Squads will continue to prepare for the 2017 Canada Games with exhibition matches and training camps
The U18 Provincial Men's and Women's squads matched up with their Quebec counterparts over three days and came away with glowing records in what will serve as one of the warm-up series before Canada Games later this year.
Ontario currently have a pool of 35 players on each side that will continue to be monitored leading up to a mini training camp in July, ahead of the Games'.
On the Women's side, the provincial team went undefeated in their three games with two wins and a tie.
They opened their play with a 2-2 draw against the Quebec team with Ontario goals coming from Samantha Chang and Emma Davies.
On day 2, they edged Quebec by a score of 2-1 courtesy of goals by Olivia Scott and Aaliyah Scott.
On the final day, they put the put pedal down and came away with a dominant 6-2 victory. Nicole Kozlova led the way with three goals, and Samantha Chang, Melanie Forbes and Emma Ramsey rounded out the scoring.
Mollie Eriksson / 2000 / Ottawa South United
Michaela Hawthorne / 1999 / Toronto Blizzard
Emily Amano / 2000 / Ottawa South United
Rebecca Bartosh / 2000 / Toronto Blizzard
Katalin Tolnai / 2000 / Woodbridge SC
Malikae Dayes / 1999 / Toronto Blizzard
Anna Larkin / 1999 / Ottawa South United
Maya Antoine / 2001 / Vaughan SC
Ida Miceli / 2000 / Woodbridge SC
Samantha Chang / 2000 / Unionville Milliken SC
Olivia Scott / 2001 / Aurora Youth Soccer Club
Melanie Forbes / 1999 / GS United
Danielle Camilleri / 1999 / GS United
Brigitta Pulins / 2000 / Woodbridge SC
Emma Ramsey / 2000 / Salt Fleet Stoney Creek
Sarah Owusu / 2000 / Toronto Blizzard
Emma Davies / 2000 / Salt fleet Stoney Creek
Aaliyah Scott / 2001 / Markham SC
Meliah DeRosario / 2001 / Markham SC
Anna Kowalczyk / 2000 / Vaughan SC
Nicole Kozlova / 2000 / GS United
Female Coaching Staff:
Head Coach: Bryan Rosenfeld
Assistant Coach: Laura Arduini
Support Coach: Tracy Vaillancourt
Technical Assistant, Performance Analyst: Brandon Frith
GK Coach: Kevin Small
The Men opened their series with a convincing 4-2 win. Ontario got goals from Filip Dumbalovski, Daniel Oshana and Monti Mohsen.
On Day 2, Quebec got the better of the Ontario squad edging them 3-Daniel Oshana had a brace in the losing effort.
On the final day, Ontario came to life and were leading 5-0 by the half and ended up winning big with an 8-2 final score.
Ontario spread the goals around with markers coming from: Jon Alec Toromoreno-Duenas (2), Monti Mohsen (2), Kembo Kibato, Justin Yarde, Haider Kadhom, and Ricky Comba.
Devon Spencer / 1999 / Richmond Hill SC
Liam Walraven / 1999 / Guelph SC
Akibul Hoque / 1999 / North Toronto SC
Daniel Oshana / 1999 / London Whitecaps
Dumebi Iheanacho / 2000 / Sigma FC
Filip Dumbalovski / 1999 / Toronto Gunners
Haider Kadhom / 2000 / Ottawa International SC
Isaiah Johnston / 2001 / Milton SC
Jaden Woods / 1999 / Brampton Youth SC
Jon Alec Toromoreno-Duenas / 1999 / Woodbridge SC
Justin Yarde / 2001 / Markham SC
Laith Adi / 1999 / North Mississauga SC
Monti Mohsen / 2000 / Ottawa International SC
Patrick Melo / 1999 / London Whitecaps
Ricky Comba / 1999 / Ottawa South United
Tony Mikhael / 2000 / Ottawa South United
Jadon Vilfort / 2000 / Glouchester Celtics
Joudric Emmanuel / 2001 / Ottawa International SC
Aaryn Massy / 1999 / Masters FA
Kembo Kibato / 2000 / North Toronto SC
Joseph Alexandre / 2000 / Sporting FC
Marc Anthony Blackburn / 2000 / Masters FA
Mens Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Patrick Tobo
Technical Assistant, Performance Analyst: Shane Lammie
GK Coach: Jerry Pennant