Webb Cup (Game Week 35)

Famous Webb Cup weekend away picture making the Daily Mail.

Hello and welcome to GameWeek 35 in the Webb Cup sponsored by Avid Attire, now only 3 more GameWeeks after today and it will be the closest finish for years. The season draws to a close on the weekend of the 7/8th May when we will eventually have our Webb Cup champion for 2015/16.

This Weekend seen Aston Villa get relegated for the first time in Premier League History. Northampton Town get promoted from League 2 and Cheltenham Town being crowned champions of the Vanarama Conference.

Also in the Premier League, Leicester City looked to have gained a crucial point at the hands of West Ham United and the Kingpower stadium, Ulloa with the last minute penalty that was very debatable, but i of all people am not complaining. John Moss will get a birthday card from the CEO. It means they are now 8 points clear of Tottenham in second place, and they visit Stoke City in a Monday night cracker needing a win or the title will surely be Leicester’s.

Midweek we had re-arranged postponement fixtures between Notts County v Hartlepool & Dumbarton v Queen of the South with both home teams prevailing. If any competitor correctly predicted the outcome of these fixtures, the points will be added to their total scores.

Lowest scorers for Gameweek 35 are Jordan Rees, Scott Seville, James Bache, Campbell Nugent, Matt Folley, Kevin Middlecote, Chris Meecham, Stuart Carrol, Colin Harvey. All of these competitors failed to predict and therefore gained 0 points.

Also we have Tom Colling, Tom gained 0 points and did predict, shambolic performance by Tom but at least he tried.

Highest scorer for GameWeek 35 goes to Nick Jones of Division 1. Nick scored an impressive 7 points this weekend and cuts the gap between the chasing (leading) pack to just two points, with 3 weeks remaining.

Division 1 leaders as of GameWeek 35 with 3 weeks remaining and £400 to the winner plus £100 voucher for Avid Attire are Martin Colley, Jack Twyman & Mike Anderson. All are on 185 points, two points ahead of Nick Jones on 183

Division 2 sponsored by Lacejam is being led by Alex Mexes, on 181 points, and one ahead of Matt Bullen. The winner getting £90 and runner up £20.

Division 3 sponsored by Whitson Barber sees Richard Green take charge for the first time since lockdown. Winner of this division will receive a years worth of free haircuts.

Division 4 sponsored by Burtley & Baines is currently being led by Will Matthews, and he is currently strolling towards a new watch with a 7 point advantage over his rivals.

Division 5 sponsored by Polash Indian Cuisine sees Chris Freeman lead the way for the first time since lockdown. If he edges his way towards victory he will win a three course meal at the Polash for two people and £10 off their drinks tab.

Division 6 sponsored by Anderson Roberts Ltd, has Jordan Burt flying the flag. If he wins the division he will receive £60

Division 7 sponsored by iWant Media is very close with Jamie Reid extending his lead. over Callum Oxley. The winner of this division will receive 35% off a new website, 1 year free hosting and £30 prize fee.

Division 8 sponsored by Foxmoor Security has Thomas Mayo leading the way, and he has done since lockdown. The winner of the division will receive £50.

Division 9 sponsored by Interior Needs sees a new leader in Paul Mcavoy, he capitalises on Campbell Nugent’s forgetfulness and begins his charge to the £40 jackpot.

And lastly Division 10, sponsored by Webb Promotions, winner getting a “Lad Hamper” courtesy of the Webb Brothers. Josh Halford is currently cruising his way to victory on and it would be very surprising if he was to lose his lead now.

Thankyou for reading, 3 weeks remain, good luck to you all, goodnight, god bless and peace to ya mother.
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