Forty-eight of you took to the board at various times this season (including Mr D Fault who was unfortunately pressed into action in Rounds 9 & 10). Skip has compiled these stats that show players in descending score, then games, then alphabetical order.
|Neatherway, A Philip||11||4||3||4||5½||50.00%|
|Kocan, Barry A||8||4||1||3||4½||56.25%|
|Wedge, David C||8||4||0||4||4||50.00%|
|Manley, Jon P||6||3||2||1||4||66.67%|
|Zakarian, Dimitrios Levon||10||2||3||5||3½||35.00%|
|Phan, Stefanus Kf||6||3||1||2||3½||58.33%|
|Curran, David P||7||2||2||3||3||42.86%|
|Dickinson, Tim R||3||3||0||0||3||100.00%|
|Jackson, Gary C||5||1||1||3||1½||30.00%|
|Evans, Christopher J||2||0||0||2||0||0.00%|
It turns out that Anand was an inspired mid-season signing, he leads the pack by score and number of wins. David Z had a good season on boards 2-4, only losing once.
Of players involved in 5 or more games, Joris, Jem and Roman were unbeaten all season, Jem posting 90%.
Juniors had quite a successful season, headed up by Anand of course but Tashika & Kenneth also did well in the firsts. 9 juniors played, 63 games split as +25 =19 -19 for a haul of 34½ points.
University players were well-represented. If we count Exeter man Cameron as a honorary Uni player, we had eight such players this season, 25 games, +13 =7 -5 for 16½ points. Two Uni players posted 100% scores: Justin & Rishit, albeit from only two / one games.
Drawmeisters were Graham (six) and Neil (five). David W was at the other end of that spectrum: when he lost a tricky B + 2 v oppB + N + 1 endgame in Round 11 he maintained his perfection in that regard. Will with five wins and five defeats to go with his one draw was the next-most cut-throat player.
Finally, five players were ever-present: Tashika, Will, Graham, Phil N, Steve; Jan & Dima each missed only one game.