Press Release August 10, 2000

Glen Shields Sun Devils, Toronto Croatia advance to CPSL League Cup Semi-Finals
Glen Shields Sun Devils had their own destiny in their hands last night at Dufferin/Clark and did not let it slip away as they beat the Flames 7-3 and advanced to the CPSL League Cup Semi-Finals by winning Group A.  Phil Ionadi, who recently joined the team from the Montreal Impact, lead the Sun Devils and scored a hat-trick.

In other Group A action, Toronto Olympians defeated London City 3-1 and edged out City for second place on goal difference.  Eddy Berdusco returned to the starting line-up for the Olympians and scored two world class goals in the victory.  Both goals coming from well placed shots from outside the penalty area that struck the top right corner of the net.  Gus Kouzmanis continued his scoring streak notching in the Olympians third.  Kouzmanis now has eight goals in his last three games.

What a difference a goal makes
In Group B action, Toronto Croatia downed the North York Astros 3-0 and edged out St. Catharines Roma Wolves for first place in the group on goal difference.  St. Catharines beat the York Region Shooters 2-0.  That left both teams with 11 points, but Toronto Croatia advances on a two goal margin.

Quarter Finals
The quarter finals which will commence on the 16th, now has London City vs. St. Catharines Roma Wolves; and the York Region Shooters will be gunning for the Toronto Olympians.

Regular Season Continues
There are three regular season games scheduled for this weekend.

Friday, August 11th,
London City vs. York Region Shooters
Cove Rd. 8:35 p.m.

Sunday, August 13th,
North York Astros vs. London City
Esther Shiner 7:30 p.m.

York Region Shooters vs. Glen Shields Sun Devils
Richmond Green 7:00 p.m.

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