The Nelson Homegrown ultimate frisbee team (green) took on the Vancouver Sole Survivors in the final of the Disc Break tournament on Sunday afternoon at Lakeside pitch.

Soul Survivors take Nelson ultimate title

The Nelson Disc Break ultimate frisbee tournament title went to Vancouver's Sole Survivors at Lakeside pitch



The Nelson Disc Break ultimate frisbee tournament title went to Vancouver’s Sole Survivors at Lakeside pitch on Sunday afternoon after they defeated the host Homegrowns.

The weekend tournament featured 10 teams from around BC and Alberta. The Sunday final featured the two teams who did not suffer a loss the entire weekend. But in the final, the Vancouver squad proved to be too much for the Homegrowns.

The Nelson Star will feature a full wrap on the tournament later this week.

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