Sooke Loggers edged 3-1 by Nanaimo United

Sooke United takes another loss in VISL 4B division

  • Nov. 18, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Meshari Alabbasi, Adriaan Mulder and Yimaz Tuncel each scored one goal as Nanaimo United beat Sooke Loggers 3-1 on Saturday in Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 2 men’s play.

Robbie Heggelund got the lone marker for Sooke, which now sits in seventh place with a 3-4-2 record.

The Loggers are on the road this weekend when they travel to Saanich to play the Bayside Tigers for a Saturday match.

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Sooke United’s record dropped to 1-6-1 on the weekend with a 3-0 loss to Gorge FC in a Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 4B men’s match in Saanich.

Paul Grieve with two goals and Mackenzie Hadley with one led the Gorge charge. Cameron Turner recorded the shutout.

 

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