In the 2012 year, the club set an archive for players' number in the mini and recreational program, which Club President Korey Avery says bodes well for the future of the club.
"The U4 U6 groups were particularly strong with approximately 170 players per age bracket," said Avery. "In total we fielded over 60 teams from U4U16. The move back to a springfall season from the spring/summer seemed to attract better numbers."
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II teams became reputable powerhouses with Northern Nova team's winning six of the nine Highland Soccer League Divisions. The success continued on in to the provincial tournament, where the club captured four medals, together with a gold medal in the U12 age group. The teams showed continued success through the season with various tournament medal standings during the period of Belstaff Bags Sale
the spring and summer.
"It is incredible to see where some of our teams ended up in regular standings to where they placed in the Highland Soccer League Playoffs and then provincials," said Avery. "For example our U14 Boys finished fourth within the regular standings and then earned gold in playoffs, and our U12 Girls finished third within the regular standings, and then received gold both in the league playoffs, and then provincials."
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goal and initiatives to support our players, coaches and their families," said Avery. "We have a few fun ideas up our (jersey) sleeves to bring some fresh ideas to the region, including hosting some tournaments as well as finding ways to engage our club members within the global game."
Among the successes of the 2012 year were some admirable highlights including: Sixtypercent of the XFC (Tier 1) players being from the county, five former Canada Goose Parka Jacket
Northern Nova United players made the U13 Nova Scotia provincial team, the club participated in the Canada Day parade, held an annual Soccer Day in Canada Jamboree, ran an effective summer soccer camp, held a Euro 2012 Fantasy Soccer" contest and is currently running a successful winter program.
"Our successes are strong and our outlook is excellent!" said Avery. "I'm really looking forward to what 2013 will have in store for the club and for soccer in this area."