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Gameweek 19 winner

Gameweek 19 winner

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As we pass through the hectic but festive half way point of our Fantasy football season, we see a new leader emerge at the top of the heap. The usually rock-solid Art Nolen with his side Smart Kick suffered a shocking slump over the weekend to allow the divine Brenda Wade to take the summit on 1127 points with her team AV Cambodia. But will Brenda remain there til the end? Nineteen more weeks of exciting action and managerial mayhem will tell. Gameweek 19, meanwhile, treated us to the usual unpredictability that we’ve come to know and love/loathe. And it was Dan Morris who made the best Santa list of players, with his team, Just Dandy, scoring 85 points. Dan doubled on Wayne Rooney as captain to grab 30 huge points, while also banking 14 points from Cesc Fabregas and an impressive 11 points from Birmingham goalie Joe Hart, to claim the US$20 Cellcard voucher and T-shirt.

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