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GUKPT Summer Series Sheffield & Southampton Results

GUKPT Summer Series

Southampton’s Summer Series Main Event attracted 65 runners and paid most of a final table – the largest prize (£10,390) going to Christopher Webber (pictured) who became the dual final Summer Series Champion along with Sheffield winner Michael Arnot.

Arnot might have taken the £7,820 first prize from the Main Event in Sheffield, but he was only slightly ahead of Garry Hallows for the weekend overall – Hallows cashed no fewer than 3 times – one of the best showings at the 2011 Summer Series. The £100 Bounty Booster finished Sheffield’s festival in style, attracting 109 runners and giving winner John Stokes a top prize of £2,455. Runner up Matthew Christopher had also won the first event (£200 freezeout) for a further £2,920.

Sheffield Main Event

1stMichael Arnot£7,820
2ndRichard Grayson£5,750
3rdGarry Hallows£3,910
4thBen Nuttall£2,300
5thTony Horn£1,840
6thCarol Everton£1,380

Southampton Main Event

1stChristopher Webber£10,390
2ndElzbieta Biessek-piechota£7,480
3rdDavid Lissner£4,960
4thDavid Howard£2,920
5thMartyn Robinson£2,360
6thMalcolm Dagger£1,790
7thThomas Lee£1,460
8thDavid Miles£1,140

These events bring the triple Summer Series to an end, as the GUKPT regular legs, having rested for a few months, warm up: Luton G Casino will host the next festival, running 14th-21st August. The £1,000 + £70 Main Event takes place from Friday 19th (two starting flights begin at 12pm and 6pm) until Sunday when the first GUKPT trophy of autumn will be awarded.

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