Bobby Gamba scored early in the match to put the Canes up on the score board. Aleco Iatrou then added another for the Canes before Theo Ngezahayo scored a hatrick for the to secure a very strong lead. Andrew Burroughes and Nakai Christmas replied for the Blue Devils, while Zach Lund put the final goal up for the Hurricanes giving them a 6-2 win over the Blue Devils. The Hurricanes have a record of 4-0 after the second weekend of ACAA play. The Cane’s travel to New Brunswick next weekend to take on the UNBSJ Seawolves on Saturday at 4pm and the STU Tommies at 3:15pm.
In a hard fought battle on a chilly September night, the UKC Blue Devils and the MSVU Mystics fought to a 0-0 tie. The game kept up a ferocious pace for a full 90 minutes. King’s rookie keeper Jordan Gillis made a stunning debut, logging an astounding 7 saves on the night for a clean sheet.
3rd year vetran T-Anna Fraser of Stellerton, Nova Scotia put the Canes up on the scoreboard early in the game at the 3 minute mark after captitalizing on a rebound from UKC’s Molly Lash-Burrows. Sabrina Molnar, Jade Stewart and Kathrine Molnar also scored in the 1st half of the game for the Cane’s with Erin Creaser replying for the Blue Devils giving the Canes a 4-1 lead at half time. In the second half, Erin Creaser repeated a goal in the 80th minute of the game and Miriam Burnett slipped one past Cane’s Hailey Terstage in extra time. The Canes were able to hold the Blue Devils back for the last few minutes, securing a 4-3 win. The Holland Hurricanes women sit with a record of 3-0-1 after the second weekend of ACAA Women’s Soccer action. The Canes are on the road next weekend taking on the UNBSJ Seawolves on Satuday at 2pm and the STU Tommies on Sunday at 1:15pm.
On a chilly September night under the lights (and the moon) at Wickwire Field, the UKC Blue Devils fell 3-0 to the MSVU Mystics. The game was clean and sportsmanlike, with no cards issued and few fouls committed. The Mystics were led by #18 Marliyn Burke who netted two tallies, with stellar performances from Breagh Laing who also scored, and keeper Carolyn Larocque who finished the game with a clean sheet. – SG
The Mount Allison Mounties opened the scoring early and finished the half leading 36-0. The Blue devils fought back, with tries from Isla Littlewood and Talia Medea, but the Mounties were able to hold their own and come out on top.