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Gameweek 30 winner

Gameweek 30 winner

SOME powerhouse performances from some powerhouse players made for a feast of high scores in the latest Post Fantasy league gameweek. However, a lone centurion both consolidated his position at the top of the table and claimed the weekly bounty of a $20 phone voucher and T-shirt from Cellcard. Jack Ellis with his team NorfolknChance bagged a brilliant 102 points, in no small thanks to Aston Villa’s James Milner as captain for 24 points as well as the terrifying trio of Rooney (13), Drogba (10) and Torres (19) upfront. Ellis now sits a formidable 63 points proud of the nearest rival at the summit of the league. But there are still eight riveting rounds left for the rest to catch up, beginning with gameweek 31 which has a transfer deadline at 6:30pm this Saturday.

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