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Saskatoon SK Impact win 2017 Saskatchewan women's championship

Posted on 17 September 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Two-time provincial champions return to Jubilee Trophy finals More

CS Mont-Royal Outremont win LSEQ women's playoff championship

Posted on 17 September 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

CS Mont-Royal Outremont finish first ahead of Royal-Sélect Beauport More

Scarborough GS United win fifth straight Ontario Cup women's title

Posted on 11 September 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Scarborough GS United 3:1 Durham United More

Edmonton Victoria SC win 12th Alberta women's provincial title

Posted on 5 September 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Victoria SC 3:2 Edmonton Northwest United More

Halifax Dunbrack win eighth Nova Scotia women's championship

Posted on 22 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Halifax Dunbrack 2:1 Halifax County United More

Holy Cross win Newfoundland Labrador women's championship

Posted on 20 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Holy Cross 4:0 Feildians More

Fredericton Picaroons Reds win NB Cup women's provincial final

Posted on 13 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Fredericton's fifth consecutive New Brunswick title More

Surrey United SC win 12th British Columbia title

Posted on 14 May 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Surrey United SC 1:0 North Shore GSC More

Royal-Sélect Beauport lift 2016 Jubilee Trophy

Posted on 16 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Royal-Sélect Beauport More

Beauport break through to win first Jubilee Trophy championship

Posted on 10 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Three times runners up, the Royal broke through this year to capture their first national title. More

Richmond FC qualify for Jubilee Trophy championship final

Posted on 9 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Richmond will have a team in the Jubilee Trophy final for the first time in 30 years More

Beauport, Richmond to face in 2016 Jubilee Trophy final

Posted on 9 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

This will mark Beauport's fourth trip to the Jubilee Trophy final in six years More

Teams hit midway mark of Jubilee Trophy group stage

Posted on 8 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Northwest United solidified their place at the top of table with another win More

Jubilee Trophy finals open at St. John's 2016

Posted on 6 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Eight of the ten women's teams got things underway in St. John’s, Newfoundland Labrador at the 2016 Sport Chek National Championships More

Day 2: Jubilee Trophy finals group stage at St. John's 2016

Posted on 6 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Four more matches - two from each group - were played on 6 October More

Journey to St. John's: squads for the 2016 Jubilee Trophy finals

Posted on 2 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

10 teams, 183 players More

Journey to St. John's: finalists for the 2016 Jubilee Trophy

Posted on 23 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Jubilee Trophy finals More

Royal-Sélect Beauport win Québec women's playoff

Posted on 19 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Royal-Sélect Beauport win LSEQ playoffs More

Scarborough GS United win fourth Ontario Cup women's title

Posted on 10 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Scarborough GS United 5:2 Vaughan Azzurri More

Edmonton Northwest United win Alberta provincial women's title

Posted on 5 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Northwest United 3:2 a.e.t. Edmonton Victoria SC More

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CS Mont-Royal Outremont won 3:1 over the defending national champions to clinch the 2017 LSEQ women's playoff championship and qualify for the Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy finals. Mont-Royal finished first in their division during the regular season and then first in the four-team league playoffs ahead of Royal-Sélect Beauport, the 2016 Jubilee Trophy winners who just last week won their sixth provincial championship in the Coupe du Québec.

In the playoffs across three matches, CS Mont-Royal Outremont won 2:1 over AS Varennes on 2 September, drew 1:1 with AS Blainville on 4 September, and then won 3:1 over Royal-Sélect Beauport on 16 September. CS Mont-Royal Outremont finished the series with seven points, one better than second-place Beauport who had back-to-back wins against Blainville and Varennes in early September.

"We are very proud of the girls and this is a first for our club," said Lyonel Joseph, head coach of CS Mont-Royal Outremont. "We won against a very good team who have been national champions."

Laurence Martel opened the scoring in the 12th minute before Beauport's Annabelle Cloutier equalised in the 44th minute. In the second half, Joanie L'Abbé gave Mont-Royal the lead on a penalty in the 60th minute before Martel scored her second of the game in the 75th minute.

Joseph said that scoring the first goal gave his team confidence after which the players believed this could be their turn to win the Québec laurels. The team persevered and were impeccable in defence as they qualified for the Jubilee Trophy finals for the first time in club history.

In the playoff finale, CS Mont-Royal Outremont's starting XI featured Léa Palacio-Tellier in goal, Alyssa Ruscio at right back, Marie-Michèle Brûlé and Sophie Thérien at centre back, Joanie L'Abbé at left back, Noémie Demers-Bouchard, Kaitlyn Fournier, Eve L'Abbé, Virginie Labossière, and Laurence Martel at midfield, and Geneviève Harnois up front.Holly Desiree Corcoran, Anik Levert, Karolanne Montpellier, Mathilde Palacio-Tellier, and Laurie Thibault were substitutes while Zohra Bendouah, Catherine Cloutier, Frédérique Labelle, and Béatrice Toupin were unavailable through injury.

While the club CS Mont-Royal Outremont will make their debut at the 2017 Toyota National Championships from 4-9 October in Surrey, British Columbia, coach Lyonel Joseph will make his return after 31 years. In both 1985 and 1986, coach Joseph led Dorval United to back-to-back third-place finishes at the Jubilee Trophy finals. 

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. The Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.

Saskatoon SK Impact FC have won the 2017 Saskatchewan women's provincial championship to qualify for this year's Toyota National Championships. They will represent their province from 4-9 October in Surrey, British Columbia after winning the Saskatchewan title unchallenged.

Saskatoon SK Impact FC have now won the Saskatchewan Cup in back-to-back years unopposed in the women's provincial final. Head coach Abumere Okonofua will return to the 2017 Jubilee Trophy finals with the core of the team intact after finish seventh in 2016.

New faces to the Saskatoon team are University of Saskatchewan alumni Carmen Gorlick, Meagan Manson and Ali Goodman. Also joining the club are Brooklyn Cockburn, Hannah Costa, Taisa Gabruch, Cassidy Hayward, and Claire Stillwell. Returning players from the 2016 squad are Kelly Cerkowniak, Codi Corrigan Ens, Elizabeth Hudon, Michelle Keene, Sarah Keene, Alicia Middlebrook, Leanne Mylymok, Jenna Newton, Erica Parenteau, Megan Schenher, and Kathleen Schneider.

Of note, both Hudon and Schneider previously won bronze at the 2012 Toyota National Championships with Saskatoon Hollandia Impact, the best finish by a Saskatchewan club since the Jubilee Trophy finals were inaugurated in 1982.

In preparation of the 2017 Jubilee Trophy finals, Saskatoon SK Impact FC's schedule has included exhibition matches against the current University of Saskatchewan squad.

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. The Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.

Words and Photo by Lee Kormish

Scarborough GS United are the first team to win five consecutive Ontario Cup women's championships. Scarborough GS United won the 2017 title on Saturday 9 September, a 3:1 victory over Durham United to qualify for the Toyota National Championships.

Shannen Jainudeen, Gisenia Utreras, and Shana Flynn were the Scarborough goalscorers in the 9 September victory at the Ontario Soccer Centre in Vaughan. Centre back Arin King was Scarborough's player of the match.

"We had a very deep team and we had players available at the right time," said Scarborough coach John Williams. "We make sure that the Ontario Cup is our goal and we do our homework to take this competition seriously."

Jainudeen opened the scoring in the first minute with an assist from Andrea Raso. Utreras then made it 2-0 near the end of the first half with a rocket from just beyond the box. Raso again provided the assist. 

Durham United's Bianca Rossi cut into Scarborough's lead in the 71st minute. Just two minutes later, however, Shana Flynn restored Scarborough's two-goal lead with an assist from Taijah Henderson.

"We knew we were going to pressure them early and try to limit their possession," said Williams. "We wanted to make sure they were not playing through the middle because they are a talented team, especially in the midfield."

Scarborough GS United will compete in the Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy finals from 4-9 October in Surrey, British Columbia.

In the Ontario Cup final, Scarborough GS United's starting XI featured Lauren Cadel in goal, Rachel Matthews at right back, Danielle Blair and Arin King at centre back, Nicole Carvalho at left back, Samantha Cawkell and Samantha Chang at midfield, Gisenia Utreras and Michele Dell'Aquila on the wings, and Andrea Raso and Shannen Jainudeen up front. Nicole Campbell, Sara Di Benedetto, Shana Flynn, Taijah Henderson, Amie Lin and Jenelle Niles all featured as substitutes while Kylie Bordeleau dressed but did not feature. Sylvia Forbes and Jackie Furtado were injured while Maxine Munchie was unavailable for the final.

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. The Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.

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