The NLSA Technical Office is pleased to announce the player selections for the 2015 Boys Under 14, U15, U16, and U18 provincial teams. We would like to thank all players who attended the tryouts.
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Memorial University is proud to announce that former Memorial soccer player and varsity coach, Jeff Babstock, will serve as the honourary chair of the 2014 Subway AUS Men’s Soccer Championship. This prestigious annual event will be hosted by Memorial University for the first time this coming Friday to Sunday at King George V Park in St. John’s, N.L.
Babstock, a native of St. John’s, has been involved in the soccer community in Newfoundland for over 50 years. A talented multi-sport athlete, he represented Memorial University at the varsity level in two sports but his most notable successes came in soccer.
During his tenure at Memorial, Babstock was a member of two Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship teams, then titled the Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference, in 1970-71 and 1971-72.
With both of these teams, Babstock went on to the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union Championships, now the Canadian Interuniversity Sport, and in 1970-71 was Memorial’s only team sport, to date, to win a national championship. In their follow up run in 1971-72 Babstock and the team placed second.
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Memorial is hosting the mens Atlantic Universities play-offs this coming weekend at King George V park. MUN will play 3rd raked St. FX at 6 pm on Friday. MUN women finished the season ranked 2nd in the AUS, and will play a semi final on Saturday at Dalhousie – the game will be streamed on the web – more information
The schedule follows:-
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The NLSA Technical Office is pleased to announce the player selections for the 2015 Girls Under 14, U15, U16, and U18 provincial teams. We would like to thank all players who attended the tryouts.
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Please find attached the agenda for the 2014 NLSA Annual General Meeting.
The deadline for submitting a nominee for the 2014 NLSA Annual Awards is October 20, 2014. All nominations must be received by the NLSA Office at this time.
2014 Awards Nomination Form
The NLSA Technical Office is pleased to announce the player selections for the 2015 Under 13 provincial teams. We would like to thank all players who attended the tryouts.
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Mount Pearl SA hosted the Sportcheck National Club 16 Championships from October 8th-13th, with games at Mount Pearl, Topsail and King George V field. Many thanks to all volunteers who made this a very successful tournament.
The boys gold medal game had BC coming out on top in an exciting game. After the teams drew 0-0 in regular time, BC scored two quick goals in extra time. Ontario pulled one back with just minutes to play but BC held on for the win. The bronze went to Manitoba 1-0 over Nova Scotia. New Brunswick and Alberta battled to a 1-1 draw in the 5th-6th place game with alberta winning on penalties. Quebec captured 7th place with a 5-0 win over Nl, and PEI came back from 2-0 down to beat Saskatchewan 4-2 for 9th.
The girls gold medal went to Ontario with a 1-0 win over Manitoba. The bronze medal game went to extra time and penalties before Alberta came out the winner, Nova Scotia placing 4th. Quebec captured 5th with a 5-0 win over NL1, and BC beat Saskatchewan 9-0 for 7th. NL2 won the 9th-12th round robin, with NB 10th, PEI 11th and Yukon 12th.
Fair play awards went to Saskatchewan girls and BC Boys.
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The NLSA had eight teams representing the province at the Sportcheck National Club Championships held across Canada October 8-13.
Kirby FC earned the best placing by an NL team, losing in the Jubilee trophy bronze medal game 2-0 to Quebec. Holy Cross won their 5th/6th placing game on penalties after drawing 4-4 with BC in regular time. Jon Hawco (2) Steve Delong and Jake Warren got the goals. At U16 Nationals the St. John’s Girls placed 6th (losing to Quebec 3-1) and the Mount Pearl girls 9th after beating Yukon 8-1, with the St. John’s Boys placed 8th, losing to a strong Quebec side 6-0 in their final match.
The U14 NL girls played PEI to a 2-2 draw on the final day of competition but lost 4-2 on PK’s to place 10th. The U14 NL boys from St Johns played in the 5/6 game against Nova Scotia in their final game of the U14 Nationals in PEI and lost by a score 5-0. The U18 girls lost 3-1 to place 10th.
Nationals web site
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