September 22, 2007 CSL details of Saturday's games (from CSL media release)
WOLVES OR TRIS-RIVIERES WILL WIN NATIONAL DIVISION TITLE
Monday - September 24, 2007
Attak dominates London 6-0
The National Division title will go to St. Catharines Wolves or Trois-Rivieres Attak and both teams won their Saturday games in the Canadian Soccer League with Trois-Rivieres Attak dominating their game with London City, a 6-0 result before 1,355 fans at the University of Quebec Trois-Rivieres, while St. Catharines squeaked out a 1-0 result over Windsor Border Stars at Windsor Stadium.
The Attak strolled through their game with goals coming freely, starting with midfielder Joe Di Buono finding the net, his first of two at the 25th minute mark and this was followed by a strike from Darko Kolic, his 10th of the season six minutes later.
Di Buono made it 3-0 at 37 minutes, the score at the interval.
Attak striker Nicolas Lesage made it 4-0 with his 16th of the season to strengthen his bid for the CSL leading goalscorer title, midfielder Alpha Bah made it 5-0 at 78 minutes and Darko Kolic hit his 11th of the season from the penalty spot at 85 minutes, a 6-0 final result.
Trois-Rivieres Attak improve even more to a 9-3-8 WLT record for 35 points, they trail St. Catharines in the National Division title by four points, while London City are at 3-14-2 for 11 points – three games remaining in their bid for a playoff position.
The Border Stars vs. St. Catharines game at Windsor Stadium was a more evenly m,atched contest that could have gone either way, but a key strike by Wolves’ forward Carlo Arghittu at 55 minutes proved to be the difference for an important 1-0 victory for the Garden City team.
St. Catharines continue to lead the National Division with a 11-4-6 record for 39 points and one game remaining, that’s a game against London City on October 5. Border Stars with three games remaining in the regular schedule are still bidding for a playoff spot at 4-11-4 for 16 points.
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