Fusion host Vic West Friday night; Div. 1 men’s soccer this week

Saanich Fusion will need a special night to beat Vic West in Island men's Div. 1 soccer on Friday night.

Saanich Fusion will need a special night to beat Vic West in Island men’s Div. 1 soccer on Friday night.

The Fusion host Vic West at Tyndall Park, 8 p.m. Friday.

Bays Utd. Liquor Plus look to keep pace with Div. 1 leaders as they battle a hard working Lakehill Maple Glass, 8 p.m. at Oak Bay High on Friday.

On Saturday, the Saanich heavy Vancouver Island Wave., featuring a core of Reynolds players coming off provincial, Island and city titles, will face Cowichan FC, noon at Finlayson.

Later on Saturday, Campbell River seek a bounce back game as they visit third-place Gorge FC, 4 p.m. at Hampton Park.

Also on Saturday, Nanaimo travels to Comox.

At the Div. 2 level: Vantreights head out to Westhills Stadium in Langford to face a rejuvenated Westcastle squad. Under new coaching direction, the Langford based team has been hot and look to catch up to division leading Cowichan Utd.


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