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Fernie United compete

Fernie United soccer players had a blast at the Three Blind Refs Tournament. - Submitted
Fernie United soccer players had a blast at the Three Blind Refs Tournament.
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Three generations of Fernie United soccer players recently attended the Three Blind Refs Tournament.

Parents and grandparents reminisced about being members of the Fernie United Team over the past years while watching the new generations continue to play this beloved sport. With 180 teams entered into the tournament the fields were busy. Six teams (over 85 players) from Fernie competed in the tournament and played with tenacity and enjoyment.

Congratulations to the U10 and U12 boys who placed second in their division!

 

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