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Aldergrove On The Ball

Aldergrove Vipers’ Pietro Romegioli heads the ball in U16 soccer action against the Shuswap Selects’ Micah Gunn, July 7 at the B.C. ‘B’ Cup Championships in Aldergrove. The community was abuzz with the very best teenaged soccer players from across the province in competition all weekend. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
Aldergrove Vipers’ Pietro Romegioli heads the ball in U16 soccer action against the Shuswap Selects’ Micah Gunn, July 7 at the B.C. ‘B’ Cup Championships in Aldergrove. The community was abuzz with the very best teenaged soccer players from across the province in competition all weekend.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Aldergrove Vipers’ Pietro Romegioli heads the ball in U16 soccer action against the Shuswap Selects’ Micah Gunn, July 7 at the B.C. ‘B’ Cup Championships in Aldergrove.

The community was abuzz with the very best teenaged soccer players from across the province in competition all weekend.

It was the second time that Aldergrove has hosted a provincial soccer tournament at the newer Aldergrove Athletic Park and the facility once again received rave reviews from the visiting teams.

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