Ticky Tacka took the co-ed open final. Top row, L-R: Sarah Fuhr, Taylor Stewart, Morag Patterson, Kevin Lewis, Andrew Tranfo, Kelly McQuade. Bottom Row: Mitch Melanson, Ryan Lewis, Adolfo Espina. Photo submitted

Red Dog, Ticky Tacka win indoor soccer tournament

The seven-team event was played out last weekend

Red Dog and Ticky Tacka were crowned the winter champs at Nelson Soccer annual indoor tournament last weekend.

Red Dog took the co-ed rec division with a 7-6 win over Yom Chi Ninjas, while Ticky Tacka downed Deck The Balls 4-2 in the co-ed open final.

Ticky Tacka’s Ryan Lewis also won two tickets to a Vancouver Whitecaps game, which were donated by the team in partnership with Jackson’s Hole.

A total of seven teams took part in the tournament.


Red Dog were the winners of the co-ed rec division. Top row, L-R: Angus Glass, Ben Morris, Ivan Rukavina, Carol Hill, Lyle Hill, Mandy Greenaway. Bottom Row: Brittany and Jack Deuling, Janet and Tim Mushumanski, Sveta Tisma, Marica and Sava Tisma. Photo submitted

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