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Orlando's Dwyer, Valentino and Watson head first team
September 4th, 2013 12:16AM

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[USL PRO] Orlando City, which will meet the Charlotte Eagles Saturday night at the Citrus Bowl for the 2013 USL PRO Championship, placed three players on the first team, led by forward Dom Dwyer, who shared in the league’s Golden Boot with fellow first-teamer Jose Angulo of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and parlayed his success into a recall to Sporting Kansas City, for which he started in its 2-1 MLS win on Saturday.

Defender Rob Valentino, a former first-round MLS SuperDraft pick, and midfielder Jamie Watson, formerly of Real Salt Lake and FC Dallas, also represent Orlando City on the first team.
 
The regular-season champion Richmond Kickers lead all teams with four players selected to the All-League teams, with Orlando City, Pittsburgh and the Harrisburg City Islanders next with three selections each.

A second-team all-league pick, Matt Fondy, was picked up by Chivas USA from the Los Angeles Blues following the USL PRO season.
 
2013 USL PRO All-League First Team
GK – Andrew Dykstra, Richmond Kickers
D – Colin Falvey, Charleston Battery
D – Henry Kalungi, Richmond Kickers
D - Rob Valentino, Orlando City
D – William Yomby, Richmond Kickers
MF – Matt Dallman, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
MF – Joseph Ngwenya, Richmond Kickers
MF – Jamie Watson, Orlando City
F – Jose Angulo, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
F – Dom Dwyer, Orlando City
F – Sainey Touray, Harrisburg City Islanders
 
2013 USL PRO All-League Second Team
GK – Nick Noble, Harrisburg City Islanders
D – Danny Earls, Rochester Rhinos
D – Josh Rife, VSI Tampa Bay FC
D – Andrew Marshall, Pittsburgh Riverhounds
D – Daniel Steres, Wilmington Hammerheads
MF – Michael Azira, Charleston Battery
MF – George Davis IV, Los Angeles Blues
MF – Jorge Herrera, Charlotte Eagles
F – Gibson Bardsley, Dayton Dutch Lions
F – Matt Fondy, Los Angeles Blues
F – Lucky Mkosana, Harrisburg City Islanders


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