NEARLY all of our tipsters produced winning lines over the weekend but pride of place went to sports betting expert David Jack.
Deadly DJ was rubbing his hands in glee as his snooker and tennis outright tips both won.
He went for 5-1 chance John Higgins in the Welsh Open and 10-3 Andy Roddick in the ATP500 event in Memphis.
DJ also picked up some great bets in the run-up to last night's finals. On Saturday his snooker Super Single was a Higgins v Stephen Maguire final and that came up at 9-4.
And he also backed a Bonkers Bet of Roddick to beat Juan del Potro in three sets to reach the final and that returned 4-1.
DJ stood by Roddick in the final but gave respect to young challenger Milos Raonic by predicting a three-setter at 11-8.
While keeping with Higgins at 4-7 to beat Maguire, Davie suggested the world No.1 would win 9-7 and he was just one frame out.
Mr Fixit hit some form with his Scots treble paying 3-1 thanks to Hearts, Dundee and Livingston and a smashing Super Single trapping at 5-2 thanks to Dumbarton who won at Peterhead.
And SFL expert Joe Wallace also offered up a 3-1 winning treble thanks to Dundee, Livingston and Stranraer.
Yesterday Mr Fixit was all over Celtic at 11-10 to beat Rangers and recommended Celtic to score first at 3-4 and Gary Hooper to get it at 11-2.
Even our junior tipsters Owen Scott and Paul Petrie could do no wrong, landing decent doubles with their third matches postponed.
So make sure you log on all week and we'll try to keep the winners coming.