The CFC Hertha 06 now followed the 2-2 during the week a 1-2 home defeat against Eintracht Mahlsdorf. After a goalless and eventless first half, the guests took the lead after the change through Fritsches spacer shot (55th) and Stephan’s dusting (70th). Shortly afterwards, the latte even prevented hits three. Charlottenburg no longer recovered from 0: 2. Shortly before the final whistle, Sylla only the connection (84th) – too late to keep countable.
So while CFC Hertha 06 left points again, the competition at the top of the table did their homework. Above all, FC 03 Hertha Zehlendorf, who knew the game-free weekend of Blau-Weiß 90 Berlin for himself and jumped to the top of the Oberliga NOFV-Nord. However, things didn’t always go smoothly against the penultimate Seelow. After leadership and interim compensation, Zehlendorf needed two references from the guests (69th, 89th) to add the three points through stone (84th) and Grabow (90.+3) late.
The Rostock FC and Greifswalder FC performed confidently. Rostock made everything clear against Lok Stendal in the first round. The two goals from N’Diaye (28th) and Iloka (38th) also meant the final score. The GFC also stood zero against the harmless MSV Neuruppin. The Unistädter even met again in the front. Appiah used a header template from Rüh in the second half of the first half in the second attempt to lead. Greifswald remained dominant after the break, but needed up to the 62nd minute until the 2-0 by Jovanovic Appiah. Memaj then nibbled his opponent shortly before the end and hit the 3-0 final score (87th) from an acute angle.
Otherwise, SC Staaken and TSG Neustrelitz narrowly won. A lot would have to run for both to seriously intervene in the title race. The latter coincided with a double gap against MSV Pampow into a 3-2 success. With his two goals in the final half hour, Niemitz became a match winner for his colors (62nd, 87th). In the meantime, the SCS led 2-0 by Neumann (16th) and Gakpeto (31st) against the Ludwigsfelder FC. Sivaci brought the guests back to 1: 2 in the second round (55th), but the home side brought the lead to the finish.
In addition to two draws – Hansa II and Torgelow played 1-1 and Schwerin and Stahnsdorf 2-2 – the SFC Stern 1900 beat Brandenburger SC in the basement duel. For the Berliners, the 3-0 means a little hope in the relegation battle, although the deficit is still clear. Fässler initiated the SFC victory with his double pack around the break (41st, 53.). Bokake-Belfa refined the only third season win with his 3-0 in the 63rd minute.