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The excitement builds as Niagara United's CSL and reserve team prepare to play their home openers this Saturday, May 25. This amazing double header night starts with the Reserve game kicking off at 4pm, followed by the First team kicking off at 7pm. After a powerful 3-0 win last Saturday, the Reserve team is looking to keep the momentum going with a win tomorrow against [read full story]
Niagara United Reserves got off to a flying start to the 2013 season with a resounding 3-0 away victory to Serbia. Niagara controlled the play from the opening whistle and created some quality scoring chances that the Serbian keeper did well to keep out of his goal. The best scoring chance came off the head of Scott Crichton from a corner crossed in by Michael [read full story]
Niagara United played their second away game in three days, struggling against adverse weather conditions in Waterloo. However, just like in London on Friday, Niagara came home with only a single point. Throughout the game, gale force winds and long patches of snow and hail littered the field and made play nearly impossible. Waterloo controlled the play for long stretches of the first half but [read full story]
Niagara United opened the 2013 season on the road in London Friday May 10 and came away with a 0-0 tie. Very soggy conditions made play at the TD Waterhouse Stadium very challenging for both teams. Niagara played well in the first half and had a number of chances to open the scoring. Preston Corporal narrowly missed from inside the 18 yard box followed shortly [read full story]
When Niagara United lost in the quarter-final of the Second Division playoffs last season, it was considered an upset. The reserve team coach, however, wasn’t upset. James McGillivray said afterwards that the season was about developing players. “You gotta look at it like, ‘Do you have four or five guys who can step up and go to the CSL team next year?’” he said after the 2-1 defeat [read full story]
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