Mid-air collision

Surrey United defeats Burnaby FC in Metro Vancouver Soccer League game

  • Jan. 28, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Chris Kidd of Burnaby FC (rear) and Surrey United’s Joel Waterman collide mid-air during a Vancouver Metro Soccer League men’s game Sunday at Cloverdale Athletic Park. Surrey won the game 3-1, and is third in the Premier Division with an 11-4-2 (win-loss-tied) record, six points behnd another Surrey team, ICST Pegasus (13-3-2).

 

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