LIONS HEADED NORTH

The Cincinnati Dutch Lions head to Canada for two important matches.  Currently in third place in Great Lakes Division, the Lions look to move up as they meet Toronto FC Academy on Friday afternoon and K-W United FC on Sunday evening.

“I am pleased with the growth of our team and look for a good weekend of play.  We have improved each match and have played better in the second half of each game.  I like that type of  effort from the lads,” said Head Coach Terry Nicholl.  “Our effort has not been an issue.  We just have had some lapses in judgement and they have cost us.  When we cut down on those types of mistakes, we will be much happier with our results.”

The Lions defeated TFC 2-0 in their home opener just a week ago, but know they must have a strong performance to duplicate that victory.  The defending PDL champions, K-W United FC, are coming off a two win road trip and are tied for first place in the division.

Team Captain Jake Stovall shared, “We have a great opportunity to see if we can play consistently while on the road.   This is our longest road trip and we will need to play our best to  get points this weekend.  Coach Nicholl is doing a great job getting the team ready.  The spirit and teamwork are very strong and that bodes well for our squad.”

The CDL FC next home match will be next Wednesday, June 8th at Mason Multi Purpose Field.  Tickets for the match are available in advance at www.cdlfc.com.  Tickets will be available at the gate for $8 Adults and $5 Youth (12 and under).  Children 5 and under are always free to Lions home games.  For discounted group rates of 15 or more, please contact Ric Campbell at 937-902-9414.

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