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2023 Ontario Futsal Cup Concludes with Final Weekend of Exciting Championships

By Staff, 03/29/23, 8:15AM EDT


Champions were crowned in the U13, U14 and Men’s divisions at Durham College over the weekend

Play. Inspire. Unite.

It was another exciting weekend to conclude the 2023 Ontario Futsal Cup where champions were crowned in the three remaining divisions.

U13 Boys Champion: FC Toronto

FC Toronto defeated Glen Shields Juventus 3-1 in the Boys U13 Finals. FC Toronto got goals from Alexander Bohoroquez and Tomek Dyczkowski, who netted two, while Glen Shields got one from Ryan Torkman.

U13 Girls Champion: Unionville Milliken SC

Unionville defeated North Mississauga 6-2 in the Girls U13 Finals. Unionville got three goals from Navneet Grewal, two goals from Noemi Cozza and one from Sophie Zamanis. North Mississauga got two goals from Quinn Smith.

U14 Boys Champion: Woodbridge Strikers

Woodbridge defeated London Alliance 8-4 in the Boys U14 Finals. Woodbridge goals came from Braxtton Barnett, Mateo Mosgopoulos, Yiannis Kalpadikis, Matteo Cardenas and four from Devonte Simon. London Alliance’s goals came from Paul Dreliozis, Yianni Nikolakakos and Dino Papanayotou who netted two.

U14 Girls Champion: Unionville Milliken SC

Unionville defeated London LS Croatia 10-3 in the Girls U14 Finals. Unionville goals came from Aleena Rubenyan, Emma Aiko Morton, Iris Oppong, Daneeka Medley, Georgina Morrison, Evangelina Salasidis who scored two, and Alyssa McLeod who scored three. London got goals from Brooke Clayton, Natalie Chea and Amina Reabel.

Men’s Champion: 9 de Octubre Toronto

A recap of the Men’s Finals is available here.