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RECAP: DAY 5 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary

Posted on 9 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Teck Finals Day will feature Quebec teams in both gold medal matches at the U-15 Cup in Calgary, Alberta.On the boys' side, CS Longueuil defeated London Youth Whitecaps to earn their right to face Calgary Foothills for gold. Foothills defeated Bonivital who will now face London for bronze.On the gir More

RECAP: DAY 6 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary

Posted on 9 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Teck Finals Day at the U-15 Cup in Calgary saw intense competition and a large crowd base out to watch as teams battled for gold at the 2017 Toyota National Championships.Quebec’s CS Longueuil scored in extra time to secure the Boys’ U-15 Cup 2:1 over hometown Calgary Foothills. The bron More

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 throu More

RECAP: DAY 3 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary

Posted on 6 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Day 3 - U-15 Cup - 2017 Toyota National Championships More

DAY 1 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary, AB

Posted on 5 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Day 1 - U-15 Cup 2017 Toyota National Championships More

RECAP: DAY 2 at the U-15 Cup in Calgary

Posted on 5 October 2017 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Day 2 - U-15 Cup - 2017 Toyota National Championships More

Alberta, Ontario tops U-14 Cup at Teck Finals Day in Moncton

Posted on 10 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Finals day results in Moncton More

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 More

Ontario, Alberta lead the way on match day 3 in Moncton

Posted on 8 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Alberta and Ontario leading the way and moving closer to positions in the TECK Finals on 10 Oct More

U-14 Cup Finals nearly set as Alberta, Ontario and BC break away

Posted on 8 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Match day four was a pivotal one on both sides of the U-14 Cup draw in Moncton More

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 More

Sportchek National Championships U-14 Cup underway in Moncton, NB

Posted on 5 October 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

The Sport Chek Club National Championships U-14 Cup kicked off 5 October More

Moncton ready to host 2016 Sport Chek National Championships

Posted on 23 September 2016 in ↳ U-15 Cup

U-14 Cup from 5-10 October in Moncton More

Boys U-14 Cup: Penalty shoot-out gains Ontario a spot in the U-14 Cup boys final

Posted on 12 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Eastern Eagles U14 Boys (PE) 1-1 Yukon (YU); Fundy Soccer (NB) 1-0 St.John’s (NL2); Epic FC Toronto (ON) 4-3 Sherwood Park Phoenix (AB); Nova Scotia (NS) 0-2 Bonivital SC (MB); Lakewood Atletico (SK) 1-0 Feildians (NL); CS Repentigny (QC) 0-1 Surrey United (BC) More

Girls U-14 Cup: Alberta girls are golden at U-14 Cup in St. John’s, NL

Posted on 12 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Calgary Foothills (AB) 1-0 FC Northwest (MB); AS Brossard (QC) 5-0 St. John’s SC (NL); CBS (NL2) 1-0 Riverview Celts (NB); PEI 3-2 FC Regina (SK); Fusion FC (BC) 16-0 Yukon (TU); Woolwich Wolfpack (ON) 4-0 Nova Scotia (NS) More

Boys U-14 Cup: An “Epic” ending for the boys U-14 Cup

Posted on 12 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Epic FC Toronto (ON) 2-1 Surrey United (BC); CS Repentigny(QC) 1-0 Sherwood Park Phoenix (AB); Bonivital SC (MB) 2-0 Lakewood Athletico (SK); Nova Scotia (NS) 6-2 Feildians (NL); Fundy Soccer (NB) 5-1 Eastern Eagles (PE); Yukon (YU) 2-1 St. John’s (NL2) More

Girls U-14 Cup: Alberta girls take their fourth clean sheet into Monday’s final

Posted on 11 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Riverview Celts (NB) 0-5 AS Brossard (QC); CBS (NL2) 0-2 St. John's Soccer Club U14 Girls (NL) ; Woolwich Wolfpack (ON) 0-1 FC Northwest (MB); Prince Edward Island (PE) 6-0 Yukon (YU); FC Regina (SK) 1-2 Fusion FC (BC) More

Boys U-14 Cup: Repentigny clinches top spot in Group D

Posted on 10 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Epic FC Toronto (ON) 14-0 Eastern Eagles U14 Boys (PE); Surrey United (BC) 4-1 Bonivital SC (MB); Sherwood Park Phoenix (AB) 3-0 Newfoundland and Labrador (NL); CS Repentigny (QC) 1-0 Southern Shore United FC (NS) More

Girls U-14 Cup: Alberta secures spot in semis with a 1-0 victory over Quebec

Posted on 10 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Calgary Foothills (AB) 1-0 AS Brossard (QC); FC Northwest (MB) 2–0 St. John’s SC (NL) Woolwich Wolfpack (ON) 5-0 CBS Strikers (NL2); Nova Scotia (NS) 3 – 1 Riverview Celts (NB); Fusion FC (BC) 2–1 PEI (PE); FC Regina (SK) 4–0 Yukon Strikers (YU) More

Boys U-14 Cup: Alberta advances to semi-finals

Posted on 10 October 2015 in ↳ U-15 Cup

Sherwood Park Phoenix (AB) 4-0 Bonivital SC (MB); St. John's (NL2) 1-0 Eastern Eagles (PE); Fundy Soccer (NB) 2-1 Yukon (YU); Epic FC Toronto (ON) 5-0 Nova Scotia (NS); Surrey United (BC) 1 - 0 Fieldians (NL); CS Repentigny (QC) 3-0 Lakewood Athletico (SK) More

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Teck Finals Day at the U-15 Cup in Calgary saw intense competition and a large crowd base out to watch as teams battled for gold at the 2017 Toyota National Championships.

Quebec’s CS Longueuil scored in extra time to secure the Boys’ U-15 Cup 2:1 over hometown Calgary Foothills. The bronze medal went to Manitoba’s Bonivital who defeated London Youth Whitecaps from Ontario.

British Columbia secured the gold medal as Surrey United defeated CS Monteuil from Quebec 1:0. Alberta’s Inter SC Edmonton defeated Manitoba’s Winnipeg FC Northwest 4:0 to take bronze. 


U-15 CUP BOYS

1st/2nd – CS Longueuil (QC) 2:1 (AB) Calgary Foothills SC

CS Longueuil won the gold medal defeating Calgary Foothills with an extra time winner. Gabriel Muboyayi and Komi Paul Moussou scored for Quebec. Owen Antoniuk had the goal for Alberta.

3rd/4th – London Youth Whitecaps (ON) 0:1 (MB) Bonivital SC

Mossimo Ciccarelli scored for Mantioba to secure the bronze medal for Bonivital over Ontario’s London Youth Whitecaps. Stefano Ciccarelli earned the shutout in the victory.

5th/6th – Calgary Eastside Memorial (AB) 1:3 (BC) Mountain United SC

BC finished fifth after a 3:1 victory over Alberta. A Zachariah Thomas brace and single from Zakiy Karim sealed it for Mountain United. Hani Debesay scored for Calgary.

7th/8th – Halifax City SC (NS) 1:4 (PE) Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC

A brace from Santiago Gomez and singles from Keiran Gallant, and Kyle Connell saw PEI take seventh place. Halifax City’s goal was scored by Mykeo Parker-Christmas.

9th-12th – Saskatoon South (SK) 1:0 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC

Saskatchewan took 1:0 victory over Yukon with a goal from Connor Painchaud. Maykol Ulboa earned the shutout. 

9th-12th – Fundy SC (NB) 0:2 (NL) St. John’s SC

Goals from Dylan Hartson and Owen Sheppard clinched the consolation round for St. John’s. Riley Kelloway and Innocent Ndaitouroum shared the shutout.


U-15 CUP GIRLS

1st/2nd – Surrey United (BC) 1:0 (QC) CS Monteuil Laval

Sophia Kramer’s first half goal was enough for Surrey United to earn the gold medal over Quebec’s CS Monteuil Laval. Soninka Nandha earned the clean sheet for the champions.

3rd/4th – Inter SC Edmonton (AB) 3:0 (MB) Winnipeg FC Northwest

Inter SC Edmonton won bronze with a 3:0 victory over Winnipeg FC Northwest. Rachel Salyn, Nicole Brodeur, and Sophie Walsh scored for Alberta, while Danielle Hamieh earned the shutout.

5th/6th – St. John’s (NL) 1:0 (SK) FC Regina

Ashley O’Neill’s goal secured fifth place for St. John’s while Amanda Pearcey earned the shutout.

7th/8th – Kitchener Academy (ON) 1:5 (SK) (NS) Suburban FC

Suburban FC secured seventh place with a 5:1 victory behind goals from Grace Somers (2), Claire Langille, Erin McCormick, and Adrianna Timmons. Maxeen Rygowska-Sieczkowski scored for Ontario.

9th-12th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC (PE) 3:1 (NB) Moncton Codiac First Touch

PEI secured the consolation round with two goals from Helena Vos and one from Heidi Lauwerijssen. Kathryn Perry scored for New Brunswick.

9th-12th – Northwest Territories (NT) 0:2 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC

Yukon secure a 2:0 win over Northwest Territories courtesy of the two goals from Abby Rich. 


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.

Teck Finals Day will feature Quebec teams in both gold medal matches at the U-15 Cup in Calgary, Alberta.

On the boys' side, CS Longueuil defeated London Youth Whitecaps to earn their right to face Calgary Foothills for gold. Foothills defeated Bonivital who will now face London for bronze.

On the girls' side of the draw, CS Monteuil Laval's 1:0 victory over Winnipeg FC Northwest placed them in the gold medal match. They'll face Surrey United SC who's 0:0 (3:1) PK victory over Inter SC Edmonton rounded out the medal matchups.


U-15 CUP BOYS

Semi-final – London Youth Whitecaps (ON) 0:1 (QC) CS Longueuil

Quebec earned their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day by defeating Ontario 1:0 on 56’ goal from Xavier Malo. London move to the bronze medal game with the defeat.

Semi-final – Calgary Foothills SC (AB) 3:0 (MB) Bonivital SC

The undefeated Alberta squad earn their spot in the Gold Medal match with a 3:0 win over Manitoba. Goals scored by Charles Nana, Aribim Pepple and Owen Antoniuk. Bonivital now play London for bronze.

5th- 8th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals (PE) 0:0 (BC) Mountain United FC

British Columbia move on to play for fifth place after defeating Prince Edward Island 2:1 on goals from Jaden Manetta and Zachariah Thomas. Reid Peardon scored for PEI.

5th – 8th – Calgary Eastside Memorial FC (AB) 4:2 (NS) Halifax City SC

Alberta fought for their second victory of the U-15 Cup and will play for fifth at Teck Finals Day.

9th-12th – Saskatoon South (SK) 1:3 (NL) St. John’s SC

Kyle Ryan, Jeffrey King and Colin Connors scored in a 3:1 victory for Newfoundland and Labrador. Thomas Diegel scored for Saskatchewan. The win puts St. John’s at the top of consolation table.

9th-12th – Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC (YU) 4:1 (NB) Fundy SC

A 4:1 victory for Yukon with three goals from Joe Hanson and a fourth from Emmanuel Lamvu. Jonathan Beers scored for Fundy


U-15 CUP GIRLS

Semi-final – Inter SC Edmonton (AB) 0:0 (1:3) (BC) Surrey United SC

Surrey United SC earn their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day with a hard fought penalty kicks victory 0:0 (3:1) over Inter SC. Edmonton will play in the bronze medal match.

Semi-final – Winnipeg FC Northwest (MB) 0:1 (QC) CS Monteil Laval

Quebec earned their place in the gold medal match on Teck Finals Day with a decisive defensive effort and through a second half penalty. Winnipeg now pay for bronze against Edmonton.

5th- 8th – Suburban FC (NS) 1:1 (6:7) (SK) FC Regina

A hard fought game by both teams despite the cold and windy conditions in Calgary. Nova Scotia scored late to tie the game, but Saskatchewan outlast them in a marathon penalty shootout. Abby Patterson scored in regulation for Regina. Brenna Kennedy scored for Suburban.

5th – 8th – St. John’s SC (NL) 1:0 (ON) Kitchener Academy

Newfoundland and Labrador took the victory over Ontario with a lone goal from Camryn Bonia.

9th-12th – Winsloe-Charlottetown Royals FC (PE) 6:0 (YU) Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC

Prince Edward Island dominate with a 6:0 win over the Yukon team courtesy Emily MacInnis (2), Helena Vos, Heidi Lauwerijssem, Katie Timothy and Emma Langley.

9th-12th – Moncton Codiac First Touch (NB) 1:1 (NT) Northwest Territories

Jenaya Hanninen of the Northwest Territories finds her first goal of the competition, but a goal from Kathryn Perry of New Brunswick earned a point for Moncton.


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.

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.

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