Championship soccer underway in Prince Albert

Andrew Schopp
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Prince Albert is hosting the Soccer 4 Life Senior and Masters Provincial Championship this weekend with matches taking place at Prime Minsters' Park and Kinsmen Field.

This weekend's tournament will feature five masters teams competing for a spot at the 2014 Canadian Soccer Association Western Masters Championship  on Sept. 25-28 in Calgary.

Competing for the masters title are a trio of teams from The Bridge City; Arauco FC, Arsenal MFC and Arsenal along with the host Prince Albert Silver Pikes and Regina's Santos.

The Arsenal team will be gunning for a fourth-straight title

Also taking place in Prince Albert throughout the weekend is the Senior Provincial Championship as the Lloydminster United squad will be looking for a third-straight provincial crown.

Joining United on the pitch in the tournament is Saskatoon's Das Boots along with three clubs representing the Prince Albert Soccer Association; Barca, Brohemians and Mooneys.

On Saturday, the Pikes kicked off the Masters tournament with a 3-0 triumph over Arsenal MFC at Kinsmen Field.

All five teams competing in the masters tournament have been placed in one pool with the top two teams from round-robin play heading to the championship game scheduled for Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Prime Minsters' Park.

Full tournament results will be available on Sunday at and in Monday's edition of The Daily Herald.

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