Ross parfitt the gain of the summer is unity

A probationary constable called Tom Nicholson is transferred to Ashfordly station after an embarrassing incident in Scarborough, as the team spring into action when Lord Ashfordly's priceless African artefacts are stolen shortly before an African chieftain arrives in Aidensfield claiming the stolen artefacts belong to his tribe. Meanwhile, David takes charge of the taxi firm whilst Vernon is pre-occupied with yet another disastrous scheme, and deals with sick children, snakes - and shoplifting OAP's!

It’s the sort of fingernail-deep analysis – as Ross Lyon calls it – that leads to statements like “North Melbourne is ten years away from competing for a premiership.”

Dan Biggar and Rhys Webb are expected to get the nod at half back ahead of Rhys Priestland and Gareth Davies, while the back three is as expected, with Hallam Amos and Steff Evans playing alongside full-back Leigh Halfpenny.

Fellow co-star Ron Howard also posted a message on social media, reading: “Such sad, sad news. RIP Erin. I’ll always choose to remember you on our show making scenes better, getting laughs and lighting up tv screens.”