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Game On!

Players, coaches and parents are thrilled with the return to a “normal” season of soccer. With Covid and early-summer storms in the rear-view mirror, we have settled into an easy routine of home and away games and endless practice sessions. It’s great to be back.

Game schedules, results and standings are available on-line for OSL (Senior Men), OWSL (Senior Women), TDYSL (U18 Boys) and DRSL (U13-U17) leagues. DRSA-LTTDP (U9 – U12) and ECDSL Festival (U8) schedules are also on-line. Go to the Soccer Links page and follow the link for your league.

A popular feature of our website is the list of games this week which can be found in the right sidebar on your tablet/desktop or at the bottom of the page on mobile devices. Please note this list is unofficial, any late changes will be updated on the league website.

U6 - U8 Program
U6 – U8 Program


Peterborough Festival & Challenge Cup

Boys Challenge
Boys Challenge Tournament – File Photo

The Peterborough Festival & Challenge Cup for Boys wrapped up on Sunday (June 19). We could not have asked for better weather while we enjoyed the enthusiasm of the players and the excitement of the competition as the final stages played out. Congratulations to the winners and runners-up in the six competitive divisions. The organizers sincerely hope that everyone had a good time. We had 60 teams participating in 9 divisions, with a total of 114 games played over the two days.

The Peterborough Festival & Challenge Cup for Girls was played on June 4/5 weekend. Congratulations to the winners and runners-up in the five competitive divisions. We had 41 teams participating in 8 age divisions, with 76 games played over the two days.

Tournament Results (U13 – U18)


Bin Beautification Project

The ugly bin in the corner is no more. No, the large storage container at Eastgate Park hasn’t gone anywhere, but it did get a major face lift recently.

Under the watchful eye of local illustrator and muralist Jason Wilkins, some 20 students from the Integrated Visual Arts Program at Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School designed and painted soccer-themed images and thereby transformed the former eyesore into a stunning work of art that will bring a smile to many faces. PCSA Board member and coach, Leanne McLaughlin, coordinated the project with students and staff from TASS. Funding for the “Bin Project” was provided by Kingdon Timber Mart in Lakefield.

Bin Painting Crew
Bin Painting Crew
More before and after photos (large file)
Bin Project – The Movie (box office hit!)



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