COMOX VALLEY UNITED hosts a Provincial Cup soccer playoff match this Sunday at Mark Isfeld.

Provincial Cup soccer playoff Sunday

Comox Valley United hosts South Burnaby at 2 p.m. at Mark Isfeld field

 

 

 

After winning Division 3B of  the Vancouver Island Soccer League and receiving a silver in the Challenge Cup, the winning performance has earned the Comox Valley men’s United squad a berth and their first match of the Provincial Cup playoffs at home this weekend.

They take on the Fighting Irish of South Burnaby at Mark Isfeld on Sunday, April 12 at 2 p.m.

“It will be a true test against an opponent we haven’t seen before. Our preparation will not change for this team,” says player-coach Carey Cordecedo. “Being at home helps if we get the crowd support we have seen lately.”

It will be United’s first appearance in the provincials in over 10 years.

 

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