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Falcons fly to B.C. finals

Two Abbotsford Falcons community football teams are chasing provincial championships on Sunday at Langley's McLeod Stadium.

The Falcons peewees take on a Cloverdale Cougars squad coached by B.C. Lions receiver Geroy Simon at 9:30 a.m. The Abby squad is coming off a 22-0 victory over Kelowna in the semifinals.

The Falcons bantams advanced directly to the B.C. final after winning the Valley Community Football League title two weeks ago. They face the South Delta Rams at 2 p.m.

A third Falcons group, the junior bantam Black squad, fell one game short of the final, suffering a 36-6 loss to the Coquitlam Vikings in the provincial semis.

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