Please note that the Japanese names in these posts are written in Japanese order, i.e. Family Name followed by Given Name

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Challenge League - FINAL STANDINGS

Vegalta Sendai end the season unbeaten, with twenty wins and two draws - both home games. FC Takahashi finish second and will contest for promotion to the Nadeshiko League with the team finishing ninth in the top division, which will be decided next weekend. Setagaya finish third, beating Nittaidai as a result of scoring more goals, their respective goal differences being the same. Similarly at the bottom, Nagano's win today moves them ahead of JSCL. Both sides now play in the Challenge League promotion playoffs.

Elsewhere the JFA Academy's players will be delighted with a fifth place finish, with fellow schoolgirls Tokiwagi Gakuen in sixth. Ehime's target of sixth was not eventually realised, but they will be pleased with seventh in their first season. They beat Shizuoka on goal difference, with Kagoshima and Bunnys struggling behind them, but doing just enough to stay out of trouble.

PlayedWonDrawnLostForAgainstDifferencePoints
1Vegalta Sendai (C)22202088127662
2FC Takahashi (P/O)22162475264950
3Setagaya22141759372243
4Nittaidai22141745232243
5JFA Academy22132752203241
6Tokiwagi Gakuen22122859372238
7Ehime FC2275104349-626
8Shizuoka2275102951-2226
9Je Vrille Kagoshima2253142452-2818
10Bunnys Kyoto2233161878-6012
11Nagano Parceiro2224161463-4910
12JSCL2224162684-5810

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