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Hokushinetsu League Division 1
2006 champions Japan Soccer College held on to pole position in the nailbiting Hokushinetsu League Division 1 on Sunday, thanks to a narrow win over Fervorosa - but a 12-0 thrashing of Niigata University of Management by Matsumoto Yamaga Club means that it is still tight at the top. 26-year-old striker Hidehito Shirao netted four times in not much more than half an hour for Matsumoto.

Close behind the front pair, however, are AC Nagano Parceiro and Zweigen Kanazawa. Nagano have won only one of their last four games and only scraped three points by beating lowly Ueda Gentian 2-1 to keep their challenge going, but Zweigen's 3-0 defeat of Valiente Toyama means that they are able to leapfrog neighbours Fervorosa and move into fourth place.

03 Jun 07 - Veteran Yamaga midfielder Koji Ako on the attack against NUM

Veteran Yamaga midfielder Koji Ako on the attack against NUM

Sun 03 Jun: AC Nagano Parceiro 2-1 Ueda Gentian
Sun 03 Jun: Japan Soccer College 2-1 Fervorosa
Sun 03 Jun: Matsumoto Yamaga Club 12-0 Niigata University of Management
Sun 03 Jun: Zweigen Kanazawa 3-0 Valiente Toyama

1. Japan Soccer College 22 (+15)
2. Matsumoto Yamaga Club 21 (+30)
3. AC Nagano Parceiro 19 (+12)
4. Zweigen Kanazawa 18 (+9)
5. Fervorosa 15 (+11)
6. Valiente Toyama 6 (-9)
7. Niigata University of Management 4 (-40)
8. Ueda Gentian 1 (-28)

03 Jun 07 - Zweigen forward Danilo, twice on target against Valiente

Zweigen forward Danilo, twice on target against Valiente
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