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Villa battle back from 1-3 down to secure a point after a 3-3 draw in a match we were unlucky not to take all three points from – this match and the Man United show how much more flair and commitment is in the squad when Heskey isn’t playing.

Andrea exited in 58th position at DTD after her AK was no match for pocket 7’s all in pre.
A deal was agreed on final table with a 7 way split leaving £6k on top for the winner,

PLACE PLAYER PRIZE
1 Arjanit Kondaj £27,349
2 Mark Docherty £15,989
3 Hiren Kanabar £9,593
4 Basharat Mahmood £6,732
5 Toby Lewis £5,049
6 Anon £3,787
7 Phillip Toomer £2,945
8 Sam Trickett £2,104
9 Aaron Fisher £1,683
10 Daniel Brown £1,178
11 Guy Rolfe £1,178
12 Te Ng Cao £1,178
13 Paul King £1,178
14 Paul Halling £842
15 Gurdeu Millan £842
16 Eddie Lundon £842
17 John Exley £842
18 Ghassan Chehbi £842
19 Richard Young £450
20 Daniel Carter £450
21 David Oakton £450
22 Jamie Purdon £450
23 Frazer Beattie £450
24 Tony Salmon £450
25 Daryl Moore £450
26 Marcus Bebb-jones £450
27 David Tighe £450

Meanwhile, in Dublin at the Irish Open with a whopping 700 players posting the €3,500 buy-in for a shot at Irish poker history – they have reached the final table:

Seat 1: Lee Brooke-Pearce –998,000
Seat 2: Andrew Pantling — 2,286,000
Seat 3: Andrew Bradshaw — 351,000 (pictured)
Seat 4: Kara Scott — 701,000 (pictured above)
Seat 5: William Kassouf — 569,000
Seat 6: Bradley Verburg — 217,000
Seat 7: Christer Johansson — 906,000
Seat 8: Atanas Gueorguiev — 990,000


Prize Structure:

1st = €600,000
2nd = €312,600
3rd = €205,200
4th = €163,300
5th = €130,600
6th = €100,800
7th = €74,600
8th = €56,000
9th = €37,400 Phil Baker


Over the pond now and whilst Tiger kept my hopes alive of picking up £300 they finally dwindled away on the 17th with a wayward tee shot.




Angel Cabrera of Argentina (pictured above) won his first Masters title after beating Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a play-off. Cabrera secured his second major with a par at the 10th - the second extra hole - after Perry had missed the green and failed to get up and down.
Perry, 48, earlier had a putt to win the tournament at the 72nd hole but it slid by for a bogey.
Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods had mounted stunning efforts only to come up just short in the last few holes.





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1 comments:

Kev said...

As Winston Churchill once said Steve never give in,never give in,never give in....Great manager O'neil,was a god for us (celtic from birth).Think you got a few injury probs up front now.Golf was good thought Mickleson was gonna come good for me after that 1st 9 but that 9 iron at the 12th done the damage,kay sa ra...back to the grind.

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