2012 FCL Week 07

Bollocks. Frankly. It stopped raining Friday night, but the drying, windy, sunny weather on Saturday wasn't enough to stop all scheduled games being wetted off this weekend; at least, for the first time this season 33 different players got to score points.

On Saturday Rich Grove, Ben Preece, Dave Toole, Evan Gibbons, Ian Higgins, Kahlu Kumara, Tim Taylor, Gretch Eller, Old Ned, Rich Garner & Rob Tinkler each scored 10 points. There were no outstanding performances & no significant changes to any leaderboards based on these scores.

On Sunday, for the 1s, Justin Avery, Neil Boulton, Mark Wilkinson, Duncan Brewood, Matt Caven, Rob Taylor, Andy Chester, Zabiulla, Omar Miakhail, Dean Carter & Jeff Otterbeck each scored 10 points. There were no outstanding performances & no significant changes to any leaderboards based on these scores. Most significantly, there was no chance to assess Zabiulla before the opening of the transfer window.

For the 2s, Bernet Cochrane, Nelly Musgrave, Daeve Cullum, Simon Strange, Reg Shaw, Jonse Leach, Alex Hooper, James Mackie, Matt Noodles, James Tinkler & Wayne Kelly each scored 10 points. There were no outstanding performances & no significant changes to any leaderboards based on these scores.

MVP (Most Valuable Player):

This Week:

Cancelled due to wetness

Overall:

1st: Kahlu Kumara 340 points

2nd: Tim Taylor 335 points

3rd: Rob Taylor 310 points

Precious Alan's Moist Team of the Week:

Cancelled due to wetness

Newly eligible for the shame awards, Simon Strange returns from finger injury, Bernie from the caribbean & Zabiulla all get to feature in their second wet off & lead the way for the Hansie Cronje Award, until such a time as we decide to change the eligibility criteria.

Trophy Tracker:

League Standings:

1st: Himalayan Monkshoods 2672 points

2nd: Netball Berds 2627 points

3rd: Bat Shit Mental 2623 points

Over all 70 teams, the scores ranged from 60 (Bristol Cowboys & Vewwy Good Cwicket) to the maximum available 120 (Smashed It CC & Jonse's Giants). No changes worth mentioning; everything's pretty much as it was. Team of the week is wetted off, obviously.