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.
It will be Feildians against Holy Cross for the 2017 Breen’s Jubilee Soccer championship. Feildians moved to the final with a 2-0 over CBS FC Strikers at the Topsail Field. Morgan Fitzgerald and Liz McPhail gets the goals and Leslie Bradshaw in goal for the shutout. The championship game is set for Saturday at
Feildians blanked CBS/Kirby United 1-0 in Breens Jubilee Ladies soccer. Stacey Hanlon gets the goal for the winners.
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.
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.
Breen’s Jubilee Trophy Ladies Soccer Holy Cross blanked Feildians 3-0 Maria Mackey, Teri Murphy and Holly O’Neill with the goals.
Breen’s Jubilee Trophy Soccer Canada Games Team downed CBS Kirby Group 3-1. Lauren Taylor tallied twice for the winners and Emma King added a single. Malorie Harris had the CBS goal
The 2016 Breen’s Jubilee Women’s Soccer champion is Holy Cross/Avalon Ford . Holy Cross Avalon Ford ended the eight year reign by CBS Kirby United Pleasantville Legion with a 1-nothing victory at the King George Fifth Field Saturday. Hanah Rivkin had the goal at 71 minutes and Jamie Crocker gets the shutout. During
C-B-S Kirby Legion Pleasantville downed the C-B-S under 18 team 8-1 in Breen’s Jubilee Women’s Soccer action Thursday night. Nicole Torraville, Jenny Tiller and Malorie Harris had two goals each for the C-B-S squad. Marie Oliver and Destiny Mitchell added singles. Emma King Jesso replied for C-B-S.