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Action Packed Weekend On The Horizon For Ontario Cup

By OSA News, 07/02/14, 4:00PM EDT


The Ontario Cup is gearing up for its busiest weekend of the summer, as nine divisions are in action in both Tournament Round and Single-Game Knockout play. Headlining the weekend is the U-18 and U-21 divisions with the Quarter-Final Round. Teams winning this weekend will move on to the Semi-Finals set for July 19.

The Quarter-Final Round games scheduled for Saturday, July 5 are listed below:

U-18 Boys

U-18 Girls

U-21 Men

U-21 Women

Third Round games are also being played this weekend in the Men’s and Women’s divisions, as well as the U-16 Boys Tier 2 division.

On the Men’s side, the division is heating up as the pool of teams remaining continues to diminish. Right now there are six Ontario Soccer League provincial level teams left, as well as the 2013 provincial and national champs Gloucester Celtic. These seven powerhouses have all managed to avoid each other this coming weekend, but once we get to the Quarter-Finals these teams will begin to face one another. The six OSL teams left are Scarborough Ulster Thistle, Caledon FC, Scarborough G.S. United, PCC Mississauga, Vaughan Azzurri, and Woodbridge Strikers.

On the Women’s side, this weekend marks the first set of games to be played for this division. The defending champions Scarborough GS United have a bye, but are waiting in the Quarter-Final round for the winner between Woodbridge Strikers and London Marconi.

The Third Round games scheduled for Saturday, July 5 are listed below:

U-16 Boys Tier 2

The Third Round games scheduled for Sunday, July 6 are listed below:



Tournament Rounds will also be played this weekend in the U-16 Boys Tier 1 and U-16 Girls divisions. In all there will be 13 tournaments, with the following teams in each group:

U16 Boys Tier 1

Group 1 – Vaughan

Mississauga Clarkson Comets 98, Glen Shields FC, Ottawa Capital United, West Toronto Cobras 98

Group 2 – Ajax

Ajax FC 1998 Boys Red, Waterloo United U16A, Mount Hamilton 1998 A, Ottawa South United Force Black, Kleinburg Nobleton Red

Group 3 – Woodbridge

Guelph Royals, Woodbridge Strikers 98A, Cavan FC 98, Brampton East Rams, Kitchener U16 A

Group 4 – Oakville

East York Gunners, Brampton Blast A, North Mississauga BU16A Panthers, Oakville Boys U16A, Ancaster Titans

Group 5 – Windsor

Kitchener Spirit B, Richmond Hill Raiders White, Brampton East Bulldogs, Windsor FC Nationals

Group 6 – Georgetown

Mississauga Croatia, Georgetown Mustangs, Unionville Milliken Boys 98 Red, North Toronto Nitros Green 98

Group 7 – Whitby

Bolton Wanderers 98, Gloucester Hornets Impact, North London Elite, Whitby Iroquois 98AM

Under 16 Girls

Group 1 – Mississauga

Newmarket United, Oakville GU16B, Woodbridge Strikers, SC Toronto, North Mississauga Panthers

Group 2 – Kitchener

98 Girls Barrie SC, Darlington Fusion, Mississauga Clarkson Comets 98, Kitchener Spirit 98A

Group 3 – Bradford

Bradford Eagles 98, Ajax FC 98 Girls Red, Oshawa Kicks Inferno, Ottawa South United Force Academy Black, Mississauga Dixie Athletics 1998G

Group 4 – Pickering

Brampton Brams 98 Predators, Whitby Iroquois 98AF, Pickering Power Green 98G, Mississauga Falcons

Group 5 – Sarnia

Burlington Bayhawks, North London Galaxy, Sarnia Spirit, Oshawa Turul Titans

Group 6 – Windsor

Windsor Eastside Kickers, Oakville Girls U16, Vaughan Azzurri United, Waterloo United U16A

Next weekend, on July 12-13, the U-17 Boys and U-17 Girls divisions will be in action. For full schedules and field maps to all of the weekend’s games, visit the Ontario Cup Website.

For more information contact Ryan Tuske, Competitions and Events Coordinator, The Ontario Soccer Association, Ph: 905-264-9390 ext. 229, Fax: 905-264-9445, Email: