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Langley FC comes up short in semifinals

Meha Bilkhu (right) and her Langley FC teammates came up short, losing 2-1 to the Coquitlam Metro Ford Chargers in Sunday’s B.C. Coastal Cup U14 semifinal game at the Port Moody Turf Field. Bilkhu scored the team’s lone goal in the defeat. - Craig Hodge/Black Press
Meha Bilkhu (right) and her Langley FC teammates came up short, losing 2-1 to the Coquitlam Metro Ford Chargers in Sunday’s B.C. Coastal Cup U14 semifinal game at the Port Moody Turf Field. Bilkhu scored the team’s lone goal in the defeat.
— image credit: Craig Hodge/Black Press
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