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Tohoku Division 2(N) - Result
The 2006 Tohoku League season started in a low-key way with a single fixture on Sunday in Division 2 (North), between last year's divisional winners Tono Club from Iwate prefecture and newly-promoted Akita Prefectural League winners TDK Shinwakai, a team mainly consisting of former TDK Akita players. Despite the fact that they won all five of their home matches in 2005's league competition, Tono were held to a draw in their first game of this year.

Tono Club 1-1 TDK Shinwakai
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Kyushu League - Round 4
Championship favourites V Varen Nagasaki triumphed in their local derby match against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki on Sunday, but still find themselves in third place in the Kyu league table. Although V Varen do have a game in hand on some of their rivals, Volca Kagoshima and Nippon Steel Oita have maintained their 100% records and thus hold the top two positions. It was outsiders New Wave Kitakyushu's turn for a week off in the nine-team fixture list, but they return to action next week with a crunch match aganst Volca which, if they lose, more or less confirms the league as a three-horse race for 2006. At the bottom, the ex-Fukuoka University students of Nanakuma Tombies were beaten 5-1 at home by an ecstatic Osumi NIFS United - which means that Nanakuma, Mitsubishi and Kaiho Bank SC have yet to get off the mark.

23 Apr 06 - Kyu League Merchandise Special, pt 1 - a V Varen Nagasaki flag

Kyu League Merchandise Special, pt 1 - a V Varen Nagasaki flag

Sun 23 Apr: Kaiho Bank SC 1-3 Volca Kagoshima
Sun 23 Apr: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki 0-3 V Varen Nagasaki
Sun 23 Apr: Nanakuma Tombies 1-5 Osumi NIFS United
Sun 23 Apr: Okinawa Kariyushi 2-3 Nippon Steel Oita

1 Volca Kagoshima 12 (+10)
2 Nippon Steel Oita 12 (+8)
3 V Varen Nagasaki 9 (+12)
4 New Wave Kitakyushu 6 (+3)
5 Okinawa Kariyushi 6 (-1)
6 Osumi NIFS United 3 (-5)
7 Kaiho Bank SC 0 (-8)
8 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki 0 (-9)
9 Nanakuma Tombies 0 (-10)

23 Apr 06 - Nanakuma Tombies, Osumi NIFS and a linesman all run around

Nanakuma Tombies, Osumi NIFS and a linesman all run around
Shikoku League - Round 3
Three games in and the Shikoku League is beginning to emerge as being far more competitive this year than has been the case over recent seasons. Title holders Nangoku Kochi beat Tokushima-based Alex SC 3-1 but lie only in fourth, two points behind Sanyo Electric Tokushima and leaders Kamatamare Sanuki, for whom Hiroshi Kato netted twice against Sanwa Club. Ehime Shimanami dropped points in a 1-1 draw at home to Tokushima Vortis Amateur to move down to third.

23 Apr 06 - Sanyo Electric Tokushima in white overcome Ventana AC

Sanyo Electric Tokushima in white overcome Ventana AC

Sun 23 Apr: Alex SC 1-3 Nangoku Kochi
Sun 23 Apr: Ehime Shimanami 1-1 Tokushima Vortis Amateur
Sun 23 Apr: Sanwa Club 0-3 Kamatamare Sanuki
Sun 23 Apr: Ventana AC 0-2 Sanyo Electric Tokushima

1 Kamatamare Sanuki 9 (+7)
2 Sanyo Electric Tokushima 9 (+6)
3 Ehime Shimanami 7 (+8)
4 Nangoku Kochi 7 (+3)
5 Tokushima Vortis Amateur 1 (-4)
6 Sanwa Club 1 (-4)
7 Alex SC 0 (-7)
8 Ventana AC 0 (-9)

23 Apr 06 - Ehime Shimanami go close against Tokushima Vortis Amateur

Ehime Shimanami go close against Tokushima Vortis Amateur
Kanto League - Round 2 Scores
The top three of the early season Kanto League Division 1 table has a spectacularly unlikely look to it just at present, as last year's relegation near-misses Yaita SC lead promoted side Toshiba Fuchu on goal difference, with Yokohama Sports & Culture Club trailing just behind them. All achieved good wins in Sunday's fixtures, Toshiba's 4-3 with Saitama SC being the match of the round. 2005 champions Luminozo Sayama needed an own goal to help them overcome Hanno Bruder and sneak into fourth as a result.

23 Apr 06 - Hanno Bruder in blue take on Luminozo Sayama

Hanno Bruder in blue take on Luminozo Sayama

FC Machida Zelvia continue their blistering start to the Division 2 campaign with a 6-2 thrashing of Aries FC, the same score by which Hitachi Tochigi Uva beat All Kamisu SC to put last week's battering by Machida behind them.

Division 1

Hanno Bruder 1-2 Luminozo Sayama
MSDF Atsugi Marcus 0-3 YSCC
Toshiba Fuchu 4-3 Saitama SC
Yaita SC 3-1 Toho Titanium

1 Yaita SC 6 (+3)
2 Toshiba Fuchu 6 (+2)
3 YSCC 4 (+3)
4 Luminozo Sayama 3 (-)
5 Saitama SC 1 (-1)
6 Hanno Bruder 1 (-1)
7 Toho Titanium 1 (-2)
8 MSDF Atsugi Marcus 0 (-4)

23 Apr 06 - Ex-Ventforet Kofu defender Kazuki Tsuda in action for FC Machida Zelvia

Ex-Ventforet Kofu defender Kazuki Tsuda in action for FC Machida Zelvia against Aries FC

Division 2

All Kamisu SC 2-6 Hitachi Tochigi Uva
FC Machida Zelvia 6-2 Aries FC
Furukawa Electrics Chiba 2-1 Kanagawa Teachers
Nirasaki Astros 2-2 Ome FC

1 FC Machida Zelvia 6 (+9)
2 Nirasaki Astros 4 (+2)
3 Hitachi Tochigi Uva 3 (-1)
4 Furukawa Electrics Chiba 3 (-1)
5 Ome FC 2 (-)
6 Kanagawa Teachers 1 (-1)
7 All Kamisu SC 1 (-1)
8 Aries FC 1 (-4)
Hokushinetsu League - Round 3 - Matsumoto Stunner As JSC Hit Ten
None of the Regional Leagues across Japan are looking more potent than Hokushinetsu at present, with a stunning number of goals and a remarkable result in Sunday's third round of the Division 1 programme. Top of the table are Japan Soccer College, who made it nineteen scored in just two home matches with their 10-1 annihilation of Teihens FC - but potentially far more significant was Matsumoto Yamaga Club's narrow 1-0 win at cash-rich Zweigen Kanazawa thanks to midfielder Teruyoshi Fukae's effort late in the first half, which keeps his newly-promoted side on maximum points and immediately puts Zweigen - pre-season hot favourites for promotion - on to the backfoot.

23 Apr 06 - A rubbish picture of Zweigen Kanazawa against Matsumoto Yamaga

A rubbish picture of Zweigen Kanazawa against Matsumoto Yamaga

2005 champions Nagano Elsa are moving back into contention, themselves running seven past Ueda Gentian, but bottom of the division at present are Niigata University of Management. They lost 5-1 at Fervorosa - for whom striker Yusuke Kawada picked up a hat-trick - and have now conceded eighteen times in the three games.

Maruoka Phoenix lost both their 100% record and their place at the top of Division 2 as they were well beaten at TOP Niigata - but taking over in pole position are FC Kanazu, 3-0 winners over relegated side FC Antelope. Toyama Shinjo Club, who just missed out on a place in Division 1 when they drew in a promotion / relegation play-off against Niigata University of Management, picked up their first points of 2006 with a 2-1 win over Nissei Resin to move off the bottom of the table.

Division 1

Fervorosa 5-1 Niigata University of Management
Japan Soccer College 10-1 Teihens FC
Nagano Elsa 7-0 Ueda Gentian
Zweigen Kanazawa 0-1 Matsumoto Yamaga Club

1 Japan Soccer College 9 (+20)
2 Matsumoto Yamaga Club 9 (+6)
3 Zweigen Kanazawa 6 (+13)
4 Nagano Elsa 6 (+9)
5 Fervorosa 4 (+1)
6 Teihens FC 1 (-16)
7 Ueda Gentian 0 (-16)
8 Niigata University of Management 0 (-17)

23 Apr 06 - Valiente Toyama fans cheering on the lads against LionPower Komatsu

Valiente Toyama fans cheering on the lads against LionPower Komatsu

Division 2

FC Antelope 0-3 FC Kanazu
TOP Niigata 3-0 Maruoka Phoenix
Toyama Shinjo Club 2-1 Nissei Resin
Valiente Toyama 0-1 LionPower Komatsu

1 FC Kanazu 7 (+6)
2 TOP Niigata 7 (+4)
3 Maruoka Phoenix 6 (+1)
4 Valiente Toyama 4 (-)
5 LionPower Komatsu 4 (-)
6 FC Antelope 3 (-3)
7 Toyama Shinjo Club 3 (-5)
8 Nissei Resin 0 (-3)
JFL Round 6 - Sunday Results
26 Apr 06 - Sagawa Osaka's Sho Gokyu battles against the Sagawa Tokyo defence

Sagawa Osaka's Sho Gokyu battles against the Sagawa Tokyo defence

The top of the JFL is now dominated by Toyama prefecture-based clubs, following the failure of previous leaders Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo to retain their 100% record - a 2-2 draw at company rivals Sagawa Kyubin Osaka in front of more than 5000 fans has let YKK AP and Alo's Hokuriku in to the top two spots, the former shading it with a goal difference superior by just one.

In Sunday's fixtures, however, YKK actually fell behind at lowly FC Kariya, but hit back to win 3-1, including a sixth of the season from Hiroki Kishida. Alo's beat Ryutsu Keizai University 3-0 and their front pairing of Naoki Ishibashi and Yoshio Kitagawa were both on target again, all three goals coming in the first half hour. Honda FC picked up an easy victory at Sagawa Printing to stay just a couple of points off the lead, but Tochigi SC needed an equaliser nine minutes from time to stop hosts SC Tottori from picking up their first win of the season so far.

22 Apr 06 - Ryutsu Keizai University prior to their game with Alo's Hokuriku

Ryutsu Keizai University prior to their game with Alo's Hokuriku

Towards the bottom of the table, Honda Lock conceded three goals in a disastrous second half at home to JEF Club, while promoted FC Ryukyu managed their first point of their JFL lives in a 0-0 draw at Mitsubishi Mizushima.

FC Kariya 1-3 YKK AP
Honda Lock 0-3 JEF Club
Mitsubishi Mizushima 0-0 FC Ryukyu
Ryutsu Keizai University 0-3 Alo's Hokuriku
Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 2-2 Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo
Sagawa Printing 1-4 Honda FC
SC Tottori 1-1 Tochigi SC

23 Apr 06 - Shinya Shirakawa on the attack for Honda Lock against JEF Club

Shinya Shirakawa on the attack for Honda Lock against JEF Club


1 YKK AP 18 (+18)
2 Alo's Hokuriku 18 (+17)
3 Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 16 (+16)
4 Honda FC 16 (+10)
5 Tochigi SC 14 (+6)
6 Rosso Kumamoto 13 (+4)
7 Yokogawa Musashino 12 (+7)
8 Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 8 (+2)
9 Arte Takasaki 7 (-4)
10 JEF Club 6 (-2)
11 Sony Sendai 6 (-3)
12 SC Tottori 4 (-5)
13 Mitsubishi Mizushima 4 (-10)
14 Ryutsu Keizai University 3 (-9)
15 Sagawa Printing 2 (-8)
16 FC Ryukyu 1 (-7)
17 FC Kariya 1 (-14)
18 Honda Lock 1 (-18)

Top Scorers:

9 Tetsuya Okubo (Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo)
7 Kodai Suzuki (Honda FC)
6 Hiroki Kishida (YKK AP)
5 Kentaro Yoshida (Tochigi SC)
5 Naoki Ishibashi (Alo's Hokuriku)
5 Yoshio Kitagawa (Alo's Hokuriku)
5 Yosuke Kobayashi (Yokogawa Musashino)

26 Apr 06 - Tetsuya Hori puts SC Tottori one up against Tochigi SC

Tetsuya Hori puts SC Tottori one up against Tochigi SC
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