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TWO FOR JUAN

There were surprisingly few high scores this week, considering the number of games played in the last seven days, and only two teams managed to get over thirty points. Torpedo Bermondsey just managed to scrape clear with 31 points while 1897 - The Golden Year made the most of the games on offer by notching up a respectable 49 points.

Elsewhere it was a week that Oh Sheffield would rather forget - together with the entire season by the looks of things as they went into reverse and recorded a score of -2. A Taste of the Raj could only manage a paltry 8 while Hicky's Heroes just about got into double figures with a score of 10.

You've got the sweetest little Angel face...
At the top, Crumbs DM are still in front with 476 with Keane As Mustard in second with 445 but the big news of the week is the emergence of Supersonic FC who have moved up to third.

While the rest of us have been moaning or gloating about the performances of our star players, Nic has gone about collecting the points thanks to the likes of Teddy Sheringham, David Beckham and Thierry Henry. If it wasn't for the somewhat unsound advice of her official advisor at the beginning of the season, she may well have been top by now. That person will remain nameless and, thanks to his team's poor disciplinary record this week, in 19th place.

Birmingham Shitty continued their good run thanks to Juan Pablo Angel and Whatever achieved their highest position so far by moving into 22nd place. At the bottom, things are as you were for the bottom five, with none of them moving in either direction.

That's it for this week. Ash would like to point out though that he is glad Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink won't be scoring anymore UEFA Cup goals for Chelsea this season and I would like to apologise for the length of this report but I've been playing football over the park. Roll on Christmas and the transfer window.

POS TEAM PTS SC  
1 CRUMBS DM 476 18
2 KEANE AS MUSTARD 445 21
3 SUPERSONIC FC 433 29
4 SALFORD STROKERS 431 26
5 1FC LAUNDROMAT 431 15
6 GAZTON VILLA 425 25
7 THE DARLING DUBS THAT PLAY 424 18
8 SPAKATAK TOXTETH 417 28
9 FECK-ARSE-NIL 416 16
10 RÓISÍNS XI 413 19
11 1897 - THE GOLDEN YEAR 405 49
12 TORPEDO BERMONDSEY 391 31
13 LUKE PERRY ALL-STARS 390 20
14 AOIFE'S XI 380 18
15 SOFT CENTRES 358 23
16 CLINT BIZZELL JUNIORS 356 12
17 BIRMINGHAM SHITTY 355 23
18 BILLY'S BOOTS 351 27
19 CRAZYHORSE FC 345 19
20 PATRICK DUFFY THISTLE 337 21
21 BILL S PRESTON NORTH END 332 26
22 WHATEVER 320 17
23 WOODBOURNE ROVERS 317 13
24 ATHLETICO SALFORD 316 18
25 A TASTE OF THE RAJ 315 8
26 LION OF VIENNA SLEEPS TONIGHT 295 28
27 LONE RANGERS RETURN 285 26
28 DUCK UTD 277 28
29 HICKY'S HEROES 246 10
30 OH SHEFFIELD 154 -2