Sunday, 13 April 2014

Inland North

 Darren Starkey retains his monopoly on the top steps of the podium but this month Fairburn supplants St Aidan's for an RSPB 1-2. Bill Aspin has forced his way back into the reckoning moving up two places to third with Andy Bunting making way. New entrant, Chris Bradshaw comes straight into 7th place splitting Yorkshire rivals Jonny Holliday and Mark Reader. Tom Lowe and Steven Ward both make strides with Tom getting his Goole Fields patch into the Top 10.

Best finds this month were Chris Bradshaw's Green-winged Teal at Wykeham Lakes and Jonny Holliday's singing Siberian Chiffchaff at Pugney's. Also worth an honorable mention was the Gillatt's Spoonbill at Alkborough.

Its the same Top three in the comparative table but Peter Williams leaps two places to first with 74% at Laycock. Phil Woolen holds onto second whilst James Common falls two places into third. Out side the Top three and Mark Reeder has overtaken Jonny Holliday which is sure to spark a fightback at Pugney's.

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