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VMSL Masters Premier Results/Discussion/Rankings etc. 2023-2024

Sir M

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We are now well into the 2023-2024 VMSL Masters Premier season. Port Moody are defending league champs, while Inter are BC champs. Norvan was relegated after their last place finish last season, and Div 1 Champs Gastown Astros have been legitimately promoted. The table is rounded out by former relegates Romania, who folded last year in Division 1, but have raised a few unibrows by managing to land up in Premier somehow. Below are the current standings, and a brief breakdown of the teams, as follows:

1. West Van FC M: 16 points; 6 games played. The West Van side has had a comprehensive injection of younger players from the Open Premier team all over the park.

2. Columbus FC M-A: 16 points; 8 games played. Columbus survived a huge sanction last year, which resulted in them folding their tent in the Open Division and going to the Fraser Valley, rumour has it. They are scoring lots of goals against the weaker sides. Sometimes suspect at the back.

3. Port Moody SC M-A Rangers: 13 points; 6 games played. The defending champions have had a sluggish start, losing as many games this year as all last season. This high-pedigree side should be right there at the end, though.

4. Inter EDC M: 12 points; 5 games played. The BC Champs continue to benefit from having the merge with Inter finally bringing some quality to the club. Much like Chilean cuisine, this is a side with a good chance of repeating.

5. SFC Pegasus M TU: 12 points; 8 games played. A strong force in this division since joining a few years ago, this Surrey powerhouse is starting to show a bit of age, resulting in the .500 record thus far. This is not characteristic of this club, however, and staff are predicting a strong second half.

6. Westside FC M-A: 10 points; 7 games played. And speaking of advanced age, staff have learned Westside has fielded at least one well-over 50 player this season on a regular basis. Not quite as old as Westside stalwart Dancing Bear though, who is still crushing it on a Nova Scotia champion side in the O35 fisherman's league at a very advanced age, staff report.

7. PCOV FC M-A: 10 points; 8 games played. Another long-established club has a history of slow starts and finishing very well. An infusion of a few new players this year leads staff to predict that this team should make the BCs.

8. Romania FC M-A: 7 points; 7 games played. This team has mysteriously re-appeared in the Masters Premier division. They have already won two games, more than their relegation season- albeit one of them against struggling Gastown.

9. Shaheen FC M-A: 4 points; 6 games played. Shaheen is a team well ahead of its time: these guys were showering in their underwear years before the whole gender-neutral washroom phenomenon.

10. Gastown Astro FC M: 1 point; 8 games played. The runaway Div 1 Champs are getting a welcome to the Premier Division greeting at a level not seen since the old VUFC M days. The good news is, they are getting more competitive of late, not getting as badly thrashed, and are a team that hangs in there.

Good luck to all teams.
 

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2. Columbus FC M-A: 16 points; 8 games played. Columbus survived a huge sanction last year, which resulted in them folding their tent in the Open Division and going to the Fraser Valley, rumour has it. They are scoring lots of goals against the weaker sides. Sometimes suspect at the back.

Fake news. "Columbus" in FVSL are just a front for SFU who will send all their non graduating players there once varisty season finishes.

Also curious who the "inter" players are moving to EDC o35? My observations are that any inter stalwarts, who's last names are not Marello, are actually reluctant to stay for O35 and joining Columbus masters instead.
 

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We are now well into the 2023-2024 VMSL Masters Premier season. Port Moody are defending league champs, while Inter are BC champs. Norvan was relegated after their last place finish last season, and Div 1 Champs Gastown Astros have been legitimately promoted. The table is rounded out by former relegates Romania, who folded last year in Division 1, but have raised a few unibrows by managing to land up in Premier somehow. Below are the current standings, and a brief breakdown of the teams, as follows:

1. West Van FC M: 16 points; 6 games played. The West Van side has had a comprehensive injection of younger players from the Open Premier team all over the park.

2. Columbus FC M-A: 16 points; 8 games played. Columbus survived a huge sanction last year, which resulted in them folding their tent in the Open Division and going to the Fraser Valley, rumour has it. They are scoring lots of goals against the weaker sides. Sometimes suspect at the back.

3. Port Moody SC M-A Rangers: 13 points; 6 games played. The defending champions have had a sluggish start, losing as many games this year as all last season. This high-pedigree side should be right there at the end, though.

4. Inter EDC M: 12 points; 5 games played. The BC Champs continue to benefit from having the merge with Inter finally bringing some quality to the club. Much like Chilean cuisine, this is a side with a good chance of repeating.

5. SFC Pegasus M TU: 12 points; 8 games played. A strong force in this division since joining a few years ago, this Surrey powerhouse is starting to show a bit of age, resulting in the .500 record thus far. This is not characteristic of this club, however, and staff are predicting a strong second half.

6. Westside FC M-A: 10 points; 7 games played. And speaking of advanced age, staff have learned Westside has fielded at least one well-over 50 player this season on a regular basis. Not quite as old as Westside stalwart Dancing Bear though, who is still crushing it on a Nova Scotia champion side in the O35 fisherman's league at a very advanced age, staff report.

7. PCOV FC M-A: 10 points; 8 games played. Another long-established club has a history of slow starts and finishing very well. An infusion of a few new players this year leads staff to predict that this team should make the BCs.

8. Romania FC M-A: 7 points; 7 games played. This team has mysteriously re-appeared in the Masters Premier division. They have already won two games, more than their relegation season- albeit one of them against struggling Gastown.

9. Shaheen FC M-A: 4 points; 6 games played. Shaheen is a team well ahead of its time: these guys were showering in their underwear years before the whole gender-neutral washroom phenomenon.

10. Gastown Astro FC M: 1 point; 8 games played. The runaway Div 1 Champs are getting a welcome to the Premier Division greeting at a level not seen since the old VUFC M days. The good news is, they are getting more competitive of late, not getting as badly thrashed, and are a team that hangs in there.

Good luck to all teams.
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We are now well into the 2023-2024 VMSL Masters Premier season. Port Moody are defending league champs, while Inter are BC champs. Norvan was relegated after their last place finish last season, and Div 1 Champs Gastown Astros have been legitimately promoted. The table is rounded out by former relegates Romania, who folded last year in Division 1, but have raised a few unibrows by managing to land up in Premier somehow. Below are the current standings, and a brief breakdown of the teams, as follows:

1. West Van FC M: 16 points; 6 games played. The West Van side has had a comprehensive injection of younger players from the Open Premier team all over the park.

2. Columbus FC M-A: 16 points; 8 games played. Columbus survived a huge sanction last year, which resulted in them folding their tent in the Open Division and going to the Fraser Valley, rumour has it. They are scoring lots of goals against the weaker sides. Sometimes suspect at the back.

3. Port Moody SC M-A Rangers: 13 points; 6 games played. The defending champions have had a sluggish start, losing as many games this year as all last season. This high-pedigree side should be right there at the end, though.

4. Inter EDC M: 12 points; 5 games played. The BC Champs continue to benefit from having the merge with Inter finally bringing some quality to the club. Much like Chilean cuisine, this is a side with a good chance of repeating.

5. SFC Pegasus M TU: 12 points; 8 games played. A strong force in this division since joining a few years ago, this Surrey powerhouse is starting to show a bit of age, resulting in the .500 record thus far. This is not characteristic of this club, however, and staff are predicting a strong second half.

6. Westside FC M-A: 10 points; 7 games played. And speaking of advanced age, staff have learned Westside has fielded at least one well-over 50 player this season on a regular basis. Not quite as old as Westside stalwart Dancing Bear though, who is still crushing it on a Nova Scotia champion side in the O35 fisherman's league at a very advanced age, staff report.

7. PCOV FC M-A: 10 points; 8 games played. Another long-established club has a history of slow starts and finishing very well. An infusion of a few new players this year leads staff to predict that this team should make the BCs.

8. Romania FC M-A: 7 points; 7 games played. This team has mysteriously re-appeared in the Masters Premier division. They have already won two games, more than their relegation season- albeit one of them against struggling Gastown.

9. Shaheen FC M-A: 4 points; 6 games played. Shaheen is a team well ahead of its time: these guys were showering in their underwear years before the whole gender-neutral washroom phenomenon.

10. Gastown Astro FC M: 1 point; 8 games played. The runaway Div 1 Champs are getting a welcome to the Premier Division greeting at a level not seen since the old VUFC M days. The good news is, they are getting more competitive of late, not getting as badly thrashed, and are a team that hangs in there.

Good luck to all teams.
Actually, Inter EDC is also
We are now well into the 2023-2024 VMSL Masters Premier season. Port Moody are defending league champs, while Inter are BC champs. Norvan was relegated after their last place finish last season, and Div 1 Champs Gastown Astros have been legitimately promoted. The table is rounded out by former relegates Romania, who folded last year in Division 1, but have raised a few unibrows by managing to land up in Premier somehow. Below are the current standings, and a brief breakdown of the teams, as follows:

1. West Van FC M: 16 points; 6 games played. The West Van side has had a comprehensive injection of younger players from the Open Premier team all over the park.

2. Columbus FC M-A: 16 points; 8 games played. Columbus survived a huge sanction last year, which resulted in them folding their tent in the Open Division and going to the Fraser Valley, rumour has it. They are scoring lots of goals against the weaker sides. Sometimes suspect at the back.

3. Port Moody SC M-A Rangers: 13 points; 6 games played. The defending champions have had a sluggish start, losing as many games this year as all last season. This high-pedigree side should be right there at the end, though.

4. Inter EDC M: 12 points; 5 games played. The BC Champs continue to benefit from having the merge with Inter finally bringing some quality to the club. Much like Chilean cuisine, this is a side with a good chance of repeating.

5. SFC Pegasus M TU: 12 points; 8 games played. A strong force in this division since joining a few years ago, this Surrey powerhouse is starting to show a bit of age, resulting in the .500 record thus far. This is not characteristic of this club, however, and staff are predicting a strong second half.

6. Westside FC M-A: 10 points; 7 games played. And speaking of advanced age, staff have learned Westside has fielded at least one well-over 50 player this season on a regular basis. Not quite as old as Westside stalwart Dancing Bear though, who is still crushing it on a Nova Scotia champion side in the O35 fisherman's league at a very advanced age, staff report.

7. PCOV FC M-A: 10 points; 8 games played. Another long-established club has a history of slow starts and finishing very well. An infusion of a few new players this year leads staff to predict that this team should make the BCs.

8. Romania FC M-A: 7 points; 7 games played. This team has mysteriously re-appeared in the Masters Premier division. They have already won two games, more than their relegation season- albeit one of them against struggling Gastown.

9. Shaheen FC M-A: 4 points; 6 games played. Shaheen is a team well ahead of its time: these guys were showering in their underwear years before the whole gender-neutral washroom phenomenon.

10. Gastown Astro FC M: 1 point; 8 games played. The runaway Div 1 Champs are getting a welcome to the Premier Division greeting at a level not seen since the old VUFC M days. The good news is, they are getting more competitive of late, not getting as badly thrashed, and are a team that hangs in there.

Good luck to all teams.
Actually, InterEDC is also the defending league champs, they played Port Moody in a "playoff" game for first place as both teams were tied in points and won that game 1-0:

2022-23 VMSL Divisional Champions​

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

  • BB5 United CCB (repeat) – Premier Division Champions
  • VUFC Snipers A – Division 1 Champions
  • VUFC Snipers U21 – Under 21 Division Champions
  • Siaron A – Division 2A Champions
  • Bingers Army A – Division 2B Champions
  • West Coast Celts – Division 3A Champions
  • SFC Temple A – Division 3B Champions
  • Vancouver Greencaps B – Division 3C Champions
  • Metropolitan FC C – Division 4 Champions
  • Inter EDC M – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
  • Gastown Astro FC M – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • FK Nikola Tesla M-A – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • Shaheen FC M-B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • Westside FC M-B – Over 45 Division 1 Champions
  • Bombastic FC Jurassic – Over 45 Division 2 Champions
 

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Fake news. "Columbus" in FVSL are just a front for SFU who will send all their non graduating players there once varisty season finishes.

Also curious who the "inter" players are moving to EDC o35? My observations are that any inter stalwarts, who's last names are not Marello, are actually reluctant to stay for O35 and joining Columbus masters instead.
Dezza, you are correct, 3 or 4 of the inter prem players joined columbus while the Marrellos are with the InterEDC masters.
 

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pay up george wendt GIF
 

Sir M

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We are now well into the 2023-2024 VMSL Masters Premier season. Port Moody are defending league champs, while Inter are BC champs. Norvan was relegated after their last place finish last season, and Div 1 Champs Gastown Astros have been legitimately promoted. The table is rounded out by former relegates Romania, who folded last year in Division 1, but have raised a few unibrows by managing to land up in Premier somehow.

Good luck to all teams.
As the season rounds out -one game left- the standings are as follows:

1. West Van FC M: 46 points. West Van are league champs going away with an undefeated season in league play.

2. Columbus FC M-A: 40 points. Columbus had a much better year this year and continued to score lots of goals against the weaker sides. They should be strong in the BCs, especially if they don't have to travel, which is ironic.

3. Inter EDC M: 38 points. The defending champions were unable to defend their league title, and to add insult, lost to Westside in the league cup final this weekend. They have one game left against Pegasus, and with a win could at least move into second place.

4. Westside FC M-A: 26 points. We get into a bit of a logjam at this part of the table, but enough about Rangerforever's digestive problems. Westside had a great cup run, defeating favoured Columbus and Inter in the process. They could drop down one spot into 5th if Peg beats Inter. They should be seeded in the BCs though.

5. Port Moody SC M-A Rangers: 25 points. Port Moody, used to kicking the shite out of FVSL sides, had a disappointing year this year. They should make the BCs though, and they cannot be counted out of that tournament.

6. SFC Pegasus M TU: 24 points. Another side who had a disappointing year so far. They can move up to 4th place though with a win in their final match this Wednesday.

7. Romania FC M-A: 21 points. This team had a break-out season this year. But a diet change a a bit of Clearasil helped clear things up and Romania had a very good season, narrowly missing BCs qualification.

8. Shaheen FC M-A: 19 points. Shaheen is another team that greatly improved this year. They can compete with most teams on any given night, and are clear of the relegation zone.

9. PCOV FC M-A: 10 points. PCOV dropped like RF's log jam after a dose of Metamucil. A recent BC champ and a VMSL Premier Division original member who have been in the Premier Div for some 25 plus years, are in danger of relegation this year. They need to get someone on the VMSL Board of Directors.

10. Gastown Astro FC M: 7 points. The runaway Div 1 Champs are heading back to Div 1 after a welcome to the Premier Division greeting. The good news is they won two games this year, tied one, and were competitive in many others. Much like RF's plate of fries last night, this side should be back up soon, staff predict.
 

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Should probably insert Sumy in the rankings around 7th spot. Their performance in D1 this season was light years beyond Astro in 2022/23. They also gave WV a scare in cup, taking them to pks. I expect they'll be a competitive side in premier next season.
 

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