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Challenge Cup soccer: Big Blue back on top


The defending champion St. Lawrence Laurentians had an easy time of it on the west coast over the weekend, and the C.B.S. That Pro Look Strikers FC were brought back to earth with a lopsided loss to Feildians in Challenge Cup provincial senior soccer play.

Patrick Slaney

Sunday in Corner Brook, the Laurentians’ Patrick Slaney posted his second straight shutout over the host team with a 3-0 St. Lawrence win. Jonathan Grant, Evan Miles and Brent Hennebury had the goals.

Saturday, St. Lawrence won 4-0 on goals by Grant, Hennebury, Sean Drew and Stefan Slaney.

The Laurentians moved into first place with the results.

On Sunday, Iain Gamba scored a pair of goals, and Gregory Reid, Mike Dawe, Aaron Buckingham, and Ben Collingwood potted singles as Feildians trimmed the Strikers 6-1.

Siraj Allferak had the C.B.S. goal.

Emmanuel Dolo scored three goals, and Gary McKeown had one as the Canada Games squad beat Mount Pearl First Choice Haircutters 4-2. Tyler Forsey scored both Mount Pearl goals.

Mount Pearl and Holy Cross played to a 1-1 tie Saturday. Forsey scored for Mount Pearl, and Andrew Stanford had the goal for Holy Cross, still seeking its first win this season.

Feildians are the only team not to have suffered a loss.

 

Standings

Team  GP       W        L          T         Pts

St. Lawrence  6          5          1          0          15

Feildians         5          3          0          2          11

C.B.S.   6          3          2          1          10

Mount Pearl   5          2          1          2          8

Holy Cross      4          0          2          2          2

* Canada Games        4          1          2          1          4

Corner Brook 6          0          6          0          0

 

* — competing on an exhibition basis

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