Rough road trips for Raiders

Youth football teams hoping for better results this weekend at Bill Moore park

It was a rough weekend on the road for three Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football teams.

The Week 5 schedule kicked off Sept. 28 with the PeeWee Raiders losing by a touchdown to the host Ladysmith squad.

At a Sept. 29 doubleheader in North Delta, the Bantam Raiders lost 33-0 to the Longhorns and the Midget Raiders fell 47-0 to the Longhorns.

The Midget Raiders are back on the road in Week 6 as they are at Pioneer Park in Nanaimo for a 2 p.m. tilt against the WRSS Titans on Sunday.

Local football fans can enjoy a Sunday doubleheader at Bill Moore Memorial Park as the PeeWee Raiders host Nanaimo Fairview NDSS at 11 a.m. followed by the Junior Bantam Raiders against Fairview at 1 p.m.

 

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