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Real Football Men – Fantasy Football Roundup Gameweek 5

Another week of Premier League action is in the history books and that means it’s time for another Real Football Men – Fantasy Football Roundup.

There’s no change at the top as Kwame Twumasi continues his reign at the head of the table, his 335 point haul sees him already open up a 36 point lead over Dennis Kioko in second place.
Kwame and Dennis both took part last year and will be looking to improve on their positions as they looks to be the second winner of the competition come May.

Harrison Narh continues his surge up the table as he moves into third, his 80 point tally was good but wasn’t good enough to be the weeks top scorer, he leapfrogs early pacesetter Tim Ward who surprisingly had the weeks lowest score of 29 points. A very costly week for Tim.

I played my wildcard and chipped in with a solid 65 points but have to make do with 5th while last season’s winner David McDonagh is hot on my heels 6th. My good friend Andy Miller is picking up pace after a slow start, he’s now in 7th. While M Fariz Nirwansyah, Ologo Popo and Peter Smith round out the top 10.

David Lucas had the fortune of being this weeks top scorer has he recorded an emphatic 86 points, he sits in joint 14th with another competition old boy Lasse Ehrer.

@THEWWFPL (give him a follow on Twitter) has moved up the table and now sees himself in 22nd, while Gary Mantle flies all the way up to 30th.

The battle to beat the mid season boot continues as once again Stuart Robertson sits rooted to the bottom of the table, he finds himself 32 points behind Malaysio Junior. There’s still plenty of time to make that deficit up.

That’s all for this week – until next week’s roundup

Highest Score – David Lucas 86

Lowest Score – Tim Ward 29

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