Indy, RailHawks Look To Close Out Season On A High Note

The Eleven can win its third match in a row, while Carolina will want to give its home support one more strong performance
Carolina RailHawks Staff | Oct 30, 2015

The Carolina RailHawks will play their final game of the 2015 season at WakeMed Soccer Park against Indy Eleven on Friday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. ET.

“We didn’t have the season we wanted, but that doesn’t mean we will take our last home game lightly,” RailHawks head coach Colin Clarke said.  “Our fans have been superb all year and we want to reward them with a good performance and a good result on Friday night.”

Friday’s match will be the third meeting of the year between the RailHawks and Indy Eleven. The RailHawks traveled to Carroll Stadium in the Spring Season and picked up one point from a 1-1 draw. In a Fall visit to Indianapolis, the RailHawks lost a tight game, 2-1, to Indy Eleven, but are looking to make up for it at WakeMed Soccer Park with Indy’s first visit to Cary this year.

The RailHawks are coming off a 1-0 road loss against the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The RailHawks came at the Rowdies from all angles, with attacks coming from Tiyi Shipalane, Nacho Novo, Daniel Jackson, and Futty Danso, among others. Despite their intensity and a brilliant performance from goalkeeper Hunter Gilstrap, the RailHawks were unable to match Richard Menjivar’s goal in the 12th minute.

Indy Eleven won its last game, 2-1, against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. The Eleven took the lead in the 19th minute with a goal from Don Smart and maintained a lead throughout the game. The Boys in Blue added another goal to the scoreboard in the 43rd minute courtesy of Brian Brown, but conceded one goal to Fort Lauderdale in the 59th minute. 

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