Menace Rain on WSA Winnipeg

Slow Start Costly - Menace win 4-1 

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Menace_Photo_Three.pngWinnipeg, Manitoba - The rain and a fast start by the Des Moines Menace put a damper on WSA Winnipeg's bid to get their first win of the season.  Menace goals by Chris Harmon in the third minute, Brandon Fricke in the fifth minute and Karl Chester in the eleventh minute left the WSA Winnipeg squad with a difficult task.

Once the game settled the fans witnessed a very competitve contest.  Goalie Tyson Farago faced 10 shots in the first half and 5 shots in the second half, while Menace keeper Mark Pais faced 6 shots in the first half and 5 shots in the second half.  Ali Musse was able to bring the home squad to within two goals when he scored in the sixty-fourth minute.  Menace_Game_Photo_One.png

WSA Winnipeg were pressing the Menace late in the game trying to draw to closer, however Husref Jupic scored in the eighty-sixth minute to restore the three goal spread.

The game ended in 4-1 for the Menace.  WSA Winnipeg are now on the road for the next three weeks.  They will be in Kansas City to take on the Brass June 11, Springfield on June 13 and 14 to face the Demise, St. Louis on June 16 versus the Lions.  Our next home games are on June 29 and 30th versus the Real Colorado Foxes.

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