Big wins for Cowichan Outlaws and Cowichan United

The Div. 2 Cowichan Outlaws picked up their first win of the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association season last Sunday.

The Div. 2 Cowichan Outlaws picked up their first win of the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association season last Sunday as they beat Peninsula 3-1 at Blue Heron Field in Sidney.

Natasha Tymo scored twice and Tiara Enger scored in the victory. The Outlaws will look to build off the win as they play host to Saanich Celosen this Sunday at the Sherman Road turf at noon.

In Div. 2 of the Vancouver Island Soccer League, Cowichan United bounced back from their first loss of the season to defeat Nanaimo United 6-0 at Sherman Road on Saturday evening. Ryan Andre scored three goals, and Jonas Golf-Myers, Stevan Zorich and Braeden George had one each. Darian Achurch had the shutout.

United still sits first in Div. 2 with an 8-1 record. Zorich is tied for second in the league with six goals, and Andre and Dan Citra are close behind with five each.

The team has a bye this weekend, and will visit Vantreights on Dec. 10.

In Div. 3A, Cowichan Red Arrow lost 5-1 to Gorge Us-Guys on Sunday. Owen Meyland scored Red Arrow’s lone goal, and Tim Den Hartigh was named game MVP. Red Arrow will visit Alberni Athletics on Saturday.

In Masters A, the Cowichan 49ers were handed their first loss of the season, going down 1-0 to UVic Alumni in Victoria. Chadwick Bastion was named game MVP. Despite the defeat, the Niners are still first in the league at 6-1-2. They will visit SFFC Old School on Saturday.

The Masters C Cowichan Steelheads also lost last weekend, falling 4-1 to Juan de Fuca on Friday. Dennis Atkins scored the lone goal and Jesse Davis was named MVP. The Steelheads will host Peninsula FC Friday at 7:30 p.m.


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