The U-14 girls were one of several divisions of Nelson Youth Soccer playing off for gold this Saturday at Lakeside Park.

Close match-ups in the finals for Nelson Youth Soccer

Nelson Youth Soccer Playoffs continued at Lakeside Park pitches Saturday with several close match-ups rounding out their season.



Nelson Youth Soccer Playoffs continued at Lakeside Park pitches Saturday with several close match-ups rounding out their season.

The U-12 girls division saw Save On Foods take on Jackson’s Hole with the latter taking gold in the medal game. It was close until the final minutes of the game and Jackson’s Hole won 4-2.

U-14 girls final was played between CTI Accounting and Sensations Dress Shop. The game went into overtime and Sensations Dress Shop won 4-3.

In boys’ soccer action, the U-12 team had Maglios and Nelson Ford vying for gold. Ford took the honours 4-2.

And it took double overtime and a shoot-out to determine the gold medal winners in the U-14 boys division. Mallards defeated JY Contracting after the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

 

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