March 1st - Two entertaining games kicked off the March competition. Goalkeeping errors had Roy Keane fuming in his pundit role at Goodison Park. Firstly, David de Gea launched a clearance against Dominic Calvert-Lewin to give Everton the lead. Then Jordan Pickford didn't cover himself in glory either, allowing Bruno Fernandes to equalise for the visitors. The game ended in controversy as VAR ruled out what would have been a late winner from Calvert-Lewin in injury time. Carlo Ancelotti then got sent off for his troubles....

Wolves twice came from behind to win three-two at Spurs. Steven Bergwijn and Serge Aurier had the hosts ahead twice either side of a Matt Doherty equaliser. However, second half goals from Diogo Jota and Raul Jiminez saw Wolves travel home with the three points and climb to sixth in the table, just three points behind fourth placed Chelsea.

Joe Behan and Liam Geraghty were the two people to pick up fifteen points from those two games. A host of people are five points behind on ten - full details below:
 


March 7th and 8th - Liverpool recovered from recent wobbles to go 25 points clear at the top of the table. Callum Wilson fired the Cherries ahead but goals from Mo Salah and Sadio Mane sent a nervy Anfield faithful home knowing they're just 9 points away from their first league title. Salah made it twenty goals in all competitions for the third consecutive season since Michael Owen.... And 9 became 6 on Sunday afternoon as United got the better of City in the Manchester Derby. Antony Martial scored the opener in the first half and Scott McTominay added the second in injury time with the assist from Ederson. That win, cheered as louldy in Liverpool as in the Red half of Manchester, leaves United in fifth place and still in with a great shot of a champions league place.

The battle for fourth spot tightened up on Saturday afternoon. Billy Sharp scored the only goal at Bramall Lane as Sheffield United moved to within two points of Chelsea. Wolves will consider a nil-all draw at home to Brighton as two points dropped. Chelsea put four past Everton on Sunday afternoon to get their champions league challenge back on track. Goals from Mason Mount, Pedro, Willian and Olivier Giroud ensured an unhappy return to Stamford Bridge for Carlo Ancelotti.

Tottenham continue to flatter to deceive under Jose Mourinho. They needed a second half penalty from Dele Alli to earn a point at Turf Moor. Chris Wood had Burnley in the lead in the first half in that game. Arsenal picked up a badly needed three points at home to West Ham - Alexandre Lacazette scored twelve minutes from time at the Emirates.

Newcastle picked up a big three points at Southampton. Allan Saint-Maximin scored the winner for Steve Bruce's side after Moussa Djenepo had been sent off for the Saints. Crystal Palace look safe after they moved on to 39 points after a one-nil win at home to Watford.

Aidan White leads the March competition with a score of fifty points so far. He's one point clear of Bobby Hynes and Trevor Byrne. Jonathan Fox and Kris Stainton complete the top five so far - full details below:
 


Premier League 2019-2020 - March Leaderboard
No.
Lst Chg
Name
Team Name
Pts
Lst
Chg
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1
27
26
Aidan White
Return of the Villans
50
0
50





2
3
1
Bobby Hynes
Born To Run
49
10
39
3
13
10
Trevor Byrne
Noddys 11
49
10
39
4
9
5
Jonathan Fox
Klopp Of The League
47
10
37
5
53
48
Kris Stainton
Ole's Revolutionaries
47
0
47
6
12
6
Paul Prendergast
The Untouchables
45
10
35
7
57
50
Ralph Goodwin
Gorey Celtic Stars
45
0
45
8
26
18
Craig Calvert
United Manchester FC
44
2
42
9
33
24
Brian Haughton
The Wexicans
42
0
42
10
6
-4
Frank McSweeney
Poolabu
42
10
32
11
8
-3
Gerry Moore
Unai Has The Pepe In His Step
42
10
32
12
11
-1
Paul Moore
TAA LAA
42
10
32
13
1
-12
Joe Behan
Melchester Rovers
39
15
24
14
32
18
Brendan Maguire
Cantthinkofone
37
0
37
15
35
20
Caroline Carroll
Mane 10
37
0
37
16
39
23
Dave McGinley
Reservoir Dubs
37
0
37
17
45
28
Gavin Morgan
Aimless Wanderers
37
0
37
18
48
30
Graham Goodwin
Pochettino's Parrot
37
0
37
19
2
-17
Liam Geraghty
What Shade of Blue?
37
15
22
20
56
36
Phil Doyle
FC Muertos Errantes
37
0
37
21
19
-2
Gary McGurk
Origi In Madrid
35
5
30
22
60
38
Wayne Donovan
Deprive The Five
35
0
35
23
22
-1
Philip Jordan
Frankie's Army
34
5
29
24
16
-8
Anastas Popov
Super Saints
32
5
27
25
34
9
Brian Prendergast
Magical Mustafi
32
0
32
26
20
-6
Joe Turner
The Joy of Six
32
5
27
27
14
-13
Liam Keohan
Irish Gunner
32
7
25
28
54
26
Mai-Ly Turner
Mo The Magnificent
32
0
32
29
17
-12
Brian Mullen
Where's Tony Galvin Now?
30
5
25
30
4
-26
Ciaran O'Hart
Riverchapel Plate
30
10
20
31
5
-26
Darragh Kenny
Luca Connell CSC
30
10
20
32
43
11
Eoghan Farrelly
Last Chance Saloon
30
0
30
33
10
-23
Matthew Lynch
The Village Idiots
30
10
20
34
24
-10
Sean O'Mairtin
Creweless
30
5
25
35
29
-6
Andy Dunne
Matipswich Town
29
0
29
36
40
4
David Cooney
Lifeafterhazard
29
0
29
37
47
10
Gerry Draper
Everton10
27
0
27
38
23
-15
Roisin Joyce
LCR FC
27
5
22
39
7
-32
Gary Fitzpatrick
Sun's Out Gunn's Out
25
10
15
40
51
11
Karl Boland
Boaty McBoatface FC
25
0
25
41
52
11
Kevin Philpott
Kevlaar
25
0
25
42
15
-27
Aidan Scanlon
Kilflynn Santos
22
5
17
43
18
-25
Callum Dunne
Seattle Sound Lads
22
5
17
44
38
-6
Damien Martin
Rath Rovers
22
0
22
45
42
-3
Eamon Fox
It's Never Over, Never Really Over
20
0
20
46
50
4
John Brophy
Carrig Combo
20
0
20
47
25
-22
Victoria Reid
Tristan's Titans
20
5
15
48
58
10
Richard Johnston
Ba Mhaith Liom Cupan Tae
17
0
17
49
37
-12
Con McSweeney
Dowtcha Boys
15
0
15
50
21
-29
Micheal Joyce
At Last 2019
15
5
10
51
41
-10
Declan O'Neill
Athletico Spurs
10
0
10
52
55
3
Niall Carroll
Dejan 6
10
0
10
53
49
-4
Javier Suarez
Tika Taka
4
0
4
54
30
-24
Anthony Michaels
Offside Ref
2
0
2
55
31
-24
Barry McGoldrick
The Blarney Pilgrims
2
0
2
56
36
-20
Chris Keohan
Moves Like Agger
2
0
2
57
28
-29
Aiden Desch
NumNuts
0
0
0
58
44
-14
Gary Donnelly
Storm A Brewstering….
0
0
0
59
46
-13
Gerard McCluskey
Breffni Blues 2019
0
0
0
60
59
-1
Simon Scanlon
Taking It Serious This Year
0
0
0