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Photo: Knockout knocks one in

Kelsey Neil of the Langley FC U16 Knockouts knocks the ball into the net, just past the grasp of North Shore Impact goalkeeper Michaela Steele at Willoughby Community Park on Sunday. The Knockouts won the game 4-1 and improved to 15-2-1, which is good for top spot in the B.C. Coastal Girls’ Soccer League U16 Division standings.  - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Kelsey Neil of the Langley FC U16 Knockouts knocks the ball into the net, just past the grasp of North Shore Impact goalkeeper Michaela Steele at Willoughby Community Park on Sunday. The Knockouts won the game 4-1 and improved to 15-2-1, which is good for top spot in the B.C. Coastal Girls’ Soccer League U16 Division standings.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
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