Half Time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 20 - 5 Zebre
The opening minutes of the second half were unsettled with possession changing sides in quick succession. Botica opened the scoring in the 43rd minute, crossing the line for a try. Evans added the conversion.
Quins were given possession again after Zebre's re-start did not make the required distance.
Although the home side came close to scoring again just a few minutes later, the visitors winning the chase for the ball, a messy period of play followed - light rain had started to fall during the half-time break and there were several knock-on and missed catches.
Another yellow card was shown to the visitors after deliberately playing the ball off their feet and from an offside position. Quins opted for a line-out which they collected, turned into a maul and drove for the line. Guest broke away for the try, once again converted.
Sam Smith wanted his name on the score sheet and ran over for a try in the 58th minute. Evans adding the two points.
Another line-out to Quins saw fast hands and Smith broke through Zebre, passing to Care who had an easy stroll to the line. This time Evans sent the ball wide.
Seemingly without an answer to the Harlequins' power, the visitors earned themselves another yellow card.
In a contest with a lot of close play, infringements were made from both sides. Zebre had a put-in at the scrum just metres from their line. The Quins bulldozed through once again and would not allow the visitors to clear.
They forced a knock-on from Zebre and once they had ball in hand it was not long before Dickson made a sprint for the line. Evans was back on form and converted.
Zebre were outplayed last week and again today. They did not add any points during the second half.
The strength of Harlequins was evident; their power in the scrums; speed with ball in hand. Yet warning signs remained - they lost concentration on too many occasions and confusion was evident when communication was lacking.
Full time at the Twickenham Stoop: Harlequins 53 - 5 Zebre
Harlequins are on the verge of a quarter-final place needing just 1 point from the remaining two pool games. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:55 pm
Half-Time at the Twickenham Stoop
Its round 4 of the European Cup in Rugby Union.
Harlequins started the game but handed possession to visitors Zebre after an attempted knock-back spilled forwards.
Quins regained possession in the scrum and play continued to favour the home side. They opened the scoring with an easy 3 penalty points off the boot of Evans.
The home side were given another opportunity to kick between the posts just 2 minutes later but they decided on a line-out in the corner. This tactic did not prove fruitful on this occasion.
However a beautiful bit of play came from another line-out. Quins secured the ball and passed quickly, allowing Evans to chip it through the visitor's defense for Casson to score. Conversion took the score 10-0.
There was a scare for the home side after a lack of concentration allowed Zebre to steal a ball deemed 'out' of the ruck. They kicked forward but Quins won the chase.
More scores looked on the cards for Quins but Zebre found a gap against the run of play. They broke through a rather sleepy Quins defense. A try was scored, conversion missed.
Despite this surge, Quins held their form and earned themselves another 3-points. They were dominant in the scrums and it seemed all that the visitors could do to slow the game down was commit infringements. Their number 12 received a yellow card and a penalty-try was awarded to Quins after the subsequent scrum and maul was brought down at the line. Evans added the additional 2 points.
Half-time: Harlequins 20 - 5 Zebre.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:06 pm
European Cup action at The Stoop in Twickenham
Harlequins are looking to repeat their victory over Zebre last week with just 5 changes to their side.
Ugo Monye returns to the right wing; Will Collier as Tighthead Prop; Charlie Matthews heads into the 2nd Row in place of Olly Kohn. Tom Guest lines up in the back row alongside Nick Easter and Captain Chris Robshaw, returning from England duties.
Quins top the table in Pool 3 of the European Cup by 5 points and victory today will see the Twickenham-based team edge closer to qualification for the quarter-final stage.
Zebre meanwhile have made 8 changes following their 14-57 defeat last week.
Sewerman Style rocks the Capital!
You may not know what goes on underground, but a group of Thames Water sewermen are trying to make us more aware of what we throw down the toilet and the sink this Christmas . . . .
Groundwork underway for innovative housing programme
Innovative work to regenerate the Elizabeth House Sheltered Housing scheme and provide over 100 quality lifetime homes for older people and younger vulnerable adults is underway as the first foundations have been laid on site this month – and at no cost to the council.
The work will improve and transform the site which is in a conservation area nestling between Malden Road and Cheam Park. The new homes are being built alongside prestigious properties of historic interest.
The project is being delivered in two phases so the residents of Elizabeth House can remain on site un
til the new homes become available for them to move into. Residents that were re-housed off of the site will also have the opportunity to return.
The project is being delivered at no cost to the council and without any grant funding from the Government.
The developer will demolish, design, build and manage the new homes under a 125 year lease with the council.
There will be 15 one and two bedroom properties for sale, 30 for shared ownership and 86 for social rent. The council will have 100% nomination rights for all the rented properties.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:24 pm
Richmond Park's MP backing new awareness campaign
Zac Goldsmith is backing Meningitis Research Foundation’s activity ‘Meningitis Matters’ - to raise awareness of meningitis and septicaemia, and to ensure that tackling the diseases remains a top public health priority while the current NHS reforms are implemented.
Meningitis is still a serious and life-threatening disease, affecting around 3,400 people in the UK each year. Infants and young people are at greatest risk: meningitis causes the largest number of deaths amongst children under five - more than any other infectious disease.
Meningitis Matters aims to raise awareness of the disease and ensure that the changes imposed by the new Health and Social Care Act 2012 do not have a destabilising effect on meningitis research, surveillance and immunisation rates.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:14 pm
Chelsea in action
Chelsea have just kicked off their Club World Cup challenge and will be playing a game using goal-line technology for the very first time.
They take on Mexican side Monterrey in the semi-finals in Japan.
The Hawk-Eye system is being trialled at the competition by FIFA.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:40 am
Update: Tolworth accidents
Two separate accidents have caused massive delays for commuters on the A3 this morning.
The Tolworth Underpass is currently closed following the seven car pile up just after 8.40am.
Police are directing traffic on the roundabout.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:37 am
New CCTV stills re: missing 14-year-old Shelley Pratt in Croydon
Detectives investigating the disappearance of missing teenager Shelley Pratt are today, releasing new CCTV stills of a young man seen with her in a bid to trace his identity.
The stills, which were taken at approx 00.15 on Friday the 9th of November, show 14-year-old Shelley in the company of a young black man walking on along the High Street close to the Reflex Bar.
Shortly after at 00:18, it is believed that Shelley's Oyster card was used to board a Route 60 bus heading towards Coulsdon.
Shelley is seen wearing her school uniform trousers and a distinctive dark purple hooded jumper with the slogan 'I love (heart symbol) London.'
Earlier that day, Shelley was seen at approx 3.30 after she got off a Route 196 bus on Portland Road outside the Harris Academy. Shelley then started to walk south down Portland Road in the company of one other girl and a boy.
Shelley was then picked up by CCTV at George Street tram stop in Croydon Town Centre at approx 9.30pm
Shelley is described as white and around 5' 6" or 5' 7" inches tall with long brown hair.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:31 am
Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Putney murder victim was well loved postman
A man who died after being assaulted outside a pub in Putney has been named.
46 year old postman Stephen Andrews from Harlesden, died on Sunday night following an attack in the early hours near the Duke's Head pub in the Lower Richmond Road.
Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene and Mr Andrews was taken to St George's Hospital suffering serious head injuries.
He was pronounced dead shortly before 6pm.
A post-mortem examination took place on Monday at St George's Hospital. The cause of death was given as a severe head injury.
Officers from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command are investigating and an incident room has opened at Hendon under Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner.
A 28-year-old man was arrested yesterday on suspicion of murder after attending Exeter police station. He has been bailed to return to a north London police station in late February pending further enquiries.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:36 pm
Teenager who went missing and was found, goes missing again a day later
Police continue to appeal for assistance in tracing a vulnerable 14-year-old who is missing from her home in Hook Rise South.
It is believed she may be in the Kingston, Wandsworth or Battersea areas.
Lauren Servey is described as white, approximately 5 foot 6 inches tall with short brown hair, green eyes and of slim build.
She was last seen wearing black school trousers, a white long sleeve shirt, grey school 'V neck' jumper with school logo, black school shoes, material black jacket and black handbag.
Lauren was initially traced safe and well to the Wandsworth area and was returned home yesterday, however, she has since been reported missing again.
Anyone who has seen Lauren or knows of his whereabouts should call Kingston Police on 101 or Missing People on 116 000.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:29 pm
Missing woman is found
Police in Ealing were appealing for assistance in tracing a vulnerable missing woman from Greenford.
64 year old Juliette Weir has now been found safe and well.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:27 pm
The family of a missing teenager is now asking for help in finding him.
Police issued details of missing Connor O'Donaghue after he disappeared after a night out in the early hours of Saturday.
Details of their appeal are below:
Police are appealing for help in tracing Cornelius (Connor) O'Donoghue, a 17 year-old who was last seen on Kew Bridge at 3.30am on Saturday 8th December 2012.
He had previously been in Camden and Turnham Green and had traveled on an N9 bus to Kew Bridge from Turnham Green.
This disappearance is out of character for Connor and police and his family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Connor is described as a white male, five feet ten inches tall, and of slim build. He had a red jacket on, black skinny jeans and black boots. He may have a full beard.
Det Sgt Chris Brown from the Missing Person Unit at Richmond said: "Connor has not been seen or heard from since 3.30am on the morning of Saturday 8th December.
This is out of character for Connor and this is obviously very concerning, especially considering the cold weather we are currently experiencing, we would urge anyone who has any knowledge of his whereabouts to contact police as soon as possible, particularly any friends that he may be with or who have had contact with him since Friday night/Saturday morning.
Connor please make contact with police or your family as we are all very concerned about you and want to help to make sure you are safe and well and receive any help you need."
If you can assist police with this enquiry please call 101 and quote 12MIS039812.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 pm
David Weir's medals worth their weight in gold
Not only did the Paralympian from Wallington win four gold medals at the 2012 Paralympics, but next Wednesday, his most recent gold medals will literally become worth their weight in gold.
You would think a gold medal would be made of solid gold, in actual fact they are gold plated. That won’t stop H&T Pawnbrokers handing over a cash donation to match the weight of not one, but each of his four gold medals.
David is no stranger to H&T Pawnbrokers, having been a Patron of Get Kids Going! which is the charity H&T nominated to work with early in 2011.
In that time they have raised £50,000 for the charity who helps get disable children into sports.
Two years of fund raising are now culminating in the flagship store in Sutton where Jane Emmerson, founder of Get Kids Going! and David Weir will be meeting CEO, John Nichols to weigh the gold medals and donate the weight of gold in cash to the charity.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:04 pm
Special visitor for top home
The Duchess of Cornwall was greeted by a canine guard of honour as she visited Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
A dozen homeless dogs stood in line wearing blue jackets as Camilla fed them treats and chatted to volunteers at the centre.
The Duchess was accompanied by Beth and Bluebell - two Jack Russells she recently adopted from the home. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:01 pm
Cheam's favourite comedian back in action
Tim Vine is treading the boards at Richmond Theatre.
He returns to panto - this year it is Aladdin.
He'll take on the role of Wishee Washee in the fairytale classic.
Richmond is doing its bit to make sure the show is accessible for all children.
The 7pm performance on Monday the 7th of January is a Relaxed Performance.
Relaxed performances are designed to benefit those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, as well as other patrons who may find the experience of visiting a theatre daunting.
Photo courtesy of Peter Schiazza
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:59 pm
Roadwork misery expected in Epsom
A burst water main reported nearly a week ago in Epsom still won’t be fixed for at least a few days.
The pipes burst on the main in Alexandra Road last Wednesday.
Thames Water says the repair delay is because traffic management in the area needs to be sorted out before work can start.
It also says access to the Old Cottage Hospital needs to be worked out and maintained.
A team is currently gritting the site - six days aftwer the problem was reported.
Stay tuned to Jackie for the latest travel updates or follow @jackie_travel.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:51 pm
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Man arrested in Putney murder investigation
Police have named a man who died after being assaulted outside a pub in Putney.
46 year old Stephen Andrews died in the early hours of Sunday after a fight outside the Dukes Head in the Lower Richmond Road.
Mr Andrews from Harlesden, was taken to hospital, but died later that evening.
A post mortem gave the cause of death as severe head injury.
A 28 year old man was arrested earlier after attending Exeter police station voluntarily. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm
A different career for racing legend?
It looks like racing legend Kauto Star has taken a significant step towards embarking on a possible career in dressage.
It's believed the five-time King George the Sixth winner has left the care of trainer Paul Nicholls ahead of schedule.
The 12-year-old, who's retired from chasing, will join eventing rider Laura Collett.
He's due to lead the runners at Kempton on Boxing Day before this year's King George. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:52 pm
Virgin Atlantic to make use of Heathrow's new terminal
Virgin Atlantic will use Heathrow's new 2-point-5 billion pound Terminal 2 when it opens in 2014.
The airline intend to start services from Heathrow to Manchester, Aberdeen and Edinburgh from next April - its first domestic services. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:38 pm
Kingston lecturer wins Turner Prize
Elizabeth Price, a former reader at Kingston University's School of Fine Art and a previous fellow at the University's Stanley Picker Gallery, has won the Turner Prize - one of the world's most prestigious art awards.
Actor Jude Law presented the prize - named after Britain's most famous landscape painter J.M.W. Turner.
The award honours a British artist aged under 50 who is judged to have put on the best exhibition during the past 12 months.
Ms Price won for a solo exhibition staged earlier this year at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead.
It included her video installation The Woolworths Choir of 1979, which juxtaposes footage of a fatal fire in a Manchester branch of Woolworths with ecclesiastical architecture and 1960s' pop music. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:09 pm
A different kind of Christmas
Christmas lights of a less traditional type will be aglow this Thursday evening as the south garden of All Saints Church in Kingston town centre becomes the focal point for an arts event being staged by Kingston University.
Film and music produced by more than 40 students from the University’s School of Fine Art will be beamed on to the side of the building and on small television sets next to gravestones in a three-hour exhibition entitled Lumiere et Son-Son et Lumiere.
The works, all inspired by the historic site in the heart of the borough, will also be accompanied by the University’s own Chamber Choir.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:21 pm
Save a Life for Your New Year’s Resolution
That's the message from the NHS.
People from SW London and Surrey are being asked to consider saving a life or three for their New Year’s resolution by giving blood in 2013.
As the festive cheer leaves us and people ponder how to make the New Year better than the last, NHS Blood and Transplant is challenging people to spare an hour of their time to donate blood.
The New Year’s resolution message comes at a time when there a need to recruit new donors after a dramatic decline in the number of younger donors signing up in 2012.
NHSBT aims to recruit 100,000 new donors in 100 days to counteract this drop and protect future blood stocks.
With blood donation sessions available for people to book an appointment throughout 2013, it is important that people from London South West & Surrey help to maintain stocks as hospital demand for blood remains high at the start of the year.
For those keen to take up the challenge, they can do so at one of the following donor sessions:
Woking Football Club
Wednesday 2 January 2013
14:00 – 16:30 & 17:30 – 20:00
Anyone aged between 17-65, weighing more than 50 kg (7 stone 12lbs) and in general good health could potentially start saving lives by becoming a blood donor. There is no upper age limit for donors who have donated in the last two years. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:38 am
Sutton's pubs and bars get a visit
Licensed premises across Sutton were visited over the weekend by police, trading standards and UK Border Agency officers as part of a London-wide MPS initiative targeting businesses which flout the licensing rules.
Clubs, pubs, bars, shops and stores were visited from 8am on Friday December the 7th through to 8am on Sunday the 9th of December.
As part of Operation Condor, officers were proactively targeting a wide variety of offences - from trading standards and the illegal trade in scrap metal to selling of alcohol and cigarettes to under-age customers.
Staff at one pub/hotel and four off-licences received Penalty Notices for selling alcohol to underage customers. They were:
Greyhound Hotel, High Street, Carshalton
Londis/Maurice Mini Market, The Market, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton
Rosehill Court Food & Wine, Bishopsford Road, Morden
ABI convenience store, London Road, North Cheam
The Post Office and convenience store, Central Road, Worcester Park
There were seven arrests for drunk and disorderly behaviour, two arrests for theft, two arrests for possession of Class A drugs and two arrests for immigration related offences. A quantity of alcohol was seized.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:36 am
Christmas changes to recycling in Mole Valley
Changes have been made to the regular collection days over the festive period, with Christmas Eve and Christmas Day collections being brought forward. The revised schedule also applies to food waste and garden waste services.
Please ensure bins are presented by 6.30am on the morning of collection as normal. The below table shows the dates of your normal collection in bold, and the revised dates over the Christmas and New Year period below.
• Monday 24 December Saturday 22 December
• Tuesday 25 December Monday 24 December
• Wednesday 26 December Thursday 27 December
• Thursday 27 December Friday 28 December
• Friday 28 December Saturday 29 December
• Monday 31 December Monday 31 December
• Tuesday 1 January Wednesday 2 January
• Wednesday 2 January Thursday 3 January
• Thursday 3 January Friday 4 January
• Friday 4 January Saturday 5 January
When you are ready to dispose of your Christmas tree you can do so either by cutting the tree into pieces and placing it in your garden waste bin or you can take it to any of the following sites from Tuesday 1 to Friday 11 January 2013:
• Ashtead Peace Memorial Car park
• Bookham Lower Road Car park
• Dorking Reigate Road Car park
• Ockley Village Hall Car park
Alternatively, trees can be taken to the Community Recycling Centre on Randalls Road in Leatherhead or to Ranmore Road in Dorking. Both sites will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
For more information, please visit www.molevalley.gov.uk or call the Council on 01306 885001.
In addition, the 2013 waste and recycling calendar is available on MVDC’s website or a hard copy can be requested by calling the main office number. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:34 am
Kingstonian win in Isthmian League
In Ryman League action last night Kingstonian beat Hendon 2-1 at Kingsameadow.
Hampton&Richmond went down 3-2 at Chelmsford in the FA Trophy. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:03 am
Kingston clinicians to contol local NHS budget
The new independent NHS Commissioning Board will today announce that it’s giving clinicians in Kingston the go-ahead to take control of the local NHS budget.
The board is initially authorizing 34 new organisations across the country – called Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG’s).
They’ll commission healthcare services for their communities.
The Kingston CCG will formally take responsibility for commissioning hospital, community and mental health services for local people from April next year.
It will oversee a budget of approximately 220-million pounds. posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:14 am
Monday, 10 December 2012
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posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:41 pm
Life saving partnership undertaken
A partnership between the South East Lions Clubs and the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance will help to save even more lives, at night, in 2013.
In launching their public appeal, Lions Clubs in the South East have pledged to raise £250,000 over the next 10 years which will help the charity to achieve its aim of night flying. The funds will be a significant contribution towards the additional £1 million a year needed to allow the Air Ambulance to extend its operations.
The Air Ambulance currently operates two helicopters with two crews working from 7am – 7pm.
But early next year the charity will replace one of its aircraft with a newer helicopter with night flying capabilities which will allow the charity to operate after dark from the charity’s Redhill base.
A notoriously ugly building in North Cheam is to finally get a make over.
The two part project, funded by the Outer London Fund, and Sutton council’s Innovation Fund, has dramatically revamped the front of the building.
The finished product will be unveiled on Saturday.
The work has been completed by artist duo Sam Skinner and Charles Holden, who were appointed by a panel made up of council and Meanwhile Space representatives, with additional community input.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:18 am
Sunday, 9 December 2012
Police appeal for information about teenager missing from Richmond
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing teenager from Richmond.
Connor O’Donaghue was last seen on Kew Bridge at around 3am this morning.
The seventeen-year-old was on his way back from a gig with a friend.
Connor was walking just behind but when the friend turned round, he’d vanished.
It’s really out of character for Connor not to have made contact and his family are very worried.
He’s described as white, around five foot ten, skinny and has shoulder length dark hair.
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