Nova Scotia Clippers Results

Here are the game results of the Nova Scotia Clippers (Canadian Soccer League, 1991).  The franchise was rewarded in April 1989, played their first game two years later.  The Clippers’ training camp opened April 22 at Cole Harbour Place.  The club spent some of early to mid-May at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Bible Hill before returning to Halifax/Dartmouth.  All regular season home games were played at Beazley Field in Dartmouth.

The team’s main sponsors were Ultramar Canada, Simpson-Hurst Limited and Alexander Keith’s Breweries.  Included information is the date, opponent, result, Clipper goals & attendance (when available).  All information is via the Halifax Daily News.

Exhibitions:

  1. April 29 – @ University of Maine, 4-0 victory [goals by George Kyreakakos (2), Peter MacIntosh & Stuart Galloway]
  2. May 14 – vs. Truro Selects, 6-0 victory [at NSAC in Bible Hill]
  3. May 15 – vs. Dartmouth United Moosehead, 3-0 [goals by Dino Lopez, George Kyreakakos & Dennis Larsen, attendance of 100 at NSAC in Bible Hill]
  4. May 16 – vs. Cole Harbour Soccer Pro, 1-0 defeat [attendance 100 at NSAC in Bible Hill]
  5. May 19 – vs. Nova Scotia Selects, 2-0 victory [goals by Tony Pigniatello & George Kyreakakos, attendance 800]
  6. August 28 – vs. Nova Scotia Selects, 3-0 victory [goals by Hunter Madelay, Kevin Wasden & Dana Peoples, played at Huskies Stadium, Saint Mary’s]
  7. September 2 – vs. Bermuda national team, 0-0 draw [attendance estimated at 500]
  8. September 6 – vs. Bermuda national team, result unknown [played in Saint John]

Regular Season:

  1. May 26 – vs. Vancouver 86ers, 0-0 draw [attendance 1891]
  2. May 28 – vs. Winnipeg Fury, 2-0 victory [both goals by Gordon Hill, attendance 901]
  3. June 7 – @ Kitchener Kickers, 3-3 draw [goals by Pat Sullivan, Jamie Pollock & Murray David]
  4. June 9 – vs. Montreal Supra, 1-1 draw [goal by Dennis Larsen, attendance 1231]
  5. June 16 – vs. North York Rockets, 1-1 draw [goal by George Kryeakakos, attendance 1723]
  6. June 19 – vs. Toronto Blizzard, 1-0 victory [goal by Lewis Page, attendance 1707]
  7. June 21 – vs. Hamilton Steelers, 2-1 victory [goals by George Kryeakakos & Dino Lopez, attendance 2002]
  8. June 23 – @ Winnipeg Fury, 2-2 draw [goals by Lee Sullivan & Micheal Lyons, attendance 1871]
  9. June 26 – @ Vancouver 86ers, 3-1 defeat [goal by Tom Kouzmanis]
  10. June 30 – vs. Kitchener Kickers, 1-0 defeat [attendance 1430]
  11. July 3 – @ Montreal Supra, 3-2 defeat [goals by Dennis Larsen & Lee Sullivan]
  12. July 5 – vs. Hamilton Steelers, 1-0 defeat [attendance 1279]
  13. July 12 – @ Kitchener Kickers, victory [goals by Gordon Hill & Hunter Madelay]
  14. July 14 – @ Hamilton Steelers, 3-0 defeat
  15. July 19 – vs. Toronto Blizzard, 2-1 victory [both goals by Dennis Larsen, attendance 2232]
  16. July 21 – vs. North York Rockets, 0-0 draw [game called after 57 minutes due to thunderstorm]
  17. July 24 – @ Winnipeg Fury, 1-1 draw [goal by Robbie Cleugh, attendance 8629]
  18. July 26 – @ Vancouver 86ers, defeat
  19. July 28 – @ North York Rockets, 3-0 defeat [attendance 2015]
  20. July 31 – @ Toronto Blizzard, 6-1 defeat [goal by Neil Sedgwick, attendance 1980]
  21. August 2 – @ North York, 5-1 defeat [goal by Gordon Hill]
  22. August 4 – vs. Kitchener Kickers, 1-0 defeat [attendance 1314]
  23. August 9 – @ Toronto Blizzard, 4-2 defeat [goals by Dino Lopez & Pat Sullivan]
  24. August 11 – @ Hamilton Steelers, 2-1 victory [goals by Robbie Cleugh & Dennis Larsen]
  25. August 14 – vs. Vancouver 86ers, 4-0 defeat [attendance 1489]
  26. August 25 – vs. Montreal Supra, 2-1 victory [goals by Hunter Madelay & Robbie Cleugh, attendance 1466]
  27. August 30 – vs. Winnipeg Fury, 2-1 defeat [goal by Dino Lopez, attendance 1131. George Lucas played goal for the Clippers as Shel Brodsgraad was with the Olympic team]
  28. September 4 – @ Montreal Supra, 1-0 defeat

Postseason:

  1. September 11 – vs. North York Rockets, 4-0 defeat [attendance 359]
  2. September 15 – @ North York Rockets, 5-1 defeat [goal by Dwight Hornibrook]
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