Maude Hunter’s rally to topple Vic West

Maude Hunter’s travel to Ladysmith Friday to take on first-place Cowichan

SFFC Maude Hunter’s division 1 men came from behind to defeat Vic West FC 3-1.

Vic West’s Adam Almeida opened the scoring, giving Vic West the early lead.

SFFC Maude Hunter’s seemed to settle down after the goal, with Chris Peereboom scoring to tie the game. The teams went into the halftime break knotted at 1-1.

It didn’t take long for Cardin Davis to supply the go-ahead marker for Maude Hunter’s in the second half. Leo Falzon netted SFFC’s third goal shortly later and Maude Hunter’s cruised to a 3-1 win.

Next up for SFFC Maude Hunter’s is the Vancouver Island Soccer League (VISL) Division 1 men’s leaders Cowichan FC. Cowichan FC sit atop the VISL league standings with six wins and two ties, having 29 goals for and just three goals against.

The third-place Maude Hunter’s travel to Ladysmith Turf for Friday’s game, with kick off at 7:30 p.m.

The SFFC Premier women had a bye last weekend. They are back in action on Saturday, when they face first-place Castaway Highlanders FC at Tyndall Park, kick off 8 p.m.

 

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