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RECAP: Day 4 of the U-15 Cup in Laval, QC

Posted on 7 October 2018 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Ontario, Quebec, Alberta led the way in U-15 Cup action on Day 5 from Laval, QC. Teams from all three provinces qualified in both sides of the competition.


At the Boys U-15 Cup, Woodbridge Strikers from Ontario will face Winnipeg Bonivital and Panellionios Montreal FC will face Edmonton Warriors SC in the Semi-Finals. Mountain United will face Calgary South West United while Cumberland United SC Cobras and Lakeshore FC earn Semi-Final berths at the U-15. The winning teams will play in the Gold Medal matches on Teck Finals Day 8 October.


2018 Boys U-15 Cup


Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec, and Alberta earned their place in the Semi-Final of the Boys U-15 Cup. In the seeding games for 9-12, BC sit atop the group on three points from their win over Saskatchewan. Nova Scotia and PEI drew and are tied for second.


Boys #U15Cup #Laval AS Blainville (QC) 0:1 Woodbridge Strikers (ON)


Ontario defeats Quebec to earn their place in the Semi-Final. Adam Di Vittorio scored for Woodbridge Strikers.


Boys #U15Cup #Laval Edmonton Warriors SC (AB) 6:0 Fredericton DSA (NB)


Shameiks Mcleod scored two, and Joshua Mercer, Mario Deluca, Eddie Muwanga and Khaled Sharab had goals for New Brunswick.


Boys #U15Cup #Laval FC Regina (SK) 1:4 Vancouver Island Wave (BC)


Jack Napier-Ganley scored three and Nicholas Guildford had a goal for British Columbia.


Boys #U15Cup #Laval NS-Halifax Dunbrack SC (NS) 0:0 PEI FC (PE)


Nova Scotia and PEI drew and are tied for second in the seeding round group.


Boys #U15Cup #Laval Panellinios MontrÈal FC (QC) 4:0 Feildians AA St. John's (NL)


Shameiks Mcleod had two, Joshua Mercer, Mario Deluca, Eddie Muwanga, Khaled Sharab each scored once  


Boys #U15Cup #Laval Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB) 1:0 Whitehorse Yukon SC (NT)


Manitoba’s Alessandro Calado scored to win the game for Winnipeg Bonivital.



2018 Girls U-15 Cup


Ontario, Quebec, BC, and Alberta qualifed for the Semi-Final round of the 2018 Girls U-15 Cup. New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island each sit with three points in the seeding round on the girls side of the competition.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval CS Repentigny (QC) 2:3 Cumberland United SC Cobras (ON)


Flavie Dube, Florence Belzile, and Amelia Thompson scored for Ontario. Julianne Fortin and Ariane Blais scored for Quebec.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval PEI FC (PE) 2:0 Conception Bay South SC (NL)


Elly Dobson scored for PEI FC, Tyra Cable had the own goal.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval Mountain United (BC) 3:1 Winnipeg Bonivital SC (MB)


Ella Sunde, Jennifer Hasimoto, Laine Delmotte scored for BC, Peyton Enns scored for Manitoba.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval Lakeshore SC (QC) 4:2 FC Regina (SK)


Magali Gagne had two goals for Lakeshore. Marissa Horton and Vanessa Kumar also scored for Quebec. Kaite Chun, Piper Evans scored for Saskatchewan.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval Calgary South West United SA (AB) 2:0 Valley United SC (NS)


Isabel Vega, Makenna Morrison scored for Calgary South West United.


Girls #U15Cup #Laval Fundy SC (NB) 6:0 Whitehorse Yukon Selects (NT)


Paige Allaby had three and Erin Vvringer, Gabriella Rocca, and Hope Gaudet had goals as Fredericton kicked off the seeding group with a win.





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