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We are now down to the final stage of the tournament, and what a tournament it has been. The supposed lesser nations have finally grown into genuine threats to the old guard - witness Argentina's performance and Fiji's brave fight against the South African's. The quarter finals threw up some massive results, with the two behemoths of world rugby, Australia and New Zealand, unexpectedly sent packing by England and France respectively. At the top of the table Tom Weir has now stretched his lead and has a stunning 544 points - can anyone stop him? We are down to the 6th and final round of games, and a last chance for you to win a case of Mont Tauch wine. Enter now at

Top 20 managers in Round Five


Paul Stephens With Dikar 130


Chris Beverley Spurs



Tom Weir Boomtime 116


Steve Carroll Sore Dogs 112


Ngarita Warden Do the Haka 110


Justin Penn Flying Springboks 110


Neil Cully Claygate 108


Ewan Turney Nemesis 106


David Brammer House of Wines 106


Russell Gordon FlashGordon 104


Adrian McCann Dermot's Destoyers 102


Kevin Morison Bruisers 102


Ben Greene Fish Fry 100


Jake Yerrell The Last Ride 98


Trish Penn The SAC's 98


David Carpenter Chippy1986 98


Natalia Kania Natalia's Heavy Hitters 96


Kay McCann Munster Nutters 96


Alan Dunn Keswick Krushers 94


David Perera Power Rangers


Manager of the ROUND

The Round 5 winner is Paul

Stephens, from Bargain Box in Cheshire, whose team have won this round of games at a canter. This was based on his Tri Nations players from NZ, Australia and South Africa, but with only one of those nations left in the tournament, Paul may have to readjust his pack and bring in some try-scoring back division to get himself up the overall leader board. Paul has wisely installed Janie Du Preez and Bryan Habana as part of his SA contingent and will look to bring in some France and England players for the final round of games.

The team:

1 J Smith SA, 2 J Bonnaire FRA,

3 A Hogg SCO, 4 T Dusautoir FRA, 5 M Durand ARG, 6 S Taylor SCO, 7 JM Fernandez Lobbe ARG, 8 G Smith AUS, 9 F du Preez SA,

10 J Wilkinson ENG, 11 Y Jauzion FRA,

12 L Tuqiri AUS, 13 J Rokocoko NZ,

14 B Habana SA, 15 D Howlett NZ

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