Women’s soccer club hosts game Sunday

Oceanside Lions to host Marine Harvest in Mid-Island Women's Soccer League matchup at noon Oct. 16 at Qualicum Beach Rec Fields

(Note: A version of this story that appeared in the print edition of the PQB NEWS Oct. 13 incorrectly listed the day for this game as Saturday)

Coming off a 2-1 road win last weekend in Comox, the Oceanside Lions women’s soccer team returns home this weekend to face Marine Harvest in a Mid-Island Women’s Soccer League matchup.

The Lions (1-2-1) kick off at noon Sunday against the Campbell River-based club at the Qualicum Beach Rec Fields. Last weekend, the Lions notched a 2-1 victory over the Comox Valley United Soccer Club’s Revolution for their first win of the year.

— Submitted by MIWSL

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