Portage la Prairie's senior women's soccer team, the Portage Blaze, may have to cease operations in the region because of declining player numbers, the team's head coach Bryan Mintenko announced Monday.In the aftermath of the Blaze's 1-0 loss to Flamingos to close out a dismal 2-16 Winnipeg Women's Soccer League Div. 2 campaign — which will see the
The Portage Blaze women's soccer team may be able to avoid relegation to Division 3 of the Winnipeg Women's Soccer League. If they can keeping winning.
The Portage Blaze women’s soccer team is running out of time to string together wins, if they are to remain in Winnipeg Women’s Soccer League Division 2 come next season.
Winnipeg Women’s Soccer League Division 2 Portage Blaze 0, Red Hot Pink Flamingos 3
The primary organizer of the Manitoba Soccer Association (MSA) Soccer Festival held at Republic Park Saturday and Sunday said the event attracted 18 teams and more than 250 players and their families.
Results of Portage area MMSL and WWSL teams.
Results of Portage la Prairie area MMSL and WWSL teams.
A lot has changed since the Portage Fusion men's soccer club last won a game.
It’s been more than 10 years since the Portage Blaze women’s soccer team last won its home tournament: The Central Plains Cup.