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Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 33 Results

Well here we go with the words and with our dear organiser sunning it up in Florida for the rest of the Tipsters season you’ve got Matt to contend with (ably assisted by the missus and Bunty Boo).

An absolute goal fest in the Prem this week with no 0-0’s yet incredibly six clean sheets amongst the total of 42! A quick mention to all our Arsenal fans who were on the end of some very poor digs from the Chelsea fans who all apparently woke up this week from the thrashing by Villa last week. Funny how they all wake up together?

Lots of points scored on the questions this week with three people getting the full points for all correct (John Burling, Ian Mariner and Matt Bolton), sadly for them it was not enough to get them in the money.

Everybody’s favourite butt of Tipster mockery Jamie mentioned to the wife that whilst Jill was completing her sheet on Saturday morning someone knocked on the door and distracted her from her task. Due to time pressures after the guest left, she decided to ‘steal’ Jamie’s scorers but re-order them points wise – this resulted in Jill getting two more points than Jamie on this section, however she would have beaten him anyway!

We had a maiden entrant this week in the form of Fred Weatherill – a bit of a result to forget for him as he propped up the field with his meagre 25 points – however you will be pleased to hear that if you forgot your entry this week, Neil ruled that you could claim Chris Kitcher’s 33 points instead as he is a regular entrant.

And so to this week’s winners; top marks go to Ranting Ref this week who follows up last week’s third spot with first place and increases his lead at the top of the table. Seconnd this week with a very respectable 60 was last year’s overall winner Kevin Ward and third and increasing her lead over her significant other half Our Cousin Vinyl and also storming up to eighth position in the league is Julia (Mrs Hull Tigers) with a very creditable 59 points.

1st Ranting Ref 63pts = £20
2nd Kevin Ward 60pts = £10
3rd Julia’s Jokers 59pts = £5

Total Goals = 42, Questions =
F Arsenal failed in the very first game
T Exactly 9
T There were 32
T They got 9 with Chelsea banging 66% of them in
T Chelsea and Villa within the first 5 minutes
T 5 in fact – Chelsea, Cardiff, Liverpool, Man City & Stoke
T Plenty – Suarez, Williams, Cisse ..
T Gibbs (mistaken identity), Amorebieta & Alonso

RANTING REF 63
KEVIN WARD 60
JULIA’S JOKERS 59
JAMES PITT 58
JOHN BURLING 56
MIKE RAMIRA 55
DARREN GEE 55
COLIN SMART 54
DAVID KNIGHT 53
LIAM STONER 52
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 52
CHADDIE 51
MATT REDMORE 51
GORDON ALLEN 51
THE KINGSNORTH’S 50
JILL MITCHELL 50
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 50
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 50
MATT BOLTON 50
IAN MARINER 48
THE SILVER FOX 48
KERRIE 47
THE FITTERS – I&M 47
THE ORGANISER 46
JOE ISTED 46
DAN CHAMBERS 46
KIRSTEN REDMORE 46
PETER PAYNE 45
F.W.B 45
ANDY WESTGATE 45
JOHN JENNER 45
SOUPY 45
TONY CHAD 44
CHRIS ANDREWS 43
JACK HEMENS 43
D’N'B 43
AARON ADAMSON 42
LUCKY HEATHER 42
BUNTY 42
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 42
LOL BATES 42
PHIL STANDEN 42
A NEW NO 9 41
JAMIE MITCHELL 41
CLIFF & RAY 41
SCOTT McCARTHY 40
STEVE WINGATE 38
LONGBALL – BW 38
NO 1 GLEEK 37
CHRIS KITCHER 33
BANNO 33
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 33
NIGEL MORRISON 33
FRED WEATHERILL 25

KHMC Tipsters Week 34 Entry Form

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 32 Results

Not much to say this week, but well done to Chris with a fine 55 points for first place, congratulations to Aaron for doing Kerrie’s form and getting her second spot with 52 points and boos for the Ranting Ref who’s 48 points not only took third spot but moved him clear at the top of the league by 17 points from The Organiser who is now in second spot, one point in front of Matt.

Talking of Matt, you wont be surprised to hear that he didn’t get any points for the Villa game, mind you neither did anyone else but then we are not Villa fans, thank God. He did however get 24 points for the last nine holes on Sunday but, because of the type of game we were playing, his playing partner Vinny reduced this to 16 points. For those that don’t understand golf this basically means Matt played well and his partner was pants.

In the Handicap Cup there were wins for the Kingsnorths, No 1 Gleek and Aaron who all progress into the semi finals along with James Pitt who brushed aside Jamie in a similar style to Jill last week. Jamie did however manage to beat Jill this week by a massive one point and thrash Matt by the same margin.

Those who forgot to enter can thank Soupy for their 17 points, hardly worth it really, but then Soupy was clearly not concentrating when she filled in her form, unlike the concentration she shows when at work.

Whilst The Organiser is away, you will all be left in the capable hands of Matt & Steve which roughly translated probably means Kirsten.

1st Chris Kitcher 55pts = £20
2nd Kerrie 52pts = £10
3rd Ranting Ref 48pts = £5

Total Goals = 24, Questions =
T 14 mins
F only West Ham scored and that was 5mins
F 4 vs 5
T 10 vs 2
T by over 10
T Liverpool
F only 1
T exactly 6

CHRIS KITCHER 55
KERRIE 52
RANTING REF 48
AARON ADAMSON 47
LUCKY HEATHER 44
LIAM STONER 44
CHRIS ANDREWS 42
A NEW NO 9 41
THE KINGSNORTH’S 40
STEVE WINGATE 40
PETER PAYNE 40
BANNO 40
THE ORGANISER 39
JOE ISTED 38
F.W.B 37
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 37
CHADDIE 37
KEVIN WARD 36
DAVID KNIGHT 36
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 36
JOHN BURLING 35
DAN CHAMBERS 35
JACK HEMENS 35
SCOTT McCARTHY 34
IAN MARINER 34
JAMES PITT 33
KIRSTEN REDMORE 32
COLIN SMART 32
THE SILVER FOX 32
BUNTY 32
NO 1 GLEEK 32
D’N'B 31
THE FITTERS – I&M 31
JAMIE MITCHELL 31
ANDY WESTGATE 31
MATT REDMORE 30
JILL MITCHELL 30
GORDON ALLEN 29
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 29
JOHN JENNER 28
LONGBALL – BW 27
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 27
JULIA’S JOKERS 26
MIKE RAMIRA 26
DARREN GEE 25
CLIFF & RAY 25
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 24
TONY CHAD 22
LOL BATES 17
SOUPY 17
MATT BOLTON 17
PHIL STANDEN 17
NIGEL MORRISON 17

KHMC Tipsters Week 33 Entry Form

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 31 Results

Not wishing to detract from Bunty’s fine 59 points for first place but it did appear as though Jill was only toying with Jamie and she proved it with fine 57 points to take second spot on count back. Jill’s 44 points in the top section beat Jamie’s total of 36 points and was enough to do a complete reversal of his four point lead, the remaining 13 points just pulled her even further in front. Joe proved the age old theory that when you pay up what you owe you invariably get some back with a fine 57 points for third place.

In the FA Cup FWB, currently in the land of Avocado Dip, managed to do something his QPR will never do and that is make it through to a cup semi final. Dave’s 53 points was just too good for Dan who managed a fine 49 points, elsewhere Gordon beat Steve by a similar four points, Peter beat Colin by six points and James thumped Warren by a massive 14 points.

In the league three of the players in the top six had a really bad week, which has resulted in major changes in places and caused some minor concern to many of us as Matt moves to joint top spot. There’s been some thought given as to how the ginger wonder has managed to do so well this season and it finally became obvious this week. What Matt has been doing is deciding what he thinks the results will be, putting them on the form of his alter ego entry The Talisman and then he puts the opposite to what he predicted on to the entry under his name. As said it only became obvious this week where the Matt entry got 48 points and the true Matt entry (Talisman Sat Volt) came bottom with 15 points.

Jamie sent a pleading email asking not to go into detail of his humiliation at the hands of his wife Jill, so as The Organiser is a nice person we will not dwell on it other than to say it was predicted.

Handicap cup quarter finals this week so good luck to those involved as this is the last time you enjoy the advantage of Handicaps, semi finals and final are fought at levels.

1st Bunty 59pts = £20
2nd Jill Mitchell 57pts = £10 (44 pts top section)
3rd Joe Isted 57pts = £5

Total Goals = 30, Questions =
F 4 vs 5
F Charlton & Sunderland fail
T 9
T Arsenal
T 19 vs 11
F none
F City lost on both counts
T at least 11

BUNTY 59
JILL MITCHELL 57
JOE ISTED 57
F.W.B 53
JOHN BURLING 50
JAMES PITT 50
GORDON ALLEN 49
D’N'B 49
MATT REDMORE 48
RANTING REF 47
MIKE RAMIRA 46
DAN CHAMBERS 45
STEVE WINGATE 45
THE SILVER FOX 45
NO 1 GLEEK 45
A NEW NO 9 43
THE ORGANISER 42
CHRIS ANDREWS 42
KIRSTEN REDMORE 42
TONY CHAD 42
JULIA’S JOKERS 41
LOL BATES 41
CLIFF & RAY 41
PETER PAYNE 40
SOUPY 40
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 39
KERRIE 39
JACK HEMENS 39
DAVID KNIGHT 38
CHADDIE 38
ANDY WESTGATE 38
AARON ADAMSON 37
LUCKY HEATHER 36
MATT BOLTON 36
JAMIE MITCHELL 36
COLIN SMART 35
DARREN GEE 35
JOHN JENNER 35
PHIL STANDEN 34
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 33
THE KINGSNORTH’S 32
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 32
SCOTT McCARTHY 31
CHRIS KITCHER 31
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 30
LONGBALL – BW 28
BANNO 27
KEVIN WARD 23
THE FITTERS – I&M 21
IAN MARINER 20
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 15
LIAM STONER 15
NIGEL MORRISON 15

KHMC Tipsters Week 32 Entry Form

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 30 Results

The Organiser isn’t going to dwell on this weeks result too much as he was only one point off of top place and did not win any money. Maybe time for a rule change?!

Congrats to John with a fine 59 points for first place, to James for an equally fine 59 points for second spot and to jammy old Peter whose 58 points put The Organiser out of the money. They have had words about this already. This has meant that in the league there are now only seven points separating the top six places and Scott’s lead is down to a single point.

Elsewhere in the league there was very little movement although Jamie did again double his lead over Jill, this time to a massive four points which has led to the believe she is just toying with him. Next week is FA Cup week for our quarter finalist so good luck to you all. Handicap Cup quarter finals will be the following week
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1st John Burling 59pts = £20 (38pts top section)
2nd James Pitt 59pts = £10
3rd Peter Payne 58pts = £5

Total Goals = 26, Questions =
F Swansea only 1
T over 10
T 34
F only 6
T Norwich in 3mins
F only 2
T Newcastle & Liverpool
T Swansea

JOHN BURLING 59
JAMES PITT 59
PETER PAYNE 58
THE ORGANISER 58
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 54
JULIA’S JOKERS 50
NO 1 GLEEK 50
RANTING REF 49
THE KINGSNORTH’S 49
THE FITTERS – I&M 49
A NEW NO 9 48
COLIN SMART 48
LONGBALL – BW 47
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 47
MATT REDMORE 46
DAVID KNIGHT 46
THE SILVER FOX 46
CHRIS ANDREWS 45
IAN MARINER 45
KEVIN WARD 44
KIRSTEN REDMORE 44
D’N'B 44
LIAM STONER 44
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 43
JOHN JENNER 43
F.W.B 42
STEVE WINGATE 42
ANDY WESTGATE 42
DAN CHAMBERS 41
JACK HEMENS 40
JOE ISTED 39
CHADDIE 39
BANNO 39
MIKE RAMIRA 38
GORDON ALLEN 38
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 38
BUNTY 38
SOUPY 38
JAMIE MITCHELL 38
CHRIS KITCHER 38
DARREN GEE 36
KERRIE 36
JILL MITCHELL 36
LUCKY HEATHER 35
PHIL STANDEN 34
TONY CHAD 33
AARON ADAMSON 33
SCOTT McCARTHY 32
LOL BATES 32
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 28
CLIFF & RAY 27
MATT BOLTON 27
NIGEL MORRISON 27

KHMC Tipsters Week 31 Entry Form

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 29 Results

Quite a high scoring week for most people, especially compared to the week before, with Talisman taking third spot with 53 points, Bunty taking second spot with 55 points losing on a count back to Julia who also scored 55 points but managed 39 points on the top section.

It will not have escaped many peoples notice that Julia’s top section contained ten more points than Vinny’s whole entry, nor the fact that only eight people scored worse than Vinny, nor the fact that Julia is up to seventh spot in the league whilst Vinny slumps to a new low of 23rd. There was a comment made when Vinny got to second in the league along the lines of “it will never last” – many a true word spoken in jest.

Elsewhere in the league there was very little movement although Jamie did double his lead over Jill to two pts. In the Handicap Cup there was only one shock and that was Jamie going forward to the quarter finals with a victory over Jack, but then when you look at their positions in the league it says it all. Other results in the Cup saw Julia storm past Dan, Aaron squeeze past John Jenner, James beat Phil, Kingsnorths beat Darren, Ref’s Assistant beat Liam, No 1 Gleek beat Kevin and Cliff and Ray prevented an Allen family quarter final by beating Gordon.

1st Julia 55pts = £20 (39pts top section)
2nd Bunty 55pts = £10
3rd Talisman 53pts = £5

Total Goals = 28, Questions =
T Sunderland & West Brom
F Swansea failed
T 6 in total
F 35.7%
T 6 in total
F only 6
F only 1
F several with 3

JULIA’S JOKERS 55
BUNTY 55
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 53
THE KINGSNORTH’S 51
SCOTT McCARTHY 50
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 48
LOL BATES 48
DAN CHAMBERS 46
COLIN SMART 46
THE SILVER FOX 45
D’N'B 45
JAMES PITT 45
CLIFF & RAY 45
LONGBALL – BW 44
RANTING REF 43
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 43
THE ORGANISER 41
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 41
TONY CHAD 41
MATT REDMORE 40
AARON ADAMSON 40
SOUPY 40
CHADDIE 39
JAMIE MITCHELL 39
KEVIN WARD 38
IAN MARINER 38
MATT BOLTON 38
NO 1 GLEEK 38
JILL MITCHELL 38
PETER PAYNE 36
DARREN GEE 36
KERRIE 36
DAVID KNIGHT 35
BANNO 35
STEVE WINGATE 34
LIAM STONER 34
F.W.B 33
KIRSTEN REDMORE 33
JOHN JENNER 33
A NEW NO 9 31
JACK HEMENS 31
CHRIS ANDREWS 30
ANDY WESTGATE 30
GORDON ALLEN 29
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 29
LUCKY HEATHER 27
JOE ISTED 27
MIKE RAMIRA 26
PHIL STANDEN 26
JOHN BURLING 25
THE FITTERS – I&M 21
CHRIS KITCHER 21
NIGEL MORRISON 21

Week 30 attached. Please note the Cup Final game will be marked as home win for both sides and will take in extra time if played.

KHMC Tipsters Week 30 Entry Form

Beer Festival February 21st-23rd

Keymer & Hassocks Men’s Club hosts it’s Spring Beer Festival over the weekend of Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd February 2014. On the Saturday we are open to non-members to come in and if you like what you see, why not join the Club? Simply ask a member of the bar staff for more details.

We will be showing the days live football as well as England v Ireland in the Six Nations from Twickenham. We’ve got 14 great ales available for you to sample with a number from the extremely popular Dark Star Brewery. The following 11 will be on the stillage:

festivale1684 – Festivale 4.0% ABV
The 1648 Brewing Company is an award winning micro brewey based in East Hoathly, a small village close to Lewes. Founded in 2002, they currently produce 17 beers. Festivale was produced for an arts festival and is a light, pale coloured beer with an unexpected under tone of fresh apple and floral sweetness.

halcyon-hopeBaseline – Halcyon Hop Haze 4.0% ABV
A big favourite from the Summer Beer Festival we’re delighted to have this straw coloured Pale Ale from the Baseline micro brewery based out at Small Dole back again. Considerable amounts of dry hopping give this beer a natural haze (it is also unfined). The hops give plenty of aroma and a spicy, resinous, grapefruit flavour.

hoopy-golden-aleBedlam – Hoppy Golden Ale 4.2%
Hoppy Golden Ale is brewed as a traditional English session bitter, using a good balance of American Summit and Cluster hops gently added late in the boil, and a touch of roasted barley to give it an inviting copper colour. It’s a new addition to the Beer Festival and comes from Bedlam’s pictureqsue brewery in Albourne Manor House at the foot of the South Downs.

festivalDark Star – Festival 5.0% ABV
One of three ales from the extremely popular Dark Star Brewery that we’ve got in for the 2014 Spring Beer Festival, Festival is a chestnut bronze-coloured bitter with a smooth mouthfeel and freshness; a classic style strong bitter brewed as a Dark Star version of Festive, a former great Sussex beer from King & Barnes.

devils-dykeDownlands – Devils Dyke Honey Porter 5.0% ABV
Small Dole is a bit of a haven when it comes to micro breweries in Sussex, with Downlands also basing their brewing operation there. Devils Dyke Honey Porter is a black coloured porter with a chocolate, roasted toffee malt aroma. It features a generous dash of honey which adds a sweet finish to the smokey flavours.

front-rowFullers – Front Row 3.8% ABV
Front Row is a wonderfully moreish 3.7% beer from Fullers which will be available throughout February and March to coincide with the Six Nations. It is a lovely light ruby coloured ale which is certain to quench the thirst even after the toughest battle in the scrum. Make sure you have a pint during the England game!

northern-lightsWJ King – Northern Lights 4.2% ABV
WJ King have supplied a number of popular ales to our Beer Festivals down the years and the latest one it Northern Lights. This crisp golden brew offers an alternative to the offerings of a dark winter warmer available in the colder months. On the nose a spicy herby mix derived from the use of coriander and Aurora hops.

poachers-moonWJ King – Poachers Moon 4.1% ABV
Our second offering from Horsham’s popular brewery WJ King is Poachers Moon. Poachers Moon is a gorgeous deep golden amber in colour with a distinct leafy hop aroma and it leaves a dry lingering bitterness in the aftertaste. Sweet toffee notes add to this autumnal beer thanks to Cara Red Malt.

old-manLong Man – Old Man 4.3% ABV
Long Man Brewery brew six beers at the foot of the Downs in the shadow of the Long Man of Wilmington and we’ve got one of them in the shape of Old Man. This original dark beer has soft malt notes of coffee and chocolate that combine with a pleasant light hoppiness to create a rich, full tasting Old Ale of times gone by.

As well as those nine beers on the stillage, we’ve got another four available on tap from the bar:

american-paleDark Star – American Pale Ale 4.7% ABV
The yeast strain used for the brewing of the pale, dry American Ales is specially imported from the USA, along with Cascade and Centennial hops, to produce this pale ale. The low colour Maris Otter malt provides a perfect light colour and dryness to complement the crisp taste and full aroma of the hops. The Chairman’s personal favourite.

bockDark Star – Bock 5.6% ABV
Our third and final offering from Dark Star is Bock with has come about through a collaboration with the great Saltaire Brewery. Dark Star’s joint take on one of their favourite styles of beer. Rich dark brown in colour, this crisp beer celebrates one of the classic beer styles. At 5.6%, it will get the job done!

london-prideFullers – London Pride 4.1% ABV
A rich, smooth and wonderfully balanced beer, its distinctive malty base is complemented by well developed hop character, from adding Target, Challenger and Northdown varieties to the brew. This ale is a classic and known across the country if not the world. It is available day in, day out at the Club on tap and proves popular with the members.

doom-barSharps – Doom Bar 4.0%
According to Sharps, Doom Bar is the best selling locally produced beer in the entire South West region. It’s popularity is such that it can now be found as far afield as Italy, Sweden, and Japan as well as in Keymer & Hassocks. A smooth-drinking, creamy beer with a luxurious toffeed palate that is quickly overtaken by an incisive bite of bitter hops.

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 28 Results

Well if nothing else the discussion about The Organisers ruling on the questions made him look again and realise that he had not looked at peoples answer to question one in relation to their prediction for Sheffield Weds v Charton, the net result being two more pts for five people and Peter winning with a revised total of 46 points. Second spot went to Steve W with 43 points beating Colin who also had 43 points on a count back. Last place went to Liam whose 10 points also went to the seven people who forgot to enter.

In the cup there were facile victories for FWB, D’n’B and James as their opponents failed to send in their entry and well earned wins for Gordon, Lucky Heather, Colin, Steve and Peter, which sees them progress to the quarter finals. In the league it is getting very tight at the top with 61 points separating the top ten people.

Finally we should all spare a thought for Tony Chad who selected a Charlton goal scorer who if you had his name on the back of your shirt you would have to be the size of FWB and Aaron put together none other than “GHOOCHANNEJHAD” – shame the game was cancelled as rumour has it Paul Merson would have been reporting on the game for Sky. Handicap Cup next week for those of you still in it, concentrating on the league for the rest of us.

1st Peter Payne 46pts = £20
2nd Steve W 43pts = £10 (33pts top section)
3rd Colin Smart 43pts = £5

Total Goals = 26, Questions =
F Only 2
V Void
F Chelsea failed
F 26 in total
T Liverpool
T 5 in total
F 39 in total
F Reading

PETER PAYNE 46
STEVE WINGATE 43
COLIN SMART 43
LONGBALL – BW 40
MATT BOLTON 35
BANNO 35
LUCKY HEATHER 33
AARON ADAMSON 31
F.W.B 30
THE FITTERS – I&M 30
KEVIN WARD 29
MATT REDMORE 29
MIKE RAMIRA 29
DAVID KNIGHT 29
JAMES PITT 29
PETER MARTIN 28
A NEW NO 9 27
JACK HEMENS 27
KIRSTEN REDMORE 26
GORDON ALLEN 25
RANTING REF 24
JULIA’S JOKERS 24
JILL MITCHELL 23
JOHN JENNER 23
SCOTT McCARTHY 22
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 22
CHRIS ANDREWS 21
JOE ISTED 21
TONY CHAD 21
ANDY WESTGATE 21
THE SILVER FOX 21
KERRIE 21
CLIFF & RAY 20
THE KINGSNORTH’S 19
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 19
D’N'B 18
JOHN BURLING 17
THE ORGANISER 17
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 14
JAMIE MITCHELL 14
DAN CHAMBERS 13
SOUPY 13
NO 1 GLEEK 13
IAN MARINER 12
BUNTY 11
DARREN GEE 11
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 10
CHADDIE 10
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 10
LOL BATES 10
LIAM STONER 10
CHRIS KITCHER 10
NIGEL MORRISON 10
PHIL STANDEN 10

KHMC Tipsters Week 29 Entry Form

Tipsters 2013/14 – Week 27 Results

Well it looks like Gordon has booked up his summer holidays and has started collecting from the Tipsters as he and his daughter Debbie make it a family day by taking first and second spot with 52 points and 40 points with Bunty claiming third spot on 39 points thanks to a maximum on the questions that he did not set himself. The questions did cause a few problems for Jill who became the second person this year to produce an exact mirror image of the questions and get zero points.

Not a good week if you support a team from Manchester or if like everyone you put them down to win and like everyone got no points. Our Fulham supporters didn’t even put them down for a draw although Mike did have them to score a goal, which is more than 50 other entrants did.

Whilst on the subject of goal scorers Cliff & Ray, the latter being the other Fulham supporter that anybody knows of, put down Hazle to score for Chelsea. There is of course a tenuous link because co creator of the TV detective series Hazell, Terry Venables, did of course play for Chelsea during his career, also lots of TV Detectives come from Belgium, Poirot to name one, and Eden Hazard comes from Belgium and does in fact play for Chelsea. Now you can see the trouble we have trying to mark your sheets.

In the league there was very little in the way of major movement although Kevin moved into second spot but then he was only two points off of that place last week, and it must be getting squeaky bum time for Scott as his lead is now reduced to just 12 points from the closing pack.

FA Cup this week for those of you who are still in it and a load of crap games of those of us who are not. Have Fun.

1st No 1 Gleek 52pts = £20
2nd Our Gordon 40pts = £10
3rd Bunty 39pts = £5

Total Goals = 29, Questions =
T In the first game
T 13 in total
T exactly 7
F nowhere near
T In the first game
T Swansea 85mins
F only 52%
T by 3

NO 1 GLEEK 52
GORDON ALLEN 40
BUNTY 39
PHIL STANDEN 38
COLIN SMART 37
KIRSTEN REDMORE 36
VINNY’S INVINCIBLES 36
KEVIN WARD 34
DAN CHAMBERS 34
MIKE RAMIRA 33
CHRIS ANDREWS 33
A NEW NO 9 32
THE KINGSNORTH’S 31
MATT REDMORE 30
TALISMAN SAT VOLT 30
IAN MARINER 30
JOE ISTED 29
DARREN GEE 29
D’N'B 29
MATT BOLTON 29
RANTING REF 28
THE ORGANISER 28
DAVID KNIGHT 28
ASSISTANT RANTING REF 27
TONY CHAD 27
JOHN JENNER 27
THE FITTERS – I&M 26
SCOTT McCARTHY 25
PETER PAYNE 25
LIAM STONER 25
JAMIE MITCHELL 25
JULIA’S JOKERS 24
GEORGE HUTCHINSON 24
JUSTIN TOUSSAINT 23
THE SILVER FOX 23
JACK HEMENS 23
JOHN BURLING 22
CHADDIE 22
CLIFF & RAY 22
ANDY WESTGATE 22
F.W.B 21
LUCKY HEATHER 20
CHRIS KITCHER 20
LOL BATES 19
STEVE WINGATE 18
SOUPY 18
AARON ADAMSON 18
KERRIE 18
LONGBALL – BW 17
JAMES PITT 16
BANNO 15
JILL MITCHELL 15
NIGEL MORRISON 15

KHMC Tipsters Week 28 Entry Form

Beer Festival February 21st-23rd

We are staging our spring beer festival on the weekend of February 21st to 23rd, including an Open Day during which the Club can welcome non-members who might want to try us out.

We’ll have our usual wide selection of local and regional ales available for you to try, all at very reasonable prices,

Hassocks Beer Festival is back - February 21st-23rd 2013

Hassocks Beer Festival is back – February 21st-23rd 2013

so please do your best to support this important event as well as you normally do. We’ll be asking you for your opinions on the ales on offer and we’d really appreciate your thoughts.

Saturday is the most important day for us since that will be an Open Day at which you can all bring unlimited guests into the Club to show them what fantastic facilities we have available to us. We’re very keen to recruit new members so please do your best to bring friends who might not know us that well along.

Of course, you can bring the usual number of friends in to the Club at any time as well so if you feel Friday or Sunday is a better day please come in then.

We’ll have tasting notes available to you very shortly, so you can work out what you want to try first and go from there. Remember the beer will be at its best and most available on Friday and Saturday.

For those of you less interested in the ale, the usual sports will be on the TVs and we’ll be letting you know what is scheduled as soon as we’ve got this weekend out of the way.

Football this week

This week we have some great football on our televisions. Showing on BT we have Aston Villa’s game at Cardiff tonight and then tomorrow is the big one as Arsenal take on Manchester United, again on BT.

And its FA Cup weekend from Saturday, with BT bringing us the Saints game away at Sunderland and, as they won’t have had enough pain, Arsenal vs Liverpool. We’ll also be showing the Man City vs Chelsea game on ITV on Saturday evening, complete with a managerial scrap as a sideshow.

More details to come closer to the weekend.