Although there was a shock result, to some, the results were pretty well in line, but Kevin has agin proved his best, extending his overall lead across all sections.
Steady as she goes for the Leaderboard with Kevin extending his overall lead and ESPN’s Tommy ‘Old Onion Bag’ Smyth making a charge amongst the commentators.
As the pointy end of the season starts to come into view, it is certainly starting to tighten up at the top of the Leaderboard.
The Leaderboard after Match Week 24.
With Michael’s win in the weekly competition the gap between the three leaders of the general section has again tightened up and with just sixteen Match Week’s to go it really is anyone’s competition to win. The current Leaderboard is:
Well, one should never poke the bear, as the saying goes. And in that regard Kevin has bounced back with a massive bang to reclaim the overall lead as previous leader Peter faultered with his selections for the mid-week fixtures. The current Leaderboard is:
Sound the trumpets! We have a new leader. His strong showing over the Christmas/New Year schedule of matches has now propelled Peter into the overall lead of the competition, taking the mantle from Kevin who has led for virtually the whole of the competition. So, with eighteen Match Weeks to go, how long can Peter retain his slender lead? The …
It’s been a big surge so far by Peter over the first two rounds of the Christmas/New Year schedule of Match weeks and with his scores has pulled within a point of Kevin. Michael has also had a bit of a mini surge to also be in touching distance of the lead as the season moves into the second half. …
Well, naturally, the big movers on teh general public leaderboad were Peter and Michael, who gained six and five points respectively on the outright leader, Kevin. As for the media leaderboard, the Betegy statistical group maintains their lead but sw the ESPN experts cut four points into the lead score. The Leaderboard after Match Week 18 is: