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First game of the weekend was an away fixture for JASA RWC's UPSL squad.  Traveling away to Oakland versus Oakland Pamperos, JASA took the lead midway through the first half with a spectacular strike from midfielder Jesse Kehoe after some nice interplay and final pass from Tommy Rodda.  Leading 1-0 into the half, JASA struck again in the second half with a well placed service from Jesus Cruz to a leaping Rodda who nodded it home.  The third goal of the evening which eventually secured the game was tucked away by Arturo Gomez who strolled around the gk to make it 3-0.  (Assist Kehoe)

FInal Socre

JASA - 3

Oakland Pamperos - 0


First XI

GK: Alex Escebedo

Backline: Ricardo Cam Solar, Will Holtz, Josh Guidry, Wes Otsuki

Mids: Jesse Kehoe, Jose Avalos, Arturo Gomez

Front 3: Tom Rodda, Emanuel Vazquez, Alexis Estrella


Substitutes: Jesus Cruz, Marco Sanchez, Joe Montero



The second game of the weekend, on Sunday, saw JASA Dos square off against top of the table leaders PASC.  Things couldn't have started any sweeter as a beautiful and buildup found midfielder Francisco Sanchez on the top of the box and his crafty touch was handled inside the box.  Nicholas Navarini stepped up to the mark and slotted home to give JASA Dos an early lead.  The game remained a stalemate and large spells of possession in favor JASA Dos.  PASC equalized prior to the half and things remained 1-1 at half.  JASA Dos came out with a renewed energy in the second half but were unfortunate to go behind 1-2.  However parity was quickly restored as Gio Linares hit a splendid set piece from 25 out into the corner.  As the game neared the closing stages both teams had opportunities but it was PASC who was able to snag a late goal to edge the JASA Dos boys.


Final Score

JASA Dos - 2

PASC - 3


First XI:

GK: Alexander Tapia

Backline: Ricardo Cam Solar, Bob Weger, Louis Esquivas, Carlos Rodriguez

Mid: Gio Linares, Nicholas Navarini, Francisco Sanchez

Front: Joe Montero, Grant Robson, Jay Femmer


Substitues: Karan Warrier, Brandon Reyes, Spencer Garrison, Daniel Duarte