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Sheila & Stephenie allt memorial tournament


May 17-20, 2019
Mainland Common, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Est. 2003

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Sheila & Stephenie allt memorial tournament


May 17-20, 2019
Mainland Common, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Est. 2003

 

WHO WE ARE

A not-for-profit memorial soccer tournament honouring Sheila and Stephenie Allt, mother and daughter, who's love for soccer lives on through family, friends and the event.

 
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One of Atlantic Canada's longest-running youth soccer tournaments.

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One of Atlantic Canada's longest-running youth soccer tournaments.

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The Sheila and Stephenie Allt Memorial Tournament is in memory of two wonderful people that were tragically lost on October 7, 2002. Sheila and Stephenie Allt, mother and daughter, were returning home from a school soccer game in Tantallon, Nova Scotia, when their car hydroplaned on the rain soaked highway only minutes from home. In that instant, so many lives were forever changed. 

To honour and remember them, two of Stephenie's best friends, Kate Elliot and Mallory Comeau, came up with the idea of a soccer tournament in memory of them. The home town soccer community of Timberlea, Nova Scotia embraced the idea of something to honour and remember their friends.

The tournament's goal is to bring together young soccer players early in the season for fair play, and above all, to enjoy the spirit of the sport. Both Sheila and Stephenie loved soccer, they loved the community that supported the sport and they loved the friendships that developed because of it. It’s those friends that will work tirelessly each year to grow the tournament.

With the help of many volunteers, lots of tears and mostly lots of love, we are hosting the 17th annual Sheila and Stephenie Allt Memorial Soccer Tournament at Mainland Common, May 17-20, 2019.