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Successful Day 2 Wraps at U-14 Cup in Moncton

Posted on 6 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Another sunny October day greeted participants and spectators at the Canada Soccer U-14 Cup in Moncton. The second match day featured games on both sides of the competition with all teams having now played at least one match. Ontario continue to lead the way with a win by Brampton East, now top of Group A in the Boys U-14 Cup and a tie between Waterloo United, who top Group B, and Bonivital (MB) on the Girls U-14 Cup side of the draw.

U-14 CUP BOYS

Group A – Brampton East (ON) 2-0 (MB) Bonivital SC
Brampton East’s Rodane Tatham (32’, 58’) add two more goals to his tally in Moncton and was too much for Manitoba’s Bonivital SC on the day. The Ontario representatives sit atop Group A with six points.

Group A – Eastside FC (SK) 2-1 (YU) Yukon Strikers
Yukon Strikers’ Joe Hanson (35’ +1) put the tournament’s only team from Yukon ahead in the first half, but, an own goal in the second half strike from Seamus McGettigan (65’) and Eastside FC of Saskatchewan won 2-1.

Group B - Fraser Valley (BC) 1:0 St. Albert Impact (AB)
After a scoreless first half, Fraser Valley’s Jeevan Sidhu (42’) scored to secure the win for Alberta against St. Albert Impact from British Columbia.

Group B - Dartmouth (NS) 6-0 (PE) Hillsborough United
Dartmouth FC earned their first win of the tournament The Nova Scotians were led by Xavier Fitzgerald with a hattrick (10’, 44’ and 50’) giving Hillsborough United no chance to catch up. Goals were added by teammates Deniz Kaptan (33’), Dirk Wierstra (61’), and Benjamin Bruce (70’).

U-14 CUP GIRLS

Group A – Foothills 02 (AB) 3-0 (NS) Halifax County United
Alberta’s Foothills led the way with a 2-0 first half with scores by Allyson Campbell (2’) and Grace Moore (26’) and secured a 3-0 after a late own goal by Nova Scotia’s Halifax County United.

Group A – St. John’s (NL) 1-1 (SK) FC Regina
St. John’s and FC Regina played a scoreless first half until Eden Wells of Saskatchewan scored in the 54’ minute of play. Camryn Bonia (68’) followed with and equalizer for Newfoundland and Labrador securing a point.

Group B - Bonivital SC (MB) 1-1 (ON) Waterloo United
Manitoba’s Bonivial took the lead in the first half on a Sydney Butler (28’) strike. The score remained 1-0 until the 53’ when Ontario’s Emily Penney (53’) stole a point for Waterloo United.

Group B – Moncton Codiac (NB) 5-1 (NB) Fredericton DSA
Olivia Eustace’s first half brace (21, 35’) was enough for Moncton Codiac. FDSA fought hard early in the second half and Amber Kranenburg’s (42’) goal pulled them within one, but, (52’), Andreya Baiani (65’) and Amy Green (70’) secured the NB Derby for Moncton.

 

2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Canada Soccer’s Sport Chek National Championships run 5-10 October 2016 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Lethbridge, Alberta, Vaughan, Ontario, and St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. At all age levels, the Sport Check National Championships 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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