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Norfolk have the Lichfield Sunday six-a-side Premier Division title in their sights as they battled to a 2-0 win over YMA, opening up a four point gap at the summit.

The Galacticos have lost ground on the leaders as they were held to a 1-1 stalemate against struggling Barmy Army Tage. FC Licho could really done with a maximum point haul, but had to settle for a point following a goalless draw with Ice Pack.

Rugeley Hexis are edging closer to the First Division Championship with a 5-2 victory over Mean Machine. The win was to prove even more significant as Boley Explosion couldn’t break the deadlock in a 0-0 draw with Gumtree FC.

A tight round of games saw just two goals scored in four top division matches on Monday.

Family United moved away from the basement after easing Colin Lees Adopted Sons in a key relegation battle, while Plough & Harrow FC became the first team to take points off Boley Park Academy as they won by the only goal.

In division one Street Strikers are now only one point ahead after they lost 1-0 to Six On Legs despite the best efforts of Joe O’Neil. Struggling Dads Army beat Banana Grove by the same score, while Norfolk took advantage of the leaders slip and eased England Youth 2-0 and Barmy Army Tage needed the odd goal in three against Friary Sharks.

Congratulations to Lichfield Crown who took the Tuesday title with a game to spare as they eased out KED 3-1.

FC No Chance made sure of second place, and with it an invite to the Leisure Leagues National 6-a-side Championships, as they edged rock bottom Bayern Neverlosin 1-0.

The other games, firstly between Pathetic Athletic and Rugeley Hexis and then the Sporting versus Big Dawgs clash both ended 1-1.

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