RELATED - Last week's scores
NATH Holt has retained his decisive lead in the Bendigo Addy Footy Challenge after six weeks.
For the third week in a row Holt sits No.1 on the leaderboard, with his stable of 12 teams averaging 381.45 points.
Holt's stable features three teams that are on top of their league ladders - LBU (477.1), Pyramid Hill (556.1) and Sea Lake Nandaly (611.9).
Holt also has Sea Lake Nandaly as his Power Team, with the Tigers' value increasing to 917.8 with the 50 per cent power boost.
Holt's stable also includes Gisborne (513.3), Golden Square (433.4), Kangaroo Flat (143.9), Heathcote 145.0), Huntly (165.4), Bridgewater (290.1), Marong (284.7), St Arnaud (261.6) and Wedderburn (389.0).
Team points are an accumulation of their winning percentage, for/against percentage, average score for and percentage of quarters won.
Debbie Wiegard (364.18) remains in second position on the leaderboard, while James Blood (359.11) has climbed from seventh last week into third spot.
Danielle Cuskelly (354.96) and Jeremy Brown (354.07) round out this week's top five.
This week's entrant with the biggest points increase was Tom Auld, who improved by 22.93 points from 269.04 to 292.97.
Andrew Eales had the biggest drop of 31.56 points, sliding from 326.68 last week to 295.12.
Meanwhile, the team that is proving the best value in relation to their rating is Maryborough.
The Magpies had a salary cap rating of two, but have a score of 186.02, equating to a value of 93 per rating point.
The next best value teams are St Arnaud (87.2 per rating point), Pyramid Hill (79.4) and Charlton (78.1).
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