Bubbly champagne have magic sparkle
THE ASTROPARK action is at fever-pitch as teams either finish off their final games of their league campaigns or else kick-off their Champions League or Europa League group matches.
Show No Mercy scored a vital win over Serious United at Coolock.
Both sides were deadlocked at 9-9 but the Hungarians of Show No Mercy tagged on a couple of injury time goals to swing the verdict their way as they joined their beaten opponents in joint second spot behind leaders B-Sharps who have a perfect record of played nine and won nine.
Champagne FC maintained their push for a high finish in the same division with an 11-8 success over Magic 8 Ball.
Skipper Paul Carroll chipped in with a five goal haul for Magic 8 Ball but their opponents had goalscorers throughout and Patrick Kennedy (4), Joe Byrne (4), Darragh Ward (2) and Paul Judge all made their way onto the scoresheet to keep their Champions League hopes alive.
On Tuesday night, Soccer Face Jacks played Hackers in a Champions league match.
Last time these two sides met the match was a close affair as the Hackers lost 11-7.
An understrength Hackers held their own early on but the concession of a couple of soft goals turned the game Soccer Face Jacks way who went on to an emphatic 7-2 victory
Accrington Santry and Miley Cyrus FC then produced a thrilling game of football with Miley Cyrus eventually winning 7-6.
Both teams have been keen to get back to top position in the league this season and showed it as both sides contributed to a fiercly contested hour fo football with the match official having to intervene on a couple of occasion to calm down the competitive nature of both side.
The action continued on Sunday and again it was of the frenetic variety.
Shankley's Army and Legia Slovakia had little to separate them, but the Slovakians found that extra edge and they won out 6-5.
Destiny Sausage had a fine win over Swifter Drifters but it wasn't easy for them.
They eventually won by four goals, 11-7 in a game that displayed some great football from both sides.
Wii not Fit showed they had class and talent by beating Seaside Tuesday on a comfortable 13-6 scoreline.