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JFL - Sunday Scores
There were several major shock results in Sunday's round 6 JFL fixtures, with defeats for both Rosso Kumamoto and Honda FC and the end of FC Gifu's 100% start to the season. But replacing Sagawa Kyubin SC at the top of the division are Tochigi SC, for whom new midfielder Masamitsu Kobayashi scored the only goal of the game at Sony Sendai. Meanwhile, Gifu could only manage a scoreless draw at Alo's Hokuriku and they thus trail Tochigi on goal difference.

YKK AP go fifth despite conceding a late Shogo Kawano equaliser at JEF Reserves - which means that early season league leaders Rosso drop down to sixth, after having suffered their second consecutive defeat. Beaten at home by JEF last weekend, they went 1-0 up after 19 minutes through Yutaka Takahashi, but eventually lost 3-1 at previously winless Gainare Tottori. FC Ryukyu also claimed their first triumph of the year with a superb 2-1 defeat of 2006 champions Honda FC, a sweet victory indeed for Ryukyu's ex-Honda coach Hideo Yoshizawa, while Mitsubishi Mizushima picked up a useful 1-0 win at Ryutsu Keizai University.

16 Apr 07 - Heads up at FC Ryukyu vs Honda FC

Heads up at FC Ryukyu vs Honda FC

Sun 15 Apr: Alo's Hokuriku 0-0 FC Gifu
Sun 15 Apr: FC Ryukyu 2-1 Honda FC
Sun 15 Apr: Gainare Tottori 2-1 Rosso Kumamoto
Sun 15 Apr: JEF Reserves 1-1 YKK AP
Sun 15 Apr: Ryutsu Keizai University 0-1 Mitsubishi Mizushima
Sun 15 Apr: Sony Sendai 0-1 Tochigi SC

1. Tochigi SC 16 (+10)
2. FC Gifu 16 (+7)
3. Sagawa Kyubin SC 15 (+12)
4. Yokogawa Musashino 14 (+6)
5. YKK AP 13 (+4)
6. Rosso Kumamoto 12 (+7)
7. Alo's Hokuriku 12 (+3)
8. Honda FC 10 (+4)
9. JEF Reserves 9 (+1)
10. TDK SC 6 (-3)
11. Mitsubishi Mizushima 6 (-4)
12. Gainare Tottori 5 (-4)
13. Sony Sendai 4 (-3)
14. Ryutsu Keizai University 4 (-4)
15. Arte Takasaki 4 (-8)
16. FC Ryukyu 4 (-11)
17. Sagawa Printing 3 (-7)
18. FC Kariya 0 (-9)

16 Apr 07 - Toshitaka Tsurumi makes it 2-1 for Gainare Tottori vs Rosso Kumamoto

Toshitaka Tsurumi makes it 2-1 for Gainare Tottori vs Rosso Kumamoto
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Kansai League Division 2
There was a full programme of games on Saturday to kick off the Kansai League Division 2 season for 2007. Newcomers to Regional League football Osaka's Hannan University Club in particular got off to a flying start, immediately notching up a 6-2 win over relegated Kyoto Shiko Club, although the other club to make the drop down from the top flight alongside Shiko, Takada FC, managed a 3-1 win over the students of Kohga School.

Hermano Osaka ended up in third place last year and so just missed out on a promotion spot, but they began the new campaign with a 3-2 defeat of Wakayama prefecture's top-ranked team, Kihoku Football Group. In the fourth game, two mid-table sides from 2006 could be separated only by a single goal, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe claiming a narrow win over another student team, Riseisha FC.

16 Apr 07 - Happy happy happy. Riseisha lose against red-shirted Mitsubishi

Happy happy happy. Riseisha lose against red-shirted Mitsubishi

Sat 14 Apr: Kihoku Football Group 2-3 Hermano Osaka
Sat 14 Apr: Kyoto Shiko Club 2-6 Hannan University Club
Sat 14 Apr: Riseisha FC 0-1 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe
Sat 14 Apr: Takada FC 3-1 Kohga School
Kansai League Division 1 - Saturday Scores
Kansai League reigning champions Banditonce Kobe kicked off the defence of their title in some style in one of two Division One fixtures to be staged on Saturday. They put five without reply past newly-promoted FC Kyoto 1993, while in the other game AS Laranja Kyoto lost 2-0 to old hands Sanyo Electric Sumoto.

16 Apr 07 - Scorer of two goals against FC Kyoto, Banditonce skipper Kanji Nishimura

Scorer of two goals against FC Kyoto, Banditonce skipper Kanji Nishimura

Sat 14 Apr: Banditonce Kobe 5-0 FC Kyoto 1993
Sat 14 Apr: Sanyo Electric Sumoto 2-0 AS Laranja Kyoto
Kyushu League - Saturday Score
A brace from 26-year-old forward Norita Ochiai helped former JFLers Honda Lock to a 6-1 thrashing of Nanakuma Tombies in the only Kyushu League fixture of the day on Saturday. While Nanakuma slip to the bottom of the table on goal difference, for 24 hours at least Lock go joint top with Nippon Steel Oita and 2006 champions V Varen Nagasaki.

16 Apr 07 - Nanakuma Tombies host Honda Lock. Lovely spot, evidently

Nanakuma Tombies host Honda Lock. Lovely spot, evidently

Sat 14 Apr: Nanakuma Tombies 1-6 Honda Lock

1. V Varen Nagasaki 9 (+19)
2. Honda Lock 9 (+15)
3. Nippon Steel Oita 9 (+11)
4. New Wave Kitakyushu 6 (+4)
5. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki 6 (-3)
6. Volca Kagoshima 5 (+6)
7. Okinawa Kariyushi 3 (-)
8. Osumi NIFS United 1 (-8)
9. Kumamoto Teachers 0 (-9)
10. Kaiho Bank SC 0 (-16)
11. Nanakuma Tombies 0 (-19)
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