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Game week 24 winner

Game week 24 winner

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ANOTHER dozen fixtures were crammed into gameweek 24, but a relatively tepid set of scores kept the Post Fantasy league tallies low. A platonic menage a trois of managers made the top grade this time out, including Sok Bunneang’s Sangha FC (who also won game week 22), Chelsea Senior’s Chelsilia and the unconventionally named V.remee Y.U with his side Cam-sport. The tactician trio scored a total of 83 points each to claim their US$20 phone card voucher and T-shirt from Cellcard, with all teams featuring the unstoppable Nicolas Anelka of Chelsea for 10 points, while Sangha fielded Leyton Baines for 9 points and the other two picked Stephen Hunt for 12 points. Deadline this Saturday is the usual 6:30pm for transfers.

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