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Result of the Friday June 18, 2010 CSL game between Serbian White Eagles and Montreal Impact Academy played at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke at 8:00pm.

6 min...MIA Guillaume Heroux GOAL...MIA Kevin Cossette cross from 25 yards on left has ball missed by MIA player and SWE defender at 8 yards but Heroux on right stops ball at 6 yards and fires shot into far left corner of net.

11 min...SWE Adrian Tismenar GOAL...SWE Shawn Brown rescues ball on right sideline at 20 yard line, turns and beats defender, crosses from 15 yards to Tismenar trailing at 15 yards and he kicks shot from right into left side of net.

64 min...SWE Milos Scepanovic GOAL...SWE Adrian Tismenar gives Scepanovic short pass from right and Scepanovic from 25 yards on right blasts 20 yard shot into high left side of net beyond flying goalie Maxine Crepeau.

74 min....SWE Kirie Dimitrov GOAL...Dimitrov beats offside trap on left side pass and slides 10 yard shot under sprawling goalie.

..............SWE RED card...Kirie Dimitrov earns his second Yellow card for pulling off his shirt on run to sidelines celebrating his goal. He had picked up his first Yellow at 47 minutes for diving at MIA 45 yard line.

80 min...MIA Armel Dagrou draws a Penalty kick when he's knocked down by defender in SWE box. Either Taylor Lord or Mark Jankovic drew a Yellow card on this play for the knock down or complaing about the call from referee Gianni Facchini.

81 min...MIA Armel Dagrou GOAL...Dagrou Penalty kick is chipped to left post beyond goalie Milos Kocic.

Final Score:.........Serbian White Eagles...........3..................Montreal Impact Academy...............2...........

Attendance was about 175 on this warm evening with a bright sun in the north west for the first half. The crowd was in a good mood with lots of cheering and singing and flag waving as the Serbian national team had beaten Germany earlier in the day.

If there was a lesson learned tonight it was that persistance pays off. Given enough offside calls, there'd be one that goes through like Dimitrov's run beating the trap. Also Dagrou had not receive a Penalty kick call just a minute before he did win one for dropping in the White Eagles box.

The dismissal of Dimitrov caused a surge by the team from Montreal. At the very end the White Eagles had to hold on to the end of regulation of four minutes of added time and it took the defenders to limit the number of shots. Impact players Kevin Cossette and Francesco Augustin had long distance blasts in the final ten minutes that almost found the corners of the net. SWE defender Mark Jankovic slid in the SWE box to make a key block preventing Yannick Rome Gosselin from getting to a clear shot from 7 yards.

Impact Academy stay in Toronto this weekend and have a day in between games before playing Toronto Croatia at this same stadium on Sunday at 8:15pm. In past weekends, Impact have come to Southern Ontario and played two games in 18 hours. This was only the fourth game of the season for the White Eagles so they appear well down the standings when compared to teams that have played twice as many games.

Rocket Robin


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Result of the Sunday June 20th, 2010 CSL game between Toronto Croatia and Montreal Impact Academy played at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke at 8:15pm.

40 min...MIA Bonjeur Aubrey GOAL...MIA Kevin Luarca cornerkick from right has leaping Aubreay head ball into right corner of net from 5 yards on left.

50 min...Croatia Ivan Zgela GOAL...Zgela's low 22yard freekick blast from left is to low right side of goal.

70 min...Croatia Ivan Zgela GOAL...TC Robert Fran 55 yard freekick from left is lofted into box and Zgela heads 15 yarder just over flying goalie Maxine Crepeau to right corner of the net.

90 min...MIA Guillaume Heroux GOAL...An MIA player takes a 55 yard freekick from the right and Heroux tips header from 15 yards and ball bounces into net over goalie Sandi Matika.

91 min...Croatia RED card...Tihomir Maletic earns his second Yellow card from referee Richard Oliveira for grabbing an MIA player by the neck at the MIA 50 yard line. He had picked up his first Yellow at 28 minutes for dissent.

94 min...Referee Richard Oliveira ejects a coach from the MIA bench for yelling insults.

96 min...Croatia Sven Arapovic GOAL...Arapovic heads 3 yarder into net over goalie to left corner of net. TC Halburto Harris gave him the pass.

97:30 game ends.

Final Score:........Toronto Croatia.............3...............Montreal Impact Academy.........2.......

Attendance was about 100 on this hot evening.

This game was fairly even with both teams having numerous chances. Best non-scoring chances came at 21 minutes when TC Alex Arbelo took a cornerkick from the right and a TC player got a 10 yard kick in through a crowd of players that a defender cleared off the line. At 66 minutes a TC cross from the right had Arbelo blast an 18 yarder from right that the goalie gets a hand to and while he was down he swatted away the ball for a defender to clear. At 88 minutes, MIA

Yannick Rome-Gosselin gets a 7 yard header that the goalie palmed the ball over the net when an MIA player heads a ball forward from 12 yardes after receiving a cross from the right. Impact Kevin Cossette supplied some great crosses into the box for MIA players throughout the game which they couldn't finish.

Croatia fans were whistling for the referee to end the game from the 88th minute on but were glad that an extra seven minutes were played so they could get the winning goal.

Impact stayed in Southern Ontario over the weekend with a day's rest as opposed to previous visits when they play Friday night and again the next day so they can get back to Montreal. The extra day's rest meant that they didn't

get so tired in the second half. This time their weekend didn't work out because they lost their Friday night game played right here at Centennial Stadium against Serbian White Eagles also by a 3-2 score. Next Sunday night, Toronto Croatia plays White Eagles right here at 8:15pm. White Eagles first play London City on the Friday night also at this stadium.

Rocket Robin


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Galaxy subs prove too much for Wolves


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ST. C ATHARINES -To say the Brantford Galaxy were confident Wednesday night of bouncing back from their first defeat of the season would be an understatement.

On the road, the Galaxy placed their substitutes in the starting lineup and went on to defeat the lowly St. Catharines Wolves 2-1 in the Canadian Soccer League game.

The subs used were Kyle Grootenboer. Mark Reilly Zach Tait, Austin White, twins Bob and Ben Turnbull and goalkeeper Kyle Bissonnette

The victory allowed the Galaxy to recover from a 5-2 loss to the Astros on Sunday in North York.

Brantford used the victory to move into sole possession of second place with a record of four wins, one loss and two ties for 14 points.

York Region Shooters hold first place with 16 points from five wins, two losses and one draw.

The Galaxy will face Toronto FC Academy at Brantford's Lions Park on Saturday at 7 p.m. The Galaxy Reserves will play the Milltown Reserves at 4 p.m.

TFC is tied with the Astros for third place with 11 points each. North York has a 3-1-2 record and TFC stands at 3-3-2.

The Galaxy took advantage of the 1-4-1 Wolves, who are in 12th place in the 13-team league.

Grootenboer opened the scoring in the 13th minute and the Galaxy led 1-0 at the half.

Reilly gave Brantford a 2-0 lead in the 52nd minute

The Wolves ruined Bissonnette's bid for a shutout in the 80th minute.

NOTE: Brantford's Miodrag Andjelkovic and North York's Mahyar Kohbad lead the league in scoring with six goals each.

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