Little Charity for Ken's Girl at Bridge; SPORTS AGENDA

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Little Charity for Ken's Girl at Bridge; SPORTS AGENDA


Byline: CHARLES SALE

THE fallout from former Chelsea chairman Ken Bates's acrimonious split with the club has even impacted on his daughter Fiona's admirable charity work.

Fiona Mathews, a daughter from Bates's first marriage, organised a fashion show last Thursday in the Galleria hospitality room at Stamford Bridge, with the proceeds going to the Mathews Harland Trust to help educate children with learning difficulties.

Fiona, as in previous charity events she has staged at Chelsea, expected to put down a deposit for the facility in advance and pay the balance after she had collected funding from the function.

Instead, she was told that she would have to pay - on 'orders from above' - the entire [pounds sterling]4,900 fee before going ahead with the show, which featured top models Jodie Kidd and Marie Helvin and designer Paul Costelloe.

A stunned Fiona needed to find outside help to raise the cash for this unprecedented Chelsea demand. The event later raised [pounds sterling]25,000 for the charity, with Bates senior paying [pounds sterling]1,600 for some Costelloe- designed cutlery which he has given to former Chelsea favourite Dennis Wise as a wedding present.

A Chelsea spokesman said: 'This is nothing to do with the football club and there are no representatives of Roman Abramovich on the site.'

RIO FERDINAND'S personal advisers do not want him to take the appeal over his eightmonth ban for missing a drugs test to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland. They are only too aware how much strain the defender was under because of having to wait so long for his hearing and subsequent appeal. A further delay would only heap more mental pressure on the Manchester United player.

LISTENERS to Radio Five Live's Breakfast Show racing bulletins yesterday may have gained the impression that racing presenter Luke Harvey was still celebrating Best Mate's Cheltenham hat-trick in his family-run Wantage hostelry, The Blowing Stone. …

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