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University of Victoria Jutes player Tyler Sangha, front, is wrenched to the ground by Nanaimo Hornets opponent Kiko Halaliku during a B.C. Rugby Union Island First Division match Saturday at Nanaimo’s Pioneer Park. The Hornets defeated the Jutes 55-17 for their first win of the fall season. - RACHEL STERN/The News Bulletin
University of Victoria Jutes player Tyler Sangha, front, is wrenched to the ground by Nanaimo Hornets opponent Kiko Halaliku during a B.C. Rugby Union Island First Division match Saturday at Nanaimo’s Pioneer Park. The Hornets defeated the Jutes 55-17 for their first win of the fall season.
— image credit: RACHEL STERN/The News Bulletin

University of Victoria Jutes player Tyler Sangha, front, is wrenched to the ground by Nanaimo Hornets opponent Kiko Halaliku during a B.C. Rugby Union Island First Division match Saturday at Nanaimo’s Pioneer Park. The Hornets defeated the Jutes 55-17 for their first win of the fall season.

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