As we go into the international break there is no change at the top of the Real Football Men leaderboard as once again Kwame Twumasi sits at the top of the tree with a score of 405, he is the only man to break the 400 point barrier and he has a 23 point advantage over the new man in second place and that is my good friend Andy Miller.
Andy Miller has a slender 9 point gap over Dennis Kioko who is third, Harrison Narh sees himself slide down the table to fourth after being second last week.
Last season’s winner David McDonagh surges back up to 5th place while there were also good weeks Andrew Sinclair and Eoin McAndrew as they both moved up to 6th and 7th respectively
It was nothing short of a week to forget for Tim Ward and Myself as we both registered the joint lowest score of the week with a paltry 22 points, will there be wholesale changes during the break? – one is for sure is that they have given up a lot of ground to their title rivals. Tim is 8th just a point ahead of me in 9th while M Fariz Nirwansyah rounds out the top 10.
Gary Mantle flies up to 21st place thanks to the top score of 60 points, after a sluggish start his season is really starting to pick up some traction while @THEWWFPL (give him a follow on Twitter) moves to the heady heights on 23rd.
In the battle to beat the mid season drop, Daniel Platt has given himself some breathing space as he now moves up to 30th but the name at the bottom is unchanged as Stuart Robertson is still bottom and finds himself 14 points from safety. It’s international week this week (boo) so no round for a fortnight, until then
Highest Score – Gary Mantle 60
Lowest Score – Tim Ward, Dan Tracey (Me) 22