A Correlieu Clansman winds up to boot the ball in one of their zones games.

Quesnel hosts zones

Correlieu hosted zones last weekend, competing on home turf against teams from around central B.C.

Correlieu hosted zones last weekend, competing on home turf against teams from around central B.C.

The home advantage wasn’t quite enough for the team, who ended up in  third in their zone.

Despite some cold weather, fans still came out to support the Clan.

The Clan took to the field against a strong Williams Lake team for their first game, losing 1-0 at full time.

In their second game, the Clan played against South Peace. This time, the team impressed their hometown fans with a 3-1 win.

Correlieu faced two back-to-back difficult games, facing off against Prince George, losing 2-0 then 1-0.

In their final game of the tournament, Correlieu took on South Peace once again. Correlieu came back from the dual disappointments with a strong 6-0 victory to end the tournament on a bright spot.

 

 

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