THERE WAS SOME good soccer played Sunday at Woodcote Park when the Shooters (in green) took on the CVUSC Revolution.

Mainstream Outlaws in top spot in MIWSL

Win over Marine Harvest Bandits gives them three-point lead over second place teams

Mainstream Outlaws opened some breathing room atop the Mid-Island Women’s Soccer League on Sunday by defeating Marine Harvest Bandits 5-3.

The Outlaws remain undefeated (4-0-1) and are now three points clear of CVUSC Revolution and Kickers, who share second place with identical 3-1-1 records.

The Kickers picked up a 1-0 forfeit win over Nanaimo on Sunday while the Revolution fell 3-1 to the Shooters to suffer their first loss of the season.

Other Oct. 20 action included Port Alberni downing River City FC 4-1 and Oceanside United blanking Wheatys 3-0.

MIWSL action resumes this Sunday with a full slate of games. At Woodcote Park In Courtenay, the Kickers take on the Shooters at 12 p.m. followed by the Revolution against Oceanside at 2 p.m.

In Campbell River at Carihi, the Bandits and Port Alberni meet at 12 p.m. followed by River City FC and Wheatys at 2 p.m. In Nanaimo at Elaine Hamilton, Nanaimo hosts the Outlaws at 12:30 p.m.


THROW INS Jamie Tillapaugh of the Outlaws tops the league scoring with 11 goals while Shannon Marshall of the Shooters has eight … Pam Richer of Oceanside has two shutouts through four games …



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