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NASL this weekend ...
April 26th, 2012 11:22PM
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[DATEBOOK] The Ft. Lauderdale Strikers can take over first place in the NASL with a win at the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday. The Atlanta Silverbacks (three ties) host the defending champion Minnesota Stars (one win and two ties) in a battle of unbeaten teams. Atlanta's Nico Colaluca and Brian Ackley of the Carolina RailHawks begin five- and two-game suspensions handed down for their roles in the brawl at April 14 game in Cary, N.C. For all the action ...

April 25
Fort Lauderdale 3 Puerto Rico 2.
FTL: Aly Hassan (Lance Laing) 36
FTL: Aly Hassan (Walter Restrepo) 47
PR: Jay Needham (unassisted) 50
PR: David Foley (Jonathan Fana) 62
FTL: Aly Hassan (Scott Lorenz) 84
Att.: 2,754.

10 Puerto Rico 3-1-1 10/4
8 Ft. Lauderdale 2-0-2 6/4
5 Minnesota 1-0-2 4/3
5 Tampa Bay 1-1-2 3/3
3 Atlanta 0-0-3 5/5
3 Carolina 0-1-3 6/8
2 San Antonio 0-1-2 2/6
1 FC Edmonton 0-3-1 3/6

April 28
Carolina vs. San Antonio
Atlanta vs. Minnesota
Tampa Bay vs. Fort Lauderdale

USL PRO this weekend ...

[DATEBOOK] Defending champion Orlando City will look to improve to 4-0-0 when it plays the Richmond Kickers for the second week in a row. On Thursday, Barracuda FC got two goals from Stefan Smith and a goal and an assist from Peter Byers to defeat the winless Charlotte Eagles, 3-2, in Antigua. For all the action ...

April 26
Barracuda FC 3 Charlotte 2
BAR: Peter Byers (Matt Allred) 12
CHA: Jorge Herrera (unassisted) 37
BAR: Stefan Smith (unassisted) 55
BAR: Stefan Smith (Peter Byers) 60
CHA: Luke Williams (unassisted) 78

9 Orlando City 3-0-0 8/1
6 Charleston 2-1-0 6/3
6 Rochester 2-0-0 3/0
6 Barracuda FC 2-1-0 6/4
6 Pittsburgh 2-1-0 4/3
4 Harrisburg 1-0-1 2/1
3 Richmond 1-2-0 3/5
1 Dayton 0-1-1 0/2
1 Wilmington 0-1-1 1/4
1 Charlotte 0-4-1 3/10
0 Los Angeles 0-2-0 0/3

April 27
Charleston vs. Pittsburgh
April 28
Barracuda FC vs. Charlotte
Dayton vs. Rochester
Orlando City vs. Richmond
Wilmington vs. Pittsburgh

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