NWPL raises game with 2017 Ruffneck Scarves league and POTW scarves

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Ruffneck Scarves is a partner of the Northwest Premier League for a second straight season! This year we have worked with Ruffneck to raise our scarf game just like fans raise their scarves over their heads in honor of their favorite clubs!

The 2017 NWPL League Scarf features all 9 club crests on one side and 3 of the league ‘marks’ on the other side: NWPL crest, word mark and compass alternate mark.

This year the NWPL will award “Player ¬†of the Week” scarves. These sharply designed beauties feature dark grey and neon green with a hexagon pattern.

Ruffneck Scarves worked with NWPL Media Director David Falk on the designs. “We want to explain a bit of who and what we are with strong graphic statements in these scarves,” Falk says. “They are the newer Ruffneck “Summer scarves,” and those allow full resolution photos. We have taken advantage of that in the league scarf with the grass and soccer netting backdrop in high definition along with the club crests.”

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Northwest Premier League kicks off second season April 30th

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BREMERTON, WA—The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) kicks off its second season of play on Sunday April 30, 2017 with four matches. The elite statewide women’s soccer league has changed its format this season to include playoffs and also features a total of 9 clubs with the additions of NCW Alliance in Wenatchee and Washington Timbers in Vancouver, Washington.
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Shadow NWPL tryouts March 25

shadow-sc-500The reigning Northwest Premier League champion Spokane Shadow Women’s First Team Tryout has been scheduled for Saturday, March 25 at the Dwight Merkel Complex.

Players interested in playing for the defending league champions as they head into the second season in the league should register online. The tryouts will be held in the evening at DMC from 6:30 to 8:00 on Field 6. There is a $20 administrative fee.

Head Coach Kevin Moon returns to lead the women’s side in defense of the NWPL crown. Last year’s squad was a successful mix of current and former collegiate players from throughout the area with many of the club’s elite youth players that had regular opportunities to play.

Players can register online at SpokaneSC.org at the following link:

http://www.spokanesoccerclubshadow.org/MensTeam/905450.html