Nanaimo United ties home game

Nanaimo United tied Comox Valley United 2-2 score on Saturday night in VISL Div. 1 action at Merle Logan Field.

Nanaimo United was able to pick up a point in its home opener.

The city’s Div. 1 Vancouver Island Soccer League side tied Comox Valley United by a 2-2 score on Saturday night at Merle Logan Field.

Meshari Alabbasi and Daragh Fitzgerald scored for the home team and Davis Stupich was chosen Nanaimo’s man of the match.

GAME ON … United (0-1-2) will try for its first win of the season this Saturday (Oct. 8) as it takes on Campbell River Cermaq at 7 p.m. at Merle Logan Field. Admission to United home games is always free.

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