September Prediction League

Guess the correct results, scores and attendances for Rovers!

Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:43 pm

Thanks again Greeners Jnr.....I will award Greenjohn 3 points for a home win
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Greeners Jnr » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:45 pm

Pitchfork wrote:Thanks again Greeners Jnr.....I will award Greenjohn 3 points for a home win


So official table so far


1st Foggy 18pts

=2nd Stroudgreen, Onlineracingclub & Sledge 14pts each

5th Greeners Jnr 13pts

6th Tommo 12pts

7th Simba 11pts

=8th Sandy, Too occassional Fan & BettyS 9pts each

=11th Greeners & Urban Spaceman 8pts each

13th Greenjohn 7 pts

=14th Pitchfork, Coyler, SeatC32, GFA, Chrisgump, Titch, Whittyfgr & Redunited 6pts each

=22nd SilverSurfer, Fartvvs, Freddy, Stanman, Linfield Rovers, Stewjacksam, Stroudfan, Supersi7 & Smertens07929 4pts each

=31st Sparky & Timb 3pts each


Just so you know in advance Pitchfork, I won't be able to do it at next away game, at Alfreton, as I'll be there, with my Dad. Unfortunately the boys won't be as they've got a birthday party same day. Charlie asked if the game could be moved to the Sunday, but didn't really understand why it couldn't, but then said he'll just wait for the next northern game.
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:09 pm

I will be back calculating for the Tamworth and Gateshead games Greeners Junr. Alfreton may have to wait until the Sunday unless we get another volunteer.

This month's league is nearing its conclusion but with two home matches remaining, there are lots in the running for prizes. The majority see us maintaining our home form and winning, 2-0 the most common prediction. Two go for draws and Sandy for a 2-4 defeat. Redunited is unusually buoyant at 4-2 and four others reckon we'll score four!

I suspect recent results on the road, Swindon v Chelsea on the box and a likely poor away following from Tamworth may pull numbers down below the thousand. That will suit League Leader Foggy at 999, but hopefully we will not drop as low as TOF's 789. Those that were at the Halifax game will surely return so the bulge of predictions just over the thousand may bring home the points.
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby GreenJohn1 » Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:35 am

Thanks Pitchfork - very understanding.
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Tue Sep 24, 2013 10:04 pm

Tommo's September

after FGR 1 Tamworth 2 Crowd 829

19

Foggy

14



Too Occasional Fan
greeners Jun
stroud green
online
sledge


13
tommo

12
sandy - correct result!
simba
greenjohn
11
whitty
9
bettys
8
greeners
urban spaceman
7
freddy
redunited
chrisgump
coyler
titch
6
seatc32
pitchfork
GFA
5
stroud fan
stanman
silver surfer
linfield
supersi7
4
sparky
timb
F.A.
stewjacksam ( I have £10 for you!!)
smartens

Please check your crowd points - I know the score points are correct!!
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Fri Sep 27, 2013 2:21 pm

Looking good for foggy - all bar four, Sandy predicting another defeat and 3 going for the draw, everyone's forecasting an overdue win at home to Gateshead.

The crowd is more unpredictable with numbers possibly down after recent performances but the ambassadors promising to bring in a few hundred new fans. Again Foggy shouldn't be far out with his 1250
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby smertens07929 » Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:12 am

Hi Phil

Tues 24th you have put Smartens's September. I think it should be Tommo, I'm October?

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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:32 am

Thanks Sadie, I was not thinking straight after the game!!
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby Pitchfork » Sat Sep 28, 2013 6:17 pm

September sponsored by Tommo

after FGR 1 Gateshead 0 Crowd 1149

23
Champion

FOGGY


Runners Up
22
Stroud Green
onlineracing club


20
Too Occasional Fan
Simba

18
greeners junior
sledge

17
sandy

15
chrisgump
greenjohn

14
tommo
whitty
greeners
sparky
13
bettys
titch
freddy
12
urban spaceman
smartens
11
redunited
coyler
stroud fan
stanman
silver surfer
10
seat c32
pitchfork
GFA
fartvvs
stewjacksam
9
linfield
Timb
6
supersi7

Check your points guys
One less in the stadium and Stroud Green would have won it!!
October now open - get those predictions in
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Re: September Prediction League

Postby stroud green » Sat Sep 28, 2013 6:23 pm

I bloody told andyp not to come.
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