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Rams get ready for season ahead

Langley Rams’ special teams coach Kris Little watches as the offensive line (left) and defensive line get set to engage on Saturday at McLeod Athletic Park. The junior football team kicked off an intensive training camp as they ready themselves for the start of the B.C. Junior Football Conference regular season on July 26. - Alyssa O
Langley Rams’ special teams coach Kris Little watches as the offensive line (left) and defensive line get set to engage on Saturday at McLeod Athletic Park. The junior football team kicked off an intensive training camp as they ready themselves for the start of the B.C. Junior Football Conference regular season on July 26.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times

The Langley Rams  junior football team kicked off an intensive training camp as they ready themselves for the start of the B.C. Junior Football Conference regular season on July 26.

The Rams will host the Vancouver Island (VI) Raiders in the 2014 season debut. The two teams have met in the Cullen Cup championship game —the league final — the past three years with the Raiders winning the crown in 2011 and 2013.

Training camp continues this weekend for Langley at McLeod Athletic Park.

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