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Comets Advance to Playoffs
Face Toronto on Saturday in Central Conference Semifinals

Laval Cometes News Release - www.lavalcometes.com

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

LAVAL, QC
- After finishing third in the Central Conference during the regular season with a 6-3-3 record, the Laval Comets are headed to the Central Conference Championships this weekend in Quebec City. The Comets will face the #4 seed Toronto Lady Lynx (6-5-1) in the second semifinal this Saturday, July 21, at 4 p.m. ET, at Collège François-Xavier Garneau. During the regular season, these two opponents met twice, resulting in a tie (1-1) and a Laval victory (3-0).

The winner will play in the final on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET against the winner of the other semifinal game between the Quebec City Amiral (No. 2 seed with a 8-2-2 record) and Hamilton FC Rage (No. 5 seed with a 5-5-2 record).

The Central Conference champion will then advance to the 2012 W-League Championship, which will take place the weekend of July 27-29, at the Algonquin College Sports Complex in Ottawa. It will also feature the Eastern Conference champion and the Western Conference champion. The Ottawa Fury, which finished first in the Central Conference during the regular season, will round out the final four as the host of this great advert for women’s soccer.

U-20 WORLD CUP
The Laval Comets are proud to watch many of its players head to the U20 Women’s World Cup that will be held in Japan from August 19 to September 8, 2012. Seven members of the Comets are currently in Italy until July 21 as part of the Canadian National Team training camp. The seven players are: Vanessa Legault-Cordisco, Catherine Charron-Delage, Constance de Chantal-Dumont, Kylie Davis, Sarah Robbins, Danica Wu and Nkem Ezurike.

 

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