In the first U-14 Girls semi-final of the day, Brampton Brams and the North Mississauga Panthers squared off for the first final spot. With both teams practicing cautious attack and solid defense, the score line remained locked until the 15th minute.
Brampton’s Samantha Holmes scored a hard kick from outside of the box to put her team in front. Seeking to reply quickly, North Mississauga was denied by Brampton’s defense, that was able to secure the lead into halftime. Through the second half, chances for both sides did not find the back of the net meaning that Brampton’s goal would remain the only of the game and ensure that Brampton would move on to the final.
In the second U-14 girls semi-final of the day, the Oshawa Turul Xtreme faced off against Milton FC United. This match-up was a defensive battle from the start, with both sides unable to find the back of the net in regulation time.
In kicks from the penalty mark, it was Milton FC United who emerged victorious by besting Oshawa Turul 3-2. The players that converted the kicks for Milton FC United were Nevada Feasby, Chelsea Arruda, and Madeline Drewniak. The players that converted the kicks for Oshawa Turul Xtreme were Victoria Radovkski and Leigha Nippard.
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