Coastal FC Supra Take Gold At Classics Regional and Poco Castilians Place Third at Western Masters

Coastal FC Supra go undefeated at Classics Regional Competition

Vancouver BC, September 29, 2014 – It was a successful weekend in Calgary for British Columbia representatives as Coastal FC Supra of the Metro Women’s Soccer League took home gold at the Classics Regional competition while the Poco Castilians of the Vancouver Metro Soccer League finished third in the Western Masters. Coastal FC Supra and the Poco Castilians earned their spot in the Classics Regional and Western Masters by winning their respected BC Soccer Adult Provincial Cups in May.

“What an incredible year both these teams have had and to come away with a first and a third place at the Classics Regional and Western Masters is incredible,” said Rob Brown, BC Soccer Vice President Adult. “Both teams were incredible representatives for British Columbia and on behalf of everyone at BC Soccer I would like to congratulate Coastal FC Supra and the Poco Castilians on an amazing competition and season.”

Coastal FC Supra went undefeated throughout the entire Classics Regional competition.  In their first match against Alberta, Coastal FC Supra took the win 2-1 which they followed up with a 1-0 win over Ontario which put them into the finals.  The finals turned out to be a tough game against a well matched Alberta team but Coastal FC Supra came through with a 1-0 win on penalty kicks to take the gold.

“Calgary greeted us with great weather, beautiful new turf fields and everything in place for a well run competition,” said Mike Evans, Coastal FC Supra Head Coach. The whole weekend was well organized and we couldn't be happier with our performance as our coastal girls battled hard and kept the intensity where it needed to be every game. We came to this tournament with one thing in mind and that was to win Gold.”

The Poco Castilians faced a tough Manitoba team in their first match of the Western Masters and although they played hard the Castilians lost 3-1.  After the loss the Castilians rebounded with a 3-3 tie against Saskatchewan which left all four teams at the Western Masters in contention for the gold going into the final games.  The Poco Castilians played and amazing final match against Alberta but fell just short as Alberta took the win 3-2, leaving Poco Castilians in third place. 

For more information and a complete list of scores and results at the Western Masters and Classics Regional please visit:

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