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The Last 7 Days: 29 March 2009

Player of the session results for last week:

Session Line ups Result Player Of The Session
Monday night at The Cage
* Blacks:  Yaseen, John J, Nick, Shankar, Jams
* Reds:  Mark L, Yuchi, Rajseran, Melvin, Din
Blacks 11 Reds 7 Jams, John J, Rajseran & Yaseen (1 out of 4 votes each)
Wednesday night at The Cage
* Whites:  Lukas, Nick, Reza, Sushil, Amaury
* Blacks:  Bobby, Sam, Damian, Julius, Jujing
Whites 9 Blacks 4 Lukas & Nick (2/6 each)
Thursday night at Sports Planet * Blacks:  Murray, Steve F, Benjamin, Andrew T, Jujing
* Reds:  Tom, Yaseen, John J, Jams, Prabhakaran
Reds 15 Blacks 9 Void (insufficient votes)
Thursday night at The Cage * Blacks:  Gilbert, Sushil, Rajiv, Chris
* Reds:  Rajseran, Shankar, John S, Neil
Blacks 6 Reds 5 Gilbert & Siva (3/9 each)

We also had a 7-a-side game yesterday afternoon at The Premier Pitch.

Selected results from the World Cup qualifiers played last night:

  • Japan 1 Bahrain 0.  (Asian Group 1 table:  Japan, 11 points from 5 games; Australia, 10 from 4; Uzbekistan and Bahrain, 4 from 5).
  • Northern Ireland 1 Poland 0.  (European Group 3 table:  Northern Ireland, 10 from 6; Slovakia, 9 from 4; Czech Republic and Slovenia, 8 from 5)
  • Spain 1 Turkey 0. (European Group 5 table:  Spain, 15 from 5 (100% record); Bosnia-Herzegovina, 9 from 5; Turkey, 8 from 5)
  • Romania 2 Serbia 3 (European Group 7 table:  Serbia, 12 from 5; Lithuania, 9 from 5; France, 7 from 4; Austria and Romania, 4 from 4)
  • Netherlands 3 Scotland 0 (European Group 9 table:  Netherlands, 12 from 4 (100% record); Iceland and Scotland, 4 from 4).

There were no matches played in the Football League Championship.

In League One, Darren Ferguson’s Peterborough United beat top of the table Leicester City 2-0 at home to close the gap at the top to 4 points.  Milton Keynes Dons in fourth continue to fall further behind, losing 0-2 away to Leeds United, who are now only a point behind them.  Millwall strengthened their grip on third place with a 1-0 away at Crewe Alexandra.

In League Two, six of the top 7 faced each other.  Although the higher placed team was at home in each game, all three games ended in a draw.

  • Top of the table Brentford drew 1-1 at home with fourth-placed Gillingham.
  • Second-placed Rochdale drew 2-2 at home with sixth-placed Exeter City.
  • Fifth-placed Wycombe Wanderers drew 1-1 at home with seventh-placed Shrewsbury Town.

Only third-placed Bury managed a win, 1-0 at home against Bournemouth, to move above Rochdale into second place.

The Australian Grand Prix was covered under “Other Sports:  29 March 2009”.

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