Fusion fall to league leaders

Cowichan FC blanked SFFC Maude Hunter’s 5-0 in division one men's soccer

  • Nov. 12, 2015 10:00 a.m.

The Saanich Fusion Football Club Maude Hunter’s division one men lost to Vancouver Island Soccer League leaders Cowichan FC 5-0.

The 2015/16 season continues to be an up and down season for SFFC Maude Hunter’s. The loss to Cowichan FC drops SFFC Maude Hunter’s to fifth place in the VISL.

SFFC Maude Hunter’s next game is against sixth-place Gorge FC at Tyndall Park on Friday, kick off at 8 p.m.

The SFFC Premier women were defeated by the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association league leading Castaways Highlanders 4-1.

Meggie Shields scored SFFC’s lone goal on a tough outing for SFFC as they faced the best team in the league without their starting goalkeeper.

“We played hard, but conceded too many goals to a good team,” said SFFC Premier head coach Justin Parish.

Next up for the SFFC Premier women are Lakehill FC on Sunday at Braefoot Park, kick off at noon.

 

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