For the second gameweek running, the Grinch was in command. The failure of the captains didn’t stop some big-name players rising through the ranks, but they'll need to work fast to stop Vogt winning the lot.
With the first gameweek in the books, five Gentlemen began the season by entering the fabled Hundred Club, while it's clear the Gentlemen will do whatever it takes to triumph this season, and that handling the Grinch's games will be crucial to any success.
And so, after three months of rest, the Gentlemen gather for the biggest campaign yet. With more contenders than ever before, and with the knowledge this will be the final time the division is documented for posterity, the stakes are higher than ever in the World's Greatest Mini-League.
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