Defences shine in Niagara-Milton soccer

csl_logoIt was a well-played scoreless encounter at the Kalar Sports Park in Niagara Falls with much midfield play between Niagara United and visiting Milton SC in a Canadian Soccer League encounter Saturday (July 25).

Milton played the last 30 minutes with 10 men after Rusmir Dizdarevic was ordered off following a second caution.

Milton improves to 5-5-2 with 17 points to be tied with Toronto Atomic for fifth position in the standings, while Niagara United remain in 12th position with a 1-8-3 record for six points.

There was one game played in the CSL Second Division Saturday when Milton SC B nipped Niagara United B 1-0.

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