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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

HTL #4 Results hosted By BERG


I've attached the league result as per the revised HTL #4 scores. Not much changes in the top 3 positions across the classes, but watch out for the throwaway rounds still to come as this will cause a swing towards the highest scorers that have not competed consistently specifically those lurking around with 1000's. Paul (Stork) Carnell still leads the league at this non-throwaway stage, with Dion & Piet following close behind. Some shuffling occurs thereafter, with the top 10 ranked Open all still in with a reasonable chance.

RES100 sees (Prepatation) Piet extend his already dominant lead after HTL #4 one more good score (over 800) & he should be able to take an unassailable lead. Rudi is lying second with his built up 2m class, and is probably looking to cross over to Open in the 2007 season. Third is Craig (Woof) Barker with another consistent score. Second place is still wide open to positions 2 through 4, but remember that "it isn 't over till the fat lady has sung".

In 2M it is still anyone's game. Rudi is narrowly in the lead, but Evan must be wondering why he elected to fly Open class with the awesome BERG conditions in HTL #4. Woof is breathing down Evan's neck & the top 3 positions all still have a reasonable chance to grab the trophy.

The club rankings are one of the closest in years although MMS is ahead, ETB have an excellent opportunity of hauling in the 90 point difference. Remember that there are no throwaway's for club results all events count!

And now for the predictions ala Uncle Dave style. Playing with some of the what if's & using the trends established so far, I think that Craig G. will take the league, Michelle second & if Dion maintains form, he is likely to pip Paul for third. Res100 is probably not going to see any changes to the currently ranked positions for Prepatation, Rudi, & Woof. 2M might see Evan just edge out Rudi, but then he will need a good scoring 2M event to achieve this.



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