Week 2 of the Harrow Way 5-a-side Premier League saw some fantastic matches, screaming goals and Brazilian skills from the very best players Harrow Way has to offer.

While Club de Football managed to maintain their 100% record with two convincing wins, Low FC were unable to hang on to second spot, dropping to 3rd after only earning 1 point from their 3-3 draw with lowly Team FC.

Instead, Galacticos now sit in second place with 9 points courtesy of a tremendous 2 – 0 win over their rivals Low FC. A 2-1 victory over the ambitiously named Top of the League boosted Galacticos point tally, leaving them just 3 point behind the league leaders.

It was not all doom and gloom for Top of the League as they benefitted from an automatic 3-0 win in their friendly match against the All-Star team Friendly A.

Team FC prop up the foot of the table on 4 points but it is only goal difference that separates them from 4th placed Top of the League. Click here to see the League Table.

Game of the Week – Galacticos climbed into 2nd place after thrilling a 2-1 victory over a battling Top of the League who even squandered a penalty. Jordan Dawe, the Galacticos ‘keeper produced save after save to deny his opponents and will surely have claimed the Man of the Match award from his teammates. With 3 or 4 shots hitting the woodwork for both sides, this fantastic game was the epitome of ‘end to end’ action.

Goal of the Week – Those supporters who left early will be kicking themselves having missed what must be an early contender for ‘Goal of the Season’. In the last game of the night, Low FC’s Ben Cox hit one of his trademark screamers from behind the half-way line. While so many of his efforts had gone wide during the game this one couldn’t have been sweeter. Struck hard and low, the ball flew into the top-right corner before Team FC’s ‘keeper, Jack Bowman, had a chance to react.

Golden Boot – Last week’s top scorer, Ryan Hampton, faces stiff competition for the Golden Boot this season. After a flying start in week one, scoring 5 goals, Ryan was limited to just 2 this week. It was now the turn of Jordan Mumford to find his shooting boots and score 5 goals of his own to take his tally for the season to 7, level at the top of the scoring chart with Ryan.