THREE teams are now level on six points at the top of the Peterhead Sunday Soccersixes Premier Division at Catto Park after leaders Big G Wanderers missed this week’s fixtures and Sparka suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Brothers In Arms.
Sparka would have topped the table outright had they won their head to head with Brothers, as expected, however Thomas Dickie led his charges to a memorable 5-4 success which lifts them to sixth in the table, just a couple of points behind the leading pack.
Galacticos are now on six points and level with Sparka after they overcame a tough Camberwick FC outfit 3-0. A victory for Camberwick would have seen them jump to third in the table but they were soundly beaten in the end.
Tev Warrander’s Chancers picked up their first points of the season at the expense of newcomers Unreal Madrid as they powered their way to a 3-1 success, although Madrid certainly put up a good fight and will perhaps be disappointed not to have got closer to their first point since joining the league.
Inter YM have genuine title ambitions this season and they maintained their decent start to the campaign with a hard fought but ultimately comfortable 4-1 success against Alkis +1, another of the new teams who joined the competition this season. Graham Bremner’s lads gave another good account of themselves but remain bottom of the table with two defeats from their opening two matches.
Paddy McGlone’s Missfits missed out on the chance to go joint top as they were surprisingly crushed 5-1 by Pathetico Madrid.
Bunts Boys suffered only their second defeat of the season at the hands of Billys Boys in the Wednesday Premier Division and the victory for Billys sees them narrow the gap on second placed Bunts to just a point.
The game was an absolute classic with Billys goalkeeper Philip Duthrie making a superb penalty save as his side recorded a 4-3 win. Bunts have now won eight games in a row as they continue their charge towards challenging for the title with seven matches left to play.
Big G Wanderers are two points clear at the helm following a hard fought 2-0 victory against Camberwick FC.
Allan Geddes Project picked up two vital points with a convincing 4-1 victory against Paddy McGlone’s Norfolk NC outfit.
Total Inscaff did battle with Average Joes and it turned out to be a thrilling encounter with both sides playing superb football. Inscaff manager Wayne Parsons finally managed to field a full-strength team with three new players making their debuts.
Graeme Wood opened the scoring for Inscaff early in the match with a fantastic finish although Joes levelled not long after. Alan Norris put Inscaff back in front with a poachers finish before Joes again levelled midway through the second half.
With the match looking destined for a draw, debutant James Timmins popped up to snatch the winning goal with the last attack of the game to leave his teammates celebrating as they left the park.
HEA and Argonauts completed a fine night of football with a closely fought but thoroughly entertaining game which finished 2-1 to the latter.