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Gameweek 35 winner

Gameweek 35 winner

ONLY three more thrilling gameweeks of the Post fantasy league left, and things are spicing up nicely. At present, Jack Ellis and his side Norfolknchance holds a slender lead of three points at the summit so there’s still all to play til the end of the Premier season. Gameweek 35 had its pitfalls for many, with selections needing to be spot on to score heavily. Davey Boy’s team Le Tissier Saints were Le Gods of the week with a sparkling 89 points total. Midfield maestros James Milner (15 points) and Charles N’Zogbia (13 points) contributed nicely, as did the 20 points for putting Brad Friedel as captain. Davey Boy collects the US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt courtesy of Cellcard. Transfers for this weekend of whitehot action need to be made by 5:30pm Saturday.

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