United draws with Prospect Lake

Nanaimo United was able to score a tie on the road this past weekend and now a much tougher test looms. United (2-2-2) drew with Prospect Lake on Saturday in Victoria in Vancouver Island Soccer League Div. 1 men’s action.

Nanaimo United was able to score a tie on the road this past weekend and now a much tougher test looms.

United (2-2-2) drew with Prospect Lake on Saturday in Victoria in Vancouver Island Soccer League Div. 1 men’s action.

Next on the schedule is a road game Friday (Oct. 28) in Duncan against first-placed Cowichan FC (6-1). Cowichan has outscored opponents 32-1 so far this year.

The next home game for United isn’t until Nov. 19, when Juan de Fuca comes to town.