SEN Track World Cup Score Update
The SEN Track World Cup is heating up as we arrive at the halfway point of the competition.
It’s fair to say that there haven’t been any winners galore in all four groups, as each player finds the best way to approach their three bets.
If you are crowned World Cup champion, you win $ 2,500 at the charity of your choice and $ 2,500 at the wildcard entry.
Let’s see how each group travels.
Group 1 consists of Patrick Garschagen, Miles pfitzner, Mitch ebeyer and Nick c.
Patty started her World Cup run in style by beating Miles on Saturday. Our Sportsbet man hung on with his two winning bets of $ 100 on London Banker and Behemoth proving the winning shot.
Miles redeemed himself Sunday against the group’s wild card Nick, who had his last bet on Social Element (owned by Campbell Brown) in the last race at Ballarat, and was heartbroken when the jumper finished second.
Monday was a day to forget for this group, with Patty and Nick contenting themselves with a 0-0 draw with none of their bets going.
Is it close !
Group 2 implied Michelle Bishop, Claire Lindop, Chris Nelson and Adam.
Michelle started in the best possible way with a win over Clare on Saturday with her winning bet on Turaath proving the difference.
Our Queensland racing guru Chris Nelson faced a very tough opponent in Adam who dominated both of his games, taking the win over Chris and Clare!
If Adam (who knows the code of the round ball well) must win today against Michelle, he is locked in the next stage of the World Cup.
Group 3 is made of David ‘Tags’ Taggart, Simon ‘Scoob’ O’Donnell, Jason bonnington and Atif.
We can say that the strongest group (according to Taggs) is very balanced … apart from Taggs.
Scoob did a light job on the six-time Group 1 winner on Saturday, as did Bonnington on Sunday.
On Monday everything was tied as our harness guru (Bonnington) and wild card (Atif) were stranded as the pair failed to bring home a winner.
With Scoob looking forward to his second game, he holds the strongest position given his unbeaten record.
And finally group 4.
Cam Luc, Campbell Brown, Bryan fletcher and Tania have been in a close fight with Cam and Browny snagging the only two wins so far.
Cam fell to Tania on Saturday with his return from Ayrton proving more than Tania’s quaddie collect that gave him the win.
Browndogg was flawless against Fletch on Monday with the two winning bets chained as our NRL big questioned who he had just met.
Campbell will face Tania on Tuesday as our wildcard entry looks to be on the winners list.
Watch this place.
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– SENtrack (@SEN_track) 22 Aug 2021