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
The Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association is pleased to announce the winners of its annual awards. The 2016 award winners are as follows: Junior Female (Judy Kelloway award) – Alexandra Murphy, St. John’s Soccer Junior Male (George Innes award) – Brent Hennebury, St. Lawrence Laurentians Senior Female (Laura Breen award) – Hannah Rivkin, Holy
Six individuals have been named to the Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Association’s Hall of Fame for 2016. The newest inductees include Mike Howlett, Harry Kelly, Malcolm Osmond, William (Doc) Slaney, and Bob Spearns in the Athlete Category, and Dr. Paul Slaney as an Athlete/Builder. NLSA 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees Mike Howlett From
Newfoundland’s two women’s teams finished sixth and eighth at the National Jubilee Competition which concluded on Monday. Halifax edged Holy Cross 3-2 on penalty kicks to finish fifth and Holy Cross sixth. Saskatchewan nipped Kirby United 2-1 also on penalty kicks. Kirby United placed eighth. The Royal Selects of Beauport Quebec claimed the gold. On
S A T U R D A Y Holy Cross fell 4-nothing to Ontario Saturday and now will play for the Bronze medal at the Eastern Canadian Masters Soccer tournament. That game is set for 12:30 island time Sunday. F R I D A Y Holy Cross won its opening game at the
78 FC Secunda won the provincial Masters “B” soccer championship Sunday in St. Lawrence. They defeated Century 21 3-2 in the championship game. John Hogan led the winners offensive attack with two goals and Tom Hall added a single. Ian Duffett and Sean Snook replied for the losers. Tom Foran
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