Colin Cole has been crowned the Overall All-Weather Championships Tipping Game Champion and won the top prize of £10,000 cash. Colin found 240 winners to end on an amazing final profit of £111 to a £1 stake on all of his tips over the course of the All-Weather season.
Colin finished just over £5 clear of Sean McFalone, who won a Pair of ARC annual badges & box for 10 at an ARC meeting, for finishing 2nd Overall after finding 252 winners and going oh so close to snatching the £10,000 prize on the final day of the competition. Trevor Grainger headed the chasing pack, finishing a little over £10 behind the top two to take 3rd prize of a £500 in Free Bets (provided by Betway).
Kieron Gibson, who found 227 winners, took 4th place with Keith Rheade narrowly missing out on 4th spot by £1, closely followed by Alan Watkins, who successfully navigated up the leaderboard to secure 6th place by Good Friday. Nick Csillag, Mark Brint, Jimmy Mcmurray and John Woodings all proved themselves as very shrewd tipsters, each had a very profitable AW season, successfully finishing in the top ten.
Derek Williams is crowned Course Champion at Kempton, proving himself a true course specialist with 16 winners and a very respectable profit of 112.05 since the start of the All-Weather Championships. Martin Mercer found the most winners at the track with a win ratio of 30% but unfortunately could not find the profit to match.
Ruby Lord finished on top at Southwell, with a profit of over £130 from her selections on the Fibresand, just ahead of Stephen Parkinson, who missed out on the top spot by less than £10 with his selections at the track.
Sean McFalone holds on for glory at Chelmsford City, having found 44 winners while racking up profits of over £180 to a £1 stake. David Nelson ended on a profit of over £112 with his tips at Lingfield, just edging out Gary Booth in 2nd.
Richard Senior finished the season with a profit of £64.45 with his selections at Wolverhampton to take the title of Top Tipster at Dunstall Park, while Colin Cole finished the AW season top of the board at Newcastle.
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