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Challenge Cup: Sixth straight win moves Holy Cross into second place


Holy Cross Kirby Group won its sixth straight game and moved into second place in the Molson Challenge Cup provincial soccer standings standings as it downed the Gerry O’Brien Financial Canada Games team 3-1 at King George V Park Wednesday night.

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Tyler Kirby and Michael Dunne each registered their seventh goals of the season and Isaac Bonisteel also scored for Holy Cross (7-3-3), which is six points behind the defending champion and league-leading St. Lawrence Laurentians, but with two games in hand.
Emmanuel Dolo scored his 10th goal of the season for the Games team (6-7-3). It was the first goal scored against Holy Cross in nearly four weeks since it began its win streak. In all during their winning run, the Crusaders have outscored their opponents 26-1, getting three wins over last-place Corner Brook, two over the games team and another over the C.B.S. Strikers.

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