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    3. Arsenal 38 75
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    7. Southampton 38 60
    8. Swansea City 38 56
    9. Stoke City 38 54
    10. Crystal Palace 38 48
    11. Everton 38 47
    12. West Ham United 38 47
    13. West Brom 38 44
    14. Leicester 38 41
    15. Newcastle United 38 39
    16. Sunderland 38 38
    17. Aston Villa 38 38

    18. Hull City 38 34
    19. Burnley 38 33
    20. QPR 38 30
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    Hello there fellow football fans!! And welcome to the Season Selector website! The Entry Deadline has now passed for another season but you can still have a look at all the banter and funny pictures that get sent in by our crazy current Selectors out there!!

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    SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN???

    Well....it was truly a great send off by the fans......shame his team mates and Crystal Palace didn't read the script eh...

    I must say that Match of the Day 2 had a very intriguing question to ask their viewers last night and it's one I want to put to you lot too...

    WHO WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE IN YOUR TEAM RIGHT NOW IF YOU COULD .....A FIT AND YOUNG STEVEN GERRARD IN HIS PRIME OR A FIT AND YOUNG FRANK LAMPARD IN HIS PRIME??

    Now I kinda know what the Liverpool and Chelski fans are going to say but what about all of you others?? A couple of England Managers had the dilemma over the years on who to play and if they could both be in the same team ...so it will be interesting to hear your opinions...

    And the second question I wanna ask all of you ....and I mean ALL OF YOU...as the football season grinds to a halt...from Barnet supporters up the leagues to all you Charlton , Brighton and even Leeds supporters ...

    HOW WOULD YOU RATE YOUR TEAMS SEASON OUT OF TEN AND WHY??

    Come on ....let's hear from all of you ....get emailing ..or of course go to the website log in and make your comment there...

    Thanks also to Joanne Gynne ( Arsenal ) who gave our Facebook Page a " Like" last week....come on the rest of you get " Liking" us too and let's spread the word on this stupid old game of ours!! Let's see if we can get up to a mile stone of 50 " Likes" first of all.. ...there are 150 players so this shouldn't be too difficult....


    I will be back on Friday with my exclusive interview with Mr Razor Ruddock ( Millwall / Spurs)

    Cheers for now boys and girls!!

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    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? How would I rate Spur's season?.....Pants!!

    Āt £1850 for two great games (Arsenal & Chelsea) so that's about 900 spondoolies per game. To afford this I haven't eaten for 8 months, cannot afford to put the heating on and have accepted a life of eternal poverty and misery. Posted 19th May 2015 - by Paul S (Tottenham Hotspurs)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? If we win the FA Cup and finish 2nd (unlikely with the latter) then I'd go 8. If we finish 3rd then a 7.

    Fat Frank all day long. 20 goals a season from midfield for God knows how long is an achievement we won't see again for a while.

    Spurs are good aren't they... ;-) Posted 20th May 2015 - by David M (Arse nal)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? 5 out of 10 and he needs to get 8 out and 8 in and work with this Mitchell guy. None of them out on loan. Ali can get experience in the Europa League along with Alex Pritchard the new scout from Southampton. They must play the odd game as well.

    Soldado and Adebayor out. Jackson Martinez and Charlie Austin in. Mirallas for Lennon. Stones and Richards for Kaboul and Chirches. Lamela, Paulinhio and Capoue out. Lavezzi, Ayew and Schneiderlin in. Ali and Pritchard in squad as well.

    Alongside Scholes Gerrard is the greatest Premiership all round midfielder and would have loved a few bagels at the Lane rather than dipping in bins. Posted 20th May 2015 - by Steve P (Tottenham)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? Well !¦. Where does one start???

    You will see from my league predictions that I predicted Chelsea would win the Premiership and City would come 2nd so overall I would assess that as "Job Done". Retaining the title is always harder than winning it. However I feel the nature of the campaign , particularly since Christmas , has left a lot to be desired.
    Too many silly points dropped; a loss of form by key players; an inability to break down the proverbial parked bus defence and an obvious lack of a Plan B when the Tikka Takka isn't working.
    All of this means that a major rethink is needed. Plus, a lot of our players are now getting on a bit and so a rebuild is needed. Toure will go and along with him will go several others only Hart, Kompany, Silva and Aguero have an automatic claim to be retained. I would personally also keep Zabaleta, Nasri, Milner, Fernandinho and Mangala but the rest are disposable PROVIDED better is available.
    So overall and 8 out of 10.

    On the Lampard v Gerard issue for years I was strongly on the Scousers side. I felt Lampard was the lesser player. But I think the events at the end of last season, when Liverpool threw away the title and most of that was down to Gerard's poor leadership (I did send you an email at the time) made me rethink. And that was BEFORE Fat frank turned up at City!!!!<


    So my view is Frank ahead of the scouse. Posted 20th May 2015 - by Alan W (MAN CITY)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? United I think have moved from a 3 out of 10 form last season to 7 out of 10 this season, a lot of work still needs to be done.

    We were helped by Liverpool's poor form towards the end of the season, I think there is not a great deal between Arsenal, City and United. The new Coach knows much more about English football now as will do the new players, Cambridge United saw to that.

    Next season United will improve again, second spot to Chelsea is realistic, get through the Group Stages in the Champions League and then get stuffed by someone like Basel in the first knock out round.

    Gerrard and Lampard, easy one, they play the same roll and position. I would have chosen the one who was in better Club form to start in the middle and not play one out wide and out of position; he would have been on the bench.

    Both had dips in form at one time or another, a fresh Gerrard or Lampard to come on in the last 20 minuets of the match would worried any oppo, we would have won more games, especially in Tournament play in hot climates, it would have work meant goals late on.
    But on a Man Utd point of view......Lampard ahead of Gerard. Posted 20th May 2015 - by Chris A (Man United)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? Tough questions this week. But I'd rate Sunderland's season at a solid 8. Exactly what I expected, all the hope at the start of the season to be ended by an awful 2015 and another manager sacked, doomed for relegation and somehow (nearly?!!!) surviving. All the emotions rolled into one season-just what every football fan wants. Going to the emirates tomorrow where you might see me cry if we get a point.

    Lampard every day of the week, he has everything and can score all kinds of goals. Always in the right place, and still so underrated.

    Im emotional now the season is drawing to a close, looks like I'm missing out on the top four !
    Cheers!!
    Finn Posted 20th May 2015 - by Finn R (CELTIC)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? I'll be honest Stevie, I think Rangers will be mid table in The Championship next season ...what with the impending embargo.not much youth coming through but with Ramsey's appointment today I feel he could work his black magic I do like the fella and he'll get the backing from the west London massive..

    Outta Stevie G or Lampard that's easy gotta be Gerrard!!!!.lampards worn a scum kit Posted 20th May 2015 - by Ray " The Scoop" M (QPRrrrrrrrr)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? As for Manuel Pellegrini, I had the fortune to have dinner with him and his wife last evening (well, they were in the same restaurant in Covent Garden as me and only 2 tables away so surely that counts!). I think they will keep him for the final year of his contract unless Pep Guardiola suddenly comes available. Guardiola has always been the long term target and it is no accident that Pellegriniā's contract runs only as long as Guardiola's at Bayern.
    We will see, but after so long being a City fan I know the waste and disaster that comes from constantly replacing managers and so I strongly oppose knee jerk reactions. This conceit that certain clubs must win something every year is just arrogance and diminishes our football in the UK. Do we really want to be like Spain and Germany and Italy where only 1 or 2 teams have any realistic chance of winning?


    Finally, if you had asked me about the Gerard v Lampard issue 18months ago I would have said Gerard. BUT I think I would have been wrong. In hindsight, I think that overall Lampard has contributed more and been influential in securing success far more consistently than Gerard. Posted 20th May 2015 - by Alan W (MAN CITY)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? You might well be sorry you asked....
    i personally feel that this has been the worst season as a Spurs fan since the George Graham era.
    i am not blaming the manager or chairman (and will happily stick with both), i simply believe that the football on display, lack of progression and general averageness has been missed by the media. I have sold my ticket to almost every game this calendar year, and I've never felt so ambivalent about a season. Yes we got to a final, but it has to be pointed out that we barely beat a league two side over 2 legs...and only had to beat Forest, Brighton and Newcastle at home before that. Ive been going to the lane since 1984 and we've always had at least one player that I would pay to watch, and I don't think thats the case anymore...and we're clearly not yet a team worth watching. We have had some bright spots for sure...Kane has been unreal, Mason, Dier, Townsend, Bentaleb, Eriksen and Chadli should all be fairly pleased. however, aside form them, Lloris, (and possibly Vertonghen and Walker) are the only players which I would look to keep if I was playing Championship Manager...and Im not too sure how many of them will want to stay or will help us get into the top 4. I doubt you will see many fans shed a tear should we see the likes of - Kaboul, Chicires, Fazio, Rose, Davies, Dembele, Stambouli, Lennon, Adebayor, Soldado, Lamela, Vorm or Capoue were to leave....that is over half the squad!!!

    The Premier league is the worst it has been in many year. there are no top teams, and minimal world class players. when we look back at some of the players that have graced our league (Cantona, Henry, Klinsmann, Sheringham, Ginola, Suarez, Viera, Pires, Petit, Alonso, Drogba (part 1), Ledley, Bale etc etc...) who is there now? Agureo and Hazard for sure... Costa? Sanchez? maybe...but they've not even done a season. Rooney possibly..but he's never done it really at the biggest stage.... Given that it's the richest league by miles, its a poor show I think. Has to be better next year, and as a Spurs fan, I want to see my team improve a lot because right now the 'top 5 sides' are there for the taking. I don't mind if we don't buy star players, but i do want to see our team improve as a team. We have no pace in the side, and our defence is abysmal...that has to change. So on a 1-10 basis.... I would give them 3/10. All of those 3 go to Harry Kane.... i genuinely believe that if i was managing spurs, that I could get them to finish no lower than 6th..which is most likely where we will finish.


    And as for lampard and gerrard - i can see why some might think its a tough one. However, for me personally there is no doubt at all. I would go Lampard every single time. I will agree that on top form, Gerard could grab a game by the scruff of its neck and rally his team home... he was brilliant at that, and Im not sure Lampard really did that too often. I would also agree that Gerrard is a more rounded player in that he can play deeper or higher up the field. However he is nowhere near as consistent as Lampard.... Big Fat Frank would bang in 20 goals a season every season. Lampard is Chelsea's all time top scorer (not bad for a midfielder) Lampard rarely got injured...whereas Gerrard was injury prone. Lampard shone as the best player in a side that won almost everything, and spent shed loads on top players. Gerarrd played with players like Igor Biscan, Djimi Traore, Bruno Cheyrou, Anthony Le Tallec, Florent ~Sinama Pongolle and Ryan Babel... to name but a few Posted 20th May 2015 - by Richard R (Spurs)

    RE: SO HOW WAS YOUR SEASON THEN??? Throwing away our chance to come second this year has been frustrating. We simply don't have a Plan B to break down teams who come to defend, as has been proved in the last two home games against Swansea and Sunderland.

    However if we do end up finishing 3rd and winning the FA Cup, after the shaky start we had, I'd give our season an 8 out of 10.

    To me, coming 3rd is essentially winning the league anyway, as its almost impossible to compete against the cheating money clubs Chelsea and Man City who have simply bought their positions! Both clubs were mid-table teams at best before the money was given to them!!

    Certainly think we need to continue strengthening the team a decent keeper, strong physical holding mid-fielder, and an out and out striker should do it. Posted 21st May 2015 - by Richard S (The 'Mighty' Arsenal)

     

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    1 Simon Lockett (T) 8 correct 100 250
    2 Steve Guard (T) 7 correct 50 250
    3 Tristan Tipper (T) 7 correct 150 250
    4 Gema Edwards (T) 7 correct 100 250
    4 Ray " The Scoop" Meaney (T) 7 correct 100 250
    6 George Garner (T) 9 correct 100 240
    7 Jon Freeman (T) 8 correct 100 230
    8 Philip Guard (T) 6 correct 150 230
    9 Martin Schlotterbeck (T) 7 correct 100 220
    10 David Paul (T) 7 correct 100 210
    11 Neil Povey (T) 6 correct 100 210
    12 Peter Tustin 6 correct 50 200
    13 Sam Collins (T) 7 correct 100 190
    14 Daniel Theobald (T) 6 correct 100 190
    15 Leif Johanson (T) 7 correct 100 180
    16 Joe Pearce (T) 6 correct 150 180
    17 Murray Smith (T) 6 correct 100 180
    18 Jonathan Shawyer (T) 7 correct 100 170
    19 Molly Arnesen (T) 6 correct 100 160
    20 Paul Monger (T) 5 correct 100 160
    21 Paul Tucker (T) 6 correct 100 150
    22 Simon Gnasher Ives (T) 7 correct 0 140
    23 David Michaels (T) 5 correct 100 140
    23 Finn Rowden (T) 5 correct 100 140
    25 Matthew Heron 7 correct 100 130
    26 Simon Judge (T) 5 correct 100 130
    27 Pav From The Brewers (T) 6 correct 50 120
    27 Sarah Beckwith (T) 6 correct 50 120
    29 Kieran Ball (T) 5 correct 50 120
    29 Steve The Judge (T) 5 correct 50 120
    31 Denis O'Donoghue (T) 5 correct 100 120
    32 Rhea Jones (T) 6 correct 50 100
    33 Matt Hanning (T) 6 correct 100 100
    33 Tom Philips (T) 6 correct 100 100
    35 Darren White (T) 5 correct 50 90
    35 Paul Linky (T) 5 correct 50 90
    37 Graham Saunders (T) 4 correct 100 90
    38 Neil " Razor" Ruddock (T) 5 correct 50 80
    39 Christopher Stangroom (T) 4 correct 100 80
    39 Dave Mead (T) 4 correct 100 80
    41 Mark Preston (T) 6 correct 0 70
    42 Richard Rowe (T) 5 correct 50 70
    42 Simon McLaughlin (T) 5 correct 50 70
    44 Robert Booth (T) 5 correct 100 70
    45 Derrick Beckwith (T) 6 correct 0 60
    46 Mark Johnson 5 correct 100 60
    47 Oli Hepworth-Bell 4 correct 50 60
    48 Rob Mitchell (T) 4 correct 100 50
    49 Joanne Horgan 6 correct 0 40
    50 Paul Gibb (T) 4 correct 100 40
    51 Charlie Mead (T) 4 correct 50 30
    52 Gary Anderson 4 correct 100 30
    53 Alexander Thoupos (T) 3 correct 100 30
    54 Helen Geall (T) 4 correct 50 20
    54 Kevin Green (T) 4 correct 50 20
    56 Darren Craggs (T) 3 correct 100 20
    57 Alan Tucker (T) 5 correct 0 10
    57 James Luton (T) 5 correct 0 10
    59 Ben Jones (T) 4 correct 50 10
    59 Benn Crate (T) 4 correct 50 10
    59 Eddie Donkor (T) 4 correct 50 10
    62 Richard Blackman 6 correct 0 0
    63 Daniel Kerr 5 correct 50 -10
    64 Peter Clark (T) 4 correct 50 -10
    65 Greta Saunders (T) 3 correct 50 -10
    65 Kim Ball (T) 3 correct 50 -10
    65 Richard Stangroom (T) 3 correct 50 -10
    65 Tara Stamp (T) 3 correct 50 -10
    69 Kieran Barnaby (T) 4 correct 50 -20
    70 Sebastian Rosberg (T) 4 correct 100 -20
    71 Alan Williams (T) 5 correct 0 -30
    72 David Boyce (T) 4 correct 100 -30
    72 Rob Earles (T) 4 correct 100 -30
    74 David Goodey (T) 4 correct 0 -30
    75 Jason Elliott (T) 3 correct 50 -30
    75 Mike D"Arth (T) 3 correct 50 -30
    77 Andy Heath 5 correct 100 -40
    78 Alan " Tank " Slade (T) 5 correct 0 -40
    79 Steven Beckwith (T) 4 correct 50 -40
    80 Mark Osborne (T) 4 correct 0 -40
    81 Paul Gillett 5 correct 0 -50
    82 Rajan Rajania (T) 4 correct 0 -50
    83 Joe Green (T) 3 correct 50 -50
    84 Christian Cox (T) 3 correct 50 -60
    84 Kate And Jess The Millstream Barmaids (T) 3 correct 50 -60
    84 Paul Rowbotham (T) 3 correct 50 -60
    87 Big Bob Reynolds (T) 3 correct 50 -70
    87 Max Arnesen (T) 3 correct 50 -70
    89 Phil Davies (T) 2 correct 50 -70
    90 Richard De Cordova 4 correct 50 -80
    91 Finn Arnesen (T) 2 correct 100 -80
    92 Mark Pesci (T) 4 correct 50 -90
    93 Benjamin Noot 3 correct 50 -90
    94 James Beckwith (T) 3 correct 0 -90
    95 James Shaeena (T) 2 correct 50 -90
    95 Peter Joe Clarke (T) 2 correct 50 -90
    97 Tim Hayden (T) 2 correct 100 -90
    98 Neil Phillips (T) 3 correct 50 -100
    98 Tom Spacey (T) 3 correct 50 -100
    100 Karen Lockett (T) 3 correct 0 -100
    101 Antony Pinheiro (T) 2 correct 50 -100
    101 Kevin Brooks (T) 2 correct 50 -100
    103 George Hayden (T) 2 correct 100 -100
    103 Richard Beckwith (T) 2 correct 100 -100
    105 Rene Christiansen (T) 3 correct 50 -110
    106 Daniel Cohen (T) 3 correct 0 -110
    106 Gary Ball (T) 3 correct 0 -110
    106 Gavin North (T) 3 correct 0 -110
    109 Alistair Crump (T) 2 correct 50 -110
    110 Robot McLaughlin (T) 1 correct 50 -110
    111 Manzar Ahmed (T) 4 correct 50 -120
    112 Laine Pearse 3 correct 50 -120
    113 Oliver Anderson (T) 3 correct 0 -120
    114 Bradley Hart (T) 2 correct 50 -120
    115 Alex Bartlett 3 correct 0 -130
    116 Marcus Ball (T) 4 correct 0 -140
    116 Tony Roberts (T) 4 correct 0 -140
    118 Tedd Lancaster (T) 3 correct 50 -140
    119 Chris Allen (T) 2 correct 50 -140
    119 Phil Spears (T) 2 correct 50 -140
    119 Samantha Hornsby (T) 2 correct 50 -140
    122 Gareth Handa (T) 2 correct 50 -150
    123 Greg Stevens 3 correct 50 -160
    124 Alexander Heroys (T) 2 correct 50 -160
    124 Sam Clarke (T) 2 correct 50 -160
    126 Mason Gascoigne (T) 1 correct 100 -160
    127 David Redpath (T) 3 correct 0 -170
    128 Diane Arnesen (T) 1 correct 50 -170
    129 Paul Sapsford (T) 4 correct 0 -180
    130 Matt Shipton 3 correct 50 -190
    131 Steve Garner (T) 3 correct 0 -190
    132 Lee Hanning (T) 3 correct 0 -200
    133 Tobias Nangia Edwards (T) 2 correct 0 -200
    134 Dave Charlton (T) 0 correct 50 -210
    135 Andrew Smith (T) 3 correct 0 -220
    136 John Greenan (T) 2 correct 0 -220
    137 Alex Rolfe 2 correct 0 -240
    137 Dan Holmes 2 correct 0 -240
    139 Samuel Ball (T) 1 correct 50 -240
    140 Steve Parcell (T) 2 correct 0 -250
    140 Vinny Hughes 2 correct 0 -250
    142 Dean Pearce 2 correct 50 -260
    142 Mick Freegard 2 correct 50 -260
    144 David Melisi 2 correct 0 -280
    145 Nicky Clarke (T) 1 correct 50 -310
    146 Philip Holland (T) 2 correct 0 -320
    147 Lucie Ball (T) 1 correct 0 -320
    147 Simon Needham 1 correct 0 -320
    149 Andy Powis (T) 0 correct 0 -320
    150 James Speight 0 correct 0 -405
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    1 Keystone Kenton Kops Steve Guard (250)
    Philip Guard (230)
    Dave Mead (80)
    Charlie Mead (30)
    148
    2 Norfolk & Chance Tristan Tipper (250)
    Leif Johanson (180)
    Paul Gibb (40)
    Samantha Hornsby (-140)
    83
    3 TEAM GG ( GNASHER'S GONE) Jon Freeman (230)
    Paul Monger (160)
    Helen Geall (20)
    Richard Beckwith (-100)
    78
    4 Povey's Predictors Neil Povey (210)
    Rhea Jones (100)
    Alexander Thoupos (30)
    Rob Earles (-30)
    78
    5 The Group of De'ath Murray Smith (180)
    Jonathan Shawyer (170)
    Alan Williams (-30)
    Mike D"Arth (-30)
    73
    6 The Millstream Marauders Simon Lockett (250)
    Robert Booth (70)
    Mark Johnson (60)
    Karen Lockett (-100)
    70
    7 The Judge's Jury Steve The Judge (120)
    Darren White (90)
    Simon McLaughlin (70)
    Robot McLaughlin (-110)
    43
    8 Razor's Left Sock David Michaels (140)
    Matt Hanning (100)
    Neil " Razor" Ruddock (80)
    Lee Hanning (-200)
    30
    9 So Your Oates Sam Collins (190)
    Denis O'Donoghue (120)
    Mark Pesci (-90)
    Mason Gascoigne (-160)
    15
    10 Becks Vier Sarah Beckwith (120)
    Derrick Beckwith (60)
    Steven Beckwith (-40)
    James Beckwith (-90)
    13
    11 The Barbershop Quartet Simon Judge (130)
    Darren Craggs (20)
    Paul Rowbotham (-60)
    Phil Davies (-70)
    5
    12 IFK Nangia Gema Edwards (250)
    Sebastian Rosberg (-20)
    Rajan Rajania (-50)
    Tobias Nangia Edwards (-200)
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    13 Gary & Son's Kieran Ball (120)
    Gary Anderson (30)
    Gary Ball (-110)
    Oliver Anderson (-120)
    -20
    14 The Scrotums Christopher Stangroom (80)
    Richard Stangroom (-10)
    Christian Cox (-60)
    Kevin Brooks (-100)
    -23
    15 Advanced Web Designs Ltd Oli Hepworth-Bell (60)
    Ben Jones (10)
    Antony Pinheiro (-100)
    Gareth Handa (-150)
    -45
    16 The Debutants Paul Tucker (150)
    Alan Tucker (10)
    Alistair Crump (-110)
    Vinny Hughes (-250)
    -50
    17 Brewers Troupe Pav From The Brewers (120)
    Big Bob Reynolds (-70)
    Peter Joe Clarke (-90)
    Sam Clarke (-160)
    -50
    18 The Blue And Gold Rob Mitchell (50)
    Benn Crate (10)
    Kieran Barnaby (-20)
    Alex Rolfe (-240)
    -50
    19 Anti-Arse FC Finn Rowden (140)
    Jason Elliott (-30)
    Neil Phillips (-100)
    John Greenan (-220)
    -53
    20 Haydens Hasbeens Eddie Donkor (10)
    Tim Hayden (-90)
    George Hayden (-100)
    Alexander Heroys (-160)
    -85
    21 Rainbow United Kevin Green (20)
    Joe Green (-50)
    Laine Pearse (-120)
    Dave Charlton (-210)
    -90
    22 Karkee's Army Peter Clark (-10)
    Kate And Jess The Millstream Barmaids (-60)
    Daniel Cohen (-110)
    Nicky Clarke (-310)
    -123
    23 The Quiet Quartet Tom Philips (100)
    David Redpath (-170)
    Matt Shipton (-190)
    James Speight (-405)
    -166
    24 We Balls Wobble Kim Ball (-10)
    Marcus Ball (-140)
    Samuel Ball (-240)
    Lucie Ball (-320)
    -178
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