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Green Bowl 2006

Round 1
5/3As One Black EaglesClub Bears35-0
5/3Matsushita Denko ImpulseNaigai Denki Marvies16-7
5/4Iwatani SidewindersKobe Finies0-23
5/4Asahi Soft Drinks ChallengersFuji Xerox J-Stars21-0
5/20Matsushita Denko ImpulseAs One Black Eagles14-17
5/20Asahi Soft Drinks ChallengersKobe Finies26-13
6/10Asahi Soft Drinks ChallengersAs One Black Eagles48-0

Green Bowl

June 10 2006, Nagai Stadium, Osaka
Asahi Soft Drinks Challengers1012121448
As One Black Eagles00000
7-0Katsura18 yard run (Imazato kick)
10-0Imazato32 yard field goal
16-0Suekata30 yard pass from Katsura (kick no good)
22-0Sekine3 yard run (Conversion no good, pass)
28-0Takahashi28 yard pass from Sugita (kick no good)
34-0Sekine70 yard run (kick no good)
41-0Sekine4 yard run (Kaburagi kick)
48-0Fujiyama1 yard run (Kaburagi kick)
Attendance: 1.056

Team Statistics
AsahiAs One
25First Downs17
40Rushing Plays34
267Net Yards Rushing77
249Net Yards Passing153
-Fumbles Lost3
32:42Time of Possession27:18

Individual Statistics
Asahi: Sekine 14-135, Nakamura 13-61, Kinoshita 7-53, Katsura 3-8, Sugiyama 1-7, Sugita 1-2, Fujiyama 1-1
As One: Hounoki 12-68, Sakamoto 4-19, Okuno 6-3, Yamamoto 1-2, Takuya 2-2, Natsume 8-(-3), Team 1-(-14)
Asahi: Katsura 14-8-128-1-1, Sugita 12-7-68-0-1, Kinoshita 8-4-53-0-0
As One: Okuno 17-7-72-2-0, Natsume 14-8-81-0-0
Asahi: Suekata 8-102, Kawai 3-25, Yoshimura 2-41, Enoki 2-20, Horiguchi 2-13, Takahashi 1-28, Momozawa 1-20
As One: Fujinawa 5-39, Yoshii 3-43, Hounoki 2-19, Kaname 1-22, Michikado 1-9, Nohara 1-8, Takeda 1-8, Yamamoto 1-5

Challengers victorious

The Asahi Soft Drinks Challengers won this year's Green Bowl, a spring tournament for X League teams from the western part of Japan. The Challengers beat the Fuji Xerox J-Stars 21-0 in the first round and the Kobe Finies 26-13 in the semifinals before routing the As One Black Eagles 48-0 at Nagai Stadium in Osaka. The Black Eagles who defeated Matsushita Denko Impulse in the seminfinals 17-14 on two big plays (a 77-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 7 five minutes and four seconds into the first quarter and just 51 seconds after the Impulse had taken the lead and a 73-yard interception return to tie the game at 14 five minutes and 40 seconds into the third quarter) turned the ball over five times (three fumbles, two interceptions) and trailed already 22-0 at halftime. The most impressive players for the Challengers were RB Takeshi Sekine who ran for 135 Yards and three touchdowns (including a 70-yard run for a 34-0 lead midway through the third quarter) and WR Daishi Suekata, the game's MVP, with eight catches for 102 Yards and a 30-yard touchdown pass to increase the Challengers' lead to 16-0 one minute and 46 seconds into the second quarter.

(Text: Dieter Hoch)

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