Langley Mustangs win by walkover

The Langley Mustangs got a walkover victory on Sunday when their scheduled opponent,  Vancouver Island’s Cowichan Bulldogs, elected to forfeit the game due to an insufficient number of healthy players.  

The victory permitted the Mustangs to remain alone in second place, two points ahead of the Chilliwack Giants and North Delta Longhorns, in the fiercely contested Vancouver Mainland Football League’s bantam division.

The bonus preparation time now available should benefit the Mustangs, as the coaching staff prepares the players to challenge the league leading South Delta Rams, in back-to-back contests to determine who will finish in first place as the league heads into the playoff schedule.

The first game of the series against the Rams will take place on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at McLeod Stadium.

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