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Brief: Gameweek 9 winners

Brief: Gameweek 9 winners

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A low-scoring week in the Post Fantasy league saw Jack Ellis’ team Norfolknchance and Art Cricket’s Super Kricket share the spoils with 65 points each. Jack Ellis contradicted his team’s namesake, fielding the infallible Fabregas as captain for 16 points, as well as Aston Villa’s star defender Richard Dunne for 11 points, while Art Cricket made similar picks and gave Villa’s James Collins a run out for 10 points. Both managers collect US$20 phone credit and T-short courtesy of Cellcard. Next week’s managerial manouevres must be made before 5:30pm Saturday.

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