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Saturday, 3 November 2012

Full time at the Twickenham Stoop

Half time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 22 - 12 Gloucester

Play at the start of the second half was hard hitting but unsettled. Possession frequently changing hands.

Gloucester scored the first points of the second half through a penalty kick.  Yet the visitors found themselves a man down after Monahan saw yellow for tackling Brown in the air.

In play that defined the second half, Quins found themselves on the visitor's try line, only to blocked from going any further by a determined Gloucester side.

In the 57th minute the boot of Evans added another 3 points to the Quins score, his aim back on track after missing the posts a few minutes earlier.

Not to be outdone Gloucester added 3 points of their own after the home side gifted the visitors a penalty.

Within minutes Quins found themselves pushing for another try. They came within meters of the line but a strong Gloucester defense forced the home side to send the ball wide. A misjudged pass ended up in touch.

Referee Wayne Barnes brought play back to the location of an earlier infringement and Quins, looking for that fourth try and bonus point, opted for a line out.  Although Quins crossed the line, the ref had already blown for an infringement and the try was therefore disallowed.

Scrappy passing by the visitors gave Quins an opportunity to intercept, however a sloppy pass by the home side went unpunished as Gloucester knocked on.  Dominance in the scrum by Quins earned them a shot between the posts. Evans happily accepted.

The home side had momentum and were soon pushing for the line again. Morgan saw yellow for Gloucester and despite repeated infringements in the scrum by the visitors so close to the line, a penalty try was not forthcoming.

Another reset scrum followed but this time Harlequins were deemed to be in the wrong. A quick take by Gloucester saw them race to the other end of the field and score a consolatory try.  The conversion was added and Quins found themselves on the defensive, leading by just 3 points.

The moment the home side regained possession, they kicked it into touch and ended the game.

It has been a long time since a referee has been booed off the field at The Stoop but in the eyes of the one fans, it was well deserved.

Nick Easter, captain, was awarded Man of the Match for a job, on the whole, well done.

Discipline remains an issue with Harlequins - only 7 of the 25 points scored by Gloucester were in open play.

Full time: Harlequins 28 - 25 Gloucester 
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:46 pm  

Half time from the Twickenham Stoop

A long kick by Gloucester to start the game saw an attempt to run the ball from deep within the Quins territory.

The home side once again dominated the scrums and mauls. Evans opened the scoring in the seventh minute through a penalty.

A momentary lapse of concentration saw a knock on by the home side with a penalty awarded to Gloucester after a collapse in the scrum went against the Quins.  Gloucester equaled the scores after nine minutes.

An error on the restart by the Quins saw the ball kicked into touch. Possession once again switched sides after a strong take by Brown.

A Quins line-out thrown long saw the home side run unmarked towards the line, passing out wide to Brown who went over for the try. Evans converted.

However a penalty just 3 minutes later saw Gloucester claw back some points. Another penalty from the foot of Gloucesters number 10 saw the visitors move within one point of Quins.

Just over ten minutes of the first half left and Quins made another break for the try line only to knock on under tackle. 

Gloucester took the lead for the first time through another penalty but it was short lived.  Dickson broke following a tap kick from the halfway line allowing Hopper to cross for yet another Quins try. Evans failed to convert.

More misery came in the last minute for the visitors as Smith intercepted an attacking Gloucester and ran half the field for a try. This time Evans converted.

Half time at The Stoop: Harlequins 22 - 12 Gloucester

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:34 pm  

Harlequins v Gloucester
It is tight at the top end of the Premiership table in Rugby Union. A last push by Quins against London Irish last week saw last seasons' champions regain the top spot.

Today Harlequins face Gloucester at the Twickenham Stoop. With four of the home side's players called to the England squad, this game on a cold November night will not be easy. Their record against Gloucester has them trailing in head to heads.

Nick Evans, fresh from signing a new contract with the Quins, returns to the starting line up following his recovery from injury. Nick Easter is handed the captaincy.

Kick off is 5.15pm.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:47 pm  

South London robbers get jail
Three robbers who took more than half a million pounds in a spate of armed raids across South London and Kent have been jailed for a total of 62 years.

The trio were caught as they attempted to rob a Santander bank in North Cheam in February.

The robberies dated back to 2000.

Robert Hall of Thornton Heath, Emmet Wynne from West Wickham and Ian Knight of Streatham pleaded guilty to a variety of offences for firearms, robbery, and conspiracy to rob.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:24 am  

Friday, 2 November 2012

Surrey pull off master stroke in signing Graeme Smith

Surrey have pulled of an eye-catching deal in county cricket by signing South Africa captain Graeme Smith on a three-year contract.

He’ll move to the Oval at the beginning of next summer and joins the county as club captain.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:15 am  

Fire station closures challenged in Parliament

A controversial proposal to close 17 fire stations across London will be debated in Parliament today.

A leaked document last month revealed plans to close stations including those in Acton, Clapham and Kensington.

In Tower Hamlets, Bow and Whitechapel stations were earmarked for closure, which would result in the loss of four fire engines in the borough.

East London politicians state that Tower Hamlets had the greatest number of fires in London last year.

Closures would have a significant impact on the borough’s ability to to deal with major incidents.

They’ve called on London Mayor Boris Johnston to re-think the cuts.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:12 am  

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Kauto Star Retires
The legendary race horse Kauto Star has been retired.

Kempton Park’s paid tribute to the popular steeplechaser who won the King George VI Chase on a record-breaking five occasions.

Jockey Ruby Walsh led Kauto to victory in many races.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:43 pm  

Fulham Murder Update
A man murdered in Fulham last Thursday has been named by Police as Colin Hammond.

The 65 year old, who lived in the area, was found with a stab wound on the High Street just before 7 pm and died at the scene.

A 27 year old man arrested near the attack has been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

Police continue to appeal for witnesses.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

Morden Dog Attack Latest
A post-mortem examination will be carried out today on the body of a woman who was mauled by the dogs she'd gone to feed in Morden.

Police were called on Tuesday to Rutland Drive where 71 year old Gloria Knowles was found dead.

Five dogs including two Bordeaux bulldogs and a mongrel were taken away.

Police say none of them were banned breeds.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:44 am  

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Burglar Sentenced In Croydon
A burglar has been jailed for six years after admitting to 13 house burglaries in South London.

Mariusz Zielinski from Croydon was sentenced at Croydon Crown Court.

The 33 year old has been targeting detached and end-of-terrace houses across Sutton, Croydon, Merton and Kingston.

Police say they are pleased they have managed to remove this prolific burglar from the streets.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm  

Jubilee Trees
Five trees to commemorate the Jubilee have been unveiled across Merton.

The Black Poplars can be seen in Mitcham, Morden, Wimbledon, Raynes Park and Colliers Wood.

They were planted last December following suggestions from residents – but have only just been unveiled.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:57 pm  

Surrey golf club thefts
Police suspect thieves may be targeting silver golf trophies to sell on for scrap.

It’s after hundreds were stolen in a series of raids at golf clubs.

There have been at least six break-ins across the south east of England over the past two months.

These included 4 raids at golf clubs in Surrey.

Police are warning other golf clubs to be vigilant against possible break-ins.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:47 am  

London solicitors show their support
As many as six out of ten of us have not made a Will.

New research, carried out by the charity Will Aid, says dependent children are least prepared, with only one in three of them making a Will.

London solicitors are giving up their time for November's 'Make a Will' month to help get our affairs in order.

The scheme will also raise money for nine charities, including Will Aid.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:46 am  

Sutton Police crackdown on uninsured drivers
Two drivers have been given three points and a fine for driving whilst holding a mobile phone in Sutton.

Police taking action is part of a continuing operation to help catch uninsured drivers.

The operation has also led to two drivers being stopped for having unroadworthy vehicles and the seizure of seven uninsured vehicles.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:45 am  

Merton Council Gritters
With winter well on its way, Merton Council is assuring residents that it’s well prepared for icy roads.

Two thousand tonnes of grit have been stashed for the expected cold snap.

A fleet of six gritters will be on standby to clear pre-planned routes.

The council says it’s planning early to avoid being caught out.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:48 am  

Woman mauled to death in Morden
A 71-year-old woman has died after she's believed to have been mauled by dogs that she had gone to feed.

Police were called to a house in Morden, yesterday evening where she was found dead with multiple injuries.

Five dogs have been seized.

Scotland Yard says none of the animals are banned breeds and no arrests have been made.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:56 am  

Merton Rogue Trader Sentenced
A rogue trader has been jailed for three years after conning an elderly couple out of thousands of pounds in Mitcham.

23-year-old Luke Smith of Chertsey tried to convince the couple to pay inflated prices for unnecessary building work.

He then became aggressive when they refused to pay until the work was finished.
He was arrested last June after the victims contacted Merton Trading Standards for help.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:49 am  

Wandsworth School Deadline
It’s deadline day for parents who want their children to start at secondary school in Wandsworth next September.

Applications must be in by the end of today (Wednesday) for children who were born between September 1, 2001 and August 31, 2002.

Parents who live in the borough must submit their applications to Wandsworth Council.

The easiest way to do this is online at

Visitors to this part of the council's website can also access lots of information about local secondaries and how the admissions process works.

A special brochure called 'Choose a Wandsworth Secondary School' contains all the key information families need.

Copies can be downloaded at

Parents with queries can call (020) 8871 7316.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:16 am  

Dog In Tooting Hospital
Police have come up with a different way to solve drug problems in the NHS.

They have teamed up with St Georges NHS Trust and have started using drugs search dogs.

Springer Spaniel Paddy has already helped to decrease drugs incidents by 80 per cent in a single month on one ward.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:53 am  

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Kingston Murder Charges
The Met police has announced that it’s charged a second man in connection with last week’s murder in a Kingston night club.

Nineteen year old Brandon Francis from Peckham will appear in custody at Hendon Magistrates Court today (Tuesday).

Another man, 22 year old Ashley Milne, also from Peckham has already been charged with murder and will appear at the old Bailey tomorrow (Wednesday).

In the early hours of last Thursday, twenty year old Jamie Sanderson from Southall was found with stab wounds at the Oceana Club on Clarence Street.

He died on his way to hospital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Elmbridge Benefit Fraud Charges
A woman from Thames Ditton has pleaded guilty to benefit fraud.

67 year old Georginah Simmons wrongly claimed benefits to the tune of more than 12 and a half thousand pounds.

She failed to tell Elmbridge Council and The Department for Work and Pensions about her full income, which affected her benefits.

She was sentenced to a conditional discharge for 3 years and ordered to pay costs.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:49 am  

Monday, 29 October 2012

New York: ghost town

Millions of people on the east coast of the United States are preparing for Hurricane Sandy.

The storm is expected to hit land at around 11pm, UK time.

Charlotte Brooks from Wimbledon is in New York for three months working at the Museum of Modern Art.

She says one of the strangest things is to see the city that never sleeps, on lock down.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:04 pm  

Fatal accident in Putney
A man has died after a floor collapsed at a building site in Putney.

Two other men were injured in the accident in the Upper Richmond Road.

London Ambulance Service, firefighters and an air ambulance were called just after 10am.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:18 pm  

Ealing Assault Charges
A man has been charged with GBH following an assault in Ealing.

25 year old Lorand Galaci, of no fixed abode, was arrested on Sunday and will appear at Ealing magistrates later today (Monday).

It follows police finding a wounded 25 year old man early on Sunday morning.

The victim is being treated in a central London hospital for serious head injuries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:10 am  

Sandy forces cancellation of flights from Heathrow

British Airways and Virgin have cancelled flights to and from New York, Baltimore, Washington, Boston and Philadelphia due to hurricane Sandy.

Delays and cancellations can be expected to all destinations on the East coast of America from Heathrow Airport.

Passengers are advised to contact their airline before travelling.

A similar advisory has also been given for Gatwick Airport.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:26 am  

Sunday, 28 October 2012

Woking Team McLaren Happy With Today's Performance

Formula One’s Indian Grand Prix was won by Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.

Fernando Alonso finished second.

Woking-based McLaren were happy with their performance though as Jenson Button drove the fastest lap of the race – McLaren’s 150th in world championship Grand Prix racing.

Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh said they drove superbly today in difficult conditions.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 pm  

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