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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!!!!
5/5/19 @10 AM Pelton Field Yonkers
Unity vs Ossining Portuguese 3-2
Unity scored the first 2 goals in the first half, one by Captain Nicholas Dodd who dribbled 2 defenders and took an unstoppable shot.
The second goal came when #14 of Unity scored on a deflection by a defender, Ossining defense stopped and was calling offside which made easy for #14 Jamel Thompson to score.
Ossining as able to cut the lead when Daniele Iamicelli who scored on a Pk toward the end of the first half.
In the second half Ossining could had tied the score but the direct free kick hit the cross bar.
Unity also had opportunities to score and finally did again with the second goal by captain Nicholas Dodd.
Ossining changed their formation to an attacking one and did score with a header with their forward Sam Griswald making the final score 3-2 for Unity.
Unity will play the final next Sunday at 6:30pm at Columbus Park with the winner of AC Tumi vs San Onofre.
5/5/10 @6:30PM Columbus Park Port Chester NY
AC Tumi vs San Onofre 4-4
I want to say that this was the best game I did attend this year and want to thank both Casmir Krempa and Cesar Aliaga for attending it with me.
The game was played mostly under torrential rain, but it did not “tarnish” the performance by both teams.
San Onofre scored the first 3 goals of the game and ended the first half with a lead of 3-0 with Manuel Gonzalez scoring on a PK.
CA Tumi fought back and scored to make it 3-1 and again making it 3-2. San Onofre than scored again with 10 minutes left in the game 4-2.
This is when San Onofre decided to protect their lead and basically barricaded themselves making the old Italian “catenaccio”.
CA Tumi continue their attacks and where able to make the score 4-3. In extra time AC Tumi did score their tying goal and the game ended tied 4-4 with their highest scorer Cesar Ceja.
The Penalties kicks where started by Tumi who scored 3 of the 4 PK’s taken San Onofre GK Juarez Cholo did save one shot, San Onofre scored on all 3 PK’s taken, when the forth was being taken the lights went out and the game had to be abandoned.
We will finish the PK’s shoot out this Saturday night at Columbus park to see who will be Unity opponent for the final.
Again let me congratulate both CA Tumi and San Onofre on last night incredible game!
This week I was able to attend 3 of the 4 Open matches, 2 matches in Yonkers Pelton field and 1 match in Port Chester Columbus Park.
The first match in the morning at 10am saw Tallawah beat Ossining Portuguese 4-1, going from 5th place to 3rd. The second match of the day at Pelton welcomed San Onofre and their high scoring team with 46 goals vs Yonkers Ukrainians. Yonkers Ukrainians went up 1 goal and kept a clean sheet for most of the first half.
The Ukrainian Captain and center back Ivan Gryniuk went down injured and had to leave the game. Second half came and San Onofre scored 6 times with the EDSL leading scorer Manuel Gonzalez scoring 2 goals for his side, he now has 22 goals and is 8 clear of Cesar Ceja of AC Tumi who also scored one goal at an incredible game under the lights at Columbus park. Unity went up and was leading in the first half 3-1. Tumi came back in the second half with 5 goals making the score 6-5.
The last game Junior FC travelled to Poughkeepsie to face of vs Germania which won 5-2Over all there was 31 goals scored in 4 games that is an average of almost 8 goals per game.
Wanted to wish both CA Tumi and Yonkers Ukrainians good luck on their matches for the state cup games this upcoming week end.
The big game this week end was first place CA Tumi travelling to Poughkeepsie to face second place Germania. The game ended 1-1 with Germania scoring in the 12 minute and Tumi tying the game at 65th minute. Standings remained unchanged on the top. The big winners of this week where Unity who beat Junior 4-1 and Tallawah beat Yonkers Ukrainians 4-2. This 2 results took Unity from 4th to 3rd place and Tallwah from 6th to 5th place.
On the discipline front Yonkers Ukrainians are still the most discipline team with only 11 yellow and 0 red cards in 12 games.
The highest scorer in our Open division continues to be Manuel Gonzalez with 20 goals in only 7 games played. He scored all 3 goals for San Onofre on Sunday vs Ossining Portuguese 2 goals to give his team a victory. Remember 2 weeks ago he had scored 4 goals for his team.
Below and attached you will find the discipline chart and the scorer table.
Next week 3/31/19 there was a change in time for AC Tumi vs Unity which will be at 6:30pm Columbus Park under the lights.
Eastern District Soccer League Annual Holiday Party
The Eastern District Soccer League held its annual Holiday Party this past Sunday at Casellato’s in Elmsford. Over 50 people attended this gala event. President Peter Pinori thanked everyone for coming and although the party was titled “Holiday Party” Peter clarified that the main theme was “thank you”. Everyone in attendance graciously volunteers their time, without any compensation, to promote the game of soccer. With over 150 teams representing thousands of soccer players the work required to meet the demands of everyone takes more than a handful of people. Peter was so appreciative of everyone’s work that he took the time to visit every table and introduced each volunteer to the room. Nothing was scripted, he spoke with ease as he mentioned just a few of the accomplishments of each person. He also specifically thanked the spouses and “better halves” for putting up with the phone calls, late night meetings and probably spending too much time at the soccer field.
James Bowne Elected to Eastern District Soccer League’s Hall of Fame
The highlight of the party was the induction of James Bowne into the Eastern District Soccer Hall of Fame. His list of accomplishments and support for the Eastern District Soccer League and the game of soccer is truly outstanding. From organizing and running leagues, scheduling and assigning officials James is in the forefront of getting things done. The Eastern District Soccer League has stringent rules and regulations for selection into the Hall of Fame, and James was a unanimous, first ballet inductee. It is truly our pleasure to have someone of James caliber a member of EDSL Hall of Fame.
Courtesy of Auguie Cambria