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Lichfield Leisure Leagues round-up

A potentially decisive week in the race for honours saw Galacticos stay three points clear after hammering Hexis FC Legends 6-0 in the Lichfield Leisure Leagues Sunday Premier League, while fellow high-fliers Norfolk N Chance were toppled 3-1 by Slap A Dingle.

The other two games saw a pair of 1-0 wins for second placed Gash Wanderers and lowly Mean Machine, who edged Bassetts Allsorts and Ice Pack respectively.

In division one the top three all won, Hexis FC Marvels showing their class again by destroying Balboa’s Boys 7-0, Catalans producing a performance worthy of the Nou Camp in a 2-0 cruise against Barmy Army Tage, and finally Boley Park FC sneaking home 2-1 against Boley Explosion.

A big shock at the top of the table saw Hats Off lose their first match of the Monday league campaign, 2-1 to England Youth.

Monkeys Punk were unable to take advantage and move to the summit themselves as they were held to a goalless draw by PES United. Fellow high-fliers Old Heads did have a much better day, seeing off Six On Legs 3-0, while Colin Lee’s Adopted Sons were beaten by the same score against fellow strugglers Boley Park Academy.

Guiness All Blacks

Guiness All Blacks

Plough & Harrow were division one’s big winners, delivering a nap hand defeat to Dads Army, who they thumped 5-0, second placed Barmy Army Tage also won, 3-0 against Norfolk & Chance but perhaps the pick of the victories saw Renegade Raiders move away from the bottom of the table by just squeaking past Banana Grove 2-1.

Liquid Football gave themselves a great chance of taking the Tuesday league title after vanquishing leaders Wilmot Dairies 4-1.

Elsewhere on an exciting week Smashups FC moved above KED after thumping them 5-0, while there was a pair of 5-1 victories, as Friary Boys and Sporting saw off KB Rejects and Guiness All Blacks respectively.

Anyone who wants to join the leagues in Lichfield can ring 0845 230 2340 or visit www.leisureleagues.net

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