Doctor Who Rare Entries Contests

DWRE4: 11 July 2006

Results

Answers were slower than usual to come in, but we ended up with 30; a 
decent number, but less than I hoped given for the theoretically 
greater appeal of the New Series contest. Joint winners are Neil Toynay 
and Wilf with an excellent score of just 16. First-time entrant 
Dannyboy is third with a very impressive 60, despite one wrong answer - 
and these in a contest with the worst scores well into the millions! 
Congratulations to them, Here are the top answer slates (slightly 
abbreviated). Use a monospaced font for proper alignment. 

     NEIL TOYNAY            WILF                   DANNYBOY 
0    Matt                   K9 Mark IV             Captain Reynolds 
1    Lucy Robinson          Simon Greenall         Jo Stone-Fewings 
2    Stories w/ Pete Tyler  Eps w/ P. Wilton       Writers start w/M 
3    Dave Martin            Marc Platt             Kit Pedler 
4    K9 Mark IV             Ghost hunting kit      Dimens'l Trans'ism 
5    National Lottery       Big Brother            News clips on phones 
6    Tizana's pizza         Albion Hospital        Between two crates 
7    Sisters of Plenitude   Sisters of Plenitude   Sycorax 
8    Jump Mr Malinoff,Jump  DWM diary              [WRONG] 
9    Peter Chester          Dave Houghton          Endaf Emyr Williams 

To review the scoring: 
The scores on the different questions are MULTIPLIED to produce a final 
score for each entrant. Low score wins; a perfect score is 1. If your 
answer to a question is correct, then your score is the number of 
people who gave that answer, or an answer I consider equivalent. A 
wrong answer, or a skipped question, gets a high score as a penalty. 
This is the median of: 
- the number of entrants 
- the square root of that number, rounded up to an integer 
- double the largest number of entrants giving the same answer (right 
or wrong) as each other on the question 

Here is the complete table of scores. 

RANK     SCORE    ENTRANT             Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 

 1          16    Neil Toynay          4  1  1  1  2  1  1  2  1  1 
 =          16    Wilf                 1  2  1  1  1  1  2  2  1  2 
 3          60    DannyBoy             1  1  1  2  1  1  1  5 WR  1 
 4         192    mw_x                 4  2  1  1  1  2  1  6  1  2 
 5         288    chriskelk            1  2  1  8  1  3  2  3  1  1 
 6       1,680    BeyondtheVoid        2  2  1  5  1  1  2  3  2  7 
 7       1,920    Christopher Gerardy  4  2  4  5  1  1  2  6  1  1 
 8       3,360    Jonathan Morris      2  2  4  5  2  1  1  3  1  7 
 9       3,456    JesseS               1  1  4  8  2  1  2  3  3  3 
10       5,376    Llama Roddy          1  2  1  8  2  2  1  6  2  7 
11       5,400    Ceadge               1  2  1  5 12  1  1  5  3  3 
12       7,680    Fortmap              6  2  1  8  4  1  1  5  2  2 
13       8,640    Yohinchild           5  1  1  2  4  1  3  6 WR  2 
14       9,072    BTN                  3  1  1  6  2  1  2  6  3  7 
15      12,096    Hotmissile           2  2  1  6 12  1  2  3  1  7 
16      13,440    John Dorney          6  1  1  8  4  1  1  5  1 WR 
17      15,120    Peter Scandrett      5  1  1  6  1  1  2  6  3 WR 
18      19,200    Andrew Lowrie        1  3  2  4  2  5  8  5  2  1 
19      23,328    Affirmation          6  2  1  6 12  1  3  3  3  1 
20      24,192    exterminateallhumans 6  3  1  8  2  3  2  1  1 WR 
21      28,800    Dave Jones           6  2 WR  5  2  5  2  3  1  1 
22      31,104    Biggles              2  2  1  6 12  1  1  6 WR  3 
23      34,560    Sean                 4  2  1  4 12  5  1  3  2  3 
 =      34,560    Simon Kinnear        5  2  1  8  4  3  3  6  1  2 
25      48,384    cols123              3  1  1 WR  2  1  3  2 WR WR 
26      77,760    Artyclarty           3  2  1  6  1 WR  3  6 WR  2 
27     311,040    Chris Brannigan      6  1  2  4 12  5  1  6 WR  3 
28   1,161,216    kiwikat              1 WR WR WR  2  3  1  6 WR  7 
29   2,721,600    Aaon                 5  3  4  4 12  5  3  3  3  7 
30   8,294,400    Michael S Collins    5  1 WR  8 12 WR  2  6 WR  3 

Here is the complete list of answers given. Each list shows correct 
answers in the order worst to best (most to least popular). >>> 
indicates that the "more specific variant" scoring was used. 

There was no problem with public posting of answers this time round, 
I'm pleased to say. 

0. Name someone who has seen the TARDIS appear or disappear. 

6 The Doctor (The Parting of the Ways) 
5 Charles Dickens 
4 Matt (Army of Ghosts) 
3 Rose Tyler 
2 Adam (The Long Game) 
2 Sarah Jane Smith 
1 Abzorbaloff 
1 Bev (Bridesmaid, Father's Day) 
1 Captain Reynolds 
1 Harriet Jones 
1 K9 Mark IV 
1 Mickey Smith 
1 The Abzorbaloff 
1 The Emperor Dalek 

Dickens proved to be a popular answer here, maybe because seeing the 
TARDIS disappear is a profound moment for him. As usual, The Doctor and 
Rose feature strongly with several people commenting that no-one else 
will want to be this obvious. This strategy tends not to work. Of 
course, now I've said that it may... One entrant submitted "The 
Ninth Doctor", but since I have previously ruled that a person who 
regenerates is still the same person, this is not a more specific 
variant here. 

Matt is the chap in Army of Ghosts who sees the TARDIS on his monitor 
and it may be this "one-remove" plus his recent appearance which 
accounts for his strong showing. 

The Emperor Dalek and K9 both just about scrape in as "someone"s 
and the other answers were uncontroversial. Other right answers not 
given include Jackie Tyler, Sycorax Leader, Alex (The Christmas 
Invasion) and various people in the church in Father's Day. 

1. Name an actor who has appeared in both the new series of Doctor Who 
and in any episode or episodes of "The Bill" 

3 Elisabeth Sladen 
2 David Tennant 
2 Dona Croll 
2 Freema Agyeman 
2 Judy Holt 
2 Marc Warren 
2 Noel Clarke 
2 Rupert Vansittart 
2 Simon Greenall 
1 Annette Badland 
1 Danny Webb 
1 Ellen Thomas 
1 Jo Stone-Fewings 
1 John Leeson 
1 Lucy Robinson 
1 Rochelle Gadd 
1 Silas Carson 
1 Simon Day 
1 Tim Faraday 
Wrong 
1 No answer given 

Plenty to choose from here, with familiar faces like Elisabeth Sladen, 
Noel Clarke, Marc Warren and Freema Agyman (who inspired the question) 
tending to do better than the more obscure actors. I was surprised 
David Tennant didn't get more votes. 

Judy Holt was Adam's mum in The Long Game and had a recurring role in 
The Bill in 2002. Dona Kroll was a Cat-Nun and appeared in two roles in 
The Bill, seven years apart. I suspect their score of 2 among the more 
well-known faces (in quite a flat distribution) is just coincidence. 

2. Name something there were exactly three of in the new series. 

4 Episodes with five word titles 
2 Big Brother housemates 
1 Announced Torchwood regular cast members 
1 Appearances of The Face of Boe 
1 Cars (not vans) Mickey Smith drives 
1 Ds in 'Blaidd Drwg Project' 
1 Episodes containing Daleks broadcast in 2005 
1 Episodes featuring Penelope Wilton 
1 Episodes featuring the Slitheen 
1 Episodes set before 20th century 
1 Episodes with 'The' as the first and fourth words 
1 Forest of Cheem 
1 Ghost-hunting pods 
1 Male companions 
1 Metal objects TARDIS crashed into 
1 People in Rose's family 
1 Reality shows on Satellite 5 
1 Robot TV Presenters 
1 Stories featuring Pete Tyler 
1 Transmission blocks 
1 Versions of end title music 
1 Ways to enter Battersea Power Station 
1 Writers whose first name starts with M 
Wrong 
1 Adherents of the Repeated Meme (five) 
1 People possessed by Cassandra (four) 
1 Things picked up by ninth Doctor in Rose's flat (four) 

A "use your imagination" rather than a "do your research" 
question which makes the collision on "five word titles" even more 
bizarre. You also have to be able to count - there were more than 
three Adherents of the Repeated Meme, and Cassandra possessed a patient 
as well as The Doctor, Chip and Rose. 

The three Torchwood cast members are John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Eve 
Myles (Gwyneth in The Unquiet Dead) and Naoko Mori (Doctor Sato in 
Aliens of London). 

After some thought, I accepted the answer "Ds in 'Blaidd Drwg 
Project'". This looks more like an answer to "What are there 
three of in 'Blaidd Drwg Project'?". I think if I give you a 
constraint, you can't add further constraints to make a wrong answer 
right - and there was no shortage of right answers here. Even the 
entrant commented that this was not a good answer. However, rejecting 
this would probably also have meant rejecting "Dalek episodes in 
2005" and "Cars Mickey Smith drives (not vans)" and I couldn't 
see a clear place to draw the line. 

"Things picked up by the Ninth Doctor in Rose's flat in Rose" 
falls into the same category, but thankfully this was an incorrect 
answer in any case: even if one discounts the Auton hand, the entrant 
forgot the letter addressed to Rose, citing only cards, book and 
magazine. 

The three versions of the end title music are Murray Gold's original, 
the National Orchestra of Wales version and the combination of both 
heard when the "Next Episode" preview is delayed. 

3. Name someone who received a credit on at least one episode of the 
new series, but who did not in fact work on that episode. 

8 Gerry Davis 
6 Ron Grainer 
5 Robert Holmes 
4 Terry Nation 
2 Kit Pedler 
1 Dave Martin 
1 Fintan Coyle 
1 Marc Platt 
Wrong 
1 Jo Joyner 
1 No answer given 

Generally this means people whose prior work was re-used, or to whom 
thanks are due. Ron Grainer was a popular answer - not surprising as 
I think he must be the most-credited person on Doctor Who, appearing in 
the credits of every episode bar one, I believe (ob-puzzle: name the 
one). See question 9 for more on him. 

I believe only two right answers were overlooked here. Dave Martin got 
a mention, but nobody picked fellow K9 creator Bob Baker. Similarly 
Fintan Coyle was submitted once, but fellow Weakest Link creator Cathy 
Dunning was never named. The entrant who submitted "Jo Joyner" 
seemed to think that she would be credited for her appearance in a 
flashback. This was not the case. 

4. Name a piece of Time Lord technology we have seen in the new series. 

12 TARDIS 
>>> 2 TARDIS power cell 
>>> 1 TARDIS console 
>>> 1 TARDIS oxygen masks 
4 Genesis Ark 
2 Anti-plastic 
2 Binoculars (The Empty Child) 
2 K9 Mark IV 
2 Sonic Screwdriver 
1 Dimensional Transcendentalism 
1 Ghost hunting kit 
1 Psychic Paper 
1 SIM card (The End of the World) 
1 TARDIS key 
1 Voidstuff detectors (3d glasses) 

A slight goof on my part. This question should have been better phrased 
so as not to imply that only the TARDIS and The Genesis Ark were 
correct answers. But even without assuming that gadgets in The 
Doctor's possession are "Time Lord technology" (on the basis that 
The Doctor is a Time Lord), some entrants managed to ferret out a few 
other right answers. TARDIS was overwhelmingly the most popular choice, 
however, hurt further by the presence of a number of more specific 
variants (it was the worst correct answer in the quiz, and the worst 
since DWRE1). 

Dimensional Transcendentalism is not a more specific variant of TARDIS 
due to its also being present in the Genesis Ark, nor is the TARDIS key 
a part of the TARDIS the way the console is. 

5. Name something which exists in the world today, which also features 
in the fictional world of the new series stories, and which did not 
exist in 1989. 

5 London Eye 
3 BBC News 24 
3 Rose's mobile phone 
>>> 1 Nokia 3200 
>>> 1 Samsung D500 
2 Toxic by Britney Spears 
1 Big Brother 
1 Bluetooth headsets 
1 Millennium Centre 
1 Most Haunted 
1 National Lottery 
1 Picture messaging by mobile phone 
1 Punkyfish clothing 
1 Roald Dahl Plass 
1 The Gherkin (The Swiss Re Tower) 
1 The Weakest Link 
1 The music of The Streets 
1 The word 'chav' 
1 Trisha 
1 Video news clips on mobile phones 
1 Weblogs 
Wrong 
2 Mobile phones (invented 1947, in existence since 1950s, in regular 
use by 1987) 

The two "trap" answers here were mobile phones (in common use by 
1987) and the Internet (which reached Britain in 1982 - although 
"World Wide Web" would have been a correct answer). Sadly for me, 
the Internet snared no-one and mobile phones only two - although more 
specific answers such as "Bluetooth headset" or "Nokia 3200" 
were obviously correct. Instead, to my surprise, The London Eye was the 
runaway top answer, along with a number of other modern landmarks. 21st 
century television programmes also featured very strongly. 

The music of "The Streets" is heard diagetically (no, you look it 
up!) in Father's Day and I believe Rose was seen in Punkyfish 
clothing in The Parting of the Ways. 

The Roald Dahl Plass is the area of Cardiff Bay which also contains the 
Millennium Centre. 

"The Weakest Link" caused me to pause for a moment, since "our" 
Weakest Link has not been seen on Doctor Who, only the Anne-Droid 
version. I eventually decided the question didn't require the 
fictional and real versions to be absolutely identical in every 
respect, and further that I think the implication is that The Weakest 
Link has been continually broadcast since the 21st century - or at 
least wasn't first invented on Satellite Five. 

6. Name somewhere the TARDIS has landed. 

8 London 

>>> 3 Albion Hospital 
>>> >>> 2 Cupboard inside Albion Hospital 
>>> 1 Jackie Tyler's flat 
>>> 1 Rear of Tizana's pizza restaurant 
>>> 1 The Powell Estate 
>>> 1 Between two crates, Dame Kelly Holmes Close 
3 Cardiff 
>>> 2 In front of Millennium Centre 
3 Dalek Command Ship 
3 New Earth 
>>> 2 New New York 
>>> >>> 1 Outskirts of New New York 
2 Bottom of the Satan Pit 
2 Raxacoricofallapatorius 
2 Woman wept 
1 Captain Jack's ship 
1 Florizel Street 
1 Parallel London 
1 Platform 1 
1 SS Madame du Pompadour 
1 Sycorax ship 
1 Utah 

This was designed to give the "more specific variant" scoring a 
workout, penalising those who cited a planet or a city ("London" 
was the worst answer despite only being given by one entrant!). No 
extra points for adding the year though. 

I guess there is an argument to be made for "parallel London" being 
a more specific variant of London, but none of the other places cited 
refer to places where the TARDIS has landed on parallel Earth, so it 
didn't seem right. 

Two entrants pointed out the TARDIS may not have materialised at the 
bottom of the Satan Pit but it certainly "landed" there. Good point 
and a correct answer. This question also should have read "somewhere 
we have seen the TARDIS land". This would have ruled out journeys we 
only heard about, two of which, Raxacoricofallapatorius and Woman Wept 
(mentioned in Boom Town), turned out to be a bit of a trap - so no 
harm done!! 

"In front of Millennium Centre" and "Roald Dahl Plass" were 
treated as equivalent (since they both describe the same landing, with 
about the same accuracy). 

No wrong answers here, and the rest of the correct answers seem 
uncontroversial. 

7. Name an alien race which we have seen at least two members of, and 
heard at least one speak. 

6 Forest of Cheem 
6 Ood 
5 Sycorax 
3 Gelth 
3 Krillitanes 
3 Raxacoricofallapatorians 
2 Daleks 
>>> 1 Daleks made from human tissue 
2 Sisters of Plenitude 

As far as I can tell, all possible right answers were given, with a 
pretty flat distribution and no wrong answers either. Sorry for setting 
such a boring question!! 

Most ingenious answer (and also best-scoring) was Daleks made from 
human tissue, successfully differentiating the Daleks made from humans 
harvested on Satellite Five from those we saw in Doomsday. 

With so few correct answers available, I didn't worry about such 
things as the species name of the Sisters of Plenitude, or the spelling 
of Raxacoricofallapatorians. 

8. Some people who have contributed to Doctor Who episodes have written 
other things. Name one such thing first made available to the public 
after at least one of that person's Doctor Who episodes was 
transmitted. 

3 Kidulthood (Noel Clarke) 
3 Odd (Robert Shearman) 
2 DWM articles (Russell T Davies) 
>>> 1 DWM Production Notes, July (Russell T Davies) 
2 The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (Mark Gatiss et al) 
2 Weblog (Paul Cornell) 
1 Alien Autopsy (music by Murray Gold) 
1 Cake (Helen Raynor) 
1 Cyberman audios (Nicholas Briggs) 
1 DWM diary (James Strong) 
1 Free Jimmy (Simon Pegg) 
1 Jump Mr Malinoff, Jump! (Toby Whithouse) 
1 Orson Welles: Hello Americans (Simon Callow) 
1 Series One Pitch (Russell T Davies) 
1 Teacher's Pet (Robert Shearman) 
1 The Cruel Sea (Robert Shearman) 
Wrong 
2 No answer given 
1 Casanova (RTD, transmitted March 2005) 
1 Jekyll (Steven Moffatt, not yet released) 
1 Mark Gatiss (person given, work asked for) 
1 Robin Hood (Paul Cornell, not yet transmitted) 
1 The Opposite (Tom MacRae, published April 2006) 
1 The Vesuvius Club (Mark Gatiss, published November 2004) 

Probably the trickiest question in the contest (if not all the contests 
to date). You couldn't rely on a quick IMDB search here, you had to 
notice just how broad the scope and also how narrow the possible range 
of dates was. The person concerned didn't need to have written for 
Doctor Who, and they could have written anything that was "made 
available to the public" - it just had to made available after 
their first Doctor Who episode went out, and before today. 

One entrant told me that none of the Doctor Who writers met my 
criteria. Not only do Robert Shearman and Mark Gatiss obviously and 
uncontroversially fit my criteria (for the radio plays "Odd" and 
"Teacher's Pet" and the film "The League of Gentlemen's 
Apocalypse" respectively) but the question didn't limit you to 
writers! One of the answers I had in mind was Maureen Lipman's 
Guardian columns (not given). Another was "Kidulthood", by Noel 
Clarke which turned out to be one of the top answers. 

Any work not yet made available to the public is ruled out (since the 
question requires it to have been "made available" - past tense) 
but other than that I cut entrants a bit of slack here, treating "DWM 
articles" and "Cyberman audios" as a "thing" (not my problem 
if someone else submits a more specific variant!) and being fairly easy 
on people who submitted answers like "Noel Gardner wrote a film 
called Kidulthood". The "Mark Gatiss" answer marked wrong cited 
"The Vesuvius Club" which is wrong anyway (see below). 

My favourite answer was Russell T Davies' Series One Pitch. Obviously 
written before any of the New Series began transmitting, but not 
"made available to the public" until it was published in DWM! In 
factr, DWM was a rich source of answers, with several DWM articles and 
one comic strip (Rob Shearman's "The Cruel Sea") making an 
appearance. 

Since I didn't specify that scripts or words had to be written, 
Murray Gold's music for "Alien Autopsy" is certainly a correct 
answer. Other non-scriptwriters included Simon Callow whose Orson 
Welles biography (part 2) was published after The Unquiet Dead and 
Simon Pegg who wrote the screenplay for something called "Free 
Jimmy" (IMDB has the details). 

Finally, people don't write hardback or paperback editions. They 
write books which may be published in different forms, but the same 
piece of writing is being "made available" each time. Hence you 
cannot turn The Vesuvius Club (first published 2004) into a right 
answer by citing the paperback edition, which was published later. I 
probably would have accepted the graphic novel version (published 7 
November 2005) since presumably Gatiss, as the only credited author, 
adapted his own novel - but nobody tried this. On this basis, I 
accepted Toby Whithouse's radio play (first broadcast 8 July 2006) 
which he adapted from his own stage play (first performed 2000). 

Paul Cornell's blog is at http://paulcornell.blogspot.com/. 

9. Name someone who has been credited on every single episode of the 
new series. 

7 Ron Grainer (theme) 
3 Phil Collinson (producer) 
3 Richard Pugsley (Finance Manager) 
2 Andy Pryor (casting) 
2 Dave Houghton (Visual FX supervisor) 
2 Murray Gold (Music) 
1 Billie Piper 
1 Edward Thomas (production designer) 
1 Endaf Emyr Williams (Production Accountant) 
1 Julie Gardner (producer) 
1 Kath Blackman (Prod Accountant) 
1 Peter Chester (best boy) 
1 Rusell T Davies (Executive Producer) 
Wrong 
1 Chris Petts (not credited on Boom Town) 
1 David Tennant 
1 Helen Raynor (not credited on e.g. Rose) 
1 Tracie Simpson (not credited on e.g. Tooth and Claw) 

An easier one to finish on - just a matter of careful checking. Only 
one entrant went for Russell T Davies on this one, so maybe my comments 
on question 0 were wrong after all. I can only assume that the entrant 
who submitted David Tennant assumed that the phrase "new series" 
meant the 2006 series, despite the presence of this sentence in bold 
type at the top: "Note that this time round, all questions apply only 
to the new series which debuted in 2005." 

Ron Grainer was the only person who would have been a right answer to 
this and question 3 (someone who was credited but did not contribute) 
however answering Ron Grainer twice did you no favours as this was the 
worst answer on both questions. 

DWRE5 will have the more usual all-encompassing scope and will no doubt 
follow early next week, once all the wailing and gnashing of teeth has 
subsided. Whether there will be more after that depends on take-up. 

Cheers 

Tom 

-----

Here are my rulings, based on feedback both here and on OG. 

Errors: The Abzorbaloff was listed twice as two different answers, and 
scored like this. This has been corrected. Florizel Street should have 
been scored as a More Specific Variant of London, and the Tyler flat as 
a More Specific Variant of The Powell Estate. 

K9 Mark IV: All evidence suggests that K9 Mark IV was built by The 
Doctor. He therefore qualifies as Time Lord technology according to the 
interpretation note provided. He also qualifies as a "person" for the 
purposes of Question 0. 

Psychic Paper: While this is also seen in Captain Jack's possession, 
this is not quite enough to render it a wrong answer. 

Shows on Satellite 5: The entrant wrote "There were three evil reality 
shows in the 2002nd century" and this is a wrong answer. Had they 
written "We saw three evil reality shows..." this would have been a 
correct answer, provided I accepted The Weakest Link as a "reality" 
show. 

Housemates: One entrant wrote "There were exactly three people in the 
Big Brother House immediately prior to the Doctor leaving." and the 
other "Big Brother housemates when the Doctor arrived." These are both 
correct answers, and I treated them as equivalent (a little harsh that, 
but I'm satisfied with my ruling). 

Here is the new table of scores - there are no changes in the top 
rankings. 

RANK     SCORE    ENTRANT             Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 

 1          16    Wilf                 1  2  1  1  1  1  2  2  1  2 
 =          16    Neil Toynay          4  1  1  1  2  1  1  2  1  1 
 3          60    DannyBoy             1  1  1  2  1  1  1  5 WR  1 
 4          96    mw_x                 4  2  1  1  1  2  1  6  1  1 
 5         168    chriskelk            1  2  1  7  1  2  2  3  1  1 
 6       1,260    Fortmap              6  1  1  7  3  1  1  5  1  2 
 7       1,680    BeyondtheVoid        2  2  1  5  1  1  2  3  2  7 
 8       1,920    Christopher Gerardy  4  2  4  5  1  1  2  6  1  1 
 9       2,880    Yohinchild           4  1  1  2  3  1  2  5 WR  2 
10       3,024    JesseS               1  1  4  7  2  1  2  3  3  3 
11       3,360    Jonathan Morris      2  2  4  5  2  1  1  3  1  7 
12       3,780    BTN                  3  1  1  6  2  1  1  5  3  7 
13       5,400    Ceadge               1  2  1  5 12  1  1  5  3  3 
14       8,820    John Dorney          6  1  1  7  3  1  1  5  1 WR 
15      14,112    exterminateallhumans 6  3  1  7  2  2  2  1  1 WR 
16      16,800    Andrew Lowrie        1  3  2  4  2  5  7  5  2  1 
17      23,328    Affirmation          6  2  1  6 12  1  3  3  3  1 
18      28,800    Dave Jones           6  2 WR  5  2  5  2  3  1  1 
19      31,104    Biggles              2  2  1  6 12  1  1  6 WR  3 
20      31,360    Llama Roddy          1  2 WR  7  2  2  1  5  2  7 
21      34,560    Sean                 4  2  1  4 12  5  1  3  2  3 
22      42,336    cols123              3  1  1 WR  2  1  3  2 WR WR 
23      80,640    Peter Scandrett      4  1 WR  6  1  1  2  5  3 WR 
24      96,768    Hotmissile           2  2 WR  6 12  1  2  3  1  7 
25     311,040    Chris Brannigan      6  1  2  4 12  5  1  6 WR  3 
26     518,400    Artyclarty           3  2 WR  6  1 WR  3  5 WR  2 
27   1,016,064    kiwikat              1 WR WR WR  2  3  1  6 WR  7 
28   2,177,280    Aaon                 4  3  4  4 12  5  3  3  3  7 
29   5,806,080    Michael S Collins    4  1 WR  7 12 WR  2  6 WR  3 

Cheers 

Tom 


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