July 16, 2006 CSL Sunday's games details (from CSL website)

Sunday - July 16, 2006
Byrne strikes 40 yd. winner

Brampton shook Caribbean Selects, 6-0, Italia swept Les Dynamites, St. Catharines won easily at North York, Border Stars upset Oakville and Supra failed to win their first league game in a busy Sunday in the Canadian Soccer League.

Forward Aaron Byrd struck a picture goal and match winner from more than 40 yards for Windsor Border Stars, high into the roof of the Oakville net and well out of the reach of Oakville goalkeeper Sa Brahima Traore to give the border side a much needed 1-0 win and three points in an effort to close the gap with National Division leaders Blue Devils at Bronte Stadium in Oakville. Border Stars improve to a 4-2-2 WLT record for 14 points, still in second place, but now only five points behind Oakville.

Hugo Herrara led Brampton Stallions with two goals in the 6-0 romp over Caribbean Selects at Victoria Park in Brampton, his goals coming at 10 and 25 minutes, but it was forward Michael Aigbokie who opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the season at the 8th minute mark. Helio Perrira at 19 minutes and Andre Andrade at 41 minutes also scored in the first half for a 5-0 score at the interval. Andrade was brought down in the penalty box at 50 minutes and Clayson Queira beat Caribbean goalkeeper Raymond McIntosh from the spot. The Stallions now have a 3-3-2 record for 11 points, while Caribbean Selects are with just a single win in the International Division with a 1-4-2 record for five points.

St. Catharines Wolves made amends for a 6-1 loss in the hands of Toronto Croatia on Friday night by traveling to North York for a convincing 4-1 defeat of the Astros at Esther Shiner Stadium. Danijil Milojevic scored twice for the Wolves at 20 minutes and 53 minutes, an own goal by North York midfielder Dawid Antonczyk at 89 minutes accounted for one, and a fourth goal by Ashley McMillan at 92 minutes rounded the scoring for the visitors. Misiara Beleshi scored the lone Astros’ goal one minute after the interval.

St. Catharines are on a 3-4-3 record for 12 points, good for third place in the National Division while Astros slip to a 2-4-2 record for 8 points.

London City recovered from being down 2-0 at halftime in their game with Toronto Supra Portuguese to score two second half goals including an equalizer just one minute from time for a 2-2 final score in a hard fought close game at Brockton Stadium. Supra forward Uarlem Castro opened the scoring at 7 minutes and Alex Posada made is 2-0 at the 27 minute mark. London came back with a goal by Nis Stendevad at 58 minutes and midfielder Fred Nunziata struck the equalizer almost on time. Toronto Supra Portuguese are still winless in the International Division with a 0-1-5 record for 5 points, while London City are at 1-5-4 for 7 points in the National Division.

Italia Shooters completed a successful weekend swing into Quebec with two wins over Laval Dynamites, a 3-0 shutout Saturday and a 2-1 victory Sunday. Laval took the lead at 30 minutes on a goal by Kyp Sellaidopoulos for a 1-0 score at halftime, but Italia took over in the second half with goals by Carlo Cudini at 60 minutes and the winner by forward Jason De Thomasis at the 75th minute mark. The Dynamites lost player Cesar Castro who was ejected at 44 minutes on a second yellow card.

Italia Shooters improve to 3-3-3 for 12 points in the International Division, while Laval are at 1-4-4 for 7 points in the National Division.


Friday, July 14
Oakville Blue Devils 5, London City 1
Toronto Croatia 6, St. Catharines Wolves 1

Open Canada Cup
Second Round
Serbian White Eagles 2, Toronto Lynx 2
Toronto Lynx win 4-3 on penalty kicks

Saturday, July 15
Italia Shooters 3, Laval Dynamites 0

Sunday, July 16
Brampton Stallions 6, Caribbean Selects 0
Italia Shooters 2, Laval Dynamites 1
St. Catharines Wolves 4, North York Astros 1
Toronto Supra Portuguese 2, London City 2
Windsor Border Stars 1, Oakville Blue Devils 0

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