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« Reply #45 on: May 12, 2011, 02:02 PM »

....fliers out there that I would put my lines down to watch....

Mike.

Mild interest = 'On'

Will take some serious pondering though.

We did run some 'National Freestyle Rankings' for 2 or 3 seasons here in the UK. Really not worth the bother if I'm honest, but we did poulate the table with 30+ names at one point and there was some enthusiasm for a short while.

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« Reply #46 on: May 12, 2011, 03:20 PM »

So who was no.1 during this brief time....??
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« Reply #47 on: May 14, 2011, 11:11 AM »

Can't remember, I'll try and find the tables stashed away someplace.

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« Reply #48 on: May 15, 2011, 07:08 AM »

Summer 2008...

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Novice.

23.5 55.95% Steve Brill
19.5 44.32% Danny Beasley
18 42.86% Cameron Brill
6 John Williams
5 Vee Griffiths
4 Steve Beasley
3 21.43% Enzo Serra
1 Neil Martin
1 Fran
1 Lloyd
1 Julia
1 Dave (?)
1 Dave (Ogre)
1 Jack (Little Yan)


And EXP / Masters

62 86.11% Piero Serra
52 92.86% Chris Goff
32.5 65.00% Bryan Beasley
20.5 29.71% Pete Johnson
13 61.90% Carl Robertshaw
12.5 40.32% Al Tanner
11 42.31% Roy Reed
7.5 46.88% Tony Shiggins
7.5 41.67% Jason Winter
6.5 43.33% Dave (Popeye)
6 40.00% Mark Clements
5 Pat Murier
5 Andy Savidge
5 35.71% Sascha Reading
5 31.25% Yan
4.5 25.00% Stephen Tonkin
3.5 Miles F
3.5 31.82% Doc James
2.5 Dave (Mooq)
2.5 Matt Binns
2 Mike Fogg
2 Craig Hibbert
2 James Robershaw
2 Robin Smith
2 Andy Phelps
1.5 Shaun Turpin
1 Adam Pollitt
1 David Wilson
1 Doug Superfly
1 Rob P Fiction
1 Alex Saville
1 Stuart Baldwin
1 Dave Salmon
1 Eddie Green


and summer '07

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Novice Points. (11 competitors)

1 - 14 points - Stuart Baldwin
2= - 10 points - Adam Poll
2= - 10 points - Daniel Beasley
4 - 6 points - David Wilson
5 - 5 points - Phil Ashton

Novice Percentages.

1= Adam Poll - 83.33%
1= Phil Ashton - 83.33%
3 - Jake (?) - 75%
4 - Stuart Baldwin - 70%
5 - David Wilson - 66.66%

Well done all, it should be pointed out that Adam competed as experienced in the final weekend of competition, and so potentially lost out on a few points in the novice standings, but well done for taking the step up.

Experienced / Master points (21 competitors)

1 - 32 points - Bryan Beasley
2 - 21 points - Chris Goff
3 - 13 points - Mike Fogg
4 - 12 points - Peter Fisher
5= - 11 points - Neil Edwards
5= - 11 points - Ian Parkes

Experienced / Master percentages

1 - Chris Goff - 100%
2 - Bryan Beasley - 78.04%
3 - Neil Edwards - 68.75%
4 - Roy Reed - 66.66%
5 - Mike fogg - 56.52%



Can't find any other details just now, there's a few recognisable names in there.

Bryan
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