Emmerdale fans predict Ben will expose murderer Meena as he gets 'revenge' on Jai after frame twist
Emmerdale fans have predicted that Ben Tucker will expose murderer Meena Jutla as he gets revenge on Jai Sharma after he tried to frame and bribe him for the bridge collapse . During Wednesday's episode, Jai attempted to use Ben as a scapegoat as he realised he had signed off the risk assessments and he offered him £10,000 to walk away from the role, saying: "They are looking for someone to blame." However, Ben refused to be framed for the bridge collapse as he insisted that he had explained to the survival teams that only two people could be on the bridge at the same time and he himself couldn't be in two places at once.
Sky Sports pundit Andrew Coltart says Rory McIlroy will be “angry, disappointed and frustrated” following his late collapse at the DP World Tour Championship.
McIlroy looked to be heading for his third win of 2021 but a calamitous break at the 15th saw him tumble out of contention and finish T6.
The overnight leader, who held a one-stroke lead with five holes left, saw his short approach at the 15th clatter the pin and rebound into a bunker.
His third shot caught the fringe and he missed a challenging putt for par, handing eventual champion Collin Morikawa a crucial one-shot lead.
From there, McIlroy dropped a shot and went on to bogey the 16th and 18th, finishing five shots off Morikawa who became the first American to win the Race to Dubai title
Raducanu to face Ruse in Royal Albert Hall exhibition
British teenager Emma Raducanu will bring her stellar season to an end with an exhibition match against Romanian Elena-Gabriela Ruse at London's Royal Albert Hall.The 19-year-old made history earlier this year when she became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam when she triumphed at the US Open in September.
It was a dispiriting end to the week for McIlroy who had been bidding to win the DP World Tour Championship for a third time and back up last month’s win at the CJ Cup.
Asked how the four-time major champion would be feeling after his round, Coltart told Sky Sports: “Angry, disappointed, frustrated - all those things will be coming through.
“He finally hit the fairway down 15, the shot was good, it was safe, it was going a little bit past the flag, there was no danger.
“The only criticism you could probably say was he was only one under at that stage, but what a tough break.
“For that to happen and to go back in the bunker, that was position Z and things just unravelled from there. It was a really tough break.”
While it ended in deep frustration for McIlroy, Coltart agrees with former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley that the 32-year-old is back on track with his golf.
“I agree with Paul that signs are good for Rory McIlroy,” he said.
“I really hope he’s going to be fairly pragmatic about the whole thing and think ‘listen, I’m on the right track and I’m not too far away’.
"But it’s a bitter pill to swallow.”
Briton jailed in Dubai for possessing CBD vape oil has term cut to 10 years - despite changes to law .
A British football coach who was jailed for 25 years in Dubai for possessing CBD vape oil has had his sentenced reduced to 10 years on appeal. © Press Release Billy Hood says he was forced to sign a confession in Arabic. Pic: Detained in Dubai It comes after the United Arab Emirates recently said it would bring in new laws meaning foreigners found to be in possession of products containing THC, the main intoxicating chemical in cannabis, can be deported rather than jailed as long as it is their first offence.