened next in this picture? Two men are walking down some steps to the River Thames to go for a dip. Choose one of the four options. Bonus point if you can guess the year. Solution next week spot the difference 1. A policeman comes to stop them and falls down the steps. 2. One of the men looses his footing and slides all the way down into the water. 3. As they get to the bottom a seagull starts dive-bombing them and one of them falls in the water. 4. When they get to the bottom of the steps a seal pops his head up from the water and makes them both jump with fright. A B C PICTURE QUIZ Can you name these cocktails? Write down your answers below. Solution next week A B D E F C D E G H I F G H I

DS1ST 3 Spot six differences between the picture of Emma Stone on the left and right Solution next week optical illusion Look carefully at these two optical illusions. Can you work out the answer to each one? Solution next week Magic ® Hold the image right up to your nose: it will be blurry. Focus and slowly move the image away from your face. Keep your eyes focused beyond the image, do not focus on the actual image. The image will start to form a fuzzy 3D shape. Stop here, focusing beyond the image and the 3D shape should appear. Clue: A quiet drive Solution next week A B C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 spot the BALL D E F G H I J K L M We have removed the football from this picture. Have a bit of fun with your mates – or even a little bet – to see if you can guess which section the ball was in. Using the grid, choose a row (A-M) and a column (1-19). Solution next week

DS1ST 4 easy THE THINKING ZONE Fill the grid so that every column, row, and 3x3 square includes all of the digits from one to nine. Solutions next week Medium 16 17 15 21 16 10 1 16 10 3 17 14 3 21 3 19 25 2 3 8 1 20 1 10 10 21 26 21 15 1 14 25 21 10 21 1 8 7 16 8 25 18 21 1 2 15 11 21 24 1 10 1 15 4 16 1 23 11 3 8 15 26 21 2 11 25 12 3 6 13 19 25 20 3 9 10 22 17 1 25 2 21 10 6 10 1 1 26 10 26 26 1 19 5 1 10 3 12 21 8 25 15 1 1 1 2 1 2 7 19 14 21 8 7 1 14 1 1 12 1 2 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z L 1 In which sport is the Ryder Cup contested? 2 What is removed in the process of dehydration? 3 Oil from which fish’s liver is taken for vitamins A and D? 4 Whose column stands in the centre of Trafalgar Square? 5 Ashley Judd, left, starred as a prison escapee hunting down her husband who framed her in which 1999 crime thriller film? 6 Which African country lies on the northern border of Burundi? 7 Which actress played both of the title roles in 1982 musical film, Victor Victoria? 8 What name is given to a man-made pile of stones? SUDOKU 8 4 9 5 4 3 9 5 6 3 6 4 7 2 2 1 6 7 1 9 7 PUB QUIZ Solution next week MEGA ALPHA PUZZLE Thinking Space 9 Augsburg, Wolfsburg and Ravensburg are cities in which country? 10 Which 1976 film starring Sissy Spacek was the first screen adaptation of a Stephen King novel? 11 Which actress recorded a 2001 cover version of “Somethin’ Stupid” with Robbie Williams? 12 Who was the wife of the 41st President of the USA and mother of the 43rd? 13 Mary Berry is a famous 7 4 2 9 3 1 2 Alphapuzzle® tests your logic and word power. Each grid number represents a letter. Each letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter or letters – below the main grid – to start. Can you beat the Target Time? Call for an Extra Letter Clue if you get stuck. Solution next week. DIFFICULTY: 10/10; TARGET TIME: 30 minutes Alphapuzzle® © 2019 Acorn Editorial Ltd Stuck on today’s puzzle? CALL: 0905 789 4170 to hear up to six extra letter clues (Deduct two minutes from target time for each extra letter heard.) Alternatively, for six extra clues to your mobile, text ALPHAMEGA to 64343 Texts cost £1 plus your usual network rate. Full solution: 0905 789 4183 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge. 3 4 9 1 1 9 10 14 16 19 22 name in which field? 14 The adult male of which animal is known as a silverback? 15 Jamie Lee Curtis, right, reprises her role as Laurie Strode in which 2021 horror sequel? 16 To which family of rodents does the guinea pig belong? 17 Who played palaeontologist Dr. Alan Grant in 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park? 18 The works of which American playwright include The Crucible and Death Of A Salesman? 19 Who is lead singer of the Difficult 6 3 4 1 5 7 3 0901 326 1006 For extra clues *Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 2 12 3 17 1 9 6 8 4 8 2 5 9 4 3 2 5 9 5 7 5 Stuck on today’s Sudoku? CALL... 0905 789 4184 For today’s solution: 4 21 5 13 DOWN 1 Slingshots (9) 3 Go in (5) 4 Rush (4) 5 Alluringly appealing (9) 6 Complain bitterly (4) 7 Recently (2,4) 8 Weekday (9) 12 Place for holidays (6) 15 Make amends (5) 17 Sixty minutes (4) 18 Plant type (4) 11 18 SMALL X-WORD 20 6 15 US rock band No Doubt? 20 Jodie Comer starred alongside Ryan Reynolds in which 2021 action film about a video game non-player character who becomes a hero? 21 Which US singer-songwriter was born Robert Zimmerman? 22 In which US state is the Kennedy Space Center? 23 In what year was the smoking ban introduced in England and Wales? 24 Which married couple created children’s books including Burglar Bill, The Jolly Postman and the 9 6 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. 7 8 ACROSS 2 Wed go her (anag.) (8) 9 Yearly records of events (6) 10 Toddlers (4) 11 Feral (4) 13 Italian city (5) 14 Make holes in (9) 16 Escort (5) 19 Outward appearance (4) 20 Drive on this (4) 21 Former coin (6) 22 Emphasised (8) Solution next week Stuck on today’s Small X-word? For today’s solution call: 0905 7894 185 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Happy Families series? 25 Which communist leader was born Ioseb Jughashvili? 26 The Card Players, Jas De Bouffan and The Boy In The Red Vest are works by which 19th century French artist? 27 Which imperial measure is the equivalent of 91.44cm? 28 In which town are Towan and Fistral beaches? 29 Which 31-year-old US country music star has released three multipleplatinum-selling albums and won ten Grammy Awards? 30 What was the name of Edmund Spenser’s epic poem first published in 1590? AC 1 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 20 22 25 27 28 30 Colle offic Star s Impla Coun Item valu Carv Dig Dal Finis

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Solution next week Miss Niche Journalist _ Minogue (pictured) Snap shot Turn aside Snake Above _ Christie, writer Squalid dwelling ed Penny Select Chasm Rent it ly ROSS British Conservative statesman; Prime Minister 1963–4 (4,7-4) Raccoon-like mammal of Himalayan forests sometimes called the cat-bear (3,5) Raw sugar obtained from the juice of sugar cane by evaporating it and draining off the molasses (9) Resistance wire in an electric cooker, kettle etc. that heats up when an electric current is passed through it (7) Former monetary unit of Ecuador replaced by the US dollar in 2000 (5) Capital and largest city of Azerbaijan, a port on the Caspian Sea (4) Long strip of cloth worn over one shoulder or round the waist; from Arabic, ‘muslin’ (4) Signal, typically sounded on a bugle or pipes, to awaken military personnel in the morning (8) Thomas ___, English dramatist; The Orphan, Venice Preserv’d etc. (5) Green (originally orange) Muppet character on TV’s Sesame Street also known as Mr Grouch (5) Sir Arthur ___, English archaeologist who excavated the palace of Knossos in Crete (5) Sacred song or hymn; from Latin, ‘song sung to harp music’ (5) Patron saint of children, sailors, merchants and pawnbrokers; feast day, December 6 (8) Alternative name for the blackthorn and its sour blue-black fruit, from Old English (4) Sixth letter of the Greek Make possible Greets Steal Stitch Mask Feeling Under Tree Curt Stretching exercises Seeds Differ from Maize ear Christmas theatre show h Recedes Child Pierce Elton _, pictured Climax Fix firmly alphabet, derived from the Phoenician letter zayin (4) 32 Franz ___, Hungarian composer and pianist whose works include the symphonies Faust and Dante (5) 33 Character played by Adam Driver in 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens (4,3) 35 King of Wessex and Mercia and regarded as the first king of all England; grandson of Alfred the Great (9) 36 Member of a British infantry regiment formerly armed with light flintlock muskets (8) 37 1970 Richard Harris western based on a short story by US author Dorothy M. Johnson (1,3,6,5) DOWN 2 Palme d’Or winner at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival, written and directed by Federico Fellini (2,5,4) 3 1978 hit by American new wave band Blondie, from the album Plastic Letters (5) 4 Muse of astronomy in Greek mythology; literally ‘heavenly woman’ (6) 5 Red wine grape grown in northern Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, used to make a sparkling wine of the same name (11) 6 2015 comedy film starring Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Ike Barinholtz (7) 7 Principal division of a long composition such as a symphony or sonata, differentiated by tempo and Vital Keen Former Russian rulers As well as Toothed wheel Male cat Lessen character (8) 8 UK government department responsible for collecting and managing public revenue (8) 9 Robert ___, English poet who succeeded Henry James Pye as Poet Laureate in 1813 (7) 14 US rapper and actor born Marshall Bruce Mathers III in 1972 (6) 15 Tropical American tree of the mallow family (Malvaceae) valued for its lightweight timber (5) 18 Red or violet dye obtained from certain lichens (6) 19 Professional championship for major league baseball, played annually between the winners of the American League and the National League (5,6) 21 Tall tropical American tree of the family Bombacaceae from which kapok is obtained (5) 23 Artificial waterway in NE Egypt linking the Mediterranean with the Red Sea (4,5) 24 Line on a weather map linking places having the same temperature (8) 25 London district in which the protagonists of BBC1’s Only Fools and Horses lived (7) 26 Tough washable floor covering made from canvas or other material coated under heat and pressure with powdered cork, rosin and linseed oil (8) 29 ‘The ___, the lover and the poet /Are of imagination all compact’, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (7) 31 Hard or chewy sweet made by boiling sugar or treacle with butter (6) 34 Hieronymus ___, Dutch painter whose works include The Garden of Earthly Delights (5) Domestic animal _ Angeles, US city Marsh Stomach pain Italian city Public school Light wood Most recent WORD SEARCH Stuck on the Big X-word? Call R F V H M A R K A N S A S C Z U A Y A U M J I A N Z A O Q O C I I Y J A C D D D I N C L D Z N J K I B I A M O N T A N A E I N C U A Q H V E U N K E R S G K U S L W O C E R K L V O M R W T Y A W T K U R U V A L A I D N T E I K O L W M K D O R V E E W C S L W R A O O A C Y I L K U C C R L Y E H S N T L G A T G V O E E I O G O X T A L W X T C N R T J N M O M A N Q A H W U S G D S W O I N A D Y R K P J I L R E M E I N W D E E S S E N N E T F G N S G 14 22 8 59 34 25 12 13 4 SUMMIT UP If the number in each triangle is the sum of the two below, what is the top number? Solution 9 next week 0905 789 4199 7 21 to hear today’s solutions 14 *Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Find all the US states listed below in the grid. 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6 THE CREATIVE ZONE KEIJO DS1ST FACTS OF LIFE 4 3 1 1 1 4 3 1 Grab your pencils or pens... use colours if you have them, add textures and patterns and make the picture your own. COLOUR ME IN star sketch Draw the facial features into the numbered boxes above to reveal the celebrity. Share your pictures on Twitter with #DailyStarSketch

DS1ST William I defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066. In April 1066, Halley’s Comet was visible and described as appearing four times the size of Venus. The Bayeux Tapestry commemorates William’s victory and events leading up to the battle. It is made up of more than 70 scenes of embroidered cloth and is almost 70m long. William the Conqueror was the first Norman monarch to rule England. His coronation was held on Christmas Day in 1066 in Westminster Abbey. The Tower of London was founded in late 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest. The 142 objects that make up the Crown Jewels are still housed in the Tower’s Jewel House. 7 Place the remaining tiles into the grid so that four different numbers and four different shapes appear in each row and column. Solution next week 3 3 4 1 2 2 3 3 4 1 2 2 Follow the instructions on the right to make your Barmi Origami. Then once you have made it, find a friend and ask them to pick a colour. Open the Barmi Origami one way, then the other to spell out the chosen colour (eg: Y E L L O W). Ask your friend to choose a number, then open the Barmi Origami one way, then the other to count out the number. Finally, choose a number, lift the flap and read out 1. Cut out the square at the below right BARMI ORIGAMI the words. Your friend must follow out the request. Take care if it is a physical challenge! 2. Turn over so the colour squares are on the back 5. Fold the opposite way corner to corner 3. Fold in half corner to corner 6. Unfold back to a square 4. Unfold back to a square 7. Fold a corner to the centre DOT-TO-DOT CHALLENGE Join the dots to reveal someone working! 8. Fold the rest of the corners in 9. Turn over 10. Fold a corner to the centre Brush up your fine motor skills by joining up the dots from number 1. Try gliding smoothly from dot to dot without taking your pen or pencil off the paper. 11. Fold the rest of the corners in 12. Turn over 13. Fold in half 14. Insert fingers making sure the coloured squares are on top Find a discarded newspaper and put it in the recycling Name four cities beginning with C Pretend that a friend is a vampire looking for their next victim Count all the circular objects you can see right now Make an online donation to an animal sanctuary Learn a fact about macaques and tell it to a friend as if you are a mouse hungry for crackers one breath? Say your next sentence How many different footballers can you name in

DS1ST 8 THE INTERACTIVE ZONE SQUARES This game requires two or more players. The first player draws a line from any dot to any vertically or horizontally adjacent dot. The next player does the same, and the players continue to take turns drawing lines in this way. The object of the game is to form a square by joining four dots. When a player draws a line that closes a square, she writes her initials inside the square and gets a bonus turn. When all possible lines have been drawn, the player with the most initialled squares is the winner. PAGES FULL OF GAMES AND TEASERS TRY TO FIND... the pencil case HANG MAN 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 Think of a flower, then in the blue box above, draw dashes to represent the number of letters in the word. Then the person you’re playing against starts to guess letters. If the letter is in the word, write it on the corresponding dash. If the letter is not in the word then draw a line on the hangman and cross off the letter on the alphabet chart. A game for two people. Each player takes it in turn to place their X or O into one of the empty squares in the grid. To win the game get three of your symbols in a line horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Take it in turns to start; best of 5. NOUGHTS & CROSSES find the pencil case WHAT HAPPENS NEXT 1. A ball girl runs on and picks the bug up and takes it off the court. PICTURE QUIZ A. Dime Bar, B. R.White’s, C. Hamlet cigars, D. Levi’s, E. BT, F. Yellow Pages, G. Cadbury’s Smash, H. Hovis, I. Tango, SPOT THE DIFFERENCE last week’s solutions Easy Difficult MAGIC EYE PICTURE Two squirrels. SPOT THE BALL The ball was in square E-16. SUDOKU Medium 5 7 3 9 1 8 4 2 6 8 4 7 3 6 9 2 5 1 1 9 2 6 8 5 7 3 4 3 7 4 8 9 2 5 6 1 2 8 6 7 1 5 4 3 9 5 1 9 3 6 4 8 7 2 1 6 8 2 4 7 3 9 5 7 5 2 6 3 9 1 4 8 9 4 3 1 5 8 7 2 6 6 2 1 5 7 3 9 8 4 8 9 7 4 2 1 6 5 3 4 3 5 9 8 6 2 1 7 2 8 4 5 7 6 9 3 1 3 5 9 7 1 2 6 4 8 4 6 7 1 9 3 8 2 5 mega aLPHA PUZZLE small x-word 6 1 9 4 3 2 5 8 7 1 2 6 8 4 5 7 9 3 3 5 8 2 7 4 9 6 1 Across: Funk, Japonica, Epicure, Haste, Inept, Garden, Lament, Mildew, Unique, Ample, Mocha, Imitate, Theology, Daft. Down: Flexible, Omit, Naive, Monocle, Button, Quail, Avenge, Sewing, Other, Italic, Instead, Plaza, Abet, Sweetest. Across: 1 Holy Grail, 7 Aviary, 9 Boon, 10 Arose, 12 Ague, 13 Threefold, 14 Urge, 16 Aorta, 18 Hope, 19 Grasps, 20 Tepidness. Down: 1 Habitual, 2 Lion, 3 Yankee, 4 Graveyard, 5 Ado, 6 Insult, 8 Heedless, 11 Throne, 12 Afghan, 15 Hose, 17 Rap. PUB QUIZ 1 The Old Vic, 2 Red, 3 Halley’s Comet, 4 Sextet, 5 The Blind Side, 6 George Burns, 7 Belgium, 8 Jerome Kern, 9 Dame Margaret Rutherford, 10 I Know What You Did Last Summer, 11 Saints, 12 A parrot, 13 Tadpole, 14 Edith Piaf, 15 Panic Room, 16 Kansas, 17 Sir Frank Whittle, 18 Thirty, 19 Pete Seeger, 20 Desperate Housewives, 21 X, 22 Henry VIII, 23 Luke, 24 Mickey Rooney, 25 Jack the Ripper, 26 Cement, 27 Netball, 28 Kent, 29 Severiano Ballesteros, 30 Rachel. BIG X-WORD Across: 1 Trapezium, 5 Cicatrix, 9 Neotoma, 10 Subsidence, 11 Carmelite, 12 Praia, 13 Silo, 15 Oryza, 17 Pindar, 19 Black Mass, 21 Alex Haley, 22 Undine, 23 Torus, 27 Born, 28 Calyx, 29 Maggie May, 33 D H Lawrence, 34 Mindoro, 35 Cyclades, 36 Tennessee. Down:1 Tennis elbow, 2 Amos, 3 Zymurgy, 4 Musala, 5 Cubit, 6 Coir, 7 The Great Gatsby, 8 Ischia, 11 Cook County Jail, 14 Inbox, 16 Alsace, 17 Piglet, 18 Ray Winstone, 20 Magic, 24 Rampion, 25 Cathay, 26 Egbert, 30 Agnes, 31 Prod, 32 Toys. ARROW WORD R S S A S L R U N O U T C O C O A I S A S T I R R E N T O M B L I L Y W L A P P A N S T O R M E D S T Y X O U O V A M H A D O G M A R I T A L I A N S L S I N G L E N E S S I B R E A K S A S F P E A E E L A P P E T I T E G A A J A R I R R A G S A M E N C O U R T I E R S K N S E E S A S T I B E A U S H O T R W R O T D A V I D S T E P A L I E V E O E A T U N T I E E N I D E L M O A R WORD SEARCH R H D L O G S L O O F Y Y C C N A M E H T S E H S K A X O Y P Y E M O N E F I N E D A Y O U X S Y S X T B P N R I I O B D T K H P N M M R O C L M T A E H N A A A B L E T B O A E T K E S B W L E M T T R H M U U C P U I L Z L L T I I E M G O O R W E I H C O Y N D H A L B N O D E L B M I W G E T M Y A K P D Z P D H H O H W F T X C A O J C C S Z I M I A W B G V Q S H U Q K S T A L R L U C D X A V T N Q T C N L S E V Y C T L Z O Y O T H E S W I T C H 3 2 1 4 SUMMIT UP 92, 84 star sketch The star is Vick Hope. 4 3 2 1 keijo 2 1 4 3 Dot to dot A horse’s head. 1 4 3 2

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