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Eights week predictions competition

[<<] [>>] by Kevin Carter
3rd September 2002 (Other News)

The Eights start on Wednesday; you have until 9.30am to make your predictions and win a bottle of champagne (a case if all five are correct). The competition is sponsored by Profundus, a marketing consultancy firm specialising in the telecommunications industry. Entries to Kevin Carter.

We now have 34 predictions; In summary:

President's Cup Robert is expected to complete most of his sextuples and win; Dyer gets votes only from Dyer and his family; perhaps surprisingly nobody thinks Mulliner will win.
Clarke 4
Dawson 0
Dyer 2
Fulford 25
Goacher 0
Kirby 0
Maugham 3
Mulliner 0
Chairman's Salver The consensus seems to be that Avery and Irwin to fight it out, with Kibble pressing.
Avery 13
Irwin 10
Harrison-Wood 1
Kibble 6
Gibbons 2
Cordingley 1
Death 1
Wilkins 0
Spencer Ell Cup Wide open, with nobody getting more than a quarter of the votes.
Aiton 6
Tibble 8
Taylor 3
Mundy 5
Foulser 3
Lines 1
Heap 8
Jenkins 0
Treasurer's Tankard Seems to be close between Castell, Magee and Williams.
Dent 3
Guest 3
Magee 9
Smith (Paul) 2
Whittaker 0
Williams (Jenny) 9
Castell 8
Bradforth 0
Selectors' Patel a strong fancy, but growing support for Morrow.
Arliss 0
Bennett 0
Bottomley 0
Browne (Tom) 0
Carter (Kevin) 4
Cowing 1
Evans (Marcus) 2
Granger-Brown 0
Hopewell 0
Patel 18
Morrow 8
Smith (Richard) 0
Southern 1
Symonds 0
Weston 0
Healy 0



 

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