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Brief: Gameweek 16 winner

Brief: Gameweek 16 winner

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ANOTHER mad round of Premier League fixtures has been and gone, and once the dust has settled we see that Tin Fi’s Shaolin Sucka has won the Post fantasy league’s weekly prize of a US$20 Cellcard voucher and T-shirt with a total of 83 points. Top monks in Tin Fi’s squad were Chelsea hotshot Didier Drogba (13pts), Stoke’s goalscoring defender Ryan Shawcross (10pts), and the uber-reliable Richard Dunne of Aston Villa (8pts). Also of note is league leader Art Nolen, who just crashed through the 1,000-season-points barrier. The next gameweek deadline is tonight at 2:30am, so get your teams shipshape sharpish.

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