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Mississauga Supernova wins U-14 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup in penalty thriller

By Staff, 02/08/22, 2:15AM EST


Mississauga battled back from down 1-0 to equalize and then win title in penalties, defeating London 3-1 on kicks

Play. Inspire. Unite. 

Ontario Soccer kicked off 2022 on the right foot this weekend as the Ontario Indoor Cup wrapped up for four divisions. 

The Ontario Soccer Centre played host to teams from across the province, as the U-13 and U-14 Boys and Girls divisions concluded their Indoor Cup campaigns in thrilling fashion.

In the U-14 Girls Division, Alliance FC London took on Mississauga Supernova in the final.

London got things going early, getting on the board in just the 6th minute. Rylee Black pounced on a loose ball in the Mississauga box and blasted her shot past the keeper to make it 1-0.

Both teams would trade chances over the remainder of the first half but neither side was able to find a way through.

Mississauga would pour it on in the second half as they looked for an equalizer.

Chance after chance was turned away London’s keeper Shayleigh Olthoff though.

The Supernova would finally find their moment though when Laylah Haye caught London in a badly timed change. Olthoff got a hand to Haye’s shot but it wasn’t enough as it trickled over the line to level the game at 1-1 with just 8 minutes remaining.

Neither side could find the back of the net again and the game would be settled in penalties.

In penalties, Mississauga keeper Adria Schultz was up to the task as she forced London into a number of misses and saves. Her teammates did the rest as Mississauga defeated London 3-1 on penalties to win the U-14 Girls Ontario Indoor Cup.

Highlight of the Match

Championship Photo

For all the photos from the final, visit the Ontario Soccer Facebook page.