RECAP: Day 2 from the 2018 Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup
Posted on 5 October 2018 in ↳ U-17 Cup
Results from Day 2 of the 2018 Toyota National Championships U-17 Cup will lead to an exciting Day 3 as teams look to lock up their respective groups and advance to the seeding phase with a gold medal in mind. Undefeated teams in two groups in each competition will settle the seeding as Alberta and Nova Scotia, and Quebec and Newfoundland & Labrador in the Girls’ U-17 Cup and Ontario and Newfoundland, and Alberta and Quebec battle for the top spot.
Manitoba will look to lock up top spot in Group A on matchday three while Groups B and C have matchups featuring undefeated teams. Group D sees hometown Surrey United with the chance to take first place from rivals Coquitlam Metro-Ford.
The Saskatoon Selects beat PEI FC 2-0. Harry Crampton and Rajesh Rodney scored for Saskatchewan.
Feildians AA St. John's (NL) 7:1 (NT) Yellowknife Bay SC
Feildians Athletic Association defeated Yellowknife Bay SC 7-1. Joshua Power scored two goals, Theo Amey, Evan Knight, and Cameron Lundigran each had one in the first half. Cameron Flynn added another goal in the second half. Austin Sleno scored for Northwest Territories. Mazen Daher had an own goal.
Suburban FC (NS) 4:4 (BC) Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC
Coquitlam Metro Ford got two early goals from Jeevan Hull and Anthony Page-Vincelli, but, Suburban FC battled back with two goals from Scott Firth and Liam Kelly to take the lead 3-2. British Columbia Kyle Slavik and Ethan Gaddu added two more goals, however Suburban FC’s Liam Kelly added a second and tied the game with a late goal.
The 2018 Toyota National Championships Girls’ U-17 Cup competition remains tight with no team having a lock on the top of any of the four groups. Quebec will face Newfoundland for the top of Group A while Alberta look to do the same. The hometown Surrey United SC can lock up Group D with a win, as well.
Ashely O'Neill scored a hat trick and led St John's SC to a 4-2 defeat over FC Regina. The teams back and forth game saw Newfoundland & Labrador move into a tie atop the group. Alex Murphy added the fourth goal for Newfoundland & Labrador. Laura Murphy also had an own goal. Abby Patterson scored for Saskatchewan.
PEI FC won 1-0 against Fredericton DSA in a close battle. Braylan Maceachern scored for PEI.
Sherwood Park Phoenix defeated Yellowknife Bay SC 10-0. Alyssa Linford scored a hat trick, Jordan Vanderveen and Raya Atkins each scored two goals, with Grace Mullane, Shelby Christensen, Jordan Fleming each adding one.