Ben Moyes continues his fine run of form to add 6% to his already mighty score for his Gipping Valley patch. This month he added Osprey, Black-tailed Godwit and Crossbill whilst his close rival, Nick Robinson, managed a solitary point for Sand Martin. Ben Rackshaw in third did not manage to add to his score and so he finds his place in third under threat by Jim Bradley who is only 4% behind and sits on the brink of 100%.
|Black-tailed Godwit - Ben Moyes|
Jamie Wells manages to extend his lead to 11 points but it could have been so much sweeter! A July lesser golden plover usually turns out to be a Pacific GP but sadly for Jamie it remains a non-specific GP as a brief visitor to Paxton Pits evaded identification. Luckily for him Ben Lewis failed to capitalize on this and remains on the same score as in June. Ashley McElwee manages to leapfrog Ben Rackshaw and move into third thanks to a flocks of Whimbrel and a flyover Greenshank. Nick Moran in fifth managed to break the 10 thousand record mark for Birdtrack. Good work Nick!