The results further revealed that members of Fadama WUGs
in Osun State use Ajo/Esusu, WUG
and banks as the commonest means of savings and provides further evidence that among the poor, banks are not as widely patronized as Ajo/Esusu (Soetan and Aiyegbusi, 2001).
With fourth place and top driver under 25 in the bag, Francis described the rally as "one of the toughest rallies I have done," while Worcester duo Paul Davy and Roger Allan beat Wug
and Max Utting to fifth place in the stage.
Surrey driver Wug
Utting took the lead at the previous round, the Nicky Grist Stages, and now has a 10-point advantage over early season leader Andy Davies.
Participants were provided with headphones to hear the auditory experimental stimuli, which included the following nine spoken nonsense syllables: ZID (A1), MAU (B1), JOM (C1), VEK (A2), WUG
(B2), BIF (C2), YIM (A3), DAX (B3), and PUK (C3).
However, thanks to their consistent performances it is Andy Davies and reigning junior co-driving champion Max Freeman who lead the championship by nine points over fellow Suburu Impreza driver Wug
Their closest rivals in both the overall and Group N championship are Surrey driver Wug
Utting and co-driver Bob Stokoe who finished the event fifth overall and second in Group N.
The following nine nonsense syllables were used as experimental stimuli: ZID (A1), MAU (B1), JOM (C1), VEK (A2), WUG
(B2), BIF (C2), YIM (A3), DAX (B3), PUK (C3).
COM the runner-up was Championship Group N class winner Wug
Utting from Surrey, driving a Subaru Impreza.
While Rhuddlan's Francis and Colwyn Bay's Roberts were absent from the Wyedean event, sixthplace points were just enough for Surrey's Wug
Utting and co-driver Bob Stokoe to claim the overall runner-up spot.
Just seven points separate Andrew Jones and Wug
Utting with a possible 30 up for grabs over the classic Forest of Dean stages.
That meant that Surrey driver Wug
Utting could take the championship to the final round, November's Wyedean Rally, if he could record a high points score.