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Queen’s Park, Merry Boys continue National League battle
Queen’s Park will have to be on top of its game for the rest of the season to lift the Shanghai Construction Group National League title, as the leaders will face formidable opponents in the coming weeks.
The Parkites are on 145 points, seven points ahead of second placed Merry Boys with three rounds remaining. Queen’s Park has some tough assignments coming up as it plays third placed Jenexcon Tableland in round seven starting today, Merry Boys in round eight and third placed Powergen Penal in the last round.
On the other hand, defending champions Merry Boys will face seventh placed Caldrac in round seven and eighth placed Alescon Comets in the last round. In other round seven fixtures Powergen and Clarke Road will square off, Jailal Enterprise Victoria plays Preysal, while struggling teams Comets and Esmeralda will face off at Pierre Road, Charlieville.
Tomorrow the same fixtures will take place in round seven of the Sunday 50-over League, while round seven of the National League will conclude on May 16 and 17.
Round Seven Fixtures
•Jenexcon Tableland vs Queen’s Park at Tableland
•Caldrac vs Merry Boys at Gilbert Park
•Powergen Penal vs F.C Clarke Road at Syne Village
•Alescon Comets vs Esmeralda at Pierre Road
•Jailal Enterprise Victoria vs Preysal at Barrackpore West
National League Standings
1 Queen’s Park—145 pts
2 Merry Boys—138 pts
3 Powergen Penal—108 pts
4 Jenexcon Tableland—95 pts
5 F.C Clarke Road—90 pts
6 Jailal Enterprise Victoria—79 pts
7 Caldrac—71 pts
8 Alescon Comets—56 pts
9 Preysal—54 pts
10 Esmeralda—34 pts
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