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The U21 Women's MilkUP Ontario Cup 2022 Final proved to be a dominant performance by Ottawa TFC over Paris FC from start to finish.
Ottawa TFC opened up the scoring in the 5th minute with a goal from Nora Ghie.
Brace's from Riley Bonadie and Jenea Knight would give Ottawa a comfortable advantage.
Amélie Thompson would strike in the 86th minute to secure the 6-0 win for Ottawa TFC.
Just one caution was handed out in the match.
Of note, Samuel Charron, Canadian National Para Soccer Team captain, serves as the assistant coach with Ottawa TFC.
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The U21 Men's MilkUP Ontario Cup 2022 Final was a heated contest that saw Kleinburg Nobleton SC come out with a 3-2 victory over Distinctionz Mississauga.
Kleinburg opened up the scoring in the 25th minute with a strike from Yahia El Desouky. Distinctionz Mississauga responded with an equalizer five minutes later when Lawrenzo Mascoe struck in the 30th minutue. Six minutes after that, Nicholas Bruno put Kleinburg back in front. Distinctionz tied it up at 2-2 when Lawrenzo Mascoe struck again, just two minutes later in the 38th minute. Mascoe finished the match scoring brace and also receiving a caution.
Despite all the lead changes and dramatics, Kleinburg found their way back in front for good, when Marcus Lazzaro struck in the 40th minute to give Kleinburg the 3-2 lead.
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The U18 Boy's MilkUP Ontario Cup 2022 Final was a physical and intense match, that in the end, came down to kicks from the spot.
Kitchener TFC and London Alliance played a tightly contested game, with a total of 5 cautions being handed out between the two squads.
Both teams generated quality opportunities, and both keepers performed well to ensure a scoreless result after 90 minutes.
London Alliance edged out Kitchener TFC in penalty kicks, winning 5-3.
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