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Capital City FC are on a 4-game unbeaten streak with the  4-1 defeat of TFC Academy at the Terry Fox Facility in Ottawa Saturday and in two other games Montreal Impact Academy, playing with 10 men most of the second half scored a 3-1 victory over York Region Shooters. In a southwestern Ontario clash,  London City visited Windsor to hold the Stars to a scoreless tie before a good crowd at Windsor Stadium.


 Capital City FC forward Sullivan Silva opened the scoring for the home side when he found the net past TFC goalkeeper Angelo Cavalluzzo at the 18th minute mark.


TFC striker Stefan Vukovic tied the game 1-1, scoring from the penalty spot after he was brought down in the box at 24 minutes, but Akil DeFreitas of Capital City put his side up 2-1 just four minutes later.


The Ottawa side’s William Beauge made it 3-1 just before the interval and there was one goal in the second half when Casey Condray headed home after the ball came off the crossbar – it all came from a corner kick at 58 minutes – the final score 4-1.


The eastern Ontario team now has a 5-1-1 WLT record for 16 points and will be bidding for the top position when they meet  York Region Shooters in Ottawa Sunday.


Forward Victor Ndiaye opened the scoring at the 17th minute mark for Montreal Impact Academy in the game with York Region Shooters at the Marie Victorin Stadium in Montreal and Des Humphrey equalized for the visitors at 42 minutes, a 1-1 tie at the interval.


Academy defender Kai Morton was ejected from the game on receiving a second caution at 58 minutes, but the 10-men home side continued to press, resulting in a goal at 69 minutes by midfielder Alessandro Riggi, a 2-1 lead for Montreal.


York Region Shooters lost midfielder Nicolas Martinez when he was shown a red card at 90 minutes and Riggi struck his second goal to make it 3-1 for Montreal Impact Academy in the closing minutes, the final score in favour of the Quebec side.


Windsor Stars and London City played to a scoreless, but well-played and well attended encounter at Windsor Stadium in the late game Saturday.


It was an even contest throughout with both teams missing chances to take the lead – Windsor forward Robbie Malbasic headed just wide in the first half and midfielder Christian Mayorga also came close. Thomas Beattie had a near miss which almost put London ahead mid-way through the second half, but his snap drive on the turn in the box was saved by Windsor ‘keeper Anthony Santilli.


There were seven games played in the CSL Second Division Saturday:


SC Toronto B 1, Brampton City Utd B 1

KW United 1, St. Catharines Wolves B 0

Serbian White Eagles B 3, Toronto Croatia B 2

TFC Academy II  2, Prospect FC 1

Brantford Galaxy  B 4, York Region Shooters B  0

Mississauga Eagles FC  B  7,London City  B 3

Niagara United 7, Prospect FC 0


Author: CSL

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