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Europe all set for Gowran return

first_img De Bromhead said: “He seems in good form, I’m happy with him. “It’s a good race and the ground is yielding, so it should be nice ground. “I never expect anything, we’ll just see what happens. “We’re just taking it one race at a time.” Regular rider Andrew Lynch will be in the saddle once again and is looking forward to renewing his association with the horse that has done most to elevate his career. “I rode him in work last week and he felt in great form. I’m hoping for another good year for him,” he told At The Races. “Hopefully everything will go well on Saturday. Last year he won his first four races and he was just unlucky to come up against Sprinter Sacre in his other two. “If he picks up a sequence of wins again this season I’d be very happy. Press Association Henry de Bromhead’s 11-year-old has claimed the last two renewals of the two-and-a-half mile contest and enjoyed another excellent campaign last season, winning his first four starts before chasing home Sprinter Sacre at Cheltenham and Punchestown. Sizing Europe will have to be on his game if he is to make a winning return, however, with Quito De La Roque, Rubi Light, Baily Green and Roi Du Mee all rated over 150. “It’s two and a half miles on Saturday but he’s won it twice before and I’m hoping for a good run.” Robbie Hennessy feels Rubi Light is heading into the new campaign in excellent form. The eight-year-old fell at the final fence when he looked set to beat Sizing Europe in this race two years ago, with the County Meath trainer hoping his charge can settle the score this weekend. He said: “Sizing Europe is the one we all have to beat, but revenge is sweet, so we’ll see what happens. “Touch-wood, we’ve had a great run with our horse. His work and his schooling have all gone well and thankfully the rain has come as we needed every drop. “We have our horse fairly straight. He went to a schooling race in Dundalk a couple of weeks ago and Barry Geraghty schooled him over five fences at the Curragh the other day and was thrilled with him. “For once everything has gone right, so hopefully they keep going that way.” Last season’s Arkle runner-up Baily Green steps up to two and a half miles on his first start outside novice company. Trainer Mouse Morris said: “It’s a hot race and it’s first run for a while, so I’m sure he’ll benefit from it. “We’ll find out a bit more tomorrow but I think he’ll probably want a trip this year. “Fingers crossed he runs well and we’ll go from there.” Quito De La Roque had an up-and-down campaign last season, but trainer Colm Murphy feels his nine-year-old is in good shape ahead of his return. Murphy said: “He seems good, I’m very happy with him at home. “The trip is probably a bit on the sharp side for him, but it will be nice to get him started and we know he’ll come on for the run.” The Gordon Elliott-trained Roi Du Mee won six times last season and is another major contender on his comeback. The field is completed by Laganbank, Tribes And Banner and Sumkindasuprstar. Sizing Europe is the star name among a fascinating field of eight runners in the PWC Champion Chase at Gowran Park on Saturday. last_img read more

O’Shea: Ireland will reassure Keogh

first_imgJohn O’Shea has promised the Republic of Ireland will help to soothe Richard Keogh’s play-off final heartache. O’Shea’s international team-mate found himself a key figure in a dramatic conclusion to Saturday’s multi-million pound Sky Bet Championship showdown between Derby and QPR with Barclays Premier League football at stake. It was Keogh’s late error which handed Bobby Zamora the chance to fire 10-man Rangers into the top flight after the Rams had dominated at Wembley. He, Jeff Hendrick and Conor Sammon are due to meet up with the Ireland squad, as is QPR striker Kevin Doyle, ahead of Saturday’s friendly against Italy at Craven Cottage, and O’Shea will put an arm around his fellow defender. He said: “Richard will get over it. He’s a fantastic player – he’s probably been one of Derby’s best players, if not the best player, this season. “It’s just one of those things in football. His disappointment was clear to see for everyone, and if he comes into the squad, it will be great if we see him because we will pick him up. “I know Richard, the type of lad he is. He’s a fantastic player and a fantastic fella as well, so he will get over it and come back bigger and better and stronger.” Rangers were forced to fight a desperate rearguard action after Gary O’Neil’s red card for a cynical challenge, and they were indebted to another Irishman, Richard Dunne. The 34-year-old turned in the kind of performance he has done so often for his country over the years to keep Derby at bay and remind international boss Martin O’Neill of his enduring quality. Dunne made himself unavailable for the Republic’s end-of-season friendlies, but O’Shea has few doubts about what he still has to offer. He said: “You have no need to tell me that, I have played alongside Richard long enough to know what a quality player he is. “He had his magnet hat on again. Everything was just directed to him and he was in the right position, experience, cleared it all away. “Especially when they went down to 10 men, he was a vital player for them. “It’s hugely disappointing for the Derby lads, the Irish lads especially, because we know how hard they worked and how well they have played all this season too. To come down to that is gutting for them. “But obviously for Kevin and Richard, it’s pleasing for them.” Sunderland defender O’Shea, 33, could play his 50th game of the season against the Italians before heading off for a well-earned rest after being excused Ireland’s trip to the United States to meet Costa Rica and Portugal, and he admits he is ready for a break Asked how his body was holding out, he said: “Fine, not too bad at all. “Obviously when the season finished against Swansea, I literally had a few days off and then had a few days on a coaching course and then meeting up with the squad, so there has not really been too much time to have a rest yet. “But it’s not too far away. We are nearly there, nearly there.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Ghana League Cypher: Meet the crew behind Asante Kotoko’s messed campaign

first_imgAsante Kotoko’s woes  in dealing with the exit of management and coaches have assumed a permanent  characteristic  of unnecessary tension and drama which often leaves the club’s reputation dented.Fans of the 23 time Ghana premier league champions  deserve better you think.Management’s handling of Coach David Duncan’s supposed sacking , bonus arrangement , and player recruitment have been critically poor.David Duncan may have a contributed hugely to the mess in the season but several subplots  and unsuspecting individuals have ensured the steep fall of the porcupines warriors.The Ghana League Cypher crew unmasked the true detractors of the Premier league giants on this week’s edition of the show anchored by Joy Sports George Addo Jnr..Watch match day six analysis of Ghana Premier league below  –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more