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Gameweek 18 winner

Gameweek 18 winner


A tepid gameweek of sorts sees a winning score of 65 points by Sum Sipha with his team GTS claim the Cellcard US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt. Sipha utilised Chelsea’s desginated penalty taker Frank Lampard as his captain to earn 14 points, while adding 14 points from the inspired Vassiriki Diaby of Arsenal and a dozen more from Fulham’s Bobby Zamora. Business as normal this weekend, with a transfer deadline of 6:30pm Saturday, as we near the halfway point of the season.


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