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SportsKourouma, Bona lead Wanderers over Valour in Canadian Championship series

14:55  13 june  2019
14:55  13 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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WINNIPEG — HFX Wanderers FC advanced to the next round of the Canadian Championship by edging Valour FC 2-0 on Mohamed Kourouma scored in the 58th minute and Andre Bona added a late, stoppage-time goal as the Wanderers won the second-round qualifying series 4-1 on aggregate.

André Bona scored his first goal for Halifax in the round Two in the Canadian Championship in Winnipeg against Valour FC on June 12th 2019. During injury time the defender countered Valour FC off a corner and demonstrated his pace by sprinting and scoring on an open net, sealing a 2-0 win at

WINNIPEG — HFX Wanderers FC advanced to the next round of the Canadian Championship by edging Valour FC 2-0 on Wednesday in the second leg of their qualifying series between Canadian Premier League sides.

Mohamed Kourouma scored in the 58th minute and Andre Bona added a late, stoppage-time goal as the Wanderers won the second-round qualifying series 4-1 on aggregate.

The Halifax-based team will face the Ottawa Fury in the next round.

HFX beat Valour 2-1 in the first leg in Halifax last week, overcoming a 1-0 deficit against its Winnipeg opponent with two goals in two minutes late in the first half.

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Kourouma, Bona lead Wanderers over Valour in Canadian Championship series Late goal not enough for Eddies as York9 advances in CanChamp

EDMONTON — Mele Temguia scored in stoppage time as Edmonton FC earned a 1-0 win over York9 FC in the second leg of their qualifying series, but still lost on aggregate.

York beat Edmonton 3-1 in the first leg last week to win the series 3-2.

York will face the Montreal Impact in the next round.

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The Canadian Press

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