Juan de Fuca men maintain lead atop soccer’s Div. 3A

Weekend shutout at Royal Bay gives JdF a four-point bulge over second place teams

Vancouver Island Soccer League Division 3A goals leader Brent Cameron and teammate Dane Schoor  scored twice each and Chris O’Hara picked up the shutout as Juan de Fuca beat Alberni Athletics 4-0 Saturday at Royal Bay secondary.

The win left the JdF side with a 6-1-2 record, good enough to retain first place. Heading into this week’s play they enjoy a four-point margin ahead of Gorge Us-Guys (5-1-2) and Prospect Lake Kal Tire (4-1-4) in second spot.

Cameron leads the division with nine goals on the season, one more than Brendan Andrews of Gorge.

Juan de Fuca takes on Castaways FC this Sunday (Nov. 20) at 2:15 p.m. at Topaz Park in Victoria.

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