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Flyhalf Parker Lodewijkx runs with the ball while scrumhalf Evan Isaac (right) runs in support in the provincial AAA Tier II bronze medal game June 4 against Terry Fox. Tweedsmuir won the game 21-15. (Photo submitted: Jamie Overgaard)

Lord Tweedsmuir wins bronze at rugby provincials

Senior boys take bronze in AAA Tier II

 

The Salish Secondary senior girls rugby team celebrates by making a “W” with their fingers after winning the gold medal June 3 in the AA Tier II provincial championship game. The girls came from behind to win the match 25-24. (Photo submitted)

Salish Secondary wins gold in senior girls rugby

Girls earn come-from-behind win

 

The Clayton Heights senior boys rugby team and coaching staff celebrate their gold medal win at the B.C. high school provincial championships June 4 in Abbotsford. (Photo submitted: Bruce Dayton)

Clayton Heights wins gold

Senior boys rugby team captures provincial AA Tier II title

 

Aiden Choi scores a try for Lord Tweedsmuir after running through several Earl Marriott defenders in the Surrey Grade 8 boys rugby championship game in May. Tweedy ultimately lost the game. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

First-time ruggers find success in Grade 8 boys rugby season

Lord Tweedsmuir squad played in city championship

Aiden Choi scores a try for Lord Tweedsmuir after running through several Earl Marriott defenders in the Surrey Grade 8 boys rugby championship game in May. Tweedy ultimately lost the game. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The Clayton Heights senior boys’ rugby team has had a successful season in its first year back after a lengthy hiatus. (Photo submitted: Bruce Dayton)

Rugby returns to Clayton Heights Secondary after lengthy hiatus

Team finds success in first season back

The Clayton Heights senior boys’ rugby team has had a successful season in its first year back after a lengthy hiatus. (Photo submitted: Bruce Dayton)
Chris Atkinson. (torontoarrows.com)

Cloverdale kid played for Toronto Arrows

Tweedy grad Chris Atkinson laced up boots for Toronto’s professional rugby team

Chris Atkinson. (torontoarrows.com)
TWU Spartan Daniel Clement rises into the air to reel in a line-out throw during a night game at Sullivan Heights Park Nov. 22, 2019. Bayside rugby director Andy Blackburn ignited some chatter in April when he once again floated the idea to change the structure of the province’s rugby season. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

OPINION: Should BC Rugby change the structure of their season?

Disjointed game schedule adds to player safety issues and participation burnout

TWU Spartan Daniel Clement rises into the air to reel in a line-out throw during a night game at Sullivan Heights Park Nov. 22, 2019. Bayside rugby director Andy Blackburn ignited some chatter in April when he once again floated the idea to change the structure of the province’s rugby season. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (in green) gather with members of the Pontypool United Rugby Football Club under the posts after their game in Pontypool, Wales, March 13. Tweedy lost the game, their first and only match on tour, but gained some valuable game experience and made some invaluable memories. (Photo: Jamie Overgaard)

Cloverdale rugby team returns home from U.K. after tour was cut short by COVID-19 crisis

Lord Tweedsmuir ruggers back home in Surrey, begin two weeks of self-isolation

The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (in green) gather with members of the Pontypool United Rugby Football Club under the posts after their game in Pontypool, Wales, March 13. Tweedy lost the game, their first and only match on tour, but gained some valuable game experience and made some invaluable memories. (Photo: Jamie Overgaard)
Earl Marriott Secondary’s senior boys rugby team – which won a provincial triple-A championship last spring – is currently in London, U.K., trying to return home to B.C. after a planned two-week trip through Europe was scuttled due to the COVID-19 virus. (Janice Croze photo)

South Surrey rugby team tries to get home from U.K. amid COVID-19 ‘chaos’

Earl Marriott Secondary senior boys rugby squad currently in London

Earl Marriott Secondary’s senior boys rugby team – which won a provincial triple-A championship last spring – is currently in London, U.K., trying to return home to B.C. after a planned two-week trip through Europe was scuttled due to the COVID-19 virus. (Janice Croze photo)
Earl Marriott gains possession of the ball during a lineout Wednesday against Handsworth. (Janice Croze photo)

Mariners advance to rugby finals after win over South Delta

Senior boys side to vie for provincial title Saturday in Abbotsford

Earl Marriott gains possession of the ball during a lineout Wednesday against Handsworth. (Janice Croze photo)
Mariners beat Handsworth, advance to B.C. rugby semifinals

Mariners beat Handsworth, advance to B.C. rugby semifinals

South Surrey senior boys team to play South Delta in provincials in Abbotsford

Mariners beat Handsworth, advance to B.C. rugby semifinals
Earl Marriott – shown here in semifinal action against R.E. Mountain Secondary last week – defeated Abbotsford’s Yale Lions 24-22 to win a Fraser Valley banner. (Janice Croze photo)

Last-second kick gives Mariners a Fraser Valley rugby win

Earl Marriott senior boys side defeats Abbotsford’s Yale Lions 24-22 in championship tilt

Earl Marriott – shown here in semifinal action against R.E. Mountain Secondary last week – defeated Abbotsford’s Yale Lions 24-22 to win a Fraser Valley banner. (Janice Croze photo)
Earl Marriott defeated R.E. Mountain in Fraser Valley semifinals last week. (Janice Croze photo)

Mariners to play Yale for Fraser Valley rugby banner

Senior boys rugby teams to rekindle rivalry on pitch in Abbotsford

Earl Marriott defeated R.E. Mountain in Fraser Valley semifinals last week. (Janice Croze photo)