Another 1- 0 loss for Cowichan women’s soccer team

For the third week in a row, Cowichan’s senior women’s team had to settle for the same result, falling by a single late goal to Prospect Lake last Saturday.

"Well, it seems we are on the 1-0 loss train," head coach Marilyn Pugh said. "At least this time it wasn’t in the last couple

minutes of the game, I think there were actually 10 left this time."

Cowichan goalie Kerynne Bain kept her team alive with a highlight save on a penalty kick after a handball in the box.

After splitting their first two games of the Lower Island Women’s Soccer Association season, Cowichan is now 1-4, and sits last in Div. 1. The team is hoping for a better result this Sunday when it hosts Lakehill Reds at noon at Evans Park.

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