Pressure mounts at top of league

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DAVCELONA piled on the pressure in their game against third-placed Pen Island in the six-a-side football league.

After a left-footed strike from Aaron Bishop and a hat-trick from Luke Ireland, Davcelona were ahead by four goals at the break.

With further goals from Luke Ireland and Aaron Bishop the game was comfortably won early in the second-half.

Pen Island conceded no further goals and scored a late consolation goal of their own.

The game ended 6-1 and Davcelona maintained their two-point advantage at the top of the league.

The Dons versus Daventry Olympic was a thrilling encounter with James Farmer getting The Dons off to a great start with a goal in the top right hand corner.

The Dons applied more pressure and before the break, Casey Farmer scored a 25-yard screamer to put his team two goals in the clear.

Olympic came out from the break flying and a good individual effort from Stuart Ross saw him nutmeg the defender and slot his shot underneath the keeper to pull Olympic within touching distance.

But The Dons broke on the counter attack which left James Farmer one on one with the keeper. He smashed the ball past the keeper ending the game 3-1 to The Dons.

In the final match of the night second-placed Coach and Horses took on William Parker. Both teams started well with great defensive play.

Midway through the first-half Dan Clarke put Coach ahead. Then Dan intercepted the ball to score his second of the night.

In the second-half Aaron Crampton and Dan Clarke scored a further goal each which ended the game 4-0 to Coach and Horses.