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Thunder thumps Extreme

Langley Extreme’s Shelby Collis (left) attempts to gain some separation from her Coquitlam Thunder opponent during a women’s Division 3 Cup round robin game on Sunday at Willoughby Community Park. Coquitlam won 5-0. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Langley Extreme’s Shelby Collis (left) attempts to gain some separation from her Coquitlam Thunder opponent during a women’s Division 3 Cup round robin game on Sunday at Willoughby Community Park. Coquitlam won 5-0.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times

After opening round robin Cup play with a victory, the Langley FC Extreme are in must-win mode this weekend.

The women’s Division 3 soccer team saw its round-robin record fall to 1-1 after a 5-0 loss at the hands of the Coquitlam Thunder on Sunday at Willoughby Community Park.

The Cup featured the Lower Mainland’s 40 Division 3 teams playing three games apiece with the top eight moving on to the next round.

The Extreme had opened with a resounding 13-1 victory over the Vancouver Reign last month.

Langley travels to play at Mission United this Sunday in their final game.

Coquitlam leads the group at 2-0 while Langley and Mission are both 1-1 and Vancouver is winless at 0-2.

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