Another set of results have been added to the OOM and eclectic, here’s how things are shaping up
Non of the leaders managed a top 32 finish in the Jubilee Trophy so it was a chance for the chasing pack to play catchup. Two of those taking advantage moving up 1 position inside the top 10 were Alan Rigby and last weeks big mover Glen Makin who gained another placed finish and is now one victory away from 2nd placed Charlie Fletcher. John Dodd was a weekly big mover and now appears in the top 15 after another good round and a 2nd place finish.
Full OOM can be viewed Here
A good old stableford competition always allows for more aggressive play and generally results in improved eclectics. Graham Poland clearly found the format favourable moving from 36th to 9th after improving his gross eclectic by 4. Glen Makin is proof the eclectic sits on its own in format. Despite placing high in the Jubilee Trophy Makin has dropped from 7th to 11th.
Full eclectic can be viewed Here