Nate Gatenby of Turn-Key Controls stretches out for the ball as he battles Evan Frederick of NET in North Okanagan Soccer League action Wednesday night at MacDonald Park.

Nate Gatenby of Turn-Key Controls stretches out for the ball as he battles Evan Frederick of NET in North Okanagan Soccer League action Wednesday night at MacDonald Park.

Timber remain perfect on pitch

Five minutes were all North Enderby Timber needed to keep its perfect North Okanagan Soccer League season intact.

Five minutes were all North Enderby Timber needed to keep its perfect North Okanagan Soccer League season intact.

NET (9-0-0) opened the scoring five minutes in and went on to a 4-0 win over city rivals Turn-Key Controls Wednesday at MacDonald Park.

Kyle Fertile sent in Brent Poulsen on the breakaway, and Poulsen beat Turn-Key (4-4-1) keeper Gregg Douma with one touch to the top corner.

Poulsen continued to roll 10 minutes later when Dan Aikema played a perfectly weighted long ball over top of everyone, letting Poulsen outrun the defence before cutting the ball back around the lanky Turn-Key defender and beating Douma low.

Finlay McPhie added some insurance in the second half on a penalty kick after he was taken down on a breakaway.

Fertile capped the timber offence on a beautiful solo effort beating multiple defenders and the controllers’ keeper.

Victor Gouchee earned his third clean sheet in a row making multiple all star saves.

In the other all-Vernon derby, Monashees and Peters Tirecraft played to scoreless draw at Mac Park.

Brock Ream did a great job distributing the ball in the midfield, while forwards Justin Mitchell and Clark Richardson provided a ton of spark up front for Peters Tirecraft (1-5-3), who maintain a one-point lead over Monashees (1-6-2) at the bottom of the table.