Canada Games blanked CBS Kirby 6-nothing in Breens Jubilee soccer play. Katie Hickey had two goals for the winners. In another game Holy Cross edged Feildians 2-1.
Breen’s Jubilee Trophy Soccer action saw Holy Cross down CBS/Kirby United 5-1. Jessie Noseworthy scored three times for Holy Cross with singles from Julie Crocker and Paula Whitten. Malorie Harris had the CBS goal.
S U N D A Y Tyler Kirby and Michael Dunne scored three times and Jake Warren added a pair and Holy Cross blanked Corner Brook 10-0 in Challenge Cup Soccer play Sunday. Thomas Pieroway gets the shutout. Holy Cross won 4-0 on Saturday. St.Lawrence downed Mount Pearl 1-nothing. Sean Edwards
Mount Pearl edged CBS Strikers FC 3-2 in Challenge Cup play Saturday. Ryan Thistle, Ranaldo Morris and Tyler Forsey scored for the winners. Siraj Alfarek had both goals for CBS.
Holy Cross blanked Feildians 3-0 in Breens Jubilee Ladies Soccer play. Julie Crocker, Paula Whitten and Holly O’Neill get the goals. Jamie Crocker/Taylor Doyle shared shut out.
Bell Aliant Under 15 and Under 16 Provincial Atlantic Soccer Championships S U N D A Y Under 15 Girls: NL 2 vs PEI 1 NL Goalscorers : Abbie Betts and Melissa Bazan Under 16 Girls: NL 1 vs PEI 3 NL Goalscorer: Alex Murphy S A T U R D
S U N D A Y St. Laurentians suffered their third loss of the season falling to Canada Games team 1-nothing at Centennial Field. Jacob Grant had the goal and Jack Haywood gets the shutout. Feildians made it two wins in a row over Corner Brook with a 1-nil win. Marek Nakionencky scored
First place St. Lawrence Laurentians had a win and a tie in weekend Challenge Cup Soccer action. The Laurentians, Sunday, blanked Mount Pearl 3-nothing. Sean Brew, Brent Hennebury and Devon Ryan had the goals for the Laurentians and John Douglas gets the shutout. Saturday St. Lawrence and Mount Pearl played to a 2-2
Breen’s Jubilee Trophy Ladies Soccer Holy Cross blanked Feildians 3-0 Maria Mackey, Teri Murphy and Holly O’Neill with the goals.
Three players are tied for the lead in the provincial Challenge Cup Soccer scoring race. Erick Mathiasen of CBS, Aaron Buckingham with Feildians and Tyler Forsey of Mount Pearl all have four goals. The standings show St Lawrence first with 18 points, Feildians are second with 12 and third place is held by Mount