Soccer fans cheering on their Aldergrove United over 50s team. Pictured here on the right is Dawne Marie Stappler

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Soccer fans cheering on their Aldergrove United over 50s team.

Soccer fans are cheering on their Aldergrove United over 50s team and other teams now that local pitches have returned to scheduled play with the melting of the snowfalls in recent weeks.

Aldergrove United have a Over 40s, 50s, 55s and 60s men’s teams and also several Classic women’s teams.

However, with predictions of more snow starting Friday, the soccer pitches may be closed for play again in the coming week.

Pictured here on the right is Dawne Marie Stappler, who plays with the Aldergrove United’s Aftershock in the Classics division, and Karen Littlejohn who plays with the Fort Islanders team.

On the left is Graham Littlejohn, who is returning the favour of his parents cheering him on in many games with Aldergrove Youth Soccer, as his father, Andy Littlejohn, plays for the Over 50s team.

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