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Rivers FC collect points on the road

Rivers FC was in men’s and women’s League1 BC soccer action on the Coast on the weekend, squaring off against TSS Rovers on Friday in Burnaby and Altitude FC on Sunday in North Vancouver. Rovers bested Rivers 7-2 in women’s action.
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Josh Banton of Rivers FC evades a tackle last month at Hillside Stadium.

Rivers FC was in men’s and women’s League1 BC soccer action on the Coast on the weekend, squaring off against TSS Rovers on Friday in Burnaby and Altitude FC on Sunday in North Vancouver.

Rovers bested Rivers 7-2 in women’s action. Emily Clark and Talia South bulged the old onion bag in a losing effort.

The Kamloops women earned a 1-1 draw with Altitude, with the North Vancouver club registering an own goal in the contest.

Rivers, with one win, two losses and one draw on the campaign, sit fourth in women’s standings. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (4-0-0) is atop the table.

In men’s play, Rivers and Rovers finished knotted at 0-0, with most of the match played amid heavy rain. Daniel Sagno and Aziz Yousef scored for Rivers in a 2-0 victory over Altitude.

Rivers (1-1-2) is fourth in league standings. Rovers (2-0-2) are in first place.

Both Kamloops sides will toil against Varsity FC on Sunday, June 12, in Vancouver.