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OU draws with NU

Oceanside’s  ladies of soccer were in though at Qualicum Beach Rec Fields recently, battling a seasoned Nanaimo United side to a 1-1 draw.

“They’re a very athletic team — very fast,” said Oceanside coach Dan Mahony.

He added they were able to secure the point due to the play of their veteran keeper Pam Richer, who made four spectacular saves in the first half alone.

Sunday marked Oceanside’s third game of the season and puts them at 1-1-1 in the Mid Island Women’s Soccer League (MIWSL).

OU was slated to play on Oct. 16.

 

— James Clarke

 

 

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