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Halifax Dunbrack win eighth Nova Scotia women's championship

Posted on 22 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Halifax Dunbrack 2:1 Halifax County United More

Holy Cross win Newfoundland Labrador women's championship

Posted on 20 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Holy Cross 4:0 Feildians More

Fredericton Picaroons Reds win NB Cup women's provincial final

Posted on 13 August 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Fredericton's fifth consecutive New Brunswick title More

Surrey United SC win 12th British Columbia title

Posted on 14 May 2017 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Surrey United SC 1:0 North Shore GSC More

Royal-Sélect Beauport lift 2016 Jubilee Trophy

Posted on 16 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Royal-Sélect Beauport More

Beauport break through to win first Jubilee Trophy championship

Posted on 10 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Three times runners up, the Royal broke through this year to capture their first national title. More

Richmond FC qualify for Jubilee Trophy championship final

Posted on 9 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Richmond will have a team in the Jubilee Trophy final for the first time in 30 years More

Beauport, Richmond to face in 2016 Jubilee Trophy final

Posted on 9 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

This will mark Beauport's fourth trip to the Jubilee Trophy final in six years More

Teams hit midway mark of Jubilee Trophy group stage

Posted on 8 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Northwest United solidified their place at the top of table with another win More

Jubilee Trophy finals open at St. John's 2016

Posted on 6 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Eight of the ten women's teams got things underway in St. John’s, Newfoundland Labrador at the 2016 Sport Chek National Championships More

Day 2: Jubilee Trophy finals group stage at St. John's 2016

Posted on 6 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Four more matches - two from each group - were played on 6 October More

Journey to St. John's: squads for the 2016 Jubilee Trophy finals

Posted on 2 October 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

10 teams, 183 players More

Journey to St. John's: finalists for the 2016 Jubilee Trophy

Posted on 23 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Jubilee Trophy finals More

Royal-Sélect Beauport win Québec women's playoff

Posted on 19 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Royal-Sélect Beauport win LSEQ playoffs More

Scarborough GS United win fourth Ontario Cup women's title

Posted on 10 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Scarborough GS United 5:2 Vaughan Azzurri More

Edmonton Northwest United win Alberta provincial women's title

Posted on 5 September 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Edmonton Northwest United 3:2 a.e.t. Edmonton Victoria SC More

Winnipeg WSA North Stars win Manitoba Cup women's championship

Posted on 27 August 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Winnipeg WSA North Stars 2:0 Winnipeg CCS Sweatshack More

Halifax Dunbrack wins Nova Scotia women's provincial title

Posted on 22 August 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Halifax Dunbrack 3:1 Halifax County United More

Holy Cross defeat Kirby United for 2016 Newfoundland Labrador championship

Posted on 21 August 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Holy Cross 1:0 Kirby United SC More

Saskatoon SK Impact FC provincial winners en route to St. John's 2016

Posted on 15 August 2016 in ↳ Jubilee Trophy

Saskatoon Cup winners More

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Halifax Dunbrack SC won their eighth Nova Scotia women's provincial championship in nine years to qualify for the 2017 Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy finals. Halifax Dunbrack SC won 2:1 over Halifax County United SC in the 21 August final, with Kate MacDonald and Leanne Huck the goalscorers at Mainland Commons Field.

From eight provincial titles, this marks the fifth consecutive year in which Halifax Dunbrack have reached the Toyota National Championships. Halifax Dunbrack were Jubilee Trophy national winners in 2010 and third-place finishers in 2009 and 2011. They most recently finished in fifth place at the 2016 National Championships in St. John's, Newfoundland Labrador.

On the journey to Surrey in 2017, Halifax Dunbrack SC finished first in the Nova Scotia Soccer League with 12 wins, one draw, and two losses. 

"We have an awesome team that's dynamic and has a lot of different types of players, so as the game goes on, our depth is key," said MacDonald, captain of Halifax Dunbrack SC. "We want to win, so we go all in to make that happen."

MacDonald opened the scoring in the 13th minute after Jeanette Huck initiated the play from the right side. Huck played it to Brianne Moore at the top of the box and she played it to Leanne Huck, who swung the ball to MacDonald. The initial chance on goal was stopped by Halifax County United goalkeeper Maris Miller, but MacDonald gathered the rebound and put it past Miller.

Leanne Huck then made it 2-0 in the 41st minute near the end of the first half. MacDonald delivered a corner kick into the box and, after an initial touch inside the box, was put away by Huck.

Halifax County United finally got one back in the 86th minute, but it was too little, too late. Ashley Poirier slipped in behind the backline, took a strike on goal from a wide angle, but the attempt was stopped by goalkeeper Tiffany O'Donnell. From the initial save, the ball deflected into the six yard box from which Michelle Yates capitalised on the loose ball for the 2-1 goal.

"Halifax County United is a great team and we knew there would be times where we would be under pressure and uncomfortable, so we relied a lot on our experience," said MacDonald.

Halifax Dunbrack SC's starting XI featured Tiffany O'Donnell in goal, Taylor Goodwin at right back, Candace Conrad and Kimberly Hardy at centre back, Jeanette Huck at left back, and Adelle Goodfellow, Kate MacDonald, Rachelle LaLande, Brianne Moore, and Rieka Santilli from the midfield up through to the attack. Coach Derek Gaudet also featured Meagan McKenna, Monica Diab, Ally Read, Jenna Boudreau, Holly Buckler, and Lianna deKoe as substitutes in the second half. Ashley Blank and Jayden Boudreau dressed but did not feature; April Trowbridge, Jessica Lush, and Melissa Gaudet were not available.

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. 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. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.

With photo and files from Soccer Nova Scotia

 

Holy Cross won a second-consecutive Newfoundland Labrador women's provincial championship to qualify for the 2017 Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy finals. The St. John's club won 4:0 over city rivals Feildians AAA, completing a provincial season in which they captured both the league and playoff titles.

Regular season and playoff MVP Jessie Noseworthy led the way with a first-half hat trick at Topsail Field in Conception Bay South. Jane Pope also scored for Holy Cross in the 19 August victory.

"We formed this team two years ago with a goal towards getting back to the Toyota National Championships under the Holy Cross banner on the women's side," said head coach Noel "Jake" Stanford. "We've done that (and next) we want to win national medals."

Noseworthy opened the scoring in the second minute on a diving header after the ball had hit the crossbar. Holy Cross then made it 2-0 in the 28th minute as Jane Pope scored on a cross from substitute Emily Bailey.

From there, things started to roll. Noseworthy made it 3-0 in the 35th minute and 4-0 in the 41st minute. Her second goal of the night was again a header while her hat trick goal came off a cross by Connie Lewis.

In full control, Holy Cross played out the second half to a 4-0 win.

"We wanted to score the first goal and we played a high pressure game, moving the ball on the floor and putting it into the attacking third as quickly as we could," said Stanford. "Kudos to the girls for their attitude and playing throughout the season. It was special that we were able to get every single player on the field during a championship match."

Holy Cross SC's starting XI featured Jamie Crocker in goal, Noelle Stanford at right back, Paula Whitten and Spencer Wilkins at centre back, Keisha Younge at left back, and Teri Murphy, Lauren Taylor, Nicole Torraville, Jessie Noseworthy, Jane Pope, and Maria Mackey from the midfield up through the attack. Jennifer Bent, Emily Bailey, Julie Crocker, Holly O'Neill, Melissa Reid, Anna AuCoin, Connie Lewis, and Taylor Doyle all featured as substitutes. Alyssa Armstrong was not available for the final.

"I think we peaked at the right time," said Noseworthy. "We had a very strong season and we were able to come together at the end."

Holy Cross now returns to National Championships Jubilee Trophy finals, which this year will be played in Surrey, British Columbia from 4-9 October. Said Noseworthy, "understanding the level of play at the (Jubilee Trophy finals) will help us better prepare for the experience and what to expect when we get there."

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. 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. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs.

With photo and files from Colleen McConnell

 

Fredericton Picaroons Reds are heading back to the Jubilee Trophy finals after qualifying for the 2017 Toyota National Championships. The Fredericton club won their fifth consecutive New Brunswick women's provincial championship, this time 1:0 over Moncton Codiac at BMO Centre in Fredericton.

Amanda Kenny was again the goalscoring hero while Lindsey Lohnes was Fredericton's player of the match. Lucy Parkin, who pulled the strings in the midfield and delivered the corner kick which led to the Kenny goal, also played a key role in the victory.

The goal came late in the second half. From the Parkin corner kick, there was a scramble before Kenny scored from 15 yards out for the lone goal of the championship match.

"I think there is a lot of pride in keeping the trophy in our house," said head coach Jonathan Crossland. "Our players know that they can go out there and perform."

Fredericton's starting XI in the 12 August final featured Sami Jo Bell in goal, Emily Degrace at right back, Lindsey Lohnes and Rachel Greechan at centre back, Paige Wilson at left back, Lucy Parkin,Kayla Painter, and Michelle DeCourcey at midfield, and Lauren Cubbon, Danika Lefebvre, and Amanda Kenny up front. Louisa Hughes featured as a substitute while Sarah Hickman, Natalie Boucher, Silvia Fullerton, and Chelsey Leahy dressed but did not feature.

Canada Soccer’s Toyota National Championships serves as our nation’s premier amateur competition, with the 2017 edition featuring close to 600 clubs from across the country competing for a spot at one of three locations: the men’s Challenge Trophy and women’s Jubilee Trophy finals in Surrey, British Columbia; the boys and girls U-17 Cup finals in Fredericton, New Brunswick; and the boys and girls U-15 Cup finals in Calgary, Alberta. 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. These competitions are complimented by both the Futsal Canadian Championship and the Canadian Championship featuring Canada’s professional clubs. 

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