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Kansai League Division 2
Newcomers Shiga FC continued their excellent start to the season in Division 2 of the Kansai League, with a 4-2 defeat of FC Glaspo Kashiwara... they have maximum points from the two games so far, as do old hands Kyoto Shiko Club and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe... but Hermano Osaka look as if they're going to struggle again this year, after having been crushed 6-1 at Renaiss Health & Medical College to go bottom of the table on goal difference...

Sat 19 Apr: Biwako SC Hira 2-3 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe
Sat 19 Apr: Renaiss Health & Medical College 6-1 Hermano Osaka
Sat 19 Apr: Riseisha FC 1-2 Kyoto Shiko Club
Sat 19 Apr: Shiga FC 4-2 FC Glaspo Kashiwara

1. Shiga FC 6 (+5)
2. Kyoto Shiko Club 6 (+3)
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3. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 6 (+2)
4. Renaiss Health & Medical College 3 (+2)
5. Biwako SC Hira 3 (-)
6. Riseisha FC 0 (-2)
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7. FC Glaspo Kashiwara 0 (-3)
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8. Hermano Osaka 0 (-7)
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JFL News In Brief
JFL high-flyers Tochigi SC have further strengthened their squad with the signing of 23-year-old defender Chon Ryun Pot from Kanto League newcomers FC Korea... Katsunari Mizumoto, an 18-year-old defender, has joined Gainare Tottori from Luther Gakuen HS...
JFL / Regional League Promotion & Relegation 2008
The JFL have confirmed the system of promotion and relegation between itself and the nine Regional Leagues that will be used for 2008, as follows:

1. If no teams are promoted from the JFL to the J-League, the 17th and 18th teams in the JFL will be relegated to the appropriate Regional League. The top two teams in the Regional League Championship Winners Play-offs will be promoted to the JFL. There will also be an additional play-off between the third team in the Regional League Play-offs and the 16th team in the JFL.

2. If one team is promoted from the JFL to the J-League, the 18th team in the JFL will be relegated to the appropriate Regional League. The top two teams in the Regional League Championship Winners Play-offs will be promoted to the JFL. There will also be an additional play-off between the third team in the Regional League Play-offs and the 17th team in the JFL.

3. If two teams are promoted from the JFL to the J-League, the top two teams in the Regional League Championship Winners Play-offs will be promoted to the JFL. There will also be an additional play-off between the third team in the Regional League Play-offs and the 18th team in the JFL.

It's not yet clear whether the J-League will once again consider a top-four finish in the JFL to be good enough for associate member clubs to gain promotion to J2 - as was the case at the end of 2007 with FC Gifu and Roasso Kumamoto - although the maintaining of this system would seem to be likely this time around.
Japanese Non-league Football Yearbook 2008
The first ever Japanese Non-league Football Yearbook can now be viewed or downloaded for free from:

http://www.nippon-ganbare.com/IMG/pdf/yearbook08.pdf
More J-League Associate Members
Kataller Toyama and JFL newcomers New Wave Kitakyushu have both achieved J-League associate member status, the J-League have announced. This clears the way for the two to be promoted to J2, should they achieve sufficiently good results on the pitch, and as such places them on a par with three other clubs who are also associate members: Fagiano Okayama, Gainare Tottori and Tochigi SC. Meanwhile FC Ryukyu's application was rejected without J-League officials giving a reason why.
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