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AC Richmond first at break

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Club Ireland Celtic's goalkeeper covers up a shot by AC Richmond during Richmond Senior Soccer League First Division game Sunday at Minoru Park.
— image credit: Don Fennell photo

AC Richmond remains the top team in the Richmond Senior Soccer League First Division at the annual holiday break.

The club improved to 9-2-2 with a 3-2 win over Club Ireland Celtic Sunday at Minoru Park. The Jugadores are second at 8-1-2, while Club Ireland is last in the 10-team division at 1-7-3.

All Blacks top the Premier Division table at 7-1-3, a point better than the 7-2-2 Athletics, while the 8-1-1 Hounds enjoy a one-point lead on Mark's Clippers (8-2-0) in the Second Division.

Young Football Club is 6-1-3 on the season, good enough for a three-point advantage over IFC United (5-1-3) in the Third Division, while the Old Blacks are 8-1-0 and seven points clear of the Flying Beaver (5-2-2) in the new Masters Division.

 

 

 

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