Sunday, 17 November 2013

Coastal Scotland Minileague - October

There has been virtually no change in the rankings of the Coastal Scotland minileague despite many good birds being found and seen. Andrew Whitehouse moves up a place into 11th above Tristan but Stornoway is as likely as any of the patches to catch a goody in November or December. Sean Morris' league switch has him in at 17th, largely thanks to the nearctic Mourning Dove which spent a decent slice of October cavorting on his lawn. At the very top there is only a self found scarce bird between John Bowler and Rob Fray who are both well clear of Gary Bell in third.

The comparative table shows some excellent scoring with four contestants now over 120%. Ian T at Askernish overhauls John Bowler in third but the top two remain constant with Mark Lewis needing a good few birds or finds to catch Barrie Hamill on Burray.

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