IT IS ALSO FUN IN PROVINCIAL. Ex-Club striker then not to Loppem, 25 goals in 180 minutes and everything you want to know about the West Flemish provincial series this week

What we remember from the past week

1. Ex-Club Brugge striker (not) signs with Loppem

For a moment it looked as if every home match would soon be played at the number last in second provincial B, because the hit ‘El condor pasa’ would reverberate from the speakers, because none other than former Peruvian international Daniel Chavez (ex-Club Brugge, ex-Westerlo) would have signed a connection card with . this week SV Loppem. But that condor seems to have passed, because Loppem disproved that rumor a day later on Twitter. Chavez is injured and would only have joined the KBVB.

2. Hattrickhelden

Eight minutes, longer had Klaas It was no need to score a flawless hat-trick. In fourth provincial A he won 5-1 against Jonkershove with Handzame. Gilles Vandenberghe might have needed a little more time, but he also put three in the basket for KVC Wingene against Heist B (4-0).

3. From 0-3 to 3-3 in five minutes

What if you and your whole team have a few crazy minutes? Strong remontada from Sparta Heestert in the first provincial: from 0-3 to 3-3 against Zedelgem in five minutes.

4. 25 goals in 180 minutes

What did they put in the food at KV Koksijde Oostduinkerke, our employee wondered. That it sharpened the hunger for goals, that much is certain. KVKO won on match day 8 in fourth provincial A with 15-0 by Koekelare B and also ran in double digits last weekend: 10-0 against Alveringem. We counted it for you, that’s 25 goals in 180 minutes.

The best shooter in West Flanders

Also double figures for Kuurne, which last Saturday did not leave a single chip of Brielen in the topper in fourth provincial D. There too it was 10-0. Signed four of them Matthias Cottenier, even after matchday 9, still the best shooter in West Flanders. Don’t tell our hat-trick heroes above.

19 goals: Matthias Cottenier (Kuurne, 4D)

15 goals: Thijs Rabaut (Westkapelle, 4B)

14 goals: Maxime Vander Biest (KV Koksijde Oostduinkerke, 4A)

13 goals: Lowie Smet (Blauwvoet Otegem, 3C), Pieter Verschaeve (Kuurne, 4D)

11 goals: Gilles Garrevoet (Moen, 1P), Gianni Longueville (Blankenberge, 1P), Dieter Meulenijzer (Wevelgem City, 1P), Maxim Vyncke (Daring Brugge, 3A), Lowie Cloet (JV Lo-Reninge, 4A), Thibault Lelief (Jonkershove, 4A), Tymothy Carette (KM Torhout B, 4B)

What to keep an eye on this weekend

Again the period titles, because match day 10 brings a definitive answer wherever the first period champion is not yet known. Below you’ll find an overview of what is still at stake in the various series.

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