We've just updated the league tables before this season's final league race at the UK OCR Championship tomorrow.

Don't forget that we are giving out league medals for strong placings in the final league tables this season. Check out this article to see where you have to place in your category to win one.

IMPORTANT NOTE: As the next league table update will be the final one, ALL queries regarding missing results must be sent to me no later than Monday. I will not be able to change add any missing results once the final tables have been published. Please check your results that they tally with what you would expect, I'd be happy to send anybody their individual or team's breakdown of scores if they email me on info@ukocrleague.com.

View the tables here or read the news below.

In the main table, Team Muddy Kit's Tristan Steed's win at Nuclear Fallout has once again moved him above Ross Brackley to be at the top of the league. With just five points in it though, Ross could draw back level if he took the win tomorrow. If they both finished on 415 points then it would be down to the decimal places and its too close for me to call right now. I do know that we would be looking at the third or fourth decimal place to find the winner!

The other biggest news is that Dominique Searle's win at the Manchester Survival of the Fittest has given her a huge increase in points to make her the highest scoring lady in the league - moving 10 points above four time champion Freya Martin. Dom has won four out of four races this season at the Suffering in June and at three Survival of the Fittest races - London, Nottingham and Manchester.

Laura Heywood has moved into second in the Ladies Masters table after a great result at Monster Race. Plus her Muddy Race team mate Declan Traynor won that race moving him into the top 10 in the under 40s table and giving him his first win of the season.

In the teams table, Mudstacle have moved back above Team Pro-Fit into second place, but the biggest movement has been Team Phoenix who have jumped up to fourth.
As Mudstacle and the Mudstacle Machines are combining for the team event at the UK Championship this Saturday, this gives us the same top three teams as I predicted to finish as the top three at tomorrow's event!


See the latest league tables here

See the points allocation tables for the most recent events here

Thanks to Nuclear Races for the cover photo



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