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Sunday, October 18, 2020 -
John O'Driscoll has moved into first place in the October competition after this weekend's games - you can see the leaderboard by clicking here....

Liam Geraghty has moved into first place in the overall competition - you can see the updated standings in the main contest by clicking here...

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 -
Congratulations to Derek Brady and his appropriately named Liverpool team who win our first monthly prize of the season. You can see the final leaderboard for September (assuming no manager leaves in the next six hours!) by clicking here...

The second round of our league cup competition took place weekend - click here to see who's made it through to the last 32...

Sunday, September 20,2020 - This week's rambling on the blog sees a little recap of sixteen years of block 102. See if you recognise the names of any of our winners going back to 2006 on the blog...

Saturday, September 12, 2020 - We've ended up with an excellent 75 people taking part. Welcome to all the debutants taking part and good luck for the new season! Subject to rounding up the last of entrance fees (hint hint....) I can confirm the following prizes for the 2020-2021 season:

Overall first prize - €200
Overall second prize - €100
Overall third prize - €75
Overall fourth prize - €50
Ten monthly prize winners - €25 each
League Cup winner - €50
FA Cup winner - €50

Sunday, July 26, 2020 - It's congratulations to Eamon Fox who retains the title of Block 102 champion by just two points. Kevin de Bruyne's late goal against Norwich mightn't mean anything in the grand scheme of things but it was enough to turn a five-pointer into a ten-pointer and deny Anastas Popov the title. You can see the final standings for the season by visiting here...

Well done too to Victoria Reid who put in a great final week of the season to win the final monthly prize of 2019-2020 - you can see the final standings for July here....

    How Does It All Work Then?
Points are earned from predicting the scorelines in each match in the 2020-2021 Premier League season - for each game in the league you'll get either zero, five or ten points depending how close you are to getting the scoreline exactly right.

You can now pay your entrance fee via the PayPal button below. The charge for 2020-21 will remain at €10.50 with all entrance fees collected less transaction charges going into the prize fund:

There'll be a weekly update with the latest scores as the competition progresses.


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