Drury comes to leaders’ rescue

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Mark Donner keeper Richard Drury was named man-of-the-match after earning the Louth Leader Six-a-Side League leaders a 1-0 win over Petr Cech Yourself.

James Braithwaite’s second-half strike was the difference between the sides.

Josh Lovesey’s double helped Game of Throw-ins pip Marshall BMW 2-1, and man-of-the-match Jack Lambley’s goal set LA Crusaders on the way to a 2-0 win over Louth All Stars.

In the other Premier Division match, Louth Legends were awarded a 5-0 walkover win against the absent Old Boys.

In the Championship, Susie’s Stars lost top spot as they lost 4-1 to Louth OG’Z thanks to Tom Snowey’s inspired performance.

#DS9 keeper Rob Craythorne was man-of-the-match for a string of saves, but could not deny ST a 1-0 win, while a brace from Shawn Deekins steered Sub Standard to a 4-0 drubbing of a below-strength Tekkerslovakia.

Real SoSoBad returned to winning ways as they shaded Golden Oldies 1-0 thanks to Sam Louth’s penalty, and Job Centre defeated Dragon Men by the odd goal in five courtesy of Eddie Addison’s hat-trick to go top of the pile.