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Sights & Sounds: Cavalry FC 1-0 Pacific FC

Cavalry FC secured home field advantage for the first round of the 2021 CPL Playoffs on Sunday afternoon, as they defeated Pacific FC 1-0 at ATCO Field.

Joe Mason put the home side in front just 16 minutes in, finishing an excellent cross by Mo Farsi, and from there the Cavs defended well and held a clean sheet against the highest-scoring team in the league.

Pacific, having completed their regular season schedule, will now focus on the next two weeks’ preparation time ahead of their semifinal meeting with either Cavalry or Forge — who play against each other on November 16, in both sides’ final match.

Here are your sights and sounds from Spruce Meadows.


Tommy Wheeldon Jr and Martin Nash look on in the Canadian Premier League Match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Tommy Wheeldon Jr and Martin Nash look on in the Canadian Premier League Match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada – (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)
Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Joe Mason scores against Pacific FC. (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)
Cavalry attacker Joe Mason scores the lone goal in the first half of the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Cavalry attacker Joe Mason scores for his side in the first half. (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)

Cavalry attacker Joe Mason scores the lone goal in the first half of the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Cavalry attacker Joe Mason scores the lone goal in the first half of the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)
Jamar Dixon of Pacific FC and Cavalry midfielder David Norman Junior go up for a header in the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Jamar Dixon of Pacific FC and Cavalry midfielder David Norman Junior go up for a header in the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)
Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021 Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows – ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada – (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)

 

Cavalry attacker Ali Musse in the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows - ATCO Field, Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Nov 7, 2021   Tony Lewis/CFC Media
Cavalry attacker Ali Musse and Pacific defender Matthew Baldisimo in the Canadian Premier League match between Cavalry FC & Pacific FC at Spruce Meadows – (Tony Lewis/CFC Media)