Mark Donner remain hot on the heels of Louth Six-a-Side League leaders Louth Legends after a 1-0 win over Game of Throw-Ins last week.
With Legends enjoying a 5-0 points win, and 3-1 friendly win over Marshall BMW, Donner stayed level on points, and second on goal difference, thanks to an inspired performance from Karl Donner.
LA Crusaders are four points behind the top two after Ollie Cooper’s hat-trick gave them a 3-0 win over Team P and B.
Sixth-placed Louth All Stars won the battle of the bottom half, 7-3, as Petr Cech Yourself stayed second-bottom. Petr drew level at half-time after Steve Goy’s opener, but they were unable to contain the combination of Brown, Coultham and man-of-the-match Goy.
* In the Louth Leader Championship, Job Centre XI opened a three-point cushion at the top as goals from Alex Nichols and captain Ben Maidment helped them to a 3-1 win over Real SoSoBad.
Second-placed Louth OGz dropped a point as they were held by #DS9 who stormed into a 2-0 lead thanks to Justin Coleman’s double. Frazer Chapman’s brace rescued a 2-2 draw.
Susie’s Stars slipped further off the pace in third after a surprise 3-2 defeat to Golden Oldies who were set on their way by a deflected Jamie Clark effort.
Sub Standard climbed to fourth after they edged out Stroke T 2-1 thanks to a late penalty, while bottom side Tekkerslovakia remained winless following a dour goalless draw with Dragon Men who remain seventh.