Juan de Fuca soccer on tap this weekend in VISL play

Colwood-based Division 3B JdF men have yet to lose this season

Juan de Fuca’s Div. 3B men’s team looks to maintain its unbeaten record in Vancouver Island Soccer League play this Sunday at the West Shore Parks and Recreation field.

Having won their first three games, the latest being a 2-0 shutout win over Prospect Lake Cap City last weekend, Juan de Fuca takes on SFFC Colonial Countertops Bandits at 2:15 p.m. in Colwood.

Chris O’Hara picked up the shutout in goal, while Dane Schoor and Keenan Dinny scored against Cap City on the Royal Bay turf to keep JdF near the top of the Div. 3B standings. Fernwood Town FC sits at 4-0 in top spot.

On the other end of the ladder, Juan de Fuca 4A will look to break out of their four game winless string this Sunday on home field when they host Prospect Lake at 2:15 p.m., next to the other game.

The JdF under-21 men, sitting at 1-2-0 on the season, travel to Henderson Park to play Bays United Gunners at noon on Sunday. The West Shore squad is coming off a 5-1 win over Nanaimo United FC. Brent Cameron led the way with three goals, while Shane Herring and Marshall Henson had singles.

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