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Burntwood Leisure Leagues football round-up

footballWhite Horse seemed to fall at the first hurdle as they were shot down by Young Guns in a 6-0 mauling which keeps the latter top of the Burntwood Sunday six-a-side Premier Division.

The Trotters Return Again are hot on their heels despite being held to a goalless draw by Average Joes. At the other end of the table, FC Firm remain bottom and pointless as they suffered a 3-0 reverse against Fortress.

Pelsall Predators just can’t stop winning, the latest side to come away with nothing against the First Division leaders were Barclay Boys who went down 2-1. LGCC FC are hot on their heels as they chalked up their fourth win in five, 2-0 against Burntwood 6.

Definitelymaybeprobablynot made it three wins out of three at the top of the Burntwood Monday league after sneaking home 2-1 against Linford Athletic.

Manaconk saw off Athletico Chasetown 3-0 to stay second, while third placed The Barns managed the same score against Real Brownhills.

It was 6-0 in division one, as both AFC Clayhanger and Fibatrim maintained their promotion challenges by beating Big Mac and ADCDEFC respectively, while IYM cruised home 4-0 against Moredrawsthanthelotto.

Mean Machine extended their winning run to three games in division two, easing out strugglers Burntwood Villa 2-0.

Team Tek got off the winning mark for the new season with a 3-1 cruise against Team Chase and the Drop Outs moved firmly into mid-table after easing out PSV Hangover 2-0.

Linford AFC’s tough start to the campaign continued with a 2-1 loss to Europa FC.

Scales FC gave a weighty showing in division three smashing Adidas All-Stars 10-1, while Multiple Scoregasm smashed in seven against Burntwood Villains, who only managed one in reply.

The pick elsewhere saw Team Salad toss Bobby Dazzlers a 4-1 loss while Paradise City hit the high notes with a 4-0 dismissal of The Green FC.

Anyone interested in joining the Burntwood six-a-side Leisure Leagues can call 0845 230 2340 or visit

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