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Saturday July 6 at Kalar Park is an important date on the schedule for Niagara United's First Team and Reserve Team. This is the date that St. Catharine's Roma Wolves, United's closest rival, invade Kalar Park looking to steal points from the home sides. Niagara's reserve team are looking to gain all three points to leap frog London back into first place. The reserve squad are [read full story]
Niagara's schedule had expansion Burlington at home this past weekend. Saturday was supposed to be the breakout home game for Niagara United's First Division team after a successful weekend in Toronto, where they picked up four of a possible six points against Croatia and Serbia. The weather and a good sized home crowd was a perfect setting for United to taste victory at home for [read full story]
Niagara United's first team was back on the road less than 48 hours after their first win on Friday night. This time they were back at Centennial Park in Toronto to face the defending champion Toronto Croatia. The first half was a very entertaining contest with both teams pressing for the opening goal. Niagara did a good job of taking away the potent Croatian attack [read full story]
Niagara's Reserve squad continued it's winning ways on Saturday at the Hershey Center in Toronto versus Toronto Croatia. The first half was a very even game with both teams creating good possession and a couple of scoring opportunities. Brad Gemmell in the Niagara net was up to the challenge and kept a clean sheet to half time. The second half was shot into life with [read full story]
Niagara United's first team squad secured their first win of the year on Friday night at Centennial Park in Toronto against Serbian White Eagles. Niagara battled for the full 90 minutes plus stoppage time in a game that neither team created a lot of clear cut scoring chances. In the first half Niagara goalie John Deluca had to be quick off his line to gather [read full story]
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