Greyhounds; Sport in Brief

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Greyhounds; Sport in Brief


NEWCASTLE (BAGS) 11.11 (480m): Iona Patch, Swift Silverlily, Blackhouse Ghost, Colliery Girl, Stormy Jo Jo, Lip Bound (W).

11.28 (480m H/c): Swift Campese (7), Fabulous Vesper (7), Alnwick Shan (3), Crooks Porkchop (W) (2), Troopers Hero (scr), Queenies Ace (scr).

11.42 (480m): Popos Baby, Guinness Boss, Target Bullet, Unknown Moyes, Playfield Shaw, Jumeirah Orlando (W). 11.57 (480m): Target Jade, Challenger, Bothal Ronnie, Gulladoo Jonny, Cover Dacca, Eastcoast Dennis (W).

12.12 (480m H/c): Forge Heather (10), Millview Fox (10), Alotofboot (4), Queeenies Wee One (3), Express Ginger (scr), Colliery Lady (scr).

12.27 (290m): Crooks Mitsis, Offshore Louis, Bluehall, Tornaroy Temper, Masada Hondo, Star Cross. 12.42 (480m): Crazy Cruiser, Blackhouse Elsa, Crooks Odyssey, Cover Jenny, North Harris (W), Colliery Gunner (W).

12.58 (640m H/c): Borna Town (6), Blackjack Star (4), Fabulous Trip (2), Mollys Carlo (2), Fearsome Mantra (W) (2), Jans Bluebell (scr).

1.12 (480m): Queenies Two, Chuggington, Move Over Fozzy, Sunoak Lark, Ravenvue Lloyd, Black Twenty.

1.27 (480m): Boherash Abu, Romeo Assassin, Rallying Railer, Fortfield Ivy, Lil Thor (W), Woodys Arizona (W).

1.44 (480m): Highview Reward, Lovely Heather, Islas Giovanni, Woodys Beyonce, Starlight Sky, Sarasota Jewel (W).

1.58 (480m): Calzaghe Crash, Wraysbury Realm, Knockmant Jake, Chaotic Serena, Blackhouse Tubbs, Mirinda Flex (W).

Reserves: Alnwick Master, Ayr Master (W), Banfid Isles, Blackhouse Beau (W), Blackhouse Seeka (W), Crooks Saffron, Crooks Storm, Highclere Gusbus, Highview Honey, Ludworth Bolt, Olives Boys, Parkmount Lady, Stay On Lass (W), Till Nine, Unknown Alex, Wraysbury Rumble. …

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