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Lichfield Leisure Leagues football round-up

Stonn All Stars

Heavyweights stated their intentions in the Burntwood 6 a side Sunday Premier Division, delivering a knockout blow to Nuventus in an 8-0 hammering.

Young Guns continue to lead the way however as they comfortably overcame the challenge of One Hit Wanderers by three goals to nil. Apsen Arrows were bang on target in the First Division as they smashed nine past The Drogs who were unable to reply.

Real Playaz FC stated their intentions in the Monday 6 a side top flight as they recorded a commanding 7-3 win over The Drop Outs, but Definitelymaybe continue to lead the way after a devastating 9-1 victory against Chase Rattlers.

GG’s and Bangtidy fought out a real ding dong affair in Division Two with the game finishing in a 4-4 stalemate. The final tier saw some thumping victories as Athletico Thistle and Underdogs were in free-scoring form putting Burntwood Monsters and Chase Rattlers to the sword, 7-1 and 9-1 respectively.

Team Shamone wrapped up runners up spot in the Cannock 6 a side Sunday Premier Division as they saw off the challenge of Hawkins by four goals to two, which was the same score-line with which The Forklifts squeezed out Wardles Lane .

Whispering clinched the First Division title despite being held to a 1-1 stalemate by Team Maestro as GFC Allstarz slumped to a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Unbelievable Tekkers, whilst Mundial 7’s completed a fine championship winning season in Division Two with a 2-0 triumph over Beercelona.

Fat Boy Slim finally recorded their first win of the campaign in the Wednesday 6 a side Premier Division as they eased out Cheslyn Hay FC by six goals to two, whilst FC Copen Badly preserved their perfect record with a 5-1 mauling of Strongbow Unathletic. Pigdogs maintained a 100% start in Division Two as Matt Quick proved the difference in a 3-2 victory over Salt ‘N’ Vinegar Kestrels.

The Unit boosted their Lichfield Sunday Premier Division survival hopes as Ash Cleaver was at his lethal best in a 2-1 win against Stonn All Stars, whilst Clifton Rovers hit Real Sosobad for six in Division One, the latter failing to reply.

Dr Johnson have leapt to the summit of the Monday 6 a side First Division following a commanding 4-1 defeat of FC PWN, whilst Family United eased out Lichfield Unathletic by four goals to nil. How Wide will be hoping to push on next campaign in the Tuesday 6 a side league after finishing on a high with a 3-0 win against FC No Chance.

Anyone who wants to join the 6-a-side football leagues in Burntwood, Cannock or Lichfield can ring 0845 230 2340 or visit

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