RECAP: DAY 4 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary
Posted on 8 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup
Manitoba, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia have reached the semi-finals on the girls' side of the U-17 Cup in Calgary, Alberta. Inter SC Edmonton will face Surrey United SC while CS Monteuil face Winnipeg FC Northwest. On the boys' side of the draw Quebec, Alberta, Ontario and Manitoba are through to the semis. CS Longueuil will face London Youth Whitecaps while Calgary Foothills will face Bonivital.
U-15 CUP BOYS
Quarterfinal – London Youth Whitecaps (ON) 0:0 (6:5) (AB) Calgary Eastside Memorial FC
London advances to face Quebec on Sunday after earning the victory on penalty kicks.
Quarterfinal – Calgary Foothills SC (AB) 2:0 (PEI) Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC
Calgary Foothills advance to Sunday's semifinals with the victory. Anthony Pollera and Gareth Smith-Doyle scored for Alberta
Quarterfinal – Mountain United FC (BC) 0:1 (MB) Winnipeg Bonivital SC
Winnpeg advance to meet Foothills on Sunday defeating Mountain United. Simon Roy with the winner, Stefano Ciccarelli with the cleansheet.
Quarterfinal – CS Longueuil (QC) 3:1 (NS) Halifax City SC
Quebec advance to the semi-finals behind a brace from Sami McDuff and single from JÉRÉMIE Omeonga Nkoy. Kyle Routledge scored for Nova Scotia.
9th-12th – Saskatoon South (SK) 1:1 (NB) Fundy SC
Saskatchewan and Fundy draw in the first match of the consolation round. Kale McCallum scored for New Brunswick. Thomas Diegel for Saskatchewan.
9th-12th – Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC (YK) 0:2 (NL) St. John's SC
Newfoundland & Labrador earn three ponits in their opening consolation round match. Dylan Hartson and Cabhan O'Keefe with the goals. Innocent Ndaitouroum earns the clean sheet.
U-15 CUP GIRLS
Quarterfinal – Inter SC Edmonton (AB) 6:0 (NL) St. John's SC
Alberta earn their place in Sunday's semi-final with a convincing win against Newfoundland & Labrador. Sophie Walsh (2), Nicole Brodeur, Mattia Ricioppo, Vanessa Pietramala, and Lana Shahadat scored for Inter. Danielle Hamieh earned the shutout.
Quarterfinal – Winnipeg FC Northwest (MB) 2:1 (NS) Suburban FC
A semi-final place earned for Manitoba after their defeat of Nova Scotia on goals from Chloe Zarillo and Hailey Slobodian. Grace Somers got the solo goal for Nova Scotia.
Quarterfinal – CS Monteuil Laval (QC) 2:0 (SK) FC Regina
Quebec's semi-final berth came courtesy goals from Jeanne Larivee and Alexie Rich. Evelyne Martineau earned another shutout with the victory.
Quarterfinal – Kitchener SC Academy (ON) 0:2 (BC) Surrey United SC
British Columbia defeated Ontario to find their way to a Sunday semi-final match on goals from Sophie Campbell and Mikayla Tupper and behind a shutout from GK Soninka Nandha.
9th-12th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC (PE) 2:1 (NT) Northwest Territories
Prince Edward Island's Jenna Frizzell and Helena Vos scored to take full points from their first consolation group match. Molly Gillard scored for Northwest Territories.
9th-12th – Moncton Codiac First Touch (NB) 3:0 (YT) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC
Kathryn Perry scored a brace and Emelie Arsenault earned the cleansheet as New Burnswick blanked Yukon. Sarah Forsythe scored the other Moncton goal.
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.