I WARNED you it would prove a difficult day and it was exactly that.

There weren't many short-priced jollies on the coupons and possibly the best-backed team on the day, Middlesbrough, failed at home to Coventry.

However, myself and three of the other tipsters on the site all landed trebles.

Mine came on draws thanks to Swansea v Sunderland, Cardiff v Portsmouth and Crystal Palace v Blackpool.

The treble paid around 35-1 but it would have been nice if Dundee had managed a goal against Morton to bring up the fourth.

In hindsight I put too much faith in Middlesbrough who were in my homes and treble while I took a chance on Southampton at a big price away to Leicester who picked this week of all weeks to come good.

Joe Wallace landed his SFL treble for the first time this season and it was a real beauty. Stranraer, who were a biggest 6-4, thumped six past Montrose and there were also wins for Annan and Elgin.

The treble paid around 9-1 and his success was matched by juniors tipsters Paul Petrie of McBookie.com and Owen Scott of William Hill.

Paul's trio of Hermes, Newtongrange and Oakley returned £40.71 with William Hill while Owen's line of Petershill, Irvine Meadow and Sauchie paid £49.72 with McBookie.com.

So in the season-long juniors tipping contest it's Owen who has the early lead.


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