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Day 13 lower division results

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Lead makushita Sotairyu won against the sole yusho leader Matsutani to finish with a strong 6-1. Not only will he get a higher juryo debut rank with this win but he still can hope to get his first makushita yusho as there will be an eight rikishi strong knock-out tournament for the makushita yusho on senshuraku. Kaonishiki, heavy Fukao, Nakanishi, 18 years old Ryuden, Tamao and Nankairiki are the other six rikishi at 6-1 with a win today to get some extra action.

A do-beya kettei-sen looked very possible in sandanme with Homarefuji and Takarafuji both from Isegahama-beya looking like favorites. But only Takarafuji came through, beating 33 years old Chiyonohana for his first 7-0 after two 6-1, and ensuring a promotion to makushita. Homarefuji lost to lead sandanme Fukunohana who might be better known as Asahisakari, a college entrant who once looked promising, finishing 7-0 in the jonokuchi basho of the strong Haru 2004 class (of which six rikishi have become sekitori since then), but struggled already in sandanme to get to makushita.

The jonidan yusho already is settled without a kettei-sen as 22 years old Tochihiryu managed to beat the new guy Sakaguchi while 16 years old Kinunonami lost to Nagai, a sandanme regular who missed five basho and restarted from mae-zumo a few basho ago. In jonokuchi yusho leader Aisaka was matched up with 24 years old jonidan regular Wakamiura and came through to win the yusho in his debut basho and some talented rikishi were left behind at 6-1 with Katagiri, Okinoshita and Kamiyutaka.

Jonokuchi

Jk25w  Kirimaru (1-0)	  oshidashi	  Jk23e  Iwabuchi (0-3)
Jk30e  Kamiyutaka (6-1)	yorikiri	   Jk22w  Asahyuga (4-3)
Jk19e  Sadanosato (4-3)	yoritaoshi	 Jk32w  Matsuoka (3-4)
Jk14w  Amakusa (3-4)	   tsukiotoshi	Jk17e  Wakatoohashi (2-5)
Jk23w  Okinoshita (6-1)	hikiotoshi	 Jk13w  Tochiotoha (5-2)
Jk15e  Sakabe (4-3)		uwatenage	  Jk12w  Morikawa (3-4)
Jk10w  Hisainoue (5-2)	 tsukidashi	 Jk18e  Shikinokawa (4-3)
Jk11w  Katagiri (6-1)	  hatakikomi	 Jk9w   Kiya (5-2)
Jk6w   Ebisumaru (4-3)	 shitatenage	Jk8e   Kasachikara (3-4)
Jk29w  Aisaka (7-0)		yorikiri	   Jk5w   Wakamiura (5-2)
Jk4w   Fukusegawa (1-1)	oshitaoshi	 Jk34w  Mizuta (1-6)
Jk1e   Fukudome (5-2)	  hatakikomi	 Jk10e  Kotowatanabe (4-3)

Jonidan

Jd122w Takada (5-2)		oshidashi	  Jd123w Nakayama (4-3)
Jd122e Tenkaizan (4-3)	 uwatenage	  Jd124e Mitozakura (3-4)
Jd119w Tamashinzan (4-3)   yoritaoshi	 Jd117w Miyakita (3-4)
Jd116w Hamaminato (3-4)	oshidashi	  Jd118w Shimasegawa (2-5)
Jd110e Yatsurugi (6-1)	 yorikiri	   Jd120e Chikarayama (5-2)
Jd106w Asakoki (5-2)	   yorikiri	   Jd111e Noboriryu (4-3)
Jd103w Hayatefuji (4-3)	yorikiri	   Jd106e Kobayashi (3-4)
Jd113e Morimoto (2-5)	  yorikiri	   Jd99e  Daikoyama (1-6)
Jd95w  Nanbu (1-6)		 hatakikomi	 Jd118e Shintaku (0-7)
Jd98w  Ohara (3-4)		 isamiashi	  Jd93w  Tomiyama (2-5)
Jd90w  Sadanosho (4-3)	 yoritaoshi	 Jd89w  Kanryu (3-4)
Jd87w  Toshi (5-2)		 shitatenage	Jd90e  Hokuyozan (4-3)
Jd94w  Adachi (1-0)		hatakikomi	 Jd82e  Wakahizen (0-7)
Jd79w  Kinokawa (5-2)	  hatakikomi	 Jd81e  Misakiyama (4-3)
Jd76e  Hamamiryu (4-3)	 yorikiri	   Jd80w  Otsukuba (3-4)
Jd75w  Hikosaka (4-3)	  yorikiri	   Jd74w  Takamine (3-2)
Jd71w  Obamaumi (4-3)	  hatakikomi	 Jd74e  Hoonami (3-4)
Jd72w  Aimoto (3-4)		chongake	   Jd69e  Yamada (2-5)
Jd64e  Echizenyama (2-5)   yorikiri	   Jd70w  Raizan (1-6)
Jd62w  Zendaisho (4-3)	 yorikiri	   Jd60e  Kaneko (3-4)
Jd54e  Daitenpaku (4-3)	yorikiri	   Jd57e  Nekomata (3-4)
Jd53w  Tanemaru (4-3)	  sukuinage	  Jd51w  Kisenishiki (3-4)
Jd47w  Kainokura (4-3)	 kakenage	   Jd50e  Fukai (3-4)
Jd45e  Nagai (6-1)		 yoritaoshi	 Jd73w  Kinunonami (6-1)
Jd40w  Kainofuji (3-4)	 yorikiri	   Jd48e  Hisachikara (2-5)
Jd38w  Torinzan (4-3)	  oshidashi	  Jd44e  Minezakura (3-4)
Jd33e  Tamakishin (4-3)	yoritaoshi	 Jd31w  Tomonofuji (3-4)
Jd29w  Tochihiryu (7-0)	oshidashi	  Jd58e  Sakaguchi (6-1)
Jd31e  Akinoyama (4-3)	 uwatenage	  Jd28w  Tochidaiho (3-4)
Jd30w  Kiryu (5-2)		 okuridashi	 Jd26w  Kyokuhikari (4-3)
Jd28e  Hamaazuma (4-3)	 oshidashi	  Jd23e  Masumeidai (3-4)
Jd15w  Fusanohana (2-5)	okuridashi	 Jd30e  Taikomaru (1-6)
Jd15e  Naoe (6-1)		  tsukiotoshi	Jd29e  Hisanotora (5-2)
Jd17e  Tenryo (4-3)		hatakikomi	 Jd11w  Wakanoryu (3-4)
Jd13e  Yudai (4-3)		 okuridashi	 Jd10e  Aiyama (3-4)
Jd8w   Yakunoshima (4-3)   oshidashi	  Jd7e   Kawataka (3-4)
Jd5e   Hoshiazuma (4-3)	katasukashi	Jd2w   Akinokawa (3-4)

Sandanme

Sd98w  Kasugasato (1-6)	hatakikomi	 Jd27e  Ikataumi (0-7)
Jd9e   Daishoiwa (6-1)	 oshidashi	  Sd98e  Naniwaryu (5-2)
Sd96e  Hokazan (3-4)	   uwatenage	  Sd97e  Makuhari (2-5)
Sd93e  Budozan (4-3)	   hikkake		Sd99e  Karyutsukasa (3-4)
Sd88e  Hokudozan (3-4)	 uwatenage	  Sd95e  Tochiminato (2-5)
Sd83w  Kyokuhozan (4-3)	tsukidashi	 Sd91w  Kimishima (3-4)
Sd84w  Notononami (4-3)	hatakikomi	 Sd82e  Sadanokuni (3-4)
Sd80e  Chiyomaru (5-2)	 uwatenage	  Sd78w  Hanasegawa (4-3)
Sd80w  Masuryu (2-5)	   oshidashi	  Sd72e  Byakko (1-6)
Sd75e  Daihoyama (4-3)	 hatakikomi	 Sd71w  Dainin (3-4)
Sd65e  Daikamifusa (4-3)   oshidashi	  Sd73e  Nishitani (3-4)
Sd62w  Fujinokaze (5-2)	yorikiri	   Sd66e  Kaishinho (4-3)
Sd62e  Okoryu (6-1)		yorikiri	   Sd70e  Tochikasuga (5-2)
Sd59e  Kasugaryu (4-3)	 hatakikomi	 Sd63e  Kotokobai (3-4)
Sd54w  Kotodaishin (4-3)   yoritaoshi	 Sd56w  Takashoma (3-4)
Sd91e  Takarafuji (7-0)	yorikiri	   Sd50w  Chiyonohana (6-1)
Sd46e  Kairyu (4-3)		hikiotoshi	 Sd51e  Kotoninsei (3-4)
Sd51w  Ryutei (3-4)		kotenage	   Sd44w  Chiyonoriku (2-5)
Sd41e  Chiyonokuni (6-1)   kotenage	   Sd41w  Torugawa (5-2)
Sd39w  Haruhikari (3-4)	oshidashi	  Sd38e  Kyokushoten (2-5)
Sd35e  Oazuma (1-6)		yorikiri	   Sd67e  Hokutogo (0-7)
Sd34w  Asanotosa (5-2)	 yorikiri	   Sd34e  Maegunzan (4-3)
Sd32e  Hokutoiwa (4-3)	 oshidashi	  Sd36e  Masunofuji (3-4)
Sd26e  Dewahayate (4-3)	utchari		Sd29e  Shinyu (3-4)
Sd28e  Kiozan (3-4)		hatakikomi	 Sd24e  Asanawa (2-5)
Sd21w  Bungonishiki (4-3)  hatakikomi	 Sd23w  Goki (3-4)
Sd17e  Kainowaka (4-3)	 hikiotoshi	 Sd20w  Saito (3-4)
Sd15w  Tochitsubasa (5-2)  sotogake	   Sd14e  Kotokensei (4-3)
Sd11e  Toho (3-4)		  fumidashi	  Sd18e  Shunba (2-5)
Sd12e  Hayasegawa (4-3)	hatakikomi	 Sd9e   Tokizakura (3-4)
Sd4e   Higo (4-3)		  yorikiri	   Sd7e   Hananosato (3-4)
Sd3e   Kotoyuki (5-2)	  oshidashi	  Sd8e   Daishoki (4-3)
Sd1w   Fukunohana (7-0)	oshidashi	  Sd27e  Homarefuji (6-1)

Makushita

Ms59w  Nankairiki (6-1)	tsukiotoshi	Sd16e  Wakanoshima (5-2)
Sd1e   Hoshizakura (4-3)   sukuinage	  Ms57e  Kimenryu (3-4)
Ms52w  Sadanishiki (2-5)   yorikiri	   Ms54w  Kakureizan (1-6)
Ms51e  Ryuo (4-3)		  okuridashi	 Ms49e  Teruazuma (3-4)
Ms50w  Tamao (6-1)	   shitatedashinage Ms46e  Hamanishiki (5-2)
Ms46w  Ryuden (6-1)		yorikiri	   Ms42w  Nionoumi (5-2)
Ms48w  Hakiai (5-2)		oshitaoshi	 Ms40w  Yamasaki (4-3)
Ms37e  Seiro (3-4)		 yorikiri	   Ms38w  Taika (2-5)
Ms32w  Minami (4-3)		yorikiri	   Ms32e  Tamarikido (3-4)
Ms30w  Furuichi (4-3)	  hikiotoshi	 Ms25w  Sadanoumi (3-4)
Ms24w  Yotsuguruma (4-3)   hikiotoshi	 Ms28e  Yamatofuji (3-4)
Ms18w  Ri (1-6)			oshidashi	  Ms60e  Sugita (0-7)
Ms16w  Fukao (6-1)		 yorikiri	   Ms28w  Amuru (5-2)
Ms27w  Nakanishi (6-1)	 hatakikomi	 Ms16e  Aozora (5-2)
Ms11w  Takanoyama (5-2)	ketaguri	   Ms19w  Takateru (4-3)
Ms9w   Kitazono (3-4)	  kotenage	   Ms12w  Yanagawa (2-5)
Ms14w  Kaonishiki (6-1)	tsukiotoshi	Ms7e   Kanbayashi (5-2)
Ms10w  Ryuho (4-3)		 yorikiri	   Ms6e   Yoshiazuma (3-4)
Ms1w   Sotairyu (6-1)	  uwatenage	  Ms21e  Matsutani (6-1)

Edited by Doitsuyama

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Going into today, all three of the guys I've 'adopted' were 3-3.

Kasachikara has now gone mk in Jonokuchi for what is no doubt a record breaking number of times.

Hopefully at least one of Nishikikaze and Sasaki can manage a 4th win in Makushita.

Nishikikaze has held up well in the Makushita ranks for years but he's too old to hope to improve on his career highlight guest bout in Juryo which he lost.

Sasaki is still quite young and while he took a long time to graduate from Sandanme, I still hold out some faint hope that he may find his way to at least a Juryo guest match one day.

I wasn't able to perservere with my Kasachikara watch threads but, unannounced, I continue to watch and marvel at the record breaking career of this rikishi who is a model of perserverance, soldiering on at such a low level of the banzuke for so long.

I've been a Homarefuji fan since he entered Ozumo but despite that I had picked Takarafuji ahead of him to win that yusho (see my PTYW entry). Hopefully both will continue their rise up the banzuke.

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Kasachikara has now gone mk in Jonokuchi for what is no doubt a record breaking number of times.

Nope, he still has to persevere longer to catch Shimenishiki.

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Kasachikara has now gone mk in Jonokuchi for what is no doubt a record breaking number of times.

Nope, he still has to persevere longer to catch Shimenishiki.

The link wouldn't work for me..

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Kasachikara has now gone mk in Jonokuchi for what is no doubt a record breaking number of times.

Nope, he still has to persevere longer to catch Shimenishiki.

The link wouldn't work for me..

That's the correct one

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The link wouldn't work for me..

Sorry, that would be my local copy of the database... I corrected that now-

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Ms11w  Takanoyama (5-2)	ketaguri	   Ms19w  Takateru (4-3)

I'm guessing this will propel him to a new career high, above the Ms9w he had at the beginning of the year? I wonder if he has a chance to be a sekitori briefly? I know he is under-sized but, as one of the observations this basho mentioned, he seems to have plenty of strength on occasion.

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Ms11w  Takanoyama (5-2)	ketaguri	   Ms19w  Takateru (4-3)

I'm guessing this will propel him to a new career high, above the Ms9w he had at the beginning of the year? I wonder if he has a chance to be a sekitori briefly? I know he is under-sized but, as one of the observations this basho mentioned, he seems to have plenty of strength on occasion.

I think I only saw two of his bouts this basho, and one of them was a fairly spectacular win (not the one against Yanagawa though, which I missed by 10 minutes...grr), but going by the webstream he seems remarkably popular with the audience for a guy who's never been a sekitori. Is that the same impression people get who are there live?

Anyway, at a glance there are 5-10 rikishi who can place in front of him on the next banzuke (ultimately depending on how far Hoshihikari and Kitazakura end up falling, whether Sokokurai converts to KK, Takekabuto improves to 5-2 and where Fukao gets placed), so a good guess for his next rank is probably Ms4, give or take one.

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I think I only saw two of his bouts this basho, and one of them was a fairly spectacular win (not the one against Yanagawa though, which I missed by 10 minutes...grr), but going by the webstream he seems remarkably popular with the audience for a guy who's never been a sekitori. Is that the same impression people get who are there live?

He's very popular here in the Aichi Gymnasium. Shouldn't be surprising but many of the women in the audience prefer rikishi who are NOT built like Yamamotoyama.

In the lower ranks popular rikishi seem to be either very fat (don't need to be good, Orora case in point), very skinny (but technically good), or they have a funny Takamisakari-like schtik even if they suck (e.g. Juuban and the shush shush shush thing) or they are local shusshin... or they are someone who ILoveTochinoshin likes in which case our little cheering squad is very loud in the early morning with no one but parents, other die hard fans and confused gaijin in attendance reading the english torikumi which starts at juryo while jonokuchi is on because they just bought jiyuuseki tickets :-O

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