Army 1-1 Songkhla Utd
Chonburi P-P Sisaket
Osotspa Saraburi 0-1 Chiang Rai Utd
Samut Songkhram 2-1 Police Utd
Samut Songkhram and Chiang Rai United finally claimed their first victories of the season. Rather surprisingly, Samut Songkhram's 2-1 home win over Police United was the only home win in the TPL this weekend. It looked like it was going to be another tough day at the office when Surachart gave Police a 12th minute lead. However, two Guy Hubert headers either side of the interval turned the tide to help Samut Songkhram win 2-1.
Chiang Rai Utd were grateful for a Jessada own goal as they claimed they're first victory of the season with a 1-0 success in Saraburi.
In the other TPL match yesterday the points were shared between Army and Songkhla United.Aron da Silva gave the guests the lead on the hour before Danny Invincibile raced through to rescue a point for Army.
Ayutthaya 2-2 Trat
Nakhon Pathon Utd 5-2 Rayong Utd
Nakhon Ratchasima 5-0 Siam Navy
TTM 2-1 BBCU
Similar to the two sides in the TPL, TTM finally secured their first win of the season. Their hero of the day was Didier Sohna who scored twice in the first half after Marcio had given Big Bang CU and early lead. BBCU have gone off the rails in the last couple of games and they are crying out for the return of Bouba Abbo.
The Nakhons both hit five at home to edge themselves further up the table. Fans favourite Prompong returned to bag a hat-trick for the Swatcats while Camara Souleymane went one better scoring four in Nakhon Pathom's 5-2 victory over struggling Rayong United. Nakhon Ratchasima move to within four points of the promotion placings.
In Ayutthaya, a late Chang Seung Weon goal snatched a point for Ayutthaya against Trat. All four goals in the 2-2 draw were scored by foreigners. Justin Herve joined his Korean counterpart on the score sheet while Trat's goals came from Almamy Sylla and Labi Kassiaty.