We may be running incredibly late but I’ll get this one just in time before the action of Week 22 begins, it was has been a hectic couple of weeks of running a blog this one always seemingly gets pushed to the back of the queue. So like the ginger step child that this competition has become it’s now time to finally round up what happened during Gameweek 21.
Once again my good friend Andy Miller sits at the top of the table but he has seen his gap at the top cut to just 18 points with Ologo Popo now hot on his heels in 2nd place. But Ologo will be looking over his shoulder as Ray McDermott and David McDonagh are still in the title hunt.
Both Ray and last season’s winner David McDonagh are napping at the heels of Ologo as they sit just two and three points further back and there is every chance that those four positions could change order come the end of the weekend.
On the fringes of the Champions League places are Kwame Twumasi, Malaysio Junior and Andrew Sinclair who are 5th through to 7th respectively while M Fariz Narwinsyah, Fifi McDowell and Harrison Narh complete the top 10 places.
I had a very impressive week after scoring 81 points that means I’ve moved up to 14th but I was outdone by Neil Kent who scored an even more impressive 90 points to earn the highest score of the week and move up to the heady heights of 18th place.
Gary Mantle finds himself 16th, while @THEWWFPL finds himself up to 19th place (give him a follow on Twitter) at the bottom of the table it was not a good week for Michael Adjetey who low scored with 27 points but it was not that much better for new wooden spoon holder Matt Dickinson who scored just 28. That concludes my incredibly late but still reading great roundup. Until next week (I hope)
Highest Score – Neil Kent 90
Lowest Score – Michael Adjetey 28