It was the worst of times, it was the best of times, and then there was some good things and some really bad stuff, then there was weird crap. That was Saturday at Sullivan in a nutshell. It was the third time this season, to date, that the firsts and thirds were the only teams in action and this time they were at home, together.
SBAA 2nd Division Men vs Kamloops RFC – Win 25-22
With byes in 1st & 3rds (due to the collapse of Ridge Meadows) the 2nds had the entire home stage to themselves on Saturday when they hosted defending BC Second Division Champions and current first place Kamloops RFC, a team that wouldn't be out of place in First Division. The fourth place Beavers had their work cut out for them.
RUCK CANCER, and that's what the Surrey Beavers did. Saturday was glorious on many levels; 1) being the outstanding run of weather that had us bathed in sunshine, 2) being the first and only time this half that all three teams line up at home, and 3) being our cause to bring awareness to Breast Cancer and all Cancers by raising money to find a cure for a disease that has touched everyone in one way or another.