The U15 Boys were one of four Upper Island Riptide teams to capture a Vancouver Island Premier League championship.

Upper Island Riptide teams win four of eight VIPL championships

Teams are now focussing on league playdowns, which start Feb. 14-15




Vancouver Island Premier League regular season play wrapped up this past weekend with Upper Island Soccer Association’s Riptide on top in four of eight divisions.

They won the U14, U15, U16 Girls and the U15 Boys.  Going into the weekend both the U15 and U16 Girls secured first on the backs of a very strong seasons.  The U14 Girls and U15 Boys needed to win their last game.

In an exciting game against Cowichan, scoring late the U14 Girls went on to a 3-0 win to overtake Saanich Fusion FC to win the league by two points.

A convincing 5-0 win over Cowichan from the U15 Boys secured their lead to win the league by three points over Gorge/Lakehill.

The teams now turn their focus to league playdowns which start Feb. 14-15. Game times and locations can be found at

– Upper Island Soccer Association Riptide



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