Memorial Sea Hawks women’s soccer team lost their first game of the season Saturday. Memorial fell 5-nothing to Cape Breton and fall to 4-1 on the season. The men’s Sea Hawks soccer team fell to three wins and two losses on the season as they were edged by Cape Breton 3-2. Tyler Forsey had both Memorial
S A T U R D A Y Holy Cross will play for the bronze medal Sunday at the National Masters Soccer play downs. Holy Cross lost a heart breaker 1-nothing to Ontario Saturday. The Bronze medal game is set for 11:45 Nfld time Sunday. F R I D A Y Holy
S U N D A Y Memorials women’s soccer teams improved to 4-0 Sunday with a 1-nothing win over Dalhousie. Jessie Noseworthy scored the winning goal at 74;59 of this game. Sydney Walsh got the shutout. The men’s soccer team lost its first game on Sunday. They fell 1-nothing to Dalhousie
The Men’s soccer team also coasted to two weekend victories. Sunday Memorial beat Mount A 8-0 with seven second half goals. Ranaldo Morris, Tyler Kirby, and Tyler Forsey had two goals each. Daniel Crewe and Mitchell Barry had singles. Saturday Memorial came away with a 4-1 decision. Kirby scored twice and singles came
Memorial University Sea Hawks women’s soccer team started its season off with two shutout wins. Saturday Memorial shutout Mount A 9-nothing. They scored six second half goals in this contest. Emily Bailey, Lauren Taylor and Nicole Torraville scored two goals each for Memorial. Sydney Walsh faced two shots on goal to record the
Newfoundlanders have been known across Canada for their athletic skills. Well a number of Newfoundlanders have been scouted and are playing soccer at a number of mainland universities. Male: Thomas Pieroway – 4th year goalkeeper from CBS, St.FX X-Men, AUS Female: Alyssa Armstrong – 5th year midfielder from St. John’s, Cape Breton
The top senior men’s teams in the province will compete this Labour Day weekend for the right to represent Newfoundland and Labrador on the national stage. Four teams will participate in final weekend; Defending champions and first place finishers, St. Lawrence Laurentians (51pts); second place Holy Cross (44pts); third place Mount Pearl (40pts); and
Teams from St. John’s and Feildians will represent the province at the Toyota National Club Championships over the Thanksgiving weekend. Provincial titles were decided this weekend as the NLSA Premier League held its championship weekend. In addition, teams from St. John’s, Feildians, CBS and the Burin Peninsula Soccer Association (BPSA) will represent the
Jake Warren scored twice and Holy Cross doubled CBS Strikers FC 4-2 in the final regular season game of the Challenge Cup. Jake Warren scored twice for the winners with singles from Kyle Williams and Fomba Fombullah. Daniel Quinn and Nich Jones had the goals for CBS.
Holy Cross made it back to back Breen’s Jubilee women’s soccer titles Saturday as they shutout Feildians 4-nothing in the championship game. Jesse Noseworthy the leagues leading scorer had three goals in the final game and Jane Pope a single. They now will represent the province at the Nationals in BC.