Above Average have lived up to their name in the Winmau Centre Monday Night League as they have completed their eighteen fixtures losing just one and taking the title with 656 points, a lead of 22 over runners up Misfits who lost three of their fixtures.
The Untouchables won the title way back in the 2015 season and in the last three out of four seasons have been runners up, however this season they finished third with 621 points some 35 short of the champions.
A thought for Three Men And A Lady who completed all eighteen fixtures without a single win or draw to end the campaign with 127 points.
At the time of going to print the current situation in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League is that Adam Quinton leads the way on 127 points from his 26 games. Second in the table Jordan Ward is twelve points off the top with two games in hand and third placed Chris Manoila, who like Quinton has also played 26 games is on 109 points.
Sam Aitkens makes up the top four with 106 points from a total of 25 fixtures and is in a position to overtake third in the table Manoila should he get better than a 4-3 or better result in his game in hand.
Well what can you say about fifth placed player Mick Baker who has won the league title plus the lucrative benefits that go with it supplied by Winmau of twelve months sponsorship for the last four seasons. Baker, despite his lowly position and 96 points has only played an unbeaten seventeen games, he has a huge nine in hand on leader Quinton nine games that could net him a possible 63 points which would take his tally to 159 and give him a massive 32 points lead over the rest of the field.
Could this be a fifth consecutive title for Baker? Only time will tell but watch this space and see how he progresses.