ICST Pegasus all alone atop Premier Division

Surrey squad remains perfect in Vancouver Metro Soccer League after four games

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.

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