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Wimbledon – Men’s Singles Championship

Wimbledon

The Wimbledon Oldies? The big 4 are back at the top of the market again.  It is like travelling back in time! Who would have believed that at the age of 35 Roger Federer would be 9/4 favourite to win his 8th Wimbledon title and potentially his 19th Grand Slam. Federed deliberately avoided his least favourite slam the French to ...

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Irish Derby – The Curragh Saturday 1st July

Irish Derby

O’Brien’s Irish Derby Delight? Aiden O’Brien goes for another Irish Derby on Saturday.  Since 2006 he has won 8 Irish Derbies.  He has another great chance hear of adding another Irish Derby as he has 8 runners in the 12 runner field. Amongst those is the English Derby winner Wings of Eagles.  He beat his more fancied stablemate Cliffs of ...

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2017 FIFA Confederations Cup – The Semi-finals

Confederations Cup

Confederations Cup Semi-final 1: Portugal vs Chile This should be the pick of the semi-finals, as both nations have brought very strong squads to the Confederations Cup. Euro 2016 winners Portugal have Cristiano Ronaldo, Nani and the 2 Silvas – new AC Milan signing André and new Manchester City signing Bernardo. Copa América Champions Chile, meanwhile, have their new record ...

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Euro U21 Semi-finals – Who And What to Look Out For

Euro U21

Euro U21 Semi-final 1 – England vs Germany Welcome to the latest edition of one of European football’s biggest rivalries. Germany won 1-0 when the teams met in a friendly back in March but Aidy Boothroyd’s England will fancy their chances this time in this Euro U21 semi-final. After a 0-0 draw against Sweden, they secured victories over Slovakia and ...

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Carlisle Bell and Cumberland Plate day

York racing

The Carlisle Bell and the Cumberland Plate take place on Wednesday. Both races boast long histories. The city records mention two Carlisle Bells in 1619 when a race meeting took place on a course at Kingsmoor. Carlisle’s clerk of the course Sir Loftus Bates visited the local Tullie House Museum in 1922 to inspect the original Carlisle Bells, which had ...

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Royal Ascot coverage worked well

Commonwealth Cup

ITV’s Royal Ascot coverage struck the right note in appealing to both the racing fan and the casual observer. Ed Chamberlin looked good and knew his stuff. Jason Weaver was reliable; Francesca Cumani excelled when commenting on how horses looked; Matt Chapman was …. well, Matt Chapman. Oli Bell was a good interviewer. Speaking to a jockey straight after a ...

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Premier League Transfers – The Best of June 2017

transfers

1. Bernardo Silva, Monaco to Manchester City, £43million Pep Guardiola has started early with his transfers this summer. Goalkeeper Ederson arrived for £35million but Silva is the star signing. The 22-year-old midfielder was in scintillating form for Monaco last season, as they won the French league and reached the Champions League semi-finals. He scored 11 goals but it’s his creative ...

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Royal Ascot good things: just two left

Commonwealth Cup

Five Royal Ascot good things had bookies running for cover in the days leading up to this year’s royal meeting. Punters placed accumulators on five odds-on favourites. Ribchester got them off to a good start but the acca bets bit the dust when Churchill finished fourth the St James’s Palace Stakes. Order Of St George started a warm order for ...

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Royal Ascot Day 3 – Gold Cup 4.20pm

Commonwealth Cup

Royal Ascot Day 3 The highlight of Royal Ascot day 3 will be the Group 1 Gold Cup.  This is the most prestigious race for the horses who prefer the long distance races.  This race is over 2m 3f. Interestingly it is one of only 3 races at the Royal meeting where the winner gets to keep the trophy.  The ...

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