It was another successful week for the B.B golf each-way column as Paul Krishnamurty's pick Bubba Watson won the WGC HSBC Champions at 25/1, while there were also winners in football, rugby union and Strictly Come Dancing. All the details in our regular Monday round-up...
"Paul Robinson was just one result away from a perfect week for his Against All Odds column, with six successful lays out of seven and a weekly profit of 6.93 points. The highlight of the week was the 1.454/9 lay of Over 1.5 Goals in the Quindio v Cucuta Deportivo game, which ended 1-0."
Watson's victory, which came after a playoff against Tim Clark, takes Paul into profit for the season and means the column overall is up by more than £200.
It was almost a superb week for the each-way column, with both Steve Rawlings and Dan Geraghty's picks (Martin Kaymer and Thorbjorn Olesen) finishing joint sixth, with the former a particularly painful one for Steve as the German double bogeyed the last to end up outside the places.
Better news for Steve in his regular in-play column, where he picked out Clark before the final round at 30.029/1 - the South African came into 2.0811/10 as he challenged right until the playoff.
As well as golf, Paul is our man for all things snooker and he hit a 20-point profit from his Champions of Champions preview, as Ronnie O'Sullivan won as advised at 3.7511/4 (12 units was the suggested stake).
It was a big weekend of international rugby union and Simon Mail had a good one, with five winners in his various previews, including New Zealand to beat England by 1-12 points at 2.568/5 and Australia to overcome Wales by 1-12 at 2.427/5. Overall profit for the weekend was 3.7 points, taking Simon's season profit to 5.2.
On to football, where Paul Robinson was just one result away from a perfect week for his Against All Odds column, with six successful lays out of seven and a weekly profit of 6.93 points. The highlight of the week was the 1.454/9 lay of Over 1.5 Goals in the Quindio v Cucuta Deportivo game, which ended 1-0. Paul's profit for the season is now 18.42 points.
Evan Bartlett made a four-point profit on his Swansea v Arsenal preview as Alexis Sanchez scored first, at 7.06/1, and over 2.5 goals landed at 2.01/1 - only the Gunners' collapse prevented a clean sweep.
Alan Thompson, meanwhile, had a 4.47/2 winner in his preview of QPR v Man City as his 'dutch' (combined) bet of three Correct Scores - 1-2, 1-3 and 2-2 - came in.
Regular Europa League columnist Kevin Hatchard had another good week, with four out of eight winners (including 2/2 on Everton v Lille) for profit of 1.59 points. It means the Europa League column has made profit in 5/6 matchdays, and has overall profit of 7.76 points.
On to Formula One, where Ralph Ellis returned to familiar ground and successfully recommended laying Lewis Hamilton in the Brazil Grand Prix at 1.75/7.
Finishing up away from the sporting arena with Strictly Come Dancing, where our man for all things lycra and sequined, Al Dudman landed a full house of tips as Pixie Lott was top scorer as advised at 4.03/1, Alison Hammond was eliminated as recommended at 3.02/1 and the lay of Judy Murray in the bottom two market @ 1.9520/21 paid out.