This weeks John Saxby was just for fun and didn’t count towards the overall competition. The winner was Lorna Frost, with a score of 87, with Alan Dix, 80 and Adrian Apps, 74 in second and third.
Now to the main event. As you’ve probably guessed, if you’ve been reading these posts for the past few weeks. This years winner, with a huge lead is Alan Dix. Cas Sinclair and Carol Steinberg who were consistently in the top five spot throughout the season were second and third. Well done Alan, you did brilliantly this year.
Eight hardly souls met today for the chance of winning this weeks Mars bar. After 24 gruelling matches Adrain Apps came out on top, for his second win of the year, with a score of 86. With Geoffrey Hunt and Alan Dix coming second and third with scores of 64 and 62.
Next week is the final week for improving your score, so pop along to see if you can work your way up the leaderboard.
Having no John Saxby last week, seemed to encourage members this week with 18 members trying to knock Alan Dix off top spot. Cas Sinclair was todays winner with a score of 88. Cas’s second win of the season. Carol Steinberg and Andy Jackson came second and third with scores of 79 and 74 respectively.
The top five remains very familiar with Alan still streets ahead in first place, but the rest are starting to catch up, albeit slowly.
18 members turned out on an initially wet but later dry and sunny Wednesday to win a bar of chocolate. This week it was Kay Martins turn to win, with a score of 88. Carol Steinberg and Alan Dix came second and third with scores of 74 and 70.
The top five in the table is all change from last week. Of course Alan’s third place today has increased his lead albeit by 4 points. While Cas keeps her second place, Carol re-enters the top five at number three. Carol’s followed by two new entries; Kay and Ed.
Eighteen members met up this Wednesday determined to knock Alan Dix off his perch. They all failed miserably as Alan won for the sixth time this season. Well done to Alan who has built what must now be an unassailable lead. Alan scored 82 today, with Andrew Thomson and Ed Cheetham, second and third, scoring 77 and 71 respectively.
The top five has a familiar feel, Alan way out in front, but we have a new entry at number 5; Andrew Thomson following his second place today. Andrew has pushed Carol Steinberg down into 6th place.
Twenty members turned up on Wednesday, still trying to oust Alan Dix off the top spot. In the end recently crowed Short champion, Andy Jackson was triumphant with a score of 91, his second John Saxby win. Charles Harding was second with 84 points and Cas Sinclair came third with 66 points.
The top three in the table is the same as last week, with Alan Dix still well in the lead. but new entries in places 4 and 5 are Charles Harding and Alan Mayne.
Sixteen members turned up on Wednesday, all vying to knock Alan Dix of the top spot. In the end Liz Webb was triumphant with a fabulous score of 96, her best of the season. Peter Mayne was second with 87 points and Ed Cheetham came third with 69 points.
The top five of the remains static, with only Alan out of the top five putting in a better score this week than the lowest of his eight counting score, as such his scores increased by 8.