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RECAP: Day 3 Toyota National Championships U-15 Cup

Posted on 5 October 2018 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Day 3 proved pivotal for teams looking to advance to the Gold Medal side of the seeding phase. The seeding phase matchups are set across the U-15 Cup competition in Laval, QC. British Columbia, Alberta, and Quebec finished undefeated on the Girls side of the competition, while Quebec, Alberta, and Manitoba did so on the Boys side of the competition. 
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AS Blainville, Edmonton Warriors, and Bonivital all won games to capture first place in their group. Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, PEI and British Colubmia move into the relegation round. 
Group A

AS Blainvile (QC) 4:0 (NL) Feildians AA St. John’s
In a duel to determine first place in Group A, AS Blainville beat Feildians AA St. John's 4-0. In the seeding phase, AS Blainville will face Woodbrigde Strikers, second in Group D, while Feildians AA St John's will face Panellinios Montreal FC, first in the same Group D. FC Regina finished third in the group.
Group B

Edmonton Warriors SC (AB) 5:0 (NS) Halifax Dunbrack SC
Seeking a spot in the playoff phase, Halifax Dunbrack SC was stopped by Edmonton Warri-ors SC in a 5-0 loss. Edmonton Warriors SC will face Fredericton DSA, second in Group C, while Whitehorse Yukon SC, second in Group B, will face first place in Group C, Winnipeg Bonivital SC. Halifax Dunbrack SC finished 3rd.
Group C

Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 4:2 (PE) PEI FC
Winnipeg Bonivital SC secured their top spot in Group C on Day 3 with a 4-2 win over PEI FC. Group No. 1 Winnipeg Bonivital SC will face the Yukon side in the seeding phase, while Fredericton DSA will play Edmonton's Edmonton Warriors SC. PEI FC finishes 3rd.
Group D

Woodbrigde Strikers (ON) 3:0 (BC) Vancouver Island Wave
The duel, which aimed to determine the team that will finish second in Group D, was won by Woodbridge Strikers by the mark of 3-0. In the seeding phase, Panellinios Montreal FC and Woodbrigde Strikers now know their opponents as they face respectively Feildians AA St. John's and AS Blainville. Vancouver Island Wave finished 3rd.

Mountain United and Calgary South West United won on Day 3 to stay undefeated heading into the seeding phase. PEI, New Brunswick, Yukon and Newfoundland & Labrador move into the relegation round. 
Group A

Mountain United (BC) 2:1 (ON) Cumberland United SC Cobras
Mountain United and Cumberland United SC Cobras had first place of Group A in sight but it was British Columbia that went victorious by the score of 2-1. Mountain United will face Winni-peg Bonivital SC, 2nd in Group D, while Cumberland United SC Cobras will face Group D lead-ers CS Repentigny. PEI FC finished 3rd.
Group B

Lakeshore SC (QC) 3:1 (NS) Valley United SC
Lakeshore SC was able to win their last game of the group stage 3-1 against Valley United SC, to take top spot in Group B. They will face FC Regina in the playoff phase, while Valley Unit-ed SC will face Calgary South West United SA. Fundy SC finished 3rd.
Group C

Calgary South West United SA (AB) 2:0 (SK) FC Regina
In this matchup for the Group lead, Calgary South West United SA won 2-0 against FC Re-gina. Alberta will take on Nova Scotia's Valley United SC, while Regina will face Lakeshore SC, first in Group B. Whitehorse Yukon Selects finishes 3rd.
Group D

Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 4:1 (NL) Conception Bay South SC
Winnipeg Bonivital SC confirmed their second place in Group D as they defeated Conception Bay South SC 4-1. They will face Mountain United, first in Group A, while Group D leaders CS Repentigny will take on Cumberland United SC Cobras. Conception Bay South SC finishes 3rd.

2018 Toyota National Championships
Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships run 3-8 October 2018 in Saskatoon, Saskatche-wan, Surrey, British Columbia, and Laval, Quebec. At all age levels, the Toyota National Champi-onships provide a meaningful soccer experience for host cities and participating teams, as well as the players, coaches, support staff, officials, and volunteers.

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