The Provincial Challenge Cup Soccer play resumes Saturday with three games. At four o clock Feildians play CBS at Topsail Field. St. Lawrence host the Canada Games team at six at Centennial Field and at 7 Holy Cross entertain Corner Brook at King George Fifth. Teams GP W T
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
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
There is a tie for the scoring lead in the Challenge Cup Soccer League. Aaron Buckingham of Feildians and Tyler Forsey of Mont Pearl both have four goals. St Lawrence lead the standings with 15 points Feildians are second with 11 and third place belongs to CBS with ten.
St. Lawrence Laurentians picked p their first win of the young Challenge Cup season Friday night with a 4-1 decision over the Canada Gams team. Jordi Slaney scored twice for the Laurentians with Evan Myles and Adam Kelly with the singles. Ryan Dunphy had the goal for the Canada Games team . The League
There is a change in the Provincial Challenge Cup Soccer Schedule. The game between the Canada Games team and St Lawrence Laurentians originally scheduled for Sunday May 21st has been re scheduled to Friday May 19th at 8:30 at King George Fifth.
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