The Nelson Selects U14 Boys team took the Kootenay playdown title at Lakeside pitch on Saturday.

Nelson’ U14 Boys off to Prince George

The Nelson Selects U14 Boys booked themselves a trip to the Provincial B Cup in Prince George in July with a pair of solid wins

The Nelson Selects U14 Boys booked themselves a trip to the Provincial B Cup in Prince George in July with a pair of solid wins at the Kootenay playdowns.

The Selects had home pitch advantage on Saturday for their contests with Kootenay South (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland and Fruitvale) and Creston.

In the first match of the day against Kootenay South, Nelson’s Jona Caney scored the only goal of the game to give the Selects that important first victory. but it was enough to

The second match of the day was against Creston and it was for all the marbles as they had also beaten Kootenay South earlier in the day.

Nelson came out firing from the opening whistle and blew away Creston 5-0 thanks to a hat trick by Jaydon Wouters and singles by Caney and Aaron Abrasimoff.  The Selects coaching staff also singled out great support from Marco Falcone, Spencer Pearson, Parker Shaw-Lintz, Rowan Megale and Riley Osachoff.

The Provincial B Cup for boys will take place in Prince George during the first week of July.

 

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