Last week it was the NSW show on the SKY Racing weekly leaderboard, with the top five spots filled by NSW tipsters.
But this time we saw a bit of diversity, with five different states represented by the top five placegetters.
However it was still a New South Welshman who came out on top, after Paul Joice tipped up a storm.
The Sydney form expert put on a clinic, bagging 6 winners across Randwick and Warwick Farm at a fat average price of $5.
This haul featured two best bets, including $8.40 pop Van Giz at the Farm on Wednesday.
Factor in a double stake of Joice's best bets, and his Profit on Turnover (POT) surges up to a bumper 125%.
The next four tipsters were all race callers, headed by the Gold Coast's Terry Spargo.
While Spargo bagged 2 winners at his home track, he actually did most of his damage over the border in Casino.
There he found 4 winners including $10.30 shot Rose Bouquet in Race 4.
All up, Spargo steered his followers into a whopping 80% POT.
And with a healthy 90-day profit, Spargo is one of the more reliable tipsters in the SKY Racing tipping stable.
Terry Spargo is flying
South Australia's Brett Davis bagged the bronze after his tips drove a ripping $1,260 in cash profit from $100 win bets.
This was thanks to a big haul of winners across Starthalbyn, Penola and Gawler, at a meaty average price of $5.37.
To regularly call and tip all over the state is no easy task, making Davis's continued appearances in this article all the more impressive.
There aren't many others you'd go to for some quality SA tips.
From South Australia we head further west, out to Kris Warren in Kalgoorlie.
Warren notched up 3 winners on Sunday's card, including $15 roughie Cocky Ed in the last.
This not only drove a mammoth 170% POT for Warren and his followers, but saw the caller record his second consecutive profit at the track.
Watch out for Warren's next Kalgoorlie tips.
We finish off our tour of Australia on the Apple Isle, after Colin McNiff fired at Devonport.
The premier Tassie caller jagged 3 winners on Sunday, at an average price of $4.43.
Not a bad effort from just 7 selections.
On top of his weekly 90% POT, McNiff is in rare air among media tipsters.
That's because he's boasting a 7% POT from all his tips over the past 365 days.
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Eagle Farm Tips
We're back at Eagle Farm on Saturday for the running of the Group 1 Queensland Oaks.
And with an incredible record at the expansive Brisbane track, Michael Maxworthy is the tipster you want to be finding.
The presenter and form analyst has bagged 18 Eagle Farm winners at a superb strike rate of 40% over the past three months.
They've saluted at a solid average price of $3.48 to drive a 39% POT for Maxworthy's followers.
But it's his tipping streak at the track that's sure to excite punters.
That's because Maxworthy has now dished up five consecutive winning days at Eagle Farm.
Can he make it six straight on Saturday?
Not only was Paul Joice the top tipster of the week, but he's starting to build a very impressive extended record.
The Sydney form specialist has tipped 20 winners over the past 30 days, at a meaty average price of $4.15.
This has generated $2,210 in cash profit if you followed Joice's tips with $100 bets and doubled up on his best bets.
On top of that, Joice is boasting a four-day tipping streak at all tracks.
You know his next tips will be launched.
Paul Joice is tipping winners for fun