Caps, McKinnon, a wily veteran!

CW Men’s Divvies take on Capilanos at the House of Windsor at 1:00 p.m. this Saturday.  Neither team has posted a “W” to date, so the contest has the makings of a good battle.

The Premier encounter will follow when two grizzled old foes grace the pitch. Caps have a very experienced pack and their results to date are really a surprise, struggling again last week against Ravens, and going down by a score of 57 – 19. CW put in a good shift last week with a “makeshift” combination.  Hopefully, all came through unscared and ready to finish the first half with a “W”.

The ladies will have burgers for sale, with the hopes that a swollen crowd will take in both games.


FOOTNOTE – From Monday’s Musings.  We omitted to recognize that former CW player and Abbotsford stalwart, Harry Toews was in the House in the role of Coach for the Abby Women. We noted Harry and old-time teammate, Eddie Knaggs having a chinwag. Harry was a member of CW’s triple-headers BC Champs at the turn of the century.  Now that does sound old!!

                                   SUNDAY FUNDAY

CW will be hosting a plethora of V.I. Age Grade Championships on Sunday.

11:00 a.m. CW U14 Boys Vs Salish Warriors

11:30 a.m. CWU16 Boys Vs JBAA

12:45 p.m. CW U18 Girls Vs Comox Rapids

2:00 p.m. CW U18 Boys Vs Salish Warriors

Hopefully the weather holds for a great day of Junior Rugby.

Whilst with Age Grade, we offer a shout-out to U18 girls, Piper Jorgenson and Gwenn King who will be off to New Zealand with the BC Bears U18 team for the Global Youth Sevens Tournament, December 17, 18.  Best of luck to all – Gwennie and Piper especially.


                                                      A Collage of Minis – Cowichan Jamboree