Amelia Harman of Summerland, left, gets involved in a partial shoving match with Excelsiors Hannah Foster in Pinnacles FC Fall Rec League under-13 to 15 action. Excelsior won the match. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Rec action battles hit soccer pitch

Pinnacles FC Fall Recreation League possesses passionate battles

Every Saturday recreational teams from all age groups in Pinnacles Football Club hit the pitch to play.

Kyle Agostinho, left, of Osoyoos tries to stick with Summerland Eagle Everett McKinley in under-13 to 15 action during Pinnacles Football Club Fall Recreation League play Saturday at Kings Park. Osoyoos won the match.
Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

The season began in early September and will wrap up on Oct. 28 with a tournament and celebration. Spectators can catch all the action at Kings Park.

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