LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: how it stands after Week 16

Congratulations to Paul Revell, whose Sock Monsters (948 points) continue to lead the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League after Week 16, just ahead of Edward Douglas’s Use Your Ed (931) and Christopher Buck’s Moves Like Agger (922).

The week’s top performer was former LDV contributing editor Mark Valladares, whose 85 points catapulted him into the top 10. But let’s also hear it for two players outside the top 10: Alan Worthington’s No Vardy, No Party had the second best week’s performance, with 80 points — with an honourable mention to Mr. Howse’s Ephen Stephens with 79 points.

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There are 219 players in total and you can still join the league by clicking here.

* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from 2007 to 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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