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SERBIAN WHITE EAGLES FIRST DEFEAT…….York Region Shooters take over top position
Aug27

SERBIAN WHITE EAGLES FIRST DEFEAT…….York Region Shooters take over top position

Serbian White Eagles were defeated by a single goal Friday night and toppled from their long-standing  top position in the CSL First Division. Beaten 1-0 by York Region Shooters, the Vaughan-based team was  rewarded for Friday’s victory by taking over the lead position in the standings. A 7-2 win by FC Vorkuta over Brantford Galaxy the following day moved the expansion club into second place, and Serbian Eagles dropped to third in what has become a three-way tussle for the First Division league title. In two other First Division games played over the weekend,  Milton SC gained a 4-2 away victory over SC Waterloo on Sunday and in the late game Royal Toronto FC and Scarborough SC played to a 3-3 tie. It was a scoreless first half between Serbian Eagles and York Region Shooters at the St. Joan of Arc Stadium, with Richard Edwards getting the all-important winner at 67 minutes. The prolific striker took a pass from his left in the penalty box to drive the ball past the helpless Goran Skaric in the Serbian Eagles goal. While pressing for the equalizer, Serbian White Eagles were reduced to 10 men at 79 minutes when the referee showed the red card to Djordjije Jocic for Violent Conduct. The score remained at 1-0 to the final whistle. It was the first defeat of the season for Serbian White Eagles. Sergii Ivliev and Yaroslav Svorak each scored twice for FC Vorkuta in the 7-2 victory over Brantford Galaxy at Lions Park on Saturday. The win leaves Vorkuta with 29 points in the standings, one point behind the leading York Region Shooters with 30 and one point ahead of Serbian White Eagles with 28. York Region Shooters have completed their 14-game regular season and their hold on the top position in the standings may be temporary.  Serbian White Eagles has played 13 games with one game remaining and Vorkuta has played 12 games with two games remaining. Adnan Smajic and Leandro Aguilar each scored twice for Milton SC in securing the 4-2 victory over SC Waterloo at RIM Park on Sunday, while Mato Mrkonjic  and Ilija Bajcetic scored for Waterloo. Scarborough’s  Aleksander Stojiljkovic completed a hat-trick for his side in the 3-3 tie with Royal Toronto in the late game at Birchmount Stadium Sunday night. Royal Toronto FC completed its regular season Sunday night and will enter the playoffs at the foot of the First Division. There were two games in the CSL Second Division over the weekend when Burlington B defeated Brantford Galaxy SC B 3-1 at Lions Park on Saturday and Ukraine United B beat Royal Toronto FC B...

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CSL FIRST DIVISION RACE TIGHTENS WITH VORKUTA WIN WEDNESDAY….Ukraine United reserves clinch Second Division title
Aug23

CSL FIRST DIVISION RACE TIGHTENS WITH VORKUTA WIN WEDNESDAY….Ukraine United reserves clinch Second Division title

FC Vorkuta defeated Royal Toronto FC 2-0 and a Milton SC vs Scarborough SC encounter ended in a 5-5 tie in the CSL First Division Wednesday night. In one other game, Ukraine United FC B secured the CSL Second Division title with a 6-0 result over SC Waterloo B. Royal Toronto FC were reduced to 10 men near the end of a well-played first half against FC Vorkuta at the OSA Soccer Centre when Dario Brezak was shown a red card by referee Joshua Jaramilo on receiving a second caution. It was 0-0 at half time. Vorkuta opened the scoring at 61 minutes on a goal by Sergii Ivliev and Yaroslav Svorak made it 2-0 seven minutes later. FC Vorkuta remains in third position following Wednesday’s victory but the result tightens the standings for the top three teams. FC Vorkuta has an improved 8-1-2 record for 26 points, that’s one point behind York Region Shooters with 27 points. Serbian White Eagles lead the First Division with 28 points. It was a see-saw struggle in the 5-5 draw between Milton SC and Scarborough SC at the Milton Community Park, with William Mokake and Scott Damion Tristan each scoring twice for the home side, while Adnan Smajic struck the fifth. Scarborough’s goals were scored by Adrian Todorovic and Krum Bigishkov, each scoring twice, and one goal was added by Zdravko Karadachki . In the CSL Second Division Wednesday night, FC Ukraine United B defeated SC Waterloo 6-0 at Woodside Park to give FC Ukraine United the Second Division league title. With two regular season games remaining, the FC Ukraine United reserve team is still unbeaten and has dropped just two points during the current campaign for an impressive 11-0-1 WLT record for 34 points – that’s a nine-point lead over Burlington SC B in second place in the table with 25 points and 10 points clear of  FC Vorkuta reserves with 24 points. FC Ukraine United B will go into the CSL Second Division playoffs with home advantage in the ply-offs having a by in the quarter-finals in September, since London City B withdrew from the...

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TOP CLUBS DOMINATE….Serbian Eagles, York Region and FC Vorkuta score weekend victories
Aug20

TOP CLUBS DOMINATE….Serbian Eagles, York Region and FC Vorkuta score weekend victories

The top three clubs continue to dominate the CSL First Division with victories over the weekend,  Serbian White Eagles the most impressive with an 8-1 home win over Milton SC, York Region Shooters defeated  Royal Toronto 5-0 and FC Vorkuta kept pace with a narrow 1-0 victory over Scarborough SC. Brantford Galaxy kept in touch with a 2-1 win over SC Waterloo. Branislav Vukomanovic struck three goals for Serbian White Eagles in the 8-1 dominance of Milton in the game at Centennial Stadium Friday night to lift the 35 year old Serb defender’s season tally to six. Serbian Eagles remain unbeaten with a 8-0-4 WLT record for 28 points to lead the top division by a single point over York Region Shooters. York Region’s win over Royal Toronto was never in doubt at the St. Joan of Arc stadium at Maple just north of Toronto on Friday night, leading 2-0 at half-time on goals by midfielder Richard Edwards at just 4 minutes into the game and Kevin Bryan at the 27th minute mark.  But it was U.S.-born  midfielder Evan Beutler who sealed the game with a natural hat-trick in the second half at 52, 64 and 87 minutes for a season total to date of seven. The Shooters’ record is 8-2-3 for 27 points on the season for second place in the standings. Denys Diachenko scored the lone goal at 65 minutes for FC Vorkuta in a tough encounter over Scarborough at Esther Shiner Stadium Saturday, a victory for the expansion team that improved its season record to 7-1-2 for 23 points and  games in hand over both Serbian White Eagles and York Region. Brantford Galaxy have a 5-6-0 record for 15 points following their 2-1 victory over SC Waterloo at Lions Park in Brantford Saturday and the Galaxy also has games in hand over Serbian Eagles and York Region Shooters. There was one CSL Second Division game over the weekend, Royal Toronto FC B defeating Serbian White Eagles B by a 6-1 score at the the Lamoreaux Sports Complex on Saturday night. There are two mid-week games scheduled in the CSL First Division on Wednesday, August 23 when Royal Toronto FC meet FC Vorkuta at the OSA Soccer Centre at 8.30 pm and Milton SC are at home in the Milton Community Centre to Scarborough SC, a 9 pm kickoff. A CSL Second Division game has also been scheduled for Wednesday night when SC Waterloo B hosts Ukraine United B at 8 pm at Woodside Park....

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SCARBOROUGH VICTORY WHILE SERBIAN EAGLES AND YORK REGION PLAY TO SCORELESS TIE.
Aug13

SCARBOROUGH VICTORY WHILE SERBIAN EAGLES AND YORK REGION PLAY TO SCORELESS TIE.

  Scarborough SC scored an emphatic 4-1 home win over SC Waterloo, Serbian White Eagles and York Region Shooters played to a scoreless tie and a Sunday game in the CSL First Division over the weekend between Milton SC and Brantford Galaxy, was postponed. Defender Angel Angelov opened the scoring at the 5th minute mark to pave the way for the 4-1 Scarborough SC victory at Birchmount Stadium Saturday and this was followed by a first half goal by Alen Kucalovic and  two goals by AleksanderStojiljkovic, bringing Stojilijkovic’s total for the season to eight.  Waterloo midfielder Vladimir Zelenbaba struck his side’s only goal at 61 minutes. The middle of the table Scarborough will be attempting to close the gap with the three top teams as the regular season moves closer to its end during September. Scarborough has three games in hand over the leaders Serbian White Eagles and four in hand over second place York Region Shooters. It was a well-played encounter between Serbian Eagles and York Region on Friday night, with goalkeepers Goran Skaric of Serbian White Eagles and Adrian Ibanez of the Shooters playing strong games to keep the game scoreless. York Region came close to finding the net at almost the last kickoff the match when at 97 minutes Ricky Herron of the Shooters drove a free kick from outside the box inches wide and Skaric well beaten. Serbian White Eagles with 25 points hold a slim one-point lead over York Region at the top of the First Division standings, while FC Vorkuta are in third spot with 20 points. There were two games played in the CSL Second Division over the weekend when FC Vorkuta B defeated Burlington SC B 3-2 on Saturday and Serbian White Eagles B nipped SC Waterloo B, 1-0 on Sunday....

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UNDEFEATED SERBIAN EAGLES WIN, YORK REGION DEFEATS VORKUTA…….Key weekend results in bid for league title
Aug06

UNDEFEATED SERBIAN EAGLES WIN, YORK REGION DEFEATS VORKUTA…….Key weekend results in bid for league title

Top of the table, unbeaten Serbian White Eagles won their seventh game of the season with a 5-0 victory over Royal Toronto FC, while York Region Shooters moved into second position in the standings by inflicting a first defeat of the season on expansion team FC Vorkuta. In other weekend games in the Canadian Soccer League First Division, Milton SC played twice, losing 7-1 to Royal Toronto FC on Friday night, before picking up a first victory of the current campaign, a come-from-behind 4-3 result over SC Waterloo on Sunday. There was one other games scheduled in the CSL First Division, the Scarborough SC vs. Brantford Galaxy encounter set for Birchmount Stadium Sunday night was delayed, then postponed due to difficulties by the visiting team en route to the stadium. Following a scoreless first half at Esther Shiner Stadium Saturday, York Region Shooters took the lead when Hassan Abdulmumini drove the ball from 10 yards inside the left post out of reach of Vorkuta goalkeeper Oleksander Musiienko. The opening goal came at the 77 minute mark and midfielder Doryan Botelho made it 2-0 at 85 minutes, a long shot from outside the box for a 2-0 result at the final whistle. Forward Ivan Nikolic struck two goals, at 26 and 71 minutes for Serbian White Eagles in the 5-0 win over Royal Toronto at Birchmount Stadium Sunday. Djordjije Jocic (55 min.), Branislav Vukomanovic (57 min.) and Milos Ljubenovic (80 min.) also scored. Luka Majstorovic scored a hat-trick for Royal Toronto FC to lead his side to the 7-1 trouncing of  Milton SC at the Milton Community Park on Friday night, while in the second Milton game of the weekend played on Sunday, Milton’s Scott Damion Tristan also hit three goals, including the winner at 88 minutes to lift Milton from a 3-1 deficit at half time to a 4-3 victory. There were two games in the CSL Second Division over the weekend, Ukraine United B defeating Serbian White Eagles B 6-1 at Centennial Stadium Friday night and Brantford Galaxy B winning 2-1 over SC Waterloo B at Lions Park on...

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VUKOMANOVIC WINNER KEEPS SERBIAN EAGLES ON TOP….Vorkuta, York Region and Waterloo also win
Jul30

VUKOMANOVIC WINNER KEEPS SERBIAN EAGLES ON TOP….Vorkuta, York Region and Waterloo also win

Serbian White Eagles and FC Vorkuta both registered victories and both teams remain unbeaten  following weekend games now well into the second half of the  Canadian Soccer League First Division season. York Region Shooters also kept pace in their bid for the title with a 7-1 win over Milton and SC Waterloo gained a 3-0 home win over Royal Toronto FC Following a scoreless first half at Esther Shiner Stadium Friday night, the visiting Serbian White Eagles took the lead at the 51 minute mark when Miroslav Jovanovic found the net past Scarborough goalkeeper Milos Vkurkovic. But the lead was short-lived for just four minutes when Scarborough forward Stefan Stojiljkovic struck an equalizer, beating Serbian Eagles goalkeeper Goran Skaric. Branislav Vukomanovic scored the winner for the visitors with a penalty penalty  at 63 minutes after Vukomanovic was brought down in the box. Referee Joshua Jaramillo quickly pointed to the spot and it was a 2-1 score at the final whistle. Serbian White Eagles, the current CSL champions, continue to hold top position with 21 points from nine games in the CSL First Division, a one-point lead over FC Vorkuta with 20 points from eight games and York Region Shooters with 20 points from 10 games. Sergii Ivliev  scored twice to lead FC Vorkuta to a 4-0 win over Brantford Galaxy in Sunday’s game at Birchmount Stadium, with Yaroslav Svorak and Denys Diachenko scoring the other two. York Region Shooters had an easy time against Milton SC at the Milton Community Park Sunday, coming away with a 7-1 romp including a hat-trick by forward Alton Ellis. Other York Region goals were scored by Evan Butler, Kevin Bryan and two goals by Dorian Bothelo, while the lone Milton goal came in the second half from Danny Jirta. In the Sunday night late game SC Waterloo defeated Royal Toronto 3-0 at RIM Park on goals by Elia Basicic at 70 minutes, John Wojcik at 83 minutes and Adis Hasecic at 90 minutes. There were three games in the CSL Second Division, all on Saturday, Ukraine United FC B defeating Brantford Galaxy B 6-1, Vorkuta FC B outscored Royal Toronto FC B 7-3 and SC Waterloo B beat Burlington SC B 2-1.  ...

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FIRST HALF GOALS KEEP VORKUTA UNBEATEN….. Complete weekend results in the CSL
Jul23

FIRST HALF GOALS KEEP VORKUTA UNBEATEN….. Complete weekend results in the CSL

First half goals by Oleh Kerchu and Iaroslav Solonynko assured FC Vorkuta of maintaining its unbeaten streak with a 2-1 victory over SC Waterloo, York Region Shooters defeated Brantford Galaxy, also by a 2-1 score and Royal Toronto struck twice late in the game to tie Milton SC 4-4, three games in the Canadian Soccer League First Division over the weekend. FC Vorkuta led by a 2-0 score at halftime in the Saturday game at Esther Shiner Stadium and Jure Glavina struck for Waterloo in the second half for the 2-1 result. FC Vorkuta and York Region Shooters are tied each with 17 points in the First Division standings, one point behind first place Serbian White Eagles who remain at 18 points while idle over the weekend. Evan Butler scored a late winner at 85 minutes for York Region in the 2-1 away win over the Galaxy at Lions Park in Brantford, also played on Saturday. Luka Grgic opened the scoring for Royal Toronto just one minute after the kickoff and Mateo Beslic made it 2-0 five minutes later in the game with Milton SC at The Soccer Center at Vaughan Sunday night. Ivan Juric struck for Milton at 9 minutes and Adnan Smajic tied the game 2-2 just before the interval. James Natham gave Milton a 3-2 lead at 50 minutes and Scott Damion Tristan made it 4-2 at 65 minutes. Royal Toronto’s Dario Brezak reduced the lead to 4-3 at 75 minutes and Dymtro Chyzhevsky struck for Milton at the 80 minute mark for a 4-4 tie. There were four games in the CSL Second Division over the weekend, Serbian White Eagles B controlled Royal Toronto B 7-0, but Serbian White Eagles B went down 3-0 in their second game over the weekend, losing 3-0 to Brantford Galaxy B on Saturday. FC Vorkuta B defeated SC Waterloo B 3-0 and in the late game Sunday night Ukraine United B played to a scoreless tie with Burlington SC B.  ...

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