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Congratulations to Jaret Ditter

 

Congratulations to Jaret Ditter, Bonivital Soccer Club Coach, was recognized with the Dr. Jack Hunt Memorial Award in the Learn to Train / Train to Train category at Coaching Manitoba's Excellence Awards. Click here to read more about the Awards and other recipients.

Team Mack Attack!!

We are happy to announce that Mackenzie Ratcliffe has been cancer free for over a year  ... read more.

MSA SOCCER COACHES WEEK ... April 8th - 14th, 2013

The MSA will be offering Active Start, FUNdamentals, Learn to Train and Active for Life Clinics at the WSF Indoor Soccer Facility - 211 Chancellor Matheson Rd (University of Manitoba) Please click on the following link for further information and schedule:

http://www.manitobasoccer.ca/coach/clinics-new

For an up-to-date overview of Coaching Certification, please click on the following link:

http://www.manitobasoccer.ca/coach/certification-new

 

 

WYSA INDOOR CAMBRIAN CHALLENGE CUP 2012-13 FINALS

U11 GIRLS - FINAL A - APRIL 1st, 2013 - PARK CITY (SOUSA) vs TRI-S (PREUN) - 6 PM, WSF FIELD 1 

CAMBRIAN CHALLENGE CUP RESULTS:

DIVISION   DATE HOME HOME SCORE AWAY SCORE AWAY

U10 BOYS

FINAL A 18 MAR Park City Urciuoli 2 0 Corydon Tesoro
U10 BOYS FINAL B 18 MAR Southdale Wilks 1 2 Waverley Heights Khan
U10 GIRLS FINAL A 18 MAR Garden City Dvorak 2 1 Whyte Ridge Popovic
U10 GIRLS FINAL B 18 MAR Windsor Blackburn 4  1 JTCC Harbottle
U10BDL FINAL 19 MAR FCNW Juvonen 1 2 BVSC Fonseca
U10GDL FINAL 18 MAR FCNW Zarrillo 0  1 FCNW Morais
U11BOYS FINAL A 19 MAR Waverley Heights Rostami 4 0 NGCC Giesbrecht
U11 BOYS FINAL B 19 MAR Bronx Nyhof 5 0 JTCC Seunarine
U11 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 18 NGCC Aiello 1 1 Tyndall Park Herrera( 2 - 1 PK )
U11 BDL FINAL MAR 19 FCNW Pater 2 0 BVSC Fernandes
U11GDL FINAL MAR 18 Phoenix Marsh 1 0 FCNW Castro
U12 BOYS FINAL A MAR 20 Southdale Strempler 5 3 Waverley Heights Tomy
U12 BOYS FINAL B MAR 20 Waverley Heights Gabel 3 4 Windsor Friesen
U12 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 19 Waverley Heights Hellmann 2 3 St. Charles McGillivray
U12 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 20 Oxford Heights Morrisseau 1 6 Whyte Ridge Tavares
U12BDL/U13BPD FINAL MAR 20 Phoenix Sirdar 3 2 BVSC K. Nordman
U12GDL FINAL MAR 19 FCNW Pilz 2 1 WSEU Crymble
U13 BOYS FINAL A MAR 20 PortageCobras Green 1 0 Oakbank Notarianni
U13 BOYS FINAL B MAR 20 Central Corydon Durette 1 0 Sinclair Park Loft
U13 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 20 Tri-S Martin 1 2 Garden City Aiello
U13 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 20 Whyte Ridge Standing 1 0 JTCC Ness
U13PR GIRLS FINAL MAR 19

PHOENIX CHRISTIE

( 3 - 1 ) PK

0 0 PTSC MURPHY
U13PR/U14PD BOYS FINAL MAR 21 BVSC Lourenco 2 3 WSEU Dueck
U14 BOYS FINAL A MAR 19 Corydon Chilelli 2  3 Southdale Burmey
U14 BOYS FINAL B MAR 21 Richmond Kings Guillemard 1 2 CYSA Barr
U14 GIRLS FINAL C MAR 21 St. Norbert Fowler 2 1 Park City Murray
U14 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 21 Whyte Ridge Aiello 3 2 Morse Place Pereira
U14 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 21 Tri-S Fisher 1 2 Lorette Gaucher
U14 PD GIRLS FINAL MAR 18 FCNW Koroluk 2 2

BVSC Baker

( 3 - 2 ) PK

U14 PR BOYS FINAL MAR 21 Phoenix Albo 1 0 WSEU De Thomasis
U14PR/U15PD/U16PD GIRLS FINAL MAR 18 Phoenix 14PR Balog 2 1 PTSC 14PR Bustos
U15 BOYS FINAL MAR 21 Tri-S Carter 2 1 Southdale Strempler
U15 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 18 Tri-S Massie 5 0 JTCC Brandson
U15 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 18 Greendell Ruczak 2 1 St. Charles Purcell
U15/16 PR BOYS FINAL MAR 21 FCNW Olivier Job 4 3 Phoenix Moudgill
U15PR/U16PR GIRLS FINAL MAR 21 WSEU Connor 1 2 FCNW Redekopp
U16 BOYS FINAL A MAR 21 Oxford Heights West 2 1 Vince Leah Swanson
U16 BOYS FINAL B MAR 21 St. Charles O'Hara 1 4 Tyndall Park Hererra
U16 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 18 Park City  Bayrak 1 2 Whyte Ridge Standing
U16 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 21 St. Norbert Richichi 5 1 Hanover Wiebe
U17 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 18 Garden City Canak 4 2 CYSA Muir
U17 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 18 Waverley Heights Ironside 1 0 Lindenwoods Adam
U17/U18 BOYS  FINAL MAR 19 St. Charles Volkov 1 2 Tri-S Racicot
U18 GIRLS FINAL A MAR 19 Oakbank Mathewman 2 1 Park City Cook
U18 GIRLS FINAL B MAR 19 NGCC Schneider 1 0 St. Charles Davies
U18 GPR FINAL MAR 19

Phoenix Red

( 2- 1 ) PK

1 1 FCNW Moar
             

          

Madison Wilford selected to CSA's U20 National Excel Camp

Madison Wilford has been selected to participate in the CSA's U20 National Excel Camp March 16 - 25, 2013. Click here for the press release.

WYSA Indoor Cambrian Challenge Cup 2012-13 Playoff Information

 

Playoff schedules can be accessed through the Standings and Schedules link. Teams will be notified as soon as possible as to their placement in semi-final and final games.

Finals schedule information is available by clicking HERE.

 

 

Desiree Scott - Manitoba Female Athelete of the Year

 

Former WYSA youth player and Bronze Olympian, Desiree Scott has been selected as Manitoba Female Athlete of the Year.

Please see the following link:

http://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-s-scott-named-manitoba-s-athlete-of-the-year--p153131

WYSA names Carlo Bruneau as new Executive Director

The Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Carlo Bruneau as its new Executive Director effective February 12, 2013.

Carlo joins WYSA from the Manitoba Soccer Association where he served as Special Events and Competitions Coordinator for the past five years. Well-versed in the trends shaping the youth game today, Carlo brings a high level of organizational expertise to his new role.

“I am thrilled to take on this role leading WYSA. Soccer is the most popular youth sport in Winnipeg and the level of skill and competition seems to improve every year,” said Bruneau. “We still have lots of room for improvement though and I look forward to working with staff, clubs and community centres to enhance how WYSA administers its leagues.”

WYSA is the largest youth soccer league administrator in Manitoba. In addition to managing all premier, premier-developmental and developmental leagues (from ages 9 through 18), WYSA oversees recreational soccer leagues for community centres from ages 13 to 18. It also supports district soccer associations who administer the recreational leagues for ages 9 through 12. In recent years, WYSA has managed high school indoor and outdoor soccer leagues and has played a key role in bringing soccer programming to disadvantaged youth in Winnipeg’s core areas.

“We’re excited to have Carlo join our organization. He is tremendously knowledgeable about the game and system here in the province, and he brings a fresh energy and perspective,” said Tom Thompson, President of WYSA. “Our main objective is to run the best possible soccer leagues we can and to encourage participation in the game at all skill levels. It would be hard to find someone with more passion for those things than Carlo.”

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What is Long Term Player Development (LTPD)?

WHAT IS LONG TERM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT (LTPD)?

 

LTPD Is about putting the player first and offering age-appropriate opportunities for kids to enjoy the game of soccer. Making the game fun is key in teaching and coaching, so that players will continue in the game and may even coach or referee as they get older.  More specifically, LTPD is a model of athlete development that parallels what doctors and psychologists have long used to better understand human development: as a series of distinct stages, which takes us from infancy through to adulthood. A person's abilities, behavious and emotions, as well as their understanding of the world around them, varies from stage to stage.

 

Similarly, experts in sport science have identified seven stages of development — each with its own physical and psychological characteristics —that form the basis for LTPD. When young soccer players are able to train and compete in an evironment that's appropriate to their stage of development, they not only perform at their best, they also have more fun.

 

| In other words, LTPD is designed to give players an optimal soccer experience at every stage by putting their needs front and center |

 

In order to accomplish this goal, the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) with the District Clubs and Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) and Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) has introduced changes designed to encourage more playing time for every player, enhance skill development, improve coaching and generally make the game more fun to play! Whether you dream of playing for Canada's National Team or simply want to have fun with friends, taking the right approach to the game when children are young sets the stage for a lifetime of enjoyment! As well, new and better coach education is a critical element of the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) and Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association's (WYSA) new Long Term Player Development (LTPD) initiative.

 

For more information on LTPD, visit our homepage and view the menu options below LTPD!

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