Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Coastal East Anglia Minileagues - September 2015

Craig Fulcher is well clear at the top of the comparative Coastal East Anglia minileague thanks to a self found Barred Warbler this month. He also added a Long-tailed Skua to further his gains and open up a 20% gap from Tommy Corcoran. Tommy added 7% and moves in the 90s after a Red-back Shrike on patch and in the process holds off the challenge from James Brown at North Lowestoft. James made even bigger strides after adding 13% in September including self found Yellow-browed Warbler (well...who hasnt now?) and also Balearic Shearwater and Barred Warbler.

Red-backed Shrike - Tommy Corcoran

Nige Lound has another great month and tops the 20 points from August with 25 points in September despite huge gains from James Brown in second. Nige managed to find a quartet of Yellow-brows and a duet of Long-tailed Skuas but his monthly highlights were the White-winged Black Tern and Red-footed Falcon which both graced Gibraltar Point. Craig Fulcher at Southwold rises from fourth into the bronze medal postion whilst Robert Smith drops down two spots to fourth after not submitting this month. A decent September/October combo could see him rise back up the table to challenge the top two. Scott Mayson also managed to get in on the Yellow-browed Warbler finding this month with one at Thorpeness which elevates him into 9th place.

Scott Mayson - Wryneck

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