Two teams of guinea pigs have predicted the score of England's first World Cup clash against Italy, and unfortunately it didn't go our way.
The Italian squad were first round victors at the Hatton Adventure World Stadium near Warwick.
The game played out over 90 seconds, with two teams of 11 guinea pigs given a ball filled with food. The side in possession on the final whistle, won the match.
Pet pundits say Rooney played a blinder, filling his face on the grass filled football, dominating play for the 90 seconds.
But despite his hair raising efforts, the Italians sneaked the win in the dying seconds.
Staff at the centre now hope their prediction doesn't play out, when Roy Hodgson's full-sized 11 take on Italy in Manaus on June 14.
Today's stunt was organised as a bit of fun by the team at the Adventure Park in Warwick, but it's not the first time our four legged friends have been used to predict the beautiful game.
Players of the EuroMillions in Warwick are being warned to check their tickets this Bank Holiday, as time is running out to claim a £1 million prize.
The prize was one of 25 chances to win £1,000,000 in the New Year's Eve EuroMillions raffle draw, and the winning selection was GRN686516.
If no-one comes forward with the winning ticket before the prize claim deadline, then the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated, will go to the National Lottery Projects.
Anyone who believes they have the winning ticket for any of the National Lottery draws within the 180-day deadline should call the National Lottery Line on 0845 910 0000.
Scores of Morris dancers are descending on Warwick today in what promises to be one massive dance off.
It's all part of a World Record attempt for the largest mass Morris dance ever. It's hoped between 160-200 dancers will take part, and is going on until 4:00pm this afternoon.
Nearly 200 people will attempt to smash the world record for the largest morris dance in Warwick later.
Between 16 & 20 Morris Dance sides are expected to take part in the event which is part of the Warwick 1100 years Celebration.
The vibrant & colourful dancing will take place around the centre of Warwick between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm, which will culminate in 160 to 200 dancers joining in a massed dance to break the World Record.
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It has been announced that Sophie Turner, the Game of Thrones star who was born in Northampton, is to become a patron of Playbox Theatre in Warwick.
Sophie grew up in Warwick where she attended the local theatre group from the age of three.
The 18-year-old plays Sansa Stark in the blockbusting TV series.
Sophie only left Playbox when her filming commitments became more and more demanding.
Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner, is to become a patron of Playbox Theatre in Warwick.
Sophie was born in Northampton and grew up in Warwick. She plays Sansa Stark in the series of Game of Thrones.
The 18-year-old was a member of the local theatre group from an early age.
Relatives of 34-year-old Gareth Lockyer from Warwick who died after kayaking in mid Wales have issued a heartfelt message of thanks to emergency workers who tried to save his life.
He was reported missing at the weekend after going out on a boating trip on the River Usk, in Powys.
A scientist from the the University of Warwick is claiming to have come up with the formula for a perfect curry.
Dr Mark Hadley from the Department of Physics at the university says every forkful of curry should include meat or vegetable, sauce and rice in a ratio of 1:1:1.
The golden ratio, which dates back to Ancient Greece, is said to be the most aesthetically pleasing, while satisfying taste and texture when it comes to certain foods.
A woman, believed to be in her 20s, has been taken to hospital after a crash near Warwick.
Ambulance crews were called to The Cumsey in Claverdon at just before 11:20pm last night.
The car had overturned and she was trapped for nearly an hour.
The woman was treated for pelvic, head and back injuries and was taken to University Hospital Coventry.