Two games in division 1 got played and the euro clans Firing Squad and Hyphen played each other in an important game. If Hyphen wanted playoffs, this was the game to win for them to get that chance, but FS responded brilliantly and won the series 2-0 after solid play on dm3 and e1m2, leaving no doubt that they are going to the playoffs.
It was clash of the titans time when Finnish Clan Malfunction faced off with Slackers from scandinavia. SR won dm3 after impressive play by Hib, who got first penta, second rl, and did not die for 8 minutes securing RA and running quads. Then on e1m2, CMF impressively stroke back in a game that produced a monster score: 253-211 ... no f***ing CS game! On decider map, dm2, CMF secured a nice victory and 2 points after a very good first 15 minutes, when SR took over the map in the end it was too late. A very good game indeed.
Division 3 saw four games played and one WO when Swedish Fighting Foes claimed WO vs euro clan Cobots who are idle. But the Foes got two games played as well and first off they played countrymen Maniacs.  were unsually weak in this match and TFF took home 3 points, winning booth e2m7 and e1m2 rather easy.
Then TFF played another Swede clan, Quake-o-holics, and finally QH broke down on e3m3, loosing it with 15 frags. QH faught well on TFF's home map, e2m7, but had to lay down their swords in the end. So, a very nice two days for the Foes, taking 9 points in three games. They are now at second place in the table and things are looking good, but they still have to face EarthQuake and Quadrangers before they can claim a promotion-playoff spot.
Another team moving up strongly is griffin's tappra gossar. The brave boys from Sweden faced countrymen Quadrangers, who after a good start also have lost a game. This was a very tight three-map game and QRNG took the first point after winning dm3 151-136. Then GTG had their revenge on dm2; 145-128. On decider map, e1m2, GTG showed the top teams in the division that they want to fight for promotion spots and got 2 points by winning it 147-111. TFF's and GTG's wins blew this division wide open, now there are five teams fighting for those top spots, all have lost two games each, except EuthanasiA, who have only one loss. If they can use this to their advantage is yet to be seen though.
In the last game Polish clan Ax3 met Norwegian clan FUDOH. The oldskoolers from Norway did not get any competition on e3m7 this time as Stalin gained a blitzering 109 frags. The Norwegians are also strong on dm2, but apparently Ax3 are back in shape on dm2 as they won that one with over 120 frags. Impressive. Decider map, dm3, was a thriller. After 20 minutes of play the score was 115-115, and the game ended as a draw! gg settings :) Then both clans agreed on a five minute game to settle it, kind of an anticlimax after such a good game. The luck was with the Pole's this time and they got their 2 points.
Division 4 got one game played and promotion contenders from Holland; Unidentified Quake Entity, played vs the pride of Belgium; Gods of Hellfire. The game was played 3on3 and UQE seemed to master that better than GOH as they won it safely 2-0 after wins on dm2 and e1m2.
Four games in division 5 and a couple of WO's. Old'n'grey Vet's from Sweden claimed WO vs UK clan War Hammer and Swedish Civil Disobedience did the same vs Bleed, also from UK. To the games then:
The Artists from Poland had to prove their promotion challenge when they played vs two of their toughest rivals for the crown. First they played the Super Cops from Sweden and first map, dm3, was a close one. The Swedes claimed victory with a 14 frag margin. That was too bad for the Pole's who now had to play the cops at the police station; e3m3. That went as expected, in a big way, and 3 points to SSC.
Then The Artists played the division leaders Paranoids from Czech/Hungary, and nothing but a win would do after the loss vs SSC. It started good for the Pole's as they took a close one at dm3 home with 11 frags. But PARA stroke back, hard, on dm2 and the teams agreed on dm3 as decider map. PARA crushed the top spot hope for The Artists as they secured 2 points, very easy indeed, and by that they managed to still keep SSC away from that top spot (even if the table displays it wrong). The Artists still got a good chance for a promotion-playoff spot though, as Irish Frag Shack still have to face PARA and SSC.
Swedish clan J?garna got two more games added, but vs countrymen Feske Gobbah they got ran over by Wigorf and Maso. They played a good game on dm2 but lost it by over 50 frags in the end. In the castle of the damned they got totally lost though and FG could collect 3 points.
Vs the Dreadful Offensive Squirrles from Poland it was a little better, but they never got to play their home map as DOS gave away WO on that map. On the two other maps, dm2 and dm3, DOS were too strong and the Pole's secured their third victory of the season.
In division 6 osams from Sweden had two very good days, as they got three games played and collected 9 points. VS countrymen St?l-Kalle Klanen they did as expected and got 3 points. SKK showed potential on e1m2 though but osams was too strong.
VS French clan Mais Quad Bordel it was an even easier ride to 3 points, taking e1m2 and dm3 home without breaking a sweat.
VS countrymen Speed Up they probably expected a tougher fight, but osams played really well and e1m2 and e3m3 went as easy as the two previous games did. So a good jump up the table for osams even if they cant reach a promotion-playoff spot.
MQB got a second game played as well when they faced clan HOT from Sweden. It's clear that these two teams dont belong in the same division as the division favorites HOT won dm2 and e1m2 with ownage results. HOT passed Thangorodrim in the table, by frag difference, and are chasing division leaders OLW from Sweden.
Because OLW won the _very_ important game vs countrymen Shadow Minions, took the top of the table and at the same time erased SM's chances for promotion. It was a very close battle indeed and OLW won the first map dm3. SM got revenge on e1m2 after a strong performance and it was going to be decided on dm2. And what nailbiter of a decider map this was, concidering the importance of this match. In the end OLW could raise their hands \e/ as they won it 158-148. A really good game by both teams.