FSJWSL tournament raises carload of food for Women’s Resource Society

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Womens Soccer League held their first indoor tournament of the season over the weekend.

A total of 12 teams were in competition: seven in the recreational pool, and five in the competitive pool. On the recreational side, it was Fort Motors taking the win over Highmark by the score of 2-1. After winning, Fort Motors donated their prize money back to the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society.

On the competitive side, KBRD Mean Green ended up in 1st spot ahead of Team D&D. While KBRD won the final game of the tournament 3-0, D&D had only lost that final game so far in the double-elimination tourney, the top two teams elected to split the prize money instead of playing another game.

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During the tournament, the teams collected food donations for the Women’s Resource Centre, in addition to a raffle and 50/50 draw. The food drive was organized by recreational team Shattered Wings, who managed to raise a carload of food along with $541.44 cash.

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