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C.A. TUMI is the new 2017 CHAMPION

Posted by Open-Port Chester at Oct 12, 2017 12:40PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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The Port Chester Soccer League has a new Champion. Club Atletico Tumi has again obtain the championship by defeating the young team Port Chester SC U21 by the score of 3-2.
C.A Tumi adds one more star to their long participation in organized leagues. This will be the 8th star for the Port Chester Soccer League founded in 1994. Pierre Caceda, Kevin Riveros and Cesar Maldonado score for Tumi and Yeison Soto and Abraham Ferrero discounted for Port Chester SC.
Well played game from beginning to end with two different strategies with Tumi controlling the ball and building plays that could hurt the Port Chester defense. On the other hand a very young and fast team with quick passes to surprise Tumi while counter attacking.

Congratulation to both teams for the excellent sportsmanship show on the field

THE FINALISTS

Posted by Open-Port Chester at Sep 14, 2017 9:54AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Two semifinals were played on Sunday September 10th at Columbus Park Port Chester
The outcome were simply surprises, PCSC U21 beat the all-time favorite Deportivo La Maquina by 4-1. La Maquina with their full squad could not penetrate the very well positioned PCSC defensive line. PCSC open up the score at 7th minute of the first half, with a 2-0 in the scoreboard both teams ended the first half.
In the second half, La Maquina try to shorten the difference by making fresh substitutions but end up falling in a disarray complicating things even more. At the 20th PCSC score again making an uphill battle for La Maquina; they discounted on a penalty kick at minute 31 and with a 3-1 against, La Maquina insisted unsuccessfully to shorten the score. Finally the game ended up with 4-1 in favor of the young team Port Chester Soccer Club U21. This team is the first time participating in an adult league and becoming already a finalist.
The second game was scheduled for 4:00 p.m. between C.A. Tumi vs Cortlandt FC. Quite an expectation for this game since Cortlandt FC defeated C.A Tumi in their last encounter for the regular season.
Contrary to our expectations Tumi took an early lead at the 6th minute of the first half. Surprisingly, the first half ended with a 2-0 lead for Tumi after Juan Nunez took a beautiful air ball shot. Early in the second half Tumi, Abdul score again and shortly after Cortlandt FC put the score 3-1.
A rain of goals followed the minutes after Cortland woke up, Tumi scored the 4th, 5th and 6th, and 7th goals one after another; Cortlandt FC discounted twice after that. The final score tells the rest of the story with a 10-4 lead C.A. Tumi has become once again the other finalist.

THE FINALISTS

Posted by Cesar Aliaga at Sep 14, 2017 9:54AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Two semifinals were played on Sunday September 10th at Columbus Park Port Chester
The outcome were simply surprises, PCSC U21 beat the all-time favorite Deportivo La Maquina by 4-1. La Maquina with their full squad could not penetrate the very well positioned PCSC defensive line. PCSC open up the score at 7th minute of the first half, with a 2-0 in the scoreboard both teams ended the first half.
In the second half, La Maquina try to shorten the difference by making fresh substitutions but end up falling in a disarray complicating things even more. At the 20th PCSC score again making an uphill battle for La Maquina; they discounted on a penalty kick at minute 31 and with a 3-1 against, La Maquina insisted unsuccessfully to shorten the score. Finally the game ended up with 4-1 in favor of the young team Port Chester Soccer Club U21. This team is the first time participating in an adult league and becoming already a finalist.
The second game was scheduled for 4:00 p.m. between C.A. Tumi vs Cortlandt FC. Quite an expectation for this game since Cortlandt FC defeated C.A Tumi in their last encounter for the regular season.
Contrary to our expectations Tumi took an early lead at the 6th minute of the first half. Surprisingly, the first half ended with a 2-0 lead for Tumi after Juan Nunez took a beautiful air ball shot. Early in the second half Tumi, Abdul score again and shortly after Cortlandt FC put the score 3-1.
A rain of goals followed the minutes after Cortland woke up, Tumi scored the 4th, 5th and 6th, and 7th goals one after another; Cortlandt FC discounted twice after that. The final score tells the rest of the story with a 10-4 lead C.A. Tumi has become once again the other finalist.

THE FINALISTS

Posted by Cesar Aliaga at Sep 14, 2017 9:54AM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Two semifinals were played on Sunday September 10th at Columbus Park Port Chester
The outcome were simply surprises, PCSC U21 beat the all-time favorite Deportivo La Maquina by 4-1. La Maquina with their full squad could not penetrate the very well positioned PCSC defensive line. PCSC open up the score at 7th minute of the first half, with a 2-0 in the scoreboard both teams ended the first half.
In the second half, La Maquina try to shorten the difference by making fresh substitutions but end up falling in a disarray complicating things even more. At the 20th PCSC score again making an uphill battle for La Maquina; they discounted on a penalty kick at minute 31 and with a 3-1 against, La Maquina insisted unsuccessfully to shorten the score. Finally the game ended up with 4-1 in favor of the young team Port Chester Soccer Club U21. This team is the first time participating in an adult league and first time becoming a finalist.
The second game was scheduled for 4:00 p.m. between C.A. Tumi vs Cortlandt FC. Quite an expectation for this game since Cortlandt FC defeated C.A Tumi in their last encounter for the regular season.
Contrary to our expectations Tumi took an early lead at the 6th minute of the first half. Surprisingly, the first half ended with a 2-0 lead for Tumi after Juan Nunez took a beautiful air ball shot. Early in the second half Tumi, Abdul score again and shortly after Cortlandt FC put the score 3-1.
A rain of goals followed the minutes after Cortland woke up, Tumi scored the 4th, 5th and 6th, and 7th goals one after another; Cortlandt FC discounted twice after that. The final score tells the rest of the story with a 10-4 lead C.A. Tumi has become once again the other finalist.

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PORT CHESTER PLAYOFF RESULTS

Posted by Cesar Aliaga at Sep 7, 2017 1:38PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

+Sunday, September 10th, 2017
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Consolation Playoffs*+
Deportivo Guatemala BYE
12:45p.m. CAT Masters 3 vs Port Chester United 5
Semifinals:
02:00 p.m. Deportivo La Maquina 1 vs PCSC U21 4
04:00 p.m. C.A. Tumi 10 vs Cortlandt FC 4

Good luck to all