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    Aston Villa v Liverpool
    Bolton v Man City
    Everton v Chelsea - Draw
    Fulham v Arsenal
    Man Utd v Blackpool
    Newcastle v West Brom
    Stoke v Wigan
    Tottenham v Birmingham
    West Ham v Sunderland - Draw
    Wolverhampton v Blackburn

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    Final Update

    The last day of the season provided its usual share of shocks, thrills and spills, meaning it was tough tipping out there for everyone. 4s and 3s were the orders of the day, except for ripper who showed us all the way with a 5 for a sixth weekly bonus.

    Weekly

    ripper 5
    marc 4
    Ausage 4
    HDS 4
    GF 4
    bi 4
    Somerset 4
    altoz 4
    fatt 4
    chalky 4
    Noble One 4
    Brumby 4
    Cevno 3
    GIMH 3
    Vimes 3
    Marcuss 3
    fertang 3
    Halsey 3


    So here we are, after 38 games spread over 36 weeks it's finally all over.

    No last round shocks here, chalky's 4 is enough to hang onto his lead and take the crown back to the north east. However it did take Albion equalising in the 90th minute against his fellow northern-easterners Newcastle after being 3-0 down to give him the 4th point that snatched the title from fatt, who can console himself with a silver. Your humble scorer rounds out the medals in third. Sam, fred and tozz make up the top six.

    At the foot Ausage can't lift himself from the basement as his rivals match his 4. A 3 from Cevno tho lifts HDS to the vertigo-inducing heights of fifteenth!

    The Final Standings

    1) chalky 179.05
    2) fatt 178.06
    3) Brumby 177.05
    4) Vimes 176.04
    5) fertang 174.04
    6) altoz 174.02
    7) bi 173.02
    8) GIMH 170.02
    9) ripper 165.06
    10) Marcuss 165.02
    11) Noble One 163.03
    12) marc 158.02
    13) GF 155.01
    14) Halsey 152
    15) HDS 149.03
    =16) Cevno 149.02
    =16) Somerset 149.02
    18) Ausage 149.01


    Congrats to chalky then and thanks to all who took part, especially all of you who stuck with it to the very end.

    Hope to see you back next season.
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    "Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
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    A bit like when Charlton were in the Prem, rocking start, woeful finish

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    Avoided the Wooden Spoon by 0.01

    The battle at the bottom here too was as close as the premiership. LOL.


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    Mid table finish. Made worse because I believe I tipped in every round.

    Thanks BB for a well run season. Congrats to Chalky for winning.

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    Woo! Out of the relegation zone on "goal difference". Commiserations to the relegated trio. Particularly happy that I didn't just copy other guys picks to ensure that finish. Close run thing though. Well run, as always, Brumbers.
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    Like i said earlier, this comp should be decided by he who has the most round wins ...that doesn't follow others tips when they don't post...

    Cheers Brumbles, stirling effort as always.
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    I guess my consolation prize is the knowledge that my tipping career couldnt possibly get any worse. My NRL tipping is even worse if believable.

    Massive thanks to Brumby for an impeccably run comp as always.
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    Last year's table

    Considerably higher scores.

    The aggregate table (which, I'll confess, I just did because I knew who'd be top)


    1) Vimes 382.14
    2) bi 381.05
    3) Brumby 378.07
    4) fertang 373.09
    5) fatt 361.08
    6) altoz 359.05
    7) ripper 357.10
    8) Marcuss 356.05
    9) GIMH 351.06
    10) Ausage 339.08
    Messi scores on the rebound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Last year's table

    Considerably higher scores.

    The aggregate table (which, I'll confess, I just did because I knew who'd be top)


    1) Vimes 382.14
    2) bi 381.05
    3) Brumby 378.07
    4) fertang 373.09
    5) fatt 361.08
    6) altoz 359.05
    7) ripper 357.10
    8) Marcuss 356.05
    9) GIMH 351.06
    10) Ausage 339.08
    Jesus. Hadn't realised there was such a huge difference. Clapo, who was last in 2010, would've been 2nd with his score this year (179.01).

    I guess the "big four" coming back to (and, in a couple of cases being swallowed up by) the pack has made for fewer bankers.

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    Congratulations ,to Chaulky for winning it.

    And thanks to Brumby for running it.Great Job!!

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    Draws did me in.... think i did not predict a single draw and there was 15 more this time
    Match statistics 2010/11 Matches played 380 Home wins 179 (47.11%)
    Away wins 90 (23.68%)
    Draws 111 (29.21%)

    Match statistics 2009/10
    Matches played 380
    Home wins 193 (50.79%)
    Away wins 91 (23.95%)
    Draws 96 (25.26%)

    Chaulky can come and collect the trophy this weekend

    And thanks to Brumby for running it.wonderful Job!!
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    Thanks Brumby, great season.

    See you in August

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    Close run thing but very pleased to avoid the wooden spoon by 0.01 of a point! Hoping for a more successful year next season.

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    Whoo Hoo a CW double for me the div 3 league for Hartlepool & the prediction league for me Monkey Hangers rule

    Haven't been always able to get on line recently for various reasons but made sure i got my predictions in even if meant posting from work or a mates house - a bit sad really.

    Cheers for all the work Brumby much appreciated hopefully I will be able to post more & get a bit more involved before next season starts.

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