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Odd names reach for the top as Six Nations final nears

THERE are new leaders in the Fleet News/ATS Euromaster Rugby Challenge, as two oddly-named teams seize the initiative.

'Banzai Boys', managed by Timothy Carter, UK Sales Manager at Mitutoyo UK, and 'Charlie Modos' run by Elaine Healey, fleet operations manager for Sovereign Fleet Services in Manchester, are the latest teams to occupy the top spots.

Talking of climbers, 'Steve's Engineers' managed by Steve Davies, product support engineer at Kenda Electronic Systems in Southampton, has clocked up the biggest jump in a week. His team rose 25 places in the last week of calculations, although his mid-table position leaves him out of the running.

There's still time for change before the final round of Challenge games on March 24 and the award of ATS Euromaster's final Six Nations Weekend, which will centre on Wales vs Scotland in the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.

  • For more information go to www.atseuromasterrugby.co.uk
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