The Ardrossan Wildfire U10 girls burned through the Slurpee Cup over the weekend (June 2-4).
In their first outdoor soccer tournament, the girls proved why they're the best in the region.
The girls played their first game on Friday against Glenora and took a four goal shutout win.
On Saturday, they played against MUSC, a tier three team from Calgary. Against the odds, the Wildfire tied it one all.
Sunday saw their final game and again, the Wildfire ripped through the match with a 4-0 win.
"These girls worked hard and it showed out there playing against a higher tier, they never gave up and wanted to win," said Jodi Mumford with the team.
The domination in the tournament wasn't much of a surprise, as the girls have earned a 4-0 record in the season so far.

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