SEONI MERIT AWARDS - 2nd round

Division One

 

 

 

P

W

% Win

1

Kevin Bird

Westfield A

33

32

96.97%

2

Ian Bird

Higham Harriers A

33

31

93.94%

3

Grant Timms

St John A

24

20

83.33%

4

Abin Islam

Wdha Royals A

33

25

75.76%

5

Mike Terry

St John B

27

19

70.37%

6

Tony Wharton

Wanderers A

30

21

70.00%

7

Chris Warliker

Thrapston

36

22

61.11%

8

Patryk Polanski

Westfield A

33

20

60.61%

9=

Valdy Papiernik

Chesterwell A

33

19

57.58%

9=

Mike Pond

Chesterwell A

33

19

57.58%

Division Two

 

 

 

P

W

% Win

1

Ian Baldock

Stanwick VHTTC

39

37

94.87%

2

Stewart Williams

Wanderers B

33

30

90.91%

3

Luke Hughes

Chesterwell B

36

32

88.89%

4

Paul Goodman

Wanderers B

33

29

87.88%

5

Daniel Mann

Chesterwell C

42

33

78.57%

6

Robert Hickson

Wanderers B

36

28

77.78%

7

Mick Ball

Old Grammarians A

39

28

71.79%

8

Dev Patel

Wdha Superkings B

33

23

69.70%

9

Geoff Neville

Stanwick VH TTC

39

27

69.23%

10

Martyn Reeves

Old Grammarians A

39

26

66.67%

Division Three

 

 

 

P

W

% Win

1

Amrat Mistry

Westfield D

39

34

87.18%

2

Roger Ellingham

Wanderers D

42

36

85.71%

3

Graham Babbage

Wanderers D

42

31

73.81%

4

Michael Howorth

Wanderers D

39

27

69.23%

5=

David May

Wanderers E

39

24

61.54%

5=

Derek Shears

Wanderers E

39

24

61.54%

7

Stuart Holroyd

Westfield D

36

22

61.11%

8

Oliver Hicks

Higham Harriers C

39

23

58.97%

9

Devlin Whitmore

Higham Band B

30

17

56.67%

10

Katie Hicks

Higham Harriers C

39

22

56.41%

 

With only a few more weeks to play in the 2017-18 season, the next round of the Seoni Merit Awards, sponsored by Seoni Clothing of Wellingborough, sees little change with the majority of players maintaining their positions and only a few moving into and out of the tables. Having entered week 15 scores, the tables show, no-one having played 75% of their teams matches has maintained a 100% record, but topping the averages is Kevin Bird of Westfield A, in Division 1, on 96.97% having suffered only one defeat, hot on his tail is Ian Bird of Higham Harriers A with only two defeats.

The tables have been reversed at the top of Division 2,  however, with Ian Baldock overtaking Stewart Williams with only 2 and 3 defeats respectively and Division 3’s current leader Amrat Mistry of Westfield D has Roger Ellingham of Wanderers D close on his heels and it will be interesting to see haw the last few weeks pan out.

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