Tim Rowell, a clearly brainy senior analyst at PMP Research, has
won this month’s highest-scoring team prize on CampaignLive’s Fantasy
Agency League. He wins a case of Laurent Perrier champagne provided by
the sponsor, the online advertising network, DoubleClick. Rowell scored
215 points last month, taking him to 703 points in total.
However, his team, Acronym, is still a long way behind the Fantasy
Agency League’s undisputed leader, which is managed by Campaign reporter
and Diary monopoliser, Eleanor Trickett (see above). Eleanor’s team,
Treehugger, has held the lead for a whacking four weeks and has now
amassed a frankly greedy 1,014 points.
Despite continuing accusations of bung-taking and bribery from jealous
colleagues, this week she managed to fend off a strong challenge from
the league’s number two team, Marty Seagal’s The Rocket Scientists.
Behind Seagal is Paul Bradbury of Lowe Hunt & Partners Sydney with Gold
Diggers on 951 points. In fourth and fifth places are Nick Williams of
Leo Burnett with Thrust on 932, and Simon Andrews of Modem Media Poppe
Tyson with MACEO on 926.