The chase for the 2015 Honiara Football Association League (HFA) title for the premier division may have experienced some movements in the team positions but KOSSA remains in charge of the lead.
KOSSA stays at the top with 37 points, played 15 matches; winning 12, drew one and lost two.
Northern United returns to settle on second spot with 30 points after winning nine out of 14 matches played drew three and lost two.
But this was no good news for the defending champions, Solomon Warriors FC who was trailing one place behind KOSSA for most of the first and second round but slid back to third place after losing two important matches, one against Northern United and the other against KOSSA.
However this is not over for the star studded side who are expected to hit back in their remaining games.
Meanwhile Realas FC lead the division 1 tally with 40 points, second is CY Strikers with 33 points and Waneagu United FC, third with 29 points.
Sokamora maintains its lead in division 2 with 35 points, closely followed by Islanders FC with 32 points and G.Camp United FC on third with 30 points.
Matches will continue this weekend.
By CARLOS ARUAFU