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B&B, Temple to square off in HSMSL final

Two teams set to battle in Saturday’s title game

After seven gruelling months, only two teams are left standing in the Howe Sound Men’s Soccer League (HSMSL).
B&B Excavating and Sikh Temple qualified for the HSMSL title game with wins on Sunday (April 6). It will be the first time the two teams have squared off for league bragging rights.
Jag Sangha led the way for B&B with three goals as they cruised to a 7-1 win over Ocean Sun. Also scoring for B&B were Richard Collins (two), Jeremy Galley and an own goal. Akbar Taimuri scored the lone goal for Ocean Sun, who defeated Galileo 3-2 on April 2 to qualify for the semifinals.
The late game saw Sikh Temple blank the Ellis Moving Eagles 3-0. Temple got goals from Nevin Binning, Justin Cheema and Mohammed Habib.
The two remaining teams met three times in the regular season, with B&B winning 4-0 on Sept. 29. The games on Nov. 3 and March 9 both ended in draws.
B&B was the top team in the regular season with 26 points, while Temple placed third with 22. The championship game will feature the league’s two highest-scoring teams and the league’s highest and third-highest scoring players, Temple’s Gurpreet Rai and Gary O’Neil.
The HSMSL final goes down on a different day — Saturday (April 12) at Brennan Park. League officials encourage soccer enthusiasts to witness the crowning of the 2014 champs.
For more information on the league, visit www.howesoundmens.snappages.com.

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