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Thanksgiving Weekend Success!

We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend! Time to work off that turkey and stuffing!

Here's an update from around the club this past weekend, as we had a few teams competing in tournaments all over the lower mainland and we also had our first annual GU9 Invitational Mini Jamboree! 

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This is U9 Girls Cheetahs, Lightning and Snow Leopards at our first annual invitational mini jamboree played today.

Photo submitted by Julian Carson

The BU9 Hawks coached by Sam Cho and Zac Jacobson, participated in the Wesburn Gobbler tournament in Burnaby this weekend. The boys never gave up and a great time was had by all! Especially Kona, the team mascot!

Photo's submitted by Noelene Ahern

The BU8 Manchester City HP Team participated in their first ever tournament as a team at the Wesburn Gobbler Tournament. They won all 4 games. They played on the U11 size fields and nets.....which didn't seem to stop them. They worked hard, showing their passing and teamwork. They're looking forward to many more games as a team. 

Photo submitted by Misty Troisi

The PMSC BU11 Gold Europro team played in the Wesburn Gobbler Tournament over the weekend. The team played a year up in the U12 Gold division winning 3 games and losing 1. Parents from opposing teams were impressed with the way the team moves the ball and the level of play of our younger team. Players were twice their size but it sure didn't stop this team this weekend. The team is really working hard to prepare to play in the U12 Division in the Tournament of Champions in California in December and are especially enjoying their technical training Thursday nights with Johnny....who is pushing them to the next level.

Our BU17 Gunners took first place at the Richmond Thanksgiving Tournament this weekend! They battled hard and stood up to 3 super tough U18 Silver teams and came out with some hardware!

The GU9 HP AC Selects Rebels at the North Vancouver Tournament. Won 3, lost 0 and tied 1!

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