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DSMFL re­turns to ac­tion fol­low­ing its win­ter break

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Uk World Today -

THE Dundee Satur­day Morn­ing Foot­ball League (DSMFL) teams re­turn en masse this week­end af­ter their win­ter break.

A cou­ple of sig­nif­i­cant games were played on Satur­day with Hill­town Hot­spurs pass­ing up the chance to go eight points clear at the Premier top.

They were held to a 2-2 draw against the Medics, hav­ing been re­duced to nine men. That could be a cru­cial point gained at the end of the sea­son.

They lead River­side CSC by six points though River­side have two matches in hand. FC Ket­tle­drum also trail by six points with a game in hand.

In the Bal­gay Bar First Divi­sion Cup, St James Ath­letic’s 4-1 win over Sto­b­swell guar­an­tees them a semi-fi­nal spot with a game in hand in Group B.

They play The Beat in a knock­out game be­fore the end of Fe­bru­ary.

The Beat progress along­side Club 83 out of Group A which also in­cluded Charleston and FC Men­zieshill who have folded en­sur­ing the top two go through.

The fi­nal semi place is still any from three with Sto­b­swell, Ferry Me­chan­ics and Cairdy This­tle in with a shout.

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