Players battle for the ball during Sooke Soccer Club's Kick off Jamboree

Sooke Soccer Club kicks off season

Kick Off Jamboree held last Thursday at Fred Milne Park.

The Sooke Soccer Club began its 2015-16 season with the annual Kick Off Jamboree last Thursday at Fred Milne Park.

More than 75 players took part in fun event which included ball obstacles, drills and scrimmages.

Player registration was also held.

“It’s the kick-off to the season,” said Jen Petrie, the club’s secretary. “It’s a way the kids can come out, play some soccer and have fun.”

The club’s regular season begins Saturday (Sept. 12) when the gold teams take to the field. On Sept. 19, silver and bronze teams test their soccer prowess.

There is still time to register for the upcoming season. Please go online to sookesoccer.com for more information.

 

 

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