The Peterborough City Soccer Association has provided player development and competitive playing opportunities at the representative level for youth and adult players in the greater Peterborough area since 1980. If you want to catch up on recent events at our club, then keep reading. You can find more stories on the News page.
PCSA Strategic Plan – Follow-up to Dotmocracy
Over the course of the past year, club Vice-President Roger Jenkins has taken the lead in consulting with all the stakeholders in the club through a process called dotmocracy in order to prioritize our actions to most effectively accomplish our mission. The results have led to the creation of the PCSA Strategic Plan, which you are encouraged to review.
U13 Girls successful in Trenton
Sunday August 17, 2014 – The U13 Girls won the Cameron Memorial Tournament in Trenton on the weekend. After finishing first in Pool A, they defeated Belleville Comets in the semi-final and defeated Kawartha Lakes in the final. The team is coached by Brad Collyer.
PCSA U13 Girls win the Cameron Memorial Tournament
U15 Boys winners at York Tournament
Sunday August 17, 2014 – The U15 Boys Maroon team finished in first place at the Heart Of York Tournament in Newmarket this past weekend. They won all 5 games on their way to the championship, including a scoreless final game against Aurora which they won on penalty kicks. The team is coached by Biren Patel.
PCSA U15 Boys Maroon team and parents in Newmarket
Mark Forster Scholarships
Sunday August 10, 2014 – Congratulations to Michela Montgomery (U18 Girls) and Shawn Thompson (U18 Boys), who were awarded Mark Forster Scholarships for 2014. Both Michela and Shawn will attend Queen’s University in the fall. The announcement and presentation were made on Sunday afternoon during the Mark Forster Memorial Tournament.
2014 Mark Forster Scholarship recipient Shawn Thompson pictured with Mark’s parents Margaret and Fred Forster on Sunday
Senior Team News
The U21 Men have secured a first place finish in the Central Region U21 East Division following a 7 – 0 win over CTSA on Sunday (August 10) in their last game of the season. They have an 6-point lead over their closest rival atop the standings.
The PCSA Senior Men moved into a tie for 2nd place, 6 points behind the leaders, in the OSL Central Premier Division following a 3 – 2 win over Blackstar FC at Eastgate on Saturday, August 16. Next game for the Senior Men will be against Richmond Hill at Eastgate on Saturday, August 23. This will be their final home stand of the season. Game time is 7:00 p.m.
The Senior Women wrapped up their season with a win against Toronto True Blues and a loss to North York Cosmos in the Regional Premier Central Division of the OWSL. They finished in 5th place with a record of 2-2-10.
Saturday, August 23 – PCSA Academy – Eastgate #2
Saturday, August 23 – PCSA Men vs. Richmond Hill – Eastgate, 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, August 26 – PCSA Academy – Eastgate #1