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Last Man Standing 2020/21 Season – €250 First Prize

Congratulations to Darragh Devilly whose selection of Manchester City in Round 10 leaves him as our
Last Man Standing

* All New Premier League 2020/21 Last Man Standing Competition with €250 First Prize*

Entries Close Friday September 11th

The price per entry is €10 and there is no limit to the number of entries.

To secure your place in the competition, the relevant entry fee must be paid using one of these three methods:

  1. Paypal link is
  2. By Revolut transfer to Shane O’Brien 0858350600
  3. Bank transfer to St Vincents Waterpolo club account – IBAN: IE18BOFI90003312352302 (BIC:BOFIIE2D)
  • First Prize is €250
  • Runners-Up prize of €50
  • Payment must be made before 12 pm on Friday the 11th of September.
  • Once paid, please send a mail to so we can use that address as the point of contact throughout the competition.

General Rules:

  • Each week simply pick ONE team to win – if your team wins, you go through; lose or draw and you’re out.
  • You cannot pick that team again during the competition.
  • If the team you picked team’s game is postponed, you are automatically put
    through to the next round and you cannot pick that team again in the
  • Forget to pick a team, you’ll get the first team alphabetically that you’ve yet to pick.
  • Player with the longest streak of predicting winning teams wins €250 and runner up €50

Thank you again for supporting our club and good luck with the competition!

Last Man Standing 2019/20

Eoin Bridgeman and Shane O’Brien organised a “Last Man Standing” competition as a fundraiser. This is based upon results from the English Premier League Season 2019/20.

Congratulations to our winner Brian O’Dwyer – his inspired choice of West Ham in Round 4 left him as Last Man Standing.

The competition continues with the search for a 2nd-place player as 20 players were eliminated in round 4 when Brian was the sole correct pick.

The Week 1 – 5 results were: