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Actim Standings

Matt Murray has risen a further four places in the latest Actim standingss, breaking the 500 barrier for the first time.

Matt, who was watched by England scouts on Tuesday night now leads Cardiffs Neil Alexander by 57 points with a total of 511.

Michael McIndoe has overtaken the injured Karl Henry, moving up to 35th place with 408 points, as has Seyi George Olofinjana rising to 38th place on 402.

Gary Breen is at 58th, with a score of 378, whilst Karl Henry slips to 66th having missed Wolves last two games with a score of 373.










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Date:Thursday March 15 2007

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