Al Fuad Sports Club are the New Leader in ADFL Following Demolition Job

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Al Fuad Sports Club are the new leaders of the ADFL Amateur Men’s Division 1 following a 16-2

humbling of Daman. A dominant first half that saw 6 goals in 6 minutes and put the game beyond

doubt just 10 minutes in.

 

The former leaders, MEDIAPRO Hawks lost their place at the top of the league with their first dropped

points of the campaign going down 7-3 to Tche Tche in one of the shocks of the competition so far.

 

Falcons Academy A beat their B side counterparts in a game that wasn’t as close as the score line

suggests. Cruising at 2-0 from the 10th minute the B team only narrowed the deficit in the dying

minutes to set up a tense but un-climactic finish. The two sides can both hope to be challenging come

the end of the campaign.

 

Rawdhat A are gaining the tag of the most unpredictable side in the league as they eased their way to

a 4-2 win over FC Dubstars. With survival still not certain both teams will be looking to pick up as

many points as possible in the coming weeks.

 

Abu Dhabi Thistle are making sure they give themselves the best chance of survival by picking up

their second win of the season with Al Noor Hospital getting that familiar feeling eventually losing 3-2.

 

Smart Solutions put another nail in Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank’s relegation coffin with a 3-1 win. The

game was goalless in the 1st half but sprung to life after the interval with 4 goals and a red card for

ADIB.

 

It’s a case of life imitating Premier League art in Division 2 with Man City five points clear having won

each one of their games so far. The latest victims of this dominant force were the Rawdhat B side

who pushed them close, narrowly going down 4-3.

 

Shangri-La hit Emal for 7 to keep up their promotion hopes. The two sides couldn’t be separated in

the opening exchanges with Emal immediately hitting back after conceding in the first minute. A

sending off for two yellows made things much easier for Shangri-La who went on to romp home 7-1.

 

ADIA are also amongst those scrapping their way out of the league and beat promotion rivals

Marhoom Salim Saad 4-2 with the help of Saeed Damarki’s hat-trick.

 

 

A flash point in the game with AD Fund and Eagles FC saw a player from each team shown straight

red cards taking some of the gloss off Eagles two late goals that secured a hard fought win.

 

There was no denying the fighting spirit of EFF who came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw with ADTA.

 

MEDIAPRO are the leaders of the Corporate Men on goal difference following a handsome 9-3 win

against ADIB. Al Rowad bounced back from a heavy last week by handing one to Bayer Neverlusen,

the game finishing 10-2.

 

Al Sagr Insurance shared a 5-5 draw with National Marine DC and Two Four 54 beat White and Case

3-2.