In Brasschaat, the audience witnessed an exciting match between Dragons and Gantoise. The teams took turns taking the lead.

Australian Blake Govers opened the scoring for Dragons, after which Irishman Sean Murray did the same for Gantoise. Govers gave Dragons the lead again before half-time. Pascal Kina’s players equalized through Guillaume Hellin at the start of the second period and even took the lead again shortly afterwards.

Dragons came back through Felix Denayer and again Govers made it 4-3 with a hatrrick. However, the match was not yet played. Hellin made sure that the reigning vice champion was able to save his second place in the standings.

Meanwhile, leader Leopold wiped the floor with the newly promoted Old Club. It was 2-13 against the people of Liège.

Leopold is still undefeated and has 28 out of 30.

In the relegation battle, Leuven gained valuable points by winning 3-4 against Daring and moving up to 9th place (7 points), ahead of Uccle (6), Daring (4) and red lantern Old Club (3).

Dragons – Gantoise 4-4

Old Club – Leopold 2-13

Braxgata – Waterloo Ducks 3-5
Uccle Sport – Racing 2-5
Oree – Herakles 0-1
Daring – Leuven 3-4

Source: Sporza

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