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.
S U N D A Y Feildians move into first place in the Challenge Cup Standings Sunday with a 3-0 win over C-B-S. Carter Mackey got the game winning goal at 46 minutes. Ian Gamba and Aaron Buckingham added insurance markers. Mike Delong gets the shutout. Current Standings 1. Feildians : 21 2.
Jesse Noseworthy scored her 9th and 10th goals of the season as Holy Cross/Avalon Ford shutout Feildians 4-nothing in Breen’s Jubilee Ladies Soccer play Thursday night. Hannah Rivkin and Emily Bailey had singles. Jamie Crocker and Lindsey Garland shared the shutout. Holy Cross now have seven wins and a tie for 22 points and first
C-B-S Kirby blanked Feildians 2-nothing in Breen’s Jubilee Women’s soccer play Thursday night. Malorie Harris and Jamie King scored the goals. Janine Bursey recorded the shutout.
St. Lawrence Laurentians made it a sweep of their series against Corner Brook this weekend in Challenge Cup Soccer play. Saturday the Laurentians were 3-0 winners. Sean Drew, Evan Myles, and Stefan Slaney were the goal scorers. John Douglas got the shutout. Sunday the Laurentians came away with a 4-1 win. Stefan
Holy Cross improved to five wins and no losses in Breens Jubilee Soccer action Monday night with a 5-1 win over the St. John’s under 18 soccer team. Keisha Young paced the winners with two goals. Paula Whitten, Hannah Rivkin and Jessie Noseworthy had the singles. Holly O’Neill replied for the under 18 squad.
Feildians edge St. John’s Under 18 A 1-nothing in Breen’s Jubilee Women’s Soccer play oin Thursday night. Liz McPhail get the goal and Hannah Noseworthy records the shutout.
S U N DA Y The girls soccer team had to settle for the silver as they lose to Nova Scotia 2-1. The Boys team also claimed silver as they fell 5-2 to Nova Scotia. Mitchell Barry and Paul Holley with the NL goals. S A T U R D
The Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association (NLSA) is getting ready for a busy summer season with action to start in May in provincial league play, and Challenge Cup and Jubilee Trophy action. The group held its annual Spring Planning Meeting (SPM) April 8-9 in St. John’s with approximately 40 delegates in attendance from