Here are the headline of the month finalists, as appearing in the July edition of Press Gazette:
Story: England scrape through to a 1-1 draw with the USA after a goal-keeping error from Rob Green gifts a goal to the Americans.
Headline (honours shared between the News of the World and the Sunday Mirror): HAND OF CLOD
Story: A missing letter from the French philosopher Rene Descartes is discovered after a scholar finds a reference to it on the internet.
Headline (The Guardian): Descartes letter exists, therefore it is found by web surfer
Story: US general Stanley McChrystal is sacked by president Barack Obama after criticising him in a magazine article.
Headline (The Sun): MAC THE KNIFED
But as always there can only be one winner and, not for the first time, a bottle of Jura single malt whisky will be finding its way down to Bristol to sharp-eyed headline spotter Francis Harvey.
Story: TV favourite Declan Donnelly, of Ant and Dec fame, apparently has a hair-raising talent for growing back his thinning head of hair.
Headline: IT’S ALL STRANDS ON DECK
Well done to Daily Star night editor Nick Bailey who came up with it and who also receives a bottle of Jura single malt.
The deadline for headline of the month entries for the September edition of Press Gazette is 23 August. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org