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Top-60 Girls All Combine Team: First Team Starting 11

GK – Emma Klein (2024 Grad): The Aurora FC goalkeeper was stellar throughout the entire event consistently making massive saves for her team in key moments to preserve a lead or keep her team in the game.

DEF – Jaileah McPherson (2024 Grad): The Oakville Blue Devils fullback was on full display throughout the event. McPherson demonstrated her supreme athleticism and intelligence defensively and offensively for Team Evangelista. 

DEF – Christine Eiblmeier (2024 Grad): The Ottawa TFC/Bayern Munich U17 central defender was immense during the event. Eiblmeier was a consistent presence in every game she played with crunching tackles and phenomenal distribution over short and lengthy distances. 

DEF – Kennedy Gray (Transfer): The future NCAA D1 transfer demonstrated exactly what’s needed to play at the highest collegiate level with her positional awareness, versatility, and decision-making on and off the ball.

RM – Leonie Bourret (2022 Grad): The St-Laurent product was a constant threat going forward looking to get the ball to her feet and in behind. Bourret always looked to threaten the opposition’s goal, while her direct style of play pushed defensive lines back and created space for her to attack.

CM –McKenna Campbell-Turkalj (2024 Grad): The Cambridge United product was instrumental in Team Puma’s success throughout the event. Often controlling the tempo of her team, Campbell-Turkalj impressed with her high level of technical skill and tactical aptitude.

CDM – Farrah Yaacoub (2024 Grad): Woodbridge SC’s holding midfielder was an absolute force for Team FTF throughout the event. Yaacoub’s positional sense was fantastic as she broke up the opposition’s attacks, while constantly finding good outlets to put her team on the front foot.

CM – Maya Hindson (2024 Grad): The Futuro Soccer Academy product was sensational and instrumental in helping Team Evangelista win the Championship game. Hindson demonstrated phenomenal ball retention skills, technical ability, and tactical awareness, leading to being named MVP.

LM – Montelene Dymond (Commit – University of Kansas): Barrie SC’s electrifying winger showed exactly why she committed to the University of Kansas. The future Jayhawk excels in 1v1 situations and often creates her own space to create a scoring chance for herself or a teammate through her movement or on the dribble.

FWD – Allison Collins (2024 Grad): The Genesis FA striker was a consistent, imposing threat for all defenders she faced during the event. Collins is a fast, physical, and direct striker that is constantly looking to drive towards goal and create space for herself and her teammates.

FWD – Rafaelle Robitaille-Bourgeois (2023 Grad): FC Gatineau’s prospect demonstrated a unique combination of physicality and skill playing up top or out wide during the event. Robitaille-Bourgeois was a constant threat to the opposition and scored a goal and provided an assist in the final to win the Championship game.

Honourable Mention

GK – Maria Godoy Atrash / 2023 Grad

GK – Jo Mazier / 2024 Grad

GK – Carly Uchacz / 2025 Grad

GK – Èvelyn Parry / 2023 Grad

GK – Hailey Jones / 2023 Grad

RW/LW – Della Weir / 2024 Grad

CB/LB – Élodie Quévillon / 2022 Grad

ST/CAM – Yijia (Kimee) Liu / 2024 Grad

CB – Alice Kopp / 2023 Grad

CM/CDM – Jensa Napier-Ganley / 2023 Grad

CAM/LW – Arianna Rushenas / 2023 Grad

LW/CAM – Alicia McMurren / 2023 Grad

CAM/ST – Josie Morgan / 2023 Grad

CAM/CDM – Alexa Shwery / 2023 Grad

LW/RW – Heidi Miles / 2024 Grad

CM/CAM – Ainsley Ewasiuk / 2025 Grad

ST/CAM – Hannah Dhillon / 2024 Grad

ST/LW – Sophia Cabral / 2024 Grad

CB – Haylie Clarke / 2024 Grad

CAM/RW – Ella Kettles / 2024 Grad

RB/RW – Olivia Mills / 2024 Grad

CM/CAM – Priya Rastogi / 2023 Grad

ST/RW – Aliya Gomes / 2023 Grad

CB/RB – Hila Tata / 2024 Grad

RW/LW – Marisa Crane / 2023 Grad

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