Last Man Standing returned last weekend with 156 players entered.
Unfortunately, there was carnage in round 1, mainly due to the failure of Everton, Chelsea & Arsenal to win their games.
Only 28 players have made it through through to the next round.
Thanks to everyone who entered the competition and for supporting the club’s fundraising efforts.
LAST MAN STANDING returns on Saturday, August 8.
Be sure to enter before 11pm on Friday, August 7 to be in with a chance to win €500.
Entry is €10. Please text your name to 087 3889484 if you’d like to play. The entry fee can be given to any player, team manager or committee member. Alternatively e-mail us at email@example.com for more info.
Make the premiership weekends more interesting, challenge your friends & family, while supporting the soccer club.
If you haven’t played before, it’s easy. Each game week you will be texted the fixture list, you pick the Premiership team that you think will win their game and text back your selection. If your team wins their game, you are through to the next round. You can’t pick the same team twice. If they lose or draw, then you are out. This continues until the Last Man or Woman is left standing. As always, your support is greatly appreciated.
Full rules here
Michael Fogarty, LMS Winner
Congratulations to Michael Fogarty who won the club’s final Last Man Standing competition of the season. Michael is pictured receiving his €500 prize from club treasurer, Ger O’Brien. LMS will return at the start of next season and the next winner could be you!
Full details on the Last Man Standing rules are here
We have a WINNER – Michael Fogarty. Congratulations.
Round 9 of Last Man Standing took place over the weekend with 4 players in contention. Sunderland and Liverpool proved to be the downfall of three players, leaving one ‘Last Man Standing’ namely Michael Fogarty. LMS Selections: Ross Dunne – Sunderland, Kevin O’Brien – Liverpool, & Brian O’Sullivan – Liverpool. Congratulations to Michael Fogarty who selected Southampton, and proved to be the outright winner of €500 from this version of LMS. Well done.
Thanks to everyone who took part. LMS will return at the start of next season.
And then there were four, namely Ross Dunne, Kevin O’Brien, Mike Fogarty & Brian O’Sullivan. Thanks to Aston Villa and the abysmal failures of Arsenal, Everton & Hull, four players are left standing as we head into round 9 next week. If there isn’t an outright winner by the end of the season, the €500 first prize will be split amongst the remaining players. Below are the remaining players and their selections to date.
Round 7 of Last Man Standing took place last weekend with 17 players still remaining. The teams selected were Chelsea, West Ham, Liverpool, Leicester & Swansea. As they all won, no players were eliminated and the same 17 are through to round 8 this coming weekend and remain in contention for the €500 first prize.
35 players entered round 6 but after last weekend’s games, only the 17 players selected Man City advanced to round 7 this coming weekend.
Crystal Palace, Liverpool, QPR & Stoke were the cause of 18 players being eliminated.
Good luck to the remaining 17 players.
47 players started round 5 of Last Man Standing but after the weekend just 35 remain after Spurs & West Brom cost 12 players their place. Well done to the remaining players who go through to round 6.
The selections for round 5 were Arsenal 3, Chelsea 1, Liverpool 9, Southampton 22, Spurs 10 & West Brom 2.
Last Man Standing Round 4 Update:
And then there were 47. Man City, Spurs and West Brom’s failure to win over the weekend cost 22 players their place in LMS over the weekend. Best of luck to those remaining in round 5 next weekend.
The full selections for round 4 were; Chelsea 27, Man Utd 11, Swansea 9, Spurs 4, Man City 3 & West Brom 15.
Last Man Standing Round 3: 75 players had made it through to round 3 last weekend and there were only 6 casualties, due to Burnley, Liverpool & Stoke all losing.
69 players now go through to round 4, which will be over the Easter weekend as next week is international fixtures.
Good luck to the remaining players.
Thanks to everyone who entered the competition and supports the club.