VMSL Masters Premier
Castilians Uninspired. Lose 3-1!
The Mighty Castilians were not so mighty Saturday afternoon, losing 3 points to second place Pork Chops United. Lone goal came on a pk by Slater late in the game. Unfortunately, the Gladiator, Sir Clay Prest, original Castilian and heart and soul of the team went down with a serious knee injury. The Gladiator will be missed dearly on the pitch and the Castilian Family wishes him a speedy recovery. Looking forward to seeing you soon Castilian legend.
The week prior Castilians beat upstart Westside 2-1 in a battle from start to finish. Goals came from league's top goal scorer TK and super sub Grostad.
Castilians sit now in second place one point behind the Pork Chops but with three games in hand and are still heavy favourites to win the league.
CASTILIANS WIN 2-0!
While coaches Trevor and Danielle are lapping up some sun and enjoying a well deserved rest on the shores of Mexico - guest coach and Technical Director Oliver Heald, with the help of Ms. Mugridge, claimed a well earned victory Sunday morning. It was a superb team effort with Jeneca earning player of the match honours. Castilians continue to hold onto first place - well done young ladies.
U13 Division 1
Jrs. Get Back to Winning Ways!
It was a wonderful, slightly overcast afternoon at Gates Park. With high winds and heavy rains in the forecast, it was the soccer gods that allowed for a dry, picture perfect match day.
After mid season evaluations, the Jrs came out flying with Hannah scoring in the first 3 minutes of the match. It was a fantastic team performance from back to front and front to back. Other goals came from Jade, Mya and the Blaiser netted a pair on the day. The score finished 6 buzz. Ever so well done Jrs.
Next weekend the Jrs face two tough matches in the CMF 2003A team on Saturday and the Whack Attack on Sunday.
CASTILIANS' UNDEFEATED STREAK ENDS.
Well, it's over. The cookie has crumbled. The Fat Lady has sung. The Castilians have lost their first game of the season against a disorganized Motley Crue from a village called Port Moody. It seemed most of the Castilians were more interested in rainbows, butterflies, cupcakes and lollipops than playing the beautiful game. Lone goal came from Mayce.
All good things must come to an end. The Castilians will bounce back and destroy their opponents next week. Get some rest young ladies, you're going to need it - training on Wed. is rumoured to be most difficult with coaching staff not bringing any balls.