July 12, 2003 game details from CPSL website


Unbeaten Toronto Supra won their sixth in a row, five in regular league play, with a 4-3 defeat of Laval Dynamites at Dufferin Clark, the only game in the Canadian Professional Soccer League on Saturday. The win moved Supra to a first place tie with Ottawa Wizards in the Eastern Conference. Both teams now have 16 points.

The win came after St. Catharines Roma Wolves vaulted to the top of the Western Conference following their 2-0 shut out of Toronto Croatia at Memorial Park in Mississauga 24 hours earlier.

Metro Lions came alive with their first league win of the season on Friday, defeating London City 1-0 on City’s ground of Cove Road and in a third game played in the CPSL that night, Vaughan Sun Devils again looked strong with a 3-1 win over a slipping North York Astros at the Dufferin Clark ground in Vaughan just north of Toronto.

It was a see-saw struggle for both teams when Toronto Supra recorded their sixth straight win in a game that saw six goals scored before half-time.

Laval Dynamites took the lead on a goal by Nasson Theosmy at the 7th minute mark, but the score was tied 1-1 six minutes later on a strike by Supra's Fabio Silva.

Dave Cloutier gave Laval a 2-1 lead at the 26th minute mark and Supra tied the game 2-2 after 36 minutes on a goal by Michael Di Luca.

Pedro Dias put Supra into a 3-2 lead two minutes later and Michael Di Luca scored his second goal of the game, this time from the penalty spot, and his seventh of the season for a 4-2 Supra lead, the goal coming right on half-time.

Leo Incollingo scored one of the best goals of the game with a free kick outside of the penalty area at the 63rd minute mark to make it 4-3 Toronto Supra, the final score.

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