WITH both the first and second division MB Socca Leagues titles wrapped up with a few weeks to go, there’s still no shortage of entertainment at The Hirst Welfare Centre.
Last Thursday saw a goal feast and top of the bill was The Whipping Boys and Station Boys, with the former running out 5-3 winners
This has not prevented them already being relegated but leaves hope for a quick return.
Base FC and Multiple Scoregasms also had a tight game with Base taking three valuable points in a 3-2 win to go two points clear in second spot with one game to go.
Champions Real Ashington had a night off as they took part in a friendly game.
V&N Jewellers with a depleted team still beat Sparta Hatbreath 4-2.
Hot on the heels of Sparta are Station FC, who won 3-0 against Brazilliant and now close the gap for the runners-up spot to two points with three games to go.
There was no seperating Ashington All Stars and Red Devils who drew 2-2.
With the new leagues starting in a few weeks time, new teams, irrespective of ability, can join the FA affiliated leagues by contacting Graham on 07891 321753, e-mail Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mbsoccaleagues.co.uk