WIZARDS WERE WONDERFUL, ASTROS AWESOME AND WE'RE BACK
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While his team captured all of the major honours during 2002 in the CPSL, Ottawa Wizards' forward and last year's captain Abraham Osman won the league's MVP for the second year in succession.
Toronto Croatia took the Western Conference title in 200 and the Mississauga-based team was also the finalist of the Canada Cup.
Darren Tilley of Mississauga Olympians won the CPSL goalscoring title with 20 for the season and for his overall performance he also took the Rookie of the Year Award. Domagoj Sain of Toronto Croatia was voted the best defenceman, George Azcurra of Toronto Croatia was the top goalkeeper and Aldwyn McGill of Metro Lions was voted Coach of the Year. Guillermo Compton Hall of North York Astros won the MVP for the Rogers Cup Finals, while Bruno Ierullo, general manager of North York Astros, earned the President's Award following his outstanding work in hosting a highly successful Rogers Cup Final weekend.
Mississauga Olympians took the Fair Play Award for the best discipline record in the CPSL and Michael Lambert was voted the Referee of the Year.