2019/20 BDFA Super Division: South United FC run riot in 4-0 win against ADE…

first_imgAdvertisement boxNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs363Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Enrch( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2e6gWould you ever consider trying this?😱bzmbCan your students do this? 🌚0cykRoller skating! Powered by Firework Vikram’s brace put South United FC on course for a romping victory over ADE FCAdvertisement A crucial game in the calendar for the two teams each harboring their own ambitions for the season. Three points were crucial to for both the teams. South United put on a dominant display against ADE FC netting on four occasions without reply to seal the tie.Advertisement From the time the whistle blew to start the game to the last second South United FC were on top of the game. SUFC got into the lead by Umesh easily tapping a cross in on the 32-minute mark. Only a couple of minutes later, Vikram managed to double their lead, converting a shot from a difficult angle. The sudden 2-0 lead looked to overwhelm ADE FC within a span of few minutes but on the balance of play the goals were coming for South United.Advertisement The second half could’ve been a different story for ADE FC, but they showed no initiative. South United FC continued to dominate possession and create chances while the opposition barely had a sniff of the ball.Vikram headed home his second goal of the game to increase South United’s advantage in the 60th minute. They would need that buffer as Lalnunsiama was sent off by the referee for a verbal altercation with the referee.ADE FC couldn’t capitalise on the advantage of an extra man, although an exciting end to the game as Jaison stepped up to score in added time after the full 90 minutes and ADE’s Raj Kiran was sent off for a poor challenge after that.An eventful game that South United take all three points from and can now hope to stitch together a run of good games.South United FC 4-0 ADE FC (Umesh 32’, Vikram 34’ 60’, Jaison 90 + 1’) Advertisementlast_img read more

Ex-Leaf named assistant captain with Trail Smoke Eaters

first_imgThe 18-year-old Wheeldon spent 2010-11 season in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League with Nelson.Trail broke camp Sunday and now prepares for a handful of exhibition games beginning Tuesday in Chase against the Prince George Spruce Kings.The two teams also play Wednesday in Chase before Trail travels to Merritt to face the Centennials Friday.The only home preseason game for Trail is Saturday, September 1 against Merritt at the Cominco Arena. Game time is 7:30 p.m.Trail opens the 2012-12 BCHL season at 2012 Showcase Tournament September 7-9 at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack against the Cowichan Valley Capitals.Trail also plays Merritt Sunday, September 9 at 2:30 p.m.The 2012 Showcase tournament is a three-day event designed for the league to showcase all of its’ 16 teams in one venue for College and Pro scouts.The Penticton Vees open up defence of the 2012 RBC Cup title in the final of four games on opening day against host Chilliwack in the rematch of last season’s Semi-Final playoff series. The Nelson Daily has learned that former Nelson Leaf winger Adam Wheeldon has been named one of the assistant captains of the Trail Smoke Eaters for the 2012-13 B.C. Hockey League season.Wheeldon, entering his second campaign in the Silver City, is joined by Tyler Berkholtz as two of the three assistant captains on the club.The final assistant captain will be voted on by the players.The news comes after the Smokies announced forward Garrett McMullen as team captain during training camp.During his first season of Tier II Junior A hockey, the 5’10”, 185 Wheeldon scored three goals while adding 10 assists in 47 games.last_img read more