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The charity tipsters failed to live up to their magnificent moniker at Pontefract on Sunday - but the charities wont lose out. Each member of the Magnificent Seven recived a £100 charity bet for each Yorkshire meeting during the nine-day extravaganza with all profits being split between the Injured Jockeys Fund, New Beginnings and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.Coming into the final day, theyd notched nearly £5,000 between them, but Sky Bet have decided to round that figure up to £6,000, meaning each of the above charities gets £2,000. Tom ORyan ends the competition as the top tipster, but nobody went home with nothing - all of them at least throwing in a few quid into the pot.Sunday Pontefract SelectionsTom ORyan - Kruger Park £100 win - 2.20 - UnplacedEd Chamberlin & Dave Ord - £100 win Gran Canaria Queen - 4.35 - UnplacedAlex Hammond - Master Carpenter £100 win - 4.00 - 3rdJim McGrath - Eutropius £100 win - 3.25 - UnplacedRichard Fahey - Groundworker £100 win - 5.40 - 3rdMichael Shinners - Yeeoow £100 win - 4.35 - UnplacedYates takes Gilpin challengeDave Yates Sunday selection: 2.50 Pontefract - Saint Thomas - 3rdDave Yates, Newsboy of the Daily Mirror, cycled from racecourse to racecourse during the Go Racing In Yorkshire Festival in aid of the Injured Jockeys Funds Jack Berry House at Malton.Daves cycling on behalf of charity has been named the Ray Gilpin Challenge, in honour of the late Harrogate-based journalist who died last year. Sky Bet donated a £100 free bet per day to Dave, with which he scooped well over £1,000.Michael Shinners said: Sky Bet is delighted to support the Go Racing In Yorkshire Festival once again and we hope that there will be another substantial windfall for the three nominated charities - New Beginnings, the Injured Jockeys Fund and Yorkshire Air Ambulance - through the Magnificent Seven.Ray Gilpin was universally liked and respected and Sky Bet is delighted to also offer its support to Dave Yates as he undertakes the Ray Gilpin Challenge in aid of Jack Berry House.Click here for Dave Yates Just Giving pageSaturday York SelectionsThere was delight for Ed Chamberlin who registered his first success since the opening day of the Magnificent Seven Tipping challenge. Not only did Playful Sound collect the top price for Chamberlin in the Sky Bet Supporting New Beginnings EBF Fillies Handicap but he also earned bragging rights over editor Dave Ord whose selection, Colonial Classic, could only finish third.Sky Sports News HQ presenter Alex Hammond was in winning form on Friday and saw her selection, Kimberella, dot up in the Sky Bet Dash for resurgent trainer David Nicholls. Jim McGrath gained a share of the place money as his each-way selection Intisaab chased the winner home and anyone who combined the pair would have been rewarded to the tune of £36 from the CSF.Richard Fahey played it safe in the Sky Bet York Stakes and he wasnt disappointed when Time Test got the better of Mondialiste to land the Group Two contest but there was to be no joy for either Tom ORyan or Michael Shinners.Tom ORyan - 1.55 Battered £100 win (3rd)Michael Shinners - 2.25 Swaheen £100 win (6th)Richard Fahey - 3.35 Time Test £100 win (1st at 1/2)Alex Hammond  4.10 Kimberella £50 ew (1st at 9/2)Jim McGrath - 4.10 Intisaab £50 ew (2nd at 7/1)Dave Ord - 4.45  Colonial Classic £100 win (3rd)Ed Chamberlin - 4.45 Playful Sound £100 win (1st at 11/4)Fridays York/Thirsk selectionsA momentous day in the Magnificent Seven 2016 saw Michael Shinners register his first winner of this years charity tipping challenge and get off the mark at the bottom of the table courtesy of 4/6 favourite Fashion Queen in the Thirsk maiden.There was rather more creditable success for Sky Sports presenter Alex Hammond and editor Dave Ord, who each found 5/2 winner Briyouni on the same afternoon card, but the real winner on Friday was each-way thief Tom ORyan.ORyans policy to play on the safe side saw him leapfrog Richard Fahey at the head of the standings thanks to placed selections both at Thirsk and Yorks evening meeting, which featured Kaiser Chiefs after racing.Two days to go and its close at the top... I predict a riot?YorkRichard Fahey - 7.00 Honourable £50 e-w (4th)Tom ORyan - 6.00 Al Nasser Alwashik £50 e-w (3rd 9/1)Michael Shinners - 8.00 Alejandro £100 win (5th)Alex Hammond - 6.30 Field Game £100 win (9th)Dave Ord -  8.00 Alejandro £100 win (5th)Jim McGrath - 7.30 Fireglow £100 win (2nd)Ed Chamberlin - 6.30 Field Game £100 win (9th)ThirskRichard Fahey - 4.15 Bahamian Bird £100 win (4th)Tom ORyan - 2.00 Lozah £50 e-w (2nd 6/1))Michael Shinners - 2.30 Fashion Queen 2.30 £100 win (WON 4/6fav)Alex Hammond - 4.45 Briyouni £100 win (WON 5/2fav)Dave Ord - 4.45 Briyouni £100 win (WON 5/2fav)Jim McGrath - 4.15 Courier £100 win (2nd)Ed Chamberlin - 5.15 Storm Lightning £50 e-w (6th)Thursday Doncaster SelectionsThe less said, the better...Richard Fahey - 6.20 Yarmouk £50 e-w (7th)Tom ORyan - 9.00 The Kid £100 win (4th)Michael Shinners - 7.55 Aqua Libre £100 win (5th)Alex Hammond - 7.25 Market Choice £50 e-w (6th)Dave Ord - 8.25 Cosmic Storm £100 win (2nd)Jim McGrath - 9.00 The Kid £100 win (4th)Ed Chamberlin - 7.25 Market Choice  £100 win (6th)Wednesday Catterick SelectionsDave Ord sprang to life at Catterick on Wednesday as Singeur landed a few bets in the Sky Bet Go-Racing-In-Yorkshire Summer Festival Handicap.Sent off a well-supported 11/2 chance, Rebecca Bastimans nine-year-old capitalised on a tumbling mark to win by two lengths, doing well to make up ground on a day which favoured those ridden more prominently.Sky Sports presenter Alex Hammond also found a winner on the card as 6/4 favourite Spirit Of Zebedee kept on well to take division two of the 5th Regiment Royal Artillery Handicap, as the Magnificent Seven field concertinaed on a day which saw the pace-setters fail to extend their advantage.Richard Faheys selection trailed home last in the race won by Singeur, and both Michael Shinners and Ed Chamberlin did little better with 11th-placed Captain Dunne as Ord unravelled a competitive sprint.Tom ORyans selection was last to run and fared better, but Merchant Of Medici was ultimately well beaten in third, while Jim McGrath had also opposed Singeur and saw his selection, Flash City, take a respectable fourth.Richard Fahey - 5.00 Fast Act £50 e-w (13th)Tom ORyan - 5.30 Merchant Of Medici £100 win (3rd)Michael Shinners - 5.00 Captain Dunne £50 e-w (11th)Alex Hammond - 4.30 Spirit Of Zebedee £100 win (WON 6/4 fav)Dave Ord - 5.00 Singeur £50 e-w (WON 11/2)Jim McGrath - 5.00 Flash City £100 win (4th)Ed Chamberlin - 5.00 Captain Dunne £100 win (11th)Monday Beverley SelectionsRichard Fahey and Tom ORyan built on their early gains on the Magnificent Seven leaderboard after both selecting well-backed winner The Wagon Wheel in the second race of the card at Beverley.It was a third winner in as many days for Fahey, whose charge overcame greenness in the early stages to land the five-furlong maiden under Tony Hamilton.It was a case of ifs and buts for the rest of the septet, Jim McGrath going close with runner-up Eutropius, Ed Chamberlin selection Jan De Heem filling the places in the same race and Alex Hammonds nap Relight My Fire another to run well without reward.But the likes of Michael Shinners and Dave Ord already have a mountain to climb in order to trouble the principals and will no doubt have their heads buried in the formbook before the next day of action - Wednesday afternoons meeting at Catterick.On a brighter note, Dave Yates picked 7/1 winner City Of Night to add to his impressive fundraising efforts as part of the Ray Gilpin Challenge.Richard Fahey - 6.05 The Wagon Wheel £100 win (WON 11/10 fav)Tom ORyan - 6.05 The Wagon Wheel £100 win (WON 11/10 fav)Michael Shinners - 6.35 Innocently £50 e-w (6th)Alex Hammond - 7.05 Relight My Fire £50 e-w (3rd D.H.)Dave Ord - 7.40 Zeshov £50 e-w (10th)Jim McGrath - 8.10 Eutropius £100 win (2nd) Ed Chamberlin - 8.10 Jan De Heem £100 win (3rd)Sunday Redcar SelectionsRichard Fahey made it two wins from the first two days and shot to the head of the leaderboard after his own Andok scooted to victory with a smart-looking performance in the opening maiden. Punters didnt seem to take the hint, letting the son of Elzaam go off 5/1 in the hands of Tony Hamilton, but the colt eased to a two and a quarter-length success.Jim McGrath joined the party after Ronya justified 3/1 favouritism for Tracy Waggott and Royston Ffrench, digging deep to claim a short-head success and pocket £300 for the three chosen charities in the process.There were three near misses on day two, Michael Shinners, Alex Hammond and Tom ORyan (each-way return) all hitting the cross-bar while Dave Ords Charles De Mille finished a staying-on fourth.Ed Chamberlin was the only one of the Seven to really let the side down after Savannah Beau was barely sighted in the sprint handicap, though his Ripon winner on Saturday has at least earned him a little room for manoeuvre.Richard Fahey - 1.55 Andok £50 e.w (WON 5/1)Jim McGrath - 3.00 Ronya £100 win (WON 3/1)Dave Ord - 3.00 Charles De Mille £100 win (4th)Michael Shinners - 4.10 Kiwi Bay £100 win (2nd)Ed Chamberlin - 4.45 Savannah Beau £50 e.w (12th)Alex Hammond - 5.20 Nouvelli Dancer £100 win (2nd)Tom ORyan - 5.20 Nouvelli Dancer £50 e.w (2nd)Saturday Ripon SelectionsTom ORyan took the lead after Day 1 of the Sky Bet Magnificent Seven Tipping Challenge after his selection Spirit Of Zebedee took the sprint handicap at Ripon under PJ Mcdonald - but he wasnt the only one of our tipsters to find a winner on the first day as you can see below...Richard Fahey - 2.05 Racemaker £100 win - 1st 5/4FMichael Shinners - 2.35 Madame Bounty £100 win - 2ndAlex Hammond 3.45 Sindarban £100 win - UnplacedJim McGrath 3.45 Sindarban £100 win - UnplacedEd Chamberlin 4.50 Knights Table £100 win - 1st 11/8FDave Ord 4.50 Jaameh £100 win - 2ndTom ORyan 5.20 Spirit of Zebedee £50 e.w - 1st 13/2 Carolina Panthers Jerseys . 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The game was the first of two international friendlies that Canada is playing during the international break, with the second game against Slovenia set for Tuesday in Celje. Canada looked uncomfortable defensively throughout the game, and every free kick that came into Canadas penalty box looked like ending up in the back of the net.While Canada once again had a heavy presence in the first ten picks of the Draft, Torontonians continued a little streak of their own. Once again a Toronto kid goes higher in the NBA draft than the NHL draft. 3 years in a row now. — David Krikst (@MyManDK) June 27, 2014 Dont feel too bad though Leafs nation, your first overall pick looks primed and ready to take to the throne. But who do you think will look better on their rookie card, William, or his father Michael Nylander? New King in Kings Landing — Mike Richards (@MikeRichardsTSN) June 28, 2014 Michael Nylander looked like this on his draft day — BarDown (@BarDown) June 28, 2014 A few members of the media, and even one NHL franchise pointed out what we were all thinking when it came to the first round picks.dddddddddddd Between Katzs kid and Nylander, tonights draft should by brought to you by Pantene. — Bob Mackowycz (@BobMackowycz) June 28, 2014 The Leafs take a Swede! With swashbuckling hair! — Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) June 28, 2014 Forget #IKEA. Swedens best export? Great hair … We mean, #IKEA. Definitely #IKEA. #AvsDraft — Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 28, 2014 Some of the coolest things about the Draft happen behind the scenes, like 13th Overall pick Jakub Vrana, receiving a phone call from new teammate, Alex Ovechkin. ' ' '

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