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Casa round-up: Week 6


A second half Adaie Amankwaah strike led Philly United over West Philly FC. The win leaves Philly United 2 points out of first. Franklin FC had a much easier time with an undermanned Philly Soccer Firm. Marek Dudziak put in a pair during a 7-0 win. John Kirchenbauer had the winner and was Man of the Match for Stoney as they dropped a three spot on Drinker’s Pub. Nittany United got strikes from five different players in the only non-shutout match in Primera. Real Optimus played with ten after a red card and only mustered a lone goal. Division leaders Cracovia had no trouble with NewPhillyUnited, putting four past the relegation threatened squad in a card-filled showdown.


AC Milan piled on a struggling Cannons side with a 3-1 win. John Kightlinger was the two-goal hero for Mt. Laurel as they dropped Philadelphia Athletic back into the loss column in 4-2 fashion. Man of the Match Dan Foley led FC Bucks past Bayern Makefield in a tight 3-2 affair. It took a brace from Mike Rio to lift Quaker City past Wayne Iverson and Lot Lizards. It wasn’t as close when AOH61 dropped Grey Lodge 4-2. John Gallagher logged a double for the winners.


Gart Buck knocked a couple in but it wasn’t enough to push It’s Always Sunny FC beyond the offensive clutches of Spruce Goose. The 3-3 score suggests a wide open affair. Revolution 76 scored three as well but FC Spartans could not match them for output and a 3-0 game. Erjon Kosta marked his return to the scoresheet with a brace to lead United Nations over Tacony 4-1. A much tighter affair between Sons of Ben Zolo and Loose Cannons was only settled by a Sean Reichart goal for LC.


Joe Decree was the most furious of all the Balls of Fury, and his brace earned them a big win over FC Kilbanes, 4-2. Short three players, Sons of Ben Independence put up a good fight despite being down three men. Tir Na Nog pulled through, however, and left with a 3-1 win. Justin Bartolucci had a goal and a card for PPR in a shutout over Casa United.

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