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Tokai League Division 1
FC Gifu are confirmed as Tokai League Division 1 champions - a fact that the men in green celebrated on Saturday with a 6-0 drubbing of bottom-of-the-table ACM Central that included a hat-trick from striker Atsushi Katagiri, formerly with troubled JFL outfit Arte Takasaki. All this leaves the efforts of Shizuoka FC in vain, although the 2005 champions' 4-1 defeat of Yazaki Valente does serve to indicate the extent to which they and Gifu are superior to the other teams in the division. Elsewhere, Maruyasu Industry won the mid-table battle against fellow company side Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo, but Fujieda City Hall gained a vital win in the relegation match at Chukyo University to boost their hopes of staying up.

10 Sep 06 - FC Gifu! Whoopee!

FC Gifu! Whoopee!

Sat 09 Sep: ACM Central 0-6 FC Gifu

Sun 10 Sep: Chukyo University 3-4 Fujieda City Hall
Sun 10 Sep: Maruyasu Industry 5-3 Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo
Sun 10 Sep: Shizuoka FC 4-1 Yazaki Valente

1 FC Gifu 37 (+43)
2 Shizuoka FC 29 (+28)
3 Yazaki Valente 24 (+4)
4 Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo 18 (-7)
5 Maruyasu Industry 17 (-4)
6 Fujieda City Hall 12 (-11)
7 Chukyo University 8 (-17)
8 ACM Central 1 (-36)
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Chugoku League
There was a remarkable series of results in the Chugoku League on Sunday, no fewer than 24 goals being scored in the four games. Leaders Fagiano Okayama remain in front following their 7-2 hammering of relegation-threatened Iwami SC, FC Central Chugoku keeping up their challenge with a 4-1 win over Hiroshima Fujita SC. But although Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku rattled in an astonishing 10-0 thrashing of JFE Steel, the only match that brought about a move in the rankings was Renofa Yamaguchi's 0-0 draw with Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado. Hitachi's win in the subsequent penalty shoot-out enabled them to go above Fujita on goal difference as the fight to move away from the relegation zone intensified.

10 Sep 06 - Iwami bang in a second-half penalty against Fagiano Okayama

Iwami bang in a second-half penalty against Fagiano Okayama

Sun 10 Sep: FC Central Chugoku 4-1 Hiroshima Fujita SC
Sun 10 Sep: Iwami SC 2-7 Fagiano Okayama
Sun 10 Sep: JFE Steel 0-10 Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku
Sun 10 Sep: Renofa Yamaguchi 0-0 Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado (PK 3-5)

1 Fagiano Okayama 27 (+29)
2 FC Central Chugoku 22 (+19)
3 Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku 21 (+25)
4 Renofa Yamaguchi 16 (-5)
5 JFE Steel 12 (-12)
6 Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 9 (-15)
7 Hiroshima Fujita SC 9 (-17)
8 Iwami SC 4 (-24)
Tohoku League Division 2 (South)
Furukawa Battery stormed to the top of the Tohoku League Division 2 (South) on Sunday, with a 7-0 thrashing of mid-ranking Kanai Club. This puts them level on points with Marysol Matsushima, the additional advantage being that Furukawa have two games in hand over their rivals. Marysol themselves suffered a possibly disastrous 3-2 defeat at Northern Peaks Koriyama in the other fixture in the same division.

Sun 10 Sep: Furukawa Battery 7-0 Kanai Club
Sun 10 Sep: Northern Peaks Koriyama 3-2 Marysol Matsushima

1 Furukawa Battery 24 (+31)
2 Marysol Matsushima 24 (+28)
3 Northern Peaks Koriyama 15 (+10)
4 Kanai Club 9 (-17)
5 FC Perada Fukushima 4 (-11)
6 Shichigahama SC 4 (-18)
7 Kureha Chemicals 0 (-23)
Tohoku League Division 1
Any lingering hopes Grulla Morioka may have had of fighting for the Tohoku League Division 1 title were ended on Sunday, for even though the beleaguered Iwate prefecture team beat FC Primeiro, deadly rivals TDK Akita thrashed Nippon Steel Kamaishi 6-0 to maintain their 100% record at the top of the table. Elsewhere, Morioka Zebra managed a potentially valuable draw with third placed NEC Tokin, while Wiese Shiogama thrashed struggling neighbours Sendai Nakata Club 4-0 in the other fixture.

10 Sep 06 - Sendai Nakata Club prepare to defend a Wiese Shiogama free kick

Sendai Nakata Club prepare to defend a Wiese Shiogama free kick

Sun 10 Sep: Grulla Morioka 2-1 FC Primeiro
Sun 10 Sep: Morioka Zebra 2-2 NEC Tokin
Sun 10 Sep: Nippon Steel Kamaishi 0-6 TDK Akita
Sun 10 Sep: Wiese Shiogama 4-0 Sendai Nakata Club

1 TDK Akita 36 (+48)
2 Grulla Morioka 24 (+7)
3 NEC Tokin 17 (+6)
4 FC Primeiro 16 (-7)
5 Wiese Shiogama 12 (-)
6 Morioka Zebra 6 (-15)
7 Nippon Steel Kamaishi 4 (-25)
8 Sendai Nakata Club 3 (-14)

10 Sep 06 - Grulla Morioka go for goal in style against FC Primeiro

Grulla Morioka go for goal in style against FC Primeiro
Shikoku League
Frustratingly for all fans in the Shikoku League, the big match over the weekend between title hopefuls Kamatamare Sanuki and current championship holders Nangoku Kochi was postponed due to bad weather, although it has now been confirmed that Nangoku will play their vital game in hand against Sanyo Electric Tokushima this coming weekend. Sanyo's draw with Ehime Shimanami means the latter move into second place, but the more significant action was lower down the table, where Sanwa Club will now definitely have to participate in the promotion / relegation play-offs after losing to Tokushima Vortis Amateur, but Ventana AC boosted their chances of avoding the drop with a vital win at Alex SC.

10 Sep 06 - Ventana AC in white on their way to a vital win over Alex SC

Ventana AC in white on their way to beating Alex SC

10 Sep 06: Alex SC 1-2 Ventana AC
10 Sep 06: Sanwa Club 2-4 Tokushima Vortia Amateur
10 Sep 06: Sanyo Electric Tokushima 2-2 Ehime Shimanami

1 Kamatamare Sanuki 30 (+30)
2 Ehime Shimanami 26 (+25)
3 Nangoku Kochi 25 (+35)
4 Sanyo Electric Tokushima 20 (+8)
5 Tokushima Vortis Amateur 12 (-5)
6 Ventana AC 10 (-27)
7 Alex SC 8 (-25)
8 Sanwa Club 1 (-41)
Kanto League Division 2 - Round 14
FC Machida Zelvia confirmed their second successive promotion on Sunday, a 1-0 win over relegated All Kamisu SC in front of 1200 fans giving them the Kanto League Division 2 title. They will be joined at the top tier of Regional football by Hitachi Tochigi Uva, whose 3-1 defeat of the other relegated team, Aries FC, enabled them to withstand the challenge of a strong Furukawa Electrics Chiba side. The other match saw mid-table Nirasaki Astros draw with Kanagawa Teachers.

10 Sep 06 - Machida Zelvia fans at the club’s final league game of the year against All Kamisu

Machida Zelvia fans at the club’s final league game of the year against All Kamisu

Sun 10 Sep: FC Machida Zelvia 1-0 All Kamisu SC
Sun 10 Sep: Hitachi Tochigi Uva 3-1 Aries FC
Sun 10 Sep: Kanagawa Teachers 1-1 Nirasaki Astros
Sun 10 Sep: Ome FC 2-3 Furukawa Electrics Chiba

1 Machida Zelvia 32 (+28)
2 Hitachi Tochigi Uva 30 (+18)
3 Furukawa Electrics Chiba 28 (+12)
4 Nirasaki Astros 22 (-4)
5 Ome FC 18 (-3)
6 Kanagawa Teachers 12 (-12)
7 Aries FC 8 (-16)
8 All Kamisu SC 6 (-23)
Kanto League Division 1 - Round 14
They might have been shock leaders of the Kanto League Division 1 right from the start of the season, but Yaita SC blew it in mighty spectacular fashion come the final fixture of the year on Sunday. With two places for Kanto sides in the Regional League Championship Winnners' Play-off tournament, even second position would have been fine - but Yaita missed out not on points or goal difference, but instead, agonisingly, on goals scored. YSCC beat them 4-1 to take top spot and 2005 champions Luminozo Sayama ended up second despite a 6-1 hammering by Saitama SC. Relegated are Hanno Bruder, and MSDF Atsugi Marcus, in spite of wins over Toshiba Fuchu and Toho Titanium respectively.

10 Sep 06 - Kanto League title winners YSCC

Kanto League title winners YSCC

Sun 10 Sep: Hanno Bruder 3-2 Toshiba Fuchu
Sun 10 Sep: Saitama SC 6-1 Luminozo Sayama
Sun 10 Sep: Toho Titanium 1-2 MSDF Atsugi Marcus
Sun 10 Sep: Yaita SC 1-4 YSCC

1 YSCC 24 (+10)
2 Luminozo Sayama 24 (+7)
3 Yaita SC 24 (+7)
4 Saitama SC 20 (+9)
5 Toshiba Fuchu 19 (-)
6 Toho Titanium 17 (-11)
7 MSDF Atsugi Marcus 15 (-9)
8 Hanno Bruder 13 (-13)
Hokushinetsu League Division 2 - Round 14
The Hokushinetsu League Division 2 title decider between TOP Niigata and Valiente Toyama was taken 3-2 by Valiente, who achieved automatic promotion to Division 1 as a result. But that defeat means that TOP have missed out even on the second place play-off spot, beaten on goal difference by FC Kanazu's via a 5-1 drubbing of relegated Nissei Resin. LionPower Komatsu face the tension of a relegation play-off, following their 1-0 defeat by Maruoka Phoenix and Toyama Shinjo Club's win over FC Antelope.

10 Sep 06 - Valiente Toyama fans get autographs from their title-winning heroes

Valiente Toyama fans get autographs from their title-winning heroes

Sun 10 Sep: FC Kanazu 5-1 Nissei Resin
Sun 10 Sep: LionPower Komatsu 0-1 Maruoka Phoenix
Sun 10 Sep: TOP Niigata 2-3 Valiente Toyama
Sun 10 Sep: Toyama Shinjo Club 1-0 FC Antelope

1 Valiente Toyama 24 (+4)
2 FC Kanazu 22 (+9)
3 TOP Niigata 22 (+5)
4 Maruoka Phoenix 22 (+2)
5 FC Antelope 18 (+1)
6 Toyama Shinjo Club 18 (-7)
7 LionPower Komatsu 16 (-14)
8 Nissei Resin 12 (-)
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