The Stripes came away from an entertaining encounter at Huddinge without any points but contributed to a great match for the neutrals present. Colm Kenny , Alex Bodini and Andy O’Sullivan got the goals for the visitors who never gave up the cause and with a bit of luck could have snatched a point.
Assyriska continue to dominate at the top of the division after disposing of Enhörna away from home, a double from Aday Kaplan came in a 3-0 scoreline.
Konyaspor were given a shock at Älvsjö in an ill tempered affair. The home team stormed into a two goal lead before the Konyaspor side equalised right on half time. The team that led the division early on now seem to be losing ground on leaders Assyriska.
Tellus and Tyresö played out a pretty tedious affair which resulted in a 1-1 draw at Aspudden.
Vagnhärads had no problems in disposing of bottom side Panellinios away from home, Marcus Holster scoring a double in the second half to secure the points for his team.
Mälarhöjden continue to find the going tough in division 3 when they were soundly beaten by Spårvägen, who now jump into second spot in the table ahead of Konyaspor.
This week and Långholmen have what is probably their most important match of the season so far. Enhörna visit Essinge IP only 4 points ahead of Långholmen, if Stuart Lascelles men can get maximum points from the next two games and something from the last two before the break they may have a good chance of pulling away from the bottom of the table and set things up in a more positive light for the second half of the season in August.
Both Långholmens neighbours at the foot of the table have tough games this weekend, Panellinios face a hard match at Tyresö and Mälarhöjden face on form team Assyriska, this weekend could produce a lot of goals in the divison.
Långholmen next game is this Saturday 5th June at Essinge IP with a 2pm kick-off.
Text Scot James
Pics Per Hägglund
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