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Yukon Selects wins territory title

Posted on 12 September 2009 in Club Championships

Yukon Selects won the Yukon Territories one-match playoff to advance to the 2009 BMO National Championships Challenge Trophy competition. Yukon Selects won the final match 6:4 over the Yukon Strikers after finishing first in league play. The Yukon Selects is returning to the Challenge Trophy competition for the first time since 2006.

"We want to go and represent the Yukon the best we can," said coach Spencer Rich. "The players are excited. We are a bit disappointed that we can't have all of our players, but we are motivated to go." More

Edmonton Victoria wins Fred Kern Cup

Posted on 7 September 2009 in Club Championships

Edmonton Victoria is returning to the BMO National Championships Jubilee Trophy competition after winning the Fred Kern Cup in Alberta. Edmonton Victoria won the provincial title after finishing first in the round-robin competition, finishing first ahead of the Calgary Callies. Edmonton won back-to-back Jubilee Trophies in 2004 and 2005.

"When we are healthy and totally fit, I will put my money down for us to win," said head coach Rick Haxby. More

Holy Cross wins provincial title in extra time

Posted on 6 September 2009 in Club Championships

Holy Cross won the 2009 Molson Challenge Cup with a 1:0 victory over defending champion St. Lawrence Laurentians. Rookie Aaron Anstey scored the lone goal in extra time as Holy Cross qualified for the BMO National Championships Challenge Trophy competition for the first time in 15 years.

"We were pretty consistent throughout the year," said coach Noel (Jake) Stanford. "We were definitely the fittest team in the league and that was the key to our overall success." More

Lakers ranked number one at BMO National Championships

Posted on 12 January 2009 in Club Championships

The Lakers de Lac St-Louis are the number-one ranked soccer club in the BMO National Championships, according to the latest report produced by Dick Labrom. The Lakers are ranked first with 350 points ahead of St. John's (294), Dartmouth United (253), Bonivital (248) and Scarborough United (195).

The annual report identifies the most successful amateur soccer clubs in terms of their performances at the annual BMO National Championships. The report looks at the results from the last 25 years of the club championships, specifically at the senior (Challenge Trophy, Jubilee Trophy), U-18 (Sony Cup), U-16 (adidas Cup) and U-14 levels. More

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