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Burntwood Leisure Leagues football round-up

Young Guns sit top of the pile in the Burntwood Sunday six-a-side Premier Division on goal difference after as they breached the Fortress defence in a 2-0 win.

Attack of the Clowns

Attack of the Clowns

Attack Of The Clowns are hot on their heels as they squeezed past Wolfsburg Dubs 2-1, whilst The Trotters Return Again lost ground after a goalless stalemate against PSV Hangover.

Burntwood Reds continue to sit in a precarious position at the foot of the table after suffering a narrow 2-1 reverse against White Horse.

The top two in the First Division crossed swords, and it was LGCC FC came out on top, 2-0 against leaders Pelsall Predators, subsequently cutting the gap to a solitary point.

The Kings Of Zimbabwe were able to take full advantage of the leaders face off as they battled to a 2-1 victory over The Untouchables.

Definatelymaybeprobablynot are looking a formidable force in the Monday Premier Division, sitting eight points clear of the chasing pack following a 5-1 humbling of Real Brownhills.

Manaconk FC battled to a 3-1 victory over Burntwood AFC, and leapfrogged their opponents in the process.

The First Division was also beginning to look a bit of a one horse race, but Braziliant gave leaders AFC Clayhanger food for thought in a 1-1 stalemate.

The Drop Outs demonstrated just why they sit top of Division Two as they comfortably overcame the challenge of Europa FC. Mean Machine are hot on the leaders heels but were made to work harder for maximum points, edging past FC Sporting by a goal to nil, overhauling the defeated with victory.

The promotion race in Division Three is really starting to hot up, as Yew Tree emerged as frontrunners after they knocked Team Salad off in a 3-0 win.

Deportivo La Catalent also slipped to a surprise defeat as they were narrowly edged out by Paradise City , 3-2.

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

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