Nelson City Soccer took to the Lakeside pitch on Sunday for back to back women's and men's matches.

Soccer showdown at Nelson pitch

Nelson City Soccer took to the Lakeside soccer pitch on Sunday for a high energy match up for both men's and women's soccer.



It was an exciting afternoon of soccer at Nelson’s Lakeside Park soccer pitch as men’s and women’s soccer teams faced-off leading up to this weekends semi-finals.

The women took to the fields first with the Red Dogs taking on Selkirk Eyecare.

The Red Dogs took the win in their match with a 2-1 win.

On the other field, the Lily Whites faced-off against the Dirty Dozen.

Despite a strong game, the Lily Whites lost 3-0.

As the women packed up following their games, and watched from the sidelines, the men began their games.

Bia Boro took on Real Nelson with Real Nelson winning 4-2.

Red Dog battled Ted Allen’s for a 2-0 victory.

The semi finals for Nelson City Soccer begin on Sunday with women’s games beginning at 2:30 p.m. the men’s games will follow at 3:45p.m.

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