He gets his first gold of the season with a total of 14 points, including 3 three-pointers and 2 two-ers. It’s his seventh top-three finish of the season and moves him up to eleventh place in the medals table.
In second place it’s JeffB, on 10 points, with 2 three-pointers and a two-er. He gets his sixth top-three finish of the season with his second silver, and stays in third place.
In third, it’s Shelley with her fifth top-three finish. She gets her third bronze of the campaign, finishing on 10 points with FIVE two-pointers. She stays in tenth place.
The ‘Spoon of Gloom, Doom & despondency of the Week’ goes to Hawkers Lass, who finished on 2 points. Very poor!
It’s going jointly to…
Invincible for getting 3 points for Fulham’s 2-0 win against Villa.
Swerve for getting 3 points for Wolves’ 1-1 draw at Preston.
The Mighty Bloobirds to slip up at home to the tune of 6 bleeding nil? Hawker are you ‘aving a giraffe?
The lucklustre, wilting Leeds to win a game, let alone score 5? Hawker are you living in a parallel universe?
A week to go in the February POM and it’s all to play for as Invincible leads by a point from Swerve.
In third it’s Shelley, just 2 points off the lead ahead of Suzie Wong and Hawker, both tied on 26 and 3 points off top place.
Still in with a shout are Van Kogaman 4 points behind in sixth, and Reverend Batt, 5 points behind in seventh.
It’s The League Cup Final..
The first trophy of the domestic campaign comes in the form of the Carabao Cup. This year’s final sees Arsenal taking on Man City at Wemberlee. If it goes to extra-time, it’s the score before penalties that counts. So you can predict a draw if that’s what floats yer boat.
Big Prem game of the weekend has Man Utd entertaining Chelsea at Old Trafford, whilst at the bottom, bottom-placed West Brom take on fellow-strugglers Huddersfield at the Hawthorns.