Co-OP Women Reserves Fall to Vancouver

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Vancouver (ISN) – The Peninsula Co-Op Women Reserves went down to defeat 4-3 at the hands of the Vancouver Thunderbirds at UBC Stadium last Saturday in their final game of the 2012 summer season.

Strong performances by all of the Peninsula Co-op Women were not enough to hold off the fast paced attack of the Vancouver Thunderbirds side. The T-Birds came out strong and scored two goals early to put Co-op behind.

Not to be outplayed, the Co-op ladies put together some fantastic passing plays that saw Mariel Solsberg at the top of the box feed Kristen Livingstone with a smooth pass through which Kristen buried in the top left hand corner.

Shortly after The T-birds Scored again to make it 3-1. This seem to spark the Co-op ladies as a Amy Lawrence went up to challenge for a ball with the Vancouver goalie which forced her to drop the ball which was then neatly finished by Katie Kraeutner.

A short while later Co-op were able to tie the game, when Sam Lee placed a perfect cross into the box over all the T-Birds defenders and on to the head of the unmarked Katie Kraeutner for her to tap in her second of the game.

Unfortunately for the Co-op team, the T-Birds managed to score a late one off a great run and cross from the end line to a waiting T-Bird strike for the finish. After the team’s slow start to the game goalie Shelby Walker was able to hold the fort which allowed the Co-op team the opportunity to mount the comeback.

This was the final game for the Peninsula Co-op Reserve team for the summer.

W-League head coach Dave Dew is now in the process of forming the team to play in the upcoming season of the Metro Women’s Soccer League (Vancouver). The first training session for the Peninsula Co-op Highlanders will be August 20th. The team will play away games in Vancouver and home games here in Victoria. Stay tuned for more details as they arise.

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