CAMERON THOMPSON OF the Raiders proved a tough man to tackle in Sunday's Bantam football action at Bill Moore Memorial Park.

Raiders rocking in early-season football

Three home games this weekend allows fans to catch the excitement

Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football teams enjoyed a busy weekend.

At Bill Moore Memorial Park on Sunday, the Bantams dropped 20-12 decision to the Victoria Spartans.

Two teams travelled to Campbell River to take on the Eagles on Sunday, with the Junior Bantams winning 27-6 and the PeeWees prevailing 38-28.

“All three Raiders teams played great,” a CVRYF spokesperson said.

This weekend, all four Raiders teams are in action. The action kicks off Saturday with the PeeWees hosting Nanaimo Barsby at 11 a.m. at Bill Moore park.

There’s a doubleheader Sunday at Bill Moore when the Junior Bantams take on Nanaimo Barsby at 11 a.m. followed by the Midgets hosting the Cowichan Bulldogs at 1:30 p.m. The Bantams are on the road to take on North Surrey Tigers in a 12:30 p.m. start at Bear Creek Park.

“Bill Moore park will be busy with three home games. Come out and support your local kids in sports,” the CVRYF spokesperson added.

 

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