Fetsch awarded golden boot

This past weekend in Regina, at the Saskatchewan Soccer Association Player and Team Recognition Awards, Yorkton United Player Nick Fetsch was awarded the U17 Boys Golden Boot Award.

The award is presented for scoring the most goals in the Provincial Soccer League. Teams from all major centers compete in the league.

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Fetsch played with Regina Queen City this past outdoor season.

Some highlights from Nick’s past year:

• April 2018 won U17 Boys WCP cup (representing Canada) in Regina and was the top goal scorer at this age Group

• July 2018 won Outdoor provincials in North Battleford and was once again the top scorer at this Provincial Championship

• October 2018 won High School provincials in North Battleford. Was the leading scorer and the Team Offensive MVP

• March 2019 won U19 Indoor Provincials in Saskatoon and was awarded Tournament MVP

• March 2019 awarded Male Player of the Year Yorkton

• March 2019 was awarded PSL Sask Soccer U17 Boys Golden Boot award at Player recognition awards in Regina

• March 2019 was invited to a National Futsal Camp with the Canadian National Coach in Saskatoon Sask

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