Key women’s Div. 1 soccer match on tap for Juan de Fuca

Club travels up Island Sunday to take on unbeaten Nanaimo United

The Juan de Fuca Div. 1 women are looking to extend their unbeaten streak to five games when they visit undefeated Nanaimo United in Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association play Sunday.

The West Shore squad scored a narrow 1-0 victory over the SFFC United last weekend that moved them into fourth spot in the standings. Their 4-2-2 record left them two points back of third-place Vic West, who play Lakehill Reds tonight (Nov. 20).

Meanwhile, the Div. 2 leading JdF women (6-0-0) travel to Peninsula for a Sunday match, while the club’s Div. 3 team (1-4-1) travels to meet Bays United the same day.

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