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Kanto League Division 2 - Round 8
A potentially vital win for Aries FC in the Kanto League Division 2 relegation battle at All Kamisu SC. Tokyo-based Aries, who were demoted from Division 1 only at the end of 2005, are still four points from safety, but this was their first win and only second clean sheet of the campaign. Ome FC, too, did themselves the world of good as they ran in four goals against Kanagawa Teachers to move away from the drop zone - not bad when they'd previously only scored six all season. At the top of the table, meanwhile, Furukawa Electrics Chiba crushed Nirasaki Astros 5-0 to close the gap on clear leaders FC Machida Zelvia, who could only draw at home to Hitachi Tochigi Uva.

11 Jun 06 - Teppei Tsurako makes a safe catch for Machida against Hitachi

Teppei Tsurako makes a safe catch for Machida against Hitachi

Sun 11 Jun: All Kamisu SC 0-1 Aries FC
Sun 11 Jun: FC Machida Zelvia 1-1 Hitachi Tochigi Uva
Sun 11 Jun: Furukawa Electrics Chiba 5-0 Nirasaki Astros
Sun 11 Jun: Ome FC 4-1 Kanagawa Teachers

1 FC Machida Zelvia 19 (+21)
2 Furukawa Electrics Chiba 16 (+8)
3 Hitachi Tochigi Uva 12 (+1)
4 Nirasaki Astros 12 (-4)
5 Ome FC 9 (-3)
6 Kanagawa Teachers 8 (-4)
7 All Kamisu SC 6 (-10)
8 Aries FC 4 (-9)
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Kanto League Division 1 - Round 8
It was a day of draws in the Kanto League Division 1 on Sunday, YSCC being the exception as they moved second with a 6-1 thrashing of Toho Titanium. This means Toho drop into the relegation zone, as MSDF Atsugi Marcus managed an excellent 1-1 draw at leaders Yaita SC. Hanno Bruder are still in touch at the bottom following their goalless match with Saitama SC, while reigning champions Luminozo Sayama's stuttering season continues - they remain fourth after a 2-2 draw against Toshiba Fuchu.

11 Jun 06 - Hanno Bruder and Saitama SC just can't wait to get started

Hanno Bruder and Saitama SC just can't wait to get started

Sun 11 Jun: Hanno Bruder 0-0 Saitama SC
Sun 11 Jun: Toshiba Fuchu 2-2 Luminozo Sayama
Sun 11 Jun: Yaita SC 1-1 MSDF Atsugi Marcus
Sun 11 Jun: YSCC 6-1 Toho Titanium

1 Yaita SC 20 (+10)
2 YSCC 14 (+8)
3 Toshiba Fuchu 13 (+3)
4 Luminozo Sayama 12 (+2)
5 Saitama SC 9 (+1)
6 MSDF Atsugi Marcus 7 (-8)
7 Toho Titanium 7 (-11)
8 MSDF Atsugi Marcus 6 (-5)

11 Jun 06 - Toshiba Fuchu earn their stripes against Luminozo

Toshiba Fuchu earn their stripes against Luminozo
Kansai League Division 2 - Round 9
The two promotion slots in Division 2 of the Kansai League are looking ever more likely to be filled by Technonet Osaka and FC Kyoto BAMB 1993 after further wins for both on Saturday, against Riseisha FC and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe respectively. With a 4-2 win over odds-on relegation candidates Kobe FC Senior C, Hermano Osaka move third, but Kihoku Football Group gained a vital three points in their battle to avoid the drop, beating rivals Kohga School 2-1.

10 Jun 06 - FC Kyoto BAMB in red against Mitsubishi Kobe

FC Kyoto BAMB in red against Mitsubishi Kobe

Sat 10 Jun: FC Kyoto BAMB 1993 4-1 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe
Sat 10 Jun: Hermano Osaka 4-2 Kobe FC Senior C
Sat 10 Jun: Kohga School 1-2 Kihoku Football Group
Sat 10 Jun: Technonet Osaka 1-0 Riseisha FC

1 Technonet Osaka 24 (+9)
2 FC Kyoto BAMB 1993 23 (+21)
3 Hermano Osaka 16 (+5)
4 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 16 (+5)
5 Riseisha FC 11 (+1)
6 Kihoku Football Group 8 (-14)
7 Kohga School 7 (-7)
8 Kobe FC Senior C 1 (-14)
Kansai League Division 1 - Round 9
Three games without a win now for Kansai League Division 1 leaders Banditonce Kobe following their 0-0 draw with FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu - but none of Banditonce's nearest rivals were able to do much to close the gap at the top, as Sanyo Electric Sumoto could only draw with improving Kyoto Shiko Club and Kobe FC 1970 fell to a shock 4-1 defeat at home to Takada FC. At the bottom of the table, 2004 title winners AS Laranja Kyoto are now dead last, having lost 2-1 to Ain Food.

11 Jun 06 - FC Mi-o keeper Go Tanaka, a busy man against Banditonce Kobe

FC Mi-o keeper Go Tanaka, a busy man against Banditonce Kobe

Sat 10 Jun: Ain Food 2-1 AS Laranja Kyoto
Sat 10 Jun: Sanyo Electric Sumoto 2-2 Kyoto Shiko Club

Sun 11 Jun: Banditonce Kobe 0-0 FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu
Sun 11 Jun: Kobe FC 1970 1-4 Takada FC

1 Banditonce Kobe 20 (+13)
2 Sanyo Electric Sumoto 16 (+5)
3 FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu 16 (+2)
4 Kobe FC 1970 13 (-2)
5 Ain Food 12 (-2)
6 Kyoto Shiko Club 10 (-2)
7 Takada FC 10 (-7)
8 AS Laranja Kyoto 7 (-7)

11 Jun 06 - Shock winners over Kobe FC 1970, it's Takada FC

Shock winners over Kobe FC 1970, it's Takada FC
Hokushinetsu League Division 1 - Round 9
It may be beyond Zweigen Kanazawa to win Division 1 of the Hokushinetsu League this year, but that doesn't mean to say that they will have no influence over who does eventually take the championship of one of the tightest of Japan's Regional Leagues. For a sensational 3-0 win at Matsumoto Yamaga Club has knoced the previously-undefeated Yamaga off the top of the table and into third place, as 2005 winners Nagano Elsa take over in first place thanks to an easy victory against Ueda Gentian. Following close behind them are Japan Soccer College, 4-1 victors over Niigata University of Management. Fervorosa meanwhile continue to plough a lone furrow as the solitary mid-table side, 6-1 winners at relegation favourites Teihens FC.

11 Jun 06 - Scorer of the first Zweigen goal against Matsumoto, Tatsuro Kimura

Scorer of the first Zweigen goal against Matsumoto, Tatsuro Kimura

Sun 11 Jun: Matsumoto Yamaga Club 0-3 Zweigen Kanazawa
Sun 11 Jun: Niigata University of Management 1-4 Japan Soccer College
Sun 11 Jun: Teihens FC 1-6 Fervorosa
Sun 11 Jun: Ueda Gentian 0-4 Nagano Elsa

1 Nagano Elsa 24 (+32)
2 Japan Soccer College 22 (+24)
3 Matsumoto Yamaga Club 22 (+19)
4 Zweigen Kanazawa 16 (+21)
5 Fervorosa 11 (+3)
6 Niigata University of Management 4 (-31)
7 Ueda Gentian 2 (-29)
8 Teihens FC 2 (-39)

11 Jun 06 - Ueda Gentian host title challengers Nagano Elsa

Ueda Gentian host title challengers Nagano Elsa
JFL - Round 14 (Sunday)
The big match in round 14 of the JFL on Sunday saw Rosso Kumamoto travel to Tochigi SC and come away with a superb 3-1 win, Tochigi's first home defeat of 2006 and a result that compresses things further at the top of the division. It seems likely now that the title winners will be one of five teams, although undefeated leaders YKK AP picked up their third draw in four games at Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo. With Tochigi losing, second place now belongs to Honda FC, 1-0 winners over Alo's Hokuriku thanks to Kodai Suzuki's eleventh goal of the season shortly after half time. Level on points with Rosso and perhaps the outsiders in the race for the title are Sagawa Kyubin Osaka, who now have seven wins in eight games despite conceding a shock early goal to lowly Honda Lock.

SC Tottori have made the most of their recent run of fixtures against some of the weaker teams in the league and have now won three on the trot, notching up fourteen goals in the process, Ryutsu Keizai University being their latest victims. Fellow J-League hopefuls Arte Takasaki gained a valuable 3-1 win over FC Ryukyu to steady their ship as they slip down the league table and FC Kariya moved closer to safety with a good 2-0 win at Sagawa Printing.

11 Jun 06 - Ballet in the rain between Sagawa Tokyo and YKK AP

Ballet in the rain between Sagawa Tokyo and YKK AP

Sun 11 Jun: Arte Takasaki 3-1 FC Ryukyu
Sun 11 Jun: Honda FC 1-0 Alo's Hokuriku
Sun 11 Jun: Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 2-1 Honda Lock
Sun 11 Jun: Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 0-0 YKK AP
Sun 11 Jun: Sagawa Printing 0-2 FC Kariya
Sun 11 Jun: SC Tottori 4-1 Ryutsu Keizai University
Sun 11 Jun: Tochigi SC 1-3 Rosso Kumamoto

1 YKK AP 34 (+26)
2 Honda FC 31 (+12)
3 Tochigi SC 30 (+11)
4 Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 29 (+14)
5 Rosso Kumamoto 29 (+13)
6 Alo's Hokuriku 25 (+14)
7 Yokogawa Musashino 24 (+5)
8 Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 21 (+14)
9 SC Tottori 20 (+8)
10 Sony Sendai 17 (-4)
11 Arte Takasaki 17 (-7)
12 JEF Club 15 (-3)
13 FC Kariya 14 (-13)
14 FC Ryukyu 10 (-6)
15 Sagawa Printing 9 (-16)
16 Mitsubishi Mizushima 9 (-22)
17 Ryutsu Keizai University 8 (-19)
18 Honda Lock 8 (-27)

11 Jun 06 - Happy happy happy, Tottori celebrate on their way to beating RKU

Happy happy happy, Tottori celebrate on their way to beating RKU
Chugoku League
Another sensational result involving Hiroshima Fujita SC in round 7 of the Chugoku League on Sunday as they conceded seven for the second consecutive week - and have now lost four on the trot, leaving their season in tatters. It was Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku who handed out the spanking on this occasion, the boosting their goal difference potentially being vital as the title race hots up. The other two championship candidates both won more narrowly, FC Central Chugoku overcoming JFE Steel 2-0 while current leaders Fagiano Okayama squeezed past bottom side Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 2-1. In the other match, Renofa Yamaguchi continued their promising season with a 3-1 victory over relegation candidates Iwami SC.

11 Jun 06 - Hitachi in yellow clash with Fagiano

Hitachi in yellow clash with Fagiano

Sun 11 Jun: FC Central Chugoku 2-0 JFE Steel
Sun 11 Jun: Hiroshima Fujita SC 1-7 Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku
Sun 11 Jun: Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 1-2 Fagiano Okayama
Sun 11 Jun: Renofa Yamaguchi 3-1 Iwami SC

1 Fagiano Okayama 18 (+22)
2 Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku 16 (+19)
3 FC Central Chugoku 13 (+12)
4 Renofa Yamaguchi 11 (-6)
5 JFE Steel 6 (-5)
6 Hiroshima Fujita SC 6 (-12)
7 Iwami SC 3 (-16)
8 Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 2 (-14)

11 Jun 06 - A somewhat distant view of Renofa against Iwami

A somewhat distant view of Renofa against Iwami
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