Four weeks into the Vancouver Metro Soccer League season, ICST Pegasus is alone atop the Premier Division.
The Surrey side edged Croatia SC 3-2 Friday night in Vancouver for their fourth win in as many games. Pegasus is now two points clear of West Van FC, which drew 2-2 against the Langley Hurricanes.
Sahil Sandhu tallied twice for Pegasus, with Azad Palani adding a single while assisting on Sandhu’s winning goal.
Pegasus will be at home Friday at Newton Athletic Park, kicking off against Richmond Hibernian at 8:45 p.m. Hibernian is fifth in the 12-team Premier Division with two wins and a pair of losses.
Surrey’s two other Premier Division sides clashed head on last Friday night at Newton Athletic Park with CCBRT United upsetting the Surrey United Firefighters 3-0.
CCBRT, winless in their first three games of the season, went up 2-0 after just 15 minutes of play. Taj Sangara and Milad Rahmati set each other up for goals in the first quarter-hour. Sangara added his second of the game with five minutes left in the second half.
CCBRT, now at 1-1-2 (won-tied-lost), will face West Van FC Friday night in West Vancouver.
The Firefighters, in sixth place at 1-2-1 after its first loss of the season, will host Columbus FC at 3 p.m. Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park. Columbus, one of four unbeaten teams remaining in the Premier Division, is tied for fourth place at 1-3-0.