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Dynamite golden at LFC Labour Day tournament

The Langley FC U16 Gold soccer team won gold at a Labour Day Soccer Tournament hosted at Willougbhy Community Park. - submitted photo
The Langley FC U16 Gold soccer team won gold at a Labour Day Soccer Tournament hosted at Willougbhy Community Park.
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A 1-0 shootout victory send the Langley FC Dynamite to the gold medal.

They defeated a Metro team from Port Moody in the finals.

The Gold level U16 girls soccer team was playing in the inaugural Langley FC Labour Day soccer tournament at Willoughby Community Park.

The tournament ran Aug. 30 to Sept. 1.

The Langley team consists of Alycia Thompson, Virginia Nikkel, Bethany Jackson, Hallie Urzinger, Hannah Plowman, Jenna Stea, Jordan Hagen, Kylie Poohachoff, Liesl VanWyk, Miranda Parker, Rachel Lamborn, Sandra Wong, Simran Dhaliwal, Taylor Cahill, Taylor Michon and Tripat Sandhu.

The coaches are Jamie Plowman and Mike Lamborn.

James Inglis/Langley Times

LFC Dynamite’s Kylie Poohachoff directs the ball towards the well-defended Coastal FC net during U16 girls action at Willoughby Community Park.

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