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Gameweek 21 winner

Gameweek 21 winner

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PHNOM PENH – Gameweek 21 was almost a complete white out, with subzero conditions canceling all but three fixtures. Kevin O’Reilly blasted his Reaper Rockets through the snow wall to claim the weekly prize of a US$20 Cellcard phone voucher and T-shirt with a score of 65 points. Unsurprisingly, the star player and wise choice as captain was hattrick hero Carlos Tevez of Man City, who doubled up to haul 34 points for the Rockets. O’Reilly also benefited from Micah Richards’ nine points and Vassiriki Diaby’s six points. Gameweek 22 will hopefully host a full set of fixtures, with deadline for team changes at 6:30pm Saturday. DAN RILEY

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