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Saints lift up Rongney United

Gameweek 22 was dominated by Chelsea and Southampton players because of their postponed December 15th game that was played on Thursday.

They were rewarded with Juan Mata’s 16 points and Eden Hazard showing of the week by getting 19 points, as well as the Saints’ Lambert, Puncheon and Clyne scoring 14, 12 and 11 points.

Through the Chelsea players and relatively high-scoring games, this week’s winning team, Rongney United, managed by Ung Chamrong accrued 102 points and is one of a very few gameweek centurians this season.

He started Mata and the three Dream Teamers from Southampton – Lambert, Puncheon and Clyne – which earned him the weekly prizes of a $20 voucher card and a T-shirt from sponsors Cellcard.

Last weekend also saw the Cellcard half-season celebration party at the Tonle Bassac Restaurant, where the top 10 managers were invited to a buffet and the top three given a Cellcard router and shirt each. A lot of expert tips were exchanged, and the attending media and Cellcard officials were desperate to take home some of the Fantasy wisdom.

Dream team:

Artur Boruc (S’hampton) – 8, Nemanja Vidic (Man Utd) – 11, Nathaniel Clyne (S’hampton) – 11, Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea) – 10, Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 19, Juan Mata (Chelsea) – 16, Jimmy Kebe (Reading) – 13, Frank Lampard (Chelsea) – 13, Jason Puncheon (S’hampton) – 12, Rickie Lambert (S’hampton) – 14, Carlos Tevez (Man City) – 11

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at christophderbuc@aol.com

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