Windsor TFC Academy Opens With Two Wins

Windsor TFC Academy U18 boys team defeated Erin Mills 2-0 on 5 May 2018 in Mississauga.Photo courtesy of Anthony DiMeo.

Windsor TFC Academy U18 boys team defeated Erin Mills 2-0 on 5 May 2018 in Mississauga.
Photo courtesy of Anthony DiMeo.

(MISSISSAUGA, ON) – The Windsor TFC Academy U18 squad opened the 2018 Ontario Youth Soccer League campaign with a pair of hard-fought victories in Mississauga over the weekend.

On Saturday, the Academy side dispatched Erin Mills 2-0. The team got strong play from Mahir Modi, who netted a goal off a 1st half corner kick. In the face of ramped up pressure from Erin Mills, Windsor’s back four maintained focus to secure Markus Aguiar’s first shutout. They sealed the win with a late goal from Paul DiMeo.

The following day, Windsor took an early lead over Dixie en route to a 4-1 win. Windsor TFC controlled most of the possession and the midfield trio of Luka Tojcic, Max Cooney, and Francesco Barile were able to dominate.

DiMeo logged a hat trick and Jackson Moy headed a single off a corner kick.

Windsor returns home this weekend with a 1pm kick off on Saturday against the London Youth Whitecaps. On Sunday they’ll face London United, also at 1pm. Both matches are at Academy Ste Cecile

-with files from Anthony DiMeo.

Max Cooney goes head-to-head against a Dixie defender during OYSL action on 6 May 2018. Windsor TFC Academy U18 boys team defeated Dixie 4-1 in Mississauga.Photo courtesy of Anthony DiMeo.

Jackson Moy goes head-to-head against a Dixie defender during OYSL action on 6 May 2018. Windsor TFC Academy U18 boys team defeated Dixie 4-1 in Mississauga.
Photo courtesy of Anthony DiMeo.

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