THIS SHOT GOT past CVUSC Revolution keeper Sabina Muir

Two-way tie for top spot in MIWSL

Kickers host Alberni this Sunday in what could be a key early-season match

First place is up for grabs in the Mid-Island Women’s Soccer League this Sunday when the Comox Valley Kickers host Port Alberni in a 12 p.m. start at Woodcote Park in Courtenay.

Both teams sport 2-0 records and are currently tied for top spot in the nine-team league. This past Sunday, the Kickers blanked CVUSC Revolution 2-0 while Port Alberni knocked off the Comox Valley Shooters 3-1.

Other Sept. 16 action included Oceanside doubling up Campbell River Mainstream Outlaws 2-1 and Nanaimo blanking the Campbell River Bandits 0. Nanaimo Wheatys had the bye.

Other games this Sunday include Nanaimo vs. Shooters at Nanaimo, Outlaws vs. Bandits at Campbell River and Oceanside vs. Wheatys at Qualicum Beach. CVUSC Revolution has the bye.


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