NLSA Molson Challenge Cup

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Mount Pearl win the Eastern Canadian Masters Championship --- Congratulations !!!!!

2013 - Eastern Canadian Master Champions 


Mount Pearl defeat Nova Scotia on Pk's to win "Gold"

Gold: Mount Pearl  -- Silver: Nova Scotia -- Bronze:Ontario

Mount Peal captured the Eastern Canadian "Gold" Medal by defeating Nova Scotia on Pk's. Both teams fought to a scoreless draw and Mount Pearl won the PK shoot -out 3-1.  Phil Molloy , Pat Byrne and Andrew Moyst scored for Mount Pearl . Congratulations ! 
In the Bronze medal contest Ontario crushed PEI by a 10 - 2 score and Quebec squeezed by New Brunswick 5-4 to clinch 5th seed, 


Mount Pearl advances to Gold Medal Game

Phil Molloy celebrated his birthday in fine fashion, on Friday,  by scoring two goals in his team's victory  4-1 victory
over New Brunswick at the Eastern Canadian Masters Championships currently being played in Quebec. However, again today,  Molloy  kept the celebrations going and shown no signs of his aging body.
He dented the net twice  leading Mount Pearl to it's second victory by defeating PEI by a 2-1 score. Mount Pearl's  two victories secures them a berth in the championship game against Nova Scotia on Sunday at 12:30 NL Time. 
N.S.  in their opening game of the tournament defeated Ottawa Royals, representing Ontario, by a 2-1 score. They played Quebec to a 3-3 draw on Saturday. Ontario will now battle  it out with PEI for the Bronze Medal. While the home town Quebec Villary club will take to the field  and play New Brunswick for the 5/6 place seed. 


Round Robin Scores

Ontario : 3 vs Quebec : 0

Newfoundland and Labrador : 4 vs New Brunswick : 1

Nova Scotia : 2 vs Ontario : 1

Prince Edward Island: 2 vs New Brunswick : 2

Quebec : 3 vs Nova Scotia : 3

Newfoundland and Labrador : 2 vs Prince Edward Island : 1

MUN SEA -HAWKS In Week-end Action at KGV

MUN - 2013 Team Photo

MUN - Men : 2013 Team Roster

Acadia: 1 vs MUN : 0

Game 1 : MUN men remain winless !

MUN men lost to Acadia 1- 0 and are are now winless in six games played.
They currently have a dismal record of : 0 Wins - 5 Loses - 1 Tie

Game 2 : MUN men pick up their first victory of the season

In Game 2  played  Sunday at KGV , MUN men picked up their first victory of the season. Acadia opened the scoring at the 4 minute mark but a beautiful strike from Aaron Anstey tied the match before half time. MUN got a big break late in the match when they were awarded a penalty shot. Jodi Slaney made no mistake on the gift


MUN - 2013 Team Photo

MUN - Women : 2013 Team Roster

Acadia; 3 vs MUN : 1

Game 1. MUN women lost to Acadia, 3-1 and also have played 6 games.
They currently have a record of : 4 Wins - 2 Loses 

Game 2. MUN women rebounded and salvaged a tie in action at KGV
play against Acadia on Sunday. The final score was 2-2. MUN women
still have a very descent record of : 4W -- 2L -- 1 Tie.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

V - Day

Sunday, September 15, 2013

NLSA 2013's Best

2013 Molson Challenge Cup Winners

2013  Breen's Jubilee Trophy Winners

 Burin Eagles - All NL "A" Intermediate Champs

CBS - All NL "B" Intermediate Champs

Coopers Heating DeWalt : All NL Master "A" Champs

Marystown United : All NL Master "B" Champs

Mount Pearl Masters 
NLSA reps at the Eastern Canadian  Championships


Thursday, September 12, 2013

Lewin's Cove Kristen Anstey still kicking

Three Cumberland soccer athletes have earned Player of the Week honor from the Mid-South Conference for their recent efforts.

Women's soccer players Rhianne Parsons and Kristen Anstey were named the MSC Offensive and

Cumberland, ranked 13th nationally, posted a 4-2 victory at Tennessee Wesleyan to start the season and then defeated 22nd-ranked Brenau University, 1-0, at home on Sunday.
Defensive Players of the Week after helping the Bulldogs to a pair of wins in the club’s opening matches of the season.
Parsons posted a goal and an assist against Tennessee Wesleyan, scoring unassisted in the 37th minute and adding an assist three minutes later for a 3-0 CU lead at the half. In Sunday's victory over Brenau, her shot from the top of the box in the 74th minute was the game-winner in a 1-0 triumph. The senior now has 32 career goals in 55 matches in her Cumberland career.

Kristen Anstey, of Lewin’s Cove, is playing for Cumberland University Bull Dogs women’s soccer team on a four-year, $80,000 scholarship. Anstey helped the Bulldogs win both matches during the week, including shutting down Brenau All-American Esther Anyanwu.

The sophomore has moved into the central defense this season after playing on the outside in 2012. She limited the touches and kept Anyanwu (27 goals, 8 assists in 2012) in check in CU's 1-0 victory over Brenau, as Anyanwu did not have a shot in the contest.

Cumberland faces SCAD-Savannah at home this Friday at 3 p.m. and opens MSC play on Tuesday, Sept. 10 against Campbellsville, also at home.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

ALL NL Masters "A" & "B" Champions Crowned

All NL "A" 2013  Masters Champions
Coopers Heating/ DeWalt


Gary Walsh receiving NLSA plaque
from BPSA President Shane Dunphy


 (L) Steve Oliver  -  "A" :  MVP


All NL "B" 2013  Masters Champions
Marystown United


 Shane Dunphy  -  "B" :  MVP

 Mike Kelly - Marystown's Golden Boot Award


St. Lawrence Labatt Laurentians
"A" Division Finalist 


 (L) Toby Lockyer   -  "A" :  MSP


 One Percent Realty
"B" Division Finalist


Lloyd Slaney -  "B" :  MSP




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