A well known soccer volunteer in the province is stepping aside. Gord Dunphy has decided after eight years with Soccer Newfoundland he won’t be seeking a fifth team as senior men’s vice president and in charge of Challenge Cup. Dunphy says he has had spinal fusion surgery and he will have a
Soccer Newfoundland and Labrador has named it’s award winners in the Challenge Cup League for the past season. Bobby Breen Memorial Award: 1st overall in regular season Holy Cross Jim Goff Memorial Award : Most Spirited Trevor Ivany : CBS Ed Moyst Award – Rookie of the Year Logan McIsaac
The St. Lawrence Laurentians claimed their first provincial Challenge Cup Soccer title in three years Sunday with a 2-1 overtime win Mount Pearl. St. Lawrence opened the scoring at the 43rd minute when Jordin Caines connected. That lasted until 20 minutes later when Mark Reddy tallied for the Mount Pearl squad. The
First place Holy Cross Kirby Group finished the regular season in Challenge Cup Soccer with a victory 1-0 over Mount Pearl. John Hawco scored the winning marker at 33 minutes. Jack Hayward had the shutout. Holy Cross finished the season with 52 points 16 wins 2 losses and 4 ties Mount Pearl were second
S U N D A Y St Lawrence made it two wins over Corner Brook with a 4-1 win Sunday. Sean Edwards, Stefan Slaney, Grant Slaney and Paul Slaney shared in the Laurentians goals. Tiuri Momond, Logan McIssac and Patrick Fewer replied for Corner Brook. S A T U
WEDNESDAY Feildians Ernst & Young blanked CBS That Pro Look Strikers FC 4-0 in Challenge Cup Soccer action Wednesday night. David Goulding led the winners with two goals. Zack Hynes and Emanuel Dolo had singles. The shutout goes to Chris Goodridge. Next Action is set for Saturday at four o clock as Holy
S U N D A Y First place Holy Cross edged their arch rivals St. Lawrence Laurentians 2-1 Sunday in Challenge Cup Soccer action for their second weekend win. Jake Warren scored what was the game winning goal at 62 minutes. Seven minutes in Steve Delong gave the Crusaders a 1-0 nothing lead.
Three players scored two goals each and Holy Cross routed NL Canada Games Team 8-1 in Challenge Cup Soccer play on Wednesday night. It was the 12th win of the season for Holy Cross Kyle Williams, Zack Wade and Connor Simmons had two goals each with singles from Steve Delong and Jon Hawco. Jacob Grant
Mount Pearl took two games from Corner Brook in Challenge Cup Soccer play this weekend. Sunday the Mount Pearl squad get three goals from Tyler Forsey and blank Corner Brook 3-nothing. Nick Power gets the shutout. Saturday Mount Pearl take a 3-1 victory. Chad Seymour, Kevin Oram and Ronaldo Morris
There is a Challenge Cup Soccer Match set for Wednesday night Canada Games Squad play CBS at seven at the Topsail Pitch.