Lidia With 2 As Saints Dispatch Condors

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Mitchell Hunter heads the ball away from a Conestoga player during Sunday’s match at St Clair. The Saints pulled out a 3-1 win over the visiting Condors to go 4-1-1 on the season.
Photo by John Skinner.

By Jay Shewfelt

(WINDSOR, ON) – The St Clair Saints men’s soccer team stretched their winning streak to four games by defeating the Conestoga Condors 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Main Campus Field.

Jordan Lidia got things started early, scoring in the 2nd minute on a great cross from Yale Chadsey. Conestoga responded shortly after in the 9th minute after a mad scramble in the goal area.

The Saints went up 2-1 in the 26th minute on a nice strike by Chadsey. Then St Clair put the game away when Lidia scored a penalty kick in the 61st minute, after being taken down in the box.

With the two goals Lidia now has a total of 10 in just 6 matches to lead the OCAA.


An unidentified St Clair player wins the ball from two Conestoga players during OCAA soccer play on Sunday. The Saints are now sitting at the second rung on the West Division ladder.
Photo by John Skinner.

Justin Danelon was solid in net, making a few key saves to earn the win. St Clair had 23 shots on target compared to 8 for the Condors.

The Saints are now 4-1-1 on the season and in second place in the OCAA West Division. St Clair is currently ranked 5th in Ontario.

St Clair is next in action on Wednesday when they travel to London to take on the first place Fanshawe Falcons for the first time this season. The Falcons are 5-0-1 on the season and ranked 3rd in Ontario and 10th in Canada.


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