Euro 2012 Predictor

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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Davie P » Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:44 pm

Well that makes things interesting! Italy - Spain final!

Carolyn now leads with 263 points and Kyle on 2 points behind on 261. Carolyn has Italy to win and Kyle has Spain so down to the final game!

May the best man win! ..............oh, aye that's right its a wumin and a boy! (shows how much us so called experts know about football!) :mrgreen:
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Davie P » Fri Jun 29, 2012 5:02 pm

Davie P wrote:Well that makes things interesting! Italy - Spain final!

Carolyn now leads with 263 points and Kyle on 2 points behind on 261. Carolyn has Italy to win and Kyle has Spain so down to the final game!

May the best man win! ..............oh, aye that's right its a wumin and a boy! (shows how much us so called experts know about football!) :mrgreen:


:oops: :oops:

What a howler! All to play for but Kyle remains in the lead on 261 with Carolyn on 253! Anyway, one game to go and either can win it! :-)
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Davie P » Fri Jun 29, 2012 8:47 pm

Here is the league table after last night's semi final - down to the final game with young Kyle and Carolyn to battle it out for first prize and £500. Kyle has Spain to win and Carolyn has Italy to win!

Ones with a green fill under Winners can still get 10 points. If you have a big fat zero like Colin Middleton does then you are finished :-)

I had a good stab at it eh?

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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Swanseajock » Sun Jul 01, 2012 5:38 pm

Well my money is on Kyle coming top. But I hope he doesn't hold his breath on my support, because my predictions have been rubbish :<> :?:
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby howlsatthemoon » Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:38 pm

Well done Kyle, remember the money is yours, spend it wisely ;0)
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Govangirl » Sun Jul 01, 2012 9:36 pm

Well done both of you, very clever! I am ecstatic that I got in the top 10 when I just about got in the top half last year so next year, look out!!!
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Swanseajock » Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:28 pm

Crikey, how easy was that? Spain murdered them. Well done Kyle :<> :P
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Davie P » Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:39 pm

Well there you go - it's all over and 9 year old Kyle Colville takes all the plaudits for coming out on top of the predictor with Spain winning the final last night. The local lad correctly guessed 14 out 15 predictions in the knock out stages to take top prize and £500. Carolyn Renton takes second place and £50 with Roy Colville third getting £20.

The final league table is shown below and highlights that 4 out of the top 6 were ladies highlighting how little us men really know about football!

Thanks to everyone who entered - without your participation there isn't any competition and kids football will benefit from the £590 raised. So many thanks again.

Kyle is pictured last night receiving his £500 first prize. Think the smile says it all. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Govangirl » Mon Jul 02, 2012 6:30 pm

Davie, thanks for all your hard work and thanks for showing the wee smasher of the lad getting his prize. Well done to him, he really knows his football!! And all power tae us wummen!!! :D
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby TYM » Mon Jul 02, 2012 9:26 pm

Agree totally GG. Well done to all the winners and especially Kyle. 14 results out of the last 15 games is quite incredible. Superb organisation once again Davie. Nearly two years for you to prepare for the next one :) . More competition next time around for Spain with Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay likely to be in the mix.
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Hume » Tue Jul 03, 2012 8:53 am

TYM wrote: . More competition next time around for Spain with Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay likely to be in the mix.


..and maybe Sco... ok maybe not.

Well done to Kyle for such an impressive run of correct predictions and to the 'promoter' of the comp Mr P.

I'll claim the prize of the biggest faller, a full 103 places from the end of Round 1 - equally impressive with only 116 participants. :cry:
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Davie P » Tue Jul 03, 2012 8:22 pm

Hume wrote:I'll claim the prize of the biggest faller, a full 103 places from the end of Round 1 - equally impressive with only 116 participants. :cry:


Didn't quite realise that until you pointed it out. I thought I was bad but that is just horrendous! :-) :lol: I bet Mrs McGeachy is laughing at us now after her mere 4 points after the first stage to go on and predict the winner!! :-)

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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Swanseajock » Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:17 pm

TYM wrote:Agree totally GG. Well done to all the winners and especially Kyle. 14 results out of the last 15 games is quite incredible..

I bet his Granny will be saying "That's the McCallum in him" :lol: :lol: :lol: :D :D (sorry Barry :oops: )
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Re: Euro 2012 Predictor

Postby Sheik Yir Erse » Wed Jul 04, 2012 11:56 pm

I'm not sure what concerns me most about the photo:

(a) A child being rewarded for gambling
(b) Davie P blatantly handing Kyle £50 and telling him it's £500
(c) the wallpaper
(d) all of the above


Probably have to go with (d) :lol:
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