Guelph United men and women continued to enjoy their home field advantage Sunday, winning both games.
The day at Centennial Bowl started with a 3-0 win by the women as they hosted fifth-place BVB IA Waterloo.
Victoria Hinchcliffe started the scoring with a header in the eighth minute of the game, Lauren Bruce made it two in the 19th minute to see United have a comfortable 2-0 halftime lead. The second half half saw a dominant performance with Hinchcliffe finishing the scoring with her second and the teams third. Elizabeth Brenneman secured the shut out in net for Guelph.
The men's team had a slow start against Waterloo and found themselves a goal down early in the match but fought back to end the half 2-2 with goals from Damian Truong and Camilo Vasconcelos.
The second half was a different story with a dominant display by Guelph that led to four unanswered goals to give United a 6-2 win. Jared Agymeang scored twice, Leo Shrimpton and, his second goal of the game, Vasconcelso rounded out the scoring.
The Baker Street Bistro players of the game were Victoria Hinchcliffe and Camilo Vasconcelos.
Next up for the women is an away game at Darby FC this Wednesday and the next home game is on June 7 at 8 p.m. versus Oakville Blue Devils. For the men it's a road game on Friday against North Mississauga, with the next home game June 11 at Centennial Bowl at 5:30 p.m. against St Catharines Roma.
For tickets and more information go to guelphunitedfc.ca