Moon Of Liberty Darts – UK Open


PDC World Darts

UK Open Final in Minehead


Wright Takes his first major title

In a week of surprises Alan Norris continued his fine form after his win at the Players Championship last week to reach the Semi-Final, Gerwyn Price reached his first final, but the title went to the best player of the tournament, Scotland’s Peter Wright who having been beaten in this event for the last two years, too his first major title.

Two ton plus checkouts saw Wright take an early 3-0 lead over Welshman Price. Maintaining a 100 average through, Wright raced into a 7-2 lead before Price his a run of four out of five to close to 8-6. Wright broke to take a three leg advantage with a key 86 checkout and then took control to take the next to to complete the 11-6 victory, and a title he has been so close to for so long.

Report (




Darts Results

UK OpenAt Butlins, Minehead

Semi Finals (Best of 21)

Peter Wright (Scotland) 11Darryl Gurney (Northern Ireland) 5

Alan Norris (England) 9Gerwyn Price (Wales) 11

FINAL (Best of 21)

Peter Wright (Scotland) 11Gerwyn Price (Wales) 6


Moon Of Liberty World Championship Boxing from Bangkok & New York


World Championship Boxing

Vacant WBC Flyweight Title – Kaikanha v Navarette


Naverette silences the home crowd in three

Mexico’s Juan Hernandez Naverette went into the lions den in Thailand and beat home favourite Nawaphon Kaikanha. The Thai appeared comfortable in the first two round and there was nothing to suggest what was to happen in the third. Naverette caught Kaikanha with a clean left up. The Thai boxer got up at eight but sensing the finish the Mexican then launched a blitz of hard shots leaving the ref no option than to step in and stop the fight. It the Kaikanha first defeat and an impressive display from Navarette who went into the fight the underdog but came out the Champion.

Report (Boxing Scene)

Unification WBC & WBA Welterweight Title – Thurman v Garcia


Thurman gets split decision in fight that fails to deliver the hype

A battle of two unbeaten fighter in New York, most were expecting an explosive contest between WBC Champion Danny Garcia and WBA Champion Keith Thurman. In the end it delivered a fairly cagey affair. Despite a quick start from Thurman he then backed off into jab and move mode keeping at at range. The fight was tough to score as Garcia was coming forward most of the time but Thurman was delivering the higher quality shots on the counter. In a contest that could have gone either way, the scores were as close as it looked with Thurman getting a split decision by four and two points on two card with Garcia getting the other by two points. There is scope for a rematch, although the stunted nature of much of the contest could mean the demand is not there.

Report (The Ring)




World Championship Boxing Results

(Champ = Red, Challenger = Blue, New Champ = yellow)

Vacant WBC Flyweight TitleAt The National Stadium Gymnausium, Bangkok, Thailand

Juan Hernandez Navarette (Mexico) Beat Nawaphon Kaikanha (Thailand) by TKO in Round 3

AND THE NEW WBC Flyweight Champion … Juan Hernandez Navarette (Mexico)

Unification WBC & WBA Welterweight Title At The Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Keith Thurman (USA) Beat Danny Garcia (USA) by Split Decision (116-112 115-113 113-115)

AND THE NEW UNIFIED WBC & WBA Welterweight ChampionKeith Thurman (USA)


Moon Of Liberty Cricket – ODI weekly round up


One Day International Cricket Round-Up

South Africa in New Zealand

ODI Game 4 in Hamilton


Guptill sees New Zealand home to level the series

A huge innings from Martin Guptill ensured the series between New Zelaand and South Africa would go to a final match decider. AB de Villiers top scored with 72 as South Africa put 279 on the board. It was not going to be enough as Guptill’s fast start put New Zealand well ahead of schedule. Ross Taylor supported with 66 but Guptill was there at the end on 180 Not Out, hitting 11 sixes in the process as the hosts got home with 5 overs to spare to make it 2-2 going into the final match in Auckland

Report (Cricbuzz)

ODI Game 5 in Auckland


South Africa take the series win in decider

South Africa have won a second series in a row on New Zealand soil after winning the decider in a low scoring contest at Eden Park. The South Africans made the right call in fielding first as New Zealand found it difficult to find any rhythm. Only Colin de Grandhomme with 32 got into the 30’s as New Zealand were bowled out for 149. South Africa eased to their target as Faf du Plessis with 51 not out and David Miller 45 Not out both saw it through. It is New Zealand’s first home series defeat since 2014 against the same opponents. The win means South Africa are confirmed as number 1 in the world in the one day game..

Report (Cricbuzz)

England in the West Indies

ODI Game 1 in Antigua


Morgan’s century leads England to victory

England have a 1-0 lead in their series in the West Indies after a comfortable win in Antigua. England batted first with Captain Eoin Morgan leading the way scoring 107. He was supported by Ben Stokes (55) and Sam Billings (52) as England posted 296. It was always going to be enough. When Jason Mohammad was run out for 72 the hosts only real chance had gone as Chris Woakes 4 wickets kept the pressure on with England eventually bowling them out for 251 and a 45 run win.

Report (Cricbuzz)

Ireland in the UAE

ODI Game 1 in Dubai


Porterfield ton gives Ireland the edge

The extra experience of Ireland told as they took a 1-0 lead in their series with the UAE. Ireland captain and opener William Porterfield top scored with 100 and Kevin O’Brien hit 67 enabling Ireland to post a good total of 270 which was always going to be a tall order for the UAE to chase down despite the excellent efforts of Zahoor Khan who took 6 wickets for the hosts. So it proved as they got behind the run rate from the start. Graham Dockrell took three wickets as Ireland eased their way to an 85 run win with no UAE player making a half century. Ireland now cannot lose as this is only a two match series.

Report (Crickbuzz)

ODI Game 2 in Dubai


Ireland seal series win

Ireland sealed a 2-0 series victory over the UAE in Dubai. the UAE batted first scoring 202 with Sahiman Anwar top scoring with 45. Craig Young and Andy McBrine took 3 wickets each restricting the UAE and putting Ireland in pole position to win. The duly did so, William Porterfield followed up his century in the first game with 76. When he departed it was left to Andy Balbirnie to steer Ireland home, his solid and sensibly played 56 Not Out ensured a comfortable 8 wicket win and the expected series result.

Report (Cricbuzz)




One Day International Cricket Results

South Africa in New Zealand

ODI Game 4 – At Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand

New Zealand v South Africa

South Africa279/8 – (50 Overs) – (de Villiers 72* du Plessis 67)

New Zealand280/3 – (45 Overs) – (Guptill 180* Taylor 66 )

New Zealand win by 7 wickets

Series Tied 2-2

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANMartin Guptill (New Zealand)

ODI Game 5At Eden Park, Auckland

New Zealand v South Africa

New Zealand 149 – (41.1 Overs) – (de Grandhomme 32 Rabada 3-25)

South Africa150/4 – (32.2 Overs) – (du Plessis 51* Miller 45*)

South Africa win by 6 wickets

South Africa win the series 3-2

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANFaf du Plessis (South Africa)

England In The West Indies

ODI Game 1 – At The Sir Viv Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

West Indies v England

England 296/6 – (50 Overs) – (Morgan 177 Stokes 55 Billings 52)

West Indies 251 – (47.2 Overs) – (Mohammad 72 Carter 52, Woakes 4-47)

England win by 45 runs

England Lead the series 1-0


Ireland in the UAE

ODI Game 1At The ICC Academy, Dubai, UAE 

UAE v Ireland

Ireland270 – (49.3 Overs) – (Porterfield 100 K O’Brien 69 Khan 6-34)

UAE185 – (41.4 Overs) – (Raza 45 Dockrell 3-27)

Ireland win by 85 runs

Ireland Lead the series 1-0

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANWilliam Porterfield (Ireland)

ODI Game 2At The ICC Academy, Dubai, UAE 

UAE v Ireland

UAE202 – (47.5 Overs) – (Anwar 48  McBrine 3-42 Young 3-48)

Ireland203/2 – (41.5 Overs) – (Porterfield 75 Balbirnie 58*)

Ireland win by 8 wickets

Ireland Win the series 2-0

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANAndrew Balbirnie (Ireland)


Moon Of Liberty Saturday Soccerround – 04th March 2017


#MoonSoccer13 Saturday Round up -4th Mar 2017

Premier League – Leicester City v Hull City


Two wins in a row for Leicester

Leicester City have six points out of six this week after victory over fellow strugglers Hull City. Sam Clucas, who began his career with Leicester, opened the scoring for Hull on just six minutes but from there the Champions took over. Christian Fuchs leveled after good work from Jamie Vardy. Riyad Mahrez got his first goals since November from the edge of the box to put the Foxes ahead and and own goal from Tom Huddlestone completed the 3-1 win giving Leicester a five point buffer between themselves and the drop zone.

Report (BBC Sport)

Premier League – Liverpool v Arsenal


Brilliant Liverpool sweep Arsenal aside

Liverpool recovered from midweek defeat with an excellent win against Arsenal at Anfield. The reds were two up at the break after a superb first half taking full advantage of Arsenal’s controversial call not to start Alexis Sanchez. Both the goals scored at the back post from low crosses, the first from Roberto Firmino and the second from Sadio Mane. Arsenal improved in the second half and Danny Welbeck got one back looping the ball over Simon Mignolet. Liverpool completed the win with a fast counter attack, Adam Lallana put Dicock away down the right and he crossed perfectly into the path of the on rushing Georginio Wijnaldum to score. The 3-1 win means Liverpool move up to third in the table and right back on the battle for the top four.

Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Derby County v Barnsley


Derby fightback for first win in seven

Derby County have their first win in seven games after first falling behind at Pride Park against Barnsley. After a goalless first half the visitors from Yorkshire took the lead as Matty James rose to head home a long throw. The lead lasted two minutes as Tom Ince struck after some poor defending. Ince then hit the post shortly after as Derby took control, the winner came through a deflected shot from David Nugent getting his first goal for the club. Derby move up to 10th after the victory but still 10 points away from the play offs which still look a long shot.

Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Nottingham Forest v Brighton & Hove Albion

Forest Win

Clough is back at Forest

Forest have a new hero after a stunning display to dispatch promotion chasing Brighton at the City Ground. All the goals came in the second half and the key man is a name synonymous with the club. The first goal was controversial as Zach Clough, no relation to those other famous Clough’s who have graced the club, shot and Brighton were convinced Britt Assombalonga got a touch from on offside position, the ref gave the goal and it was awarded to Clough for his first goal since moving from Bolton. Ben Osborn tapped in to seal the points and Forest were awarded a penalty in injury time, which Clough put away for his second. This is by far the most impressive display of the season, and despite their overall struggles, means they have beaten both of the top two at home this season having already beaten December

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Blackpool v Morecambe


Potts shines as Blackpool win

Blackpool claimed their first home win since November beating Morecambe 3-1. Brad Potts crossed for Mark Cullen to give Blackpool the lead and after missing chances himself, Potts made it two being put through by Kelvin Mellor. Ryan Edwards put through his own net to make it 3-0, Anthony Evans consolation was the only blot on an excellent day for the Tangerines who close the gap on the play off place to seven points, it would need some run from here to make it however.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Cheltenham Town v Mansfield Town

Mansfield draw a blank for the second time

Despite playing most of the game against 10 men, Mansfield could not force victory at Cheltenham. Kyle Storer was sent off on 18 minutes after a dreadful challenge on Jamie McGuire that got a deserved straight red card. Liam Davis hit the post direct from a corner for Cheltenham, while Ben Whiteman had tow excellent chances for Mansfield, both of which were put wide. Neither side had a shot on target and Mansfield have played out two 0-0 draws in a week. This will be considered two points dropped, and they are two points off the play off places.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Newport County v Leyton Orient


Newport thrashed in key relegation showdown

In the battle of the bottom two Newport County were well beaten by Leyton Orient at Rodney Parade. Steven Alzate tapped in from Josh Komora’s cross to give the Londoners the lead. The Komora took over himself getting his first two goals for the club before half time to give Orient a 3-0 lead at the break. Orient got a penalty on 64 minutes which Komora dispatched to complete his hat trick. A 4-0 thrashing leaves Newport nine points off survival and looking at the National League barring a superb run from somewhere that you cannot see where it is coming from right now. Today may be the day in reality Newport got relegated.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Stevenage v Notts County

Reality check for the Magpies

After the fantastic victory at Plymouth in midweek Notts County were brought back to earth at Stevenage. Mark Godden head home a Steven Schumacher cross on just six minutes. Steveange keeper made a great double save from Shola Ameobi and Jon Stead in Notts best chance of the game. Jack King doubled the lead on the hour before Godden got his 20th of the season finishing Ben Kennedy’s through ball to make it 3-0. Notts should now have enough points to survive, although wins today for Leyton Orient and Hartlepool will give cause for a little discomfort.

Report (BBC Sport)

National League – Chester City v Tranmere Rovers


Rovers strengthen promotion hopes in five goal thriller

In the televised Friday night game between two of the Moon’s teams Tranmere came out on top over Chester in an excellent back and forth encounter/. The seals were ahead at half time through James Alabi’s penalty. Tranmere equalised on 55 minutes through a long range effort from jamie Harris but Chester regained the lead when Ryan Astles head home Ryan Lloyd’s corner. Evan Horwood leveled again with nine minutes left with a header from a Liam Ridehalgh cross.

It set the scene for a late winner for top scorer Andy Cook, who got the winner and his 18th of the season with a strike from just outside the box. Tranmere move up to second, just two points now behind leaders Lincoln. They should at least make the play offs, and may just be still in the running for the title and automatic promotion.

Report (BBC Sport)

National League – Maidstone United v Southport


Time running out for Southport after big loss

Southport’s survival pospects took a huge hit after defeat at Maidstone. Ben McKenna headed Southport into an early lead but a double from Jamar Loza before the break gave the Kent side a 2-1 advantage. Jamie Allen’s neat volley gave the Sandgrounders hope but Maidstone dominated late on, goals from Joe Piggott and Kevin Lokko sealed a 4-2 win for Maidstone to help their survival hopes and push Southport bottom, six points away from safety. The table looks bleak for Southport, with time running out to turn it around.

Report (BBC Sport)

Scottish Championship – Queen Of The South v Falkirk


Falkirk move second after win over Queens

Falkirk earned a deserved win at Queen Of The South whose play off hopes may now have been extinguished. A Lewis Kidd free kick just before half time put Falkirk ahead at the break. Luca Gasparotto and Luke Leahy had chances to add to the lead before Craig Sibbald doubled the lead from the penalty spot. A poor display from the Doonhammer’s that sums up the inconsistency that means they will likely fall short of a play off place despite undoubted talent. Falkirk in contrast move into second and will continue the chase of Hibs at the top.

Report (BBC Sport)




Soccer Results

Premier League

Leicester City (1) 3 (Fuchs, Mahrez, Huddlestone {OG})Hull City (1) 1 (Clucas)At The King Power Stadium, Leicster

Liverpool (2) 3 (Firmino, Mane,Wijnaldum)  – Arsenal (0) 1 (Welbeck)At Anfield, Liverpool


Derby County (0) 2 (Ince, Nugent)Barnsley (0) 1 (James) – At Pride Park, Derby

Nottingham Forest (0) 3 (Clough 2, Osborn)Brighton & Hove Albion (0) 0 – At The City Ground, West Bridgford

League 2

Blackpool (1) 3 (Cullen, Potts, Edwards {OG})Morecambe (0) 1 (Evans) – At Bloomfield Road, Blackpool

Cheltenham Town (0) 0Mansfield Town (0) 0At Whaddon Road, Cheltenham

Newport County (0) 0Leyton Orient (3) 4 (Alzate, Koroma 3) – At Rodney Parade, Newport, Wales

Stevenage (1) 3 (Godden 2, King)Notts County (0) 0 – At Broadhall Way, Stevenage

National League

Chester City (1) 2 (Alabi, Astles)Tranmere Rovers (0) 3 (Harris, Norwood, Cook) – At The Diva Stadium, Chester

Maidstone United (2) 4 (Loza 2, Pigott, Lokko)Southport (1) 2 (McKenna, Allen) – At The Gallagher Stadium, Maidstone

Scottish Championship

Queen Of The South (0) 0 Falkirk (1) 2 (Kidd, Sibbald) – At Palmerstone Park, Dumfries

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANZack Clough (Nottingham Forest)



Moon Of Liberty Polling – February Polling Update


February Polling round up – Conservatives continue to dominate

Only Survation of the regularly reporting pollsters did not report in February and we had our first poll from Communicate Research this year. On Voting Intention every poll saw the Conservatives in a double digit lead ranging from 11% with Ipsos-Mori to 18% with YouGov and ICM. All pollsters have the Conservatives on 40% or more and Labour in the twenties, showing a stronger position for Theresa May and a weaker position for Jeremy Corbyn.

The lower lead from Ipsos-Mro fed into the seat projection, only they saw the projected Tory majority just short of three figures, all the others suggest the Conservative are on course for 350 seats or more on the new boundaries, thus ensuring a majority of 100 plus. ICM’s projected majority of 176 is a new record high projection, their projection of Labour on 141 seats is also a record low since I have been doing calculations on the new boundaries.

Labour’s position is particularly bad in the North West where swings to the Tories were consistently at 10% plus.The polling provides little solace anywhere except in London where they continue to be less hit than elsewhere. The SNP remain dominant in Scotland although on average they are now below 50% and the scope for the Tories to gain some seats in Scotland is certainly there. Labour are now consistently in third place behind the Tories on the Scottish breakdowns.

For the Lib Dems there continues to be little sign of their local election improvement showing up in national polls, although they have edged up into double figures in most cases. Ipsos-Mori offers them some hope giving them 14 seats on the new boundaries. The new boundaries will make their position more difficult, with strong targeting a result of around 20 seats, while by recent standards where pre-2015 they could get 50 plus, would actually be a very good result given the nature of the new boundaries. UKIP remain ahead of the Lib Dems on vote share, but there is little sign of them making any seat breakthroughs, which was backed up by the Stoke result last week.

The Conservatives average lead over is up from 12.8% in January to 14%. The average seat projection sees the Tory majority projection up to a record high of 136. Labour fall below 160 on 157. All the current numbers can be found here. A round up of this months polls is below.




February Polls


YouGov (28/02/2017) – Con 42% Lab 25% UKIP 12% LD 11% Green 4% – Con lead 17%

ICM (20/02/2017) – Con 44% Lab 26% UKIP 13% LD 8% Green 4% – Con lead 18%

Opinium (13/02/2017) – Con 40% Lab 27% UKIP 14% LD 7% Green 5% – Con lead 13%

Ipsos-Mori (18/02/2017) – Con 40% Lab 29% UKIP 8% LD 13% Green 4% – Con lead 11%

Communciate Research (11/02/2017) – Con 41% Lab 26% UKIP 11% LD 11% Green 4% – Con lead 15%

SEAT PROJECTION (Based on regional patterns)

YouGov (28/02/2017) – Con 381 Lab 143 LD 6 SNP47 Plaid Cymru 3 UKIP 1 Green 1 Northern Ireland 18

Con Majority of 162

ICM (20/02/2017) – Con 389 Lab 141 LD 8 SNP 34 Plaid Cymru 3 UKIP 1 Green 1 Northern Ireland 18

Con Majority of 176

Ipsos-Mori (18/02/2017) – Con 346 Lab 177 LD 14 SNP 40 Plaid Cymru 3 UKIP 1 Green 1 Northern Ireland 18

Con Majority of 92

Communicate Research (11/02/2017) – Con 381 Lab 143 LD 5 SNP 48 Plaid Cymru 3 UKIP 1 Green 1 Northern Ireland 18

Con Majority of 162


Moon Of Liberty Elections – Local by elections 02 Feb 2016


2nd Feb Local by elections round up

After last weeks loss in Copeland at Parliamentary level Labour suffered arguably an even more embarrassing loss in this weeks local by elections. Labour are using the high Jewish population in Kersal as the reason for their loss of a seat in traditional Labour heartland of Salford, however to lose a seat in such an area in opposition is a outstanding victory for the Conservatives on any level.

Elsewhere the Tories held their other two seats, one in Christchurch where they saw off a strong independent challenge, and in Hutton on Redcar & Cleveland council where the numbers looked ripe for another Lib Dem surge, but it did not materialise with both the Tory and Lib Dem vote up by a similar amount. There was a second by election in Redcar & Cleveland where the Lib Dems easily held Newcomon with a strong swing against Labour.

In short it was an excellent night for the Tories, a decent night for the Lib Dems and a very poor night for Labour, whose vote share was down everywhere on top of the loss of the Salford seat, and also the UKIP whose poor run of performances continue to where their local by election projected national share is down to just 7%

The results see the Conservatives increase their local by election projected share lead over Labour to 5.8% All the current polling and election numbers can be found here. All this weeks results are below.




Local by Elections – 2nd Feb 2017

Mudeford & Friars Cliff (Christchurch)Con 629 Ind 466 Lab 91 UKIP 85 Green 72Con HoldSwing n/a as no Ind last time

Kersal (Salford)Con 850 Lab 553 Ind 354 UKIP 182 Green 48 LD 39 CON GAIN FROM LABSwing (May 2016) Lab-Con 12.7%

Hutton (Redcar & Cleveland)  – Con 860 LD 326 Lab 183 UKIP 129Con HoldSwing (May 2015) Con-LD 0.4%

Newcomen (Redcar & Cleveland)LD 426 Lab 259 UKIP 153 Ind 52 Ind 36 Con 29 LD HoldSwing (May 2015) Lab-LD 5.8%


Moon Of Liberty Soccer – Midweek round-Up


#MoonSoccer13 Midweek Update

Premier League – Leicester City v Liverpool


Leicester re-find title form to sweep Liverpool aside

Leicester’s first game post Claudio Ranieri bizarrely enabled them to find title winning form and claim a huge three points. Marc Albrighton put Jamie Vardy in to strike first and Leicester doubled the lead before the break with a superb long range effort. Vardy’s glancing head sealed the points. Philippe Coutinho got a consolation late on but Liverpool lose ground in the top four race while Leicester’s relegation predicament looks rather more hopeful after these vital three points.

Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Blackburn Rovers v Derby County


Derby pay the penalty

Derby County are now six games without a win after losing 1-0 at Blackburn. Marvin Emens had chances for the hosts in the first half. The breakthrough came on 58 minutes as Sam Gallagher was brought down by Alex Pearce and Craig Conway put away the penalty. Blackburn deserved the win as Derby, who were once in pole position for a play off place, now look well out of the equation.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Blackpool v Barnet


Late comeback earns Tangerines a point

Blackpool who in recent weeks have thrown away leads this time came back from two down to earn a point against Barnet. John Akinde and Colin Clough has put Barnet 2-0 up, Nathan Delfoueneso took advantage of a loose ball to strike from 12 yards. The equaliser came in injury time, Clark Robinson’s header came off the past and Kyle Vassell reacted quickest to score from the rebound. Blackpool remain in 15th place after the draw. 

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Plymouth Argyle v Notts County

Grant strikes again to secure big win for the Magpies

Notts County got an excellent away win at second place Plymouth to g five games unbeaten. Jorge Grant got his third goal in four scoring from a rebound after Jonathan Forte’s shot was parried following an error from Yeovil defender Yann Songo’o. The win means Notts are now eight points clear from the drop zone and well on their way to staying in League 2.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Yeovil Town v Mansfield Town

No score at Huish Park

Mansfield Town may feel it was two points dropped as they had the better of a 0-0 draw at Yeovil. Ben Whiteman had the best chance producing a fine double save from keeper Bevis Mugabe. The draw leaves the Stags one point outside the play off places. They may rue failing to get all three points here. Yeovil are safely in mid table with little left to play for.

Report (BBC Sport)




Soccer Results

Premier League

Leicester City (2) 3 (Vardy 2, Drinkwater) Liverpool (0) 1 (Coutinho)At The King Power Stadium, Leicester


Blackburn Rovers (0) 1 (Conway)Derby County (0) 0At Ewood Park, Blackburn

League 2

Blackpool (0) 2 (Delfouneso, Vassell)Barnet (1) 2 (Akinde, Clough)At Bloomfield Road, Blackpool

Plymouth Argyle (0) 0Notts County (1) 1 (Grant)At Home Park, Plymouth

Yeovil Town (0) 0Mansfield Town (0) 0At Huish Park, Yeovil

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANJorge Grant (Notts County)