The 60-and-over Sooke senior soccer players

2011 BC Senior Games heat up

Temperatures soared above 30 C in the three cities that took part: Castlegar, Trail and Nelson with various games played in each of those locations. There were several events held from Aug. 16 to 20 that included badminton, bowling, curling, ice hockey, slo-pitch, soccer, tennis, track and field, cycling, darts and even horseshoes.

The 60-and-over Sooke senior soccer players, above, stretch with the rest of their zone 1 team (players from southern Vancouver Island) last Thursday at the B.C. Senior Games in Castlegar. Also in action that day, The 55-and over-Sooke squad won their game against zone 6 (West Kootenay/Boundary) 3-0.Temperatures soared above 30 C in the three cities that took part: Castlegar, Trail and Nelson with various games played in each of those locations. There were several events held from Aug. 16 to 20 that included badminton, bowling, curling, ice hockey, slo-pitch, soccer, tennis, track and field, cycling, darts and even horseshoes.

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