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Langley's Radomski helps Canada qualify

Carley Radomski is in Guatemala with Team Canada as they compete at the CONCACAF  women’s under-17 championships. The tournament runs May 2-13. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Carley Radomski is in Guatemala with Team Canada as they compete at the CONCACAF women’s under-17 championships. The tournament runs May 2-13.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

Canada has qualified for the FIFA U17 women’s World Cup.

The Canadian side, which featured Langley’s Carley Radomski, finished second at the CONCACAF women’s U17 championships in Ciudad de Guatemala.

Canada lost the gold medal match 1-0 to the United States on Saturday.

It was the team’s lone defeat of the championships, as they finished 4-1-0, outscoring their foes 25-2.

The 16-team women’s World Cup runs from Sept. 22 to Oct. 13 in Azerbaijan, a small country north of Iran and south of Russia.

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