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April 30, 2023

Adult Provincial Championships Day 2 Recap

Sunday's action featured 4 Women's Finals at Burnaby Lake West

The 2023 BC Soccer Adult Provincial Championships finals continued on Sunday at Burnaby Lake West. The day started off chilly, but that didn't stop teams from putting on a great show

The day started with the Women's Master B Finals where the Cowichan Cougards faced off against Meralomas United. It was a well paced match, ultimately claimed by Cowichan Cougards with a score of 2-0.

The second game of the day was between Costal FC and Castaways United for the Master's A Cup and a chance to represent British Columbia at the Master's Regional Championship in Saskatoon. It was a close match that saw Castaways United claim the title after winning in kicks from the penalty mark.

In the afternoon, the Women's Open Divisions took the field, with two exciting matches lined up. The first game was between the Lakehill Reds and the North Shore Impact for the chance to claim the Leeta Sokalski Cup. It was a hard-fought battle, with both teams challening the opposition from start to finish. After tying in regular time, North Shore Impact managed to win the dispute of kicks from the penalty mark to secure their victory.

The final match of the day was between the Surrey United and Coquitlam Metro-Ford for the Women's A Cup and a chance to represent British Columbia at the National Championships in Halifax later this year. It was a well contested match, with both teams attempting their best to unluck the opposition. In the end, Surrey United emerged as the Women's A Cup champions with a 1-0 victory.

The final day of the competition brought to a close the 2023 BC Soccer Adult Provincial Championships that ran throughout the month of April. This year's edition brought together the top amateur teams from nine different adult leagues from across the Province. The finals held in Burnaby were a thrilling and enjoyable event for all spectators and players involved. All matches were played with great spirit and enthusiasm, showcasing the best amateur soccer talent in BC.

If you missed any of the action, all matches are available on BC Soccer's YouTube Channel




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