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Six clubs of District League West come from the district of Braunau. Munderfing, Gilgenberg and Eggelsberg/Moosdorf occupy the first three places, but the Braunau clubs are also “strongly” represented at the end of the table, with Ranshofen, Lochen and Altheim forming the final trio. With Manuel Wallerstorfer’s golden goal, the Munderfingers celebrated their seventh win in a row in Riedau and thus made it to first place for the first time. With Dorf/Pr. However, at the end of the first half of the season, an opponent is waiting who could draw level with the FCM with a threesome.

On paper, the easiest task of the top 3 has Gilgenberg, who is a guest at tail light Ranshofen. However, the aluminum team will do everything to surprise in the district derby. The Eggelsbergers, who led the table for five rounds, want to secure a good starting position for the second half of the season with a win in St. Martin. An explosive duel rises in Taiskirchen, where SV Taufkirchen is a guest. SVT coach Stephan Hellwagner is returning to his old place of work and wants to take something away from the former club. This task will not be easy, because Taiskirchen is still undefeated at home.

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District League South: The newly promoted Neuhofen and Hohenzell have established themselves very well in the southern district league. The Neuhofners remained 0-0 against Pichl for the eighth game in a row without defeat and could consolidate third place with a three-pointer against Ohlsdorf. HSV celebrated in Neukirchen/V. the first away win and has thus finally separated from the relegation zone.

2. West: TSV Aurolzmünster finished the past season only in the disappointing eleventh place of the 2nd West North. But since the change to the 2. West, the Zinnöcker-Elf really took off and is still undefeated after eleven rounds. At the end of the first half of the season, a real big hit awaits with the match against pursuers Pattigham/Pramet. One point is enough for the people of Münster to stay in first place over the winter. Riegerting, who only just missed out on promotion last year, wants to bring a disappointing first half of the season to a happy end with a derby win against Mettmach. The Union Aspach/Wildenau, which is still without a win, has the same goal. Maybe it works in mining with the first three.

2. West North: With Schardenberg, St. Agatha and Raab, three clubs still have a chance of winning the autumn championship title. The Raabers, who have been at the top of the table since the sixth round, suffered their first defeat in the follow-up game on October 26th in Wesenufer and slipped back to third place as a result. If leader Schardenberg doesn’t show any weaknesses in Eggerding, he’s sure of the winter crown. Raab will do everything to finish the first half of the season with a win against Aschach and secure a good starting position. After eight defeats in a row, the Red Lantern lights up in Enzenkirchen. With a three against Hartkirchen, the Osterkorn-Elf could bring them to an end.

1. Northwest: A brace from Bence Kalmar secured the Lambrecht team a 2-1 win over Diersbach. The SVL kept a clean slate and – although the match against Waizenkirchen will not be added until spring – they can put on the winter crown early on with a three-pointer in Rainbach. St. Marienkirchen/Sch. should not show any weakness against Münzkirchen in order to stay with the leading duo. In the basement duel against Waizenkirchen, the Freinbergers are hoping for something countable again after seven zero numbers. A full house seems guaranteed at the end of the season in Kopfing, where the Sauwald derby against St. Roman rises.

1. Southwest: Eberschwang and Gurten 1b are ahead on equal points. The Gurtners have the better goal difference, but according to the ÖFB rule that has been in force since the 2021/22 season, the SVE is in first place because they won the direct duel 4-1. Both have solvable tasks in the last autumn round with the stragglers Handenberg and bottom light Burgkirchen. If the pregnant boars win, they are autumn champions. The third Weng will give everything to win a derby against Neukirchen/E. stay on the heels of the leaders.


11 rounds St. Pantaleon remained undefeated in the 2nd class Southwest. FC Pischelsdorf ended this impressive series at the weekend: Florian Spreitzer scored in the 84th minute to win 4:3. This means that Pischelsdorf remains the first pursuer of the Pontigoners, who continue to lead the table despite the defeat.

4 points ATSV Schärding (1st class north-west), Enzenkirchen (2nd class west-north) and the Union Aspach/Wildenau (2nd class west) are currently on their books. From the Innviertel point of view, the trio brings up the rear in terms of points.

11079 points SV Hohenzell collected in the twelve rounds played in the autumn championship. The newly promoted team is leading the table of regular players in the district league south. Werner Sickinger’s team is also on the up in the “normal” table: most recently, HSV, bottom of the table, defeated Neukirchen/V.-Puchkirchen 2-1 away.

3 wins in a row celebrated the UFC Peterskirchen (1st class Mittewest) at the beginning of the season. Then the thread broke. Since then, the team coached by Peter Mate has been waiting for a complete success. Although Peterskirchen drew five more times, the Innviertler team managed to win the last time on August 28 against ESV Wels (3:2).

46 years Josef “Pepi” Bögl is already old, but still in great shape. The ex-Hohenzeller, who moved to Taufkirchen/Pr. (Bezirksliga West) scored his first goal for the Pramtal team in the 5-1 win against Lochen, which left them behind in the relegation zone.

Source: Nachrichten

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