The Drover men kept their home winning streak alive at the Drover Pitch on Tuesday -- beating the Warriors of Bacone College 6-0.

USAO scored four first half goals, which gave them a cushion going into the half.  The Drovers didn't allowed Bacone to shoot in the first half.

David Otieno of Nairobi, Kenya gave the Drovers their first goal of the game at the 11:36 minute mark with an assist by Jake Cottage of Raunds, England. Nikola Cakarevic of Belgrade, Serbia came off the bench and had an immediate impact on the game scoring his first goal of the half at the 32:13 minute mark with an assist from Dusan Rasovic of Belgrade, Serbia who also came off the bench. Cakarevic did not waste much time scoring his second goal of the half at the 41:46 minute mark, assist came Nial Crick of Leith, Scotland and Alvar Rodriguez of Madrid, Spain. Nial Crick hooked up with Rasovic for the fourth goal of the half.  The Drovers outshot the Warrior’s 15-0.

The Drovers came out in the second half and picked up right where they left off in the first half.  Nial Crick scored the first goal of the half with assistance from Rasovic. The Drovers defense remained strong throughout the second half -- allowing the Warriors a total of four shots in the second half. Rasovic scored the Drovers sixth goal of the game with an assist from Lasse Hupfield of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Crick finished the game with two assists and a goal. Rasovic and Cakarevic both scored two goals off the bench for the Drovers.

The Drovers extend their home record to 3-0 for the season, and 5-1 overall for the season. The Drovers next home game is on Friday at 3 p.m. at the Drover Pitch.

The Drover’s hit the road on Sept. 26 at Tabor College beginning at 2 p.m.

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USAO Drovers Nikola Cakarevic (pictured) and Dusan Rasovic scored two goals each off the bench for the Drovers against Bacone College. After a home game on Friday against Texas Wesleyan, the Drovers travel to Tabor College Sept. 26.