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Long Buckby Peacock became the Thursday League Champions after a 3-0 victory against Ladzio.

Ryan Waldocks long range effort and Dan Renshaw’s smart finish put Buckby 2-0 up at half time. Renshaw’s second late on sealed the three points and the title. Supporting Lisbon’s were 3-2 winners against Teenage Mutant Ninja Skrtels. Alex Kibblewhite, Chris Cowley and Darren Taylor were the match winners. Jamie Sedgley and Charlie Davis replied for Skrtels. Moves Like Agger and Pjanic at the Isco shared the points after a 1-1 draw. Ben Winterbourn put Agger ahead but Jake Woodman equalised late on. Forgone Conclusion were 4-3 winners against Olympiacos. Ryan Swann was in fine form for Forgone with a hat-trick. Josh Bosworth and a Josh Hyams double levelled things up big a late Jordan Hamer strike sealed the win. Real Daventry clinched runners up spot edging out Teenage mutant Ninja Skrtels on goal difference after a 4-2 win against Notin’ Forest. Jake Sanderson was on target four time for Real. Ryan Barnet and Patryk Harasymowicz were on target for Forest.

The New Thursday Evening League starts this week, anyone interested in entering a team contact Ben on 07752750582 or soccersevens@live.co.uk

Matthews hat-trick takes Nelson top

Admiral Nelson went top of the Sunday League table after a 3-0 victory against Inter. Paul Matthews was in inspired form with a fine hat-trick to seal the three points.

Saxons Sevens were 7-0 winners against Rapid Vienna. Ryan Waldock hot a treble, jake Sanderson a double and singles from Jak Gwilliam and Ian Waldock completed the scoring.

Boca Seniors were 5-0 winners against Inter. Josh Payne, Ian Waldock, Darren Taylor, a own goal and a excellent strike from James Taylor sealed the win. Admiral Nelson and Murder on Zidanes floor played out a end to end game with plenty of chances for both teams. Aaron Carter’s late strike for Nelson turned out to be the winning goal.

Olimpic Daventry ran out 5-0 winners against Forgone Conclusion. Darren Taylor led the way with a brace, Vadim Vlas, Pavel Hruby and Tomasz Zelichowski all also found the net.

FC Dacelona found themselves three goals to the good against LMA in the early stages thanks to a Tomasz Kot double and Pawel Boczarski. Josh Hyams pulled a goal back on the stroke of half time.

Gaz Parry headed home early in the second half and Hyams added his second and the equaliser late on for a 3-3 draw.

Four-star Westley inspires Bunfica

Bunfica ran out 4-3 winners against Notin’ Forest thank to a four goal haul from Keven Westley.

Marcus Thorneycroft and a Carl Thorneycroft double pulled Forest back into the game but Bunfica defended well and held on.

Hardcore Elite were 8-2 winners against Black Knights.

Lee James led the way with a treble, Nick Hammond a brace, and singles from Andy Fincham, Ben Hallett and Lee Twynholm. Jake Hyams and Adam Wise replied for the Knights.

Inter were 18-2 winners against Arsene Vaders. Alex Stampolakis and Josh Bosworth were on target from Arsene Vaders. Robbie Smith hit six, Tomasz Zelichowski five, Tomasz Sparks and Ryan Waldock hat-tricks apiece and Richard Rogers completed the scoring for Inter.