KSYSA Storms provincials

The Queen City will host the Girls A Provincial Soccer championship this weekend.

The Queen City will host the Girls A Provincial Soccer championship this weekend.

Twenty-four teams of U13, U14, and U15 girls from across the province, including Greater Trail and host Nelson, will take to the pitch at Lakeside Park to vie for the B.C. championship.

The Kootenay South Youth Soccer Storm will field teams in U13 and U14 divisions. Each age division has two pools of four teams that play a round robin to determine Sunday’s playoff seeds.

The U13 Storm’s first game goes at 3 p.m. versus the Terrace Kermodes on Thursday followed by a 2 p.m. match on Friday when they play against the Poco Castilians Jrs from Port Coquitlam, and their final game against Quesnel Saturday at 8 a.m.

The KSYSA Storm’s U14 girls will take on Surrey on Thursday at 11 a.m., Kelowna United FC at 8 a.m. on Friday, and finish up the round robin with a match Saturday at 2 p.m. against host Nelson Selects.

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