Lightning strikes gold - Langley Times

Posted on May 7th, 2013 by BC Soccer

The Langley United Lightning raced out to a 3-0 half-time lead and then hung on for the 3-2 victory.

“We were up 3-0 at half-time, full control of the game,” said Langley coach Tom Radomski.

“And then we just hung on.”

His team was playing CCB (Central City Breakers) United in the women’s U21 B.C. Soccer Adult Provincial Cup finals over the weekend in Langford.

Isabella Lord opened the scoring for Langley on a penalty kick and Sydney Gobin and Sydney Raison gave them a three-goal advantage.

And just when it seemed Langley was going to cruise to victory, CCB battled back, scoring two unanswered goals.

Gobin earned the game’s most valuable player award.

The win caps off an extremely successful season for the squad, which was playing at the U21 level for the first time.

Back in March, the team won the Metro Women’s Soccer League U21 Gold Division title. They had finished second in the regular season with a record of 9-3-2, scoring 43 goals and surrendering just 10 in the 14 games.

Radomski has coached many of the players at one point or another since they were six years old as they progressed through the Langley FC ranks.

Last season, he was an assistant as the team played in the new High Performance League with the Magnusson Ford Mariners.

But the players decided to leave the HPL and joined the MWSL under the Langley United banner.


The Surrey United women’s Premier team, which features a large Langley contingent, won their 10th straight provincial title with a 1-0 win over North Shore GSC Renegades on Saturday in Langford.

The game’s lone goal was scored by Chelsey Hannesson in the first half.

With the win, the team qualifies for the Canadian club national championships in Halifax this October.

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