Round 6 Summary
51 Bewick set a new low score for the season by only scoring 1147. This was his lowest score since the 2015 Elimination Final when he only scored 1105. After 6 rounds 51 Bewick is 1 win and 5 losses which is his second worst start to a season in our 6 BBFFL#2 seasons. His worst start to the season was in 2013 when he lost the first 9.
Bargey made it 3 straight wins in knocking over TrevorBix. His score of 1564 was his 4th highest score for 2017, with 5 of his 6 score breaking through 1500.
Birch19 made it back to back wins in Round 6 for the first time since Rounds 12 and 13 2016. His score of 1387 was his 3rd best for the season and 21st highest overall.
Cafegerat, like Birch19, scored his 3rd best score for 2017 which also like Birch19’s score was his 21st highest BBFFL#2 score. Unfortunately his score of 1285 was not enough for the win and he suffered his 4th straight defeat.
Come Back Hirdy scored his second best score for 2017 by totalling 1390, behind his record ever score of 1625 scored in Round 3. His round 6 score was his 17th highest BBFFL#2 score.
Don to Death had his 3rd lowest score the 2017 in scoring 1310. This ranked as his 37th lowest BBFFL#2 score. His lowest score this season remains the 1228 scored in Round 2.
Eggs achieved a score of 1543 in Round 6 which was his 2nd highest score for 2017 and his 8th highest ever. His highest score for the season was 1552 scored in Round 3.
Ivan wasn’t able to knock Eggs over, but he did manage to set a new personal best score as a BBFFL#2 coach. His score of 1480 easily eclipsed his previous best of 1318 achieved in his only win to date in Round 4. The previous coach of this team, Pazza, had a highest score of 1330 in Round 5 2016. After 6 rounds as a BBFFL#2 coach Ivan has scored 1300 or above highest on 2 occassions, something Pazza only managed 6 times in 95 matches as a BBFFL#2 coach.
No. 5 was unable to make it 6 straight wins and suffered his first loss for 2017. His score of 1368 was also his lowest score thus far this season and lowest since only scoring 1328 in his Elimination Final loss to Stoops in 2016. The loss also meant he was unable to equal his longest BBFFL#2 winning streak of 6 wins which he managed twice in 2013 from Round 4 to 9 and again from Round 15 to the Qualifying Final.
Redbull has won 4 straight matches for the first time since 2012, when he managed 5 straight from Round 12 to 16. His score of 1460 was his 3rd lowest for the season, only ahead of 1392 and 1391 scored in Rounds 1 and 2 respectively. Overall his score in Round 6 was his 10th highest ever BBFFL#2 score.
Saladin is enjoying the best ever start to a season as a BBFFL#2 coach by winning 4 of his first 6 matches in 2017. His back to back wins in the last 2 games is the first consecutive wins since Round 19 and the Elimination Fina in 2014 – these were the last 2 wins in a steak of 7 straight wins. Saladin’s score of 1332 was his 3rd best for the season, behind 1490 in Round 5 and 1368 in Round 3.
Silly Billy was unable to break his losing streak, making it 6 straight losses to start the season. This loss made it 8 straight defeats, dating back to Round 18 last season, equalling his longest losing streak as a BBFFL#2 coach. The previous occasion he lost 8 straight was from Rounds 8 to 15 2016. Silly Billy’s score of 1225 was his second best for 2017 only behind 1267 scored in Round 5.
Smooth’s juggernaut continued on with another win making it 6 straight to start the season. He also managed his highest score for the season with a massive 1731, his 3rd highest overall score, only behind the record BBFFL#2 score of 1816 in Round 16 2015 and 1732 in Round 6 2016. This score was the 5th highest BBFFL#2 score and highest thus far in 2017. It was the highest score since Bargey scored 1741 in Round 11 2016.
Stoops broke his duck in Round 6 by chalking up his first win for the season. As a result of this win Stoops’ longest losing streak is stopped at 6 – 2016 Elimination Final to Round 5 2017. Despite the win, his score of 1291 was his 2nd lowest for the season only ahead of 1247 scored in Round 2. This was his 21st lowest score overall.
The Melkman made it 4 wins from 6 as he posted his highest score so far for 2017. His score of 1362 is his 76th highest score and best total since he scored 1369 in Round 2 2016.
TrevorBix lost back to back matches for the first time this season. The last time he lost 2 straight was in Rounds 17 and 18 2016. His score of 1268 was his second lowest for 2016 – only ahead of the 1224 scored in Round 1. Overall it was his 55th lowest ever BBFFL#2 score.
Wezza made it 5 wins from 6 matches to equal his best ever start to a BBFFL#2 season, previously achieved in 2013 and 2014. His score of 1442 was his second lowest for the season, in which has broken through 1400 each week since Round 1 when he only managed 1318.
Westozziebomber’s horror form continued despite managing his season best of 1281. This was his best score since his 1629 he tallied in winning last year’s Grand Final. His record losing streak also extended to 6.