The Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association has announced its 2015 Award Winners: Owen McAleese – George Innes Youth Male Player of the Year Owen was the MVP for the Holy Cross Crusaders and led them to their 6 title in 7 years at the Provincial level. His overall midfield play was outstanding for
C-B-S Kirby United lost 4-2 to BC at the Nationals to finish sixth. Holy Cross finished sixth at the Challenge Cup as they were edged 2-1 by Saskatchewan.
There are two National under 14 soccer championships being played in the St. John’s and C-B-S areas this week. Competition in the boys and girls under 14 playdowns start Wednesday. The schedule for Wednesday’s games is listed below. BOYS UNDER 14 SOCCER Wednesday, October 7 Game 1: ON vs SK 2:00
The Newfoundland teams competing in National Soccer championships are now in Calgary. Holy Cross will be representing this province in the men’s Challenge Cup Competition which starts on Wednesday but they will not play their first game until Thursday against Alberta’s B team at 9:30 island time. They will play Manitoba Friday at
Holy Cross lost 2-1 to Quebec in the Bronze Medal game at the 2015 Eastern Canadian Masters Soccer championships. The game was tied after regulation time and Quebec win the game on penalty kicks.
Holy Cross battled to a scoreless tie with Nova Scotia Number 1 team at the eastern Canadian Masters Soccer championships underway in Halifax Nova Scotia. Scott Edwards was in goal for the holy Cross squad. Holy Cross will play New Brunswick at 2:30 island time on Friday.
The St. John’s Under 18 soccer team claimed the 2015 St. John’s Junior ladies Soccer championship Monday. The Under 18 team defeated C-B-S Under 18 by a score of 4-3 in extra time.
Two games were played in the Masters Soccer provincial play downs at King George Fifth in the “A” division. Mount Pearl edge Duke 2-1. Phil Molloy and Roberto Jimenez get the goals for Mt Pearl. Mike Summers replies for the losers. Jay Babstock scored two goals and Holy Cross defeated 78 FC Security Canada 7-2.
There’s a major soccer tournament on this coming weekend. The provincial Masters A1, A2 and B Division championships are on at Mount Pearl and King George Fifth
Update: (9/6/2015 – 10:25 PM) Holy Cross defended their Challenge Cup Soccer Title as they beat St. Lawrence 2-0. Jake Warren and Kyle Williams scored the goals. Thomas Pieroway gets the shutout and was named the tournament’s MVP. Earlier Story: Holy Cross, the defending champions, meet Arch Rivals St.Lawrence Laurentians for the 2015