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2005 Canadian National Challenge Cup

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2005 Canadian National Challenge Cup

2005 Canadian National Challenge Cup
Country Canada
Teams 10
Champions Scarborough G.S. United
Runners-up Edmonton Green & Gold

The 2005 Canadian National Challenge Cup was won by Scarborough G.S. United

October 10, 2005 in Edmonton, Alberta. Scarborough GS United 3 (Calixterio, T. Kouzmanis, Haitham) Edmonton Green and Gold 2 (Korthuij, Diaz) HT: Att: Ref: John De la Cruz


Portuguese Sporting Club

Edmonton Green & Gold

Edmonton (Squad): Jordan Robinson, Devon Fraser, Jarin Myskiw, Neil Morrow, Jamie Belous, Troy Hart, Kenny Nutt, Damir Jesis, Nikola Vignjevic, Jordan Gillespie, Mark Korthuij, Ben Drummond, Sam Lam, Vikray Kaushail, Quenton Zalazar, Brett Bacheln, Ian Diaz, Erit Pinnell, Herman Braich, Matteo Saccomano.

Scarborough G.S. United

Scarboro (Squad): Courtney Campbell, Courtney Brown, Tony Marshall, Valentine Anozie, Emil Calixterio, Ryan Dummett, Decio Rego, Gus Kouzmanis, Lester Bruno.

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