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Saturday, 2 January 2016

A body has been discovered Godalming area

A body has been found in the search for a missing man from the Godalming area.

The body which was discovered earlier today has yet to be formally identified but it’s believed to be that of George Walker.

The 63-year-old was last seen on New Year's Eve.

His next of kin have been made aware.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:11 pm  

The latest Football results
In the Championship Birmingham have had a 2-1 victory over Brentford at home.

Sheffield Wednesday had a 1-0 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage.

In league two – AFC Wimbledon were away at Cambridge United – The Dons took charge and won 4-1.

And tomorrow in the London derby - Crystal Palace face Chelsea at home – the game kicks off at 1.30.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:20 pm  

Sutton's homeless to get a boost
Sutton’s homeless are getting help from a new charity created on social media.

Dean Killick helps those on the streets two nights a week.

Dean and fellow volunteers are at Sutton rail station between Wednesdays and Fridays nights from 8 until 10 pm.

Details of the charity can be found on Facebook at Sutton Nitewatch.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:26 am  

Double stabbing in Streatham - 16 year old remains in criticial condition
One boy remains in a critical condition after a double stabbing of two teenage boys in Streatham.

A 16-year-old boy and a 17-year old boy were stabbed in Mountearl Gardens on Wednesday around 5.30 pm by attackers riding in pairs on two mopeds.

Police and the London Ambulance Service attended the scene and the victims were taken to a south London hospital with stab wounds.

The 17-year-old boy was treated for his injuries and has since been discharged from hospital.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Train fares set to rise by an average of 1.1% from today.
Train fares in Britain rise by an average of 1-point-1 percent today.

It is the smallest annual increase since 2010.

It means an annual pass from Woking to London Waterloo now costs £3,080, a 0.92% increase from the previous £3,052.

But some campaigners claim there shouldn't be any increases at all given the quality of service.


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:08 am  

Calorie counters on beer & wine could be introduced.
Beers, wines and ciders should all come with calorie counts on the bottles.

Councils across England and Wales are pushing for new rules because they say most drinkers are entirely unaware how many calories are in booze.

Adrian Thomas runs Belleville Brewing Co. in Wandsworth.

He doesn't think it'll put people off - but still doesn't want the information on his labels, while other health experts have agreed with the proposals.



posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:57 am  

Friday, 1 January 2016

Fulham man rescues mother from Dubai blaze
A man from Fulham involved in the New Year's skyscraper inferno in Dubai has told how he saved his disabled mother.

27 year old Angus Villar strapped his mother to his back as he rushed to escape the fire.

He was about watch the New Year firework display at Burj Khalifa - the world's tallest building - when his father, Richard, noticed the blaze.

Mr Villar described the chaotic scene as 'pandemonium', however, the family escaped unharmed.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 pm  

Sutton delivery hoax
Sutton Council is warning residents to beware of a parcel delivery hoax that is doing the rounds again.

The scam has targeted residents through cards in their letterboxes and e-mails advising redelivery of parcels via a premium rate number.

The advice from Nick Emmerson, Lead Councillor of Trading Standards is to be vigilant, ignore these requests and to check telephone numbers before dialling them.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:25 pm  

Sunbury-on-Thames robbery scam
Surrey Police is investigating reports of robberies which occurred after victims were lured to an address in Sunbury under false pretences.

A number of victims have fallen prey to the scam over the last 6 months by responding to an online advert offering sex for sale.

One victim handed money over outside the address, then was confronted and grabbed by a man who tried to steal a gold chain from around his neck.

Police are urging anyone with information regarding this scam to come forward.

A 31-year-old woman and a 48-year-old man from Sunbury-on-Thames have been arrested
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:13 pm  

48 arrested during London's New Year's Eve celebrations
A total of 48 arrests were made during Central London’s New Years Eve celebrations for a variety of offences.

They included drug possession, carrying an offensive or bladed weapon and assaults on police officers.

However, the number of arrests is down from 90 last year and Metropolitan Police spokeswoman Superintendent Jo Edwards felt that the event was "successful".

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:06 pm  

Honours granted to residents of Surrey and South-West London
Two key school heads were noted in the New Year Honours list.

David Bartram, assistant Head at Lampton School in Hounslow and Maureen Martin, Head teacher at Coloma Convent Girls School in Croydon both receive OBEs.

Marie Hanson, who has given service to young people and survivors of abuse in Wandsworth, also gets an MBE, as does David Mason for his services to charity and the community in Sutton.

Erica Tye has been rewarded for services to the community in Sunbury.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:50 pm  

Parade gets underway with bands from Sutton
London fire Brigade is part of a display of marching bands from all over the world which are preparing for a lunchtime parade.

It’s the 30th New Year’s Day parade which starts at Piccadilly around now – half a million people are expected to line the route

The floats also include a showing from Merton called – Flying High with Merton.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:54 am  

Marching bands from Kingston, Sutton and Hillingdon
Sutton Kingston and Hillingdon are top of a list of marching bands from all over the world which are preparing for a lunchtime parade.

It’s the 30th New Year’s Day parade which starts at Piccadilly around 12 noon.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:43 am  

Body on line on Heathrow Express
Police and emergency services were called to Heathrow after a person was hit by a train.

The incident has affected services on Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:44 am  

Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner says London's not ready for terror attack
London is "simply not ready' for a terrorist attack, according to the Police and Crime Commissoner for Surrey.

Kevin Hurley stated there are simply not enough armed police to tackle the threat London faces.

It comes as all of the Met's firearms crew had their leave cancelled for the capitals New Years Eve celebrations.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:22 am  

Thursday, 31 December 2015

Images released of two men wanted after burglary in Sutton
Images of two men wanted by Sutton Borough have been highlighted amongst a number of suspects wanted by the Metropolitan Police.

The link below show Zac lewis, 27 who's wanted in Sutton for a burglary at a business premises, and Olu Adeshina, 27, for four residential burglaries between May 2014 and February 2015.

The images, amongst others, can be found here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:51 pm  

Man Wanted In Connection With Carshalton Arson



Detectives are reissuing two images of a man wearing a distinctive jacket they want to speak to in connection with a fire at a Sutton Council building in Thornton Road in Carshalton.

At around 10:15 pm , on Sunday, 6 December a man was seen to jump over a fence and go to the back of the property.

A rear window was smashed and a fire started inside the building which caused significant damage to the kitchen.

Police are treating the incident as arson.

Detectives believe the man may have come from the Middleton Road area where leaflets are being delivered to homes urging anyone with information to come forward.



If you recognise the man give Sutton Police station a buzz on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:33 am  

Surrey's Ann Summer's boss receives a CBE in the New Year honours list
Ann Summer’s boss, Jacqueline Gold has been made a CBE for her services to entrepreneurship, women in business and social enterprise.

The Surrey business woman turned the family business into a major lingerie and sex toys chain.

Ann Summers has 140 stores across the UK and Republic of Ireland –the businesswoman’s personal wealth is estimated at more than £500million.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:11 am  

Fatal road traffic accident in Carshalton
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic accident in Carshalton yesterday evening.

Two cars collided in Little Woodcote Lane.

One of the drivers, a man in his sixties was pronounced dead at the scene.

The two occupants of the other car involved were taken to hospital.

The driver remains in a critical condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:42 am  

Kingston is becoming one of the lowest funded boroughs in London
It's after government plans to cut its centrally financed grant over the next four years.

The Council will join forces with other affected councils to get the government to overturn the tough grant settlement.

The Leader of Kingston Council, Councillor Kevin Davis said they were “expecting a tough settlement but this is worse than we could have possibly expected.”
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:01 am  

Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Esher Robbery
Following a robbery in Esher earlier this month police have now launched an appeal for witnesses.

On Sunday the 13th just after 4pm a woman in her 40s, was sitting in her car in the Highwayman’s Cottage Car Park just off the Portsmouth Road, when a man smashed the passenger side window of her black Volkswagen Polo and made off with her handbag.

The victim’s described the suspect as a black man in his 20s, medium build and clean shaven wearing a grey hooded top with cream drawstrings with the hood up over his head, gloves and dark trainers.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Oxygen Masks for Pets
New life-saving oxygen masks shaped to fit animals are being carried on fire engines in Reigate and Banstead.

They were provided by non-profit company ‘Smoky Paws’ thanks to a donation from a Reigate Vicar and pet lover.

The masks come in all sizes and could eventually be installed on engines across Surrey.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:03 pm  

Police appeal for witnesses after shooting in South Norwood
Police are appealing for witnesses following a non-fatal shooting in South Norwood.

A 43-year-old man arrived at University Hospital Croydon in the early hours on Tuesday with multiple gunshot wounds.

Officers believe he was shot in Belgrave Road and they’re keen to speak with anyone who attended a party on the High Street on Monday night.

The man remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

Plans for older patients in Surrey hospitals
Plans to help older patients leave hospital at weekends have been signed off by Surrey County Council.

The new deal will provide more equipment including walking aids, hoists and bath lifts helping people stay in their own homes for as long as possible.

It’s thought that by 2020 there will be an extra 20,000 older people in Surrey – the council says it’s spending an extra £20m each year on the growing demand for care and support.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:05 am  

London earning's drop
The real value of Londoners' earnings has dropped by almost a quarter since 2008.

That’s according to a study by the GMB union.

Hammersmith and Fulham was the hardest hit borough with a drop of over 50 % while Merton residents saw the only increase in London up by just under 2%

Across the UK the gross average earnings of full-time workers has dropped just over 13 % since 2008.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:03 am  

House prices on the up
House prices have ended the year on another record high, according to building society Nationwide.

They reached an average of 197-thousand pounds in December.

The biggest rises were in London, where property values went up more than 70-thousand pounds on average.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:55 am  

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Fulham FC win 4-1 at home
Fulham are celebrating after a 4-1 win at home to Rotherham.

It’s Fulham's first match since appointing Slavisa Jokanovic as manager.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 pm  

Elderly women crushed to death accidentally in Epsom
An elderly woman was accidentally crushed to death when her husband reversed their car over her in Epsom on Monday morning.

It happened in the underground car park at Sandown Lodge, the sheltered accommodation where they lived in Surrey.

According to The Mirror, Police have said the victim, aged in her mid-80s, was confirmed dead at the scene by paramedics.

The woman’s body was taken to Epsom District Hospital for a post mortem examination.

Police have confirmed no one has been arrested in connection with her death.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:21 pm  

Missing 24 year old in Hounslow
A 24 year old Asian man has been reported missing from Hounslow.

A photo has been released of KIRTI GILL wearing glasses by Hounslow Police.

If anyone see him they should call 101 and quote reference 15MIS051899.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

Dog seized by police in Wallington
Police in Wallington have arrested a man and seized a dog under the Dangerous Dogs Act.

Officers responding to an incident in November, carried out a warrant at an address in Spartan Close on Monday last week

They took possession of an American Bull Dog type breed after it allegedly bit another dog being walked on a lead and scaring the owner.

The 59 year old man was also accused of possessing cannabis – he’s been bailed to a date in January.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:03 pm  

Free travel in London on New Year's Eve
Partygoers in London will be able to get home easily and safely after seeing in 2016, thanks to free travel between quarter to midnight on New Year’s Eve and 4.30am on Friday.

With road closures in place by 8 o clock, public transport will be the best way to get around the capital.

Travel will be free on buses, Tube, trams, DLR, TfL, Rail and London Overground – although some services will finish earlier than others.

It is recommended to plan all journeys ahead by visiting www.tfl.gov.uk/festive.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:50 pm  

Man wanted for questioning after racial abuse in North Cheam



Police have released images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with a racially aggravated harassment in North Cheam.

A man who’d previously been banned from the premises was asked to leave Sainsbury's in London Road on Friday the 23rd October.

The suspect responded by racially abusing the member of security staff.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:14 am  

The Met advise staying away from London's New year's Eve fireworks as tickets are sold out
The Met are reminding New Year’s revellers the fireworks in London are ticketed again this year and it’s sold out.

Police say if you don’t have a ticket, entry will not be permitted - so the advice is to watch the spectacle from the comfort of your home.

Alternatively, you can see in the New Year at one of the hundreds of other celebrations taking place in restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs across the capital.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:11 am  

Londoners leaving in droves
More Londoners in 2015 sold their houses and moved out of the capital than at any other time since the financial crisis.

That’s according to figures released by property firm Hamptons International.

They’ve revealed sixty three thousand households left London for the suburbs in the last 12 months – the highest number since 2007.

And it seems the trend is set to continue with 2016 seeing more Londoners leaving - many prepared to move further afield in search of value for money.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:08 am  

Monday, 28 December 2015

It's a goalless draw between Manchester United and Chelsea in the Premier League
Following Manchester United's goalless draw with Chelsea in the Premier League it's unclear if the pressure on manager Louis van Gaal will ease.

United put in an improved performance but couldn't get a breakthrough against Chelsea this evening.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:17 pm  

Kate Moss's brother Nick could possibly open a restaurant in Croydon
Supermodel Kate Moss's brother is said to be preparing to open a restaurant in Croydon.

Nick Moss currently runs his Vietnamese takeaway business from a van called Vietvan.

He’s announced plans to open a restaurant at Boxpark in Croydon which is set to open in 2016.

Kate and Nick Moss were both brought up in Addiscombe.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:10 pm  

Thrilling Big Game 8 at Twickenham earns Harlequins three points
A mist descended on Twickenham as supporters of premiership rugby union gathered for a festive clash. Love was also in the air as a marriage proposal took place on the hallowed turf ahead of kick-off (a tearful 'yes' was the reply).

A strong Harlequins team was picked for this feature; Jamie Roberts having scored on his debut for Quins last week against Calvisano in the European Challenge Cup was hopeful of a repeat performance today on his debut for the club in the premiership competition.

Proud Scotland captain, Greig Laidlaw, led Gloucester onto the field of play. It was the first time the Cherry and Whites featured in a Big Game.

And what a start to proceedings; part of the tradition of the Big Games has been to deliver the game ball in a very 'different' manner. Today the ball was fired from a cannon at Quins' home ground The Stoop, landing at Twickenham Stadium just seven seconds later. Fireworks, flame throwers and a jubilant atmosphere greeted the home side.

Gloucester got the game underway and the first scrum came just 1 minute into play. Quins' captain Danny Care fed the ball. It was a quick exit and was sent out to the wings to run. They met staunch Gloucester defence which kept the home side in their own half. Eventually the ball was kicked to gain ground however a penalty was awarded to the visitors.

They kicked for a line-out which Quins' stole. Care box-kicked out allowing Sharples to begin his attack. Another penalty to the Cherry and Reds after Quins failed to release a tackled player. They opted for another line-out on the 22. This time they reclaimed possession and formed a driving maul which made it to the 5 metre line before it collapsed. Laidlaw sent it wide and Gloucester attempted a grubber kick through, just failing to score the first points of the game.

Harlequins had a lucky escape but it did not last long. Brown leapt to claim a high ball which rolled forward allowing advantage to be played. The visitors kicked through for a foot chase over the try-line. Thrush won the race, touching the ball before Clifford. Converted by Laidlaw. Harlequins 0 – 7 Gloucester after 9 minutes.

On the restart, advantage was awarded to Harlequins as the ball was knocked-on. The home side passed the ball from one wing to the other. Care chipped through the defence and a lucky bounce took the ball into touch rather than into the hands of the waiting visitors 10 metres from the Gloucester try-line. The visitors won their line-out but could only make minimal distance in their box-kick. Although the visitors reclaimed possession, Harlequins stole it and made strides towards the try-line.

Marler, however, was penalised for a side entry.

Quins stole possession at the resulting line-out and earned a penalty outside Gloucester's 22. Evans opted for the posts and after 13 minutes the home side had pulled back some points: Harlequins 3 – 7 Gloucester.

The visitors kicked the ball long at the restart forcing Harlequins to play from in deep. Cheers resounded around Twickenham when Clifford broke through the defence. Gloucester knocked the ball into touch handing the home side an attacking line-out.

They claimed the ball and formed a rolling maul. Quins sent it out wide to a waiting Yarde who crossed the try-line with ease. A difficult angle awaited Evans and he pushed the ball across the face of the posts. Harlequins took the lead for the first time in the game: Harlequins 8 – 7 Gloucester after 18 minutes.


Following the restart, Gloucester found themselves with a line-out just inside the Harlequins' half. It was a fingertip save but Gloucester kept possession and sent the ball to the wing. The home side stole the ball but Horwill was penalised allowing the visitors to once again take the lead through the boot of Laidlaw: Harlequins 8 – 10 Gloucester in the 21st minute.

Harlequins kept their restart short and this tactic paid off as they reclaimed the ball. A scrum to Quins was then upgraded to a penalty after their dominance in this set piece shone through.

Evans found touch on Gloucester's 22 and Matthews secured the ball. The home side formed a maul and were awarded the put-in at another scrum.

Gloucester were penalised again for not hitting straight. The scrum was reset. It was fed well and passed quickly; too quickly, however, as Roberts fumbled the catch.

Applause rang out around the stadium acknowledging the brutality of the game as Afoa limped off the field, replaced by Nicky Thomas after 25 minutes.

Laidlaw fed the scrum and Quins did not contest it. Gloucester kicked long into the waiting arms of Brown who sent it back. The ball came again, this time it was Yarde who collected the high-ball but scuffed his kick. Luckily he was able to regather. Scrum to Harlequins. Care sent the ball to Evans who opted for a searching kick, caught well by Gloucester who called the mark.

Another line-out to the visitors who were able to keep possession. They formed a maul but strong defence forced the Cherry and Whites to pass the ball.

This time the home side earned a line-out just inside their half. They sent the ball wide but Gloucester stole under dubious circumstances and Hook made a clear run along the wing for an easy try. Boos rang out around the stadium as the try was awarded and Laidlaw made the conversion: Harlequins 8 – 17 Gloucester in 33rd minute.

The home side were keen to make up for this latest score and the fans cheered them on. They piled pressure on at the try-line and Captain Danny Care scored at the base of the posts. Evans added the conversion and with just under 5 minutes left of the first half, Quins brought themselves to within one point of the visitors: Harlequins 16 – 17 Gloucester.

The restart was sent long and Quins box-kicked out from deep. The referee Wayne Barnes played advantage until Visser spilled the ball under tackle. Play was brought back to the original penalty and a scrum was awarded to Harlequins in their own half. The ball was fed and sent out to Evans who put too much strength behind his searching kick, running into the dead-zone. Play was brought all the way back but this time it was Gloucester with the put-in.

The visitors retained possession and attempted a cross-field kick however Visser claimed the ball neatly and called the mark. He could not get much distance behind his kick allowing Gloucester a line-out still within Quins' territory. This was his last act as he was substituted by Chisholm through injury.

The final play of the first half was a penalty to Gloucester which Laidlaw pushed wide. Yarde caught the ball and touched down to end the 40 minutes.

Half time at Twickenham Stadium: Harlequins 16 – 17 Gloucester Rugby


Both teams had an air of determination about them when they retook to the field.

Evans kicked off the second half with a long-range effort and Gloucester attempted to run from deep. They only made a couple of plays before they were forced to box-kick. Quins attacked from within the visitor's half and attempted an up-and-under only for Gloucester to regather. A sliced kick from the visitors handed possession back to Quins however they knocked on.

It was a sad sight for Gloucester and England fans as Jonny May was helped from the pitch, replaced by Purdy in the 42nd minute.

Laidlaw fed the scrum and then sent the ball out quickly, Gloucester recycled well but Robshaw stood his ground in the break-down and the visitors were penalised for not releasing. The home side kicked for an attacking line-out on the visitor's 22. They kept possession and slowly progressed up the field. A penalty, however, went the way of the visitors who kicked for a line-out just shy of the the half-way line.

It was reclaimed well and they formed a maul. They made it into the Quins' half before the home side were awarded a scrum.

This was upgraded to a penalty and after staunch defence Quins were forced to kick. Gloucester sent it back for Brown to touch down behind the try-line.

Evans restarted play. The ball was caught well by the opposition and Twelvetrees made his mark, crossing the game line. Lowe stole and broke back however Ward lost possession allowing Trinder to run the length of the pitch to score under the posts, extending Gloucester's lead. Laidlaw added the conversion: Harlequins 16 – 24 Gloucester with 31 minutes left.

Gloucester substitution: Murphy off, Yann Thomas on.

The visitors were playing with a spring in their step and they made their way into the home side's half with ease. There, they earned themselves the put-in at the scrum. Some luck came the way of Harlequins as they earned a penalty which Brown kicked long into touch for a line-out back in the visitor's half.

Fans of the home side cheered on their team, attempting to lift their spirits. Within seconds the squad had made their way to within 5 metres of the try-line. Nick Easter then went over for the try at the base of the posts. Evans converted. Harlequins 22 – 24 Gloucester with 26 minutes remaining.

The atmosphere within Twickenham was lively. Such a close game. Quins chose to run from within deep. Roberts made the initial break; Brown was on hand in support and fed Chisholm who finished it off. Evans added the extra 2 points and retook the lead: Harlequins 29 – 24 Gloucester with 23 minutes remaining.

Fingernails were being bitten from both fan bases. Harlequins, now playing with belief, were overconfident when a loose pass from Care was intercepted by Trinder who limped his way across the line for yet another try, pulling the scores level. Laidlaw missed the conversion. Harlequins 29 – 29 Gloucester. 22 minutes left.

Trinder left the field, replaced by Burns; Buchanan and Sinckler came on for Quins; Collier and Ward off.

Gloucester kept piling the pressure on the Quins' defence. A searching kick had enough legs to roll towards the try-line but not enough to take it over. Harlequins, not wanting to take it over the line themselves to touch down, opted to run it back out. Unfortunately a tackle was made and advantage given to Gloucester. They kicked a penalty pulling themselves once again in front: Harlequins 29 – 32 Gloucester with less than a quarter of the game to play.

Even the home fans started to sound their desperation as Quins knocked-on handing a scrum to the visitors on the half-way line. They fed and gathered the ball, placing it neatly into touch within the home side's 22.

Harlequins won their line-out and they box-kicked long into touch. Gloucester took it quickly but the Quins defence had made it into the opposition half, forcing Gloucester to kick. Brown gathered and attempted an up-and-under, collected by the visitors who kicked through for a chase. Quins did well to get back but it was a knock-on by the Cherry and Whites which prevented the try.

Scrum to Harlequins just 5 metres out from their own try-line.

It was a well-contested scrum by Gloucester however the home side came away with the ball. They sent it long and Gloucester simply ran it back up field. They took it into touch just shy of the try-line. Harlequins secured their line-out ball and attempted to run it from deep. The visitors, however, kept the pressure on, forcing the home side to kick for touch still within their own half.

It was a good take by Gloucester and in their desperate attempts to steal the ball, Harlequins were leaving gaps in their defence. Play was halted momentarily as Quins knocked the ball into touch. They won the line-out and kicked long but straight into the waiting arms of Cook who ran from in deep. He wove his way through the defence and his momentum dragged him and the ball over the try-line despite the efforts of three Quins players who had managed to get a hold of the Gloucester player as he approached the whitewash. Laidlaw converted. A lead of 10 points with 10 minutes left.

Marler was replaced by Lambert.

Harlequins earned a penalty just within Gloucester's 22 and they opted for the points. Evans was successful leaving the home side needing a converted try to level: Harlequins 32 – 39 Gloucester with 9 minutes left.

A game of football ensued whilst both teams tried to settle. Cheers rang out when Sinckler broke through the defence however play was brought back for a forward pass.

The clock was counting down as the scrum was set, readjusted and set again. Laidlaw fed the ball and Harlequins won a penalty. Brown, so solid with long-distance kicks, placed the ball in Gloucester's 22. They secured line-out ball and sent it wide. The defence gathered around and an attempted chip through went into touch off Gloucester. Harlequins secured the ball and formed a driving maul. The atmosphere in the stadium was deafening.

Hibbard was shown a yellow card for Gloucester with 5 minutes of the game remaining. Another line-out to Quins and again they threw, secured ball and drove the maul towards the line. Gloucester's defence was strong despite being a man down.

Advantage was being played and they sent the ball out to the wing for Chisholm to side-step and cross the line for a try. Three minutes left and the stadium fell silent for a must-score conversion. Under immense pressure Evans made sure he was on target. The stadium erupted with applause. Two minutes left and the scores were levelled: Harlequins 39 – 39 Gloucester.

The ball was kicked from one end to the other and then Quins decided to run it. Met with strong defence, Evans kicked long and the ball rolled neatly into touch 10 metres from the try-line. 'Come on you Quins' resonated around Twickenham as Gloucester prepared to deliver the ball. (Rowan off; Dawidiuk on).

Harlequins stole line-out ball. They opted to grab and drive, making room for Evans to attempt a drop goal. He pulled it marginally wide of the right-hand post. There were two seconds left on the clock. Gloucester kicked long; Brown ran it back.

Progress slowed at the half-way line and the final whistle blew after Care was deemed to have knocked-on. A draw seemed a fitting end to an exciting game.

Full time at Twickenham Stadium: Harlequins 39 – 39 Gloucester Rugby

Both Harlequins and Gloucester came away with three points: Harlequins currently 4th in the table; Gloucester move up to 6th.

Attendance: 70,718




posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:51 pm  

Missing Chiswick man
Hounslow police has issued an appeal for an elderly missing man.

Alec Sawyer has been reported missing overnight from Chiswick.

Alec is described as White, 70 years old, 5'8" tall with grey balding hair and a grey moustache. He was last seen wearing a green anorak, blue trousers and black shoes.

Anyone who sees him should call 999.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:43 pm  

Empty mince pie containers will power energy says Sutton council.
And in case you were wondering what to do with the empty foil containers for mince pies – Sutton Council has tweeted that they are worth recycling.

Six containers will provide enough energy to watch The Snowman and The Snowman and The Dog movie.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:28 am  

Fulham appoint new manager
Fulham have appointed a new head coach.

Former Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic succeeds Kit Symons, who was sacked by the Championship club last month.

Fulham are currently just 3 points above the relegation zone.

They host Rotherham in the Championship at Craven Cottage tomorrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:15 am  

Sunday, 27 December 2015

Harlequins draw against Gloucester
Harlequins missed the chance to go third - drawing 39-all in a thrilling Big Game Eight with Gloucester at Twickenham.

A near sell-out crowd was in attendance, with Jamie Roberts making his premiership debut for the home side.

Nick Evans was the big scorer for Harlequins in a nailbiting game.

Harlequins A will play London Irish A at 3pm at Twickenham tomorrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Injured man found in Farnham
Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after a man was found in a street in Farnham with serious injuries.

Officers were called to Upper Hale Road at 7.40pm last night.

The injured man, who's in his 20s, was taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting in a serious condition.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:16 am  

Missing Sutton man found
A missing Sutton man has been found.

Officers in Sutton were appealing for the public's help in locating a missing man from Wallington.

68 year old John Meade from Wallington is deaf and mute.
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:17 am  

Garage fire in Stoneleigh
The Surrey fire brigade’s been called out in Stoneleigh in Epsom.

A garage fire broke out just after two o clock.

Nobody’s been hurt and the cause is not yet clear.
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