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Gameweek 29 winner

Gameweek 29 winner

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Gameweek 29 showed just how selective you have to be in the Post Fantasy league. With the masses congregating around the mid-thirties mark, one manager stood proud on 85 points – an incredible 19 points clear of his nearest rival. With an unnerving display of precognition, Lazrus Simon’s team lazruseleven cashed in big time with hat trick hero Marcus Bent as captain for 32 points, as well as the sensational Mikel Arteta for 18 points. Simon deservedly collects the Cellcard US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt for the weekly win. This weekend’s transfer deadline is 6:30pm Saturday.

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