LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League: how it stands after Week 5

Yes, I know it’s Lib Dem conference week – but don’t let that distract you from your essential fantasy football team management responsibilities…

Congratulations to Lee Medlicott, whose Disco’s Dopughnuts lead the LibDemVoice Fantasy Football League after Week 5 with an impressive haul of 297 points – that puts him at 1,110th in the global league of 3.4 million players! Lee’s just ahead of Paul Revell’s Sock Monsters and Joe Harris’s Fer-Fer-2.

Lee’s performance was the best in Gameweek 5 (75 points). But let’s also hear it for three players outside the top 10: Alain Desmier’s Highbury Hill Heroes, with 74 points, and honourable mentions go to Rich Chapelle and Alan Worthington, both with 69 points.

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There are 216 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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One Comment

  • richard underhill 19th Jul '20 - 9:35pm

    At t\he end of a Forrmula 1 race they play the national anthem,
    OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM.
    Lewis Hamilton wins in Hungary, Be proud he is British.
    Qualified first, pole position
    finished first. 25 points
    fastest lap, one extra point
    leads the drivers 63 points so far this year
    Bottas 58 points
    Verstappen (Dutch) 33 points
    Norris (Brit) 26 points

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