Premier League – 29th June
Customs Dept 0 – 1 Chonburi
Division 1 – 29th June
Khonkaen FC 3 - 1 Phitsanulok FC
Chanthaburi FC 3 – 0 Raj-Vithi FC
Rattana Bundit FC 2 - 2 Sriracha FC
Royal Thai Air Force FC 5 - 1 Surat Thani FC
Royal Thai Police FC 2 - 1 Nakorn Sawan FC
Royal Thai Navy FC 0 - 0 Thai Airways
Thai Honda FC 1 - 2 Mueang Thong NongJork United
Suphanburi FC 1 - 1 PTT FC
Division 2 – Group A – 29th June
56 RAJ PRACHA 0 - 0 SATUN
57 SONGKHLA 3- 1 CHIANG MAI
58 SAKON NAKHON 3 - 2 RATCHABURI
59 NAKHON RATCHASIMA 1 - 1 PRACHINBURI
60 NARATHIWAT 1 - 0 SAMUT PRAKARN
Today's action saw some unlikely results in the 2nd Division with
Sakhon Nakon getting their first victory of the season and Satun also picking up a point,
although they are still without a win yet.
Elsewhere in Division 2, Korat couldn't quite topple the league leaders Prachinburi.
In Division One, Mueng kept their football machine ticking away at the top and have opened up a 7 point gap to
the all important 4th position.
The Air Force turned around last weeks defeat to Surat Thani showing them that it was a one off and
totally dominated today's game and won 5-1.
Sriracha continue to disappoint myself, again only getting a draw against Rattana Bundit, that's
2 weeks running now. Rattana Bundit will be happy with the two points collected.
The Police got a much needed win to stay within contention, maybe if they turn more draws into wins
then they will be back in the big league next year?
It's all very close in Division One, with all top 8 teams having a shout of promotion.
Should be an interesting few weeks ahead of us. League table can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thailand_Division_1_League_2008
Their was one match in the Premier League where Chonburi overcame Customs Department 1-0 to move back to the top of the table
Stay tuned for midweek action, I apologise for not posting the fixtures now, but i need clarification
as different sources say different matches!
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