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Ontario Soccer Association – Woodbridge, Vaughan, FC London and Durham will compete for the 2018 Championship

August 21, 2018

Vaughan, ON – The League1 Ontario Women’s 2018 Championship match-ups were finally carved in stone after everything came down to the final matches of the women’s season in Matchweek 13. 

FC London secured a dramatic 3-2 comeback and striker Jade Kovacevic shot back to the top of the Golden Boot race after a hat-trick performance, guaranteeing their home field advantage in the playoffs and first place status. The defending 2017 and 2016 champions, FC London went undefeated in 2018 with a record of 11-0-1. The Londoners will face Durham United FA on Saturday August 25 at German Canadian Club, London.

Woodbridge Strikers staved off challengers Oakville Blue Devils to win 5-3 and claim second place in the division after their undefeated season with a record of 8-03. The Strikers will also have home field advantage in the semi-final stage – to be played Wednesday August 22 at Vaughan Grove against local rivals, Vaughan Azzurri. 

In the men’s division, it was a story of comebacks and late winners as the season rolls into its final five match spell. 

Darby FC moved into the playoff zone after an added time goal over Alliance, while Windsor held on for their first win of the season over a Sanjaxx Lions side determined to nail down playoff status. 

Masters FA kept slim playoff hopes alive after a remarkable three-goal comeback to draw Toronto Skillz 4-4, while Unionville’s Dimitrov led a similar Unionville comeback over Aurora – scoring a brace en route to a 4-2 victory.     

Women’s Division Results – Presented by Peel Regional Police 

Woodbridge Put Oakville Out Of Playoff Contention With 5-3 Victory. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Cutaia Scores Four As Hamilton Thump Blizzard 8-2 In Final Match Of Season. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Vaughan Nail Down Playoff Spot After 10-0 Goalfest Over North Miss. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

FC London Go Undefeated In Regular Season After 3-2 Result Over West Ottawa. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

DeRo’s Jainudeen Hits A High Note With Brace In 4-1 End Of Season Win Over Darby. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Durham Hang Onto Playoff Status With Fingernails After Share Of The Points With Aurora. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

FC London Clinch First Place In Women’s Division With 4-0 Win Over Unionville Milliken. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Men’s Division Results 

Strike From Windsor’s Pio Gets First Win, Puts Dent In Sanjaxx’s Playoff Hopes. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

De Sousa Hat-Trick Completes Dramatic 4-4 Comeback For Masters Over Skillz. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

TFC III Roll Over OSU 4-0 As Franklin Makes History. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Dimitrov Double Leads Unionville Comeback In 4-2 Defeat Of Aurora. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Brace From Vaughan’s Ricci Secures Three Points Over North Miss. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Ntamark, Velastegui Finishes Against Pro Stars Keep Sigma Top Of Table. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Late McInnis Goal Gets Darby An Important Three Points Over Alliance. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

Hirano Finish Hands All Three Points To Blue Devils In London. Click here to read the match report, watch video and find photos.

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

About League1 Ontario

League1 Ontario is the only professional-amateur, standards-based, league in Ontario. Founded in 2014, the league began with a ten team men’s division, which has now grown to 17 teams and includes a separate 13-team women’s division. League1 Ontario serves as a stepping stone between the youth, amateur ranks and the professional environment. Sanctioned by Ontario Soccer, the league’s focus, first and foremost, is the development of Canada’s future stars.

Media Contact 

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