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Port MoodyGunners remain undefeated in FVSL

The Port Moody Gunners (red) remain undefeated after a 2-2 tie game against North Coquitlam United at Dr. Charles Best secondary on Saturday night. The two Tri-City clubs will play a rematch on Feb. 2.   - ELAINE FLEURY PHOTO
The Port Moody Gunners (red) remain undefeated after a 2-2 tie game against North Coquitlam United at Dr. Charles Best secondary on Saturday night. The two Tri-City clubs will play a rematch on Feb. 2.
— image credit: ELAINE FLEURY PHOTO

The Port Moody Gunners managed to keep their undefeated streak alive following a 2-2 tie against the North Coquitlam United at Dr. Charles Best secondary field on Saturday.

The Gunners are currently at the top of the Fraser Valley Soccer League’s under-21 division with a 14-0-3 record and are the highest scoring club with 63 goals.

North Coquitlam, meanwhile, is in second place with a 9-3-3 record and has some of the best defenders in the FVSL, allowing a league best 18 goals against.

Port Moody is expected to take on third place Langley FC next weekend at Port Moody Town Centre while North Coquitlam will play last place Aldergrove United on the road. The two Tri-City clubs will meet for a rematch on Feb. 2 at Port Moody Town Centre field at 4 p.m.

 

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