Aldergrove United Men's Premier soccer team. has won the Umbro Premier League Cup.

Aldergrove Premier Men win FVSL Cup

Aldergrove United Men's Premier soccer team. has won the Umbro Premier League Cup for the first time in 30 years

Aldergrove United Men’s Premier soccer team. has won the Umbro Premier League Cup (Fraser Valley Soccer League), and is currently competing for two other cups.

The last time the Aldergrove Men’s Premier team won the league cup was 30 years ago.

The team has had an exceptional season, with 41 points in 16 games. Their nearest competitor in the ten-team Umbro division is Langley United A, which recorded 32 points in 16 games.

Aldergrove United notched 13 wins, with just one loss (0-2) to Langley United A and a pair of ties against the WCFC Selects and PMO Lordco Gunners.

The Aldergrove Premier team is: Romano Bol, Joshua Brown, Nicholas Cantelon, Gavin Deacon, Manveer Dhillon, Josef Duben, Tha Taw Eh, Steve Gaffney, Jordan Hatchwell, Connor Hildebrandt, Nuno Jesus, Jasminder S. Kaler, Mitchell Kuemper, Perry Maghera, Nathanael MeierMax Morgan, Ko Ota, Sunny Pamma, Kyle Redekop, Sam Sinclair, Ben Vandergoes, Brett Weins and Joshua Young.

Carly Stromsten is team manager.

Aldergrove Premier coach Rob Hildebrandt will also be helping coach the FVSL 2017 All Stars team. Aldergrove players on the team include keeper Nuno Jesus, defender Steve Gaffney, mid-fielder Connor Hildebrandt and striker Brett Weins.

The FVSL All Stars will play March 15 against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC2 at the Port Moody turf field, starting at 8 p.m.


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