The Langley Rugby Club's First and Second Division players got more than a little muddy over the weekend.
The two men's teams played in severe weather conditions on their home field at Crush Crescent.
A heavy downpour turned the LRC pitch into a mud pit.
Both teams came out victorious over Kamloops teams that travelled with solid numbers for the Saturday afternoon matches.
LRC's Seconds won a tight hard fought game by a 7-0 score, with some great play from newcomers Sterling Grotzke and Scott Balzer.
In First Division play, Langley won convincingly, by a 63-3 count.
The local Firsts fielded one of their strongest sides of the year with Kolby Brezden returning to the centers where his strong running and relentless tackling stood out. He was joined by flanker Richard Pierce, who has come off a solid campaign with the Valley men's representative side that captured the McKecknie Cup (a competition going back over 100 years) in February with wins over Vancouver Island Crimson Tide and Vancouver Wave. Pierce was named Forward of the Match in both games.