Pegasus to play for the Provincial Cup

Men's soccer team to play Metro-Ford for a B.C. championship

Pegasus FC will play for a second Provincial Cup tomorrow (Saturday) in Victoria against Vancouver Metro Soccer League rival Metro-Ford Wolves of Coquitlam.

Pegasus edged Pacific United 1-0 last Saturday at Newton Athletic Park to reach the final for the second time in six years. In 2011, Pegasus won the Provincial Cup championship and went on to place second at the national championships. They also won the B.C. championship in 2004 and went on to win a national title, the last team from B.C. to do so.

Javid Khan scored the lone goal for Pegasus in the semifinal against Pacific United, with Reynold Stewart earning an assist. Andy Singh was perfect in goal and got there shutout.

The Provincial Cup final is at 3:30 p.m. at Westhills Stadium.

Pegasus was 16-2-4 (win-tied-lost) in the VMSL Premier Division, one point back of the 16-3-3 Wolves.

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