QYSA Jamboree

The Quesnel Youth Soccer Association finished their year off with a Jamboree

  • Jun. 28, 2012 11:00 a.m.

The QYSA finished up their season with a tournament/celebration that the sky blessed with a brilliant, blue.

In the morning the leagues finished up their play, with U9 and 10 mixed and U11 and 12 girls playing.

In the afternoon the jamboree commenced with eight teams of 5-8-year-olds playing pairing off for 15 minute games, then swapping teams.

The jamboree was in good fun. The kids and coaches had big smiles and for a few games the parents jumped in to play with the kids.

With the jamboree, parents watching, medals being given out and older kids practicing in the wings, the field was awash with activity.

After the kids were played out, everyone was ready for lunch and settled down to hotdogs and pop.


Final Standings


U9/10 Mixed

1st: Cariboo Pulp

2nd: Integris

3rd: Q Tax

4th: Cariboo Water

5th: Bliss

6th: Save On Foods


U11/12 Boys

1st: Save On Foods

2nd: USW 1-424

3rd: Canadian Western Mechanical

4th: B&A Autobody


U11/12 Girls

1st: Cariboo Security

2nd: Cariboo Forest Consultants

3rd: McDonald’s


U13/15 Boys

1st: James and Sons

2nd: Crystal Glass

3rd: H&R Block

4th: Contracting BC


U13/15 Girls

1st: Joyful Expressions

2nd: Fox Dairy Farms

3rd: McDonald’s


U16/18 Boys

1st: Save On Foods

2nd: BB Rox

3rd: Century 21


U16/18 Girls

1st: Quesnel Bakery

2nd: Circle S

3rd: Blackwater Environmental

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