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JFL Scores - Round 11 Saturday Fixtures
Arte Takasaki claimed their first away win of the season in one of the two JFL fixtures to be played on Saturday, former Sendai University player Satoshi Hongai firing in the last-minute winner at Alo's Hokuriku. While this hasn't moved the Gunma-based side up the table, it does mean that Takasaki now lie that bit closer to mid-ranking teams such as Sony Sendai and Yokogawa Musashino - a step in the right direction at least for a club with J-League ambitions after something of a disastrous start to the year. Alo's, meanwhile, now have just one win in five matches and are fading fast after a good opening six weeks to the campaign, despite retaining what is the best defensive record in the division.

Now up into sixth spot are Sagawa Kyubin Osaka, after they beat JEF Club 1-0 to return to winning ways after last weekend's defeat to leaders YKK AP. JEF , on the other hand, have lost three in a row and even more disastrously have yet to pick up a single point in their five home games.

Saturday 20th May: Alo's Hokuriku 0-1 Arte Takasaki
Saturday 20th May: JEF Club 0-1 Sagawa Kyubin Osaka
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