Surrey United Weekly Round-Up
March 25th & 26th
U14G March 26 vs. CMF at Town Centre
Surrey United U-14 girls found themselves down by a goal at halftime to Metro-Ford this past Saturday at Town Center. It was a slow start for United, and poor defensive shape ultimately lead to Coquitlam’s first goal, a breakaway.
Surrey did not look up for the challenge starting the second half. Coquitlam managed to slot in another goal late in the half to finish off the game 2-0.
U18G-98/99 vs. CMF – Whitecaps Showcase League Game – NAP
Surrey United girls faced Coquitlam Metro Ford in a great physical battle from start to finish. The Surrey girls fought hard, with 25 minutes left we only had two 98s on the field with four 99s and five 00s because of injuries and fatigue from the Friday Showcase game. As always we had chances to put them away, but could not convert our chances. The game ended 0-0, but was a very fast and entertaining game.
U18G-98 vs. Mountain 99 – Whitecaps Showcase League Game – NAP
Surrey United defeated Mountain 99 6-0 in league play March 26 on the second day of the Whitecaps Showcase. SU controlled the entire game and put on a great display of scoring from beautiful build-ups. Every player contributed but the scorers were Violet Bacon with two, Montana Leonard with two, and Liesanne Musico and Jessica Galbraith with one each. Abby Hunt earned the shutout.
U14B vs. CFM at Town Centre
On Saturday, March 26 Surrey United battled Coquitlam Metro Ford in Coquitlam. United came out strong, dominating the first half 2-0, with goals by Malachi Emerson and Hayden Johnson.
In the second half of the match, Coquitlam answered back with two goals of their own early on, making it anyone’s match for the taking. However, in the final third of the match, pick-up player Bhagvir Sidhu from the U13 BCPL team scored the game winning goal off a great cross from Simon Colyn, heading it from the back post into the net. This match ended in a 3-2 victory for Surrey over CMF.
U15B vs. CMF – Whitecaps Showcase League Game – Newton Athletic Park
The U-15 boys started the game off slow against Metro Ford, with Metro Ford having most of the possession of the ball. Metro Ford had chances but couldn’t capitalize until they scored a shot just within the eighteen-yard box making the score 1-0. The rest of the half was slow with both teams having possession of the ball with no real chances.
The second half was much better for Surrey United by catching Metro Ford on their back foot. Metro Ford had their first chance of the half and won a free kick on the edge of the box. Metro Ford managed to score direct from the free kick making the score 2-0. Surrey United really started attacking and had many chances. Nearing the end of the game Surrey managed to pull one back making the score 2-1. The final whistle blew with Metro Ford winning 2-1.