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Framlington World Cup challenge

Are you on course for the first monthly prize?

Watch this space!

The first week of play is under way and here is how the teams are shaping up so far.

The table (right) shows the week&#39s top 20 players based on entries received by Tuesday, February 26. All entries received by the closing date of Monday, March 4 will be backdated and included in subsequent league tables.

Remember, every month, Framlington will announce a winner. Each monthly winner will receive an England football shirt (or the team of their choice) and a crate of beer! The first monthly winner will be announced in Money Marketing on Thursday, April 4.

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