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Kansai League Division 1
After this weekend's matches there are just three rounds to go in Division 1 of the Kansai League - and it is clear that FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu are not going to let Banditonce Kobe retain the title without a real fight. Leaders Banditonce strolled to a 5-1 win over mid-table side AS Laranja Kyoto on Saturday to go five points clear, with the added bonus of a better goal difference than FC Mi-o tucked under their belts. But the following day their deadly rivals sent out a strong message that they have not yet given up the fight, as FC Mi-o put nine without reply past a hapless Sanyo Electric Sumoto.

The gap between the two front runners is therefore down to two points, with FC Mi-o now having a slightly better goal difference; the final game of the season, it should be pointed out, is FC Mi-o at home to Banditonce. Elsewhere, Kobe FC 1970 beat FC Kyoto 1993 to boost their chances of avoiding one of the two automatic relegation places. But bottom side FC Glaspo Kashiwara, having failed to win a single match so far this year, are almost certainly down after they lost at home to Ain Food.

Sat 30 Jun: Banditonce Kobe 5-1 AS Laranja Kyoto
Sat 30 Jun: FC Glaspo Kashiwara 1-2 Ain Food
Sat 30 Jun: Kobe FC 1970 2-1 FC Kyoto 1993

Sun 01 Jul: FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu 9-0 Sanyo Electric Sumoto

1. Banditonce Kobe 30 (+37)
2. FC Mi-o Biwako Kusatsu 28 (+38)
3. Ain Food 23 (+2)
4. AS Laranja Kyoto 15 (-14)
5. FC Kyoto 1993 12 (-4)
6. Kobe FC 1970 10 (-12)
7. Sanyo Electric Sumoto 9 (-22)
8. FC Glaspo Kashiwara 2 (-25)
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