Archive for: October, 2016

Results from Halloween Weekend

Oct 31 2016 Published by under Club

Friday – Party time!

Thanks to all who were able to make it, and thanks to Sawyer for organizing!

Saturday 10/29:

CPR Men’s Red beat FC Japan 4-1.  Goals: Mack Woodruff (3) and Timur Mone

CPR Men’s Red Reserves lost 0-3 to FC Japan

Sunday 10/30:

CPR Women’s White beat Rovers 3-1.  Goals: Klara Jenkins, Jess Wall, and Anne Drames

CPR Women’s Red fell 8-0 to MKS…a valiant effort with only 8, and eventually down to 7 players

CPR Men’s White drew 2-2 with Panatha USA.  Goals: Jake Joseph & Daniel Miller

CPR Men’s White Reserves beat Panatha USA 4-2.  Goals: Vitaliy Firsov, Roman Scialom & Henrik Rosen (2)

CPR Old Boys fell 0-1 to NY Pancyprian Freedoms Over-30.

CPR Grays beat NY’s Finess SC 5-1.  Goals: Bahaa Ahmed, Phil Zubkowicz, Steve McNally, Chin, and Kareem Reid.

CPR Orange beat BW Gottschee Over-30 2-1.  Goals: CP de Vera and Darran Cronshaw. Doug Breckner with a key penalty save.

CPR Legends beat Banatul 2-0.  Goals: Steve Teesdale and Willian Dandrea.  Telly Vamvoris saved a PK

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Into the Valley of Death rode the 11 Legends…to Victory!

Oct 31 2016 Published by under Legends

A big part of the run of insipid results for the Legends was the difficulty in rousing a full squad.  The optimum game day number had been determined to be 15, but they had managed that number only once in five games including this one.  Against a seemingly resurgent Banatul it was only a few last minute entreaties that established the bare minimum 11 with Mazzi altering his plans to come to the rescue.  Meanwhile the opposition showed up with a full 16 and ready to play across the vast plains of Field #75, a field that could not be less conducive to trying to preserve energy for 90 minutes.

The team started with a 4-4-1 while waiting for Mazzi to arrive, but fairly quickly discovered that Banatul’s record flattered to deceive as most of their cast of characters remained the same.  One of the only teams in the league that made the Legends look positively youthful, they inexplicably chose to play a high line.  The referee blew the whistle a few times but given the (relative) speed of Accordino and Teesdale on the outside this seemed a full hardy strategy.  Meanwhile just when the Legends looked set with 11, Pattinson pulled his groin and had to move from his string pulling defensive midfielder position to forward, gamely wandering around as much as he could.  There was good news too for the Legends though as Teesdale’s superb strike off the underside of the crossbar from a corner gave the Legends a priceless lead.

At half time it was clear the Legends had a real shot at winning, especially since a couple of years previously they had done just that with only 11 players.  It was not going to be a cake walk on the large field however as Banatul were showing good attacking prowess with through balls.  To counter this the Legends were urged to fall back deeper, leaving less space for the through balls and increasing the congesting within the middle of the pitch.  Banatul started launching long balls from the back which CPR were quite comfortable in clearing.  Although the opposition were getting their fair share of chances there were plenty of chances opening up for CPR as well on the counter attack.  Unfortunately it looked like the rearguard would be all for naught as Teesdale looked to go from hero to villain with contact in the box to a Banatul defender who gleefully went down like he’d been shot.  Although it looked like a very soft penalty, in this league it was too close for comfort.  The first crumb of encouragement for the Legends was the distinct reluctance of any Banatul player to step up to take the penalty.  When one finally did, his weak effort was smothered by Vamvouris and the follow up panicked way over the bar.

The air distinctly ebbed out of Banatul while the Legends were given a new lease of life.  The Banatul goalie had to rush out to narrowly beat Teesdale to a one on one and Accordino missed a sitter, but finally the Legends got what they deserved.  Another breakaway saw D’Andrea in acres of space with only a single defender to beat.  Cutting back and forth while ambling closer to the goal he finally got within shooting range and tucked the ball away as befits the Legends all-time scorer.  This turned out to mercifully be the last kick of the game.

D’Andrea took all the time he wanted, twisting and turning the hapless defender before slotting the ball away





With all signs pointing to a grim outcome the Legends somehow managed a victory to take them into second place and a playoff position with a game in hand.  One hopes they can keep the momentum up for the next few games left in the Autumn season.

Competition: Banatul, League Opposition

Location: Randall’s Island Field #75, Randall’s Island

Conditions: Gorgeous Sunday morning, almost too warm

Fans: None.

Result: 2-0, HT: 1-0

Goals: 1-0: Teesdale

2-0: D’Andrea Assist Mazzi

Yellow Cards: An irate Steve Roberts after yet another dirty play by a Banatul player

Red Cards: None

Mike D’s aka No Shows: None

Conboy’s aka Reverse Mike D’s: Mazzi with a welcome last minute appearance

”Mr. Glass” Fragility/Old Man Injury Award: Tom Pattinson disobeyed strict orders not to pull anything with a groin pull, but manfully wandered around the pitch and even took a few corners

Old Man of the Match:  Strong arguments to be had, but Teesdale narrowly edged out Telly with not just the goal but a bustling performance all over the pitch.  In addition to Telly’s penalty save, Accordino gets an honorary mention and would have had a stronger case for OMoM if he hadn’t missed an open goal in the second half.

Old Man of the Bar: Resnik put in a valiant performance on the field and at the bar after getting home at 3am the night before.

El Presidente (new award for Old Men who don’t make it to game but come to the bar): None

Statistic of the week: Finally the first defensive shutout, one that was thoroughly earned all across the field.

Team Bar Showing: 6 out of 11 (55%)

Team Bar Night: 3.5 out of 5. More than half the team made it to the bar and hung around for a fair bit with CPR Orange. 

Team (No new profiles this week): Telly Vamvouris (GK), Drew Faherty (DF), Mark Resnik (DF), Steve Roberts (DF), Oliver Roberts (DF), Eduardo Mazzi (DF), Steve Teesdale, Manohar Venkataraman, Tom Pattinson, Tom Accordino, Willian D’Andrea


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Mistakes and blunt edge render another Legends loss to club rivals Barnstonworth

Oct 26 2016 Published by under Legends

A troubling aspect of the current season is the difficulty in rallying enough squad members for games each week.  This week in particular after much cajoling and persuasion a scant 13 were finally rounded up, including Accordino who had to leave early in the second half.  Meanwhile the opposition only had 11, but certainly seemed in better shape and able to handle the full 90.  Unfamiliarity with positions showed early on with a lack of coordination and team work especially while putting pressure on the opponents.  CPR certainly seemed sluggish compared to their opponents and most of the game was played in the center until an unfortunate mistake at the back led to a simple finish for Barnstonworth.

Despite only playing with 11 Barnstonworth were able to continue putting more pressure on the Legends, who were having trouble maintaining possession in the middle and up front.  Players wandering out of position and not holding the ball up increased the frustration level.  Finally CPR were able to take advantage of the field player playing in goal as Rosenbloom carried the ball 30 yards before calmly slotting the ball into the side netting from outside the box.

At the half CPR still held out hope that an extra substitute would help them but the superior fitness and speed of the opponents negated the advantage.  Although the game looked like a potential stalemate it was another defensive blunder from the Legends that gifted a goal to Barnstonworth.  A hopeful chip in to the area seemed to pose no danger but was inexplicably allowed to bounce at the 3 yard line, the opposition right back nipping in gleefully to score as the several defenders and goalie glaring balefully at each other.  With a distinct lack of speed up front CPR tried to throw more players further up in a numbers game but could not generate any decent chances.  In the end Barnstonworth were the ones who took advantage, a keystone kops comedic sketch in the box finally culminating in a Barnstonworth clincher with the last kick of the game.

It is hard to become too dispirited with the Legends play given the constraints they are playing under.   They won’t get any younger or fitter (or on occasion less hungover).  At this point, they are what they are.

Competition: Barnstonworth Rovers Veterans, League Opposition

Location: Randall’s Island Field #73, Randall’s Island

Conditions: Another lovely Sunday morning.

Fans: Steve Roberts the younger.

Result: 1-3, HT: 1-1

Goals: 1-0: Rosenbloom

Yellow Cards: None.

Red Cards: None

Mike D’s aka No Shows: None

Conboy’s aka Reverse Mike D’s: None.

”Mr. Glass” Fragility/Old Man Injury Award: None despite the paucity of subs

Old Man of the Match:  None, after that dispiriting loss.

Old Man of the Bar: None.

El Presidente (new award for Old Men who don’t make it to game but come to the bar): None

Statistic of the week: Goals either come in bunches or barely at all.  More alarming is the collapse of the usually solid defence.  Not only have there been no shutouts, but no defensive assists either and not less than a goal conceded per game.  Both aspects of the game have to be improved to avoid a lost year.

Team Bar Showing: 6 out of 15 (40%)

Team Bar Night: 3.5 out of 5. Almost 50% with decent longevity counts as above average nowadays, especially coupled with the Grays hanging out. 

Team (No new profiles this week): Telly Vamvouris (GK), Drew Faherty, Mark Resnik (DF), Steve Roberts (DF), Oliver Roberts (DF), Eduardo Mazzi (DF), Bill Rigby (DF), Steve Teesdale, Manohar Venkataraman, Bevan Rosenbloom, Tom Pattinson, Tom Accordino, John Hodges


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Schedule for Saturday Oct 29th (sorry Reds) and Sunday Oct 30th

Oct 25 2016 Published by under Club

Friday 10/28:

CPR Halloween Party, 6pm+ at The Gray Mare (link)

Saturday 10/29:

CPR Men’s Red @FC Japan, 8pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s Red Reserves @ FC Japan 6pm Randalls #75

Sunday 10/30:

CPR Women’s White vs Rovers, 3pm East 6th Street

CPR Women’s Red @ MKS,  11am East 6th Street

CPR Men’s White vs Panatha USA, 4pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s White Reserves vs Panatha USA, 2pm Randalls #75

CPR Old Boys @ NY Pancyprian Freedoms Over-30, 2pm St. John’s University Belson Stadium

CPR Grays @ NY’s Finess SC, 10am Flushing Meadows #8

CPR Orange @ BW Gottschee Over-30, 8am Queens Children’s Hospital

CPR Legends @ Banatul, 8am Randalls #75

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Results from Oct 23rd

Oct 24 2016 Published by under Club

CPR Women’s White lost 1-2 to Shamrocks.  Goal: Kaitlin Dufton

CPR Women’s Red drew 2-2 with NY Smoking Aces.  Goals: Jill Mansfield and Margot.

CPR Men’s White beat Sporting Astoria SC 2-1.  Goals: Alex Presciutti & Carlo Zanetti

CPR Men’s White Reserves lost Sporting Astoria SC 1-2.  Goal: Ivan Cotolea

CPR Men’s Red lost 0-1 to City International FC

CPR Men’s Red Reserves beat City International FC 2-1.  Goals: ? ?

CPR Old Boys lost 1-3 to BW Gottschee Over 30. Goal: Brandon Levy

CPR Grays drew 3-3 with Lansdowne Bhoys Over 30.  Goals: Adil El Mouji, Kareem Reid and Danny Azzo

CPR Orange lost 0-1 to NY Greek Americans

CPR Legends lost 1-3 to Barnstonworth Rovers Veterans.  Goal: Bevan Rosenbloom


CPR Grays score off a free kick

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Typical Cup loss has Legends beaten by younger, faster, thinner, stronger opponents Polonez

Oct 18 2016 Published by under Legends

Cup games for the Legends typically have all the allure of a walk to the Gallows.  The Marth state cup usually draws the Legends against Over 30’s teams who tend to have a significant competitive advantage.  This has led to an overall cup record of 0-8, a record unlikely to be challenged against a Polonez team from Long Island.  As has been surprisingly prevalent this Autumn, the Legends had to scratch and claw to gather a full squad, but that wasn’t apparent given the energetic start they made to the game.  The Legends went toe to toe with Polonez and indeed had the best chance of the early exchanges, a searching cross from Solinas producing a header from Sobczak that bounced off the top of the crossbar.  After the initial skirmishes Polonez started to tighten the screws with a succession of corners but the Legends were able to scramble the balls out.  Eventually the pressure struck as the opponents were finally able to convert their pressure into a goal.


At half time it looked like it would be an uphill battle, but seeing as it was a cup game the Legends were prepared to throw the kitchen sink at Polonez if it came to that.  Sadly, it didn’t.  The age difference really started to tell, along with the difference is size, skill and stamina.  Hodges was bullied off the ball to convert a second goal.  Pressure on the defence resulted in an unfortunate own goal by Accordino.  Bullish strength held off Belizan and a clinical finish produced yet another goal.  Meanwhile the Legends tried valiantly but could not produce any rewards for their efforts.  Once Pattinson went off with a head injury the quality of their set pieces drastically lowered, with balls barely beating the first defender.  Venkataraman thrashed a ball narrowly wide, the same fate that met a shot from D’andrea.  Sobczak hit a ball with venom but straight at the keeper.  It was to be one of those days.

The 6-0 loss was nothing to be ashamed of against that team, and the silver lining was that the Legends played perhaps some of their best football this season.  If they are able to keep up the tempo against teams more their age then they should have a chance to edge up in the league.

The Legends can’t wait to start playing teams their own age











Competition: Polonez, State Cup LI Team

Location: Randall’s Island Field #73, Randall’s Island

Conditions: Gorgeous

Fans: None

Result: 0-6, HT: 0-1






Yellow Cards: None

Red Cards: None

Mike D’s aka No Shows: None

Conboy’s aka Reverse Mike D’s: None

”Mr. Glass” Fragility/Old Man Injury Award: Telly hurt his leg resulting in kicks needing to be taken by Defenders.  Pattinson suffered a head injury but thanks to the generous Over 37 concussion protocols (walk it off) was able to get back on to the field in the second half.

Old Man of the Match:  With a tense atmosphere after having lost the game and their cool, there was no discussion of OMoM.

Old Man of the Bar: Venkataraman put in a solid shift as one of the Tier 1s, making it to a secondary bar with CPR Orange.

El Presidente (new award for Old Men who don’t make it to game but come to the bar): None

Statistic of the week: Although due to two games with extenuating circumstances, the alarming goals conceded by the Legends looks well on the way to breaking a record.  The 21 conceded in 5 games already matches the entire 2013-2014 season and is only one less than the 2012-2013 season.  After a 27 game streak of scoring, the Legends have now been shut out in 2 of their last 3 games.  The ship needs to be righted ASAP.

Team Bar Showing: 2 out of 14 (14%)

Team Bar Night: 2 out of 5. Only two made it out but there was decent longevity with Mad River proving to be a good host.  Welcome representatives of 3 other teams also helped.

Team (No new profiles this week): Telly Vamvouris (GK), Drew Faherty (DF), Mark Resnik (DF), Steve Roberts (DF), Luciano Belizan (DF), Tom Accordino (DF), Steve Teesdale (DF), John Hodges, Tom Pattinson, Manohar Venkataraman, Willian D’Andrea, Sebastian Sobczak, Willian d’Andrea, Jose Castilla


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Reds Reserves Emerge Victorious in State Cup 2016 Opener, 2-1

Oct 18 2016 Published by under Reds

On a glorious Sunday morning, 11 fine souls made their way to Glen Cove in Long Island to take up the CPR Red’s coat of arms against a slightly crazy opposition.  11 fine souls would return victorious, but it wasn’t the same 11?!  Curious, I hear you say.  The stuff of legends, say I!


The day got off to a mixed start.  The bus organized by Berto was a touch of genius.  Great fun heading off to the game together, as a team, with new faces integrating into the club.  Sadly, however, the 8.15 meet (we didn’t actually leave until about 8.45!) was too early for some and we headed to Long Island terrified that we were going to have 9 people and no keeper! The lack of a ball to warm up with also worried the squad, but this was sorted with some quick thinking from BCC and some even quicker driving from Berto.  Upon returning to the ground, low and behold two stragglers in the shape of Ahmed and Brian had turned up – we bloody had 11 and had a warm-up!  We were ready for this now.


The solid back four made the necessity of a goal-keeper superfluous, with the stand-in skipper taking the first stint in goal and barely having a touch to make, save for almost punching Frank in the face as he flapped at a high ball.

But the Reds had started really well.  Moving the ball around the back, Colin providing a very loud and commanding presence at right back, dictating the game with Emilio in the middle with almost a like Alves-Iniesta type relationship.  This duo’s flirting bore fruit after 10 mins, with Colin slipping the marauding Emilio through and the young lad lobbing the keeper to give the Reds a well deserved lead.

This lead was doubled 15 minutes later.  The whole team were working to hard for each other, talking and giving support both in attack and defense.  Gordo on the right, Ahmed on the left were terrorizing the full-backs.  Brian was bringing the midfield into play beautifully and after a couple of disappointing weeks previously, we finally seemed to be playing this game called football.

All of this hard work and slick passing led to Colin picking out debutant Tom, hailing from Amsterdam.  He picked the ball up, almost let his touch get away from him, and then let fly an unstoppable effort that screamed past the oppo keeper.  Two nil – thanks very much.


It could have been three if the aforementioned Dutch striker hadn’t blamed a bobble that let an open goal go begging.  No-one knows how he missed it, all we know is that he was lucky to get away with not having a dirty pint at SideBar after.


Brian was recovering from a groin injury (not to be blamed on a successful Saturday night) and so took over in goal, with BCC stepping alongside the martial J-Barbour in midfield.  He had been controlling the game with the calmness that one expects of such a statesman of the club, and the team were benefiting from it.  The first half ended with it 2-0 to the Reds, with not much more to note except a yellow card for Emilio and the customary outstanding tackling and ball retention from Robin at left back.


Second half was a slightly different story. We were tired and we knew that they were going to come back into the game.  We sat deeper and deeper and had less and less of the ball.  However, we restricted their strikers to mainly long shots to start with – Brian tipping the ball over expertly on both occasions, but then they started getting in behind us and we had a couple of touch spots.  Even with the introduction of Jordan, who managed to make his own way to the game after missing the bus, did little to sway the flow of football.  Indeed, the Reds were left to counter-attacking, which we did well and could have had another coupe of goals themselves, but alas the ball kept sliding wide, agonizingly so from a Jordan chip.


So it was the opposition that scored next.  After Berto managed the highlight of what was an excellent game by taking the ball off the toes of the striker when he was on the line with the goal at his mercy, a corner soon followed.  Frank and the defence had handled these so well to date that they went short.   We thought we had dealt with it but then a ambitious ball came in and through pure luck nestled in the far corner, escaping everyone.  2-1 and a big effort required in the last 20 to seal the win.


Sadly, the Reds then lost a bastion of the team to a nasty injury.  Their right wing had the ball on the edge of the box and looked like he was going to shoot when in stepped Ahmed and took the ball away.  The strikers follow through onto the shin of Ahmed should surely have been a foul, but instead what resulted was a 10 minute interlude where a suspected broken leg caused agony for our fallen solider and frustration for the opposition.  This frustration bubbled over and after Frank was pushed onto the aforementioned Ahmed on the ground, a minor scuffle broke out that had handbags written all over it.


The ambulance was called when we moved the lad off the pitch and the game continued, with a breather looking like it was helping the Reds.  Nothing quite helped the Reds as much as the ref though, who changed 18 mins to go to 13 and then blew-up, leaving the opposition livid!  We weren’t fussed through – it was a deserved win for the travelling pack and SideBar was going to taste juicy!  Well done lads on a hard fought victory – let’s get a beaut cup-run going.  Would also like to report that Ahmed is OK – partial tear in the shin muscle will keep him out for a couple of weeks though.

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Reds Firsts Demolish Long Island Foe in State Cup 2016 Opener, Win 11-2

Oct 18 2016 Published by under Reds

A superb Sunday morning in Oyster Bay was the location for the first leg of the journey to State Cup glory, and it was a good old fashioned hammering. The goals described below are probably not in order because of this!


With an hour or so expected drive the boys were up early at various locations to meet for the 10am kick off. 5 of us piled into the Woodruff Wagon and did the journey in record time, so we arrived 90 minutes prior to kick off.

The rest of the team arrived and after some bald guy had turned up to steal our match ball we warmed up to get used to the dew soaked pitch, which would test everyone’s touches. Luckily, Mike “second touch is a tackle” Lindley was out injured.


A few changes to the team were needed as Blake and Iano were absent, so the stand in skipper Valentine went to right back and Ryan moved to left back.


The opposition squids warmed up with 7 or 8 guys then the rest showed up just before kick off so we needed to start well to punish them, which is what we did by getting the ball down and hitting Fish and Mack early as we could. 5 minutes in a ball was whipped in which their defender misjudged and fell to Mack in the box who curled in a beauty of a strike.

We went 2-0 up after 15 mins after Timur and Fish took a quick free kick and Fish was allowed a free strike from 20 yards which nestled into the bottom corner. We were all surprised to see Fish hit the target from that distance.


Football was clearly our opposition’s second sport given the amount of diving being performed, which was getting on everyone’s nerves as the ref kept giving them the fouls. They did try to actually play the ball out from the back, but they just weren’t good so not the best game plan. Their best player was a shit Neymar look alike who nicked the ball from some sloppy play from us on the edge of the box and he took his finish well lifting it over Pouria.


We were all surprised at it being 2-1 but we upped the tempo and got the ball out wide where the lads had acres of space. Mack danced past a couple of players to the by line with great feet and cut the ball back to Donal, who took a break from twerking and swept home the cross with his left foot.

CPR dominated the possession from then on with Tinners and Brad seeing a lot of the ball and using the full backs often. We were pressing the ball really well in their half and this led to us nicking the ball and it was cut back to Timur who took a touch and slid it home under the keeper to make it 4-1 at the half.


After the collapse of the previous Sunday no one behaved as if the game was over and we wanted to get the first goal of the second half to put it to bed and get back to winning games. It was game over 5 minutes later when Timur was released and used the defender to bend the ball round into the bottom corner.

The other team inevitably collapsed and we decided to hammer them and ruin their weekend, and put is in a good mood for SideBar.


Skipper Valentine split open the back four with a Pirlo-esque pass (sort of) which found Mack who rounded the keeper and coolly slotted home his second of the day. Timur again took on their defense and as he put a ball across the box he was caught late and the ref gave a penalty, which was dispatched by Brad, a seriously good penalty.

Brad and Timur then both scored from headers before Fish channeled his inner Beckham by bending a free kick into the top corner, hate to say it was a beauty.

Fish then bottled his hat trick by going through one on one and squared it to Timur, who got himself a very easy fourth instead.


A good ruthless performance from the boys on the way to win the State Cup!

MOM – Timur (4 goals, 4 assists) Not bad.

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Schedule for Sunday Oct 23rd

Oct 18 2016 Published by under Club

CPR Women’s White @ Shamrocks, 3:30pm New Utrecht

CPR Women’s Red vs NY Smoking Aces 9am East 6th Street

CPR Men’s White @ Sporting Astoria SC, 6pm Evander Childs HS

CPR Men’s White Reserves @ Sporting Astoria SC, 4pm Evander Childs HS

CPR Men’s Red @ City International FC, 6pm Randalls #75

CPR Men’s Red Reserves @ City International FC, 4pm Randalls #75

CPR Old Boys @ BW Gottschee Over 30, 10am Randalls #81

CPR Grays vs. Lansdowne Bhoys Over 30, 10am Randalls #74

CPR Orange vs. NY Greek Americans, 2pm Randalls #74

CPR Legends vs. Barnstonworth Rovers Veterans, 10am Randalls #73

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Our State Cup results from Oct 16th

Oct 17 2016 Published by under Club

CPR Women’s White had a first round bye (defending STATE CUP Champs)

CPR Women’s Red had to advance forfeit to Shamrocks B  STATE CUP

CPR Men’s White beat Olympiacos NY (LISFL) 3-0.  Our goals were via an own goal, Lasse Kokko, and Mouni Kabore FLAMPHAFT CUP

CPR Men’s White Reserves beat City International Reserve (CSL) 1-0.  Goal:Carlo Zanetti  D’ARPINO CUP

CPR Men’s Red thumped OB Park  11-2. Goa(LISFL) Timur Mone (4), Andrew fisher (2), Mack Woodruff (2), Brad Janes (2), Donal O’Cofaigh FLAMHAFT CUP

CPR Men’s Red Reserves beat Forest Park (LISFL) 2-1. Goals: ?? D’ARPINO CUP

CPR Old Boys lost on PKs to Istria (LISFL)  1-1 at the end of regulation. Goal: Dan Hollins in his CPR finale MARTH CUP

CPR Grays lost 1-3 SC Gjoa (CSL) Our goal was via an own goal. MARTH CUP

CPR Orange beat LI Gaels 1-0 (LISFL) Goal:. Ronnie Swinkels   NY MARTH CUP

CPR Legends were shutout 0-6 @ Polonez (LISFL)  MARTH CUP

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