Minor soccer celebrates successful season

‘Soccer continues to thrive in Kindersley thanks in large part to some great support,’ said local club president Darin Wildman

President Darin Wildman talks to the under-5 players and parents after they finished playing their games Friday.

Kevin McBain
of The Clarion

Kindersley Minor soccer wrapped up its season last weekend with a fun round of games.

This outdoor season saw 200 boys and girls from under-5 to under-17 participate.

President of Kindersley Soccer Incorporated, Darin Wildman, said that it has been a great season.

Coach Coady Bailey gives out medals to some of the under-7 players who also received a ball, jersey, shorts and socks from Tim Hortons this year.

“It has been a great season,” he said. “I think everyone had a lot of fun. You can also see the level of play is getting better as well, as more coaches get certified and trained, the kids are learning more while having fun.”

Friday, teams in the under-5 and under-7 age division competed in games and left with some great Tim Hortons swag including a jersey, shorts, socks, ball and medal. They also enjoyed hot dogs and a trip to the bouncy castles.

For more on this story, please see the Jun. 20 print edition of The Clarion.


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