Only two games played in division 1 of the Monday league last night, meaning JLC and Portugal U21's are still first and second respectivley. Navy Seals beat Kersal Massive 10-9 to move them away from the relegation zone. Teds Tank Tops doubled their points tally for the season after recording a 12-5 win against Don't Messi With Us.
Woodhouse Park still top division two, despite not having a game last night. FC Bram Side are keeping their good run going having beaten Manchester FC 10-1. Bram Side have the chance to close the gap on the leaders next week as the top two meet. Phantom Brazillians beat Fakerbatche 12-9 to stay in contention for that second place. At the other end of the table Vulcans beat The Team 12-5, meaning The Team now occupy the second relegation place.
Trafford had a week off this wee, giving the rest of the league chance to catch up on them. Although The Lads won their game in hand on the leaders, they still remain 5 points behind. the Lads beat The Beatables 14-6. The only other game in division 3 saw Nameless beat Team Anne Owen 5-2. Although Nameless are still far from safety.
Cereal Killers' narrow win against Dog Inn means they're now joint top of division 4 with Republic of Mancunia (although they do have a game in hand). Two new teams in the league last week shared the points as Real Madras and Jack Davies drew 5 all.
Not a Chance had the result of the night as they beat Untitled 14-1, to stay top of the league. CG and Co now occupy second place as they beat Athletico Porno (who previously held second place) 8-4. The final result of the evening saw Bredbury Gypos beat Stripes 10-6.
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