Cowichan Bulldogs receiver Evan Rhode

Tackling teamwork

The Nanaimo Redmen football team picked up jamboree wins over Cowichan, Coquitlam and Meadow Ridge on Sunday at May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park.

  • Aug. 23, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Cowichan Bulldogs receiver Evan Rhode, front left, is hit just as the ball arrives by Nanaimo Redmen opponents Riley McEachern, middle, as Taylor Saine, right, also looks to make a play. The Redmen won the shootout-style exhibition game five touchdowns to one and went on to pick up wins over Coquitlam and Meadow Ridge later that afternoon Sunday at May Richards Bennett Pioneer Park.

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