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The Ontario Futsal Cup attracts the best Clubs from across the province to determine a Provincial Champion. The competition includes various youth and senior divisions and games are hosted on hardwood surfaces, ensuring the integrity of the game is maintained.
Futsal is an exciting addition to the sport and Ontario Soccer welcomes the opportunity to add the Ontario Futsal Cup to its high-profile events.
The Ontario Futsal Cup finals wrapped up on Sunday for the final four divisions at Durham College in Oshawa.
Alliance FC Black London and FC Toronto faced off in the U-14 Boys Ontario Futsal Cup finals on Sunday.
Both teams came into the weekend, having won their semi-finals and gone undefeated through the tournament round.
FC Toronto defeated Toronto FC Emery 4-1 in their semi-final, while Alliance FC downed Unionville Milliken 5-1 in their own semi-final.
In the final however it would be all Alliance FC who got off to a strong start and never looked back.
Alliance was led by Sebastian Murataj, who scored three goals in the win.
Dylan Demelo and Elijah Byl added two goal each and Michael Fadiya scored once for Alliance.
Matthew Konderak had the lone goal for FC Toronto.
Alliance defeated FC Toronto 8-1 to capture the U-14 Boys Ontario Futsal Cup.
Unionville Milliken SC and Alliance FC faced off in the U-16 Boys Ontario Futsal Cup final on Sunday.
Both sides had been dominant heading into the finals weekend and it would be a tightly contested match up between the two in championship match.
The difference on the day was the play of Unionville's Adam Belquas, who scored four goals for his side and was in all the action when he was on the court.
Ian Campbell added a brace for Unionville and was also a standout with his play.
Between the two, they led Unionville to a 6-2 win over Alliance.
Mateo Murataj scored a brace for Alliance FC in the loss.
The Erin Mills Eagles and Unionville Milliken SC faced off in the U-16 Girls Ontario Futsal Cup finals on Sunday.
Both teams won all three of their tournament round games before winning their semi-finals.
Both Erin Mills and Unionville faced other teams from their own clubs in the semi-finals before advancing to the title match.
In the finals, it was all Erin Mills. The Eagles got a full team effort from their side, spreading the scoring around among four players.
Jadea Collin would lead the way for the Eagles with a brace.
Joanne Mazier, Jahkaya Davis and Olivia Blair would each notch a single marker for their side, as the Eagles went on to win 5-1 on the day and capture the U-16 Girls Ontario Futsal Cup title.
Jessica Hill would score the lone goal for Unionville in the loss.
Unionville Milliken SC and the Mississauga Prostars faced off in the U-13 Girls Ontario Futsal Cup final on Sunday.
In the lead up to the final, Unionville defeated their tournament round opponents by a score of 31-3.
Mississauga would lose to the same Unionville side in the tournament round but defeated their other two opponents by a score of 14-0 to advance to the semi-finals.
Unionville defeated Aurora and Prostars downed London Croatia to advance from the semi-finals.
In the final, it was a title won by razor thin margins as Unionville came out on top with a 3-2 win.
Unionville had goals from Alyssa McLeod, who netted the opener and the eventual winner, and another goal from Riele Nembhard.
Prostars would get goals from Lucy Reis and Reyna Andrews in the loss.