Guelph Union

Guelph Union clobbered at home by Electric City

GUELPH – Guelph Union yielded three goals in the second half Sunday at Alumni Stadium as they were thumped 5-0 by Electric City FC of Peterborough in League1 Ontario Women’s Premier soccer play.

Electric City fired in the eventual game-winner in the third minute and added another first-half goal 17 minutes later.


Electric City FC 5 Guelph Union 0

After starting their season with a pair of wins, Union has a win, two losses and a tie in their last four outings. Their losses were by 4-0 (to Vaughan Azzurri May 8) and 5-0 scores.

The visitors scored 22 minutes into the second half before adding their other goals in the 75th and 89th minutes.

Holly O’Neill scored in the first half for Electric City while the second-half goals were scored by Emily Mijares, Abby Hunt and Kayla McQueen.

Mykaela Volpe had the clean sheet for the visitors while Rachel Yerxa was in net for Union.

The result leaves Union at 3-2-1 and Electric City at 4-2-0.

Union has two more home games this week as they’re to host Alliance United (2-2-2) Thursday at 9 p.m. and Woodbridge Strikers (2-1-2) next Sunday at 3 p.m.

 

  • Guelph Sports Journal

Guelph Union clobbered at home by Electric City

GUELPH – Guelph Union yielded three goals in the second half Sunday at Alumni Stadium as they were thumped 5-0 by Electric City FC of Peterborough in League1 Ontario Women’s Premier soccer play.

Electric City fired in the eventual game-winner in the third minute and added another first-half goal 17 minutes later.


Electric City FC 5
Guelph Union 0

After starting their season with a pair of wins, Union has a win, two losses and a tie in their last four outings. Their losses were by 4-0 (to Vaughan Azzurri May 8) and 5-0 scores.

The visitors scored 22 minutes into the second half before adding their other goals in the 75th and 89th minutes.

Holly O’Neill scored in the first half for Electric City while the second-half goals were scored by Emily Mijares, Abby Hunt and Kayla McQueen.

Mykaela Volpe had the clean sheet for the visitors while Rachel Yerxa was in net for Union.

The result leaves Union at 3-2-1 and Electric City at 4-2-0.

Union has two more home games this week as they’re to host Alliance United (2-2-2) Thursday at 9 p.m. and Woodbridge Strikers (2-1-2) next Sunday at 3 p.m.

 

  • Guelph Sports Journal