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Silva, Roy and company get the better of their North Bay rivals
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A pair of local GSSC (Greater Sudbury Soccer Club) Impact teams picked up big wins over the course of the last week as the bulk of the entries from this area get set to ramp up play in the TOSL (Toronto Soccer League) later this month.

One of four Sudbury teams competing in the YRSL (York Region Soccer League) as part of the OSA iModel play program, the Impact U17 Girls kicked off their summer with a 1-0 win over the Nipissing District Soccer Club in North Bay.

Laticia Silva netted the only goal of the game and Izzy Roy made it stand, recording the shutout as the Sudbury girls struggled to finish in a contest that they dominated territorially, according to head coach Doug Rosener.

On Sunday afternoon, the Impact U15 boys made it two victories in as many outings, taming the Bradford Wolves 4-1. Landon Lake-Rego, Grayson Giordano, Roman Mamonov and Connor Nicholson scored for the locals with Franco Mora replying in a losing cause for the visitors.

The scheduled encounter between the Richmond Hill Raiders and the Impact U15 Girls was postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.

Meanwhile, the Sudbury Cyclones U21 league squads are inching closer to the start of their regular season play with the men set to take on The Borough FC from Scarborough at home on May 25th and the women opening OWSL (Ontario Women's Soccer League) play the following weekend against the Barrie Spirit.

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