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League1 Ontario – Vaughan, ON – Familiar faces returned to League1 Ontario in a Matchweek 11 goal-fest that also threatened the order at the top of both men’s and women’s divisions.

In the Men’s division, new Sigma FC signing Mo Babouli, formerly of Toronto FC and the 2014 League1 Ontario Golden Boot winner, didn’t take long to get up to speed with a goal and an assist in a 3-1 defeat of Aurora FC.

Toronto FC III’s Cyrus Rollocks scored an impressive brace to help the Junior Reds defeat the defending League1 Ontario champions Vaughan Azzurri. East division leaders Woodbridge Strikers were held to a draw, while third place side North Toronto Nitros were defeated by Windsor Stars, to throw the men’s east division into further flux. 

The women’s defending Golden Boot holder Jade Kovacevic scored four for FC London. 

Woodbridge Strikers held women’s division leaders Unionville Milliken to a draw, and Eastern Kentucky freshman Sarah Owusu was unstoppable in a 3-1 win for Toronto Azzurri Blizzard over women’s division contenders, Vaughan Azzurri.  

Men’s Division Results 

Former Harbour View Jamaica player Le Rohne Young scored a late penalty to claim all three points for Durham United FA over Sanjaxx Lions. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Former Toronto FC player Joey Melo scored in a 2-0 victory for Masters FA Saints over Pro Stars FC. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

FC London left it to the last kick of the game to get a draw and a point after a 3-3 away draw with OSU Force. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Vaughan Azzurri slid to fourth in the men’s east division after an intense 4-3 loss to Toronto FC III. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Former Toronto FC forward Mo Babouli made an impact for his new club Sigma FC, scoring once and setting one up for the undefeated west division leaders in a 3-1 defeat of Aurora FC. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Men’s east division leaders Woodbridge Strikers dropped points in Matchweek 11 after a 1-1 draw with North Mississauga Panthers. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

A hat-trick for Oakville Blue Devils’ Anthony Novak helped the west division powerhouse to a one-sided 5-0 victory over Toronto Skillz. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Windsor TFC halted the progress of east division top three side North Toronto Nitros after an entertaining 3-2 win at University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos. 

Women’s Division Results – Presented by Peel Regional Police 

Meghan Reynolds scored early and Canada U-17 keeper Patricica Koutoulas kept a clean sheet throughout to hand Aurora FC a 1-0 win over visitors Sanjaxx Lions. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.  

Cassandra Briscoe scored a hat-trick for North Mississauga Panthers on the way to a 3-1 win over Durham United FA. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos. 

Defending women’s Golden Boot holder Jade Kovacevic secured her position at the top of the 2017 Golden Boot race with a four goal haul in FC London’s 6-0 dismantling of Darby FC. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos. 

Current women’s division leaders Unionville Milliken were held to a 2-2 draw by a young and determined Woodbridge Strikers side. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Eastern Kentucky University freshman Sarah Owusu scored a brace and helped the Toronto Blizzard to their second win of the season, defeating Vaughan Azzurri 3-1 at Azzurri Village. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos. 

For more information on League1 Ontario, visit their website League1Ontario.com.

High resolution photos, full video, and highlight clips are available to media upon request. 

About Ontario Soccer

Founded in 1901, Ontario Soccer is the largest provincial sports organization in Canada. Its members include more than 650 Clubs servicing over 24,000 teams with 380,000 registered players, 70,000 coaches and managers, and 10,000 match officials. Ontario Soccer develops and delivers exceptional and sustainable programs and services throughout Ontario with the mission of providing leadership and support for the advancement of soccer in collaboration and cooperation with our membership, partners and other stakeholders. Ontario Soccer also operates League1 Ontario, a provincial professional-amateur men’s and women’s league as well as the Ontario Player Development League (OPDL).

About League1 Ontario

League1 Ontario is the only professional-amateur, standards-based, league in Ontario. Founded in 2014, the league began with a 10 team Men’s division, which has now grown to 16 teams and includes a separate 11-team women’s division. League1 Ontario serves as a stepping stone between the youth, amateur ranks and the full-on professional sides. Sanctioned by Ontario Soccer, the league’s focus, first and foremost, is the development of Canada’s future stars.

Media Contact 

Cormac Rea
Communications Coordinator
League1 Ontario
crea@ontariosoccer.net
905-264-9390 x 239