I would agree that it looks most likely to be Inter and Santos going down. However, Santos still have to play NorVan and Greencaps, so they are not entirely toast just yet. Inter, on the other hand, play Burnaby Metro, Westside, Rino's and Sierra. Maybe they get something out of that Rino's match, but in the other three they will be massive underdogs. It also looks as though they have transferred their two top goal scorers to their Premier team which is obviously a hammer blow to their Div. 1 side's prospects of beating the drop. It does not seem like the club puts much value on having this B team so it will be interesting to see if they continue with it should they drop into Div. 2 or if they look to "restructure."Well it looks like results are going Greencaps way along with picking up 2 big wins. I would have to believe inter and Santos will get relegated. Pretty impressive Richmond still unbeaten they will be a tough team to beat in the premier next year.
As for UBC's chances in Prem, it is tough to say. Again, next season they should be moving some of these players, like leading scorer Sebastian Dzikowski, into their full time varsity set up and will have a new crop of first year recruits looking to get game time in the VMSL. Perhaps with some players having been a part of the VMSL squad this season, and with it now being in Premier, some of those players will look to join up with the side after the varsity season. Also unknown is if they will continue to have VMSL veterans involved in the squad to prop up the young guns such as goalkeeper Colton Cook and second leading scorer Zach Karmel. Expect them to be competitive next season, as any well coached team is, but, beyond that they are likely to be a bit of a wild card given the expected large amount of player turnover.
This week's game against Inter's Prem side though should be a fun test and measuring stick for that group.