A North Delta SC player steps over a Langley United opponent during a FVSL Premier Division game Saturday in Langley.

Temple United starts with a win

Fraser Valley Soccer League season is underway

SFC Temple United opened their Premier Division schedule with a 2-1 victory over the Westcoast FC Selects in a Fraser Valley Soccer League game Friday night at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

Christian Oskam and Peter Keo were the goal scorers for Temple United, which will visit Coastal FC Peace Arch next Saturday afternoon at South Surrey Athletic Park.

In other Premier Division play, Kevan Gaull scored the lone goal for North Delta SC in a 1-1 draw with Langley United Saturday in Langley, while SFC Guildford United lost 6-0 to the Port Moody Lordco Gunners Friday night in Port Moody.

North Delta will host the Gunners at Dennis Elsom Park while Guildford United will play at home against the Fraser Valley Red Devils. Both games are Saturday at 6 p.m.

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