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LeClair’s goal the difference in under-15 girls’ soccer game

Summerside United keeper Kyrsten Coyle cleanly handles a high shot through traffic during a Subway P.E.I. Under-15 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game. Hannah LeClair’s goal in the 12th minute proved to be the difference as host Kensington defeated the United 1-0 at Queen Elizabeth Elementary School. Amelia Murphy recorded the shutout.
Summerside United keeper Kyrsten Coyle cleanly handles a high shot through traffic during a Subway P.E.I. Under-15 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game. Hannah LeClair’s goal in the 12th minute proved to be the difference as host Kensington defeated the United 1-0 at Queen Elizabeth Elementary School. Amelia Murphy recorded the shutout.

KENSINGTON – Hannah LeClair’s goal proved to be the difference for Kensington.

The intensity is etched on the faces of the Summerside United’s Ashlyn Pridham, left, and Kensington’s Ellen Murphy as they battle for possession of the ball. The action took place during a Subway P.E.I. Under-15 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game at Queen Elizabeth Elementary School in Kensington on Thursday night. Kensington won the contest 1-0.

LeClair scored in the 12th minute of play, and it stood up as the game-winner in a 1-0 win over the Summerside United.
The Subway P.E.I. Under-15 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game was played at Queen Elizabeth Elementary School on Thursday evening.
Amelia Murphy recorded the shutout while Kyrsten Coyle was Summerside’s keeper.

Emma Lee Lyon, right, of Kensington carries the ball up the field while being pursued by Julia Smith of the Summerside United. Kensington defeated visiting Summerside 1-0 in a Subway P.E.I. Under-15 Girls Soccer League (Premier Division) game at Queen Elizabeth Elementary School on Thursday night.

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