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Nanaimo Hornets player Brad Marshall, left, finesses a pass as Surrey Beavers opponent Ryno Jacobs tries for the tackle and Surrey’s Jamie Beaton looks for the interception. The visitors won the B.C. Rugby Union Province League 1 match 37-27 on Saturday at May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park. - RACHEL STERN/The News Bulletin
Nanaimo Hornets player Brad Marshall, left, finesses a pass as Surrey Beavers opponent Ryno Jacobs tries for the tackle and Surrey’s Jamie Beaton looks for the interception. The visitors won the B.C. Rugby Union Province League 1 match 37-27 on Saturday at May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park.
— image credit: RACHEL STERN/The News Bulletin

Nanaimo Hornets player Brad Marshall, left, finesses a pass as Surrey Beavers opponent Ryno Jacobs tries for the tackle and Surrey’s Jamie Beaton looks for the interception. The visitors won the B.C. Rugby Union Province League 1 match 37-27 on Saturday at May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park.

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