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  1. Charlie Lister had a good night last night - 5 winners on the card
  2. Missed all of em Corker - out for St Pats Day:partyhat: 7:40 a 500m race looks quite straight forward for Charlie Lister to start well and never be headed in this years championship, with Trap2 TULLYMURRY KIARA, she looks set to lead from the start and only needs to hold Trap4 early to go onto score, at the expense of Trap1 and Trap4 battling for the minor honours. Won at 5/4 8:00 a 280m sprint race, looks a match between Trap2 GLENROE GINGER (5 wins from last 6) and Trap6 TYRUR HESTOR (6 wins from last , both greyhounds have broken the clock at Sheffield over this sprint distance recently, and can not split them. Won at 5/4 8:15 a 500m race, its not a two dog affair as betting suggests and it may pay to have a little interest on Charlie Lister runner in Trap4 TYRUR KIRK at odds around 7/2. Close...2nd at 5/1 8:35 a 660m race, no proven stayers in the field and a lot of ifs and buts, so best left alone, with Trap6 likely to be short and has yet to race over this trip in Ireland, but his 4 bend form will ensure he sets a blistering pace and probably stay on to win. Won at 9/4 8:50 a 500m race, one of the leading Derby fancies is on parade and NINJA JAMIE in Trap2 will take all the beating Won at 2/7 9:10 a 500m race, sees the favourite for the show piece Derby in Trap3 FEAR ZAFONIC running, likely to be odds on, but looks the part and is worth including in doubles and trebles, his trial of 28.67sec on the 12th March is a quick as an aeroplane would go and would take a special run to get near him. Did not run 9:25 a 660m race, sees Trap4 DROOPYS CAVALHO at odds of around 7/4 is worth a good bet, a good break will see him lead from start to finish, his first time over the distance but has been staying well over 575m at Romford and the addition 85m will suit, get on. Did not run 9:45 a 500m race is a pure match between Trap3 and Trap6, with the more consistent starter in Trap6 BOHERNA BEST taken to get first run and stay there. Trap 3 won at 7/4 Trap 6 2nd - reverse forecaste here
  3. Tullymurry Kiara just pinged in at 5/4 for the 7.40 Tyrur Hestor also won the 8.00 at 6/4
  4. 7:40 a 500m race looks quite straight forward for Charlie Lister to start well and never be headed in this years championship, with Trap2 TULLYMURRY KIARA, she looks set to lead from the start and only needs to hold Trap4 early to go onto score, at the expense of Trap1 and Trap4 battling for the minor honours. 8:00 a 280m sprint race, looks a match between Trap2 GLENROE GINGER (5 wins from last 6) and Trap6 TYRUR HESTOR (6 wins from last , both greyhounds have broken the clock at Sheffield over this sprint distance recently, and can not split them. 8:15 a 500m race, its not a two dog affair as betting suggests and it may pay to have a little interest on Charlie Lister runner in Trap4 TYRUR KIRK at odds around 7/2. 8:35 a 660m race, no proven stayers in the field and a lot of ifs and buts, so best left alone, with Trap6 likely to be short and has yet to race over this trip in Ireland, but his 4 bend form will ensure he sets a blistering pace and probably stay on to win. 8:50 a 500m race, one of the leading Derby fancies is on parade and NINJA JAMIE in Trap2 will take all the beating 9:10 a 500m race, sees the favourite for the show piece Derby in Trap3 FEAR ZAFONIC running, likely to be odds on, but looks the part and is worth including in doubles and trebles, his trial of 28.67sec on the 12th March is a quick as an aeroplane would go and would take a special run to get near him. 9:25 a 660m race, sees Trap4 DROOPYS CAVALHO at odds of around 7/4 is worth a good bet, a good break will see him lead from start to finish, his first time over the distance but has been staying well over 575m at Romford and the addition 85m will suit, get on. 9:45 a 500m race is a pure match between Trap3 and Trap6, with the more consistent starter in Trap6 BOHERNA BEST taken to get first run and stay there. Courtesy of Trap 6, who usually get 3 winners from 6/7 races
  5. The photo shop near the tram stop on Commercial Street (near Ftzallan Square) print very large photographs up to poster size....bit pricey though
  6. Seen Springsteen on every tour since The River Tour - including the Lane gigs for the Tunnel of Love Express Tour. After seeing Bruce and the E Street Band over 10 times over the years - the Lane gig has to be my favourite Please feel free to pm me for info. Sorry I have no pictures but can tell you a few details As Titanic above mentioned - the live track and video for 'Spare Parts' was recorded from the Lane gigs ps There was a rumour circulating that Bruce may play Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield in the summer. Havey Goldsmith, Bruce's promoter in the UK looked at Don Valley or Old Trafford for the Northern gig later this summer. No announcement has been made as yet - although headlining Glastonbury was announced this week http://www.backstreets.com/news.html
  7. Both are truly great players. It is difficult to fully compare them because Beckham played for a better national side and therefore had a higher international profile. I think our opinion of Giggs would be far higher if he had played for England and in his youth, he did have that opportunity At their peak...I think Beckham was a better player and importantly, more consistent. Giggs tended to have huge dips in form during his twenties and consequently, Ferguson dropped ('rested') him on a regular basis. It is significant perhaps that when Roy Keane was suspended for the Champions League Final against Bayern, it was Beckham that was given the central role for the team. After placing Scmeichal on the team sheet - I think Keane and Beckham would have always been the next two names on Fergies team sheet. However, the great skill of Sir Alex's sides have been that the parts were never bigger than the sum Beckham never posessed any pace but is certainly the best crosser of a football I have seen. In the September years - Giggs is having that final flourish to his career - the pace is declining but the brain is compensating. Unlike Beckham, Giggs last year playing football will probably be his best.
  8. Oh dear - what a terrible collapse..........what is happening with this side?
  9. Good steady reply by Windies so far. Traded the evens Bowling looks lack lustre - need a Windies collaps and soon
  10. I think the stat is Monty has not taken a catch in the last 13 tests - lucky 13?! Edging close to 300. Harmison if firing on all cylinders should be a handful on this pitch Still taking England at evens
  11. Usually, most sides struggle to make 400 on this pitch. If we can get up to 350, bowl well and the weather holds, as is the forecast - I think England are good for the current evens price. Windies have not beaten England in a test match for 9 years
  12. Could it be that the people in the video were 'tight end' players...ahem:rolleyes: Great match and Bruuuce was terrific at half time
  13. Stayed up to listen to Bruuuuce and The E Street Band on the Super Bowl programme Spot on!!
  14. Thanks Plaintalker Session 2 - 'The Tamer of Beasts and Hot Molten Steel'
  15. The Sheffield WEA are offering a local history course on the Sheffield City Battalion after Xmas The course begins on Weds 13th January, 7pm - 9pm and runs for 10 weeks and we have 7 places left. The course venue is the old vicarage at Attercliffe - 3 Vicarage Road, Attercliffe, Sheffield S9 3RH The cost of the ten week course is £55 but zero if you are unwaged or in receipt of benefits If you are interested in attending the course you can find more info or enrol by telephone on: 0114 242 3609 or e mail : yorkshumber@wea.org.uk You can also pm me if you want more info The course is running at present (we have 4 weeks left!) and was fully subscribed and to get a flavour of the course you can visit our current course blog at: http://sheffieldpals.blogspot.com/
  16. Plaintalker - I e mailed the History Channel and the production company are sending me a DVD copy of the Peace programme - thought the group might want to look at 20 minutes of this. It is quite difficult to get access to the Scotland Yard Museum but I am working on that one at the moment also;) Many thanks for alerting me to the programme - good on yer:thumbsup:
  17. Liverpool have a chance if they can keep Torres injury free and Gerrard at liberty:huh: Incidentally, I hear that the kop no longer chants: Peter Crouch he's a red and his feet stick out the bed Peter Crouch Peter Crouch..............................oops! replaced by Robbie Keane he's a red and he talks like Father Ted Robbie Keane, Robbie Keane
  18. Dennis Wise was at the Charlton game - Kenny has been dropped after a fall out - hence the story?
  19. For those who have already signed up to the course - (there a few places left folks!) I have started to add links and book references to the course blog. These are a list of references that the course materials refer to - not a book list requirement! If you are interested, a few of these titles are available at the central library. Check this out at: http://charliepeace.blogspot.com/ I will add specific book links to Peace and media references in the coming weeks:)
  20. For those interested in visiting the battlefields around Serre, a new air route is being planned for next year. From April 2009 direct flights are scheduled between Leeds/Bradford and Albert in France- a stones throw away from Serre I have posted a link to Jet2.com on the Sheffield City Battalion blog http://sheffieldpals.blogspot.com/ I know its a downright plug for the site but hey......
  21. It's still a listed building. A city in the sky. A thing of beauty. Ask yourself this - would you like to send your own family to live there for the next 30 years? ...la...la....la....la.....
  22. He's switching them on via answerphone:rolleyes:
  23. Look forward to seeing you again - really excited by this course, can't wait to get going Check out the blog from time to time - this will get updated the nearer we start http://charliepeace.blogspot.com/
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