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MEET THE CHAMPIONS: Surrey Soccer Team Brings Home Gold!

Darpan News Desk, 10 Jul, 2019
  • MEET THE CHAMPIONS: Surrey Soccer Team Brings Home Gold!

Huge win for CCB Lions Boys U-18 soccer team as they take first place at the Les Sinnott Memorial Boys Provincial B Cup Soccer Championships held in Prince George this weekend.

 

In the final match CCB Lions won 2-1 against Victoria’s Prospect Lake/Peninsula team.

 

“I am very proud of our team’s performance, said Coach Tanny Sadra. “There were a lot of excellent teams in the competition however our boys stepped up to the plate and all their training and hard work paid off. “

 

A total of eight U-18 boys teams qualified for the provincial B cup championships. A total of 48 teams from around the province competed in the Les Sinnott Memorial Boys Provincial B Cup.

“I would like to thank the Prince George Youth Soccer Association for hosting the games and for their hospitality, said Head Coach Parmjit S. Sadra.


“The teams win would not have been possible without the support of our parents, CCB Club and B.C. Soccer Association who put in so much time and effort in keeping our kids active in sports”.


Names in photo from left to right:


Top Row: Head Coach Parmjit S. Sadhra, Paris Gill, Jason Sadhra, Mohit Rai, Bilal Azhar, Sukhman Brar, Parm Sangha, Coach Tanny Sadhra, Karam Gill, Manny Atwal, Mohit Jhali, Manager Judy K. Mann,


Bottom Row: Taran Dhatt, Daiya Mann, Tegi Basra, Shaan Dhaliwal, Kabir Kandola, Gurbaj Sidhu, Harman Singh

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