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Coquitlam Metro-Ford takes the Gold and Silver at the Canada Soccer Master's Championships

Coquitlam Metro-Ford take home Gold in the Western Masters and Silver in the Regional Women’s Masters  

 

Vancouver BC, September 25 – The Canada Soccer Western Masters and Regional Women’s Masters competitions concluded on Sunday, September 24. In a repeat performance from last years competitions, Coquitlam Metro-Ford, representing British Columbia in the Women’s Masters and in Western Masters (men’s competition), finished on the podium twice with the women’s team taking silver and the men’s team taking home the gold.
 

The 2017 Canada Soccer Western Masters competition saw some of the best over 35 men’s teams from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba compete in a round robin format.  The final match for all of the teams took place on Sunday September 25.  For the overall results and for the results from each of match please visit: Canada Soccer Western Masters
 

The 2017 Canada Soccer Women’s Regional Masters competition saw the top over 30’s women’s teams from British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Manitoba compete in a two group round robin format.  The top teams from each group, the second place from each group and the third place teams from each group all competed on Sunday September 25 for the final matches of the competition.
For a complete, list of teams within each group and for all match results please visit: Canada Soccer Regional Women’s Masters
 

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