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Shikoku League
In a thrilling last-game of the season finish to the 2006 Shikoku League campaign, Kagawa prefecture's Kamatamare Sanuki held on to the lead that they have held all season at the expense of their southern rivals - and 2005 title winners - Nangoku Kochi. A 3-3 draw between the two teams in Kochi on Sunday afternoon gives Kamatamare the championship with a two-point advantage over Nangoku and keeps the re-launched side on course for the Regional League Championship Winners' Play-off tournament and a shot at a JFL place.

29 Oct 06 - Celebration time for Kamatamare Sanuki

Celebration time for Kamatamare Sanuki

Sun 29 Oct: Nangoku Kochi 3-3 Kamatamare Sanuki

1 Kamatamare Sanuki 37 (+33)
2 Nangoku Kochi 35 (+43)
3 Ehime Shimanami 26 (+22)
4 Sanyo Electric Tokushima 20 (-)
5 Tokushima Vortis Amateur 18 (-)
6 Ventana AC 13 (-28)
7 Alex SC 11 (-27)
8 Sanwa Club 1 (-43)

29 Oct 06 - The away support at Nangoku Kochi

The away support at Nangoku Kochi
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JFL - Round 28 (Sunday)
The two key Sunday games affecting matters at the top of the JFL both ended in draws, to leave Honda FC six points in front of Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo, who are in turn three points to the good of both YKK AP and Rosso Kumamoto. It was a dramatic opening indeed to the Honda - YKK clash, as the home side took the lead with a sixth minute goal from hot property striker Junya Nitta, only for Mitsuru Hasegawa to level things up and, as it turned out, to conclude the scoring just eight minutes later. Rosso required a last-minute effort from Tamon Machida to rescue a 2-2 draw at SC Tottori, which means that the JFL hopefuls have just four points from their last four matches: clearly some way from being promotion form.

Alo's Hokuriku's Yoshio Kobayashi also netted in the closing seconds of his team's match as they recorded a 3-1 victory over Tochigi SC to go seventh, while Sony Sendai's defeat of lowly FC Ryukyu keeps them comfortably in mid-table. The undoubted score of the day, however, came in Gunma prefecture where Arte Takasaki continued their disastrous run of results with a 4-0 crushing by relegation-threatened Mitsubishi Mizushima. Okayama's Mitsubishi were three ahead at half-time thanks to goals from Kentaro Takamatsu, Kosuke Kan and Masato Kawaguchi and the result will provide them with a massive boost as they seek to fight their way out of the bottom two. Given that they now lie just a point shy of Ryukyu, anything could happen in the final six weeks of the season.

29 Oct 06 - A rare day of celebration for Mitsubishi Mizushima

A rare day of celebration for Mitsubishi Mizushima

Sun 29 Oct: Arte Takasaki 0-4 Mitsubishi Mizushima
Sun 29 Oct: Honda FC 1-1 YKK AP
Sun 29 Oct: SC Tottori 2-2 Rosso Kumamoto
Sun 29 Oct: Sony Sendai 1-0 FC Ryukyu
Sun 29 Oct: Tochigi SC 1-2 Alo's Hokuriku

1 Honda FC 65 (+30)
2 Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 59 (+40)
3 YKK AP 56 (+30)
4 Rosso Kumamoto 56 (+24)
5 Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 54 (+26)
6 Yokogawa Musashino 50 (+17)
7 Alo's Hokuriku 47 (+20)
8 Tochigi SC 46 (+11)
9 Sony Sendai 36 (-6)
10 JEF Club 31 (-12)
11 SC Tottori 29 (+2)
12 Sagawa Printing 28 (-20)
13 FC Kariya 27 (-15)
14 Arte Takasaki 26 (-29)
15 Ryutsu Keizai University 25 (-20)
16 FC Ryukyu 24 (-18)
17 Mitsubishi Mizushima 23 (-36)
18 Honda Lock 18 (-42)

29 Oct 06 - Kohei Masumoto gets in a header for Tottori against Rosso

Kohei Masumoto gets in a header for Tottori against Rosso
JFL - Round 28 (Saturday)
A comfortable 3-0 win over JEF Club on Saturday put Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo four points clear of their rivals in second place in the JFL, as the season now enters the closing straight. In-form Tokyo - who will be keeping a very close eye on Sunday's clash between Honda FC and YKK AP - have now conceded only one goal in their last five matches, but yet in Tetsuya Okubo boast the league's top scorer. Just about maintaining a position in the chasing pack are Sagawa Kyubin Osaka, who surprisingly trailed 2-1 at half-time to FC Kariya but fought back for a 3-2 victory, with the winner coming from Sho Gokyu fifteen minutes from time.

Lower down the league, a solitary Junichiro Azuma effort was enough to give all three points to Sagawa Printing in their match with Ryutsu Keizai University, a result that enabled Printing to move up three places in what is a particularly congested area of the table. The final match of the day saw the recent revival of bottom place Honda Lock come to a sudden halt. Two consecutive wins had given the Miyazaki side hope that they might be able to fight back and avoid the wooden spoon, but a 3-0 defeat at Yokogawa Musashino means that Mitsubishi Mizushima retain their two-point advantage.

28 Oct 06 - Yokogawa and Honda Lock prepare for kick-off

Yokogawa and Honda Lock prepare for kick-off

Sat 28 Oct: Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 3-2 FC Kariya
Sat 28 Oct: Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 3-0 JEF Club
Sat 28 Oct: Sagawa Printing 1-0 Ryutsu Keizai University
Sat 28 Oct: Yokogawa Musashino 3-0 Honda Lock

1 Honda FC 64 (+30)
2 Sagawa Kyubin Tokyo 59 (+40)
3 YKK AP 55 (+30)
4 Rosso Kumamoto 55 (+24)
5 Sagawa Kyubin Osaka 54 (+26)
6 Yokogawa Musashino 50 (+17)
7 Tochigi SC 46 (+12)
8 Alo's Hokuriku 44 (+19)
9 Sony Sendai 33 (-7)
10 JEF Club 31 (-12)
11 SC Tottori 28 (+2)
12 Sagawa Printing 28 (-20)
13 FC Kariya 27 (-15)
14 Arte Takasaki 26 (-25)
15 Ryutsu Keizai University 25 (-20)
16 FC Ryukyu 24 (-17)
17 Mitsubishi Mizushima 20 (-40)
18 Honda Lock 18 (-42)

28 Oct 06 - Ex-Gamba Youth player Junichiro Azuma, scorer for Sagawa Printing

Ex-Gamba Youth player Junichiro Azuma, scorer for Sagawa Printing
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