Round 4 starts on March 30, so you will have lots of time to make your selection from the games pictured below. Your pick will have to be in with us by 9pm on Friday, March 29.
118 players started round 3 of our Last Man Standing competition and after the weekend’s Premier League games, 28 were eliminated due to the failure of Spurs, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Chelsea & Man Utd to win their games. As there is a curtailed fixture list next weekend ( only 5 games) and international games the following weekend, we will skip the next round of Premier League fixtures and 90 players will go into round 4, which will take place over the weekend of March 30/31.
The picks are in from the remaining 118 players for Round 3. Full list of the remaining players and their picks are below. 10 different teams have been selected and a lot of people are banking on Liverpool & Man City doing the business this weekend, with 43 players on the Reds followed by 23 on City. The other selections are Leicester 19, Palace 9, Chelsea 7, West Ham 6, Bournemouth 5, Spurs 5, Arsenal 1 & Man Utd 1. 2 players were auto-selected teams as they did not send in their picks before last night’s deadline. Good luck to all.
118 players remain as we go into round 3. Remaining players are to text or Whatsapp their pick no later than 9pm this Friday. There’s a full fixture list to pick from this week – Palace v Brighton, Cardiff v West Ham, Huddersfield v Bournemouth, Leicester v Fulham, Newcastle v Everton, Southampton v Spurs, Man City v Watford, Liverpool v Burnley, Chelsea v Wolves, Arsenal v Man Utd
126 players started round 2 and as a result of just 8 players being eliminated this weekend, 118 now remain. Man Utd left it late against Southampton and 45 players breathed a deep sigh of relief at the final whistle, thanks to Lukaku’s late winner. Arsenal with 3 players, Burnley 2 and Bournemouth, Leicester & Spurs with one each did the damage. Round 3 takes place next weekend with a full fixture list.
143 started but after round 1 just 126 remain. 17 players were eliminated due to Wolves surprise failure to beat lowly Huddersfield. Some of the players took calculated punts on Southampton, Newcastle & Chelsea that paid off. The 38 players on Man City were made to sweat until the very last minute as they ground out a 1-0 win at home to West Ham. Round 2 starts this Saturday. The remaining players need to text or Whatsapp their picks by 9pm on Friday. This week’s games – Spurs v Arsenal, Bournemouth v Man City, Brighton v Huddersfield, Burnley v Palace, Man Utd v Southampton, Wolves v Cardiff, West Ham v Newcastle, Watford v Leicester, Fulham v Chelsea, Everton v Liverpool. Good luck.
Last Man Standing kicks off tonight and we will have 143 players starting off. The selections are made and the lineup is Arsenal (41), Man City (38), Liverpool (21), Wolves (17), Leicester (11), Everton (5), Man Utd (4), Southampton (4), Newcastle (1) & Chelsea (1). We will post a full list of the players and their round 1 picks later. Thanks to everyone who has entered and supported the club’s fundraiser. Who will be the last player standing???
Be in with a chance to win €500 and make the Premier League more interesting. Challenge your friends, family, team-mates, neighbours, work-mates etc., all while supporting the soccer club. Click the following link to see how you can enter and the competition rules. Last Man Standing Entry Form & Rules Feb 2019 Complete the entry form and return it with payment to any player, coach, committee member by 9pm on Monday, February 25 OR there are entry forms in O’Sullivan’s Bar, Nicky English Butchers, Kennedy’s Shop or at our lotto stand at Centra on Sunday mornings. OR text or Whatsapp your name & mobile number to 089-4052382 or give your name, mobile number & payment to any committee member, team manager or player. Please spread the word. Full details here
⚽Before each round, you pick a Premier League team you think will WIN their game.
⚽If your team wins, you are through to the next round, if your team draws or loses, you are eliminated. Last Man Standing wins the €500.