LITESPORT for Cleverly Hendry: I can still pocket world title STEPHEN HENDRY believes he can win another world title but has targeted breaking back into the top eight in the world as his priority this season. The 40-year-old Scot (left) was speaking after beating Matthew Selt 5-2 in the Grand Prix first round in Glasgow. Asked if he could win again, Hendry said: Definitely. I thought I had a good chance last season. I got to the quarter-finals and lost to Shaun Murphy in a match that I could easily have won. It was 13-11. London Lite Friday, 9 October 2009 43 In Pool 4, Bath head to Ulster on the back of just one win so far this season and head coach Steve Meehan admit- ted: Friday night at Ravenhill will always be difficult. We are going to be faced with challenges against Ulster, so it doesnt get any easier. But it is nice to have a new focus and drive. Tomorrows focus moves to Wales, where Northampton host Munster at Franklins Gardens, the Irish province having been Heineken Cup winners twice during the past four seasons. Cullen, above, will battle for supremacy after sharing a room at boarding school FORMER Quins star Will Greenwood says he would be staggered if his old side win anything this season after the Bloodgate row. Greenwood, a 2003 World Cup winner, said: Fortunately they face a Cardiff Blues side first up that cannot buy a win at the moment -- and they lost to Glasgow in the Magners League last weekend. The Blues have been missing world class players -- Gethin Jenkins, Jamie Roberts, Xavier Rush and Martyn Williams. Roberts has been passed fit this and his battle with Nick Evans promises to be epic. But I would be truly staggered if Quins come through this year and win anything. CARDIFF V HARLEQUINS HEINEKENCUP,TOMORROW,1.35PM(SS2) Sharp retort to Boklash at Watford BRENDAN VENTER has handed 19-year-old Jake Sharp the fly-half duties against Rovigo in the Amlin Challenge Cup at Watford on Sunday. Former Springbok Venter is acutely aware of the barbs about the club being a South African franchise in London and is adamant producing English qualified players is a priority. Venter said: We are going to get stuck into this European competition. It doesnt matter what team we put out, everyone will be ready and I have a fantastic outside half in Jake. This is a great chance for him to play in a proper game at Vicarage Road. It is such a pleasure watching our young guys because they are like mad things let out of a cage. SARACENS V ROVIGO EUROCHALLENGECUP,SUNDAY,3PM WASPS V R METRO EUROCHALLENGECUP,SUNDAY,3PM BIG-SPENDING Racing Metro 92 -- coached by Pierre Berbizier -- are led by French captain Lionel Nallet and also boast South African full back Francois Steyn. Ex-Sale forward Sebastien Chabal is injured along with ex-All Black Andrew Mehrtens, who previously played for Quins. Racing are currently in the bottom half of the French Super 14. Wasps full-back Lachlan Mitchell, rushed off to hospital last week,could play after being diagnosed as suffering only mild concussion. Not up fore it: Darren Clarke Sevens heaven as rugby joins golf in Rio Olympics BY HARRY LANE Newbridge gym as Joe Calzaghe and would later spar with the former undefeated world champion. He recalled: I noted Joes will to win. Now Im winning, too. Im enjoying my boxing. Actually, Im loving my boxing. Cleverly outpointed former Lonsdale Belt holder Tony Oakey for the Commonwealth title in only his 12th professional contest and ended Danny McIntoshs unbeaten record last time out. Nathans father and trainer, Vince, said: Hes a very good kid. Whatever success hes had is down to hard work. Live on Sky Sports 2 tonight, from 10pm Live on BBC2 and British Eurosport 2, from 7pm GOLF and rugby sevens will be included at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the IOC announced today. Both sports gained the simple majority of the 106 committee members needed at the IOC meeting in Copenhagen today. IOC president Jacques Rogge is a former Belgian rugby international. England rugby boss Martin Johnson said: The Olympic Games is the biggest sporting event in the world and an Olympic gold medal is the pinnacle of an athletes career. Its fantastic for rugby to have a chance to compete for that. Regardless of contracts, I think it would be very difficult to stop players if they had the chance to compete in the Olympics. But Ryder Cup hero Darren Clarke was not happy about golfs return to the Olympics after 112 years. He said: Ive always been against it because I grew up watching the Olympics and to me they are an amateur event. I know things have changed with tennis and basketball and all that. I can see why they are doing it to grow the sport around the world, but personally I dont think it should be in it. Thats just my opinion. It will help to make the game bigger and if I had the opportunity to play I probably would. Scotlands Paul Lawrie, Britains last winner of a major, commented: I would definitely play. I think its important. Why cant golf be in? I would love to win Olympic gold.