Apr 142018

It’s Reverend Batt

He gets his second gold of the season with a total of 11 points in another low-scoring week. A few odd results again this week as teams scrap for their lives. His total included 2 three-pointers and a two-er. It’s his sixth top-three finish of the season and moves him up to ninth place in the medals table. After finishing third last week, he’s having a strong finish to the season.

In second place it’s MILO, also on 11 points, with 1 three-pointer and 2 two-ers. He gets his seventh top-three finish of the season with his FIFTH silver, but drops a place to 12th place in the table.

In third, it’s Swerve with his ninth top-three finish. He gets his FIFTH bronze of the season, also finishing on 11 points with 1 three-pointer and a two-er, but missing out on silver by goal difference. He drops a place to 13th.

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Apr 142018

The ‘Spoon of Gloom, Doom & despondency of the Week’ goes to Hawker, who finished on 3 points. Very poor!

Apr 142018

It’s going to…

Invincible for getting 2 points for West Brom’s totally unexpected win at Old Trafford.

Runners up…
Swerve and Van Kogaman for getting 3 points each for Newcastle 2-1 win over Arsenal.

Suzie Wong for getting 3 points for Huddersfield’s 1-0 victory over Watford.

Apr 142018

Lowly Bournemouth
to beat the Mighty Reds at Anfield? Invincible, are you ‘aving a giraffe?

Apr 142018

Just 4 weeks to go…

Lawro has his lead cut from 9 to 7 points as MILO has a strong week.

In third, it’s still Shelley, but the gap to second place is now 9 points, and to make matters worse, Swerve is now level on points with her after climbing 2 places – bring it on!

In fifth, a point behind, it’s still Suzie Wong, and 1 point behind her it’s DogsB0ll0x, who drops from third after a poor week.

Apr 142018


Ut’s the FA Cup semi-finals

It’s off to Wemberlee as Man Utd take on Spurs (home game for them!) in the Saturday game, whilst Southampton can forget about their relegation woes for a bit when they take on Chelsea in the Sunday game.

In the Prem, newly-crowned champions Man City entertain not-out-of-the woods-yet Swansea at the Ethiad, whilst it’s a must win for Stoke when they take on in-form Burnley at the bet365 Stadium.

There are two important games in the Championship making up the numbers. Derby take on fellow play-off hopefuls Middlesborough, and by-far-the-greatest-team-in-football-the-world-has-ever-seen, Ceeardiff City will be hoping for another gloroius victory when they take on Forest at the CCS. C’mon Hawker, 0-6?