Provincial Development Program Players Return From All Stars Championships

British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba/Saskatchewan, Atlantic and Quebec all competed in the All Star Championships and it made for an exciting and entertaining weekend of soccer.

The Provincial Development Program (PDP) players returned from Quebec and Ontario on Sunday where they were competing in the Canadian Soccer Association’s All Stars Championships. The U-15 Girls and U-16 Girls competition was held in Thunder Bay, Ontario while the U-15 and U-16 Boys competition took place in Laval, Quebec.

British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba/Saskatchewan, Atlantic and Quebec all competed in the All Star Championships and it made for an exciting and entertaining weekend of soccer.  Each team played three pool play matches before playing their final match of the competition on Saturday.

“Both the U-15 and U-16 Girls performed well all week long and they showed an incredible amount of intensity and discipline leading up to the Championships as well,” said Markus Reinkens, Program Coach and Manager of Soccer Science. “This event assisted these players in their continued learning curve as high performance players and we couldn’t be happier with the work ethic and focus the girls displayed throughout the week.”

The PDP Boys endured some extremely hot temperatures in Laval, Quebec but, like the Girls, they played some incredible matches and put up some great results. The U-15 Boys finished second to Ontario with the U-16 Boys finishing fourth after losing a close and impressive match against Quebec.

“We were very pleased with the overall application of both groups which endured some very challenging conditions throughout the week” said Michael Findlay, Senior Programs Coach and Director of Soccer Development. “In the extreme heat and humidity the players displayed a very consistent level of performance as it related to delivering on our established game model.”

Both the girls and boys events act as opportunities for the Canadian Soccer Association’s National Youth Teams Staff, MLS clubs such as Vancouver Whitecaps FC and Universities from across North America to scout and evaluate potential talent for future selections.

 “It was extremely encouraging to receive very positive feedback from the attending CSA National Teams staff and other attending scouts as it related to the all the players commitment and performances. It is our hope this translates into a number of these players being recognized within future Canadian National Youth Teams events and other soccer opportunities” continued Findlay

For information about the Canada Soccer Association All Star Championships and for a full list of results please visit All Star Championships.

About BC Soccer

BC Soccer is the provincial sport governing body responsible for the promotion and development of the game in British Columbia. The professional not-for-profit society is committed to developing the game by inspiring British Columbians to lifelong active, inclusive and team play. Its vision is to pursue Canada's foremost integrated soccer development system built upon club, school, varsity and professional team excellence.

BC Soccer is comprised of 150 member Clubs, Districts and Leagues, spanning more than 120,000 registered players, over 2,500 referees, and thousands of coaches and other volunteer administrators and soccer leaders. Working with these member Clubs, Districts and Leagues, BC Soccer will operate under the guiding principles of Professional Leadership, Passionate Service and Progressive Collaboration. In managing its relationships throughout the larger soccer community, BC Soccer will promote the integral soccer values of authenticity, unity and integrity.

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