TECK Finals Day matchups set at U-14 Cup in Moncton
Posted on 9 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup
British Columbia teams will vie for gold on both sides of the U-14 Cup at the Sport Chek National Championships on TECK Finals Day 10 October. Fraser Valley will take on Brampton East Blades in Boys action while Surrey United will battle Foothills for the Girls title. Manitoba, Alberta, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Ontario will each have a shot at a medal in Bronze medal matches.
U-14 CUP BOYS
Group A - Bonivital SC (MB) 4:1 (YU) Yukon Strikers
The Yukon Strikers took a first half lead on a Joe Hanson (21’) goal in to halftime. Bonivital SC came back strong in the second half four goals to secure second place in Group A and a place in the TECK Finals Day bronze medal match. Reginald Jean Paul (38’), Tyler Cox (51’, 55’) and Simon Roy (53’) with the Manitoba goals.
Group A – Eastside FC (SK) 0:2 (NB) Fredericton DSA
A scoreless half left both team fighting harder to get the first goal in the second half. New Brunswick’s FDSA go two quick goals Samuel Everett (56’) and Andrew Arseneau (58’) midway through the second half to set up in the fifth place match.
Group B - St. Albert Impact (AB) 7:0 (PE) Hillsborough United
St. Albert Impact rounded out their Group B schedule with a 7-0 win against Hillsborough United with goals by Euan Bartlett (11’), Ousmani Maheshe (12’, 18’, 33’, 34’) and Olivier Titchener (51’). They’ll play for bronze on TECK Finals Day.
Group B – Dartmouth FC (NS) 0:1 (NL) St. John's SC
After a scoreless first half, Owen Sheppard (61’) led his team to a win against NS and a place in the fifth place match on Monday.
U-14 CUP GIRLS
Group A - Halifax County United (NS) 0:1 (SK) FC Regina
Saskatchewan won 1-0 against Nova-Scotia on an Eden Wells (21’) strike. FC Regina will play for fifth after finishing third in Group A.
Group A – St. John’s SC (NL) 4:0 (PE) RC United
A first minute strike for St. John’s by Ashley O’Neill followed by Camryn Bonia (20’, 23’) and Alyssa Jenkins (26’) goals in the first half was enough as St. John’s did enough to play itself into a Bronze medal match.
Group B - Waterloo United (ON) 7:0 (NB) Fredericton DSA
Goals by Tegan Morrison (5’, 68’), Abby White (17’), Emily Penney (32’, 43’), Emma Liske (41’) and Kayla Kraemer (54’) see Waterloo United into the Bronze medal match.
Group B – Moncton Codiac (NB) 1:3 (BC) Surrey United SC
Surrey United jumped out to an early lead with goals from Mikayla Tupper (3’) and Madelin Mah (19’). Sophia Kramer (49’) added to the lead early in the second half. Moncton Codiac fought hard to catch up adding a late Kathryn Perry (70’) goal but the BC reps saw their way into the Gold medal match on TECK Finals Day.
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.