Just one event remains of the inaugural Northern Series: the finals. After a series of high-quality competitions across the north of England, the best teams in the region will be heading to Crosby for one last time this summer.
Excitingly, it’s all to play for in the finals. The top-ranked player per gender will win a £150 goody bag full of gear from the three Northern Series hosts: Skyball, Fireball and Everton. Heading into the finals weekend, we have a two-way tie at the top of both the male and female rankings. Bridlington player Pete Makowski and Scottish international Ruari Souter (both 450 points) are currently vying for top spot in the men’s category after some colossal battles through the various rounds. Everton VC player Connor Makin is still within touching distance of the top two, on 410 points-a good result in the finals could see him get his hands on the prize, too.
On the ladies’ side, the rankings are looking similarly tight as we head into the last round. Just like in the men’s competition, Agnieszka Swistowska and Marcelina Pichlacz are currently tied at the top of the rankings with a whopping 510 points. Hot on their heels are Jitka Lopez (470) and Agata Potocka (390). Here’s how it stands going into the finals…
The points in the finals are worth DOUBLE, with a maximum of 240 points on offer for the winners. More details here.
The finals are taking place in Crosby on Saturday 10th September. Entry is here.