Six Richmond teams advance to Elite Eight

B.C. Soccer's Coastal Cup Championships underway

Six Richmond teams will see quarter-final action this weekend as B.C. Soccer’s 52nd annual Coastal Cup Cup Championships are underway.
The play downs continue over the next two weekends, leading up to the finals slated for May 2-3 in Aldergrove.
Here is a rundown of the round of 16 results:
Coastal A Cup Boys
U13

Surrey FC Pegasus 3    Richmond United 1
U14
Richmond United 3    Coquitlam MF Athletico 1
quarter-final game: at Saanich Fusion
U15
Richmond United 3    Vancouver FC 2
quarter-final game: vs. Fraser Valley, April 18 1 p.m. Hugh Boyd
U16
quarter-final game: Richmond United vs. North Van Selects April 18 1 p.m. Hugh Boyd
U18
Richmond ’97 United 6    Delta ’98 Selects 0
quarter-final game: vs, Coquitlam MF Albion April 19 11 a.m. Hugh Boyd
Vancouver ’97 Fusion 2    Richmond ’98 United 1
Girls
U13

West Coast FC 2    Richmond FC 1
U14
Richmond FC 3    CCB Breakers 0
quarter-final game: at Port Coquitlam Castillians
U15
North Shore Renegades 3    Richmond Nitro 0

Coastal B Cup Boys
U13

CCB United 3    Richmond Rangers 1
U14
CCB Lions 2    Richmond Wolves 1
U15
N. Coquitlam Strikers 6    Richmond Gunners 0
U16
Surrey FC Liverpool 2    Richmond Dragons 1
U17
North Van Fury 5    Richmond Athletics 1
U18
Coastal FC Royal 6    Richmond Gunners 0

Girls
U13

Cliff Ave 5    Richmond Nemesis 0
U14
Surrey Infinity 2    Richmond Selects 1
U15
Marpole Phoenix 6    Richmond Synergy 1
U16
Richmond Predators 2    Coastal Royal 1
quarter-final April 19 at Coquitlam MF TNT
U17
Langley Wolves 2    Richmond Ravens 0
U18
Ladner Vipers 8    Richmond United 0

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