This may be incredibly late (again) but there’s no point complaining as ultimately you’re still getting the roundup – as I said in Gameweek 21, running late but reading great. So with the half hearted apology for the delay out of the way, let’s now take a look at what happened in Gameweek 22 all those many moons ago.
Well it does not matter how long you leave the writing part of it the result is still the same and that is that my good friend Andy Miller still sits at the top of the tree. He may still be the kingpin but his lead is further diminishing.
That’s because he now has just a 8 point lead over nearest challenger Ray McDermott who has moved up to second with last year’s winner David McDonagh now in 3rd place, it turned out to be a costly gameweek for Ologo Popo as he slips down to 4th with just 15 points covering 2nd to 4th.
Dennis Kioko had an incredible week as he moves up to 5th thanks to a phenomenal top score of 97 he subsequently moves above Kwame Twumasi who slips to 6th. The rest of the top 10 is made up of Fifi McDowell, M Fariz Narwinsyah, Harrison Narh and Andrew Sinclair.
My charge up the table continue as I hit the heady heights of 13th place, while Gary Mantle is 15th and @THEWWFPL (give him a follow) is all the way down in 23rd. It was very much a week to forget for Ho Yeung Howard Tian as he get the weeks lowest score of just 30.
At the bottom there is no change as Matt Dickinson clutches onto the wooden spoon for now and is 10 points behind Bruno B who is in 33rd. That’s all for this week, the next review will be on Thursday/Friday as long as you’ve been well behaved. Until then.
Highest Score – Dennis Kioko 97
Lowest Score – Ho Yeung Howard Tian 30