NWPL: Washington Timbers, Fuerza FC advance to playoff semifinals


Washington Timbers and Fuerza FC hosted and won their 2017 NWPL playoff matches on Saturday as the 3rd and 4th seeds advanced to play at the #1 and #2 seeds in the Semifinals this coming weekend.

Seattle and Fuerza will meet for a third time after FFC advanced to the semis with a 2-0 win over WPSS Shock on Saturday in Everett.

Fuerza FC 2-0 WPSS Shock

EVERETT, WA— Two second  half goals powered Fuerza FC over WPSS Shock 2-0 in a playoff match played Saturday night at Goddard Stadium in Everett.

The match winner for Fuerza was scored by Maria (Mona) Zaragoza in the 55th minute. The clincher came in added time on a score by Jalisa Santiago. The shutout was credited to Tahlia Miears.

Fuerza, who finished 4th in the regular season, advances to play at #1 Seattle Stars on Saturday July 22 at 6:30 PM at French Field in Kent in the NWPL Semifinals. During the regular season the clubs played twice with Seattle taking two 2-1 victories.

Timbers starting 11 against Yakima in Saturday’s playoff match.

Washington Timbers 4-0 Yakima United

VANCOUVER, WA— The Washington Timbers are new members of the NWPL this season but they are wasting no time establishing themselves as a contending side. That reputation only grows after the club posted a 4-0 win over Yakima United to advance to the Semifinals. It was 1-0 until a late flurry saw the Timbers pull away.

Photo Gallery: by Alan Moditz


Here’s a report from the Timbers:

NWPL Primary CrestThe Washington Timbers Women’s First Team had a lot of chances at goal in the first half, but were unable to finish until Jessie Ray received a ball off of a throw in, turned and struck an upper 90 shot into the back of the net shortly before the half (38th minute). Yakima United had some great attempts at goal as well, forcing the first-half keeper Lili Delgadillo to make 5 saves. Second half started with a bang with a goal from Kaili Brundage in the 47th minute. Brundage received a ball through the back line from Ellie Boon and was able to find the back of the net on a one-v-one with Yakima’s ‘keeper. Ellie Boon was able to finished the third goal for the Timbers in the 60th minute with the assist from Ellie Quercia, and the final goal was scored by Ellie Schmid with an amazing finish to end the game 4-0 off of a cross from Quercia. Center backs Rachel Bowler and Ana Delgadillo were solid in the back line allowing few shots on goal in the second half. Head coach Kat Tarr is ready for the team’s semi final game stating, “With four different scorers on the board, and some amazing attacking presence, I feel the team is starting to peak at the right moment. They are beginning to trust each other and I am very excited to see what they bring for their semi final game against Spokane.”

The Timbers, who finished 3rd in the regular season will travel to play #2 Spokane Shadow on Sunday July 23 with venue and kickoff time yet to be announced. The Shadow shut out the Timbers in Vancouver 2-0 in their only meeting this season.

EPLWA: Artesians battle before falling to first place Seattle Stars

FINAL-Artesians_logoOLYMPIA, WA—(Artesians release)  The first place Seattle Stars scored a fifth minute goal and a stoppage time goal near the end of the game to knock off the Oly Town Artesians 2-0 on Saturday evening at Wembley Field at The Evergreen State College.

In other action on Saturday around the Evergreen Premier League the title-contending Bellingham United Hammers got a late goal to edge the Spokane Shadow 3-2 in Spokane. In Ridgefield Washington Premier South Sound made sure that Vancouver Victory would not repeat as league champions as the Shock took a 2-1 win that eliminated the Victory from the title race.

Early and Late for the Stars

Aty Taylor scored the opening and what proved to be the game winning goal for the Stars on a bicycle kick from an Artesians clearance gone awry. Tyler Bjork got a piece of the clearance and was credited with an assist on a shot that happened to find the perfect angle through a seam in the Oly defense.

Bjork, the league leader in goals with 13 and scored four goals in the previous meeting between the Stars and Artesians, was held scoreless and was forced to leave the game for most of the second half with an injury. He returned to the game late, but could not get on the board thanks to a fantastic game by Oly Town center backs Collin LaBranche and Brett Stallworth. Oni Mayer also had a nice game from the back line including a handful of crosses into the box on offense that kept the Stars on their heels throughout the contest.

The Artesians came out of the gates aggressively and out shot the Stars in the first half and had more shots on goal in the second half. The two teams traded shots throughout the physical but fast paced game, but Stars keeper Carlos Rodriguez made four saves to post his third clean sheet of the season. Miles Sanchez scored the insurance goal late in stoppage time to seal the 2-0 win for Seattle.

Solid first season for Artesians

SeattleStarsFCLogo (1)Oly Town dropped to 4-5-3 with 15 points in their inaugural season in the Evergreen Premier League. Meanwhile, Seattle retook first place in the EPLWA after Bellingham United took the lead with a 3-2 win over Spokane earlier on Saturday.

The Artesians will look to finish strong with their home finale on Sunday, July 23rd. First kick against Washington Premier South Sound FC at The Evergreen State College is set for 3:00 PM. Sunday’s game is Fan Appreciation night and all youth soccer players in uniform will be admitted for free and will be invited onto the field for introductions with the teams.

Follow the Artesians all season long by visiting http://www.olytownfc.com, following them on Twitter at twitter.com/OlyTownFC, and liking them on Facebook at FB.com/OlyTownFC.

SCOREBOARD: Sounders U23 fall in BC, Shadow wins in Spokane

scoreboardTSS Rovers 3-2 Sounders U23  (PDL)

On Wednesday night July 12 the Sounders U23 traveled to Burnaby BC to take on the TSS Rovers in PDL play. The home side jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead before the Sounders made a match of it in the second half. In the end though it was Rovers who got the winner in a 3-2 triumph that knocked the U23s out of playoff contention. The Portland Timbers U23 will be in the post season along with Calgary Foothills FC.

Spokane Shadow 2-1 WPSS Shock (EPLWA)

Washington Premier South Sound FC led 1-0 at halftime on a goal from Isidro Prado-Huerta but the Shadow rallied for two of their own in the second half to claim the Evergreen Premier League victory at the Spokane Polo Grounds.

Spokane’s rally featured goals from JD Hauenstein (59th minute) and Eric Espinoza, who hit the winner on fantastic free kick in 82nd.

Seattle, Bellingham emerge from big EPLWA weekend as top contenders


The July 8-9 weekend featured five Evergreen Premier League matches. There was a little something for everyone. Early goals. Late goals. Controversial plays. Important match ups. As we catch our breath, let’s take a look back at the big weekend.

Cover photo: Nick Cashmere of Bellingham United hovers over Seattle Star Aty Taylor in a great action shot by Jon Bergman


Spokane Shadow 0-3 Yakima United

SPOKANE, WA— The weekend began with a rivalry match that goes back to the 1990’s. Yakima United (3-6-3) visited the Spokane Shadow (2-10-0) on Saturday and came back home with a big 3-0 win at Spokane Falls Stadium. The Hoppers goals came from Alex Molchan (38th minute), Ramon Ayala (70th) and Cesar Rodriguez (85th.) Jacob Rhoads recorded the shutout for Yakima.


WPSS Shock 1-1 Olympic Force

PUYALLUP, WA— It all came down to the final minutes at the WPFC Fields Complex. A tense nil-nil standoff was broken in the 85th minute when the Shock (4-4-1) took the lead on a goal from Kyle Rivers. He was on the end of a combination play set up Brandon Madsen and JJ Schmeck. Then controversy arose as the Force (3-4-4) drew level in the 89th minute. The Shock wanted a foul called for pushing their goalkeeper on the play. No call was made and the end result was a 1-1 draw. Izzy DeLuna put home the goal for the Force.


Seattle Stars 3-1 Vancouver Victory

KENT, WA—Tyler Bjork scored the opener and the eventual winner for the Stars (7-1-2)  as they grabbed a big result over the Victory at French Field on Saturday July 8. Bjork’s free kick in the 4th minute gave Seattle the lead. Vancouver (5-3-2) drew level with a penalty kick conversion from Jesse Garcia in the 52nd minute.

Bjork’s 57th minute winner was started by a long ball straight up the middle. Vancouver’s keeper Trevor Wilson came to edge of the box. Bjork got a slight touch just before the box, through the legs of the keeper. He then avoided him and walked the ball in to the goal. Alex Castillo’s goal to make it 3-1 Seattle was a diving header off of a crossbar rebound in the 72nd minute.



Bellingham United 2-0 WPSS Shock

BELLINGHAM, WA—The Hammers (6-2-2) used their heads to move to within 3 points of the top of the table on Sunday July 9 at Civic Stadium. Headers from Richard Henderson in the first half and Uriel Herrera in the second half did the trick in a 2-0 shutout of the Shock (4-4-1) . Brendan Quilici provided the perfect crosses for both goals.

The Hammers defense was led by the backline play of Nick Morgan. The shutout went to goalkeeper Bryce Logan.


Olympic Force 1-1 Oly Town Artesians

BREMERTON, WA— Kyle Witzel played his first match for the outdoor Artesians (4-4-2) and made an instant impression with a 9th minute strike for visiting Oly Town. The Force (3-4-4) came on strong late. A penalty kick conversion from Diego Aceves was part of an offensive push that created several near misses before the final whistle.

EPLWA Update: Seattle Stars lead; 4 chasers have matches in hand


Evergreen Premier League action over the June 17-18 weekend saw four matches played. The Hoppers of Yakima United played twice while Bellingham United hosted a friendly. Meanwhile contenders Seattle, WPSS and Vancouver notched wins.

(Cover photo: Seattle Stars by Tracie Fowler.)


Seattle Stars 6-1 Oly Town Artesians

KENT, WA— Tyler Bjork scored four goals as the first place Stars (6-1-1) romped over the Oly Town Artesians (2-4-1) on Saturday June 17 at French Field in Kent. Read the Artesians’ match report here. Bjork now has 11 goals on the season and  is threatening to break the league record of 14 – which he set last season with Seattle.

Seattle Stars goals: Tyler Bjork (4), Miles Sanchez, Mamadue Leigh

Oly Town Artesians goals: Surafel Wodajo (PK)

Yakima at WPSS Shock. (Dale Holdener)

WPSS Shock 5-1 Yakima United

PUYALLUP—Washington Premier South Sound (4-3-0) avenged last week’s loss in Yakima with a blowout win on Saturday over the Hoppers (2-4-2) at WPFC Fields Complex in Puyallup. JJ Schmeck scored the opening goal and assisted on two others for the Shock, who led 3-0 at halftime.

WPSS Shock goals: JJ Schmeck, Eddie Brown, Isidro Prado-Huerta, Josh Escobar, Hunter Hwang

Yakima United goals: Alex Molchan

Yakima United 4-0 Spokane Shadow

YAKIMA, WA— The Hoppers (2-4-2) were home on Sunday to host the Shadow (1-8-0) at Sozo Sportz Complex and they bounced back from Saturday’s 4-goal loss to post a 4-goal win over their traditional rivals. YUFC got off quickly with a team goal in the 3rd minute when Luis Martinez put home nicely passed goal. Just 4 minutes later it was 2-0 after Noe Meza drew a penalty kick and buried the chance afterwards. It was 3-0 before the break on a Alejandro Rodriguez rebound goal. Then Meza got a brace to complete the scoring in the 47th minute. With the loss the Spokane Shadow were mathematically eliminated from winning the EPLWA in 2017.

Yakima United goals: Noe Meza (2), Luis Martinez, Alejandro Rodriguez


Vancouver Victory 3-1 Olympic Force

RIDGEFIELD, WA—Vancouver Victory (3-1-1) played just their 5th match of the season on Sunday night at Ridgefield Stadium. The defending EPLWA Champs went down 1-0 to the Olympic Force (3-2-2) before scoring three times to earn the win. Alex Bradbury put the Force up 1-0 in the 21st minute. Vancouver grabbed the lead back before halftime with goals from Nathaniel Cheney (35th minute) and Bobby Hutchin (45th.) Both of the goals were provided on assists from Nick Ballenger. The scoring was completed in the 66th minute when Vancouver got a goal from Javier Sanchez.

Vancouver Victory goals: Nathaniel Cheney, Bobby Hutchin, Javier Sanchez

Olympic Force goals: Alex Bradbury

Bellingham United played a friendly on Father’s Day against Everett side San Antonio FC. (Jon Bergman)

Bellingham United 5-0 San Antonio FC (Friendly)

BELLINGHAM, WA— Bellingham United (4-2-1 in league play) had the weekend off from EPLWA play but matched up against Everett side San Antonio FC on Sunday at Civic Stadium. It was a 5-0 win for the Hammers. Christian Caro got a hat trick and an assist for BUFC.

Bellingham United goals: Christian Caro (3), Uriel Herrera, Christian Garcia


NWPL Update: Seattle Stars, Spokane Shadow clinch playoff spots


NWPL Primary CrestThe race for the playoffs in the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) was served a six-pack of matches over the June 17-18 weekend. The results are in for all six games but the race to the final four playoff spots is still ongoing.

The “magic number” of standings points to clinch a spot is 15. Seattle Stars (21) and Spokane Shadow (15) are in. Now those two sides will try to lock down top-two spots and first round byes.

(Cover photo: Seattle Stars and NCW Alliance take the pitch at French Field in Kent on June 17. Seattle Stars Facebook)

Fuerza wins at Union with just 11 players traveling. (Fuerza Facebook)

Twin City Union 0-1 Fuerza FC

CENTRALIA, WA— In an important match in the race for a playoff spot Fuerza FC (4-3-0) traveled with just 11 players but managed a 1-0 win at Tiger Stadium over the Twin City Union (2-5-1.) The winning goal was scored by Karin Heisen in the 12th minute.

Fuerza FC goals: Karin Heisen

Starting 11 for WPSS Shock against Yakima United. (Shock Facebook)

WPSS Shock 2-0 Yakima United

PUYALLUP, WA— Washington Premier South Sound (3-3-0) shut out the Hoppers of Yakima United (3-4-1) on Saturday at the WPFC Fields Complex. Machaela Graddy scored both Shock goals. Jenna Poland recorded the clean sheet in goal for WPSS.

WPSS goals: Machaela Graddy (2)

Alliance at Stars. (NCW Alliance Facebook)

Seattle Stars 4-0 NCW Alliance

KENT, WA— The first-place Seattle Stars (7-1-0) used a 4-goal first half to coast over the winless NCW Alliance (0-6-1) on Saturday at French Field. Lexi Krieger scored a brace while other goals came from Sunshine Soriano and Analise Miller-Wells.

Seattle Stars goals: Lexi Krieger (2), Sunshine Soriano, Analise Miller-Wells

Emily Peters scored the winner for the Force. (Force Twitter)

Fuerza FC 1-0 Olympic Force

EVERETT, WA—The Olympic Force (1-4-2) broke through for their first win of the season and kept their playoff hopes alive with a 1-0 shut out of Fuerza (4-3-0) at Goddard Stadium on Sunday. The winning goal came on a free kick from Emily Peters in the 59th minute.

Olympic Force goals: Emily Peters

Lauryn Peters scored a hat trick as the Hoppers topped Alliance FC. (YUFC Twitter)

Yakima United 5-0 NCW Alliance

YAKIMA, WA—The Hoppers (3-4-1) bounced back from Saturday’s loss at WPSS to rout NCW Alliance (0-6-1) at Sozo Sports Complex on Sunday. League leading scorer Lauryn Peters raised her total to 8 goals as she scored a hat trick for Yakima in the win. Peters also chipped in an assist.

Yakima United goals: Lauryn Peters (3), Katie Freisz, Kaley Roberts.

Union at Timbers. (Union Facebook)

Washington Timbers 3-2 Twin City Union

VANCOUVER, WA—The Washington Timbers (4-2-1) are in third place and looking playoff-bound after a tight win over Twin City Union (2-5-1) on Sunday at Harmony Sports Complex. The Timbers pulled away to a big 3-0 halftime lead before the Union came fighting back with two goals in the second half. It was 3-2 in the 53rd minute but the Timbers held the rest of the way.

Washington Timbers goals: Anyssa De Vera (2), Milla Benedetti

Twin City Union goals: Bella Brown, Leah Magee


EPLWA Update: Seattle shines, Spokane struggles


Seattle Stars top the current EPLWA table. (Tracie Fowler)

There were four matches and a postponement in the first weekend of June in the Evergreen Premier League’s 2017 season. Seattle Stars remain in first place and everyone is talking about the dismal start of the Spokane Shadow.

(Cover photo: Spokane Shadow goalkeeper Andrew Huffman.)

Seattle Stars 5-1 Spokane Shadow

KENT, WA— Seattle Stars FC (4-1-1) kept their spot on top of the Evergreen Premier League table with a comfortable 5-1 spanking of the winless Spokane Shadow (0-6-0) on Saturday June 3 at French Field.

All-time EPLWA leading scorer Tyler Bjork got two more in the match to bring his season total to 6 in 2017 (leads league) and 40 over 4 years in the EPLWA.

Spokane had no response. Their only consolation was an own goal scored for them by Seattle’s Aty Taylor.

Seattle Stars goals: Tyler Bjork (2), Mason Bochner, Pablo Gallo, Miles Sanchez.

Spokane Shadow goals: Own goal.

(Cover photo: Seattle Stars by Tracie Fowler.)

Olympic Force continues their rise with a 2-1 win at Oly Town. (Artesians Twitter)

Oly Town Artesians 1-2 Olympic Force

OLYMPIA, WA— The Olympic Force (3-1-1) continued their climb in the EPLWA with a 2-1 win over the Oly Town Artesians (2-2-1) on Saturday June 3 at The Evergreen State College. The match went on as scheduled after the previous night’s contest between the Artesians and WPSS Shock was postponed due to a bomb threat on campus.

Bennett Bugbee assisted on Colin Ralston’s opener for the Force in the 9th minute and then got the match winner with a goal of his own in the 81st. The Artesians got a penalty kick conversion from Daniele Zaccagnini in added time.

Olympic Force goals: Colin Ralston, Bennett Bugbee

Oly Town Artesians goals: Daniele Zaccagnini (PK)

Jordan Zimmerman (file photo) scored for the Shock in their win over Vancouver.

Washington Premier South Sound 2-1 Vancouver Victory

PUYALLUP, WA— Washington Premier South Sound (3-1-0) defended their home turf to hang on for a wild 2-1 win over defending EPLWA Champs Vancouver Victory (2-1-0) on Saturday June 3 at WPFC Fields Complex.

Jordan Zimmerman gave the Shock a 1-0 lead in the 27th minute off of a corner kick. Then luck evaded the Victory as they scored against themselves on an own goal in the 40th minute on a misread chip from way out.

Vancouver battled back to make it 2-1 on a goal from Nathaniel Cheney. The final stages of the  match were thrilling with chances back and forth before the Shock celebrated the final whistle.

WPSS Shock goals: Jordan Zimmerman, own goal.

Vancouver Victory goals: Nathaniel Cheney.

Bellingham United 6-1 Spokane Shadow

BELLINGHAM, WA— The Hammers of Bellingham United (3-2-1) rose up to stomp down the Spokane Shadow (0-6-0) on Sunday at Civic Stadium. Nick Cashmere and Christian Thode scored braces for the Hammers. Spokane took a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal from Javi Chavez. The home side then ran off 2 before the break and another 4 after to secure the blow out win.

Bellingham United goals: Nick Cashmere (2), Christian Thode (2), Brendan Quilici, Rene Caro.

Spokane Shadow goals: Javi Chavez


NWPL Update: Shock battling back into race


The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) saw four matches played over the June 3-4 weekend. Puyallup’s Washington Premier South Sound continued their season comeback with a big win at Twin City Union. Wenatchee side NCW Alliance suffered back-to-back blow out losses.


Washington Timbers 0-0 Olympic Force

VANCOUVER, WA— The Washington Timbers (2-2-1) and Olympic Force (0-3-2)  battled to a scoreless draw on Saturday June 3 at Harmony Sports Complex in Vancouver. The Timbers took the early momentum but were kept out of the scoring column by the goal posts and a stingy Force defense. It was the first-ever draw for the new expansion side Timbers. Dual shutouts were notched for Liliana Delgadillo (Timbers) and Ricci Weidbrecht (Force) in goal.

Fuerza FC 6-0 NCW Alliance

EVERETT, WA— Fuerza FC (2-2-0) scored six goals on NCW Alliance (0-4-1) on Saturday June 3 at Goddard Stadium in Everett. Karin Heisen netted a hat trick (3 goals) for Fuerza. Her offensive prowess was nearly matches by teammate Hannah Nicholson who chipped in a goal and two assists. It was 4-0 at the half and the home side added two more after the break for the lopsided victory.

Fuerza goals: Karin Heisen (3), Caty Miller, Hannah Nicholson, Tia Carillo.

She’s got it: Shock goalkeeper Rian Kasner grabs the ball to stop a Union attack. (David Falk)

Twin City Union 1-5 Washington Premier South Sound

CENTRALIA, WA— The WPSS Shock (2-2-0) continued to gain momentum as they put five goals past the Twin City Union (1-3-1) on Sunday June 4 at Tiger Stadium in Centralia. The visitors were up 2-0 in the 11th minute after fast-start goals from Jenna Killman and Emily Wilkins. Joslin Lindsay got the Union close at the half, 2-1. In the second half the Shock pulled away as Machaela Graddy and Dani Orellana scored before a second tally from Killman closed out the result.

WPSS goals: Jenna Killman (2), Emily Wilkins, Machaela Graddy, Dani Orellana

Twin City Union goals: Joslin Lindsay

Photo: Wenatchee World Twitter.

NCW Alliance 1-8 Spokane Shadow

WENATCHEE, WA— NCW Alliance (0-4-1) turned around a day after their 6-0 loss in Everett to play the Spokane Shadow (5-0-0) on Sunday June 4 at the Apple Bowl. The expansion home side scored a goal but surrendered 8 in a second blow out loss of the weekend.

The Shadow romped to the victory  with Meaghan Bare (Idaho State / Lake City HS) scoring in the 11th minute and again in the 26th with a one-on-one challenge with goalkeeper Katie Fowler. Marissa Mykines made it 4-0 before the break with a tally at the half-hour mark and a converted penalty seven minutes later after Morgan Crosby, who set up the opening goal of the game, was fouled in the box.
Larkin Russell struck seven minutes into the second half with Maia Angell sneaking forward and burying uncontested a cross from Tiara Pajimola two minutes later.
The hosts got on the board in the 63rd via Katie Michkiosky, but Mykines completed a hat-trick in the 75th and two minutes later Maddie Haas tallied the final goal of the match.
Spokane goals: Marissa Mykines (3), Meaghan Bare (2), Larkin Russell, Maia Angell, Maddie Haas.
NCW Alliance goals: Katie Michkiosky

Oly Town Artesians host South Sound and Olympic on Friday and Saturday

FINAL-Artesians_logoOLYMPIA, WA — (Artesians release) The second place Oly Town Artesians kick off a big weekend of soccer action in Olympia with home games on Friday, June 2nd and Saturday, June 3rd against Evergreen Premier League rivals Washington Premier South Sound FC and the Olympic Force. Friday night’s game against South Sound kicks off at 7:00 PMand Saturday’s match against the Force gets going at 4:00 PM. Both games are at Wembley Soccer Shop Field at The Evergreen State College.

The Artesians enter the weekend at 2-1-1 in their inaugural season in the EPLWA and are riding a two game winning streak. Two weeks ago, they knocked off the Spokane Shadow 2 5-0 behind two goals and an assist by Surf Wodajo and goalkeeper JJ Olson’s second clean sheet. The week before that, Oly picked up their first EPLWA win with a 1-0 defensive masterpiece in Bellingham. Olympia native and Timberline grad JT Meyer and PLU alum Wodajo lead the Artesians with two goals apiece.


South Sound FC enters Friday’s game at 2-1-0 with six points, one point behind the Artesians, and are led by Micah Wenzel and Scott Hanson with two goals each. The Shock opened their season with a 5-1 win over the first place Seattle Stars, knocked off Spokane 1-0, and then fell to Olympic 3-1 in their last game.

EPLWA Logo-07-600The Force are tied with the Artesians in points with an identical 2-1-1 record but have scored one less goal so far this season. Diego Aceves leads the Force in goals with three but will miss this weekend’s game as he tours Brazil with a select group of NCAA Division III players. Bennett Bugbee is second on the club with a pair of goals.

Tickets for both games are available now by visiting www.olytownfc.com/tickets or can be purchased at the gate. Adults are just $8, kids 5-12 are $5 and kids under 5 are free. Any kids in attendance in a soccer uniform can accompany the Artesians on the field for introductions. Gates open on Friday at 6:15 with pre-game festivities getting underway at 6:55. On Saturday, gates open at 3:15 with festivities at 3:55.

Keep up to date with the Artesians all season long by visiting www.olytownfc.com, following them on Twitter at twitter.com/OlyTownFC, and liking them on Facebook at FB.com/OlyTownFC.

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