Fantasy Football review of the season so far!

Round four has come and gone and for many Fantasy managers, it was a weekend to forget as defences were leakier than a sieve and big money signings failed to bring home the bacon.

For anyone who managed to hit a half century of points, the weekend can be considered a moderate success and those managers can relax as we head into the first international break of the season. With that in mind let's look at the top three of the Advertiser Tribal League in association with St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union.

1 Michael Walsh - Christians picks - 333

Defensive solidity has been the bedrock of Christians picks' rise to the summit of the Tribal League. Virgil Van Dijk, Andrew Robertson, Benjamin Mendy, Kyle Walker, and Kieran Trippier have been regular choices for manager Michael Walsh as he builds his title charge from the back. Add in the sparkling form of Sadio Mané and Pedro and The Picks have built themselves a handy 24 point lead at the league interval. Can Walsh's charges remain rock solid at the back? Time will only tell.

2 Will Mooney - Fun Lovren Criminals - 309

MOONEY. MOONEY. MOONEY - the adoring fans shout as the Will Mooney's guides his men into second spot. An impressive defence with the attacking fab four of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Richarlison, and Sergio Aguero sees the criminals having the time of their lives as they chase glory. Richarlison's suspension will be a blow to Mooney's system but there is still plenty of quality in the squad to steal top spot.

3 Iain Kilbane - Salah.. oh Mane, Mane - 302

No Mohamed Salah but lots of Sadio Mané is Iain Kilbane's motto. The Cameroon international has been outstanding for Kilbane's side as they make it into the top three. Pedro has been providing wonderful support for the midfield speedster with Will Hughes and Richarlison both chipping in with goals and assists as well. If Kilbane can get his strikers firing then his men could prove to be dark horses this season.

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