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Timbers and RailHawks move into first place
by Paul Kennedy, August 10th, 2009 6:45AM
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[USL-1] Portland and Carolina moved into a tie for first place in the USL First Division, one point ahead of Charleston. In the week's big match, the Timbers beat visiting Charleston, 3-1, before  9,477 fans. Guinean Mandjou Keita scored one goal and set up Alex Nimo and Ryan Pore for the others.

Carolina beat Cleveland, 2-0, on goals by Guyana international Gregory Richardson and Daniel Paladini.

Results:
Aug. 5
Rochester 1 Carolina 0
Goal:
CAR: Kupono Low (Andriy Budnyy) 90

Aug. 6
Portland 1 Vancouver 0
Goal:
POR: Ryan Pore (Johan Claesson) 30
Att.:: 10,786

Aug. 7
Vancouver 1 Charleston 2
Goals:
CHA: Darren Spicer 24
CHA: Randi Patterson (Scott Buete) 35
VAN: Martin Nash (Marcus Haber) 80
Att.:: 5,288

Aug. 8
Carolina 2 Cleveland 0
Goals:
CAR: Gregory Richardson 82
CAR: Daniel Paladini 90
Red Card:
CLE: Alioiune Gueye 76
Att.:: 1,850

Rochester 1 Austin 0
Goal:
ROC: Johnny Menyongar (Warren Ukah) 73
Red Card:
AUS: Gifton Noel-Williams 63, Kyle Brown 64
Att.:: 4,752

Puerto Rico 4  Miami FC 0
Goals:
PR: Cristian Arrieta (Jonathan Steele) 11
PR: Nicholas Addlery 32
PR: Josh Hansen (Fabrice Noel) 57
PR: Scott Jones 81
Att.:: 3,662

Portland 3 Charleston 1
Goals:
POR: Mandjou Keita (Alex Nimo) 12
POR: Alex Nimo (Mandjou Keita) 41
CHA: Stephen Armstrong (Randi Patterson) 50
POR: Ryan Pore (Mandjou Keita) 81
Red Card:
CHA: Chris Williams 85
Att.:: 9,477

Aug. 9
Montreal 1 Minnesota 0
Goal:
MON: Roberto Brown 51
Att.:11,208

Standings:
TEAM W L T GF GA P
Portland 11 1 9 32 11 42
Carolina 13 5 3 28 13 42
Charleston 11 4 8 22 13 41
Puerto Rico 10 5 8 30 22 38
Rochester  9 7 5 25 20 32
Montreal 7 8 5 22 23 26
Vancouver 7 9 4 29 27 25
Miami FC 7 9 4 19 28 25
Minnesota 3 10 6 17 27 15
Austin 3 12 7 19 37 14
Cleveland 2 13 7 15 37 13



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