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David Moyes picture Playboy model Hannah Elizabeth, Sara Beverly Jones Tony Bellew fight Liverpool Echo Arena

Moyes eyes a couple of strikers! Everton boss poses with blonde beauties before Bellew's bout

By
Lee Bryan

PUBLISHED:

02:55 GMT, 31 March 2013

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UPDATED:

03:01 GMT, 31 March 2013

David Moyes was grinning like a Cheshire cat on Saturday – and for good reason.

After watching Everton see off Stoke thanks to Kevin Mirallas' splendid strike at Goodison Park, the 49-year-old Scot proved he's still got it, sandwiching himself between a couple of glamour girls at Liverpool's Echo Arena.

Moyes was there to support Toffees fan Tony Bellew in his bout against Isaac Chilemba – which ended in a draw – but he got a little more than he bargained for in his ringside seat.

Blonde ambition: David Moyes is grabbed by a pair of Betfair beauties at the Echo Arena

Blonde ambition: David Moyes is grabbed by a pair of Betfair beauties at the Echo Arena

Everton skipper Phil Neville was quick to tweet the picture, saying: “Moyes at the boxing, go on son! That's how your Boss rolls” is he in bellews corner'

Playboy model Hannah Elizabeth, pictured left in the picture, remarked on the social network site: 'howlin that I was sittin next to David Moyes ringside n got a pic on his knee with my @SaraBeverley #LEG'

Her pal Sara Beverly Jones – an actress, presenter and promotional model – added: 'Me and @misshannahelizx on David moyes knee! Ha my face! … Add your own caption.'

In this case, we think a picture tells a thousand words…

England beat West Indies: Andrew Strauss hails Alastair Cook and Ian Bell

Strauss hails Cook and Bell as England secure 'sensible' first Test victory over Windies

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UPDATED:

15:19 GMT, 21 May 2012

Andrew Strauss paid tribute to Alastair Cook and Ian Bell's 'sensible batting' after the duo both registered half-centuries to help England record a five-wicket win over West Indies in the first Investec Test at Lord's.

The hosts were 10 for two in their pursuit of 191, having lost opener Strauss and nightwatchman James Anderson last night.

Jonathan Trott edged Kemar Roach to the slips in the sixth over of the day, while Kevin Pietersen was caught behind off Shannon Gabriel to leave England on 57 for four.

Sense and sensibility: Cook and Bell helped England to victory in the first Test

Sense and sensibility: Cook and Bell helped England to victory in the first Test

Sense and sensibility: Cook and Bell helped England to victory in the first Test

Cook and Bell ensured there would be no famous collapse today and although the former was dismissed with two runs still needed, Bell guided England to victory – much to the relief of captain Strauss.

'I think the wicket was pretty slow and flat and we had a pretty good chance of chasing it down,' he told Sky Sports.

'But you never know with cricket, that's one of the beauties of the game is the unexpected can sometimes happen and we put ourselves in a bit of a tricky position by losing a couple (of wickets) last night.

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No risks: England batted with confidence to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match Series with the West Indies

No risks: England batted with confidence to take a1-0 lead in the three-match Series with the West Indies

Dogged left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul struck 87 not out and 91, while his partnership of 157 with Marlon Samuels in the Windies' second innings frustrated England's bowling attack yesterday.

'It's been a tough Test match, we've had to work very hard for this,” said Strauss.

'West Indies have played some really good cricket. The way Chanderpaul and Samuels batted yesterday made life very difficult for us and we had to dig pretty deep.

'The seamers had to go through a lot of overs to take those wickets but when you have to dig deep it makes it a bit satisfying when you get over the line.'

It was also a Test to remember for Strauss, who made his first century in 26 attempts – a run stretching back to November 2010.

'It was lovely to get that hundred and when you score a hundred in a winning cause, it makes it even more special but there were a lot of good performances in the side so overall we're pretty happy,” added the left-hander.

Worrying start: England lost two early wickets, but recovered to win by five wickets

Worrying start: England lost two wickets, but recovered to win by five wickets

'There are always areas we can try and improve and we'll try and do that in the second Test.'

West Indies captain Darren Sammy paid tribute to England but acknowledged making just 243 in the first innings cost them dear.

'The pitch became much easier to bat on and an experienced batting line-up like England showed the class and wanted it more,' said Sammy.

'We had a few run-outs in both innings and we were aiming to get 350 on the first day wicket but we didn't.

'But the way we fought back in this Test match gives us confidence going into the next Test match.'

Seve Ballesteros tribute will be special for Jose Maria Olazabal

Ballesteros tribute at Masters dinner will be special for Olazabal

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UPDATED:

07:26 GMT, 3 April 2012

The death of Seve Ballesteros will be remembered at the annual Masters champions dinner in Augusta on Tuesday night.

Jose Maria Olazabal, with whom Ballesteros formed the most lethal partnership in Ryder Cup history, is among those present for what is sure to be a emotional moment.

'There is always a mention during the dinner of the players who have passed away in the year just gone,' Olazabal said.

Duo: Seve Ballesteros (left) with Jose Maria Olazabal

Duo: Seve Ballesteros (left) with Jose Maria Olazabal

'It's one of the beauties of this place that they show their respect to those we have lost.'

Olazabal, now Europe's Ryder Cup captain, has overcome a cracked bone in his foot to be present and playing in the event that he – like Ballesteros – won twice.

'I was on a treadmill when I felt something and it kept me out of the Open de Andalucia three weeks ago, but I've been able to practise and this is one tournament I always love to play whenever I possibly can.'

The 46-year-old missed the event in 1996 as he battled with rheumatism, but won for the second time only three years later.

Tribute: Olazabal (left) is looking forward to Tuesday's dinner

Tribute: Olazabal (left) is looking forward to Tuesday's dinner

Ballesteros died last May after being diagnosed with a brain tumour late in 2008. His final Masters appearance came the year before.

Olazabal has often spoken about how much he learnt about Augusta from Ballesteros and now he is the one passing on his knowledge.

He practised yesterday with compatriots Alvaro Quiros and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano.

Quiros is playing his fourth Masters and shared the first-round lead with Rory McIlroy after an opening 65 last year, while Fernandez-Castano is making his debut thanks to being in the world's top 50 at the end of last year.