Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Back Row (LR) – Doug Yetman, Aubrey Anstey, Tony Halson, Coach- Reg Farrell, Ron Martin, Albert Handrigan, Buck Pennel, Don Rowe, Manager ; Rollie Martin
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Soccer Centre Phone Number 726-7877
Full Field $300.00 plus HST
MANAGER - Jim Buckingham
Sunday, January 2, 2011
in the final which was played
Soccer great John Breen of Holy Cross was elected to the Newfoundland and Labrador Sports Hall of Fame. His legacy in sport began at a very young age when he excelled at many sports including hockey and soccer. As time passed John continued with hockey, winning two Herder Memorial Trophies; however, soccer became a passion, when he accomplished many great things in his 30 year career on the field. With the success of two national championships, three Atlantic championships, 10 Challenge Cup and 19 city titles, John continued to influence the soccer community in a big way. In the 1980’s, his devotion and determination with Holy Cross gained him the recognition in this province as Player of the Decade. In 1996 he was inducted into the St. John’s Soccer Hall of Fame and in 2003 he was inducted into the Newfoundland and Labrador Soccer Hall of Fame. John proceeded to give back to the sport he loved by coaching at the local and provincial levels. John Breen is known as a man who has been admired and respected by all in the soccer community and represents soccer in Newfoundland and Labrador with leadership and class.
Tyler Putt was named; NLSA Senior Male Player of the Year, the Most Valuable Player for 2010 in the Newfoundland Premiership Men's Soccer League and Challenge Cup All-Star goalie. Tyler is a former member of the Nova Scotia Canada Games team that won a bronze medal at the 2001 Canada Summer games. He has also been a standout with St. Mary's University and more recently with Memorial University in Newfoundland. Tyler played for 'Mount Pearl That Pro Look Molson'
(L-R) - Mel Stacey, Paddy Brushett, Bill Warren, Hubert Beck, Roland Jr. Doyle, Phonce Cooper
2010 Hall of Fame Inductees
1.Roland Jr. Doyle
First Challenge Cup soccer game played in Clarenville
It was history in the making at the soccer field in Clarenville on Saturday July 10, 2010 as the St. Lawrence Laurentians and the St. John’s U-18s Capital Hyundai squad squared off in a regular season Challenge Cup soccer match. This was the first ever Challenge Cup game played in Clarenville. The Laurentians won the match with a close 3-2 decision over the St. John's under-18 squad.
# 8 ------ Mount Pearl , Rosie O'Grady Represents the NLSA at the Eastern Canadian Championships in NS
Mount Pearl represents NLSA in Halifax, Nova Scotia
The St. Lawrence masters won the 2010 Provincial All -NL Masters "A" Championship this past season . They went undefeated in the tournament and defeated the heavily favored defending champions Mount Pearl Rosie O'Grady team in the championship match by a penalty shot shoot -out .