Scoreboard - Top 10

Date: 25/11/2020

PositionNameMonkeys beatenPoints
1Jon Wilkes*1000212.3
2Sharon Royston**991180.9
3Kay Williamson*****988175.2
4Josh Allison*985170.1
5Lucy Mearns963156.7
6Robin Holderness*****956155.4
7Andrew Grant**953153.4
8Alex Balchin948152.6
9Ruth Flory*931149.5
10Natalie Ogden*****931149.5

(*) Asterisks indicate the number of previous seasons played (showing up to a maximum of five)

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