Healthy and stealthy Members of the Fruit Ninjas were among nine high school and staff teams that competed in the inaugural Royal Bay Futsal Invitational in Colwood. A combined Royal Bay/Dunsmuir staff team took home the trophy with a convincing 4-1 win over Team International. Futsal is an indoor version of soccer with five-a-side teams. The Fruit Ninjas, comprised mostly of Grade 9 students, finished fourth and took home the team spirit/crowd favourite award. Photo contributed

Colwood team healthy and stealthy

Nine teams competed in the inaugural Royal Bay Invitational Futsal tournament last weekend at the Colwood high school.

A combined Royal Bay/Dunsmuir staff team took home the trophy with a convincing 4-1 win over Team International. Futsal is an indoor version of soccer with five-a-side teams.

The tournament served as a fundraiser for the Ravens’ junior and senior girls soccer teams.

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