Congratulations to all of the Sunday league teams who've made it to this point of the season unscathed from the battering we always get from the holiday season, plus United, City and Bank Holidays affecting all of the 7 weeks of the season so far! Your reward for sticking with us is a nice, clear run in to the end of the season, with neither United or City playing on a Sunday again until 23rd October - when they play each other!
That will be of great relief to our division 1 teams, as no games took place yesterday............
Just one game took place in division 2, with Under Rated drawing level with second placed Team Tom after beating AC Milane 10-4. Leaders Bang Tidy picked up a forfeit win by playing a friendly against division 1 Waitrose, with best wished going to James from Bang Tidy, who piced up what looked to be a fairly serious injury in a fairly innocuous challenge.
When Albion Hungover realised they were playing 23rd Striker last night, there was a collective sigh as they remembered to beating they received from the same team earlier in the season. Their fears were realised again, not quite as badly this time, as they lost 14-5 to the league leaders. SK1 Famalam recovered from last weeks narrow defeat to 23rd (and their associated tickly coughs) to beat Asleep At The Back 10-6 and all but wrap up second spot.
Only one game took place in division 4, with the Inter derby between Losin and Your Sister finishing in a 7-7 draw.
Only one game.................division 5, with The Veterans retaining top spot with a thumping 19-5 win over Withington FC.
One game...............division 6 through up a surprise result, not just that Inter Yamam beat leaders Unathletic Madrid, but by the margin of victory - the game finished 17-5.
A full house of games in the bottom two divisions (where would we be without you guys?!). We may need to double check a scoreline from this division, with no disrespect meant to Toe Bung Town, but we have them down as picking up a first victory of the season with a crushing 16-3 win over former(?) leaders The Bee Gees (someone get in touch if that result needs checking). For now, Milanchester Reborn return to the top after scraping past Four In Hand 9-8. Buzzin move up to third after a 13-9 win over Pick It Lick It Roll It Flick It FC, who displayed a vast improvement on last weeks showing.
Offerton are top of the bottom division thanks to a 13-3 win over Anchor Men. Their lead at the top is three points from Deportivo Lack Of Talent, who have a game in hand and were 18-8 winners over Hetty FC last night. Norfolk picked up just a second win of the season, with a 7-4 victory over Fake Madrid.
Sunday is all clear for the next few weeks, so give us a call to fill one of our existing vacancies on 01614429988 or email email@example.com for more information.