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D.C. United and Pali Blues head playoff field
July 16th, 2012 7:40PM

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[W-LEAGUE] The D.C. United Women (11-0-1) and Pali Blues (13-0-1), who finished as the W-League’s only undefeated teams, shared the regular-season championship and earned the right to host the Eastern Conference and Western Conference Championships, respectively.  The Quebec City Amiral (8-2-2) will host the Central Conference Championship. All conference play will be completed this weekend.

The Ottawa Fury has advanced to the 2012 W-League Championship as the host team. It will welcome the three conference champions July 27-29 to the Algonquin College Soccer Complex.
 
Central Conference
Semifinals
July 21 in Quebec City
Quebec City (8-2-2) vs.  Hamilton FC Rage (5-5-2)
Laval Comets (6-3-3) vs. Toronto Lady Lynx (6-5-1).
Final
July 22 in Quebec City

Eastern Conference
Semifinals
July 21 in Boyds, Md.
Charlotte Lady Eagles (9-1-2) vs. Long Island Rough Riders (9-3-0
D.C. United Women (11-0-1) vs. Virginia Beach Piranhas (6-3-3)
Final
July 22 in Boyds, Md.

Western Conference
Final
July 22 in Fullerton, Calif.
Pali Blues (13-0-1) vs. Seattle Sounders Women (10-3-1)



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