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July 17th, 2023

Champions crowned at the Les Sinnott Boys Memorial Cup in Langley, BC.

Competition held from July 13th to July 16th marks the last Youth Provincial Championship of the year

The 2023 BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships concluded with the Boys 'Les Sinnott Boys Memorial Cup' hosted by Langley United Soccer Association. The event took place on July 13th-16th, and included intense competition, bringing together teams from around British Columbia. The teams enjoyed a fantastic atmosphere created around Willoughby Community Park that culminated with a celebration of soccer for the finals. In the end, the following teams were recognized for their performance on the field and for their sportsmanship throughout the tournament:

U13 Boys

  1. Soccer Quest (Champions)
  2. Langley United (Runners-Up)
  3. North Vancouver FC (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Kelowna United

U14 Boys

  1. Saanich Fusion (Champions)
  2. Kamloops Youth SA (Runners-Up)
  3. BC Tigers (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Quesnel Youth Soccer Association

U15 Boys

  1. South Burnaby SC (Champions)
  2. Gorge FC (Runners-Up)
  3. Guilford Athletic Club (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Vernon United

U16 Boys

  1. Abbotsford United (Champions)
  2. Saanich Fusion (Runners-Up)
  3. Kamloops Youth SA (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Kelowna Lions Academy

U17 Boys

  1. Kamloops Youth SA (Champions)
  2. Bays United (Runners-Up)
  3. Langley United (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: PFC Excelsior

U18 Boys

  1. Bays United (Champions)
  2. Vancouver Athletics (Runners-Up)
  3. Langley United (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Bulkley Valley United

Congratulations to all the teams for outstanding BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships performances! The Championships are a culmination of effort, passion and commitment displayed by all participants throughout the year.

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