Perfect start reaches eight games

ICST Pegasus remains atop of Vancouver Metro Soccer League’s Premier Division

ICST Pegasus continues to roll through the competition in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League.

They improved their record to 8-0-0 (won-tied-lost) with a one-sided 3-0 win over Columbus FC last Saturday in Vancouver, maintaining their lead atop the Premier Division at two points over West Van FC (7-1-0).

The Surrey side needed 40 minutes to get their first goal, a tally from Javid Khan for a 1-0 Peagasus lead at halftime.

Sahil Sandhu added a second goal with 20 minutes to play, and Shahbaz Khattra netted the third with a few minutes remaining.

Pegasus will host 2-3-3 FC Burnaby tomorrow (Friday) at 8:45 p.m. at Newton Athletic Park.

West Van FC kept pace with a 2-0 win over the Surrey United Firefighters at Cloverdale Athletic Park. After holding their opponents scoreless in the first half, United surrendered a pair of goals after the break and fell to 2-4-2 on the season, tied for fifth place with the Langley Hurricanes.

The Firefighters visit the last-place Vancouver Olympics (0-5-2) tomorrow in New Westminster.

CCBRT United fell 4-1 to Inter FC Friday at Newton Athletic Park, falling to 2-1-5 and ninth place in the 12-team Premier Division. Inter FC went into the game winless after six games.

David Hill tallied for CCBRT with 25 minutes remaining and United already trailing 4-0.

CCBRT United will be in Vancouver tomorrow for a match with 3-1-2 Croatia SC.

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