Race tightens as season’s midway mark approaches

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Kingston FC in first place by a hair, heading into their 11th CSL match in Windsor this Saturday evening

Kingston, Ont. Wednesday, July 10th, 2013Kingston FC have reason to stay positive as they approach their season’s halfway point. After ten games played – seven wins, three losses – Kingston FC remain in first place despite losing 1-0 at home to Toronto Croatia last weekend.

Kingston FC’s upcoming road match against the Windsor Stars marks their 11th of 22 regular season games, as the local side leads a tight points race entering the season’s second half. Croatia trails by one point with 20, while York Region Shooters jumped to third place with 19.

Their first meeting with Windsor ended in a 2-1 victory for the home side Kingston FC. It was Windsor’s first season game, and Kingston FC head coach Colm Muldoon knows Saturday won’t be a walk in the park.

“They gave us a tight game, ended up 2-1 but we came through with our fitness and drive – should’ve scored more goals,” he said. “But they fought hard, and rumour has it they’ve improved since.”

Windsor sits in sixth place, and managed a draw with Toronto Croatia on June 30th. Muldoon claims his side will use Saturday’s 1-0 loss as motivation this weekend. “We should have the fuel now, after the disappointment of last week, to get back into our flow and our groove.”

Set to play their 11th match in first place, the coach’s expectations haven’t wavered since the season’s outset.

“We’re not in cruise mode. All the evidence suggests we’re one of the better teams, so let’s continue to show that.”

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