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Player Rankings 2018-2019

DBM RANKINGS 2018-2019

Posn Prev Name Club Comps Total
1 1 Jeremy Morgan Terrapins 8 80
2 2 Dave Madigan Reigate 5 73
3 3 John Graham-Leigh Mikland 7 72
4 5 Chris Smith Mercenary 4 69.25
5 10 John Vaughan Cowards 5 68.5
6 11 Kevin Everard Cowards 4 62.5
7 3 Russell King Mikland 7 56.5
8 12 Richard Perry Cardiff 3 55.5
9 8 John Calvert Mikland 6 49.25
10 7 David Sheppard Bath 6 45.25
11 29 Ian Pudney Ilford 3 41.25
12 15 Paul Apreda Mercenary 4 37.5
13 Paul Brady Essex Warriors 2 30.25
14= 19 Gavin Pearson Gloucester 2 29.5
14= 9 Andy Brooker Cowards 3 29.5
16 21 Derek Bruce Southampton 3 26.75
17= 25 Dan Sheppard Bath 2 24.75
17= 18 Nick Coles Mercenary 4 24.75
19= 6 John Brooker Cowards 2 22.75
19= 27 Drew Jarman Essex Warriors 3 22.75
21 14 Duncan Thompson Swindon 6 22.25
22 31 Martin Golay Penarth 4 22
23 Ken Warren Cowards 1 18.25
24 13 Tim Myall Essex Warriors 2 17.5
25 30 Pete Connew Frome 2 17.25
26 20 Tony Bell Scimitar 2 16.75
27 Tony Green Scimitar 2 16.25
28= 36 Bob Billing Cowards 1 14.75
28= Kim Brooker Cowards 1 14.75
28= 15 Robin Honey-Frazer Cowards 1 14.75
31 Richard Newland Frome 1 13
32 34 Pete Howland Mikland 1 11
33 32 Ken Cooper SELWG 3 10.25
34 35 Andy Down Mercenary 3 8.25
35 Neil Hepworth Gloucester 1 8
36= 28 John Mee Frome 1 4.25
36= 17 Ed Gilhead Mercenary 1 4.25
36= Graham Bull SELWG 1 4.25
39= 26 Peter Hockaday Essex Warriors 1 0.25
39= 25 Richard Gill Norwich Rearguard 1 0.25
39= Paul Farbon Norwich Rearguard 1 0.25

 

These rankings include the following competitions

Climb British Camp, September 2018

Iceni, September 2018

Vexillum, October 2018

Caesaromagus, November 2018

Godendag, January 2019

Venta Silurum, April 2019

Westbury Wars, May 2019

Attack, July 2019

All competitions have been weighted equally, scoring 80 points for 1st place and 1 point for last place in traditional BHGS fashion. Each player’s best four scores (or all scores, if fewer than four competitions played) have been added and the total divided by four.

Six players who appeared in the previous year’s rankings did not play this time, but five others returned and we welcome three new players for a net increase of two.

Once again Jeremy Morgan extended his winning run with another perfect score, winning four competitions. He was also the only player to attend every competition.

JGL 22.7.2019

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