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FANTASY LEAGUE WEEK 21

FANTASY LEAGUE WEEK 21

Penultimate update.

Fan favourite Dave Hester was our leading points scorer again in Week 21 with 170 points thanks to runs, wickets and 4 catches in the 1st XI's victory over Follifoot. 

Louis Morton recorded the highest weekly total as his side Thanks For Coming posted a very healthy 742 points. Captain Dave was the main contributer but Saqib Mir's 6 wickets and 3rd team centurian George Hammond made it a bumper week for Louis. 

Overall Martin Wildsmith appears to have the title wrapped up with a 691 point lead heading into the final week but it's all to play for in the runners up positions. 
Simon Hogan moves into 2nd place with Daniel Groom hot on his heals just 19 points behind him. Mick Scott slips to 4th a further 73 points back whilst James Druce makes up the top 5 98 points adrift of 4th. 

With £80 for 2nd spot and £50 for 3rd place it will be a tense week for our managers as they decide their teams for our final week. 
Louis Morton's fine score in our penultimate week catapults him into the highest weekly score position and shows that there's still plenty to play for to all those managers not in contention. £40 to be exact!

Good luck to all those involved, consider those transfers and captaincy selections wisely. 

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