VISL – FVSL All-Star Results

A long day as weather took a toll on ferries, and delayed the last 2 games, but all were played and memories filed.

It is unfortunate that many FVSL participants are still at the ferries all of Sunday and will need to stay Sunday night as well.

At least they earned a win, and along with that trophy, they will have another trophy that I’m sure they “accidentally” acquired when nobody was looking.
We thanks all our League partners for making the day so enjoyable.

Results wise, here is the break down of the day.

Feature match at 8 pm between the VISL Division 1 Selects vs the FVSL Premier ended as a 3-2 win for the VISL squad after Penalty Kicks.
Scoring for FVSL was Connor Hildebrant & Jon Craig.
Scoring for VISL was Koby Greaves of Westcastle and Blair Sturrock of Lakehill.
Team MVP’s were both Keeper’s, and overall game MVP was the VISL Keeper.
Miguel Hoff for FVSL.
Darian Achurch (Keeper for Cowichan) who stopped the first 3 Penalty Kicks he saw.

The other intra Provincial All-star game at 6 pm saw the FVSL sneak by the VISL selects by the score of 3-2.
Wes Haliday, and John Collins x 2 were the FVSL scorers.
Scoring for VISL was Sean Battistoni of UVic Alumni, and James McQueen of Castaways Juniors.
Team MVP’s were John Collins of FVSL, and Sean Battistoni of VISL’s UVic Alumni.

At 12 pm, the VISL Division 3 team defeated the Division 2 squad by score of 3-2.
Scoring for the Div 3 squad was Jordie Hughes (Prospect Lake Lakers) with 1, and Jordan French (Gorge Us-Guys) with 2.
Replying for the Div 2 team was Craig Robertson (Hellas) and Darcy Lenton (Lakehill)
Game MVP’s were Jordie Hughes (Prospect Lake Lakers) from the Div 3 side, and Anthony Bennett (Fernwood ET Soccer) for the Div 2 team.

The first game of the day was an one-sided win for the U21’s as they defeated the Division 4 team by score of 6-0.

Scoring for the U21’s was Ben Chaswick (Westcastle), Juan Rubiano (Westcastle), Matt Brown (Nanaimo), Kobe Chelini-Dheensaw (Prospect Lake), and Nico Kahl (Prospect Lake) with 2.

Earning the shutout was Torin Lightbody of Prospect Lake.

Game MVP wise, the Div 4 Keeper Dekan Delaney of Bays Utd earned the honors for the match as he was on the overworked side and kept the score from getting to be double digits.

For the U-21’s, it was Cameron Holman of Mid Isle.

An overall gorgeous day at Layritz Turf, home of Prospect Lake.
We look forward to League games getting back underway next week…….weather permitting of course!!

Vince Greco
VISL Executive Director

Posted in BC Soccer News.