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
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.
Mount Pearl came away with a 1-nothing decision over CBS Strikers FC in Challenge Cup play Wednesday night. Tyler Forsey gets the goal and Brandon Noseworthy recorded the shutout.
S U N D A Y Holy Cross beat Feildians 3-1 Sunday. John Hawco scored all three goals for the winners and Carter Mackey replied for the Feildians. S A T U R D A Y Feildians blanked Mount Pearl 3-nothing in Challenge Cup Soccer play Saturday. Braedon Sheppard gets the
Challenge Cup Soccer play Saturday at 6pm Mount Pearl go against Feildians at Gushue Complex On Sunday at 2pm Feildians meet Holy Cross at King George Fifth
There is a single Challenge Cup Soccer game set for Wednesday night at Topsail Field. The CBS Strikers FC meet Holy Cross at seven o’clock. Holy Cross are second in the standings with 34 points and CBS fifth with 25.
S U N D A Y Mount Pearl blanked Corner Brook 2-nothing Sunday. Tyler Forsey scored one goal the other was considered a team goal. Brandon Noseworthy had the shutout. Holy Cross rebounded from Saturdays loss to beat St. Lawrence 2-nothing. Jake Warren and Tyler Kirby had the goals and Thomas Pieroway gets the
St. Lawrence blanked Corner Brook 2-nothing in Challenge Cup Soccer play Sunday. Adam Kelly and Sean Drew netted the goals and Patrick Slaney gets the shutout. Feildians and Holy Cross tied 1-all. Greg Reid gets the Feildians goal and Tyler Kirby scored for Holy Cross.
F R I D A Y Mount Pearl and Canada Games team played to a 4-4 stalemate in Challenge Cup play Friday night. Braden Coombs, Tyler Forsey, Kevin Oram and Mark Reddy scored for the Crusaders. Jacob Grant had two goals for the Canada Gams team with singles from Harry Carter and Fomba
Teams GP W T L Pts St. Lawrence 17 11 3 3 36 Holy Cross 15 8 3 4 27 Mount Pearl 16 7 5 4 26 Feildians 17 6 5 6 23 CBS 16 6 4 6 22 Canada Games 16 6 3 7 21 Corner Brook 17 1 1