Top 50 managers for March

18 April, 2008

1 Paul Morgan Rafaelites 91

2 Steve Kitchen Lish Athletic 90

3 Kieren Hawken Wine Rack Wanderers 90

4 Graham Power Grays-Go-Nads 90

5 Danny Mobley Mobley's Mobsters 86

6 Matt Johnston The Arse 86

7 Luke Howard Lukeyunits Red Devils 86

8 Tim Evans Boys of 87 85

9 Jaimin-Rushil Patel Allstar 11 85

10 David Perera Kim Possible 85

11 Ste Yates Rafa's Rejects 84

12 Carl Taylor *Mega Stars* 83

13 Danny McCann Colinmill Kopite 83

14 Daniel Taylor Third Party Manager 82

15 Ben Rea Optimus Primate

81

16 Kirit Patel Classic Wines 81

17 Andrew Durham Durham's Destroyers 81

18 Ruari Meehan Athletico Rawree 80

19 David Lunn Ronny7 80

20 Paul Unsworth Wine Cellar 11 80

21 Nick Hedges Hybrid Heroes FC 80

22 Richard Hall RED MARAUDER 79

23 Mat Leach Mat's Bargain Boozers 79

24 James Barrow JB Elite 79

25 Andy Campion Probably the best

Agger in the world 79

26 Mark Lemon Lels Angels 79

27 Mathew Foot Towering Dwarfs 79

28 Stu Taylor Arsenal 79

29 Daniel Mackie Whitstable Town

Reserves 79

30 Stuart Gill Wine & Spirit B Side 78

31 Richard E Stubbs Beastminster 636 78

32 Jeff Short Hedge End Heros 78

33 Uday Lal Kaka's XI 78

34 Matthew Norbury Crash Bang Wallop XI 78

35 Joanne Hendy Pompey Prostars 77

36 Patrick Wiseman Topnotcheleven 77

37 David Kenyon Red Devils 76

38 Kevin McGowan Monthehoops 76

39 Phil Hartley Franchise Fairies 75

40 Alex Gittins Chomped 75

41 Steven Oliver Steveo's-tannerstigers 75

42 Andrew Guppy HoldenHurst Express 75

43 Graham Jones BBepos UTD 75

44 Susan Carson The Goofy Goobers 75

45 Nathan Sweetman The Year of the Dogg 75

46 Jack Hibberd Matchstick Men 74

47 Craig Wakefield The Express FC 74

48 Bernadette Booth The Local; Waste

of Space 74

49 Kieran Phillips A Class 74

50 JP Round (Re) Living The

Dream 74




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