BLUE TOQUE FC goalie Dale Greene makes the stop on a shot by a Blue Balled player in the A Tier final of the CVSSC Indoor Soccer League. Blue Toque took first place with a 7-2 win.

Hats off to determined Blue Toque squad

Veteran team defeats Blue Balled to win indoor soccer league title

Veteran experience trumped youthful enthusiasm in the A Tier final of the Comox Valley Sports & Social Club’s Indoor Soccer League last Thursday.

It was Blue Toque FC, the indoor soccer veterans and former league champs, rising to the occasion to regain the title with a 7-2 win over the league newcomers Blue Balled. The game was closely contested until the final 15 minutes, when Rob Caya snared the go-ahead goal and his team proceeded to pull away on the scoreboard.

Blue Balled had climbed into the championship game by knocking out the previously undefeated No. 1 seed, I Don’t Know, but had trouble getting through the stellar Blue Toque defence. In the third-place game, I Don’t Know won by a 7-0 score over Multiple Scoregasms to finish on a high note.

The Norwegian Refs took fifth place with a 10-7 win over Mint Berry Crunch, while Smells Like Team Spirit notched a 12-5 win over Scoring All Night for seventh spot. The Red Card Heroes will face the Untouchaballs for ninth place in the tier.

The B Tier final will pit AFC United up against the Free Lions, as both teams ended with identical 6-1 regular season records and edged out their semifinal opponents. United Confusion will face The Off Side for third place in the tier.

The Toepunters will play against UnReal Madrid for seventh spot, while NISU Soccer Club, One Dollar Vegetables and The Black Ninjas will face off to figure out ninth overall.

Registration is now open for the CVSSC’s co-ed spring sports leagues, with popular leagues like outdoor soccer, beach and indoor volleyball, slo-pitch, ultimate Frisbee, flag football and kickball. Teams, small groups and individuals can register online at

For more information, visit the website or contact Scott at 250-898-7286 or


– Comox Valley Sports & Social Club



Just Posted

Kus-kus-sum receives $1 million in provincial funding

New Democrat MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard is welcoming $1 million in provincial funding… Continue reading

Comox Valley Record putting the call out to Snowbirds shutterbugs

David Suther sent in this great pic of the Snowbirds, shot from… Continue reading

Too Good To Be Threw back in downtown Courtenay with second location

The new store opened Tuesday at 456 5th Street

World Community screens This Mountain Life in Courtenay

The awe that mountainous landscapes evoke is universal. World Community presents the… Continue reading

VIDEO: Comox Valley Stage 4 water restrictions lifted

Video explains planning and execution of repair

VIDEO: Driver in bizarre hit-and-run at B.C. car dealership turns herself in

Police believe alcohol was a factor in incident causing estimated $15,000 in damages

CONTEST ALERT: Win tickets to A Night of Bowie

Do you want to see “A Night of Bowie” on us? The… Continue reading

‘B.C. cannot wait for action’: Top doctor urges province to decriminalize illicit drugs

Dr. Bonnie Henry says current approach in ‘war on drugs’ has criminalized and stigmatized drug users

B.C. woman, 76, challenges alcohol-screening laws after failing to give breath sample

Norma McLeod was unable to provide a sample because of her medical conditions

New report on 2017 wildfires calls for better coordination with B.C. First Nations

Tsilhqot’in National Government documents 2017 disaster and lists 33 calls to action

B.C. youth coach banned amid sexual harassment, bullying scandal: Water Polo Canada

Justin Mitchell can’t take part in Water Polo Canada events or clubs

Wilson-Raybould: Feds want to just ‘manage the problem’ of Indigenous Peoples

Former federal justice minister speaks at First Nations Justice Council meeting in B.C.

Woman who was chased and tackled after break-in sentenced on Vancouver Island

Natasha Geraldine Harris, 28, was sentenced to time served and will be released from jail

Female real estate agents warned of suspicious man in Metro Vancouver

The man requests to see homes alone with the female agent, police say

Most Read