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Player Rankings 2021-22

DBM RANKINGS 2021-2022

Posn

Prev

Name

Club

Comps

Total

1

1

Jeremy Morgan

Essex Warriors

11

80

2

3

John Graham-Leigh

Mikland

7

78.5

3

3

Dave Madigan

Reigate

7

68.5

4

Andy Brooker

Cowards

5

66.5

5

23

Dean Astillberry

Cowards

6

64.25

6

John Brooker

Cowards

4

63.25

7=

5

Russell King

Mikland

7

56.5

7=

22

Kevin Everard

Cowards

4

56.5

9

14

Gavin Pearson

Gloucester

4

55.5

10

9

Paul Apreda

Mercenary

5

53.25

11

11

John Vaughan

Cowards

8

52.5

12

18

David Sheppard

Bath

6

49

13

12

John Calvert

Mikland

4

44.5

14

17

Nick Coles

Mercenary

4

44

15=

26

Pete Connew

Frome

4

42.5

15=

26

Richard Newland

Frome

4

42.5

17

2

Chris Smith

Mercenary

3

39.75

18

Paul Holmes

Essex Warriors

5

33.5

19

Ken Warren

Cowards

3

29.5

20

8

Derek Bruce

Southampton

2

29

21

13

Duncan Thompson

Swindon

8

26.5

22

25

Tim Myall

Essex Warriors

2

20

23

21

Drew Jarman

Mercenary

3

18.5

24

14

Neil Hepworth

Barnsley

1

17.25

25

14

Richard Perry

Cardiff

1

14.5

26

30

Richard Gill

Norwich Rearguard

3

13.5

27

22

Martin Golay

Penarth

1

8.75

28

Pete Howland

Mikland

1

9

29=

32

Ken Cooper

SELWG

1

6.5

29=

32

Andy Down

Mercenary

1

6.5

29=

Tony Bell

Mercenary

1

6.5

32

34

Kevin Baker

Cowards

1

4.5

33

John Davis

Essex Warriors

1

4

34

24

Peter Hockaday

Essex Warriors

1

3.5

35=

Dan Sheppard

Bath

1

2

35=

28

Mark Allison

Cowards

1

2

35=

Tony Bell

Mercenary

1

2

38=

34

John Mee

Frome

1

0.5

38=

34

Steve Etheridge

Frome

1

0.5

40

30

Paul Farbon

Norwich Rearguard

1

0.25

These rankings include the following competitions

Westbury Wars, July 2021

Iceni, September 2021

London Grand Tournament, September 2021

Vexillum, October 2021

Climb British Camp, November 2021

Venta Icenorum, November 2021

Venta Silurum, April 2022

Westbury Wars, May 2022

Venta Icenorum, June 2022

Attack! July 2022

Britcon, August 2022

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 three.

Jeremy Morgan yet again extended his winning run with another perfect score, winning no fewer than six competitions.

JGL 15.8.2022

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