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'Two-Boys! Two Boys!'
April 29th, 2010 1:46AM

TAGS:  ussf division 2


[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] Former Real Salt Lake forward Tino Nunez scored twice and set up Rich Costanzo for the third as the Rochester Rhinos beat the NSC Minnesota Stars, 3-0, Wednesday night at NSC Stadium. Perhaps the happiest player on the field was Minnesota rookie Two-Boys Gumede.

The South African out of UAB came on in the 59th minute. He had missed the Stars' first four matches after visa complications left him stuck in Vancouver for nearly two weeks after their season-opening road trip.

"You always like when the fans are calling your name," he said. "It's a dream come true."

April 28 in Blaine, Minn.
NSC Minnesota 0 Rochester 3. Goals: Costanzo (Nunez) 25, Nunez (Motagalvan) 29, Nunez (Aguilar) 51.
NSC Minnesota -- Warren, Wasson, Kallman, Clements, Arango, Altman, Hlavaty (Gumede, 59), Gotsmanov (Friedland, 90), Gao (Tarley, 80), Allen (Bracalello, 46), Ukah (Cvilikas, 46), Menyongar.
Rochester -- Kitson,  Sanfilippo, Roberts, Heins (Gore, 59), Costanzo, Greenfield (Franks, 75), Pitchkolan, Short, Motagalvan (Rosenlund, 69), Aguilar (Hoxie, 83), Nunez (Hamilton, 83).
Att.: 627.

7 Vancouver 2-0-1
3 Carolina 1-1-0
2 Miami FC 0-0-2
1 Montreal 0-1-1
0 CP Baltimore 0-2-0
0 AC St. Louis 0-4-0
7 Portland 2-0-1
7 Rochester 2-1-1
6 Austin 2-1-0
6 Puerto Rico 2-0-0
6 NSC Minnesota 2-3-0
3 Tampa Bay 1-1-0

April 29
Vancouver at Portland, 10 pm ET
May 1
Puerto Rico at Montreal, 2:30 pm ET
Carolina at Rochester, 7:30 pm ET
Tampa Bay at Miami, 7:30 pm ET
Austin at NSC Minnesota, 8:00 pm ET
Baltimore at AC St. Louis, 8:10 pm ET

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