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Tohoku League Division 2 (South)
Promoted side Nakaniida SC moved up two places in the Tohoku League Division 2 (South) on Sunday by beating Kanai Club 6-4. Kanai have now conceded 53 goals in eight league matches this season.

Sun 22 Jul: Kanai Club 4-6 Nakaniida SC

1. FC Perada Fukushima 19 (+39)
2. Viancone Fukushima 19 (+26)
3. Soma SC 16 (+11)
4. Marysol Matsushima 11 (+4)
5. Nakaniida SC 7 (-11)
6. Shichigahama SC 6 (-3)
7. Kanai Club 6 (-38)
8. Kureha 0 (-28)
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Tohoku League Division 2 (North)
The result has been a long time coming, but there was one fixture in Division 2 (North) of the Tohoku League last weekend. On the holiday Monday, Fuji Club 2003 closed the gap on the top trio with a 5-1 win over relegation-threatened Hokuto Bank.

Mon 16 Jul: Hokuto Bank 1-5 Fuji Club 2003

1. FC Akita Cambiare 22 (+26)
2. Tono Club 19 (+6)
3. Mizusawa Club 14 (+6)
4. Fuji Club 2003 12 (+5)
5. Vanraure Hachinohe 9 (-4)
6. Saruta Industry 6 (-7)
7. Hokuto Bank 6 (-17)
8. Omiya Club 5 (-15)
Tokai League Division 1
Shizuoka FC remain at the top of the Tokai League Division 1 after the weekend's games, when they kept going their 100% record since the start of the season with a 1-0 win at Chukyo University. Two points behind and comfortable in second place are neighbours Yazaki Valente, 2-0 winners over another Shizuoka-based side, Fujieda City Hall. Nevertheless, it's still Fujieda who lie third and at the head of a bunch of clubs with comparable records for the year to date. Rooted to the foot of the table are still Kasugai Club, 2-1 losers to Maruyasu Industries, while Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo helped their battle against relegation by beating Honda Suzuka.

Sat 21 Jul: Fujieda City Hall 0-2 Yazaki Valente

Sun 22 Jul: Chukyo University 0-1 Shizuoka FC
Sun 22 Jul: Honda Suzuka 1-2 Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo
Sun 22 Jul: Kasugai Club 1-2 Maruyasu Industries

1. Shizuoka FC 24 (+23)
2. Yazaki Valente 22 (+16)
3. Fujieda City Hall 13 (-)
4. Maruyasu Industries 10 (-3)
5. Honda Suzuka 10 (-8)
6. Chukyo University 9 (-7)
7. Sagawa Kyubin Chukyo 7 (-7)
8. Kasugai Club 1 (-12)
JFL News In Brief
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Tokai League Division 2
Division 2 of the Tokai League is shaping up to be one of the most interesting of the Regional Leagues this year. Leaders Konica Minolta Toyokawa lost for the first time in 2007 to newcomers MIE Rampole and are four points clear of the chasing pack, but there are as many as half a dozen teams in contention for the second automatic promotion spot. Nagoya Club thrashed relegation favourites FC Kawasaki and are second on goal difference from Mind House Yokkaichi, 1-0 winners at form team Toyota Football Group. Even Morishin's FC and Fuyo Club are not out of it, although their 2-2 draw helps neither of them to move up the table - or to avoid relegation.

24 Jul 07 - MIE Rampole in purple overcome leaders Konica Minolta Toyokawa

MIE Rampole in purple overcome leaders Konica Minolta Toyokawa

Sun 22 Jul: FC Kawasaki 0-5 Nagoya Club
Sun 22 Jul: MIE Rampole 1-0 Konica Minolta Toyokawa
Sun 22 Jul: Morishin's FC 2-2 Fuyo Club
Sun 22 Jul: Toyota Football Group 0-1 Mind House Yokkaichi

1. Konica Minolta Toyokawa 17 (+10)
2. Nagoya Club 13 (+6)
3. Mind House Yokkaichi 13 (+3)
4. Toyota Football Group 11 (+1)
5. MIE Rampole 11 (+1)
6. Fuyo Club 10 (-2)
7. Morishin's FC 8 (-8)
8. FC Kawasaki 2 (-11)
Kanto League Division 2
Taking the lead in an exciting race for the Kanto League Division 2 title are Ryutsu Keizai University reserves side Club Dragons, 3-0 winners at pre-season favourites Furukawa Electrics Chiba, who are themselves experiencing rather a disappointing campaign. Dropping back to second place behind the Dragons are MSDF Atsugi Marcus following a draw at lowly Ome FC. But making a challenge for a promotion place with just three games to go are Hanno Bruder, who go third by beating Kanagawa Teachers. Nirasaki Astros are still last and running out of time if they want to avoid relegation to the distinctly unglamorous surroundings of the Yamanashi Prefectural League, although they did claim a point in a 2-2 draw at Yonoshukonkai.

24 Jul 07 - Division leaders Club Dragons

Division leaders Club Dragons

Sat 21 Jul: Hanno Bruder 3-1 Kanagawa Teachers
Sat 21 Jul: Yonoshukonkai 2-2 Nirasaki Astros

Sun 22 Jul: Furukawa Electrics Chiba 0-3 Club Dragons
Sun 22 Jul: Ome FC 1-1 MSDF Atsugi Marcus

1. Club Dragons 23 (+23)
2. MSDF Atsugi Marcus 22 (+13)
3. Hanno Bruder 17 (+8)
4. Furukawa Electrics Chiba 16 (-4)
5. Yonoshukonkai 14 (-4)
6. Kanagawa Teachers 13 (+1)
7. Ome FC 9 (-11)
8. Nirasaki Astros 7 (-26)
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