A DOUBLE pass package to the Bendigo, Heathcote District, Loddon Valley and North Central league grand finals will be awarded to the inaugural winner of the Bendigo Addy Footy Challenge.
The four leagues have offered up double passes for their grand finals to be held on September 7 (Loddon Valley), September 14 (Heathcote District and North Central) and September 21 (Bendigo).
The Addy Footy Challenge resumed after the inter-league break last weekend and once again Nath Holt holds the lead with his stable of 12 teams averaging 377.32 points.
Holt leads the competition for the fourth-consecutive week, while Debbie Wiegard (372.24) is again in second position.
Both Holt and Wiegard have Sea Lake Nandaly Tigers as their Power Team.
The undefeated Tigers remain the top-ranked team in the competition with a score of 642.60 made up of their: winning percentage (100.0); for/against percentage (322.8); average score for (132.3) and percentage of quarters won (87.5).
With the 50 per cent Power Team boost, the Tigers' total increases to 963.9.
Leon Holt (339.72), Matt Dillon (338.86), Jayden Jones (336.46), Arnold Kirby (334.59), Corey Lowry (333.09), Marie Ralph (319.89) and Kyle Manley (319.31) also have the red-hot Tigers as their Power Team selections.
As they were last round, James Blood (359.98) and Danielle Cuskelly (357.04) are third and fourth on the leaderboard, while Nino Bucci (355.09) has replaced Jeremy Brown in the top five.
This week's biggest improver was Phil Davies with a 21.73 point increase from 314.62 to 336.34.
Adrian Cronin with -16.35 was the biggest slider as his stable's value decreased from 297.08 to 280.74 points.
Along with Sea Lake Nandaly, Pyramid Hill (550.37) and Birchip-Watchem (542.24) are the top three ranked teams.
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