Vince Greco, VISL President

Results from around the league

 

Description: Logo Cowichan FC – (D1) 3
 Description: Logo Gorge FC – (D1) 2

Cowichan FC – (D1)

Goals: Jamie Taylor, Innes Govinda, Cooper Barry

Gorge FC – (D1)

Goals: Jon Shah (2)

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Description: Logo Lakehill Maple Glass – (D1) 1
 Description: Logo SFFC Harris Victoria – (D1) 1

Lakehill Maple Glass – (D1)

Goals: Keenan Jespersen

SFFC Harris Victoria – (D1)

Goals: Justin Atwal

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Description: Logo Bays United Liquor Plus – (D1) 0
 Description: Logo Cermaq – (D1) 1

Cermaq – (D1)

Goals: Rob Shaw
Shutouts: Beau Belle Oudry

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 Description: Logo VI Wave – (D1) 1
 Description: Logo Comox Valley United – (D1) 4

VI Wave – (D1)

Goals: Matteo Ventura

Comox Valley United – (D1)

Goals: Phil Ludwig (2), Kyle Bate, Tom Butche

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 Description: Logo Vic West FC – (D1) 0
 Description: Logo Nanaimo United FC – (D1) 2

Nanaimo United FC – (D1)

Goals: Daragh Fitzgerald (2)
Shutouts: Geoff Hackett

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A Cowichan victory over Gorge, with a Bays Utd loss in Campbell River, and a Vic West loss in Nanaimo = new leaders of Division 1.

Comox gets their first win and climbs out of the cellar.

Up to date standings as the 2nd half of the season is underway.

 

# Team GP W L T GF GA Diff Pts
1 Cowichan FC – (D1) 9 7 2 0 29 16 13 21
2 Bays United Liquor Plus – (D1) 10 7 3 0 24 17 7 21
3 Vic West FC – (D1) 10 6 2 2 25 14 11 20
4 Gorge FC – (D1) 10 6 3 1 17 14 3 19
5 Nanaimo United FC – (D1) 10 5 2 3 20 12 8 18
6 VI Wave – (D1) 9 4 5 0 21 22 -1 12
7 Lakehill Maple Glass – (D1) 10 3 5 2 21 25 -4 11
8 Cermaq – (D1) 10 3 7 0 14 27 -13 9
9 Comox Valley United – (D1) 10 1 7 2 16 24 -8 5
10 SFFC Harris Victoria – (D1) 10 1 7 2 5 21 -16 5

Local soccer, local members – all part of our communities.

1 COMMENT

  1. I don’t know what a “Cermaq” is. Please use the real name of this team, not the sponsor name, eg “Campbell River Cermaq”, or whatever club they are from. Also, “Saanich Fusion FC” rather than “SFFC” rather than what you use. Unless the sponsor is paying you, please don’t muddy the club names with them in these statistics; it’s a small but important point in trying to build an actual club culture in Canada. Thank you.

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