July 30th, 2004 CPSL midweek game and August 2, 2004 (from CPSL web site)
LONDON CITY TAKE OVER RUNNER-UP POSITION WITH 2-1 VICTORY CIVIC HOLIDAY MONDAY
Toronto Supra striker Michael DiLuca struck the opening goal, his 8th of the season in a vital 2-0 win over Vaughan Shooters
London City scored an important come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Brampton Hitmen at Cove Road on Civic Holiday Monday to move the Southwestern Ontario team into the runner-up position in the Western Conference standings.
The game was also highlighted by London forward Paul Munster's fourth goal in less than a week, his 11th this season to lead the CPSL goalscoring title race.
The game signalled the resumption of league play in the CPSL following four weekend third round games in the Open Canada Cup.
On Thursday night, Toronto Supra scored a 2-0 shutout win over Vaughan Shooters at Centennial Stadium Thursday night to move the unbeaten Supra ahead of Shooters in the three-way race for the Eastern Conference title.
Brampton forward Paul Daccobert opened the scoring in the rescheduled league game at London on Monday night, the goal coming at the 41st minute for a 1-0 half-time score.
Paul Munster tied the game for London at 57 minutes and Eris Tafaj struck the winner at the 83rd minute.
The win improves London to 5-3-2 WLT for 17 points and the runner-up spot, three points behind leaders Border Stars and two points ahead of the Hitmen with their 4-4-3 record.
Michael DiLuca opened the scoring at 75 minutes for Toronto Supra in Thursday's encounter with Vaughan Shooters following a hard-fought scoreless first half--it was DiLuca's 8th goal of the season. Pedro Dias made it 2-0 at 90 minutes for the final score.
Supra now have an improved 6-0-4 WLT record for 22 points, just two behind leaders Metro Lions and four points in front of Vaughan Shooters with 18.
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