Maude Hunter’s stop Gorge FC

Nils Webber’s hat-trick powers Saanich Fusion FC Maude Hunter’s past Gorge FC 6-1 in division one men's action

Lakehill FC’s Ciara Brownlee keeps the ball just out of reach from the Saanich Fusion’s Jessica Grundmann during LIWSA Premier soccer at Braefoot on Sunday. Lakehill won the game 2-1.

Nils Webber’s hat-trick helped power Saanich Fusion FC Maude Hunter’s division one men to a 6-1 win over Gorge FC.

Leo Falzon netted a pair and Cardin Davis scored one for Maude Hunter’s.

“We came out flat in the first half and went down 1-0,” said SFFC head coach Steph Steiner, who called it a game of two halves.

SFFC managed to tie the game heading into half before scoring five unanswered in the second frame. The win moves Maude Hunter’s into fourth place in the Vancouver Island Soccer League. They will square off against Vancouver Island Wave Friday at Tyndall Park, kickoff at 8 p.m.

The SFFC premier women lost 2-1 to Lakehill FC, with Chloe Mead notching the Fusion’s lone goal.

Head coach Justin Parish said the result was disappointing despite the fact they were missing a lot of key players to injury. “Regardless, we did not do enough to win the game,” said Parish.

The SFFC premier women currently sit in fifth place in the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association premier standings and face second-place Prospect Lake on Saturday at Lochside Park, kickoff at 8 p.m.

 

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