Noseworthy, O’neill steady contributors for Crusaders
The two have score in almost every one of the Crusaders nine Jubilee Trophy wins this season
Defending champion Holy Cross has been an offensive juggernaut in Jubilee Trophy women’s soccer play this year, with two players providing scoring in almost every contest.
Other than Holy Cross Avalon Ford’s season-opening game — a 2-0 win over Feildians
Greensleeves — Crusaders teammates Jessie Noseworthy and Holly O’neill each have at least one goal in all of the defending
champion’s Breen’s Jubilee Trophy women’s soccer games this season.
Holy Cross, which won a national bronze medal last year, is
9-0 so far in 2018.
The Crusaders have 68 goals (Noseworthy, the reigning league scoring champ has 13 of them and O’neill has 11) this
season, giving the team an average of better than 7.5 goals per game.
Holly O’neill of the Holy Cross Avalon Ford Crusaders.