Sunday, 12 October 2014

London Minileague - September

No changes in positions in this league during September however it was well represented once again with 8 out of the 14 patches having scores submitted. The stand out highlight of the month was Nick Croft's flyover Olive-backed Pipit on his Wanstead patch amongst a host of commoner autumn migrants, a brilliant find and one that means a hatful of bonus points. His rival for the lead Adam Bassett retains the top spot thanks to some autumn migrants including Firecrest and Redstart. It was slower going lower down the league, the best find being a Garganey for Marek at Dinton Pastures.

Michael Terry stays top and has now crossed the 110% barrier. A great year down at Hosehill. Adam Bassett stays in second and Jason Reynolds is still to cross the 100% barrier giving Marek and Tom a chance to sneak into the top 3. 

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