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Bonivital Teams Excel at the 2017 National Club Championships!

Representing Manitoba at the U17 Boys, U17 Girls and U15 Boys National tournaments, all three Bonivital teams went through to the medal rounds, coming away with a National Championship Gold and a Bronze medal in a landmark year of achievement. 

 

Bonivital U17 Boys - National Club Champions for 2017

Bonivital's U17 Boys squad posted a perfect 5- 0 record en route to a convincing 3-1 win over Mistral Quebec in the gold medal game. Never trailing in a match, the boys were the class of the tournament both on and off the field. Congratulations to each member of team, coaches Tony Mazza and Greg Nordman, and manager Jodi Martin. 

Read the full CBC article about the U17 Boys

 

Bonivital U15 Boys - 2017 National Bronze Medallists

After a tough first-game loss to eventual tournament champion Quebec, Bonivital's U15 boys improved with every match, culminating in an exhilarating 1-0 win over Ontario to take home the bronze medal. Congratulation to the players, coaches Malcolm Mitchell, Greg Walker, and team manager Scott Wilkes. 
 

Bonivital U17 Girls Finish Fourth at Nationals

Finishing second in their pool with 3-1 record and a +5 goal differential, the U17 girls finished just out of the medals in a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Nova Scotia in the bronze medal match. Their performance at Nationals caps an outstanding year for the team, who were also WYSA League and Cambrian Cup Champions, and MSA Provincial Champions. Congratulation to the players and coaches Jorge Cabral and Rui Menezes.  

Permalink10/11/2017

Preferred Training Model

Bonivital Soccer Club is proud to be one of the first in the nation to adopt the new Preferred Training Model. The new Preferred Training Model is designed to completely revamp the way we train our players in the golden years of learning at the learn to Train stage between 8 and 12. The model incorporates all facets of the game and is designed to affect the four corners of development with soccer movement and physical coordination at its core, with elements of technical development in the technique and skills station and tactical development in the small sided games area.

Please watch our video to see the Preferred Training Model in action:
 
Permalink07/08/2015

Complaint Protocol & Incident Reporting

This is a reminder of our Club's official complaint protocol should you have an issue about a player, coach or other problems. Please follow these steps in order for us to better address your concerns.

Permalink10/15/2014
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