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R&B Rented Mules Soccer United 1 - 6
Kal Tire FC Brown Benefits 1 - 1
Penticton Mission Cleaners 3 - 0
Mabui Bosman 3 - 0
Mind Smart United Brandt's Creek 4 - 1
Interior Beverages Real JVL 6 - 4

Game Report by R&B Rented Mules:

No report submitted.


Game Report by Soccer United:

Soccer United 6 vs. Rented Mules 1. At Mission 10 in Kelowna, Soccer United scored the only goal of the half 20 minutes into the game when Mike Bertoia headed a chip pass over to Save Keteca at the far side, who deftly finished it. The Mules almost tied it up but were denied by the crossbar. Pablo Ruiz-Santacruz cruised by a defender, drove to the net and calmly fired a low shot to double the lead. While United tried to penetrate the Mules’ back line, solid defending and goalkeeping kept the game close...until a Mules player received a red card and put his team a man short. True to his team’s name, he mule... Read Full Report

Game Report by Kal Tire FC:

1-1 draw between Kal-Tire and Brown Benefits. The first 20 minutes of the game was fairly even with a few half-chances on both sides. As the half progressed, Kal-Tire started to press more and got rewarded with a goal scored by Bryan Schenker after a great feed from Clint Dickinson. Kal-Tire had the upper hand for the rest of the half but could not extend the lead. Browns re-grouped at half-time and gained more control over the game. Kal-Tire sat back and got a few good opportunities on break-aways, while Browns dominated possession. With 10 minutes to go, Browns scored a deserved equalizer with a great shot from distance.

Game Report by Brown Benefits:

A hard fought battle ended in a 1-1 draw between Kal-Tire and Brown Benefits. In a game of two halves (aided by the downhill slope at MacDonald Park), Kal-Tire controlled the first half and took the lead through Bryan Schenker's shot to the bottom corner. In the second half, the Brown took control and poured on the pressure. Kal-Tire keeper Mike Moorlag made a couple of outstanding saves but couldn't stop Steve Fagan's 30 yard bomb that found the top corner.

Game Report by Penticton:

Penticton 3 - Mission Cleaners 0

Goals by Brad Farrell, Darryl Pace and Ben Cougny. Delano Ducheck with the Shutout

Game Report by Mission Cleaners:

Penticton got off to a quick start and got 2 early goals to take control of the game. Mission Cleaners fought back and applied some pressure later but could not get the goal. Penticton scored a 3rd late in the second half to seal the deal.
Mission Cleaners 0
penticton 3

Game Report by Mabui:

Mabui had a strong passing game but was unable to score during the first half against a determined Bosman squad.
it looked like Bosman would take the lead in the second half, but an offside goal was called back allowing Mabui's Jason Jennens to establish its dominance when he carefully slotted a low shot past Bosman's keeper.Roger Russell added to the lead when his shot fired at pace managed to squeeze its way through the hands of the keeper.Mabui completed its scoring with the play of the game when James White crossed a ball that was deftly headed by Doug Roth into Bosman's net.
final 3-0

Game Report by Bosman:

No report submitted.


Game Report by Mind Smart United:

No report submitted.


Game Report by Brandt's Creek:

No report submitted.


Game Report by Interior Beverages:

It was a real barn burner under the lights for IB and Real JVL. IB opened up the scoring with two quick goals, but JVL battled back. After pressuring hard and hitting the crossbar twice, JVL scored a beauty and came to within one at half time. The battle didn't end there, as every time IB scored, JVL would counter and come to within a goal. IB keeper, David Gadd, made a few clutch saves, and JVL keeper, Jay Christensen, kept the game close by saving several breakaways and a penalty shot. Singles from Derek Moody and Sam Kimpian, doubles from Steve Frost and Chris Purnell help IB keep the lead, but a hat-trick... Read Full Report

Game Report by Real JVL:

No report submitted.


Schedule May 27, 2019

Home Away Details Docs
Real JVL Mind Smart United Kick-off: 7:00
Mission Sports Fields 10
 
Brandt's Creek Mabui Kick-off: 7:00
Parkinson Rec. Centre 9
 
Bosman Interior Beverages Kick-off: 7:00
MacDonald Park 2
 
Soccer United Penticton Kick-off: 7:30
Rosewood Sports Field
 
Brown Benefits R&B Rented Mules Kick-off: 8:00
Mission Sports Fields 9
 
Mission Cleaners Kal Tire FC Kick-off: 8:00
Beasley Sports Fields 2
 

Standings 2019

  GP W L T GF GA PTS
Kal Tire FC 5 4 0 1 20 4 13
Penticton 4 4 0 0 13 3 12
Brown Benefits 5 3 1 1 15 6 10
Mission Cleaners 5 3 2 0 19 8 9
Mabui 5 3 2 0 14 8 9
Interior Beverages 5 2 2 1 19 15 7
Soccer United 5 4 1 0 19 16 7
Mind Smart United 5 2 2 1 13 11 7
Bosman 5 1 4 0 8 22 3
Real JVL 5 0 4 1 7 19 1
R&B Rented Mules 5 0 4 1 4 26 1
Brandt's Creek 4 0 4 0 4 17 0

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Goal Scorers Table

Player Team Goals
Mike Bertoia Soccer United 9
Jason Jennens Mabui 8
Wade Macpherson Mind Smart United 7
Mike Barrajon Bosman 6
John Orton Kal Tire FC 6
Tony Gonzales Brown Benefits 5

MASTERS LEAGUE RULES

  • Slide tackling is not permitted and will be punished by a yellow card (if no contact is made with the player) and a red card (if contact is made).
  • In the event of a conflict, the home team must switch to their alternate jerseys.
  • Home teams must send game sheets to Tim Penaluna at [email protected] within 24 hours of the game.  Teams who fail to comply will be fined $25.
  • All managers must submit game reports for the newspapers to Kevin Mitchell at [email protected] within 24 hours of the game.
  • Players must be signed by August 1 and have played three games in the league in order to be eligible to play in the playoffs.
  • All players are required to produce a Driver's Licence or photo I.D. upon request.
  • Our league does not condone the consumption of alcohol at the field either before, during or after games and would like to remind all players that it is expressly forbidden by local by law.

Fair Play Chart

Yellow cards per team: