AFTER mixed fortunes in August I expected to produce plenty of winners in September – and today I came up with a beauty.

My ever-popular six homes – also printed in the Daily Record –¬†all won to produce a return of around 33-1.

The teams were Blackpool, Cardiff, Southampton, Huddersfield, Morton and Cowdenbeath.

All were priced up at just under 1-1 except Huddersfield and Cardiff who were a bit shorter at 4-6. None of your 1-3 Arsenals, 1-5 Man Citys or 1-4 Celtics in there.

My treble also won at 4-1 thanks to Cardiff, Huddersfield and Alloa.

  1. Tam Miller 13 years ago

    cheers mate had a tenner on the 6 homes but hills only paid out 264 but still a good return

    • Mr Fixit 13 years ago

      That’s not too bad, remember 33s was best price available on the internet and if you bet in a shop you’d get less. Hills offered smallest price on Morton at 4-6 compared to a general 4-5 and were pretty short on Cardiff too at 6-10 when 4-6 was available.

  2. Tony 13 years ago

    In done the homes Paul but only got about 15/1 in my local Ladbrokes

    • Mr Fixit 13 years ago

      A win’s a win but surprised by the poor odds although shop prices are often smaller in shops even when backing with the same firm. Ladbrokes were certainly smallest on Cardiff at 4-7 compared to a general 4-6 and also on Huddersfield at 4-6.

  3. Tam Miller 13 years ago

    iam happy hope you get the same next week haha i bet your homes every week

    • Mr Fixit 13 years ago

      Will do my best mate

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