Pegasus tied for top spot in Premier Division

All three Surrey teams earn points in Vancouver Metro Soccer League play

ICST Pegasus sits atop the Premier Division of the Vancouver Metro Soccer League after their second in in as many starts this season.

Pegasus knocked off the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Wolves 2-0 at Town Centre Stadium in Coquitlam last Saturday.

Sahil Sandhu netted the winner on a penalty after a half hour of play, then fired a shot toward the Wolves goal which went off a defender and into the net in the second half.

Andy Singh made some key saves early in the match, and earned the shutout.

Pegasus, now at 2-0-0 (won-tied-loss) are tied for first place with West Van FC. They will be at home at Newton Athletic Park tonight (Friday) against 0-1-1 Inter FC.

The Surrey United Firefighters remained undefeated after ripping Richmond FC Hibernian 5-1 Saturday in Richmond.

Connor Prentice and Angus Burke tallied two goals each, with Connor Hildebrandt scoring the winner.

The Firefighters, alone in third place at 1-1-0, will host the 0-2-0 Langley Hurricanes at 3 p.m. Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

The third Surrey team in the Premier Division, CCBRT United, earned their first points of the season last Friday night in Newton by playing Columbus FC to a 1-1 tie.

Yassin Essa scored in the 65th minute to give CCBRT their first lead of the season, but Columbus pulled even with 15 minutes to play.

CCBRT will be on the road tonight (Friday) against FC Burnaby. Both teams are 0-1-1.

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