LAURIE MILLER (IN white) from Bellissimo defends against Kendra Super from Campbell River's Marine Harvest Bandits in Sunday action. Bellissimo is going to the World Masters Games in Italy in August.

Teams get their kicks at 7-aside tourney

Popular adult co-ed soccer tourney goes well at Valley View fields

he 14th annual CVUSC Adult 7-aside Soccer Tournament was held June 7-9 at Valley View fields in Courtenay.

For the Ladies division, Victoria’s Chicks with Balls defeated the locals Revolution in the final. The Men’s Open was won by Courtenay Imports over Top Notch. Fitness Warriors from Campbell River prevailed over Red Card Heroes in the Co-Ed Open and Mike Oldale beat out Fubard Streakers and Hammertime to win in the Co-Ed Wreck division.

Members from local team Bellissimo and Hammertime will be sending over-50s players to Turin, Italy in the men’s and women’s draw from Canada.

The tournament was hosted by the CVUSC Revolution women’s soccer team. Special events included a concession stand run by youth soccer, barbecue by local adult teams, free door prizes, 50-50, Beat the Keeper and a licensed clubhouse.

 

– Comox Valley United Soccer Club

 

 

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