Aldergrove’s T. Vandelft (with ball in white jersey) in action against the Nanaimo team in the U-21 men’s soccer quarter finals

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Aldergrove’s T. Vandelft in action against the Nanaimo team in the U-21 men’s soccer quarter finals, April 27 at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Aldergrove’s T. Vandelft (with ball in white jersey) in action against the Nanaimo team in the U-21 men’s soccer quarter finals, Sunday, April 27 at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Aldergrove lost this game 2-1 in the last minute of overtime.

In related Aldergrove soccer news, the U-17 Girls Ambush team won the Coastal Cup, with the Coastal FC Royal ‘97 losing 3-1 to the Aldergrove Ambush in the U17 Girls C Cup last month.

The Ambush now proceed to the Provincial Championships this month.

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