Alberni Valley News

Blacksheep come back against Kelowna in Alberni

A three-on-one on the rugby field—three Kelowna Div. 2 players against one Port Alberni Black Sheep—couldn’t keep the host team down, Saturday afternoon. The Sheep came from behind to win 26-24. The Div. 1 team also beat Kelowna, making it a clean sweep. - SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
A three-on-one on the rugby field—three Kelowna Div. 2 players against one Port Alberni Black Sheep—couldn’t keep the host team down, Saturday afternoon. The Sheep came from behind to win 26-24. The Div. 1 team also beat Kelowna, making it a clean sweep.
— image credit: SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
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