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Brief: Cellcard donates prizes

Brief: Cellcard donates prizes

Local phone company Cellcard has released a statement confirming sponsorship of the Post Fantasy League 2009. They will be awarding Cellcard scratchcards throughout the entire season, and a grand prize of a 3G phone to the best overall manager. However, Employees of Cellcard, CTN and Phnom Penh Post will not be eligible to win the prizes, but are still encouraged to join for fun. So hurry up and get your team registered before the first round of matches kick off this Saturday. Go to Fantasy.premierleague.com and register a team for free (one team per email address) and join our group using the code 112590-31633.

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