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Raiders split with Richmond

The Kamloops Raiders traversed the Coquihalla and split a pair of B.C. Rugby Union games with Richmond on Saturday, Nov. 17.

In men’s first-division play, Kamloops (5-2) fell 15-5 to Richmond, with Grady Sjokvist scoring the Raiders’ lone try.

Tyler Wood, Jeremy Bates and Derek Demsey scored tries for Kamloops’ second-division men in a 15-5 win over Richmond.

After starting the season with four straight losses, the second-division Raiders have won two in a row, bringing their record to 2-4.

United Rugby Club of Coquitlam is hosting Kamloops on Saturday, Nov. 24.

 

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