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Islanders take over first place
by Paul Kennedy, June 22nd, 2009 7AM
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[USL-1]The Puerto Rico Islanders, last year's USL First Division regular-season champions, are back on top in the USL-1 following a pair of 1-0 wins over the Charleston Battery.

Both wins came on goals in the second half. John Krause's goal in the 90th minute gave Puerto Rico a 1-0 win on Thursday, while Jamaican international forward Nicholas Addleryscored Saturday's winner.

June 18
Cleveland 1 Miami FC 2
Goals:
CLE: Joshua Boateng (Leo Gibson) 20
MIA: Leo Inacio Nunes 58
MIA: Alen Marcina (Paolo Araujo) 61
Att.:1,177

Puerto Rico 1 Charleston 0
Goal:
PR: John Krause 90
Att.:2,019

June 19
Austin 1 Carolina 1
Goals:
CAR: Jamie Watson (Daniel Paladini) 17
AUS: Eddie Johnson (Michael Callahan) 55
Att.: 2,629

Portland 5 Minnesota 1
Goals:
POR: George Josten (Brian Farber) 4
POR: Takayuki Suzuki (George Josten) 32
MIN: Ricardo Sanchez 38
POR: David Hayes (penalty) 64
POR: Mandjou Keita (David Hayes) 88
POR: Scot Thompson (Josh Cameron) 90
Red Cards:
MIN: Julius James 62, Andres Arango 86, Melvin Tarley 90
Att.: 8,111

June 20
Montreal 2 Vancouver 1
Goals:
MON: Rocco Placentino (Roberto Brown) 34
MON: Roberto Brown (Rocco Placentino) 39
VAN: Marlon James (Vicente Arze) 63
Att.: 12,287

Cleveland 0 Miami FC 1
Goal:
MIA: Paolo Araujo 17
Att.: 1,169

Puerto Rico 1 Charleston 0
Goal:
PR: Nicholas Addlery (Fabrice Noel) 54
Att.: 3,198

June 21
Austin 0 Rochester 2
Summary:
ROC: Kwame Sarkodie (John Ball) 21
ROC: Brent Sancho (John Ball) 87
Att.:3,114

Standings:
TEAM W L T GF GA P
Puerto Rico  7 3 4 21 16 25
Charleston 6 2 6 13 6 24
Carolina 7 3 3 13 8 24
Portland 6 1 5 16 6 23
Rochester 5 5 2 12 12 17
Miami FC 5 5 1 13 12 16
Montreal 4 4 2 13 10 14
Vancouver 4 5 2 13 15 14
Austin 2 6 5 12 21 11
Cleveland 2 9 2 9 22 8
Minnesota 1 6 4 9 16 7






 

 



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