RCU Shut-out By All-Stars 2:0
Despite dominating possession for the majority of the match Rocket City United gave up two late goals to the NPSL All-Stars in the team's final appearance of the 2010 season. RCU looked the better team in first half as forward Andrew Nkurunungi menaced the back four of the All-stars with his speed and strength, but his lack of finishing the plays frustrated RCU coach Desmond Armstrong. "[Nkurunungi] was very exciting in the first half. He got himself into some great situations, taking on one and two players at one time and getting into the goal area and then, he doesn't pull the trigger." That lack of killer instinct in the box would cost RCU on the night.
As would be expect for a team that had less then twenty-four hours to prepare for the match, the NPSL All-stars struggled to connect well. The talent was evident, but RCU held the advantage until the 70th minute when Armstrong emptied his bench and the RCU reserves made crucial mistakes. On a free kick from 45 yards out, Spencer Shastri of the Pocono Snow ran through the heart of the area completely unmarked and powered a header easily into the net for the NPSL All-stars to take the lead. Shortly thereafter another bad giveaway from the RCU defense, led to FC Tulsa's Abed Elkour converting from 15 yards for the games final goal.
Earlier in the night in the NPSL Third place match, FC Sonic defeated the Madison 56ers 3:1 on the back of 3 goals in the first 25 minutes. Madison was able to pull a goal back in the final seconds, but the team from Lehigh Valley, PA claimed third place.