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Quebec’s Royal Sélect Beauport win 2019 Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy

Posted on 13 October 2019 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Quebec’s Royal Sélect Beauport won their second Jubilee Trophy defeating Alberta’s Edmonton Northwest United 1:0 in extra time in the Gold Medal Match at the 2019 Toyota National Championships in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.

British Columbia’s Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC earned the bronze medal with a 1:0 win over hosts Feildians from Newfoundland & Labrador on a late second half goal.

Nova Scotia’s United DFC finished in fifth place defeating defending Jubilee Trophy Champions Scarborough GS United and Holy Cross FC from Newfoundland & Labrador defeated Manitoba’s FC Northwest to finish in seventh place. 

Gold Medal Match

Edmonton Northwest United SC (AB) 0:1 a.e.t. (QC) Royal Sélect Beauport

After a scoreless 90 minutes and first half of extra time, Royal Sélect Beauport’s Audrey Genois (107’) scored in the second half of extra time to give the 2016 Jubilee Trophy Champions their second title. Regan McCarthy’s shot off the post a minute after Quebec’s goal nearly equalized for Northwest United. Quebec GK Joëlle Morasse did not allow a goal through the 2019 Toyota National Championships.

Bronze Medal Match

Feildians AA (St. John’s) (NL) 0:1 (BC) Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC

A late goal from Olivia Aguiar (86’) secured the Bronze Medal for British Columbia’s Coquitlam Metro-Ford. Newfoundland & Labrador’s Feildians take fourth place.

5/6 Placement Match

Scarborough GS United (ON) 0:0 (3:4 PKs) (NS) United DFC (Dartmouth)

United DFC defeat defending Jubilee Trophy Champions Scarborough GS United on penalty kicks. After a nil-nil draw, the teams were tied 2:2 on penalties after five kicks. With Olivia Bizzoni’s miss for Ontario, Nova Scotia’s Hanna Dorey potted the winner.  

7/8 Placement Match
Holy Cross FC (NL) 3:1 (MB) FC Northwest Winnipeg
A pair of goals from Holy Cross FC’s Malorie Harris (12‘, 49‘) and a single from Holly O’Neill (62‘) secured seventh place for Newfoundland & Labrador. Kari Hermann (34‘) drew Winnipeg even going into halftime but were unable to hold back Holy Cross in the second half.
Jubilee Trophy Final Standings
  1.      Royal Sélect Beauport
  2.      Edmonton Northwest United SC
  3.      Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC
  4.      Feildians AA
  5.      United DFC
  6.      Scarborough GS United
  7.      Holy Cross FC
  8.      FC Northwest Winnipeg


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