Ontario, Quebec, Alberta into Gold Medal Matches on Teck Finals Day in Charlottetown
Posted on 13 October 2019 in ↳ U-17 Cup
On an overcast day in Charlottetown, Alberta’s Calgary Foothills clinched their place in the Boys’ U-17 Cup Gold Medal Match with a win over PEI FC and will play Woodbridge SC of Ontario on Monday (12:00 AST). Quebec’s St Laurent and BC’s Mountain United will play-off in the Bronze Medal Match.
The Girls’ U-17 Cup finalists (Lakeshore, QC and Ottawa TFC Academy, ON) were already decided after Saturday’s action, but Mountain United of BC, and Nova Scotia’s Halifax County, confirmed their places in the Bronze Medal Match.
BOYS’ U-17 CUP
Group A – Calgary Foothills FC (AB) 3:1 (PE) PEI FC
Calgary Foothills booked their place in the Gold Medal Match on an early goal by Markus Kaiser (6’) and second half goals by Charles Tchouya Nana (70’) and Jonathan Beyene (74’ PK). PEI got an added time consolation through Jesse McGrath (80’ +1).
Group A - St John’s SC (NL) 3:2 (NS) Halifax City SC
St John’s held on for the three points to secure third in the group and win this Atlantic battle, despite a spirited Halifax comeback. Two early goals from Adnan Alamin Mohamed (7’, 12’) and another from Owen Sheppard (24’) gave St John’s a 3-0 lead at half, but Halifax fought back with two from Mykeo Parker Christmas (48’, 63’).
Group B - Mountain United (BC) 7:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC.
Mountain confirmed their spot in the Bronze Medal Match with a dominant performance. Lucas Booth (10’, 73’, 80’) scored three, and Nicholas Momotani (19’), Matias Estay-Larabie (43’), Jasmeet Parmar (53’) and Jordan Curlier (62’) had goals for British Columbia.
Group B – Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 5:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Winnipeg secured third place in Group B with a convincing win over Saskatchewan. Marc-Antonio Paul (10’, 40’, 44’) had a hat-trick and Jean-Paul Reginald (19’) and Tyler Cox-Yestrau (41’) rounded out the scoring for Manitoba. Marc Audino had the clean sheet.
GIRLS’ U-17 CUP
Group A – FC Northwest Winnipeg (MB) 1: 1 (BC) Surrey United
Surrey picked up the one point they needed to book their berth in the Bronze Medal Match. Joanna Gemmell (34’) gave Surrey the lead early from close range, but it was cancelled out by Sydney Tuk (45’) early in the second half. Northwest will play for seventh place.
Group A - Calgary Foothills WFC (AB) 10:0 (SK) FC Regina Bluestars
Grace Stordy (21’, 22’, 24’, 31’) four times in ten first half minutes as Calgary were ruthless in their finishing. Grace Moore (1’, 34’, 36’) scored three times, Jayden Berg (8’, 40’) had two, and a Miranda Baker own goal rounded out the scoring. Despite the win, Alberta finish in third place in Group B on a tiebreaker having lost to British Columbia earlier in the week.
Group B – St John’s SC (NL) 0:2 PEI FC (PE)
PEI FC claimed Atlantic bragging rights with two second half goals, the first a cool volleyed finish from close range by Elly Dobson (68’), and the second a fine individual goal by Heidi Laurwerijssen (70’). PEI FC play in the fifth place match on Teck Finals Day while Newfoundland & Labrador will battle for seventh.
Group B – Halifax County SC (NS) 4:0 (NB) Moncton Codiac SC
An Allie Martin (16’, 56’, 59’) hat-trick meant that Halifax secured their place in the Bronze Medal Match on Teck Finals Day. Leah Pynn (10’) opened the scoring and Gabrielle Laaouan got the shut out for Halifax County. New Brunswick will play for ninth place.
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