Gaull nets two for North Delta

Fraser Valley Soccer League team has won two in a row

North Delta SC won its second consecutive game, maintaining a fifth-place standing in the Premier Division of the Fraser Valley Soccer League.

Kevan Gaull scored twice in a 3-2 win by North Delta over Surrey FC Guildford Saturday night in North Delta.

Lucas Serress also tallied for North Delta, with Ali Kazemi and Solaman Ashrafi replying for Guildford.

North Delta improved to 3-3 (won-lost), three points back of the Westcoast Selects and Port Moody Gunners, both of which have 4-2 records.

Surrey FC Guildford fell to 2-4, and are in seventh place. They will host the Fraser Valley Red Devils Saturday night at Newton Athletic Park.

North Delta will also play at Newton Athletic Park this weekend as the visiting team in a match with the Surrey FC Temple United Reds.

n The CCBTU Rovers have dropped out of first place in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League’s (VMSL) Premier Division, after they fell 2-1 to Estrella de Chile last Friday in Burnaby. Dever Orgill scored his league-leading seventh goal of the season to give the Rovers a lead in the 15th minute, but the newly promoted Estrella de Chile team tallied twice in the final 15 minutes of play for the win.

Estralla de Chile takes over top spot with a 5-0-1 (won-tied-lost) record, two points up on the 4-1-1 Rovers, who will host the 10-place Norvan Pacific at 4 p.m Saturday at Newton Athletic Park.

Estralla de Chile will host Surrey’s ICST Pegasus tomorrow (Friday) at 8 p.m. at Newton Athletic Park. Pegasus was also on the road last week, playing to a 1-1 tie Saturday afternoon in Port Coquitlam against Columbus FC. Pegasus, who got a goal from Azad Palani against Columbus, is in a three-way tie for fourth place at 2-3-1.

At John Oliver Park in North Delta last Sunday afternoon, Surrey United played its first game since placing fifth at the national championships Oct. 3-8 in Winnipeg. United edged the Delta United Hurricanes 1-0 and at 3-0-2 is one of the three teams in fourth place. Andrew Proctor headed home a cross from Jeff Clarke for the game’s lone goal.

Delta fell to 2-2-2 and seventh place.

Surrey will host the 0-2-4 Vancouver Olympics at 3 p.m. Saturday at Cloverdale Athletic Park. Delta is at Croatia SC in Vancouver Saturday.

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