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Women's V Cup East Match 16: Toronto v Sudbury [R]


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Saturday, July 15, 2006 - 7:30 PM EDT

Centennial Park Stadium, Toronto

Delayed Television:

Rogers Television Toronto on July 16 @ 6:00 PM EDT



Ottawa    4-0-1  15-4   12
Toronto 3-2-1 13-3 11
Hamilton 3-1-4 10-18 10
Laval 2-3-1 14-5 9
Sudbury 0-0-5 2-24 0

1 May 20 - Laval 3-0 Hamilton
2 May 27 - Ottawa 5-0 Hamilton
3 May 28 - Ottawa 6-0 Sudbury
4 May 31 - Toronto 4-0 Hamilton
5 June 3 - Sudbury 0-3 Toronto
6 June 4 - Hamilton 3-0 Sudbury
7 June 10 - Sudbury 1-4 Hamilton
8 June 14 - Hamilton 0-4 Toronto
9 June 17 - Sudbury 1-8 Laval
10 June 18 - Toronto 0-0 Laval
11 June 24 - Hamilton 1-1 Laval
12 June 25 - Hamilton 2-0 Ottawa
13 June 28 - Laval 1-2 Ottawa
14 July 1 - Ottawa 2-1 Toronto
15 July 9 - Laval 1-1 Toronto
16 July 15 - Toronto vs. Sudbury
17 July 16 - Laval vs. Sudbury
18 July 19 - Ottawa vs. Laval
19 July 22 - Sudbury vs. Ottawa
20 July 23 - Toronto vs. Ottawa[/code]



   »  W-League:   6-3-1   27-3    21   (2nd place in Northern Division)   ·   Last match: July 9 - Laval 1 Toronto 1

   »  Toronto Lynx media release - see next post


   »  W-League:   0-0-9     2-38    0   (7th place in Northern Division)   ·   Last match: June 30 - Rochester 5 Sudbury 0


[*]Last match:

   »  June 3, 2006  - Sudbury 0 Toronto 3

[*]All-time results at Toronto:

   »  Non-WVCE - June 3, 2005  - Toronto 7 Sudbury 0

   »  WVCE       - July 7, 2005   - Toronto 5 Sudbury 1

[*]All-time records:

   »  WCVE at Toronto : Toronto 1-0-0 Sudbury

   »  Overall at Toronto: Toronto 2-0-0 Sudbury

   »  WVCE                : Sudbury 0-0-3 Toronto

   »  Overall               : Sudbury 0-0-4 Toronto

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The Sudbury Canadians will venture down from the north to tackle the Lady Lynx in a vital North Division matchup on Saturday evening at Centennial Park Stadium, with kick-off slated for 7:30 PM. The Lady Lynx tied both matches last weekend on a trip to Vermont and Laval and currently sit tied with Ottawa for first place in the division with 21 points, although the Fury have two games in hand on Toronto. The match is the second to last home match for Toronto as they push towards the W-League playoffs. Fans in attendance will be able to place their vote for their favourite Lady Lynx player for the annual Fan Favourite Award which will be presented on the last regular season match of 2006 on July 23 at Centennial Park Stadium when the Lady Lynx host Ottawa. Deana Everrett is still out due to injury, and Amanda Cicchini, Sylvia Forbes, Loredana Riverso, Vonya Beckles and Tanya Dennis remain unavailable as a result of national team duty.

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For Immediate Release

Toronto Lynx Game Report

Lady Lynx Dismantle Sudbury

Date: July 15, 2006

Venue: Centennial Park Stadium, Toronto, Ontario

Kick Off Time: 7:30 PM EST

Final Score: Toronto 9 Sudbury 0

Match Summary:

The Toronto Lady Lynx won their seventh game this season, soundly defeating the Sudbury Canadians 9-0 at Centennial Park Stadium this evening.

Toronto took the lead two minutes into the match. Melissa Bigg picked up a loose ball just in front of Sudbury’s goal and smashed her effort into the roof of goal past Sudbury ‘keeper Katie McNamara.

It was 2-0 for Toronto on a Sudbury own goal two minutes before the half. Melissa Bigg sent in a low cross that was accidentally redirected by Stephanie Bell into her own goal. The score remained 2-0 in Toronto’s favour at the halftime whistle.

Toronto out-shot Sudbury 21-2 in the first half. The score line could have been much higher had it not been for outstanding play by Sudbury goalkeeper Katie McNamara who made seven stops through the first 45 minutes of play.

Toronto doubled their lead in the 60th minute. Sylvia Forbes picked up Finella Annand’s pass just inside the area and fired into the top right of goal. It was Forbes again right after the restart when her solo run down the middle of the pitch ended in a low shot to the right that beat McNamara. Forbes’ two goals brought her tally to 12 this season.

Toronto added to their tally in the 65th minute through second half substitute Christopoulos’ first goal of the season, while Sylvia Forbes earned a hat-trick in the 72nd minute off of Alysha Chapman’s pass. Scoring was rounded out by 77th, 79th and 87th minutes by Williams, Forbes and Chapman.

It was 9-0 for Toronto at the final whistle. Sylvia Forbes scored 4 goals in tonight’s victory and now has 14 this season, moving her up the W-League goal standings. Allysha Chapman scored once and assisted on twice through 90 minutes of play today.

Today’s margin of victory was a team record, surpassing the 7-0 record set last season and matched in Toronto’s first match this season. Toronto has now scored 36 times this season while conceding only 3 goals in eleven matches played thus far.

Toronto improves to 7-1-3 as a result of tonight’s victory and now sits in first place of the W-League’s Eastern Conference – Northern Division.

Toronto is next in action on July 23rd when they take on the Ottawa Fury at Centennial Park Stadium for their final W-League regular season game at 6:00 PM.

Notes: Both clubs have played each other once this season: that match ending 3-0 for Toronto on June 3rd. Toronto was without scoring sensation Deana Everett who is out nursing a shoulder injury, while Amanda Cichini, Loredana Riverso, and Vonya Beckles were absent for U-20 Canadian Women’s National Team duties.

Final Score: Toronto 9 Sudbury 0


Toronto: Bernier, Rushton, Scharoun, Martineau (Christopoulos 61), Dugas (Williams 53), Forbes, Mailloux, Annand,, Chapman, Bigg (Roach 65), Marosszeky

Sudbury: McNamara, Roach, Duczemins, Falcioni, Sancartie, Borkovich, Jacques, Parent, Schutt, Miller, Watson (Bell 39)

Shots: Toronto 38, Sudbury 4

Saves: Toronto 9, Sudbury 0

Fouls: Toronto 3, Sudbury 1

Cautions: none

Ejections: none

Scorers: Toronto: Bigg (unassisted ) 2, Forbes (Annand) 60, (unassisted) 60, (Chapman) 72 , 80 (unassisted), Christopoulos (unassisted) 65, Williams (Chapman) 77, Chapman (unassisted) 87 Sudbury: Bell (OG) 44

The Toronto Lady Lynx' next game is at home against the Ottawa Fury on July 23 at 6:00 PM.



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Result of the Saturday July 15, 2006 W-League game between Toronto Lady Lynx and Sudbury Canadians played at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke at 7:30pm.

2 min…Lady Lynx Melissa Bigg GOAL…LL Natalie Martineau in SC box after run up right rolls ball to left and Bigg lofts 5 yarder over standing goalie Katharine McNamara into top center of net just under bar.

43 min…Lady Lynx (Erica Duczeminski) own GOAL…LL player from 15 yards on extreme left rolls ball across box from left, SC Duczeminski puts foot back at 2 yards and redirects ball into own net.

59 min…Lady Lynx Sylvia Forbes GOAL…LL Finella Annand touches ball to Forbes and she blasts 15 yarder into top right of net.

60 min…Lady Lynx Sylvia Forbes GOAL…Forbes given ball up middle and low 20 yard shot is to right corner of net.

65 min…Lady Lynx Fyana Christopoulos GOAL…Christopoulos in crowd of players in box gets behind defenders and 5 yard shot is into right corner of net.

72 min…Lady Lynx Sylvia Forbes GOAL...LL Allysha Chapman rushes down left and cross from left low and Forbes flicks with foot 4 yarder behind goalie.

77 min…Lady Lynx Jennifer Williams GOAL…LL Allysha Chapman cross into box has Williams charging in and one-touch shot from 5 yards into center of net over falling goalie.

79 min…Lady Lynx Sylvia Forbes GOAL…Forbes gets ball loose and quick low 15 yard shot into low center of net beyond diving goalie who had been protecting left post.

87 min…Lady Lynx Allysha Chapman GOAL…Chapman on left on 3 on 2 break takes 16 yard shot from left which one bounces to right corner of net over diving goalie.

Final Score:…..Toronto Lady Lynx…….9…………Sudbury Canadians……….0………..

Attendance was about 1000 people on this extremely hot and humid evening with a breeze from the north and a bright sun in the first half.

I was expecting the Lady Lynx would have trouble in this game because they were missing regulars Amanda Cicchini, Loredana Riverso and Vonya Beckles who are all playing for the U20 National team camp in Prince George BC (the program listed Sylvia Forbes out there as well but she was definitely playing for the Lady Lynx tonight). Deana Everrett is out of the line up with an injured shoulder. That feeling changed when we counted that although Sudbury listed six subs, they only had ten players at the start of the game and no reserves at all. From the Rogers TV crew and my talking to the bus driver and some of the players after the game, there was an accident—not to the players on the bus, but to some players who were already in Toronto. The Canadians now have a long bus trip for a game in Laval tomorrow. They hadn’t played in 16 days but they are short of players due to injury.

At 26 minutes, the Canadians had two more players so Natasia San Cartier came into the game immediately to have a full eleven players. The Canadians then used up their substitute at 38 minutes when Stephanie Bell replaces Stacey Watson. I suspect the team just tired out in the second half chasing the Lady Lynx rushes with often came through one wing or the other.

The Lady Lynx out shot the Canadians 21 to 2 in the first half and held a 4-0 advantage in corners as they dominated play however it was the own goal just before the second half that was the backbreaker. Sylvia Forbes turned it on in the second half with four goals to become the team’s scoring leader with 14 goals but she could have had four in the first half too on missed chances.

Justine Bernier earned the shutout for the Lady Lynx but didn’t have much to do. The team filled their missing roster with forward Tessa Roche and Fyana Christopoulos both who had not played for the Lady Lynx in any league matches. Midfielder Finella Annand also earned her first home start as she debuted for the Lady Lynx at the beginning of the month when she debuted on the road against Rochester. She’s a Scottish international from Inverness.

The Lady Lynx last game of the regular season is against the division leaders Ottawa Fury next Sunday at 6:00pm. Only two teams from the Northern Division make the playoffs and it’s almost assured that Ottawa will finish first. The Lady Lynx do have a game scheduled on Wednesday at 12:00pm for Youth Day with Oakville Storm of the OWSL. This one has been listed on their schedule all year.

Rocket Robin


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