The final positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 31 May, sees a huge turnaround since the April 2016 update. With the lowest winning points total ever but also with one of the tightest finishes ever, Duncan McLeod lifts the winning prize. Again, as with last year's competition, the F.A. Cup and Champions League made a big difference to the final outcome. Duncan McLeod moves up 8 places to top spot and Richard Palmer (up 22 places), John Sylvester (up 15 places) and John Sanderson (up 13 places) all made significant late challenges but just a little too late.
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A further update of the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 5 April, sees Peter Knock taking over top spot with Karina Hames and Duncan McLeod close behind. Just 6 points divide the top 11 places. Going down to the wire………..
PREDICTION LEAGUE 2015/16
As at 5 April 2016
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