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October League Updates

The battle for premiership honours in our Elite Premier Futsal competition is now a four-horse race as we enter the closing stages of the season. Exeter Quickly remain on top courtesy of a superior goal-difference to second place Saints and third place Cheetahs. STGW have dropped down to fourth place but have a game in hand.

Berocca Juniors, Our Mums, Dinamo and HAWKIES have all progressed to the finals of Yeronga Futsal League 1, with Berocca Juniors claiming premiership honours. Alex Mason of Berocca Juniors finished the regular season on top of the Golden Boot standings with 16 goals.

SC FC have continued their perfect run in Camp Hill Futsal League 2, winning ten from ten. Fiorentina Turner are ending the season strongly in second place, with Game of Throw Ins and Show Me Da Mane also looking assured of finals Futsal in third and fourth respectively.

In Somerville Futsal League 2, Q G C top the table on 24 points, followed by Futsal Fetish three points in arrears and Kings of Brisbane a further four points behind. These teams are assured of finals Futsal and should be joined by AB FC who occupy fourth spot.

Familiar names occupy the pointy end of La Macelleria Monday Mixed Div. 1, with Prestige Worldwide taking an early lead over Norfolk & Chance. GOLAZOS are in third and will be looking for their first win of the season next Monday.

In La Macelleria Monday Mixed Div. 2, UNTOUCHABLES are the early front-runners ahead of Lads FC who have drawn their opening two games. Clube de Futebol dos Flamingos, Bris RF and Good Hard D will all be aiming to pick up their first wins next week in what promises to be a competitive season.

In Grill’d Tuesday Mixed Div. 1, PADDINGTON PANSIES have taken an early lead with nine points, followed by KEMARI who are a point in arrears. Friend in Cheeses are third, with We are on FIRE yet to win after four rounds.

In Div. 2, Love Muffins and LOCO are tied first on nine points, with Love Muffins goal difference giving them the edge. GYPSIES are third with two wins and two losses, with CHUDLEY CANNONS rooted to the bottom of the table losing their four games so far.

In a highly-competitive Div. 3, All Gear No Idea and Quick Response are joint leaders on nine points, followed by A Bunch of Nerds and CNS FC in third and fourth spot respectively. Mavericks Mixed and new team Shipsters will be looking to climb the table over the coming weeks.

In Camp Hill Wednesday Men’s, both Therapist Soccer Team and Futsal FC have started the season strongly, with three wins apiece. Dynamo Chicken Kiev are third with two wins and two draws. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Carrolls will be looking to pick up their first points of the season when they take on Therapist Soccer Team this evening.

In West End Wednesday Men’s, Soton express and Dr. Waters Redux are neck and neck on 27 points heading into their top-of-the-table clash tonight. BEROCCA JUNIORS are only four points behind the top two, with 9mm FC, FC Rolling Potatoes and Dad Bods FC all battling it out for the fourth finals spot.

In Thursday Men’s, UnAthletico Madrid have had a fine season and top the table on 39 points, followed by Tough but fair on 36 points. Go With The Flo are third and all but assured of finals Futsal, with Dragonball and The Cartel battling it out for the last of the finals spots. Dragonball currently hold a two-point lead over their rivals.

In Thursday Mixed, Nankatsu FC remain undefeated after five rounds and top the table ahead of Straight off the Couch. Love Muffins V2 are third, with 1:100 yet to pick up a point. They’ll be looking to open their account in a tough game against the league leaders tomorrow night.

In our Saturday U10 Juniors league, Inner City Strikers top the table with five wins from five, ahead of Pears in second and Indi Futsal Stars in third. Cobras and Virginia United are fourth and fifth respectively but showed improvement last week and will be looking to climb the ladder over the coming weeks.

In our Mansfield U13 league, Immortals have won three from three and top the table ahead of Neymar Ninjas. Wildcats FC and West end Warriors have picked up their first wins in third and fourth respectively, with Inter My Van and The Panthers both still searching for their first points of the season.

Good luck to all teams for their upcoming games.

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We are excited to announce term 4 leagues kicking off early October and being played at Camp Hill State School. 

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