Aldergrove Aftershock's Jenn Kaeter (left) in the final game Sunday against Surrey Beavers at the Barry Bauder Spring Fling Tournament at Aldergrove Athletic Park. Aldergrove beat Surrey in this game 1-0 to win the championship in the women's recreational division.

Aldergrove Soccer’s Spring Tournament delivers good competition

Barry Bauder and Spring Fling Tournament brought 29 senior – some very senior — men's and women's soccer teams to Aldergrove sports fields.

This past weekend the annual Barry Bauder and Spring Fling Tournament brought 29 senior – some very senior — men’s and women’s soccer teams to Aldergrove sports fields.

Running March 28-30 at the Aldergrove Athletic Park, Kinsmen and Parkside soccer fields, there were 15 registered men’s teams in the Over 60s, Over 50s, Over 40s and Open divisions, as well as 14 women’s teams in the Classics Competite, Classics Recreation and Open divisions.

Participating Aldergrove men’s teams included Aldergrove Masters, Aldergrove over 40s, Aldergrove over 60s, Aldergrove over 50s and Aldergrove Allegiance, and Aldergrove women’s teams included the Aldergrove Battle Axes and Aldergrove Ascent.

Visiting teams included Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Surrey, Peace Arch, Fort Langley, Mission, Haney, Vancouver, Coquitlam, North Shore, Poco, and elsewhere.

The tournament delivered good competition in a friendly environment. All FIFA rules applied and tournament games were played with 35-minute halves. A concession and beer garden was also open.

Aldergrove United Soccer Club says, “Thank you to all teams and volunteers who participated in the Barry Bauder Memorial and Spring Fling (men’s and women’s) tournament this weekend (March 29-30). It was another successful tournament and even the weather cooperated for the finals on Sunday afternoon.”

The following are game scores for the seven divisions:

Women’s Finals, Sunday, March 30, 2014:

Elimination Play Game: Vancouver Bombastic FC A (Open Competitive) 2 – Surrey Battle Axes (Open Competitive) 1

Elimination Play Game: Aldergrove Aftershock (Classic Rec) 1 – Surrey Beavers (Classic Rec) 0

Elimination Play Game: Abbotsford United (Open Rec) 1 – Poco Cougars (Open Rec) 0

Women’s Round-Robin Play Games for Sunday, March 30, 2014

Surrey Beavers (Classic Rec) 2 – Aldergrove Aftershock (Classic Rec) 2

Battle Axes (Open Competitive) 7 – Mission Chillies (Open Competitive) 0

Bombastic FC A (Open Competitive) 6 – Langley Cyclones (Open Competitive) 0

United (Open Rec) 3 – Abbotsford Steelers (Open Rec) 1

Aldergrove Avalanche (Open Rec) 0 – Poco Cougars (Open Rec) 2

Rosedale Rockers (Classic Rec) 0 – Benders (Classic Rec) 11

Women’s Round-Robin Play Games for Saturday, March 29, 2014

Bombastic FC A (Open Competitive) 3 – Battle Axes (Open Competitive) 1

Mission Chillies (Open Competitive) 1 – Langley Cyclones (Open Competitive) 1

Surrey Beavers (Classic Rec) 1 – Rosedale Rockers (Classic Rec) 0

North Vancouver Benders (Classic Rec) 2 – Aldergrove Aftershock (Classic Rec) 3

Poco Cougars (Open Rec) 1 – United (Open Rec) 1

Abbotsford Steelers (Open Rec) 0 – Aldergrove Avalanche (Open Rec) 4

Mission Chillies (Open Competitive) 0 – Bombastic FC A (Open Competitive) 6

Langley Cyclones (Open Competitive) 1 – Battle Axes (Open Competitive) 4

Rosedale Rockers (Classic Rec) 0 – Aldergrove Aftershock (Classic Rec) 4

Benders (Classic Rec) 0 – Surrey Beavers (Classic Rec) 1

Aldergrove Avalanche (Open Rec) 1 – United (Open Rec) 1

Poco Cougars (Open Rec) 6 – Abbotsford Steelers (Open Rec) 0

HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Aldergrove Over-60 Team 2 Men’s Colm O’Brien (in green jersey) battles Vancouver Chinese Soccer Club player for the ball at the Barry Bauder Spring Fling Tournament at Kinsmen Park in Aldergrove on Saturday, March 29.

Men’s Saturday, March 29 Round Robin Play Games

NextLevel Rapids (Over 40s) 3 (+2) – Aldergrove United (Over 40s) 1

Eastern Block (Over 40s) 1 – Aldergrove United (Over 40s) 2 (+1)

Ben United Soccer Club (Over 60s) 1 – Aldergrove United 60 (Over 60s) 3 (+2)

First Capital FC (Over 60s) 0 – Canadian Chinese Soccer Society (Over 60s) 0

Chilliwack (Over 50s) 6 (+3) – Aldergrove (Over 50s) 1

Woodys FC (Over 50s) 3 (+2) – Richmond Inter 50 (Over 50s) 1

British Lions (Over 40s) 1 – Aldergrove United (Over 40s) 2 (+1)

Maple Ridge Magnum (Over 40s) 2 (+3) – Aldergrove United over 40’s (Over 40s) 0

Surrey Classics (Over 60s) 4 (+3) – Ben United Soccer Club (Over 60s) 1

Canadian Chinese Soccer Society (Over 60s) 0 – Aldergrove United 60 (Over 60s) 6 (+4)

Woodys FC (Over 50s) 0 – Chilliwack (Over 50s) 0

Richmond Inter 50 (Over 50s) 7 (+3) – Aldergrove (Over 50s) 1

Maple Ridge Magnum (Over 40s) 0 – Next Level Rapids (Over 40s) 5 (+4)

British Lions (Over 40s) 0 – Eastern Block (Over 40s) 2 (+3)

Ben United Soccer Club (Over 60s) 1 (+2) – Canadian Chinese Soccer Society (Over 60s) 0

First Capital FC (Over 60s) 2 – Surrey Classics (Over 60s) 5 (+3)

Men’s Sunday, March 30 Round Robin Play Games

Aldergrove United over 40’s (Over 40s) 2 (+1) – British Lions (Over 40s) 1

Eastern Block (Over 40s) 6 (+4) – NextLevel Rapids (Over 40s) 0

Surrey Classics (Over 60s) 3 (+1) – Canadian Chinese Soccer Society (Over 60s) 2

Aldergrove United 60 (Over 60s) 1 (+2) – First Capital FC (Over 60s) 0

Aldergrove United (Over 40s) 1 – Maple Ridge Magnum (Over 40s) 1

Chilliwack (Over 50s) 3 (+4) – Richmond Inter 50 (Over 50s) 0

Aldergrove (Over 50s) 1 – Woodys FC (Over 50s) 7 (+3)

Men’s Sunday, March 30 Finals

Next Level Rapids (Over 40s) – Eastern Block (Over 40s)

First Capital FC (Over 60s) 0 – Ben United Soccer Club (Over 60s) 5 (+4)

Aldergrove United 60 (Over 60s) 1 – Surrey Classics (Over 60s) 2 (+1)

Woodys FC (Over 50s) 1 (+4) – Chilliwack (Over 50s) 0

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For more information see website: http://www.aldergroveunitedsoccer.com/club-tournament

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