Past Tournaments

2015 DONATION TOTAL: $16,400
CONGRATULATIONS TO NV-US - 2015 CHAMPIONS 
AND 
BREASTCELONA - 2015 RUNNERS-UP

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISERS
 TOP THREE INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISERS:
1. ANN CAPRA - KODIAKS, $1080
2. LISA KARSAY - SARNIA CITY, $990
3. TINA ABRAHAM-BANOUVONG, $885
TOP TEAM FUNDRAISERS:
1. GLENGARRIANS, KINGSTON - $3592
2. KODIAKS, SCARBOROUGH - $2475
3. SU RACK ATTACK - $2092

































2013 TOURNAMENT RESULTS
Champions - Breastcelona 1
Finalists - Scarborough NV 0
2013 estimated donation total : $12,900.00
Thank you to all participants, spectators, and volunteers!
Congratulations to all participants for being part of an amazing cause!


2012 Tournament

Championship Final and Semi-Final Results
7th Annual 'Kick 4 the Cure' Women's Indoor Soccer Tournament
(In support of Breast Cancer Research)
 
Tournament Results
 
2012 DONATION TOTAL: $15,500.00
 
Championship Final
 
Scarborough United Nueva Vida 3 (Shawna Williams 2, Ashley Fernie)
Toronto Rangers 1 (Natalie Brace)
 
Championship Final MVP, Scarborough United - Shawna Williams
Championship Final MVP, Toronto Rangers - Michelle Sousa
 
Semi-Finals
 
Scarborough United Nueva Vida 6 (Chantelle Hall 2, Ashley MacNeil 2, Ashley Fernie, Jenna Roach), Scarborough United Strikers 1 (Jill Donaldson-Vitullo)
 
Toronto Rangers 2 (Natalie Brace, Oriana Morra), Mustangs 1 (Belinda Tulloch)
 
Top Fundraising Teams
 
Scarborough United Nueva Vida                                         $4,882
Leaside                                                                                  3,059
Purple Reign (Barrie)                                                             1,375
 
Top Individual Fundraisers
 
Shawna Williams, Scarborough United Nueva Vida          $1,244
Laurie Fletcher, Scarborough United Nueva Vida                1,000
Silvana Calleri, Scarborough United Nueva Vida                    957
Emily Rosa, Leaside                                                               935
Laura Franklin, Leaside                                                           735
Courtney Pollice, Wildfire United (Kitchener)                          715
 
$15,500.00 raised in support of breast cancer research; pledges combined with sales and tournament fees. All tournament proceeds donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation*** - Over $120,000 raised at seven Kick 4 the Cure tournaments since inception in 2006
Source: Glenn Sutherland, Media Relations
 
2012 Sponsors include: Umbro Canada, Wilson Trophy Co, Scarborough Soccer Centre, Scarborough Soccer Association, Scarborough Soccer Referees Association, Delta Toronto East Hotel, Brandon Connerty, Registered Massage Therapist (Hands On You)



2011 TOURNAMENT
 
2011 Champions: Toronto Rangers (2nd Champion Title)
Finalists: Scarborough United Strikers (5th Finalist Title)
 
Top Fund-raising Teams
 
Leaside                                       $6,055.00
Strikers (Ajax)                               2,466.00
Scarborough United Strikers           2,000.00
Stooley's Glengarrians (Kingston)   1,785.20
Wildfire United (Waterloo)              1,445.00
Pickering A.C.                              1,140.00
 
Top Individual Fund-raisers
 
Shawna Williams, Scarborough United Strikers  $1,180.00
Rachelle Wallage, Leaside                                 1,179.69
Cory Cattell, Leaside                                         1,175.69
Chantal Malcolm, Strikers (Ajax)                           875.00 
Angie Rubini, Leaside                                           870.00
Sara Slater, Strikers (Ajax)                                    851.00
 
Thank you to all of the volunteers, referees, participants, donors and to those who supported the tournament in any way.
 
Special Thank You to our sponsors: UMBRO CANADA, Wilson Trophy, Scarborough Soccer Centre, Scarborough Soccer Referees Association, Brandon Connerty (Physio and Massage), 680 News, Q107, Vincy Angelone, The O'Connors
 
 

$21,000 raised at Kick 4 Cure event 2010 raising the Total 5

year contribution to $83,013.00

Markham tops Leaside to take tourney title

 
More than $20,000 raised at Kick 4 Cure event.
 Sandy Milevski of the Markham Wildcats moves the ball during the championship game of the Kick 4 The Cure indoor soccer tournament Sunday afternoon in Scarborough. Markham won the match 5-0. (April 18, 2010) Staff photo/NICK PERRY
It was another successful year for the fifth annual Kick 4 The Cure women's indoor soccer tournament held on Sunday, April 18, at the Scarborough Soccer Centre.

More than $20,000 was raised for breast cancer research at this year's event through team tournament entry fees, pledges, other corporate and individual financial donations, Kick 4 The Cure merchandise sales and raffle ticket sales.

The Markham Wildcats won the tournament by beating out Leaside with a final score of 5-0.

The top fundraisings teams were Leaside with $3,126, Scarborough United Selects with $2,515 and the Red Devils with $2,465.

Top individual fundraisers were Nicole Boyce, of the Scarborough United Selects at $955, Chantal Malcolm, with the Strikers (from Ajax) with $880 and Julie Quinn, of Leaside, with $725.

Through five tournaments, Kick 4 The Cure has now raised more than $82,000 for breast cancer research.

2010 Sponsors Include: Umbro Canada, Wilson Trophy Inc., Winners, Delta Toronto East Hotel, Kitchen Aid, Scarborough Referees Association, Scarborough Soccer Centre, Scarborough Indoor Soccer League and the Scarborough Soccer Association.
  
 

4th Annual 'Kick 4 The Cure'Women's Indoor Soccer Tournament
(Proceeds donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region)
Played at the Scarborough Soccer Centre
Saturday, April 25, 2009
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Toronto Rangers (Etobicoke) 4
(Natalie Brace, Rose Rodrigues, Janet Sury, Shannon Wolfe)
Scarborough United Strikers 1 (Shawna Williams)
 
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS
Toronto Rangers - Natalie 'Lefty' Brace - awarded game ball from final
Scarborough United Strikers - Sara Ross - awarded game ball from final
 
SEMI-FINALS
Toronto Rangers (Etobicoke) 6 (Janet Sury 3, Natalie Brace, Reisa Evans, Shannon Wolfe, s/o recorded by Nicola Grieves), Stooleys (Kingston) 0
Scarborough United Strikers 2 (Brittany Rowe, Veronica DaSilva)
Clairlea-Westview (Scarborough) 1 (Kellie McLean)
 

TOP FUNDRAISING TEAMS
 
1) Scarborough United Stars (LEFT) $2,527
2) Leaside - $1,705.25
3) Scarborough United Strikers - exact total unavailable
 
TOP INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISERS
1) April Cheng, Scarborough United Stars - $855
(received prize package donated by Delta Toronto East Hotel - Scarborough, Ontario)
 
Jennifer Alexander, Revolution FC (Scarborough) - $810
(received gift certificate courtesy of 'Winners' and special pink UMBRO soccer ball courtesy of UMBRO)
 
Janice Kent, Leaside - $597
(received gift certificate courtesy of 'Winners' and special pink UMBRO soccer ball courtesy of UMBRO)
 
Major sponsors included UMBRO (who provided the prizes for top team and individual fundraisers as well as for the winners and finalists of the tournament along with special pink game balls, Winners, the Delta Toronto East Hotel, Wilson Trophy, Richard Husbands, The Robbie, the Scarborough Soccer Association and the Scarborough Soccer Centre.

Thank you to all players, coaching staff, referees, volunteers, sponsors and family and friends who supported the fundraising. Also, thank you to Mary Claire from the CBCF.

2008 TOURNAMENT SUMMARY REPORT


The Ajax United Strikers are proving to be unbeatable when it comes to
'Kick 4 The Cure' championships.

This past Saturday, April 26, the Strikers captured their third 'Kick 4 The Cure' championship in just the third year of the tournament's existence.

 

Janet Sury gave the Strikers a 1-0 lead over the Scarborough United Strikers early in Saturday's championship match before Veronica da Silva tied the score at 1-1.  However, in the final ten minutes of play, Soula Fradelos (top scorer in last year's tournament) and Chantal Malcolm counted one goal each to seal the 3-1 victory for Ajax United.

 

Debra Kietzke tended goal for Ajax United.

 

In semifinal action, Ajax United defeated the North York Panthers 3-1 while Scarborough United defeated another Scarborough United squad, the Dynamos, in a nail-biting 1-0 match.

 

However, in the end, more important than just numbers on a scoreboard, statistics on a game sheet and medallion presentations was the fact that more than $20,000 was raised from team registrations, player sponsorships, donations at-the-door, tournament souvenir sales and corporate sponsorship for breast cancer research, which will be donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation's Ontario Chapter.

 

The tournament organizers wish to thank the teams, sponsors of the players, fans and corporate sponsors for their generous donations to breast cancer research!

 

The following is a list to top team and individual fundraisers:

 

Top Team Fundraisers

North York Panthers ($1,360) and North York Pegasus ($1,322)

 

Top Individual Fundraisers

Doreen Sachett, Strikers 4 A Cure = $970

Karen Chan, North York Pegasus = $622

Katy Thatcher, North York Panthers = $550

Jessica Clark, Ajax United Strikers = $483

 

Over the three 'Kick 4 The Cure' tournaments since 2006, more than $43,000 has been donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation's Ontario Chapter to go towards breast cancer research! 


Generous tournament sponsors for 2008 include: Wilson Trophy Co, Umbro Canada, Admiral Canada, BMW, Canadian Tire, Enterprise Car Rentals, Pizza Pizza, Delta Toronto East Hotel, Winners, Scarborough Soccer Association, Scarborough Indoor Soccer League, The Robbie International Soccer Tournament, Scarborough United Women's Soccer Club, Lyngar Inc. (via Gary Benson), Roy and Doreen O'Connor, Dave Sidhu.

 

For more information on this year's 'Kick 4 The Cure' or how to get involved with next year's tournament as a corporate sponsor, individual sponsor or team, contact Jace (pronounced Jackie) Prohaska at 416-285-8002, ext. 27.

 

Glenn Sutherland, Media Relations

Kick 4 The Cure Women's Indoor Soccer Tournament

Phone: 416-282-9241


 

 

KICK 4 THE CURE 2007 SUMMARY REPORT

 

STRIKERS STRIKE AGAIN
 
SCARBOROUGH, April 22 – At the beginning of Sunday’s championship final for the Second Annual Kick 4 The Cure Women’s Indoor Soccer Tournament, organizers knew one thing – they were going to crown a team nicknamed Strikers as champions.  However, what they didn’t know was whether that team’s name would begin with Ajax United or Scarborough United.
 
The Ajax United Strikers came into the tournament as defending champions, returning with essentially the same line-up which won the first edition of “Kick 4 The Cure” in 2006.  They looked to be on solid footing from the outset, compiling a record of three wins against no losses in round-robin play, shutting out their opponents 11-0. 
 
Their perfect record easily resulted in the Strikers capturing first place in Group A and a berth in the semi-finals. 
 
Not to be outdone, the Scarborough United Strikers were thrashing their way through Group B as a one solid, collective unit, winning all three of their round-robin matches while amassing a 10-0 goals for/goals against ratio.  Their unblemished record put them into the semi-finals as well.
 
In rematches of the 2006 semi-finals, Ajax United met St. Leonard of Montreal (winners of Group C) and Scarborough United took to the field in their unique hot pink jerseys for a match against the Scarborough United Panthers (runners-up in Group C and recipients of a wild card entry to the playoff round).
 
Their 2006 semi-final saw St. Leonard shut out by Ajax United 4-0.  This year, St. Leonard managed to finally score a goal in playoff action against Ajax United but still came up short, losing 3-1.  Sara Dimaulo scored the lone St. Leonard marker while Janet Sury, Chantal Malcolm and Amanda Maclean replied for Ajax.
 
Meanwhile, right next door on the Scarborough Soccer Centre’s other field, the Strikers shut out the Panthers for the second consecutive year in semi-final action by a score of 2-0, up from 1-0 in 2006.  Sandra Ferreira scored both goals for the Strikers while Kim Lee was recording her fourth shutout of the tournament.
 
So, it was on to the final for the S.U. Strikers but their unblemished record came to a crashing halt as Soula Fradelos scored her fourth and fifth goals in five games to lead Ajax United to a 4-1 victory.  Sury and Malcolm once again found the net to round out the Ajax scoring.  Shannon Ferreira provided Scarborough with its lone goal.
 
Sury and Ferreira were awarded special pink game balls provided by UMBRO as their teams’ respective players of the match.
 
However, the big winner of the day was the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s Ontario Chapter, which will receive a cheque for more than $16,000 from Kick 4 The Cure to put towards breast cancer research.  That is more than double the amount raised in 2006 and far beyond tournament organizers’ expectations of $10,000.
 
Contributing to the increase in money raised was an initiative by tournament organizers to ask that each individual player bring in at least $25 in pledges in addition to the team’s entry fee of $275.
 
Results of the new idea were terrific as thousands of dollars in pledges were brought in by individual players.
 
The number one fundraiser turned out to be Chantal Malcolm of the Ajax Strikers, who by day is a teacher at Trafalgar Castle School in Whitby.  Students at the Grade 6-12 school raised $900 for the physical education/French teacher while her fellow staff members contributed another $300. 
 
Pat Ready, coach of the Scarborough United Warriors (who competed in the tournament’s Group A) brought in more than $470 in pledges for the second-highest total.
 
St. Leonard’s Patty Tummillo of Laval, Quebec provided the third-greatest amount of pledges as family and friends sponsored her to the tune of $285.
 
The largest amount of pledge monies from any one team came from the Ajax United Strikers who, as a group, were able to hand over more than $2,000.
 
Tournament organizers Jace Prohaska, Tiffany Woolford and Stephanie Cvik wish to thank all of the volunteers, including the referees, who waive their regular fees in order to help out the tournament.
 
They would also like to say a special thank you to Mark Brogno from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation for his guidance and assistance in making the tournament possible.
 
The Kick 4 The Cure Women’s Indoor Soccer Tournament is also proud to count Admiral Canada, BMW Canada, Canadian Tire, Enterprise Car Rentals, Ganong, Java Joe’s Coffee Shop, Kernels Popcorn, MAC Cosmetics, Revlon, Rogers Sportsnet, the Scarborough Soccer Referees Association, the Scarborough Indoor Soccer League, the Scarborough Soccer Association, the Scarborough Soccer Centre, Umbro Canada and Wilson Trophy Company Inc. amongst its various sponsors.
 

 

 


 

Kick 4 The Cure 2006 SUMMARY REPORT
Women's Indoor Soccer Tournament
-In support of breast cancer research-


The first annual "Kick 4 The Cure" Women's Open Indoor Soccer Tournament took place Sunday, April 23, at the Scarborough Soccer Centre
with all the funds raised being donated to the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. 

With fourteen teams registered and fired up, the pink balls donated by AC Soccer were dying to be played with! Once the clock struck 9 am, those balls were rolling, and so was the energy in the Soccer Centre! All teams were ready to give their all, but more importantly all the teams were ready for a fun day of competitive soccer all for a great cause!

Ajax Strikers doubled up on the Scarborough United Strikers in the Final to win the tournament, 4-2.

Janet Sury scored twice to lead the Strikers to victory with Soula Fradelos and Jessica Clark adding singles.

Fradelos was recently named Top Female Athlete of the Year for 2005-06 at Scarborough's Centennial College, having been captain of both the women’s outdoor and indoor soccer teams, the latter of which won the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association championship!

Ajax went undefeated over five matches in the tournament, outscoring their opposition 24-6, including a 4-1 victory over St. Leonard from Montreal in their semi-final.

Nadia Mighty and Suzanne Scott replied for Scarborough United in the final, which finished with a record of 4-1 with an impressive 14-5 ratio in goals for/goals against.

Goalkeepers Amy Hosford and Elaine Ducas, of the Ajax Strikers and Scarborough United Strikers respectively, were chosen Most Valuable Players of the championship final.

While the games were played we kept a tally of the funds being raised in form of donations, pin sales, cupcake sales and raffle tickets! The thermometer kept on rising when generous donations kept flowing in! Because of fabulous volunteers, great sportsmanship and the warmth of the community, the thermometer reached up to $7,000.00 surpassing our goal of $5,000.00

Proceeds of the tournament were donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s Ontario Chapter, for a 2006 total of $7,000.00

Fourteen teams from Stratford, the Greater Toronto Area and Montréal participated in the tournament.

PLAYOFF RESULTS SUMMARY:

CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL


Ajax Strikers 4 Scarborough United Strikers 2

SEMIFINALS

Ajax Strikers 4 St. Leonard (Montréal) 2
Scarborough United Strikers 1 Scarborough United Panthers 0

Proudly sponsored by:

The Scarborough Soccer Centre, Scarborough Soccer Referees Association, Wilson Trophy Company, Scarborough Soccer Association, Scarborough Indoor Soccer League, AC Soccer, Pizza Pizza (Warden and Eglinton location), Ganong, Second Cup Coffee Company Ltd., Admiral, Mac Cosmetics, Golden Griddle, Java Joes, Lyngar Inc., Tommy Cooks, Leanne Blance, Mike Burke, Roy and Doreen O’Connor and the Prohaska family.

If you are media and would like to get involved in the K4TC please contact:

Glenn Sutherland, Media Relations
"Kick 4 The Cure" Women's Indoor Soccer Tournament

Daytime phone: 416-314-5530
Evenings and weekends phone: 416-282-9241

 



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