“All The Rage Back Home”: From the ridiculous to the sublime, what a difference a week makes in PAS! Eighteen points in Week 1 was turned on its head for James Lee 38 (7) as he nudged past Simon B & Tony M to claim his first £20 prize! Well done James, you’re a PAS winner… #changeyournametoJamestowintwentyquid
“Obstacle 1”: Francesca F really is determined to start a collection of wooden spoons judging by her measly 10 points this week but along came Martin Stafford 9 (0) to scupper her plans. The big spoilsport…. #trydiving
Correct Score of the Week: Not a lot of correct scores knocking about this week… most popular score was Liverpool’s 1-2 win over Palace – 21 of youse got that!
13 got the 1-3 at Deepdale.
10 got the untelevised 2-0 between Bradford & Sunderland.
Eight got the really really predictable 0-0 involving Sheff Wed & Brighton.
Shashi A & Graham E got Derby 1 Reading 2.
Gary B & Darren B (welcome!) got Aberdeen’s fine win over Hamilton.
Michelle F somehow managed to pull out Bournemouth 1 Huddersfield 1!
However, this week’s best correct score, and new best of the season so far, goes to Simon Buxton for his it-had-nil-nil-written-all-over-it inspired, Ross County 3 Motherwell 2.
Bet of the Week: This week’s 75p trixie went as follows –
3 away win selections: Man Utd 27% /Brentford 17% /Stoke 16%
Prize Slot: 33rd
Returns: £0. Jeez! At least we got one right this week though…
Don’t forget to cast your vote every week but make sure you do it by 10am on a Saturday.
“Mammoth“: Simon Buxton is up 9 places to take top spot 2 points ahead of Stephen P, who in turn is two points in front of Jason M in third.
Loads crash the Top Ten…
“Untitled“: Francesca Fernandez drops 1 place to basement billing one point adrift of Rob C who in turn is 3 points behind Martin S…
click here to view the full table
“C’Mere“: Highest climber this week, up a whopping 38 places is James Lee – honourable mentions go to Tony M (+28), Matt W (+30), Neil B (+26) & Mr 2-0 (+26).
“Slow Hands“: Falling furthest this week, down a whopping 34 places is Pete Britton – dishonourable mentions go to Andy C (-21), Norman L (-24), Clare T (-24) and Olly O (-22).
PAS Champions League 2014/15: Last 16 1st leg games kicked off …
We had the (cocky?) holder not playing a joker, 7 unique jokers(!), two successful “jokers”, two away wins & four ties that appear to be already decided…
Full results & 2nd leg fixtures can be found here
Dates for your diaries – PAS CL Weeks
Last 16 2nd leg – Week 4
Quarter Finals 1st leg – Week 6
Quarter Finals 2nd leg – Week 8
Semi Finals 1st leg – Week 10
Semi Finals 2nd leg – Week 12
Final – the merry month of May (‘15)
PAS Cup 2015: 2nd round next week folks the draw can be found here!
Accept it can’t! Not quite yet. Dan is having trouble with his balls so there’s been a delay. It makes it that more exciting waiting a bit eh?!
Dates for your diaries – PAS Cup Weeks
2nd round – Week 3
Quarter Finals – Week 5
Semi Finals – Week 11
Final – the merry month of May (‘15)
PAS Champions League 2015/16: In order to be invited to enter the PAS CL Group Stages 2015 you will have to finish in the Top 32 after 13 weeks of play. Currently sneaking the last spot is the man with the hands…Dan Rayner!
And Another Thing:
Nearly all the payments have come in – just 3 of you now! Come on Matt W, Simon Lindq & Steve M – don’t make me unceremoniously dump you from the competition!
A message from Ben H
Hope you are all well. I wanted to introduce you to my new website, Arcana.fm!
Arcana is a site I am putting together for readers who want to know much more about classical music but without the pressures that can often bring. The idea is to dispense with boundaries and labels and just enjoy the music, which means I’m as open to reviewing techno albums as I am harpsichord recitals for the site!
Features include ‘The Borrowers’, which will look at pop songs using ideas from classical music or similar, ‘Screen Grab’, which looks at classical music on the big screen, and a big listening section where readers can access guides to music available on the BBC iPlayer or similar. There are also reviews of new recordings that are tailored both to newcomers and those who know a little about classical music.
The site is only 11 days old, so is still finding its feet – which is partly where you come in. If you could follow the site on Twitter, like it on Facebook, or just read (and hopefully enjoy!) before telling your friends all about it that would be fantastic. I would also hugely appreciate any feedback you have to give. The addresses you need are:
That’s it for this week – oh, follow us on @PabsPAS if only to see those late scores rolling in every week. you know, the ones that make you squeal or shriek in equal measure!
And remember to add #pabpas to see your tweet on the site – actually some away game pics would be good this season. Or some pics of away fans. Or home fans. Or just the match. Or players you’ve met. Anything footy related to be honest…