We’ve reached the international break and that will give some managers the perfect excuse to use their wildcards as they look to readdress their squads before the action picks up again next Saturday.
One manager who certainly won’t be looking to play his wildcard is leader Tim Ward. He couldn’t quite match the 90 points of last week but another solid 64 points last weeks sees him with a total of 230 points. That gives Tim an 11 point advantage over Kwame Twumasi in second.
I had another impressive week and have now moved up to 3rd place but I’m already 39 points behind Tim. Tim is in danger of making this a one horse race already, can he be stopped?
New boy Harrison Narh moves up to 4th place and gets the top score of the week with 71 and that allows him to leapfrog Petet Smith who continues his slide down to 5th. There were good weeks for regulars Dennis Kioko and Ho Yeung Howard Tian as the moved up to 6th and 7th respectively while Ologo Popo falls back to 8th.
The top 10 is rounded out by new faces Solomon Murray Jnr and Neil Kent. They both had green arrows last week and will look to build on that after the break.
It wasn’t a good week for Will Harwood as he recorded the lowest score of just 30 points. That costly week sees him fall as low as 22nd.
The bottom five is filled out by @THEWWFPL (do give him a follow, he needs all the help he can get) in 31st, David Lucas is in 32nd with Gary Mantle in 33rd. While the bottom two and the bid to beat the mid season relegation boot takes a change as Stuart Robertson slips to the bottom as Andy Harrison does enough to pass on the wooden spoon.
There’ll be no roundup next week because of the international fixtures but be sure to join me in a fortnights time when I’ll roundup Week 4. Until then
Highest Score – Harrison Narh 71
Lowest Score – Will Harwood 30