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ParkJiSrun FC storms round 14 with Suarez

ParkJiSrun FC storms round 14 with Suarez

Ek Satya’s ParkJiSrun FC won gameweek 14 of the Cellcard Fantasy League with a stunning 122 points, the top tally so far this season, in no small part thanks to his superstar captain Luiz Suarez of Liverpool for 48 points.

However, Satya is a Phnom Penh Post employee and is ineligible for prizes. Cell-card staff member Peoupisey Peng is also forbidden to collect the bounty despite grabbing 117 points with his team East Lion FC.

Thus, E Bunthen’s The Phantom FC on 114 points is declared the winner and will receive a $20 phone voucher and T-shirt from sponsors Cellcard.

In the concurrently run Cellcard Facebook Fanpage competition, the rollover prize of $30 of phone vouchers was finally claimed by Ea Khunso-cheat, who won the lucky draw of eight contestants who correctly guessed that Arsenal would win 2-0 and Mesut Ozil would score last.

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