NLSA Molson Challenge Cup

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Kirby United Keeps On Winning

Kirby United vs Feildians in Jubilee Cup Competition - June 18/2015

Kirby United: 3  vs  Feildians : 0
It was just another day at the office for the Kirby United Jubilee Trophy Team as they easily picked up their 4th win of the season defeating the Feildians by a 3-0 score. The Kirby United team have dominated women's soccer for the past 6 years and have had some very respectable showings at the National Jubilee Championships. On Wednesday night at KGV , former league MVP and National Golden Boot Award Winner, Malorie Harris opened the scoring for Kirby United. Malorie has been practically unstoppable thus far again this season as she is out in front in the goalscoring department with 6 goals in just 4 games. Kirby's second goal of the match came from veteran defender, Nicole Moores. Nicole is more known for her defensive ability rather than her goal scoring ability headed the ball in the net from a corner crossover. Kirby's final goal of the evening  came late in the game when Nicole Torraville scored her 3rd goal of the season on a beautiful shot from 24 yards out. Newcomer, Melvina Stacey (photo) also don the gold & blue uniform for the first time as she saw action in the match for the Kirby United squad. Stacey who originally hails from Marstown brings a wealth of experience to the team and has been an all-star for years playing with different teams throughout Canada. In 2012 and 2013 she was top goalscorer in Saskatchewan and last year she played in a very highly regarded Alberta Women's Soccer League. She informed me she was very excited to return home and be given the opportunity to play in the NLSA Premier Women's Soccer League.  Honestly, I really don't who will be more excited, her or her dad  Melv Stacey, a former coach with Marstown United and a BPSA Hall of Famer himself.

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