August 11&12, 2006 CSL results of Friday and Saturday games (from CSL website)
WHITE EAGLES, ST. CATHARINES WIN FRIDAY
Saturday - August 12, 2006
Italia tie with last kick
Caribbean Selects were within seconds of a 1-0 win until Italia Shooters’ forward Frankie Bruno connected on a free kick to make it 1-1 in the only game played in the Canadian Soccer League Saturday. The tie followed a 2-1 victory by St. Catharines Wolves over London City at The Cove on Friday night and a win by the the same 2-1 score by high-flying Serbian White Eagles over Toronto Supra Portuguese, also on Friday.
Dwayne Osborne collected his first strike of the season, heading home a free kick to give Caribbean Selects the 1-0 lead at 41 minutes in Saturday’s game played at The Soccer Centre in Vaughan and Caribbean looked assured of the win until Bruno found the net off a free kick taken to the right of the penalty box. The tie gives Caribbean Selects a 1-9-3 WLT record for 6 points at the foot of the International Division, while Italia Shooters stand in third place with a 4-4-4 record for 16 points.
Serbian White Eagles keep on rolling along for their 10th league win of the 2006 campaign in Friday’s game at Centennial Stadium, but they were hard pressed by a lively Supra Portuguese side that held a 1-0 halftime lead on a goal at the 23rd minute by Uarlem Castro, his seventh of the season. Sasa Viciknez tied the game from the penalty spot for the Eagles at the 62nd minute mark, his 14th of the season awarded following a hand ball infringement and Dragan Radovic struck the winner at the 77th minute for the 2-1 Serbian win. The home side lead the International Division with a perfect 10 wins for 30 points, while Supra Portuguese have 1-4-6 record for 9 points.
A goal at the 82nd minute by St. Catharines Wolves’ midfielder Tonardo Copeland gave his side the 2-1 win over London City at The Cove. The winner followed an opening goal by Wolves’ Ashley McMillan at 29 minutes and a tying goal for London by rookie forward, 18 year old Stefan Clarke making his London debut following a stint with the Toronto Lynx Juniors.
The win gives St. Catharines a 5-5-4 record for 19 points, while the City are at 2-7-5 for 11 points.
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