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Bainbridge Island FC was delighted to host its 9th Island Cup tournament across the fields of Bainbridge Island. Almost 90 teams came to visit Bainbridge for this annual event that takes place on the last weekend of August every year. Ten Bainbridge Island soccer fields were in constant use over an hectic weekend of games from mid-afternoon on Friday all the way into the late afternoon on Sunday.


Seventeen of our Bainbridge Island FC teams participated in this tournament that accommodates boys and girls team aged under 10 through to under 14. Of those teams our club was able to boast nine teams that made their way into Championship Sunday Final games.

Bainbridge Island G10 Blue were champions winning 2-1 against Storm King G09 with goals from Magnolia Reynolds and Kiyoko Cozzatti. After losing a bracket game against Storm King 0-3, BIFC rebounded strongly in the final to turn things around and be crowned Island Cup Champions following the 2-1 win.

Bainbridge island G09 Blue were finalists losing 1-2 to BUFC G09 with the Bainbridge goal being scored by Magda Rufo-Hill. The BIFC girls went ahead early in the contest, but BUFC G09 from Bellevue, WA fought back well to take a 2-1 half time lead. The 2nd half brought no further goals as BIFC were edged out of a close encounter 1-2.

Bainbridge Island G08 Blue were also finalists losing to Wenatchee FC G08 in Shootout. A goal from Taylor Mass took the game to a shootout after a 1-1 tie were the visitors from Central Washington. The G08's rounded out a greatly successful summer having previously won the Starfire Spring Classic and Crossfire Cup.

Bainbridge Island G07 Blue were finalists losing 0-1 to Edmonds FC. Competing in a competitive gold bracket all the teams forged their way in the group stages, but it was Edmonds FC who were to prevail in a close final match up against the host team. Another of our girl's teams having a great season after their previous two tournaments success adding to this 2nd place finish at Island Cup.

Bainbridge Island B09 Blue were crowned champions winning 2-1 against Kitsap Alliance B09. Two goals from Sphiwo Vesseness gave Bainbridge the championship over local rivals from Silverdale, WA. The Bainbridge boys completed the Champion Hat-trick having now won all three of their summer tournaments. A hugely successful summer for coach Alejandro Henao and the team.

Bainbridge Island B08 Blue were deserving gold bracket champions winning against Eastside FC Red in shootout after a 1-1 tie in the game. Sam Patterson made a crucial penalty save in the shootout, and Harper Marshall followed by converting the winning kick. An intense game fell Bainbridge's way as the boys would just not be denied, and beat the opponents from Preston, WA.

Bainbridge Island B08 White were finalists losing 2-3 to Bainbridge Island FC B08 Black a narrow loss for the boys as they met another of our B08 teams in the final. A nip and tuck game brought the White team goals from Morgan Robinson and Odin Olson in this boys under 12 final.

Bainbridge Island B08 Black were champions winning 3-2 against Bainbridge Island FC B08 White. Two goal from Oreddy Lulelo either side of a goal from Owen Glynn gave the BIFC Black team boys the edge in a closely contested final against their club mates on the BIFC B08 White team. Coach Drew Keller and the boys are another BIFC team able to boast a hat-trick of tournament successes this summer.

Bainbridge Island B06 White were champions winning 3-1 against MRFC B06 White. BIFC went down early to Mount Rainier FC, but fought back strongly with goals from Mateo Utne, Laird Farrel and Jameson Bregar to ensure the 3-1 win.

After a dominating performance of three wins in bracket play of 11-3, 1-0 and 4-1 the home team controlled the final on their way to win a deserved Island Cup championship.

Phil Avison, BIFC Technical Director commented "The tournament brings lots of visitors to the island to help our local businesses and partners that we are delighted to offer our mutual support. In addition, our club are grateful to the numerous volunteers who donated their time to help in lots of ways to ensure Island Cup was once again a successful tournament for our club".

Avison added "the successes of our teams comes because of hard work and dedication of our coaching staff and players week in week out, their work ethic and desire to do well representing our club has been pleasing to for all to see, and importantly, done inter-twined with developing and learning the game, and having lots of fun along the way"
 
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