Pedrosa Cup hits the pitch

Despite the raging FIFA scandal, Greater Trail soccer’s annual Pedrosa Cup is still a go.

Despite the raging FIFA scandal, Greater Trail soccer’s annual Pedrosa Cup is still a go.

Local soccer players from eight different teams will hit the pitch at Tadanac and Upper Mazzochi this weekend for the two-day tournament that is a mix of social fun and competitive gamesmanship.

Games begin on Saturday at 9 a.m. with Rossland United taking on Top Shelf at Tadanac, and Amec playing KCFC at Mazzochi.

The round robin format continues into Sunday with the final going at 3 p.m. at Upper Mazzochi.

The other teams competing include Maglios, Columbia Glass, Steamshovel, and FTFC.

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