Men's Masters League playoffs continued Sunday with wins by Bia Boro (pictured above in striped shirts) and the Real Nelsons (pictured left in white shirts). The two teams play each other in the playoff finals next Sunday.

Nelson City Soccer teams battle for spot in finals

Bia Boro will move onto the final round of Men's Masters League playoffs after defeating the Real Nelsons 6-5 on Sunday.

Bia Boro (top photo in striped shirts) will move onto the final round of Men’s Masters League playoffs after defeating the Club Inter 6-5 on Sunday. Jackson’s Hole (pictured below in dark shirts) was also knocked out of competition by the Real Nelson after a 1-0 win. The final match of the season, between the Bia Boro and the Real Nelson goes Sunday, October 6 at 3:45 p.m. at the Lakeside soccer fields.

In other Nelson City Soccer action over the weekend, the four remaining Men’s Open League teams battled it out on Saturday. The Innkeepers shutout the U17 Nelson Selects 3-0, and the Kootenay Co-op beat Old Dogs FC 6-0. The final playoff game between the Innkeepers and Kootenay Co-op is Saturday, October 5 at 3:45 p.m.

In the Ladies Rec League, the Lily Whites defeated Red Dog 3-1 and Selkirk Eyecare won their game against the Fire Balls 4-1. The Lily Whites will challenge Selkirk Eyecare on Sunday, October 6 at 2:15 p.m.

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