Kamloops beaten in rain-soaked Langley
The Kamloops Rugby Club Raiders left Langley with a bag full of wet jerseys and a bus full of bruised egos on Saturday, March 2.
Langley beat Kamloops in B.C. Rugby Union men's first-division play, 58-3, and men's second-division play, 7-0, on a muddy field, which by day's end offered little traction for the combatants.
Brandon Kicia was the only Raider to reach the scoresheet, booting one penalty kick for the first-division men, who dropped to 6-5 on the season.
The second-division men are 2-9.
Both men's teams head into a bye week and will not play again until March 16 against the UBC Thunderbirds in Vancouver.
The Raiders' next home fixture will be played at Rayleigh Rugby Park on March 23, when Seattle is in town.