THE fat lady has sung on our Post Fantasy League, and an overall winner has emerged to claim the Cellcard 3G phone grand prize. Jack Ellis defied his team name of Norfolk’n’chance to take every opportunity to end up on top of the table with a monstrous 2,351 points total; 14 ahead of Brenda Wade’s AV Cambodia. Mr Ellis even had the gall to rename his side as champions a week ago, and with wise picks such as Chelsea’s Drogba and Lampard as well as Spurs’ Gareth Bale, he easily confirmed his premier status. Gameweek 38 prizes of a Cellcard US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt were claimed by V.remee Y.U’s side Cam-sport with a solid total of 94 points. So congratulations to all our participants in what has been a thrilling and thoroughly engaging season of competition, and we hope to see another mess load of managers battling it out for glory in the next Premier League term.
Fantasy league winds up
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