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The 2018 Toyota National Championships Jubilee Trophy went to Ontario’s Scarborough GS United for the first time in six attempts. Laura Callender scored the winner in the first half of extra time to give Scarborough the victory.
With the Sunday victory, Scarborough have now won national titles in both men’s and women’s soccer. They previously won gold in the men’s Challenge Trophy competition back in 2005.
Scarborough captain Danielle Blair was named Most Valuable Player of the competition while Royal-Sélect Beauport’s Karyna Fiset won the Golden Boot as the Top Scorer.
In the Challenge Trophy competition also taking place in Saskatoon, SK, Caledon SC from Ontario qualified for the Gold Medal match on Teck Finals Day against Surrey BC Tigers Hurricanes.
Québec’s Lakeshore SC teams reached the final in both the Girls U-17 Cup in Surrey and the Girls U-15 Cup in Laval.
Coastal FC from British Columbia also earned a berth in the Girls U-17 Cup, while Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC will face off against CS Saint-Laurent in the Boys U-17 Gold Medal Final.
Mountain United earned its place against Lakeshore CS in Girls U-15 Cup action, while Ontario’s Woodbridge SC faces Québec’s Panellinios Montréal FC for Gold in Boys U-15 Cup action.
Caledon SC will face Surrey BC Tigers Hurricanes in the 2018 Toyota National Championships Gold Medal Final at the Challenge Trophy competition. In the Bronze Medal match, Saskatoon Revolution will play Holy Cross SC. Royal-Sélect Beauport and Edmonton Scottish SC face off in the 5/6 match. Fredericton Picaroons Reds and Yellowknife YK Galaxy FC round out the placing matches.
Lakeshore SC will face Coastal FC in the 2018 Girls U-17 Cup Gold Medal Final on Teck Finals Day of the 2018 Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships. Suburban FC and Burlington Bayhawks SC will play for Bronze. Fredericton DSA and Surrey United SC are tied atop the seeding round at four points each and will face FC Regina and Yellowknife Bay on Day 6.
Coquitlam Metro-Ford will play CS Saint-Laurent in the Gold Medal Final of the Boys 2018 U-17 Cup in Surrey, BC. In the Bronze Medal match, Surrey United will face Vaughan SC. Alberta’s Calgary Foothills FC will face Feildians AA St. John's from Newfoundland & Labrador in the 5/6 match. Manitoba’s Winnipeg Bonivital SC will play Saskatoon Selects in the 7/8 match.
Lakeshore CS will face Mountain United from British Columbia in the Gold Medal game of the Girls U-15 Cup in Laval, QC on Teck Finals Day 8 October. Alberta’s Calgary South West United will face Ontario’s Cumberland United SC Cobras in the Bronze Medal match. Fundy SC and PEI FC are tied atop the seeding round table. Fundy SC will play PEI FC for ninth place. Conception Bay South face Whitehorse in the eleventh place match up.
In the Boys U-15 Cup Gold Medal match, Ontario’s Woodbridge SC will face Panellinios Montréal FC while Winnipeg Bonivital SC will face Edmonton Warriors SC for the Bronze Medal. AS Blainville and Fundy SC face off in the 5/6 match and Whitehorse Yukon SC battles Feildians AA St. John’s in the 7/8 match up. In the seeding round, Vancouver Island Wave sits atop the group on six points. They’ll face PEI FC with a chance at a ninth-place finish overall.
Canada Soccer will broadcast every day from each of the three 2018 Toyota National Championships venues, culminating with the five gold-medal matches on Teck Finals Day. The live streaming marks a continued commitment by Canada Soccer to deliver extensive coverage of the Toyota National Championships, including live daily broadcasts from each venue. A complete broadcast schedule will be published shortly. For continued updates visit canadasoccer.com/nationals.