Andrew Stein of North Enderby Timber

Timber topple Tirecraft 7-0

Both teams were short men but NET Timbers prevailed 7-0 over Peters Tirecraft Sunday night

The 10-man North Enderby Timber ambushed the nine-man Peters Tirecraft 7-0 in North Okanagan Soccer League play Sunday night at the Greater Vernon Athletic Park.

Joe Binns opened the scoring on a nifty move around a defender and burying it shortside on the cheating Tirecraft keeper. Binns added an assist minutes later, cutting a low cross into Gabriel Price who tapped in the cross.

Price added further insurance on a sweet back-heel flick off of an Andy Stein cross. Stein added a goal of his own in the second half by heading in a Menno Burnet long ball.

Burnet then scored the goal of the night on a 30-yard outswinging cannon that went bar down determined to be in by using goal-line technology.

Brodie Couch added a late tally, finishing off a breakaway after being sent in by birthday boy Brent Poulsen.

Poulsen finished the scoring after being stymied all night, hitting three posts and being denied point blank by the keeper. NET is 6-1, Tirecraft 2-5.

Bret Korberg scored twice as Monashee Surveying FC upended Turn-Key Controls 4-2 in NOSL play Sunday night at MacDonald Park.

Korberg, who was chosen the Burger King Man of the Match, went bar down for one of his tallies. Isaiah Wenger and Chris Swinburn added breakaway goals as Monashee improved to 7-1. Turn-Key dipped to 2-4.

Tree Brewing FC of Lake Country bounced Vernon Kal Tire 2-1 in Kelowna Tree Brewing Men’s 35+ Soccer League play Thursday night at Marshall Field. Ryan Sharp started the scoring early for Kal Tire with a low corker that burned through the Lake Country keeper.

Kal Tire had more chances in the half but couldn’t finish. The Brewers answered with a rifle shot that keeper Bobby Zalcik got a piece of before it hit the netting.

Play went back and forth for a while before Tree Brewing got the winner when a cross that seemed to be outside the lines was headed back and then in the net. Tree Brewing improved to 5-1, while the Tiremen dipped to 1-3-2.

Vernon takes on Penticton Masters next Thursday night at Kelowna City Park. Ram Environmental clipped the Salmon Arm Beer Badgers 5-4, while Executive Flooring Inc/Enco shaded Mission Cleaners 3-2.

Meanwhile, Glenn Jones earned the Krispy Kreme Man of the Match for a gorgeous goal as Kal Tire upended Summerland Rockets 4-1 in 55+ league play Thursday night at City Park.

Jones turned and buried a scorching left-footer roof daddy at 13 minutes to jumpstart the 3-4 Vernon attack in the 10th minute.

Denis Chabot netted the winner at 33 minutes, while Tom Ouchi and Chris Odermatt added insurance tallies in support of Pete (The Heat) Richter, who played despite illness. Andy Burt replied late for Summerland (5-3).

The Silver Stars shaded Penticton TC United 2-1 at Rosewood Park in West Kelowna. The Stars went ahead when Mark Wasylyk converted midway through the first half.

Tony Munoz huffed and puffed hard for Penticton, but Kenny Rath, debuting in goal, was in good form, making several instinctive saves.

The Stars (4-1-1) added an insurance goal from midfielder Dick Markin in the second half, while Toth buried a 35-yard free kick for Penticton (5-3).

The Sunterra Custom Homes Sista’s shut out Collaborate Wellness 3-0 in Division 2 women’s play Thursday night. Kris Fuller allowed the first two goals, one a breakaway by Andrea Zubot. Dana Lazar took the keeper mitts in the second half and made a daring challenge, only to watch the ball sail into the empty net.

Marissa Fehr hustled up front and Bryanna Cole rocked defence and forward for Collaborate, who got some killer moves on long runs from Brea Ververda. The Sportsmanship Lady of the Match went to Hailey Noakes.

Tania Wirachowsky and Carmen Kinniburgh also scored for the Sista’s.

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