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Brown Benefits Brandt's Creek 5 - 1
Soccer United Mabui 3 - 1
Mission Cleaners Real JVL 3 - 1
Kal Tire FC Bosman 7 - 0
Penticton Interior Beverages 5 - 1
Mind Smart United R&B Rented Mules 5 - 1

Game Report by Brown Benefits:

Brown Benefits opened the new season with a 5-1 win over Brandt's Creek. Tony Gonzales scored two goals in the opening 15 minutes, finishing off great crosses from the wings. Dennis Derer Tapped in at the far post on the stroke of halftime to make it 3-0. Steve Nader scored a pair as well, one from the penalty spot and one on a nice feed through the defence. However, the goal of the night went to Brandt's Over55 call-up, Harold Schock, who scored a beautiful, first time volley to the bottom corner.

Game Report by Brandt's Creek:

No report submitted.

Game Report by Soccer United:

Soccer United 3 vs. Mabui Sushi 1. At Parkinson 16 in Kelowna, it looked like Mabui was going to Sushi roll over Soccer United to start the game. United’s defenders tried to figure out if, how, and when to play the offside trap. Meanwhile, goal keeper Adrian Shura was forced to make several fantastic saves from breakaways and point blank shots, receiving help from defender Angelo Stradiotto’s clear off the goal line. Shortly after, Mabui’s Jason Jennens drove to the net from the corner and was bumped along the goal line. On the ensuing penalty kick, Shura guessed right and stopped the shot with a full stretch... Read Full Report

Game Report by Mabui:

No report submitted.

Game Report by Mission Cleaners:

The first game of the season started at a slow pace. JVL was the quicker team to get their outdoor legs going and notch an early goal. A back an forth affair continued for the first half but JVL kept their lead. Mission Cleaners started the second half with a quicker pace and pushed the play. JVL went back on there heals and resulted on counter-attacks for their offence. The pressure paid off and Mission Cleaners scored 3 in the second.
Mission Cleaners goals- Graeme Jenkins, dave Jenkinson, Morgan Marrs
JVL goals- Milo Richard.
Player of the game- JVL Jay Christensen

Game Report by Real JVL:

No report submitted.

Game Report by Kal Tire FC:

Kal Tire beat Bosman in a game that showed good sportsmanship on both ends. Duane Dennis scored a hattrick and also hit the woodwork on several occasions. John Orton added 2 while Bryan Schenker and Mark Wasylyk completed the score with singles. Newbie Mike Bertram played an awesome game, giving away nothing at the backline and making sure that the other rookie- goalie Chris Bader - had little to be worried about.

Game Report by Bosman:

No report submitted.

Game Report by Penticton:

Penticton won 5-1 with five different goal scorers. Zeke Pescada, Mike Beliveau, Herb Alex, Brad Farrell and Reid Jenkins

Game Report by Interior Beverages:

The Interior Beverages back up goalie, Jamie Farquhar, came up big in the first half, keeping Penticton off the scoreboard. IB led after the first half, scoring on a counter attack with Sam Kimpian feeding Chris Purnell for a tuck into the right corner. IB ran out of gas in the second half. Penticton moved the ball around well until they found the cracks in the armour and scored five unanswered goals. Final score 5-1 for Penticton.
Def'n of Penticton-itis - a rash of last minute cancellations; manager trying desperately to field a team.

Game Report by Mind Smart United:

On a cool, clear night under the lights at Beasley, the Smart came out strong and scored an early goal (Wade MacPherson). The Smart kept the pressure on for some time before the Mules turned the tide and changed the momentum the other way. They were rewarded with a nice goal by John Farina in his rookie debut. The Smart were fortunate to get one back just before the half (Kevin McTavish). The Mules short bench caught up to them in the second half and the Smart were able to keep the pressure in the other end for most of the rest of the game. The Mules keeper was outstanding the entire game making several... Read Full Report

Game Report by R&B Rented Mules:

No report submitted.

Schedule April 22, 2019

Home Away Details Docs
Brandt's Creek Soccer United Kick-off: 6:00
Parkinson Rec. Centre 16
Mabui Mind Smart United Kick-off: 6:00
Parkinson Rec. Centre 10
Interior Beverages R&B Rented Mules Kick-off: 6:00
Mission Sports Fields 10
Bosman Mission Cleaners Kick-off: 6:00
MacDonald Park 2
Penticton Brown Benefits Kick-off: 7:00
Kings Park
Real JVL Kal Tire FC Kick-off: 7:00
Beasley Sports Fields 2

Standings 2019

Kal Tire FC 1 1 0 0 7 0 3
Brown Benefits 1 1 0 0 5 1 3
Mind Smart United 1 1 0 0 5 1 3
Penticton 1 1 0 0 5 1 3
Mission Cleaners 1 1 0 0 3 1 3
Soccer United 1 1 0 0 3 1 3
Mabui 1 0 1 0 1 3 0
Real JVL 1 0 1 0 1 3 0
Brandt's Creek 1 0 1 0 1 5 0
Interior Beverages 1 0 1 0 1 5 0
R&B Rented Mules 1 0 1 0 1 5 0
Bosman 1 0 1 0 0 7 0

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Goal Scorers Table

Player Team Goals
Duane Dennis Kal Tire FC 3
Tony Gonzales Brown Benefits 2
Steve Nater Brown Benefits 2
John Orton Kal Tire FC 2
Wade Macpherson Mind Smart United 2
Harold Schock Brandt's Creek 1


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  • In the event of a conflict, the home team must switch to their alternate jerseys.
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