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Murphy: Another Festival win with Divers
Ferdy Murphy came up trumps again at Cheltenham as Divers (10-1) took the Centenary Novices' Handicap Chase.
Ruby Walsh will take the riding plaudits with his treble on day one of the Festival but Graham Lee was superb himself as he gradually crept the grey into the race that was run at a strong gallop.
Divers made a mistake at the third last fence but Lee got him back on a even keel and brought him through on the inner to challenge Quantitativeeasing and Vino Griego at the final fence.He jumped that obstacle with great fluency and quickened up nicely on the run to the line to score convincingly by two and three quarter lengths.