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BRANTFORD, KINGSTON, WATERLOO WIN SUNDAY…Toronto Croatia held to 1-1 tie

TFC Academy and SC Toronto share the top position in the CSL following a 1-1 tie between Toronto Croatia and SC Toronto and in three other games played in the CSL First Division Sunday, SC Waterloo scored an emphatic 4-0 victory over Serbian White Eagles, Kingston FC overcame a 1-0 deficit to defeat North York Astros 2-1 and Brantford Galaxy nipped Windsor Stars, 1-0.


The Toronto Croatia 1-1 tie with SC Toronto lived up to its billing in a hard, well-played encounter at Centennial Stadium, a game that was scoreless until Marin Vucemilovic Grgic found the net at 80 minutes. He took a pass from forward Tihomir Maletic while closing in and it turned out to be a tap in for the go-ahead goal.


SC Toronto were reduced to 10 men at a crucial time of 87 minutes when Garard Ladiyou was cautioned for a second time to be shown the red card and sent off.


Despite the disadvantage, the visitors fought back and were rewarded with a tying goal by forward Alon Badat who scored at 93 minutes after receiving a cross from the left wing.


SC Toronto improve to a 7-1-4 WLT record for 25 points and are tied for the top position with TFC Academy in the CSL First Division standings, while Toronto Croatia drop to third position with a 7-1-3 record for 24 points.


SC Waterloo had a field day in defeating Serbian White Eagles at the Seagram Stadium in Waterloo and it was Adis Hasecic who opened the scoring for the home side at 19 minutes and that was followed nine minutes later when Drazen Vukovic made it 2-0 and Slavisa Ubiparipovic increased the score to 3-0 at 39 minutes –  the score at the interval.


Vukovic added a second goal at 52 minutes for a 4-0 score, which held to the final whistle.


Midfielder Carlos Amorim opened the scoring for North York Astros at 37 minutes against Kingston FC at Esther Shiner Stadium in North York, the score at half-time.


Kingston forward Alex Campbell tied the game 1-1 at 52 minutes and Mademba Ba struck the winner from the penalty spot at 69 minutes following a pushing incident on Kingston’s Edgar Soglo inside the 18 yard line.


North York were reduced to 10 men when referee Scott Decker showed the red card to Davier Walcott at 72 minutes for serious foul play and the remainder of the game was scoreless to the final whistle, 2-1 in favour of Kingston FC.


A goal at 63 minutes by Brantford Galaxy midfielder Damion Scott was enough to earn his side three points in the game against Windsor Stars at Lions Park. Scott took a pass from Marco Machado to drive the ball from 20 yards into the bottom left corner past Windsor goalkeeper Anthony Santilli.

The goal broke open a game with few chances throughout, with Santilli and Galaxy’s Melford James Jr. both playing a solid game.


The win moved Brantford into a tie for third place in the standings, it was the Galaxy’s eighth win and they now have an 8-3-0 record for 24 points.


The weekend summary:


Sunday’s results:



Brantford Galaxy 1, Windsor Border Stars 0

Kingston FC 2, North York Astros 1

SC Waterloo 4, Serbian White Eagles 0

Toronto Croatia 1, SC Toronto 1



TFC Academy II 3, St. Catharines Wolves B 1


Games played Saturday, July 21



Brampton City Utd 2, Montreal Impact Academy 0

Niagara United 0, York Region Shooters 0

Windsor Stars 2, Serbian White Eagles 1



Niagara United B 2, York Region Shooters B 1

Windsor Stars B 5, Serbian White Eagles B 2

SC Toronto B 5, Brampton City Utd B 1

SC Waterloo B 3, Brantford Galaxy B 1


Games played Friday, July 20



London City 2, St. Catharines Wolves 0

SC Toronto 5, Mississauga Eagles FC 1

TFC Academy 2, North York Astros 1



Author: CSL

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