Youth practicing their first laps with the soccer ball at last Thursday’s spring soccer practice.

Spring soccer ramps up for next season

Registration and training for spring soccer has begun in Sooke.

Spring soccer kicked off its second season last Thursday with over 130  youth participating.

With the help of some great coaches and the U14 girls coaching the U 4-6 age group, the kids got right into kicking it up in small sided games.

We have four teams per age group and our young refs are in place to keep the ball rolling.  Thanks to all that helped out and will continue to do so to keep things running smoothly for the next two months.

Registration for next season will be available during spring soccer…Thursdays from 6-8 p.m.

You can also register online via our website www.sookesoccer.com.

Laura Lockhart

VP SSC

 

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