King United SC U13 boys start off 2016 with wins

January 6, 2016   ·   0 Comments

Both the King City Royals and King City United U13 boys won their first game of 2016 on Jan. 2 in dominating fashion.
The King City Royals dominated the Brampton Blast Blue in a game where the 2-1 result did not illustrate how one-sided the game actually was. The majority of the game was played in Brampton’s end of the field as the Royals registered 20 shots at net during the game.
Trailing 1-0 at half, the Royals evened the score up at 1-1 mid way through the second half on a Kahyl Jadavji goal and Andre Dikho’s game winner with a few minutes left sealed the 2-1 victory. Both Kahyl and Andre have scored 3 goals each so far during the winter season.
The Royals have 9 points with a 3-0-0 record and currently are tied for first place with two other teams in their group. Their next game is Jan. 16 against one of those other first place teams, USC Karpathy, as the Royals will have to capitalize on their opportunities to continue their win streak.

KC wins 8-1

King City United faced off against Milton Magic B and won convincingly 8-1 in Coach Emile Marino’s debut.
Marco LaVerde sliced and diced through the Milton Magic B team by scoring 5 goals while Ashur Younan had a hat trick in scoring the other 3 goals of the match. Although the King United team is new, the opposition better watch out as they are big, fast and improving each game.
The team currently has 7 points with a 2-1-1 record and are tied for second place in their group with two other teams. King United will face Brampton Blast White in their next game on Jan. 16.
Good luck to both King City U13 boys teams in their upcoming matches. If you are interested in trying out for either of these teams, please email your contact at as they are looking for a couple of key players.



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