Monday, 17 February 2014

Inland North Minileague January 2014

A great start in what promises to be a hugely competitive minileague this year with some famous names and avid patchers joining staunch competitors from last year. Darren Starkey's twin-pronged assault on the league table leaves his West Yorkshire twins of Fairburn and St Aiden's in first and second respectively. Another newbie, Bill Aspin, brings his beloved Brockholes to the party with third place and 89 points. Last years winner, Jonathan Holliday is in fifth at Pugneys whilst Andy Bunting at Martin Mere has managed a commendable 1333 Birdtrack records this month. There were plenty of two pointers including Tom Lowe's Lesser Spotted Woodpecker in Goole and plenty of scarce gulls but best of the month is probably Mr Holliday's Caspian Gull.

Some solid starts amongst last years leaders with Phil Woolen in first at Backford Cross on 57.8%. Peter Williams at Laycock is in second with 52.2% whilst Jonny Holliday edges out Mark Reeder to complete the top 3.

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