The St. Albert Women’s Soccer League is back on the pitch Monday after a break in the division one fixtures.
The Storm (1-4) and Lady Titans (1-4) meet at 5 p.m. at Riel Park.
At the Eldorado fields, Mavericks 09 (5-0) play the Goal Diggers (2-3) at 5 p.m. and the Morinville Ladies (4-1) take on Cosmos FC (2-3) at 7 p.m.
Last weekend the Mavericks doubled Morinville 4-2 with first place on the line. Christy Debienne sparked the Mavericks with two goals. It was 4-1 when Mel Duro posted her second goal of the game for Morinville, last year’s pennant winners at 17-0-1 and fifth place finishers at Tier IV provincials.
Tuesday’s exhibition soccer match between St. Albert Impact 1 and FC Edmonton Reserve kicks off at 7 p.m. at Riel Park
FC Edmonton striker Aymar Sigue, a Cameroon-born St. Albert resident, played for Canada at the recent Copa Mexico de Naciones Sub-15 tournament in Mexico. Canada lost 1-0 to Mexico twice and beat Costa Rica 3-0.
The six-foot-two and 170-pound Sigue attended Vincent J. Maloney School in Grade 9 and was among 11 players named to FC Edmonton’s residency program at St. Joseph Composite High School.
Impact (4-4-1) plays in the premier division in the Edmonton District Soccer Association. Matt Tokarik is the team leader in goals with four.
The next game for the St. Albert Cardinals in the Norwest Midget AAA Baseball League is Wednesday against Sherwood Park Green.
The first pitch is 7 p.m. in Sherwood Park.
The Cardinals (10-12) and Sherwood Park (2-12) are ranked in the bottom half of the 11-team standings.
This weekend the Cardinals are competing at a tournament in Trail, B.C.
The St. Albert Miners run the floor Wednesday against the Spruce Grove Slash, host team for the 2012 Presidents’ Cup national senior B lacrosse championship.
Game time is 8 p.m. at Northstar Hyundai Arena.
The Miners (7-4) and Slash (7-3) are challenging the Rockyview Knights (7-1) for top spot in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League.
The Miners carry a four-game unbeaten streak into this weekend’s series in Calgary against the Mountaineers (0-7) and Knights (7-1).
Registrations are being accepted for the second annual Joe Corrigan soccer goalkeepers’ camp, July 16-20 at Riel Park.
The first camp is 9-11 a.m. and the second camp is 1-3 p.m. Each camp costs $250. Visit www.stalbertsoccer.com to register.
Corrigan has nine caps with the England national team. The former Manchester City player is currently training U17 and U20 goalkeepers on England’s youth squads.