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Kev Mason     ‘The voice of sport

Spare a thought for Glenn Hoddle - 3 games into the Champions League and yet to win a set. Even drafting in Jeremy Guscott to work on the fielding doesn’t seem to be helping. But at least his break of 74 not out helped see off a brave Tonga in last week’s show jumping.
The boat race this year seems to be another 3 horse race, with the Bennetton boat driven by Linford Christie once again the favourite. And why not, with a 3 sets to love victory just behind him, who could bet against Britain’s favourite golfer to score another treble 20.
Good old Kevin Keegan. Despite being shown the door by Newcastle City, Kevin’s bounced back with a string of touchdowns to put British swimming firmly back on the pitch. Nice one Kev.
I’m third to no one in my appreciation of Damon Hill. And so I was delighted to see him cruise past the winning post as last week’s London Twix at Crystal Palace in the fastest time this year - 3 goals to nil. Well done Damon !!!
Frank Bruno’s comeback may be one length too many, in my opinion. In being check-mated by Rachel Heyho-Flint 6-3 6-2 7-6, he’s got a long way to go before he can stand on the winners podium like he did at the last cup final. Is this one over too many for our favourite baseball player ? I hope not.
I can see only 1 winner in next month’s Varsity Match - Martina Hingis on her Honda. Vroom vroom !! It’s bound to be a hole in one for the Australian.
What a great event Royal Ascot is. I enjoyed a great day out at Britain’s premier regatta recently, and managed to pick 3 winners. I had Spain at 294 for 2 declared, Frank Skinner to draw 2-1 with David Baddiel, and the All Blacks to win the dressage by 2 lengths. Not bad eh ?
Graham Taylor should resign immediately as the England coach. Last week’s innings defeat to Greg Norman at the third extra hole was the final straw. Go El Tel, JUST GO !!!

That’s enough sport. Ed.

 

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