At the top 2nd place New Weddington Warriors outscored the leaders Shedingeh but remain 15 points shy of the top spot; whilst Lundenvic Lions had a poor week, redeeming themselves a little towards the end to claw back from a drop to 9th but still dropping off the top two race and now trailing by 95 points in 3rd.
Lehmark FC Legends will be eyeing that 3rd place but if they are to move up from 4th they will need to start outscoring, not matching, the Lions on points. They will also need to look over their shoulder at Novascurra Jesters in 5th who are scoring impressively at the moment and sit just 12 points behind the FC Legends…
In 6th place – still not having made a transfer yet – is the Isle of Lithua. What can I say, no changes since league start and for past months have been superglued to the 6th spot. Having briefly dropped to 8th last week they are back on 6th. Spooky.
Espoona take advantage of a low scoring United Mathisian Kingdom to nick the 7th spot off them and gain respectability in the 700+ club.
Just behind on 8th the H.E.R. Saints fare even better climbing two places in the league, 5 points behind Espoona, pushing the United Mathisian Kingdom into 9th.
Pikeland Holy Crusader drop down from 9th to 10th – still only 4 points. Adrift but needing to keep with the pace. Meantime Maslatonia and Principality of Sealand are looking dangerously low
Maslatonia take 7th spot, up from relegation place of 11th, to push Lithua still further down the league… and this just leaves H.E.R. Saints going against traffic and dropping from 7th to 11th, leading only – yes, you guessed it – Sealand in 12th and receiving a 21 point wooden spoon, And yet Sealand remains in the shade – biding their time perhaps? Or busy prepping for word war 3 perhaps..
Good luck in the next week, BTW we have changed our New Weddington Team football strip to reflect the Ukraine flag and micronation colours and show our support for the Ukrainian people there and living aboard. See below.