June 17, 2007 CSL details of Sunday's games (from CSL media release)

Sunday - June 17, 2007
Astros stop Italia Shooters

CSL 2006 champions Italia Shooters suffered their first defeat, Serbian White Eagles won and are still undefeated, St. Catharines Wolves scored an away victory and Portuguese Supra were held to a tie at home by Toronto Croatia, four games played in the CSL Sunday.

North York Astros were full measure for a 3-2 win over Italia Shooters at Esther Shiner Stadium in North York when defender Brian Carbajal collected a cross to strike home the winner at the 85th minute. The winning goal came after Jana Sadacharalingham tied 2-2 for Astros at 73 minutes following a second half goal by Shooters’ Kadian Lecky, his fourth of the weekend. These goals came following a 1-1 tie at the interval, Jason De Thomasis scoring for Italia Shooters at 33 minutes and Johnson Akuoka tying for Astros three minutes later.

The win gives Astros a 2-2-1 WLT record for seven points, while Italia Shooters remain on top of the International Conference with a 5-1-2 record for 17 points.

Serbian White Eagles maintained their 100 per cent record with a fourth successive win since their opening victory on May 18. Eagles edged Trois-Rivieres Attak, 2-1, at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres. Midfielder Alex Braletic scored twice for Serbia, at 10 minutes, then striking the winner at 86 minutes after the Attak’s Darko Kolic scored from the penalty spot at the 62nd minute mark.

Serbian White Eagles have a 4-0-0 record for 12 points and tied with Toronto Croatia for second position in the International Conference while Trois-Rivieres are at 2-3-2 for eight points and second in the National Division.

St. Catharines had a decided edge in defeating Canadian Lions, 3-1, at Birchmount Stadium. Wolves opened the scoring at 14 minutes on a goal by forward Antanio Serangs, Canadian Lions tied it 1-1 on a goal at 66 minutes by midfielder Ryan Reece and Carlo Arghittu scored twice, at 87 and 90 minutes for the 3-1 win.

St. Catharines improve to 2-1-1 for seven points, while Canadian Lions are winless at 0-4-2.

Portuguese Supra were held to a 1-1 tie at home at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke when Yami Williams tied the score for the home side 11 minutes into the second half. Tommy Ples had opened the scoring for Croatia at 25 minutes.

Portuguese Supra are at 1-4-2 for five points, while Toronto Croatia are still undefeated with a 3-0-3 record for 12 points and tied for second position with Serbian White Eagles in the International Conference.

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