Friday September 14th, 2001.

More on the CPSL
by Bill Spiers

There were two games in the CPSL tonight:
Toronto Croatia 2, Brampton Hitmen 1
St. Catharines Roma Wolves 7, London City 1

LONDON--St. Catharines Roma Wolves registered their determination to capture a playoff spot with a convincing 7-1 victory over lowly London City at Cove Road here tonight. Wolves' Sam Borgh and Gary Hughes each scored twice in the one-sided affair, while Keith Moore and Andy McKay each notched singles. London City's Jeff Brown scored an own goal for the Roma Wolves' seventh. London showed early promise when Cameron Medwin opened the scoring after 15 minutes for a 1-0 home side lead but Wolves countered with four goals in the first half and three in the second.
This was St. Catharines' second win in three days and the six points moves the Niagara Peninsula team to third position in the standings with a 9-6-4 W-T-L record and 31 points. London are now at 2-13-3 with nine points.

Toronto Croatia also improved their playoff chances with a narrow 2-1 win over Brampton Hitmen at Memorial Park in Mississauga. Mario Kulis gave Croatia the important three points with a winning goal just three
minutes from time. Wojciech Cwik had opened the scoring for Croatia after 15 minutes and Milovrag Akmadik tied the score for the Hitmen leading to a 1-1 half-time score. Croatia now have 25 points from a
7-6-4 record and Brampton are at 4-8-5 and 17 points.

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