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10 Jun 2018
Heading to the finals in Virginia!
Great Lakes Beach Soccer and Maryzilians, finalists of the US Open, whereas Shoreline BSC and MD BSC will clash in the Women's Open final!
Great Lakes Beach Soccer got to the final following a big win over RWB, one of the best-looking teams in the competition. The West Michigan-based side upset the Florida guys, with most of the US National Beach Soccer team in their ranks, thanks to their prolific attack, lead by Bahamas star Lesley St Fleur.
In the other semi-final, Maryzilians, with Salvadoran stars Frank Velásquez and Tin Ruiz, beat local favourites HRSC Elite to access the tournament’s decider.
In the Women’s top division, Shoreline BSC will take on MD BSC in search for silverware.
With England’s stars Sarah Kempson and Katie James, together with experienced Dutch goalkeeper Annelies Martijn, California based Shoreline BSC will try to stay in the perfect shape they have been showing in the competition to grasp the cup.
For complete results, standings and schedules, please click here.