Cermaq remains undefeated

Inaugural season continues with 4-0 win this weekend

CCWFC maintained their perfect start to their inaugural Division Two season with a comfortable 4-0 win over Castaways this past Saturday afternoon. Castaways arrived with only eight players and should be commended on a spirited effort. Indeed it was only two-nil at the half and Wave  goalkeeper Wylie Roberts had to be alert to two counter attacks by the travelling Victoria outfit.

It was Matt Woof that got the Cermaq Wave on the scoreboard with a tidy finish inside the penalty area. Shane Dumanoir doubled the lead after 36 minutes with a towering header off an Eddie Lawson corner. The second half saw much of the same with the Castaways defending with great heart and the Wave trying their best to break down the well-organized and resolute defence.  Woof scored his second of the game after 81 minutes and the fourth and final goal was tapped in by Peter McWilliams.

Next weekend Cermaq face their toughest test of the season so far with a trip to Cowichan on Saturday night.

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