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A-LEAGUE: Results (June 27-29) & Standings (June 29)
June 30th, 2003 1:47PM

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June 27

Virginia Beach 2 (Hutchison 13, Washington 31) Richmond 3 (Simmonds 6, Testo 50, Jeffrey 79).

Portland 1 (Alvarez 92) Calgary 0 (OT).

June 28

Atlanta 2 (Parra 5, Woods 86) Charlotte 0.

Charleston 2 (Chronopoulos 9, 11) Syracuse 1 (Rivas 42).

Richmond 1 (Simmonds 97) Virginia Beach 0 (OT).

Rochester 2 (Mladenov 39, Miller 89) Montreal 0.

El Paso 0 Seattle 2 (Scott 15, Sakuda 54).

Vancouver 1 (Heald 33) Toronto 2 (Ngon 39, 43).

Minnesota 2 (own goal 39, Menyongar 66) Indiana 1 (Beasley 41).

June 29

Milwaukee 4 (Todd Dusosky 14, 59, 64, Bernal 77) Indiana 0.

Cincinnati 0 Pittsburgh 2 (Korol 23, Martins 61).

Calgary 0 Portland 2 (Tennyson 47, Afash 85).

Standings:

Northeast -- Montreal 27 points; Rochester 26; Syracuse 20; Pittsburgh, Toronto 18.

Southeast -- Charleston 32 points; Richmond 27; Virginia Beach 20; Charlotte 20; Atlanta 10.

Central -- Minnesota 24 points; El Paso 20; Milwaukee, Cincinnati 18; Indiana 7.

Pacific -- Seattle 25 points; Portland 21; Vancouver 18; Calgary 14.



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