A dozen teams for Surrey/North Delta were among the 44 which competed in B.C. Soccer’s Coastal Cup finals played last weekend in Richmond, seven of which emerged as champions.
The Surrey/Guildford United Selects defeated the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Chargers 2-0 in the girls under-14 Coastal A Cup final, and have advanced to play in the provincial championship game against an opponent from the Interior in July. The winner will be B.C.’s representative at the national championships Oct. 7-10 in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland.
Other local teams victorious in their respective finals were:
• Surrey Breakers Elite, 1-0 winners in extra time over Surrey FC Pegasus in the Girls A under-13 group.
• Peace Arch United Rangers in the Boys B under-13 division, defeated the Comox Valley Red Strike 2-1 on penalty kicks.
• Sur-Del Force, which edged the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Galaxy 2-1 on penalty kicks in the Girls B under-14 final.
• North Delta United, champions in the Boys B under-15 category after a 1-0 triumph over the Coquitlam Metro-Ford Hotspurs.
• Guildford AC Vipers, 3-1 victors over Coquitlam Metro-Ford Liverpool in the Boys B under-16 group.
• Surrey FC Revolution, winners of the Girls A under-17 final with a 3-1 decision over Vancouver FC.
• Surrey Breakers Elite, 1-0 winners over the Surrey United Force in the Girls B under-17 category.
• The Surrey United Wild Ones, the Girls B under-18 winners by a 1-0 score over the Dunbar Dynamite.
Other teams to reach the final only to come up just short were:
• The Surrey FC Revolution in the Girls A under-15 group, which lost 1-0 to the Tsawwassen Thunder.
• Semiahmoo Thunder, which lost 3-2 to the Richmond Red Hot Selects in the Girls A under-16 final.