ANALYSIS CUP SHOCKS IN ROUND 1 - Week 9

So round one threw up a few shocks and some risky moves, some paid off some didn't.
The highlights were, James Holland's Rep Of Ireland pick at 1p. But it paid off and took him through as his opponent didn't win. Ayako Ono staged a giant killing going through by 3p their opponent winning with 80p but Ono takes 83p. Other giant killings were Glen McPherson who knocked out Pele league Steph Cook, Glen picking a great 2.40 win. Tom Kerr also knocked out Pele opposition in David Lloyd.

Anyone who didn't pick took a minus 1.00 hit as per the normal game rules. This threw up 3 odd positions. Owen Williams didn't pick but still progressed as his overall total was higher. And Matty Roworth progresses despite not picking this week, because his opponent David Rosser, although he picked, he lost and their overall totals mean Matty goes through. As does Matthew Gibbons.
Hopefully this next round will see everyone picking.

The Round Two draw is as follows:

IAN MENZIES        V     ZACH
CHRIS HINCH        V   CHRIS BLACKLEY
LEE DENSON          V   NIGEL HOWLETT
AYAKO ONO           V    CRAIG LOWE
PAUL BRICKELL    V    MATTHEW GIBBONS
ANDY EWART          V    MATTY ROWORTH
DARRYN COOK       V   DIDIER SEGOVIA
DONG ZHENG          V    JAMES HOLLAND
JONATHAN DUNK   V  MARTIN YOUNG
TOM KERR                V  ALAN BLACKLEY
NICK LINES              V    DUNCAN
DANIEL COOK          V   OWEN WILLIAMS
ROBERT KEAN         V    JIM MCLEAN
PAUL SHAKESPEARE V  GLEN MCPHERSON
ROBERT PATON         V   SOHAIL VIRDI
MONO GUERILLO     V    PATRICIA

The second round throws up some interesting ties with two of last weeks big hitters Paul Shakespeare and Glen McPherson playing each other. An all Pele affair between leader Darryn Cook and Didier Segovia also looks tasty.

 

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