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Nathan Gatenby supplied a deuce as Turn-Key Controls dispatched Monashee Surveying 4-1 Wednesday night at MacDonald Park.

  • Jun. 12, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Nathan Gatenby supplied a deuce as Turn-Key Controls dispatched Monashee Surveying 4-1 in North Okanagan Soccer League action Wednesday night at MacDonald Park.

Gatenby, named Nolan’s Pharmsave Man of the Match, unleashed a left-footed rocket from distance that went top cheddar.

Turn-Key (4-3-1) kept pressing, but Monashee equalied on a breakaway by Nick Croken. Keeper Gregg Douma had no chance.

Lucas Betschler put the Controls squad ahead 2-1 going into the half on a scramble.

The second half saw the temperature cool down but things heated up on the pitch in a highly physical battle.

Gatenby converted on another left-footed strike to put the Controls up 3-1. Preston Tucker put the game away shortly after when he converted a passing play that touched the feet of seven different players before Kanwar Pandher fed Tucker for the tap in.Monashee is 1-6-1.

The North Enderby Timber stayed undefeated as they knocked off pesky Peters Tirecraft 7-0.

The Timber (8-0) opened the scoring in the 30th minute when Evan Frederick tapped in a Brent Poulsen rebound.

NET came out firing in the second half as Kyle Fertile scored on two wicked solo efforts to put the Timber up 3-0.

Patrick Schindler snagged the fourth goal on a powerful header. The Timber then switched to a 4-3-3 and forwards Poulsen, Mo Singogo and Kyle Halvorson all chipped in late goals.

Victor Gouchee earned the clean sheet. Midfielder Brock Reim was the Rockstar Energy Drink Man of the Match for Tirecraft (1-5-2).

In other NOSL play, Courvas stuffed Revelstoke Stallions 6-1 and NOD Eagle Homes clipped the Salmon Arm Outlaws 2-1.