LITESPORT 36 Tuesday, 1 September 2009 London Lite v NORTHAMPTON SAINTS 13.30 SAT 12 SEPT ADULTS 10 U16 5 LIVEMUSIC,CAMELRACING, TUGOFWAR&MUCHMORE WINNERSOFBRITAINSGOTTALENT PLUSDIVERSITY 0844 847 2482 www.ticketmaster.co.uk FOR GROUP BOOKINGS CALL 01727 792 800 BOOK NOW Inbrief Fallons ready to ride again KIEREN FALLON has been granted a riding licence by the BHA which will enable him to return to the saddle on Friday at Lingfield and Kempton. Fallon has been absent from British racecourses since July 2006 due to the Old Bailey trial into alleged race-fixing and an 18-month drugs ban. Following the hearing, which lasted around 30 minutes, Fallon said: Its all gone well. Im looking forward to Friday now. Ecclestone fears Renault storm BERNIE ECCLESTONE fears Renault may withdraw from Formula One in response to an investigation into last seasons inaugural Singapore Grand Prix. The FIA are looking into the race, won by Renaults double world champion Fernando Alonso. F1 chief Ecclestone said: This is not the sort of thing we need at the moment. I think it will p*** off Renault for a start. Them leaving the sport is a danger, obviously. Gregs Espana in the works GREG HENDERSON claimed victory on the third stage of the Vuelta a Espana in Venlo yesterday and moved up to second place in the overall standings behind Fabian Cancellara, who continues to wear the leaders gold jersey. The New Zealander broke from the pack during a sprint finish to squeeze Slovenian Borut Bozic, who had appeared set to take the win following good work by his team-mates, into second place. Camier halted by flag blunder LEON CAMIER was denied a double win in the ninth round of the British Superbike Championship by a flag infringement in the second race at Cadwell Park. Airwaves Yamaha team manager Colin Wright accepted the decision, saying: The rules are clear, the black and orange flag was shown -- he should have stopped. It is unfortunate and a real shame for Leon. Ennis may miss Delhi games WORLD heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis could miss next years Commonwealth Games in Delhi to avoid burn out. With the European Championships in Barcelona also to come next year, the 23-year-old from Sheffield said: Its important to make the right decision, not to try to cram everything in, said the 23-year-old, fifth in the 100m hurdles at the Aviva British Grand Prix in Gateshead yesterday. VIPTOURING CAR TICKETSTOWINTHEworldsmostpowerfultouringcarsthunderinto BrandsHatchonSundayfortheUKroundoftheGerman TouringCarChampionship(DTM). LITESPORTandMOBIL1 areofferingticketstotworeaders--plusafriendeach. Thechallenging1.2mileIndycircuitatBrandsplayshost tosixBritishdrivers,oneofwhom,Mercedes-Benzdriver GaryPaffett,islyinginwaitjustsixpointsoffthetopofthe championshiptable. 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Cipriani and Lemi ready to put buzz into Wasps First Dan: Wasps fly-half Danny Cipriani is ready for Saturdays opening Premiership clash against Harlequins at Twickenham TOMREESbelievesthatafit-again Danny Cipriani and new wing David Lemi can revive Wasps for- tunes and help them become kings of Europe again. Before Saturdays Premiership- opening London double-header at Twickenham, Rees (below) said: Danny is always pushing himself andtheinjurylastseasonwasabig issuebutwearemanagingthatand I look forward to him setting the standards. When he turns up at Wasps he doeshisjobandnothingIhaveseen suggests that wont continue to be the case. Wasps -- who missed out on Heineken Cup qualification last season -- have lost the England trio of James Haskell, Riki Flutey and Tom Palmer to French rugby. M u c h w i l l revolve around Cipriani and the newbackdivision spearheaded by Samoan Lemi, who scored 45 tries at Bristol in 84 games. Steve Kefu has signed from Cas- tres to fill the void left by Flutey while Leicester wing Tom Varndell has also arrived at Adams Park. Before Saturdays clash with troubled Harlequins, Rees -- who will miss the big kick-off through injury--added:Asasquadwedid not score enough last season. Steve Kefu brings a lot of the same quali- ties as Riki did, Tom Varndell has been working really hard and we all know about David Lemis pace. I cant wait to see him play at Twickenham. Quinschief execMarkEvans could face more pressure to resign over the Bloodgate incident today, when European rugby chiefs reveal the contents of a 100- page report on t he he a r i n g s which saw boss Dean Richards and physio Steph Brennan banned and the club fined 2 6 0 , 0 0 0 f o r f a k i n g a n injury to Tom Williams. 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