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Match day two of the Toyota National Championships has wrapped up and all the Ontario representatives have gotten their feet wet with a match under them. A group of admirable performances was produced and some matches saw huge goal tallies.
Despite Durham Celtic playing to a scoreless draw against FC Winnipeg on opening day, the Ontario representative came back with a big 3-2 victory over Quebec’s Celtix Haut-Richelieu on day two. Celtic now sit atop Group B alongside Winnipeg who currently leads with a 7 + goal differential.
All 10 men’s teams in the Challenge Trophy finals play four group matches in five days from Wednesday to Sunday in Surrey, British Columbia.
Durham Celtic takes on Fredericton Picaroons Reds today at 3:00 pm. Watch it live.
Edmonton Victoria SC and Holy Cross SC have both already clinched gold at the 2017 Toyota National Championships.
Edmonton are six-time national champions with this being their 11th medal in 12 Jubilee Trophy finals while Holy Cross will become the first Newfoundland Labrador team to win the competitions medal.
Ontario’s representative, Scarborough GS United have one more match to play in Group C against the British Columbia’s North Shore GSC Renegades today at 12:30 pm. Watch it live.
Ontario’s North Mississauga boys and Burlington Bayhawk girls were the highlight stories of the day at the U-17 Cup, emerging from their matches with a boatload of goals and utter dominant performances.
North Mississauga cemented their authority in Group A after completely out-scoring Saskatoon North in Group A action with a 13-0 scoreline.
On the women’s side, the Burlington Bayhawks added to the already massive Ontario goal-tally with a huge 7-0 victory over BC’s Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC in Group B.
The boys play again Saturday at 3:00 pm against the Calgary Northside Hurricanes.
The girls play RC United today at 10:00 am.
Match day two was void of any Ontario representatives leaving the victories earned to Quebec clubs CS Monteuil Laval and CS Longueuil.
The London Youth Whitecaps earned themselves a hearty three points in the boys U-15 Cup on day one and will face Saskatoon South today at 4 pm.
Kitchener SC also won their first match of the U-15 Girls Cup over Whitehorse Yukon Selects FC at an incredible 11-0 scoreline. They face FC Regina today at 1:30 pm.