West Shore soccer club still looking up in the standings

Westcastle United faces Bays United at Westhills this weekend

Westcastle United will look to score its third win of the season this Saturday against Bays United Liquor Plus, when the teams meet for a 7:30 p.m. Vancouver Island Soccer League Div. 1 match at Westhills Stadium.

The West Shore side (2-10-1) has struggled so far this season but can potentially move out of the basement with a home field victory over the fourth-place Bays (7-4-2).

Meanwhile, Westcastle Sagres are done for 2015 in the Div. 3A and sit seventh at 2-7-1.

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