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SWINDON LEISURE LEAGUES 6-A-SIDE FOOTBALL ROUND UP
9:54am Tuesday 15th June 2010 in News
God With An Extra ‘O’ remain at the summit of the Swindon St Joseph’s 6-a-side league despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Park North Boys.
The Messenger failed to take the initiative, and in spectacular fashion, suffering a 5-0 reverse against a Richard Smith inspired Stratton Six. Daniel Hern was unfortunate to be on the losing side, as he starred for View Park Rangers but couldn’t stop them suffering a 3-0 defeat against Booya.
John Mear pulled the strings for Walcot FC as they comfortably saw off the challenge of We Were Good At School by four goals to one, whilst Walcat Militants overcame Boca Seniors 6-3, Colin Hext starring.
Total 90 continue to top the pile in the Abbey Meads 6-a-side Premier Division as they eased to maximum points with an 8-2 win over MUFC. Neil’s Tattoo Studio remain hot on their heels, stating their intentions with a 15-3 mauling of Old Em Pathetic.
Aaron Wells gave Valley FC that bit extra as they edged past Los Galacticos in a real humdinger, 8-6 the final outcome.
Blunsdon Lads demonstrated just why they sit at the summit of Division One as they humbled Red Star by 11 goals without reply. LMA remain in close comfort as they handed out a 10-2 thumping to Gorse Hill Blues, whilst Penhills Finest crushed Kay FC 11-4.
Elsewhere, Underdogs got their teeth stuck into Real Savoy, 5-2, whilst Allstars tore Never Last apart in an 11-0 win.
If anyone is interested in joining the Swindon 6-a-side Leisure League, they can call 0845 230 2340 or visit www.leisureleagues.net
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