0 Pitchcare/BSH Fantasy Football League - Update

Fantasy Football LeagueWelcome to the first League report of the season. Being no Doctor of Journalism I'll try and stick to Dan's remit of 250 words...excellent, that's 26 already.

The Premiership has been a goal fest this season, teams based on a tight defence are dropping faster than Eduardo while kamikaze selections have risen high enough to plant a kiss on Peter Crouch's forehead, then dance the celebratory "robot".

Top spot at the time of writing is held by Radley Flyers, managed by Adam King, especially remarkable considering he has not made a transfer ALL SEASON! Like the rest of you Tinkermen out there, I just can't leave it alone - and then there's all those transfers! Top Tip: If any of your players appear in Kiss-my-Grass team, they are doomed as all Matt's Stevens' selections invariably get injured. Breathing down Adam's neck (fortunately for Adam that's just a metaphor) is John Rogers of Filton Golf club. Rather imaginatively he has called his team Champions 09/10...cracking.

"What's in a name?" I hear you ask. We have the poetical "Inkers Stinkers"; the topical "Swine Flu F.C."; the clever play on words "Cupidstunts"; then you have the blatant advertising "AberRoyal BTB"...what a wonderful grass.

Most impressive return of the last week goes to 5th placed James Rowles of Long Ashton Golf Club - it seemed a strange decision make Robbie Keane captain, but on the basis of Keane's 4 goal haul last weekend maybe we should ask James for next week's lotto numbers! A little further down in 8th spot we have top Pitchcare performer 'Disco' Dan Hughes. Your Chairman is the top BSH performer in 10th, totally unconcerned by the team flying artificially high in 11th place.

With Prize money paid down to 10th, and only 40 points separating 10th and 50th. It is worth mentioning that at least 50 of you are within touching distance of the money. In fact, everybody north of Simon Taylor is still in with a shout.

Keep Tinkering
Joe "Chairman" Hendy

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