Bia Boro (striped shirts) defeated Real Nelson 2-1 in the Men's Masters Championship game this past Sunday.

Nelson City Soccer championships

Three adult leagues battled for championship titles at the Lakeside playing fields this weekend.

Three Nelson City Soccer leagues battled for their championship titles at the Lakeside playing fields this weekend.

In the men’s open league finals on Saturday, team Kootenay Co-Op defeated the Innkeepers 2-0.

On Sunday the men’s masters league saw Bia Boro beat out Real Nelson with a score of 2-1.

The ladies rec league also held their final match Sunday, with Selkirk Eyecare finishing 1-0 ahead of Lily Whites.

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