NLSA Molson Challenge Cup

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Feildians and Holy Cross tied for first

Sunday June 5, 2016

 Zack Hynes

Zack Hynes lights up Corner Brook

Zack Hynes had the best offensive weekend of his career in Corner Brook this past weekend after scoring a pair of goals on Saturday and striking for a hat-trick on Sunday. Hynes five goal outburst this weekend moves him into first place in the overall goal-scoring department with eight goals in six games. The Double Blues defeated Corner Brook in both games by identical 4-1 scores. Hynes three goals in Sunday's match were all scored in the second half. Both of his goals on Saturday came in the second half as well. Feildians, veteran Mike Dawe scored their teams fourth goal. Tiuri Lomond scored the lone Corner Brook marker. Feildians six point week-end now moves them into first place tied with Holy Cross,both teams now have 12 points each. Holy Cross does have a game in hand.


Feildians Ernst & Young : 4 Steer Insurance Corner Brook United :1

Goal scorers (Feildians):  Zack Hynes  (3) : 47”, 54”, 56” ,  Mike Dawe  : 76”

 Goal scorers (CB): Tiuri Lomond  : 75 “


Holy Cross blank CBS by a 5-0 score

Holy Cross 5 vs CBS 0

Jack Haywood / Thomas Pieroway 
recorded the shutout

Tyler Kirby

Holy Cross 5 vs CBS 0

It was pretty well all Holy Cross as Cross blanked CBS 5-0 Sunday afternoon at KGV in an afternoon matinee. The busiest man at the pitch was the CBS keeper. He was simply outstanding throughout the match. Holy Cross attack was led by Tyler Kirby, he scored a pair for the Crusaders. His goals came  at the  65 & 85 minute mark. Holy Cross singles came off the boot of  Hassan Kamara and John Hawco. Andrew Stanford had the neatest goal for the afternoon. He scored on a  beautiful header at the 67 minute mark. Thomas Pieroway started in net for Holy Cross but in the second in was a young kid, Jack Haywood, who is showing quite the  promise in the St. John's  minor, completing the game for Holy Cross.


Holy Cross Kirby Group: 5 vs CBS That Pro Look Strikers FC : 0

Goal scorers (Holy Cross):  Tyler Kirby (2) : 65”, 85”, Hassan Kamara  : 25”,
John Hawco : 63”, Andrew Stanford : 67”

Shutout (Holy Cross) : Thomas Pieroway  / Jack Haywood

Molson Challenge Cup Standings
 Holy Cross: 12 points
Feildians: 12 points
St. Lawrence : 6 points
Mount Pearl : 6 points
Corner Brook : 5 points
CBS : 2 points

Molson Challenge Cup  Leading Goal Scorers
Zack Hynes ( Feildians)  : 8 goals
Stefan Slaney ( St. Lawrence ) : 5 goals
Tyler Kirby (Holy Cross ) : 4 goals 

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