Seaway Kicker Report


U13 Mixed team leaves Ottawa empty-handed

The U13 Mixed team visited the Ottawa Internationals M3 team at Bruff Park on June 12.

Curran Gilmour scored at the six minute mark in the game on a two-on-three rush at Ottawa’s end, 1-0 Seaway. The Internationals answered back with a goal on keeper Kendrew Byers at the 28 minute mark, 1-1 tie.

The Internationals scored again in the second half at the 50 minute mark, 2-1 Ottawa. Minutes later the Internationals scored again, making it 3-1.

Seaway’s offense rallied with several plays deep in Ottawa’s end. Seaway forward Kolby Latulippe scored his first goal of the season in the final minute of the game, but the clock ran out before the team could tie it up. Final score, Ottawa Internationals 3, Seaway Kickers 2.

The U13 Mixed team hosts Nepean City’s M3 team at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois on June 19, 6:30 p.m. kickoff.

U15 Mixed team continues winning ways

The U15 Mixed team continued their winning streak June 16, visiting the Nepean City M2 team at Centrepointe East. Seaway won 6-3 with goals scored by Travis McInnis (2), Devin Vandermeer(2), Oakley Beavers (1) and Kasper Furo (1). Antoine Scarr gets the win in goal.

Seaway hosts the Ottawa Internationals June 23 at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois, kick-off at 6:30 p.m.

U13 Girls Win again

The U13-Girls team hosted the Nepean City G1 team at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois June 10, winning 3-1. Helene Bygott scored two goals and Keira Cameron scored one.

The U13 Girls team visit the Ottawa Royals at Regina Street Public School on June 17, and play host to Nepean City’s G2 team on June 24.

U16 Girls postponed

The U16-Girls’ game against the Nepean Hotspurs in OttawaJune 11 was postponed due to weather and will be rescheduled to later in the season. The U16 Kickers host the Ottawa Internationals June 18 at the Merkley Soccer Fields in Iroquois, kick-off at 6:30 p.m.

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