Monday, 15th April - The first set of scores are out at long last (apologies for the delay, but my main PC unexpectedly threw in the towel) and they show William Summerlin grabbing an initial lead, followed by Paul Blake; while Andy Woodhouse and Mark Percival are also very much in touch. Don't forget, the transfer window closes at 11am on 14th May, so make sure you email your changes to marcushook64@gmail.com before then.

Friday, 24th May - Paul Blake's CACC LUFC SCCC leapfrogs William Summerlin's Fresh Tactical Dimension at the head of affairs. Meanwhile, Stuart Watson and Anthony Vidler have top four billing for the first time this season, following the transfer window; shuffling Andy Woodhouse and Marc Percival down to fifth and six respectively.

Friday, 7th June - The lead changes hands again! Mark Percival (who finished 8th last year) now finds himself out in front, with a near five-point advantage over Stuart Watson, who was fourth in 2018 and has been there or thereabouts this term. Like Stuart's team, Anthony Vidler's has moved up one place. That's the top three, but the two biggest movers, in terms of points, since the May 24 calculation were Rob Lewis (88.1 points seeing his side swap 12th for sixth) and Chris Keene (up from 16th to 11th).

Friday, 21st June - As it's a case of "as you were" for the top four, maybe things starting to assume an air of certainty (much like Somerset's march towards the County Championship title). Actually, no, because there's just 0.38 of a point between the table topping Marc's Magicians and the second-placed Mandatory Reselection. Will it be a two-horse race? The chasing pack down to yours truly in 7th will still fancy their chances, but luck with injuries could play a big part. For the record, the three highest points-scoring teams since the last update were: 64.2 points - Curse These Metal Hands, 62.2 - Mandatory Reselection and 57.8 - Sorrento Sunshine XI.

Friday, 5th July - Stuart Watson has taken over at top and has a slender 8.75-point lead over Marc Percival. Apart from Anthony Vidler, who is holding firm in third, there's been some real jockeying for position between fourth and thirteenth. The main beneficiaries since June 21 have been Harry Rowe (up from 9th to 4th), Fred Rowe (who has swapped 12th for 6th) and Nick Blyth (13th last time, but now up to 9th).

Friday, 19th July - It remains a two-horse contest going into the break for the Vitality T20 Blast, but Mandatory Reselection's advantage over Marc's Magicians is down to 2.7 points (trimmed from 8.8). Sir Keith Park XI now occupy third spot (up from 7th). Basil Brushers have risen from 9th to fourth, while, completing the top five, CACC LUFC SCCC drop one place. In terms of the most significant points increases since July 5, Adam Munro's Rhodes Less Travelled advanced by 105.4 points, and no less staggering were the spurts put in by Tracey Field's Tea Stops Play (97.2 points) and Anthony Earl's ACE XI (93.5 points).

Monday, 26th August - Yep, it's still looking like one from two - but which one?! Mark Percival has leapfrogged Stuart Watson, however the margin is down to a coat of paint 0.2 of a point. Nick Blyth has moved up from fourth to third (can Nick's side really eat into the 33.9 point gap between the silver and bronze places in the last month?). Anthony Vidler, up from 7th, assumes fourth position. But the only other managers moving in the right direction have all seen their sides push the button far too late. Tracey Field who was 23rd, is now 15th; Chris Dales is up from 24th to 18th; and Tom Rennie has swapped 19th for 14th.

Friday, 20th September - The lead may have changed back again, but there's still precious little separating Mandatory Selection and Marc's Magicians going into the last round of the County Championship. The biggest movers since the end of August are Ray Armfield's Who's Surrey Now (up seven spots from 21st to 14th) and Don Rosendale's Glad All Over (now 27th, but was 33rd). Unfortunately, it hasn't been a happy last few weeks for Ian Woollatt's The Pink Protectors - down from 26th to 31st (sorry Ian).

Final Standings - And the winner is... Marc Percival. For most of the season, it was a see-saw battle between Marc's Magicians and Stuart Watson's Mandatory Reselection. In the end, there was just 4.9 points in it. (I wonder if there will ever be a need for the tie-break question of how many matches you think Surrey will win in all competitions - okay, hands up, who guessed it would be a pitiful eight?). But thanks to everyone for participating, in particular to our new champion and his dogged challenger.


1 Mark Percival Marc's Magicians 638.5
2 Stuart Watson Mandatory Reselection 633.6
3 Nick Blyth Basil Brushers 600.9
4 Andy Woodhouse Sir Keith Park XI 597.3
5 Fred Rowe Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah Tresco 588.5
6 Harry Rowe Marcus & Harry: Our Story 580.3
7 Anthony Earl ACE XI 579.4
8 Anthony Vidler The Purley Pinch Hitters 576.8
9 Rob Lewis Surrey-By-Sea 576.1
10 Marcus Hook Sorrento Sunshine XI 574.9
11 Paul Blake CACC LUFC SCCC 574.6
12 Tom Rennie Curse These Metal Hands 565.9
13 Steven Macleod Do You Con(or Mc)Kerr? 564.3
14 Chris Keene Keene As Mustard 549.4
15 Adam Munro Rhodes Less Travelled 547.5
16 Ray Armfield Who's Surrey Now? 547.2
17 Tracey Field Tea Stops Play 543.4
18 Alex Easdale Cooky With Gas 542.2
19 Chris Dales Curran Affairs 536.7
20 William Summerlin Fresh Tactical Dimension 534.5
21 Roderick Easdale By Hook Or By Cook 523.5
22 Daniel Lumby Samits Gotta Give 523.2
23 Albert Ratcliff Bertie's Bash Hits 507.5
24 Chris Eades Fibrax 507.4
25 Simon Hemsley South London Visigoths 506.8
26 Fred Sworder Swordershire Casuals 498.0
27 Alistair Gordon Cricketman's Squad 494.4
28 Don Rosendale Glad All Over 486.2
29 Alan Jenkins Vauxhall & Ireland 484.8
30 Michael Shaw Surreylion 482.9
31 Jamie Dowling Cherry Pie Chuckers 480.5
32 Ian Woollatt The Pink Protectors 475.2
33 Hanna Dowling Mustard And Onions 439.8
34 Richard Budden Surrey Stars 439.6
35 Chris Stoneman Albezanaan 407.2
36 Harjot Sidhu Singh-ing In The Rey-n 402.0
37 Keith Burley Royal Berks 383.7
38 Rhys Benjamin The Batty Boys 379.6
39 Thomas Earl Thomas XI 366.0
40 Nick Robinson Comeontheree 359.5
41 Gregory Mumford The Pigeon Blockers Xl 351.8
42 Paul Trumble Cream Of The Crease IV 340.8

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