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Tohoku League Division 1
There were three games played in Division 1 of the Tohoku League on Sunday, but favourites Grulla Morioka went top of the table for the first time this year. With previous leaders NEC Tokin not having a fixture, Grulla's 3-0 defeat of Furukawa Battery enabled the 2005 joint winners to overtake company outfit NEC on goal difference, whilst still having the advantage of a further game in hand. In the other matches, FC Primeiro put behind them their disappointing start to the season by beating Wiese Shiogama to move away from the bottom of the division, while Sendai Nakata Club gained their first points of the year at Nippon Steel Kamaishi.

Sun 10 Jun: Grulla Morioka 3-0 Furukawa Battery
Sun 10 Jun: Nippon Steel Kamaishi 2-3 Sendai Nakata Club
Sun 10 Jun: Wiese Shiogama 1-3 FC Primeiro

1. Grulla Morioka 15 (+13)
2. NEC Tokin 15 (+12)
3. Furukawa Battery 10 (-1)
4. Wiese Shiogama 7 (-)
5. Morioka Zebra 7 (-3)
6. FC Primeiro 6 (-2)
7. Nippon Steel Kamaishi 4 (-8)
8. Sendai Nakata Club 3 (-11)
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Kanto League Division 2
A disastrous 5-2 defeat for Furukawa Electrics Chiba at Kanagawa Teachers means that there is suddenly daylight between the front two and the rest in the Kanto League Division 2. After being relegated last season, MSDF Atsugi Marcus are now well-placed to bounce back to the top flight following their 3-0 win at Yonoshukonkai, while Club Dragons claimed a narrow 2-1 victory over Hanno Bruder to remain second. At the bottom of the table, however, neither Ome FC nor Nirasaki Astros did their cause much good as they drew one apiece.

Sun 10 Jun: Club Dragons 2-1 Hanno Bruder
Sun 10 Jun: Kanagawa Teachers 5-2 Furukawa Electrics Chiba
Sun 10 Jun: Ome FC 1-1 Nirasaki Astros
Sun 10 Jun: Yonoshukonkai 0-3 MSDF Atsugi Marcus

1. MSDF Atsugi Marcus 17 (+12)
2. Club Dragons 16 (+16)
3. Furukawa Electrics Chiba 13 (-1)
4. Yonoshukonkai 10 (-)
5. Hanno Bruder 8 (-1)
6. Kanagawa Teachers 10 (-1)
7. Ome FC 8 (-8)
8. Nirasaki Astros 6 (-17)
Kanto League Division 1
The main action was at the bottom of Division 1 of the Kanto League this weekend, for 2006 champions YSCC pulled off a shock 4-3 win at Hitachi Tochigi Uva to jump out of the relegation places. Toshiba Fuchu go to the foot of the table after they lost 3-2 at home to Saitama SC - and Yaita SC's draw at Toho Titanium still means that they are also in danger of playing lower division football next year. But FC Machida Zelvia's march towards the title continued, as they eased to a 4-0 win over Luminozo Sayama to maintain their 100% record.

11 Jun 07 - Machida Zelvia’s ultras get a damn good soaking

Machida Zelvia’s ultras get a damn good soaking

Sun 10 Jun: FC Machida Zelvia 4-0 Luminozo Sayama
Sun 10 Jun: Hitachi Tochigi Uva 3-4 YSCC
Sun 10 Jun: Toho Titanium 1-1 Yaita SC
Sun 10 Jun: Toshiba Fuchu 2-3 Saitama SC

1. FC Machida Zelvia 24 (+18)
2. Hitachi Tochigi Uva 15 (+11)
3. Saitama SC 13 (-1)
4. Luminozo Sayama 13 (-2)
5. Toho Titanium 11 (-3)
6. YSCC 6 (-6)
7. Yaita SC 6 (-13)
8. Toshiba Fuchu 4 (-4)
Kansai League Division 2
Promoted from the Prefectural Leagues at the end of last year, Hannan University continue to lead Division 2 of the Kansai League and indeed remain undefeated after eight games of the 2007 season. The students could only draw 2-2 at home to Kyoto Shiko Club on Saturday, but their nearest rivals - Takada FC - were unable to close the gap, as they themselves also piicked up a single point with a draw at Kohga School. Riseisha FC stay third after their win at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe - but the big winners of the weekend were undoubtedly Hermano Osaka, who crushed bottom place Kihoku Football Group 6-1.

11 Jun 07 - Lowly Kihoku Football Group

Lowly Kihoku Football Group

Sat 09 Jun: Hannan University 2-2 Kyoto Shiko Club
Sat 09 Jun: Kohga School 1-1 Takada FC

Sun 10 Jun: Hermano Osaka 6-1 Kihoku Football Group
Sun 10 Jun: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 0-2 Riseisha FC

1. Hannan University 20 (+20)
2. Takada FC 18 (+12)
3. Riseisha FC 13 (+2)
4. Kohga School 11 (-5)
5. Kyoto Shiko Club 10 (+3)
6. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Kobe 10 (-7)
7. Hermano Osaka 7 (-5)
8. Kihoku Football Group 0 (-20)
Kansai League Division 1
2006 Kansai League Division 1 champions Banditonce Kobe continue to hold on to top place in the league this season, by the skin of their teeth from rivals FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu. Banditonce overcame FC Kyoto 1993 3-0 on Sunday to extend their goal difference lead over FC Mi-o, who had beaten relegation favourites FC Glaspo Kashiwara only 2-0 the day before. Nevertheless, Ain Food remain just two points behind the front pair after a 1-0 win over Kobe FC 1970, while AS Laranja Kyoto moved fourth as they beat Sanyo Electric Sumoto.

11 Jun 07 - Hirotaka Uchibayashi, scorer of FC Mi-o’s opener

Hirotaka Uchibayashi, scorer of FC Mi-o’s opener

Sat 09 Jun: AS Laranja Kyoto 3-2 Sanyo Electric Sumoto
Sat 09 Jun: FC Glaspo Kashiwara 0-2 FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu

Sun 10 Jun: Ain Food 1-0 Kobe FC 1970
Sun 10 Jun: FC Kyoto 1993 0-3 Banditonce Kobe

1. Banditonce Kobe 21 (+27)
2. FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu 21 (+25)
3. Ain Food 19 (+4)
4. AS Laranja Kyoto 12 (-7)
5. FC Kyoto 1993 9 (-7)
6. Sanyo Electric Sumoto 6 (-13)
7. Kobe FC 1970 4 (-13)
8. FC Glaspo Kashiwara 2 (-16)
Hokkaido League
Norbritz Hokkaido kept going their perfect start to the Hokkaido League season on Sunday, a straightforward 5-0 win over wooden spooners Tokachifairsky Genesis making it fifteen points out of fifteen for the reigning champions. Their nearest challengers are surprise packages Toyota Motors Hokkaido and newly-promoted side Sapporo Winds, who gained away wins at Hokushukai and Blackpecker Hakodate respectively. Barefoot Hokkaido stay fourth after a 2-1 win over Sapporo FC.

11 Jun 07 - Make no mistake, young man, this is Norbritz Hokkaido

Make no mistake, young man, this is Norbritz Hokkaido

Sun 10 Jun: Barefoot Hokkaido 2-1 Sapporo FC
Sun 10 Jun: Blackpecker Hakodate 2-3 Sapporo Winds
Sun 10 Jun: Hokushukai 1-2 Toyota Motors Hokkaido
Sun 10 Jun: Norbritz Hokkaido 5-0 Tokachifairsky Genesis

1. Norbritz Hokkaido 15 (+16)
2. Toyota Motors Hokkaido 10 (+1)
3. Sapporo Winds 10 (-2)
4. Barefoot Hokkaido 9 (+5)
5. Blackpecker Hakodate 5 (-2)
6. Sapporo FC 4 (-)
7. Hokushukai 2 (-8)
8. Tokachifairsky Genesis 1 (-10)
Chugoku League
2007 Chugoku League champions-elect Fagiano Okayama have now scored an astonishing thirty three goals in their last four matches, the lastest obliteration of their opposition coming in the form of a 7-0 thrashing of JFE Steel Western Japan - the Pheasants's tenth consecutive league victory. With FC Central Chugoku not having a game, Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku bounced back after last week's shock defeat at home to Hiroshima Fujita SC, beating Mazda SC 2-1 to go joint third. But in the Yamaguchi derby, Renofa Yamaguchi scored five in the first half to cruise past neighbours Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado stunned their neighbours Renofa Yamaguchi and go second in the table.

11 Jun 07 - Fagiano Okayama supporters prepare to wave their flags

Fagiano Okayama supporters prepare to wave their flags

Sun 10 Jun: Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 0-5 Renofa Yamaguchi
Sun 10 Jun: JFE Steel Western Japan 0-7 Fagiano Okayama
Sun 10 Jun: Mazda SC 1-2 Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku

1. Fagiano Okayama 30 (+56)
2. Renofa Yamaguchi 17 (+4)
3. FC Central Chugoku 15 (+10)
4. Sagawa Kyubin Chugoku 15 (+10)
5. Hiroshima Fujita SC 11 (-1)
6. Mazda SC 7 (-15)
7. JFE Steel Western Japan 7 (-23)
8. Hitachi Manufacturing Kasado 3 (-41)
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