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RECAP: Day 1 from the 2018 Toyota National Championships U-15 Cup

Posted on 4 October 2018 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Quebec and Alberta lead the way in Laval, QC. The Boys’ and Girls’ U-15 Cup entrants at the 2018 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships sit atop their four respective groups.


2018 Toyota National Championships Boys’ U-15 Cup

Group A

AS Blainville (QC) 8:0 (SK) FC Regina

Hosts Quebec opened the U-15 Cup with an 8:0 victory over Saskatchewan. Nouredine Fellouah, Nicolas Lallier, and Braydi Benvindo Mangala each had two, Alexis Deslongchamps and Edgardo Beza Martinez added singles.

Group B

Edmonton Warriors SC (AB) 3:1 (YT) Whitehorse Yukon SC

Alberta opened their U-15 Cup with a 3:1 win over Yukon Territory. Joshua Mercer and Mario Deluca opened the scoring in the first half for Alberta. Kade Bringsli pulled Yukon back within one, but Mercer put the game out of reach for Edmonton Warriors SC late in the second half.

Group C

Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 2:0 (NB) Fredericton District SA

Manitoba earned a 2:0 win over New Brunswick on goals from Ajay Bonneville in the first half and Alessandro Calado in the second half to move atop Group C.

Group D

Woodbridge Strikers (ON) 0:3 (QC) Panellinios Montréal FC

Quebec opened Group D with a 3:0 victory to a 10-men Ontario. Diego Veliz-Blackburn opened the scoring with a goal in the first half. Jules-Anthony Vilsaint and Djamel Mekallach scored to close the game for Woodbridge Strikers.


2018 Toyota National Championships Girls’ U-15 Cup

Group A

Mountain United (BC) 3:1 (PE) PEI FC

Emma Langley put PEI FC up early in the first half. Holly Ward and Syah Mangat scored a minute apart for British Columbia. Ella Sunde put the game out of reach for Mountain United.

Group B

Lakeshore SC (QC) 1:1 (NB) Fundy SC

Ontario sit atop Girls U-15 Cup Group B defeating New Brunswick.
Erin Vringer and Jaylyn Wright scored for Fundy and Lakeshore in the first and second half with Wright drawing late for Lakeshore SC.

Group C

Calgary South West United SA (AB) 16:0 (YT) Whitehorse Yukon Selects

Anisha Amiri scored early and often with four goals for Alberta against Yukon. Isabel Vega scored three, Sydney Slater, Sophia Shepherd, and Makenna Morrison had two, and Taryn Varga, Sophie Fingarson, and Samathan Boag scored for Calgary South West United.

Group D

Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 1:3 (QC) CS Repentigny

Peyton Enns opened in the first half for Manitoba. Oceane Coulombe Roussy added two before half and Taylor Henry sealed it for the hosts to wrap up the day in Laval.


2018 Toyota National Championships

Canada Soccer's Toyota National Championships run 3-8 October 2017 in Surrey, BC, Laval, QC, and Saskatoon, SK. At all age levels, the Toyota National Championships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the player, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers.



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