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Philadelphia Independence v Atlanta Beat in photos

PSP photographer Paul Rudderow was on hand for Philadelphia Independence Sunday night’s 1–0 win over the Atlanta Beat. The Independence was kitted out in pink in support of the Puma-sponsored Project Pink. Here’s a look at what he saw. (Click on the photo for a full-size photo.)

Former Independence and Charge defender Heather Mitts being recognized for being on the US Women’s World Cup team.

Lori Lindsey being recognized for being on the US Women’s World Cup team.

Nicole Barnhart being recognized for being on the US Women’s World Cup National team.

Amy Rodriguez being recognized for being on the US Women’s World Cup team.

The Independence had a packed house at Widener University.

Atlanta Beat’s Kelly Parker played for the Canadian World Cup National Team.

Tasha Kai doesn’t want to wait for the ball to come down. She goes up to meet it.

Amy Rodriguez being chased up the wing.

Lori Lindsey working the ball through midfield.

Nikki Krzysik ran a strong defence.

Kia McNeill and Leigh Ann Robinson took care of anyone who came into the back field.

Jen Buczkowski goes up with Kacey White.

Christina DiMartino covered a lot of ground in the midfield.

Amy Rodriguez can always be found around the ball.

The stadium was packed with young soccer players.

Tasha Kai is light on her toes as she works the ball up field.

Not quite a foul yet, but it will be soon.

The Beat’s Allison Whitworth was kept busy most of the night and had a fine game.

The Independence keeper Nicole Barnhart makes the save as Kelly Parker arrives.

Amy Rodriguez earns the assist for heading the ball forward to Vero Boquete.

Vero Boquete scored her third game winning goal in four games.

Vero Boquete scores the game winning goal.

Heather Mitts with a pass into the middle.

Leigh Ann Robinson getting high in the air for the ball.

Photo essay by Paul Rudderow. To see more photos go to his Flickr page.

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