Three book tick­ets

Franklin County News - - Motoring -

Con­grat­u­la­tions go to our top three ad­ver­tis­ers – McDon­ald’s Pukekohe 24/7, Po­keno Ba­con and Carters who are our half­way leaders for this com­pe­ti­tion.

Th­ese ad­ver­tis­ers will all en­joy the Chiefs vs Lions game at Waikato Sta­dium this com­ing week­end. And the Chiefs games are the tick­ets to have, as the top New Zealand fran­chise has scored more than 110 points in their past two games.

All three scored eight points, leav­ing them in the same po­si­tions as last week. An­other great week of pick­ing was achieved by FCN Ed­i­to­rial, who scored the high­est score of the week, which was 10.

FCN Man­ager is now gath­er­ing some mo­men­tum and scored nine points, mov­ing up an­other two places this week.

Good picks were also made by Two Fat Cows who have moved them up an­other spot.

De­spite feel­ing a lit­tle de­spon­dent about their past per­for­mances, Top Drawer Lin­gerie scored eight points, giv­ing them a well-de­served boost in con­fi­dence. The sur­prise re­sult of the week was the pre­vi­ously un­beaten Bulls re­ceiv­ing a thrash­ing from the High­landers – a re­sult, pre­dicted only by FCN Ad­min.

This week­end’s Chiefs game should be a cracker, as the Lions also play some ex­pan­sive rugby.

Go the Chiefs.

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