June 25, 2006 CSL results of Sunday's games (from CSL website)

Sunday - June 25, 2006
Oakville and Eagles on top

Oakville Blue Devils and Serbian White Eagles occupy the top positions in the National Division and the International Division, respectively, following wins in the Canadian Soccer League Sunday night.

Serbian Eagles keep rolling along, a 3-2 victory over North York Astros at Esther Shiner Stadium is the fifth straight win of the season, Oakville defeated St. Catharines Wolves, 3-1 at Bronte Stadium, Brampton bombed London City 6-0 at Victoria Park and Laval Dynamites showed gritty determination in a 1-1 tie with Italia Shooters at The Soccer Centre in Vaughan.

St. Catharines took the lead on a goal by Joe Carbonara at 36 minutes at Bronte Stadium, but three unanswered goals by forward Petro Czoli at 39 minutes, midfielder Sam Hassam at 66 minutes and Denny Velastegui at 70 minutes assured the Blue Devils of the 3-1 victory and three points. They sit on top of the National Division with a 4-2-1 WLT record for 13 points.

Serbian White Eagles won a narrow 3-2 decision over the Astros on two goals by CSL leading scorer Gabriel Pop who also scored twice on Friday night and now has six for the season. Pop, a former Romanian professional, struck two penalties, the first at nine minutes and again when he was brought down in the penalty box by Astros goalkeeper Arthur Zaslavski at the 49th minute mark. Midfielder Nenad Stojcic scored the third White Eagles goal at 26 minutes, while for the Astros midfielder Vitaily Mishchenko scored from an unusual free kick on the 6-yard line and Peter Zorbas hit his fourth of the season on a free kick at 86 minutes. White Eagles lead the International Division with a 5-0-0 record for 15 points.

Brampton Stallions scored an emphatic 6-0 win over London City at Victoria Park on two goals by Brazilian-born Helinhio, one by Clayton Queira, a single also by Andre Andrade, and two goals by Michael Aigbokie at 87 and 90 minutes.

The Stallions improve to 2-3-0 WLT for six points, while London City has a 1-4-2 record for five points.

Forward Luca Forno put Italia Shooters in the lead at 78 minutes at The Soccer Centre and Laval defender Hicham Aaboubou scored from the penalty spot at 88 minutes to tie the score 1-1. Referee Nenad Brakovic awarded the penalty following a hand ball and subsequently showed the red card to Lavalís Rachid Madkour following the final whistle. Italia has a 1-3-2 record for 5 points and Laval picked up a second tie in three games in a 3-day weekend swing through Ontario.

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