Toronto Croatia held to a tie at Windsor.
Chris Suta headed into the net from a right wing cross to give Windsor Stars the lead at 15 minutes in the game with Toronto Croatia at Windsor Stadium, a 1-0 score at half-time. The home side went 2-up on a penalty kick at 50 minutes, awarded by referee Arthur Korbiel when Croatia defender Sven Aropovic brought down a Windsor forward in the box and David Kadoic beat Croatia goalkeeper Antonio Ilic. Toronto Croatia pressed to get back into the well-played encounter and reduced the lead when Boze Poljak beat Anthony Santilli in the Windsor goal with a drive from 28 yards, 2-1 at 57 minutes, and the tying goal came at 83 minutes on a penalty after Santilli fouled a Windsor forward closing in on goal. Josip Keran scored from the penalty spot and the game ended 2-2
Toronto Croatia defeated Astros Vasas FC 3-0.
Toronto Croatia took control to score all three goals in the first half against Astros Vasas FC at Esther Shiner Stadium in North York with forward Kresimir Prgomet opening the scoring at the 22nd minute mark when he drove the ball from 16 yards to the left of Astros Vasas goalkeeper Erno Bostyan. Defender Josip Keran struck the second goal after collecting a loose ball off a corner kick, the goal coming at 36 minutes, and Kresimir Prgomet scored from 12 yards – his third of the season - at 45 minutes for the third goal, a 3-0 score at the break and at the final whistle.
Current CSL champions Toronto Croatia maintained a 100 per cent record with their third win of the early season, a 2-0 defeat of Serbian White Eagles at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke Sunday night.
Defender Josip Keran found the net for Toronto Croatia after just six minutes when he headed in a right wing cross past Serbian Eagles' goalkeeper Stefan Abramovic for a 1-0 score at half-time. Midfielder Mladen Bajamic struck from six yards at 64 minutes to increase the lead for the home side, and the remainder of a well-played game went scoreless for the 2-0 result
Toronto Croatia overcame an early 1-0 deficit to beat London City 4-1.
London City led 1-0 at the break in the game with Toronto Croatia at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke, a goal at 43 minutes by midfielder Nenad Begovic, but the home side responded with four second half goals by striker Tihomir Maletic at 64 minutes, Kresimir Prgomet five minutes later,Mladen Bajamić at 75 minutes and Ainsley Deer just before the final whistle for a 4-1 final score.
CSL champions Toronto Croatia continued their winning way with a narrow 3-2 defeat of Kingston FC.
Kingston FC opened the scoring with a goal from Catalin Lichioiu at the 23rd minute mark at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke and Roberto Galle tied the score 1-1 for Toronto Croatia five minutes later.
Striker Tihomir Maletic put the home side in the lead at 31 minutes when he intercepted just outside the penalty box to move in and drive a low shot from 18 yards just inside the post and Maletic increased the Croatia lead to 3-1 at 41 minutes, beating Kingston goalkeeper Jaroslav Tesar from 10 yards. It was 3-1 at the break.
Nathan Klemencic struck for the visitors to reduce the Croatia lead to 3-2 at 59 minutes and Kingston's Jason Massie came close to equalizing when he caught the goalpost with a last minute attempt on goal in added time with Croatia goalkeeper Anton Ilic well beaten. It was 3-2 at the final whistle.