League leaders keep their unbeaten record

PUBLISHED: 09:29 10 December 2010

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THE game of the night in the Pro-Football Fives League was 2009 champions Mighty Klunge, up against league leaders and current title holders Monaco-op.

THE game of the night in the Pro-Football Fives League was 2009 champions Mighty Klunge, up against league leaders and current title holders Monaco-op.

Monaco-op maintained their 100 per cent start to the new campaign with a narrow victory. Ricky Bennett for Monaco and Luke Britton for Klunge were on top form during this game, testing both goalkeepers Simon Perkins and CJ Neate, who both made fine saves despite the 8-6 scoreline.

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