The Yorkton United Football Club’s U-14 boys squad earned a big win Sunday afternoon, beating UCT Regina 8-3. Despite the windy conditions on Sunday, United took advantage of crisp passing to control the game’s pace and possession in their winning effort. With being the superior passing team the YUFC boys imposed their will on the UCT eleven and showed that they were clearly the better side.
YUFC manager Chad Grodzinski was also impressed with his team’s offense, but noted that his club made “A few key mistakes that led to UCT’s goals.” These mistakes were not costly as the U-14’s were in a winning position throughout the duration of the match.
YUFC’s offensive pressing was undoubtedly the key to their success Sunday, allowing key player Scott Poppoff to net four goals in the win.
The YUFC U-14 boys’ next action is on the June 16-17 weekend when they player two games in Regina on Saturday followed up by a home fixture June 17 at the Sacred Heart High School pitch at one p.m. All spectators are welcome.