CAT Match 15 – Surrey United “C”

Kickoff: 2pm Sunday January 30, 2011 at Cloverdale Athletic

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3-game win streak. Goalkeeper Paulo Henrique was a late scratch as he was feeling the ill-effects of the previous night’s hotdog, meaning that player-coach Derrick Freedman was forced into action, and special guest coach Haydn “Tinkerman” Pritchard would run the sideline just as he had previously done in a 4-1 victory over Tsawwassen earlier in the month.

Rino’s started extremely brightly with the midfield combination of Vinny Martin, Ryan Arceneaux, Declan Hill, and Chris Thompson thoroughly controlling possession of the ball. The defensive unit, anchored by Cooper and Hawk was playing so well that fullbacks Oscar Simey and Ashkan Khosrovi were granted license to roam up the wings. After a number of close calls the breakthrough finally came through on a corner kick. After 3 successive headers in the goalmouth, Cooper rose majestically above all others and headed the ball into the back of the net. Shortly thereafter, the lead was doubled when a Vinny Martin cross was met by Tim Pritchard who steered the ball past the bewildered keeper. Rino’s kept up the pressure and were rewarded late in the half as Ashkan made a penetrating run into the Surrey penalty area and squared the ball to Vinny who had no problem finishing it off to give Rino’s a 3-nil lead heading into the break.

Half time brought a number of changes including the introductions of Corby O’Genski, Robin Davies, Shawn Wilhelm, and the two Ben’s — Motum and Cougny — the fortunes of whom would be varied. The 4th goal was born on the boot of Cougny who drifted wide to the right and received the ball. A couple of quick steps gave him the space to whip in a cross that was well battled for by Wilhelm. His lay off was met by Vinny Martin who’s driven shot was deflected by a Surrey defender into the bottom corner of the net. Meanwhile, Motum received the first caution of the game as he was adjuged to have impeded a Surrey winger on the left flank. Not content with the 4-goal lead Rino’s continued to push forward, and while coach Pritchard continued to juggle the lineup holes began to appear in the defense. A breakaway was thwarted by Freedman as he rushed from his line and spread himself large enough that the onrushing forward was forced to skew his shot wide of the net. This should have been a warning sign, but it went unheeded. Surrey’s left wing managed to get inside of Khosrovi and his point blank shot was saved by Freedman while Ash scrambled back to the goalline to clear the rebound. What earlier looked like a sure clean sheet hung in the balance now as Surrey pressure continued to mount. With just 2 minutes remaining a Surrey forward who may or may not have started in an offside position came tearing up the centre of the pitch. Motum did his best to keep up with him, and while any number of tugs or pulls could have be construed by the referee as a foul, it was not until the player reached the penalty area and lost control of the ball that the whistle blew. A penalty shot was awarded, and Mr. Motum was sent off. From 12 yards out, one crack of the boot put an end to 178 minutes of scoreless netminding, but the 4-1 victory was comprehensive enough. One would hope that if nothing else it would be a lesson learned on defending a lead.

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