Kwakiutl squared off against Henderson Memorial in the Men's Final of the Tsakis FC Seven Aside Soccer Tournament.

Tsakis Seven Aside soccer tournament

The Tsakis Football Club held a seven aside soccer tournament in Port Hardy during Filomi Days.

The Tsakis Football Club held a seven aside soccer tournament in Port Hardy during Filomi Days weekend, July 16-18, with teams from all over the North Island coming out to represent their communities, ranging in ages from 8U all the way to the women and men’s divisions.

Results for the tournament are as follows:

8U: Kwakiutl defeated Kawatsi and Tsakis to win first place. 10U: Kingcome Inlet Warriors defeated the Orange Peels to win first place.

12U: Storm #2 defeated Tsakis to win first place. Womens: Team Believe defeated Port McNeill in a thrilling shootout to win first place.

Mens: Henderson Memorial defeated Kwakiutl to win first place.

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