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Alberta to face Quebec in Jubilee Trophy Gold Medal Match

Posted on 12 October 2019 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Day four at the Jubilee Trophy competition saw a pair of 2:0 victories as Edmonton’s Northwest United SC defeated Newfoundland & Labrador’s Feildians AA of St. John’s to secure Group A and Royal Sélect Beauport from Quebec defeated Coquitlam Metro-Ford to top Group B. Both teams earned their spot in Sunday 13 October’s Jubilee Trophy Gold Medal Match at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.

Group A - Edmonton Northwest United SC (AB) 2:0 (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s

Sheena Tracey (9’) and Erika Vecchio (48’) scored early in each half to defeat Newfoundland & Labrador. Edmonton Northwest earns a Gold Medal berth with their victory over Feildians, who move into the Bronze Medal Match on Teck Finals Day.

Group A - Scarborough GS United (ON) 2:2 (NL) Holy Cross FC

Holy Cross took the lead early on a Jessie Noseworthy (2’) goal and Holly O’Neill (78’) looked to put the game out of reach, but, Cassandra Sribny’s (28’) first half goal and Olivia Bizzoni’s (85’) in the second half earned the point for Ontario. With the point, however, Newfoundland & Labrador knock defending champions Scarborough GS United out of medal contention.

Group B - Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC (BC) 0:2 (QC) Royal Sélect Beauport

Kim Tremblay (35') scored with ten minutes remaining in the first half and Gabrielle Lapointe’s (45+2') first half added time goal earned British Columbia a top place finish in Group B. Royal Sélect Beauport moves on to the Gold Medal Match while Coquitlam Metro-Ford will play for bronze.

Group B - United DFC (NS) 2:0 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg

United DFC earned their first points of the 2019 Toyota National Championships defeating Manitoba 2:0. Elizabeth Mcphail’s (3’, 27’) first half brace was enough to secure third place in Group B for Nova Scotia.

 

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