OLBG Guide to the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition

Published: Oct 21, 3:32pm Last Updated: Nov 14, 9:47am Horse Racing 4 Comments 164 Views

Tote Ten To Follow Guide Information

What is the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition ?

The Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition is the ultimate fantasy horse racing competition for National Hunt and racing fans alike. Players select a stable of ten national hunt horses to follow who will hopefully amass the most points by winning or placing in top races throughout the duration of the competition with the possibility of winning a big prize for a relatively small outlay.

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When is the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition ?

Stable Entry Opens

  • Monday 25th October 2021 (11am) - Start entering your stables from this date.

Stable Entry Closes

  • Saturday 13th November 2021 (11am) - All stable entries must be registered by this date and cut off time.

Competition Starts

  • Saturday 13th November 2021 - The Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition points scoring begins on this day. 

Competition Ends

  • Saturday 9th April 2022 - Grand National day is the final chance for your stable to win TTTF Jumps 2021 points. 

How to enter the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition

  • Select a stable of ten National Hunt horses to follow from the Tote Ten To Follow Horses list.
  • Entry costs £5 per stable (5.5 euros in Ireland).

Can I enter multiple Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 stables ?

Yes multiple stables are allowed, each stable costs £5 (5.50 euros in Ireland).

How to build a Tote Ten To Follow stable

  1. Login/Register - If you are an existing Tote customer you can log in to your Tote Account and begin entering your Tote Ten To Follow Stable. Alternatively you can register an account before entering your TTTF stable selections.
  2. Search & Shortlist - From the Tote Ten To Follow Horses List create a short list of your Tote Ten To Follow selections by selecting your favourites from the ‘Horses’ tab.
  3. Simple Mode - If you are intending to enter one or two stables only use this mode to add your Tote Ten Follow picks and create each stable. Clicking on the ‘heart’ icon next to a horse will automatically add that horse to your next stable if you are entering more than one stable. Give your stable a name and choose your racing silks. 
  4. Pro Mode - For players intending to create multiple stables, the Pro Mode will create multiple selection permutations with the right balance for targeted bonus races.
  5. Enter ‘Free’ Stable - There is also a free to play Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition with racing related prizes. Only one free stable entry is allowed per player.

Can I create or join private Tote Ten To Follow leagues ?

Yes you can challenge your friends, family and work colleagues by creating or joining a private league.

  • To create a league select ‘Leagues’, and generate a code so you can then share with people you would like to invite. 
  • To Join a league, if you have been given a league code by another player then click ‘Join’ and enter the code.

Can I edit my Tote Ten To Follow selections after I have submitted my stable ?

Yes TTTF stable selections can be freely edited until the competition deadline which is 11am on Saturday 13th November 2021.

  • Keep a close eye on the latest stable news and prospective plans which may affect your Tote Ten To Follow 2021 Jumps stable. Players can freely edit stable entries up until the cut off for entries on Saturday 13th November 2021.
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Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Prizes

How do the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition prizes work ?

There is a minimum guaranteed cash prize fund of £100,000 and prizes for the top 500 players at the end of the TTTF competition. The more entries received the bigger the cash pot available.

  • There is a guaranteed minimum cash prize fund of £100,000 !!
  • Cash prizes for the top 500 stable entries with the most TTTF points at the end of the TTTF Jumps 2021 Competition
  • Last year’s Tote Ten To Follow Jumps Competition winner collected a cool £104,832 !!

Will there be Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Monthly Prizes ?

Yes there are monthly cash prizes for November, December, January, February and March which will be a set % of the total prize fund.

  • 5 x monthly cash prizes to be won (November, December, January, February & March) for the TTTF Jumps stable entry accumulating the most points within in each month.
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Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Points Scoring

Your Ten To Follow horses score points in the following ways:

Race Quality

  • Grade 1 Win = 25 points
  • Grade 2 Win = 20 points
  • Grade 3 Win = 15 points
  • Listed Race Win = 12 points
  • Any Other Race Win = 10 points

Official Tote Returns from a £1 (1 euro) Win & Place bet

In addition to Race Win points, Tote Ten To Follow selections will also receive points according to the tote payout on an equivalent £1 (1 euro) Win & £1 (1 euro) Place bet. 

  • For example: A £1 win pays £6 and £1 place pays £1.50 = 7.5 points awarded (£6 + £1.50). Races run in the UK & IRE the return will be based on the standard tote payout. For overseas races, the local tote return will be used (as published in the Racing Post results).

Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Bonus Races

  • Your Tote Ten To Follow horses win a ‘Bonus Race’ = 25 points
  • Finish Runner Up in a ‘Bonus Race’ = 12 points

How does the Tote Ten Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition points scoring work ?

A good example to explain the TTTF point scoring is to use last year’s Cheltenham Cup. Say you had the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Minella Indo in your stable last season. The points breakdown was as follows:

  • Cheltenham Gold Cup is a Grade 1 race = 25 points
  • Minella Indo’s £1 Win & Place Tote dividend paid: 9.70 + 2.50 = 12.20 points
  • Cheltenham Gold Cup is a TTTF Bonus Race = 25 points
  • Minella Indo’s total TTTF points earned for winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup = 62.20

How do I find out my Tote Ten To Follow points ?

You can track your stable progress and TTTF points tally via the Tote website.

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Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Bonus Races

What are the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Bonus Races ?

There are 21 Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 ‘Bonus Races’. The TTTF Jumps Bonus Races are:

All 21 TTTF Jumps 2021 Bonus Races are covered in OLBG’s race trends previews. Just click on the race titles above to view detailed race trends of previous winners, a very useful tool for building winners profiles to help categorise your TTTF short lists.

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Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Transfer Window

What is the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Transfer Window ?

The Tote Ten To Follow Transfer Window is a seven day period which allows players to make 2 Ten To Follow substitutions in their stable.

This is particularly useful for replacing horses that have underperformed or have unfortunately been sidelined through an injury. Additional horses are likely to be added to the TTTF Jumps 2021 Selection List prior to the Transfer Window. These may be horses who have emerged as championship race contenders for the Cheltenham & Aintree Festivals and were omitted from the original Horse List.

When is the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Transfer Window ?

The TTTF Jumps 2021 Transfer Window will be open over seven days at the beginning of March 2022 leading up to the Cheltenham Festival.

  • Keep an eye on the latest stable news and prospective plans for the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals before finalising any substitutions, players have seven days in early March to finalise stables for the final push.

What’s new for the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Competition ?

This year there is more Information to help choose your Tote Ten To Follow Selections when building your TTTF stable.

Most Popular TTTF Picks 

Percentage Picked - See how popular the Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 horses are by choosing the ‘Percentage Picked’ option which shows the % of stables selecting a horse.

Most Points Last Year

Most Points Last Year - Select this option to see how the TTTF horses performed in the points scoring last season.

Smart Pick

Smart Pick- Is an auto-fill algorithm designed to select the best horses for a stable. Can be used to select 1, 2 or up to all ten horses for your stable, picking a balanced stable of horses optimised to score most points throughout the competition. Using historical data and previous TTTF performance, the algorithm selects a balanced stable using:

  • Targeting Bonus Races
  • Selecting ‘Bankers’ likely to run up a winning sequence
  • Wildcard Horses
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Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 Tips & Strategy

How do you pick your Tote Ten To Follow horses ?

Whether it be top trainers, last year's winners or topical horse names we have included some important facts, figures and pointers to guide in this section.

Here we have covered the following Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 tips for strategy when selecting stables:

  • Target Bonus Races
  • Grade 1 Winners
  • Chasers or Hurdlers ?
  • Top National Hunt Stables
  • How to take advantage of the Tote Ten To Follow Transfer Window
  • TTTF Jumps Top Ten Horses (Last Year)
  • TTTF Jumps Winning Stable (Last Year)
  • OLBG's Racing Tipsters Tote Ten To Follow Tips

Target Bonus Races

Targeting likely contenders for the Bonus Races is an obvious starting point really as these 21 races offer an additional 25 points for winning and 12 points for finishing 2nd.

  • 17 of the 21 TTTF Jumps Bonus Races are Grade 1 events which means 50 points (25 points for bonus race + 25 points for a Grade 1 win) for a winner in these before any bonus tote dividends. 
  • The remaining 4 TTTF Jumps Bonus Races are Grade 3 events (Ladbrokes Trophy, Welsh National, Betfair Hurdle & Grand National) so still worth 40 points for a win plus the tote dividend bonuses.
  • The 4 horses with the most points in last season’s TTTF Jumps competition between them won 5 bonus races. We will take a detailed look at last year’s top horses later in this section.
  • Last year’s Jumps Tote Ten To Follow Winner had seven Bonus Race winning horses in the stable. The seven horses won a total of 8 bonus races plus there was one runner up (worth 12 points before tote place dividend bonus). We will take a detailed look at last year’s winning stable later in this section.

As mentioned previously the 21 TTTF Jumps 2021 Bonus Races are covered in the OLBG Horse Race Trends so it is well worth a look at the previous trends for each of the bonus races before deciding on your TTTF stable short lists. It may just help to build a profile of likely winners and contenders when fine tuning the favourites to make your final stable line ups. Just click on the race titles from the Bonus Races List

Grade 1 Winners

Again similar to the strategy for targeting the TTTF Jumps Bonus Races, focusing on the likely candidates for this season’s Grade 1 honours in the chasing and hurdling departments should hopefully bring plenty of TTTF Jumps points.

  • There are 25 points awarded for a Grade 1 win before any tote dividend bonus plus we have already touched on the fact 17 of the 21 Bonus Races being Grade 1 status means 50+ points for winners in these races.
  • Not including the TTTF Bonus Races there are a further 25 scheduled Grade 1 Hurdle races within the duration of the TTTF Jumps 2021 competition.
  • Not including the TTTF Bonus Races there are a further 21 scheduled Grade 1 Chase races within the duration of the TTTF Jumps 2021 competition.
  • The top ten horses scoring the most points in last season’s TTTF Jumps competition all won at least one Grade 1 race.
  • Six of the top ten horses scoring the most points in last season’s TTTF Jumps competition won at least two Grade 1 races.
  • Last year’s winning TTTF Jumps stable had 15 Grade 1 wins across nine of the ten horses, the other horse won a Grade 2 race.
  • Four horses from last year’s winning TTTF Jumps stable won multiple Grade 1 races.

Chasers or Hurdlers ?

When building a short list of Jump horses to follow for the 2021 TTTF competition, we need to factor in the split of how many hurdlers and how many chasers to include. Relying on mainly hurdlers looks a poor move as there are more Grade 1 Chases within the competition period and the Bonus Races are heavily favoured on the Chasers side.

Chases

  • 15 (71%) of the 21 TTTF Jumps Bonus Races are Chases.
  • 6 (60%) of the top ten points scoring horses in last year’s Jumps TTTF competition were Chasers.
  • 6 (60%) of the 10 horses in last year’s TTTF Jumps winning stable were Chasers.
  • 33 (53%) of the 64 Grade 1 races (chase & hurdles) scheduled within the TTTF Jumps competition are chases.

Bonus Chase Races

For players targeting an early Monthly Prize it is worth noting the first six TTTF Jumps Bonus Races (up to the end of December) in this year’s competition are Chases.

Hurdles

  • The highest (132.94) points scoring horse in last year’s TTTF Jumps competition was a hurdler (Honeysuckle).
  • 30 (47%) of the 64 Grade 1 races (chases & hurdles) scheduled within the TTTF Jumps competition are over hurdles.
  • 4 (40%) of the top ten points scoring horses in last year’s Jumps TTTF competition were Hurdlers.
  • 4 (40%) of the 10 horses in last year’s TTTF Jumps winning stable were Hurdlers.
  • Only 5 (29%) of the 21 TTTF Jumps Bonus Races are over Hurdles

Bonus Hurdle races

Players looking at the monthly prizes for November, December and January it is worth noting the first TTTF Jumps competition ‘Bonus Race’ over hurdles is not until the 5th February (Irish Champion Hurdle). However, there are plenty of Grade 1 races over hurdles in the UK and Ireland within those first three months.

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Top National Hunt Stables

As usual it is worth starting with runners from the top National Hunt stables when compiling a Jump Horses to Follow 2021 shortlist. Six trainers were responsible for the top ten highest points scoring horses in last year’s Jumps Tote Ten To Follow Competition:

  • 3 - Willie Mullins
  • 2 - Henry de Bromhead
  • 2 - Nicky Henderson
  • 1 - Denise Foster (licence holder whilst Gordon Elliott served suspension)
  • 1 - Dan Skelton
  • 1 - Paul Nicholls

The following table shows the top five National Hunt stables for most Grade 1 winners since the start of 2017:

1/1/2017 to 22/10/21 Grade 1 Winners Grade 1 Runners
Willie Mullins 114 770
Gordon Elliott 57 465
Nicky Henderson 42 179
Henry de Bromhead 30 279
Paul Nicholls 20 136

Willie Mullins

Since the start of 2017 (and beyond) multiple Irish Champion National Hunt trainer Willie Mullins tops the list for:

  • Most Grade 1 runners
  • Most Grade 1 winners
  • Most Cheltenham Festival winners
  • Most Grade 1 Cheltenham Festival winners

Top Ten TTTF Jumps Point Scorers Last Season

  • 3rd - Monkish 119.08 points
  • 7th - Appreciate It 95.46 points
  • 8th - Colreevy 91.82 points

Although Willie Mullins will have to do without the services of Monkfish, last season's 3rd highest points scorer in the TTTF Jumps competition, and the retired Min there will still be plenty of fans favourites like Chacun Poir Soi and dual Gold Cup winner Al Boum Photo from the Willie Mullins team who will likely prove popular picks in TTTF Jumps stables. 

Monkfish out for the season

Willie Mullins will no doubt have a powerful team of National Hunt horses to follow for the 2021/22 season however one of his Cheltenham stars from last season Monkfish will be sidelined for the 2021/22 jumps season.

The following table shows the top five National Hunt stables for most Cheltenham Festival winners since the start of 2017:

Cheltenham Festival 2017 to 2021 Winners Runners
Willie Mullins 30 277
Gordon Elliott 24 147
Nicky Henderson 15 161
Henry de Bromhead 12 93
Paul Nicholls 6 110

Henry de Bromhead

Henry de Bromhead had a great 2021, making history in becoming the first trainer to train the winners of the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and Cheltenham Gold Cup in the same year and to top it off also won the Grand National with Rachael Blackmore in the saddle on Minella Times. Thus bagging four of the TTTF Jumps Bonus Races with his stable runners:

Henry de Bromhead's Historic Cheltenham Treble

Last year's TTTF Jumps winner had Henry de Bromhead's three Championship winners in the stable.

Top Ten TTTF Jumps Point Scorers Last Season

  • 1st - Honeysuckle 132.94 points
  • 10th - Minella Indo 83.30 points

The following table shows the top five National Hunt stables for most Cheltenham Festival Grade 1winners since the start of 2017:

Cheltenham Festival 2017 to 2021 Grade 1 Winners Grade 1 Runners
Willie Mullins 20 166
Nicky Henderson 12 74
Henry de Bromhead 10 58
Gordon Elliott 9 50
Paul Nicholls 3 34

Nicky Henderson

The 'Master of Seven Barrows' has had at least two Grade 1 winners at each Cheltenham Festival since 2016. His two winners at last season's festival made the top ten TTTF Jumps point scorers.

Top Ten TTTF Jumps Point Scorers Last Season

  • 2nd - Shishkin 132.72 points
  • 9th - Chantry House 91.40 points

Nicky Henderson Stable Tour 2021/22 Jumps Season

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How to take advantage of the Tote Ten To Follow Transfer Window

Undoubtedly one of the key elements of the Tote Ten to Follow competition is taking advantage of the transfer window that occurs just before the Cheltenham Festival.

Tote Ten To Follow Substitutions

This is the time where all players can make up to two substitutions and take the opportunity to replace horses in their team that may have been previously injured or under performed. The Tote will update the list of the horses that can be chosen at this time so if any potential Festival winner has arrived on the scene there will still be an opportunity to sub in these potential high scorers.

12 Bonus Races

There are a total of seven bonus races at the Cheltenham Festival and then five further bonus races at the Aintree Festival so plenty of opportunity to bolster any entries that have been lagging behind.

Previous winners of the Tote Ten to Follow have isolated the substitution period as key to their success in the competition and this is the time to use your head rather than your heart. Perhaps a certain horse has been a favourite of yours in the past or provided you with some winnings in a previous big race, but sentiment needs to be removed when making substitutions. It is key to add replacements that have a serious chance of winning a bonus race that you currently don’t have covered.

You may have a tasty ante post voucher on your view of a snip in one of the handicaps, but we all know the handicaps are fiercely contested with big fields and finding just one such winner at the Festival is a big achievement. Adding a substitution who is likely to be targeted at a handicap is a risky proposition and it is far better to target the smaller fields (and extra points) of one of the bonus races.

Use The Whole Window Period

The temptation will be to get your substitutes registered as soon as the transfer window opens but it could be more prudent to leave any decisions till as late as possible. We have all seen a strongly fancied representative from one of the big stables suddenly redirected to an alternative target at the eleventh hour or a short-priced favourite pulled out at the last minute due to injury. Make sure you are in the best position to profit from any last minute changes by leaving your substitutions as late as possible.

TTTF Jumps Top Ten Horses (Last Year)

The top ten points scoring Tote Ten To Follow Jumps horses for last year’s competition were:

1. HONEYSUCKLE - 132.94 points

  • Won Grade 1 Irish Champion Hurdle (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 1 Champion Hurdle (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 1 Hatton’s Grace Hurdle

Trainer: Henry de Bromhead

2. SHISHKIN - 132.72 points

  • Won Grade 1 Arkle Chase Trophy (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Aintree)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Chase (Doncaster)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Chase (Kempton)
  • Won Class 4 Beginners Chase (Kempton)

Trainer: Nicky Henderson

3. MONKFISH - 119.08 points

  • Won Grade 1 Festival (Formerly RSA) Chase (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Leopardstown)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Leopardstown)
  • Won Beginners Chase (Fairyhouse)

Trainer: Willie Mullins

4. ABACADABRAS - 102.92 points

  • Won Grade 1 Aintree Hurdle (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 1 Hurdle (Punchestown)
  • Runner Up Grade 1 Irish Champion Hurdle (Bonus Race)

Trainer: Denise Foster 

5. MY DROGO - 98.60 points

  • Won Grade 1 Novice Hurdle (Aintree)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Hurdle (Kelso)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Hurdle (Ascot)
  • Won Class 3 Maiden Hurdle (Newbury)

Trainer: Dan Skelton

6. FRODON - 95.80 points

  • Won Grade 1 King George VI Chase (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 2 Chase (Sandown)

Trainer: Paul Nicholls

7. APPRECIATE IT - 95.46 points

  • Won Grade 1 Supreme Novices Hurdle (Cheltenham)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Hurdle (Leopardstown)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Hurdle (Leopardstown)
  • Won Maiden Hurdle (Cork)

Trainer: Willie Mullins

8. COLREEVY - 91.82 points

  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Limerick)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Chase (Cheltenham)
  • Won Grade 2 Novice Chase (Thurles)
  • Won Novice Chase (Punchestown)

Trainer: Willie Mullins

9. CHANTRY HOUSE - 91.40 points

  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Aintree)
  • Won Grade 1 Novice Chase (Cheltenham)
  • Won Class 3 Novice Chase (Ascot)
  • Won Class 4 Novice Chase (Wetherby)

Trainer: Nicky Henderson

10.MINELLA INDO - 83.30 points

  • Won Grade 1 Cheltenham Gold Cup (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 2 Chase (Navan)

Trainer: Henry de Bromhead

Last year's TTTF Jumps Top Ten Points Scorers

6 x Chasers and 4 x Hurdlers

TTTF Jumps Winning Stable (Last Year)

Last season's Tote Ten To Follow Jumps Competition winning stable was 'Tipperwood' who bagged the £104,832 first prize with a final tally of 860.32 points.

Here is Tipperwood's winning Tote Ten To Follow Jumps stable:

1. HONEYSUCKLE - 132.94 points

2. SHISHKIN - 132.72 points

3. MONKFISH - 119.08 points

4. MINELLA INDO - 83.30 points

5. PUT THE KETTLE ON - 82.60 points

  • Won Grade 1 Queen Mother Champion Chase (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 2 Chase (Cheltenham)

Trainer: Henry de Bromhead

6. CHACUN POUR SOI - 76.74 points

  • Won Grade 1 Chase (Leopardstown)
  • Won Grade 1 Chase (Leopardstown)
  • Won Grade 2 Chase (Cork)

Trainer: Willie Mullins

7. FAKIR D'OUDAIRIES - 68.20 points

  • Won Grade 1 Melling Chase (Bonus Race)
  • Runner Up Grade 1 Ryanair Chase (Bonus Race)

Trainer: Joseph O'Brien

8. THYME HILL - 55.50 points

  • Won Grade 1 Liverpool Hurdle (Bonus Race)
  • Won Grade 2 Hurdle (Newbury)

Trainer: Philip Hobbs

9. EPATANTE - 30.02 points

  • Won Grade 1 Hurdle (Newcastle)

Trainer: Nicky Henderson

10. FURY ROAD - 23.32 points

  • Won Grade 2 Hurdle (Punchestown)

Trainer: Denise Foster

Last Year's TTTF Jumps Winning Stable

6 x Chasers and 4 x Hurdlers

OLBG's Racing Tipsters Tote Ten To Follow Tips

OLBG has a top stable chock full of profitable horse racing tipsters who share their expertise and knowledge via the daily horse racing tips page and horse racing tipster competitions on OLBG. 

Check out the OLBG Tote Ten To Follow Tips forum thread for thoughts and insight from OLBG's knowledgeable racing tipsters on their Tote Ten To Follow Jumps 2021 selections and strategy.

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Comments (4)

Randy Rann

 Oct 25th, 2021 at 21:02

Love this competition! The enjoyment throughout a whole season for a fiver is real value.
I run a mini league with my mates alongside the real comp too which is fun and can win a few quid too.
Have been doing this comp since the start and remember having a chance of a top ten finish one year! Had Captain Dibble running in the Grand National and was backed into favouritism.
Then the race got called off for the terror alert and rerun on the Monday!
Also like to keep track of all the runners and back them to see if a profit can be made too.
Maybe Olbg can have their own mini league?

Randy Rann

 Oct 25th, 2021 at 21:21

Apologies if was Esha Ness’s void National! Memory getting fuzzy but great comp!

Zipster

 Oct 26th, 2021 at 16:21

"We will set up an OLBG league when entries Open next week so will include the league code for OLBG members to join."

https://www.olbg.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=70187

PompeyJim

 Nov 2nd, 2021 at 23:10

We have set up the OLBG Members League, the pin code to join is 000106

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