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Our EDSL Champions Cup winner CA Tumi will be representing the EDSL in this year Sal Rapaglia ENY Tournament of Champions

September 20th 2019 – Varrazano Sport Complex in Brooklyn NY or Drier Offerman Park.

EDSL CA Tumi vs State Flamhaft Cup Sporting (CSL)
State Manning Cup Pancyprians vs Winner of (CSL vs LISL)

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CA Tumi is the EDSL Champion League Winner 2019

CA Tumi will be representing the EDSL in this year Sal Rapaglia ENY Tournament of Champions scheduled for the 3rd Sunday or September 20th 2019 at the Verrazano Sport complex in Brooklyn NY or Drier Offerman Park. CA Tumi will be facing the same team that they faced in the State Flamhaft Cup final this past June Sporting from the CSL in their first round. The other game will see the Pancyprians who were the winner of the State Manning Cup and the champions of the CSL vs the LISFL winner.

Tumi did not miss their highest scorer Cecar Ceja since #15 Pedritis Alexander scored all 3 of their goals on the 7th 62nd and 77th minute of the game. Tallawah did score with their leader and manager Junior Elleston at the 66th minute and had opportunities to tie the game but could not and as they pushed up looking for an equalizer got hit with a counterattack that secured the first win for CA Tumi.

This is the 9th year of the EDSL Tournament of Champions and we have had 9 different winners

2011 Caribbean Strikers
2012 Germania
2013 San Onofre
2014 Real Sociedad
2015 South Stars
2016 Westchester CF
2017 Kelmendi
2018 La Herradura
2019 CA Tumi

I would like to thank all officials and the teams that participated in this year tournament for the sportsmanship that was exhibited by all.
Also on a personal note I would like to thank all that volunteered from the board in ensuring that the tournament was a great success.

Thank you Cesar, Augie, German, Albino Casimir and Gallo.

Below you will find all the results and schedule of this year EDSL Tournament of Champions
EDSL CHAMPIONS CUP 2019

June 23, 2019

Game #1 – 10:00 AM El Salvador (LDY #1) 1 vs Unity (Open #2) * 1* PK’s 5-6
Game #2 – 11:30 AM CA Tumi (Port Chester #1) 5 vs S. Lorenzo La Cuadra (LDY #3) 1
Game #3 – 01:00 PM Tallawah (Open #1) 3 vs Paraguay (Port C. #3) 2
Game #4 – 02:30 PM San Onofre (P. C. #3) 1 vs Pumas (LDY #2) 1 PK’s 3-0

Game #5 – 04:00 PM Unity 0 vs CA Tumi 0 PK’s 5-6
Game #6 – 05:30 PM Tallawah 3 vs San Onofre 1

June 30, 2019 2018 Champions cup Final

Game #7 – 10:00 AM CA Tumi 3 vs Tallawah 1

Winner $1,750 with Player’s Gold Medals

Finalist $750 with Player’s Silver Medals

EDSL OVER 30 Final

Posted by Eastern District Soccer League at Jul 1, 2019 11:52AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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*Germania versus Washingtonville, Played on June 23 at East Fishkill sports complex.

Both teams came ready to play. Germania were wearing their sky blue kits, as Washingtonville wore their Yellow alternate tops. The match was cleanly played with neither team making many errors to keep the opponents scoring opportunities at a minimum. The majority of the match was played in the middle third of the pitch with both teams just trying to keep possession.
Germania was first to score at about 15 minutes in. A workman type goal that the Washingtonville keeper was unable to keep out of the back of the net. Washingtonville scored the equalizer 10 minutes later on a rebound that was smashed to left of the Germania keeper from 12 yards out. Washingtonville then took the lead a few moments later off a tough break for Germania when the keeper made an aggressive play to block the ball after a heavy touch from a Washingtonville striker only to have the ball ricochet off him and into the goal. Washingtonville 2-1 at half.

The heat and injuries played a factor. Both teams losing a player, with Germania losing a striker who was pressuring everyone and creating havoc, and Washingtonville, losing a marking back who was a big part of their build up from the back. Germania ties the match after 10 minutes, the winger who scored their first goal wisely headed the ball down into the ground off a long cross bounced over the keeper into the top of the net.

Germania then takes a 3-2 lead a few minutes later on a counter where the striker calmly chips the Washingtonville goalie as he tried to come out and make a play.

Washingtonville having a golden opportunity to tie the match with 15 minutes left was thwarted by the Germania keeper coming out cutting the angle and getting his glove on the ball to stop it from going in near post. As Washingtonville was pushing to try to tie the match Germania had some opportunities to score on counters that were coolly handled by Washingtonville’s center back as they were out numbered.
In the 90th minute after a quick throw down the left side near the end line a Washingtonville player was able to flick the ball across the field over the Germania keeper as a Washingtonville striker slid in volleying the ball from 6 yards out hitting the right post crossing the goal line, tying the game at 3-3
Seconds later the referee blows the whistle. Straight to Penalties. In the best of 5 Washingtonville wins 3-1 as the Washingtonville keeper made 3 fantastic saves in a row.

Courtesy of Konstantinos

OnFleming Field Yonkers NY – June 23rd 2019**

CA Tumi and Tallawah to meet for the final on June 30th at 10 a.m.
Tallawah reached the final by winning over Paraguay 3-2 in their first round and another win over San Onofre in the semifinal.
CA Tumi won a convincing first round over 5-1 over San Lorenzo La Cuadra, but had a very difficult semifinal win over Unity after ending regulation time 0-0. Both Tumi and Unity did miss their highest goal scorers and could not capitalize on their many goal scoring opportunities during the game and their PK’s. Tumi did win after 8 PK’s and scored 6 goals to Unity 5 out of 8.

Would like to thank all participants for the great sportsmanship and fair play exhibited throughout the day.
Thank you also go to Augie, Cesar, Albino and Gallo and all the referees for helping out with our tournament
Now T&T (Tallawah and Tumi) will meet to claim this year tournament of champions title and put their name on the cup.
Both teams are already winners since they will both receive monetary prizes and players medals.

Below you will find all scores recap.

EDSL CHAMPIONS CUP 2019

Winner $1,750 Finalist $750

June 23, 2019

Game #1 – 10:00 AM El Salvador (LDY #1) 1 vs Unity (Open #2) * 1* PK’s 5-6
Game #2 – 11:30 AM CA Tumi (Port Chester #1) 5 vs S. Lorenzo La Cuadra (LDY #3) 1
Game #3 – 01:00 PM Tallawah (Open #1) 3 vs Paraguay (Port C. #3) 2
Game #4 – 02:30 PM San Onofre (P. C. #3) 1 vs Pumas (LDY #2) 1 PK’s 3-0

Game #5 – 04:00 PM Unity 0 vs CA Tumi 0 PK’s 5-6
Game #6 – 05:30 PM Tallawah 3 vs San Onofre 1

June 30, 2019 2018 Champions cup Final

Game #7 – 10:00 AM CA Tumi vs Tallawah

Winner $1,750 with Player’s Gold Medals

Finalist $750 with Player’s Silver Medals

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Columbus Park Port Chester NY Sunday May 19th 6:30PM

CA Tumi reached that ever elusive state cup final by defeating PDB Irish Rovers 5-4 on PK’s.
The first half ended 0-0 after Tumi missed 2 goal opportunities with their highest goal scorer Geraldo Ceja.
Rovers did score first at the 50th minute with #2 Matt Burke smart shot to an empty goal after Tumi goalie mishandled a cross.
Tumi then attacked recklessly trying to level the score and at the 78th minute had the misfortune or losing Cesar Ceja their highest scorer to a red card.
Even though Tumi now was down to 10 men they continued to attack and Rovers defended well and relied on a counter attack for their opportunities.
At the 78th minute #17 Frank Lara tied the game on a free kick on the right of the 18 yard line which curled in on the left corner of the net.
Scored remained 1-1 after regulation and 3 minutes of regulation time added.
A total of 6 PK’s were taken by both teams, Rovers missed the third and six, while Tumi missed only their 5th kick.
After the game CA Tumi was presented with the regular championship trophy cup by the EDSL President Peter Pinori, past president Albino Guimaraes and Port Chester Chairman Cesar Aliaga. CONGRATULATION CA TUMI!!!!

CA Tumi still has an EDSL Playoff semifinal game to play vs San Onofre to decide who will be playing the $1,000 final vs Unity on 6/2/19.