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Fighting for the ball in Coquitlam

The North Coquitlam United soccer club took on Port Moody during an under-21 contest at the Dr. Charles Best turf field on Sunday.  - ROBERT MCDONALD PHOTO
The North Coquitlam United soccer club took on Port Moody during an under-21 contest at the Dr. Charles Best turf field on Sunday.
— image credit: ROBERT MCDONALD PHOTO

The North Coquitlam United soccer club took on Port Moody during an under-21 contest at the Dr. Charles Best turf field on Sunday.

 

 

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