Edmonton Victoria SC claim seventh Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Victoria defeated Holy Cross on Teck Finals Day at the 2017 Toyota National Championships. With their 3:0 Monday win, they topped the medal group standings to win their seventh Jubilee Trophy championship since 2004 . Surrey United finished second to win silver while Holy Cross of St. John’s won the bronze medal.

This is the 16th time in 36 years that the Jubilee Trophy heads to Alberta. Edmonton Victoria SC are now second overall in Jubilee Trophy titles, with only nine-time winners Edmonton Angels ahead of them in the record books.

Edmonton Victoria posted three wins and one draw over the six-day Toyota National Championships. Tori Martyn, who played both centre back and midfield, was named Most Valuable Player of the Jubilee Trophy finals.


Group Seeding Phase; Positions 1-3 – Holy Cross SC (NL) 0:3 (AB) Edmonton Victoria SC

Heather Lund scored her tournament-best fourth goal of the tournament before Elise Emmott secured the group winner to make it 2-0 within 10 minutes of the second half. Captain Kristyn Shapka made it 3-0 before the end of the match. Megan Duro of Edmonton and Alyssa Armstrong of Holy Cross were players of the match.

Group Seeding Phase; Positions 4-6 – CS Mont-Royal Outremont (QC) 0:2 (ON) Scarborough GS United

Scarborough’s Maxine Murchie and Kodee Williams each scored in the first half while Lauren Cadel recorded the clean sheet. With the win, Scarborough secured fourth place ahead of CS Mont-Royal Outremont and Halifax Dunbrack.

Group Seeding Phase; Positions 7-9 – Saskatoon SK Impact FC (SK) 1:0 (BC) North Shore GSC Renegades

Saskatoon SK Impact FC did not allow a goal in the second group phase. Codi Corrigan and Alicia Middlebrook shared goalkeeping duties and the clean sheet while Cassidy Hayward scored the winner in the 63rd minute. With the win, Saskatoon finished seventh ahead of North Shore GSC and Fredericton Picaroons Reds.


2017 Toyota National Championships
Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships run 4-9 October 2017 in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Calgary, Alberta, and Surrey, British Columbia. At all age levels, 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.