Three local teams are in action in the Nova Scotia Soccer League.
The Antigonish Celtics travel to Fall River to take on Central 1 in the U15A girls division at 6:30 p.m.
The Celtics (1-2-1) are eighth in the 10-team division with four points, two points behind Central 2 for seventh, and a point ahead of ninth-place Halifax City; Central 1 (3-1-3) is fourth with 12 points.
It’s the first game of the season between the teams.
Highland FC hosts Halifax Dunbrack in New Glasgow in U15AA girls action at 7:15 p.m.
Highland FC (1-2-3) is fifth in the six-team division with six points, a point behind Valley United for fourth, and five points ahead of last-place Halifax Co.; Halifax Dunbrack (5-1-2) is second with 17 points.
The teams tied their season opener in Bedford in May.
Highland FC visits Halifax Co. in U13AA girls soccer at 7:30 p.m.
Highland FC (1-3-1) is fifth in the six-team division with four points, four points behind Halifax Co. (2-2-2) and Halifax City, who are tied for third, and four points ahead of last-place Cape Breton.
It’s their second game of the season; they played to a scoreless tie in Antigonish in June.