Richmond Raiders ball carrier Ali Mohaidly makes a brief escape from North Delta Longhorn defender Matt Gross during a B.C. Juvenile Football League  game at John Oliver Park last Sunday afternoon. North Delta won 55-14 for their fourth win in as many games. The league is in its first season, playing a six-game schedule followed by a playoff. Four teams of players aged 18-20 are participating in the developmental league, which was formed by the B.C. Junior Football Conference.

Richmond Raiders ball carrier Ali Mohaidly makes a brief escape from North Delta Longhorn defender Matt Gross during a B.C. Juvenile Football League game at John Oliver Park last Sunday afternoon. North Delta won 55-14 for their fourth win in as many games. The league is in its first season, playing a six-game schedule followed by a playoff. Four teams of players aged 18-20 are participating in the developmental league, which was formed by the B.C. Junior Football Conference.

No losses for Longhorns

North Delta undefeated in inaugural season of Juvenile football

Richmond Raiders ball carrier Ali Mohaidly makes a brief escape from North Delta Longhorn defender Matt Gross during a B.C. Juvenile Football League  game at John Oliver Park last Sunday afternoon.

North Delta won 55-14 for their fourth win in as many games. The league is in its first season, playing a six-game schedule followed by a playoff. Four teams of players aged 18-20 are participating in the developmental league, which was formed by the B.C. Junior Football Conference.

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