Fusion down Lakehill

Saanich Fusion Football Club Maude Hunter’s Division 1 men earn 3-1 win

  • Oct. 15, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Saanich Fusion Football Club Maude Hunter’s Division 1 men continue their winning ways.

SFFC Maude Hunter’s tripped up Lakehill FC 3-1 for their second straight win. Cody Ackinclose, Leo Falzon and Cardin Davis scored for SFFC.

Head coach Steph Steiner said Friday night’s victory was a good team effort and he was happy to have most of his injured players back on the field, including SFFC captain Leo Falzon.

Falzon and Gord Elliot’s return to the starting lineup has given a spark to a sputtering offence that had trouble finding the back of the net. SFFC Maude Hunter’s are 2-0 with Falzon and Elliot in the starting lineup and were 1-1-1 when they were injured.

SFFC host Comox Valley United on Saturday at Tyndall Park, kick off 6 p.m.

The SFFC Premier women are hoping to get back in the winning column Saturday when they face a winless Gorge FC team. The Premier women play at Tyndall Park, kick off 8 p.m. right after the Division 1 men’s game.


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