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The Penticton Soccer Club hosted 15 teams for its 36th annual Old Timers Tournament

PENTICTON SOCCER CLUB keeper Tony Sheremeta positions himself while under attack during the PSC's 36th annual Old Timers Tournament at King's Park.

Fifteen teams in three divisions vied for supremacy in the Penticton Soccer Club’s (PSC) 36th annual Old Timers Tournament at King’s Park.

Vancouver’s Castaways won the 35+ mens division, taking home $1,000, as did Kamloops’ Piva Financial Services in the 45+ division. The womens recreation division was won by the Okangan Impact.

PSC president Dale Anderson said overall the tournament was not as large as previous years but was one of the most enjoyable. He added that all the players really seemed satisfied and made several positive comments about the fields and facilities. Anderson said a big thanks for that goes to the Penticton’s parks and rec department.

 

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