Collingwood were still gripping a bottle of bubbly. For those not taking an early cut, the party continued in a private penthouse with crates of vodka, beer and Red Bull. Man of the match Stuart Broad, 23, looked like a future Flintoff as he partied until 3am, calling it a night only after his girlfriend, former Grange Hill actress Kacey Barnfield, 21, convinced him it was time for bed. London Lite Monday, 24 August 2009 But Freddie says hes now too old to party! by mark blunden Golden Grahams: Graham Onions, left, and Graeme Swann share champagne Inbrief Ray of hope for Bank Holiday LONDON is set for a week of unsettled weather -- but with blue skies back for the Bank Holiday weekend. George Goodfellow, from the Met office, said: Londoners have enjoyed a wonderful weekend, 28C yesterday, but the next few days will see a shift bringing fresher air and temperatures in the low 20s. But he said the cloud should be gone by Friday. 5m charge for Stones wedding THe Rolling Stones have been named the most expensive band to hire for a wedding. The veteran rock band would charge 5m to play at a reception, followed by Sir elton John and Kylie Minogue at 2m each. A poll from TV channel Living also claims Amy Winehouse and Leona Lewis would both cost 1m but Danny Foster from HearSay would offer his services for just 650. 20k reward to catch1999killer POLICe today offered a 20,000 reward to try to solve the murder of a man 10 years ago. Unemployed David Scott, 30, known as Boyo, was found stabbed to death on 24 August, 1999, in Tottenham. Police want to find a man, described as black and in his twenties, who was seen crouching over Mr Scott before running off. Anyone with information should contact the incident room on 020 8345 3865. Move to find a safer pint glass GOVeRNMeNT officials are calling time on the traditional British pint glass by replacing it with a safer version. The redesign has been prompted by the 87,000 injuries caused every year by glasses from the countrys pubs and bars. Several pilot versions of new Home Office-approved pint pots, possibly made from polycarbonate, will be considered over the next four months. hot tubes: Page 16 Ashesto lashings ofbubbly ENGLAND cricketers marked their Ashes victory in style last night but the celebration failed to hit the heights that followed the sides success four years ago. In 2005, the squad, led by Andrew Freddie Flintoff, partied for nearly 24 hours after taking the title. This time Freddie, 31, called it a day at the teams City hotel by a respectable 1am, saying: I am going to bed. Im too old for this now. The champagne corks were popping as soon as the last wicket fell yesterday at The Oval, scene of the deciding Test. Finally, at 11.30pm, the team were greeted as heroes by hundreds of patient fans on arrival at the Grange City Hotel overlooking Tower Bridge. Staff unveiled huge flags wel- coming the Ashes Winners and gave them a standing ovation. Graham Onions and Paul DESPITE their Ashes loss, the Australian cricket team also partied into the early hours today. They were led into Boujis by captain Ricky Ponting, 34, displaying the cut lip he suffered from being struck by a fierce point- blank shot from Matt Prior. But the injury didnt stop a backseat clinch with his wife Rianna, who kissed it better as they jumped into cars to continue the revelry at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington. ...asOzcaptainswifekisseshimbetter Boujis night: Ponting and Rianna Lip service: they kiss early today Man of the match: Stuart Broad with girlfriend Kacey Bowled over: Steve Harmison, in front, and Freddie Flintoff arriving back at the hotel at 1am H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html