Morning Star Staff
The Turn-Key Ogopogos destroyed the Bosman Accounting playoff party on the final night of the regular season in 2014.
The Pogos again got the best of Bosman in a 2-1 Capri Insurance Men’s 45+ Soccer League victory Monday night at Marshall Field #1.
Ruben Cervantes connected on a corker in the first half off sweet feeds from Brad Conlin and Bryan Schenker. Bosman keeper Yogi Kongsdorf had no chance on the blast.
The Pogos, who enjoyed multiple corners by newbie Rick Danyluk in the first 45 minutes, made it 2-0 early in the second half when Duane Dennis buried a shot off the inside post.
Keeper Bryan Cope and the Turn-Key back four were stingy all night until Henk Bosman moved to striker from the back line for a late goal, set up by Glenn Verdurmen.
Volker Otto patrolled central fullback most of the second half, clearing out many chances with his speed and authoritive kicks. He also made a dazzling run inside the 18 and just missed the top corner with a header off a Danyluk corner.
A yellow card was issued to Bosman defender Gerard Geelkerken for taking down Cervantes.
Johnny Orton and Don Balcombe each scored twice as the Leko Precast Camels shelled the Silver Stars 7-2 at Marshall #4.
Ian Butler and Ron Krause shared the goalkeeping. It was 4-0 Humpbacks at the half.
Ageless Steve Coombs was an anchor on the back line, winning challenges and distributing the ball effectively for the Silver Stars, who were missing nine injured regulars
John (Bugsy) Bugden, with a seeing-eye free kick, and John Matjeka supplied the Stars’ goals.
Brown Benefits shaded North Country Appraisals Kickers 2-1 at Parkinson #16 in Kelowna.
Steve Nader and Chris Young scored for Browns, while Steve Frost replied for North Country.
RPM Automotive shut out Rutland Spirit 5-0.son #9.